Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01261
 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 10, 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: VID01261
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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Savannah Market Firm With a Hard-
ening Tendency.
SAVANNAH. Ga., Oct. 9.-The Sea
Island cotton market has been firm
the past week with a good demand at
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a dninedh prices; the inquiry was for
all grades as be, corieelveg Nothe '' "v
old by People of Haw- i, go, ide a bi co i, onoh e wloss Act IB R adoi Cty
present crop. Sales were liberal, and
b wrdeedthe market closed &tm.
Crop accounts are about the same.
' .The ecinsus report showed 1.826 bales
GalnM B 0~ ~Company, for vault, $285; Dr. J. I. ginned up to Sept. 25, against 11.457 Last Friday night while some ne- o.lug." Job
of Dell, Jr., services at jail, $; G. 1). last year. This increase is attributed gross working for the Roanoke Brtid' Ud after o
day fL aronard Co., books, $34; John Rob- to the rapid opellng of the crop in Co. on the erection of the new steel e of the
the tax rts, coroner, $3, John Roberts, wit- Florida, and Is not Indicative of a cor- bridge across New river wfeo mcding the ro
havingness, $18.20; John Thomas, service at respondingly large yield. The Oeorgiasuppr at their at the tr He
adjourned, inquest, $3; T. J. Strickland, road crop Is turning out well on the oare p. end of ong BridM, at voice aud lYa largfew mtr
preset t .i work, $1.50; S. M. Davis, road sere- The South Carolina crop Is said to be called out of the darknss, "ArtM ao w Mons
O.P.. W.Ices, $15; H. D. Atkinson, road work, materially under last year. the ngere rk o th a the pd, a
$3; J. W. Malphurs, road work, $3.75; There are gan omplnt of the n th who wn I the Mot dI
Gain J. R. Feaster, road work, $58.15; T. aannah trade being handapplt ofby e of theme, ho wah the t t t ha h
board A. poke, road supplies, $13.50; Bishop. under-avannah trade beinghandteri ppeor b n In his habdo t wd I ryad C It
with I5 Hfarrison Co., supplies, $2.20; H. C. under-elling of the Interior. pan in his and tue "to Cha.
Summ s. W. Parker, supplies, $29.20; Gainesville 8ales for the week, 2,539 bales. see who was talkllmi s eeel 0 lhboth
d J. P'. Hardware Companyj iuppllee, $3.15; The following prices were based on load of shot in the het a i M h l bet
etin be l Jg Book Lumber Company, lumber, factors' quotations and are rev sed e go. and the n mother t a tio M.
of last M$29.79; O. S..Mercbant & Co., supplies, weekly on Fridays He hurriedly dropped the fiNg S e apy.
ed, w$ho 80.88; '-Z. Williams, road supplies, Fancy Floridas ........... 24 to run. and got a load of sho t aboutthn fi
were asde; 4 : $8; J. f 1Slocum, road work. $7.27; Fancy Georgias ........... 23%24 elght ineb. below the sm all a dro to
S. H. Wht1 e paid 0. L Feaster & Son, road Eupplles, Ex. choice Floridas........ 23 back. The much peppered darlky ra y mo 0.
$. M. Torley, 80; $36.50; W. D. Bobbitt, lumber, $9.75; Ex. choice Georglas...... 22%Q03 Into the swamp, followed by a mIate amAtt bo
Sherman, $80; Bell T. R. Walta, services on road, $3:0; Choice Ga's. and Fla's..... 21 31* % who. In the act of baking a hbo ake One of the
one Comp "A9,4.,C. Meo Baird Hardware Co., supplies, $1:L.05; Ex. fine G's. and la's.... 18 @19 had been peppered almost as bd. and had on a Ik
registration S Mrs. Town of Newberry, road tax. $1701.0: Pine Ga's. and Fla's...... 16 017 SOveral other who eaaiped without was hangila
eeper, care 40..miil 15; C. Town of Archer, road tax, $117.67; M. Corn. Ga's. and Fla's.......13 014 injury. Nine shots had b Rred home where
rren, game wad L Clements, road work. $3; C. W. Sum- Ind.quick Tha
the follo paid mers, services, $10; N. 0. Matthews. $5.20; R. F. Bowden, feeling Owen, Mr. McCato, ~h miUp at"im at red ieh
pport: s$5; services, $50: J. E. Thrshber. supplle.. $12; W. F. Harris, commnissions, and Mr. Jobhnon, eiaate a o the la
th Jones, $. $10; $3.80; Robt. TerrelL road w (rk. $rt.: $1.0s; R. L. Kennedy, sheriff Putnam to the scene of the shoUtiM as qdlek'. ?, a N
Colson, $10: & $4 ; Benson & Son, road work. $(.2:; T. county. $24; John Roberts, criminalt l a they owld. but could ealy t boon R ~
Mitchell, $3. ':t-' R. Waits, rcad overseer, $60; A. Syl fLes. 1.; Johni Thonmas, fJee, $7.15; a glimpse of t.he maradOs. MrW aloottg. as
the fb. paid: vester, road work. $2: J. W. Metwgr. J. A. ailtilo. fees, $1.11. McCain told Mr. Johnos to takd a Sts that h
ville Gq *l wer road work. $1.25; F. J. Iannmmond, sup- That the following amountts be buy and go to Lake etl for a w brid
ht $7.{ i4,iM. pMee, $8.25; J. W. May, road services, pa.d comuilsiloirrs for road work: J. deputy sheriff, While John on was eutnptane*e
V. Dicon $16; A. L. Webh. supplies, $22.50; B. J. La,,pit r, *, 0; C. W. SW, naorA Mae McCaln heard a rumbling noseand
SJ.b. jlfeotn?,, F. Dyees, real work. f~.4,i: .. M. .y3. W .a;.. $150; J. P. 'Town. abd thop a splash from the dl. C t an d
; J. W. M drug., Thigpen, road rcrk, $6.25; Hawthorn send, .-'u; J. Townased, *dadg~c Mretion ofl the ddlo of br t the ontridge
W. s. Bre ,45; Trading Company, supplies, $23; 0. $1.2; P. G. RAtenu, feed for pIraot. "whe1J-e me bkhtold w 1Mr
uille H 4.L I; L. H. P. Cannon, serrvee,. t4: T. P. Town. era $210: Phifer Bros.. Wa Supplles, h1m tO drie with s littleme as
es, sundie, | ty of sead, services, $16; N. A. Matthewt, *4.11. C. C. PtdrtLk, wore. 130.40. and e "m
gville, water et, $i4 ; P. 0. & Co., $19.11; J. G. Dampler, $3.50; Gainesville. Fla., Oct. .
ey, service as a h C, 101:- P. S. H. Wienges. transcript, ($.60: J. 0 The hoard of County Commiss=on- S k e U
nmwsey service Nica $t70: Dan ier, expehnes to Lake City. $3.50: era met is day with full board pre.-
Mason, lunatl Ait M J. 0. Powers. summoning witnesses ent, when the following orders were W-
'l uade: I patrol
^, ^: T,"fl That Ira J. Carter be paid for erv n
A .4 Ices at inquest, $3.70; jurors and wit. of
ventb Kil"led ___"'
ven.t o lilod nesses, $12.2o; 8.GWynne. Ill W0U V iVo,
44.40; ira J. Carter, services itoqueg,
'0.N jurors and witnesses $SA NEW YORK. Oct. .- The reMogel. a miners fril
ira J. Carter, services Inquest of .NS -nation coi mittee of the b Sibo rd Air WU be
|u j llaes U '1y H urt w I W sre as cn staba.. e, ;, ata. lito .u ,te me1 r s
,imons and Neamon, and witm
'3-.20; S. 0. Wynne. same caese, with the board of direstrte lcarekd ThIeSe m
P'EKA. Kanas., w Jiseph Corey on the freight jumped 9.20. the dircof'r to to 10l lMs09r0. g11 m W bU
I's were killed sI6 rIly as soon as the air brakes could be The following order was made: Three diMeters. Tbheme Ry M. M tIs
ed in a 616 iiew a set. The Mexicans were not aware Whereas,. there has been a petitum New York Majer .LD u t R8* dee tnwhrd
ht rain and a el t-_im of the danger until the eaginemen and flied with the board co IAIla one- go* d V ad Winl A. GrWftt of so d W.
he Atchison. Toep~mid lata trainmen ),Joaped and then It was too fourth of the qualified voters of ee Norolkn VL., were Mst t that a le, a
Iilroad near hereI sO The late for many of them. tion district No. a praylingf r snoelo be feulowlig wm eoltted aA gar. when I
art eleven Mexie4m f WSe. The engine on the freight ran ovet tion to determine whether eld dis. their piso eand the three positUes to 4te l t
fore(men and two-6 or of the fat cars comprising the trict shall become a spI'eal tax roe d : Mr. WhUt
Atchiso. TopetIa andS a were pinned down, and it w.a and collectiJa a district road tal" r eheko WuMai., J. WOts $wo ferer wv00
ital It Is believe of t serel hours before they were ex the exclusive us" of the poad tree fatally Injured d tees, third, the number of l iof Jalgs. lU e *e
e work tra ft M It s said therrock was caused by district tax to be levied and em0a1 A s at 1pweeeet mm8Med t buW *ia ts0
it with afty e mew of the work ua d erd- annually for the sec"ceeding two d gw si
t ears teS and to elect three persona e

X nfhr DwN d l i s l Isi Th SuS. 'ekvtlon be heldTouesday. Nerembwl a w" FC
wad16, 10. ad that the follow f iew,
perseas be and are hereby apetdAf
A. L Webb. C. C. H ed Mo N K
That e olowg peruses pa

crlmlasi o.*: H C. Sealey. $.U88 iemn wela b be leM *m Agar of.
I. spIeaer. 3* 7; M. A. wieW. s were u ,lMMd se m. *w as N^
$4a38. I. P $h as 3. 15; 5. e.JO wt 5e i.T1 r

a lnc tolwed .. 0 from Mou se; ga 3. Wynee. $1,45 -_,
rt CaPtwi bg UId, 5 g S--e e,

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roNtalgover to the north
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drove into the shadow of.
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Sliglly Colder With snow.
WhOe youe ee that kind of weather
foreaut'you know that rheumatism
weather ls at hand. (et ready for
it now by getting a bottle of Ballard's
e0w Iaument PlFest thing made
Srhe Omtlsm, chllblains, frot bits.
W Sad uifLoints and musnel, all
a pa. SK w0 and 01.40 a
$1. byIVW. .IJtLm-.

So.. e...* a....... .... 10o
...................2. ots,
.. .. ............500

ItpreSents a fair ration
for a year.
SO5Mt people eat and eat
*ow thiunnr. s M& means
V 10es1io and l o t0

i's Emulsion
In OUrishing
osf meat. YourPhy-
Slan can tell you how it does it.
M' I W.. Name at pperamd third. for Mr
eLbastlit &isaMX Bk *nd Child's t4keth.Boo.
ten am'm a Good Luck 1xrun).
& 0 A AOWNB 40 Pweal at. Now Yatb

4MiD Ab9Winf up at practice every af-
Lt rteo. The prospects 'of the team
Sa M to be opd. 1Six old men are
Mbtk, and noany of the new men have
. football experience. The game
st the Gainesville Athletic
b, although marred by many tuam-
ble and by. lack of team play. showed
with a little more training we
14 hase a good team.
-.tea tM club has elected the fol-
OIffers: B. D. Rader, presl-
et~; V. Wilson, vice-president; P.
secretary and "treasurer. Sev.
4ral new courts are to be built.
The Florida Pennant staff are ener-
In their work for the paper and
us a creditable Journal.
0Salally the entertainments given
Sb the young people of Gainesvillle
havTe been greatly enjoyed.
Shape) services are betng conducted
Ste vi roua members of the faculty.

Large Number of Priende PI*W d
Remaln to Cemotery.
The funeral userv es of the late J.
H. Parker were hed from the f mafly
residence Saturday afternoon at .
o'clock and eomiluded at Evergrees
Cemetery, where the body was laid to
rest. .
Mr. Parker, It will be remembered,
died from the *ffets of a plstol iot"
wound inflicted by one Arthur Rite.h
and was being taken to Jacksoavllle
for medical treatment at the time bhe
expired, which was Just about twenty
minutes before the arrival of the Itrae
ln Jacksonville.
He was a jowia man prominently
connected in Gaineville. and his death
in this manner Is deeply deplored by1
his numerous friends.
The Galneville Hardware Compamy.
with whom the deeseed was connect*
ed as salesman, Closed their place tof
business during the afternoon, while
the Gainesville National Bank was
closed from 2 o'clock. Rev. P. R.
Bridges of the Methodist chutch
preached the funeral services, and the
home was filled with sorrowing frsei
who had come to pay their respect to
the deceased.

Philathea Claes, Attention.
Members of the Phllathea Clan of
the Pirst Methodist church are re.
quested to meet at the church this
morning at 9 o'clock, as well as all
young ladles Interested. This class is
an auxiliary to the Sabbath school
and is doing splendid work.
The newly elected officers of the
class are as follows: Presildent, MGes
Carrie Dean; First Vice-PreldeMt.
Miss Alma Fennell; Secretary, Miss
Kittle Carlisle; Treasurer, Miss Bete
Goss; Reporter, Misa Mary DaCoata.
It to In time of sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's Uinlment
can be relied upon to take the place
of the faWlily doctor, who cannot 4at
ways be found at the moment. Then
it is that ChamberWiaa's Llalmet is
ever found wanUtWg. In s se of
sprain,. cuts, W *oads id brelee
hat berlan's Liniment takes elt t
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*SO e tMHee of J. A. Je"e e

taste e 'ria 1 the early pan 0t
Ftday ver taINgr eate4 r e e
e. .ri J. -*4 oagia detpted
by hie wife. who the stoe I.
thn orf htU froMa the pHoe before
he ad weeBn-d It aes ayatla
of vatae. a *
Mr. qmw was away at the time,
#ad htb wife hearing the tote nla thb
adolnla reom ofer tbose, began an
layetlgalaon. rumnalt upsa & big
bleak Derm who lead his escape tram
the bomee ant wa' henmend I t he
stable fr a shortt while, but mbatSed
to pt "t before aslatence eawt u be
*eeWrd. Had she been preparel tor
the Intruder, she iould have ally
shot him.
-Or. Teek Opepe Dental Olrte
At(huitlon is directed to the dental
card of Dr. J. D. I Teach, which ap
pears in thisla issee of The Slu. Dr.
Tench was formerly engaged In the
dental businvs in Galaesville and at
the time he was forced to leae here
on account of his health he enjoyed
a most extensive practice, AttWe t
abence of several yeWs W eOsta
he has tflly regal ed tis Y- ie h eat
has eAstabished hls M es th e 0Or
ham b WldMtan where he will be Iplet
to meet it ol md cMatwre A fitm
and tak care of the samA the p.O
eral pubicbU to th,,detaMl Ma.

Mere Than bit~tiuh to T- Meeh. *
To maltala h amise mm
or woeanS seed lust e S6t
repr the wOn ae aid no* meep
o body beda. ke habtlalO. sp
e of oa&ore ted Un tio icua0y0
ar these ,rpoeew he rmfe eawe
of stomah trbleas, rheutiM abd
wi tftWd16es1e01, re yoer diet, let
lewe aad aot apeWute eatol Md
low a tow dow of .Ohaaemaal*a
A"h mad Uvwer Tabets sad MF"
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ass it via.to "aftnrwi" a r L ,o p-Prices, Term.,

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it *s Aout theS ltq ue o.utl uese. sthe Sasib too *a. *0 LeU U Coave Gainesville tfor tt.aim ,
Be* tssia oes A Lake City, Valdo aoth 6:001
This s eabotsmi t-e 'pte oer t Re turning, aeVe ig * * 9:300
JB416i e ya w TA.eg LTt deta ile MIopifo ao 1 T Hand reI
At2eihtho mosey ha be so rt ap ae ,

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hu es...mnsII w t *was oteke t witt. 11"ll. Lt* E v r

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" West mway not be whally thtete -w meet e tea emt what hbshpOsI
*ay' eamatry to thoe pemust a U-:. SthItak s a&ed@ sad e e.. I 1K#M
i ." the mamFtam I ther. t A L
Zhe tot to tAe LI i 111 i Rs N*.q. S EA B D
ase ttace Mto th meheat --t --- Of ansS M. v-tA .
to *tha I M eb r te t as ew"@@ our ILK *A *Wo. LTht ,, -4 -
I tor esayrPe of S ts daitoMe"oal *o otfe* am A. A1 Mat 6k% Wtefte
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an e"L OPeme ^to ShWp cub. ..-.- softf -11 ewe

mw o the 4 oe mts the y1 w meof the V K w oe n to a& ER
lbe M *Met ,M e db tosl hee wa.^e eDh thetty a1, -
mom" 5 S" M et h. ammi w. a r anO Wto a, M ,SEABOARD "i
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to get tai*o
their may 'A
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sons of -
lvannuee CoO6*
the Stepihi
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called a

In had

and the
ing bells.
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IN iiimwIwa,,twi
of MGWIro *0-4- owth
Y's best
ed to Mr.L
On last Fr~~~~mI
to Mr. Waltgr7
Caroline 01111, stk

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are co W5
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a s taxes. I1t1 os ,7
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Smos@ds .nMUtaI the ins Enavaelled lBeds; te best
Ow aosam aW. Rol" der f wo
so tis t NOma4de mde w
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1w Im ~ Calb'las th is4"6 uchas ed Croat. hi
E~ W. 057.. agle and Victor am.du
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(f aSOO. D"NseseHT

wom'klesm 8d INs m*@'lIIb~h
C~M the DIMour Dining oout A.-4
bosom"b5OO'an un to theoo.
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SURPLIS .............

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W voylee a mCellmW oure Splendo
Attractions for Coming Week.
SSome splendid attractions ar book-
ed for the Baird Theatre the comintag
Seek, which, togeth0 with tbhe pq
't P kit zion pictures an4 Illustrated sonag,
LBy ydia E. Pinkham'swill urni .allthe. ..nen tha
I r people could wish for.
Vnetable compound On Monday, Tuesday and Wede-
SGatdier, Maim.-" I have been i
8 suferem from organic trouble "
and severe female(
doctor said would
have to go to thl
hospital for a ii
operation, but I
Should not bear t(
think of it. I de
r olded to try Lydia
ePnkham's Veg t
etable Compound
and Sanative Was
I -aand was entirely
cured after thref Pe
moi'h use of them."-Mr. 18. A
iW U sR F. D No. 14, Box 80,
SOaMner, Me. ik"a "l
S No woman should submit to a surgi of
at operation, which my mean death
until she las given Lydia Plnkham't
i Veontable omnpo made exclusive m
Sly from roots and her aa fair trial.
This famous medicine for womet
I= for thirty years provedto bE thkI----'-"
Smost valuab i tonic a nd renewed ol o
the female organism. Women resid.
ag in almost every city and town In
t United States bear willing test.
oiy to the wonderful virtue of Lydia a!
L %nkham's Vegetable Compound. of
0 It cures female ills, and creates radi. th
wau buoyant female health. oIf ou
r iafroil you, rown ake a selw nua
those you love, give it a trial. o
SMrs. Plnkbam, at Lynn, Mass., h
Invites i & eick women to write at
her for advice. Her advice Is free, pl
a jd always el aful.

Charlie Morris and Family Lose Home oo
and Contents.
a Charlie Morris, colored, who lives 1
near Kanapaha, lost hil home and con .
Stents early Saturday as the result of
a are which be claims was of incen-
diary origin. The house as o: e of
the best In that section, having been
erected several years ago by one of
SJAbe Northern fainliies who Wesided
there at that time. Morris lost every- MLLL VALxENTEEN MOORS
thing n the house except the organ,htsadoubleb willbe
p en his 38o' fg burned. His wife day nights a double lbilmll l be ofl*
was I the city Siturday solicltinl aid, ed by wVoyle & MeColum, the y hav1 W
"n al The Bun to thank all who secured Mr. Harry Wama vli W
Sktadly Contrijuted to them. She Vas ,
i tla~gt h pain as the result of -t
steoplnag o mnail during her efforts T h
to save some of the furniture, an i
was almost frantic over her loss. I
SSheriff Ramsey kindly assisted the Ba
Woman, having known the family for b
several years."who he ""ts are Indus.OR
trious and orderly citizens of the. b
neighborhood. Store AN

I. ainesville,, Frid. We wish to call the at- s
Dear 81ir: Here's the one great big tention of new home4ook- MI
fact in paint: ersss well u our own ho0 o b
avry Job n palnan Devoe takes IN s
If any oe dohub ths statement. .31 FURNITURE T RE ii
here's the proof: is now putting on display "
u. may paint half his job levoe. the the prettiest and most up-,.
ether half whatever paint hO Iikes. If to date line of Furnitue U
the iDeve half does not take les gal- over offered in Gainuuill. *
loss sad cest ole 3 ey for both
,ourstruy, goods such ua zlgx Art a
Sr. W. DgVOEaco.S Sqa re.in Wion, Dd
P.S.: The ouasosno Hardware co Brusels Axmlnsters1 I* m
__ ____ -ain, Ores, Daltox, sad 4,
. p poroc. l- to the eye; Lw.

i-e heir U*y. Bird, g Xfr

M DH. oefe
T. W. Shands

CaM& A. TbA

t of spertor ability, and Mile. Val. deats of the soeK 6bt hehbSl
teene Mooreoo. a lylngtrapee per. d4 tI premautlN a pi., -Wug- -ts
rmer, and In addition to those oetb litary quality ot the Me0 "t4 k-o
veral rete of plctures and Wis- added Vle of ra ifty ot t 61 wN t"
rated soan will be added to the pro. uo expem of uaotrif of te"" $owel%
nm. or the I ftabkblo ame of the btL
In poking of Mile. Moor*'s apW The play "Mt. Dao" li ipred W
areano at the Majowtle theatre Io a aetably gv4 ast of y WI bll .a.
cknpavlle, The Metropolls Meyst ea at tb* BalN Theato re s rt
ast night was the Birt prmetatmai October 15th.
the regMlor bill for this w sad
i.,. Valemtooe Moors, t & Itess fue SOS in ,
aute act frm the lsidls ..ollesua.
Fs the farst mbeW the propap,
ad her work 0n 60 Aytat trap- to
o of the etUresa t thWias we' INP." ,IA
Messrs. Voole & M.COpl%" witl try *
e double-biUl the earnag week as
experiment. but ,stae e pu poo) -- NOW OPEN--
Oainesovlle have bee soooes rml At mr, l"semal MlIIIry P .
hem a good patromage dArtng theo I WMet oo mt NiteN.t
at two weeks, or since t09 opea lagqet, Oing g"sHI0 P00rggi .
the theatre, they feel pmosdet that ,
eir *eorts to give them the beat '* M Ak _
ttractions to be soured will be apo nt '
recled. and that the atteundwa eash
ght will more than make ul ftor the
itra outlay itn oseenria thoe t..

Nor Thu.day sad Stetrday f aght
her atratl of a high o~er Will __
cane wUI be oea ped by ,t "ft Lr. W1

nmalbe Jao6i of se to o We PIsf

AmU,"'a J. BW te.oomsi, e a
bw M IoM o oan of t- L-
holy ridep o th e te 0 lseldos I
hioe r I is the Siuth. The
,r. few who aW N aqualted wit.
is powerful dellses(tl of a mos.
sonatiag s baraetr. sad thisAatW* uter
it lie sot aleola tim &e .but -
Sthe Northern eiM "nas wl" A
-out iaquiry at half a do UI e 610 hu WO N f W ^
rset of the New TYork pablit- Stjr:
ranews devestoped the h t that a
opy of "6t. ise is rr* oi n* the
wives for aere than afty at a *tt 1
though ach library psAMsees ti m
re to a d40es 2opl of the t0ak
ot eve* the *wrs of Dik or Hea Raull if
otn ma WMers gl nM. athrve
bs Ir f gs v1... s m* P N
iwe to u a. worWOW *s W lat elaliiI
eman ebarse study tes thAt of Jt
it. tmo Marrr. *b owen ir ly diWllim we g B g o
swat by ist ases fmfthe below- y Wa
Ie 4u of bi. boyhood ladm a o c r4W esra.
ti tvem hi meOWn oMllty of 0t Bp t ert &a Us l0 4
ater sad prsedee a ae U w le W Ok .
a osEm s IS mamn s Isis. t o
Neatlo 0am reotss o toa h m s s
6mast oriS a*sp-Bbasad thmiW

at ka!b eam No mTWO 4110S o S
&Wd O e. n. tas k Uas t sess f4 NW id

Mis Tebe'u'r
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WIWhIn 1we .p wi
-, m ~.opthe -
~ *pe ww lstot~.t

Thoea 114* With the
ii t A"Afet a I Mpa oa
bl hil mes, eotitue the Pro-
l an tor thip iublle d

r dathb in the eaie of the
SteIs .the lat year aw
by the statistl on aoMoldats
will moon be give out by he
ael lhrvey. There were 2,4U
s killed mat ePar. This lea
of of more than move bho
a oopared with st. About
T" hundred were taurl4 JM
This is about the mamne ustr
'in the yor precedta. The taitMIg
Is the number killed ie moreib
Spart to the liUbt throws ou ln
Idas by the upfelat of the
ok batoh b a tthe Gol o p%*
Survey. In D)eceabw, 11, thee Uw
lr four dltutros ptoslai aI
te hundreds of tlao were killed.
frult was that O O rene took the
up And provMdd for at iW.
t Into theo 0 08e o( k i

Whle d the Weat mayp t be whloyp
t easar's tsatry to the propoest
At shp subedy." the satagosesm 6
Siral mta t o ttelhe M rent
Armte In that t u has b iteeetuse
I ee fatal to every projew to its ister
Had thbe WW tema RepUsUM
obWM soni efor ay form at oef el
al' e tabce to Ameieus shipping t the
Oul trad,. the seMttey er a Proe.
S9Nan ple IrtaMml ag as haveb*
eaMed. All Western Rpubbe.as, to
h o eur, are not opposed to alp eub
d y. but mo .as, of them a% that
ma ealitlo with the eOeert tohey
have o htherto esetatted a taer
losatable obetaet. Ia the West there
*num to be a ral tage iorsmed
to tbheas ad wMb a Is protetu
are artrws *o taas the are crre
a the loweMt rUate. ItMe d
Iats bhIr tJ UeMte Mto
VceM V to e *eVH by to a-
W tt it nt6A bat eaw el -

a w~l~iw hA *took
~~~i Okies c~heaa ~uiiat.

f4for ents

,LA r~w OF SUP

Om in e fois the40Vok.
art;gowto.he*-A, W~d.-

g4liilofther mten^orale.*

toboet nalng bo

crsftOre teautumn
-r o r~ Gmaybe tU krt 2M.-4 Jo
~SIt may be taken 0 ~
Op ImA* esLt9AI .4:25p
vTRY of Iam p~lI

.~ Bgrn~hg~ MIY. *9:30p

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MYW42. a N A YM61bs

Ifte wan wtae-kimwit% L'113hsue.,U,
INg Is "tAM"*bm e loekelW"t i
ad"'$ofire fsItf W.the tutr.4,aSol
ftllawd a ps hkh Wb(.b ud W'moral
*'ior 315)00 r. ou r stfrh

a these of wide dissmiwnl. T"k Unit.
Oomfederste Vetesnn ad their hUs-
dred have tOi iislven the
IMAW oe "me, tIs. so. a eaeUMIAL 4.hI..W N
aOmwever-to teriPm p on lsto

the as er partatasf the id
se"moey to the undert~aksngIns at a Fordtsl
tofryall t Umil1"ioa e.Tte waft of *pa
"W OW "bemosy hassbee" slow. ft e
to gmOtef gto ftow, uimevrteWo, wem.mftfm re"ds
tb a sme sxlat ". swm~prtvopsws.A .1

OWwaftof g.thptay t be pola few

oft of 00peaMWo *sa tdo PW htWPS

abhbObvab to.
gosebra n am'ms tosbyrn NWW
ilt Ummal qUmem It ftdinM4
Won s Ore. a IL bu

Vrewj toe I smi adaO esm

t" Ue mhee at U10 lmbt SE

awu "sloaw a ft~~
mAw f t mm a m a
,les. Mf "f c*f

Si~~~ lbe W st

bsult the ut lI

44 information, r=tee rea.
101w, seeyout flmet Pont,
writsto or adlt6-b"':

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THE IlAILY SUN: iA I' E Vt IK., FAODi. A,'OTBBER 10, 1909


is estimat
Million sq
fruit this

lins Colle@y
sel ssiOl -
jes.day u

edge PqepVl
y riders" t
iess irlva

k three-yearl
tes in St. Pl
er to get tW
father may'
selling to a,

bhe sons of
Suwannee coa -t
up the Ste"h.
eat preparat1~l
the coming eiM

brown Clerk 5'^
Llted by RolMl
rber, at H
hit. Seymou'
)ken and his b IN
son Is now in DIn

'he commlsslonsl
ve called a wetrl

on the pi

bells. 01




^~ .

, eotioa to

tme re-
ilssy 'to
'e over.
i ar-

I the

-t Mr.

to Mr. L,


May all be Vigo
Its are co
conlesg to chills i l
ria. Quit the
cI cure-BalalWg IH e.
On no harmful as
ln as taxes. Ift 0t Mars,
t Your money beeL by'
_________ ^ .^ :k*

~i ilinjat
YOU have
You'll them



st iom "I
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Vegetable Compound
E ardiner, Maine.-" I have been i
Sufferer from organic trouble
weakdess. Th,
doctor said wouk
have to go to tht
hospital for ai
operation, but Il
could not bear ta
think of it. I de
folded to try Lydi
Plnkham's Vcg
Stable Compoum
and Sanative Wastl
cured after there*
S li.' Fse of thea."--1B 8 rA
pn . No. 14. Box 30,

Gardiner, Me.
No woman should submit to a surgi
Wail operator, which may mean death
, until she has give Lydi E. Plnkham'
Vegetable Compoun, made exclusive
ly from roots ad herb a fair trial.
This famous medicine for womer
has for thirty years proved to be tht
most valuable tonic and renewer ol
the female organism. Women resid.
in almost every city and town in
the United States bear willing test.
mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia
. Pinkam's Vegetable Compound.
It cures female Ills, and creates radio.
ant, buoyant female health. If ou
an ill, or your own sake as well ar
thloe you love, give it a trial
aMr PUnkshm, at Lynn, Mass.,
rnltes dll siek women to write
herfor advice. Her advieT is tree,
ead always helpful.

Charlie Morris and Family Lose Home
and Contents.
Charlie Morris, colored, who lives
near Kanapaha, lost his home and con
tents early Saturday as the result of
a Are which be claims was of incen-
diary origin. The house %as one of
the best in that section, having been
erected several years ago by one of
Jhe Northeran families who resided
there at that time. Morris lost every-
thing in the house except the organ.
,ven his bbft89 i burned' His wife
was the city Saturday soliciting aid,
04d The Sun to thank all who
kindly contributed to them. She Was
aingc'Odthb paln as the result of
stepping an A nail during her efforts
to save some of the furniture, antd
was almost frantic over her loss.
Sheriff Ramsey kindly assisted the
woman, having known the family for
several years, who he says are Indus.
trious and orderly citizens of the

SM. Gainesville, Floerda.
Dear Sir: Here's the one great big
S act In paint:
Every Job painted Devoe takes lwes
gallonmstan say other paint.
If any one doubts this statement.
here's the proof:
SMHe many paint half his Job Devoe., the
ether half whatever paiat be likes. If
S as De al does not take les ssal-
Jans sad oest lees ey for both
eOt ad abor, so o .
YTouns truly,
SM .W. DVOB co.
P.s.: The OIao l Hardware Co.

r 'a NOTICe

16 a 1WofN,~ airAA. D. 1I.
-M&,M g the mlse
.... 4 etieewsu rsndeos o the

A s dsr ofte Ebstate 0(

i,74ftwmo. vi.ieo"
4h bo 1090

Ir 1


Voyle A MCollum Secure Spleldid
Attractions for Coming Week.
Some splendid attractions are eook-
ed for the Baird Theatre the comiag
seek, which. together with o mhe
*ion pictures a illustrated eM ,
will furneih all* th kmuement that
mur people could wish for.
On Monday, Tuseday and Wedhee

day nights a double bill will be offer-
ed by Voyle & McCollum, they having
secured Mr. Harry Walman, a violln-

The ..

Big Furniture

*--x^I - . . ---- -" ^., *

We wish to call the at-
tention of new home-seek-
er as well as our own home
people to the fact that THE
is now putting on display
the prettiest and meet up-
to date line of Furnitmu
ever offered in Gainewvlle.
We are receiving daily new
oods such as 9xl2 Aft
quarn in Wilton, Body
Brussels Aminnsters, In-
grain, res, Daltox, and
Matting, all very pretty md
plemI to the eye; Mm.

pae and Quartmd Oak.
B", Verim Maris and
Eoanweled Beds; the bel
Spring ever, w ig
noiseles. Our Mattrm,
sh as Red Crome,. Wib
Eagle and Vitor, am th
towntalk.L A full liem, of
Hwodod fl oke t8ui1
Tables and Chai or bt

an an to the AW
lHin Of aBaIeir

bdrK Palm&(~

60" idhle 1"I

TIle .iesville

a. ~ a

t *4.

we FM Frhito burstbrh*rb i
Urn Sfffi~S hjilgpwfth

M. H. DePas
T. W. Stands

HeRan Dvis William 5LUtsw~whu%
L"M~.L elmRoetDOuwbord
Jo" P. Taskom CM& .A.

U UlllllllrrII1J

ist of superior ability, and Mile. Val-
enteene Mooree. a Lying-trapeese per-
'ormer, and In addition to these acts
several reels of pictures and ull
treated songs will be added to the pro-
In speaking of Mile. Mooree's ap
pearance at the Majestic Theatre to
Jacksonville, The Metropolis says:
"Last ulght was the frst preeeatattoet
of the regular bill for this week, sad
Mile. Valenteene Moore, la a ift*esl
minute act from the LoAdom CollUsea,
was the first aanumber an the progam,
and her work on the lyin trapem Is
one of the feature s of this week's bM."
Meassrs. Voyle & McCplium will try
the double-bill the coming week as
an experiment, but sinee the people
of Gainesville have been aooording
them a good patronage during the
past two weeks, or sntae t e openlag
of the theatre, they feel confident that
their efforts to give them the beat
attractions to be secured will be ap
preeised, and that the attendance each
night will more than make up for the
extra outlay In securlag these attre.
Por Thumday sad aturday might.
other attractions of a high order will
be offered. On Frrday alght the
bouse will be occupied by the "1.
Imno" company.

Fae"i 1 J oevel f K vans to Prc
dused at the salrt.
Augusta J. Ias' famous novel, *
rae," hm lo been one of the m
widely repd.hbooks the Incdldeta
whloh pe laid la the South. Their
ir,. few who arW usaualated wit.
this powerful delineatioa of a mos.

tascinating character. ad this later
est lies not alone In the Siatl but
in the Norther cttes as well. A
recent Inquiry at half a doses of ~hI
largest of the New York public iNbrry
branches developed the fmat Sh a
copy of St. lao" is rarey aO t
shelves tor me thas a day at a tiU,
although eoa library peessees frol
three to a dosea cpee of the beoo
Not eves the worL of Dika or
of t an more widely read, sor have
those maters of oaglsh ltestmre
gives to the word a mere la t
buman char~ te s tdy taa that of
1. Bmo Murra whoee early dillue,
ioiaensty y hsl A an d4 te bterov
ed hum of his boyhood Is e a re
action from his oewa soity of atdi
after sa pro se a m INUe men
of a i mdlehmam IWm. He re.
ara tols sad rMetwam to Us we
better In auJll/I d thnrIgh

as r Wdsmdso r r te wd lei

dents of the novel, but he ba msue> <
ed In presenUg a pl peem ieag (Wbi
literary quality of th"e tvv ep UI
added value of rapidity of atole., wik ;
uo expense of eaerIfAe of Mlol eoole '1
or the indeftable charm of the book. ,.,)
The play "it., UIlo" nlterprted t n
a notably &d4 east of Mayre will bi
mee at the Baird Theatr oe Friday.
October 16th. .

The asu sAe w iag ear i,

At Mre. MeOeWtmiek' Millinry PM
lor. West ide COurt Huse
quare, GaIlnmvlll, PFied&s

Dr. Waldo


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itains no oil srj
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. ,unday school 3:30 p. m.
Service, 7:30. Rev. C. T.
t .wUI reach both morning and
6eBt (Christian Church, Elder J. T.
-Preaching at 11 and 7:80.
ot morning, "DIfficulties Re-
amd Praise Rendered to God."
blt ,ct,. "Election and Predesti.
"L' Youn0 people's meeting 7:15
i; subject, "What Can I Do?" Sun-
archool at 10 a. m.
SPatrick's Catholic Church, Rev
y. Lynch-Mass will be held at P,
Isk a. m. Devotion of the Holy
*ry will be at 4 p. a.
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a sure Iadication of the a4
o the dC4 ease It Chambei-
gtt Cough Remedy Is given at ouct
Sthe eropy Coumh haU appeared
w prevent the attack. Contain.
a poion. Sold by all druggists.
An the--- T P _

% e"g WW assWed WUU 4 On.
-"And What arm you here for. m.n
frIend?" asked the visitiof pern o ot
M tIamate of a reformatory.
S **Caw* I can't get out. thank you.'
.fPild thie vlim.-lAdles' Home Jour-

x. -Your cough annoys you. Keep on
hacking and tearaing the delicate mem-
b s of your throat It you want to
be annoyed. But It you want relief,
t to be eured, take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists.
The Honoymoon.
Mack-When were you parried.
Dyer-Just about six check books ago.
[ Out last nglht? Headache and nerve
a"s t hs morning? Hieks' Capudine
yim, the thing to fit you for business
a head-braces the nerves
ll t 1 "At dru. stor...

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S' eoIal Items ofM the Pity.

Knox hats-up4to-date ad found
y t at L. J. Burkl '
SFor. ,ale-Thirty-i lo gas.l ne
Inquire thiw e4 .."
Double bin a the 1Ad Theatre
amt three gIhto of this week.
My line of WatlkOver and Stetson
Sail shoes s attied B. BM. Tenoh.
;' Pay your 'water rent and save $1
l T. B. llsl, 8r,, Tax Collector.
4, A big lot of mattinf remats the
sa week. The Big Furniture
served to your taste at they
id be prepared, at the Olympia

We son &ayt way that Is satis-
to our autzmers. The Big
hurlture Store.
Mr.Ne. 0. W. McCall. of Alacbua Is In
eiy on a vista to her 6wth and
aIn North Oainevlle.
Syou want your 'work done right
to us; it not, sen4 *isewhere.
X leau Klub, 'phone 340>
Mpooey talks. Come and ee s* be-
byinag elsewhere. We have the
The Big Furalture Store.
fut and Boetounisa hoes for men
always In the lead. We have a
d line of both. LA 0. Smith.
ieure's What You Want-Blue Rib.
Vanilla extract. It goes twice as
.Mad the favor s perfect. Try It.
YOU are behind with your city 1-.
Watch out for the marsabl. T.
ar., Tax Collector, Graham
t: We have boys' shoes rang n lan
0r for elsea I to 6%, from 1.i10
V ;-every pair guaranteed soUd
pMAWr. B. M. Teach.
SIsle. Mooree In trapese work, Mr.
aan, violnlat, illustrated songs
Uthre reels of motion pictures at
Balrd Theatre Monday night.
Sunday Qinner.
Potage a la Rouennalse/
1WWled Brook Trout Butter Sauee
Bell Peppers. Slid Tomatoes
me. 'Celery. Young Radishes
Queen Olives.
S, Roast Loin of Beef au Jus
ked Domestic Guinea Poultry
Cranberry Sauce
^ Vctladellas with Piqusante Sauce
liubaies of Chocolate
Babayon Sauce
Virginia Corn Pone
Asparagus Tipp on Toast
ba, h Pea. Mashed Potatoes
Steamed Rice
(Chicken Salad)
New REntand Pumpkin Pie
JPeach Ice Cream Coeoanut Cake
S "Wafers
Mixed Nuts Layer Raislains
; Tea Coffee
Dinner 1I:30 to l:30.

to= 6 Mia bal -e la Tn ittpee

When nt d, ba bttIg ow '.. ,
cro- wilAte. deiye a- r aih t,'
ahmont I-
Hon. J. A. Roqb ough 4K i Wdl.
Wheis In douth pJrt oow theR

shipment tlow-t on W, akle
Honra n A. teRotylefo h W. ndor.
mu Nell -empity left yetowdayl
nfor Ja llor yetr.ele o6l;spend,
twlor. Lf e. odays i AaL M
e worth $8 to thois -week a
vsipement fl, this p aer, od aokit
*trapo In late styles B. K. 7ench.

the ntxt few days vls-Png Mitd.
It's worth m8 to you dto red w ad
yort inent o. this pd er, d o don't
overlook it. Gatoesville Hardware C6.
YOU are behlad with your city ".
Wne. Watch oeat for the snaiel. T.
B. IIls, Sr., Tax Collector, sraea
My $1.60 esiold shoe for Mlu,
asles t% to isthe best l. the
world. Quasateed solid lether. 8.
M. Twbaoi
Ask oar wnetdoor w elshbor walk
wik -you to a t.. the beastUl artn
squates-l tlhe o-at the Bsig Form-
ture Store.
Notice, ontlemes-Pone 84-
1180 por moath to dean and pfes
your clothep-sad we do It right.
atome Kleasa Kub.
We have the agency for the only col.
lar that oan be worn on either side-
It Is the double wear. IL. J. Burf-
him, exclusive Agent.
Tee, Lbles, we will dye, lean or
press that lat' ilnter's skirt or sact
and make It look like new. Rome
KiSo Klub. Phone 340.
OTYSTERS on half shell, oyster cro-
quets, oyster stew and oyster try-
the best style and service awaits you
at the Olympia Restaurant
Don't ais the performance at the
Slid Theatre Monday night Big
le bill In addition to Uilatrated
songs dad motion picture.
Some folks have trouble with their
fret, but if they would be wlse and try
a pair of our Walk-Over shoes the
trouble would be over. B. M. Tench.
Oliver & Kite will have the fourth
oar of horses and mules direct from
the markets abput next Friay or Sat-
urday. Come to see them if yVu want
something naloe.
Col. end Mrs. J. 0. Nichols, who
have been absent for the past few
months visiting at their summer home
In Maine, returned to Oainesville last
night for their winter's stay.
The Opera House Fruit Store re-
celved yesterday a carload of bananas
of 900 bunches-No. 1 Orst-class fruit.
Come tire to goet good fruit at the
lowest price. Oavouru & Cardulee.
Mrs. W. A. McNally left yesterday
afternoon for Lake Butler, where she
will loin her husband, whq has been
there for the past few. weeks. Mr.
McNally hag quite a "Job" on his hands
cementing that huitling little town,
laying sidewalks, curbing, guttere, etc.

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WANTD"Messenger boy. ApJIr
Western Union Teleraph ofo.
WANTED-jftx or seven-room lousn
mst be. glo to and a de&iable 1'W
cation. lsessilo wanted Nov. 1.
Address Q. Box 147, (alauetille,
8AVB MONEY-Sall your old men's
shows. Send postal card to Morri
Oohen, Wee Lberty street, mert
Elks' Club, City. Ftrstolas shot
repairinag' specialty.
THU HIGH T market price paid oD9
egs, po pottow, both kind,
and any prodoee the Oesop Uaords.
Write for 9h0u We W. the
bet marke% Hr Ow Mt *xU months
In the Solth. Mo r Son. Commtis
sleo Mmabson and Seedsmen, 8t.
Petersburg lorlds.

FOR RENT-CottAge I n south Gaita
vtle; city water.oonnectlon. Appl.
at Sun ofice.
FOUND-Phir old-rtimed eyeSlasses.
Owner cam have rsme by paytA
for this oetie and proving property
Will BobeL
POR BALB-Cheap for eash. sawUll.
eagle baler and elsht bead of good
mules. A taraim. Address 0. M.
Bevillea, laks. Florida.
WAN\TEDD-Lady r travel tis Psors:
I et par y t anserade k free
ti *0 das;t em .ome meinry;
reliable rm. WNe for patiteumrs
J. K. NMeBry Ce. icagaM
By paytla yor w tr ret WbiO
Tuesday merats yrs wla mnv the
$I fee chars I to mt waser e

"A MU tand ta t W the Wa." t
bmmfg ad tas sterei- M-le a4
t lat talk A o. K .. M as the
w @Wt Is l kr Se lbnYe
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asqnd~ ~i, p. erq~qs~'
meat Isbn for lees tarn U .elq Sm'
'vui~. Kr; me *~e~d4ee~
word ver ea.b tin mSPtlS~
i~ additlocal lime. OA~ ~dvaass
lust accompesy all orders IseeF

FOR SAL-Thlrtygaltoes giapM
tan. quvle fthi oG ie.

TOR BAL-ouVr oiWd youn mles,
weigh about 1100 pods esh, two
wagon ad two *s harse; pe k
I800 uash. J. A. Hadgeek, Cl rke.

FOR SALUD-Let OWuN btK arner
West Main sad Dounib t6.s1
90lt cash6"halase mu tens&.
witheWSWhOtOweatgnstes. IL a

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