Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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Related Item:
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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SParty e on Way to Flor. Will Arrive Lat This Afternoon, Corn.

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him Maco. Remain Here Tonight.

ipe autolsts Herald tour caused me to de- As the time draws near for the
evenin After' S ^ toNease by auto. We have not
evening a to come by auto. W e from great endurance run, which will leave
1 over The' dsto l dGeidel on our route froo Tampa this morning under the auspl.
orni New to Gainesville, but It the roads
fto Now YorkL. the, remaining distance are in a. n / o TampaAutomobile Club,
Gorham an 1 s thpe a remaining distance are A Interest and enthusiasm isa waxing
Gorbam hape as from New York to At. warm In Gainesville, and when the
and Rolun ta we will reach our destination lon procession of autiats roll along
York and an little trouble."-Atlanta Journal, West Liberty strut thslafternoong
Giesville, e the autolsts will no doubt be greeted
dthe winter. ,ao reprenta stve, learning a with one of the largest and most en-
Smade in a that te above party was stopping at thusiastic crowds ever san In Gaines-
tider 1907 pa91ar0 i White House Salrday, went to ville. the party will probably arrive
p. The car that hostelry, but was Informed that bout 4:30 o'clock, and will spend the
k jut two weeko"l IbI a ty left early Saturday morning night here, leaving for Jacksonville
As good time tW M MLt Dora, where they have a wint- early tonorrm w morning.
Sstop-overs be ag _S9 home. The same party, came ery t hIemorn G
t States. The IGh Ganesville last winter, mak- Through the efforts of the Gaines-
Sthe last of the tt trip from this city to Mt. vle Automobile Associatlos, the road
e, Fla. by auto. from the Marion to the Bradford coun-
i along the high The party came as far as Macon, ty lines has been posted at Intervals
rendition and aoe .a, in their machine, from whence of one mile, and the highway has been
I each day," sal l w sbilpped to Gainesville by ex- put in good condition for the autoists.
In talking of hi t ne. the party coming by train, No sporting event of recent date
Powered all along e. C ng Gainesville Friday night via ha. created so much enthusiasm in
Itate through whllie ffinpa and.Jacksonville railway, and this cit., anti i fact all along the
talking of the many ving early the following morning I ropose8 route, both on the West and
lived from The J3 i auto for their Bouth Florida home. East coasts, as this anticipated en-
They are al 'Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Fuller durance run, which was conceived
r such tour next~ o 'Mt. Kesco, N. Y.. who also own a tl.rough the energy of The Tampa
their plans accord y. Winter home at Mt. Dora, passed [Dall Times, tand vlll b.e carried out
Iy go to Florida nt through this city about ten days ago under the aulietr t, tiet Tamipa Auto
lii bAt the improve h-' their machine en route to S'uth Association. and the race' has bee ad-
roIad as a result f P'lorlda. vertlsed widely through both sources.
It 1.4 iuo kl(4jyet jy t lw PAnyjst 1 An

it Was Disappointed
i;ounig is the victim
jok at the hands obis
I hfe is so far taking It
i twl('aus, he hMe sat
irth IIof the Jgkb.
I that a day or two ago
1il the, usual appetite of
Wnit. u1rtrchased some 1* aM
. ctertjin store, under the

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CO'0oa\.I d yggertindy,
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iSMthe cinn maUnited abe
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Impression that he was buying cher- contestants there will be, but it has
ries. He soon discovered his mis- been stated that a great many ma-
take, but did not have the "nerve" chines have ben, entered, and the
to return the purchase and admit that achievements of the various machine-
It was "one on him." in compLtithon will be watched with
a kemt Interest, both as to time and
Have your stationery neatly printed durahilty. The contest will include
at The Sun office. We carry a well mnany machine l of hih nstle ard, and
elected stock of the best papers thisr hh iihudea of
whlib are printed at reasonable rates SOmething over five hundred mile.
.ill test the endurance qualities of
the various machines.
Owing to the long run from Tampa
to Jacksonville and return, na has
been decided up!on by the managers
of the event, no entries ha.' been
made from GainesvlleI. In order to
enter the race It would havt- Imeot
It of B usine s necessary for owners of auto. In this
city to drive their machines tr Tampas.
thence over the proposed route and
shall be better prepared to discuss back to Oalnesville. eatalling a addl.
Iw"5 I have seem the opinion by ~load rnn of nearly four huadredm
weh the United States Circuit Court miles, alaost equally the mileage of
Mpathes Its decree." the official route. Owners of nuchlmees
MW ry Wollman, who represented here would have entered If the rote
the attormeygemeral of Misuorl in had be merely Tampa to Jacksas.
that State's sMt against the Standard vine. but they eonsdered tbh extra

[(i OC peny sad oonducted the ex-
amlautti la New York of officers of
,A emi May, takes a view similar to
thS ag re l by Mr. Eillott. He
--I uP the stleatios as a "theoreti-
le atery. -"I cannot we." be said.
"tt amy pract il effect is to be ex-
paM.. It seems a; It the best the
O5lra iet can do is to order the
.'* the property, a-id .n that case
the m yof eaurse, goe to the preo-
AK tkhoders Im n some form or
aftther. There is no coufiscatioa. Do
9mmemsaet, as there would be In ttb
4e crtanal proceeding, w1hb
t ed o b a ig a bi.j
he seem to be very smlir
S3~It the emal road w bch met
B serate froma their &4l
fd o disa ksitaWt m
ft dedd Is b uPhel1Wthe
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run too tiring aad too bard to the
Will Se Royally SItertsAned
Hut the people of Galasnesil5 will
do their shae towards estedding the
autolats a bo8epahle greetla., and wiO
take er me them in royal manuM
while l t he city. The viot irs will
i.1' their headqsartters a the
White House. and will be reutarled



Interesting Session, at

Were Elected-...

The annual meeting of the Tampa
and Jacksonville Railway Company
was held Saturday afterno6a In the
general offices of the compaWy In this

There were present A. P. Stoukey
of Osla. president; I W, Blount
Jacksonville, vice-prelsdent; P. M. Si1.
mooton, Tampas, secretary; J. B. Mun.
son, Macon, Ga.. A, deSola Meade.,
Savannah, Ga., and A. L. OGlass, eo.
eral iuperlntendeat- of the road, with
headquarters In this city.
During the meeting the following
offleers were elected for the ensuing
A. P. Stuckey, prealdent; A. de-
Sola Mendes, first vice-preesident; 1B.
W. ilount, second vice-preeident;
P. M. Simonton, secretary; H. 4.L
Taylor. treasurer; A. L. Olass. pro-
maoted from general superintendent.
which office was abolished, to general
It Is learned that the election of
Mr. Mendes as first vice-president Is
the res sit of recent negotiations In
Now York. under which some of the
bonds r1 the company were sold, and
an option taken on the balance, which




Which Ofcers for Yar

L L Glae Promoted.

wil be exercised If the eomlpy Is
enabled to make a Msuildetly good
showing during the next elx months.
The uwee of thto fNayit a *
forts to fIateo Ito ews ad Metem.
plated eateasio to eithe Da sUO
or Oasdeopead a smMt de "ime
the sppert which theM P Me t W this
sctlma bill glY i the way at of avo
taS them with all possibleto tnte. It
Is hoped that tMe merosats ao OtaIes.
vtle who havo met sohi0 me5 b lepo.
stlon Ina the past to help this IoM
enterprise whleh, with their Mist.
ane., Oould be developed Inato a
through line to Tampa, travwn, p a
territory in agrIculture, pho Gato
and timber, will an ft byI laboma pw
tronAe to make possible thee r
sultU. which will be of Intalmulable
value to ihe country.
During the past admlnlstration the
service on this road has bena dit.
tedly poor; but during the past two
ytars, under the able masageseot
rf A. L. Olas. general superntdest,
. conilderabe change for the better
has been noted, and we sr glad t
ape this good work on the part of Mr.
Glss recognized by his promotion to
be general manager.

Work of Removing Jead

Miners Goes Bravely On

CHERRY. III., Nov. It. Hopearous-
ed Saturday by the rescue alive of
twenty entombed man from the St
Paul mine just one week after the
starting of the fatal Are. was crushed
yesterday, for not one more of the
310 men caught by the Ire was feund.
The day was spent lp remowila
bodies and IP buryLt h4' corpse
heretofore recovered. Lat ight the
records showed that of the $10 me
left In the mine last Saturday night.
It are still minaing. wMle atelty-two
bolis bhave bees found sad twenty
os reorued alive.
The fre that broke out afresh Set-
arday aight wasa Motbered yesterday
uad *plourse were able to work IsM
the mine, but black damp hi oe of
h1e galleries debd the men as did
mave-Ias and other deis.
It was not eves discovered whether
there are more alive I the mnoe gW .
btrmes. ahouas the pieoror wker
with almot euperbemsMM stresth and

AHhougb Ibirly-seven boedes were
tound. they were sol removed from
the mI*e b u see of the or errowd
at the mi * entrance After thep *pe
tatr' bhad b es thisb d by darkaea.

at the evenlng meal with ass r j pW bodle found Is aSmtbr pWP
menu. specially prepared for th1e, u' w, -e-t of the ml.f This

raessn Members of the (le*"-1..
Automobile Club sad other proelasl
cities wil be present an*I H Is
understood that Judge Syd I. CUrt
will makes ds
A. N. C4Umaf ree'.d a letter
WftdrtetIy 3 that be mttod to

mg la"ed b rbt, while a w,, 5I.
aD wO anMte Ir "dce is' lad
taoe am of lNa males
rmsaet o In Is mresdaes tar *o
sest or the etri. sad s ie
do-&toear etdsm WO tm e*M
Iwess W-" a h*S W I
be W n

was the only vteable remNs of yester
day's ed'aew.
All day k In she toh toI of et b
btto resounded Ia ('Ierr and prINN
Valley ftE n bodMes wre buied
is a *eM4 pouth of Chery At Ithe
amie a dees sl-tms Ise
awSMd removal. whlWL aeM f0
Oedse were pioe mrway Mr smo
Itbtinblhs Ibmegh to tI- he

aM O the pet t ad a riom I
wheat the sm.. Cadoftb dead wet,
gamas to admtmmi at6e t MM a
s f -e0m tu saw 1
^^^ ^^d,-,-^^^^-^ '^W |A

is looked o as making the lhansee
of eaape pitifelly les.
The reouer work with this know*
edge, The Are in the eeond level
was forced bark so that early In tMe
aft roonm the worker e muld pea It
flit the blto damp Ino eastM apa
lry proved isuroesstable for a log
Through this gallery the bodes of
thirty-vea mou emeld be seeu.
Preoparaies for the talas a of
these boilee were rsheod whe the
morbid throat about the mie had
thinmnd ad th black damp had bees
In the =ie levkelthe erb of the
ospl rfe weOt oa s seotagly. so
bay f soaer mw efs h see"e"ed these
whobe strength tfae. These wob
stored tm the pt mouth were
srMImmeedd lmastay Ned a MaWel of
mestlems wae hued them.
"We gM s the bodies. heWO a
pilte f thew. Tbey're -de. 4 mit
ail dead." wa, the rWpp f the SO.
sad theoe bo kilowed gave am mar
Rherong a wer. l het.amwd hMbe
Urg beck there; w esheei be sit,
msidal they? ased a relative of a
~w e spasigded.
"No ehlmM." bma the miler. thee
passed as he mw the trembiag
hemds of the eod me o *bebd pesed
to iM esi. "Why. suwe," h* sddod,
mattly. -"Mdnt the ethre m*M

Amog thIeM wb aw M e hr the
rew of Hvtng aNsaee ta Rbelard

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Dr. Christian Dellovofrd TwO For4uil
oSrmons Sundly-4toro- ClO.
Ing for MorMing **rvloN.

lwnmen o a csgtloms attesdod the
*"TIMoeeat the Firt *odo
on b;nda, wdprofound I.
Wisdom wa weeade. Dr. Cbrusa
it bb eSt. Pawobly fratwer Se
_w** mes been preace I

bat 40,
T0qofsinrteor the P 0 b0 tslh sa4

1000". V~ a y$bD ofu.

at ~ ~ dr tier ev~b .e*,~*~

day `* We* sl
Oslo. 0,~ -0,-

' We, eM e o d 49 b
o": t to, ..o pea d obqm
a em :M to 10:30 evWer meoruaf this
waok wth the eoeption of Setuey,
S to order that we aNt our aploywe
meg atted the speelal revival sww
e at the M esthodiA ht hurob: 6 J.
DMrkhla, L. 0. ftthh, C. H. OoWe.
ft*o. J. 0. bed.J, M. 8. W. l-
ondoe D. a lste, J. Bodl atd,
W L U. JeldaMa A o. I nreaM
W. M. Johnsan. W alo o.o CHes.a
SU., Phrt morrit, ro. f Techat
*,i W. D. APA W O f0. ashevol PrWal.
C tw Co., W. rtob, o. W. Hyd Co., C.
S L Dole, Phlfte Bros.. itrd Hardware
ft W. W *. L on A Co.. sandres &
SB eu:, J00to rhcb hItP0o Co.. Mrsn.
B. I. Tatllest. Wloa C o.. Jobhn Che
Out. per 8. 8. Smith. O. 8.L Merehat
& Co., Norm Norton, Royal Cook, C.
A. Bailey A Co.. M. dosteln.
The above Jis elf explanatory.
Other names will be added as tly
are seen. Customers are red to
send in their orders so as not to Inter
fere with this arrangement. It Is
hoped that all the people will bhoW,
appreciation of this courtesy to t'
cause of Christ on the part of tha
business men.


Went "Dead" at Gracy's Mill and
Made Pasaengers Impatlent.
Train No. 39, Jacksonville to tL
Petersburg over the AtlantiU Coat
Unl, due to arrive in Gaineeville at
13:30 p. m., leaving at 12:50, weat
"dead" on the curve at Gracfy's sidtig
Monday, with the result that there
wa a large number of people, both
aboard the train and waiting here, who
became Impatient. The train was de-
layed two hours and forty.five Mnl-
utes, reaching Gainesville at 3;:15
p. m.
The delay was causetl by 'it, blow-
lag out. or bursting, of a flue it, the
boiler of nigtne 13, which a at rule
to a alghty faithful ers .m There
betag no telegraph station tI.tween
this point and Iturnett I'ak,e. the, rail
* road otftlals became a little u'le nanv
sad dispatched another 'itii. niter
the disabled train.

,. J. 1Srkhtm Will Give Handsome
Sweater to Some AuteJf TuNay,
With commetndabl* eter i l, 1. J
Dtthaim. the ckbier a&-1 ha-biaoh,
r, antamease that be :11 presat to
fte T tmaTmobla -kd mr, so
day a ae sweamer eat.
This act e the part of \. 1sb
am Is to be o aemmde. d
waner will no doubt app, ,

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NowIL ft tsmemd.lbivng WoolM
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pitid Pursa Of 56

Ga tile Gilne

Prat Lieutenlant,
menibers are
W79.t anld the

iTMor efficlel
the Guards
1ate. and the .l
at this gr i
pthered th
"y section of t
will prove a bit '
Otlnesville. ".'-' ,
from th g
Competitive S
the prie,
over cup and, .
It oe00 w t~
boys do not,
at least

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Arst time on
tis a olive T
|ook handsome 1 tW, .
his been.dri *
on of the
i rank among tu *
I the State Troop; .
nationss and appeWthfe

irs a Crime
I your health. The 'w gt
you can be Puity W '
, toastipation. biimoy
, or bowel trouble to
b poisoning your t'4
I may lead to a 1e)ous
Se'se Take Baslr'sf
pd get absolutely well.
we for any and all tt*
wtomaeh, liver and bowels.
, M. Johnson.

want ad. will acoompalia

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S. A. McNally, who has a large ce-
P t sidewalk contract at Lake nut.
spent Sunday in the city. He re.
ed on the early Coast Line trail
o joday morning.
Many Ills come from impure blood,
S (,~z't havw pure blood with faulty di-
S tlon. laxy liver and sluggish
4 b iels. Burdock Blood Hitters
iJ ^ngthens stomach, bo\vels and liver,
|W d purifies the blood. Ella LaF. Hiuiilton, one of
aif nffrSn ..HI.I ,. U H --

f the Sfarke school, returned to her
uttai, yesterday, after a brief visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N.
irontisee, In this city.
'Mrs. Mary Stevens and two children
V Chattanooga, Te'nn., are visiting
pe former's mother. Mrs. Thaddeus
tr, on West Main street, north.
Stevens was reared in Gaines-
*Ule and her any friends are pleas-
I see her again.


f VYou Are Losing Your Hair Read
This Interesting Letter.
oroaux Mfg. Co., Buffalo N. Y.
: Dear Birs-"I was told of your great
rtmedy, Parisan Sage, that it would
Shair on bald heads, so I got a
and tried it and it Is fine. I
a a young man and only twenty-five,
was completely bald on the top of
head and now I have hair one!
h ong with the use of only one bot-
til. I only wish I could have shown
you my photo before the hair started
to Igrow and how it is now. I shall
certainly keep on using It until I have
a god head of hair, which I have no
doubt it will bring." Oscar Armstrong,
]nglneer, Belleville Horse Shoe &f
Rolling Mill Co., Belleville, Ont., Aug.
81, 1909.
To every reader of The Sun the
Apetican makers of Parisian Sage
wish to emphatically state that they
do not guarantee Parisian Sage to
grow hair on bald heads, because in
the great majority of cases the hair
roots are absolutely dead and not even
the wonderful virtue of Parisian Sage
can resurrect them.
Mr. Armstrong stated to use Pari-
sian Sage in time, before the hair root
was entirely dead and in such a case
there Is no good reason why Parisian
Bage should not restore his hair.
W. M. Johnson guarantees Parisian
Sage to remove every trace of dan-
druff, stop falling hair and itching
scalp in two weeks or money back,
but he does not guarantee it to grow
hair on bald heads.
Sold by leading druggists all over
America and In Gainesvllle by W. M.
Johnson. Large bottle 50 cents.

Death of Little Girl.
A sad death occurred at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Colson,
West Liberty street, last night at 7
o'clock, when Ruth, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McOriff. passed
8way after a brief Illness with con
gestlon of the stomach. The little
patient was ill only a few hours, and
bhr demise Is a great shock to the pa-
STe funeftl services will be con-
doted from the Colson re ldence at
I o'clock this afternoon. Rev. F. R.
Brides* officiating.
,The following gentlemen are re-
qested to act as pall-bearers,. and
Wi meet at the parlors of the
Thomas Undertaking Company at
1:10 o'clock: Horace Gootrt. Fred
Craigla. John Ambrose and James

Has Assumed Poi.son.
W. H. Durdilck, the recently appoint-
ad cashier of the Gainesvlle National
Mak to succeed former Cashier Chas.
A, ralrcoth, has arrived from Matom.
t. sad assmmed his new position.
J. Drdisek l a gentleman of pkeas-
be amer, and -will no doubt make
imbinMe mssitlon to the bank.
He une-a to trIag his family, corn-
f two chueml in a few days.
ggg v we be oeted wsh Mrs.
Magot Arfedando street.

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bum IMU w"hes
a P".buls miYa
3L Mmom~

'ThM Pant
is that which you
able property to
a little

That C
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Pure Whit
(Dutch Boy Pamte Trade
mixed with pure linseed oil and y0W ^Mi
vastly more in the end tithan the plat
have cost. It dos Outfit No. r. Tella many facts <
about painting and includes dc- t it
lightful culor schemes.

II1 Bvodwy, Now York ,

Surveyor 'Patton Rteports a Vigorous
Influx te Worthington.
"There's no use talking, old Worth-
ington is certainly on a boom." r-
marked Surveyor J. W. Patton. who
has been in that town surveying for
the past few days. He came home to
spend Sunday, returning Momday to
his duties. -
Mr. Patton states that the pwners
of the land are selling lots as fest
as he can stake them off, and that
If this keeps up Worthington Is bound
to get on a genuine boom before a
great while, as many purchasers In-
tend to erect homes and business
Zion City. another tract adjoilnng
Worthington Just across the! Santa
Fe river, is also threatened with a,
boom, as this tract has been set aide
as a big State campmeeting ground
for the colored people.
When you have a cold the first thing
to do is have the bowels move. Do
not take anything that may constipate
- and most old fashioned cough cures
do constipate. Try Kennedy iLaxl.
tive Cough Syrup. It drives the cold
from the system by a free yet gentle
action of the bowels: It stups the
cough, it is pleasant to take. Phil-
dhen like It. Sold by all druggists.
If it's printed statoU ry you am
rhe Sun olBoe is the place to m4 It


A Great Distinction

in Pressing Jobs
There is style, quality and merit in
the kind of work we do.
Thanksgiving will be here Thr-
day. Why not let us send for your
clothes, and make them look new ftr
that occasion?


10tlo W. Main t., N.

Phone 140.


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Having decided to devote our attention to other lines of business,
we are going to oder the good people of Gainesville our Eth

Stck of Furniture ia Hde M-FuMuiig oMk at a ridiculously Low
Price and in many cases Below Actual Crt 1: : : : :

Some of Our Bargains

Soild Olak ReA.Roam Idniv.. hi do tie, raill Lata
s.nd hwead; dres4'r lgx4#':tap, I3U hvel mirorr
24x30; wrash-elhsiml 1%%:I lop, Og ac n wloo
bpvel jiwiroM320; ouurforumerpi

Xwe lm eof eA t, 4r it'. sad extra I"4, Drawn
aust *aamb8hmen.Ii gnat ay dwlmi prim.
LArje AN ehigh-bac-k tlnAWiOak SPimirg (lieu. amp
or c -bbl -r sme; former primw 52.M-thi
saw4.........-vkwi....... AJ
b 'vIkwlmeOak KA Ch 1 Awn IVw sech.
"wil linelaw eOak It-WicenU wry cep-
Soa., Dining TsiAcsand Causor T04"eat .errl.

The (wiebeaad Royal M-mma'rb IRI ipriagexits
lumvy, ~sieIfor 2r) Yom.; ose

rop~owpound Covum. ldi Mabem.,r AIAI
gwtie. 4Aoe& ~; feint PH u. 1-.
udeme. .................. w-

Klts heawl Cnmbineos K atinswoa, slimesdi4W

Skm lion e C Uo af st.sol Bkebtea a rWlmra.

L4.s,4-4 (b'vlif CaemrT"bleCoven, forme
L~am .ceartele, hwP on, Wm PNWNduIs mreor
*lake; 4mmwrpr~i~m $ot* 04-".SIIIV t
Corn itPo4w, wMs glg ke eeen
8414, 14C wu-01111,
Hall Cmrimks.00 midInam P IsbOAO-*"4
Vl I Pe ad hm Pb~ h ai e oPre "t.
Xmw O10- boWab lwnd IM, USL-wa1.WP8
e" AP 84 m As mad 8 r yw ea
Nim Oakni0k mif s Pnbw m md F1mw,

Ts ale will open promptly Moo&y, Nov. 22, 1909, ad

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flitted when 3O't cat have It
done rlgeit at haiut, III grad-
utiatso pticiamin
Ravo car faw, andl iute III

fitting of )our eyes: All
work suarantv"d Charpsf

Jewelereanad Optei~at

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UlW otlerwin w nol t have Ikou
S red .

e wpa p er r ame to soat it to s

.s.-ble oEW oile Woo d A lbert
dair h.d a 'amps. These pretla Im
e TheV arahteed by asro yitthe -.x

SoO e'lnW somoe1 Aefo -hmmelmr blows.
tea fad the awtbibto were me.t by

B ro o erwsl w will be peno use to

If Riovmeor Broward hag aot ea-
Ut .Itvweakr his erttwile babit of
a t tat hiaits for }lth aaso irst

-leov he llt he lal t onr ted Albertt

in thew a p enwhouge. No atiOr how
Wmuhaone m, of Tde Jadwith le loroom

oa it ess reoigrdlnl mtetm of leblsl-
io he ma as well retaof mo a lawyer to

t The im In he rertiesn e assumes t.s.
veror s Sd. We b er Jim
Th aro o y frbl ds of nobl. Jquam e.
SrooPl e of Quley will bo pleased to
learn that his health has so fAr Im.-
*provd that he has consented to again
erv the people of Gadpden county
la he State Senate. No .oater how
mob one may differ with Jilt Broome
at timelO regarding matters of legislate
Stonathe honesty of motive which acts
atea him lan the poutiona he aInumes
Sever quUtionoed. We love Jimn
Brooae for bue many noble qualnties.

Ma sa pubrer man never served hti

Nophe In an officials capacity.d
Manager Ollett of the Florida Fruitt
Bsohampe. lk some politicians we
eid natsm we pt his foot In \t" when
She aserted that most o the rewa o
' papers had bee "bought up." There
was M excusae for seuh an aaserUos
ea the part of Mr. Gillette, and be
nate a bad bruah whoe be peaned the
worde The Florida editors have no
reason to be epeIalty wildly to the
,Northern comaes-on amerhants, adn
simply because some of them eriti-
Sl.*d the amanaement othe Urmlt Eu-
1ehage gave no exeaseo for such an
iasult to the press la geaeral. If
Manager Gillette canaot stand a little
crItluism without "toetai his head."
as he has recently, the sooner be is
depend the better It will be for the

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Patue sim, the Hish Springs lad
who wax convicted of beatUig his nay
on a railroad tralt, was released by
Judge Will pending ood behavior.
Pate is only ehteen years old, and4
has probably Sgured la court circles
mre than any boy of his aoe s or-
Ida. tbwog hi only conevicton prior
to the reant tewm of court was for
vacancy. for whkh h served three
months. Pate tos at a bad boy In
apperamse. and it Is to bo hoped that
he wil oat abuse the tra reposed It
hlU by the Mlna-bearted JNe. herIft
amey paid the boy's raltrM tare
to iPtma. where bhis fther ,a.
ml t be aeem etsg Into tromble h
ad O mt epnet say lenaeney a the
hfmes t seonrt eNala. The am
IN-a that f w*l "ak eood."
He to j b hk am. a ki s to probable
that $evl ale*" emos ates are more
rein ible tor his ast acttous than
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toin Im a,.i 'mworar a I IX O N t.o 1/+t'bm ein the Unit<
s S w e Mu 0%e IS t? aS 1 f.'. t n d keys of both C,
-1m. 1 1."t.oe to be w, wh e ,
pl. Can whe pitrl6ts tewstahil qrqs m .Aet- w%
,wei ,>.w**0-. W.hint eI **' ig t6 be saol Ilk,__ .
lyy a t eItp atto. who o swho he vlvia 1e1o1 t 1 se e4
ed the lGOW eymem a s ot Nt UStW I We belieye a b"E )ss old e K
ao stAtad btitese as those steeredd ian e. t wr an to AM SUI U Urn Amy in Stakes and
who favored th uA apIote, Iti tw@ ni a s twe unr w m e or 1
The contat for Sitate9id probbi o 11art d roads wtepu adi efsiMw the -
tson of the 1tl b4 e ta s not goltb mres t s atle of nastm a ep. Weso ask tht you Ittnd -nd juade for yourself a(
to be won by a bralbetiUnl andtl ny, tabut lk 11e Nws, we lay n t" p t (d als. t that the best p
las campaign, for the people taed got to b" befo Tto be th oo ni the spokt and that rain br.
their dlsdpproval upon seho tactles la il agree to support iuch a b I. t rCOO y Pr aO e theymport and thaty racing brit
the contest between lobrIst' and sue. an, Ofe0P9 le od millions ofdollars to the State.
Stockton. The prohibltionstsa have Our eolums are opea t, a mllio- oW
got to wage aMpalan fot, reason slc of the subject. a I We tavlte
and logic, and not 'deped too much aooQftnlatons of tha o n-e. BOARDI OF DIRECTORS:
upon appealing to sentiment, as they .,
have In the last. sentiment does T. V. .Qshen, Pres.; S.D. Brown, Vice-Pres., e
not lat long with the man who tos -.J.Pow, e.TreS.; Joseph H. Patterson, F.
"shown" that bhis taxes will be con-. 17 F hOnP P.Tres.; JoDeph H. Pattrs, F. ]
siderably Increased by the adoption
of Stat*-widl4pprohibition, and that
s Juat what tiag o opposed to probt-
bition are goag top endeavor to do. P A R O TE.
Throw off that "holler than thou" ---
spirit, and at least iJawome people Jacksonville, Florida.
credit for being am honest as your.
self. though they iqay nblastlee with EO PAR LA
you on public questions. Rtes 90 r y d t

BONDING FOR HARD ROAD .T kellr aH afe In eneotion.

The Newt Is la favor of bonding ___
Volusia county for the purpose of
buUdlg harndroads. Because: Bdead.
iM giveM ua the mone for Immediate
me ad allows to p it back while i
we-ae tla the ae of the roads Oandp hae travelled and
for wig the aeyr is aptML be lews that the .s :0
But before we agree to port ay tMy -w o M P S
bondla pr~peouts. *several tasg se W p 1111 S AdRj
MeWt e seemed. Sp e. Or w P oW i w" ON
Mprs-By whom Is the mooey to W aM whPlieno ai wy I*3NSURANCE COMPANY
be pOto ? p s ida adlppnl he *

eoneo-anow Is ue mowey t Ibe
spot? (What roads ar to e prov.
Od and Uhat material to be used?)
Third-o may year the people
of Votasta ouabty have been heavily
taxed and the money spent on road
A rad would beo improve one year
and abansoed twor another route the
year oUllowlng. This itos all right for
a small ma-a man may have to put
up with a small e1glsma this year.
knowlta that he mnedaa lar oge at
more exnsilve one to do the best
work. He may have to buy the cheap
er pleoe of machinbery. e it a year
or two. thea discard it for a better
Mhne Ito. the O ane to a city,
a olnsty or a State. But or roads
bave In the p.t been built apbhar,
wherever ad whenever a mibe o
the berd et eomty e mm elcnm

swab tff .Att
I- --~''tbaUGMW

Uted. The time has esae when we
must bultM pramently and with *a
view to the f re. Good reade are
no esgW an eperiment-they are a
aeesity to a ldvs ac-mualmty.
as hetd isse Is eatelted,
ah eXperet-ed eitil enaeer ao Au
be emloyed. Mad be w the h beard
shM mp e a apw m us3-1t m
S rWeas rmatytle th enmy. It
may met-t pkohabg w0 mo -be pe.
ailb to bed at tas reai at nm
ora ttse n*aest or ten years:
%bat sm pea Mhemd be nw& to mao




anth hai m e Wn"h'puetntsa adioWItr'.;'
in yoUr csxeAetrand =o un i-gM~d fireii~
IfiaL devouringi fie

gnmt Which i

~frU'worth of
*aiis coufltrT

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by~. BeotterjiltUTQ
w4. & wieyou bavtl

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When This Statement tla Made It May
Be Generally Attributed to the
Lack of Good Health.

We s984 to talk to people who are
ist a ne u who suffer frequent head-
Dr. aches, who don't enjoy their food, who
popDar. are irritable, quickly lose their ternu
per, who are so exhausted that the)
c a -h ,Made feel they must give up. and have lte
ttch made ,come so despondent that life does 'i
cew containAed seem worth living. We believe ,.
Sotedknow what is the matter with thesa
people in this condition, and if the)
SRobert A. Y, will follow our advice we can tel.
a Methodist i them how to regain good health and
is to end that buoyancy of feeling which make
the Meth Ot life seem surrounded with happiness.
and sunshine.
"- Most of the above described con-
la1coasty A.tth ditions are chiefly caused by what is
im o mWn Conmm ly called catarrh, a "below
at the hei pr"' condition of mucous membrane.
gl. Thu delicate using of certain of the
", body cavities becomes weakened, In-
f-- lamed and congested until the wbpeo
yt.Im is weakened, mental debreoslo
r Nagel o "~' e ensuing as one of the results. The
sl i tt wlse way to overcome this qoadition
e iL H ie is through a treatment oftthe general
p d a mato system. We have the tiAtment, and
Io 'e's we are so positive It will produce the
results we claim for it that we
e Lamb, a J S supply it to anyone with the Und
i' PeauoKla. -B dftg that we will return to' ti6 I
Soalmmitttolag S bTy every penny paid us la every lil&n6
I when he,. where the treatment is not '*-vryI
sy satisfactory. and clOal to
yo h wind i a hee i ti ed We want you to try Rexall Mueu-
Wit.m for the .44 y d Tone, which is a sclentfically devised
lme considerable df ti o the alternative tonic and body builder, it
Splants, there bi te 8a action being tolald the body in its efB
ep of beans, pepper. et6, planted fort to re-establish the natural and
1f. healthy functions of the mucous mem-
-. branes.
Streaure hteeetly Roexall Mucu-Tone thus acts to expel
i ben dtiging oaa Litw Head's the "catarrhal poison," restore the mu'-
a sear Red Level bov abandoed cous cells to good health, tone up the
work, it is learned lfter piling whole body, allay Inflammation, re-
Bead $18 to replace t1 dirt they move congestion and stimulate the
ncled system to healthy activity. It is
-- splendid for aiding In the building up
of flesh and muscle tissue and remov-
s Lona E. Simmoa., the bright lug wekneses.
suractive daughter of Mr. and g weakuc^ e . Sdaolbtns otMr.and Come to our store and get a bottle
L W. A. 81mmounsa oMatiel16' of Mucu-Tone, and after giving It a"
recently married to J.A Steph- reasonable trial, if you are not satis-
prusperoius young l st of fled, simply tell us so, and we will
hand back your money without quos-
i -tion. Surely nothing could be more
InpaW output of cigars for the frst air than this. Rexall Mucu-Tone
k of this month was oly' 5,000 o mes In two t,.), 5ents a&ud 1.tJ.
t f7.(o000, The TfIb'sw reports. remember you can obtain Rexall
I i more than a mUlillo or each temedles in Galnesvlile only at our
is day of the week.-Tlmes- atore-The Rexall Store. J. W. Ml-
SShort Talks. Collumr & Co., corner East Main and
Union streets.
kwk I. siald to be progreeing rapid--
Oon the construction of the new factory manner on the Tampa and 0'ilf
lian & Blountstouw railroad. Coast railroad, which Is now being con-
Meel rails have been laid as far structed'through the heart of ljeystone
Crossing over the CUpola river, colony. The grading of the rea'if
Eills south of Marlsa Odessa to Tarpon Springps a
completed and track-laying is p
Express platform at Plat City lng
!* a very buay lookag appe~."
1 ula the atertoems. All the Keyee Park is a progreassive
Wi und truckers tab gthr colony. People who have Iint
Sthere, where mat f It is nfarms and groves there are artiving
it by the brokers, g as ti from the North, in numbers, and al-
t. ready arranging to begin cleartng and
---- s Improving their lands. A number
k eof the settlers are also having homes
tsaa oslt eMS reeted. -.

II Ir -Thus, supposed to be tra--
along with the Barnum and Balley
etrcus, set upon and beat Ex-Policeman
Of ^*h aW. N. Nemith of Pensacola so bedly
0 .tIt b last week that he had to be takes
__ ______ to the obespital. He was brulaed about
PIC5 ti neck and face dreldfully, and il
E. r s X tral ha frured skulL
EAgrr A T. Lewis, a young white Eso

w who6 It is clbmed oIse one of thela
yim hab id a ii oe eta gang which followed the Bar-
Sl6 6 BM m and Bailey shows away from Pea-
S a eil mooa, is held at the police stat&
6W1 -t ftheen on the charge of picking the
adfeets of some two does people.
q s rings were found
Db e hs wle... wiat as
anos'$ta m. &esw e fat h eem-
A"..AY er k" .**^*
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*COLL"M '.

Memeel ofVe Yeii Awakened-Our
Glt and Beys Just Like
Their Pwewnt. Were.
There is n fing more pathetic on
earth than the urchin who stands out-
side of the big tent, views his compan-
Ions blithely paes before him to enter
paradise, while al the time the hid-
eous consciousnees is his that he has.
not been able to muster the price of
admission. He may grow up later to
be a treat and good man, and be-
come President of the United States,
but he does not care for that now-
he would give all his chances in this
world for the possession of the little
slip of carboard which would put him
face to face with the gleesome, flea-
some baboon. If you meet any such
wistful hangers-on at the outer pale
of the Land of Heart's Desire, and
are moved by the memories of your
youth to pas him in, you will do a
better deed than it you fond him huo-
gry in the street sad fed him, for he
will dlet'the maMl ad need another
before iacS bet a mru is worth
mils any meals to see.
80oa to t e 4Mlo M and don't be so
ahamned 'eMWt u to o that you
make the ames that you are lst
labs tsQ0o eae of the obldre,
Adatlt you ike it. Qo ad eat
peg. 6ad lnagh at the clown and
(ego #un aad haw again. The
oAw is another test. He will be. to
all latents ad puroses, the firet
clown that you ever saw; a he will
have the same okes; but If id at.
tend In the preP r sprtit, yoww1
lauh in the same i plae. The
clown is not meant to minister to your
sense of humor; his is the highest
function of testing the degree of youth
which you retain.
Howe's Great Loedon Shows a4P
coming for two exhiblUons at Galnes-
ville. Monday. November 29th.
Hew's This?
*We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Fall's Catarrh
P. J. CHENEY & CO.. 'Tiedo, 0
.We, the undersigned, have known
P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years. and
believe him perfectly honorable In
all business transactions and Bfnan.
clally able to carry got any oblla-
tions made by his firm.
Wholesale Dlrugglsts. Toledo. 0.
Iall's Catarrh Cure I taken latern
ally, acting directly the binod
and miscous irfao es 4the system.
Testimonials sent freo Prie' 75
cents per bottle. Sold by I11 drug-
Take Hall's Family Pills for constfl

Loan. and Dig Uao 9to....*$36,~595. 0

c)vel'dmfts. 0 ***4 6000056*'e
Ral Estate, Fuer't', Fxt.

U. S. Bonds
'and Promn.. .$l86v76.98

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Staple' and Fancy Crocerlos
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1lgitest market p~o.ppisoll f.r t~hiekefle, E990 and 0eth1*0Preuu.*.
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I, T. W. Shands, President of the above named baok, do solmly swear
that the above isteatent is true to the best of mY kowi v and belief
T. W r A.NDS, Peidert.
Sueribed sad sworn to l m t te o tmlday0 w Novemnb', 19(.
s e W. H. ANDIB W80N, J, Noiy Pube.
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cutywi A psomlng bear.
wout, woet enotswforafw
haAp~bs abt e w hwo bad at
lo~Ibe*ug? a lady of qual-
*beow to lomi for her old freedom.
loe&#ng ocut4 lrrnkelelbi*. andSit'
she took bk ehdparture umecrotly
bbet Just 7ly oodtwdbar, It Is
vgpoworthbytWit they usade ,their 9&
toS.E by way oft a nwkiI) that had a door
d1UX 10 IA-11111111dtMd beeoWfter
mv~lo*%it u:d mm tu "olva country.
wdrrult oilel t1aiys rtw ,I* petit ceab-
bet.' but It W..114 laen ktmuoas a911wb
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SI Fic'reitlne j Imier bad vorp,4 Its
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% he jwwphyry 6tortug of the room.
asa rggeeted bloodstaitun&
Vthe 4laapitcraum .wbkh was cow
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bi~~eemhi. lot wunld bar* bees tar

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Owr tvstr~mm es 5we horn.from AtlanicC041 A"tLc..uw
eSabtingwibithbe SfiTU(WUS *Lv. OvIb 1WfOrackvilles1:460a. 8:316ph 00_Om
they pitured fthem wIths 6W. big-A. a' v~e jr. jsckvoile 12 .20 e
teflibie farm. as You still N-Wthe MsIgnLe. Ovi~e 1,Ocas & TaMpa IS: be p
et the Narmer'U's Head b."-IAed' ,, u -Mlaa9r111,:,". ____ f 1TIE
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pPrem the Kitchen. Notiee of Appliestion for Tax De ed
ESfH Bas it ever aOmtk onu what a sum.
r b of terms Wai ng to culae ar. Under Section I of Chapter 4M
I GESTI N applied to me Waer different ireum. Laws of Plorida.
stances ?Sometase he Is "basted."be he
"bois with 11," tn "baked" with Notco Is hereby given that J. J.
beat and "burns" with love or je1l. Hoffman, purbchaser of Tax Cerlcate
ousy. He i often "cut up," *devour- No. 381, dated the fth day of Augst. And ytSl
ed" with a dam and "done brown." A. D. 1 haa Aled said certificate only a I
We "drew" his Jacket for him. Some- ip my omce, and has made application by the
Owmes be Is "toe up- with care. and
tims e is "eaben up" wit care. fo.o tax deed to Issue in accordanct, your gros-
occaulonally be is .tr ed. We "cook" with aw, Said certificate embrace' something 'Jet "i
his "goose" for him and often he with law. a ert ate embrace something
makes a "oose" of bhiself. We make the following described property situ Have our wage
a "*bash" of him, and sometimes be ted in Alachua county. Florida, to dally and be ate. e,
makes a hash of something else. He wit: KEYSTONE
gets lnto "hot water" and sometimes Commence 130 yards N. of SB. oor-
into a "meas." Is made into "mine ner Sec. 15. Tp. 8,, 8. R. 1., run N.
meat" and Is often to a "pickle." We 105 ft. W. 105 ft, 5. 105 ft and 108U I *N 9
are often asked to tests" him, ad be ft Se. 15. Tp. 3 S. R. 8 S .-,L 1 acre. L %.
PES Is frequently put aInto a "Stew", or ts The said land b uasssed at t. ._ ,
in "stew" no one knows why. A o ia nc8o
ot bab mandate of the ssuance of such '
A ly handled to well "peppered." A t nm o L
and a riebch tbr h' made to "fork" deemed ooort to law. tax deed
The Judge's Little Jeke. oat.-Dulde Advertisaer. 111will issue thereon the I7th day
..ttrW "1O4r f s rwerk. lovjved ia a - of November. A. D& 19". -----
dededly onpfurins ite action the (er.- He K'ew Als busIneme. WHeam may oiislet aelgtete saMd
es gentleman rerred to In a story Kind Rate Maiden (shu tor a esalt the 3 dato u
a I the leiw T eak 'ims. strey peuny a tar prne)-l nppow A, .... ,, in
.O a day Se o te district youew M .lip'pple sht your .mi.s 'hqM
0e j r ateugSfate from the B3ind Nilgity4U. ideed. The ^ '* -
emmhtiI oe f Ji3J AbtWA.rapld Ldalkd an h Imu tow I the tPW3e By i. IL CET D Cl t.
e at the aee the )stlce or- nre ort bepf abe teitsk ato tbtLe beea WL 40 P
ethe mea to in ri a b adt tl ftmeida 1gw ioe 1y NOTICs OP QUAROlANAN SALL . ., hM ,
itim d th. ba4s who ane hl eb to dote- -
aser"I a eKautmar 9t 0 Restit 4 bltama t a Notce is hberebthy Ov aM s th
S ,es er, bullbt)-mwo poor' yellow. take thi. Wt a y of Dseabaw, IM, the up. "
"II : po" .*t^iid the n. rmrt. r you are s tng.- gui gfodia. 1 o Uth es Of o ^ w . J
ueqbasti i bue to seo awmb eb Ka n qSaps s J. Noato ld sd John a I r.f t
that he l Now. remember that No0 1 ttoh wtu appo to I. L b R
ye have swori to tel the truth and "Mow. took bhe Ajpernoo." M a County Judge ot Alachue oeoaty, t
think well befdr you answer. Are pW1mt to his stM l. "wheb n la-O 1W Sor order to al the ednowat AO
you dead your age I was at the head of my deserlbed property towit: 'A C.O
"Not yoer hboo." was the bewil. elsa" seventh latereat la the Sktht hal Mu t a Mapell HNM
deed reply: "I don't think I am." "Ab." respeead the lad. "p1hapa the Northwest quarter of eotion nt.f
"Tou claim that you are alive? teachers were eas to to fol then than tee, Township Tea, Booth of mages
"Y-e.4 our honor." they are now' Twenty-two Easut tI Alaehu emLay. All KkMds 4f gElesdrle W
"That will do. Now take this paper lord n a rd with the pet.- aad Pteeqly 9aWe.
hack to the rommissloner of Juromrs".0swa
The man did so. Whenthe omm. -1 wish I had fortune. rd ever tion now on file Insatd County Jdge's
aoner examined the certlcate It bore paint another picture'!" dWelarad an 0ofe. HATTI MeINTOS1H,
the following lodorsemeot in the j8u, artist to a brother of the brush. Ouardtan of state of OGUl r. and Meter work a spelaetp.
tie's handwrtaing: "Well. there are Ibit of peoipt who John P. McIntoeh. in 1of 0101"IL spp
"The deceased. appearing before me would give you on on that conditio"' W. 3 BAKER.
ton open court. Insists under oath that -" Attorney for Ouardian. $ONt 91
be Is not dead. Piease investate and The'i Sfelo.rty.
If his testimony be false have him in la. Why are some poliemen like as- NOTICK OP ADMINISTRATION. a.t L" -
dicted for perjury." bown? Because they appear after the b _- C 3 KtaatLt
storm Is ov"r. Note is hereby given that Letter
A Wedding Hint. of Adminlstratiton o the estate of
The tall girt stalled lun some embar. For HIADACHE--Hoeus' CAPUDINL Mrs. I. A. Leo, deceae4d, have been
raoment. Whether from colds,a bt, stomach gant to the vader-l. by the
"Haven'tyou any srondbaud shoese?" ore vou tou Otapea wtll to e es by e
heu d to the i oe o you 's llqu- Florida. and tll debts sad demands
"No. mn: yeq. n eilnderslnd." Mw ate-cu Imlmedaly. T I 0. lot aginUt said estate must be prest.-ed
she. "I don't mean to wear. I Jout *0 abd at al nt dru1 i to me for payment within the t! re
mean old abos too woro for use. tbut required by law, and all debts dtie to
c'Utomerw have left with you. You Tax Neties. said estae must be paid to me. emet lowalk-
w. there's a wpddin up at our boune In pursuance of Chapter No 4115, Novemlber 2ndl. l60. All Kimde of
tomorrow. and we wIant Ison etblngI to o r*
throw at the blide oand bridegroom." ftq i 86.Laws of Florida, I give be. E. LER. Adminltretor 6 0w1W I *I
"I see." said Tbe clerk. low a statement showing the amount
He rummaged In a black bole and of taxes collected by W. D. Diekinsas, eme0 M1 Flo m
drew forth an armful of dilapidated tax colletor of A laehoa 0onty, F lorl d D m ,
footwear. The girl selected some Ida, for the period edle UeLt. 30, Tleisa Layleg and
tbree. two and ones. 1900, as shown by cou sy lteaourer's Wa l .
*Thbese will do. Tbhanks ever so reelpta on flie in my odle, le Wowit i Wal
much." she said. and so departed. TAx oB.IM. IGe. elb a"
**Big footed people are always work. les .......... .......... .M W -281ine 0lagl
Ing that on id the clerk after- ad..... ........ U
ward. -That girl w ears eghts. She eo"t Vase................ 1066 '
couldn't very well throw sueh mud. deoool Fand, pspeial Dis)tri8t1 S 41
aeows at the bride. so she ehN sme M deool Polld. 1 .. .......... 27 00 alv gW gl P-
Ittale and dainty shoes here-easad a nd
two. Oh. yes. it's n on l trick with ToW.... ....... 1*v@ 4 as
the uis *oted."-Lam Aimw" .9 1W
Seraewe- *ead Tavern.
The laraese's Bed. bow Bil msow Sros t u W K A"TRACT
closed. reahed teck to a resp table way W bo house mI II dior-e
atkiqaity Ise "DN r.k Thritemss J es d. be ad somehe Is m Is ame, a t eal amtW io noeL r
ledt without e#wgat" d tow WrOtctlos against a faulty til Why
mUs it "a hir and lsarp iN fsre h i' av- tet or lsei m- e draw oe up sa M

em n it.rt,, h... o..ntr a.. --a 'm ,,, Is th k.' het a 1eIak of Uls of.4

given a rind dewrlptlo o bf the 8 N W5 prted tad ay Wtte am t levolved looks rtHisems
il as It was when Nicbolas Mkleb I io .a e to* ***M lt nL dd tedo w hout .It
sad his uncle Ilterviewed there the
master of Doteb"ys Hill. There .are ARRIVAL AND DuPA.TUoS OP Pt e we
various accltoB of bhe orlin of the TAINP.w OF a
that it was st up M* a c-upllmet to -- "-,g pgay, -
was the daugltrr of a ara es. In Oeera ...a *r> lO-..- 'Old tadiid ew g agi

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ais Wher ]Prof.a Bell,. th; Ald pl titof time the wr o tive u
so etty MM oheO Sof We*** *a f p .to o..oo..t. -. tl s e..I
V 7 7 'Z .S sa S rM O s t ..............

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po" OIh t r p Qdaysth' .dn r. o a h .i. i h8. ,
M Atronoa re d raeol to thhe 1..sll S, froILwlo Ak5lo.t t a lueto ir
Is Oele tw of' th these 4 irtUd H d- Oceto h t hne rd V .Nn. W. m m i. oorn, in A NFin.e
rt tle "eDr. *w eat i h e t lt e r e s e d, 50ca alues

tr le B l, p t o 10ti t. woh d lack pe sp t isu tr )to -, q w t li a 9" 0t0 ok te beb value, twort,

t fa n to ten te ad t po o 'thn r e w* C t elw o ... ............. ..

l T ] t r iead s e ePo t,. Dhare me .0. Ai tre tir1cv. t-. _._ J. _. id"4r pMa v. ..... _V

se t gs of rel at Moe T. T ops. Mhve few Tnorsuehtboc. osetd Tfto papplon8 eof 1s4b$g w lolre1 b3re. Thaat o-o
Mise. ILtha Wood smad o*deetvatre the iu l s eot tW thi twa srseC o.t tae Sa 1 ,ter .t.. gte r o .1 oce e W ANTS

,odt fai motnd b e i pof eey of tenh e t he raro oI., of w..s A. 1 who t he burns f o e sm tofla thuo ,arr
Teoa.Me -. and eaf d. tel, the ot, liNe oo ote beet o f 8tng a 3 ape r m left Momday f ait 6 a t Tt r hke it I. 0.
se tn Ig ir h s wh, wor to sc drthe St p rior to tbk bi fnetr a. eo at I e w rte u ml. l a :iner

shes-0nde ctlee sterym bn1 uro ei alevre OHed toe rell n w"4r rg uNC
sum1^t h ti tet tft ""0W fto. rf M r andB. rr k "let o*4.. 0o2 0y vst, to ti s r M. rs -R. N. e r" ~u or
atrl 8 th.e.. .e fl. aet i wto*. o teir mn e da i ti bse hert. r.( atmlme, f he he SiE tr mo e taob e
soT h s ae osotfeor e tltie t s Ml et to Wsta 1 ihty t a e t osem h o N T E .

lq to......... 0 a ... 2 ..(... Dreas. an d r Tse.s sg >Mrs. ella Bet a m er of0e tho oigsM n s ee fo tiae thve remots 8lus, E 5 'Ill P oR fn
lsvlle giyH and llaeo. t ivt e or f Bra k1islo t rortys nito thn artu D ir ofhv*I h. om cityln e t o d te rt J obr T W t i at Ms t-oo ofaFleing .poa ,ST
p~opi. turn out en masse and u ton Dr. Thomas stopped over toy Oe Cedar Key. Ws anons those who torn w a sin the city for a short while LOT-From KWnspaha s e t ur

Sthe irls with ter pr n. fwd is t Not S pring Ark. oc as to Gat evle on businleN ae to H wa eon. ho e mas bla' Cik p Cit hitr
hav been ery lmtuch benefit S ttY trot Uv Ok. Wr A has b with large ring. Lllw..wl M t
' r "lN OR to* tlra i I bs I mnk Clark left Sunday ftr on and visit to I aUgery Mrs. W. Notify Sun ofice ,
. ll 111111111 B 1 A Itt ntd o his diretefd to th oe tinaite fuivoi m whe w oe he wUlpro- Dor Uipi.a.
IN e OUT[ONBAN 4carvBngsetstssuousoegooftdefur Miture Ae.Lareoulef of sai Spf g o reened lat1 the 6810
I Wm a PIVIIM1 oadvernlihisi t owi l th De i to ati the erowb aM aug N o Wa to nm tv isi tlt e bho wi th inANTPleroom otlltmen
wareailan Bat whk Se m Ps Tdee dwa or two. n. have been riding at 01 at OrHi ger---

''^~ esi|e olfs Thar k ibveia This i s a has returned (o her home, after a to their former hom ar east Me Eboss &ad ll modta r (o1
Rememberthe late m aat moet omplete s toc H. Andesor al tall ad ty. amiC t tw t lub.e Ctitby. 'firi -f

I Thrdy'mniooePils today. lw d by all drtsgaists ooA n for Lake Bsst1er to iolta lCr huet hbtg he o thepae ie s

tsta makes his headquarters er ter, Mrs. B. P. cm ts. N. Oak a reauts. R. tote a peilrf
aer Mrs. B_ iCro Cl do the deate lea rs ar. tho t W he ingltep w ndn e ahwn e'ato. Stg Hse. ;

W. t. T i D ANK*t eMt of wlhMse a T w are anxious to g.t rid of oPr sto k sure g atle.t ea atte vew plH SDe TRoE se N oAME LAw D".
r.eK Beemd ,* Op u Vr r ws Ar t at on e. Ia s the res we ar e oera sre einto gt DW ltt a01lst W t saye h tin Paa anl cmru T
doing roa sterend ca vin_ go__ __ __ __ thelie unesaso -Iuehes. ir you d et rl e the e .maLa A r wae roE. I g a Yrst *) to il
avS. of Than ksi al _Thi soe w haet ye u w St to o er ad. ask for tos w* o eN T e S ver. Price 2 s l t

s-to 4it. We cemt me es. ever artalee ogipal -DaWsi s Caraee asd r Whei lb at Ast K Johni
the, wma mt od a p mockei Ic H ards on blewes0 r toban h art but IMt is--------

a .od wI t apt me Iwoted She TiP management t. Lthe Baird ElOe. a et ter nscl .
& K. Se. J,. Nihelse ga i to woder ew t as1 tht t Tbetr, rnv .. as engCge ow nd owl haL
t e. Vee aa e hue sypolefa rtr. a n iem ai'traorWh eo this week Io th e Aa m B A y I
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