Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01299
 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 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01299
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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pTwo Gainesville laFaytte Friendjoy Hos.

returned fror a two weeks'outin00
Chaires and families, and 'Mrs. Ureeno _______
Chaires. of Old Town, LaFayette
lDeclared in Contempt oft One week of their time was spetF Breaks Ot Aga I Fatal Cofiery

S 'Serve 90 Days. atlorse Shoe bay, the Gulf Coase t,
such as duck. quail and squirrl, were
TOhistory of the Supreme Court of the keit constantly to camp In abound. CHUR Y. Ill., Nov. 1.-The three Were exuhute by lk lt feIM Sb la
TON. & aneeco.
ert time It kJ United States that that anust body At the end of the Week the party hundred or morn mers who ww er et* ok*
ede e lb y of disr garden ocitsians moved camp to a point ftttee or tombed to the St. Paul coal Sing by ,0 Of Ml WIW t
etemp ited date. The previous occasion was in twenty mile., where plenty of deer last Saturday's fire, are. dead. GI.me lt tth tth hi' dlireft J
ooUn the another generation. oand bear abound. They were there of the bodies lie buried beneath The OU res uers o w o a01 o ,
too, the in plenty, but the bear appeared too go do n WI*"iS h-,
Iplaced nm Heading the little group of six men, shatp for the hunters, and a r old thousands of toU of earth whkh cv abottinI T t T b .
Sof th a tound guillty of contempt, as they faithful bound was the only member edIn upon them and It to deuth tlM w
S took their places before the black- of the party to come In contact with whether many of the" bodie ncan ev 1 by a -IN
United 8tat 0 thisi. robed Juasties, was Capt. Shipp, the Bruin be recovered. Mi I fot M
Joseph .t 'hip. /6ie sheriff in Chattanooga, Tenn., when Four very fine der wre killed, one This was the opines apeelo M S I of
SChattanoop, > Jmo.e he offended the court. His tall, by T. P. Chaires, whleh Mr. Jackson last i h ent when remu w k was a ither daed alv. "
hisM Jaler, sole. at A straight figure, his seemed face and declared was the lagept he ever saw. temporarily abandoned. FIrrs I tIhen
Nick Nolan, HRnWy i d his gray-streaked beard, told of his Mr. Jackon. by persistent begging, mine. which broke out with rehowed "ne, a ther sils th
Mayers the e long service in the army of the Cow got the horns of this back, of which serene early yesterday, made frth. res esrs, mb J MA S U IB
afternoon b s 'it fderay., he is Justly proud, on accomt of their er decenads by rescuers. mpossibl. rbpo..
Itprisonaeat ltmpae few Bowed down under his 76 years, unusual ~ Ia employed In n effort to car"- | e.me d t H m isse ;f
by the Saem Jeremiah Gibson, the Jailer, stood Cach of the gentlemen In the party ry frmh air and life down to the s- dMw od for saey Slat the reesenS 'r
States. with him. With bedimed eyes he got a fine bck to their credit. a prisoned men served only to enliven m ot fo U A., betl to t0ee
1 adI Olbson ad bea llt ti Hlooked upon the long white locks of Mrs. Jackson would have gotteil one embers which sprang Into lamesL parts the reseWs wee M e to .1
Sfaling to Ptt S* the chief justice, htiself 76 years of had it not been for her hort i"ooming scn the heat and smoke beame so o without roasN41d|I. Before the
Johnson, whose loe edij age who would soon pronounce frightened at the approachbii doer, dnee that it was necessary aala to ooud 4amead agaiN the fre an
rl hlad s bysentenee upon him. and send him to when it came near throwing her. seal the mouth of the hoisting shaft br/o!K ot. Gradually the erow4
Court wn t e eMM prison. He and Capt. Shipp had been Mr. and Mrs. Jackson speak In and the men down there, whatever about the Mth of the shaft bega
aee. The othMi &td' been found guilty of falling to protect a glowing terms of the hospitality ex- their condition. are locked In a ef- to this as hope Wemed to wa1e1
ty of part1c1m,6 la the negro, w aiting to be hanged on a tended them at the hands of friends, fectively as la a dugeo. The spectliel aboul the w mouth e
( a rdfr ao a, charge of a heinous crime against a of whom they were guests. 300 Ceons Ordered. the wrecked mite at dttsK was p*W
Illiains and N aft white woman, after Ole Suplreme Whether attempts to take out the thot.e, A tall aHeti a fg eS*k ft
ces of ainety d!!" oson. Court of the United States had stayed OFF FOR A lMUISE. ihdies will be made today depeamd Iron reshlin sokywl W Asuf ed by
While Gibaa, e and his execution. on the condition of the Into nt am. a group of low sd buMtadl
wch received dsity days. Bhipp Brave In Court. Commodore Seate, Dr. Heraeg ad# It is posable that earbtonic acid gas wbhilb few days iNM had biee te
St big barred doors Of the Jail The contempt case swa taken I iE. yoyle to Take a Trip. will be forced to the bottom of tho 'renm of Indultry, suggested by thetr
Sen to receive the prisoners, yesterday as soon as the justices took A Jaily trio cinsitinlg of C MDo L 4ine to choke the ames. It was 4deoatio6 that t ope had beoe
htely after sen eQde been their places in the court room. Bollel. dore K. W. Hteale, 'Uniontown. FP, end maid last night that three hukdred abaidonid. On ly Ia halt doae asils
. Warden McKee stood before tor Bowers of the Department of Jus- Dr. H. liersog and KI. K. 'oy)I of coffins have been ordered. Ialf of patrolled the PreUmles. In the dist
thee, upon receiving a nod of recognil- this ity. left a day or tI ago fr t 8. shem will arrive today and belt the aes, c*tseod ove the old, a f4 1ew ,
lu .e are in the hands of a tion from Chief Justice Fuller, called Augustilie,. ron, whovter they will following day. Meantime the several *omen, wrapped In ashawl, kieed
exclaimed Capt hipp, who tAe attention of the court to the fact take a most Intre.sting cruise, which wore of nurses who were rushed bhee o "In *lece .
Sin many a fght for the Con- that the defendants were In court in it I tis idll'es to add will prove an look forward to no prospect of heroie A a result of (tell 4saTer t he
as he espied a 0. A. R. but- response to its order and suggeted ,i*j,>ablC anid twielical one. ork In reviving Injured ue, It il this pwn of only a few sliN e
ithe lapel of Warden McKee's that the court Impose sentence. Tht.es gpntle'nitie epe'ct ito take a Is believed that no one will be tahabitabtm at last 100 .orpha.a .
Then turning to his five The chief justice directed Chief ihirti foot motor launch, eight-horse- brought out of the mine alive. 00 widow s, Theh are the M w 1"
Ptrisoiner he said: Clerk McKenney to call the defend- iN)weI. at St.. Augustlite, and will Holwp wung frequently In the bal. qt tundan MelOalld. prld4S -ti
S'.t ill te all right." ants before the bar. As the names iulov leiltirely alisiK the Atlantic ance yesterday. lilfore the Bf br&le Dlstrirt No. It, United Mine WorlMke
l McKe&> has IauIltrat(d of the six men, the sheriff, the Jailer, eiast around Calp. Habl,. into the out again, rescuers defended ftr who itituted a rolell ofthe llausl
I punrisiment at the jati the four men charged with having (ulf and up the coast tu Cedar Key. timen into the shaft. Tlhe the rNmor li of the otfled islaerlas
'itra as the varlol classes been members of the mob that took stopping at Iptertal. at their own circulated quickly through the erewda- 1art oef Resae Weth .
B'1er.. will allow and he waA Johnaon's life, rang through the 11it pleasure. that the ImeN beow betNh d bw o reacbd pidet Ial ofe (b-
ial- rl. omls to 'rve of a and. that the ressos they wer -s
ts Teneisspee. settled over all. Prom each defend- rather unique nr, r c. .rW p a
1t .ar ago. deutep the In. a t came the solitary word "present.' the occupaiats o(f the launch propo "s -- se
" of an unusually iege sau. They then stood up for sentence. to take life easy, at th. same tim A '
somuf4 the wards at ilttl Chief Justice Fuller then read the braring wealber conditlo.s. They f
| re.o on the tfim er of *lene. are well prepared for sucha Truise. Vt U lDCleWl
sand 4luarters or fe atle pri. iShetriff Bhipp took the sentence however, bln a.quippe'd with every
, Ih, hi this la1ge rv1ne per- more calmly than the others. Af. thing Ioesable for comfort Thel y ez. S M
r t t, thirty.4 f (fet. tat tar the chief jusUtice had concluded pect t return to (Jaineevilie shOu *i S
I ,,, Pix prao *. h e walked over to Marbshal Wright Chris.tnma., bwhen they will probably 3U 1 II I VUIII
^ Ten.nes** i A, ad asked him where this officer of hate or tm remarkable tfle-- Ii i
Stommn .ere b ter t o the eert wanted him to go TORONTO. Nov 6 -Just as the they wMld he to ,jum eo is b
Por- ile at m ad gs a Tei r ese h Padker fey 8tst4e jurdletonm; only the maJet co vesti of the Asmeas orders. rete UMs e laim the M w
S a dai atW Berir b eet hw hadichltef wrheni l o, tlhe law as interpreted by tihe -ios t -. was te.s to adoIIs his S
thr t oo,,. a be & ud Mai e pst down as ikr ehausted whie et court of the land. "1 am .et Ieta Wi.etW to
14ta"ng the roo w Ate senr Cbamlee a .ked that ba. The present ce originated Is tle for the day a telegram was roeasi ( dved f MMt
Pro, erxeh.lg ." |Pr ualet^ be eaot to Atla'nta. Hle reea eoort's 4*ctoi la March. UiN. to fr1m Washinlp aM semusM 98 ellwt h e. t a ..t eM4 ut, a I
trUlar ti..ow. o M I to t ae ed lwtg mtil Attorarye- 'ft nad c a~slder the appel of JobibOs fS a ta asked@ for by the atterlenr tr slter sjlltigrama l. N '3 '

~ L rrn f~ h terd91dhi Te n ~ a verdict of the Tenn'..swe MMM sPresident UMiel's, VSWPP~wd" W. tho aFi 1081 ee ~s ew -
thecout cpulud t. arsaloifthoWding im uity and sesiteneig Mitchelland IetetorvMWmh.IN OWd@mry *as Me pusodhoIp s0
Pl-aan O 0 ei elmstltClmuew tu PInake s I lm to ho hangod om a eharsw ofas#be aamw 'sernamftrne. M1A Ovdemesb ~mummi
do DhOW0( "u aum t tki t*mk. '71e night after the d4eis. .q.N, hen jg bp '-V.3W
Y Ma'Ir am, a~m to AdLlimOnf the lopr~meCoutrl to oguet~ atheineofappels sof' The Vtulst dam$ ftPW oka. 0~med of
co ~urt to W5lw a Pour Held as LyChmhavs tge-roIedes Iwas wired So Maw of ('etuminaftommen0W 0W0 sW" s ted*6iqa&I,&" Oem ft vwaN
o bad iMW bMwilft LttWliftoamaSick SfaKcn" ~ -aS.ODMb doar"d te 51. Web si& mwm ber*W go oft 90 bb IWS J.1LM
~ ..,jto be a" 0tdo ry Paietandmwwiulam Mayes. rvs4 to immpm efctas ~be4dham & I "mwo'.asto to themum $bee te Iis.Pemifttdoet wof heuis aths d "I
all Ati"-boieed ~de*as of Chattanom lm.fnd gUikY o4eft" f t"o Case BNNiein wtis siso.,. as am# a*d Oh. lswbi VP.`e1s
ateaa~ ~ nthe blyasIftof 94d7TheMoWWwas mb iscemandby by the e's aWOOLb am I"#on"* .
fIne the r" ot$e t*a lynetobg a"d atits 1 ihi 'w Th sat Siin tat temtows" athI* oUIdto Wii

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butso Nobat -sd wetceamhrs GWOd gags
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Ia, the i m sItaH. vim J

SJheo sadvs JAmes Hunt, warded.
State a mrde twoan, see wtes eo

w. s grI ted s ,to Jim Johnsion. l ad
WALtthel jr bauth untilara lt
D orit wit dresae4 a t rti olt

,Johr and Jae t Hunt, Oearsd
In atUn a railroad track be wht
STel mue do theeon, a ever thalo
was Btes an to JLa yJoh so er and
IMMam Hut raWe laned own toalI
At loathe aur lt oalit the jury4
er witahou t reacig al otdlty.
S h the eaa of ioe t ita vs. Jeiel
eh a Ors w and eamesut, ire

wit oste c ing l raitl tea t raebr
tn am e tharod with aro. er aTe
Ik- r rjUuble St I o'Wook tbl 4own.

wa. grn t edas t tJie Jh sonan
Swl e h ols ni uh th j.r

%ot at YdeVo Dot
e tand S a bweeat orM whatu
wed eyoua do to e the Ste p ee?
*S e tari ame aNtobe to hctur In
* : &OWt a nad aourn uni obewllM'o

n cas the ury Is a vermy orcaw
wiuld udPrele the pa bow* witbont
a c Iuri. sW abe by all dccr Ina
my Inmy aNdevife slowly.
l. va Wowpold e amt dto wil er
s te the pam a wood t lana. moral
M wil cauet. V Mthepic the alwitourt

catalbee At *mooea. OW
m e earlomd haMeboom so, which
b eouha S1.3M per box, L o. b. Bvin.
m HB. were baheet by Atlaua
*. U rt benMs and t Mau have
dappkl bet 4*he vrm hb tbee
f^a it short Mad 40d 4 by

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: The City Council convened P e
Mhh^srdI Ias -le**M's 4 Ms i see.olm Monday night at
Soa M eMk, there being present A
... .': sei usod at 3 t i O.l uh to n ftro absece o Fr
P "b a't tla the t that eral and Phtlfer. Ak
*L^ Oa. p.. tt a otts oin) to the absence of 10g
T- .e Mr n s et bs the members of thle t co nsei
'+ .I, CULt wll. t C, r b ie at th e NtI tt omr w lsr ilm ess was transacted, abo t
I U ..r et a N attray ia ge ty .I gs al thing bein the present l
*U^ BthN Cotta, pre (t fato fLe le d* r br6flikr rrt hals i tmn deer lieu 4 osmanuicationj from the M
Ut t T .lad I r. D. e i h + pti He.' ba wk. An todtaton in regard to pf
lt9eio. 1f Mr. and Mr ll M nd to wth a deal or ,* fo rel the pc
Atp. a. t preldel t wnolt the t*.e ftr are h ofoe wro wua t tiod wao received and rled,
SMlS of1the M4re1 Ie bhaptr ol9t1famli1ar with be t subject, ssd which the council adjourned
02 -do tof M dr. ad Mrsd JeD al I t I. k. next y night at r7:3 om

.. ..oo stoe Vt ID.uld lf .10 t hatinr ard, ,to l
Stte"lIow. Mrs. triafefow t At the otof her etoarks the
tet a redial or shtatm to the d rnt te to wih W~ t Croup il mOst prevale t d lfa
el tf tbO Iohie bmpeg tno tobel i bouig t aInd it ble rrapa y cod weather of othe tl.y
pe Wth m a s. id hbalhU of the qapter Nmots.h aet of heciyou As
9Saw esther Carlotta will be thM .DMolous retr it were served ed
,Mist Ct 911. 3. Ib. la e. tchgdel b Mlmasw ,,ag w e', ich g h e co Reiedy awon muntrh
f J. 1. Ptkly Chapter, Wedesimy. Ieat adda I MCrny, who It hn never disatoin-ted th .
he frld are x rtened a oeartol w daty white dre woith th o ards1it-th ed
~Hvitation to call upoI he0. apro's. __e _e__rtM
SIt said that Laret oa n t e
t a Crime a A Tiny by hIone olf the lmos atltt It. p ml
TWo lglet yor beltC. The W'om Can't tell you I word what the met societiles i ia t
to i allow oon.stlpatonI I leoune y pasty it it ets weaer, and weaker, aed bcorn the tdItr ofr .
Iniato to mlnll, ahepronock.

M ama Take a teed harmless. oels te s WHAT 1s YOMEI?
noeline and t abeuitely weoisu. wormst I t put the taby in a bealthy a k', th Ca
The sure uare for a My andalU t yI normal oinditton. old by W. a. *yeo Havne HtMd About th
or e o the stomar bolter and bowesl. dw l______ 9ob N r Gulaidlt*.M W
t d 1pMif o Sal a ym re ot e at ma w yomi is a wonderful t d
Mted Ro ad to ne la at woll oo seem eew eeo l the powrwal tat it promptly d eI
hew waoa a &ab feel to W or i ~Met t . om life, yet its action on d
'Itfhe h toa nie ldematfe t the se d for lha CtI eo se ibrane ist extremel i
w aot to Wa o Pan .0. W. MLAw alCe J. It are ll a
NW bI Wtiea AlhGalte A Nes Gagr, Wis s or money bck.

r to Pi Mlr clock. W *eca ptol taken f romt th
Think aboiet thsarnil In yaw tomorrow *(TToay) Morning at 9 the Chor Dortng the Heeyl It l chiefly of ruct9i<-

ilr o PhIllM e 'cl. Ty, wf d th f ta kn the ,
.Tber.sib l n Wil be I ub. ",' k^ ofbf i A tl T
OR 1,19e iA 6m04 i6 nt a Mnd fak atfant dms tt otheremlRel.Cnm.i is IS antearn""Anoradwith theArct

A Bre ways dain-g ust as they advertIse* at ONg by the addition
A M Ld this ele t wit be no ex d ptiNL &WoI I .a 2L ,d d di'.. .- 1
That paI to your back cased by lat is -T---- o,5 Lyed o to h 1 t r -
lmbUge, stiR muscles or a sraIn, yh o olC cr e ne ftm ee Smat uar b at* tocol and oahnd Vr
Is Ia y thing to get rid o. Val- oa-tipattah whM i is often the bk y r W ST & d i I
lard' Saow Ltatment wre rtuam ase of meming stuptdity at ***? s lee. uEmel f orsls. '
thOM l1,ba0s sore sad iMWf S Chatbertajes Stomah Sad -4Y wh1 kis a pest featr to the t e b grem t
eMa. ran. urefh OKa. b w Tablets are as Meal medIaMeto give "re igg tbe
brieMsade at achs nb d aS ca Aa t #a e m lad and ea-tle kneowaI s.
pal&s. TYo seed a bottle In yoer in s, wil N ure eve M c ease. ym to a M. r4
hose 1 Sod by W. K. Jobe-ua. c11 f tN by a9 a 40119 *100il" tha j ig "3
d- 4nThtss frem a-ssid m .Ale Tl, m oo aetl M' W a
IRa e m e of aem vL. ---h- apon a .echm. rsa mn M a m or any babit ft-wr
~I hae Pmod mi tei sWN.Get a fiv e toh frem i ni C. M
Wet Union ret to 13 Wet Male Mrs. arebt l deres to em aSt S* Me M* deuh t tml I
street k. where I hal m-e siMeN toend 4bewrtAekth t ot ato wn were s jur agy it. Ust b' S
es quite, da am better thae s k ld to he b e r- the 0reseat iatW. _te gs s I 0A
eer ppated to 1A the demands se04 ap #00of her bsd, also Ti woeo t@ e goSe aolbOs N&*a m.
ft all kds It tUewrk, amV t the beautiul Som trits& b.t t ins- be" v r7' ca '.

aso". '0111111thm a nS olb n w Me- gt atst s-s t*f .11 *-sV

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it contains no harm
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& Doors Swing Open Promptly at 9 O'clock at

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ne Hear the Floor Talks! Meet Your Friends! Enjoy the Bargainsiving!

S e(. introdmi1tt-ftl aitd WIl. Merchandise of
Come.s just whin y *d the gsftos To make your
do IT'S" beet. TM Me"r t W pride *of Gaineevlle
p vicinity. shows e*ly &peI~Ml mMlagtanhse. CeW!
Ig in advance thM NOWeMs adf NO questionable
^andise of any dbeerlpletn will be shown you.
46 Store and this ste t a e** Tee"W" of time. This
h i s been moere thus ierWy provided for. Weeks
he ken spent i tin e NeM I aIIIfe iand markets, picking
Choosing only the 11" bergIft to show you for this
e Mor ode hago ve g pMroided f this Sale than
b nown by any et cmoe SaIneev ille Store cofl-
h and this MEROIAM0- will be SOLD tO you
Iaper than other fSta a 0 h ir g ds. This is NO
MeM. b tra e teM oiiip *t This alo* will stand
III GTnesvii(o'g hIg 1gr t y"lInation of High-
- Merchandi~li q i iftbr NW t bargain giving.
bo Pecting muse. W' te f AINAY TO MAKE GOODI
* S*pherd *. W lOW thf ma ye u k~ow. will be
Sto aFraff the ptis B 101 t'V e g gods.&

fat ii lb. a, Fnt Fmr

15 MMi .
l_ Irae. f ... .....b ,-............ .

9 ftmi.

Read Carefully!

Come Promptly!

This is a big store. Re4M and bargaitn for everybody.
Corrme! ring the family y, end the d y. SO medeir
nwtheds of MereMandising. Enjoy the Iniag5 giving.
Duy and save. The more you buyi the me yeW mtte.
WEAR IN Miilnery. Ladls* I Sts. S k Cieksk. Ws t.
Ready-to-.Wof remo.
Men's UnerTwr, Swrhts Neswear. Slodego, *U.. at
prbee ye wll gl***pay tor tIN* dep1"d11 09m5nd*
will shipimto. ODy Fa ay P prie tpeP,.

$Pew 8-0 &MW....,
-. F m *_ *iP
ftr* % oMgoaswagl shesagop. Tabe *L.o Netleem
&Nelr. Uedserwa bun0Metents. "w"r aow ~esh

"Wllat 12 r SPbLi
Handsome Silk Undeskirs given w. ONea
ticket. me puffehaeln roqd&L aImmorbe Is of e emu
livery)a Snets a Uelet.
TPAsue e"gtV o~dthe~ rs y to flow. fSinvo of klo~.
400 SOW& .This 0S0"Of *O sPP*"OFtedb mwm*hS 40i14""b
Sent. senamrng.trusung eeommees We ane u~o of dife
Stoews resod. neon0" emem~u emds 0001"has." eaiiib
Muobed. Yewr dDllee's woth ofrew ur Y se 4.w
THE LAW OF THIS STORS-mnflboo you to 00"aSW
trad withsomeide~ao. Thivs 66me sat e&d of aid
gusrantemai te lall Owshown Oue a&d ft"ydill,
Ise$S a ovth of the IHYdeC*.. bgus ~ mmea Sn00e1111
prnm or109this Gram" sawOThe yellow thiehtofa006folioe
lel~lrots, 101%OW ourPk* 11014eeand U011,0010oq
Aced by hard-up miwasorm tetfeytr asF0weA
or* .able toolvOhe 060% ho wee 1 soiseetiby o eurmb~
keen for Am~*ue ebeatbope 10its o ow o ^ Ow eble
to handle q.ommtit1WO din eyod 0411111of abfse e0
any overaps, w"Ps"L. Wu' eh plbw 1towNos1aftl"uw
;,.ls sommitmattrdeevent. Sbuselsesi4eder Moiedse
der to waft amd dim"ayls pods
TNueggY, Novemiber to** a 0S*%INh. w dweersa
opens oftie no w"" A~nof m lm aleb uSwodep. ,
6604was a" wwg o hm" .110of thls b dqsp
WOOL. Only 10y ~wisp160ir. ow *planUon"
an Ladw soft Unuewo -an
DO e we 6 o bos

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"IlA *aff Uh"e Are 1"aoWe Oft0 IiMech nt C
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WMbg tht re ad he ak potpt5) O t
SASU. cc isSapan any icel
-_JA vl"I 9m s a" orepudm fT. aneil rlGre s q etlzr
It ltdeend a mnte*0view point 3W'":O 9 to.-OUAK5 GAINNSVwLforFORT"
porno teatrAca and tb Wbor,_ er UA

The m. ohoeoWe has& only Swaae ."*. I
ht~he perevererOWhewisW" PloldagA&I hd writtam thss AinfAe'I BA

AWRP eheeheOWeteme' ftLW
fine a~e ver oticd whe a Q4 ~Ub7~~~ W* Taler.See.doVset I
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i xmWOW than eOmem eer nnntta IsSelatidsfyta allo he r aiew M.Vonbe

"thnk"It ar~onwit i aloetth lie hrdroa Lit 'Nem144Fur ar oit"Pat idt In

'Weaingam Upa c fam"", aoeft ________
* anwolll"-. f ut r -, ful SMAvins DIstme I-HE ONN CTNG II
~a le orhea'sgro. uu r 1u'e. b e4in that Drble A. Dolanvr
beau~ r aI ~arh lt ii, bA iUu ftswhv*i reemows~I'"
An ft 1.1 _

.Cof wrmmaaVumukJam..waftKe r. J 3 NT.. ~Taledo 0a Mild Medicine Tretment. W I il o'ar ev'0. Snde f4fwtn"np ig-gotigtiIr
afteaceim Vpinmr.insbnMnee*O&W. 1 "ai s a nw
letheiu lgta1WIxAm romaw P. .J bm s sm 16 Hoyews. and .' ym
a mooen naire*d dollarpearl sPaw ewnl h nt ic
a raw .yetr. ?"m witty Florida s~it Isowawetlsme andFlo"()f ,,-,lom*
probablylooks spau daft Sin O entoSra oMu ain bgebudrd

~SIW1 ~9t n mo ba"NacISgd~w h .15V A heCjtIr
_____W Wpt Ubhty ~bl. Better jt)Ut;
Im1ra mnthON"emsWN k ft while you1hi '

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igh oon o lgm at
ali chd fe lmiss
t Jordao'i"u sta
son were o rriage.

te prepa s being
Palat laka Ioir ntertaln.
f the State 1ftof Wo-
&nbas, which NO :Jm'that city

B. Taylor o0 L- bas pur-
the postoffltCe t that
nd hbas let tho f oro the
of a thr- r build-
i the corner.

SMacdonald, 11, lIetler of
died on aUnjrilt he age
.yr. His bw 31 4 rooted
s by his Maso ., and

'00 last terms 0Srp In St.
,t*. Mortose n Il. lM telli
-mlatto and b a letter
bi that city,. w n to
for forget *

-five hor ea h already
ast the Weest ia track
Ssad a laro qi'dt men is
id In getting the 'O ready
Opening day.

kdty election In ir Wet pass-
|ry quietly ad a smsmo on last
Thbe most I j wuaft tea-
d the election= wa he bond
|of 1140.000 for ftrit Improve-

educational' rally wMoh was
Shield in reimS was a
a cceas. The or ion of
a' Educational Lmeagu was
ptd,. and Mrs. W. Way was

).boards of public ltmaction for
anties of Dade and Palm Beach
Their final joint bin t at the
t house in Miami last edmes.
and made a ffnal settleoast be-
l the two counties. Te meting

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1141to t illgmikyour
i'r1itng-.rooim and
MjTfl different bcm
-rai-tic'ally O2StdoWI
Trait o ajln omos.
,it this som-
"".~ "*will y .

&beatl)d -ow l
fu~tirefmIL'o U

IEry Woman Should Read This Ad-
vice and the Generous Offer
That GQm With It.

The number of diseases peculiar
to women is such that we believe this
space would hardly contain a mere
mention of their names, and it is
a fact that most of these diseases are
of a catarrhal nature. A woman can-
not be well if there is a trace of ca&
tarrh in her system.
Some women think there is no hel;
for them. We positively declare this to
be a mistaken Ides4 We are so sure ot
this that we offer to supply medicine
absolutely free of all cost in every
instance where it falls to give satis-
faction. cr does not substantiate our
claims. With this understanding, no
woman should hesitate to believe our
honesty of purpose, or hesitate to put
our claims to a test.
There Is only one way to overcome
fatarrb. That wey is through the
blood. You may use all the snuffs,
douches or like remedies for years
without getting more than temporary
relief at best. Catarrh in general is
a diseased condition of the system
that shows locally moat frequently in
discharges from mucous membranes.
Local treatment should be assisted by
Internal treatment for the general
diseased condition of a complete cure
la to be reached. That internal treat-
ment should be scientifically devised
and faithfully administered.
Rexall Mucu-Tone is splentifically
prepared from the prescription of. an
eminent physician who for thirty
years made catarrh his specialty.
This remedy is admirably adapted to
the treatment of the catarrhal ail-
ments of women. It purifiee and en-
riches the blood, tends to stop mucous
discharges, aids in removing Impuri-
ties from the system, soothes, heals
and 'strengthens the mucous tissues,
and brings about a feeling of health
and strength.
We want you t6 try Rexall Mucu-
Tone on our guarantee. If you are
not benefited, or for any reason not
satisfied, simply tell us and we will
hand back your money. Rexall
Muca-Tone comel in two sises, 60
cents and $1.00. Remember, you can
obtain-Rexall Remedies in Gainesville
>nly at our store-The Rexall Store.
r. W. McCollum & Co., corner FIast
lain and Union streets.

.as without friction of any kind. and
.ow each county is governing its own

The Times-Union says: "The Hav-
ana News now comes out with a s *
column page and longer columns. It
seems to be recovering from the late
Ore. Editor Gray has plenty of cour-

. Madison is soon to have a hew plan-
tno and mill factory. The deeds coo-
veflmg thi site have beas 1gned, the
pehase price pad over ad the
'adageulat has promised to have the
wheels tamlag la sixty dlys.

Very train Is said to be taking
-e from the Nora" to Miami. Some
are only prospecting wlle others are
purebaal g property. The real estate
moe are all busy and they are looking
for the best real estate season that
they bave had for years.
A Haltr Seadth asepe.
Do you know that every time you
Bave a cough or cold and let it ran ea
satoktg It will just care Itself Pn
- l vttlU pSaeumonoia, oasmptIo
ar m e other p i mosAry timuK?
D t risk t. Put your lungs bact In
perbfet beakk and stop that coagh
with fflrds Horehooad Syrup.
Prie 2 fct sad $1. per bottle.
aeM by W. M. Johasow.
Two nhlsboensh farmers. J. H.
gryaa ad amao Barber, were hbari-
ad t d th roometly waile drlvlas a
*sap aMe *a wa rsh a t he raa
tram Tbhey were te Py oW i
Sl tob hear the tam sad Sl
briank atru
Pw rr el. b wyerw g
~g e Tl te a diseam. They
Mmd ybet the bes*

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Mrs. N. Or, O t'Winer Reldent
lat M re Away.
MEIROS Ner. 1--Onoe moft
have the peopl V eMrose been a .
ed upon to mo~ tRa loss of the
est of the regular winter residents,
Mrs. N. Orr, 4 Hokokus, N. J., who
died at her cottage "The Home Acre,"
on the shores of lake Santa Fe. on
Friday night, agd 84 years.
For the past twenty-six years
Mrs. Orr has been with us every
winter, adding by Olr presence much
to the Intellectual and social features
of the Melrose seasons.
In her younger days Mrs. Orr was
a valued contributor to many of the
best magaalnw, besides piubllshing
several works of her own.
Rev. C. B. Hedrick officiated at the
funeral services, held on Sunday
morning, thq body being later on ship-
ped North for burial In the family.
lot in the bld historic Parramas ceme-
tery, near Hookkue N. J.
The sincerest sympathy of the en-
tire community Is extended to her
three daughters and their families.
News Notes.
Several most welcome showers fell
on Friday afternoon and evening,
the total raitlall beIng 1.70 inchhi.
New arrivals at the Huffman Home.
are Dr. J. Paxtoe sad wife, Peter.
son, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Doyng, Westfield, N. J. Mr. and Mrs.
8. Champion of South Lynn, Coann.,
are again at Mrs. Lee's.

Dr. J. H. Colt Ropelrts a Well De-
veloped Cao at That Point.
Pellagra, that muohtalked-of dite
ease, it seems is laInvading Florida and
this section, asoording to Dr. J. H.
Colson, who stated to a Sun reporter
that a case exists at Rochelle.
Dr. Colson has been treating this
case for the past few days, having
been called some time during the past
week, but has just pronounced It pol-
lagra. He states that the patnt
has been suffering for several weks,
but conditions are very much Itprov.



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When a medyhas lived for over thirty yeatr
ty and influence, and thousand
thousands i wmen declare they owe their vevyiwse'
is it not rea liable t6 believe that it is an article gmt
We challenge the world to show any oth e meN
for a special class of disease which has attained
enormous demand and'maintained it for so mny '
has ld LlaPMkhd'sV M CL
woman's remedyfor orwmai lut. Unkla It s a vuetypd .
medicine and the dclaimsmade for it are hoe m uMh a W n
would have been Impossible-fraud orm.= epesoa
would long ago have been detected ad the bu SXkey iout*
into oblivi-m. Read this uvadelted etw:.--
Ie -6 3 bI ,I w u i

When a woman lke Mrs. Waterma genero enoug
to write such a letter as the above for ubliction a
should at least.be given credit for a Sincee dere to help
other suffering women. For we aue yo r then Is no
other reason w0 y she should court ch pub ty.
We say it in all sincerity and friendship-try this medicine
lh HO a me Lydia B. Plaslkb'i gtgle g
feafleU In, No ark w=MS 40- JM-M Is

ed i Noeli lvly wgNe rool i
tlMlda fr te o Its credit,
Mrs. Pinkham ivit l al l
to write her frw awVlai
iuied theiisadla to kl" l frejf ela.

Mrs. D. C, Edwards has rterned alwa e. b j114h e a
to her hone In Ocala. after a pleas. of Wet ay trea T"rnt app a
ant visit to her daihter, Mrs. T. l. Through a o0terght as error again today. to whik AetS
stringfellow. In this city. Mrs. Ed- was made la the a Iddre to tb L4& of our reader is pi*o et
wards resided in Gainesville for a deon & ates' M. II. advetnesmet have large wareresmmM sa- S U
number of year,, and her friends in Inlday's paper. The addlres siN of lastr msets

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Adrission $1.60

An OMPfuandhbSyieatmhtd,

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RwaC-naan-ndtw in Actism

JAtdotbod eohd PS*ie" flM~teDdd twehwnus I .q uuIs sh
J-4~pI~he.8 p~Sh~uin~ .uisMhs weru

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P41M -- nd..w a ..... Jt
pi0r f eeh ted ft+b o he haft
that boeha bad bee foand wao
19K~dl the lvwtmOltosn.
The ~' was lowered ag at tif
ain tte paeatd. Tten bla ofa
0 4lr ftU apst, e"h6o

O vei f to ther
'isa rvwh tl th b* tlor
| feet from the bas of the shaft
6the had feoud no U tas l or
4 a4 bodies. the atmosphere In this
iln was considerably better than
'fb been expected With the aid of
eetria lanterns the searchers td
.,-Able to Ne plainly.
Sa other elns leadlung rom the
aft mud smok e was enoountered
^d g tothtg could be seen. After
i ltatmn it was determined to
birt te venulating tan at the oppo-
Mae. p0d0 of tbe miea to dlear the gal>
11e- ~ ol the smoke.
Some believed that the draft might
arome a slimerting re. Others felt
assured the re has been smothered
'ad that ventilation would clear the

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gallitt.9 ra k e. .* dble
for the srA"
PFire Agai in the Mine.
lan .hilf. as- tir e fans' were Mad
denly ordbred topped. Smokete be
to poMr from th matn shaft. It was
Moon learned that fire had broken out
fresh. Attempts to drown it proved
futile so that it became nepUstry
agaln to seal the shaft.
Inspector laylor, one of the dlsooV.
erenr of the renewed are, asserted
that the flames had not spread be-
yond the stable of the mine. The
purpose to have a quantity of coffins
on hand was agreed upon as soon as
the mine warn resealed, although the
toformation was carefully kept from


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t0e a4meted famtime.
Puaerals of two of the men who
dled In an attempt to rescue the
miners on Saturday and "of one roy
employee who tried to escape by ollib-
lug Into the lowered qage, but died
later, were held yesterday. The men
were John Ssbranski and Dominick
Prenmmento. The boy .was John Tu-
hey. f %
.8abranskl was a leader among the
Lithuaalans and was popular. Ills
bravery In sacrilfcng his life In an
attempt at rescue has made 4Im a
hero to his tf how countrymen and all
his fellows that could go, attended
his, funeral la spring Valley. Frem-
mento was a grover. He was among
the first to enter the oage lp which
he lost his Ufe.

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Buy, o xo
lug a = n~~..1
and 1'npeeking of Furaltureob

vs= tWetmaima St.. 0. lmsiwAIIs

Is something a real estate Investor
will never do wthout-It's hids sole
protecton against a faulty ttle. Why
not have us draw you up an abstract
of your prospective Investment so
that you'll pot be buying something
'In the dark?" The cost to certainty
nominal--+od when compared with
the amount Involved looks ridiculous
Indeed to do without it.
Aceurat4, complete work..

i eMn au. 1m Au vM
ese- dYv tdm
at astie4 *dw!M oft

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Bottled Undsr GoCvrnmnent's Sui;vis!on.
Sery Bottle i Stamped by the Government, which is a G .::.lce
of Its Age and Quali;.____

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OM 9se1l YOUr31%j propenj,
#Uv.d and unimproied). phoe
IMMUS angmd farming land$. B6d1A

& list of what you c~er for sale. 114
And 8ohlcior in Equity7
d~es, Estate~, Coo~at~e) ieigIrdd
'o) -rlapetkie..All businvt sePr
mtended to. Office repit iorW
1*00!. (OAr~bw ri x t ,Fo

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gb awk your grocer for bread
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yewr, grocer doesn't tr t "
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SOULertSS P E "The Serwvat Into the House."
iMr .C. A. We -- Charles Rana Kaueady, author of
srueet. St *ted like Ringwirm on Hand- "The Servant In the House." which
stly S rand welled d Th ie at the Bad tomorrow night,
Winover by th MM. and Swelledad He i lieeves that the number of actors
Tleor. who ~, the Spread to Arms, Legs and Fate in this country will be greatly deereas-
matters p the -It was Something Terrible. ed during the next few years, and
ott(, very dI tane, --- that theatrical managers will ulU-
.n a very nPR RIPTately disregard,the star system. Mr.
tatL o 5 Kennedy argues that plays should be
Scalling of Ut r em CUTICURA CURED HIM presented by small companies made
tre1onded w11 th#. |t9. te I up of carefully-trained and guulnel-
from MTe i nt I have used the Cuticur8 Tv.i.dicv m itale actors.
fr a very bad case of uenn with omn- "*Thia plan," he says, 'will greatly
.. L Medll I amae ugo bte ide or ighte n increase the salary ists, since man.
Su leadBer (o!w tOO. shape of a large pinhead en top of my agers will have to pay aw much for
I elaborate hand It burn d aid it lotd so anuhC 'buttons,' for example, as is now paid
elaborate P'W ..t that I was mnipelled tu .how it to a doe-P
the af M. twr. He pronounced it ringworm. ,an to actors with long-peaklng parts.
jr. read a m t ~ V a very light ofit. Hea me u Hlut that increased east will be offset
Venice, Cty of Ing to bed and all wld b over by the saving n ether ways. The
ue," at m moWrning. But the next morning my play of the future will bark back to
to cause th -.tNaben It. When the doctor cazm to h oflkb I the Greek form la h any respects.
them Wto showed him the hand and tonmyi.-,. How much better it wl be to have
tprim be told w that he bad never e-
bssutiful city 0 ti 1 4 gldl; cris caslahpaot and one state pturean let all the ac.
lovely U f Md it was well I poultkod It. Aftwr tons occur there than to lavish one's
Slovely train his different remedle the fortune on a doubtful stage venture
A. R. Harrto 1* ,qut 8 besed and weat up my arms and
production on 0"14" By the Sllto my thighs and nr lly with elaborate setting If a play of
each to the o of all n wa a h fS Ate rla the new type is anot a meess, who will
present. tra&d this dotor, as I thought, long suffer except the dramatist who pro
- p "eag by enouh, I went to another d wh duces faulty work? There will be
= goad .ue reputation of be4ng the hwIt in
B. F. R m 4 . L. town. He told me it was a bad oee of no ptorehouse. bgabooe In the future.
e mga and that it would take quite a The only storehouse will be the book-
while tooure it. His medicishoked
on- Mia M .* Italian .dvaeof dis ese but no fr,. shelf where an available manu-
Spreprl W. i a. script will be allowed to rest In
S* o 1uA a cake pf______e
kteresting artle te'A N eaee ut a ae i bo toura lint- -
of Csutioursaa When a sold becomes settled In the
(fpital of I tal a I system. It will a veral ys
ade mc m and I have not beetntaeblddw treatment to it, oa the begt ''
|afternoon, follO0d by a rel. with another attJak sece. I still us edy to use is ChaOberblan's Oo
by Mrs. W. J. 6 the Cutlomra Ointment a my family a Remedy. It will ene quicker than
rootI wasit is one ofthebotb r.emede.to heaa any other, and also leaves the n. J
Afternoon was ot O ther d I asn tern In a atural and healthy coad
u byte d esk ry b trutuli so aa Uon. Sold by all drggists. I
wit meeting of te elb will m I neSS est 7 amso fa-m
a emia 1- went -with them and I am
at the reideO oft Mrs. sreomending them, feeling sure I NOTICK OF ALK.
non, on November Mid, at o akig a mistake. -urk- A
k. PR88BW. MiRTR. rtS.,ept. urg.." Notice is given that under an or-
|s-sstxW 1aiW JESGE 00sR i l.- ori will ofer for sale socording to the
Sbn to South Florida, Where j US MWvWr3 &bankruptcy laws of the United States,
jLcated a Chioage QOsi pay. doma s S a 1 at auction, for cash, at the store
H. Goss, an o* W ainesville formerly occupied by A. C. Robinson,
but who for the paft few years L. S. OF C. TO MEET. at Newberry. Florida, at 9 o'clock a.
been located in Clicahp. where m., November 18th. 1909, the following
fconn-ected with J.lk. Lord, deal. Eighteenth Annual session Will Be .lecilbted merchandise In said store
SFlorida lands, arrived in the city Held in Galnesville Today. situated:
y night, and is on a brief vial Gainesville is favored with the 434 pairs shoes.
Smother. Mrs. iary 0oae. 1 eighteenth annual session of the S. S. 15 corsets.
less to add that his friends arc of C., a negro organlsation which Is 4 umbrellas and stand. All
lted to welcome bl, and wil very strong, and which ranks among 9 paranols.
*d to learn that he prosper the leading negro societies of the 27 tooth brinuhoa and case.
I his Western home. country. 4 comb anid ha dar.h sets.
SGrs has been to Sarasota, t- The meeting will be held In Rising I manicure set.
Ph point he accompanied a part> Sun Hall, North Arredondo street. and 9 boxes rivet..
Irty honiseekers. and whom he will be called to order at 10 o'clockk 1 Ivory brush.
were well pleased. this morning by Hev. H. M. Fleming. 3 fancy water sets.
D. D. 8. 0. E. 36 covered baskets.
This being an annual session, dle 23 vests.
l rates are expected from every section 14 white duck skirts.
of the United States, and It In expect- I lot Jewelry.
ed that this will be one of the great T. II. LLI, R.,
eat and moat successful meetings In As Trustee In Bankruptcy for A. C.
the history of the order. Many dele Robtason.
gate have already arrived, and more ,
are expected on every train today. DO XIEI mn T

The old, old story, told times with-
out mber, and repeated over sad Ye. Will Mae MI Y B
over.aata for the last 4 years. but Peltew Thie AdveM .
It is always a welcome story to those Never aeilect your kidmas. H
In sreur of health-Thes i nothlag If you have pas tn thbe hMkd sr I/
to the worMld that cure coghs ad nary disorders, dmisetas -ad mr.
cold as qilekly as Chamberial'aouas am t's time to aet sad hIA
Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggista. to expertmeat. These are al asap 3
I tfe Iu- t"a of kMdney tMenl, sad -.- B M
al hLet the Debtw tSewere. ek a remedy whteh t b M to
r ask. right la. 1'itr *1 BriBs-A eafe conversatloual run cure the kidesys.
Sad address workel 1 lteo Ia. Wlem l doubt talk of the weather D a's idy Pl is t he ram4y
Origg--Usfe nothllg! I am my lkr No to eper t t
I a fRehler UmleMa free ,ysltday. and a my speakiag of th to use. NO c ed o stper t. IB
r, whether rolled. "!e. It is u;seto ha urtubbornase in
l rin and ye wd andttle ri nds ..a ae fotaowt tt t vtt al?.
1 lft aM l i A.o. bah oesc u ,' ..,nte doLl i4ioiJ

114ade wfth 4066"0 olual. It I caseCUd by scr h tw '.of guru1ft. P
and ~s,,'~ hsuls ~~ ~ ~..Sys, -gIvelesKidaeqFMb
" t fI'd ia.1lat e& W& b% Mapplying VCku ft my highsb t reconu lwme sdaMi l b* S e
asUNm SLine t. Sldby all drugists W reo1 mre Iead to we*th 004a
sulrred from hd 0"yu~I o
NaftM-Whs! dd mme my whee, yomutn. h ade etm
s ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ w wee lte a a ~4hr s frnequisat"MA P ad I
~Il "V I'rra" My OW 57 feBp18'bIl&a OEMe during00heWight.I do W
w 8000930j"as~, S~l&Mgb..abdw aweebethered W e 6aPa
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i ; trWteet Play of the Age!
First Tour South
A; .mA n Two Years in New ye
$1x Months in Chicago.
*eabt on Sale Monday
t Prim*0. ., 75c, $1.00oo, $j

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'77W.I bwl'iag Ws k"" MOl!here; Isi W
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U& U.en th "No.hr UrigbedS..- laon'uso rwddyu.am
ForRen-4venrom huseser E,0f!,ssble, -40"L ho*e* tteMSMurf*we wio, %l4zat.
~mae;elctieliht. $s ndu~. laly06 L owr4the*m.ul ju -sat H.c~oft mule, s asind'hase
'-.~~~~t bGra conu* vow*es. 3.k Phtt.hdN .it 1"140** ase direct from He waskt.Thyw
6 tJmu dysW f e.t4ey Phsis dailutable tr faMiasdheas
joww. a 6 1WONfavr.Try agit0 wMrs. AOil erown. The. r*
A %&fo WNIl MNmbr~s llwohv no' aking k~ey boo*bs at ml (bites

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the purpose. ft brausfl to their 0*
bless another ear of mues. He 'stale
I that be wit peronaUy select the
took and pM c oaut St wbat th peo.
Ile want sad asks them to call at
W teir tablo. after Sundar.
Dr. Sarah M. Datis. Ostepat, wis.
as to ansesmee that aie has ospea4
otMco or the praetle ofl her pro-
feslon atl Set a Mala street. oppeo
S ite the Nesipl thbure. Dr. Davis
Is a gra iate t the American Sehaeo
of Osteepathy. rltaville. Mo. Ofice
bemrs: m a. to 5 p. m. Pbm 15.
riende. 0o J. J. Phillips. who waa
stricken Wt paralysis a few days
m0o at isa ome in somth (aljn.
ll~ wl be iraled to tI that
his rmOa e is Improved. The pa-
"eet was MB ms o mr some tre.
but has mqmMA Mnasmeer.". uam
W. getotg lSgat a well as coald be
Jed" W. Veorbees. a premaemas
attorney f Ob has arrived the
ty er the w be of his health, s
te pt-satlg heate at the Odd P7i-
tows*2a U- or the wiater. Thie
is s test lt to nFlorida. sad be
Is eafMy pilasd wth what he has
W of the laltela parutlisaruy
Ispeensee wit as elaser.

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seem 4fwrs.Mr. uka

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os liri da white with someI
'spos. Rolat to J. C. Walel,
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font in our hands. All J
)Ufy spots which were so a
il.l ew vanished during our
if Olealng, and the whole sut
0ok so clean and fresh as to be U
to A new one. Send anything
afish cleaned to us and you wl
tWm than satisfied.
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