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 16, 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 )
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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: VID01267
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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Monday
storm wSar
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re, the captain
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bwaried and Umbers, telegraph and tele- News was elved n oalnelvitel ATLANTA. Oct. I -' w Thoal Mtlk W S hOlled ad l
Shone poles, trolley wires and even on 'rida~y of a met 4rrible uMwdr lat Per U t Ah d i W
broik wall bleta piled up in high and robbery l a iat, alr a a w '
beaps along the streets." Fort WaVte, sa gi a. short d tm t W
a. most peculiar freak of the wind between the dtV o of tw Ita d Io, d .
i a desrbed a 9ocurrn at thet the formr Io Ir. % of th is.A..Nass .....
oplaopal church, where, according to ems wA p or oty
relator of the story, the hurricane Poro ptWhtt h arrl veod thaltai,
t the spire high in the air allow- ort White it wa. .nr. that a Tenll.e
Ig the roof to literally slide from on- e there elly tppo te a el4 -l lvls
Sr Itt, and then depositin the tall gal to ti W Mt_ iW
ir right down In the middle of the oa the Mai dt tat as ly l I I% Ma~o
uw o m e a th m rdred. eiit te a r t to i h 0am
Other strange freaks of the terrific wU oe m tto W
eior described, among them the Th kiite onW h = I e w l I
earlout of the entire front of wn la that SI the a.1t. *e o dt I m11.
tore on Dyval street. crrying l p t0 I w114 t e i e 1 ei a ms. y WM W n i.
It to the rear wall of the etabitbh. My"er plantaton. 4#" $4.tSU t., W a1 IR aoes, -t, t0heI wes4
arm.ea wmbem It was baked up in de- ise is um 1b t t
Silted shpe, with a chaotic m assa D latent A
Sof Stoei ahow cas and counter, the eI me w hltCl I I R
ihea d at d rar end walls of the hoe s lle d I rot et ad etee es w Th
I 1p fealntag as If to protect the store ied on versa h Slr, the t i i et a 4e 1
L i front from further progress. son--law of theM &Mm. s ' At one potnt near the Curry wharfs the two men wia up rS d. b tI WO msIt b 8r
w ra sroaety-five to one hundred fish- dWappear f arod lt Swerw a m tib t et WspsA fep
I g crAft and other small boats were port of a gun was bpd, Wsd t he" aI t.
piled high on top of eeah other In the day the man. atiler, we hm y"g of V lI lsM e t l "
Skr t, l.ig a tall ea inence upon In t rad, ded +tl lt Mf e *r. el iI t
MobWh people ellmbed after the wind a Msoso -w a a wt
aubsided, to look over the damage Potllowta ltis Mslie'tAO p i, l jtoa e9'W1"i4te i-,.&
vi t "'t 6ver fie city. Cox o w ittBt hi.Atl -- .
TisM parseger. with all others In- ito binkl fewt feetl ofIl1 Ai' M Ws t, .. AL'O
terviewed, are very loud in pialse of
apt. Smith, commander of the wo wa on bhi perch. h e t le pratay. daol 6m t IPI .lflHl14 I.l.ThatlaH1
iat.Laisa." to whose exelent judI- hb, ftewharhrl. bIw sror of S follow qgl teI W9 to w1 d la bd11< a lp
was in the kiLchen Justlaborut ft1n at tf*. swo. Atft -fe
Ient& and oool, eojplcit directions dur- t f where the bush a d taar ad .- t 4 miadlo Tneo a
gl. tal tSA storm they attribute the say- t fro h the to 0. L t T104 OW tt 4
tai cf their lives and protection of who had previously at ohe ~W 0 W tr o ed b hy the lt Pthat o0 es 1
d e ship. rence but was too frighteAed to o wVeed,. while the i aller eatio of sa eharete a be ad
or give alarm. d l demolhed. Of the faalla. "I0 *dotha
'Mr. David lAuber, manager of the or k rll three o I0tI.. t
s. Tamrna Bay Hotel, who, was also a Cok Walked in to thee ho roe w d a4 h De" l .V* t s rsW. -
Spassenger on the "lAmpusas." de. Co- al k d thi satchel, eM .rae.~ hi,, o f, a WWl lie I lm W eetme wM
s crbes the experiences at Key West gro a his sath el w t sa .ih MM iotiU-s et ,', oe atess Mtet
filled with nitetsy. it being WP0IY 11g ho" rsd aebs aw. W
se awful, and he. too. has high com rn ledm t ta the a mot w--as ay- Ir is re se i
Sthe or oth c where from $,000 to $10#0M. kLbt ets T00 e YW)
t~&n and his crew during the critical A ccrt:ers jury wa1 imps A
pe"lod .ne blow. and held an Invwettlaton of the U, .
'Pbd "I na left h 're yesterday an 11110,1146+A .A+
The ".Iammruer" teft he Sterdr ter, and the man Col was takes"I
for Mobile. after discbarging a carglo ..A Ci where he was P4l4aed4
Ss bll .m by e a b d ofd 5..0 an- i.V. pow ..t L
i tg fContinued on Pame Two derty.
H Bank was an ag.ed 1 rker of the
anKtbellum days and had bws a &1W d
dent of that etion for a large aw I I
a tmhilr oru hber of oears, betai unlveaB1ly Il. '
by the white and black people sabie
l over the county. H, J i- Md I PORTsI r V ,. "- o Ieasese4 to ih 41p** le a
1a rd116 mA4" asge o ban Mt P"l tt St As m oa ml of a
tk I oonriidera bld rumI .f nIoney. randtS. put loe ewre0 Ift e r it*tohi"
jwhieh always gald b'w wel, sAd he ge eMg. W. F. Wolma.
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bile this
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the people 1
e them soa'
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early days
Galnesville I
If necessary.
obtainable.
Ior the
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The Board
selves 1
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wevs of the
in facts 1
S(tertanl .
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MATERIAL',

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Home of
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me holile of
as at last arri l
onstructed for
means that it
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This .place, wU
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Harry Linwood Pearce of ville,
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FLORIDA LIFEIfNURNCW


Pays iti dai'n% AT SIGHi-T &0' thereby retatld'ps tRusai'o aid a at &Limae


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Death proofs ReU. 7.. Isaac. *r 111.1 #M7-0 mtuelI 4 PI

this morning; appv"" aM Aee~ik-:6vern'rj@QO msixed. W101'WAM

should VtsaaYOUa tus att~werne.

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Florida Life Insuran
Jacksonville, Fla.
Ger.t;o. en:
Mr. B. R. Stripling
Proofa of loss were
mediately.


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I wish to thank yeu for YG f011 0 0 e aurm Of wtuhek e J beun &e me b yyur 4e4et Apeot%
of Ocala, In full seoeient My elt-k" WWPM"ip 5'tles N S?4 ldb" m IvIor NO bdo rA Oferwy .Lwe Pes.
forwarded to your *Onise slos It', S5Wt* heUt is $euejllolin. ed*-qehfit uma s u ss .


The dispatch with which this stla hl l "be* te -ry dilimm08e tm >06 i me of 69 eln|g with a teea Geiaoay,
thereby'avoiding delays in making etelemf 0
Dr. Pearce took out theee poellte Itsnota. sot"e .ge S" at Iat M Wm wpa IWn pe i M health. MIS NWtimely death
forcibly she A the wisdom of eeuringp teetien aftrded y Lf# IIeMuan whe 4In on lowMlsabe *emadm.
Your immediate-and atisfaotery payment tf my ealam Is vey n eiaplMe4d, amd y have mny bet wishe fW Ki e eb
tinued aueces of the Iried and proven, PLORICA UFPL Vry reepetfwuy, .
a<'.* IY.VDt IOWIMS PIEANO, (Sekelestry.)


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noe adt of Dr. Parm in inswving his life mm a soMe on@ otIyof .mutatiotn .iM.
b1.r and wife, kwr the pretesdon of theirok, thujiovedo 01i aw &d~sd4
dip on" w1t; 6mA wit ,wv a

itbom bmefdwan* tumedolateIbra& and gNW.d Ig
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tve o Ta rt propriety ust about as
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adIt wide awae"-and ell there
4ar people who dispute tbht man's l
t to be i"kownr a a gKnreat dieto
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'I.hat reCookatt business until so*and
I "emin et w -ounder a thel theory
BOOPI Who d0p1t4P tbht muan'rs




alt to bhe boeo n a bd eatrr ier





Sa the like, some hundreds of years
'go, So far they all olaim to have
S; .iMa knspp.ro
hdge Wall haosueaboald a p uneUo
hd beft Wr by inl hi ft
prutefd t home.

W ehfll uv or hav much taith In
rioat nioarnatlon busluew until "ow


g teSnt the sale of the Maateeory
` C tatrI to have been hod W arrerM.
o; rw the like. gome bundre of years t


hdid Wall has Issued an Injuoction
I' Owuast the ale of the Ianatee *noou
,i bonds voted to the amout of 0 IS.-
0. A majority of the board of eo.
Sty oommIusoners refused to slga a
S,Neeolutlon statiUn how they tended
.to spend the motey. aa4 this brogh
about the reeratlpg order.

The poestuo of Charles W. Morse,
freed assoIer. mVly elected pi.t4 *
dent o evErl orpoeratlo awdt Uq *
dator of sit milmo of douarsem 1
debts whaeh were largely the resl
of truadlt bamk*a* aSr, The Pea.
eastoL irbat. Is ahout as aaotaum
S e imy ever e*Neeo t to mee. He
isilgsbhem la the Tombe prImes whie u
his u oIs tIa bes aeae p rM a ud M
ears likely that the Uanted
-t "ip i Cou irt w es .e N m
t eteeear eatelee. AE hoekmd
,tve to rveb his tea how wtl I
W*W tramsact bases whe leskedm
Ch' UP la the Goeameat ptWeI at At-


sseesmvtlle the la.er pan of sa
vmberla aot a private sair, ave
bee the sonmed eatraite a the
pat ear,. but a pubMl& eatelprwti ter
the eatestlamenrt .t TwtmIn. TYe4
set peseGi.t anyr vw po o bthe
^W 1t a* Stattel se s a t3a*-.
.ea iUrt%- the bleaas me. o the
etty al ie as thterest io the s-
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Vrahese seems hantes week ta
year ear seeg amasse that ush we
e* weU relM tor the setp ,


it to a4 tIidg,4bw -W he 1VQSI
*eboaetw#bhlMOWNltbevo
ihtgeso itm retf~m
pest to -ardi r9them.
A11at ils bmW th adrtlets

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Sai.wen.theU mershmatssj vutls.
In pIsr to is hauetdthe a4
vea'ttstag m~a. d at 1aWt be lb.
aam, Ad ndls merchemt dii otgwt.
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Ito As' or
lES istS=X1 I OWti
more -wle st o e o bar.tb
blo e terprlp.. and icans@,andI u-ia
nothing btWigt ~t at*theY 8eb" D
ecnulste buf.tt. theyW4ave Sa**
right to hsuheribm ~ll'6ostlbts
for il"to *ht th tb aM
set aCCOUt,".
T"e U. S. Civly"p. osCoalela
tioi of the appliftoaties. tba. red
ftr the examuuloa "to. behelId as
October23 for t" e p ousl Ios Mt"e
Census Bureau ame from the reeldits
of the more distant gtVA It is al-
ps"te that aboutlhree tMowundapW
pointipents will be madelfro stbee x.
smlnaftlanwhich isshewduled to be
held on October U,1% 009,13t all th
0440e sandTerritaries. Thom ap-
iolutpacts will be for terms.of .I*
mouth., totwo, yeaftr &I*. WINl k*
so sAbloutd",Year WIn lengh. b
Cvanc mahir .w11 b? 60pf AzW
and pVOA~Mo oto 6a4t i~tsonperam
WaMwWi. 16 easolti* rma M fr tbuec
irho ernepqr sta~t~ 6,c.Ap.
ilcatats must he btv1~w
Is MW 50 years. except t thSAMeWs
hosoraw 41sdecarwed rom thle 101H.
stay or naval An'Iiwe by reoom of
disbIUty resultin from womited or
sickness Inureund Io the line of duty,
may be exmined without 7.4'"w to
AP. It Is understood thattae CeUSUP
Bureau will mame gogmeappolatMemt
rc h is Wema t~ about JAa'tmY
OMMtUss,70 b maie bowesp 'APO,



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to fy fly 1
plans for I
Girondists U
and got l
Sdistrlit tbha
ieo party
The mania
theyi a t tih
res Inotbe
people frot
mo as abe
acnee o tbe
rescap ed a "IS
for tbelr s ,l
Slrai Is hat dy Ifl
Ir eloquence. ~t ou
ed and ord Ier. bli
po and tPW rl. IIi
at purpose ta
rcpeople froamay to It
cost to h erB l. .
om Chnrloti e's ie
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a broken the days(F ut p
n be ca I urpntoso Iovex

portrait andi M *ll
least love tils bn144-
anrd the him "A S
bade him a tale .,
w she was. gly"
fier heri esgat ppaOr e



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P-fh- Jfte Remedy,.
'T.JJ. W. FPtLR, Betentifin Opti
&0 elan, =09 North Main St., Los Ange
l0, Oal., writes a
1I wa" troubled with eatarrh of the
head for many years. It affected my
ense of smell, hearing and sight.
"I spent lots of money with doctor
fdt the use of local applications to re-
lieve me, but to no purpose until my
attention was called to the wonderful
effects of Perdna.
"I must say that I met with moetsaur.
pricing and satisfactory results. Peru.
a& took hold of the complaint and drove
it entirely out of 6y system.
"Although well along toward the
allotted span of man's life, I am as
pleased a a child over the results, and
feel like a young man again."
Man-e-fin an Ideal Laxative.


volhe+ and lhouaite out for a reason of
Ihe nolwe that Imthered him. \Vben
Told thbit It wihs ilie vilmtn who bnd
twier written him he litd, her come In
TheM wite. :atlm1int her nll. (t ber paum.
Mnrat wixt I' lit hi Inib,. wrapped lu
an Ink stainmal tshet. andt wns writtne
on a board inid lw*roos Ibe hatb. Ask.
SIng her e'ranml. b look down all the
detall shbe gurve fil. When be bad
the name IP earb at wek Ino Caeo en told her that Ina
Wek they wotM be brought to the
glloottse. Then as she stood beside
Sth both she plunged the knife lnto
h s heert. and be died with a cry to
bail.fe to come to him.
e btor ber executtloA o e wrote
to the iroadbts at Clen tbt bse as-
ticlpated bappioes- "with BMrtos Ia
the Elysiaaeilds" after ber death, and
she aels wrote tender and lotlng ft
well etters to her relatives a
fends.
When she bad offered death the o-
Seeutoner Utted up ber bead by the
hair sod struek It a brutal blow with
bie fst. Just at that moment a gleam
at the sO so fel upon it that there
wae the effect of a bluesh pon the
dead fae .-Botoo Globe.
Cleanlioes Easxtra.
n descrtblg b his arrival at the tows
f Camti tlie author of "WMe*eo
iralWr ms: "The ist thIll to at.
tract a eye wasu Ored Bsaoe' which
I agslh a V 'togad bath&.' Now,
at ds tay' rie a as rnve a
Sud bano' amre the anI a l, mo I
"Me t h e a mn s*W e A slMge
-, te4 rher l ae s~he Fsawai





S t e way lower IIer des
"Mat sa eaae. e oadles ft
Sme V" MWM sw Saw m


oelee eoee medIas O eI

A aemin of tLes
CedV-W*Yo espt to am
0as ,assese 5 ? asofy-wa
elm~t 3L, has pp? Us 0 tN aD
tmdse a he de4mS't wet rw a *


I wh a
I rever I wa M
dee'S _-- --g
beassbs--?eS

b-l.--- bu s v te a


While at the e jead It"goeft
days ago W. R. Sweeney nod"wt I
large spider on a If at the edg Of
the water that seemed to be b
also. The spider would put one lg i
the water, shake it a little bit ai'
then wait. By and by a alaanbW
came to the top and grabbed the
spider's toot This seemed to be what
it was waiting for and without a m=-.
ute's hesitation It sprung onto the
minnow, being barred under the we
ter several timU, but never releasaag
its hold on the feh uJntl it ceased to
struggle and was dead, when the
spider hauled IW prey ashore to be
devoured at letsure.
In trying to anad the strugglintag
minnow the spider would lay hold of
a leaf or weed om the shore and hang
there with a deathlike grip, and at
last landed the eteh In that way. -


Hew Animals L~arn.
Dr. T. 7511. it Gersuimn natiurnllt. ba,
collm'ted nma.ny Ilnnlanut. to prove that
aniinIals: le'ari bly a.tarlelit.' uand titu
bevoronAs H1wr tIan their uninnntrwted
parent' UIniwe autlltis of all kinds.
he nvern. buht hal hed the range of
mdiera rineHe (trrybounds quickly
learu to let rabbits' alone. and fote
hound Iay no attention to either rob.
bilts or hares. Killer whales and gule
follow whaling re els. Just as ml.
tures follow an narmy. Crows beln to
accompany the _eo mois hunter a
soon ni they befo sen the remlt o
his orst ncevIestfl s!*.t. and roghb
letred hnamaNrds imlow the aportemin
after winged aspe. The uumaer of
birds that kill ori Ijare theusselvM
by fyl ing iut telegtraph wir s t
much smaller than It -ued to he. Dr.
Zell ai refers to the fact that
birds and quadrupled bare learned to
disregard passing railway trains, a
bornes quickly erse to be frighteaed
by automobiles. HIls lootance of the
Intelligent lecilaon esrel'ed by sheep
Dogs are familiar to all
A Prompt Reply.
A temperranv. mlcturer was dfrtb-
Ing to his audletcel hitw hil life bad
been Intineut ed by total al,;tllinece.
"Tou kit.." be ti 'that I am Oow
head of my busloeea. Pour years ago
there were two mooe la uneiw oroe wbo
held lMlit lons above laluu. One was
dlimismid through drunkenness. the
other was led lIto erloe nod Ia now In
prison, uanl Nil through that evil drink.
the loventilo ul the wicked! Now,
utat I ask 1s." he cried. "what has
rldKedl a* to mnv preset bigh pol.
tionr?
IDrink wa:4 aTbe U aMpwtet reply
he received from a 0moer of s ***
dience. __
The Sun olineo for ift8M eaUfd.


The


Big Funiture


Store


We wish to call the at-
tendon of new homae-s k-
era as well a t6ar own home
pie to the fact t O i
BIG FURNITUR3I9MR
is now putting on dMepay
the prettist and moat AUP
to alte line of Fmnit"re
ever offered in OGalesille.
We are receiving dl rpew
Z asooh as isi Alt
"Mre in Wiltonq Body
BrmIels, Axminm, I.


Bnmamlled Do*;do 1


msob eaRed Oil-u Wb
Eagi and Vi@r. o'w' h
smtawk. AIlanIhae'o


Wet, Dens, lbtnobsa8

owd to L~i


RA IM6~

496 ,IR Q '*P O N .


bask OutoeIisn

ad vtl SWs fhvcow dNot
S~ep-Sc*.d WCossutlyt1 nd


e- O - I-


Cholly--"Dootor. I want OM etihn
for my heaL" "
Dr. Oruy--"My der fellow.,
wouldn't take It toIn a gift."
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w. A Do""m
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*Now wo

"pe feo


we a7*
All


tbpoweb'0 of real eostateIs ad
-IIAS&as "teem" .the due,
it ye as an setiat of III bwm u&
Too *authbe isposew" of etsu
sad esug tomsaaelative to th0
propety'. d1e-be fulY Inormd S40"
to thae sooueesof t. ole.


Whether &Mes Ialvtus ae ~dwai, on om^ h 496assumehsteew ad tho

ornes the ba 1449 now qal-itSLa
MW go etsoft d4ug ains. I PLeNAM


rab m eor, YeY Cohu p.
lbe (ptty, hut eb(um el-l admire
a.msaa who botds tft to hi. ideaL'
Re (#lany--But--but you won't
let me."
taipare blood rune )a) Vowa-makes
ye ans easy vltiUm itr female d
eans. rdock Blood BIttor perls0

ffWAm w~ a I"" jtto MWdol
e Ms We s the o atesn
----5 --- .-fk ^A^~ Afl^^^**^^^ ^f^-
than to ye a-g maor wab s
a w* dwl b au ..u


Dr. A. Dolitn

Mild Medicine Treatment for
Hore and Males' Eyese


OGainevillof


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PI'Y-AT-LA'W
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A l e b u s 0 0 .,

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totooa bbock? It killed Wd4d


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d6 ris@ ethe, beU35.'.uRWuu g
Q~q~w~rnirel. Tb* ssowor'!YWhw
After Him. beoeae
Lust Teobb.-: thinkItits.my d uty wwqIE
to tell you that. I have 1bue-Y'd ftm 'i*y was"vI"Pfwqo

:"TerfdalYO118 wil! Dal-Nbits ttsf#bbil'tl out don
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fry thou "A a".bow I"* sI"
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ZYAT LAW
Iloltor in Ewqs


Ibusiness pin
next door%


M&~DING

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Woiesville Nad
Maiillp Florids.


P.THOMAS

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sociabliti
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;out of Puft
unsocill..
Inted "lien

it tbP wtorki;

oIII r)rI'f
bare a0411


I'v when

or if be 4
e a rvmtiittm
be eonitloP~tst
be will Wel


neit her of Ihe

*To both b f
been JIDePPIa
pest secvfld-i1
fly hapPens l
me friend.-
talk to that 114
tl(ied bigSo
ecalcb 10 . I
oW. in EuglaD4ci
there Is 11
around fro~
ag yourself.
bad ant
to be Intl
and It wee
Introducet
kts they
w each ootheIj
e 1A (lot m*I
bhut
at onee I
Ir minds. a
name and
the other. A
does not
over and do.
alWaYP the -
Odship. And:
likely to -
isalde.-Lo`34

Slightly s4
en you in*
st YOU
th*-r tq at
now 11%~ttn~

r rli#-imatlggk
e 411d(!Stiff -
hea and pains.


The suit ofice"

tice Of Ap qa
Under Section "
Laws of Fiorlidi
Nir.is hwere
Riull, rurcbsg
0 0'69.datedth

MY ()Mefie, Ulm
(I a (eed 10
Ith Ia. Sam


rE 1%


U~nit, r a"4
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ESTION?


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YSPEPSIA?


FOR SILVER aSRVICL

-bard of Trade Takes Action to So-
curO Funde.
At the suggeston of Mayor Davis,
thj Gainesvllle Board of Tipde have
taken up the matter 'of raising fund
.1 r the purpose of a silver service tot
She battleship Florida.
SPartles desiring to contribute ti
the fund can notify B. F. Hampton
The tIs secretary, aid the amount.'
be credited. Following is th(
fot ontributions up to last night:
P . Hampton ................ $ 5.00
SL S. Colson .................. 1.00
ield Warren ............... 1.00
A. 8. Chubb .................. 1.00
L. R.Cannon .................. 1.00
B. Arnold ............... .. 1.00
W. R. Thomas .... ......... 1.0
W. W. Hampton, Jr. ........... 1.00
D. Turanr ................. LOO
I. P. Robao n ............... 1.00
R. Harper ................. 1.00
.T. W. Hands .............. 1.00
W. H. Anderson .............. 1.00
R. 0. Zetrouer ................ 1.00
J. W. Blanding ................ .0
N. 0. Baxter.................. 3.00
Dr. Geo. S. Waldo ............ 1.00
Phifter Bros. .................. 1.00
Geo. IL Broome .............. 1.00
Dr. H. C. Spencer ............ 10
Hon. Frank Chrk ............. 1.0(
Geo. Olas. High Springs....... 1.00
Chas. A. Marks, Waldo......... lAO
13. V Tallant ........ ......... 1:00
Frank D. Warner .............. 1.00
SLe Grabam ................... 1.00
Comtrib.ti(cr. to the abnve rund will
be received from parties residing at
any point In Alachua county.

Si FOR CITY MARSHAL.


8.

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I.:


To the Voters of the City of Oaehee-
vOle: A speleal electtoo having bee
called o Tuesday, October 19,. for
the election of a Marshal to succeed
Ben T. Arnow, resigned. I beg to
announce that I will be a candidate
dro that voice, and ask tbe support
y m'tfriends. Being thoroughly ex.
prtleaoed along the Une of police
work, wlebh has been gained by a
psWtlcal experience, and being now
ating Marsha, it my action t this
mpsedt meets your approval, I ask
"Wr votes to be oatlnuaed In office.
lteerely. HARRY OWENS.


I i spectfulgy aauoew myself a
I listed for CUt Marhal at the spe
to dedsom to be hld October
EI a the the rae t the pot
a le e of eletifo. sad
sleit the,netes ot *y

t de. 4 0 d the iesS
w or rbvw. ave e ye
y" WtM "ever aow
AUMA 10jr


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OPPIlAL mftRCORY77,




secetary of OWASeM~. gay
ford, Tallahame
OOl~tou'..a. c.raom TIM
KvaiseTo.


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3"o MamBur. Ci;Ntm


Clerk andAa~i- i Wege

supt. POWI luinom-I- J R
Kelley. OWANesatI
Sheriff- P. 06-ssv. Gel..eUTUB
country Judsq-;. 0 LMauINfWive,

Ville.

Tax OsIbentw.-W. CL. oduseimaI




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Members 3 6 i Guter
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rretdent: LS. .ureti.IAP i
uI. IL Uraves. C. A. Cobbogh W. 7.
Pound.At A. Goodwia.
Roadtn ofPblie wosa L Tor's
w. Chzataa; W. W. linppom. seals
0"p'; IL V. ou~m.3Lk.


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uamage 66


ARRIVAL AND DSP*3TIV33OF
TRAINS.

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a~m Ufa IL UL. Hsakhls
~My ot ae vsi t
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r lorda syIrup-nothing better
Stoe morning akes. W. D. 1*.

CUa l x. ra s for Uanything t
II... HP" KM4. WWe

W. W. onoa spoet the da 4' a
yI erteyr looklg stV
sine ssnattf.. .
P. 0. amsey left ye-terty
ort visit to 'Rlih 8prings onB
~eri ooaneoted4 *Ith his bflice.
ladwig, the phosphate miner of
Was n the city yesterday on
a ttl weekly trading expeditloha.
Q rs!r Oysters! Oysterat-Yes,
have them today just from Cedar
j ry. Dayvle' Flsh Market. Phone $3.
We have Cedar Key oysters today.
.kIrld supply. but you had better
U rly for thbM. Davies' Pish Mar-

.Mrs. J. M. Dell, Jr.. left yesterday
O ,al, haviau been suammae
U asecount of Mbifness of her

F tak Bailey pleased the audilene
at the Baird Thursday night, .sa he
t vll pleas those who witness hs per
ortman ce tonight.
A. B. Oliver, of the Arm of Oliver *
Kite, has returned from the market",
Where he went for the purpose of pur-
bachainm another carload of stock.
Congressman Prak Clerk returned
-~tersay froa Paltmlk where he at*
eed uAroaS oo Hrt e asW he **
'a trip to Jackaoave e6 rsftat hom.
%he nasu large av e is eupeefti
the asr theatre tplashl arthose
mw Frank lteyt T"erId t
were we-pi aem ad wlU beU
this evetlat wta their A lads


*1A*

-~ *,fc1 O r R71


tcIshseons
.- "m F"WW!Po


aawoiere the s* c.

M rs, i. so. er
i.e & aiz t mhrow wheon&ry vas
togM theMonI to l .e oaty Fr da.



teino on .We*;44^' street -
- pe e It
AG.. 'p,' .,, ,,* ^,,
, OheW. bme. srll A as ed a
ta41 beM f tolI uIro'd ass yonr vt
N or 'p6ho W. prb Ia k rm



Qlft ysterytot Jadtvols toemeet.
Mw have theh bo Cedar
Key. Davies leet bN et w York
Mruk W. Grt 4 eon.. Ge*e,
are Ia the city lr Starke on~a viait
to the forim 's saster, Mrs. H. P. HoI-


Aten, o Weto Uberty OStreot.
A. Calmes W f 8priag Park Parnw
left yesterday or Jaeksonale to meet



10y. I .
Frank Baileor, 4 his famt ous datba
elog da"eO a "4 assy Jokbe, byo I
lutrated r. n ad soam stlm a dture.
at the Batrd Theastrettami Pt.M
lO aIo rgpo b" ., 1%.n i
b. t. B s h returned rom Pert
White. wthee he Baa been vitiata.

reM aUe or he pt te maye a
Incldet-ta iy eosng after Iome bef

Bailey, llustrated maMp abd tolo
pleturt will make up the proam
for tie iairt Theatre tUllght. PrIoes
maie s aal-- sad 8 meat.
S stetbets. jho has beek t 1he
oir fhr the pMt 11 day mhr I*.
has aala deeldad to sme here
seG sake this his ome. m wus
El sty egaped to busbaes e Welt
Uttlem street, ad will opeun aguta


* St *~*
C.
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parir ant a'j
hsr Rent.


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bit lat4

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fnqut 4 t t s oma

kw,7g a"l' e.04olililfM110 l


Id the iwWy
whJh. G v Iig ~ eie

ML Rowet yaweh~vs": pAid
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SA, Taylor, qI that -elty. 4OII~V to -.

4vialstes Is W* o OWHardw" X&"aveaerW g p s s~
ComPWany arve vrt~lm .to eir duly and- be 4"ki.
oam 1tb toom ~The., have,?OWIAXiUY
lamer tor 60e ehbmeted Reach

We bay* all fresh vgetablessIse *-
smAb bllIAbend ~

to atdteo 8,0e
I*M ail W.fltCO.I
lap nesatVema w,
"W" ll 1 kmgon s.~ mto
city rest~rdp The aeSet1
rlam Ww* aISMp4 d"aimtln wmser C

T. IL Denuoti or IaCtione wasIs W4 -4
A%- -" &~ -IL- M t f


Wo U


amn mty Yost~ sabm. e.u
bee for teW w~e aft 00with
hbs ama &VCremm ,s"ms b



t6e vbtu'e10 dotOf Ytfties,. as



-oftm b ub bhe oa New

tbw 416 "ewa 016rewh

we be
fw- 7r7W


William R. Stec
'Crawford 1
Chas. A. Fair c







RENT.
en-room hou,
Sto J. A. Phifer..
e in South
aer connection.

g Ven-roon house
by W. S. Dorsey.
Robb.
MBNT HOTEL, 1
SJ. Shipman, iX
le rooms at rj
tomers wanted b
tIe. reasonable.
asix-room cottage
Small modern i
.110 a month; aloW
on West I
month. Galies
y.
tor calling an1

,A. Dolan

WINARIA
|MOidence:
hotel (;ai'nevi


McCORMICK'
ART SCHIl

W OPEN-
Iefnlok's Millinery P
W S Sd Court House
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