Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01273
 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 22, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01273
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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ALIVE OAK, Oct. l.--cores of Con- TION OF U DOFFI
federate veterans from various se-"
tons of Florida, together with their
toiConvictedJoiWi n attendance upon a two-days' sea.
Sf W C Selrioarn of the nineteenth annual reunion
f othe Florida Dof the Unite
.We.r C. Sell sl a of the United
SRobert J. Magill ed at- the ope-
rt are true uam county was secured with little ing session at whl cordial addresses HOUSTON. Tex.. Oct. 1-Politless te tat of lnitols h vetI
Vbo with D. I l W !difficulty and the trial proceeded, of greeting were delvered. The town erpt Into yesterday's SiMls o the stei a1 t tWO l W-,aveUt-. t t
at a special lasting one week. is profusely decora In honor of annual convention of the Valted lIn the tll vol estnuth eof t0he e
woart in P11aa1t 1 Kelley and Davidson were arraigned the visitors and lesndid entertain. Daughterm of the Oonfederaey. veatio 1AI4.3
al Agent W. *' and tried Jointly for this offence, and meant has been provided for them. the preliminary skirmib for prospeo* At e Hc l Gotel. the a haiq ,
c Coast Line at many witnesses were examined," both lwe new general offoier began. A e .te OOaveallo. a eein O tl MI a
sentenced to lffe* tot the state and defense, resulting SPED PRISONER T vargSene of views developed when Mn*. ArtittIes M Miment A lt I- wM s
labor, has mad4e Onally in a verdict of guilty of mur- I L. W. Kline, bhraan ofd l the alesa .h Te poret s*h ow ,
to the authorItiitg! der in the first degree, with a recom- JAIL 11 AUTOMOILS. committee. Submitted a rle prevMldag lllM i h4 Ips lof I
affidavit, in w mondatlon of the mercy of the court. for the election by ballot of all ge* ie U wh* tol arged h i 't'
gDnpletely e l avidson Exonerated in Court. PENSACOLA, Oo1o 21.-Only quiok erst ooicers. whe e thor to more the bueiIg ofthe aI oment to to Cor "
That DaT I It will also be remembered that, work on the part o two deputy pre. o ne candidate for the ofice. a flo .U
with the murndlrk it just prior to being sentenced, Kelley vented the lynching yesterday morn- The advocates of the secret tleot M N MI a i
vidson) knew rIt h ceated a mild sensation in the court Ing of Robert Btewart, a negro who were defeated, and the *Ite9l"1o iliA oW p w a Itei
t the crime, room by declaring that Davidson was had cut thb throat at Walter Hall, a be by viva vome vote a the e by V= oftAw -~ aa theB &
alone was the Jl ent of the crime. When com- white boy, at C*nmta a small town state. 'Although the georal lee 011 ,des a t lo wi KYt, 41 iE :
endeath aaded to rime, both stood up. When ten miles north of here. ton will not be hold until r riday, tlhe Sl IW Wr t d th
is the remor u mor.-s. e 9 h- asked by the court if he had anything The deputies had arrested thelt las t day of the oamvestiom. efforts a o leat workers of the o anmIeNea
and the l~i~l say why the sentence of the law man and were taktaH him to the rail- being made to prepare the late. When the telerlr was reLd,' t
mde this aIa should not be passed upon him, Kel. road station. A mob 91 men were sees Among those mentioned for proel. qg Ibes stood with bowed heds
source. hey unhesitatingly said: "As for my- coming for the negre. and the depe- dent-general are Mrs. Virginia Me t k their sorrow
will be remember i Iself,. I have nothing to say; but as for ties at once pushed aim into an auto- Sherry of West Virginia, Mrs. John O Grad otsa wa asrosed when
ts applied ft .i 111 D. 1M. Davidson, I will say truthfully mobile. Into which they clambered, P. Hiekman of Tennessee and Mrs. J, s ..y l l tol. te
i from Alachuato ugsty, that he is as innocent as any man and started the macblia at full speed W. Palson of North Carolina. Th t heof I--- timheso"
the ground th it be.- within the hearing of my voice." for Pensacola. Thoy -kept up a high latter la regarded as a very str volt io plt m* to 1idel these t "
they could tl But this did not affect the verdict speed until they reseed the meiam- possibility. o the gts of the Oofedee
This request' of the jury, and both men were sent- bin county jail. Reports of the general offlors were to the d -e thJe" iter d
Atl term of the on eced in accordance with the verdict. Young Hall was t upon by the submitted yesterday. the report of Dat o tO el to the Chbe l
for Putnam %M q F Immediately after the sentence was negro for some unkiwu -e President-O neral Stone Ibetg the Jobs tk Mhe Ca
ai in bounced. Attorney .1. N. Stripling - -- more important. Seveoi ammeinents i
CALF WITH TWO HADSI to the bylaws were made, neo provide. Memorial swviese for member who
AT T AT ?A AHnML n that be office of retrar-gen. bad 4ied durna the year were he.ld
*||,,,1 t fcLATEST AT TALLAMASSEM. C"lMopa tn Va., Y4 1.: 1 |j
ardiKII ~ -- because the regsta staintai theo The question of 4*i lna a 4mede
STALLAHASSaE. Oot. 31.-"Have records penaaetly bpt la the for a 40Mond1t for the statue to th
.ou c>n the two-'Jl.ded call?" Is th* Confederate museum at that place, women of the South will seon* sp ,
1aluitation taking the place this mon Another ehaae was made., giviSng ln the seMiIon.
? S tw nn l In g of the usual "Hello!" greeting be-
s n Al Natween friends and acquatanee la. '
.*ff Ae -A y Tallahansee. and the back yard of
AIIUI SEE P Ir..- ru te oe tmeanMartin Sauls of Magnollsa Heights, a Ca g
A oI Its1SEEi,"o .. requJcaree the whole tntionmeo and cnursItant suburb of the city. Is the mecea of a
t C ntisl care and attntlon of nurontinuous str, eam of imople going o ut .
iors h-t Tu'es A l to would respectfully ask that the board .to se the a ond ue o or.
ielr ,th contehnj,, re. would make sonme ruling d,.fliniel, Y The calf wat born Tuesday and Is
ed t, th.m h r r. fixing the llnit f ag.. t.r. 9i( rnltendt gt, these Infant., whleh cn I.e ,nt t forind, except that it has two heads, *
ita1 for the I a the several county Judges and shIriff ach wrfectly equiuled with all the
adi 'd the d hbe 'had of the St c in cirulaar forui, ti l .natures and beloighigs of a Normal Ne W YORK. Oct. 21.-A new I'truk & Cleardeld ratlread fIe W
'lnd t re, ive Intot t l- a avoiding similar action and saving ix T al. It has. h,~ vr. only one lto from New York to Chicago under post, whee the I*di r'ain-1i Id
year,, child cond by theo pense in the fututr.." ,,ihal, but that issue. Imlpatlally from the Joint Inlure of the New Yorlk He temiu in th PeStl lsrl
r .lakI C o a. 1'The In reply a htter .as authoriz d ratkn ,,srm I Jdl ll r s r I the vgy
l u, idiot, pr~ by the board and lent In thlit m tall to .. ...... tentrsl a Reali ite rest has eat f 1 th ll oH tr, 8 Ashtabeila
a* u k of splI6 a, Mr. Whitner, by Ste.'tary Whitfhle.. or the defenMe filed sotire of maotiob 'onc' llnto ugs uqpir the wvery ee on the Male f the Lake hore Mad
, ;. weeks o v. l. Wht- from which the followIng Ie an ex- for a ,ew trial, whh s was denial, at f e the Pennsylvsnh ratlroad, sad now la Oeis. between Cteveland a1a the
I a, i.objee ,g r o e ery t: ter which the cam a. t. in to th '.-r. substantial pro.ports of eo s eleasylvtalst border. The Madi Su.e ,
th r, Il that It Was a that -At a meeting of the Board of ('or- suireine court. where It now reels. .In pititiOl wii thel Peasn ylvalna over a coa thte the eMbaelle late Cb '
I 0, hting laws tibe a nalissloners of State Infltuti"o5- held the meantime both mset- have ea low-.grde route even shorter lthai he go, and Ithe Reeding It41 New Tw( .
for I the county anaiat a a hie. this morning, your ktter of the- l:th co.n.ed in the Putm.;n county jail. m Iai lit 4 of theKeys ate aystem a4nd Pmaaylvalas.n Th MIaetI "
ins.0 hast. relative to the young child co:n through Ptuubrg. A monetlea for red fvgB Aahtabula to Frashits s as
1 earr.,Utly dealre th I a~ t of fitted to the hospital from Taylor A Cae of Romnfle. the Vanderdtlt rulad with Phiead* oid brae1 h of she ld e SA re W i
Sbnre1 i i the actot I t ita county was p e aned i and It wa or Th.is case. has I.... full of romance phia lh also a Isrt of Ibe ,11WII. 1 Ba loe handled Intrais !Ue li
5 thb i allowed atf y igg 1el diat your action in this mat. -nd semnation frur. I .sinatblg to ahe reo lples this prospeUrJV loSwiisSt at PrIaaklin sad Oi1 City. raim fiM
P lbyi thise a hLM I sn torbe submitted to the Attc.ray-<., Ir<' t ti.. Aftr c mBe bad bt the territory olss romaidefod wud |, to CearAeM. a ditae 1.i tW
*tm'ua by Idll ti tM. ar the oral with request that be prrc;ar -- ,,v'it.d and .ers,.' .,d for lfe., l av othe through bsalntes of the Peas. mie. it h a ese of mew am ii i, g lg.
*. whichh e proper ci ercular letter to be transmit. Ideon was married in prtf to a sylv.ui roa sad at CIle41ar1sI euuea Ig ,
1 aid ho toS2 2i to the coasty lj1dge and sherifs g< l .o came all th& way fro" Way The new Nae found Is es1Ctme of the New ark Ceetral agn m.
I o t as ta 0 w T. W IT1'ILD." eomaadenee ito his Innt5e eve at etiiy owY the Jaas w. f-a-liS EOaale.ti an Pi 9 "
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0 tho" i la stht. Oettmg insa
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s"eede weor Tery weplumed.s
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toamazea I worthy a tatrbome.
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admlaslcam bef 26, U ,Md SOests
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three nights, thattt
drama. "'Wymab," WOL.

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Ing Gathering of Women
.V at MHome of Mrs. Deland.
Mothers' Meeting held at the
-" iN t home of Mrs. Deland was
S NION ~of the many pleasant and in-
SAT MODP tg meetings held by these earn-
C T. U. mothers who are try-
-bard to make the future of the
.f or -cents a generatiou favorable to right
f Quality, Was by removing from their path-
d by Savannahb the awful evil that wrecks so
'- program was in cmiaie of Mrs.
Sthe largest an4d clutch, and was both interesting
* sales record helpful, as it took up the broad
r the season of "The Child in the Homen
two or the School; What Shall We Do
Sthe Farmer' Him?"
b parties a P -meeting was opened with a
the fleecy ian by all present. Mrs. Futch
M cents a p01 [k+red the third chapter of Collos-
|a average followed with a prayer by Mrs.
1 the bale, it after which the following
This sale al was carried out:
Ssum--profl-c-Piano duet by Mrs. Ruby
s paid Prott and Bernice Deland.
whlch natul r prepared by Mrs. Evans, "The
the grower laIn the Home and What Shall
d the result O Do With Him?" This Is a subject
interests of IHtl interest, for it ise in the home
ely since the>I t heny are to get their first im.
4. 8 whether for good or ill.
powers who al some of the many good
earners' Unl-it ta .she advanced were: First,
their cotton, io know the nature and tempera-
g and agre of your children, and work ac-
ad they were t Strive to teach yqur chll.
re were three to love the best In literature and
ab market, To have a love 'for books of
ras lively, Mll or lives of the good and great,
socked down II- t of men and women. Try to find
regardle s eO"r child's ambition when he is
at first as s teens. Make your own life
bales, but b that it will bare the limelight
Ire said to ha 4of osmr child's sharp eyes.
mt of price, duet. "Somebody's Praying
t one hundreT Y ou"-Mlsses Nataline henne-
there have bwl and Bernice Deland.
quence in 'i er, by Mrs. Dr. Spencer, "The
was the fArmg' hUd in the School." She spoke
he Farmers' Is benefit the kindergarten wasd
of blysuch tim a he little ones, and as they got old-
probably the -I # and entered the public school how
be season in t ry It was that they have well-
I:it l i d and ventilated school rooms
A Banquet it they do good work, also that many
some physical defect kept the
before you a fr6m doing its best.
,ou couldn't l .i.PitWno solo, Miss Alolee Douglass.
dsstomachhild VM lm; Padgett read a very fine article
It' stomach taItled, "The Mother and the I'ublic
T t'cross, theO sl." showing how needful It is
ite's Creaj iAt the mother interest herself in
the worms g that the school is both av
lid Sold br le and sanitary place, advis-
that mothers have a place oil tile
liq board.
SM, t ,rs O. B. Bailey read a paper on
P..' t,1 Wve-ry important subject, "Tact in f
F l Home." How mucli good a tact- t
| I mother can accomplish, how man) a
Fu lpleasantnes'es avert. Tact can in- l
1 deed .do wonders in keeping children
S where you want thom..
O Plaao doet-Little Misses Maurine L
basm Oladys Gracy.
At the close of the program Mrs. I1
1 L,. Sandborn, president of the W. hi
Q 4.0 T. U.. gave some encouraging n
m a c a, wa to the union by telling some o
l-ast w" ^Ef tat she had gleaned about the work "
SNorth this summer, among t
W i h abe told of one of the biglsat d
IM w ries in Milwaukee that used to &
of our U every day and night of the week.
fo t*I e..n!l3yw run s three daya and nights,: a
,0f t t lar e sheds filled with fxtures ,*
k ad et5 II gone out of commission. ,
wee1thisH la one of our clltcA where
)a t ed for ItS breweriest tl
)me! hawmees Deland, A. W. Taylor and f,
011 y .w re O eon mittee ror re-
as, and served cakes and
e ~cawhich re' relreahing and
th visiting part of the meeting T
y lavite all who feel
Sm of latcreit the _ol


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Food Purity is of great importance in every well-regula


The woman who fries or shortest her family's food
cause she is unaware of the ill effects which may come of i. *.
has been, never can be, as healthful as food cooked with Cott wI. 3
the products will teach you this.

Lard is made from hog fat and what assurance haveyou that the ara
infection, or disease germs? "On the other hand, Cnmse comes from t1i
of the Sunny South, and is made from the purest refined cottonseed oil,-t
cians to-day recommend as being fully as healthful as olive oil.

I .J.uw ir s LicAlan pure, aUm muaes aigc UimiW nou ing rdou.
It has been recommended by physicians generally for the building
up of patients whose bodies contain tuberculosis germs. Can you
imagine hog lard being recommended for such a purpose?

COTTOaENE isWW nw .... N w
not plMtd, dr hvluing giva t a W.

fr= cachiJ t and aodeis du aA, ei. Oe.

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History of Club of Yeeng Ladlee-OM
cars Elected for Term.
Realizing the pleasures and benefits
derived from club life, several of
Gainesville's most popular young la-
dies organized a local fraternity to
Lb known as Alpha Chapter of Alpha
Delta Tau. It was organized In Oe
tober, 1I08, with eight charter moea*
Lrv Misses Pearl Colson, Alma P e-
tell, Marion Futch, Irene McCreary,
Belle Sadh r. Leonora Vidal. Loul s
Walker, and Pearl Whetstone.
The meetings were held the first
and third Wednesdays in every month
at their Club rojiu, 03i M. LIberty
St re tl.
In February three new Mebers
were Initiated into )Lh serets of the
organilzatloin-Mlses AnAhile Canb O,
lMary Medlin, and Charlot te keurt.
The Alpha Delta Tans woe th
hostemse' at Mhveral dellghtlti, social
functions. Durtig the wilAt' motU
hle meetings were both lutereltlt
and profitable, but wheI sO11Ume
ane t(he business was dispeSe
with and the club enjoyed sootOl el s
ings with different onos of Its no*

On October 6. 19)09, tl Ar1t regular
utilnes meeting for the al aMg rs
held at the club room (u Mbre Wed*
eday the first animul elfei of
ilcers was held. .;Is W60u496
ras made president foer the e*ssalg
err. Miss Irene Mr'Cr,*arL vl&W*ai.-
eit, Miss Belle Sadler secretary, Mad
lies Mary Medlln Ir;esurfer.
The club has the h,*ofr Of ha
s honorary members Mrs. M IL. M
r.ar,'. Mrs. Jack iall* sd Mrs. $.
-. Walker.
The meetings are heid Augnr tb
he club room and mus h wll be de4*
or the bnatfit of Alpha D11s TaT.
'his Event Pree Very Pepler Md
Presetbl to owe La e,
The apemala display "f the IN W O
ty;es at the big Wll s0 glMre .4e
mare of adftratleim sa de t1
lmtlred of woRm. Met :,ad to
a&lmsye. bt thrainsh the ti
p, who tbhreegd tlbs g'st
nmlag ts ae elo4I" d Ma IT.
, toW m ew ,ue ,g
aim trim to MAd I. Js<-

tsedto mi0bey OWisad r
- *0 t* dielay erg
s -e of he -m dl MW

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eStablowshe arpqstatle o ewd Ito
sMae In theoStat.MsWdsubh an iauU
tIAotl asM wudbe a "kedWSWt A Vysi
of mnh ab gew popeboatl.
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a bemsa eLab. leSb odaiekr develoOp td~ Mi silat U, w n et lte, art, be wlosi sad Is anplet th bostbto
ma s *ooa. efot to l*f the bopt WWy 01 MAWe a t'01111" of W If"& wallds w
s0 Rwubaer for habe. !, premirn. to Vew Ior for a 'W O I e ~t o m wotr l -M

IU'P. laln trlet, 8. Telephone bein o el depedet on ood, of w olot fs Ito rwido t CHILL
s m ar be strong and vl~ous, or wmk tvemi a the tr Iwiti Of le a
4; Delaly uan, published Wevr 'm aiin to the fo an 100 a 8 gly Miami at that tlat e -
Ort, oa i, elq vf Ws ito plepartlaon, is flllin a po6r sa- bet a sIoIo drnabe ottle
tate6, poetgse fee, r ib te only by the abwhty to mentally etrut in the S4te. Ts ceate So
at: month $Is, t81 a i w a morally tratn her fally aright. Ir't mhu an te S Uet'
oi. l os b ati others a rtU wr A th r.:t the .t
dipr oti an Imn m ture, but It Is mor beautiful, more thW W Mit foot of hCf ..
r~ l-1 00"tfROsOe M 0f help tol and far-reachinp to give to wth am
So ad e the woerd a family posideing bright, whole d.f . overo oth -. -
mown on ppisotUMa. discriminating minds in sound, wof I 4urw ce 4roat W a1 t IOft"S

Se, evy Me ti will keep them on the ide of h
,n THerW eI e right an Juatloe. and whose ChrisUa te kt the ras T
o e, id traiorin win aine thom to helpful suit ot t weemt m as ......"at

adertlsIngl bills koo o duo m One betatifuil home In a nolWhbor- farmer f gt growers. ."rd i. .
00t ... +. ,.,+., op e ^.,Uo.1 s o A2 0.. ad
nald t whood will awaken emuatlion, resultrg face d been largely the ti to.FSPP
etplateptd a contract, Parties dn the improvemaent of each boe's o forw raiN d development of
us I Ibe reuiea to S surroundings. One church ter i and oo__."_

,, baZii SU be a Impetus to an others, and all A *peBHist In cotton eMtlmates the
boths thos will strengthen thea6ove co-ag Pr'6 takingS as 0epr aite or Prces, Terms, Et,
.ark says ,bt tr of eaisstry lik sad hp see it e w*th last year's a follows: -Apdrts Sg MA
Mibs a his country. C eInsg beit yanO people on the farD 7,50 00 les, against 54 al 4 C VIS U.
E saud that he Is that li one of What aer fritful seeur than thl u y ur o F M tm 34'. 5 ".04 West Bay St.
s pflments thltltant cptid Mn be deltd?-Mrt. C. 1. Ebvert, t ." 0 a 1 NVILLE, m reA kO f.,
S t or and Inte oe of its Raleih (4. C.) Proresslve me t o,l ,W. at Yet DENHAM, Agent
be n rlrceas Aistmning thatth asive

Rae tor" Judeg W. 8. Bullock retired yeste p uip1 oentrlbute d101 "e 40' -: . -
SThse se mntime al ad I advised day from Tavares, where he held p e tOl wa, 11,550,000 bal "t of .. *
German girls who wanted to marry court pe said from the sl-e of thi the IM4 entimatd, tmre wo.d.
ignorant and selnbarbarous AMrl. docket he thought it would take two ran the m WW baies to hoee M -1
op ohlefs and prlnoes are IOao poel. weeks to try all the eases. There were the re er that may be held In the
ties to deride American girls, who thirteen case tried. MVery witness coton be. Steadily Idvaelnas prlcee S
akea after Chinese husbands. summoned we one hand, with all the hlav probb tered up t of this .....
attorneys In the cases. Every accused n ......S.- -:
very man should hve' a threefold wa convicted, and thdooket cleared.
abltlion-that of Iaknlo a real su- It so Impressed the Judle that he will Why i It that one town stagates
,ebs of his life, of advancing the well- copUnemorate the unuasal prooeediage an d is o I le while another nearby f u f0 UL0.O. ld. nd l-
.elp| of the place In which be llve4, by tabulating the event and h an d with no natur-l .advuatPes of av Ml eld and lo-
aM the cheerful perforlmaie of his sare up in every court room In his poltion g es .steadily ahea la'ereas- *O*-;.. *........... 10:1011
ddtles as a citisen of hil country. circuit, so that other may do like g tIn popelatieon and prosperity? The arv ......... 4:25 p I
wie.-cal Star. n oh when, cause are not hard to fnd. The firat ....... .
s ch l m a r .,w oh.8 . Ott Pa,
England has Just launched another will The un be able to record such town n l Milled by selshaeas, la. *e Peh
dreadnauht whloh Is said to be "the a condition of the docket of the court terpi ard operationn, $ a m o de
bet ever." Oermany will probably re In Alachua county? "wvery witanee ad taotonal feeling. Th ike other pro OS An U pOin orth 6:00pl
pend with another ship at the earUeet ammoned was on hand with all the P bee of vi pride-d Bt in pariv iI
possible moment. In the meantime attormeyr In the cases." Wouldn't loyalty. Its cetlapa.a r ,ate-rilag ..._" ....... _.
the people foot the bills and staerw that be a pleasain announcem*et for ed fta0las, and work to ether .
uader the Increased taxatloa. you to be able to make, Judge Wilis? With en r nd areamony Sch a I r a, Traffic M'r.
1 But we fear It will not hi durint your spirit wilM Batss apiet to5a
If the people who would "sit and time as Jude, unless you "put h tOw11 00
alan themselves away to everladtlag Scr w'" to the lawyer! and witne&J sses. of '' 'i "
bliss" would only have as strong a mpearfebt O atle0 .'
wlas to remaa here sad put a little 'iespasling upon railway teraoks ei less nutrition ad Ia qae e.
m everyday blLs Into the lives of h cost te lives- of 47,41 persona quene leas vtay. Whea the Sver
other, their own chance of future as in the United States In, tn years. falls to seerete bil, the Mood becomes, .9
well as prmeaet bliss would'be In- This is the form of aiodent In which, loaded with blltow properties, tha dl.
reased a thousandfula. mileage consdered. Amerlen, raU- geetl becomes and the
-- roads compare most unfavorably with bowels constlpated. Harblne wUl
The fall run of mackerel along the tho of r and whe th o d whre su c-tr w tfy this; it Ive tonetoon the ta
Nova Sootia coast le the greatest In pus Is prevented. The Penasylvaanl ach, liver and kidaeyu, streagtheau the f
Sharvest. It Ia estimated that within to prevent trwepas, Is meeIntli with oleOn, tfuses new. life ad vior to 111 11 1 11
the past few days 300,000 lAsh have oppiton 10 rutatl cotmh ua Po- tie whole system 150 centp a botts A h A I
been taken. The mackerel are all orl I of elisr Oiatm ) ya. pro- loM by W. M. Jqha ,
vry larpe. About 16.000 ash have test that the ra.road ib Rtvl lag .....*ee.- n
bee abipped In Ice to lBoston from tramps w rill nts property 4yt e sem The want ads. wse rt'eal estate Cao j |
ullUx. upon the farms and .: t mn ^a e, e tha a Uher brokers e ,l
i '"w here they are robbing. editofthge a ti atk. ta "atarit" meyt Pltat
murder and *- In. buminmcunt? det ailedVAV# -tAwI W .-- o n +o +, = 0

months ao New York prepare. q. ad ,s. ,- Fot rt .Mlon, ft, +ehduleo and res-
e for the aorst Ares whitoh annually "e_'_was _onbuwihhe oe"_fcv Tcn0err
allow the appearance of fall and gun-. .'" 960 yet A nt,
with telephone connection. on several t af ralIntwtcount fr o y berdA. Wn FRITOT, .1 o STAR ,
peaks In the Adirondacks. New Hamp- ctallnard Oge lt Iht a dl by the t borw- l * s f .A Ment,
hire now follows sut. with Bllght c al ntFo Vt eryw the -wiUw D . ,Pst lss.A t
variation. In her "Afre Coontrol" dtaionslo w on t* gron ttd whoever g A,
oMn metal veasw. ydo e e vitsg efr wl a d ul th. meritstn I I.
m -, of the case wudM aot he *eseted. ** i
A gentleman who live I a 1 co. tootas as thi German
*rete house at Pabto Beeah depurties mtr. They are miad to pn alw tacks
the w eeg ssointoy his oam isly en nste vs- ore s oese I ll *o
1r how harsh the wand blew. there ,ied-St a t O.n I S E A
ed dau rnths 1e reseat storm as aMfore me icm. ," e tDAeromel k a
raounting almost to lexury. No mat. .._____ _.bw

was not a tremor stteshle tn the m --e *
cc than any other eamtrmstbM dur in a e er 'e emawmal dase. em l mmd
-g the warm weather. and warmer S ,st n s utVAW, L OUM*A. e
lhe e It has turned .oeL-t-imeeUa. 1 e *" e"a.*1
Ila Shor TT lho"ul Ii i iInb -a i i 1
mm the Mesb ad se91" m-al..
At a hetely at Murrosble.. Pa* Aes l ___ aare is set
Ne't I*e by Pittsbrg ehhabd a L Qua NU ThIspeosem
toe lt the vata eoG a poeeel t tthe |y -b O the .t S hA N W I
,- o ..~R Parw s t hr yesam n s. .. 6I ...EATI
do"el ftom 1" m ael Tio do- I eeit pltI st he
-- ----to-that* a bat ..I.. a... a t. -MATI
e *a. and the be st =eaof et bhat MO Meed pmuias. ru1
&Wd $tMUM SW arbe bent amee mm he me se eurse the oacfist
k same ONLY LI 'Bpers

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p grove at LS l

,anex to the pI
Jneas being, i

, Bowling Grea .
,ted to amount

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under the
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eat J. I Ha
rilgs Bauk. ayd
ill o;;en a braA1u L
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II korean of
" ill Tuesday. '*."
called to takp his.

le bu!Wding trades
American Federaeti 4
gcciuded the w9
which was held li .

. p. GcnoWar an .ll of
Augustine have a&O I P S
grove at Bayard. .o
bearing trees #a ....
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rriy Hawkinsa .i ":..
alb a freshmal.f
erity tEam at tlh l
louth at Sewalo. ws y
F. O'Berry has beepO *rp .."*
from Kissil has;
tizx acres and the fmt a
it for an unusually.J5it this

cy's new hotel ,4I w aie bq*
c Is progressbing erlpdly.
nctor Davis exprT .' St
try much pleased wi be Pt l
made so far.

r turpentine operate -aIe BOW.
a; thi!r ninth anI. o" Id
onvill,. Hundredft. ,.'3 naval
oi r:' rs from MIl pat4 the
Sar- ,n attendanes.-, -

Shandsome Y. K. ( bd
eonville was deb f....
Interesting exerec held
here was "open hau b ls 1S,~
tors and for inspeetli.

. W. A. flount *, iSOCoeS
uried to his hos *,a -
tour of the Stat
elf a. highly g W
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BCGROW HAIR '^o.. 6F mill X1111fiH
----- Big Hyde Store Thronged With Wo-'
brtaln Ingredients if Properly Com. men on th% Opening Day. You Will Make No Mistake f You
Follow This Advies
bined, Stimulate Human Hair The first, or opening day, of the Nev' egteet your kidneys.
Sfall showing of the Hyde Co., which y vthebackr
Growth. occurred Thursday, was an event of / e n a the back,
much interest in Gainesville, as the l atin.. d n.r
Resorein is one of the most effect- women thronged the store from early essow iet's time to act and no tlmel "
lyve germ destroyers ever discovered. morning until closing time searching to epirlmet rtrbese are all symp *
Beta-naphthol is a most powerful, yet for bargains, and viewing the magnilfi seek ready which e known toV o
absolutely safe germicide and anti- cent display at this store. a kidney M
septic, which prevents development of There was much to interest the Sao l's Kdne PIlls i the rm '
germ matter, and creates a clean, ladies upon this occasion, and they to nus. No niel to exmment. It -
healthy condition. drank in the pretty things on displayhacemnsbr Cams 1i
Philocarpine, although not a color- with the enthusiasm of a small boy this vieialty, vn
!ng matter or dye, i an ingredient taking in the sights of a menagarle-- C aeshmvle residents demanlad
wellU established for its power to re only it was a ditbrent kind of an on- rtherproot "a thanUt Contatien "to
,ore natural color to human hair. thusiasm. Down stairs there wab theo pllowivgft n ti ntlain e
Borax, because of its well-define< plenty of fine things 'In dry gooda- Otcaw Ostermans Of tar, PI, TO K
softening and cleansing properties, I dress goods. silks, cotton goods, no
sgays: "I stye Doman'aKldua yPilu

most useful in the treatment of scall tions, etc., while on the second oor my highest recommendatlm as they And yo wouldn't elero If
and hair diseases. Glycerine acts a; : feast of good things was in store for proved of more benSt to me than a oly ask y poe to brad
a stimulant to the hair bulbs, and ha. those who attended the opening. other remedy I had previously usd, by the Keystne Skef. 3o tl
a soothing, healing and nourishing Among the most noticeable of the I sufred from kdney trouble fr your groeer doesn't try to ad
Influence. Alcohol s1 Indispensable iu many handsome things on display in l me time. The kidney Moretoq somethlg "Jt a good."-
sdielne because of its antiseptic. the millinery department was an au- were too frequent in passage ad I Hae our was stop at ya hom
tUiulating and preservative qualities, tomobile bonnet, something of the was forced to arise from six to eight daily and be istUsoed
* Rexall "93" Hair Tonic Is chiefly very latest. This bonnet was of tin during the nlghL I also had K -AKMY
composed of these ingredients, which 'hamois skin, trimmed with black el- backache and was bothered by a pain tpol eT R, T ShSfo Ptp
are compounded In a peculiar for:n vet and wings, and was admired by thr h my loin. I finally procured IpII* nolll"1-6.
and we believe It is the most effective ,very lady visiting the place, whether Dean's Kidney Pills and they soon CLwi nN s
remedy known to medical science for interested in automobiles or not. helped me. By the time I had takes
scalp and hair troubles generally. We another great attraction was a large the contents of two boxes, the back- VC diNW
personally guarantee it to eradicate black velvet Neapollent, which was ache and pains entirely disappear- 11111 uA u1 n I uui
dandruff and scalp Irritations and to faced with gold and trimmed with a ed and the passages o the kidey
grow hair, even though the scalp i& gorgeous willow plume. In fact, there secretion soon became regular. I
apots Is bare of haIi, providing of ,vere many creations new and unique, pow fel fifty per ceat better than The time is New.
course there is life and vitality re- all of which commanded the attention befor t a o a tla ." Tt he ~ Is I* % W. Main 1tq N,- .
making In the hair roots. Af those who attended this grand For sale by all deers PriTe The price 0 reoslo
We want everyone troubled with opening eants. Poster.illbern Co., RuBl, The woreek s guaranteed
soalp disease, dandruff or loss of hair The opening will continue today New York, ole agatas for t h Untd The Help i ielntet.
to- try Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. If it and tomorrow, and a'eordial Invita tonb the name--Doan'and Te M 4.
does not remove dandruff and pro. is extended to all. tk e other.
mote a growth of hair to the satis- KOMI KLItAN KLVL
laotlon of the user, we will without Death of Mrs. Birdsong. A Kitchen Marty. We work for whit- Oily.
question or quibble return every cent Mrs. R. P. Gonse has received the Mve1 the kiteben con boost Its
paid us for It. This guarantee is t information of the death of her martyred Chief anmuog their was '*A H. o IF Y
printed on every package. It has ef- step-daughter, Mrs. George W. Bird- tel. the abler cook of Caonde, who rl *.s
footed most satisfactory results i)n 9 song. which occurred at LaGrange, himself thr"igh the ht urt with I
sword b.'aum' the firth had not aor PRjNP. ,e
out oLOO0 cases where put to .a practi- Oa.. Tuesday. rd w f i ha w t hich 41
A "rived lo nlow for a Iatiquek whkih 01,
cal test. Mrs. Birdsong will be remembered master Wal itn .'IiI.m XIV. atel'r FURNITIURE DEAL
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is entirely as Miss Julia Geos. She was virtual, panreyric Is to bp ftoud I-lbhe COl
unlike and in every particular differ- ly reared here, and her numerous ending volume of the "Almeaseb doe 4 ....
eat from anything else we know of friends will regret to learn of her Gourmands:" "fo wobic i dothb i r r
for the purpose for which it I% reconi- death. stress yon. reo.rable shade, thel o l ost *a BM e.I A I.
mended. We urge you to try It at our The sympathy of the community is irlortoni Immortallly! YVou hve proved -nd Unpetking ofl urailtun, by
entire risk. Certainly we could off r extended Mrs. (loss and family In thl Cthat the finatlelpit of h,",r C"n ello t ( oaiWst M1ao. : : I 1 .
no better guarantee. Two sizes. 50 rad hour of bereavement. In the kitchen a i .el n inA the-, .
cents and $1.00. Sold in Gaine 'vill," and tIhaI l e #lilt :.:AO sauti,-, A O.
unty at our st&c-The lTe'al Store TY COBB ARRAIQNbD* D'un. .Dte21 tWest MN St, 1, IFe
J. W. McCollum & Co. *-A0_. O -
'' -- CIEVELAND. Ohio, OeL 2I.-Ty "ifMtly CCalder With Snew. 6 *. We. DAVEPR
the United States Senate in those Fee- Cobb, the Detroit baseball star, .ur- We you see thai kind of 1voe'h
tons which be visited. rendered himself yesterday and wa s you know that rLeat. N
Arraigned on charges'of stabbing a weather in at hand flot readtty ft
The Miami bletropnols pent a yacht night watchman in tbh. Euclid Hotelit now by etUaIn at bo 0t oe tallard' 1
to the scene of destruction on the low- six wpeks ago. oowbymet nt thine aade R
r Bast Coast to gpt exact and rell- Cobb was released on AVe hundred for rwheUimatl. ehlblats. frost bite, 1
able news of the great disaster, for dollar ball. The trial will occur on sore amd sti jolate a n ad els., all mates arnihed e-- ad A
which It deserves great praise. November 2nd. aches and palos. 25, S oe sad $1.00 8 Wo
-- . .bottle. oldM by W. M. Johnoms. Il tm'm. Ajdasg
Tuen $ ht the Junaor Ptudents SUPPFFERING ENDOED. asoftu -i-- iSas taPlw0s. GAn zW aS
eand buasthes-boy members of the ..--& I mal II -
Toung Men's Christian Association of J. W. MoCellun A C ell the Re a
Jacksonville were tendered a comply. That Cred ten h T-8 11611
mentary dinner and Bible study rally. ., o 14 a r

A very handsome Confederate mos- And beet of all they guarantee It D r W al o
uap et has been erected In Live Oak. to cure you pR, money back. Rend
It was built on account of the reunion this: 5.,,
which is being held there. Capt. W. "I have been a great 61erer for
i. Hillman had It erected and paid 14 years; everything ate gave me D E N T IS T
for it out of bli own poCket. heartburn. I ave never bees able
to get anythl that would give Sm
The Rollins College football elevw anmy relief until a friend of1 mine 110lnit-
met the Winter Haven Greys on the ed on my takingNio I otookae Wont bine lurd la1 the puvebae
. rdron last Satlurday for the -ent box and I believe I a1 tirelty IS es f real estate by thI agsrtGlmam
Rollas gridiron last altrday for the weL"--. Bryat. New as. O.. of the sller that the title I sheap ad
ended with Rollins scoring June U1. pefetly ,ud .s o np a -- I U I -
twouty4w to th. vialtor' nothing. sIO4AM is not a n 6 strm; it Is e street.tok
-tprescription of a oelebratoed po yss Wib thiOt yeull be able to 0d6P for
o emersta eb a i to who b5is a speclmit ln stsetb dir ye5growf to aJl0ky @ the tlit-
mew jewrs Temple in Ja eae-s m .b mjust what ow'm pttg per
Mt Tw Jewdi Tosple isl Oe eter wM eaOnesdllowrt M" nb Ja ia111 i. o
w6ithtb frost sAt. i st sed eapg befrom as aseble m ete

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teo lt a UMtr ow.T They mt ile a O ta011st 1, ,g aA M

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WE- I3- two ~1
snOlmaha bnk4S NEY-AT-LAW,

thatthie roftha w"'L M" INCHANCERy,
"no~oraaaaao his Atomft
tbe eaPOatd- hSftIS O 9 aAlbehas (Co.,
nto ad h s p *faymth legs e0tl

"M tho' Oda. BAYER,

bookandsotbro- '1 NEY AT LAW,
*f ithe Whothe b7Do$ keWS R h smsots
wi th teMtffna01s bank Itfoun UOWhis -b WiWael ppttie
lotUlfkuwbelfttoo -O ew0 M* l-Ajior-
1196 telegram, and thee it ,disme. ofhoe we 10'@1efor i4.e

But how emid the swinoesegw m4 iij. nlooSthU.Ileiit eps
1001adi A TONY AT LAW
Uelegu ta p Omits. haring the Wht e wIt
same? They did Itk3tohIbs Sa Tehe ppo!r poehlbeyun It bgiorI E,
Anaftomplice of the 1Eft attempt at Poc0 lklt plIcktu&anin
=a otU U epp d o i t I Se~leph se W ith ao881109 ike 00ud4 ftw f fi s etd o
"booth 10 Omaha sad tolled this tel. the boy e[Paplan& 20endWe Can t=&g
, boffiee. -'Thias t he -han~k." In* that woeb dd pia ft" lhis who
mid. L loud ameimager at m waGAI eco?#be n" "tlF alE
t s o so 0 5 a t e l og r a m f o r D e s N RL g r o t is to o h e 6 1 1me w nOde e N e xGo r
2h0a tIbs accompliceburried tOto he lgbted'wleb Col ~ *s ge'S Imaginttos. w WibV,
eftraee of the Omaha book to ifiwtetwihcudtnteSradls e LII
WOORUMand tbero Ihanded, him Hefleeool. The106sllpo 1urtbe q*EWi..
-t e ow a o for D es M otaft 'r11* fig L eand m made t el fb. W v ~ A 'Wev M M Ifl0 u a.:
10el* rap company bad no r"14011 to, "ft OOcoleU-Stit~vtmes, sod whom h 3jt
* eflev itherise hab fitThat Imnk bikhe found the boyliked b55ka bhe OpOn. Jh%'W lSI r
' .be ae04tw ly signed the 01001W and Od f rhim a sb*e Iw~t40 e eo4 P". Ga(inesville NsU
ift transmitted It. The Dre U01Oin tigliraytoCeipie W01lft 1d3
tooak also accepted I#the lforfint "oatilglibrtye.Cbpse.Wea. Ikt'svi or
2.geuine because Itbor evry 1a If t Gsti.te I
Of X91m11n001104. And It paW OUt the s1
mosey to #be swindlers. whoUe urogaTane ~~J flu". HOA
their fraud so that they got out of "it w dti 7' ie .S5"3?
reach of the law on' trairna that left ~soge" -.
immediately after their game bad boen P4hnk1051"'Is hal INO'V"Wia004""otl C
in two smaller western towns aaiim. 4lef9ERTAKthING
liat, plme wasn worked. only for s010411a ad 'bofdpI b"the" tlaINE a
or slight times tbe amount. An alleged Phy uI I igh m4 MULLN 5
towns and wade purchase of a carlod 1,iw00 ..
of One animals to be delivered And In Washngoo a good place to lv"tToe)S~_______
paid A*rat a later day, apeceediqibwsw____
offiers Of o00 .4 the bNanks.00nit*e 1d4 YON 0 u bp
whic he ade e aeuslnanieOS te bare to, It woo th'!OMIIITOJ
day fixed for the delivery of Ili* hoiess 0A aetoI e hd ha 9w'~ h~ien T1 e saa
the alleged buyer deposited InTh 'a wr the vo*Npf'stM4 o
bank a draft for it Bargeamount drawns $wow eslt~ i ~s t t~o
on a baok io another towna hundred "0 on aw two 10 tE6S1d ys'
Miles away. At the lamp time She e..3 did l" mm. f.W"adTallow bs4 r v
bank receved a telegram pur"orIng RvddthySo f nA L *&b AeUhi 'mu-tLI 1plSI '~'
to come fsim the dI~ant batik auth~or. by M. d. aa ~a wsng
Jaung bhe payment of ibis draft. The 6000 f*~ -~k~j;O it"4MI
bank believed 1th0telegram. paid otAeIi' PFltorida.k"~ WOld ~ x
lb. money and the's diacoermod that I Sek' W" e *51f -
tb. telegramwase@fraudulent. It bad ")Is4555 WhI'v ieram It" i lipyafl.te rae A u
not been seat by The asendbank. bt M ac y evrie i gthtSe uimt S the~'i ~
by a confederat, of the, ate~llhowrse ,~Wbuthe utthevi!usso eia niot I* kto m~ I
buyer. atr eelpuesa" son PVO52Y (Sot gim 5
that Ibis avcompik* had coled up the dtam'ei'ledba t asjsIabo. 9Waa gpt
teerp f*In the dioliat sewn by tp ht i~e ~ ~ OL
telephoos. I'theIn -, g" t go"s se~mu~~~a
wi." I* w not -Aeftelis, wio 414111100
map utso 8a"theSM TAT
t046e IStoo"t C"fORt be m oftue ft."41l
M the bWinsdm ad a"this tfeA0.-&- N.,IS-:
1h~i1*bsaan *if I"b
111 *rlsod" m 6g! guf4m i,,
: =-t p.au

ft Mivapeptti a"as wsn e iswn m ~ i~swu

of a ft ffikbhmh&

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cure I
*te suggestion
esville Bo
sp the matte
purpose of A *J
tieship FloridS.,
es desiring "e
god can notity
1j secretary,
be crediedd. v4
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SCannon .. ..
Amnod .......
1 Tbom
Hampton, Jr.-.
Turner .****
Robin' ul ...' A
SHarvpr .......
Shands ....
II. Anderson .
SZetroutFr ....
*Blanding ...AO
Baxter .....* q
0o. S. Waldo il
SBros ......
,L Broome ....
H. C. Spencer .i '
Frank Clark ..
Glass, High 8 ,1I
A. Marks, W l
STallant h ..... .
D. Warner .
Graham ......
tributions to
rfeed from
point in Alacht*t

bnernor-A. W. 4
retary of Stat
I, Tallahassee.
ptroller-A. I0"

haurer-W. V.'
Worney-General- .
,. Tallahassee.
mmlssicier of J
In. Tallahasse :"
K. of F-blc In
evay, Tallahame
lIroad Comnmlm
Burr. Chraij-
, Koyal C. d
tary. All comtImP
MUy. All
iddesed to
Mident at the o


4Y, Ga'ncsville A"
11611- P. 0. Rauq
3it udge-IL.

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tniversity City,

Ualinesville is conceded to be thi-
Hi enterprising as well as the mot
tiful city in the Interior of Flor
16 It is located in the very center
i e State, half way between the At
h and Gulf Comsts, surrounded b.
of such fertility as to be capabi,
p producing a great variety of crops,
I th heart of the truck-growing
Ptoe and naval stores belt. Sh.
the best educational advantage
i the State, good churches, witl
4diltcee which are superior to an:
SAWR of Its size In Florida. with larg-
i=j* q siatent congregatlons; has
[lllto which cannot be excelled to
health and pleasure. All these nature
tdvantagea, combined'with a progress
iv pand enterprising cosmopolltai
A.tlUenabhlp, are sure to make a blj
Tho are many natural attraction
i. elose proximity to the city, some c
rbich are Alachua Sink, Paine':
ftariet the Devil's Mill Hopper, Wat
No's Cave, and Lake Newnan, all o
O mhh are reached by private convey
spring Park Stock Farm. th large
t0d finest liUvo stock farm In the State
Ss only eight miles west of the cit
sad Is reached by a good hard road
uWording a post pleasant drive.
The farmers of Alachus county, o
MjWh Gainesville Is the county seat
yTe at home and board at the sam
l4omt." The temperature is very uni
im.l scarcely ever reaching the nine
des In summer or the twenties h
tl *ter. The population of Oainevilli
1 p about eight thousand, representln
t .; ly every nationally On the fac
Stheearth, and straners always
e.at with a hearty weloomt.
The University of Florida for young
smn and the National Agricultural bEx
lment Station are located withli
Ste corporate limits of the city. In
SGaft esville has so many things
Swe must be pardoned If we omit
Sa tw of them in the following emumer
O Weof what


Galnesvllle Ha:

SOne artist.
No saloons.
a One garage.
Pemr hotels.
Four bauks
flir dairl....
One fontmr"
Water works. I
N Ten eaurcbes.
On*e as ila+t.
Two tin hol pe.
Three bakeries.
Tan physlcla'.. *
X Six fruit sto"s.
Two uusmithi.
X restaurant I
ORe se as toop r
s BNd of Tren '
BU drug stores.
Vt so b hop s b
Stae University.
Msoe Temple.
Twenty lawyers.
Two paint shopa.
+ Four contractors. '
L J. One bicycle abop.
S Baseball dtamond.
T wo ioe factories.
Ig fx music choose.
La- OMo variety tore .
One public library.
z Two wago worm.
Two planing mtlk
Two racket ot
H a Two lumber yards.
On* marble works.
,i1~1 W .H U rMom s "
One expree M o&c.
-., FReO mall delivery.
bas&". 4110LM
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for I rmation
General Publie.

of the

Atlentle Oat Line.
Lv. Oville for Jackvtle 7:45 a. 38:0 3
Ar. OvlUe ftr. Jaekv 13-'80 p. 7:30 v6
Lv. Oville for Ocalls Tampa 13:50 p
Lv. Ovllle for MUoaMs y, t 37:30 p.
Lv. Gvllle for 1"1g1L ,. Et. 3:30 P1 ,
Lv. Gvllle for Trepbio t&c.., :130 P.M.
Lv. Ovllle for Wtkeo. Be., 6:8 p. n.
Ar. from Bouthero point 8:30 p. ga
Ar. Oville ftr. Mieaaopy, Etc., 7:45 a m.
Ar. Oville ftr. High k. tc., 11:30 p.m.
Ar. Ovllle fr. Trestoa Etv., I: 3O p.m.
Ar. Ovlle fr. WUoot. tc., 8:60 a. m.
Seaboard Air Line.
Lv. Oville for JackvlUe 8:19 a. 3:0 p.
Lv. Gainesville for COpar Key 6:40 p.
Ar. Gville ftr. Jackvle 131:0 p. 6:40 p.
Ar. Oville from Cedar oy 83:10 a. u.
Tampa and Jaokmvwlle R. IL
Lv. 'ville for Mlo09op6 107 1 tl. m.
Lv. Oville for 8ampof OlMy I p. m,
Ar. Oville from MIcaOMpy W8:N0 p.
Ar. OvlHe fr. lampasm 0i0f :10 p. M0
Dg= tbin SV OM I OF
,uma or e_-lt.., A ,

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One semi-weekly newspaper.
Five life Insurane acencles.
Two ferttllser IMmuactorles.
Five afre Znanc IagmCet.
Two livery and feed sble.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' Club eiRdin room.
Haf wood ManBctalerta Pleat.
Agricultural "rfmingat aStlog
The Diocem, Stoool of Florida.
Florida Winater ble Confereao.
Five dtessmakfi establishment.
National Odd vlowve' 8atntartu
Three undertakig etabllshmain
Two of he best hotels In ho taI
Two wholesale grala and feMd
Two wholesale grocery estabia.
Water "that bMa made Oainetevlle
The finest ope ous e In the StaLte
wutatide of Jackmav Ie.
A Government hlilding now betting
erected o coet when ompleted
carpentern, auson plasterers,
painters, printers, Macllatas and la&
boring men galore.
More llee of pavedl streets and:
cranolithlo aldewala than an ) other
town In the Interir of the State.
An $86,000 court oase built of brick
and stone--a be1.aol structure--ad
the laws. nlowe ."eds, shrubbery.
Confederate monmt., etc.. surround.
Ing I', take It a jat attracUtive pie.
tae. .

nus* come
lin six werd,.


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By HJbert



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4010rvs. Ig L.

A skil layer of -osai
mall framents of stone athey fK
place than the &yy r chunkim
The skilled advertiser works with
words-they fit Into men minds than t

I he simpler th4 language the great ce ',
tainty that it will be understood by the lea -1

The construction engineer plans his toad
bed where there is a wmihese f rd-he AM
work along the line of Iso rdaau ..
The advertisement which runm Into mcre n
tainous style is badly wurvesed-a-ei ad re
sot both fforighituhll k.
Adverting mu Ot be imple. Wh it o
is tricked ot1w94 the ewlry .dsilka of >
literary expr a ch out of
place as a JjV 40. e ii 8.rt t4(d
The buying public a only isate d1inh
fact. People read adeRtiemnM to Uid out

The advertiser who can fire the m" t f/
in the shortest time gets the me rftrm,
Blank cartridges mwaie e s kus shkey do s A
-blank talk, however clever, is only wasted
YOu force your alemen to keep to solid
factO-you don't allow them to ell muslin
*with quoeuona from Omar or trousers with
extpta from Marie Coreill. You mu t not
to06410 'your printed eldMeg ta/W anything
hatyou are not willing to countenance In
pwuesAl dlmw hip.
Cut out clever phrases if they are Inerted
to the sacrifice of cl:ar explanaRtons-w*
c, yas ~e tl Only be more brieL Publicity
is costlier thaT converaation--nrangin pricn e
downward from $6.00 a line, talk as o ceap
but the most expensive commodity in the wor
Sketch in your ad to the stenographer.
Then you will be so busy tir that you
will not'have time to bother about the gew
gaws of writing Afterwards take the type*e
written manuscript and cut out every word
and every line that can be craed without omit.
ting an important detail. What r b ts in the
cad is all that really co;n'sed In the beginQ. h|
Cukltivate brevity and simplicity. "Savon,
Francasis" m:y .: :matcr but more people ,
will drwdtand "FFrench p." r Isar.d
NewtSs's eaplanatio ot fravriuion COV;a -i1p

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HMa Hap H pened and What pe.
L Va to Happen-Forsonal and
sI' oil teams of thi City. '-

S b potatoes, ISo a pek. Satmders
gE arle.
Miss 8Sute mUit) of Micanopy Is
llg Ml ais Bas a tlgltL
Pa ey celery for today's trade.
B.N it from 0.-S. Merchant & Co.
i, White cream cheese, extra choloe,
~es1 a0 pound. Sauaders & arle.
Tellow yam sweet potatoes, some
i*grs*.holoe. Saunderp A' arle.1

st received at.O. S. Merchpat A Co's.
o NCoar Key mullet sad lMe roe re
." d daily. Daris' Fish Mkart,

mall R. IL cPags or austibag ia
'he60 y'l ae. Ph ese le 1e West

4 WBl In doubt Jlst fllow the
e*' will lead yoe straight to

I MKCUum wlinte the
i&rss ow at
1KiabiW Monday might

m. & ~, -

n 4.

I". AS$~ UMW-W ^ VwI. vOwu is
SiPendliag a tow days with relaUtve
itad trifeud at Trenton.
William MoElroy of Judson is in the
Slty, belag am a brief vsito to his ils-
S er, Mrs. John Dyke, North Oalne-

-ish roe, oysterii ad fresh and
. alt water sh received from the
M Keys daily. Call on us or 'phone 9t.
A. Otlvle & Oo.
Attention is called to the change of
S.dvertlemet'. of the Duttop Bank,
one of the oldest and most rollable
Institutions In this section of the
: State, which appears elsewhere in this
P. P. Richardson, the clever and
successful traveling representative of
the Inland Type Foundry. St. Louis,
wai In the city yesterday, and made
'The udn an agreeable call. lie left
S last light for Ocala, butexpects to
return today.

small 11-1 wU -atra ule
iW boling. Sa e A V e 9
MUs, Dr. Watkins of MianOpy is
the uest of Mrs. J. P. uik ht.
alHufders A EBarle's b argti days
are from Monday morning until 4at-
urday migibt.
There's nothing Jut like t*e. 'tlue
Rlbb*i"flayor. Always ask for Blue
Ribbon Vapilla. f
The moving picture show will re-
sume operations at'the Baird Thea-
tre Moday' night, Oct. 36th.
Now that the rain has come get
busy and get your genuine Florida-
srown seed rye from G. S. Merchant
A Co.
Get 0. 8. Merchant A Co's. prices
on groceries, feed and fertilIers be-
fore making your purcbases and there-
by. save money.
T. J. MeRae has returned from
O" l ani Ahe points in South lor-
Jd where he has been on business
1% the put few days.
irn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Deorpy,
on Monday, at their Iew home, 600
Eat Orange street, a daughter.
Mrlends extend congratulations

Cedar Key oysters-the "nest
ever"-l-rge, fat and Juicy; price re-
duced to 0 cents a sojld quart, deliv-
ered to any part of the city. Davies'
F sh Market, 'phone 98.
Justice Robert Martin of Hawthorn
was among those who spent yesterday
in Gainesville on bus aess. He re-
ports the wei her extraordinarily'dry
I his ctlon for the pa few weeks,
but hoped that the rain of yesterday
afternoon gave the farmers relief.
Judge A. J. Cone, who has been com-
fned at the Odd Fellows' Sanitarlum
for the past few days with some deo
tee" of his eyes, Is Improvilg, to Ohe
gratification of all who know himL
Judge Cone. has had the best of at-
ten, and It is hoped that he will have
suffiolently recovered in a few days
to return to his family at Raleigh.
Mrs. T. L Steele and daughter, lit-
tie Miss Maude, have arrived in thi
city from York, and will re-
main here for the next few days a
guests of Mrs. Steele's sister, Mrs. 8a
H. Hall. They were summoned on
account of the illness of Mrs. Hall,
who has been quite sick for the pst
few days, mention of which was made
In The Bun of Thursday. Friends
will be pleased to leara, however,

that the patbant
lng, 1

is gradually recover*


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Calioria fruits-prune, evaporn*
ed prits, cream dates, dried
etc.-All ew. Baunders & Earl.
0. .; Merchant & Co have the geaw
ulne Florild *,qd rye and 0-day seed
oats, Me only kind that will makes
full erop 1 this State. -
Bee 0. 8. Merchant & Co. beI re
buying yowr seed oats and eseed se
and be re ad call for the Florda
stock IaW take nothing ele.
We reeive choice' Cedar Key oye
ters every dy, freah from the water.
Th4 pice Is reduced to 50 ebt5 *
soald (&art, delivered free to ar peagt
of the city. Davies' Fla Markbit
'phone A '
Fveu4O of Davis Douslas. will be
orry to lean that he hs bee con-
fined to MiN room for the pat cou.,
ple of days with fever. His case .
somewhat Improving now aad he ex:
p 'e to be out in a day or so.
8. teberg and family are now
pleasantly located lt one of ti Ed.*
dimn cottage, West Church street
corner North Pleasant, where they
will be at home to their friends. It
has been several years sine they re.
sided her but all will be glad to
welcome them back agati."
Friends atof Judge J. A. Carisle are
glad topee him on the streets agan,.
after a conaement to his room with
rheumatism. Japdge aruile haM siff-
ered a great deal of this complaint
within the paIt few weeks, and those
rho know theitortures of rheumatIani
will offer him Wher ypatiy.
Rev. Those. fay pator of the
1Irrt Preblla=in hurch ha return.
ed from a brine vialt to Colosumb, i,
C., where he was called on busanesa
connected with the board of trusteed
of the TeoloAIcal Seminary, ot.wblch
he is a member. Dr. Hay made an
excephonally quick trip, leaving Mon'
day and returning Thursday.
0. Thurman Price of Melrose, Isot
of Mr. and Mrs. John Price, has be
In the city for the past day or tf4,
and expects to remain here, heavg
accepted a position with the local
office of the outhern papress Com*
pany. lie1W S a Bug a of great
energy., Is o potent, aad will no
doubt prove a valuable aequisetlon to
the express company's force here.
A. Fergusoae who had the mister
tune to stick 4. wire nail in his right
hand while engaged in assisting 4n
Lhe unloading of a barrel of Ash Mon-
day, has suffered a great deal. but the
wounded member is much better Bow,
and the victim hopes to be entirely
recovetd within the next two or

--,-- ~three days. The nail, which was a
very sharp oae made a deep and ugly
Th k gash, which has ecausedMr. Ferguson
I 800- mno end of pala- and anoyance.
e Bu gAmong the prominent visitors ko
S this city yesterday was W. B.L LulkeUas
of the town which bear e name la
OAINemVIILs., FL6INoDA Levy county. Mr. Ltkens is a ex-
Stnsive lamb adingle manaui.
CAMITAL. 5756.. IWLam Pfs 8311 turer. sad d000A Mis at it hsm
and at Pmrae I this county. et.
iasg cypress euctolvely. He has a
samphiaed a realt eal la developiag
All Fiellities Consistent With Sound Banking Principle the comwral interess of that a
tis of arvy eety where s .an tIs
.. WaJollclt Your Busines, Ltrg and Small. i si-a*d.MWb
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SN' f",eaofJ.CLaRi N

advasa bb o a h epbo ulsh in ague
the ay wtl ble Men. J.
@sbemara the Dvets
Wedmby. a rep t

o" *obo Sam am t6646ty4

adA -M a wse ma" ..I
"Our uakial F"ailds a at Yowr D po PL Nm 0 sem c fte ae -

M eaathe offas"o -t
II Y. Da-.
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20 poa i 'l rice, $L
24 pe -ed white rie, Stl.
a possdt batt Xic06 butterU $1.
8 pouids Arbuckle's .come* PQmts.
24 pouds best flour for 'S"
Large bottle tomato asUp, e.. ,I
LAq bottle Salad dressiM, I&
Best Irish poiatoe, per pek, $Io.
Best sweet potatoes, per peck,.
Beqt full cream cheese, per po~d,.
20 cents. .
1 set mpis and saucers, 30Oc.
1 set plttes, $0 cents.
1 sot gaSe, 20 cents.
Barrel freMh potato chips, per pound,
40 Oet. .
Pe uro andae the bargalus we are
offering high-grade preserve, Jams
a-.d eltll. W. 8. DORSBY & CO.
o e

Williaim T" Steck


*/ '~ -1

old; rathr ;

Ur.Amwftlr $ardwhAam.r~dt

WAR TD-Bwd In pr"' f.tt .
near buau qotmofeore ht
ftrmtl 'of throe, no bhutre; rteie
c. lel agl; pust be M'
able. AAires "Mth rlth
Sun. -

FOR SAL-i lhht-roomi boue; etee
trie Ulhts, btb. Part eas, balaauo
om terms to suit: A. Wm sils CQt.
anyone hbuafag hatr dia To~ io
It' grated to im maril
cbllb Md feer. Prtle WieM0 0W
bottle. Ask W. ". ohmuoam,
probably kaow.

FOR SALE OR RINT-A gottpu of
flve room. Apply* N


wrt D. Crawford
Chas. A. Fairc

Wif Aa

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l -Experienced sail
ul iry to right paity. I

P..UBffNT-Beven-room house
; th Apply to J. A. Phifer.
R~ U -Cottage in South GC
S I 'ty water connection.
N' U u office.

"OR 1INT-Eight-room house; 4
trI jlts, water and bath: 1U
,A~liia Ave. A. Wenske, C

.: ,4lli, V. J. Shipman, Mii
%ie 4 comfortablee rooms at rm
't f.tis. Roomers wanted by
Sw*.'eek. Rates reasonable.
lQW'U T-One six-room cottiag
J GOalanepvflle, all modern
sMhoM. at $10 a month; alM
* cottage on West Li
*l tsV at $15 per month. Gainie
Staltmr. Company.
an__, -
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0. $ALB- rypewriter ribbons, I
i. d record, 75 centu I

Dr. A. Dolan



M magnolia Hotel _ine



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le4*, West Side Court Hod
Assr Gainesvilie. Florido

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