* S .1 .
NY, N. yq
cation of d4
O te, but his
he United 8S
iBe on from .
daIy ago hisb
that his ph
7 to die at ayf
r for several
days ago JustlU
about the bomfe
ance, whiel si
Judge Pec d
Sof the death o'
Issociates a g-
hl circles, o.
ions of regret
la N. York.
M). Sw York,.-
had ben on tbe~ .
%a a. received tpe
of a ait,.nmpt at JtMl d
tka d.u: i last we*ek p
y and I 'ividsom, atd the
*,d n,'arly effected t
I th, re disTovereOL.
f %I'a- could bej e
I1 t at I old am ge
26nd I a'son a"d'
m (aw eat e$etWh
t n t. .orrmm '4i
hr Ir ver d
Ssa a' the e
UK e.-w td(4b
vow Nowa ~ ad O sl1& mnsmeal at the duty a dm114O"SI W f gg. -kILJ 0O
-dwit 1111101a esinllhehel ha.reashed Istohew NO aw owoEmmpla. i doh id. Ju IN Ow e SMS
fEw U ts bams ft Eahe a- oe ib0 is Wiliam a s ne*0g
&M tw aw hean ed ebw U la15 t fthe wa bee km M at1te b m .~'
i m smaeiprstuble by the NowE t 41011 e am ot 0 "; felirno
& kmhop AUSdaty 60 tbs e rwaded'. M" sothe bkmse A o:wn 4p a*
We=& a He usllsms VU *Ofere 0'0 IPORONI "
Srtwey taIke- mospi. iw edi ib j
IL a h owef"* hei we"M bom"0 m bo
Mm *S* *0
Now"" 1~b" o
Ai Vd&n~to 0- r-
G: AINESVILLE JILORIDA, fSDAY, M S
MADE THE FOUND TRIP.
JUDG E Tampa and a ItsParty Visited
The Tamnpa a-or lists, who WON
Joined by a party m Ganesville e i
Sunday mornialL iade the round trip
there during- Silday, having wet
Over n live bourt ile consummie -a It s
Spea. andeGave Tiee !Ih-two b "l l to-L
Speak and Gave iiB ken up ina inspectioOf
oS O Office. Trhe fna deai I .ricrence .
the route for the 04durance race -to
gamte from the court of appeals of hise run from Ta to Jacksonv Nio NEW YOtK. Oct. .-The ctton ie* 000,9 s tlt .I
native State, a position which his will le decided t ltit in tI'ampi. l et slow. -oLtwhat ttr i I. I
r before him had occupied. and a party re ties the Gaine -. pAm a t imso eno t h ettMer. oI
Mr. Peckham's first office was that v lle r to mobi ~ e e visit thie ma u t tl th.t t 11" "
Of district attorney for Albany county. Should C aty to se letig arin g t of
He was elected to that position the official uill prove of u 9mo t all 9 q 0( rw t M 1
1868. He afterwards became in suc- e icial rotat prove of tl for ourtiallt Th-
18e.ssion corporation counsel for the benefit to the city con4ts In late mst co0sp leoupau s at ivity la i
Sity of Albany, member of the supreme years, for it wtitl be the estab. < eh o an goods. It I
ort of Albany, member of the a supreme s lished route, sand a few years till 1 m the reoulte ep the pof ast* M
t of the Stats and associate le be bard will line Itabout inNumber .
ties of theState court of appeals. He entire lenth. t would Oi e tinbte m ( oa t......e. the d .
yas the last of President Cleveland's ethe leth. of large t would of tr Uhae followed thet ala se
Dtocratle appointees to the Federal the means of a lar e rom the Noft p bae Uollo whe at hre b
nsprime court, Chief Justice Fuller PIS who come here'fro s the nding oe*ie pn re f # A e t ;
and Justice White being the other wth theirr ial spending memo la go e ven m ade e a
two. He took his seat in January. time in Gainesville., 9t11 M a kl0 g large 1 1 1l oatte"t S i.. M^
ti w All of the autoitd of the city are ma otr eeoeema euvut. v hl .r W41
a A His chief distinction was that of enthusiastic over t M rte. attd wm il a some of tbhemot PaO.s e 00 Ws 9q44
gi1vig his time exclusively to the du- use every effort to have Oainestlli beot managed ttMho te Wente is ou1is tO*a
tiss of the court. He accepted no out-selected, for it seee that this cty sting trade, that have et lab.kel part n se r e
s of thein consurant attendance o uti e dertl Im otuld not lt e
court, and he gave the most care fere to declare thlat i avalid, sl m
afl Atteation to all matters before It. bey were so unrmeAibly low to
He was married, but wlnt little Into be coufscatory. 0 reult of tMha, t
society. Unlike others of the justice. Je.lslon ws to esa Sthe return of ".
he accepted no invitation to public severall million do to o&ur t e rs9"M o f
It functiodis, and made no public ad- f gas in New York City.
Sdresseo after taking his seat as a sewral of Mr. Pekbhaim's corpors
tstlece. ion decisions dealt 1iU the SheW as % & u '
l ti Cases involving the rights of cor. anti-trual law as ap d O t nd 4 -- -
dp poratiius received especial conidera Trhee included the utat traft d MdI- t to s: lnu traveling oftr the and buy flor t& 1 tAwil AV ,
tot& at Justice Peckham's bands. ad the tranM-Miourlt cat. b Imat J have obseW"4 that ataMt ev. year thereafter.
e us was the author of some of the which be held the law Ito b te.pIti .'e & & r has from 10 to 150 I know of so lnwt' ent that l
court's most noteworthy opinions of ,|Ie. le also prepared S d serta y 4 de trees around the barn,. yard aid o .ry and rare ibvested la A If
Recent date along this line. Amonsi e opinion of tbe court i tAM al s the puble rod. They usually can tr NMot M e
them may be mentioned the case of ,f Attorney-onenel eYomag of MiOem eolaslt of oak, wild cherry. swe.ot sum. II o for the beseMt I01 tI (Miat
the OCcnsolldated Gaa Company o O iota. In which It was held that the eMlaberry and oUter tre., all worth. after they are deedo h ve
0011 New York, in which he held that .'edeial courts (foulid uot interfere with ile except fqr shaid. ft la very com- wat ten, twenty, er 114 '"
W while rates fixed by thp leghalaturt .hl, execution of the State c(rts mendable In the farmers and very r then have to die to Wi s. fo l
W "" t -eLIll unconstitutional state law. 'eblng to the traveler to wee plently policy is 1 ,cutlail, ker l
J udge Plckham's bearing was dUistla- of badp tri-es around the hon.1 aud all the time. uIt mnowm tan
0h :uled. and bhi manner asfable. His to iqee both ji.dep of the' public rias pecan ltree' b Hat life lae .
lof K elley 'air and mustache% we-re o101w white, lined wfth phiado tree-w Nothing add first cost of II per tiree if t e
Ptr-^*l t i-d his hair longer th.,n hair Is usual mo,0e to the Itauty alin comfort of the varietlsm of grafted troe, sid a I
y worn. His features were clean-ct. home and the general appearance of a,(nual care, and within four yel a
pCiL A 0 together his bearinK and appearmso the aotalry they bq"s to tpay batk an au1s e ''
lwerle thos e aof high breedlia, ad he fl ehy not plant jree for shad. prolt. whie wtll incrllae anualy mu
would have attratsed mttleUoi Is aiy ,bat bhav great e onsuilc value as for a llfe timam.
re' l age. He was an agreesat an sd ol a bas ing as gNd for shade as |hu Agaten a Uttl, S pposew y
y un- Information by a negro trusty. who OtertaWtV e Iatlomallt and ebe above-ianed tree.? have only mn quarter of a li a ;
Olty In was on the prema e., sd It Is stated highly poplar with his ailoctas. The ieranu tree to a beouUfifl ant rid -i d- f rd euntlla three"
Mesr. that bad It not brtmi for his t.i ly While sOs of the 1felat1s 1ow here ymmetrical tree. It is as hardy and the fan, a e I road is or sho u
itas wart hadning th would bae h i d- their would discuss t probable ieeor fre. from dlfear as the oak. snd I be forty fet *idte. and you plat Vw-
tt part Justee Peckham -seb declartas ifeve %ill lie loge r than mny df oe two fep apart ~a Sie 5
e pe e ape. rcton a I : tht It would e a loatlon a o the the iobe ve-unaed iwrei. 'hi pm an tes road In the i ee e fprsr ir ts
S tken for their on .emet unt proprieties. tbe names o(f Ire N. grows on most auy soll in the tit give you to trees; thhe plant 2 m
S was taken for their confime tl .i:.. fudm)n of At. lAu.s; foarer S rty pr .ales and i the e.n.t valuable trw aromad thaw bose sad 4i s, am
had dispolsit informadeti of their athe. if ar Iake Wrixht; the prensst tre for itt fruit aprduurt, thau t ale 100 I tre. In I.l, .t 9190y "
K l T lormalon was very mgre, seYretary. J. M. laIdkleol; Hery kuowa i'this rcoutry The are' Thee Ir.s, witbh d we e, wtI IS
ad tal tempted e Cal. H. Wienges M. itoyt, coiuna*Icior for t ate t) De- .mt' trees In thins wetin of orld s0s per nma the pl s llatmelt eWItv;,. :
ghe and aOd same to Clerk t HrWiende lirnet slid olrltor eaeol ho lb wh ih iat pudate nuually fti Pb to year fp., In vyers, or eves mere, s-
* Wik through letter fromr friend living oose admtainsttn s,. and *eijM. 9ee worth t A Ialf dome l a th" e ( ee|d d tee year tr ',
Inledti Palatka. r;,4ne al flowers t t.e beu pirMnl- p te4d *ro sd4 th. btek yard and .. n -d*"' '
.'llr-.-A w at ad.w il7 l, iupi nentilv meltod l. 4n w I. l* yeAts P54r t- "teiw eMtiaa -- >"
tees I t.l el-i^ l^.TO p s .
t MWill1 Sa ve matt er wall
to Rilroads ""--"- Lg
1 -- aTIA W .out -5se.(a
fnl^SLnnme .1_ ass*^ se<- e a fear HAJSTINS, M. OrtL M-Th -*ar masteethida s Mle tho ( ato t I1-^ ^* ''W l!'*1
Ia Any Way.
e 'pet w ith fou l p a
ia It is assed itht a plot
Slke formed a numbther
is de r mot dlt. nt
wifeaw tMt b wt the
't the h of t01 pti e*t
bole ase NOW, sad *tatt
Sw u m ar a I e a
hlleafathe sorrivg of the
by Deputy NaelMte'Nbft
I0. the.oltims of itn SOeO
f -to WaNe t*edbellet of his goodl
6 a*4t he has et with foul play.
'A'.HA Walker and a number o1
Mutis ave made- a mt ioligent
for the mlsjlng man but have
M able to find any ebe that
oudM throw light upoa the eame.
11. wife states tiha bhi habits were
oft the best, and nothing had occurred
in his domestic relations to cause him
to leave In.this manner. He was fair-
tll alttuated, living upon his own
IlholtIMtad and what spare time he
liad from his home he was engaged
.H46 cutting cedar for the many con-
tractors jbo operate In that section.
WILL HAVE GRAND EVENT.
;iT>n Speake Interestingly of Marioen
Mason Tit of Ocala Is here on a
L abort visit to his parents and in the
S40nMatlae to tell bhi numerous friends
S *Abot the griat county fair to be held
;Tb that city from November 24 to 26.
is, states that a lurse of $2,000 has
been raised for the races alone, while
"the primes for farming products will
be apportioned In suth a manner that
a groat number of i remiumls will be
oaio qxtra flur entries have al-
tdy been made for the horse races,
Sand thi feature alone will attract
Many thousands of people to the
Brick City. The Interest manifested
locally .by the ,business houses and
citizens was never before at such a
pitch as at present, and he thinks
the coming event will be one that will
place Oeala and Marion county far up
In the ranks as a farming section. and
all who attend will be highly pleased
and entertained during the three days
-of the fair.
MEILRO8E, Oct. 6.--A special
meeting of Melrose Chapter No. 17,
0. R. 8.. was held at the Masonic
hall on rliday night oa the occasion
1O the oelal visit of the Grand
..atrov, Mrs. 0. D. Bruce, M. D., of
Tampa. The ae(.4*Ing was well at-
%ttded aud oue candidate aak Initlat-
-g. The naet regular meeting will be
,f November tth, at T p. m.
The cutting down of weods and gen
tm Gleanlag ap ot, the troema hbo
The Melraee-WaWo tele ephme ea
s being put ola 4od ad win be readyW
Stir use once more by tW ead of eest
The banta e Twtnaputatbam Co.&
will pat lBa phfe at H. Jackeha'.
Mrs. Ge Loomey. Pairbam; Ga...
SIe la towa tor a few days mkinag pre-
perstims for the opening of Phi Bigma
College here ahout January let.
Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlina tre.-
od a amber of tfrtls to a ee ride
In the "Diate t Frday afterkeoa.
| The Me4rtse Masftacrtagr Co tot
a valuable horse lest week.
lHtvet. eeama. Itch or salt regt
Sets you cray, Can't bear the teaUb
a of your elolth Doaa's Oiptmasat
e r thu mot ohttuao eaae. Why
W ^ AU n~lN9Nil f, p '
,- 44 -.4*.
* p 4~~~
ish every tissue g
faIl to do so in a
IIusAed. Please try
ito Be Sol
It Meeting at
iCAMSAS SAD TUIS
(Conatiwd from Page' One.)
acob, or .*,00.--Bor terhap than
the batlae of your farm. Does ths
look to ymu extravagant? Well, I can
prove to you that It is true. Anythg
is worth the aiolat on which It will
pay a profit of 16 per cat. It tls uite
common for a good grafted tree to
produce forty pona4s of nuts at 10
years old, and thbb't varieties never
s1ll for less thaift dats per opnd,
or $10 per tie, whlpt would be 0U
per cent on the above Valuation. .
Now, Brother farmer, why not-
down some of the worthbide.t
along your roadways and around the
house and barn, and plant some oholwe
ipecaus? But you say It takes too
long for them to come.into bearing.
The grafted trees begin to bear as
quickly as a year or apple'tree. But
others say, the business will be over.
done and pecans will be worth noth-
ing. Croakers said that about apples
sixty year ago and yet apple orchards
pay well today and apples sell higher
now than they did then. Let us all
plant ptcauns for shade trees.
F. P. HENDERSON.
TO THE PUBLIC.
My White Friends and Patrons
I have Just put In a complete ma-
chine at a heavy expenditure of mon-
ey that will make'old mattresses good
as new and new mattresses as good a
the best. All work guaranteed or
money refunded. Give me a trial and
beware of so-called mattress makers.
No. 11 West Union street.
Purehad ndel Pperty.
I. Baird has purchased the badel
property, oam *t Matp street north.
and will at e* pammmeem the Is.
provemest of the pia. While ho haa
not fully decided it Is more thea prob
able that he wMl Completely meaodel
the hoaue Ior a bem aer his Hlty
and remove them frf AIrreddoe
TO CURE A OOLO IN ONE DAY
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Q ialne
Tablets. Drntugts ratd iomey if
It falls to re It W. Oroeve's lg
t(re is oa each box. te.
Have yar tatmer meattly rtinted
at The m eofftea We emr a w& t
eodte td k a td obest dIns"
whh ar plto at remamnale MAA
fotete# 4la dU bond a *L I
Alex Houst.o, recle. riv g f
the streets, Ofelted his botik
Boise HMghs Wta .
Mack M.Crmmamge aptd Bdgs;W
got their ee continued. ,
arrested for rectees driv4ng a`d
Ing the liba at the depot, "d were a'
rested by Policeman Owes.
t of Litte Lewie Oanmn.
On lOoober w1, UtI Lw W.
Oaueroo son of Mr. and Mn. W. 10.
Camos, dtpd at bhis hoe In Board-
roan. tri..s ,VtRn.,. au awt only a
r day.t moor. h
th a d eoted father. a mother
Old "W. *a era. ildes a
taregi aubep "f ot~r ,ititWveC. -The
d40'b at S ltti iat a de gloom
him, for he scatter unashlne and
made many trieuds wherever be went.
He will be greatly missed aot only
by his Immediate family btt by every
one who knew him. We extend to the
broken hearted father and mother and
each member of the family. our most
profound sympathy, and may the Su-
preme Ruler help them to bear their
trouble. We feel that his passing was
only falling asleep at Jesue' feet.
Rev. Wadell conducted the funeral
service at the Molntohl Cemetery to
await the call of sA tavlor Oe the
resurrection morn. glorious to go
Into the presence of God, where the
Lord Jesus has reigned supreme In
life. 'Ti consolaton Indeed to thoee
who weep when they weep not as
those who have no hope.
A place is vacant In their hearts,.
A voice they loved is still;
A place Is vacant In their home
Which never can be filled.
Call not back the dear departed,
Anchored safe where storms are
On the border laid we left you.
- oom to meet ad pa no more.
When we lea this world of changes,
Whed we leave thi world of are,
We shall 8n4 thoq gome before a
In our Pather's measloe &r.
A BROTiK [N CHRIST.
RoebheUe. L. Oct. 4 iW.
*igWhty Oe~r WitH Snew.
Who y a that biad of weather
ftoreMast you ko that rheumatism
water Is at hatd. Gt ready fr
It now by getting a botle of Ballard's
8aow Llalmemt lnst thing made
for rhenmatIsa. deblalns. frost bite.
sore and atmR jo0tsa and muscle. all
aches ad panas. e. see and $1.00 a
bottle. M by W. Johabon.
The fe oftoe O wMas Mrf.
11MedPJAINs thc4into ews a lg-at
aighp Tbbp eeIN* ft Lctadsam
rwerP JaUN emembefth: Anu's
&awft liea h wam rns, Seade
shekebdL.ft smred apee
bft sh. bleed;h-0 1 yey
sios are offered
kRe 012 o'clock noon,
rWeserves the right to
W iOointer and Sandwicha.
belp, etc. Feed Storn
4 "r 1ula, Peanuts and Pop-
rAehg; News Hanl and
tv hop and Bootblack
Se try and Tre*a
At, d, K a
Hihetp*sap i feegv- and othip, Produce.
& O~ll et~~p(B~y~O~ (sS~ JIra, rIeI. COCtOI
~, w~ ~ ~the Very Best gooda
~*atPues, u~W~~ihcicm&I gays.
-- -~ _
Rates, $1.00 per c:ay and up. Raths-
Ikeller and Cafe In connection.
a. P. THAGGARD
RATHER & JORDAN.
J. C. ADKINS
ot 10"w best iI1~t
ime p his liome '
~ a day ma.%K
~ In Sound olD-
..P A' .TFL..
I ... .. .I .. I p -
^" ^ ^^^^^ ^^i^^^^^-wi ^y ^^*^* T-gw I f^ *^^^ =r^^
Fire Life and AqOp
A- .. ..
.AI Y(IIqUA. FLORIDA
. -. '*,
Is Shek old MisS '
" I ,4
L7. T"", L
I ~ II
jpehn 4, ey Iay. 1Th, pWs hite`
lead- paint" is- 1L."' a~:~t a x
poase, fur It ethlay 4usasin kf*Kf. it
wears so much noqw %now ch"Wpw~mbltfta.
Puro WhIt. Ld
(~kirtts S vwa wed***u)
is Sit sai'le 1-Yall gmAt'dealers. If
ytmn' dou2-.'t hajve it writo- us and
give hIMis.ae We Will whit you fYU~
al-x our limm-meoenn' Nintie
Outfit No. i, cmvEnlng a bea:ti
- i biaA of qcokw jr w
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
wl III Broadway New Yo&,k.
1p NOW PREI
er ou M4
would show 4
I believed th
attin tie G2
efird donors t
e ris'i l offof"
oitlon for theUl
We in uilfor/.
and as tZ '
y every inei
re such prlses I
38 to tee them I
ek week from it
ke the trip U4
ies, and in the
qualilded will 1
I the number
is in Jacksom l
II. Waters was
by Deputy Sh
ot which was
Nrd out of . .....
any number U
st the killing f
but this is t1
will have ateai. ,.
II to be M6e14
rs plead guilty to
'be killed the
St hts houh .
A Shakh If
0 allbe very a
is are concernise W
mes to chills IMB
L Quit the qi 4
t o ,,,rmful
as taxes. If -
SURVEYING PARTY MOVED.
Camp Has Now Been Pitched Near
Newberry for Present.
The Government surveying party
under Harry L. Fisher, with Mr. Nor.
ris as draughtsman, and consitlting
of about twenty men, have moved
their quarters from near Kanapaha to
a point close to Newberry, In order
to be more accessible to their line
They are engaged In a survey that
at present is being run from the
mouth of the Ocklawaha river to the
Old Suwannee river, and the proposed
4ine crosses at a point near Kanapaha.
- This survey sl made by the Govern-
ment in the interest of a ship canal
which has beed agitated conalderably
In the past number of years, and the
reports will be made to the (Governi.
meat when the matter is finished.
-The advantage of such a waterway
through the center of the State would
be qf untold advantage to this sec-
tion of the State. Besides it would
prove a matter of great raving to the
smallerr craft and lessen the distance
tbat Is now traveled in order to c'ro.is
from the Atlantic to the (ulf.
W. M. Johnson Guarantees Parisian
Sag. to Cure Dandruff, Stop Fall-
i, g Hair or Itching Scalp or
But Parisian Sage is more than a
cure for dandruff-it will make, hair
grow un any head where the hair bulb
is not a'together .dead.
And .w, want every reader of The
Sun to kn)w that l'arisian Sa,,' I tile
*most delightful hair dreseinKg ill thi
world. It Is o pleasant to ua.e, and
.La effect I. si) invigorating anid re-
freshing, that it pleases everybody.
Many American women are as wpse
AS their French ioters, and that Is
why Parisian Sa., the quick-acting
and greatest of all hair rentoreis asid
tonics, Is poA hbaslig such a tr.inmUn
dous sale in Anmeilca.
Parisian sage i sAold ,) i-aditiv
,druglos e%ryLvwh.re and in, (nir-'
vllle by W. M Johi')li at ;, ce-it it 1
large bottle. .'luil ordi i' !;lsiii' ;'I
charges p'j'reald Iy .,- .Asiio rira'.
makers. Glr,.u M fg ('o, >t"aiK
Girl with the auburn hair Is on every
I ..,lJ cCmlIT "ONDAY.
Key West Suffereu Tender Their
Thanks for Donation.
The Sun Isl In receipt of the follow-
ing letter acknowledging the receipt.
of the" nioney collected through this
Iaper and which was wired them on
"Key West, Ph., Oct. 23, 1900.
"Editor Sun: la the name of a'd
as the official representative of the
people of this city I desire to express
to you our hearty tanks for your kind
donation to be used to relieve the
distress of the poor.
"As soon as practleable a complete
list of the subscribers to the relief
fund will be made ptblie, and our'peo.
pie will-always gratefully remember
those who come to the assistance of
the poor of our community in the
time of their affletiloe aud distress.
"Very sincerely yours,
"J. N. FOOARTY,
"Mayor of Key West.'
WILL ASX FOR APPROPRIATION.
Alderman Goodwin Believes That tCty
Should Make One.
Ald'eru.an (IdAl~ n stated to the r -
,orter (in M(uday that he would at
.iie next regular ecotlug of the ( it)
council l ask for an approprilatiou fy
-'inargency ( aPes in the city.
lit' Aa.0U.e V that ti.U. laSt two ca.um
which were reported, one wherein as,
old whiti, nwan had l;een allowed to
.tie for want of attention., ad caused
. ;iim ide.rahle ('onil'tlt :!iad he believe
;hat withithhie queistuin agitated as It
AU Ili' I.runnel l woild rieadilly make.
ciH p'rovit-14 III Iml.r. ta'(tr.
Il'rli.i Iii' ito r--,' ,i a yo'ar tlwher
% I'. it'*. i'ur et iii ua-t.n that air
irmts lt ipin t'e 'ct and he think
:..t ( oullil be. it reasonable all
,.roiriaflon to set a'til for the proper
care' and treatment of the unfortunates
who are within the con0fnes of the
Greeting to Cur Customers.
We control thre' fruit, cold drink
.sid -olifetloiorr)r ttr. In the City
s, "r% dolhr paid Ip imid no tI.rrowed
'.ilital. and wish it l.tntlntly under.
t UKl e* are run1 ,'i salinlt lhe.
T'r lst Hi tl.r talirt .. itore" Wr
.i.l I4i re'v nrti i.as chwAp ald
ca' h. u;'b -r tI'ni I *ill. We ar"r
r oe to tLt It* .r' tftlly.
A\< Il4 A n ARI 'Ll .
bI~PV, .. -- I p. q.a..u.
net Heavy En ugth to Do Any Damnage SgtwdaIIfyor eul': t.: 49 WAt noe
voy ig T rk'Suck. no h.* til S, it you 010 )in t i : w bd 40 hg oo
i-iTrccarn fowd do ac a tAI d 'IOUsea.. t a a
A er ig i t o I m n ti- d l 1) It jt P. '. #1 'n it 5 e~
arwly rhseps tothis city Mood~a r ..' ii. rms.That;* tMe r- LAe yoor Lab
b&g bet It was hardly heav. son'cugliIs ailife ng. r PRO,)pa 1&0"aceNos tMm
go so may 4%nge to yoouag nd t,.'infr Give It Wbh.'s Crmeams Vs5'3~e 1t
inSWAbSioch' as bans and iwav will expel the WoIU and gae steal
j Ine oms*althe low and uniortorm"i' kwhtt~bw Sldby W.Itje. ..
plants snIt seiunhed the POWAO tnd~n's, on
also ho rlj 1taoA Is,lafut n $w e*S~~aS
low ad..but outside' of this 4,%"uAIE more grasolthle uhdeuvahm an bw~
mejthmS was roportod from the truck fig &1 0ajs&4 ast ina roet. imam
em The th'bmitiowe tOCIettr'd 4!tb. h"uInllPSeCOA PSIK dAft" f#
]liot'for oth. T in bfe1,hI.,V eseinde,
214" W1010111re troebed with bid with the-re-Sult 1t lat 53do&e blok
euMPWL O Wa, a you knew C'7 ise#)W wina iprewo-f4 OW The hot*$
00 nas MA*Toofa**ldieshAwp of this 1.@uolar a&d..,slk,
U. tyen vitke Dowitt's
$mew d P.EVilaakwdbdise~d.
~~ ~ be mteed" ON ooMrMA bs
I~ 7 piDew;'-,Va. ~by all
1YOM ae be0 #tA be Itr~i4sS tbmw10 wa
Iswti ihe sionwh~. it yeaolwN do*
take Ke4o attheme tlme ubm pw
leei thatyon seedIL. Edi boPS~
Iam,"e to moo"e'?m nIt I b2
so 'yaIII berefwusde1 o ortdo
&*We" t fom a w Fe IN ft I
-fry i It aS?05fthisgliON&.
A NEW DAHLIA ROYAL
And YMe'ouliatltho j IN'
COP askrphcuSiM. MCI
by the Kqestoo*Sqhft .
your grocr dooom't -ta. to ow"l
oomethin 'ust M #A-s~4v
Htave our wage iS IVAU t j
dsfly Sand bo MU=-b,
840" "s Om-wI
* *' ;*
PURPLE IN COLOR.
-- ~I' ,I N i$fM
JOSTON. Mass.. Oct. 8.-After If.
Levn yeas of experimefttiag, during
which time be met with mmy fallU
ures, Albert R. Johnson. a Bay *tate
business uma, bas raised a e w 4dW
fa royal purple In color, sad t uf
esquhjite shape as to be ilIed.
florimculturltso as the o s ofdl
aihllas. The only rewalrd
is to be permitted to ma Ie the4
lower after Mrs. Taft, aMb he il
awaits the reply feroe the evuwl '
White House, where he mat evWn)
of the beat speelmeas by spectS) alo
ifser. Ralslug dahlia Is JoaM'st
bobby. A' grocer by oeeupetlma, he
is a florst by cboteb. and witlMt the
past Afteen years he bhas neeedn d
to produelfs various new speolms
of his favorite lower. But amn of
thee ever equated bli royal purple
IT WILL JAR SOME
To find out after ywvti'%f poirletd witl
your nioiesy that lltie Iro1'rty It paid
for has a rnul) title nd that vu.,
haVe a6on.1 *eS|'iis *'. Inl'gl i i lltla
tiloi ah lad oW >oi
Avoid makiik iuvr.lniits in rural
ietate without anm nbstr4t -It's tak
Ing long chantis-m without any sat'el of
Demand always an abstract drawn
up by us aud you'll Im thoruiashly
posted by accurate information.l
AMHUA COUNTY AiSTUCT CO
With bthe way your lret,, at.* cleaned
and pressed. Your personal appear.
Ae goes far towards tlrrtaaing yomr
galery. We prese >ayjr resthe ln tkO.
Mtet style and guarantee thby will ot'
Suit Dyi g and4 LadIe work *r
KOM I KLSAN KLUI.
)f(St W. Mai SWtreet N1
Dr. A. Dolan
Ma ,lia Hotel (hi*n itlk
LWeV. I. W
y* A~ *^^j*K.2 S6 ^^ .LD.
Sam, lgLSA4 I4kS
c"0p1*16t1 MON. t. 1: 3t
1*1WIW alst Mule to 16S.. W rsssl7
At Mrs. MsCermieks MIUlS" 041 4e
lere. West sid5 eg.' 060me
square, Goievlo s, low lot"
*.vI up mintrAIS. Unumr
-a VI l..v Ari.t aDwie 0e5
lie K If#Irop a
A. W. LiWIS.
JOHN F. FOUK.
LEWIS & ROUX
ELECT R i IA lS
A p i. mf
NeW. to Magnolia Heotl.
All Klade of JAletrii Wtee Premptly
and Properly Dene.
Ustcr well a Sa"600.
fine of efeutsfial "opt"&
cwN T W %aI
1l',ir.tg-iins to offer the'
WIlot' ti coming week in
1011- though the prices
31 1 I;tlnufaJctured goods,
IVe adv~ianced and ag go-'
at "I.lvmle right along.
Wt! repose to-koe.,our
ri~ i9flto r~ipts
f~~-we canw ,4W
I t P. iditipin pdq~s
14'1 tht we boo&'~l
k one doIWs.1.
Ilk '"Ough tujInl;
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W I --- - oo
-z7 -. I
"a~i#JuaedI~t n o0D
60' w 35 iff be vs
J1114"111a1e of Amerloah plWieb.
w are la refeIpt of the Rat Issu
f f* rlda, John 0. Trioe's ie w v ly
p blilsed at Tallahasse. Mr. Trile Is
i- of the ablest writers In the State
The1 s welcome hi rturs to
SThe reMlO to, Thi PIlaerpuab
,lApmi' query, "what would you do if
',yon -had a million dollars?" have
doebtlen &a theoretical value. ut ton
p l tltoe, what's man does when he
aMa puhil si to s et alout etuSOW
Sm."Osae I could go out on the streets
know every person I passed, but
W oastid ely know half the people
Sit," remarked an old citizen of
OMTville to the editor yesterday.
I Salie here. .brother. Which shows
Stht GAINEIVILLE IS GROWING.
Very few people will commend the
f ounre of the Governor of Nebraska
- In attacking the ittcgrity of the court
that pronounced the Nebraska bank
Suaranty law ut'constitutional. De-
nouncing courts for derlding cases
according to the law, and not accord-
uinll to the will of thoae In power.
should receive little sympathy with
the Americani people.
With all due respect to the offi-
cials of the Seaboard railway, we do
not coumlder that they have shown
much .;,:';clation( of the pstroliage
acr. . ..." i'y the peop!0 lr t .
city In the, erectiLo of the djrpot build-I
15ng now inuaring completion. It ha'l
*onm tonvutthncev In the way of tol-.
lets, etc.. that the old one did not
have, but Inasmuch as they had to
erect a new passenger depot building
It does seem that they would have
erected one more creditable to the
: system. The building now nearing
!eomUletilo would sctNely be P credit
t' a town of five hundred inhabitants.
mUCth hlas one of eight thousand.
The TimnH-Unulon waxes ,sarcastic
when It Intimates that If all that Is
necessary to prepare the Iverglade
lands for cultvaUtou is to burn off
the grass. uow Isia t ood tim to do
) the burning. It wouMM pease a HoI.
" land Dutchman to te at pear of agree
a iove water to bm. eTve t t the
saplent advice was at all prftltble.
---Miami New-Record. The pmeat
would also be a good tUHi for the
"wekers" who have bought lads .k
the emrgslad r through thl beaOutul-
Ip Iihntited pitaph4lets satwng
S hadimi mreiSdedrs sarrounted by
orane. and esntaraplantatkam,
to vialt the 'Olaes and take soundO
tags as to the depth of water covertmu
their purehasee ?ormet Goveroot
Imrowatd. who haa be condactSlan
parties rom the Wedt ov ar tpwoU
of the 'Glades durtag the dr gt
., .ou. nt dobt "b9ow ;tbs ag. -
t e's here th._- _o.l.a. "
M o. *- A '
L >. !.Y%- i- A. i '.'!.'
"Pw os predept au ajVIt or a t'
t a 0d thoffici toey Watd,
SIr big fw a o ei t aos to re s,*
iiewie t r -"q-k .,o 0 e
Si addtio to tbht above 4ip4 h
he also seat the follewltgs:
"HOB. w.V W. Afi Mr. HL W. I B
from Port Tamps aid MiaIU b I. of
charge supplies aoesesay 1to. Vi9*
suffering In Key West. : a 1a.
ler.' .- S a
He also wired .the otts ofa
Florida East Coast line -to jt i "p
all supplies for the suftferers, W
on the mainlau4 or keys, r MW
Few men ever i1'v % a b' l
heart and bigger rourThan 'Henry M '
Flagler, and It tikes- ealam44Mee like
that which hai just overtal Wt"Key
West to moupd their great depths.
We are sitcerely glad that this gens.,
uration has given blith to suc. menn
for we know that the world.Wi* 'b
blessed by their example.
A man who had existed for several
years without The SuQ was Induced
to subscribe for six months. Satur.
day last he called at the office to re-
new before the expiration of his sub.
kwriptlonl expired, w),1n he remarked:
oiraclos,. It makes me feel queer to
think what must have happened that
I didn't know about when I was do-
nlg without The Sun. It was l|ke a
trance, or a delirium. I gues I was
a dead one."
The Palatka News express the
opinion that Senator Tallaferro will
not he a candidate for re-eleetUoo.
The Sun will wager a year's ubsuerip-
tion that Brother Rasell will soon
discern that the Senator is very much
with local applications, &asthe taomt
reach the 'eat of the Giaease.Citant
Is a blood of cosatltqtlooal dmeas
Rod in rordeto core It. yosust0" ab.
Internal remedies. Rath Cstarvh
Clar. is takes Iateraully.sand cts, di-
reftty *amthe bloo ad MA..edw ar,.
fMOMe.Hall's (Watar eweCis,"Is
a ~uak medielme. it was promsaTtd
by a"Of e beet pkhjrmsielansIthis
r m try for Yem A sadI* a raW~us
ProesrLI~M. ft Is cmmwoed of tUK
beot Waeo&mew.. om ebf 4""
tbes blest masr VUtong
is auif h SAd S taki
JV.1.0MANEW &.0m. TUIG% 0.
am1!A l No 1-6 %
S J ES P. 3A--.
IRlep ietor. """ ,
S dUmi, M0
MiNK OF SUIpi
f or Prices, Terms, iE
. DAVIS & I
|,l04 West Bay St.
il e Rail'
'44.4 '~I '~
QUd and lo-
r, Traffic Mg'
Consult te "Purple Folder"
A Dellfht tWe agat
tafe Utimeant, 4-
For Sale by All Leadin
For detailed information; rates schedules aun r.
ervations, see your nearbet Ticket APget,
write to or ealI On
A. W, FRITOT W..D. STARK,
Div. Psi&. AeR-t Tray, P633. Agent.
Atl~ti ,fo atLi Jl Florida.
S. ,._. ,- a ... ^-....-
u c 0'
I M A
*OI 'AY LIA~
DAILY SUN: fAI
Few River B
Iswtey last i
p coua.tY Ic
* blessed wthf
ford a fewi
* of implr
lay(,: the Crt
,e0 in Sell*
s are said tO
tw lacking I
pidly pushed ,
in tay to Mr l
in ridding b
schooners th '
sunk in many
e wrecks. '
ft upon the r N
k btr ets in IS
begin, as the
)Ialt have arrlv4i
iral1.fruit was ISU
that was sixtM
lly -.nd tran*vyl
ratui'r of the ea"
Lk ho ille will |
i the Womein's li
t city will have"
I Will1,na. a p
of Oshkosh, WI
PeIP sai'illa. It la
ey hmid-metl new boom an s63
KItructiota at tPeo9
.t a.. %% l41as the gdg.t
1119 a tt'cel for the Trn-County
8Byl~an McElroy IN lad 11
ELeira leirof qla wWOe mi'
I-y b"aha eveso up In
*lamps Feee a"d Grist
micentlo. fdea* awn-
Sa specaxy~t of Meal
r No. 8%nalsers.
I ~: t..will ag~Wash-
I ARS-H DRUGS
Catha#tics Tend to Cause Injury
to the Bowels.
tArSW l subject to constipation,
12olo4d avoid strong drugs au
They only give temporary)
a'lldt their reaction lt har mfu
Iae Mtimes more annoying thai.
tpou. They In no way effect
and their tendency Is to weak.
tlready weak organs witl.
they come in contact.
ire honestly believe that we havi
'Imte conttipaton treatment eve.
Our faith In it is so strong
W e sell it on the positive guarar
-! that t i shall not cost the user
t It It does not give entire satisfac
and completely remedy constipa
This preparation is called Rex
S Orderlles. These are prompt
Dn i ald most effective in action
e trare made of a recent chemical
Sbbbvery. Their principal Ingredien
tiorlels, tasteless and colorless
ed with other well-known In
pedlests, long established for theli
efuMibels t.I the treatment of cousti
tIfton, It forms a tablet which is eateii
Soke candy. They may be take.
-t an time, either day or night, with
South fear of their causing any incon-
featence whatever. They do not
lpe., purge nor cause nausea. They
*6t without causing any pain or ex
s4mive looseness of the bowels. They
Si9 ideal for children, weak, delicate
persons and aged people as well as
.or the most hearty person.
They come in two size packages.
,I. tablets 10 cents, 36 tablets 25
bVlta. Remember you can obtain
ielot only at otur store-The Rexall
tore. J. W. McCollum & Co.. corner
east Main acd Union streets.
the automobile endurance rate tromi
l'Tmpa to Jacksonville, provided that
jhe route selected is by way of that
Work on the San Carlo.,. Pei, iaeola't,
oew hotel which is under wa.y of coIn
'truotlon, is progressing flue and the
ooatrtctor hopes to have It finished
by the middle of January or tir.it of
FPebruary. -- -
1ph|I St. Petersburg now ha.s a fnll-fleged
,o &automobile club. and the miembershJll
' e large and cnthusiant.,i. They uIe-
.-, I to make the ti iluence of the or-
Spulsation ferat lu nthe securing of good
j .L df In that ecil d.
+ A. O&.Munn. the beloved founder of
Leaelnad. died in Loulsville. Ky.. last
Wednesday, and the entire town Is
i'levoe4 There Is much talk in lAke-
laud or eating a fitting monument to
his memory in Mutn Park.
W. 1. Swearington of l3artuw. In be-
half of the owners, has offered ithe
use of the buildings of t(he court
house and the South Florida Military
Institute to cigar manufacturers who
.vill go there and locate factories
This offer will no doubt be taken upl
at once. ----
PFor the first time In many month.i
the staud pipe In M.adi:.on l fill' to'
overflowing. The r a.e oif thi in that
the new well recntl) put down hI)
the Electric Power (Comipaty has
been connected to the. pumii amid a
fow of more than thrue hundred gal
Ions per minute haI be ,en turned Into
the mainly aill th." .ai.ndpilp'.
MeIas less nutrition and In toee*
quence less vitality. When the lierr
calls o Mscrete bile, tbhe blood r,,m'"
aded with blious. proper iM. th. di
lauO kbecomaee Impaired and the,
"*fela Comstipated. Iferblne will
#1gftl It given tone to the stim-
asi vr sad kildaeys, trebthens the
I 1t. leatt s mlroves the tom.
Is, lalases saw life and vixor to
e WhaM speytsm. so cst a l-otti.
. by W. U. Johnson.
Xgt*j'.is** bY 1--i t. t Of00th
160r.W &I tp' 1
k: rL 11tie u ,j ..ljv. wail apl Axbt"on*
WSW 10 WalInthe rigd.tit. 111
ba~rest ofhdRw"b* ein
I tis*followhn eadI, *wit.:
A ALral's? tract. "evwp(
prew &W lel~Alo.S'
CAa r"Eu. i
notice of Applileln for Tax
Under Setien U .of Chapter 41i
Laws of Florida,.
Notice Is herety gives that J.' <
Hoffman, purbas of Tax Certutmbe
No. 881. dated the 4th day oft Aiag
A. D. 190, has Ol Said certtlfcAt
In ray office, and h a iade applietitoI
for tax deed to Itase la accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces
the following deeartbed property situ.
ated in Alachat eeunty, Florida, toW
Commence 130 yoads N. of 8E. ear.
ner Sec. 16, t'% R. 31, run N.
105 ft. W. 106 ft. &. 106 ft and a. 106
ft. See. 16. Tp. f. & ,. 31. B.-- %acre.
The said land bele assessed at the
late of the iseenae of such certil
cate in the name of Lisle Huffmam.
Unless said eertiftate shall be re
deemed according t law, tax deed
will issue theretA ta the' 37th day
of November, A. I)WM..
Witness my 9o1a signature and
teal this the 156t day of October. A.-
D. 1909. . WIXNGOm,
Clerk Circuit Clt Alachua Cown-
By M. S. CHWNM8, Dep. Clerk.
For HKADACHMS-kt 4.W OAPUDINL
Whether from .ti beat. stomach
r o nervous tiovmb% Capodlie will
relive you. WI' lio-pleasant to
take-acts iaemlatei. Try It. 10,
360 and Me at anl g sme
8pencer's "First Prinelplse."
,lin Spenver's "FWl" IPrinelplee" be
endenrors to defioe The field of 11e
tinknowable ittid 1the knowable nad
the posetnulaie with wllcbh the' sltndl
of the knowahbl msMt be porsue'd
Wiien aioearer write.* that **'he' man
of islence Itrly know that In Its ol .
Innle enMenct'' othbig cnU I. known,"
e t1i nut referriln tAmann's hrnin yrp-
oerdai.v ur today.v. lip'iUenu Itlit I,'W
futrilanient I prti.tple, of the iivierwse.
lt1' wpnef tloill. itulultir. fer r i thel i nte.
Ih i. rp I n t eI'lt v. r' lv ar"ii itlie*.
km,'.w:tile '* '! e i t111 man'W kiiiwhIl4'g1W
of Ile it ro-lli.a rI i1t i r s I ru ldl I itek nlll
iliinitl. tIo S'| lme e'i4Pl|iwtla, Mud 6ie0,V
wmlPw es peil'rifel ts,Opt Always relli-
ble nlild iih11 of i Wif Nil he tail M i r
ultinitiate' e~swn4e In e lrely)' ltarte'sWI.
l In- 1o nist-*' exerT 'li- ,'It Itinmy bo p ill
oop(O ili i ll| .;id ;1 l lit h natj i cailnoit INW
muire he' really k '. es aupthing Both
the atrenigth 1a( ilth weoiklwom of bil
theory air aliar lto the equieioral Imputr"
of the aprln "knowledge."-XNew erk
lNo't use harsh phaM.i The at
action. ,askea Ai ,i .leiis' to
the stomach, care inl '
Dr. A. Dolan
Mild Medicine Treatment fo0
Horses and Mu les' EyeI
. 0 FkWdid
Ce meant idewalks
All Kinds of
Tlling Laying #nd
Cenerete Walikl and
m North Grqoy.*if*@%
PHONE -\O. 9
We Us ke a SjcW'ety of All
Clap.. Of Dny rWork..
Better %.,aU* ViM.L
l 2o --
) 'oilo"w ia-
os. ovr rur
*~ 4, Y
XW COPYOF "
SP IM S aw PrkW, as6
All FaOiliti Con-itulit \, i Soundti tanki l- P
We Solicit Vour lBt:, oa, Large andm Smll'l
--rMTEST PAID ON TIME IET0-- I
J. J. WILLIAMS
WHOLESALE-and RETAIL LIQUORS
IlN Wet may % -. L.r 401- JAC1N0 1JTIU, fl.A.
WILLIAMS PAYS THB iXPSM
CAS 00ODS-lXPRESS PAID. Old Homeetead Coer Whiskey.
DeSete Rye. I -alhlm Jug. press paid.......$ 1.56
4 full quarts ................. 0 Sp iela Offer.
6 full ,lum Sr .......... .......,7..
13 full quart*.. 1 ... oMiI Wi'.' *n drui.s-Dit*U>
If full quarts freight ald. ... I, e .I.woi ....pr...... ..Pad,
.im phns l n dre . ........u3. p
Williamse No. 10 Rye. 00e balf pluts In drum ........ le@
4 fuU quanrt ........ S :..e sold only by dtbrio; wiM ot break
full quarter ... ........ .. .,.' druml
UI full quarts ........... .. .. .W Crn Whiskey-laprote Paid
Old Mallfax Rye. Rohky rtk. wi ti,,tl.eI. *L.O I a., J.49
4 fau quarts ...... .......... 4.30 Rocky h rk. lr ew a, lce. ,d.,.,
Sfll uart ................ a con s p .......,,....-M
12 fl q narts ..n ...... ...... f. I gal cor, s id .........,.
CimNy See th Rye a l e .s. w paid..,..
4 full gi t ............... 2.715 ye- ~sk ey..a.r. p..
6 full quarts .............. 4 -P a
Is fulliiuarts .......... ......... 0 Queen City. es. paid ..........S,,
4 ful pints& ................. 1200 e.4 y Maus th, i pa ..,...
Yellle lfte e u at. "'it i e, t ......*,.... S
S--otU.-e. sp-rp40ee- a, ....... t oll p ".. ... ... 4 .
i os, sa w -............I. 4 i............
I' -e w- 11ad -.-%app P "a Mlat 7 .. .... .
W4 nby&heV.SOit. L OM
w4 tasi a. pr i -d.. . I'S de t-- .. 1 .85
I pS ow.- I 17
--Send Us, a Trial d
1oMOuAHA W OFA OATnLY
-'a *60 sA'Wa
--- --- -- --- ---- --
34EGR11OI!6 ANK IN 0419AT DISi
TO"IN KEY WES1T.
MIembers of 4he COlOred Rosse 1A ThIl
Ci ty WiseI dReep"nE
RE WEST, M1., October 11.--
..410tor Squ: At,& special thalppksgtv
be,. 3Mylesui'hol, at uetk* U06dAy.
Y~~mi Godfor the eesatu
1:040 es*oin the recent burt*
mK Aftuirssibling-to two able ser.
"TKe. W. W. hlair. pastor "of
q esh hpel -in the aftemonou, ead
ilo emmttee to Isik. sibr the mw
r~=Wt ae oloed people. We wilt be
A.nM fom any. s*Wvbutioo Beot
00 awyof our, .Irei tbum;i. op
~"il ,astim or ia*I$uftione. W.
~ .Obllir. preideat; Roy; L D.
ba l~ston, secetaa'j; Rev. W. *V. flai1r,
'The Omuer ston. of the new Jezi ah
- i*%WPS In Jacksonvillewas 1P.14.
.44t week with elab.,.,to cerevamedis,
s4OerMissoulic auipfnc-'RIabbi Js.
'$tf 80s sehes it tihe dedentlon.
.V yo aWho make a business or beau.
4:1).111 othor woue Corne pretty nea?
IMM36Whag bat -will bring about the best
rose-tmi. IU.r. areletters from two. con.
rec'41L OMMond Nqwbgo'a 'U1erpl-
-1e"as It stoopef my hair from tavilng
Out; and. a all 4 rose ug it baa no super-
"(11111neJ Bloirtha A Tmulllrager.
."!% Morrlaon 8t,. Portlawl ot.''
-Aftor urtnx 011P bottin or "llorplolde
* -m hair ham % .topipad fnlllnlg out, and my
O~cfIinp lu #r~thly frioo from (1-indrumf
V "(Signedi.) (lracn Drbgo.
'11 W1 ixth Pt., Portlanti i. Om
ftld by lo,%inhs .ruitlgqtu. Ponl i ir. in
Stamps for sample to The Horpkelde Co..
IL S. Dodliord & 0o.. Special Agents
04Gfinesv ille, rlrI4~
0-ROOMiS 1 arid
10094v Office' hours:.
iam-I ;lbry'and: tYS~
1W Yjj- epW.4A jsix
"m you..wEAa- plow.
R.4er wbur ow* l4 l~ l
him in, tlw fakn~!O n t~o
Sw~it ait Wr01 pPWALSk
Wfeet fvn40' UA )11,000 tmomu
bound. ha06:.6" it i
'It, p MA tm si t-i hAs*M
tOW. Make I du pt fet11 4 O
with mv. wthi qr it~ole, a YOU ii
spwato 4o106111111w90- bto
feet1 sovm a-ato Vie- ub
overyo int, d wflo ,No*thI# A.
ofe d".ibt, tediep too,"isi-ill twi
wito uLp~c whi wo frtWqO;'v#Aokids
um611 ish at feWis,- ipt thike
dim 4,41 a '808clg -to theawls One b
aider oulto *otm, tt*-W
runl "d 6furrw ls teIda 0 of rslsA
wi 8th Zad imialWm wi.tP win# i
th. e ours wit to lapr s ine 5 t
wl thde arteailmutthei a and side
swPlow.iin-. w e eiaboropls. WUse
thould put itlweep futuW Ah~d 61
this plowing. Never u*e itt Ume-o
of p1*403g. W %66 aor'3.~o
not over 660.14A deepfour furow.'a
to row, MA, -0"ye* w is *4 T044
"hiM sow '8o1simaN &shelof fal
peal per ace sbead of tub powins.
The olaim I make.for my 66rn i4
proved good for twenty-ffve yeeus, Me'
I don't see why It mbauiG not Puttthef
generl con4itions ~LA't.eSae
I will sell uwL* ~ed I have' at 76
Lp %tk. or $3.190pOr bushel.
For InfWzsutsad CUlm.*
The Cond You hays A1137 Boogh
- ... S
Orm or ysNtffA
t*4 Kidpey 'pl.a~Ed~
,to, in thoweaft~ ff~f
Itin all stick 24V o
mgnvt -toiet d 4 001e
ipnow wefl)-4Ib.` 4
rare wha'M44*0 eu.'
We very pleaps"tet d
Wect nomae rdt9b
AA X at-MO b~Bst~
F~J our *ity prepevtl
A u sinpro-ied), PiN
t5 arming land$. be
isyou oter for "isL
The habit 0o answerumg ads. that .. _.__ _ ,
appeal to you Is one that will keep
vou lntorentd s in tIe life you ari y ou a iss Te a
inmg. and proen.. 'Bli s Tee
T--- I IT DIOMA 8 SOOL
Caunt' look well, eat or feel well SC
with Impure blool feeding your body. 2Opmbw O, 1509-
Feep the blood pure with Burdock NO. .00 WESt MAIN. S'RST0
I bloodd Hilttrs. iNat almuply, take exer-
else, keepclean and you have long lE "WANT DS
-Tulrty.Sisth Y .
That you are perfectly satisfied with the whiskey you are how using.
We think you will be better sa d with
ECHO SPRINGO CANE SPRING
Thes sewe' rbvetrn Dt. e ., r oessts4 ti
OUR SPECIAL BRAtM8
WX lbVA5AMTM.qL L T O. MsValt
RED LAIDEL .. o
01. 50 0MOD
mmORmEy AT ILl
And Sooieiwur in kLqwi
" 3sIIse. CoDYI'3 ilfpt %I
WOMeO. Ali' bj-.uftCU PI
~ CtARKTLubs W If
ARK f FIELDING
-1 13 all courts, is
. T. F. THOMAS
PULL LINi W1
grSew our mpies
~ '- -
F"16W v 60 f-" f p" v.rm % as Um ATUS d el pb t 0 a Mg IN p& g"
-THE JOSEPH ZAPF COO, Inc*
iSa O e
~',. ~r 4
" '. '4
Over Duttull i 3. dU
~ ...DEN TIST.
46M ovaU' aluesvilie Ni
0. Mw Duttoa &wl
,~ ~ 380. GalleSyue4j
? OJITOR IN CHIANCED
III Haymwan$ Bici
[.-11'AZY RNEY AT LAW,
urAW ~mg MOM mr
HIA'AtY NO 44AINS,
Ls ...... *-
. .Waldo ..4
Bros ....... 0
mnk Clark .4b
L Marks, W~t
ry. All con
Irmed to n
dent ot the
aU4 Audi~twr-&L 3 ISUMS.
if-R G'. .RamseY, GslmwvIlle.
ty Judge-sH. 0. Makum. 0mm..
Asst'ssor-W W. Oslsga, GaIM4s
Collector....W. 0. ftohIUlsMi
urer-J D. sthseen, Gabme*
rikor Rogistraand-. .J .me
d. Campviue; L".3v
C1.as. W. hmmefIwbunwm.
Chairman.a N w;
CT.y AL .
J A CGOOOVU
-. ** .- THE---
S ,ebesavllle is conceded to be the
| t enterprislug as well as the most
| i Jtul city In the Interior of Flor
It Is located In the very center
tate, hal way between the At.
and Gulf Coasst, surrounded b.
of soch fertility as to be capable
Srducing a great variety oft crop;
*a bheart of the truck-rVowing
iApbate and naval atorm belt. 8hb
o bhe beat educational advantage.
S Btate. good churches. with
which are superior to an.%
S aof Its alse In Florda, with iargt
md ooWaSIMtnt congregations; has I
f ti-me which cannot be excelled fo:
it and pleasure. All these nature'
vantages. combined with a progress
oW_. and euterprising coamupolitai.
Stlemsnahlp, are sure to make a big
.'Thbro are many natural attraction
*i eloe proximity to the city, some o0
amh r Alachua Sink. Palne'
,ne. the Devil's Mill Hopper, War.
iUt'b Cave, and lake Newnan, all of
wbbih are reached by private convey
SSprtag Park Stock Farm, the largest
Oad nest live stock farm In the State
is e ly eigbt miles west of the clti
14d Is reached by a good hard road
alording a most pleasant drive.
'The farmers of Alachua county. 01
ihl3h Galnesville I the oouoty seat
"'ve a1 home and board at the same
oe." The temperature Ia very unl
irm, scarcoely ever reaching the nioe
tee In summer or the twenties In
winter. The population of Gainesville
Is about eight thousand, representing.
.early every nationality on the faoe
9t the earth, and strangers always
asoet with a hearty welcome.
The University of Florida for young
mi and the National Agricultural Ex.
lriment Station are located within
the corporate limits of the city. lu
taot. Gainesville bas so many things
that we Lugt be pardoned It we omit
& few of thmui in the following uimer.
stoa of wbat
On1 fou'i Ir'"
One g\a pla.t.
Two Ial !':..
Threo bia -r;,-
S(ll *tnre. '
Two gull,' l mt.
BIx rest rno a .
One seeil to'.
Board of rr-4..
.iNx drug satoes...
Four Shoe *hope.
Two point shops.
Onq bicycle shop.
Two tee factories.
Six music schools.
One variety store.
One public library.
Two wagon work.
Two plan ing r1eis.
Two racket store.
'Awo lumber yards.
Onoe marble works.
Three sl7en miths.
rhre, woo" yards.
Vivo dental rooms
'One express offlloe.
Prie mall delivery.
Pour beef markets.
Btiht baiber sLope.
Two public schools.
Two musite bonuses.
A telepooe ystam.
Two abstract ocean.
PoDr preawing *etdu
Two machle shops.
Two bottling works.
x boardlas ho ms
One Catholle ebor.
A Unitary eompay.
Three jewelry More.
Oneo A- opatse ema
Two Am 0en e01
I t to
Php r moves.
mo fg1t -ia
keen y n san
One seml-weekly aewimpar.
Five lifu tasuranoe ageneles.
rwo fortllser antaftories.
Five Ore urm ae aMola
Two livery and fd table
One crate and b"kt h .ftty
One Elks' Club redlg room.
Hardwood Maaute=rlMa Plant
Agricultural Bxpariseet Staton.
The Diocesan School of Florlda.'
Plorida Winter BtIe Conference.
Five diessmaking establlnhments.
National Odd PeUlow,' anitarium.
Three undertaking establishmeats,
Two of .ha best hotels a in the a
Two wholeale grala and feed
Two wholesale reery establilah
Water "that hat Made Gaineeville
The flnestoperna bbae la the State
outside of Jac ksavllf
A Government building now belong
elected -o cost When coupletea
tarpeuters. masan. plasterers.
painters, printers, madlaists and la.
boring men galore.
More lw le of pvsd reetes and
granolltt sidewalks am an) other
towu In Lbhe interior of the State.
An $8S5.00 oarts BO built of briek
and stone-a beauml atM eture--and
the lawns, flows bas, shrubbery,
Confederate mooumta. ete.. surround-
Itn 1', mke It a most attractive plo.
Oublishe4 for InfW Ien
Atlantic Coast Line.
Ly. Gvilk for Jackvillie 1: 46 a. 3: 80 p
Ar. Ov~lle fr. Jackvilie I1380 p. 7:30 9.
Lv. OvIlte fbi OcalcATampa 12:50 p
Lv. (Iville for hilcasopy, Etc 7:30 p. n%
Lv. tOville for High 1L, Etc. 3:30 p. ex.
1,v. Oville for Trenton, Stc., 3:30 p. ua
Lv. Oville for Wilcox, Stc., 5:68 p. n.
Ur. from Southern polpta 3:30 1). ax
Ar. GI1* tr. Micauopy, Etc.. 7:45* a. ni
Ar. Ovill. fr..[fish 8,S. te., 12:30 p. ma.
Ar. Oville fr. Trei&uno, Vt .,.. I1,':T~j p.a
Ar. Uvlile fr. W1.lcav, Nw.. s"aii
Sosijoard, Air Line.
Ly. Gainesville for Cedar Key 60.40 p.
Ar. Gv'ille fr. Jackvilllo 12:20 p. 5:40 p.
Ar. (Iville from Ce.dar Key b Iu sn. tit
Tamnpa and Jacksonville R. 'X I
Lv. O'viIle for Miceanopy 10,10 a. fit
i'%. U Ivst't LUr t'gJ1np1141111 City 4 P. Ill.
A~r. Ovilie Imn' frsMntuolly 6:3A f fi
Ar. ivftlp 1'r. capip..an Citv 1fl 011 fm
'*OvCg (Ir APPLZCATION MR TAX
OviitW4N) uniiMssnulii v uOF UMAPI'
UM. LAWS OF LMIAMA
Nol~e I@ ~boe TonmetdueAL-
IPc1' set e'f"441" eitiR.'le
dsamw I tir 6 dill oj f Juve. A
D6 IM. boo OWaIed midC~rIN61111OPW IV 44
sand b" ade appies twos for as"to
broewsthe folloiio tiag dowilerid PgaDPOtdt
sited In Atsu'bnmesj'iyPS9. 1deA.fta. NWitz
Nw,4 of Nwl( "!gee T'.0 S. IL W-40
7%f m"Id tesad wr sawmw4a asthe dota of
the Isituanerivof mob cortilflat in the some
of W It Wimbeivrly
Unfrees said osrilflosto shall be redeeOMe
sercurctlas to like. tax d1eviii t b Wasshere..
on thPVsIt f4h 61 of OClotor. A fM.169
wisne.. my ffometl rietawirOad "&It Im
sbe 3M day of 1101ptember. A1)N
*~ rvl Oh(Nwit (es sA .eiitM
ByM 11. (IIKY1101.I t
NOTIC2 OF APPIJOATION FMR TAX
Ed=OUNKM NOSM N O V 0'CIIA FM
4M LAWS Or FLORIDA.
bu sag isoe & Ih.s In o
.mbs ~ $ip for ls alusa dialledbg
.111111d boo 04 e eiiiMi4= f
quoto ovewadbOp ItslaS sMu0n=
1:-of A A4 (tooallk. #OA1 1 wd.t
ofA d issshe"n
ashe oIis f 5*wmhsf. A D
301103 09'APPUGATO FME WAS
-M, liiiiiiiSOOW X a O u w
jMLAWS Oir FLMRDA.
be dM a.ombM. A
Cal cels '~
V. W =()a" sit
is b besigte t
S.e. VILWsV- 7s. MM
~-sago" of m~
TALKS ON ADVERTISIW-NOa s
Alexand the Great was belf
Knot. "It can't be untied," t xy
man who tried to do it (ill down.'
But Alexander was not dh idbl
mn had flunked. He .simply rw ett b i
have to go at it in ad& iff w ay.
wasting time with his fiers he dmw his swoi4 a
ashd it apart. -
Every day a great bainess general Isaabown a60
knot which ha proven too much for his oIpeti r
and he succeeds bemCu he finds a way toOut It
mblerhas noshow solog as there iisaa amd
chant who doesn't waste time trying to
the impossible-who takes lessons from the
about him and avoids the methods which wee t
The knottiest problems in trade are
None of these knot'sIsI' to bei ntied Iby
Hng fingers. they are too empUIl Theye a
involved together-twist and entangled over and
about each other---o Intertwined thatthey oan't be*
solved singly---like the Gordian Knot they ma be cat
through at oA stroke. And you can't cut the o-
with any sword except the nowspapor-becaus:
^*--J ji J-i __j IB_-_ _a---,-.._..-_f '
I-A store hat is te o g tA bore tie p
mneew it. M ey ae Aoboo ped.
--Croumd can be 6n nhtfrom anywhere
-Cw eto mer s. ,. bee hobeld y b nduee
4--tred expense n odny b. reduced by la.
-Ged N canuo be created thMoSegA peob
advertising is breeii new giants every year sad
nmking them more ',o% e c'every hour.. Publicity Is
the sustaining food of a 6 err fuli stro and the only
strengthening nourishment for a wcak one. The ro,
taller who delays his entry into advertising mast pay
the pejntlty of hi. procrastination by facing more giant
competitor; as every month of opportunity slips by.
Personal abilitva,9 at !ose purchaser antd : a clever
seller doesn't count foa a hang so long as other men are
equally well posted awl v .Iar ther sw'rd of publicity to
boot. They are able to, Li ;our lbusintr:; into constantly
cloor knots, while you c: not retaliate b ecnare there is
no knot which their a.1~ rtis.i:. n n;o' t cut fi r them.
Yesterday. y ou It, t. Cu .It ifencr-t(xlac,' th'y t(oPk
ldVnt bomwUe('it q;Isj I it ufla4Kd-vollC)1t'.,t V) Cut ia t"
You C .,, occoie ;inl adv 'rtz.ir or yeulmusta pay
the penalty of nee.g~.rUc
You not (PlIy rouirets "c ncwsimtper to fii~ht for a
more ho p44 4rneorrmw, but, to keep W1444 Ltu~ic
from bamoning kop~lrs. 90
1 CanurwI L'' .;~,'If.. d.0 ( esirspftV. tpa., 'p
lbAThat#0 OW bonietb IS O
be dw is ws h vsto uI~bo OkgbWI.
NK- Vbb W 4 a 10 m hp~ diw~
_ __ ___ __ _ ___
one ton it it ro .- I hevll ; a:w, I q-r.
wl i SU l o .. wVaasU at
** 4 Xls *< *I," e t4 "
eyr preosi.1 ga 'tbr .epae
-. hre lo ees-ah aew a'a4 *p
..d audekvile,l ato ath
i rnk roe, Goyse and fresh and
Sweater S si rewoived ft tm
a daily. CO31 i on s .r 'p1O A
A. Davies A CO .
S W. H. 4ay, one of tu Old iaet
te West hd ad aadhihyr r t
I'1 1 leld of thlo 90el0, wa T a 6 tt
, 4thoe sct yesterday. -
1. 4 TIRSey left yesterday oeT 'ta.
S9i to t' absent for the 'Snt tfe* days
pM after the orage business Ip
the lateept of his e bo e .
. Veyle A f&Collum0 have another
S aterestlns vaudevle feature i eon-i.
4eiin with the MoUMo. ptres at
so ae rd theatre tctlo ..w
Deptoy M. T. Pralo of tiad tArrlv.
i a IS te oity last nait with a Mgro
,s i r wy o iWas senteeoed to seva
(bo 0ree6tk i to the eaNpsO a -)
charge of larceny.
'. Wood, one of the laroe m%'-
mat of Archer, was a vilttor to
Samneqville yesterday. He asy that
4taide Is qptd his OlecUo ad tbe
Spaopi appear to be well eoitejd.
D^ XK. PWfer of Roebolle wasaruong
ahe Monaay visitors to die city. He
S ays that very little rain hasO fallen
1 a his 1eotloi and the farmers are
sadlein need of a change of weather.
if tham In anythiult wrorng wit'i your
child'A Msiht, it smituld limae promptI
PAINFUL HYMN AND BLUJR.
IkE1) VISION WHILE STUD-
YI\%U ARK SYMrJMS OF
EYE STRtA IN.
By onrwting til~e d.f.'-thi migbi tof
laotitla 11w we'arkill; of Icmuan aInms.
tun Itarnwill lo, a votidtsl.
C. 11. COL~ES i&SON
JeweeI st, ill OM~IC16, a
- ---~---, ---_- i I IIII !l
croamlzd J* le, 7
vowit% int hPoultej
The Gainesville, National Bank
II____ I __ _ I l I I I_ |' II L ________* 11
CAPITAL STOCK.... ...,$100000.00
SURPLUS ............. 20,000.00
We P" Fw ref Cut hirbMt hbhr khSO WSet se at oa
Han I&vb Woolm I3. uta.
L Keons RobertM D vtwt4
JoaM r. Jacks.. Ohm.A. Fo~def
saa* a 1W prqaiep t t
be sensele;'... ties- s 0"Yd*w.0
qnsu, 4 s,. mter ,bor
Uboid aremaa- t-*I Baw t y ta
.tha sM h W k *;*Bnm vo.
M-A Ip S oTAtUt M,
arrived Ia ate ad *11 to w
he miaeted )U the dy4ow
gel .tal i to, '. ,a i
, .,spute t c ,, p
e -r8 ".I i ne.
oere Wa ftor #A s tlo to te ., a
at.O a mid s D tt Litt
In prohres oIn* rit epatat, iuir t
abd that mvii OIpow' It ap'uelo.
VW. st th atre to t t4h e a pouda
ple*antr o inhs AlSetiih btvoi*.
e01tight'banad h erm .er, w l
Wri end eO to yesterday. 0 Hftre
Hal nes, besoes the li tted Slnah
lad moving pltoterg mIslu eiI
Hanson, Hamb 1.
L. L. Hill taft aeattu cto
lachen to look after the
In that section for theoo
house. He st"a that c sam ers bl
fruit is already at fo t oft oI
Florida and that 9 quality dipped
is very fine.
For a clear head, a stout beart and
strong ind, DeWitt's Little arly
Risers, gentle, safe easy, ple at, Ut.
tle pills. DeWitt's Carboled Wf.iteb
Hazel Salve i unequalled for anything
where a salve I Ineeded. s IA Is 0p
cially good for Ples. Sold by all drug-
S. L. Crew., one of the prominet
planters of the Alachua se ottm, was
greeting his numerous Galasevuile
friends ber6 yesterday. H& states
that a treat tany farmers are making
preparatios for their ane-grinding
and that as soon as the cold weather
ceomnieoncu this Inddstry will be In
When druarT tavel E 4,tr i
muse out of t a to get to a ho.
tel to spend 8 bday, you can bank en
it betag far above the average. The,
Brown House sa crowded with com-
merdcal men fro PFriday to Monday.
H. A. Picket of Newberry was
among the visitors to the olty yeater-
terday. He states that ootton Is
bringing a goot pricetn tsAt seCtion,
but the main tre -lr .
Is very' littleI* is owaeiQn,
eased wprlmi v4i tiedtlaB Mr.-
Ing the raiy .
John He4de eashler In The
Times-Uaiol hlnneas'otlce, and hil
friend. Lee Taimkley of Jacksonville,
were In the city during ',aday to
spend the day with their, friend. Ted
Sebladaresal. the genlal day clerk at
the Brown Hoase. Both young men
are bhighly pleed with this eity and
slate that they propose to return
again at an eay dausc
Mrs. J. W. l"towall and children
hav returned an extended visit
throagboat the Northwestern Statep.
They have bew. absent alf during the
summer and ropSet havlig bad a motN
ldUlIhtful time. .A w as the alter
los, can be smde they will occupy
the Phillips s4 MMNat Mat.
street. which b recently bee per
asked d by Mr. MoDwwal.
to grit sat aiiYoWin i 1 -1-Os
AMowd in SIp Dopumam W~Rhpsa lson
low I I
FMR SALB-soma-rom be=
with thAem so ,s.brick Mebiniy;
ha s owd bmwe" m stal.. opell.
b. lot 4dri~eiU pomp at kitcenm
door; 7TSwaqeetrom mosly bear.
log. "sixnhea ~gpecantree..66ethat
win be na m .Sr.Years;two be
Thaemesgra shers, aeversilkm
PM rtre., aa ""rofii bpe ese.;
Ts mee ajerbin a ao vesslam
he& ow bqft gm Trust
"ellSUN@? UT am I ow s est "
Ifth ay. lie Use Gao.
WO i wseth w YGe.. e
4na w w sdtgag, h
>f Dress G
' ? .
A_-- .,boy. ', Appl
Weateran teIap ice
by maaa of*experience; ober "
P SITION WAED-D ven-rolk om bo;
oery or |eral merotltadlis stere
by maybe of expe In aence; ober d
reliable; i.ll work for reasonable
wapes. Want to come to Galnes-
Ade Address J. C. Kittrell, e orti
ANTVICOND-t eor eve-room house
must be close In and a desirable to
cation. Possession wanted.'NZQ. 1.
Aldread P. 0. Box 147, UatnesvU)
SAVE MONICT-.4e yeor bId amesa
boe. Seiod etal card to Monb
Cohen. WeOt UK tt s a. am
*hs' Claub. O ra
:* Nptiata ^Hy *. ^
'.set and ('llaill wihb
Ved on balk. Reto
~owitty & C()..
-'6"j~ouebunting Ii' Chill
Itglaranteed It :rM2
4billis and fever. 1:i2', n
,Jottle. Ask W. N1.I( IiS3I.
V( RENT- Sevent-ri'i
_auare. Apply to J. A
rJl RKENT-ICottagi' 1i Sou.b hO
yfle; city water ('II .'toIuB.
at an office.
P01 RBNT-Lower tr. f AI
completely turni.h, I rr h d
lng and with all ,, rn
feoees to destrabl, i rn Aid
I. H. H.IL thin offi
ACMU APARTMENT Ii, KI
amvah, V. J. hih1... Ml
epeafoertable ro.- t t
5 c Roomer, anted
am L ON
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