The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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Newspaper
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English
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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NPublished Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday.


aX No. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1909 ONE J)OLLAR A YEAR

SEA ISLAND COTTON.
lilY ESSONOF flng enenc. RIGEWOKME
Savannah Morket Firm With a Hard.


jiL~ NTY SOLONS Isl'an 1 cotn ake'asbenfr SHlO? FROM AMBUSH
T ~the pat epk with a good demand at
haidening pries; the Inquiry was for
Tax DIed by People o0!Haw- ',iig choice 18yet coming in oil the ~1m
byx Pepeal b* ,ka engrcied ol Lawles Act in Bradford County of Wich Oscar
jirt .4kt cropl. Sales were liberal. anid
thorn and Elect Is Ordered, eaaktcoe im Crews and Ci~ Thomas Are Chared.
Crop accounts are' about the same. _____________GJIIl.Fla., OcL 4th. Company, for vault, $2. IDr. J. %I. griiz c~su ruor ihP 1382 a ai t-ti4 Lamt Friday night while soine lie- tling" Johnson obeyed the directions ~j u at)Comi~~flS Dll Jr, en cesatP11 $, ~ ~last ycar: This increase Is attributed 11roes working for tbe Roanoke Hridge- at..1 after crossing over to the north ~for the purpose of re- Barnard Co., books, $34; John Rob- to th rapid opetting of the crop hi Co. on the erection of the new stoul sido of the river saw two Inen dodge his~uk, awl the asses- erta, coroner, $3; John Roberts, %it- lrdadi o niaieo 0.big cosNwrvrWj okn front the road Into a thick growth of
vin tlik books ready the ness, $13.20; John Thomas, service att respondingli' large yield. The Georgia iupiper at their camp at the South trees. lit, drove Into the shadow of urr~t i oorwinus,$; T tiad od crop is turning out well on the acreage. ond of Long Bridge, a voice suddenlyalrg treadtopdadafr
present: J. G. Dampier, work, $1.50; S. W. Davis, road serv- Tlie Soutfi Carolina crop Is maid to bt 8ai' ouaftedros,'r few moments Haw the two vien cross
o.~~~~~~~cle out ofno and daknss "Ar iyou1;~.I.Aknsn odwok the rtAd. lit, then drove oA to Lake
0. p. C1),jon$3n J. W Ic s M1; E aticphurs road work maerally under last year. the niggers that work on the grade?"
Gsiesill, la. Ot.3;b J. V. Feae r, road work, $3.5;'. There are again comlllaint3 of the one of them, who was to the at of ilutler and told IDeputy J. Bi. Dowling Wd ie da"nrglrA oe odsple,$35;Iihp Savannah trade being handicapped by frying some bacon, with the tryingwhthdbiind
W~t hisdayIn rgulr A Dok, rad upples,$1350; llsop-It scenis that Oscar Crews and
J. G. Damnpier, obtihman Harrison Co., supplies, $2.20; H. C. under-seliiig of the Interior. ian In his hand, turned around to Chas. 11homas, young men of the er, 0. p. Cannon, J. W. Parker, supplies, $29.20; Gainesville Sales for the week, 2,589 bales. see who was talking and received a neighborhood, who had worked on tWe J. F Townsenld presnt. Hardware Company. supplies. $31; Thp following prices were based onl load of shot In the left side of his bridge, but had been diaargied, had
beilig called to order the Bock Lumber Company, lumnber, factors' quotations and are revised face, and then aama4taer in his side, openly uttered threats against the kist nwteting were read and $29.79; G. S. Merchant & Co.. supiles, weekly on Fridays tie htiiAedly dropped the frying pan company. Deputy DowlIng suspected
wbereup~of the following $80.98; B. Z. Williams, road buplplies, Fancy Floridan...........24 to run, and got a load of shot about them of having done the shooting and
made: ~$8; J. L. Slocum, road1 work, $7.27; Fancy Georgia&s..........23%6 24 eight inches below the small of hisdrv toJseConwhete
1%.jWies auditor. be paid 0. L Feaster & Sin, roid stl'llis E~x. choice Florida*.......23 itack. The much peppered darkey ran young men boardoffl, having In the
Torlte%, gaard at jail. $30: $36.60; WV. 1). Ki bbitt, ltinbcr, ch(.i~v (ieorgias ......14C iinto the swamp, followed by a nahte moantine been joined by U1r. MeCala.
an. janitor, $30; Bell T. R. Walt.-, ser~ic.s onl road. $5': Choic14e Ga's. and Fla's..21 tO'21 !who, In the act of baking a bo enke.i one (if the shootern seon by the latter
Conilany. $7: J. C. -Me. Baird Hardware (,0., supp h.. -'\- Vn. he Ga's. mlid ha's. ....18 0 11) had bt. it lieppoed almost as bad, slid had Oil a long coat, andl trh a coat
ratiun officer, $25; Mrs. Town of Ne'~berrv, road ta', 7.'a Wie s. alid Fla'm ......16 Q 17 wa,%ra huthers wup elite thithoutt asn'
caT, Chas. wise, $11; C. Town of Archer, i ad I tax \, $1 7 ou. tGa'. and Fla's ......13 al injury. Xivt qhotst had beemi fired wshnigu nteroiltCsu
gar~m e ,$1 Clements, road i~ 4rk, $:2; C. WN. Slim.----------~~-- iN jrk Iticc.ai.taa. hom-' t' hr' ('ra'1 mand The pcio es. eare
folhaoioig persons be paid mnets. services, $1O; N. (o. Mattlivis. J2;R. F. liowden, feeding Owonu a.lcamth u~i~d'a. and revealed itiveral boaled shells
ts.-iv Goodson, $5; services, $.I): J. E. Thiashvr. suliliv ;, .F HIIcmnisou aad Mr. John-on, Isit. slmitt ran of the satne caliber and aist' of shot.
,,%\. m N. Wn, $10; $3.80; Robt. Terroll, road u'ork. Ill Y';i.L~. Kennedy, itheritf Putii to the scenle of the shooting to qtiek- 7. a,% soin, omiati' rhella that bad .11'; Itichard Griffin. "6; Hanson A Son, road work. 2'1 'l. iwti. t~I John Roberts, criminal ly as they could, but could only gel. bf picked up at the sette of the II. ~~~R. Waits, road o%'vr'-evr, $6o1; A. Sjl b4-9,s $1 11. Jhn Thonsi fees, $7.If; a itlimpse, of tie niartuders. M.ii a l ssti ot n
fE '. tz tils be paid: vater, road woili, $.: J.. Metiticer, I. A. CiIISt', ('(. biiiH $.8.'~ tl r Jbaam o9 a wlits #hit had bern taken from the
Gabai Electric Poqrsr road work, $1.2.,; F. 1. [amniad. Pup- That the following amounts be nug n ot aelui o we arde newt these stiesile'lous cir,
17-7'. Ga ('onpany) goal, plies, $8.25; .1. WN. Ma'.. r..ti ."~I ia1d (tAiioiut's for road work: J. dl~y*.TY hl'.ovo atcnsn.siepayDwR arse
1,1. com ia, $16; A. L. Webb, Vup&.~x'I.~ a~ e. 2~ W. Summeu(rs, and Illicitn ait front l1, vAl. C (rown slid Ttiorna and 11601 L.ang
D L, Ml oinnUs, F. Dyess, road A"orr, 11 20'1: J1. W, May. $1710:i J. F. Town'si hl ?iahfo i~' ford, % ho arrtt,4 later, barouight them
WMC-11iui & Co., drogs, Thigpen, rvnd %vurk, Ca %th~I urin *can. $-1u; J. F. Townse'nd. atlva~sce, rnd whn oheno cjd'oe bte hr tldtd lo r otinty bll It. Starke.
1~,.. i tlorney, $4&; Trading C'niu:; aiv, stiplilieA, $23; 0. $1.7,2 11. 0J. Rawavy. feed for pri:i anIhlJhno aehckh'tu eftoe Mr Diwilng loft Ish. ftitlor
F ri:.u Ci,. $6.7 ; 8. H. P. Cannon, at'iIr,, $116h: .1. F. Town. ers', 111; Phifer Bros., jail supplies, imt o l adriv e wmiths lttl se so t e "11 0 0 n Pa o1.u
91 7o; City of send. sentices, 4'1,: N. A. Mtut.-I 1ll, C. V. 1'edrthk, %wUv, ;..1 osiladhe mgtseau-(Cnne nPgeor)
H$10.2,!'; P. 0. & Co., $11,.11; J. 0. DNmpier, o..n;Ginealile, Iris., Oct. o.
i rff, $6.0 P. 8. H. Wlinges. transcript, $6.60; J. G 11 Bh'oard of County Commission.J
$io T7c,~ .20; Dampier, exlpeisces to Lakv City. 11350 .r,, n-t thisi day with full board jire'wk lon Wli m
[ii.1;1t-. I. ~fi; Art Metal J. 0. Power, summoning witni-asm-i. %,, 11 1,li t the following orders wer Jo n S e tnnH l m .

That Ira J. Carter hP paid for venrymtmom Irp 1*11A-w.ii". at irats. .7;Jurors and w -It-.n fi t i i pa n r











SWRE WH -0* yo. UmA

NOT TO Lool FOR COOK TO 'am PLA*CEDt T ISAl1
SW l av, __R_+a I -m rR ~


AND PEARY'S ACTION NEARLY theg i i, e ST PLACD ON MMI ARDEN
CAUSED DEATH OF FORMER. STREET BY COMMIEL
r Witen ilisTa" Bok eevdb theCR
So Dr. Cook Says in a LettIr Wri a o Rive by t t vABLE COMPOUND.
to xplo noier of Cunil, and Olficers Paid for N
to Exloe Bene of~ h PssMoth CONSTIPATION IDy
pal W e at onh AND FIVER AND AL
Canada. 1m e It e .
eve r- part oftP for all disse c.
OTTAWA, Ont., Oct. 7.-Captain .to The City Council met in Adjourned to-day may a oa
Bernler, of the Canadisaso Thursday evening at 7:GET
Seme,,r he Cf wth President Broome. Aldermw GET THE
"Arctl, made publ a letter wri or o wit Colclouh, Ov PhifPrr Brom Co
ten to him by Dr. Frederick A. Cook a nOty of beia gom elledtooehea Bare, WDCleoh Oe s Ser.
on Ma S5, at delivered to Captals t h e ,ad t p Pemnd, ad Clerk. Dll in ashdstaoasw n ST LOUIS, M
/ ~ o ay 13J, "ad delivered to umf l. lm-.II 6 .i,_I 1e u. 0 .,om+mii+0tc bylwh ul e o~
Beraler on Septembe 1 at Uperavik e followlag bis were ordered
WWNM-9-cmmne er Pa llwi. T 0Q M :IT S O(D
G renland. S e v but if y have f v, I. fund-SO. B. N
Peary Acoused of Stealla SUPPIl tc
t- cemedy you need. It as been tbo $.10; Mrs. H. H. MoCreY, $S5 or The tt op es: oug inton at cemetery; L L. Owes,
$my Dear Captain: I haVe to to *6 sk. $ B. I- 0on50,. $5; Popper Pub
write you the first letter er having t C bel a 8 a$; Pepper Pb
been sealed behind 1o. harers for this pqwi, ptit ae not at. -Wingl Company, $.
bn emied eharg oe brie r n seedy tried it, may have s pa mple bottle Special street fund--Dally $&a, $4;
two years. It was your supplies, so ent free by aaOn a s oo Crawford & Davis, 819.0.
kindly left l Ire of tng about w.amp o Waterworks ex fund-Wa. IL
which ided ume graty in4 .f: gettingm- to Watework ehant fnd-Wedm
Mo+,++e. in4"~ll to Pec opm,$o
Upermavlk. All my other property ti-B. Arnow,
has been taken by Peary under the redagtUis emH. L Ofwens, ; J. Doll. $20;
guise of a relief sttion for Dr. Cook. 06ofer &%s In an f* Owens. $60; Jt. L Dis,
.Mury ts sain hn to s ti oa B at IS what you will be
.uhDr. the man cin cag-t $75; Galneevllle a ad etrit
station, however, was lastructed not Power Company, '1238.0. Ifyou try a
to engage In any relief effort. not else 9 Power omay by
to eo si o a o roe ad earch aot dal ot tle sab Alderman Burnett moved that the
to allow Eskimos to rose ad mearch alln k~. Don't ashm any
but re g the Root, street committee be authorized to e
until March of the fol lowinlg year, r. t' era tl5 e* imen.t with tar o Garden street,
=r ilnr' rwaod.o. d-is
1909. My large storm of supply ie s. W A between Liberty and Mechank. Car*
and my station wer need for barter with natives to stlsfy POeay and seals attacked o e a r Aldermas Phifer moved that the city
commercial greed. little folding canvas boat. An under- p.a o hir od of the g itter on
+'~~Pa for ouod~lir of the glutti on ,
"Fortunately, we were able to ork ground enmp wasibullt and the winter torth, side of Liberty street, between
out our problem without rellef of of 1908-190 passed with a taste of Garden and Pleasant streets, provided
forts except as you offered. We have everything save fresh meat. the Presbyterian people agr to TheY are eCnOmical in all respects-lat
pushed into the Boreal center and- "For we bad not a morsel of civil. s Carried.
picked up bhe p01or pris, but the et ed, food, not eves mLt. A new equip- ema ie moved Easily operated and fuel-, r
fort was dangerous beyond oonep ment was deviaed And as soon as th ter of rand near tho Jewish Cetion. sun of Ios roe over the hills tory be referred to the street commt- DARLING RANGES are LOW in IT'I
"The splendid assistance which you North Devon we otarted for Annotook tee to Investigate. HIGH in QUALITY. We guarant(,e t1,M n ,nu
have given and the liberlity of the In February, 11101, dragging dried Alderman Brnett moved to refer not secure anywhere, at any price. I nge
Canadian government In sending the musk oxen meat as food and melted nothe Scnu of the ordinance passship is a happy contrast to the bin- tallow as fuel for thirty days, on our ed subsequent to those codified by W. Higfier Quality, and of Greater 1)urml;, aind drance and injustice of one of my sledges. Deep snow, bad Ice, open V. baker to the printing committee, Greater Zoonomy in fuel, than it I \I:LI
own countrymen" water and continued storm made the with power to act Carried.
SThe Journey to the POlO. return slow and arduous. We reahed Alderman Pound.moved to receive RANGE. They have proved Best 1 y It
SDescribing the journey to the pole, Annotook after a run of hard luck the tax books. Carried. Every stove-sold under a guarantee.
Dr. Cook said. on April 5. Here we were met by Alderman Burnett moved to put on
startingg from Annotook on Febru- Whitney only to find that Peary's men two trash wagons, and to put the city
ary, 19, 1908, we crossed EUllensmere had misused our station with its team to the double wagon to keep up
Land, pushed along its western coast equipments over the protest of Mr. repairs. Carried.
-to the polar sea, feeding ten Eskimos Whitney. We enjoyed good health at Alderman Colclough moved to ad. R W AEMPi
and 103 dogs n route on musk oxen all times." Journ util 18th instant. 'Carried. BAIRD HARDW ARE COMPA
and bears.
"From 83 north I started with but ORANGE HEIGHTS NEWS HAS ANOTHER FREAK.
two young Eskimos and twenty-six HI TOt7. h
dogs, pulling two sleighs and supplies ORANGE HEIGHTS. Oct. 7.-The
for eighty days, The ice was fine at- revival at this place cloed on Wed- Capt. Shhehe of High Springs Ahead THE SAI E VILLE NATIONAL
ter crossing 84 degrees. Crocker's n0aY night of last week with the of Them AJI. % .
Land was sighted and passed, and a church neatly revived and fifteen sae- Capt. W. G. Shehee of High Springs, cessi swho runs a fruit and produce busines, new land found to the north of It ex. cesaiMus who run a fruit and produce b ne,
tending to 85 degrees. Beyond, no Quite a number from here have and also a small menagerie, has just
land was seen. The pole was reached been attending the revival services added a now freak In the shape of a '"C asrvasJ' os et Mean "Stagnation.
April 22, 198. The return was forced being held at the Methodist church at pig which is destined to bring him in We 1 .S L As it is Sae Then We Slow
slightly westward on the northern MteruM., some money, for he proposes to send fere t s I Saf
route, but about 85 destes we drifted Mrs. Wiliam McMillian and children it to some lace where an admission
east and south. Below 84 we had attended the dinner given to Vale will be charged.
drafted with an active pack. Yearwood and bride by his Iarents on The pig has seven toes on the left
"We were helplessly carried to the last Thursday at Melrose. forefoot, six on the right, welhs fortywest, unable to reach our caches along Ben Lumpkin of Gainesville spent five pounds, and has other peculiar gg a 0 Store Your
Nauisen Sound. We were pushed int Sundaye wihbi parentsc aleres marks whichibnand him atcuriosity.tis Sanems OrgMujaratie Leodn Str Asolta
Prince Guaive sea with food and fuel James Lumpkin of Jacksonville 18 He Ii mow iu communication with F sn -:t Ill a Iman--- S-qi-za-tien, Lending Its Aid ti
exhausted. Still unable to pres est- visillag his parents this week. Jacksoarile and thinks that a good Patram, Se Laq as it Feels Safe in Ocing So.
ward. we went with the ice to the Miss Belle Hall to spending a* few sale will be made.
, -south, food and fuel now exhausted. days this week In Metrose. His 'gators, gophers, rabbits, 'poePolar bears came to our rescue as Mr. and Mrs. Adams visited Earle- sums, snakes and the like, form quite
We then went Into Wol on on Monday of this week. an interesting collection, and be THE SAIMESVILLE NATIONAL B
Inston channel, hoping to be able to Mr. Davis of Jack s .ville is here continually addles to them from time
; reach whalers in Lancaseter Sound. this week visitung J. A. King. to time.
but we were soon stopped by falling R. Montgomery spent the first of Ipro Di to
food supplies and young small e. thIs week at home. Iterfec Dlgootlen
With no game, this short roate to as Henry Davis of this place Is on the Meas less ntrkon and i E s ta b lish ed n 18
early ship was no longer possible, and sick llt. quece less vitality. When the liver
to sausty the pas of hunger we Dec Tyson ad failty moved near fails to see rte bile, the blood becomes
worked to Jones' Sound. here from Waldo last week. He is leaded with bilious properties, the d. OL,.
Peeld Inte Winter Camp confied to his bed a d Mrs. Tyson's gestce be Iampaired and the t .
"Hers, after a long It of a a- invalid slater lives with them. She bowels coatlated. Herblne will 4botsee .,,
Hventre by t lan seae, a car l ha baesu coSaed to her bed for the rectify this; It lvs tone to the stemrne .usy b s ee, a ar leapt twenty years. a*t, *itr ad Idneyi, *tremtbm e ,.EA "
s oe as _eWaer a appette, dea d 4 Imlproves the com- ',
I Septemter at Cpe Spar, with- e n ew life and visar-to 3,.er,
out f el or food. amalsoe or winter It ia to tlm of Isdde alshaP or the whole system. $ .e.ts a bottle,.
- clothles. with no dogs, as guns Our accident that Chambertlan's Untmet Sold by W. M. Johaeos.
situation was almost hopes but e be reltd i ped to take the plaeb ..
fortune came or way. Bows and a- 1 the family doctor, who cannot al- Te wsha vfe dapoe
rows, harpoons, lanes and other Ila ways be ~tond at the moment. Then wte wets mve filed D o o-es.
plem~aents were mad The musak oxe it ie that Chaimbelaln'e Liniment ~ it tlU e nlsione ers of Dad ous -- -f+ '
.;+ uad bear wer, takena with imes, m.l sever found wani. in cam or ty ais the Calltng of al wet and I~'
+,lnce mud knltfe esiue s mlll Spiala, cuts, wounds and bxruise. dry ehetam, chargingl fraud In thei
ps~gme. Foe were trapped, walruses Chmibrlal'. LJiimet takes out the e~ i of80 tihe petition by the tern- l
"++ IiIIIenc-es and drives away the pinl permtee people Tb.ecia commllt-. ,,,,
*Sold by all druggltss tee to whebk the matter was refreud
-- - have eommaded that no eleetom OLD R KKrgoy 0gs Jt',.
jh+ lniA mmQm33iii ) T i & N railroad depot at Mi. be called as many irregularities were t oed Wmebi t 'se a'., ~~~Ib eesm....................U el ~esa
0-+ ton was dstreyed by Sue Wedn eday found to o peto. etl ee............... ...... "
W sight itluding sope of the records. *
D freight ud express packages The litMly CeIder With Seem.
-,.u,..rag, buidlag wes att ea. sad the tos Whos yee se. that kid of weather Send for Price List and Catalog'
Is therefore small. ftreao fee haow that rheUsemtls
i weas prat e ts atuhad. Get reedy fur
...j The Ipleet puigntlve elec us- It m by smtitng al batle of liallards'e h ,. 0 f. in
perleated by all who se Chamber Sg e Sainet. Phea thiag made m *ia m l.i.t's Somach and IUva Tablets, ad fo eltm. chilbtans treet bite,
a... m mee~t .W,., ., ua wear ..e ts. e or* a* s *** .. mis Stn ts ad ....s.. .am amwe**
A g aggAN, mina whtch they evets make as. ht pain 5, i.e ms$1 a JAM AVL. a . *- *
n I. ... t1 v, L .. i 11 ireidk. Iby 1W. M+ Jeom









THE G*AINE8IL WEN OCIVBER 11,s 1909 8


JIouNT NE.'EDFUL KNOWLEGE COAST IN DEPOT

AT Se~nesville People Should Learn tot WILL BE IN ROVED
D~ ethe Approach of KidneyDisase.
A~NI MOST' The symptoms of kidney trouble are WOKO RE DLIN IST
MAR ~4 I(E iISTa nmtaaethttey leave no COMMENCE NEXT WEEK. 'SO
Ciound for doubt. Sick kidneys exothe Poits =U thick, codoffensive urine. Modern Conveiiniences to Be Piaced In
Othe P~itS 0 Oi~Jib at o sediment, irregular of passag
Eagtr to purchase Ot or atteded by a seunt~on of scalding. Building and Room. Will
present rice.. he back aches cnttlheadaches Be Enlarged. T WaeAw s3shs4wihM bS
am dzzyspels my ocur nd te vc- t Mgflo ev 0 I* SI ye a borne tbi statfr e
tim Is often weighed down by a feel- =A b"~ha beign anao under bis pw.
Daily Sun: b lg of languor aud fatigue. Neglect Work oil the changes to be made In
7W A_ bogailmprvbon slnee Its Infancy.
Alijhhua. which 12 One Of these warnings and thcre is danger of the A. C. L. jldseuger depot le to 4,0 A8Vsone to demivo you In this.,
Il ii ini the OoD41, Sill dropsy, Bright's Disease, or diabetes. jbe counuenced uvxi week. and It will Co'it''d the bedt Cation Any one of theseC byMItotuIS Is warn- require soile time to make the altt'ra- All outI ts, l II1 tt W sed w thetasa d bah bat
~ ~ ilorldfl. Is At Ing enough to begin trcatiiig the kid- tins and rebuild the office according 0A~rrn Lbhda m rifl e t nd aginste hxeAleth o
61111. well stocked 10th neks at once. Deliy often proves to the new plaub. aSSdVhlISP icO P4f
bi~b 010* people an' bldinig fatal. The-new passenger a -tation will be~
*r~k 'You can use no better remeday than fitted with all of the latest Improve- W hat Is mi 3 A a U OIA
the i( rage WAS tail,' ao Doana's Kiney Pills. Here's Gaines- wenl kts. The white and ohered sideti I
as~ ~,iIn forMer Jd&Ms ville proof:. wte to be divided, having separate "Biif to haimlimi muett* for Castor oilIme
~ :been 011114111" Mrs~. Jamett Doig, 902 Alachua ave- doorto for entrance and exit. with toilet go0 Dropsl WAd &MIWtla Syrpsii It 10 J3esAW111. It
a ret differelC6 IS thoeve3. Gainesville, Fia., says: -It is onis suff icient to accommodate the "Sal "ether Opium. Neorphine nor other Wsa'coti
aiwatioll and the tWO )&M now some time sice I used D~oan's travel. ibtae.Ita "0e is Itil guaranlvtee. it dentrasS WosmS
locatt-'I t that point have Kidney iPills and I ami glad to say that This building will be enlarged. fr sdaly .slh~s tcrsD~r~ I adWn
ItKIlt h:1ilf ()f their Utim 00- 1 have had no tited of a kidniey coisiderable evace is to be tztkt'fl 00clo It relieves TeethIng Trouble. cuos CousiPaiosM ialll.':el staple. remedy. Several years ago Ioan's front the freight department. and the sa l~ec.it asltes the Fwo regAUlaW the
up~ wardsofsoient Kidney Pills drove away a severe at. ticket office wiIl be placed farther in mtesku a Dowels, giving healthy and natuxal &WOW
drt tato5r". tack of kidney trouble and time has front front where It now stanits. Th Clam Pilnsollef-The Mothers kienrlead
setVI. : Lt.(, thriller who proven the cure to lbe a pormalient D~oors will be placed in the front of t~ th t~ that such a Shr one. I take pleasure Ini recommending thle building on either side where the CENUINE C A S T O R IA ALWAYS
:tr' lioldiIg fOr better Doan's Kidney Pills to other kidney windows ark, now located, and doctrm
li ut, rtesulirsufferers." will also be placed in the aides. Tht o teo
are d i I o~ing Of the snaie For sale by 'all dealers. Price So present large double door*aY will be cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. closed and the ticket office placed In% received satisfactOi7 prices. New York. sole agents for the United the front part, opposite the Oldi opetil r of mitside buyers have Sttes9. -ig
aiidinie mde am Remember the name-Doan's---and i.
slid thomae rges taonnotr With a number of other changes the
buj~jjtt-I liit he iargt tke o oher LaCoast Line people propose to make
~~ th.' lI~('t, who BONNIE MELROSE. ~ they will have a modern uldUlOmL .j AlHn D iIh4
mort ( t,: m-e olo Isi.BNI ERS.dt place and one that will be highly Thd Yo a eA w yt
albt h lUlthed atd paid M MELROSE, Oct. 6.-Ret'. T. I. Z. apjpreciated by the traveling public
hing Iil $10,000 woath of Barr, 'assisted by Rev-. IDr. McCall of wh aehdt otn ihteIn Use For Over 30 Years.
u~r a~fwdy.btWhite Springs. Is conducting a series present poor facilities for the pasit f480s*MM"f.Sog"on
tbis, %%t not confined to of revival meetings during the prem.nw erlyr ent week. Services at 10 a. m. and AFN TC AM
soltltt-0 0imry whchis Senator W. R. Itaker has returned
full) a, l:nizt as stY to be ld I II lifrVisit or Speoks in Glowin~g Termis of
tht- S'tar, and the other gtn treatment for thi, last two Imoniths. S. m. Gaitskill's Etnterprise. SO V. w
ar-' lt~t hilly able to bianhe-ako rtre Tusa
l,, oijtt, and the manner He is still ver' %v.ak. rmhieJackson rered he uaa the*5 m~fb~
lb, 11idll the cton ha Your eorm:,ponient v'as iinforn front Mof sht wher He oatkiM twnerfi fI I h111 h I f~
ii in the lint, fo ed about tt' ari~an of li~tiiuher fI'm the guP IP 1 0 ofp (apA to. H.D 0061.onrV IIV IIIJ~IL llIU I~
n1t0' I Ii tile long staple public motor dock. It IN totul. ths ofe tk 0-lbae tc ana.ta 5
gin. ~ bge o theSant Pc ransortain 'ce. M~r. Jackson says be never
Co., wil ''1116. edge o the S n a P r n p rai n ,u flur h r oi cattle or pulltry, Bly C K M vi'Q 'arrie, Florida A gri. E~xperi m m Sta io
ED N Co.OVIL wrhychs i b e Alted to.ro h and e~erythitig on the place Is of
EINJCSNIL. wr.hicuhi ine torlto. tl %r Sosthm ore.Cat ala Prp.:. Biletil No.12
-There. will Lo a een t? r ilbitiimin has'. tbe 111100t crop of corn and v lvet #a
I~t ofAlabama Wel-Knewn onI Saturdy. Ok obsr th. 'All Intr 1eri Mr. Jackson says be Mae ever 'a m1
Ini This City. sted ar'e lnwlted to bi "r tlcie ~tt ii iu 'cha and It Is well wiorth The promper proparstim of tb. eane crop for grinding cuts "uIts a
a~s alySu:anist in ti goo work a visit to behnld what this farm lfire in the not seoult of the syrap-making. C'ane intended for syrup soulId
a) Di~l Sn:eet a &A A. AltRmie Lail retuted from a demonstrates can be done in Ilorida. be allowed to grow all late 'a the easo as posible'. 'Thre In often rivalry
1. is a l g tret l andis business trilto Ja k'n vlbu. acong farairs in certin coman lvhties so to w ho will have tbo firt of
I t sw- s a t ha t o fpi e r n l r ( Y r ~ m n e -t e e s n s a u n t e m r e t n h r p t o f t e n c u t w e e k s a h e a d
!, wa tha l-ofTya~ tamed a ntimbt'r of their frie~nds? at Toitias Ande-rsn, white, formerly of the time It should be cut. Syrup made from immature cne Is of a
It. i d f T oy A J ., l a n ch p a r ), )I ti e l k e n H ti r- I,, i ll. w as' se n to th e st w ra i l w a y In fe rio r q u ality In e v e ry w a y W e h a v e th wo a o o r q u a lity In th e first Li-'XIi of t e a ack day ight. cois wa e tt h t to A syrup as thes market than we gt later on when the crop In properly ma- innze Jut 5 Jaere Thanli EnuhisToMuhy offer Hoffman. histm. tured. Throughout northern and wetern Florida, the Middle of Novomber
The an ounog MoeTa nuhi o uh asit of hruitsa sud cuts,. bloo flow- Is early @egmui. to cut tke crop. should at slight frost. orrur before that

ago-iII and arould n reartewseae ai r Igy f reelys fram thae hauds failem it 5 rt p Ams e4. n ieatrteBrto coe.ai n







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4 THE kINEVILLS 8M. OCTOBER 11, 1900

AINUSVILLg THE SECOND DISTRICT PIGHT. BRIDGE WORKMEN
"NOTE O HI A
thFro appearances it looks as IfFRO AM SH Mn II AT
-_Aw e the voter of t.l Seond Oonrmlon3 S, t 0a12es &I distrwt of i54 WIRj have alleco4di materthat's camif*- 00 101110 042We ria
O-:a-f'a a hf AKE BUTLER F
.of the most spirit '., Codcresl'onal he had wired ex-Sheriff Parris, of
-mpagns in the history of the State. ke City, who ownse some clever
pUshedwryMMndayandTunMday There has been a decided opposli- liounds, to come to the s5ne. He ar-. '1l San: of a ,romni,,t .
.iit is 9e, Pirid& tim to the present- Cogressmaan from tied Saturday moiffting and, although J.'oI. Parker trvellag representa. for a long t
that district for sone time, and his the arrest had been made, the hounds tUve for the Galnesville Hardware mercantile u i H. M'CREARY, Editor and 'Wr political opponents have dealded that were put to work in order to verify Cmpany o r shot and killed but the past
1910 Would be the bist year to return the.suspicions. They were started aged riil
Of Suwbse0ption. Frank Clark to private life. from where Mr. Johnson had seen the Ritch had. hot him first the ba'Il tak. droves front ,
The "" Wek StL. $1 a yar; This decision e the part of Mr.. men cross the road the night before, m th w ,t
MIA "; sigle cop l opp hts to e and the trail took them to Cason's effect la his lg5. Parker, wm ho
coiigRaesu l h se From what could be learned, it Gainesville, was
!4Vqitelh4ng Rates: unanimous, but having so easily set- hous.
Local advertisements, 16 cents a -ed this question his opponents were Saturday morning it was discovered seems t* Parker, who had finished but for the past f .
a* fta and 10 cents for e e .ext c6nfrontod with ope that it ap- that the shooting was not all the dam- his labors in working the town, had in various portion ,
Disp wl dvrtsements for three, ears is not so eapily settled. In the age done. A car used for transports- visited a cool drink stand near the was for many ya
si and twelve months at speal rates. selection of the man to oppose the tion of material had been dumped into depot, when he met Ritch. The two the railroad co.;.
rices furnished upon application. pFesent Congressman there has been the river 'and a drill press was miss- became involved in an argument which at various iae .
Marriage, and Death notices inserted a difference of opinion. Ing. soon became sprted, and it was not position to .
1ee. Obituaries, 5 cents a line. ditor Lewis W. im of St. Augus- e preliminary esnaon w "' lobs before foretble language was Gainesville, an(ul ir.
>, ,. ditor Lwis W. Zim of St. Augus- rho preIuminary e mlnation waste
Use. %vt friends of the parties Inter- sition with t.
.0b' 0hbing Lis. tine was the first to announce his have bpel held iby Coenty Judge Thee. use, bt friends o the parties inter- ston with t
aWeek candidacy for the Position. He was j Dekle Tuesday, but the young men' fered and it was thought the matter Company ai an
no~cnidc SIM thW k~lln Hea warwth esfo h
(N. t) a onr year....... 1.6 followed closely by Mr. Prouty of Mi halved arraignmentand wereput un- or with. ess for thm
She Sun al The Atlanta (Ga.) amit, and now comes the annouAce* der a bond of $500 each to appear, be. Later it seems that Ritch became Arthur Ritch 1: at
Weekly Constitution one year. 1.75 ment from Jacksonville that Ion L. fore the fall term of the circuit court, dissatisfied and intercepted Parker utes after eiho- H
Jhe Sun and To Atlanta (Oa.) Farris, late Speaker of the House of which convenes in Starke Monday, Oc- Just as he was nearing the Coast Line favorite animong a I
lml-Weekly Journal one year 1.5 0
the Sun and 'The Beml-Waekly Representatives, would be a candle tober 25th. They gave the botd read- depot, and without warning pulled his ler and leaves t
Times.Union one year ....... 1.50 date. On top of all this the announce- ily and were released from custody. gun and fired, the ball taking effect dren to mourn 1 i- '
I;. "ment comes from Tallahassee that R. The troubles of the bridge company In Parker's lungs and liver. Parker Dies En Rout
W We will not aooept stamps of Hudson Burr, chairman of the State were not ended with the episode just As soon as the wounded man could Information N. r, .
'is, demnantio than 3 cents. Railroad Commission, will later enter described, for at noon Sunday their do so, it was stated. that he pulled city Friday night 'i t r P?
the lists. sre house containing material and his gun and began tfring, the first ball while en route t, t,-,I
it now looks as it Spain's next war If all of these gentlemen stand by tools was destroyed by an incendiary taking effect in the breast of Ritch, Parker is a y,: w a
history may be bound In Morocco, re- their announcements and "take to the fire. The damage is variously estimast- which was followed by three other a wife and four chi
marks The Wall Street Journal. woods," as Mr. Farris suggests, there ed from $1,000 up. Miles Crew, rapid shots, all of which entered his death, the fanil t,, ng
will be no lack of interest in the.Con- brother of Oscar Crews, was susptd body. on Church tr .
Miss Nellie Horton of Fort Worth, gressional, campaign in the Second. brother of Oscar Crows, was suspected body. nCuc tri N,:
Mishs Nellie Horton of Fort Worth gren onal campaign nin the Second. of having set the fire and was arrest- Parker was picked up and placed moved from E-t r,- Texas, has been elected treasurer and Of all the men mentioned there is ed, but no evidence against him could on a stretcher and a physician sum- deceased alo ha r.
secretary of the Farmers' Union of not one that can cope with the pres- be found and he was released. moned, who, after looking at the living in thlit, c. r
'the State. She has just passed her ent Congressman on the stump, and All the young men involved in the wound, placed the man on Coast is at present it, n ,,, F "
twenty-fifth birthday. The Farmers' it is not probable they will agree to unfortunate affair are well known in Line train No. 40 and carried him to remains wer,, t;t. ,'1 to
Union In said to have upward of 250,. meet him In Joint debate. Zim and
000Union s said to have upward of 250, meet him in joint debate. Zim and their section. The Crews boys are Jacksonville, but expressed the opin- ville, where th,, ,
Prouty will probably resort to the sons of former State Senator Crews Ion that he would hardly live to take reshipped to t. ,
"still hunt" program, while it Is pos.eit a 1In woman we may admire beauty, ill hunt" program, while it is pos and Thomas is a son of the late New- the trip. ments had Iw. i i
.Y, se tha Fars an,,rIth
and pay homage to her talent, but vir- that Farrs, and Burr, if he ton J. Thomas.-Starke Telegraph, Both parties have the reputation of eral, which I, il l
should enter, would attempt to meet being among the quick tempered ones, Bronson, wh, v.,
tue Is her crown. With it she-is rich Clark in joint debate, and we believe always eager to resent what they Capt. Staff r
~~always eager to resent what they" Capt. Staff l'ur
though she live in humble circum- that "meet" would about express the termed an Insult. Ritch is the son contractor t
stanes, and without it she is poor result of such meetings. THE SUN'S CORN CONTEST. t e I s t s
though she live In a palace and has Another advantage that is given
the dowry of a princess. Clark this line-up that the three With a view to showing what its
done In Alachua county In the way of
announced candidates against him all done in Aiachua county in the way of
A lady prominently Identified with ano ne andida te a t in producing corn, The Sun offers the folthe suffragist movement is credited the State, and will necessarily, to alowing cash prizes for the best corn with the predation that a woman will great extent, divide that vote, while brought into the office before October
be elected President of the United he will receive almost the solid vote 15th, 1909:
States within the next twenty years. of tle opposinB fsetion-Penwcola ow. Best stalk of corn, showing two
Just fancy any woman placing herself or more well-developed ears.. $3.00
on recoltd as being thirty-five yeats COTTON CROP RETURNS. Second best stalk of corn...... 1.60
or over. The Constitutlon saves us. Best ear of corn ............... 2.00 The Citrus County Chronicle gives in the car ~h
-okSecond best ear of corn........ 1.00 the following account of the death of work slid to tI,. .
Progress of cotton picking during.AMLvconyby "Ahril c-smeatiui
Columbia University authorities are the first twenty-five days of Septem- The corn entered must be grown in a Levy county boy: "A horrible acci- somewhat nti
Naturally astonlshed by receipt of a ber, Including only twenty-two work: Alachua county; must be delivered at dent occurred here yesterday morn- also brcakini 1:
-document in which the father of a Ing days, added at the rate of K320.. The Sun office, all charges paid, be. 10g (Sept 30.) about 7:0 that cast "The car was, ifreshman announces that he has deliv. 000 day to the wealth derived from fore October 15th, and be accompanied a gloom over the entire community. was found. ,,'' .
ered his son to theirt on a contract that crop alone. This is probably the by the grower's name, address, num- C. C. Hale, lumber inspector for West, stantaneou-. \
calling for the return of a duly qualil- most remarkable record in the recent ber of acres grown, average yield per Coffee & Co., at 'that time met his was running :.
fed "A. B." and "Li,. iI." at the end stor ctt growing acre, variety, and a short description death in a peculiar and distressing cars load d
of six years. They can furnish in- There rema nearly three month of the method of cultivation. manner. Mr. Hale was engaged in running fa. w
structions, but they cannot furnish in which to complete the picking, and The exhibits will be placed in some checking v'p a carload of lumber, and thing terrible,
/+ brains. if similar progress i made een for public place and left on exhibit for a was inside the car. Three loaded "Lkeen-,d ', ,,
another month or two the South will few days at the'close of the contest. cars of lumber were turned loose at parents r,.-il- The postoffice department is require* have vastly enhanced its purchasing The awards will be made by compe- the mill to run down the spur and in- body wi. t.sk,
uing recipients of general delivery mail power over that of the corresponding tent farmers, who have not entered te'rsect with the Coast Line. A freight His lst,r, 'r
at th,+ offices in large cities to furn- period in .any recent year preceding ,any corn in the contest train of the main line was headed in here. th, ''ish their names and addresses, with this one. Only in one earlier season, The object in offering these prices on the spur to pick up the lumber O. W.. and 1.,
signatures fqr future indentiftcation. when the country had one of its larg- Is to simulate our farmers to better cars, vb n they collided. The lumber friendsJinI This rule Is adopted to check use of eat yields of cotton, had slasang ad things in the way of crops for home -------the mails for improper purposes. The danced so far as ia the current se,- ase and to shie.
oletal service has been used as a sbit- o, which places the total thus far at
-m. stitut. for the "personal" advertise- '.32,t0't' bales.a
ments mOst reputable newspapAr Apratly the season is not a back
now bar. ward one. Ginning estabiNshnnsi
of which there are some 27.700. must
The immense temperance parade in have been in a high state of activity
Chicago was an encouragement to during the whole of the month of Sep.
every lover of decency, happy home tenther. Georgia to the date of report
and good order. It was all the more showed a larger number of bales than JACKSONVlLI.E. Pla., Oct. 8.- tons as if b
significant in that It was held in a during any of the precedilus tour Judge Locke has made an important to the api;
city that has a onenviable reputation years. except in 1906. Texas, where change in legal phases of bankruptcy This co,-tr""
for vice and drunkenness. It ton- 1.067,878 bales were ginned. exceeds through a recent order which was re- a new f.altrvinclngly showed that there is a pow- all previous records, the highest of celv'ed and filed yesterday morning. Ings, but ,K.
erful element making for individual which was in 1900, when 1.00S.856 CAU TOU His ruling is to the eect tiat in greater '
and tvic right ousness, and that bales were reported to September 21. cases where application is aade for entered,
with that element politicians will The favorable showig of ginning R D UM? adjdi-atloo of bankruptcy of an un- on exemp1,,i ,t
more than ever have to reckon. returns is largely offset by a most un. married man, and between the time twen ma,.
favoabl coditon epot. n fct.of filin the application and the ad- the pas f*"
------------th-t-and t favorable condition report. In fact. t) ure ta,, blur, S r undication the defendant marrieso he rhe io u eimr r
Mr. Hearst has got to run for mayor there is slumethlg highly rreconcilaj
of New York agaln. heth,,r he wants ble between the ginning of 2.$t2.3. ache when you red for a time? will be entitled to the same exemp- of thi kile
to or not. says The aannh Ne.... alk's of cotto by September 5 on An interesting cir-cru"tance in con- the one band and a condition report
ne-tlion with Nw York poIitits is of per cent. The latter figure Any symptom of eye-weakhow that nan Hearst has grown- on would rndcate an extrwutly small e sholki 1o het~t,,l, te~~~the ttown the past feW )'erw. I h~t,'t c'rop. abhrr. the ginning total sea'ms
be-'n mo very long sinow a great mauts to forecast a fairly good yield. Tb. ceata 0*y nwr e4'T gnale
d~ae anid sane N'w Yorkers looked market la generally convinced that for hielp antil it aweuek it.
upon the exotic frn California as a the rendition report rather than the
most undestrable citizen and danger- sinning figure is the better idex to It t t t at one ite exact
cud~on swrToon They used to frighbten the actual estutktle. Th ctteelo crow-...
their children when they were naughty r tos less disposed to abow his hand daw Mo your eye. We an WAYCROS8. Ga. Oct. 7.-A. P danger wa *
by threats that He.ar t would catch in the holding of his crop, while the equ p~d to make aerntik exana.* sha. Jr.. it o e Wa dh -them if they didn't watch out. To splnintu lntersts priotesa 0 believe ton sad s ~ ten aar ate. @l4.4 w santly kled In an r '
"their atede there. was only one evil toa l ower kwl of abre pIceso B Hel. a asaty ildMoarts '
inflne beyond liearst-the chap twee the' two lias, of valuton the electrlc storm of violesae. that set see the -f
thtlawis Morrison miade famous pealtken of the cottee crop is still a-oertipleytedydsroa rssoma
Now o fe the.. eme state old deSmod within ratherro Mmit SL *o tahp e s terdap, dwtin es @*B olea *
ce arvatv orker are sktag A erop of ll. .* telse a tirly g t 4 sreet d*
at N set's tebst 5.4 cate cramh. yeSameered ead bute peps a A magbe at heroes egg & Age athae
*8of his beambk R a re weMt. be ho me hoae eatne t asaa
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~HE~iIND4VJh;E 4I~:OCTOBER 11. 1909





SHOW SMALL INCREASE

SOME $175,00*11010ORE ADDED TOF O

TAX ROLL THIS YEAR.


Greatest 11flcreas Haes Be"~ on Real

ead ll Run to Was idmty 1t Mrs. Lyde Bowers Pearce, wife and beneficiary of telate ~

-Harry Linwoodccarce of Gainesville, insured Under Policies No. 205'7-8 in Th..
A]. 'hua County now ha. an assestivilaiZ hich makes Compn y.~ Our re- wasti n h ratr w pto ro:
it rank "UOut fourth Is the list o* coun-ntac a ewti oehe atrr'iti rf fe d
u- :tile State for valuation.
Tt 1roual Proyell baa decrens- "Fr ~ r XV DEEo
ed C k i d.rably SWnce the last assebsIdent. Ljt this is accounted for by A co An o" M[rs Peare-e's letter and a fae-piimile itf ouir elieck are pre~sent-ed herewith
the (,!(t tilat a very large percent- as evidence that thle
5,!the 1 110111te plants hale ceaFted () a~.,v hue turpentIne razd
lunj.:)tj* are Luoib inactive to whu,.
'a. rv last year. but with all ofr
la~t ,. r %%ill run In the nelghbora0 ~ ;..*the greatest part of It be- PIT4 itq1 Claim-, \T %;'%1GHT mid therehv renlder flijRInial Rill gt ai times when it is niewt iu'eelt.t
iig ji, r.-al ehiate value.
Taax ts e-zur Colson, who has jutA~
LETTER FROM MRS. PRARCE.
~ 1.,.dhis books, and who bas' Floridla Life insurance Co., Gievle l. c.2d ,9
inad a total of the entire work, gives Jacksonville, Fla. 01evle l. c.2d 99
~, iuaitn a fllos:Gentlemen: I wi!'. to thank YOU for your check In the sumn of WOM0000 which has just been handed mne tky your District Alont, Rt-al estate ...........$2,943.340 Mr. B. R. Stripping of Ocala, In full settlement of my claim under Policies No. M*OPS held by my late husband, Dr. Harry L, Peare.
Iltflroaui property ......:1,755,178 Proof* of lose were forwa:.ed to your office last night, reaching there this morning, and Check In payment Issued And forwarded im.
TtlIgr; ph property ... 23,355 medlat~Iy.
Tirjetiillne privileges 2,460 The dispatch with which this olaim has been har died clearly de~monstra~.e the advantage Of dealing with a Homne Company,
Flvr~oal property ..... 1,410,S40 thereby avoiding delays In making settlements.
Dr. Pearce took cLt thee Policies leest than 19 months ago and at that time was Ill perfect health. Hsutml et
Total ............... 16,135,178 forcibly shots the wisdom cf securing protection afforded by Life Insurance when In an insurable condition.Hiunmeydt
Wlife this year's books will show Your immediate ard satisfactory payment Of MY claim Is very much appreciatled, and you have MY best wishes for the con.
thb iirva!e of some $75,000, It is tinued success of the tried and proven, FLORIDA LIFE. Very reepectful,y
snail %ith 1%hat Tax Assessor Folson (Signed) LYDE BOWERS111 PEARCI, fqeneonij, Iv I
etai,- that next year should show.
N. *it-rrlFes are. developing awl aw
buiii,- in all lines in resuming oper.
aiioiis, and as a result these will all
to ili* in the assessment another
)oar 'Ii. re are also a number of 2
that were started too late .
wh.-t:ar to be assessed and this *1--!it Iwll InJg the amount for

Th-- lwmks will be ready to turn li'' U 5 1V
ove~r t" tlif commissidners at their O T 2I
8,4i' rj:,l ttueIng next Monday.

r'..~IL OF MR. PARKER. "

l .', ber of friends Followed
--:malns to Cemetery.
Froni Sutidaysjl Daly Son:noAAto ffiam
Ti. futoijal services of the late ..
li Parke.r Avere held from the faily) ca a L
r~i ht Saturday afternoon at .1-- - - - - -- - - - - -
udk alif] c-oncluded A Evergreen --*tr' here the body was laid to e;rtIl" n
Thet. (i f I )r. Itav l insuring hise life wsanoble oewtorthy of emulation by every f itlior, I. tusbanti, i.n \ir lit Ik, r. it will bermmeedh-1llit lt I I far .h I rt&e -41 f t i. .tt' .hi l-tt -10 -na -l on,~l~













he Was thereagh LAL ADVERTISEMENS
FREAT ofEREST 5S subt te aiscs Ing In the LOR DIVORCE.
"Posesodfl~bulau~~t n the Circuit Court, L
CENTERED AT EETIN S so h me"f tS a""d "Maeele tjicng in E&oa" t a troubL OR DVORC
CWHED T WM.d them At lengt0, dwulling paticular.
iy upontbe ftc tha th time for A&. is*ta noW ckf tik Ing the thwdft kthat W%69 'Circuit, Alachua Cotilj1
s ALon WS. mow. ousen r***,wa Ps Dig It on! Can't Int rid of t Houe sea iChancery-- s. F,
ITIZENS ALleAYS ALIVE 70 that the Indiys meet and dtnase, a ld& You n ed cation, Bill for
CAUSE OF EDUCATION. and with their asditance latan o 5 It appearing by ati j
as ae to resa th bill filed in tla
., ~ irnfo tho' meetiu. Pcbr onans healln ZUIt o 1 zseta lc Sq,,Lj
Dr. O. A. hjurre, president ot Whe ~eueta lc
neurt House Was Peaked PFIday Ofae t-a a b01 of ttherein named, j,
Evening to Hear AddresWS this occasion, afid while be has en 1dent of the city of it
of "perie. a resident of Ginesille only a short State of North Carolina, tI
while the. citilsl. ftily realize tbt Od WBM 9 igs-n in the Stat I ut
he is the right man in the wu _ld biod o al s1u v
A Bo aturday'ok l N"' at~a the, tilvrt.4 nd t qsy do would bif Maidts. d0fv
rIom turd' Dtly N ai t -)t.N.- 0. PHILLIP& Mra C, Whiner of Atanta GI., she is over the agf,0
The educational rally which hee b ,.el wore stisAid tba evir that the alliMrs lmuel )L Woods of Tamps, years; it is thert'for
been mentioned freqtl ai the e~ :stitation is tisdG to press 0n- Seautiful "tributs to One of Gaines Pla. ie s. also survived.by Is hereby required to
esl columns here fot the pat feW '.r his able mpitaneent the ad- vilws Set Citiren grandebidren. Other relatves ta this Bill of Complaint filed
days was a grand success in S9 '. Pr. Marphree was Alled with Dr. Newton DeKalb Phillips, whose State are: Mrs. W. W, Hampton and On Or before Monday. ti
way, and the large assemblage pros- wiany -Impertant po at d was remains were laid to rest In Evergreen famly, Mrs. C. J. Richards and fam. October, A. D. 190,4, othr eut Friday evening at the court house esosely listened to by the audience. Cemetery on'the 7th lnst., had prae. Ily. and the tamliv of Mr. B. F. Jor* M bsaid et i tS hear the question disctseed is an Dr. W. H. Tribble, present of 00-Cmtr ste7hjihdpa. 1,adteanl fM.B~ ooiiened by said defvei~d;tt,i
ticed medicine in Gainesville for thirty dan. I is further ordered
assurance that education Is alive in lumbla College, was present and made Y only retiring from practice POW men Who have lived to Gains& be published once a-wteek
aInesville. a short and most Interesting address ao Uyearsr from rct i e wen wo aversally loved and hecuie w e inwThe
Among the more prominent speak* on the Question of education. His re death. fi.wee one of the most- skSl r"sected as Dr. Philllps, and the 80nt Ae wsaper li
a who were here last night, and who marks were timely and highly appre- th. res one of lost ap of Dhe buieis hosso the Thn September lmh
W ad traveled a great distance In order elated by his heagrers. ful surgeons in the South, a"d Osg of losing of the business hOVses Of the This September 10th, 1'
adbewth t e aieatvdie peoe la t by. hisn eanrscho o the pioneers of advanced surgery in city that all alght attend his funeral A true copy of original be with the Gainesville People Ad Dr. dean of school of edu- Florida. He was at one time president ceremnies was an evidence of that (Seal) S I:
st them in their Meeting, waS Sea. cation at-. the University, addressed Of the State Medical Association of love ad respect. ,For mor than tbfiBy!Clrk (h r
D. u. Fletcher of Jacksonville, the meeting, dtating the importZMdO By At. S. ci~i
Dc tFlorida, and his opinions have ever years he was a famlils fgure On the EVANS HAILE,
Dr. Tribble of Columbia College of the work that had been outlined, been held in the highest esteem by streets of Gainesville, one of hir lead- Solicitor for Comn
it LAke City. and 'be hope that much good would blseollgues ,throughout the State. era. sad one of her most distinguished
State Superintendent Holloway, who result from the steps that d bea He wasl a ba phystela, a brought cities. On every pa96 Of her bis. NOTICE.
is ever on hand to advance the edu. taken. to the aid of his skill, confident. gen- tory to those years his name will be Notic is hereby given t.
'atonal interests of the Statg, was Whfle he ws not oIn the program makers that Aspired coafdce written, and always In letters of gold. of Adinistration on ti W maner, tht Iapird'cn~dece rittn, ad away let Of 1 -Frank E. Bryson, dect-aso-i, 1
-here and was made to feel good at as one of the speakers. Ho. W. A. In his patients, sad gav them cour- During the yellow fever epidemic of granted to the undersign.:.
e manner to which is old home city Sowang redidate for the U. 8r b ein t' age to Aght disease. Bleesed with a 1888 he gave his adrvioes as a physi* claimed and demands again i sme to the front la this ost import- Was Present an t meing H.ied She physique, straight, tall and ba- clan, and was also a member of the estate must be presented for [uit question. e tone oddresed the meeta.ce te se ha was regarded as one of the bhard of heidth. .While ministering to withebe rredu I11r
it was regretted that Governor O1l. one outlined the laprtance of the most strikingly distinguished looking others he contracted the fever and due said estate must he
ehrist was unable to attend this meet. question and said he would give his men In the State. came near losing his own life, administrator. A. 0. STEE\11 1,;
jng, and while he made every *fort InfTuence and time to further the In- Though devoted to his nww atd State A consistent Christian, he wa very September 9, 1909. A: r
to get here, he was delayed at terests of education whenever called of Florida. and keenly intereted in prominent In church work, and was ,'Quincy on some other matters, but upon by the people to do so. anything pertaining to ber welfare, tor many years vestryman and junior BUSINESS CANL-D'#
be is interested in the work and will l Hoe. D. U. Pletcher, U. 8. Senator, Dr. Phillips was a native at Missislp. *&ren of Trinity church. let with the Gaeresville people at w#s one of the main speakers of the pl. having been born In Hines oanty, Por several years he had been In RANK CLARK THUS W I
later date. occasion, ad at this time he showed that State, May 80th, 1835, and while failing health, and a recent accident, CLARK & FIELDING
Another important fact that the edu* that he bad given the mater some still a child removed with bi parents resulting in a broken hip, hastened LAWYERS
(MWtIonal rally ok Friday night aroused thought, for his remarks were highly to Jasper county, same State. In 1800 his death, which ocerred at the rest* old materest in Gainesville in edu. resolved by those present t. he graduated from Jefferson Medical dence of his son-in-law, Wylie Travis, ftaete s asil courts, Mtate us
national matters is the quick way In Col. R. E. Davis responded to repeat- College, Philadelphia, and at the out- in JadhonvillO, on the 6th inst. For. edral.
Jthich the ladies took up the matter, ed calls. ad to a few w r- break of the Civil War entered the teately, nearly all the immediate Otices over Gainesvil" Names
,nd following the session, which last- marks fully endorsed the propaganda Southerp army as battalion surgeon, members of his family were present Bank. Gainesill- l' ra
'pt for some time, they at once organ. as it was submitted, by the learned Smith's Battery, Army of Tennessee, I his lA months. .
ed and made arrangements for speakers, gad stated that in behalf of
er eeins hih retobehed heelisasofGanesvile he felt participating in many of the most Thu ends the mortal career oi a j 0A. WILLIAMS,
er meetings which are to be held the eitsea t Of thatisit wofld sanguinary battles of the war, among good man who cherished the highest ATTORNEY-AT I. l
the question thoroughly agitated. justied In stating that this aty would them the great battles in the vicitaty Ideals and lived up to them; who ne*- Practices in State and Feder I Courts. This will be the second organisation ever be found &live ad Working for of Chattanooga. -He was a flue con. er shirked a duty; who, though gentle Ofcs ea e
It Its kind in the State, and much good the Interests Of edation Bilace the v aonalit, and many who enjoy. and sympathetic as a wompae become Vfliea Cedar Key a:
tWt doubtless result from the meeting. early days. and in the time of the "Broatio~it andle mlny who eneoy- and (,p:,tcasawo bcm
Y. diesofite 4 his intimate acquaintance will re. masterful In time of stress, fad who, Bronson on Mondays, and Dr. J. L. Kelley, superintendent of old East Florida Seminary, Gaineile m er his description Of avig lived a clean, beautiful life, WRnsoday to Saturday, t
giounty schools, presided over the was looked upon for her edetional those stirria s approasehed his end Gaiesville otace liamn r
ts and gave some interestiag advantage, and the people ia this day Dr. Phillips was twice married. His "Uke one who wraps the drapery Ctty's store
fAets and figures concerning the a. and time would maintain that high drat Wit, who was Miss Annie Jor. of his couch about him -________store.
vancement In school work In the reputation.
ntymentin statedcho whilk in th Cpone n rdan, lived but a year after marriage; And lies down to pleasant dreams."
county, and stated that while the in. Congressman Frank Clark was next adh esaamridi 89a -D .A oa
cras hdben ot atsfcor, tcale po. e ulyenose teand he woo. again married in 1869 to Dr. A. DolIan
erease had been most satisfactory. It called upon. He fully endorsed the Miss Kate Jordnas, who survives him. It its worth more to someone em had not compared with the increase movement and felt that it was proper Plve children were born of this mar- than to you--no matter what it I-* V, ETE RIN ARIAN
In population, at all time to advance school inter-ae and but two are now huIng- a want ad will be a good Investment
State Superintendent W. M. Hollo. eato. This is the first movement ever I1i 1 ft
way followed the remarks of Dr, Kel- made In the history of the State In
ley and, as on all former cessions, this line, and he felt that it could *oteM-gD ha Ote
the head of the State educational in. and would bring results with the as- M iss T ebeau's S chool -------terests was found to be at his thst statance of the dear jahites, and he. e as m this subject, and gave some very kaew that was ever comlang from __TIR DIOCUAN SCHOOL OF FIWRDA- 'o .P IO
ttrsInsa information orwhich wil ansil.As lar 'always the caee gg) gjgal Uff
ease in Gaineuville and Alachua of the most interesting delivered, and MQ. .e0 waST MAIN STREST, S. GAINESVILE, PLORIDA. DBALER III REAL 13TA1
equty. The remarks of Superintead- while it was only impromptu, IL pro,. ypgsesato oa uo
4gat Nolloway were heartily reelved ed to be full of iaterest, and he clos. OM____,Isresdoor________'er______or__________*rhe elicited the closet attention ed by stating that hIs adopted hom ees. P.O. Bos M (i1,*~ eh
( i blearers. would fully maintain the hish ad ao-. iioo'fos f tse'
Capt. 0. M. Lynch. hoholds the blheuaini a ae a bls
eair of secondary education in th amongthue Brat to advance edeestion. b
State University, was the next speak. A telegram was read from the la' F. Ii, MYEE~R, Mnae-er in order, and the aaer in which dies of Mariana station that an orhe nandledi the queaition showed that analsation had bean perfected as the
Lai l'adcational Association as a ____ Afo are~t
Y~uNG MEN, LEARNreut of the big rally held ia thatICI K
plaes on last Tesday nlsht, as they Don't eda, frnn
r~P ~ uy detred to be recogalaed as the Iret _____ood___as__th__s.___.__.,______---___*
5of its kind to the State. TH SUeoT

Telegraph Operators Are in8a A Sah~tM mSis or recklessnessH SofPDIT
Demand. estaaeftey thuese outime_______________________________S*?4 thIs toyour eppotuntyt to a oo dacil whe e s son as a thoroughly smt*M
anrn a Brutelase trade that pays a It eaters it's stomach it is eats byAbtetcnol I
-odslr every month io the you or ms.~ That's th reason ear baby Aatatcnol
There will be agreater demnd for Is ailiag, creos, pasty-faced ad this. whn yes have be
Telegraph Operators this Pall and Oive it White's Cream Verulfasa It eu.
Winter than there has buss for as sa will epel the warm ad set us ateste____________________ aesc a
years past The pleminent railroads fo hibt. Sott by W. M. Johnson. IIinWhy tk uhti
of the South and othe parts of theteeatoanAtr ~"United Stat.. are wrillag a5 to qutifty A tha setetoe*re a teOst woka itra
as mnany young men of gocharste Paeas at Pae Akata Rose Oueorkina--r"
*:o r their service as wel peesibly ean ty. oeay afteseho. funeman er.'u yOul in muol9 than One Way. It in
Wetrast that the relIable, a0itesO A. Kae of th ptaag atH wu 1908'9 for times of want and mistor- M .CST SMC0
ter's of the south will ral tO senses ay -man sa to sech tone It is espital to use when 30ou see .
agidee opportunity. ans uteat that he 414edarty Tueday
Gar staenata quality for service to mods Th **** .wsabu .s a pod business opportunity. All the
strm to six mns We seen wo oldea me i.. n varies time your money is in this bank, it
an as~~.~ s eie abort Ii ago fre Bi-i Mi6. earns you FOU'R PER CENT INTER*.**** s**n' ah -u P 7 hrThsfa~ eie. We invite your account, small or
our tulite to reaasable. soard at ap
tow rate; NeWm is eutremt e eknlnyeatgtedeaeme
healtul* See easte; excellent









OWat" fit" is SNORtT.
THEATRE'WA
GLADv TNFiTON Bn al Hearing Sefor. Supreme Curt
The Mial hearing In the writ of er.
MANY LITEWA~ AEGIEVLE attorneys at It. H. Owen will be heard
GLAD NY______ In Tallahassee by the 19th of the pree. lm n'f s
ent month. the time having elapsed al e1n2. SoIme women auft "m Utely a4
by that time. moe--ul t~ tw tt blt "h
oar Th et tth CAPIAL ..... ..... 575,96061 This wit was sued out on the 22nd little pain or whether 4oasferha 1
forThi Eeftat heof July and was rnade returnable In should take Wine of Cardui and
BairdI ....ll nine200.9 uty days, which expires on the (wl rJ io a saenatunlme ~ 4
_7" SU LUS .... *5250940above dat4. and which will deffuitely prepared fimel ro h 14 z
Frm-trA4u*.8. decide for hiS 924ec11000 OP Whethet Peufit It a efly on he a nue
p.*~~w SatUIUUJW ~~ be will be granted a new trial. .5 .,A. --
The iar lYb~ .pekdOwen has reeguntl become sullen lov s~higt an tos to the whole yts
TWeAn)' e~l t h with the Dava) county authorities, and
theart,1,aty f Th Ifs wichWasonly a few weeks since attempted to s%, to the little loj.* and girls ot OFFICERS: take his own life, but wasn prevented
tt ia rulg%" -M P to the by being placed In a ml cell and T
A, Of t' diele yea n. W. Rt. Thomas, Prusident. deidayhn htb ol om t IfL
pullifli all of Tburvdy Iand Friday ,dild armft wthatholdcmi
the Office was at tUrs misaged by 0. K. Broome, First Vice.Preuldeni oiyhr ih the littleoe aau.ta t o oeent W. BL To'or, Second Vice-Presideni PITTSUR,14; DETROIT 1.Fn l o ma T n c

ur tenpted cblidr6 wa tejoed one 0 Turner, Cashier. Pirates Detet the Detroit Tigers In h I leVuu Ws~aoRin~ s~ T'g4Crdlqftit
bait w) mluch' 02 We ehis c sion. erm Ilaf l Series '%rdi hog d=9 more for meaa &dslb..Ls aia
The Sul', rea1zi"g that Such a Nationtur a Lea g ue tem W s with fmellaamm~tIft AM8 0sltid a dodwo but to
%Nfl ould be highly appreciated. _- The Pittsburg Naioa 1Wagu team so I,, M.,.d. Tqd &n .f h"& ws" *a
alld 'It tjt, same UiMe U rmembered ysedydho h eri ies yha RMtitn mbh wan m
b) lit, little ones, matd rmagements champions of the American LagueTqa
~ Mssi VoleA M~olu~ orDIRECTORS: to the finkt game of the world's chain AT A L DRUG T M
1roy and tedeed the Show to 41.K. Broome J. Q. Nlehele Tohei seriedsm yI thbsoe oflaytod
fte., without any strings or at- The seoL gadgee M. beeplaye
tach!Ix)ts. With the teaut that we H. PDtt V.eTabm" today In Pittsburg, after which both
111 just 291 tickets for their en- H.t utn .~ eamns will joarbey to Detroit, where
J. A. Maultaby. W. BL Tpyier ba will Dwa Monday and TUeeday.

Ti;large number, added to the )ethsday sda they towill play toA m en il Be T u h

a:d ~hth mnaemstand The In nf umber of gaum to settle the matter,. l n A e n ~ n .
asseble int the plce4 Per Ce..nt. Paid s" e gaows aid if it eqirs ha aB
IL ,~ ,..~ be national commission will decide E
SavingCs Diepartmlent the city in which the final game is WBIG*.Ot .Wt h oko *mln ea t0
AM obe played. WDIOIN c.7-ihtewr fasmln ea to
Sun ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ eoa feet hihyrladfrtespedd?10o W Prt Myers, VsC, roster- with Mr. Wright superintending
D)r. SW aldo wayn felhichlye~h a re ceaid forsees the aplenildsujctoday of the Wright eroplane owned Job. About The first thing lernd
by the children, for it Is not only an croup Is a sum indication of 'the ap- y h drene a oe n a md wee huei ng a th an rplanv entertainment, but is also a place of preach of the disease. If Chamber- d*o at 0olg Pak May.f wecr e a elpie ah nro fy 'learning for them to a certain extent. lain's Cough Remledy Is given A once th wof the arlifttwasign corp adeldoa the' coande D)E~N I S .~ T The attractions that are booked for after the croupy cough has appeared oe fteavrwsbgnIn "odo hoe"cmnno
___________________________ the Electric Theatre at the present it -will prevent the attack. Contains eastrco.Wibr rgh isten rgttonstgatre
!Ieaetebs hthsee enno poison. Gold by all druggists. trcr.started to pi y of the boards of As
N given in the city. All of the motion otrlyslsnensadq yhs ,utIxn
His Auwvu Is dectures are of the new style and flick- St. Aulrtluoe board of aldermeon ar stMaor woriler. that of packing and &crews at the tWA) a I tbe
-riesst, while the illio-trated songs are considering an ordinance Itended to reassembling the aeroplane. Today comes off." 1,hp t'o, cul.itied, h-1g-(1d nlKhtiV 2nd are, aiway, new requIrs absolute cleanliness about the more advanced ie',on-of soarnpt motor, the most vital part of Mie BrSme Rugagie~ F~utch, all (111 :q l the dairies furnishing the city's mIlk in the air mnay be wtLaivisted, A 39' 1 ln
mown hoy. n who Inquite :1 hivoriie. Is upply. It Is a very exhaustive docu- eorday. Lietonant 1.ahmi. who ',I Lietat. lAho) predicted tht the
Enst She Spii :hp etar vaude01 li'uttrh~i)to for the ment and covers the entire matter charge of the slgvmI raips' ai'ro;'it -hlae would not be reasembled
______ e(k. Hli superiors art' not to be Most thoroughly. dietachment. will be The pupl to v. 'Iately until after several haM ,
found in these parts '. lst 11paiw)I he By 8:80 o'clock yesterday lnori.n' liI bor today. The probability of:
wasconectd wthlialo~ Sln-the aeroplane had bee loaded mt. light early this morning was out.
Pr3e ife1 strels. now Cohurnel,. wAn he is in- n- wagon at Fort Myers. and the jown. the qedmtios, be thought.
_____________ aining the same high istuidard of ex. C ~AS TLJ IIA to Colsige Pasrk was begun, The v. n- iemight be attempted lae ils
1no-"cellence he won during him. career t a hine Was Only Paitlafy diemasti' lay. Mlorts are being put fet%
Mr. W1Wg and Liemu.. lahu au. sks rapid progress, sad Mr.
amwith this aggregation of artists, roKW Yu n ft L" ho Humplireys were awaking foar the said his pupil* will remain at
Ginesville Hariwts1wa CL. HAD EYE KNOCKED OUT. M*Cb iiehn* when the Us". arrved at Park over night, while t". trials
nor th 0ol1"s Park at :8 So 'elok. The I going on, It In said.
Became Engaged in -Scrap" With
New stock of D. & Another Negro Thursday. D oa f~tPw chnfn W ni
Mew Foo D Bal AndS br oug o j ()f fPrida %a Dr. Ais Dolanu W~ W tiU Wank..








mat de the trin .h fe i
*VtH n-rn anD car and hive had A bute 41it ter



da lItm f h i y. H.. endwl staenda the ndtio of WL SNveral_________cOUYT coNDENsED .1 W. Williams Of Judson was
,mong the visitors to the city on Fri- .. M A
ETRG OF GENERAL INTEREST t:.,.t section Is dry and that rain is
*KCUR90 By SUN REPORTERS. It-zlly needed to produce the frwqb
&..rdens which the people delight In
at Has Happened and What Is Go. ati this season.E Mrs. H. 0. SA.allbones of Wliing- r CD mee
Ing to Happen-PersonaI and t-n, N. C., arrived In the city yesterSocial items of the City. eny and will spend the next several
ape isys here visiting her mother and al~em Friday's Dailytc'rs. She wasn formerly Miss Wells Enag d""' alA t civ
F.riay aa rG friends who will n larged and R eo ed, Making th e M ost Aa nr DaP e s
S9imeon Coward of sleirose was ~pesdt gi ethr
sacting business in the city yes-e daughtr areeasd to at St h
I. city o n route to Tamps,-where This ,e._,on.
Mrs. J. A. McElvey as returned ss will make their future home,
roye a pleasant visit to friends at where the former's father, Col.
Akcintosh. T. W. Prr s s, is engaged in business.
D. Luther of Old Town was Ira has been In the West since laamong those registered at the Brown Ing Gainesville several years ago. U AT C FOR O UR ,r nn /
)louse yesterday. Capt. J. W. Carter, one bf the pio0. T. Torlay, a progressive citizen, neer citizens of Micaliopy, was a via Which Will be Announced Froiw This Space at an Early Date.
-9 Melrose, was transacting business [ter to the city yesterday For a nu
In.. the city yesterday. ber of years he was one of the most
W. 1. Lock of Wilco-,. was In the active business men of that place and ------yesterday and made The Sun an worked a large number of men when
eable call. He reports business he was engaged supplying rock for
ly In his sectiov the Jetties.


Mis Jmossite voiiors bo anreurne M... Atwter of igSr ngs. |Ot sokiaslueynw ndwseecdwth ratc ea ost .
dm an extended visit to New York was among the visitors to the city UR NEW MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
I ate.The many friends and ad- yesterday, having come on a combined
-- of this popular young lady are shopping and pleasure trip. She has
to welcome her back home. attending.... daughter wo Int Will be under direct management of Miss Lukens, who is tloroghly asF. Barry, one of the successful private school of Miss Tebeau and quainted with the demands of this section, having been for siX coiecutiv
ers of the Alachua section and'a who has now entered upop her third yasin Mimi Fl., filling a position such as only an artist could do.
ly eteepied friend of The Sun, year at this place.
among the visitors to Gainesville E. G. Spencer of Alachua was a Our stock is absolutely new and was selected with great care as to '.ty~lt
_terday. He made this office an visitor to the city yesterday. He
able call. IIs acting in the capacity of deputy tax and quality, and with all this we respectfully solicit comparison. Our corp.;
'4mank Dexter, who to engaged In c-ollector for High Springs and Alach- of trimmers is busy preparing for this great event. See us for style and v'alue,
sawmill business on the Suwannee ua in behalf of Collector Dickinson,
r, ii among the visitors to the city d says he Is meeting with fair urVig day.
a umber of years he and his fam- cess collecting'up the personal taxes. l a I
iv were residents of this city, hav. There are a number ini these two die-__... '_,,_'_ __'_
been located on University street. tracts which are behind for two years
Mrs. L. A. Lambert of Baltimore Is or more and it is this class that are IuIercI te guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harry the hardest ones to collect from. Both fmeW
Towson, 206 E. Court street. She is From Sundays Daily Sun. W I SO COP N Patterns
Accompanied by her daughter, Miss 'A. Hadsock of Alachua was a wel- ,
Vivian, who will make her home here come visitor to The Sun office yesterF d attend the Graded and High day. children and states that the change YOUNG MEN WANTED. FOR $ALL
School. 'Hon. J. A. Roeborough of Windsor has caused considerable inconvenience
Joseph Holder, one of the proml- was in the city yesterday on his usual and delay among the children. Government Pays From $600 jo $,600 CABBAGE' PIANTS rewli ':.,
seat planters of the LaCrosse secl'on, weekly trading visit Peter Bailey and A. R. Robinson, A Year, No Lay-Offs. $1 per 1,000. T. K. G;,
was among the visitors to the city W. H. Ellis of Worthington Springs, two industrious colored farmers of the Free Scholarships Are Offered. Florida. sterday. lie states that the firm, an old subscriber and valued friend of Monteocha section, were In the city Railway mail clerks, postoffice FOR SALE-Cheap for ch ,
are busy with their crops and The Sun, was In the city yesterday yesterday and renewed their sub- clerks, city carriers, rural mail car- engine, boler and eight ha: ,l
nUy are now making preparationi and made pleasant call at this office. scriptions to'The Sun. They both rN riers wanted. mules. A bargain Aidlr, i; Y
the fall cane-grindings. Mrs. J. P. Hauknight and daughter, port that section badly In need of rain Examinations in the vicinity of Bevilie, Alachua, Florida
Dr. Frank MoRae. one of the prtomi- Visa Eva, are spending a few days and the cotton crop exceedingly shoft. Gainesville soon. Short hours, salary
citi cits of Melrose, was vl with friends and relatives in the Mica- Mrs. W. A. McNally left yesterday twice monthly, annual vacation and FOR SALE-Four goo( R O the city yesterday. H nade uopy section. They will return this afternoon for Lake Butler, where she life position, weigh about 1100 pouniuk,
trip through the country ih his week. will Join her husband, who has been Thousands of appointments are to wagons and two suts hai:, .
w car, and like all the phy. sIanh. J. R. Williams, one of the prominent there for the past few weeks. Mr. be made. Common education is all $800 cash. J. A. lla... t ,.
findlng this mode of travwlit, ..iach citizens of Citr, was among the McNally has quite a "Job" on his hands you need; city and country people Florida.
better and cheaper in the end. visitors to Gainesville on Saturday. cementing that bustling little town, have equal chance and political I%.
J. J. Call of L.aCroase-no, he says Jack's Oalnesville friends were pleas- laying sidewalks, curbing, gutters, etc. 'luence Is unnecessary. Free scholar- FOR SALE--tot 10oxI,., f.
,Vooter Pond is hit, place of residence edMiss Alice Butler, who is attending hips during October and November. West Main and i1owiiht V
--was in the city yesterday attd re- H. A. Pickett of Newberry was No time to lose. Write to Central Half cash. balance (n (,,:,
ewed his ,ubscriplton to The Sun. iniong the visitors to the city yester- the Southern Denthl College in At Schools Dept 1003 Rochester N Y with eight i)'r cent iht, r. H
titl^#1bf"liln ), ant&, returned to resume her studtc cols et .03 ohstr .Y
ieo is one of Th,, Sun's oldest and ,lay. He says the condition of that lat.rtre or~uehrsult_____McCrearv.
i, II.vauedfr~ud.,aud it always' ..ectli'n tS dry' and the farmers are ,'obtera.Tiwilopet l,
imkes the editor fre'l hctt,,r to iltki badly hii !need Of rain. iiuter's third )year and she will have 'T'le awake pe o read5 the wanlt FOR SALE-,000 buM,i I- V
"oetbn.JeNcinyo aaot a only otie more to attend befor9 reeiv- til.. every da--n amswhra some al pier Rust-Proof Oats tI ..
An ic e c'ruanl sUpper will be gives visitor to the city yesterday. Its ing[ her diploma as a fulifAegpd tent- Pricdosta Addes 1. 1h'l
,. N. Swlhey's home, about brought along aloadof chickens which WgrAN T.S.No ,
= mter of a mile front Judsun, on the found ready pale in the Gainesville *ir. and Mrs. H. L. Rosenbers.r o'. agr .F D o .II, ,
thof this 1mouth, to raise money mark,,t at good lIrices. Tacoma were among the many shop dsa a
Pne(|rverhrch Al ae 11 'ae ~nab.elt fr hepas fw oaenber~er states that the vegetabe --- .-, -_ -- A --.0 ars,:..
Pie--ecu-.Al r n 'benas'a o h las t'fe 1m are experiencing great troubhi WANTED. Spring Park Farm; ..
w-iled te attend nid vs a good time asoulths v'islting at their summer home etn othirpnsoleuto eleven mile. from (;ah,,..'d ssit i ~oo c~selu ain. rtured o Glnevlle lshe dry weather, and that rain would )V/NERS8OF REAL I TATE-A'e milles from Cadillac; I.
io. u, W. A. lBlount of Pensacola, knight for their winter's stay. t highly appreciated in his section. haie customers for lands in Alachua good phosphate laW:l w_Iho is a candidate for tiets Inited John Holly. the nmerchtant-stockman _.county', large and small tra-ts, am- Sprngs.~ in Mart (,'
States Snte,. ii. aumong the ironlent )f Arrodondo. was in the 'It ))'eter. JNFORTUNATE COLORED PEOPLE. prunJed and unimproved. If you nice houses and lot., h, [I :-,w'lltom t { e ct)' Whle rrehe ty. Is s vii~gedin lpll~vl| eathave anything to offer in this ine, ville. hi. B. SauHI, r.s
"i s a guest of t'ong~redsnnn Frank ",,, the markets. here and thi:, alon( Charlie Morris and Family Lose Home write us. ,The Karn Realty Co.. ___-Clark of West (iaiueaville. ?Mr. Ilhlont krcps lii tinte ,ell oceuldt,. anid Contents. Tampa, Fin.. I.. I* 47 FOR RENT.
-; wll visit several inlts in Soth Fioe- in the game of football between the Charlie Morris, colored, who lives THiE HlGHlEST market price paid for ACMEg APARTMENT IIit |dn the ilterest of his candidacy. t'niv, cruety and Athletie teams Friday near Kanajaha. lost his home and con. eggs, poultry, potatoes, both kinds. scinville, V. 3. Sblhii,,? t Peuu S.Audy J. a1ily Sfluet. a a'ff ton 0 thfrer n the coretd tents early Slaturday as the result of andany produce the seso affords. Nice, comfortable rou,, V '
3.lio Ao th. ,Strikln ofge tr a s a ht un frtom Oherln mar prevted o a fire ahich be claims was of iben Write for quotations. We have the abl rites. Roomers 1.,'I i
-vi itrt h iY)sed .the Su ro m anngds.orero diary origin. The house was one ol best market for the next six ftimttha g wek Rates remasr.
b, rs. W, I.,. Jackson of Archer was th rud.the tbest In th.at section, having b er in the South. Mohr & Son, Comin.i ....-.
-.amlotg the visitor. to the city y-ester- J.GU. Rawle, one of the pominent erect,'d several .cer ala to" 1 o,. o! sion Merchants and Seedamen. St. lau there eoetzuang g' .!.i7l
,iay, -itiaens of Alarhua, was transactingt the Northeru families aho reeided Ptrbr.Foia I lofrystdy
:W. lD. Iinaisyo11. a Prominen~t elti. blle inl the city 'y-tedy He ,h.rc at that time. M(orris lost every-
slea Of Old Tohanl. is amlongl the 'l- "a)s the furmers are tadly In e' hiuigl i! thi. house except the organ._______________.lIors to the {l~v ,ff rainl inl his si-etin anld that t'aglt* yei him dog btiag burne. hisl wife
I3, W. lllicau of Waldo, one of the 'ud r'otatoere', suffering. sa,, in the cit.y Saturday solkilting aid. -S I E ITATES EFw lT R---lags uituii rduesi h L Rutledll ad C. Fleming, two and asks The SaD to thank all whs. m
eastern part of the county, was trm uccsesfui colored farsr who ir Iindl" contributed to them. She wa F
---,lth~ bsinssIntl~ Ity e~~rdy.'1 the Rutledgte neighborhood.,ui frI:ei much pain as t.e result of
acigbsnesi h it et'a.h til it this office yesterday and re- st'-iiIng on a aal dulag bi h istN a io nltan
0.(] 1., |.oil ad L N. Long.t both ,I'r their auberption. Th,,y re to sa,,r some of' the furniture. and
FMq.rtesi 'v planters of Ca'dillac. were i'ot th- ctropl abon Ili n their sec" was almost frantic over her bosas~ ].VLL. ,RD
tore to th. city yesterday andtk ,heffRns idl imstth
*fle'll here msde an areeable call at h',Rine knl assedteOAN S RL U 'L RD
l.~ Bb. Kentard of Waldo iheited the ;,,uras. havigz knmoen the family for Cepital, $100,000.00 Rorniu, P '~
lill olh, e ,-Sy S atur1a. i states that w"rk several 'scarA. a bo he says are bqlu.
w. D). Futch, ato -as f,,rmerly ha's t-n. stard on the me- store tri,-,e ao o.rer" c1"..u'v o' ebe CONsERVATIVE..-PROORIF$.sI\':
0gkd I hi lnsla at High Springs. building of !! A. Williams at that neighb.rhow~l We titi, pbQsw in placingf ow a jem spw
_bet who is mow lotdil( at Slt. Peters- lar., and ibe '-sn eW1 be of brick, ipe~ to base ]ron writ rail oae aU iy emulis 'i'
be~rg, was ameasl the sthltors to the with plenty of roomn to accommodte NeU..I of Isee~wlleve.a teugomvip
tqtF rderda l~e rosleNotice is herebyr gtEa thit the flrw -F WR PER CE PAID lN OLYR i~T1osq DPA|:T\''
Mr and Mrs Harry B Cot, has. R, J. Haduock (or Alchl as acmosg heretore doing lli~ese at Arrher
ceturned from their bri4d trll,. which thc etl tion to the city Saturda. H. kwirotda. trader the amm of Hlodgeom 155- N. Ovm. Pus 3l 5. aiikw- t,.'
-' aa. ijiet in SWouth rlorida and s en Call dowln fot th.' I~po o l{ & Woo. :l~. Lr BaIrd. %'.mPwe.l L Om.-. wm "
of the poimts of the East C'oat Tb~y |lag hiumelf wth school honks for his 3. 3L HOt)OSO).

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