The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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Newspaper
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English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


OL XXV. NO.,?7 tiAINESVILLE, FLOJRID)A, MONDAY, (A '110It _3 07. 905 ONE DOL- RAYA

mma~mauurnma~ina being tiit' al(i clear withb little sea ti he nl~r i tho fNankan I InNO
running. At 9:40 the preaeshnt. slteppediiIn#11 inwvca h(ii t
?RE"S'IDENTIAL PARTY on board tli Wet V'irginia a.'ft av.O D R S L TON R E IN T R N
ON ound, after his strenutouts extwrfre xr DCil
here and on his trip) down the river DOT1 DISTIRBER 'fllvi ver~YI'ictrenc hon~ the R FUSED BY SWEDEN
N BO T 0111 chors and before 10 o'clock hail start Kin Osca Wil o Alw i

Light House Tender and Fruit ed on her Journer tip t.~e coast. Russians Are Warned to Re Warsaw in Flames Kn aarWi o lo i

Laden Steamer Collide, train From Riotillig. Thorn. 11'rt)ii. Oct. S. A message SouI to Ascend Jt.
_____ YELLOW FEVER S4TUATION. ____ iom a re; tab soure ~iiie n Warsaw m.
______ d-I 'el"I3dtt tsV hat AU 11111"02 WRI-TES LETTER To STORTHINO
110OEVELLT WAS NOT INJUR F C Two New Casai. and Two Deaths at EITUATION DOES NOT IMPROVE clar) till' %.'.lch s: irtt'd thte last aiti
Whie te ovenmnt oa Wa C~ Nt' Now Orleans, La. -iw noht hi( iik ringulthe4 Sand that Stting that He Believes It To Be for
Whil th Goernent oatWasCam NewOrleans, Oct. 28.--Two .~w The Strikers in St Psiltersburg and
voying the President to the Pilce cases and two deatlis from yellow 1 4-ts r Other Cities Seem To Be Quiter and',irt~ti'elYtti Isin h Sweet lthat ofl othor.'Aaysli
Where the Cruiser West Virginia w& r~te Intere wap to da displaye Than Usual, but the Authorities Fear Street Car Employe* Sirike. Endiel SweeretdtAlCo~ctsB
Was Stationed, Accident Occurred. in the fever iaitutition, all att ntion I an Outbreak at Any Moment. 1,101, I-tit4thn Poland, Oct. zEnirl Svee
Ne re~s c. 8-fe a.Ing attracted, to the DIEwsit of ttde arel- kie. Pslt'rtuurg, Ocet. 27,-- 1 u. Y. tilniplois of %ill the local factorteest 11
N w reape f O ct lo 8g i fe in ua (lent to the ten tiler carrying P r ves hdent -- \a rni njg to tis pe itple tLb M l u411l an (I l ts tAr lives, Including th e taiii O o~lj .J J, li h~ i! i~i 1I ,

early morning collision in which th rthaevd e of opnn the qua Watigtsat midO I \ri" lines.l throl .' ll itItrcti tthcitl.
kight house teadler Magnolia, on which Frter ciudvnie tof copeni Ith i con- ctr,I idty Iarv city~ is .i :twr MAN CHARGED WITH BIGAMY. nfiit" 11ii u a litiit 1 ,I ilt~~', he was traveoiing, was so Much dis Biee rbbet at Itil ies Lhet ('-Ptirfats-is.'ns' cOt uieit ditr ti ttottti hl:1 ,\
albled that he had to abandon her pr.tb willre sin thfte'Nv t1e Tt, Ias 111-t- ioiirt'at't titititi t'h r 11ilo.Maevlee Woman With .ot Securing i il i il 1 1\I AAi)td 1:11 t .F Ident, Roosevelt is now safe on thu wil sta reial o Nbiin s.it noJt't only dr atLusit-8or cofdne all&J''r'i : r Legal Separation from First Wife. W il h,~ dikilllt. W 0'its revenue cutter Ivey, which to carrying an tey, bt.In of l t it*surr foun51 yd- rt sto llire co dn d- '91)K, 1*i all ntgo ,ti y, A lit.. ( )tit. .' M\ NIli' lit 1.)4 il thr 114 Of s him to the armored cruiser We'st Vir- th c tr.bt I l h surrond i vir %i-psi \%titn'dOwd H 111K t'd W e('ii :it alij A\ Ii Itt li it sr Il dell It )ii iV%.1 I-it S Ili' sil. U ginia. T'he president or any ituem lnzcuty rn hiribpiidw atter c~eii.1~.itinit an hoilhu pii ~14- f'l ,hi Irt .%tlii i
ber of his party injured in the acci The end of the weebi Ili exiit'ctss tA) uiglit and tis mning the adikV atre In It t111 IlkIl t i tI rici(i t it t i. i ii~,I itiit t
sent ae the witadrawal of mnost of the toi li the shopit re-o (11t 5ii if( Ito'i issi it! -Il NtIll 0 1M iiloI 'ii ii 4
Details of the accident are nlot co forces under iiutgeon N'\'.i I D~r L,(lu sluaitl Of so hru lire scat. It''h' nsiIii~ ee t''e lit.t s t o,%4 NislitaI eI, i 1Wai?~te, Is to comsain hiere' Incletlilt El). t'rt (I aloriK hit streets and Ili tau wa I. lMoistili Is' Ili gi)l' hilli o~'i II. s&iu i I
plete, but immediately it ocurrod, aur Itopttt %k-od r EN-i eic .l- il lt w vilts fr 4,e I)
ry orders were received at Pilot Town part of toit press 11v ortrhii telth Ii s 1'isr t
where the revenue cutter Ivey was lY. One New Case at Natchez. m. n In si tfIhe (,I ack, guards i. ie diui4 lhar of Ihe'i i \Ism th' rn n'.s I'll, I 11 lilt
's'ss're tiiiuri'I'' no's 1111M I's al~. iIt to Ilt.IlIl 1 Il
In~g to proceed at once to the scene N -zhe. Mtll (ki 2ct. t 'srt y pirio l duty. Nevertbit-' I ll is'Viili st 15 is ieii it' Iils 9 5 11 s il.% (1114 l itt lie' lii
an s e te peie ta d hs p ry refugees mititrtiei this morning, Tfn tI;4' tnirtact's hs ru Is much t s. :iussa t hss uil 't. I fiU' ll 114 111 Iii s1silthilnj", tilki if 11.1
and aethe preiiint nd ns art still irt-iin tindet- treat instL. 'Ilus s'sii!Ittl, r have it-sad tOils lice-. A 6wani ss "'i -is i -si'i tritlitels sto(tIo
The Ivey passed P'ilot Town with Ill, ~ nvrew thise M tl h zinan, W a t he ci s ta ab rilledolu t h its lisegtit a liilt vs. 11i11t Is- i s'a h. 1, 11i. %Arch nt rs' kii. lilt, I ilt alrsl 4111 1 to' A 1 .u1S-i v president on hoar d at 8: 15 on her way reoteuhumorilatr i ity or exnie with Is alo s~mii I 's In it i icr, tils tipii Anud t'o ti isi,t tois Ii 14
to the W~eest Virginia. She was theu IE ENCDB EXPLOS'rM. thatt~l~C a priisoa itovelit-11 Atiot Whoeti leruiiglit liad, %Iesi 'i,pm alnlt i iIlts e n'tti'la ti'n a
within &a bowi and a half of reacaiLVSMNCD YEPOIN twun a os'lssiuinal BetrC-lui-n te "'' 118 il. tddli 14,' el- I\ )iL's.# fe~''ttsiu t.Val iitt' y )JePJtth 1411( tiI tis
1A eousrssd.FrmnBravely Fought and Subdued afraid it) venture out. hill liut nesti se's-Ii Iigtit M ila Ins r 54n1 tilta hiilq N 'f delt'sc t a ajirblwy so.lI."
7U fist nes of he acident Flames Amid Great Danger. ingii have been held during Llie Ilih. 114si~t tat 11nt' I halk1 rint -r' fus fit iny l its aarli artlrt) hatrlto eg4 c long
rtifted New Orleans by tealephotne at Nv'w York. Oct. L1. -An Momentary At a meeting of delegates frcM the islii lE' t t he hai '.ssrliit I'm l4 ilt aoll vearls tI lth. fte rtilld b r la early hour this morning, comlug danger of hooing killed or miairned b) prteeuiou uniots, cowniprsag docturs. it-isw rthltig b'lliof1 Th ,o.1 Nitirwit n Olt 7 poosiilt wit thii dufl b isit-d bynt .f the shaipei of &in apPeal for help fromn the frequent explosions, the! firemen druggists and lawyers. It liisi tlecid' 1,,l tn titi trsiar (ilier lly iil ofl tmy pstin a isn fbt iseninmula. I Captain Re, of the United Fruit cum.ogterythsmrig n f h dlPbrk~ rmOt S~ aon int Mo'tll-~ itte'aio Otis's snotrli of t tudnnrt pibnnutual r i12
~aysstae apra hihws worst fires for wooks and which -it- stitutsiM assembly is sul~oPo". froIJ 1,is JIIf. ttit liret whleirii' billtiii'.efl thi: W twivoifriL' have take106
vesse roftIted In collision with the s r y d the six-atory buildings A No. The latest dvice fo nt Uln k. 5154 W eli nt harkui &nil Iiine ced her is) "1'A I cafl l tilik It would 14o' climillicif .34Dta. osge oetiseep IS and No. 20 IDewh'ossets stret. occu. 111a1rAzoff. are disquieting. With a ry himt eaam. lih, a s :it sstn'~uo hsuplrao ~hrlw~sno
ClitsRm a*ndeal0exetpebythe ('Omwn Cordial and Mtract single exception newspapers of KieEf manl sillje Ill"' h sA" orwaeysllis that oir frte tmytu hor
s4hai the boats had struck each other.y an ohrsve declaritld In favor of a strike. micauttGio4nal lshpi- Nra tn rtv k yhls
%Wthe president was uninjured and company* isd o~thna~~a 20~~ lers.str lt ~ Atioul aeeplt an 1'.'O i iim to l~Is I iE of

-hmabsr an car mih na to takeoit the firemen were raising the ladders closesian that twn is wioltartl fRNKalANKlL IoAN &~t~;::rlsioI l:2hiiYmtro
-hm ary 3in hemoththe reports of~ the explosionrs lof the ticial light, and nop newspapers are alt Conductor on Street Car Shoots at a tug of 4:1ilist W1114e1i wslilI ole'rate to ,le ths river alcohol and spiritil stored in the build pearing. te 1"ratoff town (ittilned
Th. mnessage caltie from Nairn. IA. Ing % ere altuost voutotantly. basaoraised a comi'mttee ftn L4#C prie Ma but Bulle Wen:ts ot 'is lt !ic axlnp llm aii ls 'iintlit% srh14
'erWhich point t-he accident or-curred P've'ry few minliuti, a heavier explo. lecrion of it*" ci ens. The street
''lbis M.ksniia left here at 4:- 30 last sl4 4ie h esr faI~ici ~ ~ il~ 't~ughv -'a~ sIl tI- 'i.efI Alle a lls 'eltne M0Li I.Atihrtsirvi inie'nt st then,











6 ~~THE G*AINE81TIL SUN: OCTOBER 3041,19051___itfor to'p~ntine. Mr Prtiam hopLGL DERTSsN

NEWS FROM ALL liought other large ticto in (hat fee-LGLAVETSM NS
MASTER'S SALK
T!,- serff f a~ecoutyis nvll.11noler ard hv irtue of a decree of forcoPARTS OF FLORIDA T0~c~o a;cUDY~ ne-K N OF ALL i NI E T ur of mortgage inhde "n rendered o h
fii i.n i hoe unngt diea of an in A1~t A L idaN or _etenkoer. A 1). 1. by theHol
thabe J ,Eil. J udirci of te ri n
Enid Happenings From Varioriu dwy iiigt. It Is w~ il a n@a-arid for .X.." lit County. wherein J. H c
8ectione~~~~~~~~~ ofota StIe Dr~a nteIOIO hni agtlonald. A, X% Mel'Doualf! and L I. fMcoi. 1)ottr so n te hti whn i caught oi pmvs artners~ ti :oiri under the firmo name and tl
Section ofAUAW Stte C UE MF*Os t.,M .AT ofte M'( i boruld Lmber Com~pany. SYCCrl)
-;~~h Webte MOST SchoRolN EVENT or-b Henry Hurn'.eV Is cliimn'11t. I have levieduo
THE MOSTte IMPRT14 EVE14ThS and will el; at piibl Out crY. rA Ila sIe
giloiz-d~~~~~i al-e~ycu.Tesbet orida. where the 1*oterty Its situateo

Transpiring in "T1he Land of Flowers. for debate Friday evening wils: "Re. Mondayl' the leg al hofr ovbr A.D -tit
solved, Thht tile Negro Should be Put ing legal shei day. the fo~oWillg de!cie
Thng PoedDwn t ui tein Reser vation Like the hidian." The uI w H. P boiler.
Busy Reader- Items of Interst to tiffirrratife woO. I 12x %J Adatms~ engine.
All Clanikea M. A. Brown, recently appointed I swifei-d saw.
TtePi ti-t e'h iti'ltsit (tfltilla haim sheriffis ot al conrly, butt Who t i I b and sedaw.Mis
purchaie-I a one for the pastor. believed. Is ineligible beauu. al kind dre~t',d lumber. uk the tiroperty of h
Tituiill* havem no elasn- sis ttela fendarit. 1V.lDorman. to satafy and 1a
25-years' e mouh. haveA ot eetttd *" eihe wa said deo'ree. TeriniseN.
(j .Ma.ei~t. r-iirtin(fleI going to test teTl'. d dii of October, A. D. 19Mf. phone lrmn(!hlse int.Z ad~le g~rtocfle~eC. IR. L A YTO
A 28hinch lbo it ws caught at St. 11 ~pc~lMse nCa~t
Augustine .'ast Wed~u tisay. They are Court.
now in order-stories. As soon conditions will warrant NOTICE 01" MASTER'S SALE.
Mrolge iletbiha ar ferryUndr and hv virtue of a decree mud,
Th ebadAir Lin will *oon rendt'ie lo, t'he II inoriihle J. T. Wills.,i
ide ~ i~. ~ ""having a capacity of thirty ears whieh or the 'irr'uit ('ourt for the Ltighth Ju'
complete &he Col111,10etii betweerj Maii- will have Ceomdtos o ae(ircuit of irila, in ando for A lachua(CL alewillnhave aceomoonatrons fo passen.L in chanverN sjtltir. on the 5th day of Sete
atean rdetw, emai wihwilm-ete rpbe Iwas nw laidwih rheumaijtuW writes her, A. 1). V46~'. in it certain cause penir
Several of the "blind tiger" iIIIoI (in e eyW ri aaa fnnt Rd.C.Nud,IowavilI SedgwickCo.,Kamas, "goingadeutwrinArwJolIsC
wawwmat Keal aos n aan fnntrit and John S. A iher and Garrett s. n. trial In the Bradford county eitat nautical miles in from foot to Hive I was iaduodto palsp Lnmnw" sSeilMwtri hncr nsi
Starke have pleaded ymilty. hotirs. cured me air I three50 boege. IT ISTHIS will offer for- sul.' and sell to the height d.
Thefla an oytle buines a Cear GR~ iiLDF I V= SUD ha re-hest bidder. foi- e'ah. at piublia outc~
Th fshad ymc bsies t e lr Joi"B 1rown, the desperado who C ATI RVUhJ Dhaec-Mmndla). Noveniuhr'rdth. A. 1). 1906. the 4 .
eioISd~ ft to a auma oilaso. all bxrs eing leiral ikrle datydurinjr the lejralbhu
Key is now booming, arid large ship- killed Hastie Graham at Cotton Plans teohe l"bela beaitd 16y u now= oiewafrnlftlecuthuskora
trento are being insde daily. several weeks ago, anid for whose cap. WlthboUt~be n a01 abet efo r ille. Alaclwit county. Florida, the folo
,, od. an abet i'roe ageleves, vurt'is or tract.' of land, situate.I i
The United Coiift'deqaie Veteransfi of tore the Governor has offered a reward delKU.10 bwo h hmi.' mun twlng in the oountv of Atachua 151 t
w~~ of Fiot ila. and described a4 follows towlv
-f.Lake CJity have chosen delegstes to the of one hundred dollario, has been sr. 7M S M : 255c 5f AM $1.o0t half (,, of the Northwemt~
ruina itrpNovembtr 1t. rested by Jeff alid H'arris Blackbuirn, terA~ 04 (o Secio Slxteon (I. Towc~
feujijoiBA LAR aNO ifli,1h.' uLN M.ivu T CO Nine ii'l. South of Hange Twenty-Two
nd oo y tem ured verto hea'st. together Am lth all the tenements.he Ttnv maini rosidenee arid husinels go@- &T. was by 1*e tAr.e overieit tot thertnine to It U.
tion of St. P'etersburg will have Iptved sheriff of the county Wednesday. longing or in anyW wis' aiipt'rtainti.
streets. Mail or rick will be ustd. They are telling a joke on Ifr. Stil Ma~.
The supreme coort lit thle Edwoird Young, who went to Jacksonville last;ODA O MDD* 'TEl) 3IAIN
Alvare'z colie has demanded that he be, Friday, to the effect that lie Pent a adn AMIDe at Dansvle myN)TEFO l.1CA
held pending investigation of conduct, telegram telling Mrs. Young that he W.M 3O0 1T SOMT2 C3ai13ae8'-i_ Ie Lili l e r at. u aintifi
had gotten left anid would not be horn 'e .'rhvgien that in oa
Gadoiden county tobacco grws untile nex day.h Th% enk isa Iha how.
until~~~~~ netdy h oeI hth iti e i'r..' i.ons of the Act of Conrs
are putting its fine a grade, tn the June 3. P-.- eniudA c o h
telegiralm was sent at2:90p. in., where- til~he Uflhn1L inAth~ J .I".etiled at Cfor tele
Imalrket as can be tiraddced any where. Th letjh sefou eileo ga gn Ne %ar liOle m States ~ro Caifrnia
The auie-sped valtuation.sit~nui as the train does not leave uukii 2:40. exl'InVh1Fi W hike al th uh land state.syA
'o ~las-Brunson Tinnes-Derrocrat. IEtbied,.of ust 4 S-2JhnI~tateof borla a
county foot it[ this ymar to $4,896,842,1 Establtsled Ieuno n atis Stte ol Vwor tti'
aninreseovr au yarofnerl'The Elks (if Jacksonville will give a -____l ~ ir t ll(ta, of this e swr '4Kta '
$1100,000. geun oit icsletttitOLD SHIARPE W~ILLIAMSSe 'oaid N%!. of Nw14 of Prectlon NobIi
To ihi -No I I S. Ranize No. 13R. and vlol'
Boln ieni ont aeanwwhen some of the old timer. will ap- Pure flne old rye. By the gallon $3.00 Prtoo to show that the land souti mor
pewlin Iren ihe soona toer hale be the Four full quarts $3 50.) tiuahle for it.. thiuer or stone than frari
and op-to'doite hotel built of brick and redoubtable Johnny JLowlow as cliown, E 1XPlRESS PREID eut1a i ur'o.sek. urid to est~abh bi la t
flitted up with the most approvor-d fur. th ay oesal idr hemii dia 1cene rime and Re.
nishings. 114E0. J. COlEMAN (111V ." as Dectmber. e 0aie05n.str
Thur monangei from the- tFeurinipa Pure Pennsoylvania Rye. Rich anid Jtohnr 1. lioguns,''' J. Goodwin, James A ii
at h O o ranges fra g om t Fu lgrover act by the champion tiquestrian of the Mellow. By the gmlon $2.75. Fou r tr. all of Old1 'ro% t. mu.
atOaladOrng cunyhaebeen universe As is the custom with all A t, and l %Ir] i-#rn' olairrilngi adversti
I full quarto $8 (A). il, 'se'riuilaw.'N are reitueti t o l
shipped dirtet to the ownier of the 'cirilus cumpaslf. a grand coIVICTL will EXPRESS FR E 1)A 11) 'h ilain)Ni'In thriN ofliee on or before saN?7i
IL gro~ve in Eugland. follow. 11 rDvnie ils
Cogesa ;n lr iloitANVIL RYE_______ ___ongraessan nk Cls ar wilconty Cures Winter Cough. Pure substantial family Whiskey. By -N"TW'lt1': Etltl'l'ILICATION.
property. Our busy Coiigrr'snan is, J. E. 'oer 10 A -o*-* Mai $290et theES PREF'A $2) 50 ou ul ad tlflice Fit (ainesvllie.
of the right sort and will surely suo. Ottawa, Kan., writes: "Every fall it $290.--- -R------- NPie I hereID Oienthbet it 191lare
has beeu my wife's trouble to catch a CLIFFO)RD RYE U till the lirotnis ot the Act of COENgrm
Junie:4.Pu. entitled 'Anl Act for thesaeo
The St. Atugustine Rifles team again so verq cold, and therefore to cough all ODKNU TCRNBy the gallon $2 25. Four ftill quarto timber lands in the S~tates of Callforni. re
winter long. Last fall 110ot her a bot- LDK TU Y ON$2.85. EXPRESS PREPAID ifoll. Wv'vada- sod washinoton Territoy" w
won the Tallaferro trophy at the eon. tle of Horehound Syrup. Sho used it DI rect from bonded warehouse, fine -______________-extended to all the iutblic land states b c
test at Camp llroward, scoring 807 OLDe PONTR LUtyRN of Auitchu.a1 Thotate To a
poits ad adon susttue n hand has been able to sleep souundly all and olid. By the gallon 13.00. OLWOITRdLe.1RNo A ustV o. ltiehomas SAe Tof I~o
pontan adoe ustttei teRihand mellow. Byteglo 25.huu this dlay tild in thist office hNs swor tat
team, night long. Whenever the cough trou- Four full quarts $8,50. Rc Four foillB thea alo $2~ 90[ent Nso 311. for tile t'uroha-'e of the o
quats$2m0 Nwe4 W Section No. W.~in Township) No.i .
bles her, two or three doses stop the EXPRESS PREPAID EXPRES8 PREPAID) Hanbe No. ii E. an~d will offer proof %,
Judge Gordon of Tampa hike eased cough, and she is able to be up and ~that ttd' land 4(,ubrbt I., cuore valuablefo ra
up on some (if the gamblers in that well." 2ba, 50c and $1. Sold by W. M. We handle all the Ieedinq brands of Rye and Bourboon Whiskieis in the mar- andi tA) etatilizh his. claim to 'said isad bfr city, lettitig them off tin $1(0 fines, Johnson. ket and will save you from Zto 60 pr cent on your purchases. Send for price itegi-ter andi Reve i %e r am t yWnesvije Il..o
lis ad ctao~. Fo ponapliatin.S~urd~ar, the 'Ztrd mli of lievemtr~r. it'. when het could have pojijied it to them litadctlgeIre pnapiinle name". a111 'A Itrit'.,' F; A. OnsLee. U
-**-& am'waaan a ..aavAii *i~IE inifinnM rn ntveeeh. Johno(useer, ja--- I'Otenar









THlE G}AINESVIL~LE SUN: OCTOBER 'o, 1906



PERSONS GEO. S., HACKER &SON' 1,NE DL.e MILES
Ii kNtVAcITLTKKIv 'IF Wife of Former Congr..m G v os
$1.000000O to Establish Sk cl
SH IN FLAMES; P Ilci 1!mlnt.PIi


otel at L~t1A Rock, v). t ii ~ il

1 urns to Lround. ER Of Whc. h olijet. will. triv 0

ES HAVE BEEN FOUND. of 1cnt a i pici h n
tl c I iL. N, -, 'riugia N'
~~~~~~iW'i tj loa .iOO 1h
Have Not Been Thoroughly
and It Is Believed More t~tbuil t ~.a~b~gthe Pactific *.:1..
ta M rba ', C l. In2 dditi( thkWill Be Found-Lemp Ex- and Building iMaterial nllivtrsiy. Mrs. Joy propos. a
ploelon Supposed To Be Cause. li.-Ah it tiociologwal colony N
CHARLES.TO)N. ft. 6 cienf( of lit(and the laws, andl
Hat Springs, Ark., oe(. 27.-SlxDrMie'A ildo a
bodies have been taken from the rui eh Wahe AAirs)4n- n t ,o aothe v
,fa railroad hotel located at the cor- "M PWU&~UJU i~IWLt l aan is." %lad Mrs. .~to C ure H ~readache'

'4hich was gutted by fire early today. t) ~ ~ ~ o o i ,t lv tet il %ritag aoth ra triultN toAlmnost instait1v' and1( leave nlo We
'f1 these two unidentified are charred G _~.-. .mj s s 111111ol iua and body-wl
Effects. They also relieve eve~ot
,, yond recogiton. The dead wre: erhA,~ID~W trained. ('41h In conjan' )! 7 Nurhri
Hiry Bradley, a waiter. E. M. HAJM M Protriet tlhe ii hr wid not the sacrifice pain, Ne .. gi, Rhieumatic Pain, F3&
1,] ward Snayder, porter. -- -by igionix I 1w t hur, as nlu% 1iaav atica, Biwkaeho, St onach ache,,&
M~rs. Mack, a musician. WILL GO TO LIVE OAK. 1)pr ii tI"'aiiis, Paivs from injury, .~aig
A. L. Mann, railroad conductor, beon-Mn, idieto, izn
I e\od to be from Deaver, Colo. J. 0. LaFayntisee Will be City Editor of d I T4K SAE!E.Nonc1xls, andigleesneaa.
Two unknown men. I New Morning Paper There.
The ruins have not yet been thor-1 Operatives and Mill Ownersa 'Ati Corn
otzgbly searched, and there may be Jerom 0 8 Lat ouday e arie ini t promised at Fall River.
ottatr bod1is In tCiem. I iyyetra f rri~edk hr Fall [(air. Miass., Oct. 2., \1 t hi.
Thle hutel is a two-story frame build. civysedyfrmveOk h r mortict hencr a at rilk 't inote
hag.c-ntaiing hiry ~msall but lie has been for the past two or th re ai .~ tl'O)rt
one of which wag occupied by from days. (,d in 7:, mills InI this city. s. ti vtr
one to four people. Mr. 1,&Foratisee has arranged for the tamu, al hi- HI alt In was Idtlla>
The ho.AA was patronized by Inval. publication of a daily edition of The clearved by the action of tia t, iuf
1i18 and cripples, who were under tret.tI Suwannee Democrat, which has al- turvrs' lt-ssociatura and the tmak to mient l ways been one of the best arnd most night is brighte-r t han at an) i ic
Tfl.ilre Is believed to have been progressive weekly publication n the tho waertt o as e..
caused ray an explosion of a lamp. State, anid on Tulemlay moning, No- fri~aat. A II PaIn I
There was only one narrow exit. that Ivember 7th, The D)aily Democrat will Me~etings of the various toi :t woIrk being a stairway, and dozens were'be launched. ers' unions hikti been called ,i tngtN erve P ain
conalwlled to jump from the second Mr. 11aFontisee, who has had thi- ad to 1Ake* action onl thu quept i-iit atie ani uetoflo n tano
story in many Instances in their nligat 'vantage of bra.oraisi xei In ul te ctton fatoiva-i-iliPanssuetfolw nytri ee
brod ounaistb).pri on the Mfat i t ,h a Influence upon the nerVes. It may be ms6
clothes. Out nian. F'red Owerson, of ence, is one of the bost and most, ener- byluaaHr fteMnf r sover-exertioln,, heat, intense mental effort.
Hot Springs. was probably fatally Ii. rgetie writers ina the State, atad it is 84)eiititon. latv this af.* o An diilestaon, or any cause that depresiseso
Jured. Need less to figure tho ptople of l,ive evcr at eormaittt'e ntirrut.. ijiig jilt, agitates the nerves. SO sens1it are thb
Tile lo.is to the building wais mall Oak that they W ill have one of the beet Uniufacitttrors hvld a conf, ticr Ath least pressure or strain causeesmulerag
and anlouatd to only $21,500. dailies in Florida. the conmIttee from tho t, c~m Ing, sU~treifbln an relieawo
The___- niniatiese;i h Miles' Anti- Pain Paill ei dpie .
MIr. laFontisre will remain here to- flu Thau~(tles ~rse iiey are sold by druugeU,~
TAFT NOT PLANNING TO RUN. Idy and tomorrow wall proceed to hope that A comprOmise 1111411 114 guarante that the first bxw h w
dayrvached and riqiiested that tia. urakn- refunded. Never sold lit blk. *'
Rpre thtPeetSretrofiHawthorn with his wife to spet] a few not take action on the 1ias' er of cal' 46ILWI MEDICAL CO.,=6%111
RepotedthatPreentSecrtar dayss with her relatiitis. Judge and in tl. eoe etMi.a t
War Is Not Presidential Candidate. I ro. Stringfellow. In ark. birfore nextW Mi'la u~ij;4
Washington, Ockt. Z7.-The Post Tbsrii-twan-l, ,%n x
said today that Secretary of Wair Tall FIRST MONTH'S WORK plilnid, III orde-r that the, rinufavnii PP_________________________________Is not plannIng to enter the campaign ('ER 3124 th,' E)Iiratives, thi,'ottl the-ir
for the presidency, has no Intention Of the University High School Was I,,,IM :IN fill ii ith t ia
of doing st0, is content with kis seat in Closed Friday Afternoon. N'Old rvncew H AL S B UM&C.
the cabinet and incans to stay there Us The first month's work of the Uni. C H A R LESis BLUMot Con0 69 et o --IIAIIt4I
long as the preisideqL desires it. wilbiiyHg colwscow rdy Wleua 1.S on% ols@o
Such Is the substance of an an.,vriyHg coo a lsdFia brin a town without iao stealth' exro.
nucmnmdbyhr etrawith very encouraging socees,hobeing Upto a fow dayw. arno there was miur YVhe ia '
and whlob will tend topta -sitems nceflo ny preceding black man Ion the t..wu, but hr- cotild /IWhiskiesw W ines
temporarily. at least, the talk of his year, same period,.o e r ae foaeadhdt
being a candidate for the presidency. ,Prof. T. F. Me~eath, principal of leave iird lsgast.an Liu r
Ser&yTaft lit quoted as follows: tie high school department, reports an ________________ V I V i iu r
"I have no intention of resigningienrollment In this department of one --m Nos 511-519
from the cabinet to make a campaign hundred and twerity-five, and th" re- "9W!tL~SRET
I have no intention %iiaatf-Ver of ask1 i table. Prof. Mclleath. however, re- 0l~vc. ,,raj 0. 1 1 feya nag a cariapalgni ffur thie office of the, ports that this department is entirely 111is-lb hu in tha ISIe fhal JACKSONVILLE,
cation's chlef execttiie. too erowdoed, and more roogniIs toadl IT (%Jt*L
a l hatfled it ath nmy prt~ecnt, needed It has tw-it suggtiest I that FLORIunDA,
Plaeso a1nd shall tw pie-a..swd to remain the county purchase. thew Metminary







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THEOus1 nBER 30, 1905

GAINE8VILLE NOT A BUSINESS WAY. lop about 12, and kno-dried abadage DAILY AT LIVE OAK. you do not allow there to eda as O.
about 7 gallons. Ordinary gap elabs -e a time and to eat Itdownaese.
Every now and then somebody starts will yield abous 5 gallons to the erd. The last isiue ,)f The Suwannee If they bite the crown out, whiob foma discussion as to whether the Post- So 00 eqa see easily enough tha one 'Demorast, published at Live Oak, con* just above the ground, it will kill i.- a Sat re6DeeemberSt.1sas GineerinePis. offoe Department is run in a business- of thee outfit. is worth atleastL$,000 Sains the following announcement: Florida Fruit and Truck Grower.
S*O*-c 1 metier, asse Act of Con like way. Itean besettled'i half a yearto ay sawmillman intheBase. "Beginning with Tuesday, Novemavows of Xsob 8. 11tfflaGS nth.ie Begnig ihTedaNvm
minute by a simple statement. The ber 7th, The Sowann-e Democrat will THE STATE UNIVERSITY.
Published Every Wessy and Thursday postoffee is not busine*l* beaune IN THE RIGHT TIME. begin the pobliest n of a daily morn- T
Atit refu knowingly to lend itself to ing paper. Define to arrangements for Now tht the edustional ae f
at Oslaesde, Florlds fraud, although the fraud offers it ev. The London Financial News, writing the new publieation have been mdehe
2. B. McOREARY. Editor and Publ'r. enue. A gentleman wishes, let us say, of the Investigation of the life ineur- upon a sale and after a plan which fortunate on the part o f le 04? to to start the boldest and most rans- Anee companies, says that She chief will Insore to this section of the State enter into a legal controversy ever the parent kind of a get-rieb-quick swin- result of the investigation, thus far, Is a daily paper in keeping with the de- matter, as it is said her elisas pros:die, promise avestors ten per cent ato aow &bat "graft permea high welopment and progress of Live Oak. pose doing. It Il well enough so TUae Twlee4-Week How Sl a year; six month, or any other return that his faaseial circles quite as generally s f Every department will be carefully compete for the seat of the University,
sha, 80s.; single copie, o. Oeoberses fancy may dictate; or, for does the lowest clan of politdeal elr. and comprehensively covered, and the but it is quite another matter to try to
Aeveualsuo RATUs: a modest consideration, he proposes to ales." It goes on to say that "it is greatest enterprise and care will be compel the State to come so terms.
LeaO advertisements, 15 cents a life sell Iefallible tips on stocks or horse probably a safe assertot that every I eZerelsed in covering the local news The entire State has a kindly teellng
foW th first and 10 cents for each addi races; or he desires to market at ten large financial institution In New York Geld. The Daily Democrat will pursue for Lake City in her defeat in the eonMesal laertion. eents a shares mining stock that he will would show the same amount of graft the same policy it has followed in its test, and her people ought to seek to,
DisIled adveri sements for tres. redeem at fifty cents a share a month if so o~cial Legislative committee efforts to assist in the growth and hold that regard. A4 a law, the Bookfurnished upon appleation. hence. He has no difficulty whatever could be appointed to Investigate, wish business, and industrial development nan plan is a gond one, quite aside
Marriage and Death notices inserted in discovering some bik that will so the same power as that now looking of Live Oak and Suwannee county. from the location of the University,
free. Obituaries, S cents a line. eept his account, nor in finding some into insurance affairs; and In the ease The new daily is to be under the same and it ij to be hoped for the peace ap$
---- moral newspaper that will irint his of railroads and similar corporations management as The Weekly Democrat, prosperity of the educational laterestsOus OLumaase Lirr. advertisements, the entire situation Is honeycombed the only acquisition to the staff being of the State that strife will sease.--Orthe Sun and the Thrloe-a-Week Banks with every appearance of re- with graft."' Mr. J. 0. LaFontisee, formerly city land Reporter.
(N.Y.) World one ear.....$1 spectability have been known to lend These are strong words to appear in editor of The Florida Times.Union, -
Weey S onate A ta m ear. 1 75 themselves as refereness to the gross- one of the leading fnasslal public. who is to have charge of the news de- 0oing to the fact that they will The Sun ad the Atlanta (Ga.) eat of frauds. There are not manY tions of Ectrope, says The Wall Street partment of the daily and who ia to have other trm to complete, the Or.
Semi-Weekl Journal one year. 1 80 newspapers in the columns of which Journal. Such a foreign view as this give his best efforts toward making have onrrs o delete, the ot
The Sn and the Semi-Weekly you will not find advertisementswhich of the administration of American cor. The Daily Democrat the beat daily pa- beoab Congressiontl delegation will not
Times-Union one year........1 0 even a detective would know to be porahions is most unpleaes to eon* per In the State outside of Jackson- bes ab)e to mere third terms in Con'We will not accept stamps of a swindles. The lottery business was template. If entertained generally in yIle and the other larger cities of gres the oning seaiou. Only one
srgedenamination than 2eents. carried on through thrifty express business circles In Europe, it would Florida. Mr. [tFontisee has had ex- representative i4 able to get away.
--- -- companies long after the (Jovernment have a depressing effect upon the tensive experience in fields of this T tatw
had shot it out of the mails. It made standing of American securities and character, and is known as onie of the State. Sate life insurenne is the rmedy for a great stir when somebody pointed credit abroad, were is not for the on- most progressive and ent. rprising Those who are looking for a Dmrte present evil.-Lev Times-Dem-out that an important part ofthe rev- disputed fact of the enormous pro. newspaper men in the State. erratic victory in the rural distrials of enue of the telegraph companies came perity of American hrlees. The graft "The Daily I)**mocrat is to h* Ohio. will took in vain. The Wester
Sir Thomas Lipton will try for the from Illegal pool-rooms and bucket in oar corporations, even though it launched by its founders with a full, liervp will never change, no more
Amerisa's cap in 1907. It pays to ad- shops. Iut that was business. Only may have goiie as far as The London degree of confidence that it will meet than Buck-4 county, Pa., where they
verie when the swindle comes to the Pot- Financial News. has not gone so far with cordial as well as material sup- still vote for Hickory Jackeon.
--- office does it run against an Institution as to unnettle the founhations and dis- port from the people of Live Oak and
Auto drivers who speed on the pub- that will not accept Its money and as- turb the solvency of our business insti. Suwsannee county." k man who relies at Emporium,
le streets of Miami will be arrested. slit in the thleving. Perhaps Congress tuitions. This fact it is necesary to Our sister city is one of the Paost A man wore epig torium,
They ought to be. should Invenigate this -Saturday reiterate time and again because is is wide-awake in the State. and the daisyI hi, chicken coop. When thieves tried
Evening Post, the saving clause of the situation. The will no doubt e given a hearty roost li squawked
The Panama canal is now set down to graft has been disclosed just in the port. cr. of 0. nes depart ake her oMrner, and the thuie'."s gow
be completed in St years. That is UNPARALLELED PLUNDER. right time. is well known to the peole of Gainest-, frightened and fii. tg
what the consulting engineersays. "Why all this hllabaloo about life HOMESEEKER COMING. ville, where he passed many years and
insurance extravagance and corrup- served The Sun as city editor, in The Pp. ma ('anal Comr asion has
I you want to grow I tieablto in tion. Every policy has been paid upon Wilbur McCoy, agricultural and im. which capacity he proved himself one appoints preot agent at $5,000 a
wt canefuloattentn thifrost sctiidon maturity, whether by death or other- migration agent of the Atlantic Coast of the best and most pers stpt work- year. so they have been at work By f l attention the frost can do wise, and will continue to be paid. Line Railway Company, returned yes. era, possessing marked sr'ility in that very lotg. will be w1lluin to pay little nr no damage. What more can be asked?" Is the tri. terday from an extensive visit through line. He has won his spurs by dint of several tign hot for a g, oi press
umphant declarations of the life io. the Northwest, says The Times-Union. tireless labor in the line of work in ceii r. In Tusien, Al the platform from surance managers that have been While in that section Mr. McOoy which he has been engaged. and we
whlek Prosident lovlt addrwd found out aid are now on thogrill. distributed about 10000 circulars, ad. assure the people of Live Oak that liaroudel been disrcovered in
the eltisens of that place was valued vertising the cheap horeseekers' rates they have one of the ablest newspaper Kentucky. I y he the sparkle of
at $80,000. Wing made of bales of cot. A statement better celeulated to ex- to Florida, via the Coast Line, which men in the State at the head of The the "mountain -.w
____.__ has already brought several hundred illy Demoorat.
The. cannott be conceived. After equander- settlers to the State. May success attend the efforts of the NorWE uP API'ICATION FOR TAX
Th yellow fever may be the means ig millions of dollars upon poliicals. "I am positive." said Mr. McCoy, new enterprise is the hearty wish of 180 tNID:R io.TION (F r1HA1PpTER
of bringing more people to this see- favorite and pets; in buying political "that on November 14, when our see. The Sun. 4< LA WS IranIPA
ties than ever, as many will not go to pulls from- easy-virtued United States ond homesehers' excursion is run to - tIve k hereto dinen itin .t iu
*** New Orleans for that reason, although Senators and other public offcials; in Florids, we will brin several hundred ALFALFA. iureiaer of Tax frerwat No iirts. to
Florid@, e will bIDX severl hundre ALFLFA A.ch~e of Taxu ceto t No nM.a ss&W
these to so danger. corrupting Legisolatures; in ootribn. 1h) r th d a) of J ubI A. 1) 1 -w, file &x"Wsl
settler,. The eyes of many prominent cerudeate in iu ,mre# mii hits made appa.
77- cing by the hundreds of thousand The sowing of alfalfa has taken hold ion for tax ded to bfu ain hasrdtkne whitI
farer ar trne twar F od, Ia use rtitcte1 embnrac-e% the roua w.
Etbdollars to the corruption funds of at and I have ben assured that many of the popular mind in the South, Rt arnted prol ati I,, Alachus eou
November 7. They are Maryland, least one political party; in extrava- will settle here, last. We receive many inquiries by "Lo t e g : 1 R :n o se r
asacse tts New Jerey, Ohio, prmnow of management unparalleled in mail about the planting of this valu* The A IA"t I'ceig ean the daLe t
- P huennylaia, Niow eseyr, lOhina "itr nhndeso hu Upon the arrival (if the second ex- th k%,ist ()Iit vertitvaie in the nam.f
]Pennsylvania, Rthod* Islane thl financial history; in hundreds of thou. v ireon I am going to make an effort able prop and many personal Inquiries Htennir 1. arm* 4 4p amr Carolina atid Virginia. and pt Into the nds of servants t several of the most prominent sswe travel around attending the ile%, t" t I te OlW! t"-e tihnsere w
and no soeounting ever asked for; and members of the party to visit the State farmers' institutes; so we do not think I tie i it4rr A. 1) IasN The Chione- are still in harl inch after all thpe. and more, to have hon- lair at Tamps, so that they an get a we can write about it too often, in h h t r e reat .-I
Even the parents bestowed on the deds of millions of 'surplus" left to fair idea of what Florida raises.", view of it. value as a food for all amoe>.. e r un n
Presideassldaughter are subject to be used in the scheme invented by The Industrial Edition of The W~e do not advise any one to begin a.-the same duty as the cannon crackers "frenaied finance" to pilander policy Oiinvolls laily Sut, will be on had a large seale, but do advise all so plans Vrw(E It is now known that those Japa-tes* nsoney left to pay all death hosws and orest u ony twl aeTeel oeo nta eod o see inerb ,tiven USt Iro Morper,
annuities as they mature, Is equivalent kestou uny It ilhaetheroeg isa cork n hi h respnsr- Puresne atr erttne'ste No .uo.datd h saval ofteers who got away with $166.- tligpichodrinhemstmuch of interest in ite page regarding thruhcenwr adhg au-5h day of Jult. AD 124 000 were partly educated in the United to wayin pole thatr i the have the products of Alsehus county. Ta en like alfalfa. To seaure a gooli 01 U 'n,-e annd he. made at~altoste States. Had they boe graduate the berual aspossibye taanghey hav will tw' a moat favorable time for ou stand yeu must have fine tilth, sad to dsecornae ea. the fo,"un r\dseaw would have born mech greater. wnrbe si yasn fbi pol opti odfrAahs mak* it grow ahead of the weeds and 7 I'I"CI ")t"'aied ini Aachus county,
gands If potter holders had bten w- ames he Setoyar, ttilnheaoowerds fos sAlmachr i.n.
Thee retho sa dsof eo leto qhe g ired to pay only the legitimate ex- desi'rs t d get ape l atd loate her e a flrvs hold io the soil, it reguiree lb. the muane ofau-\ / Pn~qlwa. te nae
Threar touans f erul I tepenses of conducting the ife insurance -.erat quantity of highly ammonisated of riTw cefa. xli toraegmde
Norh ha wul soe o loid t business all thowe squandered milliose -nenow. Stable manure and cotton ('oress to l** t*= dee *i014-=* thereoneo
reside it they only knew of the and the gigantic and predatory o*ur-. FLORIDA LOYALTY e*d are the best; in asence <9th the With day, "rnf a Novem e anD SIA h
abundant resotures of this State. teedaT mt Nmet barntr And) i el hi
plu" wuldtosa he oebs f ptteso goano at rate of six hundred It,' P'th dai of ''Oiuer A ri tIW6 Thy ae n ta ha al teled holdd.* The whole masn consosuues aif P'rx'ident Roosevelt came to pounds to the aere broadeast. If your i'.: Va ireul t'.. A0,b Co. ra
under water. a wchee* uof plunder oniparallelret landstI to si whether the people were land is defieient in vegetable atter or

It Ie soxttid that the theerrl .te - iad the eadnmenth haleumest humus. you can use the 'aitro fixing NCYner no 'i APit' iN Yu' TAx
smably of lows will twaked thus win. NEW TURPENTINE PROCESS. have hewn moro than sael*ed with the baotrts.' but in rich land this is on- ti.l t'I'orq '?T s on AIU
ser to pass a bill requiring life Ineor. -- patriotIsma manifeted. But he could oee*ary Tenygodwe can ee Nours io swert, eCtt1JHma
aes etmpanies so make a distribution In speaking of she plate for the cs* haefudot-ete aietb fti bacteria, .e to help secure a -purchaser tr ax fe, nat #'o tm~ at
of profit topolicy-holders ntle** traction of turpentine fr-om ginue wasthuae fone wh had tre vea ietted stad in depleted lands. To sum up rud omn 'or* -eite made le-' ~ than one In five years. and also a tillt Mr. S. It. Rotns of The Jacksonville Florids, foe th're is no deaying tbe ooselsely. break your lad deep, put fteas ada se in wearsee
requirtag the investment i oa of a Timetsa says that the two plants statementn that the people of ab tt on your anaere broadcast, t1'en har- a eet isortd 3 beo~
owhain pars of the reo*ipts fr-c o a recently pat io by the P'ure Whit* Tar' are asnear to the lag as ay in the mw Iedt sa mohada u as '""* ** it T is 1a
policy-holdeus. ;'nin* Ospay as l.i** uhk ha'*t'io an **s tek.ien s*w your seed, from Th anand heiras as ma-d at the dateo
proven a oepine sue***s Iti speak- lied the Pr-*(d**t been in Floruaset 1S pounds per ase and roll the t"'."*""'.**a*thamea It Isereported that t he Ieormati ani- en what ease of these plase. sa do, Juyh ol aesurtees well. This will nearly always s*** aae freaas uai to reseemed
en laItxerh' of JulreheoueaM have starouse 0 s t at sd tu
haasedor, who is expeced to arrive as it as seed that a plant that can handle bee hapl upie o ettelSr ou a god tan. < sotof vo*ener~t nsa
Washiuugion sown. wall seek to oqwn fh.) ene'ds of fat lighiwooud a day will chilee *hag ilyea thriiedl e" "The $o i Septembwr for fall or so Febt. OW a of tb erp ~ t L **l h formal negotiatii o kwag t' a comn. easily tess not I8 tbarrels. or ?ini gal- altar 4paglet Baner" ad teproary or March for sperin (ut it .. ,, H IEtGERg
mereial treatytbetween Germaany and lone, ofterpeadton123hoer* ts a esherpeatrtwsoege. The people tnyae is binms..no matter ~4.ur A ~hence' 'a
She United State This is regarded en..rvatlive estteat* that turpeatise Flerida are ertaty a teysl as any often. Many lose their stad by eH. --nR 'v~ Art~ii FiMTr
at Waebastgoa as as lesad.ai that is worth $8.510. wise toa meek a ye and they are tesit sli who eeen tag isto go3 te end You ean Cos f **11 urH L'x:*tt %IA2T,' r Oemasy apprewates she iiceostg of ean jurodta hy gates te the woods tostide whsh thee fear o fiv* times a year. ad the often. ** t1.4' we or ruern
* ~ Smeag a more comelliatory attitude, aid btximg standing timber *ith a or the greaser yield you **I gem if N'- ** t* *w,, runba jEaia
teeae 'hee ecountry. force of 130 men, so sy nothing @f th. We Hers he Meie 0** yee d@ n** got a good *sad let it rm- ad w ed tuasae~~ al
seams re aliad. Bty this p owes ar-. res-- m ea ad naet seao o dish with a cut. so am **ms *** as easme. as eto
Jeaesile to to have a Keey Ii. sit tdenastadly the***** to arrived as Ma Mdue~ mapii d Ne away hereew. rese and roll again,sad *4w *it m *
etitet $Dr the eare of aset, duma, ear. by employing eay I0 sens Any sawsheuhrthedse.Myr ell Ikee ea aksheh etad perfect /t s a
phs sad Jaseaies stagr hait if ao mil that **** g0.510 ftwt of leetwr a tea whil a dow'4 he the se*** esthe skin all sab* vonge sira %e' ***e "~, a e- aer
week segggay on tha Jamnaueae. day. ean tby esng see of thee* plaisetemah tp** be he bat will vIa epeab e all Fabgrof.wli sat e of~ ob ** a he~
ti~ hese wti he a sage earolloent f rome ;arlace tee** its w**** as mas ee te- Tle. agp Prt Setims ay* a th**
thts gesc. The Kwey tr'eanat ao 5***ta*e a ea MMe s -ee ** of eope s..2Wls tks hyo Twrh .a
thbestlath. easdand ma-an, otheee weeds wish a ferveo0f) Aeoryehaeke. h -ateal*Ib.. Alba.they star ofaffaothe as' ase
la s.Sweg, desten, and men no men The pre us et ** .4 LAtob a ct al ae in ee lsh k re M uua tew. H e eu say o a slf -h a, ~ I J mes.i
to~ hig etaming. a thank the KEele gsrwis up'on the ema*etal Fastt the te**Msaagu seemnan tt & M P** 6** ree cas Sars hegs on -egaet Se saving them from a ight woodw.1 ivetrabose 1lb met hesomtteedb tsease .eesofepethby pessinretn~a ssheirme so or~A.K a g a a g av. t Iwrpetine to the uend Ostimar pine Ntew Ye th see ones. Te e m e pae catl pe ip s sheI t news car..






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THE GAINEVTSVIT 8UN: OCTOBER 30, 1905 5


COTTON GROWERS THE YELLOW FEVER. NEWS FR AL
SOnly a Few New Cases at Pensacola
HOLDING STAPE and New Organs. PARTS OF FLORIDA $ l9. 8
Pensaeola, October 28 -Three deaths
and three new as" is the noon record.
NtWithatanding a Short Crop, The weather continues ecol and a low Brid Happenings rn Various FO R E I H TD A V S
Buyers Paying But Little. record is looked for tonight. The sit- Setjou d State.
nation as a wholi ie encou raging.
THE PLANTERS WILL COMBINE Pensacola again showed nine new
THEPLANTERSWILLCOMBINE eaves for the twenty-four hours ending THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS
Will C at 6 o'clock last night and two deaths.
WlCome Together in Alachua Next transpiring in "oThe Land of Flowers."
Thursday for Purpose of Forming a The work of the famigating corps is Thing i "Ted of oweis.
Trsday fruos of Formin a progressing nicely. Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the
Protective Associetion Georga and At New Orleans. Busy Reader- -Iterns of Interest to
Florida Will be Represented. New OrleansOctober 28.-Less than All Classes.
Notwithstanding the fact that the thirty eases of yellow fever are now Jacksouville is to have a tfie 10-story
production of cotton in the long staple under treatment in this city, and most office building.
or Sea Island bell is reported to be of them are mild. Today on" new case The County Teachers' A.s'iation at one-third short this season, it is also a was reported up to noon, with one Crystal River will be hell Dvcember
fact that prices are lower for the ste. death. Yesterday there were two new 2d, 10.
ple than for several years. This con. eases and four deaths. Total number
edition of affairs should no& exist, and of esss, 8,384; total numberof deaths, base p her
the stcareity of cotton should have a 444.fae casthyavnoit-wer
oysters 3an be ate.
tendency to increase rather than dec e herice INJUNCTION WAS DISSOLVED. Italians are being employed in large
It is intimated that the buyers have Case of Seaboard Air Line vs. South- numbers on the Key War extension
combined in an agreement on price, er Bell Has Been DIsmissed, of the East Coast railway.
although no one will venture to au. The fiebing season on the East Coast
thenticate the statement. One gen- ce an artie the or two re has taken a number of men from their
tleman from Alachus stated Saturday gently an article to the effect that the work, making labor scare# Seaboard Air Line had caused to be
that a great deal of the cotton in that injunction against the An effort will be made at Jacksonsection it being held for better prices, ville to have the "green gr ivr." keep
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraphthisorslsdonunty
and as a rule those holding the same their stores closed on Sundays
hav th adanage intht tey reCompany, restraining that company
have the advantage, in that they are from crossing the plaintiff's tracks with The ladies of the Publit- Improve.

decide to p sy the prices asked. In the its lines at Starke. ment Assoistion of DLant will raise
majority of cases the only growers Attorney Evans Haile, who repre. funds by giving eatertainnwniis.
selling are those who are under con. sented the Southern Bell Company in The city council of St Augustine tract. the premises, stated Saturday that the will have the map of that city touched
injunction had been dis-olved and the up a little It was made in 1798. I There has been ginned at A lpchus so,
far this season about 1,100 bales, case dismissed. Mayor Bliss of Pensaeola says that
against 1,400 for the same period last $3,000 more will be required to relieve
year. The highest prise paid so far WILL HAVE NEW HOME. the distress of that city caused by yelhi s ear. t ihst s ri, w aids fa low fever.
this seso, it is said, was eighteen Golden Rule Bottling Works Will Soon ow ro
.,,Onts, and the buyers have offered as Occupy New Building. The fall crop of wedding th roughout
w as fifteen cents per pound the State promise to be very large.
The long staple growers of Georgia The Golden Rule Hottling Works will Monticello and Ormond hmre had two
and Floi ida expect to hold a meeting soon occupy a new home, a building swell affairs the past week
in Alachus on Thursday, November 2, now being reacted for them on West McIntosh oranges are ripening, the when a protective association will Union street, between berden and truckers are working at their crops.
formed. The growers realize that the l'ieasant. and generally prosperity arnd new
time has come when they must com- This frm is on of the lats enter- boarding houses have struck the town. WE 11A\E OTlERS. W ITE VS
bine, if they espact to entitinue th prisesof Gaineerile, but i's success --------- \' -T ..I
has been remarkable. The works are James F. Usilagher ha. been miss. oltivation of cotton to any financial located at present on East Market ing from his home, 1212 I tan Ashley I I I
a street. street, Jacksonville, for o.v'r a week
MR. ORR IS PLEASED. T. W Nins io manager of the tirm. lie was a dock laborer for the Clyde

Thinks Gainesville andUsinesville Peo- Death of a Good Man. A negro woman at Hampton gave GAINESVILLE. FLA.
pe Are "To the Good." Robert Henson of Hawthorn, eighty birth to triplets a few day* Ago-when
M. Judson Orr and family, who re- years of age and one of the most wide- the old man looked on th-rn arid oxceoly arrived in the city froin New- ly known and highly respected cit. claimed: "Lawd a mssy lid any
burg, W. Va., are- temionrarily located izens of the Fast End, died at his git, away?"
so 400 West Mechanic street, where home on Thursday and was buried on D)ow C. Keigan, who was found
they will remain until Mr. Orr can se Friday. iluilty of murder In the first degree at
sur poo of the Prp ,t reet Deeae wa a v.'.e a of th. Cii Ne C:ty for th kilin of H- ;a.U A L IT Y P R IC E t
ly purchased, known as the Graham War, having served the Confederate Norman, has a bad reputation. He Read and Profit
place, on the rook road, opposite the eause faithfully aid efficiently. He was driven out of Georgias.
State Univerity grounds was a member of the Methodist ehareh, Owen E. Imoadholts is once mire a TOP IfImh .
Mr. Orr is very much impressd with and possessed of a generous, Christian free man, having paid the fine of $.x) 00t001
Gainesville and its people, and good. character. lie has been a resident of *od $20.88 costs Thursday, whilh was C*ritand $90 to $r
naturedly expresses himself that they Hawthorn for nearly half a century, Imposed upon him by Judge Samuel T Troy 0A to $11 fieldabere
are "to the good He was here for a and his demise is regretted by a large Shalor of Jaeksonvill. during the
short time last winter, and was so well circle of friends. September term of court, he hating (elembene $040 to t I0 Jewell
pleased that he purchased property. been. convicted of an agravated as- ks s 51 teeth**tal SaN'
"I have traveled considerably throoth. In the Mayor's Court. *uls, though charged with the killings kSs e$1 se
out the country," he remarked Satur- John Me~ray. Rex Ross and Rich- of Mise May Brown. February lasth of Breehway $7's to $104 Sll
day. "I have visited many towns and ard Roberson, who were arrested by tis ea UMM $46d57 1 SO
cities, sod if I dlid nut believe Gaines- Masbal Pinkosoa upon a charge of Edward Lamb, found gulty of the Mealed $6t $100 Eagbr gas
wylle, from every staedpoint. was aboot disorderly eoodoet-fighting-Fridaym deof. ) endyws tn e darere $70
the beet I have seen. I would on have wer arragned to the mayor's coo ridmayd rmorn in h **dy, as ad.. Hake d .~
my family here now. Maturday morning. A fier weighiag town. This is the fires o~uell hangs*~ ~ L
Mr. Orr is a prominent man politi- the evidence,. Moray was fined $20 Mahgththa oeildln h essuPayry S6.
ally, and f or years was chairman of sad eoets, while Roes and Rutbesonsieitorauio Th 3uia
a the Repohlican executive commiste were discharged .uidasotimafel. scnh u.
f his cut Seadinor obbi dedt aVur osing profane and ar > v an ad was wissegsed by steet two hun- The Stronest Line of CEver Offered for Sale
Kiagwood. W. V'a .devotes over hal fa Bard W sad co*(e. t drdpople.ma Itwas fee eearylslf hi ec~
solomn, ano in hat portion whieh willtodothwatw*bereh weO i$ l)il $Cg,
be of interest to the people of this see- eve for Leading Meb.fomlypsondde.
tioaesp Otelaatl o Oc. 3 -- sese. J. W. Knight ad (. Wt lire. ly of
"M. Judsnnlrr and faiyof New- thsal suit the- e-*No or' the lyageiag of rtn Dreasd s ud e asome.syr.t whoeblebt i
borg left Kingwood onSunday even- Hillam Thnarker. an Plemsasbers ridlag Wedfesd aflgterno s.*oedge he ef ha in i
leg for Terra Atas, where they remais* Ky la 190~ ~a a Alda the. federal e ih*otalgtrt b deo

ednatil Monday, when the, departed coar of f'siston >***rJay by Mrs swamp, In water twoee or hree fees g a eoae tn ie
ever th* RA r or (Gainmeevile, Flor- .Mary Thakier h* wiow o to dep. They Sed at t with a shot
stwhifteeoe*ins (l**4*g (ordon and other clhi gos, mad apperetly kie itb.trilui assortment is
**Mr. Orr was down there ists win- se** of P'emmsaubrs fo S~o da whoe hey eeght is try she sno. oh, t
seesad wesesowell ple***d with the age for mobbag her husband, who im), yesbsoeld hae. ***a lithMaowse he9 COnstrFUC- va ried ... any
go s ooth hashe parehasedproIper. had belatted Msr thsillas of the eased Aanether wrell dhPs'etedshe t' fp bg coor
pepl ndprp o gnt.ue4 alleaate ar e't th e*re able to drag is so s. eI** RUng gO S.zp i ~
*h*** a-* anst he s. '
PARK ST OC K CO MPAN Y **4* @7 Th** tht want ap Find tel*r of Pter,
Sarageent ese bewee the an Ne Tat. Get 38 IA oble diea
This COay onM ond ay. i et the *pepen here stat thaa
W.as..eeks n a... -,. .. .... v.... ....... *i 1'- -iri fre Na e 8 W ge8ms
*Wbig piesed the people en well when Prese 91 J u 8M e h t~a sa urlt e
hie as Fetireary. will opes a w**k's least Oreve e* Aeft her age'* ~ u.u~
eese as Medy sight Is Nerah Ps7 et"...."".... ofEve
spekn e us omnpeop The F"a. r- I eess a se*ra naa -t ** *****I ***5* Eve

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Y___ THE (+AINEILL SUN: OCTOBER 30.14-115


DOOERS WILL WORK. I v 1$50,000 BONDS _____________* FOR THE CONVENTION / ers HAVEBEEN SOLO

Wants the Southern Baptifsts to Educational Bonds Recently Vo.
Meet in Florida Next Year. Take cold easily? Throat ted Broght Good Price.A
tender? Lungs weak? Any T o VI~~ i
A MAM~~O~H ORGANIZA~hON relatives have consumption? LOA BNK PUC SE
M~mkoH ORANIZTION Then a cough means it grear OA AK UCHSDCS
Membership RersnsEryScinh r m y Were Taken by First National Bank
of Sotithern States, and Comprises C hr yand H. F. Dutton & Co., Who Paid The Kind You Have Always Boughtio and which han born
8,000-Meeting to be Held in Jack- e a 101 1 2 for $26,000 Each-Money in use for over 30 years, has borne the si;gnatue 4t
sonvlieToda. fr Stte nivesit. ~and h"s been made under his pm.
srie Ta. P e h coal tak tte UOO educiona bods. sonal supervision since Its inlnAW&
Frlw rida ail un deal toyu olwyu h 8,0 dcainlbnsr-t -fZ46 Ailow no one to deceive you in thiS.
Re.S oeoppo fteFrt doctor's adie n ak etly voted by the city of (Iainesviile AUCutretImitations and "6Just.as.good" wre buz*
Baptist Chureh of this City, PX"t to Aes Ctehens, pectortl. It hive been sold, th~e purchase-r, being Rxperiments that trifle with and endanger the helth Of make his departure for Jacksonville 7"als 1 born yes prevent Aors the First Natioual Bank of GIainesville- Jats &a Children-Experience against ExperiEnt.
this mnorniig, where he has been main- Iwy#m"i "dt cosWN I arnd th" banking house of H. F'. [)utIiJ1.,t In~n~n w so ina s."
mndto nir a comlmitte~e apotd x, .K Sao.siu. Web. San & Co., thesij firms taking $26,(M~
from the. Sfatf- for the' purpole of sat- 16111.,9-I .,it- J." TmM.. each. W hait i ATR
eating the next sesiion of the Soth- for The bonds brought 101j, and are Clgoi s & h m fs su ti tef rC to U ON9
torni Baptisi Cot~vention. This conven- pay able in tn wnyadtit
Sincompris 8.o ecgstes, ropIre. W ea Lungs5~a years, s prvie in the ordinance. gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. it,
seztiiog every section of the South, and Eom k. Baird, J S. BW>diford. and C contains neither Opium, Morphine nor either NarcoUQ
vieans a great deal financially to the orsP1 nrs n ciiy Matl.ehon oompo~ud the board who substance. Its age Is Its giuirantee.ItdsrsWo
seculon In which the meeting Is held, NW@r and thus aid recovery, floated the boijdo and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
insmruch as It Is not a charitable prof-)- These bonds will be used for tdiwa. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures ConstipatI@U
osition, the delegates paying their own! QUEER FREAK OF NATURE. tioual purposes only, and the purpose and Flatuency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
way. I is to devote the f'iiedo toward. the Unt. fltoawh and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloopt
"There is iio reasoni why this Conen'nGrounod Sank In Alachua, Making Per. Versity of Florida, The Children's Panacea,-The Mother's Friend.
tion could not and should nit lie held fect Well Fifty Feet Deep. *
in Florida," remarked Air. logersl It hap long Iveen a matter (if history, Saved Hiw Life. CANNamUINm ATR A A W Y
who esat the head of the wotk of the th. peculiar formation of the soil in J. W. Davenport, Wij1izo, Ky 'MwritIeAL AY
SotenAssociin in this State. orriii oection,11 Of the State, partlcu. June 14, 1902: "1 want to tell you 1 BenteSintr of
"At the last convention it was decided larly in omne loestions in Alaerhua believe Ballard'oo Snow Liniment saved Rea"atthe
not to hold a meeting in future at any county, which results sometimes of the mny life. I was under the treatment, of Wont where au auditorium insufficient depression of the earth In a dimension two doctors, and they told me one of for accommodstnjg the convention, ranging in a few feet to sv-eral hun. my lungs was entirely gone, and the would be furnished. This Is apparent.: d red feet. Many demonstrations of other badly affected. I also had a lump ly a difficult proposition, as a building'this character hiuv been made, in a on my side. I don't think that I could capable of accommod ati til eight thou. few ititances ili t-arth Ninking to a have lived over two months longer. I
rathe expnsive hutwe donot distOne of tw ot hnredn feme nwlnmn.''efrtapiato JL d Y ula o A 1a sB u h
and people looks upon Its fNee to be dsacoftohnrdet.wats induced by a f riend to try Ballard's Thd Yo Ra eI W U B u t
a fine structure. All we want is an euliaritirs occurred in Alachua recent- Rave me great, relief; two fifty cent In Use For Over 30 Years
auditorium sufficient for ou r denmando, ly, when the earth suddenly sank, bottloe cured tnoc sound and well. Jt is W141111IT11TVam*ONs w"11M
and a buildulg of rough b ,ardu, so long making a depre'siun about fifty feet a wonderful mo'd iine and I recommend as ItIs omfortable and properly or. deep and five feet In diameter at the It to suffering humanityy" gold by W.
rasnged, will suit our needs. It would -top, gradually deminishing to sbout 211 Johnson.
pay Jacksonville, (laineb7illpo or any three feet at the bottom. The sink____________________________________other city, to oreat a rough building of ICreated a great deal of interest In AIR- NUTILETO.
this kiwi for the distinction and titian- ehu% at the time, many peole visiting The Sun's Many Friends Will be Pleast.
oal bneft that would sarue." the scene-, but now it is a "thing of the dWtI.
Mr. Roge belie'ves that the heat past," and no attention is paid to it. TemayfinsfTeSuadthANO CEET FTH
Southern convention will be he-ld In The supersitious darky, of whieh Tw nn red fTeSn n h NONEETO H
Jseksonvillos, as he feels that the pro. Alachua has its share, declares that entire populace of Alachua county grossive eltlsena of that city will couzip the place I@ heonilvd, anid that It is the will beo pleased with our Industrial So the ressue with the funds for tho work of His Slatanic Majesty. fhey Edsution whcNobeinth The ilre.
*reetion of theo proper buildlag. have been heard to rvmark that allfriseonNv br1t.Th ls U
-. & -kinds of strangeic and mysterloss noise tratod features will be of interest to LDE AE
THE MINISTERIAL SOCIETY, are heard at dismal hours In the early al n t eadn lcu os
morulig, but no white persep has ever ty will st forth its rpmeurcee In their House Tuesday IEvening. -. we have here in both soil and climate.

In eamplianoe with the call pub. Astonishing Incident. The business men of (lainieevile have P AOC U
lieited In The Son, the Ministerial As- It was, to all ber friends, an aston. taken imbo Interest in the work, by
sociation convenued at the court hueishing incident that Mrs. 1. It. Hunt of way o detiiX n eapeit
Taoseday eveningi for the purpose of Lime Ridge. Wis., was eared of her the public spirit rnanitoosted A card"J~tem
* forming or urirgling a chart; branch dreadful siktness. "Doctors," she In this publication will oome before' Ihhroduucing aN. Advertising th e w
of the asametitoin. writes, "had fiiven me up, friends thousands of readers. so if you have
The meeting was called tw ordoor by were ready to bid me Shoo la4t farewell; teen overlook,-I 61 our solicitor, comeB te
Rev l'ho. 11 hlay, chairman of thep clouds of despair darkened my horizov, to The Sun oft'e and we will arrange, Scale $400 Ludden i ae
swoiation, when Itrv. S. 11 igoo-rs of a rnd I was a wreck onn the shores of des-: to live you spal'" in its coluits touI
the~~~~ IitBpit(hnh h a t -dny hnIbgs otk lc r desirous iof publicity.the Firstpist th scn. wiha&I- andey liv r n Iompla in t o te stosh a lmp toa- fe 11111












THE GAINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER 309 190 5 3


EVLETAE !mudugoAftDONN'IE DOINGS, I FIRST A COLD
ESYILLE TRAD Sad Death-School Matters and AAbU
Nibl h Ibe I A) Other Local News.Ij ~ f f f j THEN CATARRH

RAPIDLY GR WIGoiubl r.o thoiiid opened this morning urld.'r th a- A coll in the heftd iq. a ctrnion ailmenT E O S M TO

Tity Carloada of 'Wire Fencing a 1~ &i~~ ll,,ii it ,)I, liltN arettmet Of Wiley Tilo-ii, Kni N u i rl'ipolr'~ ~ ttr It often grows *tuhhxtv it i ;rotractqd, the
\.Igor :1 1k t rftil- Becky Rutl.dlit -two as tit teachers Illolntnli~rhhri igo h oibint.i uIai ert
Shipped to One Firm. l"' s so-i disapwar lda fitlth, mihic-00w mittcr wii abworbed< by tile Nt1- 1 i soion pro.
,when tlic 1, 6t~ "ie\sre 81 th(4 coutity 5aff 1@: I we trot du1ce'. th.l t (I til i'.tlL hsca" Cttarrh. Then follow tiLle I icasat synipout of or li or dis- that they will lbe 5hJCCC'- il ill their, tolls of h ,n( aId t u VOLUME OF BUSINESS GREAT e~ased. good work. I igm 1'.ill tho vars, hei iiihe I ha~d Oatarnh for twelve years and
_______ Kulnitr o k as jTis~ on of *~ Cafred 6"m with hoeatichem, nose
b.e. isnon of It t, 0rewts j)or apietile, iumiits' dropping liak atopp*4 up la 5~p~oor, fet ttired an4
Whelesal MarketWhich Spplies b.M ~ ~cotton buyers ouf our set!,n, 14 doing & into tile thr '.t, mint fi, fi-of g n. 1w~aG~ato or rao
thatit s llt 111coil-u t w s e a d a t
Large and Prosperous Country, mnon for adi-Ii It be fine trade ini the pinting t),i t.. erliteitp, 1. 11~ m ~t 1 a n. aws per~ ha aony t ye
ich is Bs~g Constanty Enlargedhornt afluittot \\itlI J 01. ('Mfttefl is doing a k try itie btisi- becontes more hcav'ii'. ltct vvitt wellmn aey~~~~~~mtr
aca kn~~. i henPss in the mercantile lint- sid hap a th)w;ioou civin, and if tile b~sttreatme~nt i1be lf aty 'ar Future. C trouble 3DWAl. ?,AL
Extended-Oainesville'5 Fuu h lilh uri nates too often, if the uroiti scalils offl ,~wutmul is allowed to nin onl the loings No184Mn tEaal.,I.
the flesht, or if, when the childl rvtihs all beom discasedi fromt tie constant
w people realize the imnmente age wilet, it Ishould be able to control the goods. ("all and swe bim passage ofpoilsoned blood~ tholiruthrili, ini(l then Catarrh terminates in thoe nsise carried no by many firms of pas.SAge, It Is vet afflicted i lh1 bedI-wt. Cotton is down and rN,,r) 1) Aly that most dreaded andu fattal (if all doiseases, (ouisitimption I'he only way to get
esrl I wh ar i th whlesletiuig, itepieitlu'pori it, tliecau'e of tehh.has not Poid feels sick ov' r it, S the rid of Catarrh jkI imantitt v. it to cArse tile blood, 'iitil S. S. S. is the ideal
(.iainesvillo4 can safely boost ofL~\isktievtobe Ci' he ri e is very low. relit.eilv for thi'i pnu ;sxise. It sooin clears the
step 5110(1 he towards the treatuineut rc
of the leading houses of the thee iniportaiitorgans. Thi'. unpic.i~it At the hornsoflMr. anti Ntro J. 1) mvsteii of all illipitiit ics, ptres the blood of all
interrsetielns h tronie is doei to a vliseaseil cionliti' iii of W Ikrrson, Oct. 21,the m 2.'l(if dleat h Catan hlal niatterau 1-ls ~,m's, and effectually
areoand mill supply business bt- the kitlne'sawul bladlder anid not to it esmeit knoc1in at-91s (-e door d511(1n anrd farinla aogi tm alit an I:. ost people s1nIIMse. cam knckn at th*orPo bie O reaching disrikvw. S S S. keclps tile blood in
ive slt idea of the volume of 11ble \.,til Lidney and bladilcr trollble, little biaby girl, Lola. Its rvimains PURELY VEGETABLE. perfect onrilr so tlim C-itamu I I can itot rtmain; and
it may be mentioned that aiv Ixotl need thle saine gi it rkinol wrNad or. nYls eeey adcre fth ~.v ~ as this p~ure hc'nltlv Holisi goes to every inook
and ~ ~ ~ ~ wr latidssti it) restgtiii Intu invgoratetery. I
re omanyreenly rdre at'~ueniilul antI, the itiitieia~te ehet-t o 'mi aie n ~ l n ti cnroi 1 the uiwav okthe enmevt iorniialti il amu invoat e and
me thity caloads(of W.S wanP- Root Is sxm real izeqd Iti,mh MullIIV.lt~ ih ifriton.-tCtiadmd
tim tiry crlad ofwe'1 triigyist!-. in fiftv- in extending sympathy in thoir tsad icid 8di fret Sy w r mc c CO., ATEANTAA.
This item alone iA rof ctIlt andi olle-4loIhir hour of bereavement. __________________________________________portionn, byt when 's is con- Siz'e bottles. Yon itily
that this is only on, branch f. ha\ve a ".tili1le bottle Full of Tragic Meaning
incs, it may ready he noted 1) -mail free. also a 100fano011. Are these lines from .1 I11 81 molis wholsal hosep(ifUaira.pamphlet telling all about Swanip-RooI. hn wa igthv
wholesale ouses of G Ins including many of the tbliul~nd of te'.ti. of Casey, .Thnwatmgtae Securing their share of their niouiial letters received front .mttfcrt-rs resulted from his terrible eough if he ORO E
cured. Ili writing IDr. Kilimer '& Co. hT o ae h iimn b u Iiii~hnioti N.Y. Iwse awl mtenttion a o aknteilhm bu
his volume of business Ojould th! ppr oi isiau usae which he rts"Ihdafiflcoh
surprising. (3'inesville is lo-. but renictilwr tilt nateStiui-Rot that disturbed my night's rest. I tried
vi-niently for the trade, the Dr. Kilmier's SwoItup-Root. aot tile ad- everything, buit nothing would relieve In a1vtrisn it conivtlo~ yoiit ,YOUtg to
favorable, slid the firms dI dress, Binihaniton, N. Y., oil every it, until I took Dr. King's New Disoov- n
oleaosle balsiness are sufficient.? bottle. ______________ Pry for consumption. Coughs and colds, h1ave, a haKnk ziccount, andt tbat ti Ilt Womit ~hud be
provided from afinancialsPtand- which completely cared tit-" Instant- ktp In TIS B -N~k. WVo otr AI1SOIXTE SAFE4TY
purchase in large quantities, A PECULIAR FORMATION. ly rvlieves and permanently cures all
ring loseprics. Ganeavllelthroat and lung diseases, prevents, grip tu ou1r dlTepsutors. to rehping cloe odics toinvll While Drilling a Well at Windsor Pipe and pneumonia. At all druggists; ts o are sh i es good thein and Drill Were Lost. guaranteed ; 50a and $1.m.i Trial botcovered justly belongs to this Gleorge' Ilyles of Wit door. a progres. l frei. -Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
*rything being equal. It is, Siore merchant1 of that town, wasl Till- LAND OFFICE 1BUSY. Now Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR-PROOF
that the extension ,f the I to? to this city Thursday. Mr. hlyles SAFE. with our Officears Bonded, wihFr n uga
ilia and Guilf Hailwey from! relates an intervstinq story of a well Numerous People Visited This City onwihFr fu M5U
south to Tatmpa will open up~ whiah was be-ing driven by E. Jr. Fink- Public Land Business Wednesday. Insurance, your money and valuable papers are safe
rritory, the trade of which will flea, near Windsor recently, lie states Th eadfrpbi~ oeu-with us.
y come here. When this ter. that Mr. Fiiiklf-a, who was anxious for meat lands seems to b,. steadty. slid
opened new housties will be el. a water supply for irrigation purposes, each month many homeete-ads are be. ~J~ P R CE T iietdPHiIoiTm
here, which will make drove the well to a distance of about lng taken tip by new sott tIfro, anid il.F U EotT ltettMi )iTm
ille one of the leadivg w~o~e. 11AX feet, whrii in one night this piping Pro who have' been lit ll, State (ti im Dteposts.
St* of the State. sauk and has never been recovered. enough to apprediste w )hit ro-ally goodx1
Title is Also growing front a A drill was played again in tile well, land may be secured thv-'ugh tilt (ty- RAT rAT(ITT
aturing staud point, slid in all when the same was loi-t and all efforts erment, homestead act. T h AK of AA CU
oprcts for the fiture are at recovery have twen unsuccessful. Among those- who waere hre Wtedite's_ ------ -This Is evidence that the formation of 'day to enter honeeleF and make. Aglac hua ,, ]Florida.
er places in Alachua county and this AlIontbrook, Lee 1'. frowler of Itronison, often frustrated by sudden break. section of the State, Is of credit, and Is and James Welch and Jusepih I., l'iop
dawn1IN due to dyspepela or Itonstipa. undermnibed. The well in question up Of Ittell. Thee" gentlemen arte d..
Beace up and take Dr. King's$ to the time* of the divappearmnee of eirousof showing the possibilities of P R [ J M I T
Life Pills. They takeout the ma. the pipe geev a prolific supply, the the GJovernment soil, and Itave gjour toOF

which are elogging your ener- water eomingt to within twenty fett of work in earnest. It goes without say- f
and give you a new start. Cure the surface. The well is now perfectly Ing that they will make- a @tpsu.I
aohe and dizziness too At Oll dry, ad it iss been impossible to find I
stores; 25. guaranteed. a sounding in the two-inch hole which A Card.E[ h W I [ & L OR C
was the original drilling. This is to oertify that all droggists THE~ fiKAT NOUTH'l M~ AIL OEPI-111 NOU0KL
Some Sasonale Adice. re uthorized Wo refund y0our money ---
C, u ffl L hD he y ar t yin e s s uppb l y ofvce Cha "-aio m -i .2 fro a -ld. 1u. -_i~ t - - -_ 'W
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.2THE G*AIN4ESVILLE SUJN: OCTOBER 30. r-4'57=


ROGERS WILL WORK$500BOD


FOR THE CONVENTION rsHAVE-BEEN SOLD

Wants the Southern Baptists to Educational Bonds Recently Vo. WW T~
Meet in Florida Next Year. jTake cold easily? Throat ted Brought Good Price. muw
A MA AOH RGNZjN relatives have consumption? LCL BA S PUC SE

'N Then a cough means a great
Membership Represents Every Section C h e rry?~ Were Taken by First National Bank
of Southern States, and Comprises L 7and H. F. Dutton & Co., Who Paid The Kind You Have Always Bought,, and which haa beem
8.000-Meeting to be Held in Jack- .~4 101 12 for $26,000 Each-Money in us* for over 30) years, has borne thle Signature at
sonville Today. P e to a for. Stt Unvesiy an hm bee fornerhs
Fro Fida '.l~dy uci.deal to you. Follow your Sttsnoest.n6. .w ad hsu be evsn sa i n de his i puilili
Frm. Frda' laly.t' the doti'ravieanttk The $50,000 educational bonds ro. I sA L lo oona eiif to ice o Itsh isle
Re. kuva ator of dooFist A r's C dvherr Pcad t Gently voted by the city of (lainesvilh. A.1 Counterfeits, Imitations and, .just~ag-good "ame but
Baptist Church oef this city. elpoicts to Ae'Chry ecol. I h,, Allow nold one tohsr deeieiounnthg
make his de'irtire for Jacksoncvill heals, strengthens, prevents, the Firet Natol an of pu ae E~perients that trifle with and endanger the health 01'
-re Vi a btnsgr- 0 t ye I have dewio on. Aye's an Firs atkionl Bank of 1-1.nF. Dlle fnat." and Ch.Udren-Experienfce against ExperlimenflL this mornincw. whhe hasiroo for~ Sam.gh wi v (flU d'. I n h akn oueo I .Dt
noned to invet a (cJmmittee appointed 9" .A oi&N aie M to n A Co., sheiie firms taking $25,Xx
from the S$ate for the purpose of se-' of.5Sea. .1 C. ATUsR(o.. each.
Gating the next m.esion of the South- 6ws for it The bonds brought 1011,,~ and Are W hat is C A ST O R IA
ern IBalaigi Cotvecc.,on. This conven- I7 T uig payable in ten, twenty 1 ind thirty ftintorla in a harmless substitute for Castor oil, Pame.
tion comprises 8,000 delegates, reitC. W eakbIZ LouI ngi years, as provided in the ordinance, gore, Drops and Soothing Syruips. It 1.- Pleasant. it
sontitig every section of the South. and E. Baird, j S. Bodiford. and C contains neither Opium, Morphinet nor Eilier Narcoti*
meas aaret dal lnaefmly o t e srifll Incres, the activity o Matleson compom~c(1 the board voho substance. Its ago is its g1tarant4ee. It destroys WorM
section Ii which the meeting is held, I kw anfhsadleoey oated the bonds. and allays Feverishness. It cures IDiarrlnea and Wind
inasmuch so is is not a charitable prop. --- Theme bon~ds will be used for tdrcc'a- Colc. It relieves Teething Troubles~, (ii.C4 Cons~tipation
oision, the deleates jeayirigteron UERFEKO AUE tioual purposes only, arid the pvfp4e),e and Flatulency. It assimilates thle. Foim4H1, regulates the
wa-. is to devote the fuiaw toward. the urn. Stonmh and Bowelsi, giving healthy andl natural 81lee0o
I ~~~Ground Sahe in Alachua, MankingT Pehr'.Fid
"There Is no0 reotof why th i concven- Sai lcua aigPr versity of Florida,.h hlrnaPnc~rTeAute' ret
tion could not and should not be held fect Well Fifty Feet Deep.
In Florida," remarked Air. Bogers)1 It hR# long tr'en a matter oef history, Saved His Life. C N I E ( A I P AA W Y
who is at the head of the wotk of the the' peculiar forinottion of the' molil in J. W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky., writes, 4EU N ATR A A W Y
Souitern Association in this State, cerinitc 1110C6014 of the Stage, partico. Juuce 14, 191)2: 1.1 went to tell you 1 Bears the Signature of
"At the last convention It %as decided lany in Poine locations ine Alachua believe Ballard'si Snow Liniment saved
inot to hold a meeting In future at saycounty, which results sometimes of the my life. I was uInder the treatmuentof point where no auditorium insufficient depreabiee (if the earth iii a dimension two doctors, and they told me one of for aceoommodaturg lte convention, raging in a few fret to s-veral hun. my lunge was entirely gone, arid the would be- furnished. This Is apparent.- d red feet. Many demonstrations of other badly affected. I also had a lump
ly a difficult proposition, as at building 'this character h-tore hvesn made, In a on my side. I don't think that I could i.e.I
apablo of accomuoilati ril eight thou-! few icebtances Iho. earth stacking to a have lived over two months longer. I n
sand people look@ uponc its fave to be distance of two heundred foot. was induced by a friend to try B~allard's Th110 YOU uv AI A B gh
rather expensive. But we do not wish O lne of Ilice moot recent of these pv. Snow liniment. Th'e first application In Ue Fr Oe 0 Yars
auditorium sufficient for our denwside, ly, wheit the earth suddenly sanck, bottles cured me sound acid well. It is "a0111" ewn Voay 111119r e 0 0V
and a builitg of rough U )ards, so long making at dripre-sinc About fifty te-et a wonderful medicine and I recommend as it Is comfortable and properly sr- diiep and five' feet In diameter at the It to suffering humanity." Soold by W.
ranged, will suit our needse. it would trip, gradually dermlrishitig to about M. Johnsori.
pay Jlacksonville, Glainesville, or aicy Ithree- feet At the bottom. Tho Pink________________________________________other clty, to i'rcct a rough building uf icreaited a great deal of interest in Ala- NUTALEIO.
J this kind for tler dlotinaction and finan. ehuat at the I time, mrany peoplov visiting The 'gum's Many Friends Will be Pleas-,
elal benefit that would saruec." theoo scene, but now it im a "thing of the dWt t
Mr. Rogers boliavea that the reit past,' and no atttention i* paid to It. T ANO CE NTO TH
Sooher cnvetio wll e hldin hesupets itious darky, of whir h e many friends (if The Sun and the Jacsonile, o e f-es tat he pr. lacushas Its share, declares that entire populace oef Alachua county
JaosovilI asl he feelse what the InoduAtrihu
areiseivo8see oftaciywl colup, the place Is haunted. acnd that it is thewilb eadwthornutilI
to the reue with the funds fur tho e wrork of File Satanic Majesty. They Editiou, which Is now being prepiaredV sroistilon of the proper building, have been heard to remark that ILl1 for issue on November 16th. The ilus.- A
-- -- - inso tailadmysrsDle trated features will be of interest to LDE AE
THE MINISTERIAL 6OCISTY. are heard at dismal hours In the early al n at eadn lcu on
-morning, but no white perosm has ever ty will set forth its rveurcee4 in theirt
-,. 4testlng Meeting Held mil then Court admitted that such was the $se roe light, and show to the world what
House Tuesday Evening. .- -we have here In both soil arid climate.
Is complianoe with the call puab Astonishing Incident. The busimese men of (lainesevilie have P AOC U
lieshed In The S~un. the Ministerisil As- It was, to all her friends, am aston- taken mush lintertest in the work by snalstloo eonvipmed at the ouirt house fishing incident that Mrs. 1. It. Hunt of wyoadetigsdweapcI
Tuesday evening for tho purposes of! Dime Ridge.ft Wi. was eured of her the public spirit manifested A card;ath
formiteg ortorganizingta charitLg branch dreadful sicknies. "Doctors," she In this publicatione will r'oire before, Intrd.ung and Ad~veruisin th No
of the ssosiation, writes. "had givain tme up; friends thousands of reader, so if you have j~v~.su u
The rcretaag wa caled e orer y wee redy o hi meliceleeSfarwellbee overlooked by our solicitor, comp
Rev. 'Thos. P' Ilay. chairniant of the clouds of despair darkened my horizon, toal T40e Luddn el' aBawtelsarag
aeseelationr. u lien ltvva. S. It Rogers ref: arid I was a wreck nit thev short-s oif des- t14) give you sp~ein its colunlics if you;
She First 11aptist ('lerh, whoj has al. ;cdory. whien I begaum to take Fler- are desirous ref publicity.











---THE G*AINESVILLE SUN: OCTOBER 30., 1905 3

DONNIE DOINGS.
NESYILLE TRADE 'Won~ us Wel u len Are A a eU-co~Mtesad A FIRST A COLD

RAPIDLY GROWING~s~i by CATARRH HE CTAR
_Bkaj Trouble. Ii)ni. oct 06.-Cher,% ho A oIinte)vali x oiin inet THEN CONSUMPTION
Kidney. trouble prvNut ill tho titni1 opened thiot morning unil tit 4. i f ll iti t. lfililalnei T'aryCarloads of 'Wine Fencing,* Ii 'iCouragu u Stl o 1LS%4iitill h t 'l 1: aze nient 01 Wiley Tillri, ill Nd'Iisti hutt it itr !v \ r st-1, tliv, It ttftcn growq atuixi mt oi jtracttd, the \iso i i ~ ~ it'l.- w a tlre ui 1 rlvrii it ilinott f thello~i wt itI i'icrt
ShppedtoOn Firm. 0 its tho ei(14t a.1ds:1 "e irn-4it a fitiv'~. uIlilit. .11. Inttri I t H~ii1 ahstrloed by thet 1,- ind0 soon pro.
OIL~~~~~~jI~~il,1 o'.ii N, s a .'e u i a o d .I w I r i Iu c ; t liat CI>11 i~ as C aeril Then folow the u il" a sent sy rup .
-out of border or tljs. that ttt-y Will be 511IV-!t d lit thei r tolusi of -It ,, ;Ii1 :110 pt'ig
VOLUME OF BUSINESS GREAT easel. goiA work.il0' asIhdCtrhfotwveooksan
________ ilteto'i h1 R. L. Tin, one of rt, wdet )A4w rItgiii c, lll int; callM, lit, lac :Itoppd np a~tfrtws @ ~ and
__________ tiii~ has %inu offeredd asona with he-st-lachea, nose $
IeCtnIle '0 SI)IL'l it coto tiiei of ou sec i (t '11) gr run-d sownd p and unteo irtI adn
'10plolsale Market Which Supplies that it I, tiit Illitqr II- Cot lyt forsc.,I~ding ait into the thiii,it, arnd a fedt f S.n 8. an cmuao ts soh ad fe
rg an rspru outyion fotr it childl to he fine tritdt. in the ginning t iisi o,4 crl e .h\>t tN il te bIdtx taking eleven battles I folund ny1%solff
~~r and rosperous Countryhorni affitedtt \It lt J (i. opteeri is doing it \ry till*- hii~ oiuntltr i ai ofl w t e dieean. Con ide er A. an ner
Ich i B e~~ C o stan ly E larg d ~e i~ k ,tit a~. Ii h nelis lit the in eirc an tlle lii, stI dL h its a Ih~ s. f~lett)I t c t t n . i tile' b eat treatnauu iii I h e w o rld fo r C atarrh Extended- Gainesville's Future. Child urinates toooftet, -it tht' Uritek !prettyl I'llf a robei alwdtorno theliings No DWARD HUB ?AL.
the flesh,otr if. when the child rct-ihiin veyettybcoi stor of. fal iei.'d fr,) till t ',1 al No 1304 Ustiu St., Avauiosvills, Ind.
People reallize the immentee age Nhen. it should lie able titt onirtl thle goodsi. Call and see him passage of IM)IScImt't tht l l t lii 'oc It tI o then Catarrh terminatesi in the
Pas5 carried no bly many firms of Passage, it Is yet afflieteVal 1 itli htll t- Cotton ip down and e\, r) to tily t Hitt mnost (Ireatlil antI f~ital (if all1i 't0CollVIttilsltitit i Tlic only way to get Polville who are in the wholesale tilg, tlepetiiupon, it, tltecdlu-e ''4 t"e 'li- hits not mi~ld feels sick ov, r it s tile rid of Catat i i inaiinrt v ii 1c4i eflittl th '1, iitl1 S. S. .4. is the ideal
Uainesvillo can safely boast of utp s li t bey trotartes the ita fic ir prc tim eyo 'I% ii f r thi i mi n1 's. It sotm clears the
of the leading house of the ~thes.e iiiport~mitorgaitts. This inil t.i ,ilt A t thte homet of M r. at4 ti rot j I) 5\ttt1I tif all I I 111111 11 it i t I, ull's the blood of AllI
I n their respect i ve lines. the I trouble is iie to it tliseaseti I" M& 1 1 i t WIlke roon, Oct. 21, the aii :t- of death It~~i u uia tmttriCntefetal
are arid mnill so rVIY busi ne~s h,- tile "" iiie-s alit bladdier amld ii, I,, a ctlie knocking at the d'1 ir midt bore toS lckthpogi, hs0.nuu adfr
incipal among them. i 1ht0dit as litost people slin iosur the heaven ly home of n' -iIt low e et ecigSSSk- tlebod i
\\ottieetitlesohi itSain andIa le i tl t
aive an idea of the vol urme of %,itei kitliney anid t-a 1l0ia411 u, l itt le batty girl, Lola Its re fifth 11 PURELY V EG ETABLE ASlerf thsprer lo ivat 'i II 1 iri t eveaiy ;ndo
Pitmybe int-ni ionr-d that a andI 11411) ne- tile r-Inle Pl. It rie ..were laid to rest In Y litr opemetery. IanI co-riterof the I-dv the thu s tur' ittlt' licit44 ge-sl ivtoery nd
are company recently orders d at ITie multII andi the illIlit' lt. ( ofe rn mIrltvsadf l l ii tl vwoaI ;\.\Ho vt nfm~wi.-ii t: tadm
timpe thirty cairloads o 1re d vtruggists,, in tiftv- in extending sympathy m I li'ir sad ica dii c' fieir TH SWffr wCanC CO., ATLANVTAp
II. This item shone i4 one of ccelit anui tiie-tlolar houur of bereavement. _______________________________________________roportions, but when it is con- icbtl.Voma
*that this is only onet branch er: have a mple bottle Full of Tragic Me-antrug
iness, it may readily he noted t)-yialfelln all abot ofswan-oit, Are theseo lines from .1. If. Sl ninmewst1
wholesale houses of Gaines- mneilinig niiiriv of the t"'ulunienls of ht.I of Casey. Ia. Think whmt mightt have IROJC
P ecuriug their share of the tnial letters received frutn stiffereirs resulted from his territile cough if li-OUe'B JC
curedt. lit writing D~r. Kilmner & Co., hail not taken the mu1iit'ie sbout this volume of business should flinglikinitori, N. Y., lw -,ore tani tnent]ioni IWhich he writes -"I had a f., trfti e ough this paper. I )onI titiakt :ill v tiiistaike
surprising. GainesvillIe is 1o' bunt irtnieiir the nainl- uat-iu, that disturbed my night'li rest I tried
nve-niently for the trade, ttHe Dr. Kilmier's Swaitp.Rxtr, nIi the ad- everything, bit nothing %iould roilieve in ad1vtrtijsifle i- t )1itIX vmit4y thatt I'M7 llit, to
we favorable, atid the firmsi do- dre-s, Binghamiton, N. V., o'il eciy 'it, until I took Dr. King'st Netw hDisoov-.holeasle btiuncess are sufficient- bottle. cry for consumnption. coiv1he andi colds, livhIblkac(it n l afOlt1'm~it 4oi( ~
provid-d from a financial istand-I, which completely curvd III, Instant '" rpl i [n THI KN N \Vt o' t'i-l AISt)LAV'T IE S A F FY
a purchase in large, qutaitit ie, [ A PECULIAR FORMATION. ly relieves and permanently cures all1
outing close prices. tGainesville r hl rligthroat and lung dilsease.M prevetits 1grip to out ltj's.M
Kits~Wil Drrsipinlgoditngn a Well at Windsor Pipe and pneumonia. As all drtiRgists;
-It-' ar adiu of1iles anod the ansnd Drill Were Lost. guaranteed ; bWe and $1.'''. Trial bt.
ry covered Justly belongs to this (;eorge Ilyles of Wit door, a tr,)gres : efre Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT, a
verything being equal. It is sive merchant of that inwi,. was a vi I LAND OFFICE BAUSY. New Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door. BURGLAR-PROOF
ted that thle extension ef the itort to this city Thursday. Mr. Blytle SAFE, with our Officers Bonded, with Fire and Burglar
ville slid Guelf Railwxy from relates an inereatiiR. story of a well1# 'Numerous People VIsitedi This City on
Id south to Tatursa will olien upf whieh was being driven fly E 'r Fink- IPublic Land Business Wednesday. Insurance, your money and valuable papers are sofe
territory, the trade of which will lea, near Windsor recently. It- states The demand for publ, oi vr l with us.
Ily come here. When this ter- that Mr. Finiklirs, who was sos ittud for ment lands seems to 11). stteaiy, awl
lis opened new hoilet will Ie e- a water iipply for irrigation purposes, each month many horetendrs aro hi. F'OUR PE CENTr ~ 1"16 id l rpii
ed ere Whch illmak. (rove the well to a distance of about Iing takenti upby ntw el i- roo,nd o1ille oifthere whiii wil tae- flix)feet, W hent inl one night the piping rigo whithave been-i lit 11 Sltite itnug Df)e;(is .
titers of the State saiik arid has never been reoto-ered, enough to appre~i&Le we-t really gwtw
niesville is allso growing front a A drill was placed again in tie well, land may be secured thr-iguh the I itv L A T Y T ~ YY
fact-uring statidpoint, alid i ,ItI when the same was hood arid all efforts erment homestead act. T hL e .D1A N Kl 0f A LAC H UA.~.J.1
prospects for the f-iture are at recovery have been unsuccessful. IAmong those who sre.- tit-re We-tiiesThis is evidence that the formation of day, to enter hotniee-Isliud miake A lachu a,, ]Florida .
Plan toGotRic the earth at this point, as in mansty iii ii final proofs were 1) 1 H-lrunett of
frusrate bymaddn brak-er places in Alseltua cotn lly aid this Aloribtrook, Lote 1'. I' ew her of Itresin, reoften frsrtdb udo ra-seetion of the State, Is of crect, and Is and James W~elch and Jost.;h L. Poape down due to dyspepsia or constipa- undermined. The well in question up of Bell. The"e gentlemeiln are dvBrace up and take Dr. King's lto the time' of the dloappearanoe Of eirous of showing the rotsuitlttiers of. -P:w:E Jf --I
Life Pill@. They take out the ma- the pipe p,.ve A Prolifo supply, the the 0overninent soil, anid Lave. Koueto OF.
Is which are aloggiing your @net- water coming to within twenty feet of work inl earliest. It geen a ithttitt sayand Igive you a new start. Curs the surface. The well is now perfectly ing that they will maket a iiitctei

ache and dizziness too At aill dry, and it ties been impossible to find
stores; 25e. guaranteed. a sounding in the two-inch hle which A Card TUIOI. WaiTislIE &~i 0fI3U3I NC'

Some Seasonabhle Advice. are authorized to refund yitir itiie
If Foley's liont-y anid Tar fails ht cntree E~XPR ES PWIl Ail) Full Quart Measure.
vic __o urge p-pl a- thi seAso ofcuh el heIiusai ue'eii iAif.*(si










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~~unin oparty-Al omposed of Pi ft adi, i strprIsing younng Deo y fteriff J. E. Fogate of Ala- TO'I,)~
M ye MAMd t61rtre d e mrbn Ward Mty, was in &t, iea 02.O9 of the mlost competent omf- FR CK E AN1 PI UPLTSN
turned yesterday from Sisoelska ham- jestsdewd0111 Made To@ Son an agren- gigis In tbe cunty, was a visitor' to mockiv where they hav* been for the able sal, I this city yesterday. i a 10 3D4%COVUNY VWUIINSE past. two or three days. They report j. j. HSay.ma,, as extensive oeval Prof. T. P. Montgomery of Windsor, I A
big luck, having killed all the qairvelsato 0"operaor sod merebant of Loeb- who Is teaching the Stokes school near N A LD I IN O')L A Eatters of Omags Intesrest Oath- andi wild game they could out, bring- 10006, W" is business visitor to Gaines- IaOrciess this term, was a visitor to THE CAIMl,EXION IIEAUTJJIN, a byfr sp r- Ing back a quantity to friends. The will yesterday. Gainesville yesterday.
by ~ ~Sonielaaka forest has an abundance of J. 0. 30ekbam of 1$nebolle was in Sisk headache is caused by a disorPERSONIAL AMD SOCIAL ITEMS game of all kinds this season. town yeetorday and masde The San an dered eondlitlon of the stomach and is
The remains of Mrs. W. D. Fagan agreeable, all. If@ will go to Areda quickly eared by Chamberlain'e Sternwere taken yesterday to Providence, So remain for the Best three mouths. ash and )Liver Tablets. Wt 1a" Hapipened and What Is Going her old homne, where the funeral @tr 0. P. GltE., formerly of Jonesville Henry Stokes of Micanopy and T. 3.
le Happe. Told In Short ParaVaophs vise, were bold, and the interment but now engaged In the, wholfeale live- Swindle of Newberry were in the city so T11110 ,He Who Runs May Read- was made in the Providence burying eery buafmt in Jackaeville, was In yesterday. Mr. Swindle conducts a
ItIn The Sun. ground, where relatives are buried, the eltyr 11s a few hours A~ business livery stable at Newberry.
The death of Mr.. Fagan bringrs sorrow Mrs Gac Cnwy f rr-dnd
lm Piday's Daily~ ffi1. to many G*ainesville frivnd4, where she ofMrs a mogwgshi. ithe y ofesteday.
Edwin Rorse of Kirkwood was trad- was highly eteemed for her charitable, the 111il 0amt p of tou was amgvi wa Sh favore Ih n oe with yestally
Mrsg in th cityyeerdo a p w s b ghrestlynik m is s on hedshewel yesterday. Mr. Camp formerly re- renewing her s'ibecriptiou.
Mrs.M. (iove ofMicnop wu e geaty msse heeaided at Albion, and was a frequent WV. M. Soleld has opened a first.
shopping In the- city yesterday. C. W. Boukni~hs of Archer, one of visitor here, where he hsmn ls ieysal tWr iy hr
400 bushels Texas se oat@ for sale. the leading merchants of that pro- frinds man hes wilver ptled at sere Cterble
3, 0 And~ro ofai tnele w~a. aogrdaysdid town w Sn thn city esr Mr. sad Mrs. Arthur L. Glass and Special attention to traveling men. (omel advertised and sold as
A. CEd~rd.of Tentn ws aong sp nd adeThe un n aree babty jolt yesterday for Palatka, from Open at all hours. d8twls the visitors to thisecity yesterday. lbisiies call, He reports trade ver ... SATINOLA ...
Tiechoper wasedat 4 cnt pe god, utwit '1e rstof the folkst" whence they expect'o. prossed to New William Brown, who recently par- No ehanie in formul- or lnek-ave. The flaMC sip. J. D. Barron, Jr.. Wannee, Fla. complains of the low prices of cotton, Yr.Tbiy will be absnt about three I hased a farm near Waahoosa., ex- oejy piaA been c'baneed to avoid e4)IfUWAOfl, 5 .
Thee reseerl ass to 5 it deprlies the grower of real value weekts, and fjrirnds wish them a pleas poesg so move with his family to that we cannot afford to have V) valuable PrCPSMThr r eea ae fdngoof the Dtaple. Custom,econsidering the ant visit, point Toesday. The farm is reported tion 00onfusged With am- others.
fewer about the city, but it is not A~~fDNL I urate.endonyw
seiushortage of crop, is lower this season W. M. Scofield has removed from to be one of the most fertile in the NOLA reune iunteed. can ne weeI wll
than for many years. Growers who Bell to Ward City, where he has opeti- souwtty. tador on eckheml inticc uvrispota. @
Ohu.W. Sephns o Alahaawascan afford to do so will hold1 their out I'd a livery stable. He is a bj~tfher of Warranty deed alid mortgage blanks* lcirto% ia~ei. ~ SI''
aogthe business visitors tothis city pu.The akncer ot eltcasnidi) resome Mi yeseray L E aAttorney 0. 11'. Sofield, and while for sale at this offloe, the form used in beauty of youth.
LEBlack and party of friends in $Own yesterday made The Sun A Alachua county which saves mohicy in Pri" s 4henuq and U to' Sold in each etti by all leading druwi'i.. or by uiali. .
0eowog Dial, a merchant of Montoo- decided to take a fishing trip early yes. pleasant call- reeordlng. $2 per hundred or 5(o per PHI&PAHI' 1NI.Y BY
ohs, was transactIng business In this teriay morning, and accordingly arms Lucius Smith of Wacashoota was in doson by mail. Cash muost accompany Nat ional Toilet Co., Paris, Tene.
*ity yesterday. .early and proceeded to Alachua sink, the city yesterday, having some for his order. dawtf8,oagldi inevl bJ.Sbdfl'
Mrs. A. L. Seande of 1%nton Is In which Is ocsided go be one of the fin- stetr, MINs Nannie Smith, Who Is 86- The trial of the Bennett -JJo S & Codi ain sil by W. Mcoi A Cod.oi
the ally, a gucest of Mesdamnes W. W. st fishing grounds In she glasw. The teoding the University High 80hoo01. Renry and Richard-for the killing 0; o n 3 V colo o
'Coleon and S. 0. Gay. party was favored with unpresedented She will spend Saturday and Sunday Henry 0 Richard as Lawtey. Novem- -% Mrs. Frank LaFontimee of Miami is luck, having caught with hook end with her parents. ber 19, 1906, was concluded at Starke in Alabama. le repor04 a flne time,I
In the city, a liiet of her parents, Mr. line fifty-seven pounds of fine fish In 200Note Heads and 100 Eave- yesterday, the jury bringing In a ver. and friends will tie~ glad to learn that
e an Mrs. M. 8 Cheves. just one hour. Mr. Black, who Is visit. lU~opes with your name and dict of not Iguilty. he was much bpnefhted by the trip.
Meedmes A.Colle an 3. .ig hers from Tampa, is very much business printed thereon, deliveredtO E ECaonlfyetryfr D.aidM. tpiPrtrhvrJondes o F ig Sprin s ard (ames impressed with this ity sad section, any part of the United States on ro Leesburg. tn the vicinity of which turned from Centervilic. Nova Saotia,
yill* with a visit yesterday. an enthusiastic eporsma., and one of ceipt of $1.26. Cash wust accompany place the Florida Fertilizer Company where they hat- btie wer~iiing for
R. F. Beckham of Orange Hoights the most accurate shots in the State. order. Positively no credit So any one. owns a fins oranget grove. He is go- the 91a8L feW ruonthit. 1) r. Porter
-was In the city yesterday on business Frovis Saturday's a ily ISoo,. Address The Son, (isineaville, Fla. loot to look after the company's inter- slates tthat the viiinaie 44 Nora 9rroti aisueosted with the Mflle of county A. Mi. Pettit of Alachua was In the N. W. Littlefield of Blackshear. OIa., est* in this property. was delightfully cool, a tire being nee~ehciyyeteda.representing the A. P. Brantley (Com- 1. j. Fennell of Melrose la in the city *,ary to coilifort ahmot (taily. The
For aleTwo nd ne-hlf ere ot 0llle Beck of Wacahoota paid this panY, cotton buyers, was astshe Brown On a visit to his uncle, Hheriff L. W. pass two months were unopialip ool, icrSae-woan on-hlface otHouse yesterday. Mr. Littlefield was Irsnnell. He accompanied the sheriff aod ho is delighted to return to. his 4 in West GainesviIle, near the Univer. city a visit yesterday. conneted with the firm of Datton & on one, of his famous fox hunts yeller- Florida home. Frieudd of lit, and
sity grounds. Mrs& Kati, S. Britt, Con. Sydney Dupuis of Alachua itas trod. Co., this city, for several years, sod day, the party capturing two fine Mrs. Porter are glad to grept them Vral, Via. Its log in the city yesterday. bwmany friends here who are always specimens of this animal. again, al~o to ove them looking so
W. M. D~avidson (if High Spritigs, Wads Thomas of Montooshas was glad to see him. /Mrs. A. W. Leghton, formerly of th14 well.
lot* famniliarly known among his lrsading in %he oity yesterday. W. H. Lipeeornbe of she Singer Hew. city but for the past three years meid- THE GAME LAW.
friends a"Shorty", was among the J B. jm ith of Nowberrf spent yes- log Machiss Oompany left yesterday lugt In Jacksonville. is here eo a visit ___* business visitors to this city yesterday. torday I. this oily arn business, for Ward City, where last night he i ohrfind r.3 .BucSuhQuniy o ae iiihdb
Mrs. H. A. Fisher and daughter, A. j. yesoier of Raishelle wa s avia.. tended Owe meeting of the Ward City Arrodondo street. Her nunseroos Amendment of Former Law.
Wine Beese, have returned from so*- itor so the county aplial yesterday. camp, Woodwaim of the World. Or' friends here are glad to see her. Inasmuch as tile hunting season is
1Wta., where they spent she, saw L. Strickland of Waldo was a vie 5alser Damea of Ocala was also pre@s-S ekona ak iwwsDwo n mn proe r o
ner delightfully with relatives ad liar so she moty capital yesterday. ens, and *he mystermies of the order Wr.n S. Jac ity ofLae iewy r wamiia nowh oh anSa me lpors srenot b!" Oals M. ellof aguewasa bal. on ooitrre upn svera eadi.Jeekeou reports the aones and potato ed and passed at she last session of the
Deom, bo Mr. a td Mrs. W. H -Gay of dTa.M elo au a esdaes.crp .hsesingowttereLgsate.frhenomaon f
Treso reenlya inebo. M. aynoe visitor to Oaln6e'Ille yesterday. cnato wsbe eevdh r p It thet thess g oo are hy & e thos L interesteor ithmye soratidn tha
the proud father, Is a "yonsh' tI six1ty- F. R. 8sanes was among the Mere- of %be death of William E. Haruingtorn, pl s thgoers are already grnd)mae. thoe liwteroestety beird perhay -1", and Is very viroud of his new son. digh people who visited Gainesville eighty years of age. which occurredl at parther B.e alrety forinieroia- toe lah guoid, btenaty ofrhuter a
His friends extend s~ongPatl lsions. yesterday. Marlboro, Ma"a, recently. lNeased ArhrB isyfomlyfNcetoshIuibtnpayofut"
Ilieholas Haurt* has returned from Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson of Fort formerly resided near she I).vil's Mill. mlopy bat now residing In Jaeksonrlille, will be permitted to kill more tha
Waldo, where he woot on Tuesday to White were guests of friends in this hopper, sod wats well knoln in that where he Is vagagted in the wholesale forty birds, regar.fliAt (if the number
arane orth oenngefapool ctty yesrsy. stoaloi aneyl.Thnwsgroosry business with %he Miller A in tht, party.
arnltsfortheopeingof seloo alo I 0aneaill. Te nwsMallard Groery Company. was among The origtinal law prided twenty.