Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01258
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: October 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01258
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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train and will take with him Epitaclo
Amdor, maitre d'hotel at the national
palace, and Ramon Salgado, concierge
at the palace.
A special florist. and huge quanti-
ties of flowers will also be taken, the
Intention being to make the banquet
hall a scene of floral beauty uasur-
passed In any function tendered in
Mexico during recent years.
The carriages to be used by Presi-
dent Dima and his cabinet have al-
ready started for the border. Troops
which are to set as a guard of honor
during the meeting of the two execu-
tives will leave some time this week.
Massive Grecian columns are being
erected in Juares along the streets on
which Presidents Taft and Dias are
to parade. The columns are to be
surmounted by huge eagles. Extra
forces of decorators and men in the
employ of the Mexican federal govern*
ment were jet to work yesterday to
complete the decorations in time. The
work is also being pushed on/the
Benito Juares monument so that Gen.
Diua can lay the cornerstone of the
1117,000 shaft to the memory of the
man who forced Maximillilan from the
Mexican throne.
The Bus offer for callltg cards.

rpeje Operators To

lee tJkso nvie Oct.20

KSONVILL&, Sa ., Ot the conventUon. It Is expected that
Annual Conventim of thq Tar. at least two representatives of the
ne Operators' Ap"OlM WillDe b oret Service will be present and
in the auditqa t ,, t ln deUver addresses outlining the result
ade. In the it,'Of Jas~KRv of the Government's Investiations of
da. Wedaeeday id Thvredaj the ladustry. It will be a revelation
wr 20th sad liSt t The soe. to masy operator to learn of the o
will 11o-11 e n -ii i-.* at I0 a. teoave experlaeatl aod hsetaomal
d 2 p. a. es. work now beias conduepted by the
ery member of the Aseoeltsnm Government for the direst beaedt of
every man egaged directly or the manufacturer of naval stores.
etly in the nsaW ures i dutatry, The special agent of the Bureau of
her he has ever been aO med with Census, In chare of naval stores
.Ksoclation or uat, urged to at- statistical work for the forthcoming
this c ovemtl eemns, will also be presst. He will
actions of vital liiortace are advise with operators an to the man-
e frankly ap.d ee-s-elieuay Son- oer of preparilg ascedmles which
red, disaunsi aeg sated apem. every operator will be regalred to fill
is no tame gr -U. -mt d e t wMthis the, next few months.
but r se i One" of the plesema so t al(tm
besinBees *.ia .4 of t9m comveyso will be a bwI-ill
i)n tere 'ft b ob ten.eaed to the vWOfln Naval sUMW
.Pd sd. eTe uNee1 b0 t1 e bumese T tmee 6
he naval "._ofsllaJ tl m edlerute bant ever
chief of o d iv to a &a&e msruli to the
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been 6- the
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all doue "othe
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Juares, the d ele-
ing 6 eo the a611
d china 'banquet
of On
r 9 a 81r leave
carrying .t ervie.
t time "was used

ben tary
te for t tes, was
lined by l .at Cha.
tc Castle.' e omprises
I thoused. I apid to
re fav and l-i
or with d
royal .
custody o enm.O silver
p In tbhe Bar-
who will ot f all ar
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CHICAGO, Oct. .-John R. Walah.
convicted of misappropriatlon of the
funds of the Chicqo National Bank. ,
must serve the seAtence of fve years
imprisonment imposed by the trial
jury save In the event that the Su- '
ureme Court upsets the afirmatiou Ct y e Caused by lxob
of the verdict of guilty handed down
byi the United Stattes.01cult Court
of Appeals here yesterday. Counsel te of W~ Cy .
for Mr. Walsh in their appeal laid the
greatest Stress on what they allege NANAIMO. B. C., Oct. I.-Thirty feot was confined to the slope where
was a lack of criminal latent upon lives Are known to have beel toot ino occurred. AU Of the i n tho
tlihe part of the idetendant. In the aa exploalon that entombed more than other slopes and levels enteped
lengthy brief whleh they filed, much d ft men in the Extension mine of Nifty men were e o gag1 IN4 r0eu ,
law was quoted to show that the con- tme Wellington Colliery Company work. Hunorede of bnhtaMlts sad'
evicted banker, newspaper publisher here yesterday. ', aImere voluteered a, H the ab
and railroad owner used the funds of Twenty-ave of the Imprisoned e0n tare of the rosee WAo petclWd .
the bank in what he consaered a ,. were rescued, but the rapidly spprad* more than fty boing esg ad.
gitimate manner. The opinion of the lns are prefeited the reeom from The raee rie hoped the flame
court of appealed, written by Judge completing their work. Rlght t4ha woMld die dow e so a to, pert the
Humphrey and handed down by Judge were reovred the wo f e wte eee of the -Oe but their
Grosseup. is brief and confined almost last night, who were masttql every AONqs seeed ple ll,
wholly to the quto of c ial ort to force further entrance s The exploslot waN e to An da
intent.' The allegation that Juror the two .levels sPeeled by t e, ti # he t be In two le Is at OeM a .
Palmer was unduly Influenced is d* o. ln In ua effort to save a'y "who asn atitg, and the N6epresaMdg with
missed with a word, and but little be living, and4 to recoover the bI ie great rapidity. *
more is wasted In eHminating the a0 of the dead before they are eam md. Reldents of Nasatan Wei b eeb
legation" of Inconsistency and reitg. The fre was ooastantly adding prevented fr ta m lg to Se4It0 s
nancy. headway, and while it ontinsue there where the disaster osurmd, and qly
--- little hope of- the resans beias rescuers, miners and oftelabt are em
TWO ENGINES COLLIDI WITH able to reach the imprisoned med. the scene.
FATAL RESULT ON 1. C. IfOAO. All the men rescued were badly In. The mine is situated sity aUle
lured., north of Victoria near the a w e coa t.
BPRINGIBLD, Ill, Oct. -One The men employed I the collerts Some of the chambers m nder
passenger was killed outright and on Vancouver Islad are of the better the sea.
thirty-Ave person were Injured, b eas of British miners, are well poid Mone than I'000 ame ame 8t Oed
probably fatally, in a collision last and have comnfort ble homes. In these eeoIerie whih are the
night. between the special takis The Wellington Colliery Company, ond largest In Canad, lad have bee
home several hundred etwrsioaoets which owns the xte sido atO is the sooen of sevra disaster tor
who had been attending the Sate controlled by British Cofambta oaptal* oeat years.
FPalr. in this city, and the regular pa. lltat, Liest Governor Jame Dnamatir N
seager train on the Illinois Cenral being the head q the erporation. A little wat adM m, lhii
at Parnell, three miles soth of arma- The book was torrie bet its .t M relts.
er City.

;."-::-"'. l.Negro Wean Kigld
The wreck Cie 6m ab
ulnn at a )bgh rate of speed. Pourl I N gO W 1 6 WUom n
of the coaches of the special were
smashed. It was 11 o'clock beor the
tirst word of the accident reached
farmer Ciy. when Conductor Dun. Di e F ler at1 Csi
ran. of the special, himself sertously
injured, limped into town.
Conductor Duncan. of the special, JACKSONVILLR Pla., Ort. t,-At. mi-nltee late. sad in oh* r @ of
says his own watch was being I*pairn tempting to croes *be tracks of the mor Mann and Oodadoetr Roel "m,
ed, and he was using another. The ai ies about the ttal t..
dial In this watch was not In the At.a.Uc Coast L atTheP *the ir. aMt ts tt e Mi te A
*ame poeHioe as be own. and wbh crossing. Just beyond trri1S two women a hbe bad wM -
be looked at It he thought be had street. ahead of a ramushlag tra the o atag, a at AIrt thoM tg
rten minutes in which to r late and hesitating, then stintag sia%, Wre f oing te es the trat
Paraer City, whereas he had bit soe Aisa Bush, colored, who lved Ina tie, bt the stpped as if to aw
mlaute. Wet Jawkovle, Nad Jt Miller, the pamolg of the travel. Theem *
colored. 124 ItamewaM street were ddesl the two WeM alrted aMi
HILL'$ STATEMENT NOT stre b/y A.tbe Oyst LC o nld M so M ay eialtd oe estqr of te
DOUBTED AT WASHINGTON. seOr raa. e No "Te DItaue trit wlerel t Nr k y th oe loslotmcvi v
Flyer." at 6: 19 delhf tb moraig. o"th were thfrwn hf o the ie
WASHINOTON. D. C.. October .- Both were h led 11 tasly. Of the trsh afiefr Mas re u b
Although this ie almost a banner The bed*e wereN bs*h to the oaly his trais to a staMdlN wi 4h a us
year for yield of rope. the rederat l tNhe 1a of Othe trm wMe1 daed yard s end 1haed 1 t
Department of Agriulture is labrtag was eldpped a fnw yards t1 e t1 O O ef the 6A01l 0-. fA
ladesAously to collect all data poi s- m of the adiet. At she terminl me-in waw yet sH g.'. :
sibe tn reward to the serious p~rOm stae M the bed1e were det 1Wi by the 11 steam @ OWfb -
of iclrasing the fute o foo pply restive etee 1t ta "M e, it a
of the United Staite. Mr. J. J. llse Iaa No. N "The Dixie Fiyer. e, Wsrted to lOs fl l.

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Boonomical in a&U tesp~ow-loat aJeiz
Pamilm mn..authAaInd fual.avers.'

HIGH in QUALITY. We guarantee that yotdcap-
not secure anywhere, at any prioe, a R~ng" of
Higher Quality, and of Greater Durability, and of
Greater Economy in fuel, than the DARLING
RANGE. They have proved Best by. every test.
Every stove sold under ajuarantee.
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i*erm Mamsey Will Investigate the
Matter at Once to Try and
SLooate Partles.

SDeputy Sheriff M. Nelson, a colored
Swho wa played In care of a
mber of crops whihob were attached
!-aboat our wewks sinoe by Sheriff
mMsey, was shot at trom ambush
Shis Tue y eveslu, supposedly by
te f parties that ae nfteret-
dnla the erope.
SIt htUe remembered that some
-nB weeks sane an attachment was
ne"d out for the orops of MoOray,
Sbaaon, Thomas and Croxton, all no.
Scowe of the LoAg Pond sectilm, and
sheriff Ramsy having no one to lave
In charge deputised Nelson to look af.
t the property and gather the crops.
S eloe the attachment two of the
parties, McCray and Johnson, have
paid up their claims and are again
to PGoeeslon of the places, whble the
mother two parties. Thomas and Crox.
in, have trailed to satisfy the claim,
~ ad SIhrti lRamsey Instructd Nelmon
to proceed to gather and bouse the

SAetu under the above n~astructIo
" the negro at once prooeeded with his
Sduatie, ad late on Tuedayi eveai
he was ftred upon by unknown par"tes,
a d the sheri bellevee that It was
someone connected with the crope.
He will make a thorough Invostiga*
ton to ditsover the guilty ones.
S The above seOtton la thickly settled
'Vth colored people aad is net to the
'a e etloa. moe of the ereet
4alresd setlements to the eoOaty.

S lMghtly O.der With n4e&
hena you am that kind of wethe
yma know that rheumala
to a hand. Got ready tr
y a gwy bsnse a bottle of Dardas
Ea Uanaetat. Plas tha made
A- rheamattem ehUablalse, tra-t-usa
re and asti Jlnats aad muscles. all
abeeaMnd pais. Mo. ae % ad $LS a
tlUe. Sold by W. M. Jobasom.

S MW.& Patteren's Openlin.
The ailinery opeats of Mrs. M. J.
ftttwera at the New Hat Shop oppe
| ett the Browa Homes on Wedateay
AIftt oo, wor a tU getly auttedo. Many
.mty patters aMad styles were die-
played and the ladles pressed them
asves as bafy played with what
bthey saw.
S ino"s? Peel heavy ater dintert?
costed? lawur as"te? co
boa' IRegsaets or battles at.
Sm ats at eay dr& gtra.

*a once for caking ara.



Congregation All Tried to Phono for
the High Sheriff at the
Same Time.

Jerry Stmons, a cosffeeolored no.
gro, raised a disturbance at the Bt.
Joseph amp meeting, sad be is now
ematned In the Alechua county Jail,
having been arrested by Sheff Ram
say upon complatait of the membeNs
of the church.
The meting was at ks halghth, .o
last Sunday when Jory, because he
was too woel oaked t "ohld M on"
4e100d that itas not ruateag s st
to suit him, and he started a row and
gneal mix-up, wfth the result that
a dosen or more were all trying to
reoh the sheriff over the 'phone at
the same time to tell him of the trae.
ble and reqeest him to proceed at
once to the Mlaoe
Thts congreAUo of darkles meet
every year ear Arher, and It has al*
way been oce of the beet and moet
largely attended meeMtin of theo ler
cult. reulinga la peat good*amae
the colored ne e. gneraMy, but th
season the surprh wee sprMng by
Jerry, and be la now iamenattg hs
Some of the brthre aen very br
ter against him &ad are delatuite
to peea the asee, while thee are n Ms
who oel disposed to palssh..but at
the tme be as llght as possible, ad
teaoh him a leema to be bete

A preolmnary bhesa t wrl be gives
him Is a taw ays htenee Jadge Ma
aeM ales the m eae l ieturted
the U tleke bse AMew dlhoM .a
thisto s t very wrhabb.

--Qmme -oddsad ito* a
taUM me hauld e"up ek as Sl
ast 7w mwmin" bcaubby W. W.

SmpmAng HisS"sOdom"es
&. Iavb a is h ashg a
mw&& to hlwresmomm t owbe" a

ht" at the boomsamand nimrsm
fntbam tteap

shewh~Ih~na piedA *ct
rears 3ol0W n hardot e i4hi r
of knew tat shebb.wasul*g

word oir Wi.ofWlW*$r:;
band 6i W, eisl Iisatist t.

RAWT so AW'"HGR ?.-N
ma"OnA Oc. my" 04*0f -i *
niom( soIuXreI~ma. r

Valeato mhd a.,bot =hmlaovM D..
0(r. utNosn*KiruetOim

Mdr. and Mof. Dick EIus. 1Attded-
the iWe Moopaut pper at'- Madbmo
Thurway nwgt
U. T. HawhioraJr.. hus sold his
farm to R. H. 2mith.*ad willme
to Apopka soon.
W.S.Me IS oalt 1a iatst~

055t7 line to Ua*tkoa.Itwilbe

,town a4mnoL t*ifeMas., the
0dd Meows am- the Wooding have
gives it amtet to build a vow tf
&W3 AMd lob MM to Andrew W1.
to of Pla Outr. Waft -wi ulu ei
sown The "aOwN sXtkboam tows
hmm aow thbMass., the ed odg"
buildg.b4'vWM&sbwlHbe M
vanted Isto -~p as dwollings
swe Is demo~ b* a.

lot t be~ea bmha-beet"

Xmas lowea ntts "ed IN n"sum
L uo" le.ihifalt. VW& the am
sub to ineord s W e seo bb"wme
No" vm*w OWN uSaftm e
loombeamm bafed MA 0t6

us~ty hisItgives "m b wte low
AmaupetiftcleA s "I Isathe sow
Pladm., Iftm am wew msd Vs, te
t0e whole Wawa. soe"a"abowle.
Wild by W. L SOM.
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Sad have a little heart-4to 44heu k tal MIN
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If you
food do ai
Iters It's
us, Tbat%
fling, C i
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eKxpel th i
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it's pt
Sun aU0

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and pi linseed oil. very good 061OWt,
kuq*we 'that be can do better work wih Qftur
White lead than with aet

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All Whit" bys nd Girls Under it
Year Old Admitted Free to
Baird Thetre.

on will The Sun has arranged with Messrs.
kln at- Voyle & MeCollum whereby every
.J- It white child under twaive years eo
* Bub- age will be admittedto the Baird
WOe to Theatre Friday night, October 8th.
State free of charge, The Bun Ia ing the
hld In tickets on its own account.
Messrs. Voyle & MoColhun are nlv.
s. inl the people of OalneSvflle a flrst.
elas vaudeville and moving piture
you no show at the Baird now, and.Tbe.9ut
1 oed deere. to give the boy and girls an
1od u eveninWs pleasure at Its own expense.
tpm by hence this arrangement
W 4Aby- AUll over twelve years of age will
&.*s. beoqbarpd the usual admission.
1k- It All that Is necessary to secure
4tplo these free tickets I for the boys sad
uOn. Kirls to cql at The Sun office Thurs.
y day or Ifriday before I o'clock p. N.
1i e. and give their name. when the ticket




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Number of O tfti New Vketltn All Plaoo of uelines n 4 shiftvlile
Ala.elrf r the Crop. Qloed Through RNepet
Outside coUon abls are now after The funeral of the ate Or. N. D.
the cotton rop that is betng stoeM4 at Phillips, who died In Jalksoivtlle ad
Alachus, and on Wedaesday several *le remalns were broiiht here to
of them had eoongrited there for the lateraent. Was the meft largely '
purpose of trying to purchase the tended dofMy o (Oaltovt t 6WF
tooCL flU*. Whim shows the uMk )f WIM
Mach soea i y eongregate tbwe tI whio the deeand mwas W hl by
In large nuaituers, bt it is not e the .Uitses of his old homai
orally o oo a as thfi year. amd thi Darig the hbor of ervitM whit
brimer wMl doubtless rialise band *ere held at the JMse Iehuroh., all
some priae for the staple. place to beelnes arsoud tMW UMa ,
in--ed ied the ban. eleed t
DOl i Ntoe Work. domat of resmpet for thl ma"r who
For the i time. In Ite history t h In the d gao .nb b bs lu A &h a
street sprinkler hu been doing some feter 1 the ntoafto of the 0 dty.
*eqilv work 1, allayimg tn h dels Up to within a few e'J YO P
about the city. Omtera to the useal PMIit had bees am nidt e OtMe.
utoe of running It on the quar ul and a hard.workr fote th etty
xeldlvely they have gone over the led afmoulty. and k was ere that
ptaiel treets as ftoasr Y Iv blaoeks he *Paet thQ bet ars of Mh it.
of,. whick make it pleMasant b Ttong trived bard for the up*uildin
lhurte nuber of the populte0s 6 of the city BC d etRotrbMtod hlrTly to
woU "a the traveor. It goe tar its* e W Is.
west as the 0. 0. roas, d.aa The ema n we" iM to root In
to Roper avenue, and m u th" u ft Oemeotory'. a rwm number
Boundary ~treet, At JMe same tln o reds 4"0n0l7u1i0 the rMMlS
taking ears of tho eq ad to their lat rewtnn"ple.
adjolonag blocks.

Raflip o Wale Sd mItblg Soup Ane
eiam~d bkm iaambamL

will be iossed. '*mw my w, PU
Dont' wait unti the IVA tMoMeat Theft tomo doubt about It. Dstor
tW MU for your ticket, as we MOM 1uoy5W. M4114. Sreee.Nf. bemm wov44Ikwbn ho Inooetd
Uuy 'ur "Me .when you calL l.Ia X P4 piswkth dadroulfo grms, and
RomemberthtW'this entertainment An 04080 WAIM gf~rall it. hir lf akPPered iS aSheet
is fREE to hlboys and gils under cleaning and preemingGeetSW A- tia tmseT* 0h6e" RWudalWW ld has

twelve years of W. die p.o ...OW p.W &.O.. c.ptedDr'. lUs rand. dlvovry
given owchba&Mile, andgonly uvstj4Ibes"as al. Ask ny worW ipbydelas
MARRED I JAOCWNVLLL tanm" omt. ?ulS 190Ad,*thewom dis ksw"Wdu
Young Peope of AlbMoa Wq1I.KneWft Ask fel'S 0IWlM~I thly ON& S
is TkW CtyAnd Pauiisba Usge whbbsk .amw
A inarvlW ot SWOMlutd5oK oadhe obtaineda" boding .dniuoW a N
whis Will Commrn. as rot, urebe. _______I_____ ver Amodis b10the me vast remedy
to twagoiiesfile tsSoabwothat W in OWn kmfam(bt hhthe doodWVRMLpis
Mi.. Myrtle Reyanboldf Tro. AIli=lori 5W And tdat Is why W. IL Abases
SWd Mr. I.. C. Mcomrsof the @ame _an______S O, WW we"rOfThe bon-#
IdO, WN was mlum.1ed fin eak-
asuvilwlo Vs. yesterday.The y-oag Aad you woulI.dn't, Ithe. I" WOuN ?Sh~iS3 MW OM ba WWO '
O b W O s d p W a mid out on* as P M y Our pou r b ed SO "d 'a go l p b ob # AN&er k bM s UM
O W S am In &W b own o by tM K oyg o w 9 y , i" s tw o W S bhe will r W an d t bo p op.

asCoWl wIN have hi. way, tUM P1 0- W JPGW61 S~int try to Ogy" pde" o p(
sieded to lmkoevlten and rarrid Ina 550till1g 3t IN 9d90V1
Cj ity "Satt "UL Ms.M UCQSy Ib Have our WOWSstop at rboe om 0U We UP bohW li
&m of .0off5.Dor. a daho lyf amd be iNabu"d. y "aW to amam0. so

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.e are oi
gan. the dAnmii
at primes never
equaled in Gainesvl,
Look through tboe
locals-read our ads.'
and be convinced--
then mee it you are
willing to tke advan-.
tage of these prices.

We mealy mestoan
Whitt pausig solo
the roa~d of pmpWaIq
.6 feil of these MV
barginswhich yon
usuld do .well t,.,pik4
sie .aivWn' boylug.
doswher-G.'-L~o ok,
O~Wiv& the. peal ad,

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: Ad states, poMtes free, for I a a
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a s4Oi' Wipl advertisng 1'#eees are ^iB Il the w York &
__ ,__ Ins, g 4 # their pa. ,a, ,LOI ,mo
T TOwlIep .4 k Sun is a lht pa partridge eoept during the o oathf '

,day and Thuday, nd contain a O the o November, Deooseabr. Jana* s n orty a1io a I". Ii.'
Iews of the week, locl,-State and e.* Februar, and Bo pewno 9 k f" the progresfreg Ita hlg
4 en, and will be maid, postage fre, to more than two wild turkeys (O more 6Sn" t of this road.g -e I
A -part of the United states, for than twenty qua, 'and artof o i o U
ormn --e ore orore peron aball kill mote than *.* afoton will roql ts OF-SUP- -
All advertising bills become, due four wld turkeys or o t f fotcal otive pow
't. appearance of advertisenlent, un % quail In any one day; noporsn shall i d epperilment o nay d r K or
e'' erwi ssuated tI contract. Parti kill more than five wild tuIes I "
Not known to us will be rquimed to A yar Te ale of tri railroad Ata I Price, Term,
for advertising In advance. A~drseh, Sk onqa* at ilroad systeme, 4"
Tng DAILY un. key ad partridges I absolutely ye experts la railroa a |Ice, Terms,
Gtsinesville, Florida. prolhlbited, an4d so person is por t to be a far 4 AVIS
-1"' ted to ship any deer,,deer hdq or -t Bay t.
The City Counoil may deem. the hides, ve.Ytom, wild turkey, quaal or Wntwh Cannot Se CUred . 'NVILLE Bay FI
..matter of no lportunce, but the tat. partridge beyondd the limits of the with loea ppbosio asthe ann't "INHAM A,
payers of Gainesville would like to see Vin whiph ,be same were killed,. r "
I oonetawrtl nt of receipts &ad I l b *e is w or constittioma l s,
lrieq.. howlai lJst wbat has *w Utp.killed and' I r to e it you at't k1 to
I ee d-wth. tkheilr moey. More In aoth county -u where they r Intes remeriwles. ll's. Wtah 1'
# $at er ha. remarked to side. ure is tabi intwrnrahi, iad s~i ..
e edfte mtring the pt week that An person. who are pot itisena reotly o teC bloe ad mua cou st it I l
they did not consider that they were of this State must pay a license of faces. Ial' Catart Care is not
S resolvinS upper return for the taxes ten dollars to.the clerk of the circuit a quack meiMW It wI e t p V
they paid, as the city ll poorly light. court before they shall be permitted by one of the best ph"aclAas I. thi
ed, no police protection afforded off to hunt In thin State, which llcense country (or years aund' a ren,
the public square to speak of,,and all In only good for the county in which pre.cripUton It is omappe t at .e U.
aprovementa In the 'way of side. It la ,"ed* best toalOs known, combled with t i .. .e. ."" .'
walks were made at the Ixpense of Ducks cannot be killed between best blood purtler-, aUtla directly [ev eand lo.
property owners, a" well a two. the tret of April and first of October. on the ..ous surfaced. ep t 1010
thirds-the expense of paving the only It is unlawful to have in your pos- oomblann on of the two Ilgreodlt ia ,. :. ,pab.v<. .. -.e.... 1i01o
. two deo4nt paved streets In the session, living or dead, or t9 eatch or what p duoes such wpndertfl re li ts M-, o .. 4:25
i ty. kill, any wild bird other than a game In curin catarhb. Send for teati. .l .'
bird, at any timlie of the year, game onlalas free. LtW tkst, OIYO <1
The announcement that President birds being particularly designated as J. CHNEY A C.00, Toledo, 0 L e Va ldtuII North 6:00
O es has secured "a complete un.- e*es, coots, plovers, surf birds, snipe, Sold by drunglpts, T7o. ..
' doestanding" with all newspaper pub. woodcock, sand pipers, tatlers, cur. Take. Mall's Family Pill for con. tg, .r.ve .. 9 .'3
ushers of Cuba may or may not be lows, river and sea ducks, brant, rails, tlatl ,
t be haisucceeded in M Ne chickens, p bhq sants, partrldg s, hLJLe_ seL___INCe___It_. A L .t . us
ling the Cuban press, hin suoess in quail, turtle doves,' tame and wild
to be 10re d, i it means only that pipons and rebus, 'N6 person shall 1V"I F
he has a cured assurance of fair play molest or destroy or haW' In theit
aid honest criticism, he has achieved possession the nests or egg. of shsay
am important result. But even more wild bird. Persons are poailte 1 6*
tImpOrtant to Cuba is fair treatment kill birds destroying their crops, afd p f t tf
Sfro the press of the United States, to keep In a case redbrds or mocking M M.
whih has been liberally used for the birds for their own pleasure, but the
foment of trouble toIn Cuba and for same shall not be sold asblppd out -N rh St
th e usiastandin of American con of the state. ul S
den.e In the Culan experiment. The The penalty is severe for violation So t W
government of Havana recently issued of any of the sections of the game MN -
an appeal to the American newspaper law.
for fair play.
Another Pennsylvania penitentiary LARGER YIELDS. I _ _ _ _ _ __, (QA_..._
reports Increasiln Insanity among its ---. *
prisoners. due, it is b.lleved, to the Beleotln.ti eed cor should be done r
eformoemat of the State law which after the earn have tnoroughly matu.If, ________ __Al_ UI___ r_
makesa It possible for only 35 per cent ed and before cold weather approach. ....."
of the prisoners to be kept in dally .es, say The Ratels (N. C.) Pro. For deta ed infornition, rat and reF-
employment. Thrbe hundred cases of gsIive Farmer. If possible., eleo.- Pmous at Home for Gen.
tuberculosis in the Riverside prison, tlOis abould only be made from *ttlOM post; FPamou noew tWotOlt, a s your n M gent,
now charged to unsanitary eqpditions, healthy. vllorous growig stalka oa | il ever the World, For Write t0 O t:
may be due to lack of proper manual wbqh the leaes and tope have bps *ale b all' leading shipping A W eB To O
labor or exercise. .Abor is essential allowed to remain until the faul Wj. I FR I, .
to healthy life. Men who have been turty of the plants. If the ear are | V. Pft Ut, ^ nt,
committed to prison do not forfeit harvested by hand in the usual way, A tlM 11t Ll
Their right to work, and while it is then let the seeod cor be M eleted
4, desirable to minimise the uatair cw froM the Gold just before this oper,
petati prison tabor with the ties ad select ar from stalk. walks h
O dit of free workers, the humane re- n bsMran the most shelled MU perp
al.possibilities of government reqiret&*a1b as aeek seed whem plead sil
That opportunity for healthy labor lead to better yield. "
Sshall be provided tfoer those over whom Any method t seed selecti thi at l
,the State assumes charge, does mt take the plat as a whole I
B..: ,i .- into eoaldeattim is not gon ta o
r The shortage in the cotton crop. lead to the beet reseltas he' the etalk
whatever its economical influence on tam laves, wMoc are the mmantetasy
our export trade may be. ayes The of the plant, deteraime to a oomna I I .U

way. While here and there will be observed that those vertetlee woe e. aa I-
p Iadnters whoee earning os this year's have goelly bees the best vlelbr.UI IW 5Imi- p- ipUa. .. .." '-'

be partial Made ap by higher prices. em ear per telak. ~ar of maedi.u Twl 5qu K a' ? i
goeth'e prosperity is found to the e* toeg md target one, because the lt. 11 SEABO'Aftfl R* i ia'i
e, s bustadme the iron mlls and other ter were genIerally produced OB stal kst ,AB A D, .
or its grat ladustries are taed to thatbee hut ear. oreo oes | ei A
S provide for. In the rmtagham dte- talks that grew es some fertile eo p -
trct the tree willts are refustang our hI the Seld. asther of whteh tes to -
f era, except from nnlar csoiee**. the -reatest yietda -** fea m eMia

nd have advanced ter prieee a growm s average d will do better 12.5k5Em M.
;,aber of tiUe this er. This cor p ated la ad o edt moa trty --- ONLY I Peefl
tly lm met pwad thi t the t wi moedo frm eoan Tows n as sAs t I t.
S6th will sEer tI sta shae of pr rteh lead4 t1r the same m ss *v e-I -as e g
ulal. bt tha to a 1 f to the steak aese4n to poor 0.ndidem ||
mb vreoag 'Nowmit tn the past t w w al better om am inteS r past
ame om staple ad 4e1-ty. than stock aesetemned to*
asrgic be U 7







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Rabriad geo' R
euson atr. O **w 4a. maf s
Mompletatsto l ea reae e to better rail
road ric. Mr. Stede. a awal 01 ,
e I lhur,
supe uteidejf, iad Mr. lparvow,
Schlef e4ain1ee1 of the A. C .L. Rahroea
Com y, w 4 re seat. After dlw
Per Benefft of Women who the w t at eas" -as
K I re-e Vt W nmahod that wNl be
SSuffer from Female Il .amuac o the pe of
U it,4 wn was a ,
NIS& trouble wMe: Rv. I. 31. 1 ag p e of the hBa
,.* ca 'seda woeakne tlt Chuck r l will begin a Srwes
it S" tothe broken dows of meetla at dte Baptist church
aI s toK the i9 ditlon of uP Tueeday, Gtbe IL He earantleUy
r or the system. I read l n thw
ra~u o value mchofwhatLyd detres the O1atlon of all In thee
.. a I. Pinkham's Ve.. service.
etable Co poum. Mr. and Mrs. V. lawrenoe have
Shad done for other return f few days visit to
8lt. Johns suffering women I
felt sure it would Crescent Oly.
ty for tax ur help and must Merism V. P. Sgmth and C R Our.
foW $3,463.4s1. ay It did help me ry of Wacahoota wee in town yester-
Is a $811 A W erfull ~ da
the year hree i monti The public s l hwee Is doing
Was wpew vl woman: nicely under thb leadership of MNr.
nseaeol paratMIti so w thn e te t made public to Anna D. Ttuer.
big to be held from ydia Plhm' eetabl The frmers of this seUon are 1o
mtber 9 t nasoola bu Compound."- r. Jon GO.MoLDAN, need of rain In order to gt their
y of I "o" she i orth apoa, vegetables ready fgr the fall markets.
hold alOksu fair In Tho o m so hd gum. Same of the sportsmen are having
dy an e -Bontlay ine t like the above prove good look shooU ducks. One party
rter. the of,d E. Plnkm' brought In twentytwo for one morn.
rveetAbl. tt n which Is made jog-$ n port.
c tr ot danid herIn Insndsport
Sof. Jackson- Wmn wo u fm W., a Smith, the Uava Jlly man
has pitions t iils peculiar to their x should of'Tacoms, was tn tows this morag.
properttr reduction not loe rdht of thee f1ts or doubt Mr. Smtth flds It almost impossible
8ssessaamea W=0M1 for taxes. the Mailty of Lydia E. Plnkham' to fll the many orders e has for bhi
board r n ,Sin e orm- t b" Compound to retoore their J
y in soe -i ltse ,.~a there Is Ifou want peal advoe wr N. B. Mott has returned from a few
comply~ t ther action. to Mrs. Pikbam, at Lyn, Ms. days' outing at Worthington Spring.
"- Bhew ltreatyoureattfrsrastrtly -
codedaeuul. Pe SO years she
ore than tfou hud ed happy faces ha been helpltng sk woea in ONNI MLROSt.
ed upon Ithe to at The Inde- this way, free of charge Doe't
went's theatro'e pt in st. Peters tt at o M ROSE, Oct. .-Rev. T. L. .
last rby -Nht. The editor Barr, apslsted by Rev. Dr. McCall of
that it 7w-fy t a elaborate or survey route from Miami to Key West. White Springs is conducting a srtes
tly taffk, liai holobearted Capt. Crabtree's party coni st of f revival meetoUs during the pre&
all sides, a ii'4dmtrated again fourteen men and left Miami August ent week. Services at 10 a. m. and
little it 9ta0s fO make us have 20, 1909. In addition to this csnal 7 p. m.
yally godn ile it we have the along the coast there are several par. Senate W. B. Baker has returned
I ties out In the feld surveying route from Valdeta, where he has been for
i ,O for a canal across the State and In treatment for the past two months.
ash to the 4jut 61d $88, a lot the event of its completion it will He is still very weak.
laluablo paper several art. ean great things for some of the Yoar correspondeat wAs mislnaorm.
of fluo udoaemg were stolen. from inland cities of Florida. ed about the arrival of lumber for the
:,-t's iom. .t fMete Escaqpbla, -publl motor dock. It It for the new
,acola, oi0e Uloday night. scambla county officers have been barge of the Santa fe Tmotat
Fact e police punishing the bullbat shooters so s- Co.. which will be ad oWmi the
tion and q icer ay was verely I tL y a are likely to become Wter lalats t l WM .
lied opon tte a- .- He has ar. discouraged. The only reason that There will' be eleallg
ed and J4atd aegro named the shooting of these useful enemies on saturday, Ooto1tr th. AA later-
nk Thomasl, faR y ehrganl g bm of the mosquitoes and other trouble ested are nrvited to bring tnaerad
h the theft I qt, fit plaiag some lnaect has been popular to any aslit i the oed 9rk.
In the abeii ii suspicious degree Is1aht It Is an excellent test A. A. Mcae has returned (toi a
Sof markamaeublp to wing such np business trip to Jaekavll) .
birds In their wavering flight, i r. and Mre. C. Vered e er.
apt. lMI rte with two there are many lea harmful ways taid a number of their friend' at
Mvernmeat" ha reacSed showing e's skillUU with the shbotlun. a launekparty on the lake am Salar-
Isboro In2le0 fi i way North. -Jackso ville TImes-Union. day- t
pt. Crabtree hasi rge of the part -
(uMvern a l "s sroveylns Tampans are delMghted to welcome OOT S HMR
te for 1l10d141" from Miami p one of te most pretni-
rth. b Ii~nnw r .P P. Puler, on of the most preral- -
rth. Th p i s. reach t business of nileato, as ~ P w et y s aM Wh a N o 9as
ini Bieach au W ll Vah Cocoas resident of this d la the future. Krf I- i" ,.
ftf't' pUrtty i s aIg waWrd two years and returned to Prlrid ApU
und froil as t only a few days ago. the Nth use it for, ure baldness. Taeo
r ,,y. WglY ets eet tbe west he was engaged nla malan with olte I his salp were not dead sad
II probably ,Ml, and w derful s.u s, v ad ha h r al hs ea
^^^ 1 ^^^- n- as much of this world's goods as he ls as tOlek sad lusrtant as aly *n*
it TBO EiM I nods, has returned to Plorida as the could wlsh." M wbro's Hvrepl weorke
greatest place In the whole world to on ar old prystept. asd h a new d.
*I live. While Mr. Fuler will make his move the ef*Rt. Usrpti4de usyrs the
'i very l port-ant besieess a 1 .a (es eas t
ainI t TSe el t h< hee o lb th
,, -beah ad deeded to eWeetand lead to e eMe Ce.,
.li a outdoor Ufe la seeres of beak. 1. S. 3adiSb4 A O.. .
Se retuerns -o me w re sto redt to hs
Ms.rar self. benlted physaclh sad
P Mtis iy ato la. vall w e S k i-

body iswyu -U b~we~~
Int 3 twB ko O
IAUM-1'* Ue'es~i owe o. doa&we 5.314-it. 26 THE *VuWIST
am Ie ssm60 41@1 pwehe real
Vicir k 11 1 ad ~ ~Towel Is iewrossl'g.or scb --I lm rd
thf ord as a rough travel ibs e e
hrit the pe.- wee I

kovtem ing
tax can
hrnl4 bm
ifly.cast -


lhu bW 40 MW sonn& s wM. AithNo SOp5*- WOW"
em w n M ssbis e~r ss bm be"smias
Wapd -is abo pckleg of MAd ll811I U
d" nowto I. the y an rt I*.4 Y tb

Dial aft& leS bhee mr.the" el mAbsiseto aOMN
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IMLI10 IsttOsf the Firet Ronk up
rted by. SMats, and Federal Funds,
or Florida Yagmmsue.
ThoreougWasrm..Leadilug to Degree
of &A" ILSoS.. M. A So"
Aft Are Sad ..... Aaruloulrt
ChenmL CI. VilI et186 si sam Ii
ehavisma -,b-Imera;LAW; xNvm
owl.sr& miualleee
Ramses, mi1-bmgla w. Ins
amoogue writ. to


i For Over

Thirty Years

""mw e sow*". wm.eeVe


A 001100. witbWaW-sfld to
go"th.offerislid'cs1114 al111,1 41
ft the follow ins depmumtass
L A OatIeee ofUber AMLl
ML A Bdoiatud of tdvmUAUOS
IML A dbiod di"AIW.
M .A lehodOfl o SpwemLm
T. A @OMWeor etTeaeher
to Tdl~s..Oth exomm as vry 5w
hr fuWOheIstormawsa s"rgi

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Fire, Life and Accident a r......., .





Blue, Black and Fancyv Sutt

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^ 2T' ta mr ...............*.. .. 1 -1. 0 "
H r. i*biason 1.............. 1.00 POItN Y MASHAL.
-. ap Hn.' o.,.........*.*. 1.09 ----
tW. BShan~ ............... 00 To the Vote O atPe City of dowsI. Usf
IW, X. Anderson .............. Vl0 yle: A special dlectIo avilS beo
. Zetiouer .................. .00 called on Tuoesday, October 1t, for
SW. dn ................ 1.01 th election of a Marsal to eocd
O. Bfr .................. 1.0 S .T. Arnow, resigned, I beg to be
f OGe. Waldo ............ ~ ounce tbht I will be aadat
S w Bro. ................... LO for that office, sad aK the support
00 o. K Broome ............... of my friends. BenSo thoroughly ex tn
H. C. ISpencer ............ 1-08 pew ooed loea 'the lnoe of pollos
RHon. Frank Cltk ............. Work, wUdob ha baen gined by. a
,eo. Glass, Highb prinss....... 1W00 r ieto prlios and benla now,
Oontrlbutlons to the above fund w l "ota MI~ If mi y nation in thI
be toetred from parties 1M0d1 spaclty meets yaor wplroal, I uk
"ay point In Atachus county. Tyourot- to be loa in oe.
f. "" -ere OA s, N
As ik a
:o NOe QUORUM PMfIiNT. ..i -... .,

Ceoull Failedt o ave Nowmbo nd'WO
A M ~tI "- "g.
dtjeume Meing. 1. elcio to be, h1o on Otober
The meeting of the Oty CofneL 0t. I am I the rae astU U el
S praed for last Tuesday *1f g oos on theo day of th 'leetopad
tbted to materialse, owinf to tl ea o sIll lt the voW r th
e t being a quorum present. e pwapeltu. toted.
There was considerable nsafidled t o e ot of ,1.
to Piumonth tdo doosa ol fllf:tl-i
I n' a." to come hitore theo mosln& Vte at or r, *re I ao t
Mant Thureday etenn when thto isaw VAt '
11 al noae up tor hilnag. r

A Ono Velue MMan. .
Acerlo sample of eerous oo A PrWeetileat DomentrtW .
1aMey was a tout m ciob mcootry. "Tir beit wy to btody oatto le to
bet who inquired for a nice book to g 'lbt to It 0a rot
.IMa-"one with a story In." Os e v. "I 01 Suppose
4 Wi being placed before bim. bt exam. "Oh, I w i I was oane iltpoi
Them attentlvely and pickle out to doht tbe i duity of the sat of
tMiddle volunm of a "tbrne d ,ker wblMco ueeb Io lud.'"
Ith the remark: "This 'oes my son. "Aad y I mleard bottwP t
hett'r tbo price" "Id. M I bad a at tro. whlla iM
S 0b" was the reply. -thi li onbly tbe attrilltet oW tr tli~ a, 4 SU d I 0 I
mftld volume. The story gms tbirogh thboght I bad him btestb ta to wb e. prom
46M The set o bhalf a crown.*" a de atioa."- .o ..
'~g ve a crown! Well, I'll Kit y Tok $ t oat ad you tthe I
-ftor that u book. It'a pretty auto dit work.4t1dbe" ?" -
ee eough.*" "WelL t 4aoetly that, tbt e too
"BIt wo't yo6n hav" the othIr two me slong on ,o of b i u silObtI e
t Wlit You'd tbtter." ditions and tne maliclously pitels 10
"New. I don't Ilko Ib' bitinlths' of my ento over b sant tllttl ~ the 1 W
S a- try. I can't get forrud wl' It A* I ditcorvrd what ws layeate the il
I doo't like tb' padlo'. I don't know evetWttoB wa forced ope nt thant t
S'w It's conedl boLt But s tbh' bts a *e and truly~ i
Sun I'm Into th' thick of It rtght They r small, but they made
4 Nof I'll Ik' tih' middle uo. t'll m e0 andd someI o tbhW w"t Iat
t moe up for a mouth." And. eram log with u to the aoet caplaf
S lag tbo book Into his poeeket. be put place."-New tork Times.
down bo half crowns ad dlhppered ----
, w aith a "Good night" before t1e other B k Mwr"tamw i
volumes could be given to bl.-Chasm "O yw kno tow prtou r t well?
b Journal. skOed the attorty.
-NOr* knw aim Il." replied
I. witM es.
"D "Yo mou te pn10t1n it t i
CASTIO ItA am drtnk wttb bla. rw .
Ear ff sa f Uthet repty.

ePre1" two rft 1p to 2r" ft t.*
Sast? e of -",tlst dowa." yetted (the lawy 1
o'fga diadrst.
-Cas't do It." sd kbe. "l tt owf tft"
lot the atd814 at1 t be
SJodmon i- : 11U;I Hil Silas-What's e rmB et m. Ad -I
-t41 t1k# Jledm Jedm-Wi Jut-lst l a

ts slm afesitbThe menty west po jM ~ARRIVAL AN D' ARIOMSO-
-Aft Hirum IlarimM& cgot buttos. TA
MIs.ValT wrnhes pugs*? Jf&s-
~~~~~i l(y Hrm lo Ircla that-
Ssled smum, rtn up io town wosliP~i.dedfecInfor"Matleoef on
him a keigof badsarftfftr $2
trm snt The $2 and smacked.bhi
Silas2--Gash I And wht WMP AMOaURieomet LIM
*. ek? J(4rnon-9mrp Iros. end theWL.GTUiletar J&*kvtlls: &$JsM.
,-amld It that waisnt bard mh .QilsI.Jkul 10p.tMp
-'O usuall u'ates.-CbleagNews. ..O~l trOss#Tep t oI
LT. Ovills betMkosauW.Ues T0 .As .
Ilev Hoc~eeeft"L,. Ovftlaer 30 It. Of 811P.
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lam the trade. He has a asber e
friends bee who are always please
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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday



3 ,d the Board of Public Works hand
IL ." you herewith the following special
W J assessment city certificates, towit:
"No. 3, for $2,150, dated April .
1907, issued for construction of side
S O- walks, curbs and gutters on Franklin
rT wORK Om RD'N- and church streets.
TINUED BY ti "No. 4, for $2,350, dated April 8,
1907, Issued for construction of side-
walks, curbs and gutters on Prank-
Blar Monthly Per ili n and Church streets.
clouded "No. 17, for $835.42, dated Nov. 11,
incdd t 1907, Issued for the construction of
L .t 'house branches and connections of
ame with sewer main.
TM City Council faet's a1 "No. 22, for $1.000, dated March 16,
Monday evenln, 't. 4th, 1908, Issued for paving East Main
President BM An street. *We request the cancellation
ett, Colclough, odw G, e, of these certificates.
p found. and CeIO *, a?;I"t. "Very truly yours,
Alderman Burne't '10 e- "W. W. HAMPTON,
a $ n1,234 from the "Secy. Board of Trade."
fund to the water a* tnd; Alderman Goodwin moved that the
urb was carried. Board of Public Works be Instructed
Alderman Colelonug laved to to mail bills to all persons Indebted
Ilve the rules and OpW the bill of to the city, and If not paid to proceeM
. B. Ellis for $1.80 out 4 tb water- to force the collection of same.
expense fund; ert4.L Alderman Phifer moved that the
Mas' I Owens report $4101 001- city suspend all street work until
I during the noath .of e$pt*a- some definite plan of operation for
Sad former Mariahl rfm re- permanent street building be agreed
teld $44.60 collected by hiL. 0ol. upon by the council, and that the en.
isar Ellis reported $ILJ ftr IUtire street force and teams be dis.
and $91.45 on wa"r rest. continued except the two trash wa-
Tke following bitM wft orderd gons, and that they be put under the
F: rom waterwoaiS eo pIaO control of the marshal, who shall see
: Crosby Steam Q f ge & Valve that they are kept busy where most
y, $73.63; lu~,5 0jk Co.. needed. under the direction of the
pUS; L C. Gracy, l44,'*d Will- street committee.
tas, $9; B. F. Miller, i ) Crandell Alderman Pound moved as a substl-
iklngo Company. A 1 Wa4- tute that the matter of street work
, 1126; Gainesviaw.r Mand be referred to the street committee to
Ila Co., $17.10; ID 'Iy ** $.60; formulate some definite plan to carry
Msville Hardware .OOmpany, on the work. Vote was taken by roll
USI; H. Muller Mtg. g., 3.# ; B. call on the substitute, when President
Tallant, 65 cents; J. I. Plts, Broome, Aldermen Burnett. Good win
.. '* and Phifer voted no. and Aldermen
rhom Fire fund: J. A. Na~tgIer, Colclough. Graves and Pound voted
;: Gainesville Hardware OOmpany, aye. Motion lost The original moe
c wents; Brown-Jentagu Hrdwood tion was carried.
aiy, $2.40; GalDaeillUe ad aad Alderman Burnett moved to refer
irtrc Power Company, ".tl; J. W. the condition of the up-stairs over
d. 1$ 2:; 0. 8. Merchat & Co.. Pagan A Co's. store to the fire com.
4 eni. ienson & ioo, $1.4it J. I. mittee with power to act. Carried
ors. $55: L D. Jerniga, $40. Alderman Graves moved that reh
pcial Street Fund: A. W. Taylor, communication of the Baird Hard.
DO; Phifer & Morris,'21.10; L M. ware Company be received. recorded
i ;'. :,4 S e; OGinesarlle f are on the minutes and referred to the
n.. $12.65; Crawford & avia, city attorney for his written opinion
H enson & B&o. S&1; O1 t by the 18th Inst. Carried.
C. C. C M. Dell, 4.4; L. "Gainesvill., Fla.. Aug 13, 190$.
wart. $5 77; Adam Maddi, -$G; "Hon. 0. K. Broome, Pres. City Cons-
Sill, assigaee, sIU. ell.
Aermnan Phifer moved to valve "ir: Relative to the material sup-
Sr'es and pay the bl of 8. A. plied the city during the mouth of
ter for $1M7.5. On rit all July. aggregaUng $186.39, paymentI
"it liroome. ANMwerm Col withheld account conectiUo of W.T.
G (oodwin, Orawes and Phtfer Pound with city government as well
a'. Aldermen B Unett and as being an officer of this company.
MXin| no Carried. "GOlve us an rder on Georgia Vit-
m'aM n Pound moved to Nr'o riled Brick sad Clay Company. As-
b ll of Crawfw & Davis r pwast. Ga.. for 130 feet No. I 15-inch
i4 to the Utr0et Mnitoee vitrified sewer pipe and 320 feet No. I
Po.r to adjust. Carried. j 2-ch vitrified se-wer pipe. U'pa n se
V tll of eultissc et Wet eeptance of this order by the irm
Strts aaklang or al i W1Wm named, we will caseel our laim
r Referred to he ie 'i l' amaimst the city for the amount we
Power oet carged for th. same uastity of pipe
SC iokMick loo f of eamerated. The 12 sad 1l
Sro Mtta Inch pipe suppiUed by as from the
ob i 00mcam ISm sow makes named, for wiclh reason we
t ando Arrei e 11 sdma, woM eely mew replacement by
R ~them. Very respectfullny.
h. |eajem of Dh peai o "BAIRD HARDWARK CO.
sekmt re PS the -W. B. TATLOp. Vk..Prw."
S" P~i'"u a f AMrs s ilHe ed tat e

i'bt telst of ('ol saee e granted u-
141k ved t~ t A d tl lai r to ,l to eit ,me
tt. mtuh m S te pate rules to te. puS
r ~" ^f_ e 1 of s sthey samd. C uriL

t N att a ho haiu

,o. haer ee as 8 ea, o~ ~elee ttlo ae Wedge

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Wl il kYEASReput'ation s Carta" eLt. Im mJSER
The Time.sUnIat baa sustained a
WEATHER AND PINANCES COM.- ery sious lose ha thk detpaitur of RAILROAD COMMISSION AND A. C.
Calvert 8mith, who has, for several
BINE TO PRODUCE RESULT. years, contributed the dally cartoons L. OFPPICALS MEBT MONDAY.
- to that paper. Mr. Smith, beogini 1ng -
Average Sept 2 Was Compared "ao ar amateur, rapidly developed a Citians Asked the Paltread Commae.
g p woIdrfuil talent and his claes atc.
With 69.7 Last Year d 67 for qualutaace with men and affairs in W*I W Give Them All
Ton Year A go. Florida gave him. an equipment for Pasenger Trlnas.
Si___ work which, eoupled with his tal-
eat, loon made him a noted news-
WASHINGTON, a C.. ect. 5.-The paper a tt. His eartooas have been That the Pople of Mieaopy 'af
most unfavorable report n the co0d1 copied in the leading journals and a determaod Mt la aot forth la the
tion of the cotton crop asued by the agasiies of the country and they fact of the meeting baeld there Meow
Department of Agrieltul at this 9". constituted a feature of The Times. day by the Rimlroad Commlaton, S1.
son of the year for years was Union second It interest to no other periutendent Riddle of the Atiantlo
made public yesterday. tnnclal and departieat of tC hel"Vra Ti d Coast Uine and a number of oltlgena
weather conditions oom ed to make Mr. Smith h hel the aM the who were interested ia lcaa 'a
the report untavogmable. ls ar Maerd, N to t0 regret welfare,
Yesterday's official rerrt Indicated everybody who knwe sad raiads The They have persetently "hammer.
that on September 1 condltlOe of Timea.Unles, hae gem to New York 0d ftwy" at their train serve atd
the cotton crop was ly 58.5 per tb do nagasie Work. Theo TimeW nged tO MOUa the "le f
cent of normal, as aored with Un, will ad it well-ntlg impoI ble Tta Nos. and 10 late that pt,
63.7 per cent on August 190; 00. to II his plaea. but It may be that, beside the CUttM but n Mtx 5Iiqt1
on September 15, IM; J7.7 on de eharles Dana Otlboi. wo quit &he ay e"tha1 11. U am
tember 6S, l a07, ud r eant p e al d o r te
the average for toea ea August Oed try e hait e wi return a lace, aOd a M alIr ee m0alm8
35, 1909. tatr a tme to rtto ltove af atgan bl t say et ta m wer pised e
After the announAement by the De. delight Plerlilan.-Tampsa bsa. by the eompwa to r" late Mtengpy
partinent of Agriculture of the Sgan Calvert Smith was rered i A Meb. whtIh meNt that Uthe weV to hkv
recording the average for this moth*. ny ear Mca1eps, snd w Whitle ever l t apa th $u a
Dr. S. A. Knapp. Ieblefof the ee sh meu s friends iMto o s seMtion ,th utt l i e tbeo S th.
operative demsearatles ork for the Will rea mis tle Mthnceag mdlMaIroed Csmals sid they aank
Department of Agrtult in the toea W hi he has best making t hat upet t atdst Mtdl S
South, after the cotferee with Sie .%i lw o. they all r atO Oam st lN met olr the. Mi t"
rotary Wilson. said tha the erio s his talent in this M b onee ro P pople at m pot ufedr-W
railing of In the Iprgl, specially uleed by the best itle of the ems. t I t U
for tlsmas sad M Ialppl, were tr'.* Ubmeu th.mr It WW ty
due to two emdateUm AM* ad wbI. algwt r"ove bealnM l i'|
Cases of Dtr tiles. MLn MOTL I te t of adl eSmn ud t, n
One was the excelve. tan ll t It Was sm *s that the. repat,$
be early part of the ottoa rop see -MUSOIIMO Oct. 4.-Mr. and Mr of thN Mleol M !sh ems .
,. folUowed by a meris drought. Yoarw d, who ad at b' 10 P 01m
and the second was the admre of et- Tampa om Wednsday at the mfiesdN "i" t1I0" ow 5 Is Pll"
ton plasters to order advance of Mis huste MaMitn' stopeMtLtr, Mrs. wll $ gm so n .
their crops from bakers. The letter wberts. were th guests of hbetor t"ane crfrnoI n i so
reason forced the planters to dismlm si large dinner party given by Mr. n' h e tis W
ScoSmaderable part of their labor or at d Mr M. . arwood on Tbuarnday. Mfdwlht ah d I
a time when the boll weevil was a Some selvtVe gSoets were prs, line h bothie ndd u( | ,la
most serious poet. Dr. Knmpp dated "at to en*oy the oeailent fare prove p l w ha sI M
that another reason which Ind ed a v!ded. Theo dtnlagiou was tas.. b * p tol wmi l tWst
falling off in the general average of ly decorated wh leowoer, e ver, w Mill 1 pBi 1a *M
Louidaa was that there was prant greoP s ad feeatooa of various egiead Musow. Telmaoa aad the Jdms :s
call dlrty p 011a1t les of cSoreae crep paper. Os Prtidy evening a to BM aW 'ae n w e i
in cotton mIs la previous ora. miscllaaeoas shower wa given the iae mgu w s m: I is *e
The boll weevil did seims dam" youW mOple at Miks 1. Jamebsi' s. a b sre thia& this m!e wo
age during the past year la the mah la rg ambor of r 4etty as wON aas sohbe fted to oirtr to piAs hifs
western quarter of Mississlppl 1 fL pr useat befi rersilved. Mr. sa eieIs ,l a *d W4 11iveM t e Wh&
"la my optlalo." sMid r. Kanpp. M. earweed eopee to leave tar I T e o te a! g, '
'the really serious trouble wobk a Atmants mnt Tir bmag i a"a et of Mi adm aa s .
pies to al the cottoa ates was iaeds efteri bet ibee fa r r tar Srea t del of M I0m the Ni
br sht about by the esoamelve ira lfa rt Nd. emb d tWe lnd O ai woM
fall In the early part of theo aamug Amth wr arria dek m o e t mo le sae
and the excessive drought Is the 11. e Ie 4th Se.gvbr, w p, Kr o e i al am d- go
ter part. In a some of the Slate pleas j. Bueats was manii f a Ms p. to t wat .
er scarcely eouldM obtain water emeagh ahar by Oy. p. L. Mm -y -
for their Hive tock. This i s Pars Mr. andI u Ms. a Noml a1yb0 r NAWTHORN. *
ticularly true of Tesas and O -laWoma "tW d fr,- Whire MmrW ad Jadb .
What is khoew as the New Ortkeas ..wvt HAWTHORN. ON. &.-r. m.
storm, which passed up th rogh per H. L of G we. it who sad M M e MMtl Hasl
uLions LouAna am d Wesae M* bees bere peMN dw a ~ep iUd Ie ale ato h polwask M laK Ml
slasippl. blew out immense atj Mw g N,. Pfma ia gM, retI d hamn i 1 1O4., b1th ts1 8o-isM ,
of eottae. and *srved seroady (d o, do. sedalk.
tract fram the swllece ofthe am e Asin tbheo reromed fram theO Mistas LaDt Ub14 al is vi iol
Whmos West Talk M ie visks North are Mr. aad Mrs. 0. Mrs a. Ce Oim a M siaani.
se0erN Wima. deen d X to a3 p 1110 lulda lae a ^ at Mra. Mime 3anifet of01 aWa i
MY s -at e om m t ftreds Mroa Ormaml. Mp is vi ma her ma1Am Mrs. I
giAe ea.t &b hiA-W. .." D.iad X4 0 0 a -a e dCag L Mainam.
tha he weuld talk sheaNt th w et la 15 "dldy. I ho the Dysoer I, r. 3155d Uu flM I Nto a d
erop, shet thuea omee i iof obe he. I P S* Se dp e to Am a lper
the West -ad tshtw sim ine y r sei ahehrS m. tha aSaeat. Thns egtie.
elebt estt-. He mid T. A.3ItIiosb edbgaseemmd se T. lethmeah J bh he d,
Kaspp ke m aibo She gt- Web to S* at WUIsOiwa-m 3 N. Smait ca ,h s .ew
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aoent, to foUow the law of
omaamdmats, pracute the
~s usd not be atvdd to a
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qut of .ptiIt. mn. who bt
4. to th ears of his pro
a thM setio of his tatl
PFt.O "*, 'Is thwr anyhta
to A m"m, t" st b"t P
wOen Obe res4r0 tho vwe
May the LoAr who tl4d hlis
the little cheilr an d esse
be with you and us; au tat
gAide yora Il the right ways,
yFO may apply yoerAeeIS
After the address by P
Marphre.e eeolleat and Ih
abot tats were Made by the
pret sad by Cogreemam
The prsdet tu p read sev
osoemeatm after wibh "AA
mwas NuW ae ur stwn-
*aesm wero esselded

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Pfrm TuAesr b a *a:
A measo te ste S waU o
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wbak was bara*y titnded b
the weew eased hr
iem ho misneg de oletes

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be te to that b&W y -m Oec
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fi wt, ktm aito e 9t feaw weeps
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I e wrio "' M Hand Sweliw! and Then Humot
Dav win s Spred to Arm, L and Face
S over to It was Something Twribe.

in the DOlOtfI'Pt of
city Sat urday W "I hawve used the Cutcurs Remedies
e, a wellMo-knoP l*W r a very bad omae of _ecams with cone-
se' Chet Pat IMso.. n-e 'pte"uooses. About Gftfen or elghteen
0 1 yi y Ag e disease developed the
Sand the IJA cc ape large inbeed on top of t
be i a a serious i whle hand. It bue and Itched so m
JL be In a ..... T^TTT^ ,l I w. compelled to ,how it to a do-
pegro that dide t e.wt. eld e phe ronounced it ringorwmon. *ald
t ball s -very. Uht of It. He va w aa
I^ ". f.. ^. weab and toldme to lupty t before &,
The case came W tl 0, thW er Ig* to bed and all wou ovw to the
: Monday at4 tl 10t l wthe orming. But the next morning myV
et Monday bmsdvidi wall wollen up and It poured
negro wa Vp p P rW" 9 When the doctor came to h olepI T
ourt, and the ft the M0 1e Wd him the hand and to my Pa^
grav, tadi biebe told me at he had nevew r -
pade. Ma' W&' w lped u as oae In his prActiop and
r under ad"id ,Vl l Mid Itwsjet I poultiod After
~er au t t tryg his different remedies the diam~w
likely turn 8 4 t inee and w mt up my arms a
-,nty authorities at 41Wl. ,. I fnali towa my thlhe and ik w MnZlly
-. and t on my .ao. -n w i
Oist, the IJrOd aMe4 was o ble. Afr 1V
bere and bad a wo. tried this do a mI gt, long
.erea '_we I wnt to another wo'
borne who lives (.r-; etion tton of being te bt I
Ms on the A. wO.et; i We' town. tod a t was a bad came of
S- o- eeomw And tha s It would take quite a
ulMp at the time Wi tSM wle to our it. His medicine
upon him r mW W "r adaft s at th disea but no fur.
Srun him ot o thd at- iy coaoluded to try the Cut*.
r gettinDg him R A te bouiIt aoeat
elded In makNg -N 1 mst and a o osle at imt yraesolvet
a his person, his g As0111 b nd adfuund rellt a the rttrial eXow-
aL ,. ,,,, beg Ct. ed ntUid 1 was completely Frere
jacb bela. cut ..di e. sdoand I have notbeea troubled
Dr Ayer, who w with another attack since. I still u
. r the man had tMvt ta bet in4oinsu m n amly a
a( about a 0mie tO 111 1 1s ore or other rapidly. Iea
gated that the woe0d1 w1 Ot me1tO- frYNWrut sa a th "
m eur medies a beat so far as ay
essumarily fatal, but we -e OuS, e went with them and I am
a.d that the party had lest salde0re r ijeoomeodInd t hem. fell w
jkl. blood ef.m' e h geqhd fi m SMDNot nmsking a = Vvah. Bu.rk'
e blood beoe d bl. 236 W. Market t., Chambeturg.
It required somethftg ovt thirty p, Sept. 19. 1908."
s.tches to sew up the raids, the om, e tea r
loWgest and most se4U1s, .ee, being o f
from his side across his testacb, and mador
ftlly ffteen inches In length. His vim "t
maucles were als out amd the doe. "0S i
4or is of the opinion that the weapon
wasu a rasor instead of a pocket

Handy Hughes, who as apparent- SANIARIUM NOTES
ir as handy with his abpdi W s his
same implies, was mded and
csts for slapping a wOta bethe Dr. J. H. Hodges, the medical di.
str!ts Saturday *lght rector of the Sanitarium. has decided
The former case wil be UHed to enlarge and refurnish some of the
spin this morning, provided ths la rooms and connect them with private
Jured negro is able to atted court, baths. This will be a decided Io-
rad in the meantime May r Davis provement, and when these room.
will have decided whether or not are completed It Is believed they will
to turn the case over to thie county. be as comfortable and handsome a,
-can be found In any Sanitariuna l
From Wedaneday'a Daly : the South.
Will Stroble, the se hao lkman It s sincerely hoped the Board of
*ho ko badly cut a80tur mepo on Trade camn Induce the A. C. L. railroad
Sindav night wa f th 4 M U- to allow stop-over privileges here o
action houses In the ortho'n parti through tickets. If this were done
the county authorities, ad be will who now go further South, would
probably be tried sawr a & rio 8 pay a visit to the Sanitarlum.
artg. of assault wht a Itet to kU.' AUeticipating cooler weather the
The wounded Ba4 Ca- Q1t, Bafltarium is having Weorsl car
I now in a moast wro tmd0ie. loads of wood delivered on the
a1d while. there are so- 1sa lor grounds.
5 !wnry) the 4roW Tatrs *t Durtng the past several weea
his Inji*rti. are seortos, many sick people from the urroume.d
Git s a strange sasp l thie 11as towns have come to the Bas.
^ats and has been hein oly dshot tarium for treatment, and In almost
f *.ks. coma frm geg every Instance they have bee en-
lohna so he uw o L isr able to return to their homes em-
' and p, e 4r li lt L'I tirely cared or Ipatly beneeltd.

1r l be vtnuethuSe Mt o'j e I that et. of lowen ar always apt
a* ina '[." ,; pue*uteed.
h i,* b,, ,tated l- jpi. tar K. Hodges oa Nevwesry. a re.

E and the rm kt io s'ad reremed to hls h .oe
lb, 8tr.hl.,. ame :: -I caMalrs o t eouooe-.I

bo M w u
Fesi~ p~ ~AMuUtohltho vu at ledtoa isA
F~LUpq fromm$left two td to Ws
bmwtare b heUm H. A.
lee. iP*UtI he apatient sml.Mt howeew
vbJ Whq ftI Z~tof Reebefle. a vs
owet ssrkl aist. WMLW" woo
1 ar likol ft o Ime ethe bsomarmU a e
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All the OfflOef T OW Building Cut
Off an* Wil0 Torn

tro Tuesday's DoY ft aun:.
The old freight depot of the Sea-
board whkih baastood the usage of
Gainesville for the past several yeam
is now being removed to a point about
twenty feet north o1( ts former poe -
tion, where it will be converted into
a practically new U0dla.
The p1qce that was used as a pye-
*enger station and .ticket otice b&a
been cut away frm old bulldlh4
and left to stand thr until they can
get into their new olees, when this
will also be torn away.
Carpentets who have been %t wort
on this structure for, the past numberl
of weeks state tha It will now t*
only a abshort while before the same
will be completed, as they have a4o-
ceeded In placiAs all of the heavl
timber under the bIlWlng and have
started the wotk o aoovwing.
It will be pIe n easterly 41d.
rectuon about ttfeet Ia additto to
being placed ftrlte. oortb. mad l4
order to give the re tred street rooM
It was eomieary to Cemove the arp
oU tanke of the Stmtdard Oil Coe-

The peaswsugr staiop will be com.
pleted as soon aU this bulldtil ha
been Joined ontoa te new structure,
and it bas made a noticeable change,
and at the aame Um re ay laeai
ed the facUltles of the Saboard for
the handling of It passene and


WALDO, Ot. 4.-Mr. and Mrs
Harvard retareI from their t
North, on which they took la
Hadson-Fultos Celebratio a&d WaW
latoc olty, with other Interesatn

N. ,. LPett baa for a few days ad
! larl (ver aad IIsl tuf d t
as to *IS ata4
1% A. Denmark has removed fr -
itarke here sad has employment mn
the a. A. I& railroad.
A. J. Bowves now of Tampa, ha.
-old his plase sear MUlUasm's atl
to J. N. Strialaad, who as bees r ot-
Is and living oe it for a year or
nore. l
Orlando Weeks has beens 1olw
of daty for several days by the ala.
fortune aof sawaing his thaH. Ills Uw
barber shop betweess rtoloboas
block ad the latefama alMdag Is
about empleed and he woI m iO
from the old etand.
The Co afedterate vemm wwo
pleased to eceiv.e their ow le
I-e ,ada the mew bW Jfalfe
T'iteM Alto eB their paqm tree a
Charge whisk Is meek s, a al ad,

der most favorable agIees.
Mr. ad Mrs. T. M. Ashes ae
Parge, Ga., sear wbwe his adMgle
all 13 laoested.
Mrs. J. R. Wllkerseo, Mra. W. i

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MI, aa Mns. Hueh lUgl p

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go"e iagehe b the*0Purpose of me
oelving the bhekat.o' Amesee 0*l

2%er ajouned to take n the am*
topslo aon e**mat Mhaday, the boolm
nat belasquite ready r them#At

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TMuUS Owetd? Utier twot? ow
pluwmbs slow? Uiver seeds waking
up. Dos% sRoguletscore bilious at,
tasks 16 ensat#& AyOWdrug ialtom

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'7 uAt D L MICA1NOPy.
Ow at u'MCANOPY, Oct. o Flo-r,
-,.g g. i1 10 Ro'te+".,o Smis sio .es. ,
O- 0 '% I .r ., / on Burr, Newton A. lit
'k ,1. po ,l .o C. Dunn, met the c tiz s lbe<
0000,111d4W )=" f txatdy for thepurpose of heari
4 O M tlioUlh 'i .-g *ompli l utsp in reference to better rail
........ W _ 'A Mr. Riddle general
A61lN l .. _" _I__ i ll___ ___".____ __ .. __"_ u -m nt and .M r. Sparrow.
pm(a ~ h i.M eaglilneer of the A. C i ro.
.. M EAY,, _it*41 1. et1P OmsaYa,. were present.. After di
A, oilrAU t Mkf the question at klength

EM; ii. ,ATow
Tere Mf bta T9 tatatoh ak eid t.i n ( 4 Il5l i the a grelU et wsi relih e i b.1ed that ill b

i n$ ow 611* ar T got
S'be "^LW ^ ,T+.i iL"et okitt*'chao, spotu11 h ues misatorto. the people of 1;'canopy

Iala dv t, a B ., .. aM an c m)w : s i e" o thtt t hch bo here, will begin a s
a* Mi d4 atootitr era dmsr M;an b epo011ebt to 1f e3 0 aA M ad bAMUM6 of Matens at the Baptist chur
lr bf de2er hs S I 11.%^ md 0S30.4 UW ^1 9 T9e i14SYOctober 12. H .
1 iid t1l wstO W U d d4 the cooperation of all il,

Sedo + a u he s a 3 .6 at 4 rtat s y otesk
Afb.h.re. m s Mr.and M. M. E. Lawrence ha,
__ or bh. moo sa ate Aft,/ wh
BrOg4 0I B11S h aglSgd eie tee 6, ts fg e itet o. rne. d. from a. M few days viit
Sr SeWbih A 1 4 b 4, ft mrae a Cresom t City.
OW O "Ub wi do h, 0 etft f to avoMt11heavy 1H I MesNrs. V. P. Smith and C. R Cur.
n" w aI sOus- asprst~ Age u t thre ,tWaoaboots were in town ,este.
yse e a rLt. L

orw 30M Pill 11101otTdl the-iss doing
11 A ll.tiVA) w er W o te nola ea to jatd isaeg ti for e ins"yp loely under the leadership of MM
iP is;ftaiSrl "" 0 agt _ a o wie h0 wobMi youe' tedo ana gull it e0tI R H Ai"M D. Truusler.
.sII0otod bt r .......= *Iu* O ir mo thto eot e wINM teni na No, p 'an ", te r I hlty. l B hs 5 1 th The farmers of this section areis
I?.l, Ith het Rrpo r S e, lM or1 dd o t dt e cw bythan o thea t_ o. Rod r n ln Inorder to get thei
we.r .so & Uly hIan& I w 111 oA" r e Isalu pl.V to. ..ready for the fall n r
S*io u t% g w p t to e dsitaye hsowe p oed ant so tty ome o the sportsmen ar having
= to'a' p 4- b or eN&gh tsr' ,loada e W bA p0 s meee W od look shootingdc ducks. One
b. ,t ouhr Mo1mh hilde eIl g, t'Wei ., -Ml o f a toeo lound the l lt ot O itS ro tenty-two for on, mor
el iw e d 1 o,6* towms t4he t wo os be s orf 1 t1 of t heM aed petha te farst tep In todte I am ote w llstrugi* WmOrt
| v-inmemt df the La- A Ichign co to leh 1O e1 wt e kcW ed. t* liMmpkement of halt our- ontry ap pet s Sdpzt ov tehlem odds, mith, he g a Jelly
I.4i other wealthy rwoeldtO will pf -Otl 4i I 11 ~. o Ih rgads of to be sewr srveys, mwa sad tf laba victory from defat of ,1 c S ith th a ael
-,It I owt WIe althy o i)wta Will pe i god teoor San t roads W l tOfbor o b 1 T ohM.ll I i i T was in towdn this morning
a. pas equal tamot. It vi. with them wwhos tWe same Is killed Ig tbe stralghtr where It ea b be prove tt the v of th Mr. tSmith Ands it almost impossible
A* tS 1 Mtt Wh J.iX Ko to iasnI anotthr a where tey n dese wotht "nieag the prade, tidns hoes ald S u to p the% many orders he has for h
ils id i to stitafts 'e, aide. i and- dM 4 thie MS r t -elly.
a a sting y with his children. Al who we not otnos ti esosve. THE SUis 00NN CONTUet. (.
Sof th mst piy license t Notie of Dissolution.
.er ol 4'A. nY newset for m e yrs e Uoltos e t t th edreank M. J R. -Parrotit svi t Bhi rritt, a With view to ow wat s Not hereby given that the
| o of the ladif Inewspaper ta" beet orhey sh be permitted W ta tl pl0116 In the86th of Pro, dlI Al 01ootY tn the. wY fertotoredoing business at Archer,
t A h MsemeNd w n" Q dta tto bhunt I' this ty. whM M ays OT O "as Baner. *and rites prd*cl* oorn. The SU fers theb V Florida, under the name of liodg
a $ edimtorialt and usrn" news depart. a doo for 3 e6ty w Mo under. da*e Septeber 3th that he lowlag cash pr for the beet orn Wood ha been dissolved
Nest of The Orltudo Dauly Reporter Is issue a r&R.tB.o hisHo l e ry day d r October N Im41 M R. Bn. HOGSON.
. 1. wole the local M news dtprfit et Desk a he il Uled bt-wee hope to breis back to Pelordja ehrgy 15bth, a19 -o l
~S ed ahr by tJo Bto. O the f t of April and fist of Otober. ad st res eoaes to f u y meetll Beet tal of c ra show wo
Ieve Sleeps" tam. This tea oght It uis alawful to have. i n- the dem a-. anatMy be ma&e upon or= ms weIevopdears.. h.00 A PLEASANT WAY TO CURE CA,
make The Reporter8tar a twlive seton, l a or dead, or to steob or uhim- e himintatl.a to every Second best stalk of corn...... 1.50 TARRH.
kill, any wild bird other than a ame IM'r strength and Mr. Parrott taxed Deat re of oo ............... 1L t00
bird, at tany tm of the year ame too heavily, and as a result, i nt Soesd best ear ot corn........ l $. Poor deluded victims!
The suprttead*nt of schools i birds being particularly designated as gave way, AWd his friends bbeao e The cort eatered meml h be w ti Cottally sprinkling and 'ra-ing
VPh~ldelphis has published his plans gese, coots, pversm, rf bireo. an, vey sollcttos concerning him and Alohus outy; must deltrred at md stomach dosing.
S providlag ebool chldre with woodoo, al pwesw tame it wil b pl sat news for tIhe to The Sea ico, ll a a e paid,. be What are you doing it for'
we v ebes. ft-he xpt*i lows, river and M a doeks, braeat. ra, knew tht he is rgcovwlag his health fore October 15th, and ndbeaooMpaaled Trying to kill the catarrh t
Is to be tried In four of them a b ., WIN tArkeye. rowe, pra n owayw ral ly. Mr. Parott has by the growe's amW, ddr6t as sns Mia st as well try to kill a c
puabto o s iated ools sitaitde i M s, ants patridgO, visited sgiand, AAtris. Germany, ber dt *res prow, average yield per with fresh milk.
5ed distriet4 and the plan to be quail, turtle doves, tame 'and wild rane and Sln, hbut says that aome are, varty, and a abort deecriptlon Sticking a piece of chwiing rim h
A ded to the whole school sytan pgSem ad roa No person sa" l o thee places appeal to blh In the of the method of cultivatUoL. the upper left hand corner of i rnt
It semr to be eueustal. The molest or destroy or have In their ame way tha Flori ld ooe, ad be The eibits will be peetd Isa some oar would slaughter Just a :;
v dldien are expected to pay 8 epts possession the nests or eggs of any Is anxious to be back home and In public place ad left o exhibit lor a SwOrus.
S day tfor their lunches. wild bird. Persons are pernaitted to working bante e oe more. Talk ftow days at tboe -letoAe of the osltet Too can't kill the germs that (Ns
--=kill birds destroylap their crops, and about friend,4s but you will never and The awards will be made by oMpe- catarrb u less you get vh.'r, thqf
Mr. Harrima was msaid to have m- to keep tIn a eae redbirds or ncekmtg a truw o"ne an Mr. Parrott has been tent breors, who have not entered arw
Spretedthe wish that be was a farmer birds lor their own plasure but the to Florid. any corn is the costent. Yom can get where the gK%-r ..r. ..
( Mtead of a finanier, because it same shall not be sold or shipped out The object offering these prIses breathing Hyomel. the po rful
Vpuld have acant for him greater of the State. A New York Judge has called upon to to stimulate our farmers to seet o ing antiseptic, which is 1.. ardm
eateaent and happlnesee, There The penalty is severe for v lW m Hornblower, Samuel Unter. thlng In the wayt Csops "1 *ofto kill catarrh g. rws
are M~ wishes which are aunattaln. of any of the meotims of thee ame W er ad Do Lancey Nicoll to co0. W and to Shp. BM WtSA) It In. that 'j
able. b# the wish for a faramr's lit toaw. duct the defense "a three murder as l to are minut -
r e" beasn altsed by Mr. Hardt. caes. rFor tbet services they will r. LOCHLOOSA NOT t 5d by J. W.I Mer'4 1ir
mas day ea cho&e. He had but MrW. O. H. P. Bna t of Newpaort v 500 apiece alh the laow aallows -- t s arsorm-
tSo tun his baok 0 Wall street saand New York strtkes anew and for defense of respoadents unable to LOCHWDOSA. Oct. e.-Mwses a Ut i M by l dedr! i drug'
iltok etoa to the solk But evidently urpristin note In the woman's auff employ counsel. Their eustomary ma CasonB. mma Warden aad Garee where. A complet. outrt mo to
it as haut a sentimental wish, not rage movemet In an artle pub. Ist weald probably ainam to twenty Moore of Island Grove were ta town inhaler, costs 1.00. Extra xt'
aeut to be taken seriously. and that leds a endr this dys ame In a times that amount for the time re Thursday on a shopping expedltlp. Ces sore throat coughs ant 0 ,
it the cae with many of our express- current magaxine the movemest to qured. In their wllagneee to serve 0. A. SIngletary, conductor of a "I take espeeal pride in re
S4d ptothrence.. represented as an haptcMable *oeles er's of a class which Is for the worktrai on the Mast Coaet railway. is Hymaal to asthmatic r .
struggle between the sexes. Mrs. m st part forod t depend mpon coun. spent some time here with denda lad I kamw by experience that
Astoabblug statements are made by Belmoat tbinks that men will never mel ineompeteat to handle a ease ia week. "*med tkares. I ha 4
Jobs Keaneth Turner tn the irat concede the political equality of we. whicb life is tatvolved, thee disttaguish. Dr. Creekuore of Citra was ia town Utiog Myomel had an' rcur
t a' series of arttiles on MMelxan men without a m insotairf hree.-- dwyr set seampe tfor prfee. passage. After apeantag a year and If not ftght. Witbt a'enerstoo or eleal brshrea enrywhero. In oese J. C. wayman mnade a bustamas trip Kica. June U. 1I
a half tI Mexico and visiting nearly so. a acu ag oreas bt re prophecy, day of legal e slIa. and large toIsland rOe Thursday.
I ery part of the country. Mr. Turner tho wame ot Jirts wWi pubtIsh Se it to ofte igottes that the aS. IRoe made a busineas trip to
Ssoperts of his own knowledge that to the mena an s tlts *sm what try is S sw-e Oloer of th iourt Ibwthora Thursday.
mm ond womes are estsaved tor lie after this ftabot *swal yes ive and the srvant of Ntlse. epaty sert rketem ml AftoMeir fg gndIeSt
the themsande--tarnad. beaten the ballot we wll not marry youe, ==== t ealne-se were ta tW ris numve y an 1 r -*N.
sdet. la our country peasage we wil not work ti your places of The tim w4 mnd that quite ro. dayI oa hoa meineessl
< a to oltesany discovered and tho buasaeas we wtU bave nething to do eeaUy. whee tbo suklees way la wnkb L 0. OCshean left Sates tobark Loera tti.'s
e9rpelrtern preescuted. It t aiier with yea socially. indeti *ay ealkm l ad lail ed M Heights to k - w days asL -
, wosspe. In Mextic cm the other way. The woens wue nmev o esese was a liwn-e s the reals Y& r3 oa w-i nTIO%
hatd. i to maid to be comma ts.a anything of te imad-is our ba le sad mae travedo essafe. Bt of T. C. Reie o s awears was eo slofn KM -as .

mate rityW e Statte aad eles. lates eptoto, Mra. Be aleot. tale a meet wi o moge ha t he tW N Meaday. | *
we asot omly eed a tahe plastanms. -pe. Last ye er@o rede did afnt Ne yin may, mma m van Aoy- n
bat as Mseasenl servants. as t .pre It Isto be a pOlar year nto s simas a sido&e psagwr. sabeagh te ma amle"d pngAl mlatb"s *
ws bsboM IVito New Tark 71w paeLer at, the umber caed ead to a verye"e .4!
*9'~~ __________ paler drem and th polar eat howave many m tmLas TMi (eht 1bew L a J. TUmit aot f Creaa Cgee* wu S
Altwe a legS and baMrsbAg persId aIrady a*peared The polar shoes W prMeer emWl 1 OwlaWWeIse a hgher is town btmy *eshppe. .n%
Sunmesataty amW perIL b mtaIa tbe polr der e ros nd th* Pft slaves n erd for the MTy of pasiemsIn, J. Haymm of Oaimeemi w wlas .
w ith tlea Iasultlo f atreMleat ta he petlr rb n are nepeited d1Mly. ad a better eOeant with msMety ews S ea kirno t g ftase. -bU O Ofe
m wa me t by at Wl" o** Any womea who no s tar bobi the app ianmes I as isal dIre t is *tates. -.
Io testative saeumetloa. many aoyer* time as not Io beee at at e"mt o* p*mIease is aot doe to the ete. S Iwhov hm beeln tl theh atl g,.
Mmamaslnd Meers, mmmes atrges t polar esto wl be oMe e st meo t ao*me st sm states b ss beaa ha wlirwsI
SearwuptNS. eradals tIn e msetiml atoabi's rayaM at there is a great ft salutary aw. -mS that ompatoa ad jeed Us I.
w&h the purhae of arms. ream posesblUty of th d bada earned -*a. eas eyis party nw eta
a Uas cabinet anmer ea ar" ar t emCuh to permit *ein gvown" Whea Oe,. Joun at Mine* .5 the V.
Ia of an lmapedig third tute. a s pomle aabe ea left me very mo det or- e P
veatimo., the reaarred repubNo of CObd ata ^e of T.eWt. The -1. of ad maTh Pom omn t r
Wpearn to have esetred a am$ ot r Jim repaImd as @AW a am sows thA* e was In pealitiss.oh.is ed the owe.
trUnlity with __r_ _ble pr Mbe. that he wi the vooe e_ fte. to make u~, bt tor $m
Seet a of lair wte .e. Tho ea. ato oo.ty f A'n w.e r- ann.. dir bo I
-aw stti a& i c. 7s ebit. eagainst Fk VS tar 0m b. a im... Sa s" h eA
marke d th.t return u m "W Prhank ** Ofto--t w. he It is ofa set mt te a D I*
v"aostis et Cie Crteofi 0f the pre a werd to o armIet m% bt abt m hr m be W td o VI
dent. wO. s os thea. ho oas m ay As ea o r UI Jm ET he is amy aghag;LJOAN
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olor the HailrI

cos TO GA t. HIND THE BARS. W lift:

"as_ -a" -- Iit
We. .e. doe t "".. s. I- Im lll w wi
.soy Wil lIn th P C rgWation All Tried to Phone for AY R hAIR VI

-'.1 A pi Do nfColorl

Sheriff M. N1oWr l Jerry Simons, a coffee-colored e
was placed i r oi.t raised a disturbance at the St
"ops which wo s '4A osoeph camp meeting, and he nnov. N
.1W w sees do tW.I omaned in the Alachus county Jail 1 .L ll Voi
was shot at fr M having been arrested by Sheriff Ram,.
Sevenin-., by rey upon complaint of the member.
the parties lthat M 1O t of the chur .
r The nmett was at its health o J. r V
be remember a [last sBunay when Jerry, because hb y F _
since an attgd I -vulw was too well soaked with "old corn. -
Sfor the rop decided that it was not running Just JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. Ot. 6.-At- minutes lat
Thomnas and Cr* nt'ab, H tto suit him, and he started a row and tempting to eros the trace of the ar Mana
d the Lon Pond o t general mix-up, with the result that Atlantic Coast Use at the Pbsk road making abe
iassmyhavin--4O1etol0Mye a dosen or mai were all trying to ..rt the yards.
Sdeputised NelO" h at reach the sheri over the 'phone a: OIaz i s b d te etwo weon
property and StW t1 4. *Oth se same time to tell him of the tro. street, ahead of an onruahlg train, the rosal
Sthe attachment tW,0ot the ble and request him to proceed at and helstating, then trt~at agaln. were solt
he have once to the place. Anna Bush. colored. rbo Uved in time, bt t
McCry imand are aol, a 4rhls congregation of darkies meet West JackBonville, aid Jlit Miller, the passing
o ther c laoes w"- *every year near Archer, and it has l- colored, 124 tooewanll tret were demly the I
asioen of the oa is ways been one of the beet and most struck by Atlantic Comast Ume pMad as O the
Sfa tied lto s tit A. largely attended meetings of the eir. eager train. No. k, "The Dixie t waft
.RYi ldtetai y elso cult, resulting in great good among Flyer," at 8:12 o'clock this morins. Both weV
st Rather nd m the the colored race, generally, but this Both were killed Intaltly. of t tr tA
Sto gather a eaon the surprise was sprnag by The bodies were broaeht to the city bin rala to
der... sthove .Jerry, and he is now lamenting his In the baggage oar of the train, which dried yards
Sander the abo l M troubles. was stopped a few ards rom the ose of t%
ap at once Taed e l Some of the brethren are very bit. scene of the ao ldat. At the terminal wers wI
d laupon by Tuesdkyow ea t'er against him and are determined station the bodies were Ietlfed by the alta
red u belyenes t to push the case, while there are some relatives. Ot er 1
Sheriff believes lth t l L who feel disposed to punish, but at !Train No. 1. "The Dixie Flyer." wer eatur
Smake ted wthoroth the uthe time be as light as possible, and de Inthe clty at I o'elek, was few brought to
Sdiscover the orollty oes. teac him a lesson to be a better
discover the guilty one. man.

1ored people and is next to the him in a few days before Judge Ma.
fe section, one of the largest son, unless the case is returned to
I settlements in the OftY. the Justile in the Archer district, and
S exerc of thisis n ot very probable.
I were largely attended st Mrs. Patterson's Opening.
iay morning by our dtien. The millinery opening of Mrs. M. J.
with a large number oT et. Patterson, at the New Hat Shop oppo. BOSTON, Oct. 5.-"As operstjo for stared." ar
residents who werer i t site the Brown House on Wednesday appendicitis ho be ealed a crmia. doetly belle
City Reporter. afternoon, was largely attended. Many nal operation and as enob should be whe the p6
pretty patterns and styles were dis- prohibited by law," doolaree Dr. ef t
hi College has added played and the ladies expressed them. ph. atAfOL
t' to its fleet 11ed by the alves as highly pleased with what kChnarolet pII am se of be ASo tA t
h Is aquatic sports. The Ie01 they saw. known B0 t0 phhYelsI s66104ts am
equipped with eightar eea--g "I have hbe1 bllowlag the rigrsm tlua to uat
wkich can be used at al sa. Dr. Holt has resigned as pastor of appendiletis opertis ever sle hardly ae
the year. t the Baptist church at Lake City. the orase for this tam of surgery of deaths I

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To all persons subject to Biious Attacks. Sour Stomach,

Indigestion, Constipation Headache, Dizziess, Hart-

bum, Vertigo (blind staggers), FoulBrth Salow Com-

plexion or other symptom of a Torpid Uver, WE SAY,
a 1 "10 .


.1 .r

ft ItsIM ,tm S" do No~&C~li
Uver Tgdcikiowh hiRu uI

It i a a remedy. Its invigorating effect on To7 d Liver k bil tha mi lo. It uetbA The
first done moment, a few days' use curie the mos obstinate oa irem, weak, d md viete. of Trpid
Liver ane a PoMS in a day.

ARIAIt cure Mlr, Chills and Ag4I by -tlc the diseen -m n the sysIem
____'_ljI Ni II A and driving them out of th*ei W e M Ia i pr-al et Isa aithfal
iuarliana of ltIh. puI pts the Ptomach and Bowels in sosh be coAdi tlM taM te prm am" ane*t o

Everyhiyo s od h.ave abt of t"isgromt LverTook mandRqp*

Zith tbat~o~tahs. ig EPREPABDI Gtqa~mest


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a? Met

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to_ Am aebm teen tt ne
wMIM at piP
SAn White Chint tln 0tMeeltd
and. Cta R,* Their Bukeltes t Bo Pr-est1
the nt ihid.
at Meeting.
Seo htr m TMThe eduagtloeal rally which i s
d to aet at the court houeM tom.f
SelhI el rowN eveyalne s dM be Mttofded by
everyor the a t0 who is inteteted.
SI. ta sty a" uw i My at oal matters
It Is a q uetae that coenrs ever
I l. paWt ahm tolll Ia the eity Mod.
i OalU m e that at Mmo I*A @tts AO ehe
i- rt m 0 t4e pnrotdoise is voiew Ot

e, ad n or ofk t M
and Coaductor Reid, wasKxoolt drM wlU b" mde b
i"t the uuWiti Ia0 Iro.g Dro aurmh C an d tlaO Lwb
mgaslmr Manm sw .the d it Ia holpd to have anotr D. U.
IateR he had whistled fo lUtaher ot of Jk llte prIt Wnt
. ad &ast thatouht they address the mIeettho also, and ApetftI
to ecos the traeIs tI tendent Kelley, who to very eatht*-
Stoppd as i to awai astl about the Matter, stated that
Sof the tia. Then *s everyone should talk the meetti and
two woren started Iah- try and arouse a oawral felluIg 1
Vaached the oa l tr of the tin lterest of edoatlota Jt at this.
streak by tie laoosotivet tim
*e thl1w fte to0 0r sde While the wbo6le of Alabus con-
. mnW Maa breaght ty have advanqe more thea the pr.
f aaindmU within a hu. ierlot. w Ineas in poptlom.,
W Itdd vtet' go to they have sot dose what schools las
It asidMt. On of the othr otles have doe 0 th n e lin
i yet iMM4ng Mad w oh a ttdBaM. Sad It is sft to my
* of d R O 3 d ag that only abshout 7 pw met of the
Me tta fvw, th adowhite M olMrm of tohe otty we ow
d to m e aggm eb r qa to befeoundINbiAohbol T GWill
Me tWuaiti matlo. a0t be asked for any doematIs In at.
eadinm this nMeus, ne ther tis it
Settee up to oeiolt voluntary stb
SMripUsL. It is simply a move to
U l wakes up Interest throughout the State,
aNW lows mettagl wi ll be boM ig0
*evry commn(ty.
WeOdatyF '0 ;i=aWry mUer
I ErI inalI b of John Boll for kilit g Mr. U.e
Ms 3. P. Hardi. Mw tn bro t bW
-fare Juim W. N. 4.crawtd. bT
s Dr. Pags oad I 6161 0o1dmng W ww very oert-te do.
ye that the day Is eomiah feed'gat' Unw, MO. J. 0. .
oiple will realtse thv-t KO.es, made motion to wave eW
e appadix a riaitlk.C'. SmitNN..o ** bd was at ftar
; a"I the deftek"a we "room""
tmh widely prarl* b'ak toJ el go aw Wt
saving piJ by oe.er.. whleb M I Uthefout IM osimy
*the apWd Ml a.' It O"teIngggheairt.r 4.egmty Times..
Iry to dit the lkg "I U I
MWftitg th operates' I Iead he Wsast Is b i 0 I

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7 r 77 761ru. Court. E~hj

L ill InAlan c t 1-y !. vFli
ga~'u~l~bAlice SheI~ilard-o. r u
if, tmk. Older It appearing by aHXY
cto ,bill f oie
ALpiuWoofs 'e'spht it MOAlce sl 1
al A6lasethateo 'iLWa

Madeih.l ____________ IIerWWI! Lfa~iIh~

III man tj~ijff AS 13toerein u l,,d
isylit Of the State ofvqrusl,1i4
22"'.e "al 40Ibe J iA t ;'.1IbINreby reluih.d

6,EI urhrod I o

PORTLANDe4.- tIUaeG46 tosiy tq tAs 4 011t10"' no 1*i314inhthe sthailS
eve bubleIt ap e~tst 4id~e ~.she .wtuao bechev* VRIdhV IwOp be eilotev 40ne~PP~r
no%_his__s pr he -s I t vrueCOhyot iti
the dIOtrm of tthe reflues Mid tI *y- e.).$ esls.,b (eal)I i
lot o ak I 40pnenla we- s Ohu* or wjreelist ten(it*I.,e:
7'ra In hereby etatire 1 iset at ,uin7IP-d~. 8. ~ D
U~,uthem Pathe
am Swat *W poperly aftmoth i f~ th~~w~ha~etlS~e 11 N15ofTsiCEdFLECTION
Thnle ni 4thre Dint U to 11111111mm t .-atV.* Of lithtfessed by Fadrws aR~ i chol itt
e2vther00" O bbbepublsheofd oeveilt~.,

gee ad~d b SeatoThois. think .mE.jtii
thd ioctialni of; wumo w&Athedpurpo eoofonasin_06
inth u1 te Amul 60th" eef~ebnen eAssersed codycol riitt d
deu Ns?. ster"or-6.,'lt. (e )
ram to MW*O it,. ebsMd1"v., S Qi,
tin-wl."" tlosal a 0dwo gai 801 fsI .I n AXBy.1. U
4over opportebeentapointmd if I-Spe D.
V1110 ftwd"I-s--rsit leftfit10:_top.__________________or Soee l icitor. f.or (n H'11"i:
ULIOy of1h"e es fdhe3*681liObr& whuat ee4we."mIt U.folp.t AM*'- W4Wom *ft pead.boits-be a".so" 10no
"111 In' t. bIftreheeintobfteQintiygt* Mllsthboet $1, 104,oruba IWOe of 84 a06i"' i av~,~w u ~a AcNOTICE OF L ECT"' I ON.
The ime f marche 111followed (uchr wodft"'"u W. a %N":An letio ii
.4e ad wattermUiari~v~ an thaor. wuS ,..nd ets ubD saistRockytionollchol ut~~
4ha~ sggna.Wa ~ thast we all gke imruehurlto,.534S r ow lthis13hday.of S.ub tilw
toi Mot,, Ac.aer hihee Cht. irdPub

I .cltbg o schan cesis ~ Ims1ete i~W~Ito b bbwaterM. -To 10111110 b SWneerrtiony ,Iall hl itd,;
tJigsi o. #or t aofebowaatslcRouny thAn we 'ofve bees at as tle WekeeingIt ei009de wit1wa1 TaxrdodoSchool ] in the
'byajieve it te h uSr o er rm tmet neof ntneSte.I I' e .~ ~ s.5e rItuesayo c tobee ru litc, I, 9
ofteeU ielk te q eli wea ai re. 1y IAN, b Of the aly sd ou smlk for fe" tUed.' Weltepurpose of dc&riaijinii!It. 1j
whn.aa c ores" *Wt 0 f it o b ga s he "00# 0109 a*"be ass ssesd and clv-,(
gahe,"rg14WaekIi60a404$ad m i*NoothU~ edinetscvdg twoyasOnit
layngofam rtdo Cagwhem no chure Imth is" ,twiop for. =0100a4sfor. sulk ".-"M 4111thoeneafter. o'c wlock a4nd e
4;m m q he0011010. n 111la hed a ot ,u: g't. Tb
nearq in pilnial. Jewis"P5MW theatoatrine @1bekeld butledsifr h S cliishaecbetors nidilsw(tr
ermchatPltaur. B ewdas ndtib'Wetuloen"ty, wll lc yernwUb n ml ease he he4 V3b00J .Htl~~a
ofaCtolc*slualna Hlbtal heeMre ppoutun41111111111100 f Si to eIAM arn..Is Mond egrsOmutasum Iipj O LM.1Pvle oe0 l
Moat.nPrhe eat Tf' pca ri ast oOAFW610rapidly. IB#@~loee"*1f LW 0*bII11Y order of the- board'of
U111141 rism'4111I *40e "d*tbm t r tictoti of Alachua ct'ind't
~Al cwIti m goa pe sur mnghwegall wedig tsaydow ah a dran D this 13th day of Solitiil~ r.A
t 1410I111"e odaeislygthatthe frieWasa lly msdela diwtradded. Tit er R.v I 1 4Wv
mesoreofti Uie "I s ot.t Uao u. waen iuaal 4sh SereUp* Ch'n. Hr!PAb
wok Sec. and &tul"
"Ius'.whsk. likemy own t aeftu M"'Psi^euIwo V,- 440unil he 70 m, ,, Atest:1.2.1211104Y

'I. k ald o.Bu as omytelu fy eL OfeuveYulosgti itl ayisr sN 0 dO tobSeri9,l Sub- fr H eo o
alie mnrm r thse vaihwb Mm"ka f eavme ad gee, thFVwsol,111111HuIO"?UI fesoes ospros eto eermining o~-h~
We IgPgog atphery Wroutllat mW huDa'tthoe1 vluevi10AA*1dast pll $es atb" "W g sqS~W e hallb hnged, for th electmnof
ineot b wih-tex~k i leiesaelab~ s486ssaed. Tmmi5oW bestood to a tmthretrusesteo.adfrew ib' jun
-a fllgetenimt tou'Uy I caosta fta.p _____&b____Is____ Uage to beollessed an corete
01"e Not kby V. In for. the n rat ue ofin ult"

1Ms1hk1r1urhuhu__0N' b.01w. e hae, .G.been appintd
ofmak ascPittsburgA But a fe
o~rORclerk4W.w. Salata lr
of aCabolle nstiutio at olonit. W vbnov~ OPPKI~uty ofem 1101110;= t saw Ig 37014e.ait Bfordrhefthe iaarl o
'1in it' p a rl U o ail 'e s ~structiogiof Alachus C065Qtio
lgbt bon weding ts Wa dowj The emte.tvallkIstthuedmab ll f 16thisbb13th lay of So'('flit"r.As
e'V4Do I I WY ret 141111" W
to gelt b to INkyf tat he ertle l"Mme t~ys e sillsho sod aseaddd. b~bG Mr OL lditeChnC n.BrrPu
"Mors~sof ths Ud'am rote o Weft11110 4use OR 6Wthe aseprut AttoesGt: .L. KELEYI.I

:Lec. todthe 9"

a Zust wwin NtieIs brb
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pA,-FIEND .AI a ,,o.... W
N RATE IIS-,,, .-.I,

THE TRIT" ATTACKSD HIM, BUT Sundsi afty muwit Wait saere
E M OB w m- HE i EAT THMM "P.. with camp ealca. ad m a n I ll "i u
FiI.MItheAN RY MOiHgo"Anemost dowa'ee
i 1 in .n ......................... i $ standardd rt.d^ @ ,i
^ Am olt Oil Woman W *Hele* tort Itand pike tor a saplys. Wh2e so m at.
StarvattGn CooP"s r the 4 the SWt Sbo
vu v v to i thonwle o tt1n1t as lay- the 6 kind thA
Near or The N poison soo eceammoed h *
I .-.?-.,. h-- i M -i st ys sdarp and Iv
to The Sun. sgro was taken before Miss Merrit ST. JOHNS, N. IP, Oat. 4.-Trase:y (Mt h Ata It t(alM that she -
a 'or the purpose of identlfcation an the r North fo .d the borden P -T t o M whl Alaw* A
I VlA ifbhe identified him as her assailant. of the newa brght to pot yesterday letA te d w t Wha" t eMMA
exicted to a &" 04* He was quickly brought to Oriando by the Hudson ay Compay'.j. -s stea ot t o roc
the arrest a and *is now In the Orange county Ja l. "erAdvetUW." whVeh tvd wt estimated by the UtherItL--i-14e
egro who is' *mit Hainlton would have undoubtedly terew of ti et aOwmde wh r. .tyr.lad ea
asault upon RMito MiW Ar- :am lynched bad the angry citizens s og" and the Mtary f a Esan *k v t arV S
Lockhart., T~ ta o d* of the Lockhart and adjacent terry. who drive to a & mballum by Caterui Owt edl M .a .. o
ido, on Satr O found h., they having became starvation, sat his chiU. with locw aleUatos, s they eamt
ti (f this hotibat dips much wrought up over the crime, parade ** o, oa thi fleet of reach the ret of the ditae. Otarhl.
m. n.ro came to *t a.e but the officers hurried the man to whalers, mat me U t h er compa- te a blood or el ie -
she was toe. S, s prison in so short a time that there pon "saowdrop" whe, she was aadn ver to uar it you sit take
to insensIbilty, ~r *as no chance for a mob to get in its cr hed in the to oes of Dafnta ternal omedtes. HIrs Catnh
lushing his purpose t oer work, and In fact, before the people Land early tI August h ar ago. The Cre t taoea lnteraaUlly, ad t TOOLSs
oor of the roo were aware that the right party had crew, with scanty prO~tuoss, made rot'ly e th- blood and mo -. w
condition. She reasi nt been apprehended. their way over the belk =Ice toward dtfL *.U'a Catarrh Cure m n ot
sodition until the artlItHr 'Thisl was the second time that Miss the mainlad. and wen istoked up by a mas medte It nwas pneeoribed I Y % 'ave &mo
lowe, time e, .N M Merritt has.fallen victim to such an the steaer. by 01 theM 1et phy I t as .i L '
was given. s 00. *~' odAtrage as a white man was tried The Hudson Bay I ated poll re- o y r ears a e
were notified, 4 tor a similar offence upon her a few port, th tah lt l kin&i orohh. by es.
and after ooi years ago, but was acquitted. the "Adventure" the enaUIbalilum et e with the o
saturday night Od Misa Merritt 1i about fifty years starvig skm h an' sMb best bled V Oate tUy
Hamilton was tja ai of age and delicate. IN and huntting Ies had been a o the M ht. Thet at Iour o w
about oo JESSE E. BURTZ. fl re and drive mad by huna. he om l the tWe l Ieleata
cut the threat of one at h" children what predila o me b w4 Aerfm resaits
and then ate the little victIm. t gtau g tat sh. *o e r t a w what y
When the mano's e lghbor learw" mal e.. .
u NV U U a 3f the horrible eri te or attackP J. N O. Tole.d 0 :
Shim according to the pefttielaw Gow Bold *y 01t11 tt11e1 NO,
of their race. The teas B baet ofa TaWO lish Pasty PIUS or 1 OW
all &a&malt e.shot down seTeral of tof O w .
by t WW W it l attacking party and escaped Into The rowers arod DeL And will . T
S- wtilderaes. His fate Is unhown. ha ia bimet ad beut ep of
mWro at Cochran's sli par a t rence. got a promise from the mother wa -o ...ai s yare With te- aIlM RTAIt
. on Friday of last eat she would not tell anyone how OI o tr*e5 a Ioa rk Sftu N r R TAI
........a _. the child met its death, and In this a, m ose f Mhe -weors, a betr price--
no way she saved herself from fallingI tAC IE L D h' se bi m..,n. wila statm Ortsh
Ia strap because the beb Y* a victim to the blood-lust of the brute f a VML from Myere sesto ill trt NorthI r m r ,
i by crying. .. whom she called husband. Escapin the late partn of thIs meathm sm N8W 000D&..
hees declare that the A their from the clutches of the murderer, MILWAUKE, W-, Oct. 4 -An to beslae to t __ _
I the child up f o t eor she told men of the turpentine camp Immen espot on the su n acIr brt Is et"Is M lll llom m
1 it was lying, held It,. t ba of the brutal murder and the murder 80,00 ill In dameter, which ehasn etl U be frt for e witin ,,*
I and beat It to death with a er narrowly escaped a lynching at been overlooked apparently by other o O .-l NUre. I T
l He thea dropped the body to the hands of the people livinot In the astreme of the onwtry whe ave adU g 11
Son and finally lekie It into neighborhood. their attention focassed on the pl*e*t orto *w
pari The mother ran to the It. Complaint of the murder was Mars, has een discovered by Dr. Who mf sm tmhat kind o w eth le" w s. -I _
I ga ig body and plekad it up. made to Justice Wathen at Carra Jla i Meary the Marquftto frot Y ow that dtlt umAtA.PUal o" We" wI* ws
a- sie held it to her kroat Ahe belle and be issued a warrant of ar& University astrtmer WO At M f I I aM Mof l alag
Iediw that life was eUlnLc rest which was duly executed and the Upon ti spiotwiclel vilIMe to it Iso by wttl a N ttOe ot oalyd ... aW.Me.oe ms
i father, under threat 19 ill men finally lodged In jail at Apals, pthe nased e and whieb Is reality11 M gL a o tt. *f .Luss*
' hbe told anyone of te s mcr. lachicola.-Apalachicola Times. dL -p of four smaller pinpts, r rhemam,-ehl. tS H allll fret l.t. LI r.. .. .u.i
McGeary tblhink my be placed at lM OM bI f Josts 4d ande1 nil 0 l
Iards In 1elolse a couple of days to attend to their West part d th Ire sponsiblityto&6 pasS sad* foi -
I Wednesday's Day : great volume of business the Sries myeterloss *ag tlitte IoIld by W. N. Joe asai
1i County Commoiseers at farmers, mechanics, rallroaders, la. disturbances which upset telepheale
w of Public lrmctio were boarer rely on Dr. Thomas' IColectric and telegrapiclo Service. t AmrtIa
Sall durlg Taeday. T1 OL Takes the sting out of cuts, and rope recently. W to w t ha
eMplcted their labor, wM burns or bruises at once. Pain can. Mr. MGeay aeoo believe that be a gives a

somies to be magast, d of
son, the magestle lasemoee of wI"bl t UATr m il
be contends Is probably Iaerag| by S L A-
I ii- ll theg Iate ap t fp Its t fusr -
which are mow plainly vsibsit B tMs
.i.- : part of the worlM t gtlht s__ th Ime Iii lb ^
increased power of inagnetl salt n a 'r

-. ^- Oiar~s ezpkuat.lm of the re,. a 4W

tnba n h,_ ___ """ "9* H.Wt AfuA| biT b i.m_
S. .. ...MIiW. WANTS dM@.. 1 N I TID K _

a l i v est h e p a. .ei s m a v e m . . . ..h* * *
an .J i d T 9.WU 9tfsuf ^^^LS. thw amea a smeotal I

to the dtr islne OMth. ae WPW$ 10
rend is Sam ft- toew meno _40_m kd K
aThleu te he i mp ,W vw lg'PU
botwen G amissln.a dt ea" &W.SOM LIII'TOts Plm~ v ws

Dop~ e. ... .....

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r~t ~n f the 1~ AMA

A TTS OP OSf n -. y ot Tu t k
EOURab WoeWT S TtX030

What Ma. HesNppe a i Wi slalo fi1, th e, ebr

-i ht.v.0; t-lt7e Vi i^.u
lgag to heb-bte
eeleftees of IW t he aal Yics i3W0s St4at rest

Am ol T o rPIN D. mu'p, fU or asy years
i"W o .4 .iaa 'i lwale p 'ed
aiong th osor t he c ;ty ye. W I stee* itth a I Wi t acovlle yetrdy more.
jaiRs Ilaaotpy, was aseps the viltateo bes *. t fm L~ e ap bM h its

nrtarha i ooo ar n
te iW yeerdoy. Lter "Clasir of4 '4r4.tI wao4 :s 0 i, t
Miss Mary Rot ba, retnrd Ir the city yietrday n rote to M 1 rp, 1t tasa, ye whos t to4

te I 'i m l wfr Ymle
A ~pleaint visit w)& her" aS ua sy *as shot babnew bn4t oab a td.t
T. L. aHodgeb. t W eiWetoi.. ft w -. Pa on e t prouet

AUtim t to d mm sr HtriW. l sirpt1skmin 0.Is
* Lute Howell s4 Potpaatar A. C. L. an d T. L tSante, father asS qi t the 3 .344b 0 who wa
Reiddof Nebteity Wee tri ahl ag. twb repteio~Utie cit of the ou i a of tBow f
businl ess bi of < tdy wtrday., s uons were in the city ester dooty Cotum etoers. w vIa

i t, I o ,I
J. W. Harmtol o"n of th, pi grio ia i-yeste d. W 1y
aire ottises of wLaCrh e, ~ i the WV. Wells of laua visitd the toa le a t ote o ik ,t t at to sal
city Monday traasoting butem. ty yesterday. Ite s*tbae ,things the taiei p .h rcev0 t7ta
William stos ofat Blnd. a trmer aretMbsi Iriy It his0ty Jaut at toy pides, bot QWalt to the havy
f that section, was ba lg, M tai t w presIt time over the cotton e rlas ti,, a wrong season the yWid
withk hs GalIaesvite uind M do t. i w asoil. .
Dr . Howell of Nwb tyo w MsW H. '. WigWarn.ar Is. triptA glpArlet uanagek o
"WE Oa u t heCiy2sh oe* y e m i I i te Idt We i0U die Cd. h
eo aty 9 Sere they 5. lCarpeter of Jac110 U1
day to look after smnse buln eeikg mat *Yk
4a14e at o to their, ou rnnaetist the same company, ,*
I W. Rose of Aglanta, who s s.. a ,d / here to le th la-im it the late
tieg sowe time at Bviaston stWa up l. H. alla of Orne eights was Dr. H. Parce, who was insured
Il eson'a tat%, was In the tre aslng buiess to he ety yr Itn o Ws company for $5,000. In anohet
teorday on business onneaatgd with ta wty. He reports the roads dry and colun of this paper will be found a
h asam. Gusty 4S ra.W badly poeed by the letter ftom Mrs. Lydle Bowers Pearce
th e. niht of Laie waa aoag testifyind to the prompt settlement of
I. K. night of InrCrosp tln48hho)"1
the visitors to thisdo yesterday. He W. S id, deputy seef of IL- the Claim.
says theA turpe are tbusy sad that Crbs. SinoK the visitors to the Prem ThUSea*B Dialy Sm.
within a short while ane grtnlag ty yWdy, having comoe to W. 8. TitllUs of Waldo was a visitor
wtI be the ader of the day. It $ eBple of prisoners who were to the city yesterday.
N. 3 Mott a me eat oaf tia rt* Wpt p O lin. Fraak MoDavid of Monteocha was
eopy. was la the tty yetoe tnday W ilghtlat J viwte was aA visitor here yesterday.
was jst returning freem a -atH to the b"aMea iuitar to the 4tt yieray. Jaes Case of Waldo was among
markets1 where he purchased his toek o sleOd at OThe M iage and Vs t a efNs town visitors In the city
Smerohaa4se for that place. newed his subscription for th4wety yeiterdtay,
A. I. ,Millr sad C. M. Smith of tr Couad o yer.U I K. Soarborough left last sight
vinaston visited Gainesvlle Moaday. W. Twer of Mloaopy was a for as ort businea and pleasure
They state that rain weld ib higbly visitor to the ety yrtsul. Be 1 visit to vicaRotyu
enedAtal to th. tri. aki Ing ,te ets o of the truckers of t MMt st H. N$, oa of OmPT.e was In
theOr Jst at the Drent tune. tesays beas and a se e teMas well the ity yesterday and renewed his
Misses Mn ad Cathene Hamp ioh they are balty It S of brptin to Thf .
*na, who has t ea absept or the r Ien. Mros. m ,P. llR aoa of High Springs
n. pq a berel of wk* *isRtrei i t Not R P I to OM W t isa to he tty for a few days on a
Tef ototatl, startd eanmd va yp rSP S short "fst wth relatives.
also to te delight th of eir an f B. F. Mattnews, Jr.. who has bees

sh f he ndl i.t of et Visit ors to the city" e I e m o
Sl ele here he ade apleasantal at n the em ety for the past Uembelr of
B. P. Maasey of Arvtdoo W in I this oice. Idays, returned to his home yesterday.
the y yesterday n route to his T wa Miss Bertha arcloth of Dot
home. Ho has Jest returned foM 0 8.Williams of Treatonwas Al. erh viiting her brother, o ). A.
vimst of several wet etournd fmd among the visitors to the city yeter. Ala., visi her brother, A.
reities n Alabesm and state atd day. He is oe of the prominent l lalrcloth, cashier of the o in*sville
a i la Itte tses of that N statS that Natoal nk.
he i a pl nt trip. Meveythtl is lively there with the Mrs. Albert F. g A daughter.
Mrs. P. D. Warner. who aoompa- advet of IL Miss Janette, of N Va., are la
S her bd ead a aPty et iP. 9 & g l was amosn the ty pet of Mr. Robert 3.
d to Noew york ad the WO. A visitors to the city yesterday. Davis, South University street.

a mot deihtfsl trip sa weas well Iche a ba de t mdo a al t ta J. A. rPoweil proprietor of the
ea =G deS w ighth ur ipvoaatsn r o a W OSst ta t their st h oe r is Ib1eldt Mouese at A lubu was a vwto
plessea wth he r UtSLo w g el. h as an ee4ta t her to alsoeville yesterday. He says
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Strastellow, at of thirty4vp pila, that the place I liely now owing to
tw asok anses ofterless oftt. 0. 1. p. "sward of Jefteltle was a much Ceattod being sO thwem
new York and other P ome tested. trstt bu1smeis the eity yes. The Philthea and Daracss of the
lers to their home lestlrday. terdayw He ae along with a party Methodist ehureb will tender a reep
TSandh el thabt the treipt'easp froem that section to coaew withu the tit to the tholty and stadets of the
Soeag L school board in reference to an asasit. Universtty at the White Hooanse on Fri-
r-. J, Hammod of f tw "O at tmne r for that scWhooL day evening October. m f 30 to
h. J. m ao oad of Hawthorha. of the :. Venahbe, the crate ad .b" :30 p. v.
he ost end eo sit e co ny bas in the A m wa ii the t ei Mrs. Chas. H. Wllk as n.e Miss
eaty 'yeste hae. It wasrtum e o that e teie. He says new h. Metloe 3a.t of this city. md Mrs.
Sas oostrda t. he to rtmeot Me 1- tI the a S3e000 tes ChiN s L. Wikins, of Norfolk. V.. have
ed wildulsshaveanw em et a day, which are setigr afrived to th city and wti remain
dwitln a eem *e the the use of eto wers, here several days a guest of Mrs.
W. P. She*tteweith. nea of the tonrg U A. .D. Ca*i--** OS Ab"
u e t.oers at was a visttor to the county anpith Mrs. B. P. Hampton. who has bteen
Uvinston was here r w on Tuesday. He aen that entside absent tar the pse averal mmnths
after some bustsala matters. H* able ostta to being brought to th. visiting vertme eetloes of th eons-
stales that a good srage ha e.n Archer market atn will etutae so try. prllpsaily New York Stats, re.
S s ~ totoel sbba h util the sams is eleed. turned home yesteray. mees to -the
preaps took bright for the planters N. A. Otega 't Jenevllle was Ia delight of her bost of Oainesvile
Div J. T. Johao has accepted the CI y-i457. no -OOa5-- Mend.
the paturate of he Second Advet a number of ether prominent clilmem Capt. 1. Bare. m* ol tbe peuM
*t Me-oa year havineg to s meto e here in the interest of eaet elttsens of MtemaepW. was a in
nm awd h decltele n a on a their ehool tn as edea tor t to Itar to Salesvw ye..er.ay. .e
evedng.I-ea been asseiatoed wth as5tatant teacher far the sacooL a tr eop o oawnges whoh will
tis Me rias te pstl year sa J. B H. Gay oS 1 a was asi w n he -ng forward to the Norther
haa Me s eaad for the curch te may vlsIfs to th fo oty capt inebsta. am he hiM fr a -od

4nd~l/CU ll ysrea. f he sttN o tarm muA mal-rka
~I"da ow PA" "a to 5 very UY Is h In I&isst VOW-Ons Freak Clarkta" wie
Mr t00 WW M d heto fthe i of a sl a",a mid v y a fros a aTIft of

L tW good ppkw be" boa eaI v emi fts ro jukess"O
seis~ nWe are 0i 1eA to amwm tbas painLts YV--- .alei bm
bw 'uam har e ther bwI ho wa be a vn at b V MAbneyof J-
ow 60 ~bh~htmhe of UP& 4LA. S~e as aSwhewebe ULOult** ma Srth
b uuiw "WO N"s s SA5AMe en mat Friday nIi. Osn nestM s0me d4W
vi 1' o__ma 5A m kdopn& oopww 3. Kf~t of Neu bshvwas a
~-is av gwe mm ft s hrt Y isvis&-. S- O
of is b t o ig fte e %#Mp4m ow 0 =a -"

de- bi 69we" owan o wsno ~!so"
4ft to w-ft-ot".. O

(oq b I t asnk you

rkm i bead s e la me by
..r. StripO.

id to yo t gt, raing
ake &ai morailge At enok ao
pneaat 1sased ad forwarded .ame-i
iately he dt.' tu, which this
iltsa has bee- hal. clearly demon"
rates th o d'aatage of dealing with
* bea odaepanoy thereby aelts g
to taking setelmeanta.
fr.Peree took out tho s policies
e than ti. "ooths ago, sad at that
iae was lt perfect health. His ann.
timely death .toralbly spows the jwts-
4lM ofeering protection afforded
ifR W Insaurance when l in ,snur

q IMndlar i ad tiatalsctory
pyment of my claim is very mush sp.
rooted. and you hr, ay beot
wIobs foe the costtnued saeoss Of1

Very ieipeotttll, .

Witees: B. OCOLBON.


Government Pays Prom 00 to $1,00
A Year, No Lay-Ofte. '
Preo Seo .larvhea Are Offered.
Railway smail -trks, postatiffe
elerks, city carriers, rural mall car-
rters wanted.
Easmiaations In the vicinity of
Gaineville2 soon. shrt hours, ealary
twice monthly, annual vacation and
life position.
Thousands of appointments are to
be made. Common education is all
you need; city and country people
have equal chance had political tIn-
fence is unnecessary. Free scholar
ships daring October mad November.
No time to lose. Write to Central
Schools, Dept 1,008. Rocheter, N. T.

URDAY, OCTO6R 9'ft ,

1l pounds best gramglstod sugar $1.
20 pounds good facy rice, $1.
Back good rice for $.75. .
9 pounds good green coffee $1.
7 anm sardines, 26e.
24 pounds best Sour, 85 cents.
N pounds beet Sfar. $3.35.
8 ban toilet soap. 6 cents.
Wanted-One barrelt of aew syrap;
will pay 30 ceats do n emsh for frau
country eggs; will pay 0I mtscash
for New sweetPotatoes; h e
cash prices ftor your trylwgtoo -hok-
ensm. W. 8. DOR Y Co.


Number et Outsders New V eltif
Atmehas fter theO Crp.
Outside cotton buyer are now after
the cotto crop at to being stred at
Albhn. anad oa WedeOsSay evea

-tek. -
ola threm adoneras atet R s toar t e

in Wop mbers is bt a is ft
ewafy t w oam an thls year. aad t0
hImer wlI. doubles realise baM *
n ptItoes r he Mstaple.
Th bet place to by wyI goo$&
6 at do atore wMA lav- ou wa e
ha WtOm anM ILton m

Dr. A. Dolan

Mild MedIcineT trestuuat Im
R~ bd tARAW*iu.%

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pine the coming w"(
at Pricem never b

Look through 0]
kMal,-rea(I our 1
and be cni(
then Weeif y"' 0
wing to take &J10~
tup of ft)(6e Frio

We ."rely meo*
while vsl
th. ,oad of nP
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TRTAYED--From ,Mtcaio,,, .
night, two mules; one: .'rr0l
1,200 pounds, the oth ..r Ii:ou,
ed, about 1,000 pouts. A
knowing of their whtureau
Pleaa 'phone Caroliina us
nopy, Florida.

THE HIGHEST mark t : aid
eggs, poultry, potatn.- \,. '
and any produce the oi ai
Write for quotations \ have
best market for the Ifnxt .- i\
in the South. Mohr & s.>,. (Co
slon Merchants and s'e'..en.
Petersburg. Florida.

FOR SALE--Lot 100x1;, f,
West Main and Iuundlary t s
(lia1 cash, balance oin on t(
f.. with eight per cent interst.L
v: MeCreary.
.fOR SALE-One IDeloach Grist
; 8-tnch Virginia stone, blocer
t Ibolter and elevators complete.
Information address Spring
Stock Farm. (Gain,,sville. Fli
FOR SALE-1,000 bushiels Iure
pier F.ust-Proof Oats for pm
Price 41 per bushel f b.
dosta. Address I. .1. vnniin,l.
ager. R. F. D. No. 4. Box 0,
dosta, Ga.
anyone hunting Plank's Chill 7
It's guaranteed to cure
chills and fever. Price 2'. eCoa
bottle. Ask W. M, Johnsco.
probably know.
FOR SALE-1.200 acret of land
Spring Park Farm; n:i" acre
eleven miles from (iainsillpi
miles from Cadillac; 121" a
good phosphate land n-ar
Springs, in Marion county;
nice houses and lots in Let 0i
vllle. M. B. Saunders.
smlville. V. J. Shipman MV
Nim, comfortable rooms t
ae rates. Roomers wabtri
or week. Rates reasonable

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