Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01274
 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 23, 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: VID01274
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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to a.

rORK,. OctL
writing la
ef Scribner' 1
t of his tirt ,
Bp game.
ksd., Carl Al
Killed. bareha
bh spmng on 1
I already WN
ipplini it isla,
Spaw, w h
him as he
ad struck htt1

Sas it wor k
h wrist to 4t
0w it, holdi"4
r hand and
" It lucw,
two wounded k
I could not tst
with it and (
th his knees
We of its ribs em
as the first sA
might conq r.,
ak-s Beast's
milng his eff
I, he act"l*


OBORO, Ark., Owc )S.
Isewit- of her ~I
All D. Erwin. wife

"g~iOn of an estatw'%N
Il~d, at $4,000,"p. I
Kentrucky' &ttou,
"Utat. of a rei~
1h10sp name h
I In *10111.stboro ssegi
*idumit)t, of UM.Ij"*
Yearsagoit is

mi ofl


'O I.. Oct. '






!t N HiU s Contribution

I ibed the life out of It, although
arm was badly bitten."
EMr. Roosevelt devotes considerable
e to telling, how he brought t%.
# .and ally killed a lion. The
n begins at a point where
ftoter is standing beside his
considering what he shall do
,l lion charges and cannot be stop-
Nd' by a well directed shot. The
** qoetinuea;
N r an elderly man with a varied
wMohi includes rheumatism, does
IM vault lightly Into thesaddle, as
Sona, for instance, can; and I had
y made up my mind that ton the
t of the lion's charging it would
wine for me to trust to straight
iawder rather than to try to scram-
blie ato the middle and getyabder way
Jo time.
Fires Fatal Shot.
"I could still not see the lion when
BI lMlt, but he was now standing up,
opkting first at one group of horses
S ea at the other, his till lashing to
t, fro, his head held-low and his
s dropped in peculiar fashion, while
hiM b& hand sava,- eromwinrr mlled


11111t I MigU l O v 1- I l -II - II l VlI t 4MIeW 46 ev1 w ell Ire
tM4 thunderously over the plain. Seeing fore supper war ready, but when the ao and ltvited th Proadent to 1vilt a vet of phaps th o The
i sh were done they w er certainly l Umbus. eNurtng his aeptiane of Seard of TIad. eat a aotitme to
B nice, because they were fried by a the itnvitatlp. Augusta tett WtO tI* to fWashlu
Srack a-jack flbfrier. All parent on- The mayor stated that so far as ton a few week aw w eo a vtit
joyed themselves immensely... t appoItI. a oasommittee oS lrm 'w p deN t T1ft.
J. N. Hayman is havlag some r
pairs done s, his house ot 4 emr- r .
S SwC ethear of Lake avenue and Cheetuat tf- cres n r
hich I wl add vastly to the looks of
J. R. Tompkins visited relative at
w, then Mary Duval.met fayoungerGW hoeSugbty
. then Mary Duher oal met young ce. T.C.Holden of Hawthorn was Int ra s W F
l ettants. Tho two became fast ance town Tuesday. He came for the pr.
Stral esta.. The two became fast ,pos of purchasing a drove of beef
' .l frIebds, but because of parental obje-c a drove of beef
$600 cattle. He also inspected bis Urpea
.' ttion the marriage which he proposed Ctie Interests wile here. HOisTON. Texas, Oct. ?1.-Crres those of the grised votes who
i't did not ooeur. Instead the young wo- A. C. ilayan and Miss Anna Tomp- f honor for the living veterans of have os*e through th shook of at
Became the ife of a farmer kin vited tridsGrovethe Confederacy; monument for the tie.
qailnf lcently the man woo first sought her u a evening dead- such was the sentiment eo. Other than the stttlig of lh vwes
thht hand died, naming in his will as hi uuMrs. N. Coleman returned hoe prreod sad voted most emphatically lai quetlioss of the crosses of bonor,
| l. I satee Ms former sweetheart. That Trs. after a few dn, stay with yesterday by (e United Dngbterseif thi report of Mrs. la estsWilliam
bpaf she can produce'ample proof that she Thursday after a few d t he Confederacy In the third day's of Kentetky, the tresmr- r.lomral,
IL Is the person is declared by Mrs. ret t i y. lon of their NatMioal general eki- was a f0stela of the aV m*otesui. Is
L ,. win. O I I Testi v on. The atrife that developed wl e route seeslos the rIdting of
vet this q loAIGHT, orabl gio plol to be the State@ reports wa fsemed agd mo
Sg treat so far of the osvaUo.- UnWed aiSl- te in the day,
9ORANG IIFIIHT8, (rt, l.-At The qupetin of award4l .of Croess The cieaI f Ite hoeVeati fis
Is ,l.r olr etlua I closed l' SMme Of of honor was prelpltsted by a met o eaa m to aday v thi ste elaten of g
,,suV ltr people a uOded the umtlugl at nag1 Mtd by Mims llo f^ ter of *f etrl Win f M MM ld theb all
M.lroue and ow they hte toe flGeorgla. who s u it to have the Uto= of lthese l eoavetulmn ity omeso
I1W 1"mliI broadened so as to givoe rmo b O p. Mrs. 1. W. Vaiom of .Noth sCa .
Nathan alll Is t rhbl Ischol e r the lineal daresdants of the vweteass lin so Mrs. Virg fa Moh erry of
m ud ac'kVnny and to the relaUe of those who teit Weat Virgllsa are Ikoillg up feas *
ls _____ Ada Hall Is rierking la store on the vid of bttle. Th mAloa was sy for the peslide*. perar's eA.
at Worthingto 8prings los aw. w. a moe ma-l by Mra The Lt Mr t e go ooatl 1400
beteved that he can liat Accordin Mrs. rasak Yearwood and Mfr. Reyl fo os o Keteao r, to pW Mec ityhM arrowed h os .aam
jW .t0 stateeats made by allies coa g Spear Yearwood and chIldrt d ross for c oteral dosm ato of icthaew L .. amd ieele OWL A*e1
L bog there yeterdy .orTlWN a uUa* Wo. McMUilam o last Smaday. vetrns. lThe vatka deced to *dow smh eol appaWuy l e f m
oifr of yGg frendF of Hall attemptP4 Jm. Adams was la Galmnvlle o0 fura 5j ofe y btso of Vi risp (r..
04 m 0Me PU Oth aegrres 0 r Tuesday of this week.
ailing aer CAntury. and chaed ev Mrs. Isaben TllTlmlun i 14lMtI a ,
r w^ with the result that thoy wer Sew 1,r alo a nw sn ki..DhOWIa6
e a lte ri, however, stct- Mrs. kius Mud ntmuery I. vltls ag
hl e shard o tha of tM be h ehu ad's imesats ear WtadMWr. ed Ov
S doe s t bele that the young a wm oo e1, he trOeO POd s O 1 tOl
Sto No wereMd the oers. ~Ward as. hs tall ibeig qis r |Xd
Sq-BBF icker.
Sestr wl a my elbow o ni t Tl i
idoalser. I took mtsd air aw pIrw
btw as the **ck sawd sb tT 9M S r.s el.-ion m 1 ..oner * ag o.maf4 a"meusa""us as a o ats *.
,mIII M a ,meet said stood p. st~orom t.i" y i M*-. 0 m.er. ish the WI ir 4.jirAiM i
i misick.l m w sd ne. am e ra"ed uS. foi .-ld m--S Mal l*Col, mmI l
a.s healrsly. I tbha biuN *Wio boMle wer rw m sd -M .,,
"o "abelra- ofgO. I farwus at b ee a < a I'A;
41O a"the ~ he so d t hi04hA broke his -aak I(a be w w i b 8 she
a to willIg kN UsP utwsh s. o ir we had wh me ti
einthe preed rep-d -
m 'to appearIs *w a1" 0d n viol

'up. a. ba mpW No "


MrOCILOO and Mr. A. -R. G. Mland
gledtrip to Archer a trip to
land Grove Saturday. t la"t "un
n.,.de a business trp to Hawthorn
day withr and Mrs. O0. a y ee of Islaand a "a"a -tty

Grove. spentptdst here withthe AoluB tr M bI r t

J. J. Haymans of Q vill was of Tnld lst allt tada a o Alealty tolnial 4 o d-
the latter',. aen ts. Mr and Mrs. J. No OticB kleptlorl tt wer of the emlsg
R. Tompkias. o
A. S. McEwen mate a business a ll r tat to
trip to Archer Soati dt Tft to ol h to
Profwen W. SykA. Robert nt t ro t t un.

da bwita vladtor t at oaday. rolUMtU. frOaL BOct.n -Aftea to Mb i atesaloo ( of t i
daJ.wth a lady at Isla spirited debate r mlllb, lueUa F the l '
J. J. Hayome ofn a vhr ill of Ttrade lt night tabled a res dii ti to I W OsUmtl o1 T l t. ,
down Monday look adn a iturpOen tro t p oa Ommuite to ot o It mll i s d t =r u im M
tine Incterests.hay laIn t w 0k pryl the city Mauthomm* at evel mbWe of the mm
lr L Mu, perch te at business lad by offle11 fweow'Pl tm- t w 'W-M ..e lll.J* 'W.
lake.trip to Ja lthe larTet dnttch of actually toelu mbas twht Ban its to Pa1 t at
Owen W. yknow ofn t Grovef twls "WaM b t a "albs O Ne t." MW. O tO ft i t MeM m
lake. The h were all apoaed of Mr. LtU fromed amu. to proT* ma aU Op 4 ,W
Jwthn. the lJackmso, onty. for t et of a tor- tal tt
the Meltonare crowd of the yo f o reMi. W the ProIdit wa tab i defl d thu Pi etI aii ~ o h N Sam
nopye of homan o ad Loh loo visi t to is sIto N t1a mt Iit 3,s pamss of Trade sI i 0 ougWt imM .tat

familenjoyed themselves rLay .h at w L ad by haayr Rhode ta to aet a eU h wiul
a ph the bagr of the s eaoU. ownt b. i abtd eth t, hoinln favor *W 6 '1110i .aHay

ful caLochlooe lake. It las about w e otta to tbre bes d by Daf tho thn-t, Wlttat of we e
large bream, perch 1d t0rot at oVe awkoed by 6w d tSie" e t 5hI S *_,s._ ...,S'
haul with a-ds *a se. Oe LonhlO N m W50, 4am It hisbvisit wWas ot 0* SatW MWuW b illl Utoi. E
lake. This Is the ltWOW catch of n711ClnI re9Mtooitat anne NM it his w p11A .ft
fish ever known on thd woer.o Ofthis would be a "513 an the oity." Mr. AN...soAM #01 g um
lake. The fish were 11a dlspos4e of Mi'l &AlL o ePred a Iresola1tia IrviO. a redeep s. 0"Wmt.110 If 6
woclothn the the lash arrived ad oar tMh amo nt ofo Maf ot* l weoM aid oo8N oiv
Quite a large roi it the Yor te relhat aaditw ta let bat. d tl IA T efteOlWe aas adopted t
people of Island Gro e 14' LosblMos to a di1c6euio I( which its passage of Tre tde *a 00 "00 3 I t o
eiijoyed themselves, tdy night a tWas OPPO by aWor Rhodes eflli to o a s"1a1411se 1he weldM
a fih fry on the books atthe beaUtio brow n.. r. oLaow udotMhersthe beh fiavoeof1sb1ftogemesema
ful Lochloosa lake. It Was about I toos h. hea io f by W so that thtm n ,- ........et 1 41 06 e "+
o'clock when the fBsh arrived a td Joseph. a memoberi t~ 41 ton 1111ee1 p em IM es 41W&awoosu d be iW& w us e(1
threfore. ,i twas-ul.. aI SM hou that wont to Whtltrome tm e The mestl shi wasd o ts b1

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eni@=# Hrotieto p eJar
aery dseirde tooe fany re'. W.

pa" rea tor~aeia ftee the balnn
teftiy aftlOag i *t a larfted O
Jroe all roeords as far Ma, Mouo

e' fo l xx *reW U U IT.r W.u
Habiut eproart oaf tofe tho **h
ak' 1 d4oag. do te a to ta say O o

w lqu? wtedhn e ot m ult t bit bh*

t s'wir tho sethlatty had umte to

ilO Of the lttle imals.
po~~tatd blrglt homae, wltr the
1B9"Z a inabuing fteep or

.reslt h all Mr.,v af ea e*gh
adsr, wel w .th ne altborth at by
ronday theo party had mnad to

--ntrsquirrel "ee loaded toM the-

tea dext brt home, with the
Smgresh ft Oaukr all toer's huntl
bo as we ast thel eg ahbors tof
eapktera, Tw ftoetve litte lon ise
's 4lrK sq uirrel pie, steped attiB J
wpktht qtualrrl "y o waye brt r

a hty un ovfter 4on ftot whie theia
aesos, but this wnrtr a rord-
break. The ifotive little animals
Wouid aofaly come dower so wink
a'n d runfl oir r oo t ter wiethey

were easted at thetr am *round the
esamp lire.

F ,ln SPRINGS, ost. 3-ae4. J.
& urll k ea Jam H. Va.tw, tee
R"W4 7 MMa" I orataf b wa

1hret dwhek whae were 1w

0. Wit I lIeror IS. Rel.
Ue O. ,TwmUwe hWef tet
the t nAits p It f.
Mrs M. w. aisee UtMpr".
-'Ut was 'i& the etd Wee s try
iL he tamacthat )oohed Uk rt

i mwith tueaha meU that
-t -ac 10 ofse e ttlM
v4rm 4 Ste EtSh0. Wrs taht

6R t' t er.c
; eaay ftre.
buk K(H*PRNtNT

LIe -.

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Want. -

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&which has bei
&0ltn atiur6
,#Unider hsP
F*Ce Is1k inhon
p Yveou I atj
SS-god"are 64

!'t*6r 011, par,,
'k I Pleasant. 10
other Nareoft
11tros W14~

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as Boui

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Uou ILrsr4g
APOseIt "
05.. the'14

number of Lwbmis rs

VoMM hod46. Ivn: *Vrcii
g ~vry front ritew fftv hpl.

for, 6 It ap 'qK IbIirhsAlim',ds4 d

tHow to -ten ebuw.ig. Zwht t.0v*1
a hibrd of t NU illractIhm %l. hod b d otw
pon t~pub. stud whoeA* as6*l144
itelng Is untytw'of uf 1Hw rbahtwo jtl.
ad I* teW Smr vapperoen esa $be ibp
At this moment a qqkt 11t' vern-
aois infow r ittIbh ream a 40M.1
all theugbl, aP A PP lahs to I
bestow."bat it* inwas to hae'eWosa
dMmrn sWv& befit Smq i-t" We a~
WON raw."-phmooh kiarTho k

TMeta Gt dvath-" Ibappareta
term OW y whilh in showson
weaw at lb arseeni et0Ve
weeimes~i Imba" wbk

uwer~eSeso fst qwa ettutfo

ban& be* aea-fvl
= 410% 100 fftw' (1
IM o~r ;6r% goz t~~t

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tawkerlr LAXATW SUOXO rr

Taha~~ ~qsb e rt tM NO*

Stooa' t .
Tawit D"Ow IIesu I
it Iwe to Mo. & W. 44ML
am s a ba.

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DONE 601


tIAME for YT
lRfy tandlard materk
Perfect IBath TI
Tube, Li.erty II
S others Low Co,'
Bru Don't WVoVrry !
That "never leti
:gl; Everlasting So
3,ea-Room Trimmn
Saldl right, look all ri
K'saetfy all right.

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ThIt Distai
One Mile

jp to Jacksol
to tbhl.
having made.
seven hours.m
y left Jack-s
S at 4.30
At 1 2 o'cio
was consume
roads for the,
iap out as., .
thee tWo.4
entire p .rt".
Iteras of th'
t hat the trwi1
Shours fromJlc
o and sometiM
cars will be
the purpose
spedometerm s
T1 miles a ft
in r Ia .
the most
TM garage
'ips that
bM them up11
uh this Oitu
) Club of
matter aa
1 Bradford Wi
here never
p as at the |
and it is
eville has M
lte by phlaoh lf
grklas of
tally be.
pl for the
Per rever* u
er from -1
Sor ovT
It red
hew the
S0 cents
A little waatd"
ig results. ..

Big Fj



Call Your Painter
and have a little heart-to-heart talk with him.
If he is the right kind he wij be glad whbM
you tell him to use

Pure White Lead
(Dutch Boy Palater Trade Mark)
and pure linseed oil. Every good paint
knows that he can tld better work with our
Swlhitc lead than writh inferior
\ ~ substitutes.

1 Our I louse.owners Painting Olt.
fit No. r- is of value both to prP.
erty owner and painter. Sd f
111 Broadway, New York


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We madk
this last
cause of
look for
every wed
see sod
We are

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And I y rwuq1*'t e6ehe3$1.b 1
bY sib *e~Sao. C e~ .
raw hIm Amon.''

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OF CIMTY AND1. 1 % ,, ,-
Ml~J1'JIV j'a r Another Creitae Performanre By a UnIwarety Sey Will HaMve FIV W f
WUWVWDESLU Creditg b- Company Out With mhvw elde, ,
---.1 Again at the ard the Manhattan The UIivurli teothafl eaqt will..
.Rev. Sttrunk and wife of Micanopy Theatre .Comp sowed their hiwe Ghlltae atl this *
we visitors to the city yesterday. ability to a pIn a p ttlld "WwmWlog" the i1. L. .L wUW at 1 *4
J. H. Teach, freight agent for. the but whMlh i rnelt is about the sae t vsmill tl their Slt it i
Atlantic Cast Line, left yesterday o as the old p seimalar s "Aollmuc i the tam a wHis ithe hiM .
Short visit to Jacksonville. senandd ..o moeb is t# tsiom, wls t be I W 4-
m Leonard of Ocala arrived to An ler se audience greted B0 *5P1 Mt hMM Mt Ith
dti city yesterday on a visit of a few this at d I the II mes a ASgI ,I
days to his mother, Mrs. A. H. L eo copa 't .' they afea w 0 etb Mat a .
a #A d. titld to more tbh the patroagWe ae. or they have peIe I*r a
F . Williamson left yesterday for worded thmn is emy attested by a sage ad as to leavt We -
New York to the Interest of the pro who have ie hir peteorma&j b Wvi es tht9 of -B Ba
posed paper mill for this part of the this city, for thf* ys tar above the J*bsodtll s1 e14 lmf,. the m e
S te averSge tOf MWtsNre oetkgep StP to tM O0ty|
Mrs. T. B. Stringfellow and childrWna tt tour the e try at ps 'tA. D, lot .erse f hMe Uto ll I *
iO ye been spending the past sevy. priw. I O e l tyA mti i l trih "p
S w eeks in Alabama. returned to The play atoW' aight was t& a. ir did1 "atM s F w Wil d
their home In this city yesterday. pemIent ov 4i0 1opea lag l ot. l & MPs p Wun*Wl
SMrs. Armstrong of Savannah, who Gordon Hamlt4as -i Ueutenat Ili--I W -11Nhe 1 to th 01 hr Oia k
w. s formerly Missl Lucy Camp, Is tI maot, ad M-issrwlaer .S . N----- ---- w-t .-.
the city for a few days as the guest were all that. O be Aked, "wlj .1 t MSthis rM-
of her friend, Mrs. C. A. Colelougb, the. work of jM arNM ret ---- -. d. it",.,
it her lovely home on West Liberty ley gave exelit sg pprt. Mi Lis t pro Her
,street. All of the othetm atlo Ia SIM, m tsvilr to GarnesvWe -A
S "I have been somewhat costive, parts, made the*qiut or e Ihr Mppr Ut011 w a. 1 4. Bhtep 6 __ ,
Sbt Doan's Regulets gave Just the re- unities. lvting a s ipAlMloel Vet I 4aU. Mr. Usbop POa a
So sualts desired. They act mildly and sitnesoed lto a p- a tti"seO Wo t t of th q ia$t t (Welve

Srelate the bowels perfectly."- 'io. The speelattle i(e 4~g, .empt l te wet
George B. Kiause, 30G Waluut Ave., ire all good. ileM A dMl tie A t W 4 I
Altoot.a, Pa. ",- ,.-- ." M b 'w poew lmater ofa
pI_1 C. C, Clayton, one of the large con. Impereemt qqlm dridge, sad 1ole .lw o0duetlil a a
tractors of Jacksonville, is in the city Mena Lise natritk aad it osn teatnle ad soaval tdeas bunees
- on business. He has also handled a Iesce less vitality. WheO the lfie at that phim. He asa e1 route home
Great amount of business In this city falls t serete bile. t.he bled od loam (o JaokeoSvlle, whore he has bee --
and Is luring on some changes that loaded with bilious prepttos, tbm dl attendafnce pon the Meisg of
ill likely occur here In the near fu- gestion becomes ampaired th e khe Turpenthe Operators' AssolatUse.
.aure. els constipated. Herbia wll sla reports ba li one of the be~t
E. Marelonny, editor of The News recty this; It gives e00 to t1 1esO- lmW of his lf. .....
and also deputy sheriff at Alacbua. seb, lier and kidneys, ms iHsuhef Mr. Bishop rePorts labor a" i Is
was among the visitors to the city atpptte, clears I sp! thelmm fl 1mes county., th orange 'sd oUMr
yesterday. He says that cotton hb pstaio, taftse new oed vigor mk adietrls havigl a tendeney to ke e
made Alachua lively and that the re. be whoe ayst.n. 5ss 4 bottle. everybody employd at t h seaso of
cent sa!c ll help the town to a large ld byI W. M. Johoai be year. There will bea wd cro -
extent. t in tho t Mt ,
Dr..A. A. Nurphre., president of -- -.-. ..-.
It he Unilversity. left ye..erday for Ar-IM Building| Nise He".
Soada. He goes to join the educational
party who are now touring the State *, P, D. P la weo 1s a D r
Will be absent from the city for the vteide lke tMyasMy thers. for ie n i
t few days. They will v. lt a num- 11iUI0. a &ew rses y uerpeW
bw r of the important places in South __1__ 0 I Wj4 I"
as s ArNMa o street e rel1
Iaggvs, a sb11ts1ut1l asd s1e leaea
Most women are troubled with kid PARSONS & RACKNEY vo m ,..su w.g.
S*t complaint, and you know very I U b iM b g otn tte -
imay serious and eyes fatal diseasem I)S Oeui tle 9i1O wa "ap m le kve
t nwn thee neglectied Mftw law ediers. 1d9t 1 t6 r Ibam 6la
S maANy others. p "lb s bltS a
OeP l teY. ou will take eOi r ', D

: be eas. l M. nta.gd ooHM m *permit t plety O feft lo11 0l
thee sad lew mny a. b ;a a ise. wb Is e At( the RS
Ister"e to deedv yo. fe I ree-.
Toi a emsh* i6 s hCas.s

s h.a rtad boo" as
IW1 t Sesme o wheos he
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_h o__ t3_ i t_ _or ..& -
& wiN l mbe aa am" wiss oonteadtthat this rapM
Noeds of conve^aewit W" ta"l t
Alisort of the Usd states.for$f01 b a
a... the brod of oarses and wouMd dotroy der
---' M f--*- -- b oee a rt of hPot Al; ,l,.that
Ig .t aso sl -f -P#4 c, .Thp ,e whi o l o W i en, s
V. orta n of seamen, wo ld
S2 U t bo tIou, are, of travel w
la I lidverslt. taw wol idt depart; that saoi-
I ne y I o0OAddd,-e"oe4iQ. rmitIn wld be raled
t1e ta t n VauMW aifs. st 0 t14
Pa ritas **Idea to Ipnore w"Nh mouated l tavoles a ben in w t ,
B th p Ndorth v o l*ieINy. "Theur the abt V e' o p s better I' Pase." ad, $4 wid- oer p ty re it
S that tihe MW earris ,weru e f~o Rot 1Mb
*. attle's ppo6itsloa lod at aid* to smmmr mad t. col to Wi atn t w*
alht Saturday. The hotel attdanuee that the p-e ase ers wer grIevouaty It
was nearly 8,760,000o sad the xpl poyed by Ind** And crydi s M*'O *h
tio a ere than sdelfle d as promoters. drebt; that somedtes, the oOWSeM *ra en04
l-d am t their to*.*d* a too late f thelI
N weeder that eiiMn e aBoie'r ppr d too ri r t
Us *travagaRt. TOO 49401 JapaP breokttnt, 44 kadre' Qt L era ,
S buadet for m eat r ( 9S40000W, jeotiona we ore sqe '
, while the tentative i ISast tor go f.when t e spluing wheels Wad eM
New York City Aloe ts over $14 / 1oc e0 000 pit edIA by the, *rgr ill
Woo.' ma.a euia9lat .riolesuaed be- ill
wilca'se those who had apas and sirded line
ea wm of V ,1 by haMaew noting in store for i th
F to Core4d"a* the tIrrent year bat b eggary or tarvattoa.
to be gely devoted to the building So, ejo, when .the Art oylRadw old
of roads tohe ag uultl lstulot. presswas a ted Ii had to be dole
At prmnt there e prctially no bed elosed aorl And w thenhe
o', to cm. t.ia oe etemlof The Ls .n Tie.V as
S roads I Cores.A n n1 0- Tal LA100 Tt iu '
B has hu m t bm aht4 Maloab printed Atho "e ed of fite hde .""e '
Spt h~r, prices we 1 w dmbobaeded
T. by QWo106 TorI ot. A*"
e New York ttaw ilwa t Or th saw their oeel0pato. ilik
te. a no d r0i m feored 05 aOtsle. Sietnag adway f thm
S eo whaso t0 1b on u(b re Aeds hi "try, owhm a n ot
by i from tslft lfo t hel w rawr loo~. hi
t O awas put upon themai et the printat
tVof oert bade a long faftwell to the prin
S lms hundred thoeusad tlrea of hn id. but rW bead t W
eveloped land la the State of Ca -h a'lli t ee gre lt Iabo aisnoao
hulls, Mexico, bave bn placed la have gIve* aagreat ep t#to a
the hands of a commission by Lo. *
"e. rI o oale, the rlAtr t individual Where the newspapeN were 'fo r
.an teiooatulst. helageto io fixda
by Ameritoan termers. i ee and twenty page. ao e e |~ae
b tumo totes asa many as eighty. Print '
very now and again we read o are evervywbhl I demand, end thM
some clergyman who quit the mini hours of labor have been shortened
try t1 disgust, giving as his reason ad the prices paid have been verwy
that no man can keep In the minaltry mnuch e ceItd.
and be honest. It is safe to sy that Se how those two Inventors., e
almost invariably the quitter shim n Georgia ind one ft Kentucky. who
self to blame because of his own in. anticilpated Fulton to the iaveation of
o ompetecy or of certain personal tall. the steabot we rid 4ioled by the
*______ GoverYosn oftbhese tlatesa ad laugh
S*d to21 eer about the idea tf iro
The California Club of San Francis. floating!
e0 advocates an ordinance "prohibit And poor Morse, how he was ridl*.
lag the performance of iee by3Congress whob he applied for
plays." It proposes a censorship oa 4 hI M 1te to establish an eleo.
alttee consisting of fve persons rep te ograph Itae from Baltimore to
resenting the mayor, the police, the WashlIgtonl "Why not," they cried.
theatrical managers' assoclatiao, the to ridi ule. "let it eatead on to the
Commonwealth Club and the Calilforn. a014 11
Is Club. And ae how the men who wanted
the Oovernaeat to aid to exporUoa '
Courtesy to bueasees atracts, sead of the Wetera State were aeo td,
boms a tomerW and Is therefore oe a d all that means sad MlaaMe
eOrtat way of attaining buaeas ase. territory w46 eaideasaed as akt ter
O eIa. Take two letrks, moe ewrtees hms. habiltatlo. f
sand obtigitas. the other gS saad tast. And see. te. how we other peo.
te"aUv% and see how tavarably oaW pie thought that the lastlift ats
tlmesso n oM t1e" erk of eas"a& ad
a4-a aa obltgtasg marns to be atarrh Osanet as roe
< waltde om. with local appllsatine, as they cannot
K, * lr1 r reach the eat of the beams Cimarrh
Ramphrte a tethae State prm saa Is rier to eare it yoe mast take
v -et at Key West to in8T baa been laternal remedie. s aU's Catarrh s
to have tB Bo aestabrtaUe s t the rec foly oo the bood a- mvwm an
sr of the hesdIeee -et, Nogt teet Bare Catarrh Cra. i e
fs the remarks that weme mad a eaok meduteie. It was presertbed
we St was lost, one ts due. aay The hI ems of the beet physeleam in this
TtaM-Vosies Short TaShb. eouwtry for years Is a regamlr *

oa* to 0 m 4s dBr 0 the two tawgreitenm |s
Issagf. 9er sadtd ---r ha o 4 9 tank a*o- ter s U ;. (
St of 1eai to1 uw st eo h s bes I-

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35, S50c and $1,4
bMUM0d bdm

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oom!A r 7Sd kg~ l I7
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SOelhtiful Severage, a
Saft StimtUlnt, a
ed Medilcinoe.
'or falt by All Leaodng
klpping MaHseIa

For deto.fled ifMoaiomtsainedules and res'
wa'tiona, a"e. tas i cket A ge 11
writi .mat n o
Div. :mtoysV Pass. Agent,
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The Enil Anla4

The county

palzed In

John Henry
Ida Porter of
tly married at
l church in th.at

Pensacola had '
vs last Sunday ',
r newspaper oW]
hat city owing 0.
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N. R. Reed died in
last week. i lyhthree
a of age and a*Gct-
San insurance for
kze time. '
Dr. N.ilI Alford of Wto has been
pointedd asslsta&t In the
Muied states Malqate 3ev-
t, and has beos the sta-
lonat Mayport. ''
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Florida oysters aw "w being ship-
ed from all the OWGf aNd Atlastlc
os in proximity 'b* d. As
t father igeta iq s t la
he bivalves will -i y hfermas.

A fine house bS*" to W. T.
ord, in Tampa, w gWe 1 destroy*
d by fire. The e*th' issM will be
out o 2.000. They eitA that the
re company was T" ,low about
aswEring the caLL

The long delayed Iro aMp for te
[la (overnmeat bOUlitig have at
t arrived. says TheO Bass, and
Ill immediately be piaed IS posaliton,.
ad th. building will ta soon be
'adv for occupancy. -
Pin.]iia Chaptae o t oe frki"a
'on,,n' Lems g" .M fieuent
.ti, r4 to obbb U- Oaptqr
1'. A lot bwt t-. Mjm

wlty tbhi hI in:MtIi si be
ted. .i
so wt6 of ph"* &alleM
the propose -g |I l ggr UW
county. tla~ I
le been reajes
Sert not

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ra is Pq railwar
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Had Sixty Boils when but Six Morths
. Old-Was Annually Attacked by
a Humor-'It Looked Red Like a
Scald and Spread Over Half Her
Head Both Troub!es are Cured,

"When my little Vivian was about
lz month old, her papa had a boil on
his forehead. At
that time the child
was covered with
prickly beat and I
suppose in rratch-
ing It, her own head
Became infected fur
ji it broke out in boiia,
*jk& one after another.
S She had about sixty
ain all and I ued
Cuticura Soap and
SCuticura Ointment
S |- which cured her 4.f
C them entirely. Then,
time later, her little foot got sore
between the toes. Being afraid it was
sait rheum, I spoke to our doctor. He
aver me a powder which dried it up,
but soon after it broke out behind her
am. They cracked half way around
aid the humor spred up on to her head
muW. on several occasions, It wan nearly
a covered. The humor looked like a
aoal, ve red with a sticky, clear fluid
ooming from It. This occurred every
Ir. think it was toward the spring.
[ ays bathed It with warm water and
Cutiouma So p and applied Cuticura
Ointment w shih never failed to hadl It
up.The last time It broke out wa
w he e was six yewa old. It became
so bad that I was discouraged. Them
I procured a bottle of Cutleura Resolv*
oit which moon cleared it out of her
blood. I continued the use of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment with the Resolvent
t=til she was perfectly well. She is now
about eiht Tom old and has never
bee troubled in the lat two years.
We alo find Cutleura Reeoivent a g prIu medicine and we are Just giving
the children Cuticura Rsolvent Pills
as a boamo. We do not think any one can
praise Outcumr Remedies too highly.
Mr1 M. A. Schwerin. 674 Spring Weua
Ae., Detroit, Mich., Feb. 24, 1008."

'- i I ..Us . Ia DeUmN i m

way. The matter will be settled by
the courts. --- -
The Tampa Tribtune ays: "S, un
It is expected that Tainmpn wiII supply
the entire south of Florida with
candy." An ImporLant ,tep In this di-
reqtion was when 0. H. Durham and
J. F. Stebblns purchased the Tibbetts
Brothers candy factory and decidell
to do only a wholesale business. This
lhaqn has Just recently been made.

The Queen Bee,
The truth Is that throuKbout all the
wonder worklags of the beebivte
queen is little wore than an i
ment. a kind of an automaton. in
doing what the workers compel bet.
to do. They are the real queem In
the hive. and the mother bee Is
the real subject. The workers bare
made ber for their own wise prpOW.
fost as they make the comb and the
honey to tore In It The egg shql
hatched from is In no way dIfferent
from any worker ng. If you take
Oe from a queen cvil and put It In
the orditftry ell It will batch oat a
emmon female worker bee, and an
eg trMasferred from worker comb to
* queeo cell becomes a full grown
quen. Thousands and tbousmand of
worf W el aidt in a bi ve doIds
the sase. anod each of those ouMd be
ite I1 p queeu if tMe worilrs
eom n. ut hbe worker n isaid t
& mal celL and the larva l bred oo
a b IEmm af food w stm. Mat
pewIleC e I tIa. Itreble and
poM to the brve, wbile whis a Sew
8M to waMted a esM h m M y
r lip is built. aad the isrra is
SIred Mke a prio pI through all Jts
- S of etpryo Ne a as&, wit
eood wa aeae am roee w
ml. t w Sm t atwast IM a prfef
asibw M.eVa Nowm's Mepme.

'. r hN bgher
tals e lm rr orio bor tetka

X s, @&. 7M8"t." I aed the per
d~ @@ -INr*T. oo -M9 40wow
year seOW.so I a Ombi is do

Il l e WO UM te Wa- N.
gt e eso Set S 4.e year

*s- am UNW- tog 0 my
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Some of the Wonderful Th1 Iol1
Which It Is Capable.
The camera. whkb divides time latl
thousandth oft a second and r eards
the lmpressiona ot each. makes poerma
nent pleturea ot events which pMa too
quickly for the dull human rettla to
recognize. It Is only through tre ao.
era that the motions uf the %.nag of
flying birds and of the leg of awlt
running anlmalf have been analysiL
To the camera the fuzzy drivers of the
swiftly speeding locomotlvee astmi
out clear cut and stationary., W hl
each Pying drop of rain In thO driven
storm Is distbiet and seems troiI to
Its place. The tarpon Oaberman, ft-
millar with the Irst wild leap of the
frensled fla as It casts book and batn
rfty feet In the air. seee first in the
finished picture the outstretched gtllb.
the convulsive opening and closalg of
which had eeaped blhi eye. boweer
closely he may have looked for It.
Often the eye of the camera will de-
cipher documents of which the wrlttit
had been substantially obliterated bi
age. and I barse successfully copied
with the camera the utterly faded pho.
tograpb of a classmate of forty yara
prPevous and thereby been enabled to
present to a iota led vetehtn a like.
ne atof hi curly balred youth
Changevs in the plrn nut of the skin
umilli everable by the eye tnppear with
dilinuctnea on the sensitive plate, and
It is said that ample warning pf ap
proncbing disease ha been therbmb
By means of the Invisible rays lyla
beyond the violet of the spectrum ob
jects may he photornalhed In the dark
new and, with the ski of the so called
X rays. through batances otberwafe
opaque. When fivo the darkness of
night and storm the forked lightatlg
flashes, the calmert ake a vivid and
permanent pietwr of each ery trail.
Creatures that tuiTel by nbght can be
"eught" to tohe t ef bla seof a amW
neolum charged pitol. the 6aab of
which is of too sbort durato for 'he
creature to move or the dull bhan
eye to retog l the subject.-A. W.
I)imock in Van Norden's.

The following refused and uocalW.
ed fight will beo old to the highest
bidder, for cash, at Seaboard Air LJAe
Freight Station a OGalnaevllle. iM..
on Wednesday. November 24th, 414
noon, toit: One oar of wood Oew
unloaded on ground, having bhes fa-
signed to C. A. Co0l4ogh sa4d reflted.
This sale Is madO to satisfy freight
and other charges aaI" this I'
ment. W. A. BU, A Iaclf
This October ia

DyspepIaI lt our -aUo- ilme4' .
Burdook Blood Bittf is tbk I aUMoMal
C%4e for it. It streao hex s Stemm*
membranes, prOmotes.i w of digestive
Julces, purlte the ..d, blis yo
up. 0 1-

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cetaent Sodalls
All Kins of
Cement Work
Cement Ptsees
Snd Drtves

T( Walli
meW- aie
^^^^ mern v~ wP Su^ b
^bsiue U*

be %rh hed WbuN PIMW- f
so "d somtw ae IV othem
d f thesle that h.00IM 46M A
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^Wne of ear Wane, 1a1US
Afnter I 55. Pam& Iweto r o6m

ft~tia "Tsdsbm oftWS5 bs am-t~~b~

lomeuthaaewest nowsmbs5these

Ietiefe d 6%atw5 3o7 0w' tmld s a o"
P94tA us" or aerm hfua ifodre la. a*tam obb
mea miqetha,4reemmeie It l b mll"A yessa uiVMSu
are mwe"d ow#ses bse'mwoe iemiream" ~hetarI ~
Daine s GassN"sAss ftos.we be. be be sk4Us" tWo,
H TMl! 101ha YOU% OWs9 IM e.. t* #U aw l peva.4i
em" for OUTIle sd scVAw a stkle e, Bofos IM t e4 U
us t 40 Owe tba$to r as 111V -al t te rnainutra q ~ *ild, $8imw
5b seethife, bW or ik a pTeb..s O ao ot epiauft Ma fehet&hhe lr
0*4 4Shepherd, MouiroaeaL?" asmwok &gulfeMolly,
A&f~r 6 OaU ued eof98 00mM' "ThMrough thee ree sumwe Wmi
Noulaewusom io as &rnmd o",ee ii I,.t mmahe ilwa-is th pdft
iag s Goad "odiaofs 'thIe 106 1.8 emeie ely... remedyP

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~: QgS 3S Ma~am ri~ f Outlrn&Mg. Naturalhr
b e o f 1 b A * q~ ~ (
OW Malian GoviiiiL Iq. toldulps *it rrr
h" bouseWife tohfbio i em e go .. n r!ipbg
UM iew ertIhtM aONt he vernt ywrof C r Vepo'qik bj .
alen, at WM t so much of it II hsN to of Britsh 860duvg i
do With the keeplg of a meWldf .l#1' cool O whe d mpus4G btt'"w
WWork, the quality of such servCi sot Uwr mad IaCm. M1DT. was foUA"
bei Mesuted. TbM thi os bee h! thSa r sfterwarC on hay low
senonts always become devoted to te lb a corrpted Iron but an a serfC-
beaurse of hotr bnihtnes~ la nd~ stg' preserved mummy. The~ ~but, te
aolslmug treatment of them. Hag somewhat Isolated mot at oflbpn,
only the o. servant oa doubtful skill 1roNd on blitls tour r Gro ** bh
sed a rcom plisbment s, this hous tawrife the round and hat a aoo ur 1 to !s "
hs to spn4r a g*ood eal of ttime Ina'sntter or nm sbutt'r be0g op.
ber own kitchen. The otbecra Julia one bad ttleo out Th. boU` usM
aphrese bet' appWeclat1on.tlet walrt. tMOW In a tottoo undrki d~*
'mise pnuns, 70' c'lay I@O Jemp qand dctrouer, two
kitchen cotpsdy."-Loulle oTiMp co4 roe argued the uli prkvi
*tmlasusibO. 2The U oafet meowm
Two H&Amltts ed eso e e betavowetlbya comblas
Sir Deetbobta Tree &ad WilIao iOft 81Hof teo 110Pe Maon'Wa"146
M~tt gave JAWdn their psedetios of ben cutnkorww* dry aid lhe
4,1aatiet" almost vneemnosl ieS house :cemheliry hot. tboigb w"
A well knowsa wIt who was *s0edbin vootl~std. while The body w inSW
1upinift of the dual tION tet O S Ass. mm sueuatedaso a resut *"M
clhalantdp madseanvw": "'Tree'.HOW st diorde.
lji b untmy withot mtbeing tulght
but Dartett'"~ vulgar without bohng A Usaquat
bonyl." B____baonYo____fYO_1
Readf, itou 5SJ4Eft *a, UWhan*S
-Ins W& Matm sbla t km s." esiam tdod44s.I wh"m es am as~
"What rfas"be Arg.P"ta theiyingIt Oatom 14.1 a ebit is tsu b
bhat ?I wows. That's therese.werap khmh
I~ n v- 6' -ps I* ILO fsad S.
give ttWh~te'S~s YesM. ugs '
'go ou" that all be Itbe WM Ow t I M gA&A U M
T SU ~ U o u te P O L fo r-d a "

t55ti adaft ssuwsWap2,LeIbPuss m bsuesaft VA a
~ ~m' T usbi' a hets 1 M~OWaws a
Sam 01 S O

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gatmabs wsmustP0111" raft. ~~
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Trade Tak
cure Fu04
aesestion od
ille Boar*-
the matter 0
,ygpose of s .0
shbIip Florid*
Sdesirig te
cas nuotify'
secretary, ai
credited. Vo
control utions
waJnpton ...**
c on ....... *** '
Warren .....
gtbb ..**.... **.

Turner ......
Turner *** *te
Robinson **..

b hands .**
Anderson **..
Zetrouer ...*" t
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Baxter ...***
8. Waldo *.,
Bros. ........**
Broome ...*.
C. Spencer .
prank Clark .
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A. Marks, W.
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D. Warner .*
Graham ....
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One rate and We&t tetar. "
S* On. lks' Club aL rooa.
Hardwood Wtty P ,-k
A$ri rtal
The Diocesan of lorida.
Florida Wi nter Wb Oofterensa,
lie Is conceded to be th NUodesml044 m1geath
Senterprilns a" wel as the most, Three underMashmtz .
Gl Uity In the interior of Plor Two of Wb botelsa n tlwe
Ss located in the very center terror.
fE tt half way betw"n the At. Two wholemtl amin and toa
omit Omif tCome., surrounded b stores
:such fertility as to be oapablt Two wholesale pooery estabils
a great variety of crops, ments.
heWrt of the truckgrowins Water "that hah pad n GaleeleW
and naval stores belt. Sh fitamous."
best edumtjonal advantage. The Ane in thI"
8tat, good churchkeas, wit taide of Jale*0
which s are sperlor to an: A Governmeat g now
Its $Is is Florida. with larg seeted to nest whe0 co16pleg
t congregations; has a 1150,000.
whih cannot be excelled to uarpeaters, MMUL. plaaterer
4 pleasure All these nature panters, prints, nt s
aa", 90oblned with a progress boring men gale ,
nftetprising oo.toupolltal More mtles T ed eets SM
g M, a sure to make a ba, granoe liiuc h .lw iSa
S' toI A In the tBI6 tihe State.
are many natural attractions An $86,00 oft built of britk
proximity to the city, some oi and stooe-a Sstrtetrur--eMt
are Alachua SBink, Pae'. the lawns 0 h a, shrubbey.
i the Devil' Mill Hopper, War Confederateo lmBWiet, et.
'. Cve' sad Lake Newnan. all o01 fai asks It a mest attractive pe-
S are reached by private convey tare. .
Park Stock ar. the largest ArRIVAL AND tPARTURE >
Ivet vestock fm.in the State AlRIVAL AND .^ ARTURI
eight miles weat of the Ot TRAI
s reached by a good hard road '
f S a most pleaat drive.
STbrmer-of Alua soaty. of Published for ils atlIn of i1t
as s t home- board at the samn ..' W.
S ." The teito srs Is very unal t L
sM arcel ever reahtea the nine Lv. Ovrlle for 7:45 a. 3:0 .
i nGmmer or the twetieS it Ar. Ovills frp. :M
The pula.Uo of O l Lv. Ove ,r O s. ATampa IS: W
oEt tlO WI Mt thounta, eeeeata8 oole sn". _ i .*: .-
ly every nationa:ty on the fawe Lv. Ovih om : Ue m7:30 pa -
Sthe earth and strangers alvay, Ly. Oville teeM mJ1 :I86 s:. : a.
with a earty welomes Ly. Ovile tor T.3: o3:f .0 ,
S University of Florlida for ryoun Ly. Ovlo lew Wi J t. 5:68 a
Sand the National Agricultural sBx. m I
t Station are located within Ar. trom t
corporate llmlts of the city. In Ar. Oville tr. MI ate., :45 I
Oainesville has so maay thn Ar. OvlUe fr. Hig~ Mte., lX:0 13 1
t we ust be pardoned If we e Ar. Ove r. Tr ea tc. W :Ao p. 1
1W^ a them In the followtn amuuen
S what Ar. Oa le fr. WU i te., 8:4I a.
Galatville Ha48: Seaboard A Lirne.
Oe artlt. LT. Oville for Jaeua s: Is a. :C;M s
No iNaloone. Lv. Galneeville or Q0sr Key 6:44 p. .
Sg le. Ar. Oville fr. Jaak1it ll:3:N p. 8:40
our batiks Ar. Oville fhm G0* Key I8:1 "
Ntnr dalirl.. Tampa end Jsatdvllle oR. L
' On foundr-
wtr works. I Lv. ( 'ville for py 10: *"m0 Ia.
.. o *mra55s- Ly.OLv. vlile for M y 0 ,
One an dlt. ( Ar. OGrille from MiMIopy St* p p. i
Two tin shops. Ar. Oviltr. San" o ly wae
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la.e 0 vfrity store.
One publi library.
. Two wagoe works
Two pusalfe Oak.
Two racket store.
RAA Two hlaber yards.
One marble worka.
Three hbIU7sMlths. -
SThree wood yardle
fIvo doetal reoo
m e on espree. o0ee.
Free maU delivery.
SPonPr eef markets
r a 24M baurkbehoe.
STwo palte eu-aL,
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becise of her brisluay i.tu anlIs god m et pe iv ad .Tious bu, t. tboa'
U&illateth.cme'ny"Luts~~sms of rbi sln owwbat obled the M p Mae. 90
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contriLutionsf I
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[ i 've ar* di_& o a- es.
| TOT--- Two liery I at d atale"
One crate $a8t thate.
i 1 lOn : ks' Club trading room.
rit C Hardwood NK Plat
IW a Agricutural .I t StaIe.
The Diocesa of lorida.
Florida Winter Uae Cooferenes.
Pive dressmaking stabUieanatk -
0e is Conceded to be thi Natioual Odd 4 OW SmttarKum.
eWterprisInK well as the most Three underti establisluShm
1ity in the interior at Flor Two o( .he best bote n la the te1
it is located In the very center terror.
.ate halt1 way between the At Two whole*sale ias and eto
"tt H Gu Coua t. surrounded b. tores.
of such fertility as to be capabk Two wholesale ocery estabUh
B a great variety of crups. Mets.
heat of the truck-growing Water "that hab pde Galnesvlt
and naval store belt. Sh famonsO."
best educational advantage. The finest OpM eus a the USO
State, good churches, witl talde of Jaceu *
w which ar superior to an: A Government Ing now bea
Sits is lan Florida. with lar eigcted o set when conispR
tent coagregations; basa $150,000.
whteh canzat be exeosiled to Uarpeaters, 1ans, plasterera
end pleasaMe. All then nature paitairs, printers, pchialst W and lW
combined with a progrew boring men JalgM,-
en terprisin costoopolitai More miles o ved sreetsa ad
,ar. are -nre to make a bit granollthic sldewaM tha an) otter
town in the nter the State.
are many natural attraction An $856.000 court low built of brick
S proximity to the city, some o; and stone-- beansil structure-eMad
are Alachua Sink. Paine'. the lawns, lo-s beds, shrubbery.
6-, the Devil's Mill Hopper, War Confederate moainasaml etc.. urrad.l
v Ope, and Lake Newnan, all o Ing I', 'nake tt a 10"t attractive pe.
are reached by private convey ture. .
Park Stock Farm. th largest ARRIVAL AND UPARTURR
livesatockfarm.in the State
eight miles west of the cit TRAM.
rea-hed by a good hard road
6 a rt opaemant drive.
earms-of Alaehbas county, o' Published fer ls egaton of Wt
Galvif lltee t Is thf co aty et seeal lia.
aa bo ae d board at th gaan Le .
Sthe teaerature Ist very Ga Atle Line
lv everreaching the nine Lv. Oville tor Jackoe 7:45 a. 3:341
Il n moer or the twenties It Ar. Ovlle (r. JaokvJt 11* 10 p. T:W A
Te laton of Gainoevilk LY. Oville for o0te4 Tampa 12: 1a
hft t ~oMsa0. representin"
0 every aonaty o the face Lv. Oville tot On Dhe 7: f
t4 the earth, and strangers always Lv. Oville forB1 i 1:3 p. IL,
with a hearty welcome. Lv. Oville for T' it, Etc., 3:3 p.a
University of Florida for s Lv. GrOville tor Wilee Etc., 5:58 p. A
at tt a are located with Ar. from SouitheM r t i:8 p. ,U
corporate limits of the city. In Ar. Oville fr. Mifealy,. Etc., 7:46 a.1,
Gafieaville has so Many things Ar. Oville tr. High 1 kco., 13:30 p.l
we* m o bt pardoned it we em Ar. Ovilletr f. Treant tc.. 12:10 p.a1
al themfla the following OEM"- Ar Oville t. W tc..1 8:50 a. Po
vta at whaI

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Ose vtlt.
dl. No eaJooni.
S One gwarage.
f r hotels.
Pour banks
SPoqr dairti..
I One foundr-
Water works.
SJL Tn eturches.
SOne a pl Lt.
S Two ti shops.
l Thnes bakeres..
to n phystelalj.&
SSix trult stores.
Two tusnmaiths.
-liz reisanranas.
S | of o atess.
nrar STbop.
Masactac 'tIapls.
Tweity eis a.
Two paint VW
For contratoraM.

, I OBe Mcycole somp.
Dmaeball diamaood.
Two Ice faetorates*'
SX-Mre mdee iaodth.
*i On r vo otyamore.
S 0e pebliton library.
Two wagon workL
Two pisalug mihl
Two racket stores.
pi. Two lamber yads.
On. marble works.
Three wood yards.
Me Gin* enpress oaee.
IrV aMu delivery.
a' p bWeef markets.
L V* Two mubue hehools.

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Seaboard Air Uln.
Lv. oville for JackvIe 8:19 a ;s p.
LT. GalaesvilleS to Ouar Kay :44 .
Ar. GrOvlle ftr. Jakili 1.:1 P. ; i40
Ar. Oville tra 0 Key :tl0 i.
Tampa and Jaftanvall0 R.. f
LT. 'vill. teor MI0p. 19:1 a. VN
Lv. Ovlle for Sa 9g City 6 p. V.V
Ar. Oville from Milaopy SIM0 p. i
Ar. Grille fr. Sampe"a Cy 10;3 RItAO

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1676chin your ad to the momwwbsr"
,Then YOU will be so busy "sapit 60 'u.you
wjrpchv tm o bother abot the gew

Sof writing Aftervards take the tYPew
wrb~amauscript and cut out every word
&MdeY hoe trwcmn be eased without omite"
d~aiportnt details. What remains in the
es~Jsa~hazrwilyeftntued 'in the beginximg.

Cultvate brevity and simPlicitya Savou
*~ ~ a hokeL"m~ r smarter but more people
w~f'~eruold "F1rench kpapl" Sir Imea
09eaplanlatiat of gravitation covet& s'*
*~',bu,*the schoolboy's tersv- and h-mel
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MI In ase ity yesowfda as
Wl eal as.ters.
a M oollim will reopen the

) 'Dofr and wife of Jaeburs
te Isity for a short while yee,
I" t 9te tp their beme,
U. 01 hRoDs of abdv
e bAally of her bebat, I.
.. Manni"g, IV North Galneovillea
A full line of fresh a ts of all
Just live us your etilre order
S m it we cannot please ye, J.

d Boring has gone to Jackson.-
4 He is (he popular representative
te "R. J. R." goode and makes this
his, home. "
S4fb htoe, oysters and fresh and
water l oh received from the
I daily. Call ou us or 'phone 3.
iA. Davies A Co.
ew asnins yrup O00 per gallon;
beans i quarts for tic; greens
per bunch gathered fresh every
*loralng. John Choenut's storl.
o lesers. J-. L Medlin., E. Cannon.
jiprold Arnold and James B. Dell
;trmed a party who visited Silver
lngs and Ocala in an auto on Frl-
W. P. Tompkins of Lochloosa was
Gaineeville yesterday. lie says
so rain has fallen In that section
some time and that t Is greatly
by the farmers.
rkv. J. J. Cloar has received his
4 effects from Kentucky. to.
with his horse and dog, and
be located on paant Main street
soon a= everything has been Install.
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Next to Magnolia Hotel.
'e .

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and Properly Dona.

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the bsv trv hajfa~bi
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bats bmfi

aIod .assto PeAMu. he',op
fted WO*, I~N&" *4 ItMICld

eves *d, do~rloms a*ha'*qs .

1'~~~~me& *1 to adover-
0g catvr. .it Isaaadsfromte

aIspenm jesftwfthtwisoVro

9 It withm~uam* t persit
te for a r
hr' yels, Uso, im" buk sawd
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I A IM'sIM Mot OrN-

. at ie wa- iti

J. I. Luther of Old Town Is amo1g
the vTita0 to their ty.
New orki" 00 olu y s0 oeats
ugaleM. W. 1%an o w
Arb"cke's obeeday 16o ps
package. C. A. 4u0ey & OC.
Tw.My-elght pound good roie fir
today. 0. A. Safler 6 Co.
yf kGraham left yesterday for a
sert bualness vilst to JaonovllUe
#'resh mackerel o'ly 10 oeat. Very
n0 for Sunday breakfast. W. D.
^"ean A Co.
Miss Lila n eCllontos of Fort W]ite
was among the shoppers visetint the
city yesterday.
Calfl for Ble JRibbon Vamilla sad
you get the best that, money and ex-.
perlence can produce.
J. W. MoDowall of Newberry ar*
rived In the city yeeterday for a
short visit over Sunday,
The moving picture show will re.
sume operations at the Baird Thea-
tre Monday night, Oct. 25th. %
Now that the rain has come get
busy and get your genuine Florida-
grown seed rye from G. S. Merchant
& Co.
Get 0. 8. Merchant & Co's. prices
on groceries, feed and fertlilser be-
fore making your purchases and there-
by save money.
T. H. Richardson of High Springs
arrived In the city yesterday to spend
the uext few days with his family In
South Gainuvtille.
H. R. Roache. a trucker of Willise
ton. %sa a visitor to the city yester-
day for the purpose of purchasing
.ouniv supplies fur his farm.
A spieciAc for pain Dr. Thomasaa'
Eclectric Oil. strongest. cheapest lini-
ment ever devised, A household
tremedy in America (pr 25 years.
fras. T. 8. MeManus and daughter.
Miss Ivelyn. of Lake View. were
among the visitors to Oafneeville yee-
turda on a hopping expditioe.
We have na frehb groceries along
with our meat department, and are
pleased to serveYyou with anything
in the etuing line. J. 0. Harrold.
Deputy lber&i Brutoa 'refted ye-
terdy from a vtial to Holer. where
he went for the purpose of carrytag
omee county prisoners to the mines.
Conduct w C. R. Carter was Is the
city for a few hours yesterday. lie
is off on a short leave of absence and
will visit li son. Chas. R.. Jr. at
Micalopy along with other relatives
durtg the next few days
You ceed sot be trouble* In anyway
with the stomach. If you wlU Impdply
tabe Kodol at those tlmes when you
feel that youm eed It. Koa"l I sgar
unteed to relieve you. If it ailts your
nmoey will be re Uad&4 to you by the
irugla ts from whom you purehae It.
Try It today oan this guarmatq. olt
1t all druggsta

.W. N, ~.ofrh pui

110 lbI~5dyeand O04a*d
cats- te U5~4 th#a will nas.
full eoW-jl" Autot.

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,hparlrent aan
Ma for Rent.

SWillia R. Steckel
Chas. A. Falrclotk

Be~h@ t~V~nt &Co.

andbe ugt~pdallforthme
and In S 04 ai 1

home ',-Ok on avike~-.
4augi*.' Ws iL LA IA(b*KWr---
is p'htecity maw l to
vani sotovtin00 herealty intf'

00e't th btA e hd s"

beef IS oatik. be oftPhWO4e4

sr ........ ol ..
have, a ut b~t~~etoI1M

me eMam 4t tome far tat

rouat tt

rAs A te 4o.

J P. 9 a, nh Md J. I, Rives left
ypterday for ata Feto
the n ae trtse- aly a tt"eg the
StOatae ft iuv Baptt AssM.uteo.
whleh neow at that pewa. iU mt ar

large .m"bu of charges and alwaa
receive a targe attda oe. '
W. 0., egashk, a roeaSo tipska
and M. mMh 9tll po tE, othe Tn
p0sate Othat goe t 4TWO
coma saestio, wnth eaot*e Tisites
to the eity yetsiseay. saoa that
tbe larger are MAy bausy w thAtir
hlant sei thandtllt iaw toot
n fat, thbee p o thatrplaoe
this fall It the u th e 1t-sab
We have a purcot dn the at t -ad-
Dairy and thank te old oatomeas
for their liberal patrasage. oi Tby a
strict attention to baslnas we, hope
to give satisfaotlo to the ne est
also. We solicit a share of the.pub-
lie patronage and ask that you 'phone
333 tor fresh mUk. crem or butter.
Prevatt a Oversteet.
H. M. Whitfield of Bell. Qgt of tle
planters of that olae. hor
here yesterday. Hie t ays tht the peo-
ple are all happy and ooteatet la
his section and that buinaess looks
better than for a anuber of uaobths.
is fact, the whole of the western saec
ion is Improving, as the stills and
mills are again op0aing up for besi-
ness, which makes money plentiful.
8. .L Davis, the Uveryman, has re-
turned from the markets of Tennes-
saee, where he haa been for the past
several days purebasing another car
of horses and mules for his. ever-In-
creasing business. Hle States that the
stock are expected to arrive today
Uad that it will be the Anest he has
ever seen In this eleon of the South
U4n astitutesh allt hlo., for all phr-

A. L Brost of Kay West, who is
now located li. this e"y tn the es-
1Ay of the Souther1 Bell Telephone
.ompany. has reetved a number of
pictures of the detruetlH wrought
In that city by the Iastp store. Amng
the aumbewr is the deastnrction of te
fht btouwe and Af station in the
shape of souvenir potat., and he
to expecting a amber of others
within a short whie.

MM.. ClYt. oMe of the hustling
and energetic merliats of Otter
Crmk. was among the buato-a vto
itors to the city yelsteray. He state
ttat busiest lan that part the p a,
try is on tbhe teer en ad that aue.-
anuts antit*ae a hAMvy biu treo.
Mest eatlatetory prites have been "
eetved for the Mnte arm produeta
raed thelea bet thbt printepal sup
pert eomee from t piatae sad tim-

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sil p lb th ikk ts
WUANC 0.. 7a Q
placed Ona b88tof.9
other CmOPAf w teo teo
OAuNBD dlt1,7tOO more
COMPANIS oambinMod 4m b
pm to the Sftt. Its polu iaf ae
pin busia~tws j traets. fee* an
toenifcaitesa. 'or whof* or pra
timne agents sa attqtive agreeardt
wUl be made. or the whole territory
cae be dispoAed of to one repl.
sestative. Apply W. ORUMMTgT.
Room 46, White RHoae, Gualaestlle,
S to ia a., Satuardr and Moaday.

rtOR tAL3- Spewrtar rtbbus, boO
0opy sad reterd. 1 eseatc.
fum smee.


x (mmi

rlenced sales
to right party.


Ven-room, house
Splly to J. A. Phifer.
e In South Ga
.A1fter connection.

litroom house;
ter and bath:o 11
-. A. Wenake, City,

l Shipman, MBana
ble rooms at reha.
SRoomers wanted by
1RUates reasonable.
six-room cottage 1
le, all modern as
At' $10 a month; also O
on West Libeft
per month. Gainestilh
'*- P||E~fl~tf O palfny.


ht-room house; el*
W b tb. Part emsi. balau4
to sult. A. W( flekt City.
ipehmtwa Plank's Chill To Al
~ to cure rnalarl%
iele.Price '21.5 ents ~
.~.MIE.~'i* W.M. Johnson. bell

a Job office is
calling cards

the place to



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-Ioft Wit, Sde Court Housa
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