Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01264
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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IE T, Oct. 1 A
arricane wMh "
coast of
Key West ':-
and the dameaj
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reclaimed by th
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October Twentieth.
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beaches. The stre ts along the wa -E`E
terfront are a mass of wreckage.
Brick as well as frame buildingsLFO N
throughout the city atered alike V
from the fury of the heavy wind and
many mi'raculous acpse- fhrm death
PATHWAY ^^^^^ IN Sti? SUIT b
or serious Injury have beea reported. IN UW S SUI CASE
Besides the several aore of resil- -
dences, either totally wrecked or
blown fmnthir plthars Mnine factor. IfJ I d
SOOO- Martia ere partially destroyed. Include. Were ip b & New BdfW
t ople from Vandals. ing the Havana-Amer ica, Martine,
,Nichols, Ruy Wopez, Manuel.. p.. ,
Fleltas Torris, Cortes and Wolf cigar
s mown that many have received No. I and No, 3 emage houses of TIVERTON, R. I., Oct. L8.-The apparetly oommoa,handesaw was
Sless serious injury and re the fire department were destroyed fAl t of severed leg of a woman a0d to ever the less from the trnk.
ire current that several lives the firemen narrowly eseping, but n's dress suit case among some A Mesca for the other po1ions of
The storm ached its h several of the horw bet killed., wles in an outlying section of t thia e body i the woods wmby Io be-
-T h storm reached its height The top of the First Natimal Bank town e ay br ht to lht what w.
one o'clock Tuesday after was blown off, the potofe dam- twn ay br ht to light what The body might hay, tai msdi.
Iit when the wind reached an esti. aged and two running gors of the the authoritle are convinced to a covered for a ha t IA t ural let
S~ed velocity of 100 miles an hour. Government coaling statio were case of murder. The discovery of a ter carrier. Oeorte Pottr. o headed to
was a hard, steady blow from wrecked. New Bedford newspaper of Sanday's go to the spot yesterday afterofta.
6 1 a. to 3 p. m., when the wind be- Every telephone and electric light date with the portion of the Illlke, Potter was a10tag his rounMds pa-
to die down and by 4 o'clock the pole on Duval street, the principal Is regarded as the most imports *a aies the reW. when be Mietoed'
Oiater of the hurricane had passed thoroughfare of the city, were blown cl"e thus far obtained, la eato r three porloas of utm n- leg partly
point. ~down. possibly the place of the murder, if wrapped In newspaper a the ease.
STheo hurricane is the worst that As soon as the wind had subdued murder there was. The atborities Later Ilvetigatiom by the medlal
SKf West has ever experienced, plundering began. The city police Iat nIiht wore of the op4ilo that eostner showed that the suit oase
u Of 100 local vessels in the harbor force was unable to copse earth the the women was m ode d to New Bed- contained the 5pper paOWt of right
4 TIseeday morning but five remain at situation and the mayor decided to ford, that the Ie woer placed in the Ieg that from the thi to t 1ee,
lacher, the others having either gone take stringent measures. to suppress lt case there and brought by teea nd the entire left leg out I two
to a. or been washed upon the the lboting, his proclamaon ofmaao o r Ma. tomoblie to Tivertos luaday p 1esw at the knee. Te amedlial *e
tial law resulting. Almost every as- nlght Aeoerdiag to the tleOal te sinter, a 6ter taking measuremeatt
Sn tionality is represented among the amIer, .r. John St the sp. of he imb, estimated that the w
City's population of more than 20,000. posed murder w committed ht ma (or ael w rtyet l eet
H ~ UvUIIUII *about one-half of whom are enaloyed mon tlrh twelve e iff hMw u* throe ches hih saW weighed I
+i in the cigar manufactorles, poage fore the salt ca"s was dileovered., hope 1 p ade
efa fslheries and salvage compMar.o That a Maneer war oomp*tted sadM A large llem st mO the1 bOttom
f rIeI dAfa n that the cuttiag was not dome by the of the feet tadlctettht the Sirt wu
experUeiAed hands of a surgeon soaoetoamed& to WtilNI muse or to
PU Vete ranb y aMIAMISUII OR ATLY. by a tl student,. I hko belief of s. and A st tha11t she may
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Houses Unroofted and Braumwee meii4
p. mI., called to order by the division Torn From 'rea.
vofmander, Major-General Robert J.f f Am
:: ..1i ,Oct. 12. -The hurricane
Scr-trns by the uaandir truck this. city ahbot 10 o'clock Monit- st Is
f0 cration by the commander r Vin
tbd R. Mallory C.mp, Sons of day morlng., and contlnsed nto0
r"' a .Hon. L. E. Roberson. about 6 o'clock, when the force of the
|;.ek,", win--o ,-- o- Every Stotion s Country
wind began to lesson. The new
Hu.order of buines. March villa, which was under coe
Siiyoras of committee on creden- .' . ie wieck, b j
".d other committees, roof of the Masonic Temple wa1
ar d other committee
Sp. .- cr b Hon. A, O. blown off and carried across Avenue
Sh t on Confederatey Hon. A.m. 1.). It is reported that several dwell. It is announed that Rear Aldmiral this week to kle% their aid to Is
right on Confederate Navy, IlIud Ins lii the city lost their rootf, and MelvDll has solved the turbie curing $1.000.000 for a mew a e.
one or two bulldlnugthat were under geartg problem In an Invention which Uom bolding to be ereted mn la
M t ic. construction were blown down. All wil revolutionise naval archlieotumr. purchased nla 10M 1 t thie s aiMf
October Twenty.Pirst. day lng the rain (pil in torrents. In brief. It le said to easa diminished Arlinon and toston PMble Oarel..
Convention will reassemble at the flooding the streets and driving lso aid weight of driving power, with Probably set the hist ory of the
l whteum at 10 a. m.. and will be throughh alls and doing more or ae hrruased 'pd. oe ca e5peity for work w t this saosationm l th UsIR U0 4
to order by the division com- damage to stocks of goods and ofiee ryis bIhavier arlor sad hkeavkir late has so larie a tak be" re .
S id4er. Major General Robert J. Ma furniture. The tide In the river was s-. It i p1Idl* th the AraI' d i lU the highest known for years, block. "stin to pooeS veet of this type have bes matlurli. TMb eSeemip
f. Prayer by the chaplain-general. Ing the storm sewer so that the water will have Ait l ther na s t 4u pealt of 19M5 WM auvfe iMtha
ai.. glar order of business. and to run off oun the surface. The m erry0 to the projet. i
Reports of commiltee on resolution greatest damage reported Is the Jow Anmi mnement is miade of the ro. The phln for earal bank ha.'
sad other committees. ,f the March villa. The building was turm rrielved on theo ell for iMad for pro reed so laridly that noe of the
e election -of next place of meeting -f wo, on rt eing fire and the buying the old a1oop of war "lllter rikIkl featlm* are becoming pMhle.
h i leNt.SoD of division commander. 0oher four stories high. and was all prire." most r cently weod by the The 0ostl(e dislrised preosvM th
Clos. a with song and prayer. ready for the plasterers. Take it atft Malsachuttts Nautical Truing its stok I tall be old to the pui
rheoue o= Parshley lot. Just north gather, the storm was not as hard M Sehol. The M -eesf o l bidder wa sthee a s a a GoeMt t b ad sl .
f Presbyterion church, at 12:30 p. m the one three years ago. Jobs r. iherke of o0th IMtoa t. who A Ismll l*rt he te is|propeld
S Pade to form at 2:30 p. m. on the otered 11A.9*7. Ot~er dde wef to be guara any meraMl Iab a
Oide of Duval street. hbed of col Cast Coast lxtenslen All RighL Jol Hali t of mlIoa. 7,r,1, 0.u i egM t to pey t gm aoil
opposite .the city ball. Route -sads&"kofarr of the da C B O
Sat P. m. west o D uval hi its latest Ruium mryo f the da l t4r 11t 1 m p" t oo "I&
So age wrought by the hurricane Thim .11 4 t t1% epIt Is ed tet the ew Poet sa4 by the teokhbmedws. T11
w oet to Housto street. sooth oa U nion r 90 ag o *M -4 tav aft it K low A
am( greet to l'oward r Tlt U umnoy,: 0109M Iths6-Unkatd:is
as t et it toR'alliln tha damasio that ws ler l b 1 r the o am al it M eat msIam"u 80 "r_-a- s 1tin w t e siso
S M a Howard street to Ohio avenue t by the tgal of 190, fears wCr4 Ik I
a talo tertailed for th safety of wthu tshe ete Ve ig M m's *l png,. t is ek of as Pi
S.c lom by iasaged In the W &W A wibealled pa vas T i
S aiq United rnabnu bt of lTed-oestretbm of the 1.tnai',e f the
-, United a ters Oorida st Cost rilway. e-ave
at the *iditorlin. .er, tIsosI in l ars* of the mas bis*
boon warned of the impending dwestg

VAll employee at Kg To i e 48
west tofMathbon The dredge boel E.
S* r crews, lighters sa craft us4d aI h | i 8

tNi An Cltthe lharber at MMiray sad se'ely dP,,
tied up lte reports from the base WAU, OT. I -Ime p-.. *. O aMgM te il 0 w
of operation l adftles that lttle or- me th. showstoa i At-1
jamesV was doA eweber to e*mi9WFio themad O dee fof a les as t e *M- A *& *
iMs ~bs d thee TamsMy or eoastertonm wori. s g esg f. sm Mltog p i
y ar a meo a --The storm caused three wa61s1e lb1 ag4111as XWeoft
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mde Gowr's ast c at railway The" a b. hw ans" of a T ft. i" i is1
it f j a f ote ever. we repwrsdad ra sM ( eMO a"F W Id ftt atl "
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A Nm OW the condition of the
A &s. Reported to Marehal Owens
Bte s&e seefered a iusttr- eid
a agl 5l placedip the old ai
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SW e. em the matter was turn
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''ilJ draw upon the funds of the
S- -O ity usesotatton, If any exist, but
,. th meantime ho'will gladly re.
A esive any aid from the public for the
Aitem man.
Dr. Carter was bent to the man and
did what was necessary for his Im-
modiate relief, while 8. M. Mixads
a:rried over some soup and will see
that he does not suffer for somethlan
to eat.
This I. only one among many snuoh
cases that are oftel coming to light
'In this city, and same provislol sshoid
be mad* by the council to look a
those unfortunates temporarxt1 b gr
Immediate aid. ia what Is geoeally
S needed ,
The man stated that darian .1dI
S ay night, while It was 46 cold, h
m. managed to oraw fro ft. place ove
to the electre light plant, owhee he
L. eelved the tMndest of, atteto by
Sthe Ireman. He bad b'been wittt
. 'food, water or money for t"he pat
S several days, and had only boards to
S Ieop or rest Upo tIn his cabin.
Dies Prem Wpakneae,
Mr. Hall died as a reslt of wpak.
* aess, and partial starfatloa, late
Tuesday evening. He remained epe*
selous until the last, a number of
gentlemen beina with him at the tiae
who had heart of the case aad gon
to tnvestigato matters.
A nurae was employed la the ftr
S oon, and among the ftret thitgs give.
S the maN was a proper bathU t
with aoe sourishmeat in the way of
soup. This was ewteo hartlly by the
-anu, and he claimed that it had
greatly helped bm. but within a few
S minutes of 6 o'clock it wa seen that
S he was breatlna bhi last.
The man has no reo ISUTve tMhi
part of the country that are haow
of, for he oce herie me two ye aF ,
ago from the Newberry seeet.. He
b. h always Uved a eoloded hfa takb
As a tta aoae looaWty. aa with a
bare roqm, a twWaI eatSN h& nmu
a. ed to ladt MAd ateli the .ph
bo n Ito galnm d itlgtah weS.
S tl on the ftran shet here at a&
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WIs promptly p to Mrs. Lyde Bowers Pearce wife nd benefciary o
H Lrry nwood Pearce of Gainesvle, insured under Pokcie$ No. 205
Company. Our remittance was made Withi~a he after l t f pf t



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A copy of our telegram, Mra. Pearce's letter and i fac-0imile
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been stl
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encouragement ill
the citizens
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be found Ina,
bave rented
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Debating
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SEND the follwing m---- s~et he ftsnsel J'&@ki0ovi11ol*117 O6ti40 ,1$49
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Doath proofs L. Peae w unezr P*3..a 1250$7.-8 receive dPo

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LITTER FROM MRS. P0AROL
Florida Life Insurance Co.. lGaMstle Pa* Ote o8 10.
Jaciteonville, Fla.
Genter;.eii: I wish to thank you for your oshak In l JM the on f4 0.^O wNitlt halls ee bWm e y liOtgii Agpst
Mr. B. R. Stripling of Ocala, in full settlement of my sam 10unde~ plleies Mt. -S 4 hldM m Ii y V. l I h lr. uPT H ey I. PwMe9.
Proofs of loss were forwarded to your offcO last nigMt, rellMl thel e tIbis, lg, a bshei I ne plymet ted an d ftlwrted lam.
mediately.
The dispatch with which this claim has bohn hanlod eledAy dementmtee t "W advantage of dealing with a HIte OepWWy,
thereby avoiding delays in making settlements.
Dr. Pearce took out those policies ls then 19 monts age *sld at that time w Is pefet IHh. His untmelly death
* forcibly shoe the wisdom of securing protection *fferded by Lfe I Ntanine wmi n aI (tMirauble endlten.
Your immediate and satisfactory payment of my oflar Is very meh' appMreelata, sa yo heve mmy be"t wishe foe the se
tinued suew.s of the tried and proven, FLORIDA LIPL Very reepetrflay,
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dqhtwr anti wife, for the proteetima of their Potat, thwilvf e...4 kpnd*W..
Are You Insul it "W boe '.II$-
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as, whose benefits artoitnimmdiate, liber a In A&.," Id ',
s~ promi anything they cannot condentlay %dO.
on we 601"1 n4. awl wee the ulifferew. *o sem bwvs e
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n =,Dai ; .ly Sun, pubished ~very m ,or* and t Di ape ftr M ~A I h 10-ld sold.
I a e-xc t Monday delivered by m boUlod DI I h at sL& tu gd
eity, or WoMed to any ut 0 th. it As t likely that Of tee blim -Oc'
St I ateet. tase t re.f t, a ot per Ill;will iapp a t t tert S.l.. .
asue si tonthe; $I.*- versetem d qr Jsead i OIncertain eneagO
48 eont for five r tki Ii hie4- 40nCOd Ea m, kWi it
St *In these days to sake It p fuit
u *-* bject spe latIon. Taft g tae l tto
Re.ding o Ue to o e m t te u at nts A 19HIS
a line a 8 fo r e ise m SmItrs for candidate for0 *
b ,ach additinsl ereion. .4'didWtO e lat.s*4run
Satws Ow play advartilsng' mde me& Owl-' r ( )b A soo


49.i .lth week I it SNrtate ld Eu. of .eIb.ssIm .a a dne, 1B

S T Wr-it hSav nt ,t b both- Statesp o. ,, H.s r i
S adbisdeces with relation. ft the priSolp d
S tohewl stipulated r l. to tr ot Par tie. ameadment) haitg. bee made am v. Wet B,
t kwnd will be reatl8 redo to pgy 0ost itL the a, '..'a t I. 0
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orrm ,L to he s .low family ar.r Th. Rpubtlsaa csaidat- .gmS ae sce .01





i a wto 'l' Pn :ki^^ gpwra^ l Th e W t Ofm r'ue O ir.r d t t .A
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luhe Wrihts have not .tnes se5able the w 4.norad (b Moril, eda AS a&
to Hate as rapu flights as eP. U m esda te of loeanl option Ab, s tBay St.
n.ot IIwit tothe utl-polytoinpot voter I tq ior lthue titesl md a to new .3rr
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I f. New York eda'h tt ti'bout that o-lst-Vi..os i bee t ei DEA- o . el
Selebratio. Te rest of the co try tow ar d t he doubtful alm T for *0 ,.........
paid for p it. h. U, y. alf o t Whe theS full :2 s t
T ated oteou the lpuolratn have lo bet ot hKtS hiN. t Y4I !sWI
rto ase Sisto have nirlow el a ford nto ral lUe lags mleit sr eSt 1 tee m t 1 his f Ba k




S Mropi ahae. In snantport Rapubll- .t t o The eso at Demorae wtl te ov "ur ~-- :t t
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self with the a. t*polga st voters the otor Iue t til. leadi to m reac m lbe 'i of ,. at........



" Dr. llC.ook I."s o t'the Use of hiemo o te tmod tske on t_ meo *urf Te ,erfed ", : ,+,, ."
ow att that speech t e Mormons? lal Vumet. o l M oe o i i, bt Traffic I




If a "cwtal party' were noo rome tm e rpmebrlanc hat dTh' e whthIe li0', tls p .." '1
SA. la spontaneous combustion Mar yland and VlornaLthe nt1 a. ugee o acts *n il ti e e. and lo-
; igt sy at heory for th n lrat Whih noute l forl be te ulo.utort ouat * 10
House fre., sIaq Prshident Taft etere ois e C0tar Ouw. is __ &4 B
SS Itlropett asds diea polcyor noial r. oF R thi. aIong aot u l tTa s ir 'wh as" e4
to the cals for aidI ro mex ed forward to with gret laterestll oiea a [
Isahae In naming two "berar Repab w t ton'Us knows, cobthd with theP . .






S r sho Msao I that he w temonrats have plly e t take* rnthe mulcoiOO The Afer-
?of the wohhe ro sodistance from threpubica wIth Mr .tt Aldrics re- *f o 'i*
a, Sto ate. i ioa y fte tar,,f E ,gen N Po ip etaiNg tr e te,
y- _-haft_ be o noatiat.d for ittia mo o las tot.w)a'
lt Se tobe hoped tbak Bttan's dofgh. Govetnor and carvel R. Shepard for 0.J0 WWNU*Oo4I* .
H wlalt a a s coqurellg'd to rl3 for 6 ine Mr. Ftus 'Ps ie $614 by sentgl:tit tWc
self. g withethethed thwe erobt ov the or reelpro. TaheMs tSeiahi e PAts h r qem.

Chicago man killed his wife and ended Henry Cabot Lodge's ahgly .
Mftelf. rther than work-No he said. control of the organitio. He w
StI ll It lay have been rather thant beatenbt resd to b~ante his pria N
stay in Chicaoe aiples to suit partisan oonvenlenoe. In i I W
U' c r .--- .p- Massoehuetts. where attlonal isue, _____s,__ __ _ 4 _
If th atmospherH Is full of iatra gure largely *n BtSt.te campaigns, the S
bfdlte, at Mrs. Annie Befant clams, "liberal" Republican mosy have an Im- OA t1Vit.Lib I A
boi es airship on ai trel fiht must ortant be on the mresllt of thell b ok by o d T A li'
1. as a awful mortality amon the election next month. That a Repub. RthI
u a afI otaimoont.th lianl who hlas been so active in party ,
ft -a she .atairs as M r. n oss should consent to LTAL ....... ,
m o. utn c, nd elore. on t* Deo ti et tu beeCot. t.lt the 9: 0r"
Sloo for or world to qu thereely dnif ofnt. Democirat ..h.a.vl.ed td t12 4. on t ,,. W ..... W.e-

m eight start right out with their la-,. :
s t~umets and observe to what mth Int o.lon o a Litrs of J.ackson. detled in ron, at t l and r
: d. ro. price of met is going. .e receA hno r e eIons, Sm yourn eAgent,
d *be uro _l aonre dtrtan efrom the voters than he from the O < e t w yn A i
aWith Plincot on deck guarding emy pra In his race for Congress ai nsOt wt to O O
p olteies." Colonel Rooeevelt may coon. PHn ak Clark. be will not get as W. R rsi.mee, WPemee A Ao
Selkde that "nmAletators of great g nl.y votes as t will cot his do. A. W. FiITOT, W. o. TARK,
i wealth" will be as good as they can lar to bhave his name printed on the & r' em PirM Vi ee. iv. Pasr Afet, eeI P Aleptt
be in the absence of the "bou reg .,- u. d fro tAhs oe o t he T. a paars r, -i A-I.
t ..... _.... district Mr. Parris hasl not received wisby&T U 6L,
A new cable ede Is made 'up of r4 lmse e o mof a the s er Turnep, Ot hl ,
word. like "Baslgebhuk." It mneas In the tate-- fr as we have sees. '- *
proximey. C Hev. arved etelyJudge arr. stood high with the peo. **
Rw are the kid.r' n the new sys- peonrol of Dtvtl ety antil he e be ISA B "'-'
li, s a liar." Jach avUil ora carter bl In the last K. remit A .le e pr
e r----e rs- h Lestelotrs but saice the the mem J. Si Ppt M. Ve I
N here obothfacoMesanhuetts ,ual en onalty sses


The Grady Hoapital director to0 hon ben or both feetions to i Dnval oottj Ma- Dlty W. S. WTb e="
u-Mtenoblhv ambulance, Which cau'.ses e gm
the Atlanta Journal to remark that T o 'dood M4&a" ,s oe a that D O.OM A... 1 n
sa od Idea if it don't co N will av an a ratedgrowth.
V". the ao.. -re a ,- ...utoa emen ts g d 4 Per Cent Paid i I n'
_ mas as Imperative reao riht --
A Mude has enjolea a woman fr &,virm Dew it
ing her husband at his businses
lIImll him over the telmegibm rA
tak judge should go higher. says The 1no't trylo patch upa r. SKAaHOA X-
eAtiata COomUtfttlou. for he dt la cTugh by experimat au. tSA L
.m InnlustwUo. whtwh .ihasldbe T O
1 .**, Pens s i
B aPerlt Van Peu kof seoambta euey L mS MaLA
w al to Pre ONY iLDER Si.* peh
per people of,. Ifneea by etrs. ad eift is certals to "let.. aB Y|
g the sueeday teble W sueeh a c iwt ttat"* '*.I.
laws are b u Fmmtoth ea ofei AUM, he Mthmie, o
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ebrated M, JAna~w ..aKt" Mast ~5"Pting al'%-ryVityso
SpSM of Moles of Oliver men,1a1 d no i etD ~ l.~e e h
of PO*4 A dAioetbM Will follow suit .B8"d oom$i SMltela KisT b u' Sh ol
enKies ~j .:1~wexiuit.tare Mahogany, Ifirdlu Eye Us- 3118TIIUSSh o
en Knvsdbsaarteneo.Atlap kred Oak ~inzUlmuiW Pn4M.....
&3U)M m r of drnmmer-4 visit bp'r#"fre- rapi', Veriuis Martins b I bWU 1 P~ it. i
eric n i~-~ -- ---Enaiielled Beds; Lhe b"s TowMA vii i'
e can t igstonpfnirg ever, warraM d
Scbmm~At Ken les autltIn and Mae5 noifeless. Our Mautss,
ItICt"ES f0 h U'r01el sRd Cm% ,Wbk 111

1C prueWos h lo sim ag# ndVco. on, d
VjWjj"g1wowje.tb% d towrDn inal. A utlltline f G
1L_ "ivI '* "red sad lltotbtbo. "Ant cooggi

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'Il 1THE>AILY SUN: 0Al!VILIX 1s$

S The doctor says you have News PROM TAMn A.
lEWS AI" ] got to take Cod Liver Oil- w WtS
if so, why not talk'e it in the eters.burg by Trolley.
S easiest and best form-why special Correspondence Daily S Ia.
r to not take TAMPA., Fla., Oct. 1I.-Work ks
decide wIe tll being rapidly continued on the new
be if msued ilin Y. M. C. A. building on the cruner : -
Scoff' Is uIII U of Florida avenue and Zack street, It-
Putnam ^ That is wha th d said that when completed It wll
e te 'a. That iS what the doctor ,e the bet equipped building of th
bonds for be means. He would not force ad in the State.
old. you to take the crude oil Is rumored that an extension of ..
Ocal when he knows the Emulsion the 8ulphur springs racoa trough
O4ala r m Passa Grille to St. Petersburg will
or the obetter-more easi lydigested be built this winter. Should this be ,
complaint Is overy and ab sorbed into the system ;the case Tampi and St. Peter burg
town i Fl -and will not upset the :will be connected by trolley., wthob
stomach like the plain oil. will no doubt be of great benefit t
-ran through to The Tampm Businesiu College, under
onleto be -~O 3L ame of papert a& ut lad. o r the direction of Prof. L M. Hatton.
Jacksonvill oto ^ ^beautGl Ilaw 'e11 "k and OhIld 5ks boai
known aso thO The aa asa emaua oina xlack any. has a large attendance this term.
service will b SCTr a BaowN4 g40 Pmrw tL. New T* Pupils from au over the State ar en Wh shown positive and reliable roof that a

~ot and seri Made the trip unattended, coming patronized. It is estimated that they y sensible woma conclude that the sme tdy wou
kihot and sorth, a of from Tampa this morning on the boat. handle threequarters of the New aSo benefit her if suffering With the samet tOUble
EdUntiid, SuW Paiat,. She was met by Mr. Young, and at' York freight that is receive l Hee t are two h letters which prov the'efflcleiCy o
rda. The t.,,.n r. ,,- a 11 o'clock City Clerk Divine pro- Tampa. The service has bee I ln- E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. L
petty account. r .' .a 7 Oounced the words that made them raised.
pm'.ani t and wife. The bride has visited Sulphur Springs is a very popular 10. M -1-1 WK .M. I .f- e
Nof.withStnditr dhSk. in St. Petersburg, having been here resort with Tampa people, and if ru. I.3 P dlkbn Vru-. . .. O.. fe. Lab 1
o t f ot- several years ago, when she spent or is correct Its attractions will AM w ms a Sr sihg "
ound In hise Woa u noud ,the time with friends. The groom is l e greatly enhanced in the near ft*- iAm a
ing whi be of buri.l Whose and orange growers, owning a ne rmnined to lay out $0.000 golf alelw' a
d c wa d retftoenee Ioo" nt home, embellished with excellent sur. tinks. together with a very Gooe r s-c I g
e ba at WPe ntoW0 rounding, located near Maximo. Fol- course. Pow -t
ried as a p the lowing the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Suarez, the young saxaphone l
ithorltles to liu lho had Yount drove to their home in the player, is attracting attention by his
nthority to ordr boral country, and will there receive their Akllful performance. There is no h- m .
l .ving failed . friends and congratulations from loubt a great future for him l.
hosts of friends.-St. Petersburg inde- -"
Spendent. eTwo More Laroeny Caee. M a
Judge W. 'M. 19eadige. of
Deputy Sheriff Raymond Stricklad
,unibia County, heldI BITTEN BY RATTLER. lowhh' w
ce longer thau the BI NBY RATTLER Waldo was in th' city Tueosly. We will pay a handsome reward to any pnon who w .
ate of Florida. All M P Capt. Cox of University Suffers Much vingcome for t of bring prove to us that these letters ar nt genuine and tru
Hinted by GoV iS1817. Pain From the Bite.' wren e couple lof ;ountir..ne. hor -or that either of these women were paid In an way for
ince then e haeN down Capt 11. Co of the Uiliv.r-ity Dean Cheatham was given thirty their testimonials, or that the letters are published Wit
each election. a /sgBerv- i confined tu his room aH the result dnd s for larceny, or a flne of $20 and their permission, or that the original tter from ach di
the people of jaithfully of having been bitten by a ground t '. not con to s entirely unolicited.
.r -2 Years and ..-co-- Irattlestmake, nhich he took to be Wim. Allen was also mip on a charge / Wha p. an o
nee and respTct or e N b. The any on Ck I
Ipei. cnia t:. t e among the innocent species ,of stakes. of rcey and was sensed to pay
rspective candidate lie wags near the T'. & .%. wter tank it fine. of $50 and costs or spend three I
litates before I't l week en he came acr,. te limonths with Itawis & Co.. 10 Grt
de lves, for Wi reptile, and thinking it on' of the Itoth of them failed to have thf o Pook e to0 WA rk 1
as solid a.s Q i ,-LA 'Cityikind that a.s not lpolonous Iik ked necessary" and they will go to the t f
r .. it up to tak. to ith 'n\1cr. I iy. The' ,;ip., ntier u -n,,llon. tl 5 3_ of Ori lto ,r W i 1116
reti.; have th4e1db tion of snake bit hi ni d wlithiK a rvw s mt----*e-- it t
n a trip of b*9 Iadred minutes the left thunimb of hisi hand CAPUDINE for THAT HBADACNL& to Wi 0 a fo r 1i'T,
Iles to wed their kthis was was green and h, b c:ime deathly Out last night? Headaho asd ier. r
e case with Mli g~siack, having to be taken to the Unl- oU this morning? His6eW, Capdise ______ _.
ao arrived from trla thiJ varsity by a trin.l1 for treatment. Just the thing to At yeI for blM Is.
morning. Thewedotal *ort, -- He has suffered .uch.',h rOn clear's the bead-braem the se1'ves R eLVER RvICL. o. l oome ........... ... ,'
result-of the bite, aid while he I TryIt. At drugsto. I. .....fTrade 'Takes'Asenitow s C'.....S......o,
*- *- *** vout of ll danger the bite has caused "TI o Trade TakO Aestn to ** ie9. 0 U .............
nL ,i --him no end of trouble, and it was only ere Mais. On0. 0 igh HIg iss....... 14
IaneSvlii| U III I 5 ilthe quick action of being taken where At the sage tlos of Mayor Da,Ceh., .. A. Mks,* WAM *o...**. 1*
-- he could receive treatment that J (lee.vlle oa. of T .rade ha.e 3. ............**.* ****.....
Scprobably saved his life. t a taken up the matter of racing fund rak 0D. Ws ............... .
i.ew stock g- WItr the purpose of a silver service o U Le .. .....,... .....
-LO ITEMS. Parte desiraing to contribute tose -0 t rA ho waties roleiu t
F o[" t M U1A dS, wiLCOX, Oct. 12.-A number of ? the fud a soify ,p .,pm polt la Alha eh a ty.
ei ls l f T1 l < *ou npr young p epie spent Sunday launch Sore hoI t ,try. 4 the a "
,-enniS aldn onl i the of famous old Suwann lbeeUI C Iw. ..t .. ill .1. ts A *0Ma 4 U
!' ready when at leisre to engineer the ,- 1. $Hampte ............ 50 timrs *e emo o erMua ht IM( wh1



IS -OM."lad t the oet.. may wil" hia t 'O NITUREWcTORE -w..a. Te," ................ m s. sm ,,s ,, w.T
ieml arie so n deri a bisuit with the delicious vaporation. i now putting on display w w. maes. jr ........... o. o *... ... ..
i are S..a U Mrs. 8. A.. Bryan of Starke and the preTttiet antl most upI D n "" ... The .as. .* .r .M i"g eg
iric| Crl KI ^ daughter. Gertrude, and son, Rolland O ate f tr itW *............... ,
-W ""visited her" ..n. Walter Bryant. tbis evr offer Oains T, Sus,, ................. Dr. A. D
e : ._ I1 week. They added to their roll of eW .. "uisu
ived new stocc eids ebore. goods such a. tx12 Arti] sm ................ .m VBTERNIIAr A a*
rs..., .re.eli and sister, Miss qae i W Mo, D ,,
rinds Cu' Lufl" "Li Col""l. re ti T "" jn s, ABe simnisltoz., l .,i". s ue ............ G i
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e firt atep towards getting a hligh rad6 syrup tlathe eltan atd
stranlnag af the oles as It-Iaveo the ml ipot. A tab =ade
ge half of a syrup barrel answers well fro the trainer. A hole shotsld
lo the side of the tub lirs enough to Admit the *ed of the jtlce
sad the junction should be made tight aso not to l 'k The tub
be plod oa m plaeordm to get it lp elO to the B ll spout. A"
of ine wirecloth hboult be tacked over the hole at the end of the
I. the tub, to eot as a strainer. This should be aMtse an so tht it
145y? be takes off forl eensoln, which will often be aseemety. I "b a
lan be had In quantity, an excellent Juloe 0W can be tawe by
tse tub with it; but It must be renewed WVdtalthe daily. Rt eah
sed over again If it IIs waAhed d ried, ad tMhem-the dst abake~
It. On top of the tub and held to place by a vire hep. 4ubI
as of obese cloth should be used This will eso .require to be
renewed. On Wp of al1l 4 plee*, about I- ts i square, oe ordinary
4 wire aptluing should be laid, to eatch the rougher parts ast the
runs from the mill spout.
This gives us three tranlalgs and a Altering, which should make the
o eieen enotoh for evaporating..


FOR CITY MAR4HAI.


To the Voters of the City of Galine
*.l&iJe: A special election having beet
' edM on Tuesday, October I9, foi
the election of a Marshal to succee'
IeM T. Arnow. resigned, I ben tU
aUlonacu e that I will be a candidate
Ets that office, and ask the support
*J m fried idl,. lleing thoroughly ex
ri5enced along tne lile of pollct
ortk. hlch iase been gained by a
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ctlasn Marshall,It ay ato In lkthis Lawylf a1 Iw"r-1 d mi'asi. I3
palty meets you aw tIOft1 I ask Oes-WkII. thil W n0 l'mIta .o. lord IP-
ypour vote to be cotasued It ofle., us1een PId >{k. yn,io **xsamle bla
Sinteerely, WIARRY L. OWENt ttle i-frr wO:(,t lzatrild. I'd halt
^- ,, to R1 51 ,t4 --J.wU t*. -
to p t bit *1 *
I respectfully aanounae myself a t -" Orugglete
candidate for City Marsh) ,at the gp tht m beet o
clal election to be hekl 0a Oetoaber o medtt tabei oliI: brab the
l~th. I s to the ruac OtAO the pei literd -rlmesof-Ahe past year or two
lose e the day of the eloetiot, aWn there were nDad too poor to pay tbheh
respectfuy ollett the oetoe olf ua f bottle of this to
foi"lo tvla t- **t *mviet If o1 'My lislepenablei rawly medicine. Be uar
fello"wel s. promising. it elected, ge the Iae. 1e. 3k and
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Trains Nos.
he regular tI
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1il again be
ity, so 8 1
informed ther
He stated
wouldd hardly
middle of NO
more than pr
present trains- !
are, and the
lon would gi1
rice it baa'
With the *-
will give this
sixteen passe
in and out (t.
T. & J. comply
ule and start;
ness this nU
to about twenty
Superintend
that the night'
pass here ab
would leave
same time, butl
Jacksonville sal
be shortened
placed on to *
business and
of the local
over them,
places like
burg and juncte1I
The above V
delight by qull4
pie of Gainesvil ay
night service
and It will al
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luiliht is miienil
without stars.
fer to a total
If so the ecllpi
the Chinese list
141 B. It I is t
mootn 1t1 peared 69a
Ing flve days, 11
caused great tA-.
pie. In 74 B. 0
star as large as S1
and was followedR ,
eral stars of eg
probably refers to
bolide, or fire btio
menwteoric stooenM

SPiTTrING

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tho 1,0 -1 nieah4
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: THE KIDNEYS WELL

Heilth is Worth Saving, and Some
Gainesville People Know How
to save It.
Many Gainesville people take their
;' lives in their hands by neglecting the
kidneys when they know these organs
ated help. Sick kidneys are response.
ble for a vast amount of suffering and
ill health, but these le no need tc
s suffer nor to remain In danger whet.
all diseases and aches and pains duc
to weak kidneys can be quickly andi
permanently cured by the u:e ol
Loan's Kidney Pills. Here ia a Gaines
H i vdle citizen's recommendation:
r Mrs. KE. H. Walters, 108 N. Oak ave
,* uue, Gaineavillefl Fla., says: "My kid
uaye were disordered for soma timt
and I could find nothing that wouk.
wreleve' me. I suffered greatly frotr
lo w headaches and was often so dizzy that
S could not stand. Seeing Doan't
dniy Pills .advertised, I procured
a box and began their use. They act-
i' ed quickly and it was not long before
test 1 received relief. I have no h"eita-
., tion in giving Doan's Kidneny Pills
mt my endorsement.
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
Of cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
'+Iy" New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take so other.

A Rare Autograph.
"What iN lte rmoslt l'xit'lenaive auto-
rZll^ graph you ever mild?" inqiulred tife re
ily porter.
. "That of Thnlma s Iyn(b. .Ir." an.
the swerved the dealer. The reporter looked
S lterfe'lly blank. "Never heard of him."
be confessed.
"Well. he was a signer of the IDe'Ila-
ration of Independence. He sl\ged It
as prosy for his fattier, who wan ill at
the time. Soon after be went to sea
and was never heard of again. Now.
al autographs of Ite4inlrntioln oilers arm
SL mu-h sought by colle-tors. None Ua)-
proseb in rarity tlhoe of Th' mns
wi'th y0-h. Jr. Illn fat. o far as I kllo.
i, th there is on!v one In exizlMt,'he.
t.. pO'. "'hbi hit s tied tonl It iutogrnlih ettier
d the addrePsedl iy l.yn,-b to (,,i'Ue Wns.-
Ita ce Ingitom. whl'Ih letmtl it i 1dditlia4 il 'nlii'
iag it was oniveid al one aluti lIy .lnred'Y
W ork Sparksi prtelhenl of' llnriird e'I ie'
.- ul lew l ien l i r i*ste1 ,l 'i 'lannall' .tAd
did Elin cti. frimn whotu I b,,'-hll t it
for the su;m (i I.INW). I sold It to Au.
g s tl ittll illv. w'to Wil Ita k4,':, :tiltn
Wti graph eoll.tort. for t.:.tm. I.ater :;:i.
(JItded Ia iet rell:wt:dt of 1-lllt hl) Ig '1t" al r lI
iot' k go from lhiiA' i ..m '-il ii: mIil ttired It
-'. I' from ialy for $.' JTU. retu.I IIn it
ORd i afterward it hit l.eni.\ I': inrv. N.\"0
'r- York. wbher It is tnw."-l'hbidelpbla

#11r The O-irin cf "9o2."
I4 d iThe origin of '**Ho" is known to most
t Uir- traders turerested In lDkikeus. A
which younger brother of the novelist was
p5. p known In the family circle as Moses.
"lthaet In facetious alluslon to one of thbe ebar-
-TWi etv aeters In the "lhIar of Wakereld."
IJI ev- and this ewing pronounced iin fun
Int. h through the noue bcannie "Bose" amnd
Sfar" so "B*o." wbk'bh Di'kPns ado)pted as
.F tatn hi esirly peU naihs "Bod." be unce
wrote, "was a very familiar household
word to me Iong twfore I was au au-
thor. iand no I came to adopt It.
Before tlw renal ame of "Bos" be.
- 1af iy eat.We well known Kmnebody inenlted
and circulated tbe following smart epl.
il l I09 W'ho the Dtickern "lo" could be
l tg Puzzzle imann a curlous eIf
Tl4l tim nilnveIl Ih mvteTry
bgtt Ard "'Hix pI.em if ia tuci to 0 H ,.| ti'..- i'iaultgly. bt a un .rnm-

Arelt 'I t *lr "BHu s tiptop teller?
b ,Ms write w~Il. but he wirtes Wctller
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A promloent mereant of
eently acosted a gentle 9 the
street with:
"Good rocuanlo. Mr. Johbale. i ow
Is coal to(ayrT
"Well," rimpoded the other. t1 o
not much acquainted with the bli
market, but I c n ancertal In e ptee
If it will aroemaModate .Yvo." .
"I beg pardon." lusight tihe ePo
chant. "I really itlugtbf eai Wem
Mr. Johnson, 10e oral dealer. Toa
certainly riemieub bin),"
A few day lter the meealibt i
tered a trai.srar andt, seatinig l tt
beside a gvatlmuan. exclalmed epliiUt
"Well. Mr. Jolhnon. I'm ga&d te '
ognite you today. I made a l0eiga1e1
mistake one day last week. I alaftek
another man for you and. addrealal
him very famillirly. asked bow o(Il1
was. oe looked amused and rpiled
that be did aot knuw much about eit.
but would lnqulifeif It would agR
modate me. Ti'rlu I looked at b1a1 i -0
saw that be Was a perfect sttfhag
It really was laubhable, Mr. Job ln.
but be looked so much like you."
"Ye," respoded the gefttlea.
looking more namard. "and I am Ibat
same party agail."
The meraniet rieongtlsees I or
coal dealeri.-London TIt-0ItI,,

Utter Covt'cm*t
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"I wottlu't eVs'tl I. *'mm 'tid ti Iou
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SwFood.e erts x. ..... psitory
4 fit .00 t

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MSpsotl dWhat 1G. ua e O*
ep Happen.-Personal and t Opgl qg
$1,00l0%teofm the City. WsI b-.

Sale-Th lrtywgato )I* ,
Inquire this ofof" goodto
n styles of --DR ll ,- PtDAG..# r. .-B ' -
O. Saunders A kaile. Stk
enable of Arei,, .- tor our
l to y to etl.e To.f M ., .. ; A. Fairco H
r Pound at adw & te tdcd See lasd IriMe po
W. We T t 'i your .o0 -bK -- t ..s '-I
Ssari. ee etylensU 6f artei, fam I
C Laceunt, poetmastor of cheapest to th best at SauadersA tq tes
springs. was amao the visit or a le's. e044. 1 ,
idty yesterday. Wh. ha doubt a tjio f fNT. o
to the 20i, qentary eaae orowd-4t- lU leNa. yo straighN t t *d aot ISgl o h
Si scold Jules only 6 oents the Brown Hoe,. hou ne
les. Cllonl r. Ar mouI'- tia II a w I W .'. # A. Phi er.
S lahbter, mnagr of the Peia haui4he best e-t -ll.
n'o business at Mlasopy, was haTers 4.s. I *in South p Gai nes
tk the city 1 Ocn Jan. -We N iln bottl w oec't__ Appnly
.1eal "T1ho-811 Ribbat ln e"a" t.Jul to tiny pant6 of thv* 1 P cw
V11qal the phrt fe IaTS 1ets*M tte*Chgsr. w. vero house torm.
.', l i Dr., .o Mrs. HUo: U,. .- .omyr 1~ .n W. 8W Dorsey. a.
J. if Wet l1 for copied by 21 C Mlwok", 4 o ot o
IVy vit to Htch Sprc, were among the oheppers Ttlln tbh Ask be iv
Ie poe0 to instruct Tt. band city yesterday. ..t 1i X t PSO. roo cottage sew.
yw nal'** Mrs. L. C. laync, Who has bow trio lights, bath, sew.
Ad M ys. i. D. Woo N viDs- absetf or the p Mt sevewst boa r laconveniences.
In the city yesterday on a Batlsam and rHedeosonvill, N.o. C,. -
trip. They were sccompsa returned to her. homer this t smooms
their bldren eight. ot t th l r up-0tairs room,
Sa for a evei i a 's Mrs. J. Hannon heft yesterds y 4 4 4 some tW the Owt.PA **ty to party nishedout
re-The Baird Ele1tric Theatre. fo' IreenIlle. Ala ,a soomit of.a&" 6 a .-t Main street, N.
ibNk pletures. Pricm, 10 and neos of her dqotei. Ma.- 4. 2L N HOTEL. Jack-
I Ine o *f 1tty, ws o 1- lB w. nShipman, Manager.
WI. DO .sad little son, who \Oliver Kite' will bate OWthe fartl~ le osM id diI r t um i.. OR 8 -o 1srooms at reas-


e rteday. something nie. the to the. oet lo Pltla 4 wit st f prawt 7, aloawt pr ix-room cottage lo
bwaerias Coouh Remedy has 8plendid adeville fate t Bar d f u a tj Drs 6t y T01 '4, M01 eA stave f all modern COD
ftaous for Its ees. of .oaghs, Theate tonight. Watass o the vlo. f^ dtA e h p t mouth; also one
d. It otl o har Illstrated songs o pl t ... Ga
. a........ S. s. p.t r.. aro'dnad we. ela thl tal p d o i: Oratbla toc. Addru aim n e
Sold by all druggisto. The Barnemt Workers 9olety of b&M o polthe i tm. t o eb --r n ,Ia
' -- - D ne tt ofhMihaUo W AS thelt. P este.ria c . t&e vIItors to he ty ,e eet hi to at lo ,e r mnti T bot 1100 pou c,
|a tP tht the roadf arod a ttedB f re td. r o tMM. Nt case of $800 cash.. IA. .adsock. Clark I
ry, t the armers are tuffer- Just lo from John Chesnut's faSien a tka br "- 4tisa. th s atT ioCse BoPi4a.otS
rati more than the roads. fresh country eggs, guaranteed, I e abermla'iia Uaw nt takes at 1 the .
how eet potatoes olc per peok or;ee and. dr.t fawav the patl. $'R 84jB-Lot 100xl5 feet me t
resh meal, 1tom new corn; ap Sold by aU drugglats. o t Maa and 0Bond stress. t OPEN-
,cr and tTHAT br adI t rl e eIlas freh every A. 3. O aYger, l 1. a recent h n l- f lash, balance Ot own terms Att.h aun. Millinery Palr.l
SOUrl ain. Job, Cheanut. rival the oth eight per cent lnteresto H. RH m 4. Cou rt House
v o The puaaoMt pargative ete8 ex.P a home cy Wau amlw oPrth ga.s MeCreary. ot1iiratilll6he,1 Florida.
an Oae tht t o pertenced by all who use Cha.ber- Vlep efodt uy d fot SSdo to T-3he I- O. A" t
dy-F6AT, sCTOBER- 1" stomach n ae o a rw r TH I N OAB W at aro i"
Stn ,,healthy a .fs rogt ot tg boday .aa nyo ttto aPlank', CureB T"maa--" r h
mind which they Create., askgi oap at nmbery of prebblt os wbla heae It.s antd d to fere Palarits r it
..Th.e Sesscan'm Oreatit feel oy ol. Sold by all druggists. p eil o i sre n rom s tortn fdO her ~P e w. et o m ..r h .
TWOMEY DnAMATIKATION were In the ity for a fe w r ytea w o have s led ero ILt e o
terday en romte to ol ambasf g t o this bity to ake hel ninashed perfouae. The reat w
The-y wMm rnI rii n.Jb g Mrwt. ,m, e. |1ri per--- tJ e,' tshis a. n du Hu
new ear and claim that only oas short i vl M la _htw -4. "a
stop was ande between Oal a *nd .i om othotNntae" mothera onel fIoI -Frida.
nI by wh us .K At least one play li annced for manager has oootas to know to otorbo s



ounlug his ho me at Lesturg.ZSI pohit Se towhlh an appeal for support iai. October 11th. Seats en pale at W tor y edi t
Famou At' ntlAe n RVmanc bultt lene place there luring the s male to sit In ludgment on the pro- S o'clock today at McCoU A Co'. M& S Og U M PLI o
pant sutmar. deotd and to dcide for itself the drug tore. RNsoVri
T SCE Atbertt. Vot. known a thts ee eacst seed of praise or bias to be
Anyone bust ingTPlank's C rsl TM'A H^' %* cewill to
hoItIsvey3 CAST phosphate is Fierida. e.G rwho gs Gsmatsasion* p- August J Evansm
the-&-2AMI~seo A ILs, a ma s hssaone, n so-lgIs~ei~.at -- AWAS ZA D*a


eatu en mae a sawr er Ttaor hAere yesterday em be to Ubather audleces as appeal is e TreaM'er tmal, 1 aSON
i eCelum& C. n with the II0 U. L Bd made to those who m st Ietvitably rY h I lld-- o
be its0_W meet evere dge In the aease Im. o! O.
that the play will have to posse" wan-
sm al ewrit to order to wie cowmme-
Jatas. It will of eceetsy be jidged
U R II TI y a pubile keen to detect may fales
S"ott Inword or is atttiso, fr the*

of O t h' o Fana at OS r h-re it wa peut in
,the Both. woe s matksle were -.
S* ad 1ITl wboe ratre betas was OAINEV
~MITU o ealustd with the life 9ft the mouI-
Be try souAt or Mao saad m Ioa. t P Cpitlo ,000 $1(, .00 00

E BVhLLE 8U IES ih "a "tre sed mAade is stru *We ts", please I is
W buy in awr t4s os al to get a beUtr We and give to m ra .
our cutomm advantage of it. Call on m ,g', r bee -..1Oa* Ma a "i
- when I Wied of a Buggy. al tor *,t .,T"a .I: .. . I I-I..4

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