Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01259
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 8, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01259
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
 Related Items
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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tESlENT 'L-- IN N1
.the best little dit in lathe county, and
which is considered the best cotton
Forty. Years of Serv me. ..arket in "s Florida, is it W
| tton, whih the leare hodiug
Confers Degrees f or *bettr ris.R. d
Although the se wab oklly aSb_ _
ft Am .n Tl.n. o w l a large as it has bM former year,
t. -Ab men learning one thlg well and the yield a not seeu one-third. NEW YORK. Oct. T.-Willam Ran- ta was ad
as l au ru T s something of everything. He placed This makes atgreat difference In the dolph Hearst, once d4tated or may. was their.
Untiverty himself on the side of intercollegiate cotton Satuation and the two large or of this city by George I. Metlel afyor aplia
of a dip- sports as the only striking occasion gnnerl es looted at *at point have lan, and later defeated by Charles tour pea.re a
Straditios for the display of college solidarity. had only about half o their Utime oc. Hughes for Governor of the States, wa "I amee he
ns ttution for Poliies Unlike ElIot. cupiled In 6l3aSg the staple. nominated for mayor last Night at a former pollt
S&r He also stated his belief in the se- There are now upwardsofsomeif. a meeting of 4.0 of his adilr. Hearst." am
l d.- military raUon of the freshmen and of the teen hundred baloi t cotton stored ers at C0opfl Uinlo. This betlosn was glnst Mr. H
Eee.lla Irawlng together of the ties among in that section, ad khe fbrpils who laken dtpit his suth atve state woMld them
pt 4' a *ll borne the upper clansmezn And finally he are wise to tht toat that svth a short M t.Tunkyy ivewn tl In ,wlM l altttI In th
iiiiWdi li differed radically from some of the crop exists are holding ftr better ot be a eadtifto. anlotIes Whr a geat pubile
n sa d was policies of his Immediate predecessor. prices, while some eft he smaller ado"d direMting that f eibIt of yeI ow I
SHarvard's Although these two men. the new planters are disposing of the lame i*v be appointed to 1Mke4e40 for tbe I am now eea
entry head and the retiring leader, dominat- and have received satisfactory prices. na46g of an eStUre lty, eMitly id a aore Itao
With- ito ;a his ed' the inaugural celebration, the A number of outlsde buy r have t t borot which will be placed or mmt- _pl
nd writtea-irW grand parade of scholars, guests and been there and have made prices on lo noI n nation by petitei. se eo
o awee alumni through the college yard to the the cotton submitted, but the largest ast nllht's meeting was called, aso. h at
well in stage nl the mornag and the massing buyer in the place. who probably cordinl to Its leader, with a view "Justlee O
e arvarf Un0 of the variegated hoods and gowns on handles more than anyone else, is C. to showln Mr. Hearst that opiatni ner for the
realty mmed hs the stage in Memorial Hall In the at. A. Williams. and he ated to the re am his followers the old ad* the stalkg
aslc Ihe celebra. ternoon, gave a brilliancy to the scene porter that he had purchaned and pai pedent lease was so strongly in fa. leads the i0
on l utty with lavish which will last long in the annals of for something like $10,00O woeu Of vor of his runnsin agatn. alto over- bee placed
may men *osof Harvard. cotton during tt.o past few days, but ride oee his postuve deel o. spite of the
vttr aous prt The parade was vastly impressive, ali of this was not conned to When. after a haif41 "opes igs"' for lathe
te rs hi tribute headed by Ambassador Bryce of Great Alachus. t peecheo hbe was F lly noulnated cleverly frame
e t t. Britain and several other english The Consolidated (1imerr. whleh Isfor mayor. the moetia I r*eo Its cospracy. W
T*e T'"---._ a be-,scholars in their scarlet gowns, while a plait fully as large as any to be feet ar he apthovIma we oIla e n md .
i? "1? "M bebehind them came the scarcely less found tn th $tate. and the other gin- l
Theals o lloi 114y a o the b
a o e for n subdued academic garbs of the Ger. nery there are both fully able to hasw etraltlo wh followedh lasted twety mal o the
eaI ti a ,000 per man, French. Austrian,. Danish and (A all of the output, aed the muaomer nt before Ir t. A's oarse t.
the alumni Cuban scholars. American universal in which they hadle the otton has
ledge ew preldent ties and colleges also were well rep- made it brim a Ia the lint, f The wilp. t the v I lt
cn g he enthusid- resented. they are noted t~* Ilon g staple
me Tho Taft eonda Cgagstulatiese. that tlhAItr Ai I W ill
0"011 a, t livert ke y s land the elaid:wTaft, the Harvard Assocet ato at J oh
on s generally re th.arter, the silver key and the gold Harvard, H se, lratordonAve.
a rd e d -s o n s e a t o f H a rv a rd U n iv e r s ity h a v e b e e n Hro mdt H e.Min i s t f U d a o m o f
at. Loos'who h stW to Fly I A(
No .ea edag aal li. brought out lnto the sunlight. Pasath and from Adolpht s Smash el

,e trog ef eiaing university formed an Impre"sive creased his gift to the building td__
fnd s fOBr ateI5eeo al scene. ofthe GeAtalc Museum to 11111.
adershit his oaree with In the afternoon many alumni ~eet- he telegram of Preeldent Tft was WAIHINOTON. Oct. t.-Wth the wor of saes
iore loyal i*t o Iags were held In Memorial Hall follows: removld from Pot Mycs Vl., yester with Mr. Wr
in outl a it bM poleiee, President Telegrams of appreciation and fe gs Fmnleso. Cal.. Oct. I1M.- day of the Wright suoplaae w o ed ob. About t1
welll jde4 a meilf In flavr of licitation were read from PreeN t To Presidet A. Lawrence Loawe: I by the Govermet( to the new aero. the eniateod
greatly regret my inability to e0NveY dgNM at COles Par., Marylad. were helping
Sipersonally byl ceItu o ti you Nt weork of teaching gf hal corps a dels"te mo
ST a president of Harvard Ulverlty. o iers Of the army waO begu a ld as
lt L vt sM ncerely bp that yoe wi SeiW W aset. Wlblr WrFO In the Wrigt, t a
,a .a,- ..4~ samf Wl dnsldtrtis str-tor. sr oMl to py
n ^ to the leadership of the moeset Td meaya le~ nelm el ed Of l e b
exteAnltas ld w tets gthe p 41r p~a SmklO and a rew ae the
Ieumee of the Americlan NwIvere* rMeeebt heI of ""i4aIl FTday eam ."
_____ Uethe e me advamee In i fSret moter, the me
(Irt ed.) "WILLIAM R. TAPT." s t0 air mar be 4 lo 0 e pM y s .
The i Chrwa le gives i the ear where Mr. Halewas ati n Dr Cenwasg t. 1604" t J W 06 UeWi L ak
he toln wIt4 of the death of work slid to the tfrot, crubhig and P Des ee ru f t. Mie a a eeto we M i
LAvy a o 6W -4 A hbrrble aed. somewhat mutilatUing his body and Pre*sidyent Aerhr Madle sa ew o0te w l heu o t e e" wol
"t 'i 'mosandye saoedrayeaakingllSe1 eesda were edg llV0Wil0dwtMe 1 01". View NowsIt
ent oeW I .et y morn- also break his ne k.Harvardmoand that all r A r. By e w* I .t orM lao i ay
gi (S00 1 1:36 that cast -The car woale1aded ad the body arvardmien an wered tha t0 ofalee the ar1 b" WoM mas us a erity.
gloom U Ire toomunIty. was found, showit that de th wa les- Harvard. t were at 0 art Myers at the lewN the see0.M
C. Hal i or Wet. r s.tant.eo. A. the Oo Lme trta .in p
ofee & ~~ Aiim e met hs was rmnning at good eged, an the WOLu af n the n i 011V wae l m .' 1-N1"I
ne is din eig.. ars loadn wa lth umber we ale s- s that of Presie de M". Wright ow U"am tas am s"1
nae. en d a ra s at, the impt was mee Uversity f Sai, h s we a tS r the dt
heeag ( tbe, ade a sd tw wh w itred ha osa vho ste eil tiho 9 oteS so
;:: te >< l0
am O os" here. e was a member of the W. oh i ra"laoe aO bhea wam s1 he sW
n the f l~- ter 0.. W., sad had mrede many warm theh ** *stee4 b alie ,P1

Wacrtos serl a stIIsIets M
wi+ths the e sw c the en d WS ItIROTON. o. 1,--Wit h a et 0 i

are.o, ow" s e ah w e to he t s e ebm Ie1tes108 .aeN .r..
,-P-. dIanger was vryw-a. esab o e. t h w at te1 o m A g. L .aL
r.. th t s m. dee-. Dhe Ceemban ls.,lvesitgy, bar, N. Msm5any eOf the Am leam nti Mto W

was tow .t tboisabok, ofvweinia h .OOftg W 1U@ We S
.e, a wifed&nLOONgMOM Nspbft vr~f ~ wiia I Mouft 800 10 4Sbawd li th.s oeeming aI
We" = e aA-pp ume h im aiu i ~U I h 1 b I. imbs .
Orem rtaiOwuof I bb r Of lues; I -m-l6q I leIwAkss
vad ; WIM5ll f ~p a sop u. Odon on wr 4
of ON f' ; np

la leadithe

Sby WItliam Iven,
lepublicm oandldatd
at Heate and Ito
re a a Republian
teal oppoest, of
* Mr. IVa. "1 I
east four years a
*e reprfed hbe |g
New Tworkh ayre
m alamlty. Blst14 '
hve watched hi
insed tha there
N, meAe pm
the gbU; .sa |
rW Is Oarrylng the
gnan&" he saId. "MU
erae for Tamuaap.
set tikea that haa
before New York.
ludlelai pweati he
devoted hhself
Md "ad adroit
hereby t w i
-o he SUe f .

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0 beatm ml
Tb.he b"mald
on vitPaln 41o
5 proem"eso o
sot be rouse"

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thelat ad
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They are eon

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Greater Ecobomy o "
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nd sce tneivowla vft Ap aw th oi' a416 'y a hit

OmthNorI 4,aPis ln Wreoll i bes mr da a 4 v, ai b
e l Tloe *a toset o ft 10Ii' ft 1 6iO edmt & *ad S

Wr ae Jut s the fr d b u- wwe r ira we hIo at errttuIlis l ist or .t ICO d
dm m.o..... and Shoes

weitoth w that s wle bde.. ped. et o! e **se. eiB
"l ifui WI 4es Imta. N.T. homtatti cltet to he Rg b e the tte flt 5( O y
B MMti tegr to thmtu eWe,. oM--t nearboy a 'uu i.
toPttimtBa ee. Mg -- SidomethN m *ii'i 4Mi. ": "ss
,e. aVe aI, as: ot e
ACkto, Dean of Shool of Irucrv A PINW STOCK PAM, thie I Ured fro* 4-1 M. -e-._ fiaCW
tal. State IvHersIity; Caet, 0 . a a
ckh, general manager of the dcam. Vlgtor Sypak ii lowig Terms o thoeth my tIoas I Sid aot rest l1
palm, and Dr. J. L. Kelley, county G* H. G altks anterpaie. w*el and are. it the incrotae teBttau
Uperdiathendent. Archie Jackas- otureie Tha lay tired and vo t dM k we Cete ate
We haove jut heard from Tallahaa- from Matre wt)ere me was the ilutgt h ad the S t. s
Me that Goveror Ollcbrist will make is of Capt, H. Gatte s owner naturi. I at lenth UrowN aId op Puoce q
rAy effVort to be present tonight the es tock tar at that 1ey Pill 4nd they 'at the .
the Board of Control of the State Unl. place' Mr. Jkso. lays he aeve desd nWle promptly. I haWe else, iilS y^ .-
lereity "it arrive in the city this aft aw SneR thora cattle or pltry, been tre from bashaches ad plM u
WWoo to be peast at the rally. mad evewthlu o* the plaee to I trosgh M -- Ry IMtbey are ff-. !)e m
It, el p to Gaersile to 0bshow that o* W1 t w .d Gattait4r sterl I ts feell. better 1 rab 0
Ja edoantional meetn isn the most hthe Set t of corra itd v.et tV s gv Dean's Kidne Wilte #UCD U
popular .meelng to ben taled in our beeas Mr. lahaes. says he has ever edit"
ty ad not lees than o1e thousand I see tain Nerda and it i weM w ~gth as by all dealet. ro I
eople bold be present at the rally v. to bebot d what hi. tares ent ist'MIIt a COd. kt.
teght ,eaostratee an be done la otritda to Yorke sole rtr tV u~ CE
Imperfeot Digestion PROSPSRITY IN PULL 0>9 tllS.-Saf GVS"t MS haibaMv
Mean le nutrton *WIN SAYS Hi. i *Otig 0I
tls to secrete bile, the blood becomeshat t toadt ctI po-oe ed et gal

we- ulvorm t wi 4I Iase Itre to attend thue 0aal t. A Seqat Um.,Wi S op
tectiy this; it give tone to the atom f UI. ber oW Viio et ^tI G ow iT an nd OQpetm Ho- otw
i:h, lier and ideys, strengthens the Northern PadS ^ra illay deise good It r oud at Wh et. ed n
l ie, clPROM mnd im prov the camw th At iPity w- p as .M r n bed r nh aw % s whe a- -a rN aI er no I" oi
,ln tusesnewLteandvgorto n the Northwst ad t tet on a et Inut's taIn l eteb
the whole system. 50 ets a bottle. year that aeton would prlS1ee, Wands. 'rThat's the vne.syear weaby
Sold by W. M. Joharn. the beat pertid of 4f hItmory. W is stbge cro ss. pastyMtaeed and thi-. N-
Itt-Gih, sthas bkea an enormous eagCrattIla to iOtve it WhIte's Crtem Veamile. ItI t6 0
et there somettag wheoh oiny a that territory and the alotre=t Mae wt1 expelthe 1ra8s aadadteyaaatest-So
leat ad. eao tar yea sedayrt report that the thoussada o sew h the MkhM.. OMt by W. I. JAtewk he TSa hiM tea llrT

thead eh w
M utso persamu
, b carruopoB dit
gtt year precedlng
a earlier sl m m
r ana at itd gsc
I ii the carrtnt ee
I the total thus far at

ic -

s not a

h bIgh etate of activity
at tb month of 89ep
ow ato of report
berbof bales than
lo t U precedWlns tour
la.U Os. Trexas, where
1 fa thnued *Xoo&
7r, r. the highest of
aU 11w. when 1.008,84
W to September 5.
Of g1a t graln
by a most tnm
fe*port. In fact,
A7 o -cal




-.- uPtemur brSS oa
Iwo 70di4 G ea cditlo. repot
pS e 0t, The latter figure
lapiu sl.i exatemely small _
ilw, *t$i. ,tas -. OT sems
t !eeeeat^&ll ood deal. the
I o o ota. 0-16 '"Tam "
bket it iny convicted that
theits raoirat rat than the
le 1m better tdx w
k" t 'FTlcottoa OW. ft 1& 11611
l iMe diusped to show hile hand
So to believe Leave Gaineville for Micanop7y,
S1*levelf fbr e presi. Be cl point Suth.... ... ...S
.trh thiee thW MI.s of valuation the '
it R ae cotton r p l stn u. Retiring, arrive Sville .... .,. ...
S her narrow limits. ae aineovile fr 'Sampeon
4" Wt eew l I c Lake City, Valdosta, ahd
coaBde.,tO as much Returning, arrive ain e .... ..

state a i A. L glass, Gen. t. TrS
Iwo *" Oki ne Pi.
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Termn, Etc.
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M, Agent


10: 10 a
4:25 pa

9:30 pa

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Go' l

rmovmet. 4 the Umi.4 hi tearmrt 14ala.I ee'
;o~t u~ ~eftd R tb 'NodWt louth,-Es~t
th0 next twenty yVmmn. Wobe W*)34b*%**%0fts o4im"N-sof
t.2" years at 4 rqfimet or "Mir~e or a War-
Ggstjt~pseav me"e*! Or two.

'~"m iaa. theI Consult the "PU9pi'
-4oa MppeeOrs. It to;;em abl 001110 to 41a 400lm ae
*"W ~vplated eeg 5WUSho hs IWiMo' 0 P@i For detailed information, rates a
tota~eh~lhschmttb ..t m"e orvations, weyour neaedu
n.~eat t. hem. ~.~' ~'write to or cMR 01
________tie 0VSEU Is t"athe Iprp a e ~ Kb remlueeme ed msprealdnt
badness man whode *W4 6" o b uq,&AWFRTT W,1, ~A
use qalty f oos, hoqmL IttW'%W *vSO *m13 he 0p.TWerbed0A.W RIO, I
"M twgty of Sw~s. whoDiv. Pus,. Agent, Yrl
dpa" the. o A dsto bet Atlantic Coast Liao, Jukq
sdwho does mt 1t $* the0m
wh*At ha be, "de eals, bo~It~ kIw* VI
dm4 .ml~ is omp~te.to131 the I*.herW__0 SSo
wMt the public that draws a f the 16AL
eueweA It gMOW 1VON"Elebei
UWM meretheIese dobt. kb1WitOflUM lLe71lmet"ose, LmTthem %.,
uw w rec. twese m .1 a, W. LP V1 Air Line R
am aft -"VWWW i aaNow
W*Ywereve Wume u taaierererf tpus uatths VAII1AM. COL93133M mWUN SI
rafted tase, lmpmanylaw etlrndi 3U5 tn
an extead" ft", an CaveCre i ae i'l.eiat*
reely0 u koamftm V9 in
fto stemthis fe"tathHaw$es fls t""r owe Is a
-puf MW msid esm or ShQickBMW" If was'VWNG
60 a publimamr wenr1w a**oe@f the bedt PhYaleAAas Isthis Two_____________
SMp matry fr et Yom d Is a frdgla
I80pow erlt o.Its composed of the EBO R
best eales knowa. combined Wfth t*e
mm s a I aad s beat blom Ipiuiers, &comeg lr4 h
t do&MM". "MaY homesthe mucous surfaes. henort
onbl theo tNowotgrdlst
"t, ON s*ONLY
rJ0#flvf ONLo Ll NE
47mmiebs wwit


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-Aturs Gift


t ii V^_ 111" 1

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was Your food4lnhkwhs

I io
;~ ,a tf li

making of Cottolene insure its Priity.

Sfty tops of The Sunny Southland's cotton the

red, the oil extracted, refined, and made neutral

odor. From Cotton- flId to .

never touch the oil from which Cottolne isa.


e .the source of Cottolene with the source of lard

Sour own conclusions as to the comparative clean

Sy, and healthfulness of the two products.

by THE N. L FAIRBANK COMPANY, Nw Orleans, AtUlants, Nw TYork.


>v Eustis WIl WIM ig ted
city. Yousm "ag Hi% t
)m progressiag .
SI. Hodges has mteIsed
Lake City to i i ne' x-
rm of Hon. 4.

oks of theb utMglti
agustlne wU 'W
quarterly by A.
Ilwpaniy of MM

ws of the


all the 01w
proximity to IN

110. will

M~t-d the

*t Argu



p~ Mae,

brated their crystal wedding at Miami
on the evening of October 4. The
aair was beautiful but simple, aad
the happy aomple were the relplents
o many appropriate and costly pres-
eats. Mr. Flagler was among the ab.
eat friends who sent telegrams of
Coonratulatloas. I

.Although there.are over one tiou-
edad atalls at the Moncrlef Park raee
traqk, Jacksonville, stable room will
be eare at the coming race meet
.ih commences November 25. It
will be the greatest racing meet ever
heM in the South, some of the best
homs in the country contesting for
th handsome purses.

The "wets" have filed a protest
with the commtliloner of Dade coun-
y galat the calling of a wet and
dry election, charging fraud In the
seuring of the petition by the tem-
perance people. The special commit.
tee to which the matter was referred
Iave rtrommended that no election
be called, as many Irregularitie were
40"d In the petition.

WUUam Horan, 60 yearsof ae,
addeay Tuesday nit bout 10
ik In Pessm la faIJlitg o Wes
t street, near Baylen. when
Strke of apoplexy setsed him. He
wV d whbe arties who were but
hrt- distance away reaebed the
t fw tarm. The body wasu p
So r shipen t to theold home
otheo doeaed In Birmlanham.

A tal OCM occurred at the
I l- O, at Pace, Basta Rosm coun
Iday afternoon, whbea sorema
g kof tq posing to ll, was
Sby eapin steam' to such
| a that he died early Tuersda
T b deo ssed was about 46
"A Ga cate to Florida oaty
u t ase froes w lloxz Miss..
6p- npow resides.

a". a 9 in1as post "rtKm.
two as& hav-
wbatIs kwn
wbich ame the
p(rI sA ud the
n '*w two arliter7-
sppmea be-

for treatment for an eruftloo whieb
seemed out of the ordinary. Treat-
ment was administered, but 4id not
relieve the casee. Capt Ooes theoa
began treatment, and found the oes
to be "creeping eruption," web bhe
states Is caused by the egg of a horse
fly. Photegraphsb were made qt the
arms of the artllerymea, and ta-e*
with a report from the post ,r-s ehe
have been forwarded to the dpart.

meant at Washington. The
states that authorities on the


state that It has never before bme
known In t hib tate.
Millions of Stomache Refuse to OS.
Their Werft Properly.
All over this broad land milllioe of
stomach owners are betin held In
humlllatlJn subjection Just beeasue
they areso stubborn.that they will
not accept a fair. square and broad
minded offer.
Life Is short for all of us; It will be
shorter for those who let their stem
ache go from bad to worse.
J. W. McCo oum & Co. have a
famous preseriptkn called MIll-or a
they believe so thoroughly n Its t I
markable curative power that hOy
say to every owner of a dastremed
stomach that they will fuaraMtee WM
o-na tablets to cure acute or hehnte
indigestion end all stomach allsaeta
or money bek. and the price Is Oty
50 ceate a tory
And still there are stubborn peego
right in Gairnesville who won t a
this offer but conMtine to suffer flem
gas on stomach. beleing of SOW
food, stoaeh palans. foul breath. dliD-
nes. billommn e ad headhM Smut
besas- jst besese--thBt's a.
there Is no other reason.
MIi-na tablets stoU dyspapelsa -
In fve minatee; they ctr se obest
cases of Iandieston sad tra the M
Mtomach lato a mew Vms i a ,
w-o- m M m- M"
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feevwl at this pete closed e V. 1.
eoday naigt of lat week with t'
ohu ,.t reed ead Ree .
a f -mber frm, here ha 1
b# ttedlag the revival services
boM held at the Methodist church at
Mrs. William MeMUllta and children
attended the dinner given to Olae
Tearwood and brie by blas parents as
lat Thursday at Melree.
Ben Luaphis of Osl0a0tlle spent
Seaday with his parents here.
James Lumpkia of Jap tpavlle Is
ruhis e pmUe t ls wek.
MMs Belle HO Is peoudtng a few
days this week 141 Memse.
Mr. add Mrs. A Ve ed Earte.
toa oa Moeday of ths wLee
Mr. ivi e JMeMaenifle is here
this week vildthas J. A.' raM.
R. Montsomery srost the aret of
this weO at hbom.
Henry Davis of tfde piete is on the
siek ist.
Doe Tyaos and ftally soved ar
here from Wado last week. e Is
eamaed to b bted sad Mrs. Tysonm'
valid iter w my W iHb them. M
M bm maemwsiJ to har bed fw Me
Poo twe yrv.
Nal" ofeOslo.
Ntles s hbereby vire that I have
this day sod the saee *f *rseMalm
aead t i t tie btaMi Ms M
West Iubvrty atree to A I Aro
WhoO owI esee the bouom" d bso
AN persoI s lidefted lto eme W
quemted omm wI me.
Oateesugle, OI L1T. 1tus.

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beps ys enow tat le em1 v
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