Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 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: April 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01639
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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i'r.r :tic ti C(',nearr-,...iam paid hl i- r,'
-| .: \ *'ht-&1a ti'.i i iitrodil 'e'd the' ,***
tlti HIo -. liet' .ltl.l tlhat I-( lt tol
1thel re-,sllltjll-- I, h", cIA'leld,'d to,
,-'tan. l t r r'- h- ti,-ln :td haIl!'vat -
tAi \.;:ti T_ ;: il ;iI ith .r, Il ti11
Al vt r tmed atw otherr. ti rut.
,agK.tn-t hnim l-rcfortir th, Ir'piil f the
Scinlld dl.-trh ?t
No f-te r'-|-(' inI the South can sltandl for th furlh, r
effort of thil. ilali eto re-.ach thli I'r,'-i
dietllie'a t h l I- leelit .- ill the (;o\-
*.rneuia.nnt owneirsh|lii of railroads." said

conc cdel hi- ablilit. a a- -I. ke r (j 'Coi.gits.niaii lark. underr this het
The resolutions were- not nact d -::I".l claimed negroeos would hold all pIosl-
as they are- set for a -il-cial .r~*. r f(,r tion(, on the railroads as they now
April -'Ith. h .. .. ..... .. .....
Congressman Clark quoted hi uit- I,.,
terances from The Congressional Rec- k) you want this condition of at-
ord and claimed that he' didn't attack fairs? If so. follow the lead of the
Champ Clark or say that the Florida Popeulistic Nebraskan. and if the sen-
legislature instructed him teo ,lweak lible business interests of this coun-
against Iryan Hie reiterate-d his at- try can ever be chloroformed Into
tacks ulHn lrvani designating hint leep on that day of election you
as 'that Nbhraska Populi-t He may succeed in achieving t "
brought nian) arguments teo hear Claiming that the- Southern white
against the Democratic leader and primary settles the matter sati-fac-
claimed that he is already a proe-ect toril* and that direct election of
Ive leader for 1H1 I united States Senators would soon
lie claimed that he' had done more. Kite the big Northern States enough
work for the craut. oif Ihe' loart\ dur imo wer to ,enlarge' their representation
ing the campaignt. ns ahile' Itran wa".- and lasi a force hill through the Sen-
the standard-Itearer thliia all the' Ii ,k- ate,. he attacked this Itryanlstic prin-
ers of the re-.elution c pIut toigeth r ciple. e cl ainied Iryan to bw re-
"'Yes. I ll work Icr himi ;iagai2n i ..io)i>llile for the I hl-er platform
he is. tinumiiiat.d1 thie '.part ini ll-' j ipr.l i-ini for froee tariff on lumber
he said iii re'l I. to .1 <|ttii.- on Thi. alnd < h:argied hi.- l.eIad r.-hip aith iehinat
-op'le f th, So th1 I Ii 1. I'.ihel t" lhold r,..l,,ie -ihl,e'. ftr the iinroad. of the ItHe
e'ir :;e-, :t: i! \ 1 ,I ,'. iil ;i( an pI art. into i lhe old solid
I rIe.eit .
i .efo- e .ta.- thiie iti' i? i I I ii -letli 4 t('ellit eli eled oii P.l. e Tao

Beard Prohibition Bill

Special Order for Apr. 23

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Substantiate First Statement of |Tat Iouor.t*
The Sun on Mond a y.Taft

Tt I., *:,.t,! ." ) L:v:',Miee WASHING;TON. April Ii If the
I i 1d ot .i tlnate''' tariff bill should Iaas both
I : i .i .1 .r.il p houe-- of Congress with its present
S tt, : t... '. .tr. vta- i,. stclit dul:l'-s. I're.sident Taft would have
i.. :: '. U i> r s. ir. v i* i it if he. ~ hd to live up to
,r l'ti:1 ('m'. t it a(!('ilde'ln al death due l I,' r. l. I tion roni.it '..
to Iii- -,. I ... Ald. | cSRioator t .lelrich of Rhode Island.
ii- triedl- lh.r, disrlh li. ed li.. sho dr(t up the' hill. did not provide
rei-.lrt troit the flr -t and tht. re-la- for re.. lion d.ll.wnward. and that-re-
li*'., had ;ll ili tia:tiin startd lisiesion dcA nward --l;a what President
ahich 1 1ill Iv heard fromli tithii thile aft Iroelth'tlid would halpsl n if he
ne'xt ftI d;a .. a>l tih liart) .e-nt from ;twcame' the nation's chief executive.
he-re. has not b.n communicated! The Aldrich bill Is In effect and
with since. his arrival lu the National P'rlpi' the llnglehy law. already ex-
I.:.l ting. The policy of tariff revision
I'he Sun also disbelieved the theory up1n which President Taft made his
advanced by the newspaper reports. campaign and for which he called the
and being furnisned with information present 'extraordinary" session of
that justlfled this belief, withheld Congress. was apparently not taken
comment on the case until now. We into consideration by the Senate bos.
reproduce an article frXm The Wash- "The tariff situation in a nutshell.
ington Daily Times of April 14th. as it stands up to date." declared a
which was mailed this office by W. prominent member of Congress to-
Hl. lraeger. a ormer citizen of day, in expressing the general view
t;ainetville: of the Democratic members toward
*Folloi ing an autopsy performed at the Aldrich measure. "may be summed
the undertaking establishment of up like this: The Dlngley tariff law,
rhnomas W. llindle. Coroner Nevitt which is now in existence. became un-
this afternoon gave a certificate of ieopdlar because the oasumer found
accidental death in the case of J 0. It increased the prices of food tuffs
Il.onatiee. a title expert in the For. and wearing apparel without having
estry Service who wap found dead anY)' oticeable effect toward advane-
..eNte.rday in a bath room. at the Re- 2: wate" proportionately. President
.lnt Hote.l Taft led the people to believe that if
*Coroner NeS.itt said that the au- the' Relnhilcan party was maintained
tolpa) re' e.ald that death was due to'" i'i -'r It would revilse the IHiigle
as.lhvxlation. with the characteristics tariff downward. On this promise the

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ward. A bill was reported from the
House Ways and Means CAmmtttee
now kndwa as the Payne bill. which
did not revise downward, but laereaw
ed the tax on necessitles along the
line. The Democrats fought the sm
ure tooth and mall. They exposed ome
joker after another The Republican
majority of the Houe passed the Mil
e\<.r the Ihemocrats. and It went to
the Senate and was Immediately re-
ferred to the Senate Committee on
Finance. The Tinance Committee has
reported the bill back to the Senate.
The rate on gloves and hostery had
been advanced by the Hone, and the
iPnenee Committee restore the de
on thee articles to where they were
in the Dingley law. What is te et
gain In revision downward? There
has been one. The revlsloaets are
now back right where they tarted.
The only important change It that the
consumer Is Just a little worse of
thOn before e th revistio started, be
cause the Aldrich bin1 rate average
in advance of the Dtagley rate. And
the most emefms feature of the Idto-
ation is that the AMrch elique is still
The Aldrich bill is reapig almost
as much critetosm as the Paye
When the bill Brt came out f the
Senate Finance Committee. the gener-
al dispoeltion was to compare it to
the Payne bill and to pronounce it

of c.irlen monoxide oisoning Hepubllicans arce maintained in IpoK- :,a improvement. lut when compa-
'Theo h-ed of Mr I.alonti-ee who 'r The' social session of Congress
ha.d te(.-e iin the G(;Ieroniet si-er. ic'r e ";- c-lle'd to re'.1is' the tariff down- (Continued on Page IIve.) .
-It *- .a.l iam r\ ''. w' ill i.h -hilipe t'd to
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Lively Debate in House on
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Large crowd Atterd the Services at
St. Patrick's Church.

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TI .1. \I .-i I'. AIril 1; Pro- hn- .11 Iw f re, the IA-~.ailature for Ith,
S** .' :l all I rI. i'e ut(ii., of 1 :a -( .-, ,e ral.rd. se i'.- s, TeI*"4 W all bill
a! .c i Iti. Si.ate (,itit.--. tie. w.i- ii troedi,-ed .-e-.e ral daJs) ago inl
***, i 1r tIl. pi rscii i:ji s, I ,ii lIon, e .andl r, ferried to the Judi-
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Siill, I I In is i .-pim ii l o th "e .ill oif the' la~ t .er
- .I c .. i ;n .I i,- i i* iII- -f lh iimo-1 he l, hold that
i. '. r 1 1r ',i, .elil ghtI h lthe .--ag.ti- o Iif i'e hill would
t I t. I t0i ;ffle- I tlhi r i r ele -.--leiii i one a) or
l- ,it r l h ii, # ciai1d 1s Ie geio imd l e1l ritm
l is. t a l i t4e l i as- olit ot e' if it,.* jre-w
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(a.ontlinue#d on P e Sixr

Senator Bailey Starts the

Fight for Income

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tr 1 Jo -' 1, r1al St.t(. i m t l .11il liun
h14i l,- l -.et riter sa 1 r. **f all
'iltlc offil'cerc aild Il Ultie.- if -or iuo
ratiouD below l. )oo04 Mr lia6l-) di~ -i
jet attempt tu atold the coLuDttutll o
al querbtlus and sU effect challenlse
Mr Balley i that the tarif bill
reported to the* .-sae was io tf*


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S ...' ,, I e .u U,.- of ',. J0 A id haud
r..- .1 It.. r.t' if t, x fruoum to e
I1r *it whli h he sild. would re-
ullt It a Ireater re.eltur than would
tle I.er cent tax of 94 )Vo in

Isa't there ometbing which o',oo a
went a. cas o tor yI tou y?

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:1g. tc, l ,o k aft r *'!. r*.i,.jli- a llhl
the'> did and laltlr,'Ic- IIn A Met i.-,
*as also a iin llllar of th,' Kiulght,
if l'P thll.s of JAC ksroii lle

Keep your eye on the want ads
There aay be oae*thla advertised
which is b l teret to ir

ead the wt adL to t~46' h

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iI ,, ,f h, li' ft .. .h l e fIel t* illt
-l.I 01 t el Ic eUI,| but if thi e 11 tol ell I
I.- .. r rmie i be aSteLi e ls a clt the Stalte
('.imitrolletr shall pay the te:rtlAleste
out of the' funds derived from the
hire. of State rconilst p providedd that
iii co.riaicatee shall be paid ualess
**-nlience Is sufficl tly loag to cor-
LU.-Umate the tate for the cots of the
trial ad coeviettco
A as re of this character h

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Resolut on Withdrawn.
Mr KoHle.rspot of Suwannee asked
rivel il'e-' to withdraw resolution offer-
ed on lpre*loeus day Inviting Dr AN-
drew IBedd Lo address House
Those who offered ameadmentA
were wllingI aad the resolutiu was
withdrawn Mr. Roberaee stated
that be aow feared the resoltlo ay
eause eabhrraassiet should It be
l-op4 .

Relative to Alexander Resolution.

Defends Himsell Before House of Representatives Further Patcul a Learned ic Mear SoWhld Pchs in Pre State, P

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1,itim leir :ele'Me, A t,' rre i..'. I
the' titmer Otrof ( Lar iv
h ou r!. spo #-t It tl,.
H im ill'it t I
Th'e haiil aj- % ra.dc tid t, 1ie 4mc Pr.
nrad the l-wake'r a(wit fr'c-;neoiit at-
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IM W"as imn mrhe 1by OaW
so& s 654tas 0a me-W

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it am adlw i Ie mvr i to
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soRINA10 Apl 1 A I-< a now'
Ow d TOw eOnal awifv Sro

16Moll sao t"at amt INa gleW i t
a. aic ga eld srd 60=0, sma
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a OtasTaft the a ha
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a mmd 1M arcm W it ~ ew
f dauti -mm at ad on mbte

6 0-- 0 006 c -mr iset W

m i0 m r ias sho

d--e 0 iomite emphaa t m
So Mad 4 doraied tdm o

adSamo f1tesel of tihe Im

no mw ip mulfrmctm mth"

ofas. a p tqaWed tin 0 oemittnowe.

ow. n w wh ahC thyn h ster al-

o a oest drctd against the Coh-
tio aal ptamdmeut. n the c oa-
art the Yo omditt emphasized the
baterait hetweau the Moslems and
Cristlaenw ad encourlle all to co-
speento ar the weIanrt on the couo-

Yeum Tuvrf Propose to Fight I
BERIUN. April 16. A e-i.al dl.-
patch to The Lokal Anawigt.r from
Saloniki. says that atltr a wa.' m,-ie'?-
talg. which was helId there yt-terda.
to prot1et agalnot the. change hich
have been made In the Turkih cabil-
met. the YouDg Turks. committee do.-
died to march on (',ontantinol,,le. lthq

the third army corls of which twenty
battalions hae tbe n niolbillze-d Th.e
railroad company hba. rece-ted orders
to prepare all available cars for bth
transport of the troop to the cald-
tal. Jaie Bey is expected there to-
aight with 1u.OOu troops All busl
nseo Is at a standstill throughout the


MUIROSE. April II.-The only
services I Met'ose on Easter du..
day were hd at Trinity Epicopal
church, Te. C. B. Hedrick o0cltatUng
Rev. S. B. Rogers of Ganlesville
spoke to eute am andieace oa Home
Miasma at theB aptit church on
Tuesday might
The r any friends of Craig W lar-
mett extend heartiest congratulations
oa the occasion of his umarrialge
to Miss Ella SrliKfatellow thi. ed
ding taking place' at IIa thiri mi.
Wede' da)
WH i-a- l-ft M,.,idau f,,r .;r.. 't
Coi. p iprialnz lo dio jur dul)
The dunda) b u ti d,-, r. ,- -.* ilatl
ine rtlon and praiser- fr itis pre'tt) and
artistic Easter costume'
The parap4erualia of the baseball
ala has been received and practice
has btguu

"DoIa's O taeant cured me of ea-
sema that had aaaoyed me a lom
ae. The cure was pIrmaneuL"--
Moa. W. Matthews. Com-iniag
Ldm 8iJtde gm I .

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It will soon be time to

UIm ODn.

It is time NOW to
buy one.

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Dimo ratic States If ryan ti re-
sominated Georga will go Republil
can. as will other Southern States. be
Ia cooeludiag a summary of the
advance made by Republicans In m-
c;cutg power o Democratti States.
h e cochluded: "There are some of the
fruits of Hrytslem. and as for me I
stand unalterably opposed to a coan
tinamnce of the sacidal policy of look.
Iag to the Nebraskan for political
He retracted nothing which be ad-
mitted having aid and expressed lit.

VUUR LLb tie care as what disposition the Legi*-
lature may make of the resolutions
as he considered himself answerable
only to the people of his district.
Following Mr. Clark speech Mr.
Is the ODe without Alexander moved that the resolution
h od Kips be read. following which he moved
that the resolutlo be eoslidcrd.
thi colder Mr. Maloe. Monroe. moved to in-
keeps ice longer. den otely postpone action upon the
Mr. Alexander moved to lay the
It s a pleasu to Malone motion pon the table.
w themThis precipitated a harmless col-
OhW them : : loqy between Malone and Alexander.
during which Mr. Calkne of Nassau
arome upon persaal privilege. "I ob-
ajct to the motin betag taken up."
he s.i.
Mi OTe rMeolution has been made a
pe l or er ol r far t th t. at. aad
under rule 25 a unplwSias consent
sJO UVILLE OTI, the Hoe would be required In
oeder to take up the resolution out
JO--UYIZ. Apr I.-Mrs. H. of order.
M. Amrws has renred to her hoh Mr. Robersom of Swannee moved
aA spgdig several days with her that the resolution be considered now.
pease. Mr. aid Mrs. P. J. Hatheox. The Chair raled nl favor of Mr.
Mr. aad Mrs. W. J. Hamlto o ,Calkns"' motloa that it would require
Newberry vettod at Mr. and Mrs. a unanimous oseat to take up the
J. J. Ortift's 8day. resolutio now.
W. J. Holt f Newberry vt At this juncture. Mr. MacWilliams
fried aand re ves b here a eday. of Bt. Johns made a motion to ad-
m aId relate ere Bd. turned until I o'clock Friday morn-
Miea Stella and Irene Miler were Ing. which i re ailed.
shopping In Kewberry Monday morn- '"Theres', going to be another man
tlax In Conirrei from the Second dis-
On last Wedaesday afternoon at trct after next election." wa.s Repre-
about 3:30 o'clock our church burned Isentarive Al.xand-r. only comni. nt
down. It caught on the top from a after the :.-.-ting adjourned.
tree, which had been ignited from
the burning woods. It is our plan to Peoe pt
People pArt middle lY.- Isua'"y has.
rebulld just as soon as we can A
.omne kidn,.y or bladd..r tl,.ordfr tha.
colored farmer who was plowing in a ,
ti* the 1\tality. ah!'h \* natia r:il;v
ear-by field saved two lamps and r I o a.
lower in old age. FoIle Kidid .
a bible--everything else was bun-4 o
RnTidy corrects urinary troutl-. btini-
The tree are badly scorch-d butI ulat- th k:dne and r- -
some of them will soon be all ritcht, u. an.
,,trliglth and \ l ;r It cur. s ul: i ,< a '.
agaln. Only two or thre-e arr-r kill.led I .cur.
..troub* s bv f'r ru .th nii!. T \ 1 -j
Mr. and Mrs. J G WaIton .1- i I\
.t e th y v w ill 'r:t.n o ut t,.-' u I., 1.
a dance la-t Frid.v nirfhr t '. i !' i r1. .'..
That t in th* .'.- :.! -
Mr. aInd Mr. lcr.ro I.a--it. r ar ,
entertaining the latr,-r n i-le r
Mr. and iMr Alfr.-d \ard.n t.~..
moird to a i.la,' u' tr Jal'k." i Mayor's Court Friday.
Mir and Mr- .S;ith of ( I, .
I .h h ..~h i r t.ri ,. t,, the ir ',* '
., h ha, r. tr.. l to -- ,r t ,, c
af'e-r -i,.- r ding th. a ii.t. r ant'i tL. .
d.augKt.r Mr. ,Wa-n ,

A Baby Show in Gainesville i:

Would hae many contestants; but
l:'s safe to say that the hf.althl. -t ha

by would in the prize No htal
can be he altby who suffers from
* worms, and most bal, La do ui,:.:--
they are kept free from them rlth
White s Cream Vernrmfuge. Acts
quickly, yet mildly-Is its own purga-
tive. Mthers. don't attempt to raise
children without White's Cream
Vermifuge. Price 25 cetats. Sold by
W. M. Johnaon.
The "Trades EXtravaganza."
The Sun regrets that the program of
the 'Trades Extraagansa'" is of such
lengthy nature that we cannot at
tempt to mention the many worth)
scenes and advertliements that were
exhibite-d To gle such a de't-rll-
tion would require uore- than three
columns and as we feel tlit .-
couldd Io(,t light tlli)ohr, In the u,Aft. r
there-rfore. drt te-r ,Lalid
WhetLhr from colds. hiat bsttua t,
arI nt-erl trub.e's C.aPtudl:ii, ll
rrlley you It a liquid --ilh a-a t t
'ake-acts truiltu-dtely Try It. 1I'
.~c and 60c at aI! drug su eou
The su olee for calling cards.

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A Knocker
Ii a man n ho can't el in a:."
ie-r-oti or thi..: It a t..t' ;t ;:tI-' d 1
by a di.lor, ere-d li.,r If :.au flr.' t.at
Y(,u arvt b.'i:L, it.g to 'e-' thiig?.
through bir, a. .il4 .- tr- t i. r ;i .
r to a Kgod ,I -' n (< t Ipro,'e-s. ath
ltallard i Herb'l:.e A sure cure' for
constipatIon. dy .-Ie, ia. Indigti-tion.
biliouatieeHs. all liver. stoma( h and
boael troubles Sold by W. M John-
Got More Than the Cigar.
He was dultio at a restaurant In the
aeighblirbo ed f l A-ev(ter .iuarre. and
while he warn sIol ll g bi tslat k coffee
and fitr tn r ua gua es to the minute at
a iirl In a duffl Irnk ar.d whlte dr es
a Istrange.r 'r: ,,eful a. il arirwal r'ee l I
hiL .er. 'at II. huil Jut rearbeli t hlW
d*..r m ler tI ,e v r ti;.jeId lt::.i the .hior .l< r
I' r ..l I;., ', I.e ->: 1l !:.e :L y
".ut .,u d :. et a'
,.the*r It. r rft. ) t .,' n kL t Irn
cute. I .1, ', I t u .-i

K@4-e'l.a 'A t-
- Wnulet !f-STA4

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Stope rFlling near An elegant Dreslnea
Dnsroa Deadrutf Mlakes a nir Grow

Does iot Color the Mair
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Aids Nature
1%0 &%amond Dr. Plans.on e"Do
somy is & asomon. womed 6 b yw. dMA
boo. ww 13rz owd is basd m
-dd _
lt*w F ot* wFl _00 i- se
I --- wo-r. -W-k dikhel Nows
o win memor y sinobn i sdo
~d i egmia' ,inb bum i. mh Na 's'
And. hold up dop bodymddo *srebv ,w dli

The doC
.~~mm 1al DI.YIV 4dah 80
d~ip@.Ae8midle-seem in isowdhsshh. pw"b
Old swoin Od. d mdeuvwish do rnrm-ism
sha'slombhlim soold vism he b.

vo wm -som e -nOw as-009w,"
me -aaW& &.aR o. YI .
Dw.r. Pee. emmom Sum ModledAdrime. hWI m P is ah6; or. Me&.
hissSm %pk~d. liw poam evr w lm muua--m. MsI lw u eviedopdo
ahid".. opr-Oud. son hr 21 oe-no misto "5w ~ewmae"is
mfr. Oes.bm.31 smps. AddausDr. V. 1.,. .N.Y

IBoar JORuba. W W. W. AMPTOB



Fire, Life and Accident I-..

G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Crocerles

MOUTN 818 MAi8 ==- AmUGtmVILU fLOtlO@

Nighoet maeuet -re p" S Chm*h=m %upamd eth Pndme.

A Complete mt M Bay. Ca. OI, Vw.r bm. S-al. C -t
Seed Mal wd Rye. We Iadoae eat tbo Very I ea good
lA~ ""m ow ommm swimbs" w AV


GroLEri tL

Groceries Grain


No Order
Bth hPs 215

Too Large

I- tilt- oiw~ thrat voclltaini-
g Iilevit.and~. 1li.a


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Here It Is!




FOOTE & DAIES CO., General Dealers
14 West rd fu St. Ia.o, Fui




r II I


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Building Being Occupied Was All
That Saved It from Mass
of Ruirs.

I hinatiia i ae Thl'r- l;I \ iiitgit '-orn.
,1,I fire I lit oll .Ie fleef rl- iti tii1t lh
c ite-ld at the' co( rln r f c tlsii,;li.k iil
!':a-* Maiiin tr. f-. lo nlhl.jit, fhie i0',
*;'~ e r il.o : t .ltf '.
Tlh r I .irt\ ori l;irtie't had fir-It atu.
i:';.o l r It'i : II ,a il 'ie:f ith l
ke re- I n .ii edl I '. t I ; .i '
1.1;1 I a old ft i. t' "'l' I t t
S *,. budil l;:ii fill. I ith ki rk r- ;) t a tl
thi- wa' a -'Je.-t. it la ipti*r., *e) httil'l-
Inl, .4.o ,iui ki. It hat it ouald Ie- alin .-tI
lcons(iui ld tlfor' lth arrival of th- do-
Iart mnlit

~yrup gffI'


1 iitw &)~cUlSrtt("C~
0 0

One iilOk '
habitual eottstl lt toE%
~erncncrn~ 1em~ its
cefticiol effects y
the 0e1uiupe
onufacturd be t1e

SlI wLZlADNG- tiGOIS2h-904 ,..T

Their Iplans were futile in this at-'
t.:nil.t h)oWesr. feor the n.gro wonan HAS PURCHASED BUSINESS.
c, i, re -id .- h i h lit* ; ,,- r i art v -a -
a;\:ketild -hli'rt :aft, r the l.re h:td, J. W. Alsop Buys Out J. W. Malphurs
hIn ei :tai:td .:.a i>. I r ; '* : Son on Union Street.
t ,t giti-he.I t he titt -. Ni A t,.re
I'*~ U v.~ ~ I I1 1 1 N ,. 1 ha |>ur< cha d th. hii-i-
f t.ng i thi ian .N ,,- ;,id '. i l II ,of .1 W al
the' fire '.A I;,1.' t .: 'A ,. !ca :nl tilh
Snh !rs & & Sme g ronei.,- e' t e 'tnlonl
,.;an f. il-d' ;th ;I N i.hS --n ,
-tret. and assutnllll d -enitira- ccailtrol
il H t tl'. 0*
.t. aoil,' I >It i. unidersi( tn d that ihe. trade- ha.-
('I'i( ti'cllen under consideration for the Ipa-t
Th r i' several daIs but was~ only closed
'ii''t h;I\ r.sill.,d illn ot| rs huln i gi i.-l-i li
,d tliljyh l htp\i. ('all r:. l or, ll ig los
ad might ha. -caused a gneat loss NlMr Al.op an Xlperiece.d nian in
.ore r it e t l.. I .. -, 0 <. : the, t,,,ine,.., ;sand will no doubt
I t as fortllllunat th th th, l w rl a ol < ,0t
rttmak a grand success of this already
cupying the- loer part W the teii.l well-.estahl~hed business, For the
Ing was awakened in timn. to pret-nt lre-ent he will ratin P he i-
any great damage. pard ua oi. tle 1 la. ble ,l.
It is antl(ilpated that within a
khort while the building will ,t- re-
placed with a new and naiodern brick
structure. and the guilty iarty of this
Will Represent Stonewall Camp, U. C.
dee'd could have sa\ed himself great
trouble and risk hby letting the build- V., t Memphis. Tonn.
Ing htw torn awayv t. the owners At a recent meeting of Stonewall
Camp. I. C. V.. Mis Irene McCreary
eminent Aut s Sy was unanimously chosen to represent
the camp at the division reunion to
That out-door exercise is needed by lw held in Memphis. Tenn.. on June
the American people. That's all very loth
well. but how can people with rheuma- (County Clerk 8 H Wienges was
tism follow that advice.? The answer also elected as a delegate from this
Is very simple--use Ballard's 8now an to rest at this reunion.
Liniment and the rheumatism will go. theirr will ery likely attend the
having you as spry as a colt. Gives ,,ietilg uhich promises to Ia a very
quick and iwrmanent relief from inte.r.,'ting a.\.m,.
rheuinuat ieni. InriUalgia. lame back r_____
Sldd v \\' M. Johu i rd o Thk.
Sold 1 WI. aJobhuson.t Card of Thanks.
I_ ih t_ ubli_ lkll_____________thai .. .. .n.ii...I, ,

friein.l; .iad .-iii,|up rte r- for thi. ; in
SEE OUR hil t" h il ill til l 1" I
,li:.*' (,,llt,-t P4,-]. l -I ( ',,Il, t<,
WN Y h t\ L : .( I 14:it 11
NEW ": '"
I il !l.tl I l ii is c|
!i I" ITrI ;I', 1" i" "!Il 10
,, .'* i
1 I ".
White Mountain .
I .
Glass-Lined .
Card of T ran s
Solid Oak '"
Felt-Lined ., '
:. *. t i '
1 '' t' '
Also Agents for the


One Quarter of a Pound a Week
Cooper & McKee e I..
I. I !'

Refrigerators '

Lined throughout Pay Car Arrives
with Neptune lining, I '. t ,,
the best non-conduc- 1 .1' .'. "I," "I.- r .*.i t"..'
l, I, t .i fi lcihir r, Kul r ,.lri -
tor for heat or cold. ,i ,*' i',-:, e r iiut a., 'rn l. ,,'
uf lrijL'.) b of t tllirie'frctaLt. aud III thina asul
^& IjjfL* uvr Ii circulated for there btwuilt of
RKlegules th bowels, promote
M AI la atUrJ movohea cerw ouaw a-
SUo-Do G' IRolt Ask your
SE b t ft e



Have Been Shipping for the Past Two
Weeks and the Demand
Is Good.

'' *t., r- o: t!,i \\.hhi|< il'
1 : it I, d li t h ii 11 :4 t re i 1t 1 i t.ilt(
ti l ;i\' lhl] ;: It i e'\ ill. l I lh, l I, I it *
: r lthlan
-Frtla. w we re hiii an litlik for
- Io ilrthii m>\ r I1' illt I nn ;l.llat Ifr
,elia *.' .tI l let r :#;' l tlh. e rT te '"
that it i;.t aliiut thi ,tirlthi of thi-
kndl that li hti.l r'cil\'t l -d far this"
e-'3a4-)o l-..-ide umil e rcr ius II ll qiuan-
titis. that would not reach this
:I .. v''it
I-.,r tie It.iast f'ew yrars there has
li < .. i n. At' e e a ::) *can made in
hi Imaltl:ii r ait I |t i ha- (er. Iw Lni
I ri a t:l.i l i.n. wls' a I *i, ii: .1 vearl:ti;i
tiiiat 'r fi rm rs.iir l II I in ll n i-t
.-rn lpart ot thIe c (l t( t. olrt ini al. Itn
S -taIltl ,l I,\ T K (G., *1,h> .0 t 11Wal
IhI .ri ta ol,.iUi e i't r Itli -t i .I -
tin o\ r tall lt h4lo $1 ..- r i tthi ..ii.and.
mili *', the orde(lr i: lar ;ii t \lt.a larh w
'lii|i,1itit aild ihl l ie.ill l|U.tiiti ie i .I
, \,,i Ki';atatr. w thii(n i -lo) > that KoXIl
,1r;1111' i." e o lll:leM a lde rl: tlie entier-
It i.s -tated that there ret in the
,., ',, : o t.d I' l,.ll.h II l of
-' .w |iotatew%. Ilaiited in thhis man-
:er in that section for the market

Dorsy's Freak Cat.
W. S )Dorevy in the Iosawtesor of
oonl- cats which were born without
tails He states that he has
-.et-n many freaks of nature, but this
is th nrfirst time that he has owned
a fr'ak iu the' -haiwc of kittens. and
the absence of the usual long tall
cannot be accounted for. Whether
the new variety of cats will thrive
and continue to breed in this manner
he will not forecast. but he is proud
Of the animals and will take sblcial
care in raisinli them.
If you have backache and urinary
trouble you should take Foley Kl4
ney Remedy to strengthen andd ulild
tip the k!I-neys so they will art prop,
early, as a serious kidney trohleh may'
develop. J. W. Mt('ollum & 'o.

Tbe Kind Youao ys aeBe A ra lft an l whri has b
1u mae Ifb oeer 80 yetar, a benrme the glrgature f
.^ mwsad has been made ud hbe r-
s ealp tpervisoan saIe Its llatmqe
owVa. .mroe to deiTclve yo I. tI
All Couatcrfrlt% Imltatoma mad "Justt-aeR-tld"are b
Ziperlmeuts that trile wIth ad -emimlrr the health ei
Ilnst aa" CMhl-L drIm- eri- agalst ExperiMt

f~srix is a, harlm in A0m eIbe(tr a~O ,MPaves
g"l Drop a ..""hig Syrup&. It Is ilemat. I
metals in ern Opi m,- Mrphe ether Nareos
mhuhagme. Its agMe Is IAM gaa tee It deatreis Wes
SA~a IevyrIIhams. Iu g Dsh ain Wis
a FltemCly. IS -almies the 1. Vieed uts
Semach a"t Dewe hving smh an-ma ieaa
2P 0. -e g


The Kind You Have Always B
In Ueo For Over 80 Year

Tampa & Jacksonville Raily


Leave Gainesville for Mianopy, Fairseld and lo.
cal points South .......................
Returning, arrive Gainesville .................

10:10 a

Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 pm
Returning, arrive Gaineaville ................ 9:0 pm
A. L 6sIu, O.L Sept. L. E. SBar Ir. Tralk 'r.






We desire to announce to the

a 0

citizens of

rangements have been completed and

charge of the new Garage on Masonic Street.

ly experienced we can guarantee you the best

moderate charge.


Gainesville that ar-

we will hereafter have

Being thorough-

workmanship at

We ad mnke a specialty of bti Malch

Swil kep f tl e f d SNUpliepks at l

Storage Room in connection. Agency for the Celebrated

"BUICK"-Bet for the money in the wold.
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F. B. MYERS, Manager

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a- fdttwn m teeo


me so ~e at e Meme of the

W M IMa tweMM to a sim r

mtth Sa m%60 t emstsso m e
e assa ges aeun ma -eo ar

MW mes AM a S0 &t ato thmemor
SthebSum me Mbea

ghdBMe ie both coaelmous atd un
o0 e-o- ad tebtia the u Cou-

Iow aPi 1e has the eatol of te

rd or m 1e tlously hepoken or
In whh *e may n.*er know
tpumer WSrh=a ui-- is eIC-

Md IROMead uuivIy i iPdonits a

Wb Ua PIt 1 i that some of the
-004 t g m* about men after
air death were not said to them or
of them wha thy were livliag. What
isOer ad Ispatioathey w ould
h1e oesb to many souls strugglng
with adverse oaditlons of life.

IMMeme l e both conscious and un-
CnmLS.s .s ad oftentimes the uncon-
uia tlataeee is the greater. The-
wrd or act ammosIously spoken or
d~e may e fraught with conme-
4ecWes of which we may ni%*-r dream
ad which we may n.**wr know


SThe Pii~em f Jiiu m. e
IOseeemor IS skesuMav rigt in de
autoT that Iprop-if oosUtlutlon-
aI aii t sambmitted for popular
set a heso be eariefuly and fully
epao d it al their bhertlgs." and
ad that "one wold thidk. however.
that the discussion of their merits
and demerits by the press ought to
be sufficent to serve the purpose."
The vote on amendments submitted
to electors of Florida ha been very
Itght as a rale. and it Is doubtful If
saythag like a fair expression will
ever. e draws out alous this line
If some change s not made.
Regardlg the submission of pro-
posed amendment to the constitution.
The Tamealslon tays:
"A M1i tricndly advise s nrot
adiss. whether t Is accepted or not.
We offer this f solelted suggestion
to the Ll-mture: Stop offering
trirW a e~- t to the conatltu-
tio. If aet important change Is
fond deelrale submit It to the peo-
ple; but do't try to get them to
e-ge tweeloitm to tweedledee to-
mWmw ar t a e ask them to chase
tweedase back to tweedledum the
-ot day.
"At every msesi of the taisla-
two a res m mber of amedmaents
to the mastitt are proposed.
Thee a 1r er perhaps ive or six
rn the MMt f the Laaislature.
ld ae submitted to the people, who
gilAr veto them down. The reg-
IlM wtlh wkieh the people kbl pro

0GmmrsB die haeuss are from the
ePliN At Mr. Breow i the ooastitu-
tional esvet a to the opelao of
- Mr. lft Jah the La at.ur and the
people y 'haa It all; It's a matter
of as iampertes, it the law stand
as It is.' I members wll stop offer-
I-g trivial amendments to the cow
0tutiom the people may begin to pay
attentia to those that they do offer.
"To the people we make this sug-
estko: Doa't take it for granted
that an amendment offered for your
approval is worthless. Of course
there is a lot of chaff. but there may
be a little wheat. Consider the pro-
posed changes and vote intelligently.
Pick the valuable from the worthle.~s
and engraft it Into the fundamental
laws of the State while you throw
the worthless away.


The Gainesville Sun's handsome
Ea-ter edition had a colored c ro.-
re-rreeinting a dainty hbutterfly 1,;-u-
nettt.e on#- of the kind th.it inhaiitn
Alachua ;aind I.-sille,.r ; i#il -rItii. I. tI.
imuprer.i'ill ,u e .u eiiill '. li -,a('ol-

An old writer oncc. -.til In ff.-ct
that freemlndednets. cheerful disp.i- Tl.e (; ir.- ill' S.u .!'' ..
@slton. regularity tf hours of me-tals. prli.- fa ri on oum r \' .. t.-i.
sleep and exerc 'e I i.r t ilrr.- Jol : I'(!.d it' li ; i t,':' A o ;a, I:.:-t.r i .lItn, ::
life and health. No with.taiidlig the* cviia -ed III .1 i.a ,l-.,ire I' .1 ii ,!
theories. nostrums aiid fads our pre .o, r Tl. Sun oI. i 6 1i -
ent day has brouKbt forth to pronaute Inan el-lith lr in ; .l'." sti.illa' or ci('n
health and longeilti the old formula t.nt., a. d. l uilik.' it i.ia:ta -:Ike:. ;
still holds good. choud n1\c er ,lbscur,.- it ;it .t11. t(i;.'
--- _- Orlar:do Sintliiel

The constant striking of the clap-
per upon one spot of a tw.il i% said to
elect its tone to such an extent that
la course of time the .bell hax to be
taken down. sent to the factory and
retamed. In like manner the constant
hammering and rough usage of the
world will affect the life of any man
less at times he relaxes and brings
counteracting forces into play

The Orlando Reporter-Star has ar-
rived at the following conclusion:
TIe Easter game as bet1ve e.,;.
sad hats with the odds on hats. Eggs
re always the same shape but hats
are not. Sometimes they turn up and
sometimes te turn down. and in
either case they turn the heads of
the wearers and turn the pocket-book
wrong-side out. Easter bats have
Easter eggs and in fact the old time-
Easter boonets beat a mile."

No Amterluian soldierss re-uman it
Cuba asd that 'ouiItr) Is now free. to(
%urk out Itt uown Iall ation. Kcr)
wrell tuhlr of ('ulb and of lIh--rt aslid
lud.i-eln'dt lit*' Itiutnt tioin she' tlo I I,*
su e rsrful li the ialltt iUpt If he r au,
r+ Ilii e-li u- tran iill lt and in u111
It ril Iprou p'l rit) utu Ienl t i ouI.t up t
Aut rl(cau ideals tllo.saiie '. I, tI( t*.
a ade for the difereut temipramue-n
of the LatinAmerican peoples. Cer
taitly it is to be hoped that uuo o
casino may arise for further luterfer
': ,d a i (t anoaatiman ii-r.f- t om
try has race problems enough and to
awere l i. u*Au.

Deafness Cannot Be Cured
liv lhwal ali.lt-.">ttta .-. :i- t11-v -can
not reach the dila '-il portion iif tih
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness. and that Is by contlltutional
remedies. LeL.:fn.e's is cause-d by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
Ing of the EustAchian Tube. When
this tube Is Inflamed you hale a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when It is entirely closed. deaf-
ness is the result. and unless the in-
flammaton can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition.
bearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which Is nothing but an in-
flamed condition of the mucous
We will giie One Hundred Ikllars
for any case of deaftnes i causedd b
catarrh) that cannot I- cured I,-
Hall's ('atarrh Cure St d for cir
cularm free.
V J t'IIHE Y & Co), Thole-dl,
Sold bt drugglsts. 7* $
Take Hall a. 'amlln P'lls for couiti

For Constipation.
Mr I. 11 F-ari ihani I rtn i.rh lt
druggll-t of iSplrii l tk, I, a .-a -
(' hauiberlaina a tomacah and I.il r
Tablets are ct-rtainly the I-.-(t tlal.a
on the market for coustllatloi (i\'.G
these tablets a trial Vuu are (' rtain
to dad *e* a W eab and pl.4Aait,
In *elet Price S5 cents J Sadjle
atr Fur sale by al drutgista.

Do Not Neect a Cold.

g yn leUM ao b Tle cwT Ikc Ml dw
I gay msae lodinssa



TallahaSs Newsa April 14
As eatoir McCreary of Alachn
omty haas for years been a champion
of State utlformlty of sbconi text-
books. having for the past three ss-
slan of the Legislature introduced
what many people believed to be the
best bills submitted along this line
The Morning News editor was anxious
to learn from bin something concern
Ina his new bill relating to school text
books, known as Senate Hill No 2.
"What does your new bill relating
to school text-books provide for. Sena-
tor"" asked the editor
"Why. It provides for Just what thf
title says." replied Mr McCreary; "to
curee to the -ople of Florida school
mooks at lower prices; as cheap as
thby are sold for in any other State
of the 'nlon; for the exchange of
books where children move from one
county to another where the same
text-books are not in use. etc. It re-
quires publishers to file with the
State Supertntendent a certlfled state-
ment of the lowest net prices at which
text-books are sold In the various
counties of Florida or any part of the
United States, and requires them to
furnish said books In Florida as cheap
as they are sold In any other State.
Roth the standard and special edl-
tions are to be supplied under my bill.
thul obviatlng the necessity of paylng
high prices for books where the cheap-
er editions will answer all require
ments. My main objection to the
methods heretofore pursued by the
publishers of school text books has
been that they charged the people of
Florids exorbitant prices as compared
with prices charged in other States.
and that when a child removed from
one county to another to most cases
a complete set of new books had to
be purchased. Both these discrmlna-
tions on the part of publishers will
be remedied If my bill becomes a law.
and I honestly believe It is the solu-
tion of the school book problem, with-
out creating any new offices."

Two Million Settle
of Perry Iavit' Painkiller sold every
year. Think of It! And every hot&ld
is lessening suffering and helping
some human being to health and hal
pines! This wcndterful household
remedy stops the pain of sprains
burns or bruises. It relieves rbeuma
Usm or n,' ratlsa. It cures colds.
cramps. col e. diarrhoea. There ought
to be a bottle on your shelves ju-t
now. ready for the first sign of trouble
The new size bottle is 35 cents and
'be-re is also the '.c1-cenit sizo. lie sure
your druggilt gives you Perry I)alW'.
If you have lost or found anythlon
Jo not fall to keep your eye on tu*
classified advertising column.



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Lamm cTI-



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wrsrriIi se efl btcersi
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pow.ft ootous Possime ... isa4sil &s igzes~s
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I'ulltaI 4 I)I ling Ca( r I..t-w.,nl Jers y City alnd tit Augustlu I',,11
11.O11 ('opliartnm.Iet ('r beItwfr iiv Jcrsey City anid Palm lIt t
P'ullmani lralig Kio i Slerepers lbtwten Jersey City an
Kaight i Key and Jer.3c) City and Miami Leave St Augustirn
12 15 p m and Jackboullle 1:25 p a. daily except Sunday.
For full Infermatieo and s1 eping car reservations 1 **r
any Agent Seabrd, or write S. C. SOYLSTON, JrA. AsslaUt
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Forty carloads of tonmatoes were
shlipswd from Little River last week

The lHatlings ltank.n.
ilth $.:ct0,e calltal. I .
la-It ,e,,. The Itct ,
ont in Hlit Irt v t ie
oIfit to tart with

The' th fi of .lohn I"
(tir nt ill.'. N t ,.. i .,
IiK friii hi- 't:arlto
nr.r'. T m -1r.- ;i y 1 .' ,.
c''* tly foet 1d 11t t .Ihe'
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rtc\ *l\e r bheletn founet l I .1 t i '.- h !.
h I'h l ,0:. llloptY h. 11

T. A Sitider. the. ('i ,< .-it iiiilin -
a:;r'- at:sip naianuftiuL ir' i c rlca'-
la-t w'*.e k a large tr:!( oi f lalti 1i
lat.tola of IouliA Adle r itina '. o 1
SouIth street and extending from
Ridiewood to Palmetto avenue. with a
frontag'e uo these streets of 212, feet.
Mr Snider. who In a warm personal
friend of 8. H. Gove. has given Mr.
(;ove the contract for seven cottage e
of the California Imungalow st Ie.
Three more are under counlideration
to be erected on this Irolwerty. Mr.
Snider is in Hobe Sound for a visit
of about two weeks and on his return
will complete arrangements for the
building of these houses and other Im-
provements which he has In contem-
For COLDS and GR!P.
Hicks' CAPUDINE is the best reme-
dy-relieves the aching and feverish-
ness-cures the cold and restores
normal conditions. It's liquid-effects
Immediately. lOc, 2kc eud 50c at drug

Highly Fattered.
"Tour gla~wsc*.." she sthl. "have made
a great dl!.Terei'cIe In v-,.r napearan, e "
"-IN you 1111hik *V4,' 1.'*" l. h I- l.
"'Yes. You loeil s Itelli' :len't wi:i
tbem ot ."-t'hi<'etr c It-
Fotle' Hloney and Tar Is a safe'
guard aKainst series r. ults fromn
spriKg colds.. which inflanme th.' luIng
and de\e-lop itt(, liw.rmin ,iat A ,ii
count ei f'lfits by i:1.: ti. ,ijtni on li.ii..
the ge'lnuinei Fole.''- l. gn.iy and Tar
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Broke Out on Hips and Legs-Was
So Sore, Irritating and Painful
that Little Suferer Could Not
Sleep Scratched Constantly and
Kept Growing Worse.


"When a, lIt tw' ant a n hel? reisr
oIl myr dn': 1 tr lroke InL. ut n ,.* l ..r ,.
anti the ul|e r lartm. f tm r l-r k v .th a
ery irritating and painful eirtli. n. It
lw'gann in 4(htoter; tlw firs I n, tixce
war a little red urfartu andl a c n-tent
de-irve n h.'r ptrt to mrate h er lhmls.
Wl e comtlid nol t askwI, leel the' rtlltin I
gIt sor.. and yellow ate.r came ,out f
them. I had two dct4,r' treat her. but
she grew we,rc under their treatment.
Then I 1Imouht the C(utaciIra Re aI. ('uti-
cura Ointment and (uti -ura ~tH'vv I.nt.
andl n ll uemd them tw.i wereki whln she
was entirely well. This wam in Frelru-
arv. She haw never had another nrith
las on her skin. and she i nc 'w four-
ten years ekl. I usd only half the
bottle of (uticura Rf .lveInt and lew
than a box (f ('uticura Ointment. Ms.
R. R. Whitaker, Winchmter, Tenn.,
IpL 22. 1Mon."

Everylwhlw Us Ctkifratl -
-d Cti c ra Oitment
Por p r purfytlg mnd beautify
Ia ar lo denga the of
anrtao, soalt ad an-
druf. for dry. thin
and talking hair. for
oftening. whitenuin
and soothll red.h
rough and Me'hand
for annoying irrita-
'i tio and lwkative
SW weakneicw. and fr
,many sanativ, anti-
septic purpose as well as for all the uw
of thetoilet, ath and nursery. Ouaran-
teed atw4utely pure and may be uted
from the hour of birth.
Caplo1 F.rlu am ie IRnmal Tmhewt br
RwrM 1lmim ot Isbtma. CtUld so a Aduci ro .
r(' u mfMt-metr to hIrl Utw fki sa14 tsl-
rm nm t Cc4 rtd UMr pr vrale nt 01 to Iuriy te Isn4.
thwom b irt the wnrd lter RImu a Cier.
raT. et PF. ourseM. Na
4wmm" tm CVwea um s SN oD

Hie Mixup With a Contract, a Legal
Fee and an Opinion.
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it, li' nl:." ituIu 1 11 r:)c4rlel 4 ecu4 Ili, -I
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It r .r!.Lig %t-r it o ev ti eh e izht
9 i% I, I ;, it # e,( iith lee Ii, no, lte'-elriolvepe'cj
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It W:e'e tih Inte. hc''ever. to relyv c4in
Pi'VrTle 1111 elelhu4r if tee t e l.langfe' Illtterro. Pie
it- % flli.It t le. e 're'ni "et ni t.rre.' v 'V the
I', ll [I cch-w.eil himtn flit- caitruet and .-x*
Icro'%S4Il lie ieire tee lereuuk It and
a icle oythe 'uit'emary rmercevtaire
Wlitt Re'fl'-re the atifrtil r *Ic't, iul eri-
siterit t-i #-%prt-%, n (oplido'nll flit- flu "-
tlceli 'II tc e' *-ns 11 14i ft MIAf flet I e ecigit11an
11.111eleiI101', t~.'imo Tnehe mean at law
teit r c caL V he .i' 4-reridit e l t -el It
%I de'ierir Or e1ol le' *thuait Gilt
Irn. tIo art lo~i~k ie htr.-k.rIt Idr-ce-

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for t r-r)thling els, why not for you
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(Coutltaed from Pag Oe.)
rionas were Ilatituted between the Al.
drich measure and the Itnlley law.
the question that at once. arose was
whether the Aldrich InieI rcantemplat
e-d the real rexlilon liaed ht the ('hicrago ill:tform.
Much Isn being lrnIad of the fact
the' Aldrich hill r..ts.-d th.. tite...l
oil h Ill\'.' atiel hl (irT. IIn c o(nmljiari t )
Hitli the I't. diihr hill.
IIut the dlutiesl, dn thcm- artilcle hi
the: Aldrich hill art ner'ly ui back
teo the' le' I l of the Ire-.-' ent ( dlltti'.
1'h,, folht hiinl l eonmi;i.rlcons do not
re\,m;il .;crtr -'lv .a' % r 'ficcie, do, ii
s dardl" i the Aldrich or new hill:
Ilosicry.. \alud at $1 im'r dozer
pairs: Aldrich bill. 'e41, e.it duty onl
',e'ry dtotzen and I1 I-'r c(nit ad va
lore'ns; Ilingiley law. samxe.
Aldrich hill. glos. ji'or dozetl
Iairs. $1.;7 '. Dingly law. Pame.
Aldrich hill. t-,-f. frc,'h. ;2 cents per
ouiind; Ilingle Pepper, ground. Aldrich bill. 2%
cents per pound; Dingley law. same.
Champlane. per dozen quarts. Al-
drich bill. $9.60; Diagley law. $8.
Iron ore. Aldrich bill. 25 cents per
ton: Dinlley law, same.
Tea. coffee an cocoa are on the
free list in the Aldrich bill, but they
were on the free list In the Dinlley
As all administrative features as
well as maximum and minimum pro-
visions, the latter of which may In-
crease all duties 20 per cent. are not
included in the new bill, no one can
know for a certainty what the Inten-
tions of Senator Aldrich really are.
He has made explanations, but they
have not enlightened. The bill is
still merely a skeleton. If It had come
from anyone but Aldrich. the Senate
would doubtless have resented as ain
insult the presentation for its consid
'ration of only a IMlrtlon of bill.
In the framing of ,Iegislation Sen
ator Aldrich is a prililegesd character.
There is no certainty. however, that
he will irasm through the tariff war
iinnre;thhd. Senator Cummlns of Iowa
and other iinsurg ente who take the I|M
sition that the Aldrich rates are tto
high alcii th. lii.'. ,Inay hre.nk
out .11 anI nr1n0 lit a0ifl ch:arre himi
with firainig his hill in the Intere-t
of th big corlm)rationrs.

liP jlur Zl'c' l eclretim elcl m mltiake'
i ee l te all 'V 'cti i t'e fccr erzalairc di

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Miss N. Nortor

N1 velties, Books, Stationef)

Scuveoirs, Sheet Pictures

and Picture Frames ....

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Tuner and Rebuilder

Eptianecat-e urn,.iamei"I Prmtonetly and Al

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Pm of A"di
of distisction

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gatgn sprinw sa be I-talko i oo het ae a evegit
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dom & may fsocha U o toe" ahtmt oheid einbs

bar, be Pays not onlY that oe 0Mem6is Nina W- M 'TW'
ntlfng spring tonic, buat als gsonp the bebt remedies that be ho easowr Wid 1
eorugh, eods sad catarrhal complain r
What are you going to do with such evideso? Are you going to tuon q
from it and listen only to the talk olf people who prodbly never maw a hobe o
Peruna, certainly never tried a bottle of it. who ba nothing else to ba hat to

to accept the clear, pinted and undoubted testUimony of a man of national wps
iaticn whIt krnew oIlhat he i totlking abuAnt.
Peruta k rvenIy hnoe a* ta it a. It it an Inigorating spring & tn. It o
TO a goaun IC''I(v f-I r cI~hl. W have nianv tin ttintih ia hatie tnar ltor this fto
nlruUala I wanuiactLur.e .Iby thePerunaD trug Mfg. Co., Coleasllmas, Vh
the wold who --re-- g, ,sr-b rul-l fJit i omo ,m141


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"eci4nl. MciU.P4 odwir MUc ab
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Will he ia-ued at out A ril 15th. If you hdeire a copy
lit out and mail this coupon to us:

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US.e1.bw oo -mil q:
00 eIlba. mmd departmeat
dew repo r tsb. -
To thIrd readeg.
N.IL by Ieba-oRqurluag
o inprm se- m Is soeIn
-ps-amwIt tern. to and
to detk d t elrit ort, of even-
wIs cmases Is appalod. Report
to third reading.
ma 9. Honidr Relating to
dmvab Of jSries for the second
sreedbla wqees of circuit
RepIoted favorbly. To third

Ma 44., 1,bs I ,Iv.to the
of eamtivrns aaluat stock-
of a uaPoto ioms. avrable
To A id readlg.

Mar eSDtalu. eort favor.

Ms K, Isotorn-VMr traasfer

to the sbachedfftd.&ma~ver-

N.. 4, A-3eidv.to
Oat ernIN drysotim.. V
TO thIrd reamldg
N. 5 1. hir sa C'-g4Dr
Imb I m t3. tveirais. To

Ne. $1. by n3eetvy--ToPoaw
-PumasWh detaeor at-
to A lon ay wwan. y -- ft
report To third reaoim
N& i.. bF ~ K. hr tim
ft muting swain Grgsss

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sabaiming momm asomo
indesmW postpone&
ft ST. by yb-A dhe- I
lax mob"eMOWNi" to ~

arw ashee bulito mhad to
61pr ar wba t

some. Imsd. R"Mm" W ub-
m To third rad-

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-an *bow% eam easp~
To thid ne l

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O Week book la-. I.-

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Of the b Inide. r matic
slL wh o.u aask hr De-
NOWandBladder 14111m.be
765 get then. They ar* mat I
ACOc et substitute..: insist
PO1mg the right kind. gold by

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pad; m to Pfuwameo Ri-
m; asesb to iachnau Hg
Mad Wuoiegoo Ispoias,
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We will either cure you of conrtilp-
ts or pay for all the medicine uued
drina the trial. You Iae ur nothing
if we fall. That's a nllxhty broad
statement. and we Iman evry word of
It. We will back It up with our own
persmal reputation, too. Could any
thing be more fair and secure for ) ou
The most 'lentflc. common n 'i.n i,-
treatment Ir Rexall Orde.rlti. Tlii,
active principle Is a very r-cenit i'c-inii
tile dscove-ry that I odorl--a,. .olh,,
less and tasteless; verTy jroulouncri,
gentle and pleasant Itn It action. anal
particularly agreeable in every : w
This l gredlent does not cause any
diarrhoea. aasem, latulence or grip-
.ug. Recall Orderlles aret as jpleasan.
to take as cady and are iarticularl
good for children and delicate Iwr-

If you saier from chronic or habit
sal coinstpation. or the associate or
depeadeut chroonc ailments, we urg,
rya to try Rzall Orderlies at oui
ri.L Remember, you can only get
them at or stores. Two slaes. 25~
ad 19t. J. W. McCollum & Co.. cur
oae East Main and t'nion streets.

Hs Obeyed.
NMat sIteaLd. the grt journallr
of war tile. went to General Wlllina
T. heanMa's headquarters one t,f
the "tet ewsrom th front." Hal
a wa armed 4 with many ne Intro
drtry letters. but decided to rel
mal* as ma lrese him by Thol.
swbl. ghraa's brother-in-law. He
bnd the general and preemte'
wItas letter. The general opeInd I
omewbht lampatUetly. read a ftr
mai t oMd It aId adl:
"Ahb ya come from Ewting. and young
dIre to bare *aO the latest news' the
*art probable move' of our arma~ eh'
Wel there'a ralt leaning this tower
hI Cheaimatl at 2 o'clock. Her, take
this tiret and atep over there and at'
ya diamer and tbem get o that

"Wed but. General Sherman"- be
0a" the newsypaer tuan. But bhermnn
waved im of.
*oe over and et a good dinner. We
hbe plenty and always srtve to treat
r Mfrtnds well Bt obe sue you
doat mw tht 2 o'clock trainer And
a0llt"a obey@&

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Iapnsse- Deilessiese,
ruder te heM of -jagaltiv illie i U hivi rsity C ity.
~ls thew IWrlIn erombtheus gI a
IN of sme of the queer things which
are errred to cirlatas of the Flowery
hinplomw;n who -bare a rticIr I t-'t?&' O inesvile is conceded to be the
In tha elrflivnces whli'. are -,"o deitant nost enterlRibing as well &* the moot
fritio the pathatEtautialt beautiful city In the interior of Flor
viloa re n silythat fta-'b inaeh nt 1,aiLda. It is located In the %er center
nttarla''l ra'sdila. a n d where mt'nt lr t thet'Stab. half syc bit a aeavathe- At
Orit e'.u'"v'r. ''t~Le anal lIzirds arc a.ntic and ;ulf C'oasts. currouaaded b)
miiiii '''tail L J atofal and Ur-,l.- prel'krtd 5db of t UE boa Itrliaty a: to betb ca pable
In rl r i f pradtiaiiah i a gaat i-atNtarit t% of cre
nutasi- thee ra.av h#I -i tb'1'4 :r .n the- he Art of the tiu k grlA ijIg
ir e tL ;,.t I fi i a .lia' t.' a d' '. Iio\aI -tort. !. e It Slti.
fat I I.I Il : I '7 h tip.'- f e4 1 -.' AI ,*'I.lIaaII .a -l'.%:tI I t t:
in tilt. Stat. gibiitt c~hlirtclit % t
viu-t I .- t-irma a ,. l'i r 1!I 'I*v 'd'tit t- litlhit It are ?-til-4 ratir til .,'.
'4Pilki' it-' dz''III Vao'.'ia % ilil lali. I
writ #-I Il~ I f %N 4!. %%
uInd Vciia i-b lit a'.l ,. 'I i
.%n I:"i iti f ''hil' I !.I-: t tea w I Il' 1I-a raV!a0. t. t"

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ilflatha tr a AL a' II ? ,1 14 1. I ., f'i t ** j. I
aa t' U thia' tatil ii, r~ i I''rjairi. tit' Mill flI r War
re hat*- Ca,. s4 aind I .ikv NAiiaii, all I)
a ich are reach d by lri% .At(iaolt .-'
A $~pri.ii: Plark Stttk a kF.rniti alt, laige-t
~ AT O R :;d i:.kt\'~..t:k t (11a. t. S
CASTOR 1A t h Ai
IN, &itll i-:.s: a aitisat 1 g.1- .ia r d reia
K W Yu k" e Alay i aa

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Now Germany Deals With the Waster r, 1: ~ ,
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it I ."* il *** t1 < a .ir u aI u 1:. : r I.l hII
Iti t 'lu trlr ta-l i h I* a la i 1 1 i r'1
I.l )etr la 5' !d tlhait Ilh a..,' liilnt l I.
plaid ti, tIo ie lmani. I.util to a i u;irdlaia
sip|lInidted 1y thc Isgiilrtrtitt of Ithr
distir I In wbhlh be .ltvhs. wt il Ui's 11
for the wupllrt of l be iit nmild hil
dre11 'IIIIa n taa a an Illi u a IUki
not get his wage might rrfu e to work
IIa Grnally the iposil wuuld Ms that
be did hbi urk Progresa

LWWtt La LAttle Early Risers the
best known pills and the best pill*
ie, are asy to uae and act Irentl)
sad are eerata All druggit* sell

The hsblt of ada. Sal
o r -0 i to uo ia wim beep
Pr lateremted tIa the a p we U .

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th '- r' i il i1 it- ti i.. it i'
fa t. (;Alias r\l\; i .: 4 i-o Dia I I 1 hl1a1
(hatl a hl.a it l a'. iraloted if we ulilt
l f* i of tIl.a-il iU th t- flluowlui h uul ir
illiU olf %a bat
Gaineoville Has:
Olnt arttlt
Nuo saloonI.
()lit trag<
rour hbteI'l
rur hankt
Four dairies. i
One foundry
Walter works
Ten churches.
One gas plant
Two tina shop.
Three bab i .
SIs lrlit Ltore.
I** rsewesatlM I"
Owe od s Ze.

I Wa In Use as Per S @ as the
Time of Kinga oemen
The first nnntin of4 ral In the an
nals of imnklind *'ra"I In the 11111..
Prmoerlr arvt. 21. an foIllows: "A.
ranls are to hIurning i|a .liand woilnd to,
fre. oso I na atiotclnttio nIs a toi kinll.
strife." This was written alout l4o6t
R c'.. at the time King So4,lmo,.t cirne
Into lower. Part of lhit dfominiioln wan
Syria. and ancient roni lnilint are'
worked In that contryt t'loI;y. There
are several other rmference.i't to, rnal i
the Iltble, all of a liatr d:ite. T<,Ml|
nidl ) l< i<: 'rt lr a v. ol.o-n f. n1- l Ti,:ir th"
It,,im n 1%, ;:i h| ic. .,t iI: 1 thl., t .I 1rlit
,:oni w 'ere f;uillll;ir i ili th,. ti*'. ,of a'..;:
pr.or tio elNnomn lii in 'Li..in n1:, "th.
The fnirt I, uI.i .tr, I.il Tof 1'. ,r,'
tratina thiao lua. te rt, ril f,.r l t .
uart n jittl of oanl writrin. I% ifh i
aiilmt oif i'etrh,,roun i..\ Is *',.
as 'nr th d4for the u 'liri'n i.ln i ,i a.,
wasp n comi en ia-e in I'linn. Anthra
4-.te (4inl In |N1m |derl s l, i -t \ t hoI iih m,t
clay n(d rI ll,,h Int l>;i;l. Tl ore,
drh fu-l in little hasnl furni-,es pri lrl,.I
an they did eenturies rgso. M.r,.n I',Alo
speaks of seeingil I"t l.; "**a kind o
black stone in I'nthly that I uwaed to,
barne better than wod." Mar. I'olo'.
countrymen refused to Ibe:iee 1lie
traveler's tale.
The earll.-at hltorl<, mention of ',Cln'
In the United l S:tn:tat Is ty the Frren, h
Jesult mlsulonmary father lleIinelpli
who In his journal In 17;T9 peaks of
trarm' of E ,:al anlpartug on tlioe lank,
of the A I'is.l riter nid minlk thle site
of a "'iole' milln" ,tn the Jania' near Iti hm,,iil. the fnirt mine olenedl
foar t$" nvir'e In 174t ; l nthri-ltc
wnis* I l*ovor dI In el: Wyonrlllli valley
'*Iid ta tannl ,'' f 7the e,;I Ao,.t to, Thoim-
:; toid %Viilil i i'' in I AtiL do,,i -4 rlnrt.oti l'hcl;,-s lin M'l.trl'liitan Maga

We often wonder how any persao
ca be persuaded into taking anything
but Poley's money and Tar for coughs
colds and lung trouble. Do not bt
fooled Into accepting "own make" o
other substitutes. The genuine con
tains no harmful drugs and Is in a
yellow package. J. W. McCollum &
I It's printed latoery yo want
The S a oeae Is te placm to gt it.




The Log Distance System

One of the meet valuable features operating in vanous sections of h0,
fa our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their equip
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methoOs of opera
:on with the extensive long distance, tlng.
ine. of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close traMe
telegraph Co-npny and the other as- arrangement between the Bell Tele-
sociated Sell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to go to
We own thousands of mile of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhere,
distance line in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
mhich we operate and in addition can communication with almost any point

Ornnet any telephone In our system in the counn y
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, radiate
la which a Sell Telepho arytoem is Ing throyhout the nation, is uao
*erdaeo. daily in commerce and for social pun
These loe distance Ilnes are of the peose by the banker, the farmer and
meet modern and Improved construc- cities in all walks of life and our
tie and are maintained at a high plant here Is an Important link in this
state of effleocy. The Bell aystems. great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Efficiet Srice. eas- aMe latIe,

loardi f Tralha

Fou'r -h, -. -h ;.
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( Il.e li : '.

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i r'\ In i : l arv.
I' o lii:. hops.
'I 1 ii: r b>r s

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S1ro II..1 h!. r. r- .

()hie u h trt rh.
Thra ., Jt,'.Ir.% .torv..
OnIe I hichate. ouce
One Clhiteie laundry.
One Christian church

Two hardware r
One fnrale iys .c..
rlftet-n grocery st re.
rve Baptist churches.
ThrI tfuraitane a!st.
Oe cold sLa' g pla
0oe Wekly allewsP. hi .
&eve& dry oo s itore.
Three edid drik 0 trea.
Tnre Chiac y laundry
Two hardware stores.

Three railways *ysema.

7 t' ~'.''atord4 ra

I' i :tIr ai vl

f'1'- l'r.-he. te'r:aai church
r T a .;r fl .;aaaia-alr a,
V'i4,a .l:~ art fdr' ('artnserat.
a.. rtl lunilcar cr-amlaranits.
Thr' .' IMct lieiidip' aai h ret he!,.
A hra-.. b-1,4e1 oaKanlztia'n.
Tao tchotolcr-tih malle-ri.-aa
Two moving picture sbows.
Florida Winter Chautauqua.
One imei-weekhy newspaper.
rive We Ie ars"aease aem
Viar, tlt a ,Lu- :. i %a ri vi, \ t@I.IIi
Two ftrtilizcr auanutaatI-r:i.
Fl\a tbre laurianea- UK.:aa ha-i
a, ii'.r! ;aitar fic~i.tatp--
()llr I::1 :tiI.ll I -itkt 1.1, t-I
(5i' 'a:.l-til l\I .a f.1.a 'a'
EC' I it.r. alaL

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Thai- flii.. -t (tip, ra hliwt In tir lta- a
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A Euaa'it-runrttt t'uidoisnort tun ino I-
Sr tecte1- I U aurt'! e-La ca j, '.


k arp*-t terar Wasons planter,-r-
painte-rs. rinrte-r mn.hilult aud 1.
Wrong men galore
More mlesl of paved streets arlt
granolithbc aldewalks than any othe
towu la L l aterior of Ibe State
ASa 8100, court house built of brk k
and sto*e-a beautiful structure -ad
the lawns. lowest beda shrubbery
Co4fe t*E mer*mwtL. ec IurroudI
la it. make It a most attcrai ve

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Luy Te *t Oe r*s a t **ssee" *en
an Alentie Lifer.
Tb lurry of ainr n rnvel bhas
ren hbed sach a state of Iwrf~c'tion that
laud bred aod timid pi-,.,-ti.grs may
alMst delede tbemrel..- ;.t,, think-
lir that thry are 1|:! '*-. r when
thbe are Ia the nliddle .o I. *:-t .
'l'hen the luwnclmtwc lt.'. *u,'.d yre
go IL to tidy your I;:;0 I .e. Ia Is
'hisslnty Ii tlrltinl .- Iest folip o4 Iw "l%,% I .a fir there
art Iwo ina your dra win: r".,ns. oneol In
the Ilhrmoom and oit. Ii, !i,. ltollrom
lt'o.c4d Your drnm ln r...n, whi,'h
Might he In the W1iht.r I ,*..*. NSc.
for all the r 'ememloltilio. it i..,r to fn
shilf,'s altin-is furnilt.i l I ,.1i aild
at.d white A sofl e:iiln*e t f 'o l c,|,fI.
a stfna Iilled liu ur.ilntlyr vth Ill, i litin.
several etialro. i tintl... a .., <.l'r'ully
equillq',r-l dtlk. ,,11 ~ tile i r,-t-. 1, triop
IIl ht. nar at yitur dl(II| |al ia to't n
rIlnonicl'it to ilmilre tile I.;;oic~ n ;Ir,0
rtcbliins and th l hansltIsi. w Ihb are
eiluloro-idld with dro-ilii:Ug uibtiarIa In
faint grro.n An n trrI. 'mrtfi fre.
with a gp-nnilne n:llntcl. l,v.lt' non air of
spallclarneti to the rnoill Y'.U notk.e
that your gowns buav Ie-iio ung Inl
one cloeat anid your blk,4*.* In lroottr
and that nboes. sllpbp*ri. unlornlla. etc..
hare bern carefully stowed away to
place protvihdd fur tbeult
Tb. third day out. If tle weonther It
ne, Is the social beiriht o f ih trip
Tbn ablp's types are by tbls timw all
fully developed. The Irldge Bends
bare become known to o'uch ,ttber. and
tbey never leave their gatno, except for
Ieals Tbere Is the u I;il toutiOisgat
that eacrb mornmlnga 4iss t urouond t
tel you bow early tbey were ou deck
YToo hare stoid at the Iew and
watched the wcbools of dollhlus jump-
tg straight for the ship. you have
roubed excitedly to the rail to watcb a
passing steaer with which your res-
el zcblang~ slutte by ruuulng up
lanumerable little airs. and you bare
marveled at the land birds that al-
ways follow the ship arc s.L and ier-
bap. you ask the steward to set out
some fresh water and a plate of
crumbs for them.
If you enjoy spontaneous vaudeville
the bour in the shblp's *yuniiua.lum will
be your regular revnezvous every
morning, and aslde from the fun which
you will bare In watching the others
perforr unarccurto frisky camel. the bnItrli il hriie or with
the ribrator- you %iII reo.lvre dllrect
tc'nefit from the ezxor-i'4-i-, swihic are
the bent thing to Im' rc',riiint.rttded for
the mnintcna;nce of s.e Igt.-llurrlet
Quinity In In sdlie"'' \Vc"kly

A Glass *f Capri Wine and a Statue
That Nodded.
The li:tt I \ I. .Aidel-i two' lilati r-it.
A :. o l.1' 0 o 1rf I I. 1 JI : -t 4 IllJl)ll4 4 f -
Im s-i fact. li". I r i\ r 'r t Io*.ir -tw ;

l. .I t .t 1 I*?,t l I r o e :l t I i, '* I

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Irmoic -.1ii edl oith It hemDio
i..~ '04~rc',oc'Ito'. it vitatur. anod. lo~
i. ~oi'i jrs 0t :% .t %a rd us!
10A ):d ccU Mbtv ItIhat staItueC tcw
I. to lilt
'1to rt.di1)3' t1ld.* said 1.
'%%*t-...' t.1d he. 'l'wu going lbok
lIt jjcI.L ;strie tu 1Ateed Lfure I get'
iz, It's tlMai cotloiund.ed Calil sin
w.c :p ;Av4sa'oiof oUrbt'llc'. back
r e-5 PI:it1 I-ielakt-d up to twd. But
Ircti1..?. -ttaihe o'it-t morning both
11 ,4 %*:.1 1: tc1 1 P IIIear zisigly fresh c
bi'ri j ~r e19.l-liltion iof the' WA
I of. sc .Iij r Wl s oc 'iuld liit u 0il4rtbt

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A ModIal cf f lood.

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at.it It 1! ,0'.' U olI i., c I..ii.. Iu, f r ~ c' iIm
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1'1,e It, o ps k] f lr s:*r I
I..i dit Iis J frit" r IUIt-4.1. The stflusge
ujodail it irar.efrd 1-y ktageserai'
e t'ctnids a Lts.
True d~gsiily Is Dorf elgirod htoy
golace and anver Inst wbra Lsovnurs are


sOate ooes:
Governor-A. W. Olchrist. Talle-
secretary of State-H. Clay Craw-
ford, Tallabasse.
Comptroller-A C. Croom. Tall-
hba. e-e.
lTnraurer-W. V. Knott. Tallabas-

Attorney G -neral-Park M. Tram-
mell. Tallahaabee.
Commni-lmoner of Agriculture-- E.
tcl.iin. Tal;ahar.~s
8upt. of Public nstruction-Wmt. M.
Holloway. Tallahas bste.
I'r-.<1id'ltit of the1 Se,'ate.- r .. Iiud
rili. AlMianil.

County Offters:
Clerk and Auditor-i. H. Wienges.
;anne--, ille.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L
Kelley. Gainesville.
Sheriff P. G. Ramsey. Ganlasville.
County Judge-H. O. Mason. Galnes-

Tax Asseasor-W. W. Colsoi. Galnel
Tax Collector-W. I Dickleasam
Treaurr-J. I. Matbeooe. Gne-
Supervior Rls-tratio-J. C. Mo
Grew. Gainesville.
County Commisasoners--Jon O.
Dampler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
Townsend. Campvlle; J. W. May.
Archer: Chas. W. Summers. Trenton;
O. P. Cannon, Gainestlle.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks, Chairman. Hawthor; J. W.
Moody, LaCrosse; 0 W. Miller,
Iat o ,--trH. H. MeCr1-y.
Members Homee-Syd L Carter,
Gainesville; T. A. Doke, Santa f.

City Oioersa:
Mlayor--loratio Davis.
Marshal-It. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurr -- J. Maxcy DIll
City Attornemy -W. S. Broomc.
lloard of Aldirmin-T. Shand..
Pro.l.l nt; Geo. K. Itroome. S J. IBur
i'tt. E. E.. Cal'i:rin. I1 S. GIrjA.%. S
'1 ;I ",I n. I. Vi ali
lo:irl if ,1utr0,0c \\Vorks--il. l: Tav.
,,r hairnmin: \V \V. Hamptonn. ,-,r*.
t.rv. 11 F. lm m, E. J. Ilatird. .1 I 1


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''It t' g~ Ir1'ttv 'lainokg4':idtnt''-f'e~r t~lt
: i..,. ke *;' !:e bcriat I.. be had aittli~l.

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Grihem SliIagmt MtOM S e t
Il Phme SI1. Alme Leag DOtrnes

Oices Io Graham Building, over
Saunders & Earle's store. Phboe
No. 3;4.

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CMWvetIH !ausas bfst
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GAINES VILLS, MAlushe09... M&.
O~MWO InHaymamsink.

GAmemsvn 0a0 VuAMO~k

COasasU ellfou prepsuG, (w

And Solilshr Ia in 4M

ges' Eossao, Cos6eaassiasawd emi
OM) Prsetiee. All business prommee
aSooded so. OgIeo next door to



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Practice In

all Courts.

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iof tt'# '. I.&t ard Tre' ti .eicr
mI l.rt \e. 'U. 0 Ls 1 1. 1.044

We Ask You

to take Cardul. for your female
troubles, because we are sre It
t:il help you. Remember that
ths great female remody-

has brought relied to thouandb of
otter ,.ck women. so why not to
yu ? For headach. backache.
periodical pain female weak-
De.s. many have said It I "the
bet medicleo to take." Try it I
oiMd tI Ta C"y n

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The Dollar That Can't

Be Spent

By Herbert Kaufa

Every dollar spent in advertising is net

only a seed dollar which mrew a Pro for the

merchant but is actually retained by him even

after he has paid it t the publisher.

Advertising creates a d will worth the

cost of the publicity.

It actually cost seeing. While it mse

funds it does not e ethm up. It helps the

founder of a buines to grow rich and at the

same time kep his busine from not dying

when heA does

I eliminates he persal equate. Itper

petuates confidence ir the stre and makes It

posiblk fr a merchant withdraw from ku

mess without having the pr i of the buslam

withdraw f hir It change a ame to

an intitutis-m intitution that will M roIW

after the death of its buildr.

It is really an insurance plic which cost

unhing--pas a premium each year instead of

calling for one, and renders it poible to

change the entire personnel of a busins

without disturbing its prosperity.

Advertising renders the busies stronger

than the man-independent of his presence. It

permanentizes systems of merchandising, the

track of which is left for others to follow.

A business which is not advertised must

rely upon the personality of its proprietor, and

personality in business is a decreasing factor.

The public does not want to know the man who

owns the store-it isn't interested in him, but

in hi3 goods. When an unadvertised business

is sold it is only worth as much as its stock of

There is no good will to

i. I"j'i lor-irt oes not exist-it has not been
'r ..'. The name over the door means noth-
ir;ar ':cpi)t to the limited stream of people
f.... t;ic immediate neighborhood, any of
; I;n could tell you more about some store
tLI miles away which has regularly delivered
i. ~!ihop n:ws to their breakfast tables.

It is as shortsighted for a man to build a
business which dies with his death or ceases
with his inaction as it is unfair for him not
to provide for the continuance of its income to
his family.
i_'pylght, 10. bO, by Trtbuae Compaay. CLIeWe.)
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One of today's want ads. may be hunting you ranack
ing the city for you. It may have a message for you of argent
personal importance one that, when you get it, and heed
it, mny change the imm.ediate currents of your activities, of
your ,iterertsi may even place around and about you new
euvironilents, inew associates; may give vou an entirely new
btiart ih a bItJUlli-eS way.
Isn't it worth while to try to find out whether thi may
r.ot be true today, tomorrow, or very sooof

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I'D ,I I It,.' 'U [I r I, I I( ii u
imp. ille to 1.r,,lf ro-

Phone 165. Ft. T. Ik.fer. Prop

Advertise in THE SUN

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Or o4hbiolavebe ?Pae

Tbh Ony Bakfi Powder

Iqml Gemp. Ckm .1 Tavern
-mad. f~r CIw-

hein of b qn~ b~bmake the
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in"ilm o uam ofaammt
.o Ml l W.L b -,

Ii kit imebrl JMt reeelved.
gluikn & Ols.
am -a to of tlat talltod
eIh ho I im et r.. a
Plo W r I dam wl @ ana
Sd C Mh d at te ag. Prist Cas
n1w. IL I. NL mN of Arber mw
M the veB0is t te iety yeste-

MI't h tll o -s-- th Secial
ale ,oem at t0 Magmet C as

Mra. B. Heater of hritaMo was
e tnh city yesterday a a aoppn

peulal sa a shea A for today at
e Magnet Cash tore. Don't fall
to take advantage of It
W. T. Rives ad little son. W. T..
Jr., of Alachua. were among the via-
ttors to the city yesterday.
J. W. Hodge of Alachua was a visi-
tor to the city yesterday He is one
of the farmers of that section.
Get your fruit and vegetables from
the Itig Banana Hnoure of N. Fraucisco
today. Free delivery Phone 223:
Plank's Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
cure chills. fever. colds and lagrippe
Price 2c. Sold by W. M. Jaotson.
W H. Iickscon. member of the
frrm of Chrisatilau liPckwou Co. Mc-
liitoah. was anioulg he business ali
Itors to the cit) ),ecterdas
E K. Poster. Jr was a visitur to
Gainesaillle yesterday Tht. was. his
fBrt l sit here In a number of )years
and his mansay frie.id erre- gladu to
aKain nlet l hint

Jesse M. Shaw of
the old substantial
section was among
ihe city yesterday .

Alachua. one of
citizens of that
the visitors to

You tunti No Risk-8H-ln if. Ilue-
lttilli; ,.iillu :and you are ce-'rtaino of
..-ttii K the b'--t extract that I:oint y
and \.tl-ieut,0 can Iroduct.
ol,,n rt Kite- of i near Waldo wa>
. '. i-;, r to Ille' clit sr.-t*erday 114,
san i'lc route to VWorthinKlgou Springz
uad will .sl.eid a short while thi r>
% lj tilgIK lila- a.tld ll. Ir
L II Hall of OralIt' IIigIhtl-. oule
of the rteprse llativ. vitize.-. of, thif
kEart Kid., was aincoKg tIhea .iirs. to,
the city ~cterdau liH I made- a Jil-a-
.aint (c.ll at this >oftfl'.
E It 1I Kit- (if O()ruiiK. I'i-ght.i
wat amltiong thi' 'i iJtrr a L IthIn (.it
. e -tr-rda Ih. -tato'- lahatl *'*(taibh'
are* Inea OigK %a r' r.liidl? fromt Ll
pluc i l: i r-- inol r:) I sIIIt II: .11 1 .I m sa l i4 I p1' .I
tai-e, Ill la lrerWa- l, -
It.-' T I' lla. and awi I. ft a a

His% Yttor Pufwitka Trlii-% Kit Io lot.
TIl= WILL uIS M ST STUERS ta rI- a.fi aak ha~aatc
Mouikrr terfdb a%werg Plie icfr. eN I aW -.arai-roettacl~t tict- ra-uhlar Ila ai, ,init a!Sau
a aCert-a10If a e4lat I.-r Virtoira '4cm'-. lias 16. 1be A t jS C ila a II -1 % 10-1 I-% i'. a ald % 1ll 14.ie s tol
11. "-aIsatr.. Tert'-ua. Ii
rodul~t te i pp the owe ul dv~lreua i-Csa a T164 wei""it lair I halit e i, I-t %Ca 1 .&%c.,.-
tweak up come.tin 14 h-a-ur% The) aMe- 'M l'6r)w a l. fl'li- I .-;dIa lt li t, tic aeca111 ('11.
ast tIlt ib.almC aatd lari.tul. A ualla IcIhlrru
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Mr G ritts. O onit, Y
write. s M) little girl a.S greetl>
bkneffaed b) taking Yoley's Ovito
i I It, I I t Lu I I. the
remedy for conalp ton and ll lher
trouble I i ol.e's Orllo Laiatie i d
neatly fr iwn and children, ai It
is mildr pleaaitt ad Oneeotv. N. Y
Ssplesdid rb) ting modice. as it
elxtans lu sysi, an d aIt r the

eb*amt fur un nd cllrnum a t
a plm Jld W.r*g *aM4les&C. aa i
elara-e* I wyu ac-n clear tc
Wftleslaa J W MeColham Co.

pi"*i lett

% ..k*- Pri-'i lent

C. A. FAIk'rc)TH,


Whit $1 'WIN ty at erseys Teday.
20 pouds beet granulated sugar S1.
20 pounds good white rice $1
10 large cans tomatoes S1.
12 cans good corn $1.
.311 Iars best launlmlr ml, I 1

Thl, Tios.tmater ''
IkN 't fail to ordTerl n\' Illlou d-:ian-
of '.'C< onffer' for :*('..< Ito i Saui ndleir
& Earle tolaR.
The lIonal T.nl-ni'rannt(c lLegion will
met at the re.dilig rnoom this aft.-r
l,.0 o11 .i l :, '. ,',4 k
For Sia ()! Oi. .:idr' e- ilnt,
'ar.. d(l t -' (tl.d l.t ;i ii pui, i audi
'ioa '.':. to .**I 1 ait.0 .1(h. .1 1 1? at
'h.. itrown ll on ll -
('. 1) i'. i. c it II .li.; r o
:la' Ih, lltta in l'hlci.> ia:e' (',:II cII ar
A'it d Ill th, ll t' a .-t r, ia> an a,
-ha.rt !Piit to i, i- tirl .%il-- ;.tth
Ie .Ints.
('otrawet %oiur 'ihnone with up today)
f..r that Sunlday order. We (an all p-
i'ly you with just what is wanted in
vegetables. meats and groceries. J
G. Harrold.
Capt. A. Paul of the U. S. land
office has gone to Pensacola. where
he will be absent for the next wnv-
eral days on business connected with
the Government lands.
T. M. Kincald. one of the extenshi'
mnerchants of Newberry. was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. He'
came to attend the funeral services
of the late J. O. LaFontlee.
P. M. Colson left yesterday for
Trenton. This is his first visit to
that section in over three years and
.we will spend several days there
vltilng relatives and friends.
M. W. Hogan. agent of the Sea-
board at Waldo. was In the city yes-
terday. having been summoned here
m account of the funeral of J. O.
LaFootisee. Mrs. Hogan accompanied
E. D. Abernathy of Graham was
transacting business I the city yes-
terday. He ormerly conducted a
large sawmll at that place but s
now engaged nl te naval stores busl-
Dr. H. L Montgomery of Micanopy
was among the visitors to the city
yeaterdWay He accompanied C. E.
lelton and N. A. McCredle. who came
up in Mr. Meltoias machine. making
:he trip in a very short while.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
djoining square. formerly occupied
by W. L Learande; city water, elc-
trnc lights. sewerae. bath. and all
modernn conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
R. H. McCreary or Sun offce.
L. V. Polk of Hague was among
the farmers vlsitin g Galues. ille ye.
,.rday Mr Polk states that the
rtiel+ look tfli, :,nd that e-t.er thing
!. KroTwinx ltfast ownllli toe the t ine iea
4ni. tic.- jla ta,.r h ti h a hid foir thi
.:t.s i-'. ran l a k-
li-.i 'I thei r. F Il iuli: t l,.irti- '*!
'I hursda ftor S .irt -i. .r., ; S C
.ttel -id tAht n tu.li. A.t1 nti a<. S- ;(.a %I..
.Ia" c-t.li al ;t t t'Iona r-n ',ll*a ,,
\Vhilh- Ihl re s- .' i w ill tI, a l ago.* oC
in r .aunt. Mr-. \\ .1 liiz<, I anl .-c-
tar. .Mi--. IBoaala I 'dri.'k
It hbi -. cen delcd,.d to hiold thI- \W
'1 I I Art l:\llhat oai>,l- this at
;o la,,iil aa.ld ticlll il i iard'ear tla.it al

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I t'lla l ( t I-t 1J il t l I |il K, K 'ali0 l.l
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*-0ill t< aill I,. .lk, 1 tlc, l,, r i

$2 I1.4w Hf.IAMN

United States, State, County and City Depository

We ae Tw Sites if Nice Offices For Rent i aOur Bildi.
Northwest Ciuer of the Sqare.


. NW I uM I %Woi




FOR RENT-Furnishtd cottage for
the summer Apply at ;01 N. Unl-
versity street.

IOR RENT -Three furnished or un-
furnished rooms; electric lights, hot
and cold baths. Apply at Sun office.
FOR RENT-One slx-room and two
five room cottages in Sooth Gaines-
ville. Apply to Coln Pactory office.

FOR RENT-Five-room cottage on
block mnet to square; city water.
electric light,. bath om and all
modern eoaveniem. Apply at this

Masonic street. nice six-room cot-
tage; pklnty room for garden. chick-
ens and Jersey. Apply to 311 8S
universityy street.


FOR SALE Nice grey mare. 16 bands
high; got to sell. J. t. Mixhon. City

FOR SALE Pair of good mules and
wagon. Apply to Jeff Simon. In
front of Dutton's Bank.

WANTED) M.In to lI-arn barht r trade.
few .ceks required; lm-tt lpayin
So"rk w itiinll the' r.:it h oWf JI r Miu :
S;:nt la ah,,p sith .nvill < capital;
w.(>;'*- n.-i .1* to S *11, w. -kl won
I rfi:l d(l-in .: 1 foir t,,.'- rs Cata
l.,,ii,. l nailed fre.c. M hltr liarber
(',IIl< A .\til.a 1 a ;IGa

The T''o:.- tnia,-t.r
A little, want ad. alll accompli.b
tig rs.ult-
\\' Ii Aiud r-i il J'l'iaa l-i n ri i an i

i i I tarl kearag-t ibl i i ,. I. ', i li
.li liic tHi.' l r, lt .-, i Vtii Lii- ,
a li -'*l runn; a , ta .1 i ti l I \ t, ', I
linr.1i tth.* -; 1n 11 \. nr.ain w oubt
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At y Attrav Prices
$.>,< i d D Iade County l. Fla. 41' i' r
cent due 1921 at 1"3'.
$14.I44I l)taval 'Couilt.% ..0 -r .. t ( nt
due 1.12-:.:' at % li

1921 at Itll.
$6.*oMI High Slrings 6
at I'>).
$1o.,lm) Jackson\ille ;
at 109%.
$11.3o0 Jacksonville 5
at 112%.
$10.0oo Lake City 5
1935 at 101.

al L tll it AiUt

iwr ctnt 1. 21

per cent 11*24

per cent 1936

per cent due

$8.,00 Jax. electric Co. 5 per cent
1927 at 9s%.
$2.300 Monsrw County. Fla.. per
Cent due 1910-25 at 97%.
(Accrued Interest to be added.,
We have for sale all the leaJing
bank stocks throughout the State
Ask for quotations and general infor-
Stock of the Consolidated Naval
Stores Co. pays 5 per cent every six
months. We have 50 shares for sale
at $140 a share. This company capi-
talized at $2.,00.000. has a surplus of
Wire us your orders.

mWEUl a Er s
Mutual Life Building
Long Distance Phone No. 32.2.

The awake paro reads the want
ads. every day-and asawers some al-
rUost as often

The ritle Question


A- you11 11 49! tlilt- 11111iin --r

tlic ir tithI :. :-iIl W itli
t( f 811. afrill t
tlialt fer llii e\ 'i-=,- r-
fti- tt l4 i\ n1 .\1.-
sltr;'a t tcf 'ithl. S<,l,
for ofir EI'lE: I<,klet
'h'li', Title ( i2 e-..
tiai,." Nhe are sm I d
u they who wid t se.
\\' havet 1 (li t ilif ,irti.;l-


( iaiIit,-%\ I:. -i ". a ,r, i.,

tional Bank


Established Over Twenty Years
Capital, $100,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00

....We Solicit Your Business....

jam. U. ralcm, pu.
L. Now,. Vihw~n

H. k. Taior, C-mhir
La sa au Ata fOW tT


Te "FTeastmiter."
lapnaans egs for hatchlng $1 for
15. C. J. Miooe, City.
C. P. Jeekles of Citra was a via
or to the city yesterday.
We will sel Ave poundcana of 25<
coaee for tic today. Saunders 4
Co. Hoery 8. Chbb bas returned
from a aort buses trip to Jack-
Mrs. H. C. Waldrou a Grove Park
was am-e the aopper viilag the
ity yesterday.
Star -e case to open and
sae small asise. Better 'phone ut
now. aunders & Earle.
PorMas btchered and Georgia
toek-staW ed beef. Chole. tender
and swet. G. Harrold.
Baby won't safer Ave minutes with
erop if you apply Dr. Tomas' Elee
tried OU t aoce. It acts like magic.
J. A. McDonald. president of the
Bask of Bay Blcayne at Miami. I,
among the proemient arrivals In the
oL. C Matheo let yesterday
for Palatka. where he went to attend
a meetlag of the Prebytery of Su-
walne. I

Your Opportunity!

Save iairt of your incomelli rt'eglarly uiil d.-
posit your tavillgi in tlis as trollng laik-olir.
of the great tiuancial illtitutioii of, Florida.
Your money will be earnlilg 4 per cent inter.
wt for you-working while you work, but
aWo while you rt. : : : :





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