Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01271
 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 20, 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: VID01271
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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there Is no
|ace for th4
a very conDl
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I also true the
II only Demol77
wildest Pop
jpt possibly ha
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roterner than
has it ever
Er. Bryan's
a why should
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western Josep!Dt
V we not alrems
please expl
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Him For Having...' Thirty-Four of thew Sallots Were
Spoiled anft~own Out
Tenl the Truthr "" "t"*

In 1880--in our own opinion-KW YORK.Oct.1*-W.I3.L Neela, the Moog" seeqs )svu
the in 18-tn our aown oinion-- The special city' electon called "r i YOAtK, Oct, l-. I aSnm dIitt oh m 1-
Du toale party when he said the purpose, of s.eo ai t vacancy a t N Yaork, and Otto T. t a Ot plt
In 4 Now Yor. ond OttoT. f,,sK 04,- ft
TARIFF I6 A LOr AL ISSUE! marshal, owing toi rsiguatin o o l m amsn nomlne, bftb tof "M t s
B. T. Arnow, pua8 overLrOA I hendl ia r M. i L
11oe bUs said that "Candor Is quietly, very ate t ben
is as well as a virtue." But we Ilayed bey eite bee O dlat e.,m ... U --" -_.. Ik
to see any vice in telling the ileds br i wher n 9dd .a res raf
til late in the when W tbo or tllo
e whenthe South stood them and their began to w o
A110 0 wh*? t heSos ath stood lE S t ai Mi4
in need of friends we cannot hard for votes anE Mb their support.a" U Ishrd sPok 111 Sir h
the moment anyone from Mr. to he pol di s sped froleM- -
B' home of Nebraska ever came C. M. Dell, wipo ba held the pa to ethers L etomob g '1
e *. tion of street supaendet ftor t b a f hisWie" t 11 1 I
SBt to those days o the Force Bill, past number of eWts., was the 5eD InIhiritot 5a "
I other of those damnable and cessful candidate, adeIlvlng a majW ty u r;t. e it o 'a 41 M *l ql
y stabs at the South, there of 62 votes over h iopoonent and t e
truly an intellectual genius in present Incumbeat, U L. Oweas. w m r t m
3 fom of Samuel J. Randall, from There were' tn al 400 vote asout i to o A
llama. Pennsylvania. and the result ws a tollows: C. YW to BeaN I as. aim ie '
.Mr.Randall was a Democrat-and Dell 214, H. L Owers 152. with 34 U
~ighty good one at that. But don't polled bllots i the bo. h ths t
knoHLes interest was lab IPRn O CthisUsN gi. w as I n
I a I i ,,H^: ur .; i :+
Sotion thaq any other heild la ths A i a v
Mr. Randall also believed In doing city outede of an elioo fCro e tr aad
greatest good to the greatest num- toe" and the small vote cast Is At' M mse.u BaM o "gm Ib IA
ded that a greater number tribute to-the leak ofl Iterost manul- t a V 0 0
to be in his own district tested.
eeslal.The. race was Aiwherein nsomt* P*0 dobe''at J" of e b a t
Apln must we quote Ruth to Nao longing or disarreable features were amh Me I l-set We tOe IL
Ageainmustwequ o Ruth to Na. Theac wa as wmeri no L I ni. i i h -s Ht so I- IMs AMg- Wilb Ole 61d i0
: 'Thay people my people!" 'lated, sald tis falt was highly appref 4MmX 6 "
"'ONd Sam Randall stuck to hls peo- elated by the citisns. i lil"nrsls J t MIm .
j u and they kept on sticking to O Y O Ta P. 'oeM "1 see' *o s Tt lhw*
ll-to make a long story short- hi. district, and whll we thilk .. .
W udorlymbelieveFrankClarkha has done a Few very eiash '
od es ive for nkl stunts,. IN TaItMA8 e .g
truly believe he has made a' i bln
ud efficient Representative. ,
And this reminds um:
Just now wo said something sbo0t
Pres;i ,nt Iw,,Ic.n. There Is ah old i
-lory of an office-seeker who eolid le
m the President and was give a
,essuge to Secretary Stamtos. I due DALLA. TeOs. OOt. IS.-Pe~t piay It. The xprts to h
Iu l Is ae the. applicant retumed mad1 r. deat Taft wll rwemahil Texas *htre (d I liks o to 3 1.
Liuncoln asked: "DId yoa NM tul OtLober l4th. uIytng vilts to San TI h Pr` et" t W heWt WIMOeta
4' antol?"* Antosao. Houstonm sad als.' He Mr. Or sumenMrt NVa aM d t -
iWet and Southwet and the South Yes, Mr. President, I SAW haI" tUill spd o ow days oa an bro her's paw of celebrated he*l u4 mt fe
A lndkative as to what has been a "Well, what did be say?' qfil ra4h, I Q1 ita. *m sar Gregory. P thl'r IghtiWe qluslitM TI Pi :,
@er1l condition. It might bt' men- the President. otth prperatk los ove ben n aot* d t U kllhav tlis thrift b A
ed that In the ten years the ex ." do't like to tenl ou, ri d wa for hi re ce-ptre. aad bh win bts alrtag raye h a atk 'm:
rt of cotton at Galveston have In- the applant. but hr sald pi wee hve 6 a,10*. hebtlng. sNlag s d a dark. tM be weso h Save ,o '
from $57.500.000 to $11100.(I a DAMNEDF POOL!" r Pl w fb e h bk cattle. ea'M okm. _i a. s s I D Isa 1.
'90. The exports or corn from this ow did Stanton thAUY SA wil be a opportnly for the is re t y r0 t TaftI rae
""0Now, did Staln.i REALL!Y $ArVItwilll be & b POrMu"I ftf Ow b" Us$"* "1101
Mprt have also doubled In the de- riAT?" P M to r r from te ad i t e to
-Yes. air. he did and I co prove bat*4ie of his Do0 trip 0 ISI to em t he 1 thele. oet of th e
stories told of Sabine. TeIXNa. ,aw real *edaoest, la only f elrwbop aI ews O loWsr w at
w c customs district, or Mobile. Ala.. Well." d Mr. incoln. "I tell thl member. f the petly wilN ,as a- stemMIl, ad Ime' or Wo (
P arl River. ,Mi.. and of St. you. STANTON I UUWALLT OMpBYhi bs-. a-& ". ,#eS, mp 0 M alay,. w M ... :O V
Key West and PenoaPola. all R OHT'" nll hav th-a r hs4.i utg sWi n ,. sA r Ft hw Ib as w I ,i .ew the
F ItoIda, difer immaterially as re And that's JIt wh t Who TI PMR fl ** t 0 1as t 1-o
growth of exports, from that I AN thinks about Frank Clrk & IUJou wi be the prat tti0 lPisi t the "BiM IIo" 0 WP N
with reference to Galseaton. Winfeld S ktt HaInockd ada m1' aM 8M W lkpho. Te t T1 uk, M
Exports in a majority of caes qRm Randall a.nd ever othr te Othe mke w.s.W t" t do I ts f ~ .-_o
afee are somewhat peculliar to P.Murs man who has bad the eP I 1 'r. Ors", IIt Mi f I ntheal 11le do
S tlo. but they also comprisE. nd the MANHOOD to ts tad tiqd AN t rlnh. ThaBre bE..te Sw th me. ae d Tof
rauy stated, products of a very T:J. THE TRUTH ad My Mwt pm proed a ,nk_ .-. W t 1 0 I I
larct'er. and the destlnations sToP TARIPrp Ib A IA'Ala M 9 Mr. ro-mh slH tke40 Me d 1 ias
ire.1 as various a Uth of Jk.vHi1 PlorlC4an. 01 1 TMo," ft 1
A Atlaentic ports. dmiwly tAth of Aa oe *"*0 6w K dl
-ftm KLie ". isU do *Mela lw all

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.99ldIA d31Brett
Hpa to stee was refered to the
g olo pog ji ehe up -with theo

6to e ato
Wttok ealch was to ooet o T
Qo S t OpMa d warrant.

obot ewae s referred to the

I4 tite asking for a light to be
dat theo ooror of Oak and Mo.
p omlk street was referred to the
omomittee with power to act.
_.ma.lurnoet moved that clerk
city attorney $W far pleases of
trp to Talahassee to loo after the
4ty's latereste In the ragrod matter
g wardtin West Main street. Carried.
AtAlers. PIter moved at adjourna.
.At until Thursday evening at 7:80b
4 which was adopted, and the oounell
stood adjourned until the boor ot
laO p. -m., October 21

'i0bmmlissoners Make Additional Im.4
Sprevement In Vault.
The County CoamissloeLs s 'havp
made additlenal Iprovelents I the
t aity vault by having t sheet bIro
4e0 placed In there to -take 4he place
e-i # table that has 'oooepled the
Soo at stme it was built.
Inl this new desk-table every avall.
able space has been taken 9p, and
It was designed and made esptafllyI
to take care of the county tax books,.
" which are much larger and more
cumbersome than the usual book.
SISome thirty of these compartments
tre fixed for each two 'tiers, and in
i all the new piece of furniture is a
Seat addition to the room. BeIldes,
It will take care of the books better
and at the same time .f ord the oom.*
_ .sJuloners a better desk for their
when they are In session.
S he a h some cover for all of the
steel work Is of hard wood and
lopes just the least to make It ad.
Santageous in writing and the oeay
Handling of books.

SBEnjoyable Meeting,
The Treble Clef Mtste Club held
Its monthly meetln on Friday after.
Sesm, October lth, with MIas Orace
S ed as hboetess.
l ,y, ordered, after which refresh.
it *weros erred
Ia TlS--Behr-Mtes Lleae Wasa.
sto a-L10 etet e Meole
Mlal Pa- ssett.
m W t--Cloy--hss or.es .. M
| dan the Bird-Orth-Mis Ivy

ElsIea Drm-ap-atet-Mes Jewel
Orave*-Lawewso-Mls Age.

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Ipri ag-Behr-Miss Rth Peter.

Ofat a~ mi tttmHsies mesad

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Gu~de~.$1 to $1.73;
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W$.t 8uppo r. -25o

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will not take an active p9t to
mapicipal eatipals to gretr New
Tork. Althoaua be deoll d to oM
meat on the iRfttion yesterd, the
governorr assume the pelOR m that
as the Governor of New York State
Is the reviewsig oftier for about
all the important o0i0oal In greater
New York and they are amenable to
him under the provisions of the ebat
er of New York, the oWhie eecu te
of the State should not appear In
a local eampalan In that city.

Impoerfet Digeetle
Meaas lek auition ~ad In we
quene leU vitality. Who the live
(ails to soret bile, the blood become
loaded with bilious propertti, the 41.
gation beoames Impaired and the
bowels oonstpated. Herblne wllm
rtify this; It give tone to the stom-
ah, liver and kidneys, strenthen the
appetite, eare .. Improves the com-
pleon, Infuees new lUt ad vigor to
the whole system. eents a bottle.
Sold by W, M. Jbasam.
At the Baird Theatre.
The vaudeville attractions at the
Baird. together with th movlag plc.
tures and d alhstrated ons are at.
tractig larger crowds at oeb per
formance, whic h ows that the et.
forts of the mamnaers are betal appr
elated by the public. Thl e ill tor
the frt two alghts of the preeot
week were hlgbl eatertalaIti sad
pleased all poremIa

It tIo to tima of ddeo mlsap
accident that Chamberhltari UIda et
an be reed upon to take the place
ot the family sdoor, who eaMot af0
ways be foam at the memeat The
It is that Chamaberutab's at i
eONad wanth. Ia msee at
ea"s, cts, weme amd atmess
entWIN Lisai-mst takeshw cmt t
eeens sam d 6tves awaVy the "aa.
s by al dreia

T Otean Up Cemetry.
Pne Grorve chure has appoetated
the ambt Mesday t Noveimbes whiat
w be oa the n ea. tr the pw.
pwse of seo*e. elu upmd
workias the P.te Grove Ceaetery.
All lntod are requested to eet
athe curv h. Bt order of
SPsestor N Caeureh.

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Dent Fall to Take Advantae of This
Sig Reduetion In I ev Milianry.
To the Ladiea of MaIoMu Couty-
Owlang to a butlneas angmgeat
w omh will comply my perseoat ab
sence from my millinery parlors for
a few weeles at let of the season, 1
have concluded to offer anything in
y large stock at 10 per cent diw*
count from regular prices, it purehas
ed within the present month, begin-.
aing Monday. October 18th. I have
sothlng In amy mllnery department
that is not freh from the mporters
tI the last six weeks, ad with the
reputation I possee for always hav.
lug the latest Ityles, everyone who
purhaes at thil unusual low sale
a ras assured tfat they are getting
the beet and latewn hats. I shall be
pied to have a emn from you dur-
IaN the seaoL. a&. F. T. M~Cer-
lek, weat qidte quare, eat to
Qataeavsie Hars Comeapany.


s no Patrss1hm t oi1sh days
a mmey reluadmed. e.,

o. w0e rva i a fiaed re
Oft khe 11a tt ba S b a e

Tour coush anma yeW. Keep am
-iil ad ta"artme e t i mte sam
braoe of yrwr thrit vym want to
bei e amme. It pm s enftab
want to be curd tae Caert'
C08 Remedy. oMl by aa drm i tgt

Tow -a"
dab seder w h
YourNerves' mV

A~pwV~sAk 6h b-giillha

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The ed, oL football lae
r. ige r the University wi t

bee a .i* eatsy Aaier an A
TQl4or~w, l kteW that som soo
orka will be f the sfe
O P who ha been very
buny sra l1 ival to Gataepville,
ha alreiy ows1 n what nhe o
wit tO for tor the gaue oa. la
,-t3Idli Iil demonfutoa. "t

city, l:.lis tutortag ,betb

only a wW-.b w hav*e be;t **
[ he I clbUslqrs lr, he olw

aed ot ~a ent *&ao, b
att mayW to In time; p~a
ere wirn- a several pl no."t

or tbe people between thee" tw9

'WeoI*wi the schedule as ai r
r aed o athe l ason tp to the pree*

osrret othe majority of them are
to be laRed i his city as follows
bOetO *-4ns College, Oainesevuille.
Nb(o. $ v Sio, Deoand.
Nb* h Winter Prk.
Nov. FWb. Gainesmille.
"tis 'illlAFd the people p9 this
city an oot to ae the great-
er part of the paue" that have so
far been scheduled, but an effort *llI
be made to Secure mome ames be,
tore the *sseat is over.

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16Id" iI have ba
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1? Public Is Asked to Consider This a Personal
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A display of completeness could not have been arranged earlier, a showing so comprehensive will not be
seen later, al ltEG..W. HYDE COMPANY Millinery Department spreads before its visitors tomorrow
the hats, which own to the slightest curve and most exquisite grzduatio.l of color, have been accepted by the
Highest Fasri" Authorities. We have bought more Pattern Hats from New York and other markets than last
season-their wp y and variety were irresistible to us, and will be to yo'.
Tomonr4 W hibit is fully 'representative of Paris fashions up to the moment. Hats of the "Premier Class"
that speak eoy of the creative genius of famed milliners and designers.
We bido welcome tomorrow morning.

StdOpening Women's Outer Garments
This opening S s will doubtless afford fashion-followers genuine pleasure. From end to end the far.
aching "--the second floor-is ready for whatever is wanted in fashionable.

y, representative of the bt ide that ha been ntr ced e dig A
hare wo the meited approval of the ptet fashion critics. We n ver a
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,3a vW"per. P

bwIto~U&1to ny

l ^tta diylddads on the stoek of a
Iba7aby show that h Aums aW
Is v talable asset.

If a oans spes his youth a rlitsk
Mhb will not nto after days have to
tm over wasted years.

W P hol4ing down the lid of aex*
j apnt optimism, J. J. Hill wins the
SbfVyweight championship.

pw4er boad have ,been lista qL
the Stook Ssclaange. We do hope
thy will be kept awy from the
Shauomd Match.

i John b. Rockefeller Is reported to
WSboht largely lt the A*er.
Sr 8hipbldilag Co. Ai attempt to
*$lIsle oil and water.

The county oommissioners have re.
|.fed to call a wet and dry election
i Putnam county, deciding that the(
petition uklag for .s wa toegaL

Lyal smokers should ll rally
cheerfully to the aid of poor old Key
SWeet, the mouero of so aue otf their
q ps aure. say The Wall street Jour.

es not enough that parents love
Sheir children, they, must love them
wholy. LOve that Is not thus bal.
Sliaeed is the worht thing possible for
the child.

VIow true It It that generally we are
more ready to find the faults in those
who displease us than to And the oz*
llenctoe In those whom we eteetm
Sour friends.
i What a lot of energy spends Itself
Into words Instead of In action. Puat
Into action it would bless ourselves
saM others; frittered away to words
It is useless.

If people would not waste so much
time over ireat amnbltoans that can-
mot be realised they might aecomplsh
a good deal aons the line of small
aoblevmetaes. _
t pyo anticipate being a candidate
la tate or county oaee m ext year
Should be a good Idea or you to
alt a copy of the aew primary law
sa st ey It carefuaty.

ft te hMe seoe the smtl Amyertea
a0 crop. AusetraMa expects a record
"wMt elip of 1.aj 0 bales. But hor
tarl amem olethes alght really
b s a woo" this year.

'he Havana News t"e was de-
trtd byA Ire tlat week. sad Mtter
Opwy ltoN teeula athe x apr wmar
aiAsm o" |bei n ta gn' splIstage -
byjaim. We have b booth the

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b toamosathite V t 04 e M

0M Ruth r rM1am a Ne t so tO

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p obUd. Theyr. lapp a sv
trans upon t fril ;, Wma in4l 4
rnTous ptm, with the r"ua, As all t
mow, tbhat wasy chMlrea who tbh b e l
ti. sibool r$ sl=aply a UN 44t a 4Z0
IVes. Pre' that tA Iefe is
ihian a ahort aTp. Thea. a.
Ma of modern li to bore :et t
Id40tly atecte chsldrar directly,
Nr, Indirettl, to vrOI reet a W
u th h rouar heidltl. nIbot
SOp of the pttle itrl above c to
Wu w that ltoi mng w s me"n

as t0 a t aotns. m,.M.
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.o oarot Is bonauu ltw s rwost "s
We at hppy, but Rj. c1to IN

o me oat mfstsr te U. as d nt
sd to a little l.ft th rew iM

dto"ae stto hlitf. t
With otll dot e rer rf e o t whe

tvi' ltabyIngwhe n eveibois119
at of ,ret bwe UMt home LUt

Wot to Ipro verty rt of peawford a

to t aprui crt r h?
Sstret by ,thui movli NtL) Uns
glnal GalOetevl u ewa at Ue ts
form as to lse of blocks widthi
set. etc., but *uch is t tbhe assae
r-.and the raanlti of a frewn rs
Ma for thb laytes oc*
rmake it the i

i ltaeies as upader tra W
kn or more, been a deted to
ecg sidewalk. A it
ames R. Walsh. former bank prest atA..
it and then bank wrere hta bee- is Mt
Med a release by the ooan of ap.wY l
is tro frt hie t-yer osnaton to ir

ondema that deciloaft ecortg e ily
the libt Ia. wheh thy regard tlw
real seateOl Bu t certalt It is
t'when qe rleh or, Pr pwat
a Is put bad prtis bare every 11
arta iMs by his tratds to ave
a set at liberty, without rgarm to :.:
I lt or Iaoowaet s.ad sesb or I
wi they gshuttly unosted. It hes
wtOU. ad O eatm diasoota-t b- AM Mrm

or 4et 0oat theat ar th a
maId be H f t no pat ee Ms
Iosdom s i thdaI II I

Mar. Ap.s eea b g

Iat a sileaei to Dalk we ma

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us fre
week. sew,
being b ur

aOndatlion or
made to tho p
Is nearly ,o0

Morse of
nlght and the
L, Id front

SMlsion fesUtl
Sto a cloe(1
iresting and
ets. --' -,
]Myers Music Cl
to give a-
(ay night for

| prospects la
at all houses
,ill be taken adt
mi this winter. t.J
Contract to ere
county court
jld to C. D
The bid was $'

* instruments
f fire departmsa
received and arg'
they will be put

t estimated vall
i owned In 81.
i. Three years
wo machines In tb

t A.
i was

Bailey of -
of denl"g4
.5 years of'
Mateo's eatl

09 Arthur Ong
in McOlrt's *
M.0 He strayed'
In Ortega Prida
I hoped until th



Terribly from Eczema
t chMade Hands and Feet Swell,
ll and GetRaw -ArmsAffected,
1 00-; -Gave p Hope of Cure,


smzffred from ecbemkon my hands.
and feet for about twelve years,
haids and feet would swell, sweat
Itch, then would become callous
very dry,1 then peel off and
aw. I tried most every kind of
M d ointment without success,
temporary relief. As oon as I
leave off using them I would be
as bad as ever. I tned several doctors.
30k- arenmle-for two years and at last
up thinking there was a cure for
A friend of mine insisted en
SWthet Cuticura Remediefls but,
they were the same a other
s s' had tried, I did not give them
a until I got so bad that I had to
Len cured a cake (f Cu-
*osp. a x of Cuticura Oint-
,psd a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent
S y the time they w ud I could
a vast Improvement and my hands
i wre healed up n no time. I
veUA tl hottlf. of Cutivura Re-
t was over a year ago and
od 6 trouble since. I think I
en rely aued. Charles T. Bauer.
J.D. Volant, Pp., Mar. 11, 1908.'

Of Torturing, Disfiguring
Humors by Cuticura.
The suffering which Cuticura Soap
A4 Cutoa Ointment have alleviated
among skin-tortured, di-
V' figured Infants and chil-
dren, and the comfort
* they have afforded worn-
out and worried parents
have led to their adop-
tion in counties hcmm
a a priceless treatment
for the skin and blood.
Ecsema, rasihes, and
every form of itching,
*iy humor are speedily cured, in the
%@Ah-ty of cases, when all else fails.
Ixt mwad Internal Treatment itr
uMor of Imnt lid and Adults roe-
OgMNWto nt (OIM.) to Heal the Skin And (uVU-
8 vil ot o6) to Puri t
out world Potter Drug & .
r* CnBoston MMa. _
ira. Cutlews Book O % SW DisaM

had gotten lost in the woods near
there. --
Bass fishing has been tine on Da,.
to"o Beach for the past two week<.
Last week an Orlando fishermen Msu.
.tdAq In catching nine fine bass in

. AI.l Bramley and Harry Moreaux,

two young men from SprifdgeMN,
.Mass., reached St. Augustine the
other day after having traveled 1.00
miles on a motar cycle.

A thorough system of electric light

bov.at lneW e kftfrwdeAre
LON"lg hedo ty*$ tf "KWAiYe.

ing Is being Installed in DeOPu lak To th Wo OIs the kidneys'
Springs, and extensive inmprovemeats s ty.
are being made In the already splei Wht the fall to do this the kit
did water service. W*YW 4 OWL
-M kacse and mais kidney is fo
Work has been commenced in Ml- tow,
amn driving the piling for the dook, Urnlary ta b dia betes.
club house and recreation pier tO bs OalMmP"e mt
erected by the' Biscayne Bay TYat Asill.
Club. The work will be rushed t6 UL V. A. 1 6 %31 lhing.
completion. -- w* "16 Ays Ikt
tm -t. Ph., 9 aya: "It
A ship canal meeting is soon to kbe. WM b e ar to esibe NO I st-
held in Ocala, at A time when Benator f*red roa a wsk ad tinhg ha k.
Fletcher and Congressman Sparkman At time the Sibp fe w hite ee
can be present. Interest has been that o l not get up or dow I
aroused by :he proposed Martin oa. was also trembled by rheumatism and
nal. This roqte Includesa glver diftrt parts of my body become
Springs. Ocklawaha and St. Johns sti aMid laie. A frhied fally ad
rivers and Blue Springs,. vAd me to try Doa's KidMey PUIs
---- and procorwng a bho. I begaa teir
A Government expert has Just gone Mo. I am glad to y tha th'y t Ute
over and viewed the lands In Nassau up to repre tlO "n removint to
county. Reports show that he way g M and diSpoeSnof the rbetm
greatly pleased with the fine soil con- tiUM. cI mebse"tly say that Dan's
editions. The Nassau Truck and Farm Widoy Plle did men more go thas
Company of. Fernandina filled last Y1 medlac*e I Mhd IPvet al'Wt s.
week an order for 50.000 cabbage h'.e"rby n t M w Ubl
plants and 30.000 oelery plants. eNets. l Miti befu % e, ..
New r Tk"i k aole tste r fo thel
George Pressman, wife and mother t -d a t.
of St. Petersburg had a narrow escape, t-"
it. *I.k .. dah' d r D. P.... sa -* m*n ..

eL U otI .OI U.J era. r ssit M WE
irlving a large auto when a oow raN
iust In front of the machine and was
lt with much force. The cow was
killed instantly and It was only with
i strong and steady grip that the
'ar was righted and kept in the road-
More Than Enough Is Too M"uh.
To maintain bealdthb. a mature man
or woman needs Just enough food to
repair the waste and supply energy
nd body heat. The habitual consump-
tion of more food than Is necessary
for these purposes is the ptime caure
of stomach troubles, rheumatism and
disordTrs of the kidneys. If troubled
with Indigestion. revise your diet, let
reason and not appetite control and,
take a few doses of Chamberitan's
Stomach and Liver Tablets aa.. yea
will soon be all right aan. For be
by all druggists.

The habit of amnwetag &d,
appealto on I S oa Wt w
you Interested in the M" i e P
Ing. and gr..-S-

Aesteed fo e*s*eeled weipse.
Deputy hetOW' Breta ma4e a Awt
trip to Kanipaha Tm day tor
pWpue of arrestng and. Wtm~bu
back to this dty.a Msero by theu a
at Joe La mplu The ero iIto I
ed Inl take On a charge at ery.
tag eoealeed weapuMs, sa D~aty
abetf Jerwy WiW left for that
pqlat e the afteraoom trali with the
prisoner. .. ,

imMty Colter Witah bw.
Whb mtm ee that kwd of wether
Weonet yo Iknow that rieiemsts
weather to at bud. Gt ready tor
It now by getting a bottle of tUilaNr's
eow Uamml t. Incat tiag mad
Mor rhemmSUis. chilblains, frost litc
wmre aMd otl Jots sad masnle. a!
mtem sat Pas.i e.o we an t$.00o1
bottle. soM by W. M. Johbeos.

Itave rear s*teloery *eetly priap('
t The mat.eo We atrry a we#'
o the best pap
whif.er t U9 MuBMkSe rate'

Meter wek ea
et of *te =tri i
^MW^^* ^w l 9 ^^^I^^
IIMI eieweB*4111

be W ItWo the Ass
*0'~Utw 00inftb

-S% 'Wth a w vmiobkft s Y j iun.

ows abstiset

Dr. As Do~lan..,,


Magnoia Howl~yPS

Dr,. As Dolan

'M~d Mtc~ne~atm.

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To all persons subject to Bilious Attacks, Sour Stomach,

Indigestion,. Constipation, Headache, Dizzine, Heart-

bumrn, Vertigo' (blind stagess, Foul-Breath, Sallow Com.-

plexion or other sptoms of a Tapid Liver, WE SAY,
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dy. Its invigorting 66161 TOrj ,Wd ahnaimos l44
Iot, a kew days' use mm the fmost obslfw"am Ifedwo ak, tpdand.d

a day. *wa
- .. ALL- A a~sIemmamieAw Alm mosafh In din"

M..B AI 101A It ees NSZSia, UhiiW.sq*W ANuY gpmwnwm mmw
IN!L L~and driving them out s te 6 bs*
kteteSoah nd Bow& in sah A emdin 0 te

thi Jrt voe Toric

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H. OW,:' Rooms to *e s n-
argd *r aW Tellet. Placed In
the New Building.

ork on the changes to be mtade In
hcket offiooe and altMg loom
the Atrlatic 0oa4 Ua4e"t will
-tarted thi o mornO, by, reman
and hu crew of earenters
ho arrived Toeai y for thie pu'ipos.
' The entire front of the bulldinl s
io be chaned and overhauled and
ItN froft part of the romat win Ibe
tl r, makf more and rbatm
fate a ioo(he passengers who are
0 o wait over In thls city
gq r t+ e of tIme.
ti c o to e i s to be moved to
enter in frost of the preeoneO
Which will extend deeper nto
freight buOldin ao fifteen or
ty feet, and will be out In hib4
l ihne two large and eoi.atai rbna
,f-t the a6ommoatlo of opsaenter
A t"Rboer of toiAets will also be
d.1 0a the building on either
for the accommodation of pee
and-the room will have twoc
one from the side and one
the froot, making thm much
Seas of aeem ean d erp ea and
M to the doneed of the public.
Tbe. large baggage room will be a
the rear, a t Itsl at lpeeas stand
with the number of other smalerI
aNOi that arem to be ma Ie It Il
lsped to meet the requreme nt of
se ditivens and traveling public forh
doe time to come.
s, o ---- --M-^ WI
A IMs uet
Ipread before you would do you no
Amod It you couldn't eat. What 6o6M4
fao" d do a ehild when as eoon aa
X enter It's stoah It is eaten by0
rOn That's the emAo your baby"
ogiln. Cross. pastyfaed= ad thin.
10v It White OreaMm Vermltue It i
V vW d pelthe worms and act "a to io
Oe child. old by W. M. Johnom.
typewi ribbOa M W aL tla
mW =e beat on the maho Onlya
| "ve Owts. AU oll e" md 1r
Standard maghtes.
m y MW wha you a oe chlam
though a want ad. In Tb s na.


g Furniture

j -Store_

hIsd last week in all
|flnes. Why? Be-
Scause of our ad. Just
look for this space.
every week-you will
see something NEW
.m-not only in the line

a new price. what,
do we mean .by a

new pricee" A cut
|vprie, o4 course.
Some and be con-
vicewA. We sell for
ch; we sell for part
csh, balance on easy
terms. If you want

businea, let have a
ta. geme& UdThe
Furnitue Stoe.
West Side SquWe.

A.W ur-n-
s, Lr,

A Mespage Peom. n eaaty
, specaaiast to Wanettaoklnflg

In Inergyanv Vitality.

Thosnds of women, vainly atY
tempt t inuprote theit complex-
ions and ruaov bckheas, dows*'
feet and other blemishe, through
the use of cosmetics. Thi treatment
fails because the trots eji tr deep-
Lr than the skin. Thy pe a ufferait
trem lIpW ad pe e blood.
iLs condo n ion n in many ess due
to atrrhal condition o the holse
*ystam which finds its exprsalotI In
sallow, muddy comploieon, darhkr.-
cled eyes, general w esknes of th
system, and perhaps most plainly In
the vweepn of muoou membranes
that ist commonly called etarr&.
In het this Whole teadecy I,
properly speaking, acarrh. BalA
is eCatarrh, and the complexlon will
el.ar u I by magic, eye will 6ug
tOn, ftae, beome rosy and shoulders
*ret. Perfot beauty goes oly witb
tfor women ma oly be obtlned
through.one cetaln tr etmeuit4ta
whlob' will outS catahb.
MaM. swift New York, the amtI
beasty epecalis know thrMAho
Pe world and an adopted authority
on all. Ir tip thro, Agte s that tm
ood positive and petans t arellef
for eitatlh to BeaU Muee*Toe,
Here is her Ite:.
"I oa str nely adome the otsh
o ade for Aall M ?om.wMas'a eare
tor systialo cataryb. Its toaos .e
feWd are rnmariablI. It balla sup
the satre h Nad raeM s vitality. I
woman wh are tirfd aod run down,
lacias *neiry and vitality, will
Recall MuCW-TOe. theW y wtil VI e
As I do its strength nin and healon
taastites." s
Rlxal MuenuTbe works through
Mhe blood, acting, thus up% the mume
colle-the oonstion and ta matIt
of which cass local ctarrh. f his
remedy ause poison to be expelled
roma the system, and the blood is
Purifled aad revltallsed., Thus the
natural motionu of the meueos cells
are restored and the membranes are
clemsed Ad made strong. We know
that Reall ItuacuTone does relieve
catarrh. We positively guarantee to
refund the money paid us for this
remedy In every ease where the user
Is dissatisaed. It is a builder of vigor.
ous 'health and/ a creator of good 6ornm
plexions. Price 60 cents and & ,100
per bottle. Mall orders filled. It
may be obtained only t our store-
The Rexall Store. J. W. McCollum &
Co.. corner kast Main and Union
"I made up my first conundrum this
morning." msay the pblleepber of tola
ly. "Why Is lihbtaint like a woman
driving a nall? Answer. lecmauws I
never trh1' tlwtre I e iI tle nme place.

Hoarsens lan a child subject to
croup Is a sure Indleation of the ap
proeth of the disease. If Chamber.
lain's Cough Remedy is gitve at onee
after the croupl cugh has appeared,
It will prevent the attack. Contains
>u person. 8oM l by all drt a -



1 1 and
I hours: b

t, Gr1
to 12

Iot I as "arv

To f t Pparty,
Weq wted tt ad a most M it k%
To mant aleai roae y f- ..'
To co eteOietyAM. Ij G l ottl m in:mm

b .umsd :-' -. 4 s'YO

IfMth oa Age would be the ,
Of the y.a. to which youa t have
If objesta to exposing yo ae

A mu ra of very rat merit Ii
wm twf toothanewbow l uI '.
We wil liwe ym good cheer for t.
Aad s atry o picture unle to i .. g
WelH bet Yqua and old w"th v ;
oa :. hea rty ., I, Cli^
As YN M eooe and allo-, to yo g .
owa Birthy Partyr S
Mlasosie Tettp% Frrday Ostobqr 28
BeSnf T. 'P. U. ;+:.
Everybody coriall welcome. B ,
freahamtm fre, so come. ad l
a your friends.. We -M at ad-4
b4go1 r the timey, btwe to 9M 6 -
It lbdly In a envelope, ay t

J3aank. PbOue


T Mai a sh, ."e n T ,.-- BAYER,
j be SWT i Ow.l.ft iO RJ3Y &i AT LAW,

letn.c.,wi..p.. treeuht' ",-- property, I
nt meo at, the It-r 2l H1 ,tr . I *I
rd), phop
runed Wea 'The company W ead PI ofrfor sale. i1
ad by Kr, Q N HaamIlton Ia the L
role of Lieut. ebmot, d the app -._ 0 , so J, A.,_l_,
port Cst wUi hf a well. AT LAW
kowa arotl d EArlighil, -46&k nw i" 406'' Ior in Equity
Pasng 3mk--ramzer, Deas ing Ba "*_Now
dos, Al Maes ad e se other. While Ogvey.ani g ad ul
the coapiany to a newotner to this All business prompt
territory they come with record magw#e M- "e. i next door o ig
at Kansa c, of one oea6"; 1I |U, U9v,
lay, Ohio, for thirty weef and C a. N K O THUS w FIELDIO
leton, 8. C., to latxteea week to 41 010Ao)ARK & I.DING
their credit. They also carry special
soenery for every act of every play, 1 .- TAWERS
wlt'- high-class Vaudeville bew. And bos wouldn't lther, If yo old sbw. 9-t a
the acts. Packed hotauses are looked only ask your ~'er bread made -:., s '
forward to, as the management hag by the Keystne Bakery. See that
overlooked no detail nor pared any yor grocer do tdtry to ise yo t O oalneaville NatMoU
expense In giving a metropolitan soothing "Jueat aa good." i.a Itesvtllle Plorrin
production at popular prices. Have our wagon MOp at you hm -'- '-
daily aid be satisfied.
May all be very well so far as the Ihonoe 1 if. ITN e.er, Prf ep.
trusts are concerned, but not whog
It comes to chills and fever and maw l DERl l MG
larla. Quit the quinie and take a E
real cure-Ballard'sa Hebte. Con. =W[W. I .. -
tains no harmful drug.and I. as cer-. |MC l i L e
taln as taxes. I.It doesn't cure, you I /UA N B 1 Glwt* N WODS....
get your money back. old by W. M. The time s N,-...
The plta is 1o/H W. Main t, N.
OWM artile that i simply -Ua he The preesa iresaableW. 'AaOSSa roNl
V W o0tr beamwe alb, Ift adv The weri nIs guaranteed. *gg- .iTS TOMIt.^T I
d"s be sold to someone who Is ea The Help is "It. IsM gq .
* li ats O" The 'phe*e la-.- -
The best place to bay yr ood ----y --
I at the Oare w nte you to KOMI KLEAN KLUS. I, eeu o .e su o. a I
omtros as ol The Bea. We wwo for w tes ea. I a "" *

tie-Wedt S1161 f 1. 6614 1. k*-. JMcWIVj,

wnftu "06 Ivan"um
4 full quarts ................. ~l I.e ~ ...S L
6 faul quarsu ...... ... *
1~~~~~~~~& fulqars,..k...... i4ebem" W2MdobirmI~p
I'fill quarts frightPAN ..... 1mof~Pe
Of pblato i ift",*.*j
is faul qmuats.................Lee o wnelyS ii P"3 e hm
6 ftu luamt. .............. POP 4W

3 hun qwuarts PdSW

-Aasybt By. A IngN. Sawg..,.

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.dgmel Jo
, s their t

o the minutes J
0 for the yVe
I their offices bl
R remarks. '
determination .
the course of I
out in ThI'
ine Italy and
ry interesting :i

feature of the 00
st eagerly
te president's
T a y lo r r e c e liv e _.
for the

irs. E. M. I
ro11 call renpOa-S
of Italy were u
national hymn of,
by Mrs. Denby. '
paper oi "My Tr
E, expense, the
a most inf
was her portt
Ueats, places, and
M only wonder at,
giation and so tt
one would think
trutb made the ti0
letter by Rev. I.L
trip to Naples, reOa
Red most interuetjli,


1~ m.

ligbtful and r*I ... .
ed by Mrs. Clark. a
SInteresting meuto o 1" P tb.
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McCollum A 0 ',
Catarrh on That
rethe Hyomel ovr 40 'htd
mI embrane, and it.ll the
r, and cure catsl s"
There is no other
I where the germs vie .- 4W
I destroy them. 1 "- I
jad wh. n catarrh -w is

will be no a0
in tChe mornalg;"e
Swill disappear; tb 'W n
I more obnoxious 1 1 mi b
( or sneezing, or hbualli4 S Te,
difficulty in br=at b'II
eeable accesuort
brb will disappear', "*'a I" ta y '
* glow of health will ymk d allgo
m strength and a t tW t ,was5
lbrly used in cooebeU tho t.
Me of catarrh, will i1l~
Mlit and ambtil, W01 abe a
I. healthy, happy *bl ymo0 tl
11w v',.ks. .
I. W McCollum & C0 wtU e 7
omhle.t., HIyomefl oGtt tr 91.0W
is lnclull..s a fine inhalT. a bottle
H ri..i (pronou1ee 'B I- M).n .
i ir.tructions for ue., ghg by
ding druggists ev Ybe. M tra
Wlei -,1 cnts. And bear it f lad,
1 bark if Hyoe! ga1e.
SLM W^ 'Oak Ali '*^

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odom r"

Scr$a da disfigures and
WCong misery.
Chren become strong
and lively when given small

Scolt's Emulsion
every day. The starved body
Is fed; the swollen glands
sealed, and the tainted blood
vialzed. Good food, fresh
akr and Scott's Emulsion
conquer scrofula and many
Other blood diseases.
*-11 ON. ana flmw lid thl P. for our
M M a ChI. ek.
k OiWakN stalm aGood L.ck Penny.
aCOi & DOWN& 40M Pta St. N. Y.


1Ig Daylight Department Store Has
Rare Treat for Patrons.
The tU. W. Hyde department storn
have their announcement in this Iv
sue of their mammoth fall and winter
opening which will occur on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday of the press
ent week, and which will eclipse al.
former events of its kind ever helo
la this city.
, They have taken great time and
gone to much expense to secure th,
services of the very best artists in
their line, and are now ready with
one of the largest and best selected
stocks of millinery and ready-to-wear
goods that was ever placed be-ore
the public in this mammoth depart-
meot store. 0
Hats of the Premier class will be
shown here and all of the ladies of
the city aro urged to attend the
opening these days.

For Chapped Skin.
Chapped skin whether on the hands
face may be cured In on.c night
by applying Chamberlain's Salve. It
is also unequaled for sore nipples.
borns and calls. For sale by all
The want ads. do mnoru real estAtt
Oaslneas than all otbhr brokerH couu
OimG--la tact, they "start" most u
gUt buaaeasob that tk ort.trs uo




At eam w aadld by a COqO I
-m amen dire bream iri a6
pemmad ....
2e., Sfc. and l1.00 Bottles
Sold everywhere.



An Englishman having business in
a certain Danish town arrived at the
railway station, lie inquired of a
group of men standlug near the. way
:to the house he wanted, whereupon
one of them offered to go with him
and show him.
With recollections of what such a
service meant In England he said,
"1I don't want a guide."
"But surely you asked us to show
you the way," said one of them.
"Yes, but I don't want a guide."
"My dear sir, I am not a guide, I
am the bishop."

Mary Garden'a Man.
"I overheard a Russian princess
talking to- him on the moonlight ter-
race," said Mary Garden.
"Do you dance?" ahe said.
"No;" he didn't dance.
"Do you speak French?" "No;" he
only spoke American.
"Do you play bridge?" "No."
"Baloon?" "No."
The princess railed her aristocrat-
Ic eyebrows. "May I ask." shwe aid.
"what you can do?"
"I earn my own living." said the
The princess laughed gayly and ap-
provingly. lie was, and she knew it,
thI only man there who did.


WILCOX. Oct. 19.-\\'. J. Wilson's
mother and sister of Alachua visited
him thi n wk.
Mre. Arthur Chouse in visiting her
father, 1). T. TradAmell. Miss Iva's
many friends were, pleased to see her.
Vir. H Bro'n, rep'rewenting the Drown-
Jenings Hardwood Co. of Oalnesvilll,
was here this week looking after

Dr. W. 1.. lancaster' miu a busl-

ness trip to Bell and Branford this ad
week. He reports the farmers and 4
merchants well pleased with the th
business prospects.
We would like to see one of "Dukes'
Drizzles," or tha" Is. a gentle shower as
without combination of cyclone or
hall, as the gardens and bopgs are not a
doing very well on acouat of the 41
drought. _to_
A little want ad. will aoomplitah
big results. I

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What He Forgot.
Harvey Loomis once went abroad to
study music. He was a young man.
and when, after a two-weeks' voyage,
he landed in France, he was very
He stood it for two days and then
booked his passage on the same ship
and returned to America. When he
rang the bell at his home in Brooklyn
his sister opened the door.
"Why, Harvey!" she exclaimed.
"what is the matter?" "Oh," he ex-
!claimed, innocently, "I forgot my

Not a Guide.

A woman who is sick and sukering and won't t l
try a medicine which has the record ofLydia E. PinkhanmVk
Vegetable Compound, is to blame for er own wrtched4
condition. .
There are literally hundreds of thousands of women In >
the United States who have been benefited by thih famous
old remedy, which was produced from roots and he*s over
thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman% astering m
Read what these women say:

- Mns J. P. a4ltehlk 5. B ). U, r* w.i
Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we pu
liph are geutine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia
Pinkhamns Vegetable Compound w ad the virtue to help
these women it will help any other woman who s suffer-
ing from the same trouble.

Vow 8o iws Ldas Pluhhadjm Vmwto
poa4ha ~n UOW stamdytu u [or4

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mnular the heirf of Thom a Re". -. mef i l o g- Iil
en,,sed, and an perasos interested Thy atm I te t
kereln, that the underselged will. on I M m P. a nari me &p
Ie lth day of November. A. D. 10,. mat Me ofe "
sk for an order coalrruing the stlee
ade by the said M. W. Roe under HMe G CAPUM NI CMs "- M $ m.*
e order of this court tad. oe the 's
ih day of October, A. D. 10. and A00e I eryoMv He daiS b. Travers'
sk hor an order oomslatar the atdsa eu4u We nd ahe fro Orlp. ftom
Sthe purehamrs., W. ROs s k 0rnteM W r msbo tsMbM.
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