Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 30, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01281
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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MOO by Jos .
a the "hooklJ
naced at the
oil Company
Sdosen welbo lai
osts. selected 1I
ttiuons of le
we the paraslta,
in conf e
r's repree
IOU Company's.l
j lut Tuesday,:
Mr. Rockefollo
a commissl n
p against the
As a result ot'f
aion, the "
the eradieatle
.M" was 0rpM!
be members ofat
Wted by Mr.
Jr. William H.
hooy in John "
A president of 45l
S. Simon 1l14
efelerer Insx(

SEdwin A.
the Universitty
David F.
Ington Uns
P. P.
Iton in theo
Y. Joyne,'
t of education
arnd president t
tiosal Assoclatlo*..
Salteor H. Page, 4
I W'oik.
H. It Frissell, prince
il ttit ute



TLANTA. Ga., Olt. .-
of th look worm
of t' 'Inixerutty
^tI- < auing the fa
a .v'*i" in has been
tt .*r,~!, ~te' the little
J C (' 1IoomSaelp pi
OF board of bejth hi
th' dtahdt. S |
faculty, and
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-for.t Eradkation of Do rCoo T..ha nH. The Cony ol W AlB
nAese. "r te" i oGo Tnra CoAri tcma.e

Mr. elerdbtok T. Gates, one of Mr. HAMILTON, Most., bet. 4.-.At the NEiW YORK. Oak 8.1-On a traet eset*d es W 1 hWes of om
kefeller's business managers. oc conclusion of hi st y of the attana of land dI Oranes. N. J. wiie has pi4faest M ftStnu to oap
JOIN t aersRokflrphy, Mr.of Na ht D id undeveloped l1W E a 7"M tIn o s or thmt yost.,
Mr. 8trr J. Murphy, Mr. Rocke- ment of the North Poe last unlght. Dr t.o do tt t* ft A to or mt
teller's counsel I benevolent matters.Cook took up briey the controversy reasbeIq bd UeatI t
Cook took up briet h the controvo 'sy
l Mr. John Rockefeller Jr. regarding his aseoon of Mount Mo n venture. The easideta of OMranm were ed allest xasevely the
All but Prof. Claxton and Mr. Joy- Kinley. He p his remarsret v l ." It a i b b li
nor were Preeent at the meeting Tues- with this stat memt: y ot b ulou e tM of r t t N og sel tto a imi W
day and they have both since accepted ti that the people Mo ra tt. designed to b pr New York y
Place. on the boads elected, to car- tana believe In justice and fair play, SNlde MMi e "t a i 11
17 out Mr. Rockefeller's plans.T have coe Ito r commonwealth T re haa ot bee attempted TI ow w Se O a_
Good Words for the South. not to seek revenge, mot to enter into e ay su large delp hh b of gs 1m1110
In cleling these gentlemen together a controversy with men in whom I hu rro he--" I-a I 0 e 'I.
tfot Tuesday's conference, Mr. Rocke-. had every confideae but to ask for houses of the kind lbave W y a us
ftller addressed to each a letter point. a fair deal. -There no malice in er Me tw t ioo W t h "
1.* 0 is out his Interest in relieving human my hert; I amt at here to tavoke tbmeOs up at' one, as a bo a. S b a g
smi ring caused by the "hook worm" the strong arm of the law. My ve Though they differ In "ar teutsl tort the igbeSsel
parasite, especially because, he said, racity has been attal ed by men re- yle they are all alike la their te* OsegL o f l
It had been his pleasure to spend a siding In this com ty. They ha ural qualities Terra ebtta. i the twhin m 000 aqie o t
fo" porUon of each year among the warm- fallen Into evil bands and the templa- form of hollow blocks. I lthef blea I g l s a o t
hearted people of the South and he Lion was too nret. They have ldl materl It is d for wa l-. Se rs bisob .Are asi R a t e.
el c welcomed the opportunity to express their birthright for diver, and tUr a*lnd lmUtli on.. the .etw 0" W"Soi-
appreelation of their many kindnesses probably was more than thirty le The novel systeat of otuetlsa Is e chamber fl p. t0o beti
ft and hospitalitles. "I am here to give my veradm l g ew y d. to the r Se in the eeof *a"o 2 1 s s li
,ik- The members of the commisllon. ln the Mount McKinley sontrovessy hmber in to et years. The o make Oh wt s M s '
i1ed frmlnig a reply to Mr. Rockefeller's tten leave my oase a the hands of aM famme dwellnige ham as rorebe e hiet, the ,su t belg a el a etr a
er of $1,000,O.0, declared that the honest body-the people of the great eelyWsM o os oa maury dw~ I s am a W In i90
f proposition met with their heartiest State of Montana. I will accept their that the savias in masintenamee e tot, in the am the lee t are i m ,
.approbation. verdlaer." ne on the frepreof stratumres In t rows betwee masianry bems ud
Sonore than make up lor the 4tferee may kind of rhe s ao g thaUt ladIk
t"Two millions of ou tpeuple are in- Cook Speaks of War On Him. I ,ncoM, T his e ei [ idosiM Wm o *,be
frted with this paraslt," they added. Coutinuhia. Dr. Cook said: -lderatio is th.e a tlmet that hasSP top fat ,
Ilt is by no means confined to one At the time, of my arrival In New
la ; it takes iStitoll of suffering and York. alter too yats and three of NeaLorry, llpet to spoed the of W.A. triekliad this meaIs n, and
eth rom the Intelligent and well month lu the Arctic rtios, sad M e t few days in the wMsa ot La cx(&rt to react the ifsMtiUfs itAb
as vell a from the less' ortunate." hon all America was olNog ovr Payette county In search of big game, tonight or Auaday i torois, whea a
..-.. he double discovcpy of t0 4lorth such Ua dr,. bear., aid turkey, ot.. dslirable cimp iea wilt beW eiglo .
Mrs. Hall i better. Pole, thbre began' a warfare to rob a. Ii their usual rtton. Every member of thia part it a
F Priends of Mrs. 8. H. Hall, who has nme of the gloly of an achievement The party usually conlots of b reOuwultel't markamtatl, sad o w rit N
SuperCts boeu quite ill for some time, will learn which was,. and Is. rightly tlse. crowd two or three slareor, but all may .mect soite good set f M ,
Warif 0ep with pleasure that she continues to C'nfident that my rival had" triUphb- wore not ready to go at tbis time. and theb hunt.
SImprove amd present Indications are .4 after nearly a quartet of a century as the party desired to Ib upon the. -.....
that she will have entirely recovered in quekt of the great unknown. I, with ground at the opeMInX of the e,.aaM Ilave your statloasry eawly priew
S t\o The within the next week. Mrs. Hall has ill good Amei cans. rejoice la his Monday. they decided to "move, o,. it The usn o floo. We ary M well
many friends In this city and vicin- success, and in Copenhagen I declared Others may join them later alted stack of IOe bf pthe b"
ipal, Hamp- ity who have inquired anxiously about there was glory enough for two. Do- The pIrty %ill start from the hirne I whkih re printed at 1reasnna 4es
her each day. spite the bitter attacks which have
*h t-en uuade Upon >e'. my 'attitude In
-his reape.ct IsM unchangild.
only begta Bthis ntak Vme. Bigmotor&V ShowW
e of ook Worme lb of Mtor Car MKinley menShow W

1 Students' Work I.Ibr the l o Be Held In New York Jan. 8
ag Students' W ork 'T ly hevir d bttu.im t1.1 victims.
-'Their stea ,It il i were absolutely N RW YORK. () t P Allb,. ,', 1lioal A uwan,;!lh Show at
----The prey- credits the belief that phe disease iA ,c.. s.t. Bill, I aurs, no spirit of re- Ml.
-The prev onlycredits the belief that the dr. sease is or male aal these t mi masufasturere of n>te.r arst hat ', rt' 34UM0" lined*o.i., Janetiry i 16. the
almong stu- only prevalent amonthe ior. m uided My nSm 3ewev4, d, nnnr. r... of hr ublr ll ,** liv thes two opW
of Georgia of those aflcted ath hook wornt ar,* l. h .?a. d. ^announey riof1r 1il, ti 1,"wr model oI
euty atrm niembers of the university football m"A Le rn Instructed 1 1ontinee lathe models, it Is know.f lhat uitiu.l.r bthe old and i..sn.lnrd make. f s
detruiped team. and physhilans say that th ugti l at b the %l.y of them a1 ni. i *f..iln a.n tf he' nwrmber, or th. Awrtatis of
pa~sfte. hook worm i uidosaitedly respousl notfu*-lr higir ntacimunta that ih. re tI. tll-,it fjrrined Auni ile, Maufaufetua4r
resident of ble for the poor showing the team is Settle of injUsts. ly hoMing back iuill N-ew York show under who.m *ua*144, theb atomlo e
Sboea ex* making, as one (efiet of the parasite liamilton and Miasmola have lear. UUnw When the' original| 1t01 aw Show, in th, irardns is h,14ld asmny
e t isN extreme pbyical Ihletgishnes. ly .own their diOes fro1yal of ts ha4t- ounffwas% were made the Impres. TTe nlacpt model will be displayed
tihat nce Dr. Rxomiarl'. report the Ue of IaJuttr. They haveIf iahie a@ galed eavsidr tldtr4hnr tide y 1 m. *n oyhi pa bth e epub m
tho falty has been looking onto class they d* ntm Ilwi-e. thi A Udsl that fJew eaa --g wAer.. to be found i Ir L- the Iir are patd i
VrM standing of thosw sfnleted with book arm of rtia) power Vaitn lthaee the moaority of the car, but a r're dlffCere* aed mialrtles. ad, Ib.
*|l n 1worm. sad In e vt.:y en D thtedr *a uad Lyoe ith a to i hu4-o man g *sfru l e iUmton wre ssi a w'cr of gwtteale "'is *p" whatM I a moo r
itag s lower than those who are fre* nature worth mor Ita Ih 0kO wori. th9bpa'n ltu 1e lhal f brilberyj. Reeriy ln of theta. AM the Tesh t .tek ed4sm in Ial nP io.
.Por the present I am wflag to .
Strst my ma e to the tise o Mons o .

4aas t-"- m-,s-t.-"'- I resbytery of AI*bpp

non RecMrds" -s"'" E" Eudorsesr

gary. No hev u er ANNI W(W A, Ost. U'-4-' as that le atige of ye.

own VAmw 5 N WV A P 005 06sommEt
Si now ft fwI* aso
am C. ad*. & k

rddo CL no J. 9 -.M IN too
ohs 1 FT .I bSisft d

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and 0 a lr6 4 bustan t14

as ee 0 tosive the fe' ow.

Iul faw by birth, having
4*t light of day inoSan
gbftftr year. ago. my
WpO a fairly nice farm and
a fow miles of San Prsan-
aloul the bay, a id when I was
jfh mo than a swaddling tot
movedK to thi piece, as my father
to take up the country life
'eUlg Ntgarded as an exceptional-
ly good shot, and loving the things of
Matune, my father used to bunt
preat dea for his pleasure, ano, c. ne
doptally, for the benefit of his neigh-
bmes, who were very fond of game
a'nfUd who were ess expert In shootaln
o b he. The reualt of an afteraoe
"T l ooused to be a guod gaem supper
,r most everybody around our home,
h r father ued to bag the game.
I "li the coors of time I naturally
inherited the instinct of my father,
sad became accustomed to go with
S regualarly, and it was not lossg
before the neighbors actually used to
'kid' father about his 'untallingl ae.'
as his son brought In more game
than be.
"I do mt deserve y credit ftar
marksmeashep, bease, as I my. It
was lalerited; bet I must admlt.
ikI from at own e erle atiV whati
ge had to ay, that I was kissk
im tsMed a shotIt, meI ue I welt
65 a acas5etnd p5m I
o be a uvreerlegameanmea that teUge
hn a tbe 'u1ema 4 1 an to
ltn e y we areela to. e a
We 4 M a yte ase bW Isbeml
fttiep gs wt 1 ed
A ame. a I eslmpsottm of a a uuther
Swea the ehaeu tor

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W bw sI amic
W1464 andb4~J
a UAW"~&~

"o+ i souo t o th
par Vof San Prae too'' t

Sea, Alaska, after mue
such as ealf, polar and ,
walrus and caMbdl For Itie-,"p
I apent a ha life In thb J6M
in 1893-4 went to the JaIaneI aid
Siberian coasts in slearoel of aciaa
tur seals. We also fared hard n ttiH
trip, but It wa auddenily ended 4n the
latter part of 1894 by the wrecktng
of our schooner. Henry Dennis, In a
heavy snow storm off the coast of
Kamtechatha, Bibersa. We were final-
ly rescued, after beinl cast off tor
seven days on a1 ref. by a Japwanek
fishing Junk and taken to Yokabaua,
Japan. I remained In Japan for some
Time. hooting in that empire for my
own pleasure, after which I went to
Ohina, remalaing there .for several
weeks. I returned home via Sands
which Islands. where I also spent
some Utime shooting. reaching Ban
Francisco about May 1. 1905.
*"In June of 19065 became a pao,
feassonal trap shboter, and Ia 190
held the wMrd' chapleoAship, break.
Ing II1 y birds trmlght nl the gret
New York tarmamelt."
Mr. hanats also holas the Madl.
brealng in st1a o i e.t'-i e
shodU Ia a Smem Ws. the at
beig plein el el Wt ro eu m id
faema rm t Nitew t .
ias 1e41 4 Vbemb. '6L
oth* a. mM the s m

wmns gsol ma N ,-- t. .,
Mr. -a e
bissl. 1 a Wa a

Th e e ea gwe a aWtW
whiah in mi ma .

ow two U ot Astt-
bkosm r.In vo "g tem t
dbs &M make thus Iwovelesi
In *a wt @Wame as the tads


- **:~" t'v

~' ow

This r thq e
$A blif w
the Yo tNA. %th.e
road b Aen W lds had' Stark ,s.
A sa ml wUa bedl ad da ahti
to arsthe a camp of Woondme oa
the Worl, and ten iembia were -
thted, quite a amber'W f -
conmina over ftr Mueta thK I
steamer to take rt. par
conducting the ,pSaptaeiM ,
State Organiser tape m a
Commaw Tq T;
Cattle are s* t fr wrter v
this vicinity, thef sal pply be
tin exhausted 'oa sconm-t of Ute
P are scarce aad high, but we
are glad we am mat In Cuba. where
they are two doMals a dosea.

bikoe.. el"ndud Mai au
*aB W $ WOrev s ldges
tn o ewMwt.ifo Ue. I

Moved O bw HI1
Mr. arn damWhoL"
b *e" boteea

BW4UL she vij
b I,"t Prm
Wda doctor bt
A, I was able to~


Io Be Sold
Ip eting at

ONville, Fla.

oiios are ofTered
S12 o'clock noon,
*nrves the right to,

lie- n nter an, i bict .
hlap, etc. F' l stores
g-Jfroto, Peanut,- nIil Pop.
Powle; Nem. ,:,il ancd
fr hop anr I l;,thliack

be itary and Tre
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---l%- *mow'

Dn't mee bA physes. The rm
mesm weasbes mbo vels, laeed-
kefte em mloe. oetewt'o
a, ed, 'e. ea-- ', tem
.s stem h ee -e toLtn.

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~oa sit' ~ h or


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ika if'.

fro frnw,
acutely an4
her you hay,
relief. Yo
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a Boys HM
ont of Them<

s truglt
time t
y Florida
collins b

L orida
sad tile 0
tin a
of 3 to 0.

Taylor at
Kense and
Il superb,
0als out of

a Id nd ll
Pm. Vidal B-14
pw same form
a much. M
IkMillan alt
hmselves ai-
s at every
ster has pl
lads" of the
Wr-back is
did style,
r in the
ane of the
a game will
p, and it give-
as fast and f
i ever pulled q
I woods." "."
bh Pile hau s
Wade Hamptwt
W, which Wa1
Iud clean foote
me out, "loonas
ill for the 'Vau'

Sa clear head,
I mind. D6
*, gentle. l4d*
rl. D)eWitt'p
Ikive is Ud
I a alve is
Flood for Pfn.

SBig Furt

9 TWO M, mI4

onw fto StE ;
k"Ple .124. lows
hg West desird
~Maki an'd
Red. Sash
be kown
I R iqSE UMs sa~

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Th. `

Pure Whte Ltad
(DOteh etf SMte seMo tims)
mixed with pure indeed .1. pgto right doen fato the
p s and ; r.aticallt Iwe mO a pSt nf the wood. That
Is %% hy our pr whi lAd t lint'l Oed Makes e o
Wsnuc Imillt-it wNearav

finting ( lil ,it N~b. iN We will at*]
yms money-saud4ingifswmattsill btkPt
Ipll u Aultea c40em dVA.,


as TT. DeU returned yesterday
a vislt to WorthlnIton, Alachua
,other points In the interest of
the ilartsdeld Grocery Company.
1 es Gertrude Robertson left yester-
S 4Y for Jacksonvll*e. where she will
spend the next few days as the eatst
of her sister, Miss Eva Robertson.
SJames Bodiford, after an absence
-1O few weeks in Jacksoaville, where
la in the employ of a large drug
- 1l, is visiting his parents here.
D.D. I Martin, agent of the Atlantic
Coast Line at Fort White, was In the
city yesterday, having come on busl-
ami connected with the office of Bu
p tendeat McArthAr.
.J Cant' look well, eat or feel well
. 'with impure blood feeding your body.
eept the blood pure with Burdock
S : od Bitters. Eat simply, take exert
.',. olse, keep clean and you have long

'iT. E. Getken of Webster passed
roughh th6 city yesterday en route
from Fort White, where he was
Med a few days ago on account
the sad death of his mother. Mrs.
Captain Oetsen.
W.Trehbeart lodiford, repreesnting
the outhern Drug 'Company, Jackson-
tille, arrived In the city yesterday and
will remain here for two or three
tday vialting his parents, l)r. and
SMIr. J. 8. Bodlford.
Miss Helen Toles. a charming young
lady of Dayton, Ohio, who has been
here attending Miss Tebeau's school.
has returned to her Northern home,
much to the regret of the numerous
hetrnads be made during her sojoura

Mrs. Geo. K. Broome returned yes-
terday from points Into North Caroline.'
where she spent the name& pleasant-
ly. She was met In Jacksonville by
#r. Broome, who accompanied her
home. Friends are delighted to el-
SoJ ber her e agaUp.
Mlar ew adel passed through the
city yesterday en route to his bomne
it JaelkMatvlle. fHe was en route
troam plate In South Florida.
wv" be has been for several days
if the I terest of the lnasrac de-o
peta mt of the Knights of Pythias.
Among the vlaitor. to Ohaervilll,
O Oe. W. Holsendorf of Ut. eoMw .
retrefntatlve ftr the Amer-.
g I tl imber m gapatay, meru

tI eima Oea f ~ jw V lame mbsr
threghboot tia iectic.
SW. lee"eld. fo~rly
whI i new makwao
eersM W. w a arep wl n
g Uwas seMOD 0 e

ia.$ IH was
^ -- ea- y prgewssoaas

from u s *bm. |r Is.

go.,- pin e ab

VIAs .

MW tb 4 $*

gated about 1 halJes. against 241
bales last season.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L Denhan re
turned yester 'oMn Ocala. where
they have bean for the past two or
three days, tW ftrwir on buslame
connected with The in0. In the later
eat of a Marion County Fair depart,
meat of this paple. and the latter
visiting relatives ad friada.
Most womes ar te bled with kid.
ney complaint. and you know very
many serious and .*M fatal diseases
result from these selected kidney
troubles. If yoa wil take DeWitts
Kidney and BIad PFills as direso
you may be ooatdeat of good reause"
Try them and see ahw really gapt
they are. Beware of Imiltations, p.i9
that are Intended to deIeive Yom. Be
sure you get DeWitt'. Sold by all
Friday Afterneb Slaea.
An alarm of re,. was turned In
from Box 37 at 1:16 o'clock Priday
afternoon, which summoned the do-
partment to the barn belosIlas to L,
L. Hill, north Univerlsity street.
The department was prompt Ia *
polidilg to the alarm, bit the seit
was not liven until the baMttigS wa.
well enveloped In flames, Spa .
arrival at the scene It was awoertal-*
ed that the water pressaue was very
low. owing to the probable failure of
the engineer at the states to eWt O
the pumps. The result waS that the
entire building, with oeptesta, was
totally destroyed eforo reef could
I*w socurrd.
The building contained a buggy sad
harness. the property of MarIshl
vell. and that official also lost a
quantity of feed stuff
There was no InsursanC e0 the
building or content'.

A Good Friend of Gealievlle.
J. W. Olesaon of Jfrel a, bOhio,
oe otf the regular winter vidtLors to
Galaemville. and who never lomas a&
opportunity to may a xgoo word for
thin city and sectihmon.im arrived, aad
declares bIe iis glad it aI back. aad
his friends are api.r.'r-atly a s lad
to w0e bhim. Mr Ul( m states that
he ha Intereted Mr ansd Mrs. W. H
I',#s ruf Cleveland, (lo, su g(et~tly
:n U(alsaevilk' to ra*." them to Ige
their (bhie honr, al ithay -e
I;tted here within IH aet 4rA aW
two, and will rreaid. la GaileiB
twermisaently. Mr' (;li.tiM Is MbeMid
A friend. we want and w w I|egite
the gord thing .e ha to O W tM
e, t tthe :.nrth.

MNe a Melee,
As a reminder that th~ W m N
lW&, sad that the tO w erel y a1
ae Nseoes w ere tohaW e a a
faothall today. a""desta of af t go
vertya paraded se streS % k
wta their horbe ad Ol iM 'I
meats. sad "mde a 6sar
emeeh masversty stedat
These otaesta attnrtad in
del of at ttem. aad m aamod esnM
alme agemt, as tw w omwm
their war. h* la* e rns.
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HAb A PD3IN MhIlN- ftnoel
ummierNm Aerte Na. 184 ti Qa.
tfering Weck. *el
Almoa other oportaalg

Order otf Batee. 'whobh aS
gaiblag tI memhership1
Stometla Aerwl bet.a Lae am a
lag Thutuday light, whilh wp ag
Waeaded. and at which the My"stl i'
of the oMter were conferred *pe m
mwaddate. Charles Wood.
Mr. Wood ood-aturedly deoeaie
that "it's worth the prieo." atwith
stauadla that at tes he wa w~ I k
ta high, nd he I glad thathe le

A Cos.mpleem Signl
It OWder to let the biO k"e
where e wa at," a. mnrte 4, S
al mbmtenha 1 Bar-m, 1 oaRa, Wo
cimaftt cest b", placed a MONslh
S a his m tore. Mr.M tSl
bars deeMree th w, e f at
eme on Umo atMeet, "e ae"holbaa
' Nlws M O the o sa& "to the rigt
3IMueh but In the wro pew." u he
ia oa the eppoeite side of the street
fre wheme she coducted builaeas for
o may ypess before tlekvlns for Nw
Vth. He sao e he will et (iwed t
it ater a while, however

Opening of Kllergart en Delayed.
As the room would not he gotten
ready by Maoday, it has bw n decided
Mnt to op"e the kluderxarten before
the eighth of November. The ladles
who are interrete'd in the kinder-
garten munienwt are plannlni to
make this room one, of th most at
tracti've ||lact' III town It is ru
worod that one benevolently Ineltned
meatlem.s has promised to build a
Ihadsame kInderPartn btelldl if the
proe*at venture proven sateessful.

Arsher Is Lively.
H It Hodeosc of Archer, one ad
the leadlag merchants of that pro-
preilve town. wae in th e tl|y U
bmslnee Thursday lie states that
Areier is on tIhe beM t comi*erriil
footUg OW It has ever twa. as nn
tie seems to hav e lt.-'ts rithused
lato thea omiunalty The farnmer0
have reaimid lair pries for their |rPi
doets. ead on laturdar the streets of
Ma towa present a realJ Hv appear

Yr'c lai t u aalaM*
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t Ar

A0I' momue toa ew ilmpo

eUNA style lisp uworsmw tpy

101% W. Mali t $VO, M.


At Mrs& MOCifmleh'eMIIIIMZ
Ber e" West *SA&-
Square, M.W'VIW% qw*.

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and ~perOlymso"

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Oft ef 000%rld upe


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"t ,m r will .i ove s- a

y, oIf pOIrt5 seatber a
w wi e trr hatv sometbsaj
wt aWn fl ., o
M- ats aw ask a record *howrinl
4 the siql6 0 y winng 14.1 pei
wat o0 1i 4t6iL Delite its amw
ft Is not a 'slepinnlg terw.
S; If' the Chinee loau angs flre much
leger the CIelest il may be relleved
the tue st.uly u( buiwdtag a raslred
0 th aramna I s the art of viatioa.
Sso0M enterprising man would
-l ait a few aores in wild rice on
1'ao'.Vs PafMl* he would soon find it
I great eating ground for wild ducks.
A report states that American To-
ba o Interests will erect a cotton
,4IUL We have stood for hay, alfalfa,
MQbbsv .and Manila cigars, but cot-

With abort staplf cotton selling
Arod. u fifteen ccnt Boea Island cotton
ought to command at least thirty
o' to. And It will if the farmer holds
out for that price.
The hunting season opens Monday,
November 1, and sportsmen will not
oly find plenty of game In this nelgh.
borbood. but two of the best hotels Ihn
Oaleevllle to be found In the State.
The Times.Union says "Every day
ought to be Sunday In Sunny Florida."
Geo whisk! what would we poor devils
In Galaesville do for a smoke or cold
drink If such were the case? One
day out of seven Is sufficient for.n us
thank you.

If Halley's comet. which is already
begtaalang to scare some timid people.
woal but produce the same efeotc
ap a dellaquet subeeribers to newe-
papers and make themorn ay ap, It
Should be a Insactal beaeat as well
as as astrosoaleal uearosity.

Dlring the oomina winter. uays a
4d1aak fom" Walmato.a, a lMett
S army at navy board wil give sare
fal attestto to tohe ~"aotaat workM
ft baMflU atitlatem at the OWm
tram to the taasma Caal. The
bearl wtl) over the grovat. lavetI
0ato e1 tdla atd thea be qualed
to a st IItIaIstly when the plass ehr
faeM io WO are ready for carry

t If a-toaI carm to take Op
the agua e f awapme lyug he me
.ot g At d the city to pmnase
ahis meia e as amey. the &tK
11 NeO Wata b Wa n beea eesanb
there I to sb t a bewhvw eve
the time of their naamfetuw ft a

menes **b tu sa* e *have *m
"Gou ft ^ W - A k vow am

Sh- ";aad rPhil6Mo., m
Pubas ]Pi.f 0W of a"@ kgQuisatln a
an~d !s'V400"t to have told them tEN
q F -MGMto former P ieMRoMbsaOt Am bhig
~ *,; ,,tho wod o, Es-Polid? av-bo strenuou lie we t
NPoei~b4. for more evil$ 5A4 .313*
Va IEI*0 & ~U96 1 'a AM~rlethan toay 066i esusc -LLP-
110"075 WI0410We gYsr nHe woi s hi. topic "Timorrow"' vS
J04 OW104us Vs60h1have to and said:.o A
theme. 4 *a~wcrkn ##we atoaan In too great 6 u~~
001on lbs Wk 603b"00 we shoom Pt .some things AeN MutA
h DWsma IIMl hs iwo W156 t omorro*.' Lywi"g.for 1nutaS5& JAI$" F.
''v t X~~J#PI 9QTMe Ii used t,10 a.tew lies myself, but
?', Maibe found'. I 1Lowa.;,reI tq~.
m~4~mss 3 Uphaft Of dolle" we much VoosPettion. 1
0670 tY Preservative Uea'\ 'ad *ht~lg Into 3JtL that 14
09 J~~n bs mue lo am otbwor shfmgthat we'shoJ4Aw'691
'IF", 404- imse104 W;ft"" a M ci~iaounty wbenI
T if b*I-A mly but Ithnow-boNoe a
Is v~te r ~e Jib h~.were 4C no 46"sot
Ut. 'P*r~' 3IC to th' p~d if i had wanted to.
wV I" most yaiuble aasbuaOF
de"V.Timer nthe'
~-od ivi. hWuiusubstanoes The tines fin, r tter
4a ieg a ..~.. i8~ ure s old a",. not Y94b ht *e~~c~
~~ ~sea rcsly OY Sight 0,ept~e
that Of Sjoung man Idling time XG AI
bl SI45*d'~4S~O fterobl upping hispmanhom . t. .. ..D.VI.S
f~ti6Ie-4ae~St. th. wo~ ~gwsbgM"into, a dronesAnd abtu
1torn~~us d abig -so*".Let a man be ldI "
Ms~a.t~ln 0 04*6 lwyouth and prime L. DE4MIA
~ ~ .~. that An'p -age he may enjoy thI" s
414ev the -4hi 4saquam~ iiity be haAre
'* qrv'tiv.teat~mont of Umber at sch
haISportance -that theWl bulnonuarea of onead
Otleeof t$09halted "tt". OW"~'os~r a sdily hr
elio.thtM aevi l- 0( teseltatanj01u l aamw Ow
wit now aadI1 Ad-o
Wis., Is given 0ove~SreIJ o wlreibrohe wiltonb oh1

herMeas e urhg o ~ ~ A ailulma00 ea oiitfit b. 7,u 7t
worof dollars annullynthough oing uIW4RThe sonra fUwwOs d*onsuq ,CtPlt
awywith r thwlieav epuk qoflbo 4)Vpon4 o
adcosprtiof m adderia for renewals boa.dbs t

Olo.' itita
bi t 0 svig f h t inmet .410 t

Outdoor pageats have caught the
popular taste. Those at Quebec last
year and at LAkt Ohamplaln apd oa'
the Hudson this year were pronouno-
ed success. The nation is now old
enough and rich enough' In history to
make these shown both valuable aln
attractive. Then, too, the conditions
of climate are much more favorable
for such affairs than those of Eng-
land. where they origluated and where
their succetdw has been phenlomrnal.
Within the next few years we may
expect to s ee very many States and
oommniuulte holding such pageants in
which the prlacipal historic .eventA
and the various stages of commercial
and other advancement will be fitting.-
ly portrayed. .
President Taft has set foot on for.
eign soll and no catastrophe has fol.
lowed. The foundations of the mighty
deep have not been shattered, neither
have the heavens fallen. This must
be quite a shock to those people who
thought no President should visit
another country because no President
ever had. Perhaps it Is just as well
that am Intelligent, progressive nation
has shown tlat it is superior to such
unreasoning prejudices.
*One of the eadidates Is a getleU
man, but nat a poticlan," says The
New York Ua. Now, wVll Uttle Old
New Tork bet on the easmees o a
man who ismo t a peltleat querres
The Alatta Ositetaltue.

With lcal tpulatitsa as tam ant
reach the Moa fllt l4" M2 ,lmaru
and iae or er 1A W me ky I tau
erafUal rnaS-N "-- of O- aft
Cuar to take Iatermsa My sad set U
recy ot, the blee and Umee
fatees. Ha Catarrh Care is aoet
a quask rme*48L. was peesrube
by a"e oi the Mbest phs nas to this
caa r ee iPre adi a regular
prI rtoam. 1t skI omposed at the
bad toswn. w, hateI with the
beut Mbi nd r 1g- % tg direetlv
s the m AS -W B T Ie Nthet

t eSo I m ae W rka am 1 e teoH
04"h A SP
*MW abbk as

A Delightftl leverage, a
Safe Uimulant, a
Oed Mediolene.
For Sale 1y All Leading
Shippa n Hoseo


F ," old "
SCoult t "Pule Folder"

7ot2 led bd Ilfrmtiofj rdwatechedules a'nd ree-
*irvatlons, m YOurneatest Tiket Agent,
-write;tooral~l on
D~ iv, A peAt, Thyv. Pass. Agent.
Antb ieCSU Lie.J80MvyIlll&Florida.

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~ $f. Barkfer, Troffic MI'

Sand Wre

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planted iU

jWith acO~cbS6
ldg Deweyasstm,~

,Gtxger of r~

in ,Iiddlebur

Sj. Ri. Tucketb,
jlrod (jfldU'O
add, IAY II

wu :'ailroa
mccoy on

ky Tuesday' WA
0(51LtO1.d TWA
hg the erectioll44-1


gx Swanson,
hnd Cigar Co
s additional t
ftory in order t
bide. .
sty (Grand Ch lAo" .., 0.
of Titubville W
f ecntly and In
of the Knight at
lce. - ,' :.-
SJohn M. Grahai 'G ca
s aays that the
mnival in .lacknon.v 1* 0
but that it would 0* %PVW
their attending the tw

. A. S. Badger of Wa4x i^ Wk.i
wsu in charge of the "We
terian church & w"IC. has
ed a call to
r) kr,,.ii church of

IFrfu.r car now
s*umn trip from *
was made in
buts the sixteen
by the Chal -
Wloing trip.

G.G M Hlouston, wife il
It Ja(k.,nville tbhe .U
hviig (oinme ovaim d l5-',
1M sixty horse-power au
from New York, without
t nilhap. .. '. *

W. McMulleii of Jenagi"I now
4'r a -;cy of the WG 5. L F.
j ('uiupany at Lade' r
w ma.df, vacant by' the6la-
ra rt-naIl;i of the former ga(.
Cawii. to iLke City.

p Knbra of Dade City, who to
r of the Sunnybrek Toha
ay. .a. that Florta wper
Pa ir t rnnggin two, doli IL a
t Thp lade City pa Ita ise
I the largent la the Sa
I*1 foot, ashlng IWfMhi&g
Rhan the t-e d S
Uaeval foo.
6 was held. whb
t feet of en.
did li kewlse.,

-* ore be- (*-i
Ofte largest
*k sWhen miJu.
Porida Lad 0
or s T'.o. The

at Monroe, beb
SOMo b S

4ad Miills4,

Lpf ofRasourii'


ST'rs. 0. S. Sagerser, 111 Woodlanc
&#., Kansas City, Mo., writes:
*I feel it a duty due to you and tc
aoters that may be aflicted like myself,
t6 speak for Perensa.
' *My trouble flst eame after la grippc
ibght or nine ypwf ago, a athering h,.
my eed af d a r*algs. I suffered
most all the timo. My nose, ear, and
iyes were badly affected for the last two
years. I think from your description ol
internal ostarrh that I must have had
that also. I suffered very severely.
"Nothing ever relieved me like Pe.
tuna. It keeps me from taking cold.
"With the exception of some death.
epos I am feeling peoecty cured. I
am forty-six years old.
"I feel that words are inadequate to
,=press my praise for Peruna."
Stomach Troutle Seven Years.
Mrs. T. Frech, R. R. 1, Hickory Point,
Tenn., writes:
,'Having been afflicted with eatarrh
sad stomach trouble for seven years,
and after having tried four different
doctors they only relieved me for a little
while. I was induced to try Peruosa
and I am now entirely well."
Man-a-lin an Ideal Laxative.

Middlebuig, has purebased a i rao-
Ilne launch. a:; uftcr i 't tiourh
overhauling, will Put it in cornmnisEi.)>
as a freight and tug lba'. K:.iiloi'pp
with a thirty-fiv, lhov e. ;o) rtr ut', I
matic engine this is just what is need-
ed on the run from .Middlehurg to

Another big 8hiplucut of Lteel rails
from the Birmingham district was
made through Pensacola on Tuesday
to Brazil, where a syndicate Is build-
lag a railroad. The British steamer
Drumranlig arrived in Pensacola with
a cargo of 6,600 tons of rails, which
is to be carried to a point up the
Amason river.

Slightly Colder With Snow.
kWhen you see that kind of weather
tflest you know that rheumatism
weather is at hand. Get ready for
it pow by getting a bottle of Ballard's
Snow LUnlment Finest thing made
tor rheumatism, chilblanas, frost bite.
ore and stiff Joints and muscles, all
aches and pains. 25c. 50c and $1.00 a
botte. Sold by W. M. Joh1Ion.
Establishes New Mill.
Monroe Venable of Archer was a
baipas visitor to Galnesville Thurs-
day. Mr. Venable is already exten-
vleSy gaged in the manufacturer of
lto're and vegetable and fruit
Stum. but has recently established
Sawumil at Half Mooe, where be
1iMapm to cut quantites of reegb
plae lumber. As a butler.
be termed an "emineat

galar Bs Mcoaditioaa,
o Nr fmfaa try Hicks' Cap*
odt mea the fever sand re
Sasking. It's liquid--., SI
jill ..- e n wr'm'

A Pr1616VOe *OPP*?*
l -of the U brary AAurIa
t give a "Progresasive Scper
*i eveal frm I to 9. at
.ITO en, pe-.
egl be ave cow* eah
I iee4 There wll b*e W
A Wa "g t e, for alL si ime3
ma -. and brisi

~se~SItchor sant rboen
~ WSQ.Can'tbear' the touch
p ~ dodft& DOS ntew
w stojb4 CommWhy
06 si1e




Thinks Himself Safe From Eleetric
Chair-Says They Can Prove
Only Manslaughter.

NEW YORK. Oct. 29.-Frederick
Gebhardt, who married Anna Luther
under the name of Otto Mueller and
confessed that he killed her when he
tired of her. is positive that they can-
not send him to the electric chair.
"They can't prove more than maa-
slaughter." be mumbles. and theo
breaks into a rage agalnst his Astoria
wife, who has now turned completely
against him.
"I said the other day," Mrs. Geb.
bardt told the police yesterday. "that
a woman I did not know had told me
Fred had kicked seven other women,
That was Pot true. Pred told me that
himself, as a warnang, when I became
curious about his odd behavior.
"One morning I said to him: 'Pred,
what makes you cry out such wild
things In your sleepr Instantly he
was like a wild man. He seized me
by the throat, threw me against the
wall and cried out, 'What was It I
said-tell me quick.' I lied to him,
for I was frightened. He said vero
slowly: 'I have killed seven women
In my time, and if you ever speak a
word of this, I will kill you, too.' "
A conjecture that Gebhardt. or
Mueller. might be the Paul Mueller
who In 1896 killed a farmer, his
wife and their daughter In the neigh.
borhood of Worcester, Mass., is sald
to be refuted by the prison records,
which the police are Informed, show
that Gebhardt at that date was saft m
In Sing Sing prison. 1

Imperfect DI &tlen
Means less nutrition and in loaae-
quence less vitality. When the liver
falls to secrete bile, the blood becomes
loaded with bilious proportles, the di
gestion hecomea Impaired. 'd4 the
bowels conrtipated. Herbine will
rectify this. It given tonelto the stom.
ach, liver and kidney, strengthens the
nppet*.e, cl"ari Im;.rovet the corn.
slexion, Inlfuse new tI aid -tr to
the whole system. 60 entts I bottle.
sold by W. M. Johuan. ,

The 8us off*e fori e bm N.

Alfred D0. Rinuse8



Cement Sidewalk*
All Kinds ef
Cement Work
Cement FPlor
and Drives
Tiling Lsying and
Tile Walks
Concrete Wslks and
St ne IExcvaUtn

MGPe#Oh Orove SteGN
Galneeville, Fkwoft


To ftd owt after yowW Pinfd w"t
yoor inas'? that the Opety tsPONd
for M&s a famlty IltkeW-111" #ApI

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Aveld inskISS OMI" IL "d ea
eam k8tb cha& SW ii

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ON dho.. Ww Pwoheo UTM
3rn'w 166h Tube lsi~
Tuto and aayae, tl.mJef!IS
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ft erbtno..Von- *"Mm",bp he ajMd. 33 y
And Is alla. core l *mued
IItdoesn't urui, ou FrNiAN-*H -ii
yc,omkb ~inst" B old l'y M. b'NACH~S4l5'EAP*I(
Whether f&010e"No.MAe1004*01
'0 Am UNAstor Wootd m0 1 *' ivyw.Its' iaquid-1aleasaus to
Ow" bPlOto wsweeastC oSta~Lk*--a"ts toaiumdiately. V Ivy t.@

4101 MeBtx.1, 4v.!,off w

Jeheenvllle, Pk lur,

Rates, $1.00 per day and up. Rather.
keller and Cafe In connecotie.


&.v whe a furou
POW bit hmbbeM I W.

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4ev. bbwa olbt ontt

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U"And t~rowl. sOdsd

-Uhwnt m ot ct for

Med q~a. le was
ibilk t the te IW Unttts ofbis
---n IsOP ke*" 0*10 by thbe Moon.
,evrM.4whs",dyerow age. -%'d from
P4416 t" **"*Vru.4 IICuri'd to Joutb
%swtims by i be Spauls, m.Mleb..

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vanlity ttaat be alwaS 'el

laspf"Hom. li I a

"oIjust '2itY'm

The clogas. -
wouMdn't be wk~itheut

The poet took his *vihrevmute~
pistol from the baroan drawer.
" What lire jou7- plut do wIt~p
that?' asked ble ttimewife.
"I'mN ong to iSm it to drivethe "M
from te d~oe'-hbe a 0we'!1
Ten miunteslater the peWubIM11
bkd adranoteIt on It-Cb~ks pll%

-. 01d Hi WoW 0.
NO?~kuW. (2Mu. about the 4*
smend *rqqiM ftI want tout,
-4)k ra oit ebev Hws'ret
F"u to Want tomake "rueslqto
PrOve your lTo..- DaftMrMXOAmftsu
Last Oppeetuelb.
Wif*Y-! runember tOW 010k, 1
ttopuxed to me-I beut joy b"s#
enlut motbtpg. :tub (COufutlug
know ft w~rrh-v You. deanr:t
Whid-ytmye anade up $W,,#t

on oft ha~44fO C
44bad w i~
W 0~

forIotruiy property,
Ollm ro-ied),
famng lands..
YOU offertfor uig.

AM Adsolicitor in lqui

*All business~f
Office next dor
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&N 11Court&, OWa

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cure FU
~ggestion 1
villae Ito d ^
the matter
i-prpose of a .
i.tp IFlorldl
cau notify g
.ecrctary, a
credited. i
, tIriLutions
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atry of Stat-J
Niahassee. aA
ptroller-A. 0.1
.rr-W.' V. -,
lsslioer of JH
, Tallabasse.
L ot rnblic Init rt
ay. Tallabaahi
Bad Comm u
Itrr. Chart
Moyal C.
y17 All coma
rNued to Tsf
Ment of the S0
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IL Pa~Uc D*USu~4 .

ORl- P. G. riiamse,idg.

IAsses sor-W. .
ICol~ector-W. V *ahI
Inter-J. D. am 4he
O"lsor Rpgam~.~4~

br Cidesyille. so",44.
ku4. C aM Pv~lW ,.rNF
Ir Cbsa. W.
mown, Ga~l j lift
am5 school c~
La&Crosse; "4

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hiChas- IL


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~7O w

rsity City.

hga^Ine lt e la conceded to be thb
.o0t e*t as aing al well as the mob
t y In tho Interior of Floi
^^^ -19 located ii the very centei
99 half wav between the A'
G tafi Coasts. surrounded b .
a. da as wiw~n heA
of such fertility as to be capable ,
Sduclug a great variety of croap
a h*art of the truce-growlnr
te and naval store belt. Sl-
th. best educational advantagm
SState, onod churches, l'.l,
which are superior to an.
Its also In Forida. with large
sistent oiagreatulona; has
,which cannot be excelled ft
MnDplemiurs. All those nature.
S combined with a proera,l
i1Ju a enterpetaing coamupolbtai
bip, sr% sure to make a bit
a*. many natural attraction
1 proxi mity to the city, some o
a re Alachua Sink, rained
the Devil'sa Mill Hopper, War
s Cave, and Lake Newnan, al o
"h are reached by private convey
Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest
.d Suelit veo sock foarmo I the State
S' egly Iht miles wesat of the elf
AMni reached by a good hard roac
E| N.iing a most pleasant drive. 0
E Temers of Alachua county, o0
#bIC h Gainesville Ae the county seat
Mt t home and board at thue aai
The temperature aIs very ni
SMo .1y *ver reaching the nine
e i rn aummert or the twenties t
6Th populatIon of Galneavllt
a eigboht t thousand. represepUnB4
*arty every nationaty an the faei
. oa tthe earth, and strangers always
With a hearty welcome.
4, '*Tho University of Florida for younr
6 and2 the Natlocal Agricultural ZE
9 Vipenmt Statlop are located within
Ojlneeville aes so many tbhiag
we aiust, be pardoned it we omit
w4sI of them in the followIng ununior
f t atOof wbat
Gi lan villse Has:

One artist.
No maklns.
One laraSo.
IFour hotels.
F our hai,
IFour dalr,..-
One foundry
Water works.
Tan churcbea. j
One gas plaat..
Two otin hopa.
Thres bakar..o.
Tan phyicia .. '
ftx fruit s' t.
STwo utismith. ,
s'ix reetauratits.
fOne setl &torv.
xit drg sato;M.
sow soe bopIT
Stats Unlverutr. ,
IMasose Temptl. ;
Twonty lawyer.
Two Olut Sbope.
four contractors. (
One bicycle shop.
Baseball diamond.
Two lee faetorie.
ix muste soeoolt.
00e variety store,
One pblHe library.
Two wagon work,
Twa plai-g mills.
Two racket stors :
Two lumber yards.
One marble wor*s.
Three sllersmIMnlt
rhee wood yards
vir dental rooa .
one expreal oso.
res maH deliver.
po ef mr.
b barber b.
TwIo publ ecboolA.

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Two (rtuMwBBa -'-
Two livery a fted stable.
One crate ano fatory.
One Elk.' Club a Moom.
Hardwood M2aaut xag Plat,
Agricultural BxZptwlat Station.
The Diooean School of Florida.
Florida Winter Bibl Conference.
Five dressmakinglg eM blilshmeta..
National Odd Pelow' Snitatlul.
Three undertaking eatablishmeanW.
Two of '.he beet hotels in the in
Two wholesale mtn and hoed l
Two wholesale groeer; establish.
Water "that has made Galoeavllel
The fnest oper ahae tn the State
outalde of Jackonville-
A Government buIling now belhf
etected to oot Whien completed
L..arpeters, man. plasterrs,
palnters, prtnter% bMlulsts and la-
boring men galore.
More mile. of pavid streets sad
grauolita c sidewalk. tuha an) other
town in the Interior f the8 State.
An $85,000 ooort 0W built of briek
and stone-a besutlf 1tnacturo-said
the lawns, flowe Volk, shrubbey,
Confederate monume-t. etc.. surround.
Ing 1', take It a mot attractive pl.

Published for .nfermtion of the1
General Pubilc.
Atlantic Coast Line.
Lv. Gvrille for Jackrilb i:46 a. 3:30 p&
Ar. Grille fr. Jackylle 3130 p. 7:M0 I
Lv. Grille for Ooa a Tamps 12:60 ;.
Lv. Grille for MIcan py, Btc 7:30 p.I
Lv. Oville for High 8.. te. 3:30 p. a.
Lv. Glille for Trenton, Ete., 3:30 p. at
Lv. Ovllle for Wilcox, tRe., 5:5 p. n. I
Ar. from Southern pott s 3:30 p. n1
Ar. Oville fr. Micanopy, Vto.. 7: *15 a. m.
Ar. GOville tr. High 8., ltc., 1:34J p.m.
Ar. GOville tr, Trenton, Me., 12::'1 p,.. i,
Ar. Oville fr. Wilcox. c.. 8:.5o a. W.'
Seaboard AJe Line.
Lv. GOvill for Jckvllle :19 a. 3: 0 p.
Lv. Gainesville for Cedar Key 6:04 .W
Ar. Grville fr. Jackville 13:'20 p. 5:40 p.
Ar. Grille from Cedar Key t:10 a. ui.
Tampa and Jackoenville R. R.
Lv. G'vllle for Micanop)' 10:10 a. i.
Lv. Grille for Hampaof City 48 p. in.
Ar. Gvrille from Micanopy 5:80 p. m.
Ar. Grille fr. fRampon City 10:10 p. is
SUnder and by virtue of a sertain
final decree f ct rcclusud'tt& 04 l
made by the Honorable J. f.WIU.
Judge of the Cirrult Comrt of the
Bghth Judicial Circuit tf Pferida, In
and for Alachom county,-ll lbanoerVy
sitting on the 30th day of SepteIber.
1909, In a certain cau sepd la." I
said court, wherein Tr- 'Ae ol!
Electric Telephone Compsay a tar.
poratlon. In complainant, l7Q M. P.
Summers is defendant; theb ladersgl
ed. T. n. Ellis, Jr., as Spec8al Mater
In Chancery In said cause, wtll offer
for sale and sell to the hlbt and
beat bidder for cash at bile Metery
on Monday, the first day of Novmber.
1909. the samo I'wlng the 1 at MoNW
day In said month, duri Uthe sep1i
hours of, alp. before. t Opera'
House Door In the Tows of Hllh
Spring, Florida. that certaa personal
property, towit: 3,229 tminda mIl
Telephone wire; iW pounds 3. .Tel.,
phone wire; 4 Telei'ho-, e M5
No. 1., oak: Bell DP *esl"ver:
60 Pomy Olass luIulatonI 10 Oak
Draeketa. T. 13. MI, J*l.
SpeciiM eeter.
Oomp lataaft Solidl4as.
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Out in China all thing
Ppkyciw w uiP /0r h. ifor
ihen tdir patient. fall ill ori
check ito d. T*he Cinee
ma not n by nuTm trtt J IS B
04 legth of to W'me hh clients r"0e. *'
An advertising medium uft be ]ud4 r j I
theaa e*ay. Th6at tit
credit isn't so mportnt as the e*p
AAnem to dor e tal k ( t. .
tab.hment year afer yr It. '
aign thatthe nr ha

continue to be it look. ,+f+ t |i *
tomera over a Stretch e t wiht ie
being 'discovered. A wbn
able to bo 0t of
tat have C*ntinuedtro '71F
&a atch of dec;
I plai ly mountain Ph k yac e b
above it ellows... ,., ,

the atron at virtue thCat a nowipaper qm t
e eO.dl eA ofsu ,'ve omunt ion lo
thg td e- to tnndt a hd hin .er
I0erb to of it a U tuAor Imtfvt
Ta le per whIsa ch ha at durnce betw sn. a

a ;amemsuewa^e(Wand act eQev hg u
Jut a a manufacturer is always e i r
ntaeiv a squoiceat stocks I a store which ha
eaned the re pct of te community, Just o a
retailer u4ould be anrious to invert hisnme A la
a nwappr which his ared the r f#ed q *
moloiakr. The manufacturer feels that he will
re ciea aquare deal from a store which Loa
ge to ts credit. He can expect muchfrom
a newspaper which is a credit to ts age .
The newspaper which outlives thert do .
so because it was st Atted to-it had to S
the confidence of its readere-and kep N. It
had to be a better newspaper than any other,
and better newspapers goto the homesof hitter
buyers. Every bat of its circulation has the
element of quality and stayeng power. And it
is the respectable, home-lov:in element of every
community--not the touts and the gambler- ,
toward which the merchant must look for his
business vertebree--he cannot find buyers un-
less he uses the newspaper that enters their
homes. And when he does enter their home.
be mus not confuse t heet that come ia
the back gate with the newspaper that ei d
lived at (be front door.

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t i Mtamg l fron sa b ofm trip to
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Pooser of the At.
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Al COMM*at Atret f Ompany,
hs f t d f a business trip to

wMls Madrie Caae*I ha gone to
Ift. h, havnAg Ib called on sac.e
~ ;shfea ofm her siter, Mrs.

OKpWta and frqeh und
,p tooslved from the
4111 so us or 'phone 93.

v Miss ai"t pand nephew, Msa.
'O Cha w 0f1r. after a pleasant
list, to rWlatives here, have returned
|'so-iteir hme at Mlicanopy.
VPotball today. Rollins vs. Univer-
sity. 3:30 sharp, at ball park. First
gaute al the season. lie sure and at-
Saud. Admission. 2, and 50 cents.
e ol. 1. B. Webster, cashier of the
. Dutton Phosphate Company, left yes-
tertday for Floral City and other
poluint on business connected with his
George R. Ellis left yesterday for
a bet visit to South Florida in the
Interest of the Florida FertIMu
Company, of which he to the tivel-
Ing representative.
T. J. Cone. the lumber manufacturer
of Raleigh. wa in the city on business
SThursday. Mr. Cone has one of the
luot modern plants in this section,
and enialoys a lhire number of hand*.
John J. Calu of Coumbla. 8. C.. an
extensivee ciontrator who has charge
of the University work In this to here looking after his interests (or
a few days. He reports pirogreni oat
Sob quite satisfactory.

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(i~ sssd, av. in Ow- sM

toa -for wt ls" temdbateh
that they-ar vme u ftfrstIWIBs th
h it It~e d"esogiros theOW erm
te', Two 0160 s. 60 eeto See$IA. th
thser 7a"ret~sul th ON eem tSoat-hs
The P.* 1017 ha. J.W. e whatever
Co.. oir &io tat Ik ll flAir
tuets i.1. beet ba
that hey~ay m nthiu fr the~ i'eme.

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Fresh lot of craaberrie. W. D.
Fagan & Co. *
Five cans two-pod tomatoes for
i6 ceat. C. A. Bailey A Co.
B. I. Flowers of Wil eford was in
the Olty on business yesterday.
.ltabagas. cabbage and split peas
at W. D. Pagan & Co's. today.
Lump starch, 5 cents the pound-
all the time. C. A. Saley & Co.
Nice coep of fat bens for your Sun-
day dinner. W. D. Fagan & Co.
Prunsm, apricots and peacee, 13%
cents pound. C. A. Valley Co.
Buckwheat and Graham flour In
bulk just reieltd,. Saunders & larle.
J.. B. Tyler, a successful tracker of
WiMs6tou, was transacting business In
tMal city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. House of Morriston
were in the city yesterday, having
come on a visit to friends.
A. S. Crews of Starke and A. M.
IDoke of Trenton were among those
who spent yesterday In this city.
if jL..Uve never used Blue Ribbon
vanillaa tract there's a treat lan
-tore for yot. Your grocery ha it.
IT you want an afternoon of rare ex-
Oitement, don't Sail to attend ate
football aoe between Rollia saad
the tnlveKty at the ball park th
artrnoon #t 3:30. Admaisiom. 56 and
',o cenI'. -1. 4
Wd Ktnaar4 and fality, who have
boei reidlag bear the Vlverulty tor
oitue time. have uemved to the MiM
einuett how*, South Arfe4M% do
street, waber thay ar mw at heAM
to their frien.

~~w. 0. ?IcweeWhyof Mulmeshw"s
e~auig thaosewho qme" esterda is
ku7 cd All GOlsneavile sin bsss.Mrsumoe
Woek.pOWN aw Me W mesd 60 ban&s
Fin,. dowe.ad has osak an

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Miss Afts WuawIbtloft Myes-t"%

'iwemfed.o o~ppWof 7% D4ly1

I oeat eackh for Sam $wbo i p
brrougt to this oi "M
".. eela of Mu ss4 olM rmq*
Ing bualsta to iW c
Mr. rWi k iebia im. moou eta t -
*w ino bi t thit ia r0 se, it

Reemberb J. .0. iHarroM for tri

freh ptoek alt was a ha e. hne
Harrotd If yot want gquk L erylo at
rih foodD g o '*
STbomas J. Rives ot* LaCroe wai

aged as a merchant at LaCrose, but
gave up that busales to asuime the
avocation of farmang.
"My child was btrael terribly
about the face, neek tm thest I a-
plied Dr. Tbomas' lolatric OIL The
paa ceased ad the chlld sank Int
a restful s tep.-Mrs. Nancy M.
Htaon. Ham Ibuer N. i
When drummers travel 50 or 100
miles out of thetr way to Wet toa bo-
tel to spend o'day. you cas bank on
it being far above the average. The
Brown House is crowded with comr
mercial men from Friday to Monday.
Remember the football game be-
tween the University and Rela.s,
which will be polled of at the ball
park at 3:30 o'clock sharp. Adul-
ston. 25 add cents. Go out, cheer
or thbe 'Varty boys, and make them
Ray Withberspoo. one of the eff
cleat machtntats-Bt the employ of the
Atlantic Coast Lin, tter several
days spent wih hi moter, I L
H. Witherspoos. in this ie y, has gul
,o Palatka., hee hi wtfi reIsme
*dtle. Mr. WtteramPso was lutei
at High Spraig Sore l year
J. B1arkhkm |9er a few days -sMt
.her as a s shis0 m.aI, L J. Dei
him le ft yl5 o Jakefoavtlle
aroas wheam IeI wi proved to a
vaLmah I a aw daas. Mr. Bakhi
hs beUs a f his bwe. in
Mrmlham. Ala .. r 1Wt th t Afew

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Mowe Cook'a ,tOM I 0.0k.

heriffl P. t Ra_ eWioade aa offi-
cial visit to OrIp ihts yester.
day. returna*lag lMtdight
W. T. Chem ot ef Aereosdo arrledI
Ia. the city yestarty, sad wil 41
a day or two with his family per.
A. K Snamia of igh lgpriag,
one of the Mdfti bealame mten of
that progrelp town. was a vsltor to
this city y.
Mrs. ak UImondsoa of Hlgh
.%igss wai in the city for a abort
Ue yeteray. She wasu en roste t
Palatka. where she will visit ber
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Merchant havt
returned from Jacksomvlle; where
they have been on a hrfef but pleamit
visit to the latter's parents, Mr. nMd
Mrs. J. Y. Burke.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Summers e
High Spit a, w rejolcit over the
visit of the.f to their bhoe
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Williami i. Stec
D. Crawford
Chas. A. Fa



hunting Plank's Chill
piarnteed to cure
ad fever. Prices 2
Ask W. M. Johnson,

'-" :." FOR RENT.
BNT -Seven-roon house
Apply to J. A. Phifer.
|lNT--C~ottage in South
il ty water connection.
-Pront window and
plllplano store. A. R H
V. J. Shipman,. X
I Cm tfortable rooms at
fH8 tates. Roomers %anted by
-- peek. Rates reasonable.

K .RiUNT-One six-rom co(Uil
i t'Galteevi)le, all modern
, ..id om cottage on 'e ,Weeti, at $15 per ninth (;aln
4i t NT Company.

.W T lB-Men to learn barber t
*eeb required; best Pq
gt+dI. witMin the rca' I of poor i
". aS have shop with .!Il a
I" [tromn $12 to $2 w,'kl)y;
4Wfla demand for bnrLbr. 0
S&IWSe failed free. M u' r
, oee. Atlalna. (;La

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