Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01260
 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 9, 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: VID01260
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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jly E d^h, Who Was In Tuom Modern Convenienobs to S Placed Inem st ot A
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J. H. t orW a long time was engaged lI the WVork on the clanes to be made in KIN9GS MOUNTAIN. N. 0..04 04. "
e f Wi mercatttle buainles at Lake Butler the A. C. L passenger depot are to h o t
Ctir fr Milled but the past few years he has en- be comment next ek. and It will etary it tie llOl1t1t. -
Cmpa"y be commenced next week,and military display, the m
Art^har S after aged principally in buying and sell- require some Uie to make the altera- to commemosfte tl .battle of Ti
Ritch atd tak- lg horses, often getting them in by tions and rebuild te office according Kans Mountal was deditted yesateir by
ng eff roves from the West to the new plans. day on the battlefeld Mt tOhis plae. N
1Fro 'i 1i^m t .Part"ker. who Is a new citizen of The new paaaenper station will be The Governors of NortM 1 totas and a
seems ti $shed i al bineville, was formerly of Bronson fitted with all of, the latest improve- South Carolina and ~1* WS* lt
hist labegla ^M8 i lMhad bat for the past few'yean has worked ment. The white ad ilred aid. bers of Congres- s 'ft. te
visited a the I various portions of the State, and a to h divide, h- *pr t s oidesnber o C otl gl ol to
depot e wO for manyT years in the employ of doors for entrance ad anit, wth toilet a large concourse. t h W
became Ib I lob the railroad company, acting as agent rooms aufflient to a in-ed the t Drest. 8oldie at thi sr imy
soees V got at various places. He resigned this travel. and of the NaCloal G rid of three a
Position to remove his family to This buldlg will be earned, for StAt whre pr a tbt to U
sadl, Iet *s*tp il ter. Gainesville, and later accepted a po- considerable spc is. to be taken the Colonlal troops wh f W" *d th w1
ft u MAtter sition with the Oainesville Hardware from the freight deWa t ld th Brita for i th
was overwt i Company and was doing a nice busi- ticket oice will be placed fthther il Kop loitla tn Otobw IT.l M
Late it became b ness for them on the road. rot rom wter it ow stands. ad they tued the tu 't the
dlssied ,ais. ParkWr Arthur Ritch lived only a few nlM- Door will be placed in the front of ROeoluton la favor of the Aimritsl tb
jut as he wA Line utes after being shot He was a the building on either side whesr the
depot, and his favorite among a number at Lake But- windows are now located, and doors The Kings Mountain Chapter f fth a
gln and l,. dect lo and leaves a wife and two chil.- ll alo be placed In the sides. The D.alten of h A 10voN. 0I
in Parier'ks"l dren to mourn his demise. ipreent large double dolwlay will be tlon had care oft he t, e o w
As moon could Parker Dies En Route.* closed and the ticket offie played It T ee. T i mp1a ltio was is ta
do so, It w P ulled Information was received in this the frort part, opposite the d l topen. vW by Hegy N. b pr ie t
his gun apd b t ball city Friday night that Mr. Parker died -.n;. ,. et Woford Colevl. Other speaker e
taking effect = iVl tel, while en route to Jacksonville. With a number of other change the' Ilnlded Gowrnor A ss t South a
which was to) lI other Parker is a young man and leave Con.at Line people propose to make Ost llas, G V. Kitehi Of t1'th >OR
rapid shots., aiA1 l e"t red his a wife and four children to mourn bhis tey illl have a modirn a&i- th uU In ISSd D.0, 1.1 f l ko
body. death, the family now being locate' tate place and that will be %i"h"6lyM 3054 q5II Mp, Qb i lu 2
Parkqr W Sed on Church Etreet, where they recent!) appreciatd by t travtf
onm f a fg o rom Kast GanoevillUe. Th vwbo 4ve bd baWdit
soned, wa ved alto s a mother arid tilttr resent poor. facilltles o'ithe iv i t m '-.*I w of Get
wound, plas llvisg Isa this ity, aid a brother vt.bo he vral ve'r., u6 A" atter~os of 'lese se t %I
lAne train is t resent In South lZirida. T"h tlI l Sb i i -
Jacksonville,V A1 remain were taken on to Jackson and made a strong plea for the W. A to ft e "o Sl eWe t t
ion that he waW t R to' tak ville, where they will be prepared and tinued upbuilding o( the navy. rMeil" of41 1 orti POW, iXMi p 1 o
the trip. rehipped to this city, but no arrange ILeltcranK to the remark attrllbued otaln mteN ll. l t
Both partles have tbe qpltlen of ments had been made as to the fun- .o Mr. Landis, Admiral Dewey rid. Dorla MU A At. I dSeeant u
I ehig among the, /to -on0a, eral, which will probably be held at of coume, what the former m eat a f e the
always eager to whe, they Bronson, where the deceased's father, that the navy would be eo0aWively M s13 oFr the lyric w% 0psslO e t
termed an Inabit. is tthe son Capt. Staff Parker, for many years a useless In tim of war without aeces P~od. and the vast w ian se
..f a prominent .0~ ae sad contractor on the Seaboard, is buried. vary auxllaries draws frm. the n singing titled by the nhead. Pe IT
merchant marine. The Admiral eq lowing the oration Sad the shit I
pressed the belief that ship b tdy h t matloal athm Coasasa J.
D., ..,__legislatiton o ld b W* I Webb andl ttol -eed t Ie-W.te li
not for the use of the word "ibsdft," tot Thel Uited Sta of Amers,
S which he said many people Mi as with patlott aerbh., t
like, because they thAe6 t that It ThW er th. w woted M
me nt to give sometbhis Sr athiag. y th t
8 "it r the Americas navy is m1et
Us a 1* Bquite so helples asM Me mlght
_________ _imaginsew from Mr. Landis' rtmu "a1
Sasert M uP s inmai the Admiral. We ohave 1* Is l
AUGUSTA,W t the a Ink faformation that a custom- lers and veral transports Is the
Shavw. a city p a.lOtl er there had a credit to his eacount service. Of course, thee wold W Ka TEp I
Iolitlcian, at It:. ot Tsme I Ueing thin information. Shaw garnal tb enough IB Utiw of war. and I bpe|
8 Gray. caMhler Mof. 1.agains sB1ed the O Acoast Gray, over the that we wMl o0Nt1a0e to add to that TO
blk. Pfor -sh g tak. telepbooe denounced *haw for the number; It we were to have a ar we
Itn effet. ta manner l which be asertaled the m pechase a m ean ships as we WASIUNTON, Ot. 9mm @
one Il a lthel g to Inormationd on which proceeded i might need-It would ofb e arme be a pMMiO alei a w in
c. Henry Cola.te M sa the garsashm t Batter. Sabw pro great deal tt we If we had them al a knt W 0 N a
10 at tonWOf.^o&e s de to th bank. He met Ory rdy.* The Adamiral dedlaed that eh N, a o sa m t f
ed Shaw. ,,,, a he *dMewaDWk. Oray owed toward the Uted tat ee ded a smadat aae be p > mid ba ti e
'il sad 1T m ea Aaw trawlag his pistol and asrt. ee t Mthe o s I 1 Oi l ft. b ee tof I
wtnd. 11ra th g a tbe ae. The ,a 'a" might pa 4sses as fwatnMi E fi 6
S las latemaM e laso ae. to the avy ta te
Thre Is wa at irit iaboreated @5 bead- Amiessa D-ng b the me* te le.0 eme agg to M eeates i
f***t. from Go iraB e sher held him without owd- a mael aerts, th t__
o k l brother or M^H BI~te t~l beet piaes to buy yo s gop. ahed steaily gad *iem-lS l to aime e Arguedae aS e l
elseioner wray. *t le stare whi invites yeo t addias to *ur a.sy. repbilg- the d -
^ shaw S tthlBS ad, in The SUN be shire with the sent a '1

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"- ,t fisrat fad-Dally Sun, $4;
for& Davi A $1.0.
t R works expire fund-Wm-. 9.
twroe Complar, $80.
r' tund-B. T. Arnow, &vis
rie ) Owens, $0; J..M. Dell. 40;
'M4ba Owens, $0; Eobt u. D
$5T; OGlnesville. 9 and Dlectrif
Power Company, $-0 .50.
SAMldren au Bn nt moved that the
4t0 t f *,* 0ee ,b authorized to exz
*l 0Wth t64 Oarden street,
If Liberty and Mechanic. Car-
AU fAiter moved that the city
A PWKihI a of the gutter on
oin ~WW f LItht street, between
St streets, provided
^ j r P ytr.m pfple agree to
4st A bwan Pher. moved that the
trof and ear the Jewish Come.
tWry e referred to the street ommit-
St t Invoeetgate.
SAlderman Bainett ipoved to refer
the oodltql at(f the ordinance Ppass-
W iaub-tvent to those codified by W.
L Baker to th' printing committee,
P. Q wer to At. Carried.
40 Ut"aa Plfad moved to receive
b ok. Carried.
s T6W9srWmUett moved to put on
|tt Ad W d to put the city
See waIon to keep up

Nin cC&oleI60 moved to ad.
a a s WHOt .arrie.
K 'Wd) 1itm raly held In that
Mab hhst ueaay night, s the>
te to e olmised as the first
so l b a tb state.

m-4me bat Inlt -scrap' With
SAMtth Nege Thursday.
A WaUi wi nego of Paradise was
0 te Oct7, riday with his
ukedl oeasd which was
Sh udat tihm mt h to bed
the m wil a tat h ckfrorm
'vbas hanslas.
patWit was tIes to Drs. Dell

.-__-. ewsl o W meWtW iaid the opeld

*t e le v .vmthem the xcerp
soe te raom and loo, om the
VW h IMeO 0Me oam be right
4 14 e to res htis latbor.
4t W"s sftrod tat he became o
eO 'ISa &cht With aBotherU aWIro
at that po;t ga4 te aUReo knocked
06t the O n.with a h&vy hickory
kb aftwards maklas his *g0pLh*.

Wow.s tes saUthitla sat "a mas-
-LOmW aa, Ttft. whe t"e amv
als tfe ftrl l as te t oobl wbeam"
-0- iesuseeimpakes sad th-
"""e at e. mWMe WIN
IiMU th6ib it givs tIe a rto tmest
aaa, tar at Mda. ali hsma

wp-.mwm~mm ew me vkw 1
w" wcoye kopmmw. It poer. Selb~y W.N.Jme.
a b weIINto er i mum*
a*of o m mSitvwi

bE ~ p Is bmbg aftwm hebe awv.

es~um~s wq ~~ h 't thk tht pulesmemom b

]NO vu

r rmedies
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Eaily operate and fueofeie.

HIGH in QUALITY. Wgs u can-
not secure anywhere, at -any? ~~"ahge (
Higher Quality, aid of Or~, iualy, ad of
Greater Economy in fuel, than t ARLING
RANGE. They have proved Bl. .*very test.
Every stove sold under a guaisnte

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The City CooselU net In a~dJouqW& 4
goo". 7Thursdm evesng at, I 49.
~p'mttCoblolkb.- Graves, Philor,.
at~m, clerk Dell were odord".
b1lowto i s' wr oho
fmfq t .a~5mt ftnd-T. B. Ellis,
~~IL- IL McCreary, $U35 to
"-1 'a t **eWy; H. L Owens,
AL &k.go"..- $6; Popper Pub.


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Company. Our renittaice wq made ~W 1
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Acopy i ofs Pearee'zs lqer arnd a fac-sitmile ol
its .videpoo th~L

Swife and bnefciary of the i
(Jer Policies No. ..2057-8 it
rifter receipt of pam of dS t


t our check are presented'herewith
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PHNV its e&:I'1U \T I ;fIT mII wr#ov Pn*pr4 fliianiwifl aid at. ti temp when it is m'Ist noeo4d.

Florida Life insurance Co., LOainevlle, Pie., Ot. Itd, t9
Jacksonville, Fla. ,
Gentlemen: I wish to thank you for your check !n the sum of e4600N wtleh ha Just bee handed me by your stH APIa.
t B. R. Strhipti of Oeala, in full settlement of my cl im uder P~ollele No 4. 36 f"4 by My late husband, Or. 9erf.V Pegs .
I* ofa of loss were forwarded to your office last night,, re# hing there this meeting, an heeook In payi n t tlememI and ftrtlde I r'
ldiately. F I
s t The dispatch with which this staim has been har died clearly deteneatrate the advantage of dealiHng with a f t" Gmpai *
thereby,avoiding delays in making settlements. *
Or. Pearce took out these polloe lees thae It werrthe age and at that time was IN pePft 'Hlth. "1eia sntmet i et
forcibly sho'a %he wisdom of securing pr loton afforded ty LIWk ~laurfn4t wheSn IA W IntW0eb0 .AeeMW40. 0
Your immediate and satisfactory paynent of mny selam ti very mwoh apprselat4d, tandw 0 m my abet w iftVe t f th .
tinued success ef\the tried and proven, FLORIDA LIFL. Very reesectfolly, .
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The act of Dr. Pearce in insuring his life wus a noble one worthy of emulation by every father, husb wd, i
daughter and wife, for the protection of their estate, their loved ones and dependents.
Are You Insuied9 Don't wait; datbh comne with ever" tick of the eloak. INSUR-U-doit w
-with the Fl.OtKI )A LIl FE, a home company whoe policies wrivte you perfect proteetl.on t a le osI t than ,(
ers, wlihoe hci.efit aire immediate, liberal and guaranteed in the policy. Our polidieA du all thlwy proper and
not prumi-e nnythi' g they cannot consistently do. Get a simple and compare it, with the one you have, or o
one you are considering, and see the differeneI. Let our aeni show you and be o eivinced that we eati give p
the best and more for the money.


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all Ink~x/l
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Go)4,* We a
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Final Hearing WDefe *rs ureeCor
en 10IRI 1sd
The bnat bearing In the writ or Or*
IW VWh& wasn used out by the at-
%Mpes ofR& L Owewil Ie homl
to ?Umaftaseeby tOw 15th CC the PrOs.
~ int. thetime avisg elapsed
writ W seso"out am the Zlad
mmd WNW s retursable to
~eg~.7s.wblh epim GO the
dess~ h. ow .1'5winawbethet
VMbe gtSatwa Dow rial.
0 MSbE ee low y bege n uOIi.S
'X~dwDovalacuyAstbofkl~in. md
Sa e bw ms aim.. attmptd to
am oW& b.betwas Prevented
PON"p IN d oa emumiOwlsand
A.0" aovis that he mwComl mit

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Pirates Defeat the Demft Tger In
Fin*t Game o fWHI.
The Plttsburg Natlooi Ld* teIm
yesterday defeateid the hVo sTipra
champions of the LIwifts UaM
in the first sare of the waWo elm.
lousaip inwlee by Cbe seW Sof 4 to I.
today t Iota P~boS. Sftnwh wwbe*h
teams wiJourney to mDW.WL obo
Thy wvil pkv Meday M TW .
ONs eat Wedaeafty they wIN phkfto
PttWbMrgo bmac kol t Da sm"#
Thuffefil7sgpme. The woo e mob
of Sevengmspm.anmd vIN181Md
number of gaMIn 60 "UN *0 OWLi
the Mou"61 0810060" e am*
th ex cy is whirlw fthe Io p
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mse .beqhtbe dlsvery a i~~all
**aUW T teatmospheric
Nw*~e 40 liarstwo' yons ago..
d"" -m sathoritles are
byrcipt of a
Igo ais thfath.y a aVs [4eV. oi~viJI*for Kimaopy, Pik"'e
OMMO. A hem Meon a ceel trae Suh ... n*. 01
-Niis oth tb Ofs a uypal.n 6, g arve~4:25p m

Axz yam. Ibey man ftrnish IpORVOUUsUvi 'or
hmuetmo. W b ff annot furnish ake City, Valdbetat Atk al p~N~m -:00 pm

-* meogw, Wh" aw a
AIWO a A. L $sb.W. emSupt 'A-E. Z!" g'

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oft *ihtUle of catybhn
*mayi. t"Is. luck a wip-
No POP%*a withthe coppm
It t what theyare~aytg
00 a a mkto for the amws
at theoutinum to tooe U.

In b- 0-tomail

W wo -0 dm we at
P~~ bWMasse The

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oftW eVirg"imf
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"M4 "mttea

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ow", OsretI* 11s ot AdAlftsttid
T~rwv#eti.*I whelp th at an Inteis
elung. an each. beOlwer's moni-
cry. The bottos bow the name of
the philanthropist who rovidee them.

Mr. feart ba@ got to nn ftr owto
of Now Yrk sawn, w~beth be Wants
to or n64t. sys The fbvafth News.
As lWisft~sa los WAnSteIn eawn
e&wih Now YorpotI is
how ftr iuaq wieaM has gr owSc
the tw tesfet ew rear it h
safesa*W-t NowTwnukrslsmhet
tap"n the emo.ro m Celiuft isas 4a
umt pn**Wft G iws w me t figeten
th* diiief iba hey"were sfe U107
by thet W esNow*Voi ulatc%
thlem 9tthey dfnt kwatea eat. To
tshewnos he de"eimirU we "a
Ilsat r bwws In- do#s M
N.msme o athu tun swe"el
eqarst',New STins we dfts
atReaM's feet sad OWN "goaah
ad ofhisbw sibow& no* a s*0

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owswfr ye rw and 0Is; rwmr
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price of e
sa tlduced many
to part with tq.
t cotton belt

& N. railroad d
destroyed by fire
icludiag some of tIML 4
and express pa ckAai .
,as an old one ft
ore small.

rstlne board of MId e
ng an ordinance,,"
absolute cleanMiM 6
es furnishing thb I *-i. Bl
It is a very exha
1 covers the 4tat itel

Coleman, superlaotodaett O
'etersburg waterw6lfa plant
suicide In that 0ety "51
iy morning by shoottg htlAt
ugh the head. HK leavI 41
sons, 'a daughter =af- an
her. He had bobb I 1I l
r some time.

dy of a white man
Fallon, a oontrctr t
.. a found oat in toM
I, la on WedneedWay *tern
I-.J on fine clothing aa1
Jc'welry, and was e.Zd1itb
inent family. i Ia
o indicate whether hbl 4eat
ential or Entt'tAI, '

Anderson, white, It y
ploy of the street
%as sent to the statlodw-
Officer Hoffman, his tfadi
bruises and cuts, bW)o 8' .
from the woVuld, .
not tell who 6ad givm
eting, but the belief ton po
K was that he had falle Ii-
incipled "sailor .14at1r,
-,portd to frequent the Wae
Pensacola Journal. '

afternoon a few of the t).
Iet Palm Beach who hap.
SRgazing seaward about

it a Md twetv.e

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I J 'ty 10o On* of Gain

I fet toa Iq1alb Phillips, whc
,. ere4fd to rest in Evergre
the 7th inst., had pr
e In Gainesville for thUi
etirin, g from #r"0
'y yeare prior to.,I
S was one of the most al
In the South, and one
ora of advanced surgery
I He was at one time preside
f. t tate Medical Assoclatlon
Florlda, apd his opinions have ev
Oen held In 'the highest esteem
".s colleagues throughout the Sta
"e was a bora physician, and brous
,. the aid of his skill, confident, g(
,;1 manners that Inspired confided
In his patients, and gave them co
age to fight disease. Blessed with
fine physique, straight, tall and hai







sole, he was regarded as one of thl
*"st strikingly distinguished looking
$:Aen in the State.
SThough devoted to his adopted State
I Florida, and ,keenly interested in
anything pertaining to her welfare,
qr. Phillips was a native of Misiselp.
having been born in Hines county,
rat State., May a30th, 1835, and while
le a child removed with his parents
, to4Jaser cpunty, same Stat. In i860
I 1 gra uated from Jefferson Medical
rCoi e, Philadelphia, and at the out-
.meak of the Civil War entered the
Southern army is battalion surgeon, I
a1lmith'p Battery, Army of Tennessee,
pt lQpqating in many of the most I
S8I4talnery battles of the war, among
tb~u the great battles in the vicinity
of ChattanoogaM He was a fine co.
vY eatlonallat, and many who enjoy. I Soffersd with Kidney Tre blea
e0 his Intimate acquaintance will re~- Mr. Robert Norris, 8 East l1th St aNat OakludL0 wrto
azember his graphic description of ~ We have never had any other medWete but Ptra I bom snela
Sthosere stirring scenes we have been marri.
te stiin sene. "1 suffered with kidney and bladder Wouble, but two Iaa th t a teaet
t Dr. Phillips was twice married. His with Peruna made mea well and strong m o a
first wife, who was Miss Annie Jor "My feelt k
Sedan, lived but a year after marriage: Io pains, but since she took Permna she Is wel and strong,
and lhe was again married in 1869 to ,* We seam reei mte g f I m ye d S ~ a we do, %e I0 me.
.iss Kate Jordan, who survives him. IItedtestlmelal, A elolwr tt MtI si 9fA" we m1 1 a M u ~r wa V
lFive children were born of this mar- I 'l ha s ru m e tet h'
iage, and but two are now living- O
Mrs. C. B. Wilmer of Atlanta, Ga., Ctm EaM ot t
adI Mrs. Lemuel R. Woods of Tampa, Mr. Ira Hennoy, airfield, Pre sto e Mw.O.'hliqek.Astwrp,Ohiowritei"
Pi a. He is also survived b:, nine o., Teas, writes: "My daughter Allie, after tel..;
r h. "I am completely cured of all symp.I there bott4U otf yer lPeruna, isetir
grandchildren. Ot her mreativesin this toms of catarrh. cuwed of mianl of tt-he head of t
State are: M rs. WW. Hampton and "I can truly say that Permas la the ears' .....u.. frecomme, l I
family, Mrs. C. J. Richards and fam. bestmedicie leversaw. I will aways leato saybodVywho as eatb."
Dr, and the family of Mr. 1. PF. Jor- commend Pruetoslimyftld te r Po a Is ma etafetred by the

eM pegav o have r lived ain Gai ns
Sewer so universally loved tad Col. lount' Visits a
respected a Dr. Phillips, and the Co W. A. Blount of P~as Ieol
loaInh oft the business houses of the a most welooIe visitor to The r* l
-tt all might attend his funeral office yesterday Col. Blouwl t visited
tIonImeate was an evidence of that In the more portat towns ofINSILLeLA
,oIte and rospectL For more than thirty State In the interest O his candidacy
tyear he was a familiar fiure on the for 1 united tates senate. and
Opee nofGatneaville, one of her lead- baking a good impression with the
A and one of her most distinguished people. He is PiWarded as the ablest
ditisens. On every page of her ahis- lawyer in Pipr ,tat universally
tory In those years his name will be beloved by the of West d Fler i IL .,0, P.Do.08711 0
written. and always In letters of gold. Ida, where be is best kaown. At
During the yellow fever epidemic of unanimous request of the Demo .. ..
8 hbe gave his services a a, physla of Escambia coty e rved ea "
liad, and was also a member of the ears in the State eauste, declitg
board of health. While ministering to rdjectito. The peope of Oainesvt e
others he contracted the fever and were glad to have the distinguished
Oam near losing his own life. gentleman spend the day here. ad
A consistent Christian, he was very extended him a Icrdial welcome.
Vftoainent in church work, and ws By a special invitation from PreOi .
for many years vestryman and junior dent Murphree, Mr. Blount delivered W. I. hm ".pgrglda
warden of Trinity church. an impromptu speech before the
Ilo several years he had been In student body after chapel exercises 0I. re Fl P ViesPIal
a nI health, and a recent achident. yesterday morning.
rislUg za a broken hip, hastened V
hi deadl, which occurred at the resi- IA Bsqe LSTurt Cshe
m* of his son-inlaw., Wylie Trvis pread before d do you
il Jaksaovillne, on the 6th last f good If you couldn't eat. What NodW
tu tely. nearly all the Immediate a food do a childwhom as oo as __
ers o his family were present it eaters it's storm h bt Is atm b
WIs lat Um 3tL worms. That's the resos per baby
O nds e. sortalearr of is ailis, ra., pasty f- ed sad I t .
ad who cherished 't gest Give ft White's Cress Veraftoa. It
I l" v up to them who WT. will exp the worms sad seto a a t 4, I r" 8Mi ts
duty wh a th a h u f the bi. bold by .u.JXa i, & a1 10.1 vL 6
u mit asa &wo. became g ILV. I I
0I, time I a- ar n da bo.d i" s1 1 <11F W
avei a I en, betiful life. l th that b

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Site who wraps the drapery teNds

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gaimi8 the coming'.e*
at prices never befo
equaled in Gainesvlll
Look through th
loa-t-read our ad
and be convinoed-
then see if you a
willing to take adva
tage of thee price
We merely mentic
while passing llon
the road of piosperil
a few 'of these mar
bargains which yo
would do well to co001
sider before buyil
elsewhere. L o o
through the great a(
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4kNs94Wt go ago*$a"o 4 9 and by virtue of a certalsi
finlue)4wres of foreclosure and sale
-0 by the Honorable J. T. Wills,
1448LORS'~Mao the Circuit Court of the
1.00Alachurn county, Isce
9tofn1elto Sth day o JuiiCrut osbFlordai
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so Anadsdllcames, will offer
so: *09 '41,60 0 PM to the highest and
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Oa~olqth ie & day of November,
''the eam.kil the first Mon.
Tajls i b. laIn 5514raft* dazing Ethe legal

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Travel in i1&,.
thwee days of raldd transit a parn
Oaph from a Yorkshire paper of 176
'aInterestlng. It is an accoUnt of 1i
Loodon merchant'. Journey from Lou.
don to Dublin and back. Leaving Lon
Ot oo Alutidn.y evenlag. the traveler
bed IJveriKool on 0 Weduneday
p)Orlltg. In time to catch the packet
Dublin. whblb city be reached on
stiaiay. During that day be trans.
cte is buninena la the capital, and
kit morning sailed for Liverpool. ar
_ivUSg there oun saturday. Monday saw
Back in LoOdoo. and bhi Journey
"Eomplete. having taken only eight
0*. "And." concludes the writer.
ileft Is every renaon to believe that
. will be poslsile to beat even this
pWrtfrmaDee In the near future."-Lou
4!O Family Journal.

"Generally debilitated for years.
Id snick headaches, lacked ambl.-
tion, was worn.out and all run-down.
urdock Blood Bitters made me a
well woman."-Mrs. Chas Freltoy,
Momsp. Conn.

It Brought the Judge's Kind of LIMht
to the Parmer.
"The late Judge Underbill." said P.
D. Browne of the engineering depart.
meant of the Southera Paelflc. "w&a
perhaps one of the greatt characters
that ever entered the service of a rail-
road. It was his facile dspusitiotn that
led to his being appointed right of way
agent by the ,k'uthber Pclflv.
"Underhill was all tbnlag to all men.
The ribald called him a reckleus,blade,
the learned called him oe at the elect.
and the good character declared that
the pulpit would have tbd one of Its
brightest ornaments If be had only
heard the call.
"He was the most suceeasftl right of
way getter that the company ever tad.
"Underhlill was sent up against a
tough proposition. There was a farmer
whose land lay right to the path of the
road, and he was coy -boat selling.
Underhill was Pent to Oe him. They
were out driving when the farmer
turned to Underhill and said:
"'I want to do the right thing. Judge.
I have prayed all night for guidance In
this matter, and I have not been given
S'We will pray for light right now.'
said Underhill. and, getting on his
knees, he made a fervent prayer for
the farmer to sell his land to the
Southern Pacific.
"Awestruck. the farmer listened on
his knees to the powerful Invocation
of the judge. and when Underhbill re-
sumed his seat In the buggy be said:
have been given light. Judge. I'll
sell the land at the Ogure you name.'"
-San Francisco Call.

A Shaking Up
May all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not when
It comes to chills and fever and ma-
laria. Quit the quinine and take a
real cure-TBallard's Herbine. Con-
tains no harmful drugs and is as cer-
tain as taxes. If It doesn't cure, you
get your money back. Sold by W. M.





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y;,;u *at 70a9t and av "1
It U. l r., ,n V" otetor.
Mrs. W. L. I~s Iebt o Arbeatr

S"o iaslls the .ia'itoo to the ity det
day. '
ee s r *tyles *ardinee (r

W' Whepe V to the b-ost aau den e
doom C.#I I *eat-pe-ooeppDtO

S" W'ilMs, AesadltI to tile Wty"

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'a 'ths Ardot weet Oealish

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38, f s spWte-peet for delmsrt

74utialtayNer has a neo
7- e Sm ugla tance thse vt slegh
S1%Wt Aonrtfd dowI-t-byu Relbl
4, X% e*d Istrated frs and o otion

ftll" .e ande 0 ell ya. w rs--
tMhur Doyle, who tiquite a favor
e owrta lanrte samber f 'wisie .ad
"" d arrived t the ofty last night
hr a wtM-busneset s or devtert.'
Ja'. JODewho Ms been speadiedng

S the Il~t ytewday. He his arm at
Mu e and looking after his nd motion

t reh arnved nto the city last night

f, t a hort bul nes vlpet. t
ass e and looking afer his tie biol.

alse Worth Knowlagee-Blue Ribboa
amlIa extract is mad. from the betI

tewh Is r aoad t teat St perfect.
0. L Logaa L N. JLAng both
prgreasive planters ofCalaers wre

S wie wilhere made athei aieabe ao at
thi- office.

gag. Wn business at High Sprngts.

city yrpterday.
Meet ye r Meteads aWat eincaghbr
at the Baird Theatre teoalsght. Tbey'
all be there to see Reggte Putcb and
enjoy the moving pictures and ilas.
trat'd mass Price, C and 30 cents.
Ira Pitta, wife and daughter are ia
the city en route to Tampa, where
they will aske their future bomte,
and where the former's father. CoL.
T. W. Pitta, ia egaged In butsness.
Ira has bee a the Wet siace tay-
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*r mast t I b~uintg .prt
&. W. ,l Wa PWld a fe of
AreA wrpea a 1m*M t ,

meting sIraei la tihe iy yesterday.
Tae the Il'm to tth spleit
did tbt st te bW At
nthe St Th6* t i IftL AJW il11
lustented soas, aid lst adpearmae
o otRog %ch. 0
itse0 m iSO haal, raIear-
-oAl Sti*et Di. Themes' betle
Ot. ThMe t a o ate s .
? or-braIse at once. Paint oa
SStar where t is uMa.
WIMb. U I Wartmans. member o0
the b5i 4 0: Ouatrol with headquart*
re .4&0te, eWM in the liAy yW
teday td orewt at the edOatigal
ralty St the wet houAse last aIN* t.,
the Opera BS IIt re.
wtved pesteeday a baismI
of I. behgehee-No. 1 Atot- ag
Come he to get good ru i tr
ltwet pde. Oavouraa Crdls
Mr. "ad Mrs. A. T. Keriey of PratKMe
Creek were shoppiag in the city *.
terday. They wew. aocompanled by
their two chlidreno ad made the trip
throah the country In Mr. Kelley's
new car.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Co Ihave
returned from their bridal trip, whiek
was spent ion outh Flo4da nad ome
of tbe points of the East Coast. 'hey
made the trip overland In Mr. oe's
car and have had a mst delightful

Mrs. IL mallboone af WUmlnIn
ton. N. C., arrived In the city yeter4
day and will pend the. next several
days here vista her mother and seI,
tors. She wa tfonrly Mina Wells
sad has a number of friends who will
be pleased to naltn meet her.
OCapt.. W. Carter, oSe of the pio-
neer cilsus of Mioanopy, was a vio,
Itor to h e ity yesterday. Per a num.
ber of year he was one of the nmot
active buestns men of that place aad
work a larse number of me wheo
he was engaged upplyiag roIk for
he JetUe eI
Mrs. . Atwater at High Sprig.
wap aaas the visitors to the city
yestra. having come ma oembted
hoApfn e4d ptemure trtp. .W haba
a deughtu who to atteandag the
private schoo tof Mim Tebeas and
who has now satered upom her third
year at this place.
You ed nAt be trvUbled to aay way
with the stomach. ic you will mplyI
take Kodol at those times when yoe
feel that you aned t KooIt si uar.I
anteed to relieve yU. II tt le "r
money wilt he reofned to ym by the
dragote m wrn whem ye, paeba, t I.
Try It today ea thMo guarawte. oa
by all drmlts.
Mrs. Newton Authey Cagsfm of
Gaonemsve. a. f t..o- t*heo
MiNSe 'm!l a6r am Of comereN
Ha W@N mean= ma. -S
assa w3 he f e-- e
Aeh ReaNdrifth emes hasW

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Sbest gpaiulated suar, (
1 fancy head rie., $1.
S good flee ft 918.75.
Arwbecle's cofe, 50
|ll otatoeu tpe, (t.
I r~l(ea s tomatoes. $1.
a* l was Oream for skc.
l'rawe an cream., l
# 49ds best pearl grits to 2r 0
citro, waterprontd meal, pe.
e sads best Sfour for Ms.
paqnds beWt flour for 18.4
pounds Michigan bUett, $1.
ftw eam cheesew. per pound, M1
ia h lih potatoes, per peck, 184-
received, fresh raltsn, cur-
lcitron, evaporated apple,
ebKe. prunes and apricots; barrel
o a fat mackerel; box of White I
* 9 e iub.

W. 8. DORSE & tCO.

Best yellow onions 35e per pebh-
C. A. Balley & Co.
h sirI potatoes 250 per peck-every

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C. <. Myerb of. the Coast Line car-. Union T le
peter gan was among the visitors
the city yesterday. "ONEY-Setl you
,I M. Hulme of the Van Dema .. d ostal c
Oepay, Jacksonville, was in the West Liberty
ty yesterday interviewing the trade. b ty Fr
,J aying your water rent before ch l-rt o mbut s alty
rTai* ..morning you will save the mat taken for less tam M O R
1 ~b charged for toUring water on 'O a le a.r.m -
~ la llade aV^ > Bw; rdn s,|... ,.a'.... .. "L- -,
aMe behind with your city U. Every word over ach six obxi| e. APPtroJA
S Watch out for the marshal. T. a addl al line CA t y to A.
B. Og, 8r., Tax Collector, GOraham T-Furnished r
usl t accompany anl order or Is kitchen. Inq. Tel
9N as Western at about one-half to to ie olumn .. -- .
t eo0t-that choice pasture-fed beef 4 sT C- .2a i- n,
t q1rtnd at Harrold's. 'A full line FOR GALL v fty water connect
lh meats. Send orders early. O ry.lon o office.
Xd. gasOR 8AL-Trty-alon gasoline 1-
"*. William o w tank. Inaquiro this office. *P,'.OR RNT-Nlce far
J, ,W. Wllitams of Judson' w O ----- las o'oo biockN of squI
a oan the vliitom p0 the city on Frl. POR SBALJ-Books and ftranltue at. e eAnaces. Addreu
d estates that the condition of a bargalt. Apply Dr. Parker, 70I T H tia.
*wtiou s dry and that rain is a Main stiet.:
needed to produce the fresh -.".-, T-Five-room
t eas which the people delight in OR SALB-Cheap for walll. ; electric lights
at o1to speason. engine, boiler gd iht head of good. and all modern ce
The last appearance of Reggle mules. A irihsl. Address 0 M. s at Sun office.
Patth at the" Baird Theatre tonight. Beville, Alachea, Florida. -A E
It youo haven't seen him you should M AfAVTMENT H
I6t misi the opportunity; if you have, F.OR SAL--1A* 1xi fe l1W~, V. J. Shipmak
t f t to see him sain. AIM ii- West Mal a and souadfr Comfortable room$
am p an& motiou pictures. Half cash, Ioance ono *f .1* *i* e. Roomers
Prisoss O and 30 cents.ml tw .: Rates reason
McC reary,.. .' .
& lawm, the clever traveling. rep. OR RMNT-One six-room
re- ta4ve of The Times-Union, was FOR SALB-One DeLoach arlt MI s Gailnesville. all
t* here b yesterday en route to 36-tzno Virginia store blower wIh s, at $10 a month ;
i SoLth lo"ida. where he will bolter aad elevator compltat. I cottage on W
pitt h k work for Florida's greatest Information address Bpring Park kt $15 per month.
uIWMpap. The Sun acknowledges a Stock Farm, Gaineville, ID. Company.
pleasat call from the gentleman. .- 5E =----
Dor a clear head d tsOt heart and THERE IS NO GAME LAW against --
trong alId, ,fW 1 UttlO Early anyone hunting Plank's Chill Toble.
Risor.ens, U% .pleuast. lit- It's guaranteed to cure mallar 'yet
tie pilla. DeW(#'s Oarboliued Witch chills and fever. Price 25 oets per n e g
Slme s lt t] mM led for anythiU tle. Ask W. M. Johampa, he h
S a le e and ee probably know. :a -
I d4l fY e two Sold by all drug. total

TraHI over the Atlantic Coast Line YOU PUM N
throub Oainea'v1le on train No. 3 Pro|
Is al on t 6 crease, ad as an f Af R fitted I
evidenoaq of t e gre number of peo. M UEAD E .
pie being arred through this city ..ften
to points south one Mas only to visit d you wouldn't either, Ift yo waig ld
the depot any day. Friday the Brown only ak your gwe for breal moede .
Hose ~a twenty passengers for din. by the Kelftone kty. a iBe e that "
nert while the lunch wagono were ye arcer do 't t try to Itt l u
also cleared of their edibles. boetht "Just as geoo." -
R. 0. Iafte. the factory expert Have outrwagon" t yw 11
tber Md pSr M o organs and pi- da"ly d e --Je
an&o who made his home here sev. KlEYTONB BAKERY, (,1
eWal yews ag to again in the city **m I* PR. T. fte, -
with the A. RL Harper Piano Company.
He is oasidred o e of the beat and
best workmen that as ever been in
the S1tate in ble Ite. For tuning, re.M8 T S
Pahtis atn gaItintleasve your or. I__!
6er wth the Harper store, opposite
the postho lca a ta" Tr
0 Specer of Alachus was a N0 00 WMET MAIN ST $ILSLS
visitor to the city yesterday. He
is acttaIg I the apety of deputy tax
i~~e w or High Sprits and Alach.
%a a behalf of Collector Dickintason.
and says e to meting with fair sae-

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