Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01284
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: November 2, 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: VID01284
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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sw l on. Te b m4er the -
WrILLplaced D. ,]ll. hea1 WA
the PhilmdeU*lphi& 1*ad OrPtaa8iN

renominated. Is o c the
KNORST DDemocmar1deI the mureatA.
Sas an orpaalitl i t held ae
"ot FeihnBtot Gen herall '. .d-i. Sp.t Two 8 I rety
:r New York Cty. ."t t rewith l r OW Ita..h u"k
In the sate. PivAghsla letes
Aran J. Pothler being the Republican Treasurer. AlAS4* and r NO. L palM ed set thU
i s nominee and Olney Arnold, the Demo o the Suprm Ct. The is w . to t B k bi la tet Te he
erratic. The other candidates for Gov. date- f tate are Aa .ltt alt roM i thd* the *M RM MU at 1

Chefnterest N_ mewd York h Th Ft Jt 8 I I JMI m re pt AM I th
B sred the wNrlwhind aim Toh e the Mew 3.1l Bt 5 I tetSSl ou aumia a (* ss. clsuiris
hdast bee mf o thI* biottt t h ew al
hed. Wi Wlthleia. White, Py nrohlb o an. Jab 11% Now O95tv5Sly "I0 a0 9 a es

Ge^uo r. the Dmoertic pad T mh e? u g w1 4 14 me5 en S S igMe
E iomne; Otte T. i Bm rd, the Repob-. A.. -ot. N, .oa. OipII. ol~ .- ~ ~ Plan aim!0,b 10s8 '4*
.b& Hian standard beare., and Wlla. Am a l -bew* at som be f 3^ e eleeoik aty sea *WI s
SR. HearIt, lead the Civi Alace e As Aesmbly also i s oeL pper alter the opera te Winisb, gmsed |eI
o-party Uw have bIn shattered to s 1f sid w t
a degre that poltiest managers are k s on- s, t OrteM 6 e OlOs. HIS th110 111 H Preqide t sa
T h e 104dtb#o UheVk t 8 I-pmd& I" ad resti QM V o *0 I "v'.

1t esing t o lrait for the -c* di ma ta b 'g hWt tod 1. 5nb. h 2 f w otthe
ata o at UNowiioeto wr. hmh MIs.,l wlhe will pd th t Toi s INt.
SThV. e 8 ssues aroeo the I overthrow of Pi t 19S1 0 -0 eham t sa1my tbS
TAay and an eRoh of the Repub. r di

,rAtLmr subways and ; other a r munlel- ,a as Ao ro T atReber 4o1@b
carpF andCiirtandad bo.od Wiiaar t o 41o W At Tee e roo gh thep waf Plf "M jeaso

Maoralty election alo wi t C llne w refie the blyeo I I e Metb o O u j the t w a o ga"
intoh held at Albcampiy Bu-tin R 1"'0 Amlecn oal0m0i t i to taolk i4 Pr I1 OW Ist Now loe M M itAW

a p int BT aee l n Dd man, othr ao UP8Ste to ~ tiee for ovror.r Tei t IltI l a g et ss a from the ol Sp lhI dYl I 3
guepols ats. In the atats ,fn dele5M tl.tB T ri be f WltPl rsend t 'h 4r h period o Wg Nowtag t i

to the lower bcrnch of the o arK ot et(lr he 9 ati o" very is hisow sY"
Le l stature or Alamebly will Il t-a tBta i m tlh. iht w r he ie rd del l At t Iae i ds th r .ll u A
i the chsaen. on of o of "The Int eltaatlun of was h1e 1P
~elnt o er Pennylv nl. rThe fiMt lie to MandlM fa" by R. er iOlehr. Thee Praldent toppe r t Wtt h
a Penn ylvanrl the bortd ost te owilmde f ir venr aIe* Pride' Iso h rtroupni throU *h Mr.e Tft oNa s iiMite' N ti
sla n the banottle that is blng w th w rtesige o nt ic ute dt the tnhr by Prof. A Forl..r rof ----.-.---

r Oovernor in Philadelphia. where t trrhe a riee mui Htortsrl odlty., who o atitpe e w it lP I) t
ear. PI ual udertakingn/s. nom gl e o Auser is William Te. 4" throvo the d "hmwdaPG
hold at Albany, Buffalo, Roehester, Ameorican consulgral to GUedogr t 1 i h e 4A4 sd be. i Suj18ad 11s w41skW fl im~wi the .m

a Syracu. met Is endeavor.n to broIk thuSte w l au i"go ofits etsmit. t the ol mi 1I
to the. power o bran the lo e l Rhe Apub o~l eow r lsaa 1,e tit rg Msvi of rON p m~ a 1 .
LAglulature or Assemblby Will a s' h. t'isaeiss. ohueb1. whoer he beard dent. At t the bowi* wh1

ot r Pennsylvania. T r h aond v o. ueniIa ie" b yrv. Ine llFhrl. The president topped 1 I
ina Iennylvaia the clhiefteret the oIlled i dramidhehurme- Pridnt'vaapild through Mr. Taft complvmfjinug at

is hebatltat i g uand t hetr de sendslttis adaot- the qur by P rr
Gis In th ebattlael thatwh I eingraedom wily deelgs to elinatmate the negro the e lR slama Hlstorkl ocl Rovitly. who IC4"slmued ft "Sp "
erto Pas er a ipoWltl ftr rI that Stat. t r

t ye meat Is endearoring to brNovk t, lh, I ad their de L

b riefthelsde wi the l es 1IA O II., Nov, .- wo o e to be des to I querge
y o bv.tpower o ethe local l pela ublca orgal- v ow bsetwe two dewhh the of lmi
se nmay rter a snd v otes. Yinst

L-Twelve It was hour before the worker a. Tro hv d the votso-called bII ouId grandft hermblIn u ite In v to te w,
N Bteel ey PrPe e lwy. When th pr g or thosi. *w T b wr ta t
lt of what died toeer, the bodleI ndl- M Novs d will ed t lheir d*t oyr No oee m jon w bro a4

a dynamite e0ttag tatl the --a haid of suff^ sr, IW House o4 liDr1d 4 ms y wi sdows w ere d rnels4. of thelin were T am a ^ e
Pers a new to: ;c:y wr daBaoW ThEs PIon Tb All

em"sl. n-ie." fu dn hlf tt xest t melSCHICAGO.r l Nov bu I-ho bvT d mw fset bo, we daeo a du I wqt.

Io IM sa* IaylWa they were awattin the arrival fire4 1 IBaMr I ad the In I MMl orr Iilowe, *f fright d the .dF Ige Ig "
It me ata of t tes mtne e ne tosy. lt e al tee plowed bm ight sn down-tw tween tw for t syn tr amble
atv IwsorbW epass aor s wee 0 teabulMgs i occuled by gambling clubs.,who operate ,In volatlum of 1h 1 law.

t.oeloet aon hours bd wre bht to te. mgain-* ll ad Mh __ ue e M IAe hrleU o vot
ia Steel medh late ytblerday. Nohe on there iMonIpwl sd towmOwp odes Tbo wilel ~ two ywr* al of tbI h bot The aSlatoNs w re s a
S bortI hav been o rntls w ed. b*e tek c e sto ery applies ecusVetly d thirty-thrd tha t haven rlb t ook the heard oft$be Mity
r i o e A Jrty ond toele for be ml ht d to I I gambling tbIiIh lsti ts lwth ithe window.. i build No s within a l

ito ft the hp w unubedloo e. NSo orn warInjurd o tbl r r andabah, sa uaaend a ehw
e sotr bi d Maryland ill ltc t A III m ut windows ee a
dynamite ctinge the men ad dre of

*dHe in a wI4he at th Stat minI etir td aa

HBd o 'teg t00 =** uote. y@ mn oo T! toda- 6
uloso m The dead were briSdgbt to the m01 Ohio.ies. asle N sd Ma'omistreets .go i njre
tky- mouth lae yurdaN of the Mouipal and townshp dm 1 *will Ptwo erw a sris of bombs I both ease alrms a St, vms
be elctd is cie ry omsonot is hv* bovees podred jeites'ISyin ,eu". but so ar reissgawd N

iused bythie pte.t itL CeldI tr rtlm

saedb aeetumeU 3 isW ,m is SWesi r
sadrr so hager ii 55 f. .

W i bonsad sal WmV
bw a aw We lmel d d

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4. OW iow wesom
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day, OO (at te lor at 4
Mll fr P --- t^rur n blal tknh~o tb Oe lIa (ttakr 7:15 o'lo&k a. 9
Altp W.-l at. ohf..iHo k L

iJb of OgtbU ^ 4^ ^^.lA 4 rin arnroukd abost ^ qgr orf the bsiidt
1.ear ab|, W ha t fo w roia
I1atia ba ere w s Ot

1 % K,_Artohl./.0 .thprqn lt ' g. e J the i
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.lg l I Well3 wkinown young lbt H

ta ..o~ hig 1p. ht it ab'e tb m40 5.M The 15s@
1urg9ne of ptla tlir .or epe A Jq sJ J S wtok Jhn th fteraoon tor Jtckh
Sote triaftrs the pd of *d a heatti Itbrie Ihosde T bOP
Sst r t~Ir ntmeler ou tMrends o,
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clS r t + IO t h nr^*S ^ 'in lnoe oioit tey ater tr u1 Albany to be absent for
s itjIan l i d se toi av p. a =WUI, e e .w dt a on a molt mport
a a o t t os. On Wedneoday at noon
lyl o r o" *- .l e In s o Athlby O an the hayi
g|>lt O i.r ohm rala. didat. th' 14'mel Lewis Sbtak, an pT eaple *l1 leave at osefor other
dIf tha e Owe.sa p s his Demonrai opponent is Charre. places o pe thelr honeymoon. M.
e dlsmiaIis l hat supreme A t tus ... goe to act a best
She baM a pwShoct rld t eanr The wepubeloai cbhirg (bat tie tth ea wint return to thlo ofty Wol-
0t* gapban Ctwt to Vobeouk of lowins b # er teairnu Mise rouf is 14

ltO J fat a dirut-al *In ote lo. Ta nrt hasa T hreonly d t here t wwh "r w eat, Mr4. W. i. t he
Il4)to ltea what coue aed that the ew0erd are p sbsaird Toaat e taoter b
ot fiadln I for. inuesce for a Democrati victory o -
ioe t t e liO at Inr f the tt order to gain streneih for the tate., At THe nAIRD THEATRLB.
ia "hould entertain the fide prohibition at the melteoa ton o s b m
bte the Attorney-General, of the Ltegislature. 1ood Il All ThiM Week at This
p 1 iq b aeoesary for the defend- Nebraska Popular lay Hou e.
at la al ortmnal appeals to hle an No important iasues are at take Voyle A. McCo-Uam will have durint
Adadlt Ot good faith as a prerequl- In the election in Nebraska. The only the present week a geod bill at the
tobtaltitg the writ, whereas State officers to be elected are po s t Baird Theatre, to be changed, as
*.Mo 1 of the General statutes juicess of the Supreme Court, two usual, during the center of the week,
Slrld s aays: "All writs of err or University regents for the full term and as the artist that Bas been secur-
Sbatl be sated in the name of the and one to 81l a vacancy. The nomi- ed is motit thorough in her work, It
S(Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, ses for Supreme tCourt Judges are 'will be a show that will really prove
1 and *Ishall isue on demand as a mat- John 1. Barnes, Jacob Fawcett and worth several times the price of ad-
te' I of right." Samuel H. Sedgwick, Fusion. Demo- i Ut.'nn charged.
---crati and Populist; James R. Dean, For the first three nights Vista
S A DELIGHTFUL OCCAIION. lienjamin P. Good and John A. Bulli-
van. 4
S Miss tsyLou SWet ,k Entertained California.
Number of Her Young Priends. With the continuance of the brib
At the hospitable home of her pa. ery aWcdI graft lproiecutions, begun four
rents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. lostlck. year ago as the underlying beas,
101 North University street. Saturday the voters of San Pranelsco will go
night, Miss Annie L 4ou Hostlek enter to the polls for the first munielpaloa m-
talted a number of her friends In a paln held since the new direct Arl-
iue allows'en party, and it l marie law wu enacted. iterest In
d eedle to add tha those who attend- the elpetion hinges largely upon the
4d were delIghtfully entertAined, district attorneyship. although the
The guests were Misses Ida Durk- same issue is to some extent Injected
Shim, Paatle Burkhlm, Rosa Delle Ped- nto the three-cornered mayoralty
rick, Winnofred Pdrickr, and Messrs. fight.u
SJtlle YVldal. D. Daeis, iLarkla-Carter, There ant two nominees tor Dt.-
"iner Mc~reary. Capperman, d J. trict Attorney. Francis J. Hemey.
'auflman, of New York. chosen by the Demoraste in diret
A they entered the guests beheld primary, and Charl Peickert. Rqetub
a iprge bowl on one side of the plasma lican and union labor nominee.
0d1eorated with Ithunerable Japanese The mayoralty fgaht.1. between W ll-
.- Bterm. from which delicious punch llam Crock.. Repubea; P. H. Mo-
was served by Mrs. loattik, mother Carthy. union, labor, and Dr. T. B.
of the hostess. The giets were then I*lantd, Democrat. the present corem VEiYER WALLACE, AT THE BAIRD

Invited Into the home, where all were
made welcome by the clever lttle The campaign has been a whlrlw Wallace. the d aOna dowill Interest
Sbostess. parlor wasr decorated affair from the start. Chrgn to buck and wtg dametlng together
4 a white, gtleat 41 of 1the oml, corporation domlaaaUon and bid faith with Illustratea saos. She has a
have be" hurled rht ad left. bt l umber of hib< s notices from
SO th The room was bo tao* personalities have been eebaaln d leatnl per as beWin a wonder in
1 wZi, i ntwaTg appleo and a between eaadidates and the ual her line and this feature will ptve
I pgMp R t sady w as anrdt vision of public sentimeet on strictly mont Interestim
.IP s- bIatin wa the hwahet apd party lime is motltomle by Its a- The amlSers halve reduced the
S i also a tub of Goa*ll. g o u, price frm 20 to 15 rents for adults.
i. l tS0 a al ia t lbof *Us advomst have beMs divided in and this shoed also bEt alpreciated
a the M O, .t.. N o by the people, who will doubtless ill
l o re t g ektg Omeker ad eary for their the house at the. prices.
eb lt d ters to ad Homwnewy. T. be above will be given In addition
to the moving pituwr a"d Ilustrated
jaw tw o elat"I "WsoS ,a rds. g

Am 's 4sau is a e ealc. it Uas

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0 all H *.. v aEar guy ey go

aipt to do.
tt Co., Chicago,

with kidney and .
to at once write
bog of these Pill.g4
a' by return manl P
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.' 9O rM !M iPrifits, $30,000

.All $Pt5 Consi ,tnt With 8o~nl Banking Principlei

We .olicit Your Busines, Large and Small.



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Jeekeonvilie; ~i.rIdm.

Rates, 11.00 per diy and up. Maths-
keller and Cafe In connection.



Miss Tebeau's School
Reopened Beptmaber AO, 1909--Thirty-.izth Year





Fire, Life and Acol

Don't be Deaf

To the voice of r.e

those tha

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S ( P- Pote.r, writer of many populi
melodies, was proposed and ,
t 3by In the absence of more auth
f thiSP formations. But there never
Greater mistake or greater
a i done to the true author; foi
y seen with my own eyes, and
the over the old Indigo fields ant
h r tons, now grown up with hug
MY own trees and jungles, of one l
-om Ol father of the girl "Marie," th
from 0Mth of this song. The old Indigo
S there i dug from the huge live oak
red In w.' lop, are yet to be seen, as
Stretches picked with ax an
SIn the large boulders of "r
a thf ages," living witnesses, mi
l the 1 which lie on the surface
J ground, having been upheaved
o canic disturbances in by-goi
f t Here this Frenchman cultiva
aee r pounded his indigo In trough
l Pbt. iwm i sold and used for dye
d eah l l poses. The father and all
inta tt dren, save .one, suoocumbed to
t. ly malady-swamp, or African
-in leaving the poor widowed mot
SP w daughter. Maride, broken-hear
Wliba.ng I. alone-separated by ocean fr
alluh that o' f tives-setrangre In a strain
ir drops hIA l park Mother and daughter ultima
Hk*t Sre, f satiny turned to France, bidding u
Same w V pip. adleu to the sacred graves, a
J, with los lag the murmurlng winds
ga u ocean to sing a sad requiem
In quiek t-m astoes precious bones of departed
e numbers, aagitg Such are the sad facts as
itd Iato a, lutil bred and reported to the w
uthiat 1tlI the old settlers and nelhb
Mt like ty this unfortunate French family
keran, n 'nth t tinkle readers, interested as to the
diver bells. tIh Mas the ga.- locality, can refer to any
Ial srrouhuig eo & fVeh ilrl llorida, and between 20 and
adbteen happy muteeru, whose Nrom the mouth of the 8uwan
etud parents l :,.f t*e weot discover Clay Landing, Fort
U of the 9oawagi Ilvr., nearly and Old Town. Just north
itury ago, an" b-the red Fort Fannin are the memory
I ceased his erei 8l s0alpg of the Indigo fields, troughs and ot
mer settlers wUth bditodtIly tomas dences, convincing of the for
A tiers. One of the oldest sett
Many have been tfIe suppOsed anu dearest friends of the Prench
Is of this w.l'-r- owned and and beautiful daughter cla
Met old melody, 'Awy Down OOn have received as a souvenir
SSawannee River." .8uch has been from the girl author, one of
great desire' '&an" uii y mani- written 1uanuocript; of this '
Hid to discover t orghtial author, nowneJ song, before it ever f
t the proprietor ~ 0e now fam- way ilto print. which, with it
* Suwannee p~ o. ed a re- and soul-stirring expressions.
I4 for the authqs j'TI". Stephen such 'a world-wide favorite

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! While the writer was rect*ntl)
campithg and hunting with a party
over this memorable spot, beneath
huge, towering evergreens of magnolia
and live oak trees, which with out-
stretched branches embracing each
other, as if to afford a more comfort-
able shelter and shade for we "wan-
dering Nimrods"
ltlrds of beautiful song and plurmage
sil";, *
And with wooing, graceful motion.
Stooping, make love to the rippling
Which sparkled back devotion.
In appreciation of which our camp
hunting party replied by chanting in
sweet solon. duets. trios: "Away
Down On the Swannee Ribber," which
was caught up by carreshing and
balmy breeze from Old O()ean. and
gently echoed ct-er the placid wate t
of the river. and re-echoed back from
the elevated banks of the opposite'
Of all the beautiful, limpid, life
giving rivers, which ripple "Minne
haha-like." forming In itsn eours-
laughing rinkle- over its placid sur-
face. shedding crystal tears of Jo)
In its ounard sur- to refresh the
briny waters of the great Qulf of
Mexico. it Is Fl-wida's Sowanne'. K.
or. for methiaks
Of all Ood'o glorloas streams, there's
scarce a lovelier sight.
ThUa this awasnmee River fair,
hLthed i the soft wMoolsiht
A"-sM I f the-re Is a trm-- o ea
nearest Heaven's gate.
Its this t'toplan stream. In our
fair trypcal State.
TIher is but eoW c e8d by visitors to Florida. an M
Seam mid: "H who on"
am s M, Wed duheth of her Umpid
S resTM aMg et, to bathe and

d bs the oua the F eost OwpVW:
el w"i1s to y bbot mat i.
O ft"a a Pstesbd Id *I M

LotIw=e ma*e hero my a -W
sam the -wish erd

ar negro
entic in.
r was a
r I have
I hunted
d planta-
ge forest
e author
trees or
are also
d chisel
rocks of
iany of
e of the
d by vol-
ne days.
ated and
s, which
Ing pur-
his chll-
a dead-
a fever-
ther and
ted and
om rela-
ge land.
tely re-
i tearful
and leave*
of old
over the
riter by
bors of
y. You
map of
40 miles
nee will
hwest of
able old
her evi-
mer set-
lers and
h widow
aimed to
* direct
the firstt
ound its



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Tim u~ bkm inhika

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of the world-renowned song:

"Way down upon de Bwannee ribber.
Far, far away.
Dere's wha my heart to turning ever.
Dere's wha do old folks stay;
All up and down do whole creation,
Sadly I roam.
Still longing for do old plantation,
And for de old folks at home.

"All de world Is sad and dreary,
Ev'ry where I roanm
Oh, darkles, how my heart grows weary,
Far from do old tolks at home.'
"All roun' do little trm I wandered,
When I was.yons.
Den many happy days I squandered,
Many doe sogs I eang.
When I was playing with my brother.
Happy was I,
Oh. take me to my kind old mother,
There lot me live ad die.
"One little hut among de bushes.
One that I love,
Still sadly to my iem'ry rushes,
No matter where I rove.
When will I ste de bees s-humlag.
All 'roun' de oombt
When will I hear de banjo tumming.
Down in my good old home?"

Bought Fine Automobile.
M. Venable surprised his friends
Saturday by driving Into the city
from his home at Archer in a fine
automobile, and Investigation develop
,d the fact that he had purchased
the machine, and "felt as big as any-
The machinee is a FPord. Model 1T.

ad pths twenty horse-p6wer, and one of

made dt handsomest yet seen hi ra,.
melody. AIr. Venable threatened to

chase a machine In Jacksoeville sev.
eral days ago, but Inasmuch as he to
2 great lover of horse-fSiuh, and owns
i pair of the handsomest steeds In
hibis section of the State, friends
thought he was joking. Hut this prov-
ed to be no joke, as the machine is
iow in evidtl e.',

It's a Crime
Ti neglect >)Ir health. The worst
*elghrt thnt )ou ran be gAllty of in,
to allow constiptlfon. blliousne.,I
or any lIh-r or lo(,l.I trouble to con--
tinue. It is polmoniing your eniUre
system and may lead to a ,,rtioun
chronic disease' Takot Ballard's
Herbine and ge, absolutely wll.
The sure cure for any aid all trou.
Ltles of the stonarh. liver sad bowels
Sold by W. M. JohnsonA.

Progressive Supper Menu.
Tomato soup or I;thm chowder.... I0)
Cold. turkey. cras .erry saee, foll
and butter ... ............... IlO
Fruit or potato aslad. Jelly sad
altln . ... .....
Squash. lemon or custard ple.
cheese and ,ff", ............ lOe
ce rream and cake ............ lorc
T- I ," 911s uf,,f r 4'IIIm aim*
?'A4 sw uffee tare r miilett cards


Rarielan Sage, the Hair Grower, is
Now Sold in America on Money
laek Plan.
It's a mighty good thing for the
women of America that Parialan 8ee
can now be obtaihed in every town
of consequence.
No preparation for the hair bha
done so much to stop falling hair and
eradicate dandruff and make women's
hair beautiful as PlartaaU Bags.
Pariian Sage is the only eortaia
destroyed of the dadrff ma torbe,
which Is the ease of 9? per oet of
hair troubles,
Thoee pernicilous, peratet sad
destruetve little devils thrive Om the
ordinary hair tooics.
Parisian Sage is e ah an estrso l.
nary and quick acting rejuveltoi
that W. M. Johama. wbo is thea 1
la OGabevlll,e maranteeu It to SaMe
dandruff, stop filling hair ad ItMfiMg
scalp in two weeks or koaeey abe .
Parlstla Sage is at b vy
perfumed, It is an Ideal prewtmUO
not ttioky or greasy.
it is a magnuloent dressaing for a
men who desire luxurIant, aluat e
hair that compels admalmtte.
And a large bottle of Parisla Sage
oests only 50 cents at W. M. Joha.
sem's and at leading dragglsts all
over America. The girl with the a".
burn hair is on every package. Made
in America by Giroux Mfg. Co.. Buff.
to, N. Y., who MI mall orders, all
cbarges prepaid.


Passenger Satn, Now Being En.
largedm Will Soon So leady.

Work on the enlars"goen and m
provoment of the passenger dolart-
moot of the A. C. L. depot I pro
growing nicely under the diret'ilon of
Caipenter Forecman C. ('. Morris. who
plates that the work will b, compinlet
(d within the next two w,'.,kA.
While the rImprovemw'nt I inI al:
that %an desired, It is s anarked ,%er
the old plan i thal It itnil l(os lle I
for :eoiien au|i rlutiouIn The roton,
;,re- IL,.'limg iaiirgia. Ity a,'erar l feetl.
liavalor.,m ~ il l ,, installe*ld In b lth
u hlte iandl il>red sat nllil roanis
a A(itOU4Ithli% l-hil-ih was notievsabie h)
its fortner ah.e'irce). additional doomr.
are being catl. s d In all thr pla,,,
will afford consld-rabl e mnre reaMion
lenee than the Irast.linK putlehit ha.
bewn are'ustnie'd to here'

When you ha'e. a cold thI. first thli
to do Is hate thMe towels move IDo
not take' at)lhling that nisay ronsllpate
aild m.uti old fasihiodrd roulth curea
do orisllpate Try Keninedi)'. lat-
live' C('ouh yrul' It drite the cold
from the lsymtnis by a fr,..* ,yet gerle
adioa of the bIsowels1, It stop the
cauxgh. t i 'k-sian I' Ir 1 take P'Chll
dlie'l Ilki II H,1,d b II alt irggists

Have your *talioorry neatly prilt.*,
at Theu Sua Ocg.e We etrry a *ftll
selected rtPk of be pe sb apoe
/hi'h are mrini4 a, ren*wMable, Palo%

k~izsi ls, 16"

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Quicter than ty an Aerstuding
y other tonic. We wft it wft the
that dou wt 4wWat we xvtwn the awukq. Pl" try it.
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iAa aUstltation says the
K. i,)pSiise t06 take It as
wMM NeWsa'I r medicine. There
s a gMrt dei of truth In that states

OMliftetas oppers will do their
6t4l 0 Vlth those merchants whose
Sadvriyppi~epti, are to be found in
Sthe q bO lMnas edition of The 'Bun,
whi ewllO be islaued one week before
OChristmas day.

S Iometimes work is considered mo-
notonous. Prhap s it Is but the work-.
or need not be monotonous. Robert
Buant plkw1d 0149e. but he also sang
his way into the heart of humanity.
mtlhu Burrett worked at the Slowing
forge but he also mastered languages
and became known as the Learned
Blacksmith." And so the list might
be Indefinitely multiplied. The p6lnt
Io that while the hands oare busy the
mind is free to exerelse itself as it
will. --.... ...

'" The New York City election occurs
teay, and the reult is In doubt,
though we are inclined to believe that
Jmp Gaynor. Democratle candidate
fi lm mayor, will defeat both his
,ppsents-H---earst. Independent-Re-
SeMbloan fu lonist, etc., and 1Iannard,
straight-out Republican. It Judge
e aya* should be defeated, it will be
by Hearst. who will without doubt
^~ ~~~L -"-ug `%- &%Le U-6-e o eeetat

oi. ..DAVIS & ,

laof "0 3H0 West Bay St.
as ar e r. peiu ? g4354U% .2 J SONVILLE, .
Ia s- peltue 4 i ., L. DENHAM, Agr'
oa but A.* IA iS

I, ,a t so for them -tita P !*.
Dt" asors. ttA
"Inob a" O -, ...
r ty tr n e ng ~ w hla; tak
an Adwia0 rrten and all that Soft 810o bo. 00o n., 1 o0. ] ., .;. .. 9:30M
wmtofps rt to sony*. St hbow evn, 4 --.. ,
0s Ta ie it uo t r ol 0 'o ... ,
A 4.fblue jch .ge1rona i4 t Qh an d o tA d nd I

dos esn het 4 > i ^ Bot didn't ;001 oft Oa t d 801 -ft Ww o4

htsa be shorted that o her 'arees ca* ,ce Lo t rl Ba Palatkafi,.
rsob do as likA e lor sN at pon- No. .:00,

vbn r,* at immea who aldgover
happy ales2 their hasibt ru with
an Ironi hand, with oohegasiosal spa
lgs. That alu so Is tm asa o w O
doesn't apply la thi oostOrw. ity,
It may be asserted 4that 1 st er ai
rule do not like golorleM, mentally
flaccid men as their husband. Tbw 6e0
want spice, sginer and ittl n
ar. That may account E t W
measure for the liking of even you'l r N Ea r d t Wt
girls for pickles.s-their l. .... ... .. .....

A an goody-goody always Is mou ,,
than apt to be tiresome, unless he is
a preacher, and that is to be etpct1ed
of a preacher. Women themselves s
iave a way of calling the .Ort "anmilk "
sons" and mollycoddles." They are Folder
bored beyond words by a perpeta _____ ____e _l__ _Otlder
grin and a perpetual .aassy4t l s to _', ." ,_ ,_"_.,
quiesence in everything. Tb*. pri
fer variety. Happiness it a matter A ReIlglM 1M'q* i For detailed information, rates schedules andl re-
of contrasts. We shouldn't know bow s of i o ervations, see your nwtre Ticket Agent,
to be happy if everything were on a 00ro y or a O4 11
dead-level of complaslaney and soft. For Sale by All Leading write tO orc Call O
ness. It is necessary that there Shpii Mle g A W. FRITOT W. D. STARK,
should be some roughness and some
bumps to make life worth living.. 0 v. Pas. Agent, Tray. Pass. A*ent,
The Wiiiim Atlantic Coast Line, Jacksoville, Florida.
The militant suRragettes in Esgland
seem to be afflicted with hysteria or I u e 9
an epidemic of violeaMe. To the aver*
iage maIt doest not lookbas It' theymeMAAf sA
would help their caun by hurling
Inkstands at Judges and through court
room windows. L , iI

We offer Out Hwdid Dolar Re:
ward for any mo Cata2..rr thawtAN IA B Rir ---
cannot be cared by Hairs Catarrb AS . L Itwa,

bave bougt th e ofoe ey tmOens- st --. .CHB A & MTo. ,
button of a tremeade5 sum of money We. the udersied, have inb O
4>o the pm ble eln. F J. Cheney for the last 1 years, and
bellev. him perfectly homnable la
How eWrely v deilag aeects the all bslneass tranacUtes amd alma-
tsemt a well a the glMy is Cvo- cally able to ey out say obltgi.
aaaUy am. T4 dtaher day a bank ioes made by his rs.
V s#Wetd or mbeale- WALDING. KINNAN & MARVIN
At brother-in-law, SO aA Wboleaea Drugglats Toedo. 0.
Shask btk entirely taN N Irs Catarrt Cis taoe to tern-
was so O t0O muM & naW .S reOy apes h e MbWod
Kt* Maso e d esi a -em u ss 6 g syte mreem
'M Whim TM stegetla Msat fre. Pite* TS
ca t W OO h seats par botl lt by an m ri
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audience 'Wa.at l
SFriday lais S
made by ed
Sof the 1 u
-- *f -.
Masons of are
a Mamonie' 7IFete.
ing is to'. two
in height, r w det

hying of the f 4
to $42.000 B B,
Place Mo da *
re conducted N 0i MMoaice

Belmont Hotel, tA t. Peters.
after being tbo if* reno-
the parlors *alah .i a' bod.
redezorated, Opned Monday.,

a time about the idleo of No-
rRev. J. R. Calpd r aEd son.,
brke Culpepper, Wi 'o 'mwnoe
Cal meeting at the Methodist
hin LIkeland.

Tegetable groW Braden*-
an in good ..qsqI.lW+
mof one erop t A
fell there tWhi JuIt
Iwas needed.

tforts to discre It 3 a. Qil-
antager of the Woj OCitru
Ce, with the press f I orida
seem to be bringing very
eults no ntor.

leth Rhodes and Miss Olive
were married at the Baptist
In Orlando lat Wednesday.
I immediately for Melberne.,
re of the grooa .

t City will use thq remaind-
1 4:,,noo which was voted for
e'nont for the erection of
Il t'iiilitg ,. a city hall having
bd**l ~,r some'tUMe.

lia now having the ground
fr a tuiagnoleent new high
bu:,lu 0to coat between $40,000
a,, a modern county court
co, .1. -t less than $40,000.

i arnuid High ifmp re-
S, staple aeM1 1A gith-
Nt'.: of its abriginu
i.d Cane sd'et ~ P.
%il be l a irt by t

'"t' on has wow i n
L, aare
t' the
t- M fa a-ltawte !.
i K crop ot frit thtb

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Ordinary Catharties and Pills and
Harah Physic Cause DOitres.
Ing Complaints.

TIO cannot be over-careft in the
selectiUc of medicine for children.
Only the very gentlest bowel medl
-ctuo should e'er be given, except li.
eiergency cases. Ordinary pills, cn-
thartis and purgativea are apt to dc
apre harm than good. They catub&
rtiping, nausea and other distressing
after effects that are frequently
health-destroying and a life-lasting is,
- We personally recommend anM
.oparantee Rexall Orderlies as tim
Wafest and most dependable remed.,
for constipation and associate bowel
disorders. We have such absolute
faith In the virtues of this remedy
that we sell it on our guarantee ol
monam back in every instance when
J'tals to give entire asaataction, ant
* Urge all In need of such medicine
try It at our rlask.
SReall 'Orderlies contain an entire-

W nuew igreienl, weaioa s oqories&,
toless and colorless. As an activ
agent .it embrmoes the valtiuable quali
ties of the best*known Intestinal regu
lator tonics.
Recall Orderlies are eaten llks.
candy. They are particularly prompt
and agreeable in action, may be taken
at any time, day or night; do not
cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, ex
cessive looseness or other undestrabk,
effects. They have a very natural ac-
tion upon the glands and organs with
which they come In contact, act as a
positive and regulative tonic upon
the relaxed muscular coat of the
bowel and Its dry mucous lining; re
move. irritation, overcome weakness,
tone and btrengtheu the nerves and
muscles, and restore the bowels and
associatee organs to more vigorous and
healthy activity.
Rexall Orderlies completely relieve
constipation, except when of a surgi-
cal character. They also tend to over
come the ni-ce*ltty of constantly tak-
Ing laxatives to keep the bowels In
normal condition.
There is really no medicine for thih
purpose o good as Rle'ull (rderlies,
especially for childr-n, aK(d and
delicate persuns. They are prel)ured
In' tablet form. hA two sici of pacl-
ages: 1t tablets lu cents, and 369 t0
lets 25 cn:c'., Remember you can ob-
tXla Rexall Remedles in Gainesville
only at our store-The Rexall Store.
J. W. McoQllum & Co., corner East
Main and Union streets.

Pierce, are parts of a pilot botae of
some ocean staimship. Tke same
"Sadie," ton black letters, over white.
is on the wrecked mass.

The handsome new bank building
at Crescent City Is completed and
will open for business November 1.
A public reception will be held the
same date at the bank. with the
wives of the stockholders receiving.

Another fraternal order has been
added to the already long list in Bt
Petersburg. Lapt week the Order of
Eagles was Instituted by the deputy
grand president. Sixty-two members
were taken Into membership.

Mayor Reilly of Pensacola has ap-
proved the ordinance making the
closing hour of saloons 10 o'clock at
night and the opening hour 5 o'clock
the following morning, thus glving
the bar-room men as extra bour in
wiJch to do ImsMine,".

The lorida FederaoU of Women's
Clubs will met in Palatka o the 17tb.
lath and 19th of November. Consid-
able eathoe has betwo aroused
Md e piWoram will be a very Inter-
aI e-, aa many"y lintruwtve ad4
aMNses w be made.

.Wmkl at work in thes"pof
ffa~g Novety YWorks. in reJaper.
"Wt Vr~,Char). Meoln was
gg tideof thehid bIa
vow of wodMAn was PwIced

tdbe W", *a se me ol he fac
very dtem t'o P bow

Ilembies OONOW w
we to
amvsesab T L 0f


A Preminst VWter,
Dr. John B. Love of Mi6d. Va.,
organizer of the Adiean Medical

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Chicago, was nla the ciy last Satur
Dr. Love has been tthe Inthe ter.
eat of the local orpalsatlon, the
Alachua County M6dlo e Asaoclation.,
which is an arm of the ltate Mledical
Association, In aIiliatim with the Na.
tional A Uo toI ,
Dr. Love Is an AmeuIeaa but haa
spent the greater porteC of his life
In Turkey, owanin a bte home In
Constantinople. For seven years he
was a surgeon In the employ of the
Turkish army, and speak t teresting.
ly of his experience drigel that time.
Dr. Love visited Otaivllle about
twelve years ago, and expresOe great
surprise at the wonudofl develop-
ment of the city and this section since
that time.

A Hair Breadth baspp.
Do you know thAt every time you
have a cough or cold and let It run 'on
thinking It will Just cure Itself you
are Inviting pneumonia, consumption
or some other pulmonary trouble?
Don't risk ILt Put your luags back In
perfect health and stop that cough
with Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
Price 26l. M 6 and $1.00 perbttle.
Sold hy W. U. Johea.. "

uebet of ueees to a
heated iU sas ba1lmW ta Hn -
ourse" oM y whPw 4rsa le the
mind. Thae 0a rule $M aAM& to
an epicure. 4i. the MaonIt
Temple Tueedm evening and we
will "show you."

O- 04 ...e

Shair. least and ftant ba te
known M eased by aar pe ti that
i ws tnto the salp to the root of the
halt, whet it ft the vtality. Te lit-
tie, il s als e the germt three in
swals amr elned dandrut T eors
anTuff perwmneatty. ith,. and to stop
ratlie hair. that *e1 must be kUid.
Kowbro' f Hrpike d. an .ntirly new r15-
salt of the ebmical labMoatory. destw
th dian4truff ire and. nf E Mnr,. ae
tlb falllng hair. and prevents balldsa
Sold by leading drugurts Seed W. I6
stam r I sample to The* 0rpata Cs,
Detrott. Mich.
J. B. Bod&uri & Co.. Spe" i ASIyO

Dr. A. Dolan

Mild Medicine Trnnttmat' or
HoraM antd Mules' Eyes



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Collector DieMikMth e They A e
Slower Thman !. Year.
In speaking oft the Syuat of If-
ceases of memats UAiM binless me
throughout the comaty tUx Collctor
Dickinson asted to ftprMeeutatlve
of The Bun that those ltreid to pay
licenses are very slow this season.
"I have only eolleei 8135 licenses
so far this seanse ot of a posalble
602," Collector DieUhMs maid. "This
same period lst year I had collected
400. which shows quito a decrease.
There should be si eU e tfor this, as
the people thrnhPtI the county
appear to be leoft sperous this
year than last. The products have
brought more, the ar unad others
are spending maor ,thene money
should be more pleaUtl ad license
taxes easier to pay."
Collector Dickla'sM,,W s these U-
eenses must be patldM, mtbe will be
compelled to get out h1 s*i stick"
on the dellnqeuetsa t eht while.

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CAS9 GOOODS-4XposM PAID. OWdNoetam enWhi
Pedet" r&eI l-galS 046 4210espawspei...S
4 full qua"$..... A"...S Wopeslaff. i
414611 quartsT...7 00 rjmpno Whiskey In devmw, 1*46
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1. o Wlu MASON P.19awe.I8X" in =p1130.

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as deMa, Wab.. ,n4.r Gae.eI-
sh" n is tvata he is well' ta

; c7' a'.4th4.t the voy.Ae so kar -u.T .t ,-W o i'tt,
Pleasant. is sl easy thtg to get ri d i .
46 i i Taylor I. mak;g the tlard Saow ULiaNmet sl 'is
.4 f0 aboardd the Government transy tismN. lumbag, so scf M

t t o l o)wa, and state' that he i n strains, sprains, its,
ag mslm ed with the most genial com bruises, scalds 'and tllt iobelsa
pains. You need, a bols ,in yorM
Y. The ditane covered a not house. d by W. Jo .
qitO half way l to Manila, where the .1 1=_
pt will disembark, but ina Tuch Do You bany a Treatt

as thq latter stated that the transport
1 44l r iw stated i thohe trl nportl Then come Tuesday night to the
w ld In the port of Honolula Progressive Supp)er at thi Masonic
for eyeral days. nc, definite schedule Temple. A full course dinner served
was announced as to the time the In the daintiest fashion. each course
Thomas was expected to arrive at be the bet o its kid. Ony by
destnato n withbeing the best of Its klnd. Only by
dettnat ooer taking the full course wUI ou be
ri ten Gain ar. n rougt competent to Judge of their separate
friends in Gainesvtille and throughout merits.
the State will be pleased to learn that
he is enjoyln good health. Torttring eczema spreads it, burn-
ing area every day. Doan's Ointment i
A Tiny Baby quickly stops its spreading. Instantly
Can't tell you in words what the relieves the itching. cures it perma-
trouble Is; but if It'a complexion gets nently. At any drug store.
pasty. I it gets weaker and weaker.
loses flesh anid is cross and pervish.
you can be certain that it has worms.
Give It White's Cream Vermlfuge,
guaranteed harmless. Rxpels the T h
worms and puts the baby in a healthy
normal eonditioun. Sold by W. M.

A tceesful Farmer.
Among those ho visited Gaines-
S villa last week wTre Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Hodge of Alachua. Mr. llodge is
not only one of the oldest and mowt
widely-known citizen, of his section
of the county, taking a part in every-
thins for the benefit of hnimelf and
neighbors, but la .also a sucessful
farmer, as has been demonstrated by
the large quantities of staple produc-
tioma of the faru whib he harveets
ea sehmas. 'Alauha county needs
.a tow aer* like him, when we can
e~At be rated as the most proliac
O .t7 taf the State.

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to o Wo lar Is tak .
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regret to,

ed r
to the old
where declared
l~orical ride a
oded a rnl
La to the NI
i inspection,.
Litter next
by Col.
pt ,il'ey ,W
p and whe i
gt the
"the Prwt
Creole lu
& and the
tome lnnchee
Nrier rad 'll
of the blstoW <
The Prei
(o listen .
Prof. Fort*iri
made a
tribute to
, State had
tie country.
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Srotter to
ad was w



10 o'clock. ,

u. Attle Har. t. eat
tie, easy litle i Be.
et DeWitt's Car*r Wmtch
ale, the oiig, h 4eldda te
btitutes and testamo. The
PeWitt's C006oi Witch
&.e is good, 's1 hib
used for. be tO epeodaly
piles. Sold j a nggite.
Preparing i s
of Court W!"aIa iso* hav-
alcessary al-fliaiBto A pde
opening of circuit o Urt, which
vene in this city thAe ftrst of
k. He is having stoves
In the building, beIde is
it it thoroughly cleaned and
Wed before the session con-
Swhich will add to the appear-
tv well as the convenience of

1winiajts CJrm
SYCU HI3T$ ijuh
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1Sard of Trade Takes Action to Ik
.1cure Funds.
At the suggestion of Mayor Davi.,
thj GalneavlIle Board of Trade havw
taken up the matter of ralaing fund,
I r the purpose of & silver service foa
the battleship Florida.
Parties desiring to contribute t,
the fund can notify B. F. Hampton
tho is secretary, and the amount
will be credited. Following Is th
1it of contributions up to last night.
B . Hampton .......... .. ..k 5.01
B. R. Colson ...... ......... 1.0
Chields Warren ............... 1.01
H. 8. Chubb .................. 1.01
B. X. Cannon ...............1.0
i. B. Arnold ................. 1.0L
W. R. Thomi .................. 1.O0
V. W. Hampton, Jr. ........... 1.0t
4. D. Turner .................. 1.0O
L P. Robinson ............... 1.0
. Harper ................ 1.0l
T. W. 8hands'................ 1.01;
W. H. Anderson .............. 1.1-
R. 0. Zetrouer ................ 1.01
J. W. Bauding. ................ .O
g. 0. Baxter ..,..................Loc
Dr. Geto. S. Waloo ............ .O
Phifer Bro. .................. 1.00
4eo. Broome .............. 1.00
Dr. H. C. Spencer ........... 1.00
Hon. Frank Clark ............. 1.00
Oso. Glass, High Springs....... 1.00
Cha&. A. Marks, Waldo......... 1.00
B, E. Tallant ...... .......... 1.00
Prank D. Warner ............. 1.00
Lee Graham .................... 1.*
W. N. W ilson ................ -.0b
Horatio Davis................... 1.00
Notice ia hereby given that on the
12th day of November, 1909. 1, the
undersigned, as Guardian of L. L.
Shirley, a minor, will apply to H. O.
Masqn. County Judge of Alachua coun-
ty, Florida. at Galnesville. said county.
for an order to sell all the right, title
and interest of said R. L. Shirley in
and to the following lands, towit: 84
of 8W Sec. 21, Tp. 8, R. 18. lying
south 8. A. L. railway track, except
right-of-way previously sold. Also N%
of 8W% and 8% of BE'% of NW%.
Sec. 21, Tp. 8,. R. 18.
A. J. SHIRLEY, Guardian.

Prospective settlers.
Messrs. Avery. Henderson and
Brown, three capitalists of Fort Val-
ley, Ga., were in the city two or tbree
days last week proepecting in farming
lands, with a view of making per.
chases and locating energetic farmers
In Alachna county. They were driven
over various amctons of the county
by J. W. Patton. and expressed them-
selves as being well pleased. declaring
be laIds as a whole to be the best
they, have visited so far. They may
decide to purchase several tracts in
the vieiniaty of Oainesvlle.

Iford. Talhae.~
Comptrollar-&. 0. q4wm M ai
Treeaurer.-W. V. Kaoit 4llahas'
Atturnej.4IesgmL-Vjt If 3iTraum
mnell. Tallabasues
Cklujmidstoq of A866sqRW'-B. IL
MeL~i, Tallahaaeea
Supt. of Pubk oo"I*IaM-.WEm.
Holloway, T&INseo*a -.sq..
Railroad Cmm VI a .Hond
sotA Burr. Chabui'l' i qwton A.
M~itcha, AloyalC. I W~., '0. You.
secretary. All cm *pia should
be addressed to Ta~kk1111.O
Preuldest at the bsnow--*\.Hud
aom,' Miami. -

Owek and AuiMtqa-S. 3. Wliengs
Supt. Pebliui beruuUN-1. J L
Kelley. Osn:vtlh.v^
ab~rtl-.P. 0. RaMOes. s4"esvte.
County JUdgq-'L4L 0 WaN (IInes
Tan AmuserW. W. 0se..GelMM
'ran 0.flOW-W. I0 COw"Ma
Treasurerj.-..0.a Utheum. Gaines
vhprvlW Ror Rletslu-J. Ca SO
Grew. Oalnsvple.
county CoPhD .0s-~b L
Damplor. ChairmenHaves.;,J. F.
Townsend. caMPVlU.; ,IXW. Kay
rba'w, chia.W. PuWMmrs Tentes.
0. P. Cannon. Galaes"VOs
Member 461bol illld--R1L 3
W06106 Chairman. Ilawtboru. %
Moody. LaCromu; (L NOWir
ateM umamr-w. I5.- NeCremup
K~Mmb iu Uas-Syd L Cart
Galnev"le; T. A. D" Nulats ft

Mayor.-Hor"tJo LUvTa
Marsbal-Chas. M. Det.
TM Assaeee-W. A. 10841"ri
Tax Collector-T. 13. IKbise. E
Clerk and TrsawMe-4. Many W .
City Auarney--& IL..Javha,
Hoard of AlderMiea-0. KC. B OOMu
PreIdemt; SLJ. jiurusa H. L PhtUW.
g1. g. G6r"e. C. A. Oolcloutgh. W.
Pound, J. A. CIlONWIn
kfuaad of pu1.-Ic Wurks-li. 5L Taj.
ior, Chairmans; W. W. H~paa. nSWO
tarp; H. r. Duties. IL J. Baird, L. IL

We~sm's In a 'turns
)iewornsltod Lr'.r It % 11.w IFt.UP.
1?t.Iaoa%~'amr ,twimmoolr. Mlu I" V-. Ii
#Parr".4. 1.011"Iw 0141I eIt.'St1-t40:
she rould hofre mt~rrtd mite l is fPJr
follow 00149. but *be ihrvw him ovor
0n se",Unt of his "saw. i at lamIt
sms bad tennugb ito be Nitse Mam.bolt
Mwe dru 1w thelmeat Sits A5mso-42h

Worm ma es aew ear, my C010101.
,on. Burdock Blood Bittenrs is.
ths iblood, cleans the skin. rustores


'ublsoewee pfemnt"es f
Goensi Pubils.

we Vevedebin sas AM&M w vb:46IA
or OVW~daL try k"s.COW I W Ir. Js*wIft 12, soP. 1:* 0
I= th ,w W Ly ovin~e k forlbt TSwoS12:11 It
nov te O .wit*$ uquid-It LNO Grllslue ow Mko.a s 7.k1:10 p.L
em ovU ow ub .-nt& o I M
Will Nave Ussoed vgg Grlls kw Tmweet. Mr... o" P.pa
ww *ood ts"& LT.uriH, for Wjko.z.M3e, 6;u 1 a,
"I* Mini CeeSt? 151? AsONC~tk-91Ar IstoaSmthba u pats 3-8p. a
Shav passed 4a reduced MWa0e 8 Ar. w 1Mfr. MkmWPy i. O-1-46 &A
a*e ide he tthe cassiuS A*. X-1,Ar. Grille ft l~iahS- Or, I** #,ML
vembw 26K5dM. p MW 554 iSUslMAt~. OnUk fr.T11008,aa Wt, S0:309IL
-- hw b hm bmsawis ton ae hr Grille fr. Wimlma.Sue, 9S69& IL

VI she my wem anflebU

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Lf. Ovf w i joakYmfl: to L It
Ls. Gdovm hr Osime Eq I:0.0
At.@0900 *. JadtdbIS: 11L5:40 9
AL. 09" *00 09b K" $I"ea'
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G. S. Merchant Co.
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Advertising im't magic. There is. ab
'te black art about it. In its best and i
it is pati talk, sow talk-lM t talk. Its
n proportion to the orit of the subject advei
and the .bily with which the ad vtiagk s doef.-
heo an two gre aten emie toe edv a i
profit, and both of the ae caused bygnorane of
W fnctheiosa = woridap of publicity.

b=n &b1ea that vert lng am 4v A
tac opUS aes a inst th te, ne0e ader o

pret to oand. v tos, advertungW has to

faet. The time that youit t to a at
rIt is asy iusth toh cat ad teridng wh o

dipy in t ohe nedt i. But yoW benot t ur back wh
In brief, adwaveled dihosway isand dec tht te f
than xPlOW deception
SThe other gmat eror in advertiSing 1 to d
vnYou t of advertising than therd bem y i
Advetwisig is td w hchW a mm' asnt a lua i *
certau ere of the co. ttHe must w timfor
It to grow. Every at to ful adverter of a month.
patieommu he time degree thatihato ahr at rWulv
reta entirely without the abilig pretty mich nati
display time thatn they ff. But you a anot trn bact
ou have traveled hal way and duction to at the Mi
la wrong.*4
You chis int advertise for a counter and because yorm
stove Isn't crowded@ aQs '. Wasn't paid yo. It tanis
effortain period to aiur copythe attend dipof re*
vrybod don't ao lke at you print the le girl who p
it appeals. More will ro --v your copy the w JAi )
agnaGWuy MNare at t. d of a month.
You and c ame out the winth day expectingto find
cot m fmu bn to. ier father. egre that other r that
obtained it without ta .ng pretty much the IMUX
length of time that theyatd. But yough she could not
the period been yor introduction to yow rnrmot
and his introduction to your coung its mbyt ipoending work
effort in preparing your copy and displaying adon ter
amount of convincing vested just t
You mustitn't act like the little girl who planted
a garden and came out the swxt day expecting to &nd
it n full bloom. Her father had to exandplain toed ber that
plans require roots and that, although she could not
see what wa going on. k s --di -wre doing _eid IIkoss
impor1ant work j" b14ore w f$ouwrs showed abow
So advertising is doing its most important work
before the Nig results eventuate, and to baindon the
money which has Ieen invested 'ust before resultO
ixrivc isnot only M:i: \ w !"t Is wuUd be
inst as logical for a former it abuettm his fields brcauw
Jw could not haveslt his corn a uvek ajftr h1 planked it.
Advrti:ing do:'s not require Iaith-merely cowa
mon soese. If it i tiun in doubt and deserted before
normal results can he r"'sonably looked for, t0, f -*
doab not ie, witl the r.iwspaper or with publicity-o






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M .woven Hosiery-
,1. very pair guaraa
.ii.. Men's Neckwl

10, 15, 25,
irts, 50, 75e, $1
.!, $1.25 and 1

t*,j r, good values,

in Hosiery, Ul
Yfl, Goods, silb.

Iutnishings, Flu
, 8lankets and Co"at

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A Tuesday) afte...

S'eysters and fresh and
flas received from the
0t .on us or 'phone 93.

'L N aid 8. P. Mintoo, prominent
/.. &ik t rm the Hawthorn section,
"', visitofe to Osaneaville yesterday.
S'' B t. they made a pleasant call

ulana McRae, who is now engaged
li tile furniture business -In Alabama,
returned to his home yesterday after
a visit of several days here with his
SB. M. Teach has returned from a
S shoessful trip to points la West Plor-
Ida and Southwest Georgia. where he
statess that trade is good with all the
Captain H. C. Parker. the veteran
merchant of LaCrosse. was a business
visitor to this city yesterday. He
states that rain is badly needed in
isa section just now.
The Helping Hands Boolety of the
First Presbyterian church will meet
I at the hotme of Mrs. W. 8. McDowall
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A
. full attendance desired.
When drummers travel 50 or 100
S mile out of their way to pet to a ho-
tel to spend Sunday. you can bank on
SIt belag far above the average. The
Brown House It crowded with com-
merelal ean from Iriday to Monday.

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amomg the* MwIlfe r t~rm.-Jl
here bh Ie
short visit $ fs w
Inas his d(tt-, ", \ .< ';
Mr. and Uru. Dral, Who baU s
residing at 204 W. Ob rtt Mirg
removed to &is Wallace feu r
corner North Pleasant and,
Church street where they'
pleasantly located
Frank B. Myers has returned
Orlando. He drove a big Butek, Model"
17,, thirty honrse-power," pd iade the
running time seven houws, -whlch is
considered remarkable" 'It, coastl<
ering the condition of a0aOe'pats eI
the rulds. j
To tha Pabl-f have pMhae
the Smith Studio and by courteous tm.
tention to my patrons sad a 14 aug
strictly high-grade work, hope for a
continuance of the patronage hitherto
accorded Mr. Smith. Respecturll~y W:
M. Vau Sickle.
The Opera House Frilt Store ia tih
plat., to buy your bananams. We sin
selling the best fruit at 10 eeots the
doen., and the oNly places the 'ey
where you cea get them at this prise.
cavouras ~ CardslUe. Pree de veIw
to all parts stithe ity. ,
J.. W. Harre of laCoeMe was
among tie visitors to the s yeater*
day. He mays that a great amy of
the farmers are mrw boar wth ter
*ane croWa bt the work thif soeop
wilU be short owtIq to the 4ry weather
whihob retarded the row 0 ,e e.

s Facilities are at Your ispoal. Four Per Cent
ltvling Department. Would Appr.cite a Shars
of Your Bainess.


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mretmied front Nlditia, mskt* dii.
round trip In Mr. Medqlu hb"4"~

tast li5SPwws 'fe odsw *


will, maim' Wa~tINIMe fr thisb
cit: Tbe a "eomWasy frids her.
who wilt bi deight to harof their
retwin,. OMthey wIlbe warmly wel"

U~pbee CriseR F. Bates, of the
Umbe 0 8sosuusyalbaud Oakicefk"

for the bmt dw weeks MUr. BAteS
Gtams th VMS@ tothe sOGIcu
WOO" boai=ear to be ezdomP

ingl kwass theIs*4t g"etW

satur~q. &s aiKwIseabae

a,'A.. L *IiWisom,
onef 4 3ai~m'bses omItor i
che skay ss~ boom sComms
by hUS Abbbmene atrally.

Rr-4169 cYow old w *
mLrY tu aMes.'"

d petol cad to Marig I
m4 Lbewty stret, Mr

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for ale cheap.

anyonee hunting 1
It'a Muarateed
obUte and fever.
bottl. Ak VW.
probably know.

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ER InterUonal

practically new,
n T. Arnow.

'a Chill Tonic.
cure alaria
25 eenta per
ohnaon. hell

old~i; P
kt suE~ whN


Hs. IL *0000of At"Wadta Ut.
ti Ifht and J. H. Bkadyof
cutaf 14"bof joly i"Mo~s sale..
so who WkwPheis we ag ethe
WAVY INOWrdmGN tea bwooe"
hem auts" dby amiissvg
woAD m -wo ase tbw
ao s day, agsinamg
-two sham&we* hwe.
ho!m Imawmr mor o
m4wSI ow 41 o

IU"TRBD-Bull dog. white
msa pots on face; u
aale of "Bull." Reward (
its. Geo. R. Ellim.

wOR ApNT- Ste'erlr.n aI
"amre. Ap|ly to .1. t
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FOR RENT-Cottag, i.n SIa
*vllle; city watvr coii'nncIA
at Sun office.
POR RENT-- Front iildow l
in my piano store. L
Opposite Poetoffie.
soovllle, V. J. S'ips"
.NtMe, comfortable rooM d
able rates. Roomerts 1
or week. Rates reasou!lb

FOR RENT-One six rool
ast OGainesville.1 all 0
venleaces, at $10 a InW;
il-room cottage on Wm
treet at $15 per month I
fPrniture Compair'


WAINTED-Men to learlw
16w weeks required,
. Wrk within the rease fd
PS have soP wt
wagS from $12 to 9-
Sdrll demand f.r t
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