Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01266
 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 15, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01266
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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UARCELONA, Oc 14. --rof. Fran-

'' The eecution ws do at the fort- *
Employs to res of MonoFjuich, wb the prisone
SForced Bank Employes to hadbeencolnedls.'c Floatig EqripaBt of East ast Extenso ad
m tiou by court-ma lal. The doomed 4
San faced the firing squad without
it-,: -/ rtflinching and fell dead at the first __1_ ____ ___
. .-',, ", v o lle y .
GO, Oct. i4.- bl- John C. Dufy, cashier of the bank, Into Except for a momentary expression MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 14.-News reach-of workmea are beg eared for ud
bdit who INj-g *a at- the cashier's cage just after the clos- of emotion immediately preceding ed here late yesterday afternoon of have U1lloeat supplies of toot. The
robbed th a : r h0 ofins 1 of business for the day. his death, he retained his composure the sinklg of the tup "Sybll" and aen behaved well and already ev*T
kine Aal "Call everyone in here Into that to the last. "Badie" at Bahia Honda during Mon- gag hau onm to work clear away
an arit-on cae, or I'll blow your head of. Hur. The firing squad wu irawn by lot day's hurricane, und the loss of the the Wreokage and prepatW l for
hore, twegtyj4 i ~I rt# ry up," aid the robber as he covered and the command to Ire was given eleven members of the Crew of the opening the eateasioa to tramlc."
ao, commUli .by them with a revolver. Dufy, unarm- by Geu. Eaerin. Just before his eyes "Bybil," including Capt, Parker.The The track north of Marathon Is
Ihinelf In I~i whIen ed, Eomplled with the demand. The were bandaged Ferre examined hisa rew of the "Sadle" esaped. washed out at ge al points, but the
Sbay by itiEuw Park bookkeeper and the receiving teller will, which had been drafted for him This news was brought her by the exttof thil basa nu ot yt been
sad a pose ame into the cage while the intruder by 8enor Permayor, dla of the not- relief epeditte mat out by The M dete.
poatnot oof. h. h a helped himself to all the money In rtes, whilethe preparations for the tropolls, the local afternoon serwsp TlIto er J. MI.twa, an old eM
am to th i a aiote. eight. He carefully tucked the gold execution were going a. The coa per. plf o e Pi s Mt Ottat rarl.
wau oaptkt*i ianily ad bills into his pockets and then ex- tents of the will have net been made The loss of lite o the tug "SybH" way. w diW ed at MlItlbo
the robbery, oa(s tb ppri. claimed: "If any of you attempt to public. includes beeldes Capt. PareL er, Wt. It M at ytw dy tt
tractor of 4fay. follow me, I will kill you." He start- -- n Pe. PBot WMtI te the P. sa 0. steamlew wMb have
me ton 1le 1 ~i0e was ed for the door, and Duffy immediately TWO BALOONS 8EN OVER Peteron, ad even deMk beade. e uk O etlM ,wh trl at Kt ihts
In a runnl i (itgh Iwa telephoned. the marshal's office across AN W A T w l
John ee W the the street. By the *tme the robber SAINT ANDREWS BAY. The foowlag statement was gives ye l b e m
John 8 u telethe street. By theh time the robbery fro& Miami eAtt*ag t rvi
mray m ql i reached the automobile, Sheehan w Ea u -M until the eate xin is Ispi opetd to
pvolver, o# t oalow t running toward the bank. At the PENSACOLA, Oct. 14.-Partles oI-. Pktds o t Oost railway: traff
the sleevre s l g Aftwr light of him, the robber broke into a Int to the olty from It. Aadrews, est "The IO of life on the or S a Tb N Metoptl epedtto
several blos~ia Sf Uita to run, and citliens held the chauffeur. of Pensacol, state that Tesday eight Coast eztexsoa io limited to the erew a wshbe of 4,000 fat of tn b
ck his purmetqt,to ran The chase after the fugutive was a two balloons passed n that city, of the tg "lybil", and Timekeeper tween Manatee oad Jewish rek, as
shed closely $ Sheoo.- thrilling one,. ut ended In his suicide moving in a southwester direction. Brown at Marathos, a total of twelve the Plorida t COaset ea o. The
when he saw ISh lla s the within a few ihinutes. All the money At the time- the; were lghted 'they person track a was sbifte ty feet. The
Ith his revoel4t r a his taken from the bank was found In his appeared to be between s0 and 1,0 "The Sefttla equipment of the roa pvi s that the OfteW y bad at Je
he fulutive pet the m leO of clothes. feet In the air and moving at a good sad unom-pleted work wore badly ash are nrun llo w.
I revolver hta l & h and The robbers had called at the bank rate of speed. Both were moving dl- damaged. There was, bqwever. ___
shot which s wk la i. his early In the day. rectly towards the Gulf and were damage to thq omerete wrs at say lW4SACOL ,i., Ot. 14.--The
Immediately. ThItoty of It was learned that the dead robber watched until they disappeared over potat All of our camps wre me--
id man and b l la had registered at the Avenue HOUe the Gulf. The parties who saw the or lees wrecked. but the larw force 4Osmtis < Pisp Two.
dman and eIshe te adr e wIhatW ne n oe the uclitoand thoat e amlo wo ith Lost ance
obbery waiis t i ~ o. J. C. Wlshon. Milwaukee, W ., and that conditions tate that the ind was to
and as tke the aU Vmu4o1le which tooktim to the much direction that the b hoons wou |C
securing about a gold High! %ad Park ba'ik had been loaned be compelled to tall in th QOuit. Lifl i I LfWa at
d bills Iltea .. JBri at4 hle 1 v J. J Kelly. a wealthy mining

iT ressi0

Total of 90

,AS. Tex.. Oct. 14-The an-
Ession of the Teas tate Moth.
nre'. which will Ope In the
,'thdist church on October 18,
Ir,,.rt the Interests of ore
r."' 0 children. .. .
Iondav evening ths session
Shield and welm-om be e o
trmn Mayor Ha r ity
t'h. rt for the city Ierwatl.
",Iz fhr the PForum1, 1 Mary
)r. % for the DUas V s Ktbder-
at*l" greeting ftra M i t e-.
ack.r Idve of bat AaOmi Dr.
t,,.1 of BoEt, M, I ttild
oIfnt of Oklahoma lPJden
', Mrs.D De tarIM MgMgii-t
ian a Mothers' (OgpMq, ad
"Iftran of Chag. 1a
largely takes

THEN K KL 1,1*11 1186w ne.
TO" Kl"L FILY Drowned in Tub of Water
R present APPLETON. Wis., Oct. 14.-Miss 4 th ,
,Luy Diet ,C agd 26. of Horo ville. ATLANTA. o, t. c 14.-Wbile *r Ia rtr cold. thoeh., and you
Wis., on(e of five children at the Diets playing happily within easy call of her better bring ber IB."
home to attend the funeral of their voice, ittle Clara Harbin. The chills mother then opS4ed t
father, which occurred Tusday om- door of the sittingroom ad went out
emitted suicide early yesterday, after the two.year-old daughter of Mr. and on the porch and the next moment
Ione of the' brothers Is said to have Mrs. Warren I. Harbin, of 73 Patr the order people were startled by a
the reports of delegates from over the round enough strychnine iw the opff Route, fell accidentally into a tab scream.
State and In forminI the organtiatlon. pot to kill every member of the fatly, of water yesterday afternoon at her The child had ben foaud, lying is
Mrs. Cree T. Work of Denton, Mrs. i t believed that Miss uet reae listed father's ouse on logi the tub, with Just bhr bhad in.raered,
Emily Thomas of St. Lousle. principal she had been traped and took a dos randftb.r' houre on L t e wat. w ai s oly about a fee
of Lenox Hall, and Mrs. Hefferan of f the poIson, a tomet and was drowned lImost lame. deep. Mw tly sh had beua le sina
Chicago will te the principal speakers. The iets estate, in thich all the diately, over the tab ajN paddig her a*
Tuesday evening the season ill be children are Interested, i vahled at M&p, Harbi bad carried the eMk M ln the water wh she lot er blJ
heldg/n the auditorium of the high alxmt S2s,4;4. over to I. A. Harbun's hf q, wehik ab e.
school, and amoux the sl.eakr rs are is near her own. gand wIde tho famly A physelaa wa called I t. but be*
Dr. A. Caswell Ell. r. RI Wrk W OWENTERad gathered Into the estU 4eoom fore ,l arrival the breath of lte had
and Joaeph Morgan. RICH WlCOW ENTERS alkis. little Cla was permitted t 0*WSe out of the little body
Wednesday morning after a brief KNOXVILLE SCHOOL play around the room and is the ha. Clars had Jst pI se h er emed
sesiton a receition will be held b. hbad bem abwmft for wseeral mo Mbrthday and had sever kaown a day's
ia the parlors of the Southland JHtel NI ASiILLE, Tenn.. O ct. 13 A --' ents tf're Mrs. Harbin notteed It sitfkess. She was an uMeallly brism
from 10 to 11 o'clock. At I o'clock ftnoxvill dispatch may. that Mrs. and she imme4lattly asked as to the aod bMetUful child, with geMo hal
automobiles furnished by the Dallas lisabeth IAti.. *I 4.:' a waJiy bchid's werabouts., and flt eoimplIkmen, was the pet
Automobile Dealers' Club will convey wid, has entered the putM~ schools "Why, oe m the back porth piup d4 favorite of the saUtN aeIgleo ,
the delegates around the city. after as a pultll in the first grad'. be 1oh lg," -swered t he ~er Mrs. HarMS.

ic vetion t 1a houlpened & sadsi mca xsw e to e te
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Evnispert of the yew. M II
The man nde m ar ret hiurrllei by
the poftee to have bees a 9 Soieme IV5IU Na
of the robber, is Keelyn's
Him s= kaeI FMed "Wa" NMI b beeMIN L MW3. wi.Oe.L4-'i samwna
beow a trusted *SUPIof Ke*s Ineba me C b~me~ C heyo bu AA
the Womet andIs C himP for GO.O sto v i 5 *100*yew isirns ml

ItIg Ahut the esester ad himnWORMgem "hINDmof1O
geW sawdothtbe hmd empased god" 80to I e", is1,11,110
"toI be MW s iM ~etow o ebom hb lip U~Is lab"ad A4W
-W IWW -a ow -O s pomov-, -ma
CI sma" isathe at me bw vihe__ Amam$
I ogrm. rktf s, bm e bos" a. meso *
to Mi.et "aas. S esilmap* -ain i*dMWI,' .
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Hol oe #Thi es~

Dot though the feharsaw z~stab&s os*
themot p~pee~gstudiefts I k.
ik U~e itwr, by so V"" kshos
*~wrst hepulA*G"da ob W-er

14', ofa* rs bowad s~ut

1*IL.*w- hiaslf and fta i t
lUter M lslusonetobwse
Jj ',Jhwof bimU, so lulas fto Ib theew
.,*ot ba. aniesssipl*, is iasevr
'~aght~'vrdIn thought atimil."U
pselas ilyto ioU., p *4eat410.

~gme~t iawhoa so amny gathe
i0e&kthor aqpiratleain40mosm M4a

for Ikue, k agrldporkvlyamw west.
*~ ~ f seswtotbigprties"MW Andbe
at salm sbeeis *now&* bwmmaa.The
4 1mor ehaUAugmr o AHlenHaMeud,
R L Omo stuu'wham velaws Iv is le di
S pupi esdureeeven aftr St. Due has
kiled mmumi's o "aIn a del &and
broght about Ike deeth of bin 456811.
""ra"toawt o "Is o*f heo as
amedveeeis A Pasbeli *awaqm
WMlerbles." thao ugho
mumthe tman inmat pueema"bt"I h
keynote of the mms m dcarce. A
bWejbsoldman of a in. soilto be

sekig eWthe go"= Utile
mrm muvmy, the Patrilean duhe
fthe soo hearing wit"eluts
Ath.beam ee of enom's e=No"em ad
"m we wtholhlr the mabor love that
IM ow to be reomyuokd. Is snhe
ehaatrsof Ge~rtrud Henigaw M
GardwIm A^ ~who beem. asowand

SiI* faihfuto mbW4f
siqerON hSAW lomgpveqt

~ on hdo l~Y tm& I
-- 41ah~II~~fu pe

am k eetes s he $be O theMe

V44EW0004 1c it o.As,04,

we -Romso~mnend

We are so poetlys that our soiemly
a Will permumemtlyFrelievewtpatimn
20'30Aww~b m orIo~x tmy b.. that
we oLogr t Ismls the sat ou'
09AW $66u01u4 it tal to prodce sals-
SIot s orsebIs"(aoatteomt
ttwgs L~zatiO QT K c t.ato do
r.agcb Wa ., thovrSbe a eacio
*~~41 Irtt iweavem the bowels And
teito eamspalpetou more
U""_ I bsoorm,,

LrtlI 7WI.
A bw"f t upa)ndt

OTf5U bSIIwot '* -"Uweak.
h1tb~e activity

elpimat OW edy fladv R00labor
ofte ow aeqsjptw esnwosmth skew
~~i11:1110f the best.
'bte 014m ## wos U ",lasbe-
ingarqe PepA**" d $"p"O

"~ l~st to Oaks beingetom
beh*, 44 wolf

mea theawsoa 04 uscales of.the
bw*. j& oy. "oeany h & a"_o

oU;Ia~a, d ~iVMS% ause

be. takusrj. .I MOM.

or haituaW o"uso, If
uriemi flrley. *d tu6yrladaof

it=onalo enth OPf tvbv* heyli i

11n tWO S st es ftla~m. ,It tablet,
1o coasts; -a towhs, Is gouts. 6014
'14 QlnesNitl alt- OuGr store-The
iwwiail64t1.. W. xMoQ~lm & co.,
carpe Sam'NtMa mand Uhboestrees.,.

pie of the athbors fancy so faithful
is e la hie adherence to her style of
ct aaMiprseslon.
t umn" will be seen at the Baird
Theatre tonight.


NEW YORK, Oct. 18,-"Please do
not put any more flowers on my
rave" was the message on a piece of
rdbiard which Mrs. McDonald bf
Brooklyn found on the grave In Mount
OlUet C"oetry, on which for fifteen
Ymrs he had been placing flowers
weekly. Beltevin that It was the
gray oa a der relative, Mrs. MoDoea
aM Wa lidlgsat and protested to
th rlratedeat of th e o meter.
He l ooed up the reardis ad found
tht ber relative wa rally burled
am* distuaoe fMB the grave which
she had bee so faithfully decorating.

ORANOB MIWOriT Oct. a4.-Mrs
vaak ad M a ma Tvearwood 4w
att TId' *.e a dMrse . Me.
Matas h wer taes is tEta
mum"bewith e eur imy
413"M amiwl "Meho w ittoaI
uo the reK of the n ren e l
heM hers.
aus er Kmler o home gtte mm
Mrs. anr TItam hae evme bek

rose the Pteof the weaka *t ed
nthe naeestle hale he thr.
tBye li0 weer.
Mla 11 Mh Atwater of Wa.o ?lted
Mrs. WS Pasem this weeL '

PA) SOR" to 111EIt
eare ay yema f o t *t I I
Sa or Pr SatokIa Is a 14bIm

(tonud from PagE Oe.)
wireless staWoM hare at 10:30 .;eter-
day dhorin, received the followingg
v'Bew matter is ashore ol the
Malliry ak t Key West. Th tr*i
asgle booj to one. The se buoy its
out o lto about a mile to the
westward, and the shoal buoy ba I
drifted bot onehbalf mile to west of
the sh.so lannel Is uniafe at nlght
on a&cu st of submerged wreckage.


H O.W ,- Tex., Qe 14.-Th ol
lol=g lt less dispatch wad reeelved
at ihe otioe of the Southern 'Padsc
Company yesterday from the Steamer
"Antllie0: .
"'Aatlles'. ashore on Bahama I
lands. everybody on board safe oand
welU 'oomu' leaving New Orleans to'
day, resohi.* here about Ididay, wilU
taoe 0 engaers and carry them to
New York.
"erytthng all right on the 'Mo-
mns,' esthbound, and she will arrive
t e tae tomorrow morning at New
Orlesa." "
S To the Reeeue.
HAVANA* Oct. 18.-This morning
the steamer "Conus" left for the seene
of "AntUee'" grounding to reader
any needed assistance.

TAMPA, la., Oct. 14.-h steamer
*'Laavpamaa of thp Mallory Line'resach-
i he' noa n yeastedy. Capt.
I reported the storm the worst
he hb e0ountered 'In his thirty-five
yeare at sea.



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will be

not se~ur owa

l~~sowve sl

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-last a ]ife.ti

Otttee that you a
price, a Range
durability and
an the DAILI)
lept by every t



fire$. Ltfqo"&6td"'

NWY TORK, Oct. 1L-As soo as
Edward Bimpon, 18 years old. Is able
to leave a hospital In Brooklyn be UCOO AuTo
wilt be arraigned In the children's
court on a charge of attempting to -- I
commit suede.
fllowlan aa argument with a
younger brother, the lad drank a quaa. --- -
Uity of medicine which he knew oaw- D t
talked poleon. When his mnoterm
round him he said: "I want to die.
Nobody loves me; I'm always In the
way." M I S Su r
The mother carried him to the hoe.
pital, where, after treatment, the do.
orn aid b he would' recover, and the
police formally placed him under a---
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NEW B3DFORD, Mass., Oct. 1.-
The headles and armless trunk of a
woman's body, the lower mHats oat
which were discovered toI a ult ease
at Tlvertoa Monday, was found In
iverton yesterday afternoon.
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A Sanquet
Sprad before ycu would do you no
good If yoe couldn't eat. What noo4
can food b a bltM when as soam as
It enter RWe stombh it is eate by
worm. T bat' te reasm your baby
t alta. oee. peatyaced amd thta.
Give it Wwts Cream Vwerftge It
wiu ezpel e m mm andMt asam teom
teh rtheehLa. tetd W. I tohsa.
OCAL.Vect. 13.-Dr. DBteh ester.
ay reported a eae. of pdiagra at the
Mare ismn. Thpe bft bte asun
ws W memt nhee tr Bisegaft 1y
state Prtm Pftyea WMlle for ex.-
mlnatum. Two pbhydlem at t"t
plaee diagoeed the eo as pealagos.
Th came is In mtd r ehmio tom.

Have ym statinry neatly prIntel

at %a= em we. tamis y
"wedn d*J*I meearoa



'0Hunting fori
g:ig~tt cGame!
D.sqomu we handle all til' 90

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tball g3Jfl4
au intemwS
vorthy of &"4*
as tile
is not,~
great intertV
Onig the
the Uuiyeim~
has enI13t,
r of the bestd
isist them 11
be first elevS.
piles. who d
ger last 50800
terest AMofltt
ever had I"
cOwrded thaW'I
)ol, and theboo
eat victoria 4i




hich ofthe.~
chosen to hr
but the full V6
will be linedWa

arrow fli-A

game~i of

Laid to
inatery Thuu'Uig
remains of tet~~u I
nnon were lI. W 4 "rs.
ruing In zVolw" ohoby
e circle oftf
to their last e MO'
services.ew" 41't Ifrm
ges at 10 0,c

thfinder's Fine
Tanilia. Times' toAer-
r went from Tau* 16Jusimip
Saniford, -Dayte*a. *tASS~w
nd returned viaIMI
Ga(iinei~ville, OCAK1"1elims' '..
rwrk.ilh.. etc. wi-Aeut~ram
rowl ocala to The T,"iw the rep.
tat i ve of that "jor ys:
raot1 from Oanibe fA OCSAa
for 1114- greatas'" BRj. *4eWOy,
ILrough the most 4.ottuMV U
B? tin glory *4 xse'Ovdf It.
ai .*are

ImPerfect DI~eUs 4
dt- 1- nutrIuw* dM S me
tailty. ***- 1* xive
"'~~bile, the M *401681
~iibilious po~s h l
I onsii~patec IIs.Will
' this, It gives bw a Ab@Swpm
n.ra I kidmep. o"NOMON VW
11011,09p now Ws towE
,boil U d~h Win
I\ .JobMeW.

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S4 14.JWtY ~
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Was promptly paid to Mrs. Lyde Bowers Pearce, wife and beneficiary of the .lte Dr.
Harry Linwoo Pearce of Gainesville, insured under Policies No. 2057 14 iM This
Company. Our remittance was made with Mone hour after receipt of proofs If ',:

A copy of our telegram, Mrs. Pearce'A letter and a fac-simile of our cheek a e pro-
sented herewith as evidence that the .

a claims AT SIGHT aud there';y renders fltncial aLi at a time when it Is mnst needed.



Florida Life Insurance Co., Ginevwille, Fi$, 041. and, 110w.
Jackconville, Fla.
Gentlerren: I wish to thank you for your sheek rn thw aNum f ILOOOO white hae Just bos handed me by your Distrlct Agent,
Mr. 1. R. Stripling of Ocala, in full settlement of my eola wtder Peliele Nsf t M 04 held by my lits husband, Dr. Harry L. Posrue.
Proofs of loss were forwarded to your office last nlghi rt aing there this Wmefragj, and oheInk n rymnt lseed and forwarded im*
The dispatch with which this claim has been hardled1 e1rly demenetratee the advantage a deling with a Home Company,
thereby avoiding delays in making settlements.
Dr. Pearce took out these policies less than 1 rwothe age and at that time was In Perteet health. "I& untinsely death
forcibly shou a the wisdom of securing protection afforded by Lfe Ineuranoee whe in an Insurable endlitlon.
Your immediate and satisfactory payment of my elatim Is very much apprelated, and yoe Itav my best Wishoe for the en.
tinued success of the tried and proven, FLORIDA LIMF. Very f repetflly,
(iolned) LVODE OWIRS PEARCE, (*oftleary.)

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Tb. l of cDr. Pe in iwnorng his fle WO' a WlMe Uow worthy of osnlatom by eemy bfathermtband, qgs9
Cm &trand wife, for ithe protection of their ese, t dir love01" MWand dapnes
Are You InvarfdlP Don't wait; degh som wilb every thik aledo elook. tUUN-mik kaff
Aotfmare Unwd"home ml -1~m p11.1- glue y OW h*pr 46 Om 4'Imgg
IbymmU0iSt~ brlud 'm~I h d~ foitw bal*so swImi
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d 'TING, u

u sa h % 4 I and e anc e I ntoh o
66_ with-*, Otal
S t if tr ta insaO tr aa thoa e a already these man et likeloest to weld to.
^ .g i ino e (tqe Bonty City, ea* tA Oerdtinental system *
0g *a e0e osN lw. are *o 6or a b4l influence. The g -Wq
i gWTT 00"o na othemsev es elt. The result o 9 o o COcdOfo, Cincinnati & Ii,
SBisu a mial nd oamption of ville, "as hi Chesape
VF, e pWe (a ". 'aa0 the -aue0 .trnal its wO entrance Into Ch wl
oe -returns eleMoaydow. mau the link. To the westward. UW
7W?. S .S e cas. i* esaft=rm ot.er nespolls111 t. o t li nowa fottmtl
efor "se " mae Pls 1. a eore l tha reslt Iqr Del: roa.ty to o de A Alton andPt Nwas
OsUMa t Arai arsdWoealOsMm3y Im Is Orra Britnt, City. MeCi t Ories t from Kansa
0 "00e Ie Astg < *Or be t OAmes CRty to Toglobampo, on the Weste

S^J*pP .^, h thi wriergpet d4esbcr4 of that Sad Old Polat Comfort. >- I
Is.. T9 Avl the r iWo .a-As '. to
o ,d "tor 1 bTo ils of beer perts ,re l col ino. ,gask* ata
SaM colat' VWr dt. Thee.W es resea mphe litid phras s to replace terse
of **^fSLe de* the IteisfAa tax 5a4 taral to a ca sainmtoe upresMive words. This is
U ont e tthe United S ts tor 0M ao U lardl Watis, u m one freely done when the moral and lusl-
vom. ult the t"U1 4I000 a& of bea r ness dnlinsoncles of rich people are
ebae falle" to 110. Another result conoered. But the new chief of poW
.,S5I. fnbetter work and farst loss.of time Ie In M Chtoo shows in this reOpect
NaUimptle no ntlt. P W by the workmwn.m a delicate sdnsideration of some of
i. o s be re"a ..-tow . the rank ,ad Afile of his force. It seems
4,A SiThe m on M ecost of t destruction that some of them have drunk the
S^ B yetnirsrlsnsty tWosie e or brandy *hth Is found In the redl*
WUstat esJ a this U'atty amounts el seam of each patrol wagon. Chief
St el that A npricess make pr* to saay I hndred of Udovlle of dol. Stewart does not ay the men took
t 4~ saoe1 'n 97.V But reat aS tatstt ia It, but bhe as ordered amola to be
.' ,, i' o the moae vl:ofthe lose of health, subeitated for brandy, on the groubd
1 40 W MUp "D evett" will have D M witchthi careless. that "brady evaporates too rapidly."
S aal Club, tqo. ad alea a repea With suek cbnsiderate eoupemlsm
aS-.. 6* js h...A A bWe __a__ l a lo w.lo es the si*ret7 o policeman's feelings will be
Fwar, t eIaft PoWle tater per. *It hW boom aw halt and hart. *
ss to forget ar ThOW ,1*4 s tiheabtlto work,
,=' ,. I ad. "Btat a poverty for thoasOads. Notwithstanding the comfortable as-
1 ereo satire: The new and dmnra Our' tatO@e1, 8taea ad 1ipiroad surane that Halley' comet, which Is
q prohibition tlaw to Alamhis ta s1 Arly to of I*e and i6bh that traveling through space at a breakneck
anw as the "vmer" bill. I appall. t the'railroads ao speed, will not come nearer to this
S, s14. 4 t y iMp r ftymls mUllos dol earth than 18.000000 miles, there are
How to oar is partly solved. How Nore o0N oal0rie* aad damages lots esp1 who are altady worrying
ai t mlght gracefully and toid the anti. ill etre i ea taWt idea at lUeat f th aesf rter o It. They fear that we
s hax @s tll larfgly a bird ore the have adi. The onea remedy tfor all top saothered with star dust or
waat o lne a s jud s lous meenomy, and that the oomet with vicioou alon of
One of Thaw's prt ipal delslatoe ap that forpersonal Inaries is a greater its tall wm swep all the people of
p0rs to have been that as ualinited regard for human fe. the earth asa asily as a woa4 sweeps
.Ipply of moey would aooomplish the crumbe off the table. To know
esp ly Not unoften the public pulse torli that so cs"et or other celesatial body
=======, ==. at the story of some heroic deed per, has eve 49d. the sllghCest harm to L
SWs Tia Fans nt to Walmnar formed u dder try*n remstaaoea. this world moiht to caljs their ears,
t ad i aled Tn often thaIit W a All so soets ha ve A val bey eon4 e but It will net. It is really asatoalhlns
14:40 add h eent atotentoiat meet Isaba ate on. e, they SImreaseor how many people do sees- to enjoy
", e d Mslf n t md soeota. mth. et am and are an a Incentie to making theoseles aMiserable.
myS =15gsaeMiee, Dt it no net
S welliea house are Lor1 ieoono fPt lapn well dewbrved honor A Turkish official points out to us
are scare, but there are et a naS to uch ros y t' it amot every a to dd obportualtale for nvet-
er of dwetoags awaitin tenants at -o5na pSOple, an leat|g heroic esat Set American capital la Turk*
Saeable reatal. Read the want ad.. ry.4. Newspapers do not at thi tl It sla a time for Nati n.
when you desire to rent a bouae. them, no O( sle medal is a) vaa g when the Amercan
S. hetowed upon them yet nose the le~, a est .their money
I *aened at the dialso of his patleitly, anobstraotlvely, ooma"
Sproprtlo 1 aa d y tw ously., Is the o midst of weU.IA
Theodore Roooveft asy discover orshlrOnadionsa of domestUc trials,
King Solomoa's mines aid' nal the business dl tiltles or physical dais
stars and stripes to a coancal pile of abliMty, th lead the hero life, and
,ems. though their experience may be I A
.-11- rooiset by ams the reooo.i,' .
angels take note of all. GAItOVILLS, PLA.
Part le who spent l wlasWintera ton _ A V ;
Gainesvillewill be agr ablya editor of The sw
ed at the growth o~' the town w Ghen eal di oofT e
Clotrier-infla1t. sdoe good In l~ar,
th eetn mthi e e o new IMa o a pojitral prophet at t .. 1, a *
*+ enoe. .... .... is lat Isue showo that heo 1i sU1 E
SA pr. sI.a of the political asty for .* *6*** ....*. *o I .
Over 39,000 Americas have el- whi he Ias became noted: "It Is
Irated to Canada In the past bree se that Hon. Ion I. lParls of Jack.
"months. Anyway, we have the coo. s 1m.le speaker of the Hotae of Rop- OPlOUR
solatlon of knowina that Canada will st^1ee in etho .h L tare
be developed In the right way by the he d,4. e to become a eanadidate for
right people. Coawr la Frank Clark's district W t Mt
The fact that people are ot a polit hrkru wa opmely ,* y Po|o| Vi*a ,.r.. th
Sle by thi r environment b sS ttsr He may hae repaired it au.- W. L. 4I 1 eend ViePreeldmes
eraly admitted. But it ls 5II0 8111-. @4mtly to attempt father vms.. but
: orally reognised that It Is poqableo tbe.o1 little doh that thtis time I Tu'er. ae
for people to aect th* e5o11105 tw n 1n' a port the head waters
ent. A sunny smile. hopeflanme s t river." -
S tact and resolatoe purposee can chane -
to a woadertul extent the meet in* Perhaps when Mr. Roosevelt ssts toPamsTO-a.f
favoMble surroundnag. Br pe he wll swim the D agi sa
.===== Channel. .K. Sreeud A &L flleHet I

Having stalled to persuade Hoe. 8. ,. J. pata M Veable
3. Ntlburn of Pattha to eater the rmce Oeatmr Cammet s qd H. P. Daue W. L. Theam
ftor Coagreeas the opposition to Coe* with local appAate. p they emaet A. O W. Taytr
raeasma Clark will naturally eater reach the reat t the OMt e COtarrh __
uapo Senator L W. Sma. We have is a blood or OeatlMSoaKml m miun-.
always had an afvetioate feeling tor andaelder Ie em it O WSt t4 AM P I
Luist glin and it he yere running for aIteral remee. 3Ma' n orrh 4 r ra in
may other office lan the one amr pree. Cure is taeoa iterallF, ad etL &. *
| "t Congreman o admirably aill we rM tly as the btol t Mado m
wo nd eot likely vote for him. taLoe. Hal's Catarrt e is notM
S. .. ~a quack almedkaIt U It s p res Ari
To the fanfare of trumpets. the askirl by e* eof the bet aphydtaa th is
" haglpea sad much pomp gemrally eoutry Mr ye an Ma to
a rth AmeieanM girt was recently mar- preerIption. I to is aet Ie he S
ted n Mthe o elld hatgha4ds to the best toate aamkn.n, o-le w thai
Pret1der to a Mall Daropean throe. beet blood pwUriAerW, Usa dug a
S Apmaretly e he lsgt of the arom s the macous samase. The paeet
ame sad Utm was d by the abort. omabiatMo of$ the te aI llmes i..
*e watUs en#Ser 1eya13t *re WV wat d i paeMe dodme a.
am samft Mftar wmur & dw avac to m use brede 3eg 'd I W
*'* mOf cowe" a b wa M by d B *s
smdimhr Im e riga khr o "Wile OM~de.-



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- caused by a
Save you s8

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904 West Bay St.
r~ -fWT^-

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PawpaV &l JI

eave Gainesville for Miic&oy, Fadirfld and lo-
cal poipt@ eouth.......... ....,........
trying, arrive vi . . . . . .......
ave Gainesville for 'am*pn ,City, Palatka,
Lake City, Va]dost and all points North
tturning, arrive aineville ... ........

A. L 8les, 0Ger 8pt I. Aarker, Tn

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North, South Est and West


COnsult M he "P plc Folder"

For detailed information,. iitA dules and ree-
ervations, mee your nOiw T~sket Agent,
write to or n'llon,
Div. Pos. AAget, Tr, Pun. Agent,
Athet Cest LIKe, Jsu ^, Florida.
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by the

bal in St. she ,st
proved a 4thlf [ .ia-
tandpoint. 1 .B Around
Ik is bela

i. and L. M. W e*~o haTe
In business at R4. -
for many y7I. aed a
stable on Bt eet in

Lines which are th htv to have
nated from a dwo" to@* dam-
property In To" Vueneday
he amount or if W. The T re.
in the buslnoUl5 r4 .

brkmen are e9~ ioe l remodel-
the St. Peterebol4 fwar Com.-
r's warehouse i t 'xie A. C. L.
~. and when comn iete4 The Times
e will be movedfb the new loca-

litor L J. BrumBy .o te Florida
t and Truck OGwer, Is quite sick
n, and Is at the RaRoa County
pital in Ocala. whei, In the ab-
e of his mother, bhewas taken

is the Intentilon of aeglbers of
Tampa Fire l pIrtneat to form a
violentt associtlo alom ng the lines
xlst in other Le 'departments
ughout the country, an4 are adver-
g their intention of applying for
rs pat'r.t.

e ('river of The .Tamra Times'
finding car whlb~Qh tly .return-
o Tampa from the tlp to Ja*k-
file reports that tihe West Cast

Detectives of the Jacksonville po-
lice department, aided by a Pinkerton
man, have recovered part of a liL
of $2,000 worth of silverware and other
articles stolen from the residence of
P.. M. Barbour, on Spring street, dur-
lug the family's absence the past sum-
mer T.T. P. Buhardt, an aged white
man, has been arrested in connection
with the case, and is charged with
acting as a "fence" for a gang of
negro burglars.

The Palatka correspondent writing
to The Times-Union of Thursday,
says: "The county commissioners, in
special session today, turned down the
various petitions for a wet or dry elec-
tion in Putnam county on the ground
of Irregularities. This was a consid.
eration of the petitions from the last
meeting, which was a regular session
of the board. This disposes of the
matter for two years. The wet ele
ment Is very much disappointed at the
outcome of the. matter, and there is
talk of preferring charges against the
board of county commissioners by the
leaders of the 'moist' forces."

George Wiggins, the negro employee
of Marion McLeod, when ordered to
surrender the gun with which he had
been terrifying the negroes in and
about Needmore, tour miles east of
Citra, Saturday night while drunk.
turned and shot Mr. McLeod in the
arm, then escaped. Later McLeod
headed a party of men who went out
in search of the negro, found their
man, who turned on them, seriously
wounding McLeod in the abdomen.
Wiggins was slightly wounded, but
again escaped. Another posse of citi-
sens, headed by )epu.ties Shearioi -e
and Stevenu, surrounded Wiggins In
a swamp, when he iui rendered to
Sheriff Galloway on a promise of pro-
tection from mob violence, aund Is now
a prisoner t o Oeaa la Ul. Mr. Mc-
Leod, who is a i!on:lnent turpentine
operator, lhas been :a!'cn to Jackson.
ville tor medical attention.

route Is the shortest between the two
cities, being 216.6 miles. The West
Soast route includes Gainesville.

Mobey is rolling into the Tampa
J asury at a lively rate. During the
a00 ot September there was collect-
.7TAf.96 an a against $4276.31 for
4 corresponding month of last year.
SThese amounts do not include the
n fins collected by the police court nor
the receipts from dog licenses, ceme-
Slery, sanitary or house-moving 11-

COTTOLENE is Guaranteed .. .abb,. ..*w?@!t
not pIM h= having give Cmmsa a msei
Nver Sol in by a.T N. K I AI pAN CM A NrY f
M d ". As..FAI sh C a whol k a o mPA NY



ewstock of D. &
. Foot Ball Goods,
ennis Bal, TeT is
ets, Tennis Rackets
nd Shoes. Any

oods that have 'D.
M." stamped on
em are sold under a
nect guarantee.

We have just re-
ived new -c of
SkindsCuy The

eof Poq
en Knive : Oe4

merican Bread
rving Set-Al.
';r,.at care ba= -.l -
" le-eting o w
'utlery aI

a44 Itore abd W &

CINCINNATTI, Ohio., October 13.-
At the annual meeting of the Ohio
Brewers' Association here yesterday
it was announced that local option had
not Injured the brewers' business as
much as was believed by prohibition-
"Although more than 50 counties In
Ohio voted dry," It was announced.
"about 75 per cent of the salons still
remain for the counties which voted
dry contain comparatively few salooDs.
Most of the saloons are In citles like
Cincinnati, Cleveland. Columbux and
Dqyton, and these cities will continue

gfiem hs rdiu m-hem5forabu
Imouth. and believed to be the vwS& 8rdU
an 0 Joelksi y, WOsuse Hawn.,inathe
mspW atOnf thePakard Lad Ca pas, IEE
ae rawsooa b, f Wa. s5yestinki sKomKENLas HmmNE
boned t te b v f t he btkt fNUNORELD PEEINAO
Oso~mbAimwhere he kis inviga s ata
Wesillow douupud out of Sight. NEWTOOKOctU.-NOW3J.
Anlisint an"* was made orhim. W"O. 3 m05 wrker. .ajgvs Vs a&i
IM so yst 7 ywa i kare ftt, imoiom Of haellg bad A bke 114
WW maim' Segom" of Wlliamobehe "Al whilbe was semepe Is a
04 emels swv i d ndmetee ol girded. too feed Ia the S6as as

SEW OSA MAN HELD ee Awad a e ft.hslo g. ng
10 TAMPA FOR MURDE1L. mpps to sesathrbeam. ha aeb
hue. Mwas amed ad slir Owe
TWM OOh.s. i-Weated to Was 04 he -was seasto ba 6hueLW
lawwp Georgia, for mordef of-
C~&Vb W Wb W W. V h3WasW,. AftWSSNS r 0""? 6IS
siA G&O'S smib. Dsos was is& Ogg b" gogee
bt b~ a t ~the kilms wbile idd- -g
van= v,sjdm O U 0pemCk oft-s ma4~

adkf b UdwftL OM410
clees' s su1ins
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"Way Down South in th

Land of Cotton".

If you could see cotton growing in the field in all its purt-cld ;
processes by which the cotton seed oil is extracted and Crrefind
the ingenuity involved in rendering the oil odorless and neutral
could be made to realize that tield to Kitce human
never touch the oil from which Co e is ma e-you would appreciate wy
Cottolen is so much purer and mor; healthful than lard ever could be.
Cottolene is a cleanly, wholesome product-f-just as pure as olive oil--aad 4
makes food palatable, digestible and healthful. Lard-
cooked food is bound to cause indigestion sooner or later,
unless you have the stomach of an ostrich. For all shorten-
ing and frying purposes, Cottolene is without aq equal.


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mark wbk h 4i

A0 AG bott of th
iaa4i *af # v~e^ Aaeted Ssniil

-. *.c s Emulsion
d *uudmrd CodLTvrOA*
ie1e at Arobey wherela Al-
was burned to de ath a pr tl n of the wor
i gasoline, Juste Chaubli Nothin t it to buIld up
.at a is m wu net..aseseceesary We d rW ed bodia
Ofter. ofona OldK AN IDM
lit *rbl*4b vM U lob eso --, f,
4r0d a t werJt to thew S' SiR L .
"Abert obna6n came to s Oft 21M1 40a VWt. K y.
Stri beg burned through the
's head 1g aof gpaoline by him-
*g gad l.elmployee of the Crown JACKONVILL S V ITED
Soks." 0. R. U4nus was
baa it that daring the past 1
; a s member of casee JACKSONVILLE, Pla., Oct., 14.-
lbOWde lftployes have been Plames which originated la the second
l with iasole have ben sto"y of the J. M. T. Bowden building,
IM4. tle death of young 125 to 137 Bridge street, .bortly after
d h matter to be in. 9 o'lock last night, partially destroy.
oed that structure, whiob was originally

i" Sp l of the young san was
UHftoa w* h home, beaig
frot Agwher on Thurday at-
lia duth has east a gloom
kee who were asso"ated
dal labors pad the

PI.r lit the Sixth
Pbttrburg iVNS thiATThEr
laadPlttabw'g In thq Sixth Game

known as the Codlbeum, and damaged-
the Ullesthal building, next adjolinas
to the torth and extending to#the
corner 9 4ge and Adas streets.
The dame totals between .000
and $40,090. Insurance will cover loss
on the bun f sad tha larse part of
the lowaa o the stock of bouatees
hQaes which omupied the rst I eo
and roomlng house a the second.
The ortig of the fre, which will
boro 'ehlv tvr be deftitelyv Imow

W iU tc Camponensp u ....Se.A. -... -
t de-feAtd Pttsburg y thought to have ben ~
besith gapowe of the series !c B ld In ovesturnl caplod b f aol
M sore of I "to 4 4 n stove in quartes occupied bT col red
e th Tigers pileven~wi th. i Orers of the IIaxtr vT&OUtlei
IMomathei Lue hmpliteons esa hV.oasorfrom. --ao. .m .
^(ttOtho law" ofIthenDet dtion in the utin o- of
elth game 0 i l have to be ----
oate at l Iester talshueAn oaAU NM OeAO nthb e 00d
l dto d M who i a who.or.*- MNai ripttalsu d lae au that t.
Sseds e ady daestrdaynWas the theian did not start IP her o loce, Whoed
4a 9anyday retarns thetro s, sewl a
o* @d11 f2 speaks orswdM says t did not start d his parti
the gates of the Detroit b .o the b ading.

g"olr-e byInnntags: r. b. e 00* SLEP TWO DAYS
t ... 100 1 100 *-.4 101 AFTER EATING THIS GRAW
brs.8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-4,8 ..
tt Detroit: Muhn and SANTA r N. M., Oat. 14.-Wh$e
Pittebar: Caenafts, Philip making a trip through the southwest.
er a part of New Mexleo, Herbert W.
0e1at and didnlg gameo will be Woloott of Alasogordo, K I., found
Iad G tay iftfeoon o OOMt, a grasstrom whloh he believes a nar-
4 reoodreaking orowd is antel* odenay be extr Ated which will take
the place it those now known to mei*-

S Try Tl a is Nvember.
Thousands upon thousands of ftw.
k Ies who have not been regular eat.
on of Quaker Oats will begin oa the
of Npvember sad eat Quaker
1 ouea a or twice every day for thirty
days of this month; the result la
oo health and monr strength and
will mean that every other
tn the year will and th in olas
amae thing.
STry it! Serve Quaker Oats pj)aU.
Sbuly and frequently for the thirty
1 tof November and leave off a cor.
ang amount of meat and greasy
T ou'l gset more health, more
B and streath than you erer got
I. thirty days of any other kind of
Wis le you are tryl this see timt
The Hldroinet a full share.
The best foqd for them. Quaker
SOats I also packed In hemeteally
Sealed tins for hot climate; booep lan

cal ciente.
"The grase Is known as 'salpy
arM I' to the native$ of New Meale.
near the reservation," said Mr. Wol.
cott. "Cattle and horses will eat it
the first tine they see it. It makes
them fall to the around in their tracks
and lie tn a state of coma for two
days. When they wake up they have
no ill effects from the opiate. But
they will never eat it again. tn fact.
they will run away If It is offered to
"This is leepy grass. not to be con.
fused with the loeo weed. The grass
is not unlike the Kentucky blue grass
in appearance. The looo weed. Is a
plant and bears flowers. Horses andc
cattle become loco fleads and are
worthles after tasting the deadly
stau." ,
Married by Juvge Mason.
Judge Mason was called-upon to
perform a marriage ceremony Thurs-
day. the contracting parties belnI a
Mr. Tucker and Miss Williams of
Htgh Springs. This duty the Judge
performed with hik usual dinity. at-
teo whMc the happy pair returned to
their hoae on the evening train.

Had Pleasnt Time.
C.a- SWood, the popular asd efriclew
S .j*_ -bookkeeper for the Oahmesville II:rd-
Swre Company, has returned from his
a" annual Yaton. whihe was speat in
The purchase of real estate is ladeed South orida c the Oulft oant. He
platla illtas" as regards the Utile, led a ac delaMttul time hbuting and
If yre have an abstract of it Itm as. iInaln l ad oid the oytew very
To'I theN he ti p MosedoM of fl gWood for t early seam .
and eolDpIte taets reOative o the
4vrosty's tbe--be fully Intfrmed as DOeat at MIea5" P*.
to the smSemn OS f t, eit. Moae Brown oe of the old sad
Au ahbm~t & ma *r tis a rUIU t *a tal elsjsft oof Oeals. bet who
eamlism grate history of t 0 har the Past number of yas bees
shin bm* with hit 4datver,
1at o(e Mta mr. died at th
I es ma w.e..g.. e .a.e.

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fame Mlor t *he o than bAl i rtuI
Led olaa U the story. Apoilloola
mater of thenr lsto arts, ad. nar
d1sclple *sBonag whobo Wa a W&qrctl-
SpihyI is be itved l Aboom -
chus, a atUl tiwB on thrle b at tC
Black sea,. Tere Alexandef Was bos
of humble preatae and imbifed ftro
0rom Apolonts of miedicte an*d War-
cle. He wo m o of striking app>e0r
dance. tall, 1uoome. with a ibe had
of balr. lastrole brown eyes Odl
Tvkle sweet al 01IMpid. "God st.ea
wrote Luefwn.-bo knew him. "tha4F
way tfor t-eet with oti tointbe
Hie comnlL mw woodernl. dee' -
terity watcblew. l- sus.6 for
knowledm, bti capacity for habii
ami power p ,memory were e04117
e:trao4Dua ." .
Such wau the well favored. young
pie.sant wbo saled'fortb froem betN
tire town 10 rcb of fatme al ,r-
tune. goo" l ifell tn with t e. 0
counas, a Ihraw4 tipster for te
and somnewfl*k Josi, T
rogues J0 or1e4 Bd-m
about teIllifg ortaDit. at
Pella, they, *t a at 914
the bouase, p 1t*4 a ll
eblidren a d Md

And a

^ a ll qep6M ,e i ~*41*dl1 lHOlATIQ lDAPW. x
the eat da7 arried Ale b *At: .v Scty
ef wate a e-.. Wae e g i -I. he.d
pled there after rema the conh-
WMta. muWaiting a MaWU embryo W W
amaee )t hgel ra carefully sealing
th.he lt was. Whe the maltitude il
had gte ed broke the sell adnd
produced the tiny creature. which ta
a few abtents grew to be the menstr er U
from Polls y the simple pcea of '
substltutloa. Thereafter the big posna.
belleed to be AeaUlaptls, led a bauy p a Proagig
It*f. H ave f me anea roitd f.rtuol a.es Wek ousara -
writing and even spoke freely, with
the aid of the prophet'se vntrlloqulal A 'Af
powers. Alexader grew rich and pow. r S" b i "S^ 4A
offal. kept a small army of retaine s .-
and spies, wMielded no little Inluonce -*
over the government evrn at Rome and
ed at a ripe old si In the fullnes of th
his rMowa. What became of the snake
nobody knowak Probably at the last 9
the propt dispatched the' faithful
craatUre to preont the discovery of bis FI1
deception after hi death.-George a. '
vey In North American Review. *


Had It for Years Until He Heard of
Mlona-J. W. McCollum a Co. We wish to call the at.
lol it. tention of new home-meek-
If you suffer from indi gstion, belch. ers as well as our own home
opie tO the fact that THE
Ing of as, hlump of lead on stomach, PG tU eTteathITHE
biliousness, diziness, foul breath. IG FURNITURESTORR
nervousness, constipation, or head. IO putting on display
acbe, give J. w. McCollum & Co. so the prettiest and most up
cemts today for a box of MIona, the to date line of Furmitto
celebrated stoemch prescriptio., and ever offered in Gainesville.
if It doesn't sure you they will giv We are receiving daily new
tou your utey back. it relieves
painful stomach distress in five tin- moods iuh as 9x12 Alrt
utes. Read the following: Squares in Wilton, Body
"I had staoach trouble for years. Bnirtels, Azxmitn terms, In-
After eating I would be troubled for Crain, CreX, Daltox, sad
an hour or so with Indigestion. 1 M allv wettv and
bought one box of Mi-ona tablets 8e3ss1n o the-e ; tb
from Galney Drug Co., which cow I
pletely cured me. That was 12 months PO
Mo and to day I h ot beN b Mahogay, id a
trublWed aa.'- itR. I asy. ff. pie and Quartered 0a;
ner. S. c., April w.10 B90r., Verins Maie and
Mio-a is the bet prescripti for t Enamelled MB1s; the IM
stomach trO ble ver writtenoa; at A -
only does It give tquitek ree, btIt I O,_. ._.__
cures permaua Uly be se R It tho r-"
oughly elassese so rmota. build a p ha R ed Wb
Ad puts elastttrty tato the stoaueh Eagle sd Vior, a e
ad bowels. MSIHm to ipa ap t tab. OWU talk. f
let fotrm aN is small ad easy o( H01 wod Roku A
swallow. Sold by ttWeag # rutas n i 'S i
verywhere da in Olaete y irJ.
w. Neonm a oW.. mhs ioesy w. Im es, De ft a 9"
sami thie: Tet Mdwis tr". Ad. ar Dining a Ib |hq
dsm Booth M90am1 t.XiM, N.T. aSe afU1 to tba
W.S.MMO. ----RO4* -- wmL U -Q 7L% !


Ik 1 and
w hours:


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fAINDsviUS Natioaw 1
rf hoe 200.

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erty OWDn II
ert Tbomp
ailder and ,
.one houses i

be advance
be UnlverlW
increase of
ment, CdoW
other depl
ease, exce O,
rmacy. In wh

Ir. Alexanda 4
rlcian of BW
I professor o'
lege, annou
a speedy cIIU
I alcohoulls5.
b many caug T
Lj and has the -t
efficiency. *
lave to tbOe l
y have been,
can restore
pect In as brI
s. He does t4

a secret

A neighbor otf on
led a fine plS. o* *at it
Sand bung th lia s wood-
the @bed th a
chop and to ber
tres. T hei to

miulster bo.'nl d It bad
n brought to bJl p t
"And, oh. l Bly. "It
Almost bi; ash way
Sweet ailualm t i0S the pork
It quite t y 1ind
tft we read M bout
abh and the mv , The Court*
We havebeea M foran
pbolsteredl iroat M sb m
.1iined to beIo e y0 lar. The
x)thburd is -Stb "~ak5e lAa a
rIarI soapstom.s e4da*, the la.
Step beltg *iM eSl that a
(ort girl can bt h to the
of anoy gives. m e without
ble. If the iae inoubled at
o0 p. m., an ItrMa ugetexads ffrem
e gate post tab a tIp:y g man by
e left ear, turns ha M and be
at ouce started u' OW M by a
teel foot The ItrI M. iBek
t this part a later tha 10 O.
Jones County (Ga.)
Cibraltar'*s Of*te ll Stsry.
For sbips to puam O1 4 GIbraltar.
gland'ss and the l iw' grea test
onrtrs. without b "i a even
t night is a pnti *libwty.
wing to the greMt hM$' i mrb-
ghts arranged a'bs6IIm of
rock. A *hip r .1Aw to or
runs into 0 beams
f light and is Wimb" 'l
lam of light the ~)sra Imt u
b lkokut omeia gM' id to
erintntions.- ales

A 90""
May all be very WA ) A& M I
rts are coarni w'ewm
o..t o :u aM In
r Quit the-- | ta
41 cure-t wo-
ni o no harM ht

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fTh g..Yoetsi of the City of Gales.Alf e idardw
e on Tuesday, October 1. forTALKS
am T. Arnow. reeli ed. I begto
azuds"s that I wil be a candidate c'um
or that ofie. and ask the support -
61 my friends. Beibg th"roughly es.
Wirese0l01 U1 t oe Mf w Pon atmw eme of -h meet sals heaters a ede em &B
Wlk, bMe be"apl ber adfy et Cemm e1ee N s, to n mts a i "u s m la O UM
pels mmdwes, tr ebet- see AelmIa j o -M i
s votAs to be llKim &-4
assure ia, mAmay t, OWWNS and go"I DrMio ",WOa0*w
esaitY meds your Mapprva0L I 6h CeWo O weef t10e 8A ,o1e in Am0 Iemlp w m
pow Volte t be esedn a eeer demand Fleerse NS0 1 ti eAmUMtI Ma .e. lll uS
Ubew,16. HARRY r 0ffa sau TeIagbe osmp s ado f*@No

NW.- Waf alw f tnl agse w" ON"pN A
eIowr, sstl mu sea myelft an ,ws oWl, w"d~ es Smelebg he*soe1 w.. .
bp to kat h al..t t he L i- a

epsof t I -l* m a wdivthe vot fs .1 m- i, ni.im" i-
aeim ther GdsA mi ss atheDow o f o4 W or 0__ -^ -
wibta bar or favor. Give me- ye 0M OW IYLWI no-S" 11 1 11 and 1000 -* o --
-t" rpt IL. BAs if s b. 4 01
aLAS. Ow vuAN _

p~W* 8 1a5k "*I*

- Ubaaw^Trerw
sow &% so

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Galieville People Ioust Recogn ize W. lchrlt Ta T
and Heed It. A.i
-ocrets" t stat- -t. -W Crewe o
Kidney ills come quietly-myiste- ford Talib...jha
riously. iiTa~s'
But nature always warns you. Comptol -A. C. Q Cel ,t
Notice the kidney secretions. .ae 0 VKt .a a t
If there are settling and sediment, Treuuree-W" V. K ott, '
It time then to use Doan's Kidney h Att Mu oeral-Park M. T w K
To ward off Bright's disease or dia Com asIloet of Agrlcultu- R.L-y 2" d dg o'
bete". MeI., Tall hasseeI fr m oe ulemb to e 4"aW
a's have done great work in thi Supt of Public htatrucion--Wm. abMlutely dn4m=u t"Nat is'si
locality Hollowa. Tallabahsee. rtalr proeesas, Wtr d. or do
Mrs. J. L. Warren of Starke, Fla.. Railroad Com alsloners-R. Hud- all otks t to b
cays: "For some time I was a victim oi Newt o- n A.e ll.m. I
kidney trouble. The kidney secretonb son Burr. halrC.an; Newton A. W I ts odhe i be atw 60 M
were too frequent in passage, causingc B!tc. Royal C. Dnn. W. C. Ton, stomach a rby atal
we the greatest annoyance and I sut- secretary. AU communication s should stteog ad A alm sMRo1 p00 l 1 t *b
iered constantly from backaches anu be addressed to Tallahass.aee wty M ta ...
dull pains through the kidneys. Pr*eJt oft Was t u H,. ud __e t__ -l.- shLt a tsjIlom e
could not ret well and.In the morningt tw mt-t M Hu a t M eh
arose feeling tired and worn out. My ,on, Miami. tom ,
back became very lame and I often --body Jt Wh Nata In llteld* t ed tMM a
found It difmcult to get around. I at it to do-s the M- who M aly
length read about Doan's Kidney PIll CStty OlMe t 5 1ter nay ~'M e H
and procured a box. Since using Clork and AdIitEr-8. H. Wleagus, w tt poda
them, I have been free from back- Galnesvil Th ma with a ssik tn I -
aches and the soreness and lamenes sa gan siek all ever. Wh e tVg i
haa disappeared. The annoyance from 8upt. Pablio latctlction--D. J. L toaih is Itdtatd WP mbd igat d
the kidney secretion also ceaed and Kelley, OaGnesvill. food, the bloo sad heart e *d *
I am able to sleep well. Doan's Kld- Sherllf-P. 0. Ramaey, Galnesville. eMt ly e eced. dTh !te
ney Pills benefited me wonderfully County Judae-M. 0. Maam, Galae odp e tnge
and I can recommend them as the 6ou 0uc - -* 2I ( Tt a tam tl
best kidney remedy I ever used." rille. e er ow ut trea r deoep. e.s
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Tax A e- W. W Co eJa. ae eltdl wrl Ira ht ths Kodol ta bWN 'a th kftI .
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. riUlll. tIhe u Iomiek an - lnt te _oOII UUPA Sc"Qw4
New York, sole agents for the United Ta CoLelliW. mnoHe. uOE ,gAZ JP J T ='r.L L X aT.
Remember the name-Doan's-and CGalo ill il
take no other. Treurwa-J. I Matbeaoa, Gelag ARRIVAL AND 0EPARTUItR OP..|| .. '
-'. vine" TRAIN. TU u
FOR SILVER SERVICL Supervisor ReatstrlUoa-J. C. Me
Grew, Gainevtile 1A
Board of Trade Takes Action t oe County CommsIon er-Joha Plihd r Infrmatl n f the
cure Punds. Dampler, Chirmn, HaGue; J. OwrON Plle, T H U EIf
At the augesUton of Mayor Davis, Townend, Caspvll; J. W. Ma At antio Coat Line 'tAa we att t wer, i V i
th Gaineavillle Board of Trade havt Archwr; Chb s W. mmer LY. Oville for Jackville 7:48 4 L 8: P as Jl t r w bread
taken up the matter of raising funded O. P. Cannon, OClnevTl. Ar. OvIlle tr. JakvTlle 11'80 p. 7:0. 1 bth K~ e ene Imby. B ee
Sr the purpose of a silver service fo Members School Board--R. L. Orille for Os a&Tamps 1: p. w *dost to to se
i-r the purbattleship Florida. iver service to Weeks, Chairman, Has thoru ; Lv. Oville for MIaaopW, ,e ?:30 p.-1. somethlna "Just as good."
the battleship Florida. ,Moody L lr oft e; g. W V L 11 for "t ., ? ; a m 111111, 11- H ,M lug at y
Parties desiring to contribute t MoodI LaCrosse . Mle Ov lle for HiM S I t.3: 0 H P ea our wagei stoep at yoWm m
the fund can notify B. F. Hamptou. Trenton. v-. Ovle for Wiltos. e.. 31:0 p. 1 dally d b.e U N'
vho is secretary, and the amounts Sats ea tor-. M v. Ovi e for W i"o, ie:, 1:8 p. m. KI TVWONU Arr E..
will be credited. Following is lh. 1evlllVe ,m ft & .Mloa nopyUt*.., 7:4 Ma. 1. e.
list of contributions up to last night .i: e l.0. yd aI Carter t .
B. F. Hampton ..............$ ~ neirl; T. D Ove i3.t 1I:30 pM m.
B. R. Colson .................. 1..cityW.N. .Ar. Oville. rWileon, ote.. 8:30 a. t's A ST i
Chields Warren ............... 1.00 Citr y 0-O "e I' A G l.r Wil eox let., w:s a. m 5 A e1 t
H. S. Chubb ................. 1.00 Mayor-HoraUo Iavil. eaeard Air Li Now that the wether s
Z. E. Cannon ............... 1.00 Marshal-Harry Owens (aotin.) Lv. Ovlle for Jaekville 8:11 a. 8:50 p. cooler-that you will want yfOr ita
i. B. Arnold .................. 0 Tax Assessor-W. M. Dradtord. Lv. Gal sivTlle for Cedar Key 1:10 i twliter elohe cleaned and pi v'ad,
W. R. Thmoe ............... .0 Ta Collector-T. Ellis. a. Ar. Ovie tr. Jackvlle 1i:30 p. 6:40 *, or maybe that sult or skirt that me
W W. Hampton, Jr. .............1.00 Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maey e Ar. r oville frle Oedar Key 1:10 a. .: doeat like te color, dyed. JMt p*H a
. D. Taurner ................. 1.00 City Attorney-R. L. IavILa Tmpand Jaski.vlle R. s.6-we wlU lcl for0 t40nM d.
i. P. Robinson ............... 1.00 Board of Alderme--. Broo- "'r fo-N J -ll. t .: Y e wll Sll t d
AIt. Iurper... .......... h.u President; 8. J. Burnett, H. Phi, Lv. O'vte for MiNsopy 10:10 a. Inm USl,
T. W. hnd ............' ..."1." 00 H. 8. Oraves. C. A. Colt0ough, W. T. Ly. Oville for Sampson City p. *
W. H. Anderso .............. 1.00 Pound. J. A. Goodwin. Ar. Orlle from Micano" y 1654 p. mn KUM KLiAN KLUB
S Zetrouer .... ... 1.00. Board of PuebC Wurtk-H. B. Tap Ar, OPill. fr. Ramtsn City 10:10 P ,e W M S...h s' N .
J. W. Banding ........ ... 1.Ou. A. C0hairma W. W. UaUpot1, "mr i e
a0. O. e...................00 tary: H. P. DuttoI 3. J. ald 3 I l o
Dr. amo u a or Waldo a............ 1-o g
Phfr Bros. ...............**** 1.00 wat e ad. dt o m re 1 al
Dr. H. C. Spencer.............1.00 0101-t42 ect. they "aw a" a M4sW O F
Hon. Frank Clark ............ .1.00 Ime- a sIA t N mt o
Ge Glass, High Springs....... I.00 .aomY Um2 16 W
Chas. A. Marks, Waldo......... 1.00 A U^P
B. N. Tallant..................00
Prank D. Warner. .............1.00 Dr. A. Dolan
Contributions to the above fund will Mild Medicine Treatment fo "111"k
be reosleed from parties reeidlg at Hore and Mules' Eyes
any point in Alachus eonty.
FOR CITY MARSHAL G.inesville, lodd ,





1s wa, ag;r 'ald.ae/ ,
.^SN :S.... 20 poane any0 rie, 1. ,
SUN Ft 10 pefopl best pearl rits ot 5e,.
g. ". . Pter-ro, uad sesi, .
"' $ "' white rce m, $1.
1s2What T .a te omatoe, ".
g siappen eenal and 24 podeO beedt dour for sac.
*it fte teb ft Oaaf barrel sack b*efrAA, $L5.
**ale-Tb-- Irte -a rn .0" apple butter, Oe
Bale-Thirty-saf pguol9ne Best lemons, per dosen, 15e.
Juquire this ope eet etaberrlha, per 'q'art, 10.
S". Vaerp"ra I y for a Best Irish po Wou, per peok, )c.
pa businel a val Uille. Uet.,weet p ae, per peek, 20e.
il. an luI tf O(rsa Hot was (a cup5 ai saber., pe setq .
the vTis to tb tChty yester-. C plts, pe t, O
Large bowl a~ba pitcher, 756.
Mrs. C. p. Batemas of MeIDtohb wa Two large eaas halsm eat&.
canoted ohhem, s"1k",k.
oo nIL K. S f Aything In Positively k,*oodscaged at these
Prln.o. W. a DORl1Y & CO.
^ fst opealug he assortment sias, In 4m jt tol, the
-i edmewar, St iu 'ol crowd--ft will l ed .- strait to
at's toe :uad s. for y 1oUr r oma a
S Mi. om a of WothlmWt eat WSMa corn $1.7 per mask-
I In t iy m short m
044lWa itt.. W.dDW..W W.

S Color t on&tg o alu Id. L Cater let sti
vomes, be WeeSt sRa w816k, t
le.est sxtraot, st every, he a o t ev .
I Ue, evvD, Irywhere. t the wn s aMd
|M~ N 0s A. ahrp aand ItUs e g.atheed f sh ever;
A Mr ftyh eesut's Store.
irwee in the in toy yeseay 0 4a a t
eWas wa to the tw ere KIM 'r '
,Mr. d Mr. t B. W ,ft. r. le
afro a vt o her parents atr o Ww
0 hM$r r"08h0Ilo 4hor wh.Mp
sM a er M W Ja0ckso ulmome vlit. m e z o weOW a
her aadpareWte, is hoMte for '
t epe to reto M C. Is of 014o TwaT, wbo e
ter ehool far a cOamerela beu hre a a visit to Mr. sad
S. T. ift or sne n, return*

U W. WA. Merit of Aresedor
..d Uwa s la the ett yesterday on a ,hopO
S. pil trip sand iittag her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. P. U. Coloa, on West Lib.
5rty strt. *
Unle S Dol'Wamea left yesterday
for a visit of several days In Lee
. burgt. He goe to look after his ortane
th6 heam's Onae grove interests that section aad see
afterr the gathering of the frut.
& TWOMEY DRAMATIZTION.W. a. RIchardson returned to the f
Alty yesteMray ae4 a short business a
visalt to the State metropolis. He was t
Stied up In the wreck and came ta a
lthsa, being compelled to spend the
s eight there.
W. H. Walts of Fairbanks, one oft
,I the old-time settlers of, that Maotio',
E0 Pw*as transacting business I the cityA
S ? yesterday. He Is engaged in the wood

I'The Vlemotis uthevm Roman.
mw-fo "go not 5 0. 7e$1.0%. SlAG.-
Reserved GSets en Slei at drug stoea
af. W. moaelium Ae"

and tie buaineus at that.point and also
runs a successful farm.
T. Mi. King, agent for the Southern
Express Compahy In this city, left
yesterday for a abort visit to Jack-
sonville. He will leave on next Mon-
day for his annual vacation, which
will be spent on the coast, where he
expects to enjoy to the fulleet extent
fish and oysters.

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A Solid Carload of the Famous


We buy in ear lots so as to get a better prico and give
our customers the advantage of it. CeIl on us
when in need of a Buggy.

Crawford & Davt

In i

Tebeau's School
waumi scamOL MIna -

Phier UM.

* UsukeIrs


SC. J.

u"Buny J R.oluson, wyrbo elalu
both O.ala sad Tampa as .om9 I%
no. work ,:- OaesduomUe.
Judge A. on- a of Ral.eh is at0
tne Buita for the purpose of hb a
Ing ld 6yea t eated. hia sight bodne
las cond~aeb Impaired recently.
The latuII of Holy Trinity
.- .rch will t at the weaieno of
urd, A. k P, ow this afternoca at
:2 o'elo." aid a fql attendance 0 s

r0, P. VM.:- 'tet.ured yesterday
from a abort business trip to 4Ctre
and other pote la that GMcton, where
b ias hem s the Ulterest of his In-
surano btuim.a
Just "elvod shipment peekes,
oftee, Oho dia RlReth and
KeXtop; ,S t different kinds eam-
eram. gw 'g otatoen, per plek.
John Ched.a 'u Store.
M Idas Kddlng, who last vvtI .
herte, Nit. Dateman of Moatek,
was a VilsI to the ty yesterday.
She om Ida but a de.
-hted w O Florida 011ate.
A. M. Naoof Abeasa was
604c 14 g Tws! to the city yeest.
1ay. ,a that a large I amont or
votto"s41s bela stored at Alaehua.
which Se that a large amount of
ash 1 t be turned looe there as soon
as a ale is asde.
Wade Thoas of Moateocha wai
among the ianters visiting the city
yesterday. He states that even the
sweet potato tep i ssering tar the
wait of rat In his section ad tat
the yield has been s t of about one-
half by the dry weather..
J. IL. Haeaworth. who has been
on a visit to fat ves atCutram.was In
the try yeestr4sy en rote to his
home near Alachua. He wa accompa-.
aled b his children on his way down
s week slnee 'd they will remain
there for the liett few weeks visiting
relatives. 1
W. A. Bnowden of Micanopy was
among the visitors to the city yester-
day. He says btat the beans and peas
planted by tl0 truckers are looking
Ite considering the dry weather, but
they are expelrenetng trouble In get.
ting their lettuce plants to live Just
at this time.
'Cards are out announcitn the ap-
proachlng marriage of Mr. prayton
Avera of this city to 140o Mtry Sue.
laughter of Mr. and Mti W. B. Allen
of McIntosh, the happy event to be
tolemnlsed at the Christian church in
Mittosh'on Wedneeday. November 3.
it 0:30 o'clock a. m.
N. W. Littlefeld. formerly here with
)utton & Co., was a visitor to the city
yesterday. He haa been In the Alach-
,a section looking over some of the





cotton that Is now stored there. His1
company is aimng the largest buyer
of Georgt aid he usually gets his
portion of the crop from this seetion
of the country.
Capt. R. W. Pontaae, one of the
late and sueeessful truck ralhers of
M canopy, was hee yesterday on
some buslnea ai rt. He states that
a large acreae of fall vegetables have
been planted In that ecttou and he
looks for the largeet rop ever knows
the coming sarin. The tell rop am
looking ilue Mad ae very prom saln.
Mrs. James BeL. who has been mak-
lIa her home la aOIneevills for the
pat several *onths with her chil4re.
left yesterday fr Tampa to reaside to
the future that city. She has a
yousme ans. Jam.s who Is well es.
meabsid hmere. with*woam wi
lIve In the seth Ferida mstropeba.
The saum ria of atAss ht mew
ady remt to eIs her rt trea t hA"
9a will be pkad with hr aew

CaL T. IL C&owsmdtte fare
WOt ciiekfs &Mdi aM sessttisra d
he Ab m stS..,vu na vbhlbris
hknm-Yulb 1&Y. He uan dat
I remts" of MMbs, m sa do
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DMONO KI NG by.M ass Wflass,

WANtUD-81x or a*eT-romonM hote;
most be olo and a desirable lo-
tio. PWanted Nqv. 1.
Add1r P. O; Box 147.' OtaeavillS,

SBA MONT-4aul yotr old ma'*
shoe. SeaD po -l board to Norrab
Cohe, West UbeIty artrest, neaor
Ulk' Club. City. I- Pl mas shoe!
repairing a spdcitly.


FOR -' ALU-Trtyir aon
tank. Inquire this oCoe.


FOR SALB-Four god yowng mules,
weigh about 1100 pounds esh, two
wagons abd two sets harnms; price
$800 cash. J. A. Hadock. dCarkls
FOR SALE-Lot 1004l1 feet cora=r
WOt Mai e ad VoW**ar0 tet.
Halt cas balaae on ovaw term,
with eight per seat Iterest. .IL .
anyone hunting Plank's Obil Tonic.
It's guaranteed to cure malaria,
chills and fever. Polce 26 eats per
bottle. Ask W. M. Johason, bell
probably 'know.
Mrs. W. B. Taylor. who haa been ab.
sent for the wast several weeks ti
Georgia and Alabama on *a pleaaure
trip, returned to her home here ye.
terday. The past six weeks has been
spent Ia Birmingham and she has had
a most pleasant Utie among old
Franh H. more. son of Capt T.
R. more of this city. las here om a
visit of a few days. He has Just re-
turned from an extended trip through
Texas but declares lorida for hat
and he Is rather regretting the lact
that he hasa "other trip commeosta
next week. which will taae alim to

Dr. A. Dolan

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hfUr Rent.

W:illam R. Steckeqi
-I." ^ A. Faircloth

X' MA German, wants
ss b4 factory or sawmill.
deW ( SOn 9fflce.

VORA4UWit''-,hven-room houg
s:9 ., Apply to J. A. Phifer.
o 4hTiSCttage i South Gali
Its; ty water connection. AI

FOB, IT-RMoven-room house tui
drf rsmuwiI by W. s. Dorsey. y
qur*t f br, Robb.
q 48 4i T Peroom cottage M
"t stt ; ptri~c lights, bath, a
ge Mad all modern convenieYa
Ap4 r at la Osfice.
.MflU'. V. J. Shipman, Minae
N el OQrtoble rooms at reu
lO mte. Roomers wanted byr
r' ^-k. Rates reasonable.
FOR RBNT--Oe six-room cottage I
hit O Ilasvil., all modern ea
venteaMpe, at&$10 a month: also o
liOgw. pettage on West Libed
-treot t $15 per month. Gainesil
utmltaai Company.


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Sqivaspe, Qinesviiie, Florida.
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