Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01256
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 5, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01256
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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e lA Talk at Corner-Stone Layig Horr. be to.. 0 *Shirk .nO Negro Charged With MCrl sult On Woman
Sta,.ation Come FProm the N a-o wdme-dt udteeyh-
d n Church D Portland. t'".^ th' Near u rOldo h Lodged In Jal.

TLAMN, l. ct. .- to welcome and to suggest every In- ST. JOHNS. N. F.. Oct. -Tragedy special to The Sun. negrp was taken before Mts Merritt
get Taft ser strument by which the morals and In the Far North formed the burden ORLANDO. Fla.. Oct. 4.-ThlMs ec. for the purpose of d14tlloattion s
this ties at the esraerstone religion of the community may bo the news brought to port yesterday tion Is evicted to considerable d. *he Identified him as heo assaiant.
of the news brought to port youterda don Is exteted to p considerable de *h< ^to "*m u h ^^
of the Va Utlversaltst elevated and maintained. Not lo by the Hudson Bay Company's steam over the arrest of Ben He wa quickly brought to Orlade
in East f.to s aunday. ago I officiated at the cornerstone er "Adventure, whh arri ved with o a t o Be H l d i n to n wte county jail.
President haMOW the sliver laying of an orthodox Congregational the crew of the lost Dundee whaler ton a neuro who is car ed with Hamilton we ld have andoubtedly
and worked id to se that church In Washington. Then I ap- .Prdox," and the story of an Ekl. criminal asaukt upon Mi mil Mer boee lynched had the an ry tiseas
ne was proe a W d. peared In the pulpit of a Jewish tab- mo, who driven to a eanlbalin by ritt at Lockhart, a vIl located of the tkHart and adje tet
P reslden t i -to his va- ernacle at Pittaburg. But a few days s owvatho, te. o caildi s e ar Orlaudo, on Saturday afternoon tory found him, they hbavig beosam
church eutc d In con* ao I helped to lay the cornerstone The "Paradox," one of the fleet of The victim of this heinous cwe m au wrought up over the ertmi
said: of a Catholic Institution at Helena, whalers, met the fate of her compa says the egro came to her hones bt the ofietrs unted the man to .
church ste lbs eaoutry, how- Mont.. ion ship,. "Snowdrop," when she was while she was alone, ebhoked prison so short a tim that there
humble It n t bie, presaches "And now It is my great pleasure crushed in the Ice floes off Baan her Into insensibility, and after was no ohas fotr a mt to get ta Ito
rine of gt el ty, will h at earnest t sup. cornerstone of this Universalist crew, with scanty provisions, made the floor of the room in as uncon were aware that the right party had
make it i nas uential when- church, which, like my own, the UnI- their way over the broken toe toward eiOQus condition. She remained In ben apprehended.
opportunity ots. tarian church, Is known as a liberal the mainland, and were picked up by this oonditon until the arrival of her This was the second time that MUN
President's ta lt at 10:10 p. one. the steamer. brother, some time later, when an Merritt has fallen vtielU to sneh
er the othr PO it for Sao. "I am always glad to be present The Hudson Bay mounted police re- Jlarm was given. Officers at Or. outrage, aI a white man was tried 4
to, Cal. ) at such occasions as these, f-or I be- port throu dispatceb brought by ulando were noted, a posse was for a similar offense upon her a law
Taft attended t 6 h morning Hovee the cornerstone of modern eivl- the "Adventure." the cannibalism of 'Wrmed, and after scourlng the woods yease ago, but was aMeitted.
ces at the Int A ItalHIMa churh lisation must continue to be religion the starving Eskimo. The man's fsh- all of Saturday nlsht and Runday Mim Merritt so t l y1 B r yns
)rtland and iUtened to & sermon and morality." Ing and hunting seaso had been a morning, Hamilton was arrested at of age and delicate.
v. W. 0. Mot, Jr. Afterwards The President told some of hia 1 failure, and driven ma by hunser, he PPh a about noon yesterday. The .. = i. BURT&. '
s the guest of boi at a lach- perlences with the Catholic Church cut the threat of one al hls children F .
tendered by' SeatjW 'our. In the Philipplnes and then said that aid then ate the little victim
the early t0 tlhe lres- on the occasion of his visit to Rome When the man's neighbors learned No
visited St. Mary- onlman Cath. he ventured to say to the Pope that f the horrible crime they attacked
school and made *'eo4lmnuto while In America the sentiment was him according to the primitive law a e
as to the school i lhIn strong for the separation of Church f their race. The outCast b at of
be declared that loyalty to the and State, there was nothing In the ll assaults, shot down several of the
Wh meant fidelity to o 7ory. American Government or American attacking party and escaped Into ay to D eath W it9 S 14
e line of .,ageh (pr.l.14 by lpePk that opposed Mbe Church or dI wildernesss, His fate t unknown.
residential pft. to mast Port- its highest development: that In no ._ ..._ .e
was crowded and there was European country had the Catholic 'when there is less bitterness of do. A .negro at Cochran's still, near St. rence, got a promise from the mother
ing all along the'way. At the Church flourished as It had In Amer- aoninational dispute. and that no mat. Teresa. on Ftriday of last weok, bsWa ihat she would not tell aso 1e how
rstone laying be at-d, lea; that In this country the Catho- ter what creed we ma0 follow, the it' seven-month.olid baby to death the child met its death, and to this
Cornerstone ermon. lie Church received from the Gov- hurche are besginnin to realize that with a trap boranai thi h aby anno) way she oaved hee b lf from fati a
don't know that yone qu ernment and State officials only that hey must stand shoulder to shoul f vltim to bloodlusi t of The brt .,
the propriety ot my lf m y olhere treatment accorded to every other ler In the cointet for righteousness; d etn by utnh h. wh ou she called husband. bep
officiating on seeh an occasion denomination. hat% et all stand for the fatherhood Witn-.ses declare that the father from the rlutches of tbe .mrd is,. or that an expastion of ay A Time of Toleration. of God and the brotherhood of man. 'Icked the child up from the floor she told anve of the turpeallme o p
iue, It wr lylas, held It In one of t ld me der
in called for. But I want to say think we have reached the timn I am sat optimist. I believe we t vhre It was lying. hld It in one of te brutal murder sad thesu .'
I believe It to be the duty of when the churches are growing to are much better today than w' were bs t et i| a r arw lmi '
President of these Usnte Ither," continued the President, fifty year ago. man by an. Itrap. lie thten dropped the body to the hands of the pe)loe living is tie'
elie ar we arm more altrn ti and be floor, and ilmially kicked it info nehblorhood.
lort i r f lwman the vYrd. The mother ran to the llt- Complaint of the murder w ea
oan we havte been at any time In tiequlverdag body and picked it up. made to Just nthe at Caume
Ithe last .Ifty yearn. Of course o Ads sh be held it to her breast she belle sad he i rarMart of al
----I ehear from time to time of Itane discov wed that life was eatit. rest which was dly s ad the i
p" snelfshness a d- gr-d, but t only--
dB lHyr A an d if : Tme fatold sdere thret.! to lilll tma S M elll oed t al tA
Lile reasnth. utane aregives herIf she told sa of Ow t e u im
emis to End His them the mor and beye thatl
,-' callinga attention to them they will i:
I 'nsaseola Joura of Sunday to the pole statilo, the poslon be ma more and mo nfry.uKtue.
taken from him and a formal charge "No church In his country. Kow-
lamining that hi manager had do- of disorderly conduct docketed ever humble It aYby be. which
and lebf hi ad i&s mates against him to keep him in custody. preaches the rise of true religion
ded many iles from home and "#Asked the reason for hisle action. and true morality, will lark my earOnMB ) l l-i
strange tow, Wl tar i Oley. a the saferer said that the tam'a st support to make R moreIsm -l2
x-r of the Indi baseball team meager had left the city. vi 1 ev opportunity oBRISTO TT 6et. 4.-To peln o sra' wiitoh ep eturt Mtdelte
b Played a amber t gaime wtb embers of the organalation without P.rsh iet aietas wa y . t Tueaimu ht 4of. BrTo eo deis g d egal aWte thea t lols *If t
I and soldier 1y8es. m rerap bds. t e said moey was eong ihet biln w..l.agt...wa y val tye s e ldls T es "l hagl wol bst o do. islt Jly whth e woren by thes
" 'hat ws saM lto have be as to but he bad .ot receIved ote foerte sme vl, wh h is d l t w Juhb
pt upoS his lIfe, by (ghig Ml "Chitf Sanders of the polie was Pras a 1 peak oy dr ~am tree the lwet" or Vrat 'w eat'of t eee of
SThree b n of sh e.- ..d at I o'clock yesterday afternoon o the il, R- orer T d. the oma to the Vtelt
'.rt. iale fr him t bit to wire sad stop the alleged Selitg -- Sh wlw top-e a elmtma g tthe ul ty. to Msld wrigd of whis.
>d hald ha ta|| r H l MUMgW helg thte place at lo. DROUTH AFFECTING CROPL o 0 Io druekheeme and deluees bey., bht sad Uther MMast spito
nfBed ~to havi. U te w. As that wae beyouead the bert. .* r d Statatel -rt we
" emantiy. inN . ltisdistie. be referred tbe pgartiet egm met tb rauasd o a isAgrp Whtt. the '3 e aM he raiMe
aht be hen tig ft tee ^ a as the aoret.e -ed to Cened erable fbtct sees s the r lewb e fSe Mr bet wasseuk
!"urth a- *towing toe. Wh-n Ourtoy wa with the ladiass wbea W. N RBitch of slata rto' ess. This of t rat e erst to gin' the V)lgiata u*fy vii in e Wto I c
1 h. was 1h 1,a theialdemt thel geyed (heo Oak ia4li in this rity. tbority for the imformtlotk that th sa eo toh resd utiatl pa e a *t mtalm e haes Sge
Ir'lt oS We~utSrvUp S'i ste ab uh a sad was one of drouth In gretly aiedti crg to e far d N f-k-** IM takes of Mt pses M y that the e shtaMd
ing meh .. .. th best paoyrs the uem. 'th northern part of the em*ty. em the sabas o the Virgi ia be toe, ed stoes, ,M. pe- of the
--He stated to the reporter on Mo h-lf o f it., -e'se rw *Iw pe- e *.

ISKAPS AheAT Iavftdy ws ua4-m W Ii
ATtoes wore suue"11 as araw* ww .in n -ra- -
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Of Me th ,UtN4dry we*amer nds AN12 urn wi WV IWI W
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*M..-a to of i It uterly impossible to VC fat Wr0
tie a ooable area of bad d Gens stared COMP Is witherinM S w A IM JSg f t, go. Qs t 4& #W e d W @ I 1

! ~The W. tAW &W Ilt"11 the "am 0" on A tt *C tho W" &wow v" MW WW W 006L Os 4 e wor
Uree 'S g -t talas three dying -s arest c the eIsIed W t 0? O
WrywowsVhPi POW"d tothe Ouf't evqrfwes48M MO P11uierbi"CONS ml6
Sl't a in le the te dry We eu V
olig -I heS~ed blk ~bjii~: tdo it. Tasks Setoig momeed. esas s lo.ar.lAw to N ue. j I hW lowis
Aftf ~. tilM 0 %n6 11Ay. rio beadle, of two et o h'A* b Is ike. pa pmpaeW, wbe was he Ow wTheoqWe a *w
6M,9 *0f a ,.. t&"O-t @* AfW of t" Ge ad f -1 ooa tetko w a tf
cabheUsui4 pew S a t;1. 0"Pa. beidto"e tba har wedwow a
""endin ww 4 bomus, buii~ rt auGPCow.mpaa? have hOWNsWew ed" OaneM tD Msao dow nises vo wp do* O Oead p Sh Wu pbs
,Wmdkr -4 timso SMlk-. `1 1-ft &MCAMW IS UA pW l 110 W folr rump a" "M ohm e 4W "M "d own ow pow 4t n I !
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A t Baid HaniarCto. o SANI
S- Dr. J. ,A H s, the msoedio* .
LL ADLY USES UPnly high and onl yt au
4o" I NsGo to en large and u nrtishs om o
6 roonts an donsect them with
k .Stad grade Cut-,m. .P to a
Sr i e r NWil Proa T tur t er t provement, and whe i tbo
SWPnery- thethat e oompiked it Is believed tl. ",1"
Over to County. be as co mfortabl4 and bandeo W'
stays s harp c a md sIn any anitarhia l

i ttred Iin the northwestern nr of satiacto l Trade can Induce the A. C. LT iii0; ,
the city Saturday night, when Will .I I to allow stopover privileges
Stroble a well-known negro back- asortment of [t ithrouetso r. i thig ws
Sman, slshed OCha. Olst, another neo ny of the Invalid# frotS t, .o 'Nothe
ro, and the Injured man is reported yVCS, V g c who now so tprier Sot, wou '
Sto be in a seous condition, while pay a visit to the Sanltatum
the negro that did the work is held an Meat K Ves tO Anticipating cooler weath te -a
without l. i Sanitarium is hLaglg Mvor l g
The case came up on the Mayor's sea t from. : : ; loads of wood diTered o th
k7 4 et Monday morning, but as the grounds. i
Injured egro was unable to appear During 'the past reveal e
at "ourt, and the nature of the case many slck ople frola th
wa s grve, Mayor Davis took the T OLS? Ing towns bave ole rot, t
r matter under advisement and will tarlum ot. treatment, amd la aln t s
T ry likely turn Stroble over to the Yes, We hae them, every instice tey ar.have "a'
SCounty authorities at once. ed to return tothefr brds l
r here and ad accompanied a wo. The ladles of the city are id
si a home who lives near the section nakes. Take a look i t f of flower are always p. K ,
on the A. C. L, and wa makk a re k a ated
alp t the time the attack was f M, lod t a of Newber7r ye- erm
de upon him by the other party, at ourf sOW WinUows F urg l patient., recovered ,
who run him out of the room and at.- t. and retuOl to his hoeme. a o '
Steer getting bhim on the railroad, sueo. a w yOu Clareneo Malphars O t Monteooha, l. |
needed In making four ugy ashes j who was brought to the anitarium
tomach being out Intthe otofAsaver* tttAUiT of
(al his person, his arms, back and Inthe mldst of a severe attack of
S tomayh beinw outw.- fever, ba revere and left for- his :
Dr. Ayer, who was r summoned ast act home a few days since. '
ter the man had traveled a distance WALDO NOTES. Arch MKeKinon was enabled to re*
14( about a mile to another house, .-..- turn to his h6me at Palatka i st -' Lie.
Stated that the wounds were not ne- WALDO, Oct. 4.-Mr. and Mrs. week. -
SMssarily fatal, but were dangerous. Harvard returned from their trip Mrs. H. A. Bailey of Hawthorn was Do,
O aad that the party had lost consider. North, on which they took in the a patient aDadn lat week.
| ble blood before he reached him. Hudson-Fulton Celebration and Wash. D. B. Zetrouer ,of Rooeelle, a re- ,
It required something over thirty gton city, ,with other Interesting cent surgcal patient, was well
toahes to sew up the wounds, the points. enough to leave the Sanitarium a few
Sbeionst and most serious one being N. C. Pettit has for a few days had days since.
'rom his side across his stomach, and malarial ever and is quite slick. His C. F. Fountala of Raleigh is Im-
Sflly fifteen lohes In length. His numerous friends are quite solicitous proving rapidly.
Muscles were also cut and the doe. as to his attack. Mrs. B. M. Leverett has returned
itcr is of the opinion that the weapon D. A. Denmark has removed from to her home at Worthington Springs. ,
4'w a raser instead of a pocket Starke bre and has employment on Mrs. J. W. Thompkins of Worthing.
ifeal. the 8. L. railroad. ton Springs has Improved rapidly N
i Handy Hughes, who was apparent A. J. Bowen, now of Tampa, has and will not have to remain at the
S as handy wlth his hands as hissold hip place near Millican's still Sanitarium more than a few :dsay Staple ar
tame implles, was handed 95 an to J. Strickland, who has been rent- longer. Mr. and Mrs. Thompklna
e, est for slapping a woman on the tugn ad living on it for a year or are the -proprietors of the popular Gratq, G
, teets Saturday night more. Hotel Worthlngton, and the many
The former ease will be called ,Qriando Weeks has been thrown patrons of that well-known resort SOUTH 010, *Q UA
1aaln this morMing, provided the In. off duty for several days by the mls. will be glad to know of he speedy .ee m otre
ur" e negro la able to attend court fortune of sawing his thumb. His new recovery from a severe Hllnees. ( .
Sad In the meantime Mayor Davi arboer shop between Strickland's C, M. MQuarrie, of the University A rpnlstb o
Swill have decided whether or not block and the Untensa billdlng is Experiment Station. has recovered A 0u Meisl o a
Lo torn the casm over to the county. about completed and be will move from an attack fever and resumed N eadest Ptsa
U --N--E-- from the old stand. his duties with the University. _at-_MGM
1, .DUCATIONAL CONPCRENCB. The Conuftederate veterans were *
pleased to receive their vouchers for FOR CITY MARSHAL.
Galnesville. Fla., Oct. 4, 1909. pensions under the new law. Justice -
To the Citisens of Gainesville: Tilli fills out their pape ree o T e Votersof the City of Gaines-
Th plan for an educational cam charge, which much appreciated e A election h a n I
paign in Florida have been definitely The public school has opened un. called on Tuesday, October 19, fior on h a
settled and the purpose clearly and der most favorable ausplces the election of a Marshal to Bucceed
distinctly stated In the propaganda Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Cauthen are at Ben T Arnow realsned I beg to
endorsed by the Conference for Fargo. Ga., near where his shlngle annoce oth I will be a candidates.
cation at Jacksonville, September 4th. mill is located. for that office, and ask the support
The movement is a part of an edu. Mrs. J. R. Wllkerson, Mrs. W. C. of my friends. Beln tho-oughly ex-
a utional renaissance. It means to Hicks and Missl Daisy Hicks attended perienoed along the line of pole
" "banlsh Ilnorance and replace It wlth the Sunday school and Bpworth work, which been gaed by a
: I tltelligence; provide faecllltles. for League institute at Wllliston and re- pre tal experience, and being now
Education and compel the use of such port an interestlng occasIon. at M aral, If my acting in thi
ScheltitleY to create such standards Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams, who cpity me yu approve i
Sof lntellence as will make ignorance sold out their merentlle business your votes to be continue ofic. v-
p cetonsclous discredit, not to say di- some time ago. will build a brick Sincerely, HARRY L. OWENS.
Ua irce." store and resume business soon. 4-
When you study the opportunities B. A. Turner's store, closed by the .r..... ........ ..... y
Sof ufulness this movement affords, sheriff, 1is sellia out at bankrupt _id rCty arsa..l..at. th. e a.
your responsibility as a servant ot sale at reatly reduced price.. This e. ite Marshal ato t p
m the community and your work for pub. sale is a windfall to small purses. 1h. aion t re u tl Phone 15
lie utility. I do not believe we need Conductor W. T. -c-ewn and tam- lta ra oi t he peon
make a meoond appeal for your good iy. who have bees away tor moths. .. ..

respectfully 161telt the Tot" of my
will and loyal assiLtanOe, have returned MW are domldiled In ..'... .' .e .tes o ecIm
All that we ask of you at present the large rematdenc lately renovated Iolw om taeo, plremsg if elected,
is that you urge every man, woman and repainted by Renault. This ooto f aOrf. G d e t- oice
sad child In a radius of ten miles estUable aSily are wenoomd bede withat fa o. r vo ie e y L elrl
at your home to attend the Mduca. Mrs. A. M. Atwater 1 Iweelag a ppt, ad y wll Mever have t
S onal Rally to be held it Gainesville oongraulationss upon her appoint- a re ret I ,s
"o October 8th; request the ministers meant as postmistrees, seeelf her CHAIL M. DELL .
to speak a few words In behalf tof te hWubantd. ----_ _
the movement from their pulpits. an Bilious? FPel heavy after dinner?
ask the local papers to give It TPe PrvfrllnMs W d AU"Tple xioe ated? Bitter taste? Caking
prominence in the editorial columns: wMakl n plex.dLuDoans Regulet u reed bilious at
The primary objects of the camw .w r ""e.. -tryiksM Itacks. 5 c D ean ts Reat any drug store. at-
paign are to awaken Interest In public S centsfar e d uces MA M
education. to devise ways and means
of supplying the schools with proper th hp r eye n t"e want aa
apparatus and Ilbraries, to ftrcw the and be oeats at drg es g advert ised
S incompetent teacher to seek other wh-eh is of tate s to yo.
means of obtaining a livelihood and S1 yo trUteal its asItM "I tht --*- _tba_
to make Florida. eduationally. rank &m a yur hm m t tf atM Thie beet place to buy yor good
first tIn the Bouthern states. dMes be soM dto oesn wh Is a" Is at the store which tavitesa yo to
I trust yeo will give the educational ne-,l Nku jn -e eaom through a ad. ton Te n.
workers who will visit rao on October<
8th at 8 p. m.. a large autence.
B +. Very respecttflt.'t.,tey. t
B oGEORGo M. LYNCH. "p. r6 d OS e"re Coiw rll
eral Manager Plorida Ma t M-_ ..
oteNal Campaign. a ale m r D w t Cg ar ,H|
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t the i Micanopy are
erming k1 01forth i the
erinn istheIn the
of t.he. Q teiv Mon-
Y t' u ton, bu.
tended he Atlantic
were l- S In Micanopy's

ey have itently "hammer-
way" at thetb.:tan, service and
aged to 5 tle running of
SNoL0 Into that place,
des the, ,Ctt+ tt not satisfied
asked that NO 89 and 40 be
on the tplar" schedule into
place; andU t ably these trains, doubtless cause them to lose some
any others thtorere placed on travel over their road if they had this
be company to t Into Micanopy, to contend with.%
h meant t1 fhe were to have ____
thing tha pased the Junction. HAS HANDSOME OFFICES.
is matter we taken before the
Road CommiIoII an"d they asked Dr. Waldo Is Now Located on East
.SuperilntEItt ItddleS of the Side of the Square.
Line ohem and the
e at that M da to The handsome new offices of Dr.
purpose o a tf ri at ome set. Geo. 8. Waldo, located on the east
ent of t gae, a it n ow stands side of the square, in the Broome
lent of th & m a It now stands
which Ol0gh or"e beneficial to building, have about been completed
interest 0 ,@p *ntmed. and the Doctor is now comfortably lo-
t wer eso t et the reu cated in his new place of business.
t was Mians M tt the request To say that he has among the
the MicapoW t iss couldhd .oe handsomest offices to be found In the
be compiled with, and another State mildly expresses It, for here
element tis WoW prOJect whith lone will find all of the latest in
g ive theb eralelon with all modern dentistry, he having especial.
in.s, carrying mall I and out from
Junction, as well as express and ly fitted up the quarters for the re-
J ception of furniture and #xtures which
sene. were specially ordered for the place.
Whilepoithlng desBate along this Everything in the offices is l4de o0n
e has. een settled upon, it is under- a sanitary basis, the cabinets, work
od that a peal ne and train tables and the like being antiseptic
11 be placed eotmlaio between and made from pressed steel, hand-
canopy, Taooma and the JuncUtion somely enameled. Everything I6
meet all paaawer trains If the thoroughly sterilladd and made of
tronage warrants, bad it In more porcelain and glass.- and' removabr i
Probable that tWis method will from all of the trays and drawers.
resorted to la order to place this His antiseptic cabinet, sterlier.
rvice in efect and give It a trial, bracket table, work bench, compress-
The running of the regular trains ed air tank, and numerous other I~te
and out of Micanopy onsume appliances are only a feq of the ad)
great deal of time on the regular vantages he hasa in his new place.
hedule, and the first etlon would The rooms are handsomely finished,
the reception room being In white and
buff, with mission furniture, while tht
Operating and extracting rooms are
New L nished in white with gold trimming
Another new feature Is the private
dressing and lounging room for ladies.
S. and in all the place is one of the

SM T prettiest in the State.

81ince its Introduction Iste the Unl-
aU mmeld uns ted States, the sales of Paristan Bage
| SS have been phenomenal. This suocela
has led to many imltatkos simila I
name. Look out for them. they are
not the genuine. See that the girl
Tle Smith GunS newer with the auburn hair is on every park,
he mith Ga n ever You can always. get the genuine
shoot loose and are O a, W M. Johnson's.
S*Parisian Sage is the quickest acting
guaranteed. It's lock areO and most effelent hair tonic In the
S l d world.
so simple and strong, take n i r ade to conform to Dr. anger.
11 m a. bond's (of Paris) proven theory that
up all wear uomatically. dandruff, talls hair, baldness and

This gun is d~uIiowivdy a
top-action gun; thostensth
oif the bolt amg t6 wmrk-
able siin 2e te lok
arefets for *hi&b It h~s

00'F. Glob, widhat

W- .W7a

scalp Itoa re t caused by gerns.
Paristan age itlls these dandruff
earss and removes all trace of da-
trff Ia two weeks; It Atop falling
hair mad itching scalp and prevents

Aad reomsmwr that baldo e Is
wdby d4adrff germs. those little
a14 lg. persiaamt devils that
W -kd mIght do nothing but dig late
the rets of the har and destroy ts

Parlmae tis a datdly pertMed
tr. ~irsdg; -t sticky or greasy.
o y w *ma who deirers Ni rartm
i e a Bl I iM r as et It in tw
w ee byW aIg I.
t o Sg talstedms,b look for the

a~W nt 0. Sabtuw oar bali or?
k eol -ma-m a W w sW

bag" b&iae verAmWrWe

is, by 061Me ha. COa
n pt a li o baealo.

GL. ad
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All the Offices of Old Building Cut
Off and Will Be Torn

The old freight depot of the Sea-
board which has stood the usage of
Gainesville for the past several years
is now being removed to a point about
twenty feet north of its former posi-
tion, where It will be converted Into
a practically new building.
The place that was uied as a pas-
senger station and ticket office har
been cut away from the old building
and left to stand there until they can,
get into their new office., when this
will also be torn away.
Carpenters who have been at work
)n this structure for the past number
)f weeks state that It will now be
only a short while before the same
will be completed, as they have smu
needed In placing all of the heavy
timber under the building and have
started the work of moving.
It will be pulled in an easterly di.
reaction about forty feet in addition tr
being placed further north, and hi
order to give, the required street room
It was necessary to remove the large
oil tanks of the Standard Oil Corn.

The passenger statlod will be com-
pleted ad soon as this building has
been joined onto the new structure,
and It has made a noticeable change,
and at the same time greatly ltereas-
ed the facilities of the Seaboard for
-he handling of Its paMsengors and
The Saird Theatre.
The performance at the Ilaird Theu.
tre last evening was a highly pleas
Ing one and the place was greeted
with another good huse. which
shows that the people are please
with the efforts of the management
in offering vaudeville. Mr. Sehadrtek,
who will be mwr for te rMt three
nights of the week. Is a higb-alarted
man amd haM never bte dre e bem ser
*d in small places iUk* Glat vMe.
Every effort will be IPS frth 'to
make the plat e of the meSt lt-
tractive ever coodected in th e ty
if it receIves the patroale.

lightly CMer Wihs eMw.
Whee yo MWee that kid of wetherW
forest you kaow that rbtestim
weather is at head. Oet eey fr
it aow by gttU a boUttle If aI
Seow UslmeaL Fintet ta"s ide
for rbmuatism. ebuMtal. b04 Mbte,
soW sad stiff costs ad msesle.s, all
aese" and palsa. I~. s1 a"d 9iM a
bottle. old by W. M. Jelo s.


The wmw TwIar m"". th ld
pbo cc A 0 W "p of a
at Lacm'I=* Irv Swaft Now

wI stdy be rrwi Il b aw
idaaa f thme g"W" am ft da um "
st do wb6M wNIN wge

th epstla eI &. -l hoe e ~
Dn't -ON am 00 4 h1 -*
STwhb so an*&so-
ho"e boomwedOr twi"0mw


. Wa

U M lU- "" e au 1 Big runl IRUWl

antic Store.

white Led
y Pafter TradNe Mark) ---- _
inseed oil and you will lose
ic end than the paint would .
s not pay n o We areo offer b
r our Painting gains the corning week
Smany facludes de- t prices never before
mes. equaled in Gainesville.

L.EAD COMPANY Look through the
Away,ew Y6w k Y locals-read, our ad;.
and be convincee--*
then see If you are
willing to take adva-
VETERAN .''Ni.. age of these prime.
S- NG .We merely mu tioa
lect Delegates to Annual State Re while passi along
union at Live Oak.
A meetlpg of Stonewall Camp. U. the road ofl os ty
C. V., was held in this city Monday, a few o! thb many
which was largely attended by nmo% ba.ilnU whih yot
bers from all sections of the county. .
The meeting was called for thp pur. would do well to con-
iose of selecting delegates to the sider before buying
State reunion at Live Oak, which will elsewhere. L o o k
be hold in that city on October 1 elsewhere. Look
and 21. when a large gathering of the through the eamt ado
"old boys In blue" are expected to be vertiaing m e d i u m
The titisen. of Live Oak have rals. (The Bun) for our
ed a special fund and propose to take bargain ads. and be
care of them In grand style durtg one mog the mW
these two days, and the following
delegates and alternate, were chosen Of our satisfied cues
to represent Stonewall Camp: Ho. ttoiers.
ratio Davis and R. B. Weeks;: altern
ate. L. W. Jackson and B. P. Will.
ams. Fmik
imperfect Dieato n
Mas Iess nutrition and In Iome

quenoe sM viimy. wan Me iver
falls to serete bile, the blood acomese
loaded with bilious properties thu di.
getlon. becomes Impaired and the
bowels costipated. Herbrlne will
retify this: It gives tone to the stom.
ch. liver and kidneys, strengthens the
appetite, clears .ad Improves the oem.
plexion, infuses new life and vigor to
the whole system. 60 cents a bottle.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Entertainment Postponed.
The entertainment of the ilarase
and Philathes classes at the White
House has been postponed until a
aterr date, which will i mentioned
n d 6'!* time.

Dr. mWao,


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mwn weu~sawe" as a"VN sa" m0449"
to be eam0ferta l beeSS tOW oe"sNNW
*NIMBI tremblhae b ee bsm bMs
Was"nosowoSwepsmOb Dr. A olane
Itha" *tb waswalmais wo w P
wntohimmlsses* a bulb mpasse
mm mht2qNopa "bVETERIUNA R IA
spie, i up" I" suftebltk wtha"sts emde@
bwyw datelthe u"Um orebe to tu
~~Z am X ? ~ of su iaHole$. a(uwuml
stieN$0. Uma a I s a rowis em r.77

It iv.WlI' 5a"be seawlm am. li bywe@-


Koms Klankiab

too/. W. Usmain se ~

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esonmias sa or emlag46W "ndL&
MWe FSks Ce000M beei atantlMO
Oive 0 mm* at and gUWp hudi
work SawoO .-.

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S"7j don ei P b ,m !L

d& cSbkn at We lvear n tnrads
S.t. .t rkws na the io but thme to, teyha noled swp
a''"'i "ia' Mte an t ro, u im bawm t i tW1w aOW n gBOe v 60 -a

SD. a aeM Phe, thmaie ih n mavigatia oro, counitshould haveJ0t
PON it.a W,."u a,
e ttradsl Mlppaon sral b.ehig Ophes*t t mae l ad Itheo9eed
_lt eitf twibmup the'rierp tfk tae arer positive that twel o tn o
littio ,v^x'aft11
zt. i000Sn Cmpoile3 18 o W' bemui hi n.-me, anisd ltimoto Io tor do Is taoelo
Bs E4 tan&e a the sCerd iri hted onalaokers with the ro18ts theyh ili d
'e '- onL" them :~ br XMV w w

W w ne oe . Te pkho s by his itt orgt a,-,ae tm ad.
.Onehas but to nortrast the ft tC atiig a mh. m ee, a

dl. s o Dlyttesesilocal ovlamn 10 "enta s been made. ACld dp araduWy. Apt b
aebtC v A#'Oft" by Wie : V I5*bm with the magllld rOtd, tghehads ma
or 5114byto a pIt .1 coa lies oh now Or the same nas msd.w&ill =asr the36d

Sea "the re s o the ndborhood J ustl r "o 11-4 1p

fr for* b*y*e .unrtOu tht no pl or t rive to to be e ct ci amoer o
tt st asbuft at the ei t .--n da
I edtrhe oti oe In coo.l 0 mm 1 ceft develop gradually. A sphtb" 9

Sal the wk, lal, te a dd e Hde rth- ai e thee r ds mal be
S. wi b s alled, poate r, p at.my t the sa neow d. road, a there arit locatlesw
Weta.. e tat, f~ S t asnob phe .AtQlI heas lg so Ved eop. ach 0 them will be the beets o a
-P-d1J-.--son -eves tanr pereer has reid reunde of oe dBeaut we cat nnot cover or o04n

U All 4versl bltl iome due after yo te s*rdg dn wh tcoe l C w tone
r the W6er lo6lt. e ad A"mE Hudson d hs ,crew' b venturing give themovrt ol sMr to ,

s, ld a i l be lUed postage free, o lh
anyPart of theUntwe S wa Iatefor $i.0raMtical yl into tlif unknown with ditch
s:u ra &&a c Poo fwll d the hope Ort11 Iv macadam i o fotewap

4| .. i n i w i rurd to a eeSOvm i. a ofn, 't wait for It. hGtsi athrng
AU evestlla inlls become. AdOuew, c rt lai to tiot that the sme Ate longh a(N. C.)r

rt appim o e poamel by t mo nte unl oes' net ty nd perti ei
tharw ite oult cot Le r gratefully n tmh the oLPaonf
Id us wi treieo borend a ored to et.ual o e t let oneti it
I Jan from wat oer of the e Ari to on

srd vnt Ares Ut cs eeri ng to epler tafe.t h stra mfe al blonde numereas. chgeIof
b ii b es o t smot overwhet b odd men cofunertainty and Pel ceion
S.wbwo.ose f e lt. w ats ar o gra tefully ith the augurh n of rm, relie
Jd In ll tfr hat ae om f reebered ua nPoee d to nqual Go adn marked by at ed one

( How will J "m th -w * 7 ^l of uemor of an lmpmendln third Interu
beaten to lsra at the f rners ton ote tentative nsurtorection, mrep o of rab

tbasia to ryoos atllbotor oon te stor o olne i, w trTle mental blnd-er numerous c"a se of

t ; -'.-h i t WMifltl, I wII bn d w ll h wt o In i e tob s. -i w h i h f .. . .. J
:lw o on t o e th talart l most- ov oierb lt odd, corruptimi, sritanh onnbe tio
ao wa1lug y1 wf~ md4l4witrh the pur ase of arms, r besl n-

.+ ethabt tbe s It of thispe era-p tiono of ct iet memberbt sd dire
Hlow It wilaOd a rer rbtra ath thecr fmeo a his
Satn tWoi1mmeats theo ea"reutt or theno desartmors of an i mpendingthird a.
Ollep" fto me. ot t6e ouhtion, u restored republic of t ba
ad*~doa, just to se t a plain t.le t elit p or o ltror,. o a oppearseteeal

t hip w opid tui vote of Vou.nlity wthh. reasonable pros|

aba-a ty tO 'anyl shn' who Now Yfillnle I.lta e eaemas d Msion r
k eclariots of tairp weather ahe ade fThe i-l

.ta Ar e o r ipen din.ls yTi. aedg
t Mr Taft .elysends l Whis ie welo blIo anhwith gusto In conis i c e
mW re oo iniatoid wh ho vetrpait to the elontryg of r marked the retum l from summer
*r tra toayastolfteo reovacation at CayO Cristo of the' ort t knowle tat
So.r the l st raIe mn la o men are n d o o den, who, since he, has given

!'. Abaft Not". Jthe evidenres -a e tiim
I 'o .e-wo med e r --o l t the anied cdita ieh e teen e r i t
,e ama.ttptieae anteadlea sh v oide- es-re -tht- --esh ehe onrna
SCirare x. Prate to a for 3 m years for himself t m.. ot ........remarkablec a ol pr lo
of @ # oi1sado Dauj B eporte. doubted fa et that s an ubotltcial am-
SIWhile thloal news department bassador from the United States Mr |I
e after .by..Jesse -arts of Puiatser Pay'casly do mueb to keep lt K I
leps" etae. This team ought serene s substantial relations of har-
iake the Reporter-Star a It m oaR betwao the United Statoe and I

S-t the grao t military powcr of Europe. _.o ofi
It is not only potsble. it is ex.
ptremelywell worth houilug in mind.
that he wAl 'glie" tht vote of Volu.
S.omtaty to an y man who. runs Astonishing statements are made by
s dlelalk Clark for Congress. John Ken nthuT n tie iUe flo
vO.er i.."I i l ""ll ve of u "rlie of article on Mexican
S. Our friend hip has bat Mexico 4isandi ting near W
e ntely too Inflated i hhis. every part of the country, Mr. Tur.i
h WImportauoe since sle election to reported of his own knowledge that
the l ooen and wmen are enslaved for life
the ,~UIs rby' the thous.ande-tarved, beaten

iblsdolpfh p The uabishe he plansih s i occasionally discover-d and the
t phe ridelhI has pbliset hiv lean t perpetrators pro.ee.Ited. It i. never
fr .roiding school e w widespread. In Mexico, on the other
SIa~exsthe launch 'Thre expeted dlyhand, i( is said to bt common in a
me ot is to be tried in four of the '" wof ata*n d cois S laves

std ditt sd the i a of I t lout bnebut as personal wsrvants, as laborers,

as not to boast of at learnt one other explorers when in need InCin ii k

Par come wlu b qlte out of waste places. But he did not beostate
Bshlo.' re and there s a grat to violate the obliation exlstingt n the
lp 6bility of the fad being carried same lact bemuse of the bitterness
enough to permit evening gowns of his feeling of Cook. or was it his m
Wa pole also'. fear of Cook's sessua? It is not a
pleasant revelation.
Mrs. 0. H. P. IDelmont of Newport -
8 ad New York strikes a new and Catarr Cannet Be Cured
Serpristug note In the woman's uff. with local applications, as they cannot AIntae M Oi
rage movement. Ian article pub. reach the reat of the disease. Catarrfh *" .*.... ..e
llahed under this lady's name in a is a blood or cmastitutiol ditaease. aT". rai- e,.s.s
, current magaslne tht ruov~e.ent Is and In order to uenre It you aut take SS a I
r, elPaetled as an Implacable lda'L internal remedies. Hall's CatarraO bt*ft "U.16Si" i
straggle between the sexs. Mrs. Cure is taken latortally. and Sets di. '
Delmio t thinks that men will never rectly on the blood sad m..ons sur.
DonUode the potltical equality of wo- face. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not
US without a measurint of forces a quack medicIe. It was prescribed
V sot flight. Within a tueraioin or by one of the bet phyalans Ia this A
so. accordtinto her rousing pAtphecy. country for years and Is a regular
the womten of America will publish prescription. It i1 compoed of the.
to the moen an ultimatum somewhat best tca lk ow-. combi ie4 with the
K after tIis fasbi: "'nt 11ou 1140beet blood partiter, acting directly s a
aftr i faio onf the mucous surtaces. The perfect t** va"STUI
.as the ballot we will not marry you, combeaoia of the two Itaredle ft I
Wewill not wwk la your place of what preauce sueh wum dertu reks h
.*.asm we will have mothin to do Im tartng catarrt. Bead r et '
P. J. CHNIi &T & C, T1o01 0. 0.e 4
.Thes wome will never do &M by ki .
of lhb kiad-la Roa ramble Take IHalt's Pamily RI heSor cow



,*a and $ 1.00
" MI 9 0u M.

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iiflefor Ri

t'West BAY St.
R~O~VILL, -Fr4
___,ZHAM Agent

LosaveGalumsviii. for kia~~ are4s~ o
oil pOinw oSourh. 6 --. 00 ,0000
Returning, arrive Gainesville*pO.asee..
Leave Gainesville for SBampolluNlt
Lake City V 1dodm4, and s* points North
an 0Idnevill

AL L 41881, Gen. Sept.

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:LL ..e.r. Traffic i.'


N il I WIhmiII, Ei ii"" West

Consult the "Purple Fo~yr"

For detailed information, rates s&hedvi and res-
* ervations, see your nearly TIketk Aent,
'\ wi.teo to wl on-
W. FRITOT,. We D. 1'tfko,
DIv. Pa, Agent, t., P Ageot,
Atlant Coast Lime, JikatO, 0 I~.1lkm.
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'1 -7y A M*diclin That Does Not Cost Arty. The schedule of the new tart
thing Unless it Gives Satis- whichop laces the 1s ea .
S ,factory Relief. produ some qujeer results at the We AM Ih h he--
-,,,start. There t Are er efromr t,
9' ., 3^
r~. if ,you uffer .from conit-pao- In l are custom boses, notably New
Sany. forp whatever, acute ,Qr chronIc, York. a ood of ltlatus and stat".
Swill guarantee to supply you arne ver ows be TN r
~pe'iclne that we honestly believe room at the appral office Is
wiol edtet perman"t relief it taken crowded with eampte. Among M IS M i ke, a HIa b Un T o
pwith regularity andaccording to hem nIs s to bea Van Dy ck valued L
reCtions for a reasonable length of at s.200,000. Rid! L i AMto
S.me. Should the medicine t- to -- t. h N t h im I
SJ. benefit you to yor entire satifac- Bishop Joseph C. -Hartsell of the
lu .S W *'f We tIon we promise hat It shall cost you Methodist Piplaopal Church, whoe'
WU eow. nothing. diocese is Africa, la actively engaged
ar No other remedy can be compared In the celebration of the diamond Jubl- E AINES ILLE NATIONAL
or" ..,l, .ith Resall Orderlies for the easy. lee of missionary work in Africa
oe ti st ets a dpleasant and successful treatment or which started with the work of PAi eLVR tRvic.
Igredients of this remedy, which i. ago, and during this year he zex-. ard of Trade Takee t ion to |1
odorless, tasteless and colorless. l: pects to add $300,000 to the African .. 1 1 I I X
an entirely new dineovery Combined fund. \ Ex-Preeldent Roosevelt madt P
.s. i s'a nk idS with other valuable ingredients, i1 the Bfrat speech In th"s campaign be. At the suggestion of Mayor Di, GAINOVILL., PLA. L
-. ... t ma gnlei lta a forms a preparation which is incomn fore he left the United States, and thJ Galaeuville Hoard of Trade have ,4
thel i I 1ai Flprdlai, parable as a perfect bowel regulator, it sl to end with a speech of Prel. taken up the matter of ratlsig funds "
a ii IL- er. Renll Orderlies are eaten likv Wednesday of the year. the battleship Florida.
.qgnlng l.l %ee of Ilumbit candy, and are notable for their gen Parties desirina to contribute to
WeTe "ttded lab tle and agreeable action. They del Investigadon have been going on the fund can notify B. r. Hampton,-- lg
aday O3* our citizens, not cause griping or any dislgreeable at the Now York Botanical Garden who Is secretary, and the amounts *... N*W** ,g
er with pl be t of Out- Inconvenience, and may be' taken at to ascertain whether any of the trees will be credited. Followlag I th
Wredre thb any time, day or llst !' now standing ere In existence In list oe contributions up to last night:
Lake C i. We particularly recommend Rex- 1609 at the time of Haudon's discov. B. r. Hampton .............. 00 ,
r4 all Orderlies foe'O hlldren and for ery. The Immense white oaks, be- R oob n .................. .00
Immee has 04a nore strang. delicate or aged persons, because cause of their slow growth after the bSelds Warren ............ ... 1.00 OPPIOK I '
Its imlts t a city In lotr. they do not contain anything njurl- first hundred yrs, were considered H. & hubb no *****........... 0
eq i fts itornia- ous. Unlike other preparations, they the most premisnla subjects for ober B. Arnold ................. .00
Lived b e more do not create a habit, but Instead nation. Previous reliable data had T. Arnold .................. 1.00 r Pst
rs than Whop her during they overcome the habits acquired fixed the average annual Increase In W. W ThoampLs ............. 1.00 V
rnter a etlb. t a-aep Ga. through the use of ordinary laxa- diameter of the white oak up to the W D. Hamptoe, Jr ............ 1.00 TmeT Os a er.
tives, cathartics, and harsh physic, age of 477 years at 48.100 of an & Robnm ................. 1.00 W.S T ,s Vls.Pr
t City is cogideiag the probe. and remove the causes of constipation inch, after which age the annual layer H Robinson ...............W. L T*r S 1.00end Vko.Prefld
t buying the s otric light plant or irregular bowel action that are not is much thinner., By removing a T. W. $hnds ............ .. 0
fperatincg It i ooeolo with of surgical variety, small piece from the side of the W A~dow .............. 00
ty water wbts. 'othus another We want you to try Rexall Order- largest white oak within the grounds R. peter on................ 1.00
il have adopted the economic lies at our risk. We know of not of the Botanical Garden and careful- j. W. Blendlt .. .............. 1.00
f municipal &siiO tshp.- ntord ing that will do you so much ood. ly covering the spot with tar, ox- M. O. Bater .............. 00 DI T
un ol e p.-B ord They are prepared In, tablet form in ports have estimated that the tree Dr. o. S Waldo ........... 1.00 I em 4. 4 N h
two lsizes: 36 tablets 26 cents, and on which the observation was made pIfter mo"L. ...... %........1..... LM ottIi VOI"
Hoffner of P1ne Castle has 12 tablets 10 cents. Remember you was 220 years old. With this as a 0. K. Broom ............... .00 P. A W. he l
and one.half acres of rice, can obtain Rexall Remedies in basic for calculation It seems probable Gr. C. poener........... 1.00 J. P. MDtsh W. IL Tpis ,
he says will yFild forty bushels Gainesville only at our storl-The that a white oak with a wo6d radius Hon. Prank Clark ............. 1.00 r .,
acre. Ho'elatas that it will Rexall Store.-J. W. McCollum & Co. of from tweaty.flve to twenty-seven Hoo. leOh ,HighS pr. .....B.00 11
on low or aupia4d, and Intends Inches Is about 800 years ol eo. Olua. High t prlte ....... .M -r
inug the aoreWap next year.- ing of John Bevill for killing r. and yea Contbutlon t the.nbove r.r :
rd herald. Mrs. H. P. Harder was brought be- beMAKING A ed from parties reel. :'
fore Judge W. H. Crawford. The WOMEN MAKING A TUany point ton Alachua county.
Ma been made known that the proceedings were very short-the de- FARM WORK AND GARDENING. r t a
c County Cftl 'ltc4nge will pendants attorney, Hon. J. C. B. r. generally debilitated for ya.hii C.I Ipai, n.
y white girls sad wt women Kooncu, made a motion to rave ex. WASHINGTON, Ot. 4.- anr. H l headaches, aked f a Vin .VIep t,
fuit. -&4 g dW p r pr-o. imlniatibu, no bond was asked for Ilug ihrouh the he t rearle tion, was worn-out and all ru o 1
g. The deltato tomch of wo. and the defendant was remanded tupdlngs of the Deparent'r. Airt. -uMdocke Blood. Bitters madte lme
hand is the ome thina needed back to Jail to await circuit( court culture at Washingtoa you manly well woman." Mrs. Chase rett N
ure the careful handling of which convenes the fourth Monday women in neat white'aprons, soae of 9oeu, Conn. )n
fruit.-ustist a lia Reso". in October.-Sumter County Times, them mere girla. ebtlng ove m aclr o- a -
__--_'_.. -- scopes and test estTbe. T ast.vl- Tne habit at anawerita ad. thai
growers around DeLand will Taylor Frierson last week sold his ties seem very myaterlois, ba when to y la o* Ith will keep
the biggest .aad beMt cp. et stock of -OB and pasture In ee you Inquire you learn that they are1 iuters ted i the tfe ae iI lt B
es in 15 yetl. With the new county to lpkln. Ballard & Hull. ineged io original research work re. Sm see pre b*e O m a
Exchange working feo the so- These gentlemen have a stock of cst- lat- ltN e way or another to tarm-. i-- + 6 .
of the growers, a better price tle now in Manatee county, and these lng or idUlng. One who lives ta a furnished room Plctm rM
usual should prevail. Oranges will 1be moved to the Lee county The c 'Miss Alice Illnkel. a s be prtty "ldepeadoet"-tfl *
Myers section will start North pasture. This was a large deal, as bota1 uleist .a bureau. Is note. I94 keep tfhe bet b1 be had wih
tter part of thia month. Some Mr. Frierson had about 4,000 head worthy, If- oy- tlt reason that inS h*
fruit is beginning to color u of cattle and a pasture twelve miles she entiereE the etabUshment oril.
but no citrus fruit from this square. This will give the new own- sally a a- qrinary olgrical eapeeity U we preitn4 elaMusr ye wmt, - i -
>n will be ft ior SiwmpItm within ers one of the largest pastures In as a stenographer and typewriter. r1e 5 r om e ls M Ii te et I. *ltlS. U IU f l
60 days.-DsLanh lews. the State. Mr. Hull will move to That was only a few years ago when
----- Lee county and take charge of the a mere girl she came to Washlington mo-i *ma I-a real- 4AS .
dnesday the peiminary hear- pasture-Bartow Informant. frol Clnrlnnstl. But she was the il ruu STATE U
rns.Mulan v --ft- Inheritor of sclentllc apUtitude from a Gal vllevia PiMa FOR WOME S,
YOU Get Up Ernest T. Maull. an .mploye of the family In whblch there bad been An lin.tuton W the lerst Rek ll sup .^.. . 3
Florida last Coast railway, as ma- alny searchers after exact truth In in e by Stat ad Peder l l, ad 0'
With a Le mr lCk? chlnists assistant in the local yard. boUialel and other libs. baan she d ore To Men A C TMa oee, F.l to th
TreMt8 t a U Mns. some four to twelve months ago. quickly took up plant study as a Sboroul Courses Leading to Degrees in l il lt.,
.osteveryas p r Harf 's committed suicide last Saturday at pIrofelonal pursuit. O Af S a 8 s. A.. L. A MrS 4UMiLte
p-Rootthe tmpS wm rd his homestead a Gould's Sidingl, near Miss M5araret Huddleo Is athd L A C of Ll At
bin^11 1d7, Cuer. The day previous he had er young woman scientist in t D o Arts ad Selo.: Aw'iositure: U A eekoMl Arto.
Ik~_!an altercation with one or his neli. paartmet of A erteature. Sh ,. chmilea. Civu,. Betrueml saa Me. L. A ~s. eol i eM Ab.
r&^ & SIi~ bors, and until an autopsy performed frol Kas City. Mo N0 hle ageo mal glaserig; Law; Kormal IV. A Sebol 1 f AM. d a I
t r. r" sad the finding of poise and other oonlog of medutee. and la l a a a- L.w. | 14w_-- Teo- Oth@er .u.e e etUk

evidence of nteild, it was beMeved ful-Sedled do ter. This sbe i la t- te w te Ither t5a"r3me a ;, U:.
that be had died from lternal In- the latefrval of her work as poA. A. MURPNHUS, A. M., L. L. 0, OwA O COMIAOD, 9 Mj A, p, 6
Juiss received. He was considered o -t 4eng her pardlupar Psi ... Poi m
..i I of weak mind wben be lived In Port speWiaty. Mer emost im rn h i I uI i
ter ad eM9inb A -L L ie Tribune.n os.sr Ia the divielo of1001m $,
t, saote IN SPECIAL SEWSON. pie all over the coustry who wsa
ity of ISP ISSO to know how to grow fr"tt.
-- """-TagYOU0040d**oot*trbled iaaJORDA N & COM PANY
-......... h trom A m. T sd m i INSTANOE
er *tea bmoi'lb County cnmMIS roapr' wert in with the so 001018toma ih Nyou a lU
f-ly yomed U SmS. pea l s e e Monday' aving take Kodi at thsi tsm" wio anmo
^ 5rw^foo .....MhMI ILtee t re you. .Is SNOE
eso ....ssa s-e together or the purpose of r flthat Iou m e Im dol li_

i. plow,._ .. s af. I
fe. a mp r. to take sIp temat dhe*l wy tii

i,.tf .," PoodyRU_"__ -:, Fires, Life and A.ldent .

to thiseUa
"A w'e x I'.e-t f Miss Tewbeu's Swhool .

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SMILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. 4.-An
,. C tnamzense spot on the sun more than
S 0,000 miles In diameter, which has
been overlooked apparently by dther
astronomers.of the country who have
their attention focused on the planet
j Mars, has been discovered by Dr.
James L. McGeary, the Marquette
i a University astronomer.
Upon this spot, which la visible to
the naled eye and which is In reality
ia' ide up of four smaller spots, Mr.
MeOeary thinks may be placed at
least part of the responsibility for
the series of mysterious magnetic
disturbances which upset telephonic
S and telegraphic services In America
and Europe recently.
Mr. MoGeary also believes that the
proximity of Mars to the earth may
have had an important part in the
tramne magnetic disturbances, the
4arth being In the magnetic field
of both that planet, which he pre-
avmes to be magnetic, and of the
san, the magnetic Influence of which
hbe contends Is probably Iporeased by
the gigantic spot upon it face.
The Influence of the northern lights
whihob are now plainly visible In this
p; pt of the world at night and the
i creased power of magnetic earth
tonrents also play a part in Me-
'eary's explanation of the recent dla.

A Banquet
Spread before you would do you no
, good If you couldn't eat. What good
&ab food do a child when an booln as
It enters it's stomach It is eaten by
worms. That's the reason your baby
Is ailing, cross, pasty-faced and thin.
GiOve It White's Cream Vermifuge. It
will expel the worms and act as a tonic
tor the child. Bold by W. M. Jqhnsou.

Seare a tenant for that
room through a claslfled
The un.

ad. Is


w recklessnaess of purchating real
Sesamte thtevo thi wis~.thiout first be-
lgthoroumthl1 o-t. on It by an
SAbstract can i ly bt, u;'tred tied
wh 011 on tme Iven t r ung" w 11a
defectiv.e lt it'.

Why take such big chances when
the cowt of an Abstract Is no small?
Our work Is a auratl always.

Oainesville. rlorida.



4.you wols. L Ober, 11 y" wosld
e9*, mksr w~ ree ae

pwvw dooeiift to seolyou

ta"ow woo@opa yu hm
&W Wi be sattbo&

) -

What It Meaqs to Man to Be a Pioneer
In Thought.
To be a pioneer In thought Is to
stand alone with nature, not for a few
minutes, but for life. The Isolatenese
bf the few great winds of each gen-
eration of men is utterly undreamed
of, for want of understanding. by
those about them. Yet think what
it sl to pan one's days In a thought
world where the thinker roams alone;
to grapple with problems the very
terms of which are beyond ordinary
comprebension and the solution appre-
elcted only In years to come; to con-
template In lonely ecstasy. after still
lonelier despair, the revelation that
comes with months and more of pon-
dering. When some ouo asked New-
tou how be came to make his wonder-
ful discoveries he replied. "Simply by
always thinking about them." Consid-
er Kepler tolling year after year fruit.
lessly for some ratio that should llnk
tbe planet's motiJns by a general law.
calculating assiduously and .putting
hypothesis after hypothesis aside as be
found It would not work until at last.
after almost Inconceivable toll. be hit
upon the one that would.
As If this loneliness by nature were
not enough. It must needs be ace*n.
tuated by man, for be rises in sueb
cases In chorus to condemn. Consider
Darwin, in patient study. testing the
working out of natural selection and
adding fact to fact, only to bave the
whole denounced as rdleculously *b.
surd. Think you the denunclatl5o of
the master while Iving are w
compensated by the plaUdlitt be
is dead? The Ionelfne-ot great ne,
Is the price men make the ple@s
pay for posthumous reoowp.-Perdtal
Lowell In Atlantic.

Ne Wonder the Bird Was Not Teiso
When Seved.

One of the most annoying thibg
about swans is that they Uv6 to an
extremely great age and that It Is
Impoelsble for the ordnar obetrver
to goue what their yfear may be.
President Orover Cleveland once bad
am losing experience with sme
wans, according to a writer In ,the
American Magasine. He bad been In
the south shooting and brought borne
a number of wild swans, one o. which
be sent to each member of bis cabi-
net and to some other associates.
"All the boys." said Mr. Cleveland.
"thanked me politely for having re-
membered them. but none of them
seemed to bare mucb to aay about
bow they enjoyed the birds.
"Carlisle. I found. bad his cooked
on a night when be was dining out.
Another, when I asked him. said be
hoped I wouldn't mind. but be had
sent his home to his old mother. Thur-
ber didn't mention bhi bird at all for
two days. Mnnlly I atked him about
"Trburler. did you get that swar
all riht?' \N
'Yes, sir-oh, yes, I got the swan
all right, thank you.' and he tent over
his desk and seemedd very busy.
"'Fine bird.' I said.
"'Yew. ilr, ine bird.' and he went on
"*KItjoy ratilng him. Thurberr
"He wlitMd a minute,. and then he,
said: 'W.II. Mir. I guess they didn't
cook hl', right at my honow. They
cooked him only two days.' And be
went on working wttbuut cracking a
Most women are troubled with kid-
ney complaint, and you know very
many serious aid even fatal diseases
result from these neglected kidney
troubles. If you will take DeWltt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed.
you may be confident of good results.
Try them and see how really good
they are. beware of imitations. pills
that are intended to decelye you. De
sure you get DeWitt's. Sold by all

A Dandy of MIT.'
Vim 'tia' "t, illis m uliea.wppr printed
In the yt'4r 177'sis 4Or Itpliowihgtite
w rili'Ilon 4'I iit daily: -A rt.w d1hys agi.
a mwatr'an~i 'nettlhi,. aj'gminratwe li
ltha us.".'ntily rmtalus Oki wbile'taav.'
drtvsw'ai In a sutoexd Ak 4ak pink patio
at's*It 44-41 Ish-s.%tt i .'.'-A wit,'
vit 9-o-itts k tat'. %U he v- at. Plit...1
I"* witit Punk tIoe he iink witlits, -v
and larger iwart hultoos. a ju*uU~br'u.
C4olored4101-k ie'red With 111W',,%' hlV
lome, har drm~4 rnmark-ably high a.iu
Vtatk frail of pear pin&

A Shaking Up
May all be very well so ar as the
arsu anre onaome. hut Jm whi
It oonee to chulltb Sd fever ad ram
tart. Quit the equlanM an take a
tal ,ww-*SOhad Herea. cm
eus No hBarmlt lrs a~ OW s car.
laln u taxes. itIt dest wr. you
met yo" met b"ek. SoM by W. M.

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m i .-,m ae ltamm ,
thm Fee-"mn oe r et it I.-
ma d U usgoS

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114 ~ e Z is ftsn I ;doop ~aWenps

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Stomach And is, L'ai4064 is.

InUa A x For Oer30Ylro

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4,ap .

'N -d,'u. HaveBqr
In sO ot v ra()" fir

Edible Flowers of Indla.
Many edible flowers. It appears.are
to be found In ludia. One of the most
apprelated grows on a tree about
which we bare very little Information.
but wlPk:b In the country Itself Is
named 146e "shuwad." The natlves
conasune an enormous number of these
flowers, wose pale yellow corollie are,
pulp.v and thick. and they prepare
tibm In various ways.
When they are fr-esh they are put in
cakes, to whk'h they give a sweet
flavor, but they are mure espeelalll
used for maklug Ired(I nfter they havte
been drled and reduerd to riour. Ry
allowing them, to ferenit a kind (of
wil1e is prduc d, and by dlitllling
them a brandy is obtained of wbl(*b
the Hindooo are very fa d.-Vulgartaa
tion Slecntifique.

The awake puo reada the wan
ada. every day-nad mawers some ai
amot as often.



"Buy, lelli r Ex'clt. Repair-
lu a Speialty. A ,
and (TnpckLin of Furniture, by
ompete en. : : : : :

81 WMOt.&Gl
1011 Wet Mea int., I.. alinelvil.

Wat advertli sa* ts fore *t*ob
yu an s barnea, a.d with whiol yoa
op9 drive your splas and purpoms
to mYr 'esIrd giU.mmU

If yo have lost or fund aftDhla
3o not t to keep y ar eaye o t e
eladailed *dvertlao mO a.



Published for Information of the
General Public,
Atlantic Coat- Line.
Lv. Oville for Jackville 7:45 a. 3:30 p.
Ar. GOville fr. Jackvllle 12:30 p. 7:30 p.
,v. Oville for Ocala & Tampa 11:50 p.
Lv. Ovlle for Micanopy, Etc 7:30 p. m.
L(v. Oville for High 8., Etc. 8:80 p. m.
Lv. Oville for Trenton. 'Etc., 3:30 p. m.
Liv. Ovilll for Wilcox, Bte., 5:58 p. m.
Ar. from Southern points 3:30 pi m.
Ar. Gville tr. Micanopy, Etc., 7:45 a. m.
Ar. Gvllle fr. High 8., Etc., 12:30 p. m.
Ar. Gville fr. Trenton, Etc., 12:30 p. m.
Ar. Oville fr. Wilcox, Etc., 8:50 a. m.
aboard Air Line.
Lv. Oville for Jackville 8:19 a. 8:50 p.
Lv. Gainesville for Cedar Key 6:40 p.
Ar. Oville fr. Jackville 11:20 p. 5:40 p.
Ar. Oville from Cedar Key 8:10 a. m.

Tampa and Jacksonville R. R.
Lv. G'ville for Micanopy 10:10 a.
Lv. Oville for Sampson City 6' p.
Ar. Oville from Micasopy 5:30 p.
Ar. Oville fr. Bampson Cr 10:10 p.


11 Wet ay st. -P.0. o Be 401- JACK0XVILLIn iLA.

Desote Ry.
4 tl quarts ................$ 5.00
6 ftll qvarta ................. 7.00
2! full quarts ................. 1 .76
I' full quarts freight paid..... 12.00
Williams' Ne. 10 Rye.
4 full quarts .................$ 3. 0
I full quarts ................. 4.50
12 full qUarts ................. MS
Old Halifax Rye.
4 full qurts ................. 3 a
2 hull quamn ................. IL
t4 ful t................... s.

4 ulqo rtv .... .....$ TS.
I fteul a ..... ........... 4t.
12 te au................ 3L.0

4 ottlem. re m paMi......... $ 4
*A #ae m a I ....e.... ... I.*

sottd H Wa m tU. fsL. OA Ian

I S ... pa id.. I
.^^^ Jj .,.ti^ .>'. <) '& iA .^^ F II

Old Hometead Corn Whiskey.
1-gallona Jug. express ed....... $ .M

Idlebrook Wbiskey hIa druma-Distt
ier Bottrlag-Rpro Paid.
100 platsa n drewu ,............K0
200 alf pinto In rm ........ Um
SoM ely by drm; will mot braw
Corn Whiskey-xres Paid.
Roay ork, per botle, e. pal.$ 1.4e
Rocky rWk. per case, pa&.. ix2
I 6gl om. earne. p ...........
I gal arne. LpaM ............ 0

Ss LU N. O W. ...... ..
ove, L .._. .... ...... ..
R City. a ...........

t I.. .M *....... LI
W ," me Pon ........... u

B mL. -........
Tmh e HIDV1* 04 SL
onier x a y..::: !



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0" S.5sly propeny,
U lpwoed), phoq
W t"0299 a lands. el
G k CW J" after forusal.

34 At. O*IL
A14 tor .,in EquIij

$-My Coiveyneing mIlj
epsl~ ~ A as.Albusiness p"
WO" e messdoor fWi
hs~ I #A Owns tts

Office Ovqp Wnesvllle N9W
B~aR. Ge*nesv~le. Florida.

Dr. A. Dolan
Mild Medicine TreatmentI
Hornes and Mules' Eyei





*$ to%" 103su

a. m nFlorida.

Ginmrrh findsr,~.


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Joe= I

atfits ow
a whick'o
i ad 3)115

be the
~@ the most
at Pier

airi tto i

1DB eutLrYU moapo
ship. ae -t makoe a ubig
an .. l.o...._*ok
se pro itya some of
i are AInh k Paiae's
le. the DW pepper, War.
vTe, and L Newan, all of
i are resa private convey-
ac Part the largest
t Te the State,
ly eieht 19 9 *att the city
y reached tgo bA hard road,.
Uins a 3patj St driva.
a ree a, a eonty. of
i GalDSYm county Sat,
at boae boheard at. the, same
." The tepirature ais n y ran-
scarcely $ rsehag the nineals-
in *um or the twaties In
r. The u A twe Gainesville

w.- .


& tw of them to the tollowitan aU
&laom of wat
Gslml il i Hs ,t

On artist.
No saloons.
One garage.
our hotels.
VoWr banks
Ft daslnkm
One tonAdr
Water works.
Ten churches.
One g plaimL
Two tio shops.
Thra, bakeries.
Tea physcIang v
81x truit stores.
Two gunsmiths.
Six restaurant '
One smed sto
BoardorTri *.
Six drug oWes.
Tour'shoe shops.
State Unlversity.
ussoni Temple.
Twedty lawyers.
Two paInt shop.
PFor contractors. '
One bicycle shop.
Baseball diamood.
Two lee factories .:
six MnuIo schools.
One varoty r atorm.
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two plant mills.
Two racket stores.
Two lumber yards.
One marble works.
Three sllveremiths.
rhree wood, yards.
livo dental rooms
One express office.
Free mail delivery.
Four beet markets.
Eight barber shops.
Two public schools.
Two music houses.
A telepboe system.
Two habordasherie
Two abettact offlle.
Pour pressing clubs.
Two mahebine hope.
Two bottling works.
Ix boarding houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three Jewelry stores.
One phosphate so s.E
One Chinese laundry.
One Christian othuo.



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Twoe tStu hakrtige 1
Two Advet oharehes.
One dally oew0ppsi
Two harudware stors.
One female p rytola.
Vittem iesery stg
n Baptist eUethee.

Seven 4ry ceh dftL
Oneophotogrph gatlle
Thtea m old nlak &Af.
One electrt dt eat.

One miNweekly *esiNL.
Three u reksumt o .

Two emptanal todnlbe.
United States lead sflee
One ckmicaal laboratory
Thirteen Su booy
One PrWsbyter a cuoftes
Two ceiar mealuftoraie.
Pour real estate R ageets.b
Volunteer fre department
levoral lubr oa tpaulnst.
Tree Methodist churches.
A brass band orgmanisaio.
Two photograph galleries.
:'wo moving petur* No s
Florida Winter aat a u ame
rst-claeet s era o ss *te .
One semi-weeklyy newpsiper.
Five )lif Insurance agencles.
Two t fttllr lmanoliftories.
Five flre Insurance anwcies.
Two livery and feed stables.
One crate and basket ftetory
One B9Ms' Club reAdtag room.
Hardwood Manuactrurta Pleat *
Agriculntural Uapwiment 8tttoi.
The Diocesan Sboal of Florids.
Florida Winter Bible Ootferece.
Five dressmaklng establtebments.
National Odd flowo' SeanttrlMt.
Three Uudertakincg estbllbments.
Two of he best hotels in the In
Two wholesale gral sad feed
Two wholesale groery establish
Water "that has made Oalesville
famous. "
The tesa t opera house In the State
outside of Jacksonville
A Government building now being
erstedt 'o aost when conmpletd
(Carpenters. -masons. plastefrte

tiar htr. prttes, ahaistse 5a4 la
borluamena salo.
More mlles of pft~ d usreuet auG
ganoltiuso sdemwalks than sa o.mei
town In the antearor of the Stat.
Ana p.000 court hose built of brick
al stoe*-ts beiatUul stretr--a I
the'lawnI, Iowa bed., Irumbbey.
Oosto4MUe aUsment. etc., srroUnd
lag 1t, askm It a most attractive pic


tate Oateers:
ove or--A. W. Ohhrnlst, T"a-.

eetary Aof State-t. Clay Om w-
ard Ta bcowe*l,
Com|trolle-ro -A. D0n. Wr Tf.Yoa

Tmreaare -W. V. Knott, Thluas
AttOeymeatl-Park N. TMi-
nell, Tallha"""
Conaalsloier of AgrIoulture-B. I.
MoHn, Tallahasetq,

uodlowa ,. TallabMase.
Railroad Commissioners-R. Hud-
@on burr. Chairman; Newton A.
BUtl. Royal C. Dann. W. C. Yon,
secretary. All communications should
be addressed to Tallhabaswee.
President t the Stnate-r. M. Bud
so, Mia mi.
iWml-, mmuu
Conaty OfMalrt
Clwrk and Adftuor-. Wisages,.
ISupt. Public lnstnUtloas-Dr. J. I1
Kelley. aesvllle.
Sherff--P. 0. Mamiy. Oatabsvlle.
CoUmty Judge-H. 0. MasOa, GaIsi I
TW Asessr-W. W. Cols, Gaine&
Tax 0Coseetwr-W. 0. Dtklasfe.

Treasur-J. D. Hathbeso. 0ieM.

0.?F. Cnannes, Oalne'
Memchbers Schooli
Me004& ar.. fa

L. M

Membrsr Nms-5y Mi. GaPWSIP
Gsne'v M -T. .dM-, A t e

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Marshsl-.Harry Owim W14tin).~
Tax Aessao-W. 2. uradloi
Tax Oollector-T. BaMiAstc.ft
clerk ald ?ressurok-4. Now yDAl

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i'eappenede and What is s4

o .,to N MHppoen-Pereonal and
eela' Item. of the City.
A. F. O'Neill made a brief visit t
sackmanvlle yesterday.
Sfoer ale-Thlrty.gallon gasoline
,a3k. Inquire thls office.
i. Walnwright paid a short visi
to relatives at Starke on Sunday.
Clf, F. Y. Smith of Alachua wai
ituescting business in the city yes

C. M. McKinney of Graham. was
S4tmong the visitors to the city yes
;' terday.
Dr. Armstrong, the eye and nerve
'" peoalist, will be at the Brown House
AOt. 5th. '
i Postmaster 0. C. Crom of Ocala ar-
rived in the city yesterday for a short
V ii",t with relatives.
V r Miarcu Bndel of Jacksonville arriv-
!/d In the city yesterday to look after
'AoMe0 business matters.
S'Miss Mary Roux has returned from
SpleasaMnt visit with her aunt, Mrs.
U. Hodson, at Williston.
Will Boston of Bland, a farmer
Af lt section, was shaking hands
gith his Gainesville friends Monday.
., Perfect Desserts Assured-Use Blue
S:ibbon lemon or vanilla extracts and
oscess with desserts is assured,
W. B. Phlfer, who has beea absent
Is the southern part of the State look*
Sthg after his interests, returned to
i4alnesville yesterday
" J. D. Gardner made a short visit
to Jacksonvllle on Sunday to meet
his son, Donald, who was returning
'*#C a visit to Indiana.
Mrs. It. L. Robinaon left yester.
for Rochelle, where she will spend
nst several days visiting her sis.
ad other relatives.
Sam leonard of Ooals arrived in
villle yesterday and will spend
anet few days here visiting his
WwO Mrs. A. H. Leonard.
I J. Burkhlm, the baberdasher of
SaEpt S!de; made a short visit to
soville yesterday to look over a
of samples for his winter goods.
'OW, tll and winter millinery o:en.
occur on next Woedneaday
d" thursday, October 6th and 7th.
1f*vely display' awaits your coming.
WI. W. LeGrande.
t.N Mott, a merchant of Mica.
*ta la the city yesterday. He
' IAt returning from a visit to the
where he purehaaed hi. stock
m morchandise for that place.
SThe Woman's Home Mission Society
the First Baptist church will meet
Ste church at 8:30 o'clock this at.
oon. All members are requested
be present and friends of the church
sdial)ly Invited.
Lf. Massey of Artedondo was in
city yesterday ea route to his
He has Jut returned from a
t of several weeks to friends and
vtas in Alabama. and state that

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Jamea proxton, county surveyor, of
Micafopy, was among the visitors to
the ftyv yesterday.
D? When in doubt just tfollow the
crowd--t will lead you straigti to
the Brown House. ....... ....
Capt. W. M. Blitch of fbut* Fe and
Louis Bennett of LaCrosse were vi- r
itors to Gainesville Monday..
., Lute Howell and Postmaster A. C.
Reid of Newberry were transacting
business In the city yesterday.
Mrs,. Dickson Hamilton Tharin is ,
sick at her home on Garden street -
o with a severe attack of tonsilftis. S)Iargeci W JI W &O
J. W. Harrold, one of the progres-
* ive citliens of LaCrosse, was In the '
city Monday transacting business. M
t R. L. McKinstry of Jacksonville was
In the city for a short while yesterday
on a visit to hbls wife and little child. I'
. F. B. Hester, agent for the At-
lantic Coast Une at Evinston, was A T I
among the visitors to the city yester-
Dr. E. B. Howell of Newberry was
among the visitors to the city .Mon-
day to look after some business mat-
E. W. Rose of Atlanta, who is spend- ,
ing some time at Evinston settling up
his son's estate, was in the city As* -K W
terday on business .connected with
the same.
Farmers, mechanics, railroaders,a Will be under direct m
borers rely on Dr. Thomas' Uclepitrio qi dwith d he de
Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts, quainted with the dex
burns or bruise at once. ain can- in M l Fla.,
not stay where It IN used. yea I m *, FI
The Woman', Horn. Milon Ou tock o. beoU
ciety of the Irst Methodist church Our tock bsou
will meet at the church this (Tue. and quality, and with a
day) afternoon at :830 o'clock. A fu of tll ri ers is s 1r-'
attindanoe of members is desired. of trimmert 18 blby pre
Attend our annual fall and winter Suit ad
millHery opening on n6xt Weda N Suit and D ,
day and Tihrsday. Large shipment .- I
of the moat stylish and up-todate
headwer. Mrs. 8. W. LeGrande. .
Cross yes straightened and all u M ..
forms of eye trouble, headache and *
nervougness overcome without' drugs
or OopMatiao. Sa. Dr. Armatronn at .

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management of MIa Lukens, who i th1rouhly ac-
nds of this section, having been too .t ps.ecutive
ling a position such as oeily a artist .

tely new and was selected with great care t to style
11 this we respectfully solicit comparison. Our corps
paring for this great event. See us for style and value.

es arriving daily. "


Brown House Oct. thI--one day only.
C. H. Coles & Son have a new ad-
vertisement in this issue of The Bun
to which the attention of readers is ** UU Il *
directed. They call attention to their ,, ..
line of glasses and can fit any eyes F
any time. PI I ALLI
Misses Minusna and Catherine Hamp. CPLnFOR SAL_1'--Th rt YsUo pasotline
ton, who have been absent for the tank. Ihnuire this oaloo.
past number of weeks visiting In New WANTED. k. th office.
York State, returned home yesterday J. POR SALE-Lot 100oxll feet eorer
much to the delight of their nuamer- WANT ID- 8 or aten-room house: West Main ad B boundary treset
ous friends. ust be tsos* in.o- a .desirable lo- cash, balance on own terms,
Mrs. F. D. Warner, who accompa. cationM J,_e_1tpn. wanted Nov. 1. with eight per cent interest. H. H.
nied her husband and a party of Address 0. Box 141, dainesville, acCreary.
friends to New York and the West, re- Florida.
turned home yesterday. She has had SAVEMONEY-Sell old FOR SALE-One DeLoach Grist Mill,
a most delightful trip and was well SAVE MONEY-sell your old meni 836-inch Virginia stone, ablower with
pleased with her vacation. oes. nd postal card to Morri o
Cohen, West Liberty street, ei bolter and elevator complete. For
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow, at. lks' Club, City. lrstelass aboc Information address Spking Park
ter an absence of several weeks In repairing a apeoialty. Stock Farm, Gainedville, Pla.
New York and other places of interest. tHER NO GAME LAW against
returned to their home yesterday. L. J. Knight of LaCrosse was among r Re I8 NO GAMnE LAW aCh al on
They have had a most delightful out. the visitors to the city yesterday. He anyone huntIn Plank's Chill Tonic
lu and feel that the trip has proven says the farmers are busy amd that Its guaranteed to cure alarts ,
beneficial. within a short while cane grimnlnsg chills an fever. Price 5 cents perI
bott'e. Ask W. M. Johnson. he'll
F. J. Hammond of Hawthorn, one of will be the order of the day. pro Ably know. M. Joh
the most extenslvp merchants of the A. E. Miller and C. M. mith ofbl no
east end of the county, was In the EvInston visited Gainoeville Monday. POR RENT.
city yesterday the autorumored that he They state that rain would be highl)j
hand coutractd the automobile fever beneficial to the trucking iuteresi IOR RENT-NICe furnished room
and willthn a fw doubtless have a new car there just at the present time. within two blocks of square; modern
or a clar head a tout eartCapt. M. Lynch left yesterday ,conveniences. Address "P," care
For a clear head, a stout heart and for Tallahassee. Quincy and other The Sun.
strong mind. DeWitt's Little Early points in he western part of the
RilU.rs gentle, safe easy. pleasant. lit-tati the interest of H, LOST
tie pillst. leVitt's Carbolised Witch 8tateto the lnteret of ducaton. H LoBy.
Ilasel Salve Is unequalled for anything is a heard workerr and is dog hbis ut
where a salve Is needed. and Ist epe- most for the interests he represents. LOST-Ladie.' solid gold hunting
clally good for Pilka. Sold by all drug. J. H. Vidal. Jr., who has been hold- Case "O"41-e Walthamanoveiment
gists. Inl the posltios of checking clerk at watch, with small scratched number
Eider J. T. Johnson has accepted the Atlantic Coast Use for the past nto back case X'179. on fob was
the pastorate of the Second Advent several monYsa. has resigned the same a RardolpbhMacon pin and half-4ol
church for the second year, having to again enter the University. The lar charm. May have bee lost on
announced hls decision on Sunday position is being filled by" D. M. Deal. OanesvilleRohelbe Micnopy road.
evening. lie baa been associate with who was formerly with W. I). Fagau Reward for return of same to this
this church during, the past year and & Co. ______
ha' done much giod for the chua. 1 Ladies. we desire to call your attend.
and his people. lion to our regular semlianvual open.
1. l. 11.1 left yesterday for o loat ins. which will occur at our parlokrs, -
in South loridsc for the purpo or loU next Wednesday and Thursday, to
looking luto the orange crop situation 'hich th ub yos u cordially lanvited.
He %!sitn that section ever)n a not w11 e xp to howyou tha-n ery latt.es
and always secures large, t.'nosi 'gnand Ie rat bargain u and y4 ||
ments of the golden fruit rw the await your insptction. ~ WV.
houses be r presnts, and also ship. L randAINIM OVXLL1
a great many to the local market. Miss Addle Goode. writing from the
1 RMoM els*ly n Hotelb- at Cpa A$ng0*. Cpitl
htaw *t. .h. 1. L.... h

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of b r 1Iftt. bal o ili. to the cloudy
condition of the couatr she ian.
able to ndulge la her favorite pastime
by sakpplxg kodak views of places
of laterft on ter trip. For the am
time la a hew weeks the s was
>ainng brightly there on Prday of
am week, w b she M 0nt0
a a-ese of itews .


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room4 .ti Telegraph office.
FOR W in f South Gaines-
vil section. Apply

FOR R. NT-Bight-room house il
ast l Oalnesvill. on East Alachul
,*L. 4~pp t August Wenske.
o0 .IJT-Three sxlrooni cottagesi
wilU .a Bod3qm Improvements' in
aBst Ote tile; $10 month. Gaine*

R REXNT-Vlaeeqom cottage ne"t
to Square; ectrie lights, bath., t'w
erage a"d modem conve.ie.(T.
Apply at S O oeM .
soTvile, V. J. hipan,. Manager.
Nie, coaefortable rooms at rea-4o
able 1"--. M ..eo.rs wanted by day
or weLk. Raitm reaoaable.

WANTUD--i tp iut barber trade
few weeks Inir rd; best pa.vitl
work WitblS ties t of poor mi.
cam have o, WIf mall capital:
waga8 ftOll &M weekly; won-
derfl" IgIMo ,t bers. Cat-
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