Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01263
 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 12, 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: VID01263
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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5 3 Fall Term Will B. a Busy Session for
,. ._^ Some Time.. U 1' l 7 1"
The regular fall session of circuit
court will convene in t4ia city the first
Monday in November, which msnakes it
but about three weeks off. *
Is th Ist Wi2th 11 AThis session will be otne of the bust C4d tho
Slist With 112 lest heldeInssome time. for &number*AN
of cases are to come up, aOd it will
require a number of wete to n- Evagcom-heir g&
plete the work that is already placed
on :he docket.

sTON, D. 091& SeMedw 9 .- Intow M e service One of th e mot remarkable evass*- onlY well dressed, aU wIN edgete
1 old sayingta ~ed through the war. We still year he was reported to be "hale and Ii e pllgrtmage made in this country but they seemed to han lenat? o
like i lattnelle when the war was heart. levity .l ,ad raised a family of flve chil- A fourth centenarian veteran of our ber of Oklahoma Semlnole Indians to Pulltasll ar on the way "dw 1. d14
Government My husband died in Gaineaville. wars-who i s not, strictly speaking, a Plortda to evaugellse the remnant of we oat the least til at Mas. ehibit
ers areI with my family moved to Her- pensioner, but a sailor on the retired the ra now living in the rverglade, g their familiarity with the ways e
H in thei e''ty,-in South Florida, the list of the' regular navy-is William ms The Miami Metropolis.. the world.
heir eightie. tf .y after my husband was buried." Macabee, who has Just celebrated his Capt. O. N. Ble has Just returned Th oervico wa satple but Is
Healthy at Near 111. one hundredth birthday anniversary at (fro a visit to Jupiter. He was to pN Capt. Be sas t he sa
t age r, the United States Naval Home, Phila- Sadany when a company of weV4mll l evdM other whites tk p M InL
t FaIrfAeld, .Or next oldest pensioner, according delphia. His records show that he d Se miole n frm Okhhesb wo no dM etu 0a the
accomp `,.o.l la., Is Henry Dorman, of Lib- delphia, His records show that he ed IDoIS Dims Wo m eendh W M l* no
h e eNo., who served in the Civil War was born in Baltimore, Sept. 21, 1803, debarked from the trail, and he was part W o tfhe 0 aUvhbl1 t t Wthey
Pe l pS. e who venth Mic, WaCa- .which was in the frat administraUon a w ttws* to the Brat ervi e Oheld a wo Vor aUeUtile to thp addkre
1ed h pB O pany F, Seventh Mlc an Cay of Thomas Jefferson. the banks of Inlet. A number of It aade y their more elttll0ed tribes
set fort that I a pension application made The last remaining veterans of all dians from the vewagl4de had eowe se.
I, which s a 190r 7 he stated that he was four wars have paused the century in to meet their fellow tribesmen from One of the vlsitla .Iadla 41 am to
o. She is January 10, 1799, which would mark. Daniel F. Bakema, the final the Wet. There were ome twelve a abo two e y R
dow, her It*at .hl1t almost a year old when survivor of the Revolutionary War, of the lorids Semtnosl. Wthoi t ed the cMpU of Ms trib a the IW
eavrn, seo r Washington died, and 110 years died at Freedom. Cattaraugu county, ants and without hat-i who cams n glades, he kow 'th aths of the
warOliv oer's months old at the parent time. N. Y., April 6, 1869, aged 109 years, 6 response to the call that bad been ent forest already and will act as pilot
Oliveri i h be does not boast, with Mrs. months and 8 days, and Hiraa Crook to them to meet their visiting r fothe r his eoMtpay a. A tl Itt lt they
Florida Mo of having lived under the of Ava, N. Y. the last srvivng Ien- re There wre fifteen of the Chrte willt ome as far as Lauderdale aid
d temeation of every President of loned sold er of the War of 1812. was tan d lda. Am them there will hold meetings there go t int
made some nlted states, he claims to have 105 years ad 16 days old when finally was a wooderlly beautiful young w the R ea'^'ee from that poitat. i
.ontemporary with every man mustered out by the Great Commander 1an, says Capt. Ble. The Cqptala t1U- expected that the? will visit
Fought by my b his eld that of hice. According, he wa on fy 13, 190. ted that thl beautiful Inda ild camps the wt side o the 'Ola
Florlida when fhis statement of 'his age, he was was bewitching enough to evanrellae also and that the1 will lpend Cal
from Georgia, at the lIme of the outbreak of the haw Our Pour Great Wars. or bypnotife any ordinary pagan. ath tin the Btat*e Te eveagellat
now known a | iftil War, In which-he fought. lIakenian, who is remembered by whether he belonged to the tribe of repent the t u ptist hahtl Ot. -te
county. Fla. mClaims 108 Year. nany Kuen still young today, was Billy Iowleg or Bily Taft. seeded Ina wttifn WsteVe Yi sMA
country at e born back in 175,. when we were still The viltaing Indiana dre t after the Snpshots after te pet a'J p
all around T she third pensioner claiming to be content with the yoke of England. He r. oglaed mode, Oad they woere ft laday.
dIg In camps AW#Il Utenmran is Micajah Wise of was a ltd of seventeen when Inopend-
nd pine tops, tef Brook, N. Y., who says he is cure was declared and when tie Lib-
u married l at,. ]IM years fg age. He served in Com- erty Hell proclailm'd the freed of
on the site ay G, One Hundred and Forty-flrst the la. WheW.. the .'-War; 'o 1S11 i 1
sing of the I 'ylvanla Infantry. In June of this broke out he war a inlddlp-agedt min i w
of fifty-three, considered too old for
S *? active servicee, at.d %hen the Mexlcati.
olesota eih rnor Has ; lo'oked b Left Foftune of $50,000
ies ta&!r or Ha Wneighbor, as ready for the grave. Yet I -II
S he lived twenty-two years moread (Orlado Roporter-Star.) to Kansas City. stdedd law, grade
upon his hundredth birthday the Civil sted, hum sout Ms shis al seaoe-ro
War had not yet come. WheP its *firt There is an old and familiar sayin. cosed, hg ot hoies s. ne an p*
public jJ~IabI rMasteUd c cded to do btasine. One of e
guns were heard he was 102, and a) that it is better to be born lucky than alt clients was Mrs. Dioherse. d4
Sca one dreamed that he would see Its rih, and this has been demoMnsratd so eIseieuatlp aad faithfully did the
L Oct II.-What s.( f spiy by Johnson's personal popu- end. But still he fought the last foe to the satisfaction of 0. D. Clingan, for new attoraoy perform "the daty tas
Adolph. 0. Bberhb il i &.ere is the Republican chiof- as tenaciously as. under the command evral yars prielipal of the Orlaado posed upon him that it was et many
(Goern.r of M' ttalring from the golden opportun- of \ashington. he had battled agalast pbi sebooL, who siddealy had hM ksom before ha asme was played on
S rouor 1a MJbin? i y to serve his party and to win the the first enemy, and when Lee surre- fortune creased In the sum of l#.. the peteos list of the wldw, at a atM
Jodit A. Johbm? T st election. It is almost unbeliev- dv.red he was nearing I. .0n bgeaas a enestre widow who ary of eo noch pe at or ali
I under.otand Mba; t a rook also sw four of our war. b' has re-ely p~t ~ed Mo the hpy w i ar play. *
ricatgs thly 11 JSare Politicianson o one side of the fence sgu and ended. Having been tira n huating-posed hs tqneithed to Tho ilteset of tae weas a Mr.
ublican. and betaM a~lie; those on the other side rave. 1800. he was only fourteen when be tis man her home nla Kans City. CUVM Mrew to e aa eostamt that
Johnson an avowe But Uberhart-this young man of finished his service in the seoed valued at $60.000. lteky ClilaSa! : -e o rred In or wiN W t her W
h, tlpbitcan m lt eohelasti bent and mien who has struggle with Flrltatl. He was forty. Mrs. Mary I D. iekeore was the gIat home, valud at ,eO. and 1
. now says, a from poverty by his own efforts. six at the time of the Mexican War', wdows name, s ad she had a enotor carad ta e of the M st fashlteasb
uttl% office: "I *a itkiagly like the way In which John- sixty one when Sumter was fired on, of eOls, i we are to tak the word Mlubeia a the Wetedwt Sty. be Um ed
etl or indire-y, to lig ro e-be is serene. And there are and ninety-eight when flewey ran the of The KaXss City Star: the ve0sty over h im ta addW m i at amiNal
Int for myself Vr H polklas who. detaebhlg them- gauntlet of Manllis I'.a of w iob we have so right to beallbos WOMa-s. '*n nward .r lMthful
l-Irt, while i ta lIa eh l Joe tor a moment from partisan- To o eai Daughters ef RevluOlttie After levtig his dtlesl as tMechr IutA'"
ho, are troopiang. I t o W Iee that Eberhart is playlag I Our most interesting class of pe IOPW OrB ndo chtoo Pt. Clies FrOLt.C m. as hIe &a known ere
Sadic< or sr eeok a1 dpep gamle--e so deep, In- b rnowl dtlive.e sIfg We hOal a ( Oliad*' y oiB gW N t 1*. a
or their fries&aft e~ that few have fathomed It yet. no now alive, if we anc m th o t e otlp gro "14% W t
l.r 'h<.n the m e he *ummed up in this, t rat n tw remalalnaig daughters of Re aratiem i ee
remarkably W i de has the Idea that be can win sppr. tio remaining di s ughterss o f on res I -sr
from1 which to4 asan executive an d Ve W@sAl&diers Th e..
Is# or M INd o e ... .. e aParty a p lo nd byl". T hem-.A m. ln
of Mi e not a party man ,. Pi ...Wo Paalr a
..ho. othr ookftSed. N. ., and Mrs. sar-is C.
Huributt at UK* Marh. Ia.
C The other errlvinSg real DIughtvf CA NA
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0. Heu~rLbt I She Is the daughter of
m.jah Weeks. who served Is a MAse N EW T.ORKes Oat. .--AiaOe 'af' i dat 41 1 I"
auchr ( cbra oi-in t--'i'-'' ':=a'- :
oaw rge* fweou amre3in Thesse w to d 'NSe S wo s. M... is ,
S mks with the r eve~t is whih Ne epgel d at .5. . "
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NO sW* Wts so Onts. aemsme 75 g
a)~p ouift mat he U0mt ft
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ssluhow"ss1 rd, RETRNS M~OM W
thetaaesmadn ow' -thmr eow
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There Uas beep somuchtrUmble In ca. oay 1 ;10
Jomev~le.Th A ad -theca.
in that section thatthe, sheriff will- d rm s bo.
take eztAmpreceationIn the future and ~w se
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dheres to the aatlOof the "#1LO Itou hair I.f.AIf o* 1aParlisn
and which pVm. addtios strohskit *tl-ta it.
'* tbrw~gb the rapdIty at the narratve UULROB. Oct. 11r.NudtMNit too behir is thlis. t"Parw as e.
and the eagsigaof the lea4Sthyphila ealYew~d Inleoft y W )*Auasdt. will ue1 ~ lot eavily,
sophic iscuseulcee.wb oh striumweMIss 3s f. tulof orig9 EulghtinIt yofthave dand"u&f4tWill quickly
principal chA~r6 -ter ftheiretraA was the guetwtof Mr. hAdMrs.A. W. ~wwbll porl,04604 o
*earnsduves'stlbs and leaves theCaOn"oe'sevea10"M .utWeek It peeaftsI&abe" troelt ongwy;
pulpiftast hmanbeing, plaYigoaW. it.Bi. 840, Of mdswo "ft ift
*t i..(tltaldti a"d raPiIty of am. sCh"ola ft COT ~wey U 3to" S"adIsteIda"rg fordal
>s t-c..40 t"t"da s osol bm. The ow S-1
r, MR ohescei' drows by tbowP"sIK Ifathom is' "W. up o d"S00"ind Ai~. bI* I ouk slosI to Gn
o a pvius or w Uo MtOW 'A1W. 40 Ud of hadirects 4
A~ Ine aft ftanILplus' Mwv;y' ttAke ,wi a fthe*I"s. Ags &umid rM the Aserima
whose dander uaderges aosI a-- 1Us*h km mdsi ML MEsgiogf. Co., '1usafs*
owlee obelga himh.10010th M~ae Wash eetutsmse Wed. ..
COTOa17 tet bib boyiASK huthe WelIV.1wift tia "*Wiplawa tvisitwit *7 iongUwtimeywhalf MAd Nee
tw#* at iai miuw

Jat aofhMs youthful ad6aIch.SW4 teM dJeemvis ailing ept nd Mdmy on* ame or*
beasutifulgirl to *bom be M&has geILvO 3.Redrlh hae refiomd the graft owWes otf 4mdruE& t "a
his pwalstoua"eleft by, afeste d ,nfs t Y6tm lychurcal. wma e" han varal 0WMe kd hairt bicsbt dver
In decevbhing. heelWi MA AIM% nghthusummer re~vW wmaybenefit%*W-l I usd Pa.
Kfluss h wo sa fut.UI m, by DMr. A. 4CqvL s. slw Tis a$*t
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SLinwood Pearce of Gainesvile, insured undr Poihc No. 2057

company. Our remittance was made wit"ahif f ,f f

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on book heref* hish a lihesbj mued fto.

Irs. Lyled Bmrs Pearce,

Ga~lnesvtle@4 Ila.

Death proofs H. L. Peare. wider ?@1-Selos#20Y7-b8 zeoe$*ed PI)0

this morning; approve&sM ch ~co few $060.00 uaI24 10.d '

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wW.nwife, for t~he ptotection of their seWpe hfl~ m m ipm
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Jacksonville, Fla. *
Gentlerr.n: I wish to thank you for your oheek In the sim of M00IO whiot hs just bep handed mea yor trie Aif et,
Mr. 11. R. Stripling of Ocala, In full settlement of my elali uter PsWP"el Ne P4 HN tby my Nlar iMhubA Ofn tMH ry l. PLss
Prooft of loss were forwarded to your offoe last night, ruabi g th4re iNe menmrng, r es *M N peM I0 V0 W and ftrwaied IMo
mediately. .,
The dispatch with which this clalm has been an Jied eterly de setes the idv f *1 deNI with i NeHor company,
thereby avoiding delays In making settlements.
Dr. Pearce took out these policies less than !1 menUOt ag& and at that time wa hi perfM t heaH. is meme4 pMa
forcibly showA the wisdom of securing protection afforded t y Lift Imerae w hen I aInsWrebl eenditlen.
Your Immediate and satisfactory payment of my elaie i vVery ma h appMeelat and ye have my belt wie es l et Ifthe ee
tinued sucess of the tried and proven, FLORICA LIFL Very respeeotly,

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Ii IU, I*t l Soyi W. I WWarned to Steer Clear of
Tat City, for They Were
f Not Wanted.

;- P Srims and Oscar Kelley, two
^ .jbs 6Yoth frpm the city of High Springs,
id ~~t :rot ht here again Monday to
bs mBat .uP for six months to the
W :*-A, this time the .charge being
r i. S jO a freight traln.
I.Twh.'T 9 a Th two young fellows have fig-
3 ." ".f conspicuously In the courts
tJw r b prongs" for the past few
qoeih p , only a short while sinqe
g sent up from that place on
Ial at cy charge, the time having
Lpn n Saturday last.
fi' abI9 r 4j 1. time theae boys were sent
elM I'. itt place they were warned not
.i O WWe tO a enter that city again, or they
Ue)| -Ul' .be similarly dealt with, but
s of what was told them, they
*'" on SundAy to be sent out
lSH Wh ony with the bracelets at-
S Marshal McGriff saw the par-
.i- F. t Ij quickly placed them under ar-
'l ee S ib tarming them over to Justice
on Monday morning, when
R- iuAd=. r'were given the atove sentence.
'- T. y claim that it is a conspiracy
VW I .l rt of certain one, to imprison
ti tl1 nbt on the other hand the offl-
.- W.t. q ate that they do not have to
11l"Q44t1 eO1te with many little petty occur-
Balgif when they are absent from the
01t.91t4b 4ity, and that the two, with others,
S.u ~~s ., *k ladrance and general nuisance,
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10. YTsiWo4 left Tdoofat t rlAAtk.
WON. D- a" ilof OrageU.l'nhet
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s96W 1060 ma we pleamw ut it with
h4tins rit JmlkEayu~i..
boo.OC.W n M.0t4k hA. ri SoMed th

dn~oe it Ym*I oW~.w by av
eot an gso""d uo be lat.

U", ws-bbow ba "* bhm af
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this be hi Irtely VhPoma
WS374 teviti toa )sol
irwaasteb mees
m m-,m, w wis.

Women With Fascinating Hair Al.
ways Attract Attention.
1n ya are a woman with dull, life-
1pJOrdinary hair, do not feel di.-
teNsl. Just make up your mind
tat you can have Just as luxu-
t,4i d captivating a head of hair
iWa other woman; and quickly,
Just go to W. M. Johnson's this very
Sy .ad get a bottle of Parisian Sage.
V It as directed, and in two weeks
yur isalp illl be free of dandruff,
your hair will be soft, lustrous and
If your hair is falling out, Parisian
ai 1 wi"I-stop it.
If ftot hair is thin, Parisian Sage
will make it grow in heavily.
If you have dandruff it will quickly
vanlsh when Parisian Sage is used.
It prevents hair from turning grvy;
atopt itching scalp almost Instantly
"ad is the Ideal dressing for daily
A laf& bottle costs only 50 cents
at W. M. Johnson's or direct, all
chaygg prepaid, from the American
makers Giroux Mfg. Co.. Buffalo.
N. Y.
"Pwr &. long time my hair had been
falling out and my scalp gave forth
great quantitles of dandruff. I used
several so-alled hair tonics but never
rectivet any benefit until I used Pa.
rilian Sage. This wonderful tonic
cleant1e the scalp and hair. removed
the dadnaW and stopped my hair
tlit 4t. l There is nothing too good
for N to say for Parisilan Sage and
I tnmly endorse its use."-Mrs. Jes.
ale 8weet, Lowell. Mich.. June 28,

The lrd Theatre.
TI double bm for the Baird Thea.
tre Oa Med ay eveoai was greeted
with a kgW audience, many being
preet specially for the fne violin
muiC Ot PMt. Marry Walman, who ih
a muetasIa so mae note, and who
Plea ed hi adiece most excellently.
The trape work of Miss Valen.
teme MoorM was also a pleasing num-
her ad brtogh forth much liberal ap
Plause. la adittlo to the double bill.
the management has the usual num-
ber of Agh-lkass reels an il rated
emII They ar dolag their best to
It h Pe ople of tOalfate lle a show
tat 'Wl w y of p troage. and
la this they hv, thus far suteeded.



They are8

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Higher (
Greater !
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ville on 4
I mornAin
hort ridl
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was in
of the.
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cars, a. d
stood the
r the 1i
he Dally
,and trS
Bast until
'day aftett
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car for Utt
simply al
t to be hi
a thee,
very msate
long the U

on SatuNl
'eling i
e, where
he niasht,
tated, the
San endut
r under t
i AutomobiI
ne will
nt through
Pe lines of
ute to be 1
return to
ain certaflt
nore tha
t will be ma
sections oa t,
II11 be fou ~
but it sla
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that will P~
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10tte a

Was promptly paid to Mrs. Lyde Bowers Pearc wife ad beneficiary oF
i ny woo Pearce of Gainesville, insured dr Poli No. 057
many. Our remittance was made within t ift rptf f a.


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A copy of our telegr i,, Mrs. Peaire's lett aui' a fac-simile of our check are pre-
sented herewith as eviWiw that the

Pays its claims AT SIGH r and thereby render fitua~ial ai at a tham when it is most needed.
_____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___

form S,00
ftOMPtT 0.Ct.wvP .4k

SEND ,te following m, mee ,s eeot* the term, l J 4oksooTl16*, 7, 0t0.
on bask hereof, whi.h are heeby reed to. I..

Irs. TLy Bowers Pearce,

Death proofs H. L. PEareo VMS? Policies#205768 noe4ted 9:3

this morning; approved "d check for. iO69.0O ua"&"' 10.50101 "A&

should reach you this afternoon.








'r gsr irii.

go at of Dr. Pemein sinswaiing his Iffe vms ab610 T.dby M
dMhadwife, for the protection Of thir e.We, 6 I8 m-Wf
~ g~.mawmA~ IDon't wait; dneathb@ p iwils.u
~S.SM ~ It DA b&h. omempany whm oI~~n
,wftsess benefit. ane Itodst, liberal nd fftud g ~istM"ryit
SP COWmlse ting they cannot cnnnlteintly do). 00.49"-
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F4orida Life Insurance Co.. tNavlleo, Pla, Oct. td, n 90s .
Jackonvlle, Fla. *
Gantlemrren: I wish to thank you for your sohk In the sum of ,000.0 whto has just be"e htRded me by yW Olalet Apeft
Mr. a. t. Stripling of Ocala, in full settlement of my oelism uind Pelciee NWo. MW4 hid by my lat h Bead D, Hdrvy L. Pwss
Proofs of loss were forwarded to your office last night, rest" theft thiO ienwrino, Sil eheek in pa memnt ied and forw d bmil.
mediately. ,
The dispatch with which this claim has bon han Uled clearly demonetrte the a4dvitgo of dealing with a Hmema Ompany.
thereby avoiding delays in making settlements.
Dr. Pearce took out these policies lo than '1 month ageo ad at that time was t iperfeet health. Hie titlml deatt
forcibly show a the wisdom of securing protection afforded t y L Ife lauranee when in an InOurable cenditleh.
Your immediate and satisfactory payment of my lailm Is very wah -pproleated, and you have my bet wishes for the see.
tinued success of the tried and proven, PLORICA LIFL Very repeeedry,
(S1eid) LVOS SOWESR PMARCI, (DneAelery.)

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S-whi former ot er u

...t e is o t a n m s
arprised Itfbn hm s l

H~ l e f *fsis la rom senator Tatsalrreo.
4Kb wik hale ise tsd to hav. a
P hiss n sleeves fe tor anwd

.It he latter's oend. ar m*t
ba of Ben to throw dowi, ti *
fc' ,, ' Ii'I^ lg ^ J .. S."enuor aior an .t ad*
's9 tlsa a* r eg o th Le.eG sioril" ,o I, l,,,
% tn dod bfa s oib e vehi

SrSu efthe dictated fat ti Leane a-

sOf*a de ov r n t o t hic
ispf ateva* ldct due thathe fevr s eist
S. t a'is cas tirvr tais to mAala the ashla. tS1ais R1s, not an aarvervle pouee
-" ay'..- ^^ ^ -41 i" lw uv ofek s nall e devotll to tea ch-

awNde ctoadMiU_______=
-OW "ft 1tdo! ft 1a I" < eattme sco olas, protio n

'Iu t *1 So YV.m sd e w s--h iu. Ad n t h. e .u

ehratlehleeiu" eveI I d.cat e a theI fh tH bln the ato
AN s o -AS jl .llu d fact pthat humane treaty i
a s is w h Ih not *anl uenivsal por s
tm'Nt.ahe6 of young humanity'. The o1-r a.c
SOt U Provides that one-half hour e o

S '. ---- .... :rti d i bu.. t r w k shall ae devoted to tea
K -, "[! .. .' i i s ....s s s ". 2 i II dnes and Jurtice to and hlu.-).,

S1.,, a ,. (t T5 W other aionl b a t n the mS t-
'"IB: eNN o tat thed a fild tde ecoa i o

r a jet, M t t so aid. HMow moshtdtyou
Im If et ~NbreMIa*1." A1thIs ea proviseMe ion, how.
s a that of penalty or any inor
.u Mh IO peui asId o a r~d~erto~iI'yoie per hcent of the .

IIetR" Cssd her&at tloll Polt hI% declarao ttionh ythe Maine law
voarteb fro mh, hsadd m & oto Wiuthe higtest tribunal ton thatd. d G for

esa' t u d esan au Just aa 1 t1 -W, I a s ItheNO th e t tAolice oE ludig s ot
Te ma Dk fo t tf a Ie ta t fro the streets of arl

_. .______ A. W. FRn7-iI
da"e las f a1M. tfinar e _ t i o e f h a s t e tt lal fnly die-1 in tefulAm.
we Eweeri eM etrti t S atuesced qeston, I
fea so# Ve Me o aoO as a refuge trom the Leave UGlastic Cate 8r I

Sd sC a ap piist. aeusa soS* i
,4 Wr AA odorV o i ._ne eh cles."
VItM6 a mwh of liwais i n NOW o nuReurna o

to scaa., mus ang issue! arn P h ad i a v
MR^ ups, of ownwc orq Oo of Cin t&M Malrdou conditions, Lvee Gginegvi for
"&. am" 'Ml, : ; 111a '1141 0"a o overeat ingPry Hicks' Caw
-0a ItM is oM fWr tWv f raea. He 61419. It rede the ftoyer and me-

were. om he ^asease, one= aweeblaabofprdebanduhead t a& &.3e i 4for ai

f the a n&" rap o f ;3 ----nto a s so ft

remTAe 1a4W a vl mortdtan Pum r."r to .. a wUmied the aue oAjHtl antic C tL
- as eareas uever am ver sMl waftwl on a
this mrvies sea e""avIts &M, ofs limteri Ib c st
dae noo fa bo osa ster whic h tw i 1 V 0
a)*** to aad ft erses b d t nod sertaysa t Se | rI mmolue aF ea

dAL "ray S EA e. . I& I m,

ft "Go"edas 9 anll the mshng birs WWe

*0 siuor'g home hat soadta

mess r~aa ther alt warnl 511.4 w~h hiro
n how is at heo o"y atiss %Slab
at T"
bgly m a .te amto__ ____

QSI?~~ .1 the~^-~
a wonafth"Ur "W ofw
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-~~ ~ rs'th imais. the sah -ONL

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Machines gl
Write for Price,,
204 West Bay

~ arfield and lo-
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A .- all i, Palatka,
idill points North i

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Ir M Tiket Agent,
to= on
'trV. Pass. AIN
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Was C.

The Sun
Weather a'.
Monday JJ
West and
and Io 0
track o j
This hu
property I
are enorpoo,
reported. .
Gainesvlll# '
effects of
vere as it

o'clock lat
struck Key
that the d a
be fully FO0,
At 8:30 p..'0
about 36 mit
at 10 o'clock II
60 miles an boI

u a


Slife ia
)ly. feel the
so se.-

at 10:30
t had

0ttalUle, and
.ILdeoty of


Request IveiOMs I ireatad in

We earnfest01W that every
woman who 1.la the Im-
provement of -thrughout
Alachua coUU* the reals-
dence of Mf J, t East
Church street lt V after-
noon, October t'kck.
At this time rlp t gamnise the
Alachua CoS ,&p JIProvement
Association. T*a,(aWU from the
educational ra llik w~*s held here
on Friday nl'" t- et house.
We know that t*e4&- aam shown
at that meetla .W,1rra gtt a large
( rwd. .
Th*- lN1i.s of p aIte have ac-
c ijplished o ,"i.t his line
ttLa we diN.p^t women
,. t" i. State.a4.Ny will, be will-
tig t) do their ,*beW the plans
are Rhow ti '.. '' .
MR8& A' A Pres.
MRS. j. A. ?E moN t. Sec.

Gained* Ic o.

New stoASJ D; &
M. Foot B D Gqods,
Tennis I Tennis
Nets, Tennis Rackets
and Shoes Any
goods that ave "D.

pea on

Our t


More Bargains In Fruit.
N. Francisco, the trust buster, wll
have Just a little fun today at the ex.
pense of the trust. I deeply apprt,
elate the patronage of the public anm
my friends for the past w.'eek. Cei
talnly I must-have the trade and the
trust must lose, therefore, while they
have a little shipnient of seventy-five'
baskets of grapes, I have just 2500,
and am going to sell them at 15 cents
the basKret, with free delivery to any
part of the city. My prices on ba-
nanas will be 5 cents the dozen, and
these prices are same at both Alex and
Kite Francisco's places. I am happy
over the same trade sticking to me
and I will break the trust. Everybody
come to, yours for business, N. Fran-
cisco, the Fruit Man.

Imperfect Digestion
Means less nutrition and In conse.
quence less vitality. When the liver
falls to secrete bile, the blood Il.ome:
loaded with billous prpertlesr the di.
gestion becomes impaired, and the
bowels constipated. Herbineu wll
rectify this; it gives tone to the tonni
ach, liver and kidneys. strenuthini thl
appetite, clears t; improved the coin-
plexion, hlfuses new life and vigor (t
the whole system. 50 elints a battle.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Comni.ssioncrs Hold Mectinrg.
An adjoi.raed r.f 'in- of th ('ou1t.'
Comwiilsil;a r-; t,,.i l, l 011 n )..iai;a
for the lr:r' t.' &. 1 .-i\.i.h t': t,
jooks, ai i.)'\rin; the dt'!:i"nnt t'N
list, and |ilyg. a number oi 1ils. At
this meetil thi board also advertised
for bids for thte erection of another
steel bridge across S.uta Fe river,
which will be paid for jointly by Co-
lumbia and Alachua counties.

A Shaking Up
May all be very well so far as the
t,-tsts are concerned, but nl when
it comes to chills and fever aV- m-
larla. Quit the quinine and take a
real cure-Ballard's Herblae. Can-
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.
Arrested for Concealed WoejPons.
Sheriff Ramsey and Deputy fBruton
arrested two negroes on Saturday
night charged ilth carrying concealed
weapons. They found the pirtol- upon
them and they are now confined in
Jail to await a preliminary hearing
which will be had before Judge' Ms-
sam. James and John Long were their
names and they come from JoTestlile.

SMlhtly Celor With1 *U*.
Whe you s that kad of weathb
fubreo you know that reiumatiai
weather is at had. et ready for
It mow by getting a bottle of Ballar s
gw Utheaimnt Fnm t thinMg sad
.-r ihe- s.- h dblalnas. frort its.
wM m stif jonts a d musle all
Mhes sad prais. Sc. e am d l N a
beUt Sold by W. M. Johbsm.
pea..a*t surpres Party.
Quite a mmber of the little riads
an Miss Lesal Pwruttt ourpred h
day elltearoo. It being th, ,dtbh suS-
yuary of the mlttle hoIeles Sh,
ndyq adequate to the occaltoa. aad
SwMhlg for her auiy mre

Ap. a deaf ead. a-stu- hart sd
8BMn8 m/rid. DsWktt Utile birf

is 2,0" .and sep
pi" &A! byh A &W


The Manatee Record antclpates a
large number of visitors and perma-
nent settlers to that county the aow-
ing season. ----
The Bustle Lake Region ha Issued
i special descriptive edition whiobh
will prove a good advertiseeeat for
that growing section.

Morgan Oreo and assoolates have
purchased the Hillman-Sullilan later-
msts at McGirt's creek, near JacksonU
ville, and will establish a maill there
employing 600 persons.

Lafayette county will vote upon the
wet and dry question on November 9.
[loth sides are confident of wlintng. as
The county voted wet last time by a
majority of only 25 votes.

The Times-Union says Florida. In
1913., on the four hundredth afnlver.
sary of its discovery, should have an
exposition that will attract the atten-
tion of the enUre civillled world.

The Bartow Courier-Informant
officee will soon be equipped with a
Mergenthaler linotype machine. The
scarcity of hand compositors Is fore-
ing many of the editors of weekly
newspapers s to put in type-setting ma-
Thomas D. Thomas, a young white
man, was arrested In Pompano by
Deputy IT. B. Marshal largee on a war-
rant from Georgia charging perjury.
in his preliminary trial before the
united States Commissloner at Miami
last week Thomas was held on a $300
oond, which was given by his father.
Thomas. It is alleged, in taking a civil
service examination In (eorgia for a
o:.tGlYre position, made certain ftalse
*ta',emints. The specific charge under
which the young man is held Is tor
vfolntfon of the JIo Congpes ap-.
proved April *. 01, referring to the
Civil Service. The Ale ed Malse state.

-nent. It Is

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21,woks In snqw#n'lng l.


Big Furniture

... .. +.Y ---

We wish to call the at-
tention of now home-eek-.
ers as well ai our own home
people to the faot tbt THE
is now uttiig on display
thle prettiest and most up.
to date line of Furniture
ever offered in OAinwvile.
We re receiving drily new
good such as 9xil Art
quares in Wlton, Body
Bruaels, Axm Mumfts I
grin, Cre~, D aox, ad
tig all viey petty ad
peaaO to theo e; thm
ieoe Bed.Room eto I b
ha y, Birs lye M.
tb anOd Qan(ed Oak
bramr, Ver i MantiN sd
Enaw.elled Ble;i' tlh bt
Spring ewr, r wins ted
noil eloe. Owur MAt-,
such a Red Oim, lWhe
Eagle and Vick, ar the
town talk. A ausl O of
Haywood BdMkl Stee.,
Tabls and Cbdar tr Pmr
Ion,mDm, i-taa -I a*
Our Dinft M-
an all to tibhe0 Ane
line of MlWB i u.
n.s Cbsbairs, B mO
fort, PIBow.

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Thlirty YEa


question whether, or not the applicant
had ever been la the army or navy.
which the young man answered la the
negative. Froid what can be learned
Thomas is a deserter from the army.
and was appreheaded through the civil
service exsalnation.

With the top of hbs'head blown c'.
the body of Tony Dunden, a a ',ti
man of 19 yards, was found sn. h
home, els miles northwest of Pin
ola, at a late hor Thursday n Ift
ad a eoreser's jlry making *n '
aminatiom declared hat he omumitt
sulolde. Dundon was married abe
three weeks ago and a few days a
jwaird he and his you" wife 3ep
rated. ahe returning to ti he ose of
her parents. lilae then be has bees
surly and noneommunleatlve, even
to Relatives, and Thursday afternoon
be borrowed* a shot gs from
a neighbor upon the pretense of deo
sirlng to tahe a hunt. Passag the
house of another neighbor on his way
to the woods he stated that he latead-
ed killing himself. lht them who eare
the statement thought be was jok .
Late In the afternom the report of a
ua was heard, and when Duom. did
snot appear tor wper a searas was
de, and his lifeless broy hOMW lng
bside a tree. lie had removed his
shoes aW. plastag thOe ma. of he'
su at his forehed, had pltled the
trasr wth his toe. blowi out hMe
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All water consumers' kv hken
placed upon the meter system I S t.
Peteruburg. -
Putnam county will abandoa the
poor farm system of carla tfor ldi.- W -
sent pereoos.-

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The yOU
and as t4
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advice a i
young wit
"When I
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the 'oy. -*
garet that
ably can't
be consd
"I well
ence." An#
came overI
very tb.
the bastit
wa this
summer, ae
Maine, sat
to Saratogi
ago. But k
and yet h6
your motb4
avoiding al
Bar Ha
rest of ti
Indeed." *
slgh. "that*V
a woman"
willing to.
awhile, as 1


In India
are the
Ity) bel
killed by
the beast
of danger
timn. It .J|
for the
amount 51
say. if t.'i
rules be
victim for
posed to
the 14in ed
will haun* ,
ann he In
tig r In the |
Trh t foh
rnil In A -
tertor: Oe'.
a tiger *ef
other caM 4
of hilm 8m
gers, wbkKl,
ther the riw
ton Star..
Whenl BI
inl( Oif hblS
his guests Wl
the World m
hnin ioggigi
to retire tfo |e
JaIpanese ai
The apPi--
cgil was
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The purchase of real estate Is indeed
"plain sailing" as regards the title,
't you have an abstract of it from us.
You'll then be In possession of fui;
and complete facts relative to the
property's title-be fully informed a:
tj the soundness of It, etc.
An abstract made here Is a PULL
complete, accurate history of th<

Qainesnvlel Florida


STo the Voters of the City of Gaines-
llle: A special election having been
called on Tuesday, October 19, for
the election of a Marshal to succeed
Ben T. Arnow, resigned, I beg to
announce that I will be a candidate
for that otice, and ask the support
of my friends. Being thoroughly ex
perlenced along the line of police
work, which has been gained by a
practical experience, and being no%
acting Marshal, it my action In tbi
capacity meets your approval, I ask
pour votes to be continued in office.
Sincerely, HARRY L. OWENS.

I 'respectfully announce myself a
candilate for City Marshal at the spe-
etal election to be held on October
19th. I am. in the race until the poll
close on the day of the election, and
respectfully solriit the votes of my
fellow-oltisens, promising, if elected.
to perform the duties of the office
without fear or favor. Give me your
support, and you. will never have
cause to regret 'I

STantslu =d Cahd rt.
an t.Y l":, 1

tU atore of ( A/- 4t

The Physician.
Dr. Catbelln of Parts declares that
so person who doe not poem cer
tain lsix moral sense" sbould attempt
to eater the medical professlto-vls.-
the sense.of duty. the sease of respon-
sIbUlty, the seuse of kindness. the
seNe of manua skill (whlcb be sub-
divides Into the anoe of boldness and
the sense of prudence), the sense of
beauty and the social role. "The sense
aE dety toward the patient." so be ik
q*eted by the BostoG Olobe. "s the
very first requisite ln a physlefts. It
an eealy ari from a positive and tn.
aate altrsmto or tore of oem's fellow
lemtUare -a quality sisler to that
wtlrb move the hospital urse to the
ear of the strk-kes. There can be no
peaoNeal seaetiveness nor lack of ln.
terset I detail, aps aat an absorb
-g erWusty hat covmplscted uam
.Mi, sad yet, with al this a eof
do.: weh aemip ft r ex W*me oO
-t sad aastiwatns to heart. he
-1 wet dbow a traoe t em~oti
wVa hM ed s. eim to aoprSe -
a MeKbete. a Caet ow a Pii
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wIwerebmw War a Is&.
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wre Paund. *
Ait the iinestion of Maytmag
thj Galanevnll Board oTwr h9
taken up the matter oft iaw
I-r the pmpts of a river
the battleNb o Florida.
Parties n dearin to e omRta Sc
Lhe fund ama notify bI. PS BDta*,,
v ho is aewetary, and the (s
will be vroied. Polla t
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baw Slmee etAr. alsfrom aoslm plie U I$ P. m 3:PO?3 30RY
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lll~a,%tt iiayhsusm.'. ftf A. "o ft. Wf. c M. ISa: do0t pm.
well. allabasige.Au', Quille Mfrom Uedt Ioy 3:10 a a. KusI
son uxr.esionr ofAgricutga A.,. GN? SrjLiLiron aI Wt1%0m giekfs,
fl'!t-i. ljoyal C. D1Wu.et. l.Mtg: is A. e -,I eaansad prosS$4w
s ptofreaa'. Alio Isrm tic *;-hme Xosid L. Ga4le uf ar Miesa Key A -:1 Ia. p a ys doets491
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1&oa~. Royal C. A& ( M -ooseW. ft Baeslis Ltr Aio,.

President odthe Srawsor N 0, VOMd .Gille fraim M N WTS IN :6 P. a 16r.eNq
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age.a- '.. ,e to ., A,. .
S s o. tho e ut oir the er ..-.Lab .
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BllJb the "W abeeht for theltint oaOI. s Man ..

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oft -isltvstoethat Will so s .
rW.n t l l .C m oo lWll binder1 t
Hpa .b so- ,. ,, ,! *.,-. ..,. :.. -.
a a th e sotry oemt ana u kT made T .e -n
o on .Oo.wd old- .. a b Mtil t -ML Je aeO to dispo9 9 "
*5Of 111 8e to6rs, but decided to hold" "sp i'L "
Mrs. J. A.fotibe, who has befe2
fhb w here for pegw pat two wews vititag -and end w lf I
0 .--'. w.hobe ,parents, Mr. ha Mrs. il, a. San.-
aS01 the it aW dAs, returned to hr ome ye O 6f t 6rs 1hi busy pr g fo
ot while esterday. I. Noitli lroias. inl 4 a w. l.t o J .tt *' ae
.i'the lt d pop Jam O. r, aoa iN oft aorBl -.
In J.' W. MeoCllun & Grasger, has aseopted the altlos A
.etses.d to the City 7 wmesse-ger on the "bort between
a oef visit to usts'. Waldo and this dy t4 mad Mhis la,
to e the double bill at tt l trip on Maday. e ih
TVefte all the *rt part Another Improvemeat-Thts taime
WOOLw Admission will i' savorln *xtraets. Blue Ribbon
20O esta for a show worth leo and vanilla are conceded by ex.
I *. pert cooks and cotWJtlohe U, as the It it's pleasure A wt -
.t'r o whas lutMrly o Ptftlt lavorig *tract. .et and hblidres at 5s$ osat ms'x -
this city bt late~ faek* All are Invited to call at our store the iqctrif Theatre ii the bpe
returned to albesville to and witness the Orand Majeasto house this eveting. Adsltion 1 W
Up his, resideaea. e has Demaonstrato N and be retrAibed by oee ts.
itlon as electriela with bet oAe sand bleoqits, served tree. j. IL Manners .A WIpten
Coapay, ainetville Hardware Compay. vis# t to the Oty yestway. .
aof Oeala, who s rep. Sped as e*veninalg of pleasle and te of the aad er t
lthe Forida ifte Ihirae e wStt by taka lthe le oW e ti Of the 1ile6lll !~t a ad M .
i s the city. He is toi the o wig pl turea-good adeUle a lar, e 1aU u'rop h bee n plaat -w. '
I Carppater the Aom will also be yor part of the trqat t Mi M. O has io receo.ddlt WATr u
$-o of them are doloS a the SlWrd Toeatre. Adalloan will be to the rey4a ear -artUpestof a
S.th o. 10 a n. cols. yA0pay. nme froms w Nov.
.^ C. W. Wole Alsebus was la the oi the tlrpget oeer of thie ont. Agr.ee4 .0 Box 7, Gatesvlle,
ity yUePerdy. He says that mah and arrived to aulp b her dutleWs ioriIa.
cotton Is tered there and the beym Nopday.,
w ho have been there looking over the i V, MoQueeia of owberry was a uAVL KMOMY-e5Bll your old aet
samples 1all to agree with the hold- visitor to Gaalesvil Mopday. Ha 5be eudPotal.caM to Mo* 0
en on prices, hence no sales of note states th a bhoaIt ocWurret ina the COWWedt Liberty reet.. mat
I have been ma d. JoneevWe seom M Satarday alnght, hat .Otl t lia hoe
vted in the stIbjO t We have now sent for our fourth he Was unable to aI4 say of the par. o ty. '
Styles of station- ar of hr0es and aleW, whioh wiU ticulars. m I
aMy Nodial function 1sist of @1" a tarm mle, b Jtdge A. J. Con. of Uleigh w .L
sd your vnetitinh cards hoirsesW lW bnfor ully among theVstomst the Atka 9 bR.P I ALM-Thirty4.Jo gaoli
your visiting Cal' fdrITIug. You an sure be p*esedt it dM. He slates that bjaNINI Ct. tank. atUe this, iefi.
0 R SAMPLES ofI you M what we will havf to offer lan to a retain *a t sja f S* Ib a tser
ING. her. ovr Kite. sadustry and they p t* y .111mg FOR AUB-Pes and housghd
Mrs. U. P. WUlamaos aad chlidre orders at the preeeew Vise. soude-st yebt ows price, sasi
returnes to th s eutWe ter Mlhee Leila Anerp. Shl Wait or. Parkar. 7U Maim sree.
IW4UI4 iRM as absence dute tN 1 n e re sad Umma "Agish he aeneug the new -
01 Qtvee Trial, which was seat o Hiorthers States. entries ta the mdllitey weboel of Mn. POR BAIB-yw *aad yuns laee,
hut pnlacpsllp with the fatally .t Mr. P. T. Me(dermk. Thay were her1 for weW% absut11* sp ds each, two
& WiWllamst h Tq were mt e srouet a shoghelest^ e s dw gcos. w aond two lte hiaess: prtee
dlawisl'. base br Mr. Wllaadon. who let phte ther eorse the preeot term. enh. J. A. HadColk. Otarke4
.mreimet A. H. Bwwkrwts at bsst to t t '
eity on. a short vtt to has brother. PR t Le-ot l asM feet maeme

Ctpata tor the Dlgtoa OBpth y at the .With Maghpr-t s at emg
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CAPITAL 8TOCK.....4.100,0W.OO ate those times whoa yen see a2 Jd?
U L be i that yhs see it. Rodot ia 8UBPLUS ............. 20.000.00 and to r~len on. 1( am. n., As W. K. Jsba Iew




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now"hasn r b "*WSWto OsMeevft .to be wis
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