Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01642
 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 20, 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: VID01642
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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Report of Murder of American issioarles Con-

flred--Persection of Chrstans.

CONSTANTINO.PLE. April 1* ; and nie-diline. and h;ve sent an ap-
Turkey is aflame iin Ito0h .iS'- f ie'-a:tl to th." military authorities for
the Ilosphorus Aiiti-hri-tiain t.lii;. pront ,t n Adana I1- .till hurnitinr
in Asia Miucr i Iipr atlinig The '.In land it is r'ieprt,"d that not I,'s. than
ulmnians are. i-r ',( *i: t: ('!:Tir : '::. I< Iic-r.on.- are honerle.-s at Tarsu-.
without dl-triuiination-hlt t .. ir -
hatred is dlrrcte.d plrincilleill- :a ,ii. -r Situation Improved.
the Arn.nlians -l-oting and ImII.uII: \.VAil(G;TO(N. April I Th. State-
th.eir honie, anl pIutting t i t !.. r nt yesterday re a
1 !.;trtiirnl it starday rn l f i a
nsword. The- Tirki-h govreri, lii I
., -aid it a1 d ,:ii ll it c ',! ti t ,, i.1;': i .a
'd t .-t(atilinpiltc. stating that the situ-
tainii rder. hut it is doubtful if thi- a':, ;at Ar!t was reirtcd to th in
outithrst of racial passion can be sub- prle The two Americans kille
dueid at ronce at d during the we*.,': e* r
further news of rioting and masnsacr., *-' a dMrer ad Roger but
can ci the anliba-ador ias not )vt learln-d
can tw xiP-rt,-d The situation illn .. .. t

Asia Minor i.s quiti- di-tinct from the"
political turmoil that Inladed Euro
iesan Turk,.' last wee-k The former
Is radical and religious and bears a
strong repemrblncel .'to the appalling
Armenian massacre- of ten years ago
The latter is an outcome of Turkish
efforts s at Iiouilar constitutional ge.-
Confirmation has been received here'
of the killing of two American mis-
t.ina ri,.i at Ade A ..' T.h. Iurd d's

ai U'lIeta s.
The de,-artment has called Mr
i*r iliali exlipre sing anliet) on ac-
count of the many American mission-
aries and teachers in Turkey. and In-
quiring whether warships are being
sent to Mirsina. or other danger
points to protect the lives of foreign-
'rs. including Americans
The ambassador has twen Informed
also by the d.iepartlmeit that It would
oblvlously take too long for American

., ......... at, ,.- I m ,.,.. ,. sels to arrive at those points even
llisesionaries 'c.re- .eIr Rogers and
r R s a if it i ere desirable to send them to
MSr .Maurer Thi others connected afford refuge and assistance if neces-
with the missoins are- safe including ar
Mr ('hristle. *ho is at Tarsus.
Three French uarshiis are hurling Fighting in Adana.
to Mersina where the itutatioln is IEIRI'T. SYRIA. April 1!*-A te.r-
desi-perate F'orign i-r a' d n ani rihle Illprisinmg has c, orred in Adana
Christian- h ile taken-i refuge in the Street fighting has IN-en going on for
eonsulattes. The loc-al trolp- and he there day. at least 1. 'm is-rsols ha%-
K i(mIrnor are, doinl their I.s-t to pro.- linl. I,-eli kll' d Th.e (It t-v: Ihe ",
'-rt the- tO.I. but ther- i.s im re real irac: t in- 1 tI d, -tt el h\ fir. .%i, ii
ir tIhat it (':t!ca ict 1hol< 1 out IIuc) 'l can nli--il, iarli s namen d lir, 'Tr I :Iuit
I iger a aiil-t tin, il ia-itn of ihi Mauire.r. t .e latter frnioii larjinI art
.sleni-. Ahi) ;tia,- s. 'wpitig lown in dead All othvr Americans are' safe.
.t 1g1e :ll e-r-rii r eh- ni ric.niail \ ( lhe. I t i-1 \ t o- ( utl:-e l I i ;llll t'.

I ~iiti Il t Mr- i eeia'eel tee- 1)la e~

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Daughters American Rev-

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Auction ale of Past Week Has Put
a Move on City Property.
Parties Re-soll.

Real estate has been more acttl%.
In Ga(;ies Ille during the past fte days
than for many months. due largely
to the auction sale of city lt. inlautgu.
ratcld la.-t Thursday.
From their l umnwr of lots sold. some-
tw'nt) fit' ha\ changed hands since
the salt. and the pIarti~e hae all
made' P gxd roft.- on their transac-
There Is a great amount of work
in 'onleniplation for the coming sunm-
nrer, and a nuniln'r of contracts have
already tbe-n let for residences and
bu.iell-s.. hul sr.-,.
(aine'sille Iprolerty is as good as
gold honds and outsiders find it to
their advantage- to purchase. as they
c'an ea-'il double the invv~tment with-
in a short ahile-
Following is a partial list of the
changes for Friday and Saturday. as
:aken from the books In the record.
e'r's office:
'. H Holdridge to J. 1. Albritton;
W. IH. Holdridge to John Willianml.
.. L Albritton to John Williamsn .1
\' Patton to G K. lroonie; t H.
('olson to L.. I Ilrooks. J E. lHaInes-
worth to I. V. Polk: J. N Kirkland
to 1L V. Polk; It R. Colsonl and .1
If Hodge- to E. I T:iornley); C. F
(;Iwxlman to Iave' Johnson; Colson
& Hodges to A. '. Itlair; Colson &
iHldgeK- to E. l, iWtson: Colsoln &
II.liie-- to W. II Mathews: l.ila .Mor
,'is to .lames ('ellon. P ( Rani '. It
lDuttoin tank; J. It Hall to Janl.'
W\ardi>-n: T. J Sweariiniein to IeIs-k
& Iltudding.r. .M I' IPhk to, T It
Iulddlligll -r. S A .,;tck-, n a, gaari"'ia;i
toi 'ha- linkilrk n. 11 P' I..L il.e te .1
It t:l4ill. ('. l.- l &l Il eI It (1i T It
Stlu'lll f. l, e ,,w ('>l-. i & A- hifui.- 1t.
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Work hCboty

tes t Cewtmo utwo k

Were CWvm Cd.

TALLAHASSEE. April 19.-The Florida, a amended by Chapter 7,
recommendation in Governor Gil- Acts of 1907. relating to labor of -s-
christ's message to the Legislature ty convicta. be. aS the eo Iis bie
that a law be passed requlring the by amended so as to r ad as dows:
hoards of county commissioners when "O410. County Coviet May Be
leasing out county prisoners to make Put to Labor-The Board of Cousty
such leases under such rules, regula- Commissioners of each oa-ty' ay
tons and supervision as may be pre- employ all persons Imprsomed tohe
scribed by the Commissioner of Agri- jals of their respective coatles under
culture, with the approval of the sentence upon convieUlo of crime, or
Hioard of 'omnuiiloners of State In- for faIlure to pay a Mw sad n t ta
-rtitutlols. has been Incorporated into posed upon corvictlon of arime, at
hill which the Governor and hib bor upon the streets of tinrporl
Irahinet have fthnmltted for the con- cittle and towns, or upat rea, -a
siderathiqn of the legislature The public works aI toe seIveal e~J
Iill also provides that county prison- where they ae so lIprisemed; r tw
ern can only be leased to be kept and said boards ay, La the dislrel,
worked In the county where they have hire out sch prisoners, to e ket
een convicted. Iloth of the proposed and worked only ,7 thll the eeuM It
changes In the present law are de- which they are Impr tdoo. eir
signed to bring about reforms In the such rules. regulatlons and -nsup
care and treatment of county convicts, sioo as may be prescribed by the O.
The records show that practically ill aissioner of Agriculture, with te ad-
the abueise upon convicts In Florida vice and approval of the board ao
in recent years have been in county Commissaloers of State Iutle-a,
conflict camps The State camps man- na which case proceeds arielg fro
aged by the Commissioner of Agricul- such contracts sball be pM lte th
ture. under the supervision of the county treasury. Plue .d, that be-
Ituard of Commissioners of State In- fore hirin. leasing or letteu*g
.*titutions. have been free from scan- such prisoners, the aad bears -shll
dal and criticism. advertise for at least thirty days I
The proload new law Is as follows: one or more newspapers pubised In
"A hill to be entitled an act to the county. their Intetion to isie,.
amend Section 4109 of the General hire. or let the said prisomer thes
Statutes of the State of Florida relat- by giving those who desire to bid for
inC to labor of county convicts, as such prisoners an opportunity to be
",iliided by Chapter 5705. Acts of ,resent either in person or by at-
1!,*,i 'torney and submit their respectve
"le It enacted by the egslature hbids therefore.
f the' State, of Florida: 1 "Sec 2. That this act shall take
"Se'cticln 1 That Section 4109 of effect immediately upon Its passag
the (;nieratl Statute's of the State of and approval by the Governor."

Father Attempts to Kidnap

Son on Streets of Tampa

1 \';I' \, r.l l \ -. i .-it.i wA l),tile. (c itint who is here' on a visit.

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w. thie firl to rach \Wilbelmn who.
.aiter s.mle re'-i-stance. gavcl up the
i-e 'lies 'ai- re-tureid-il to his nmolthler
I \r m:d Mrs \\fllihlni ha,,e I-en
-' irat;. fer n iidalout three-' nic iths.
le 'a wI!e- lialing It i! fr diomrl.e on
S :" .1lle-gld crue-ll on the part
eef her hiial-ialin

Death of An Old Conftd.
.e- '. IaU- rt Ce.-'(I h-ere Monday) of
i i.. i .if t Iil \t \ lii K ieli hlt k of .Martin
I '' l .1 I,0 1, i e IIII Ills se-m (i fifth
, I II-. te ('e1 '* ci t it i le t, eteruil
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fr. ct e*e- want ads In today's Sua

Merchant's Body Exhumed

in Effort to Secure Clue

Horrible Death of Aged


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ift IL AmgMt lisen ComeisrateM
Ve esm L SInesg _nd

CpL. A. .L MlO nuder date o
al 14 al, d d the Ioowla
w te ..eaeI.ves. Carter mm
3W" at re..... -:
EmafT. A.De mda yd4 LCarter.
"Iane e taepnsetatlvea.

"my Dr olw e-hre seems hbat
am am h0110 e0Present Leg

9d th pMm pumd law for the
dh ftar. w Tenr, Sr.
we sS eiaest ftp etaoove pri-

U d oa Ibo r taet rowrsts
se if edt fPis i wher entirety.
e ims 3mi b eIlanerm .
IIM, itm In l aylr imd t1
on w- mrel doid eitbhe
o h por sb es fnO our. we, Mr.
IN, dse Ien r a If w wean

1 tso ose e :, wite, oney ta
lm-ae a epela- t e -
ft ain,*. : "inm60 that

IV asr rit am nto is e
so am du@ mmon ue ws V~,N

S -4 M I nI be e1d to tI eMo
n- e"l*~sho NO IW m s blea
1a eM =t1 "etmIe I desire

w emlo af Ah nes as wel las es
if td fIrkds in tredsse on veur
Albh hed be s baWI preteetlng
- a. emrtlhment o the am st
hiWlll dmVL. The vetram at even
Giniy --as ere"gif
a Sme 4d0elemer ai the twmsury is
e p oset mum ao men-payment for
se qiuarr Ju past. Now this de.
me WsheI be made up from some
Ober of de State's reemrees. I know
SM I Vein these ntimet of every
id veteran wihe I sugg that the
1Bety8 per get f the white man's
Um y fWr taxes which Is applied to
Me edmeanas of a worthless negro
ee coMdM be much more worthily be-
ewe1d pOeN the pension fund for our
ol soldiers. I have always been op-
pend to the use of white money to
ed0uate the negro. especially as the'

is q

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htly over the frsh sod. while tol
l wlta the plow. au If he be a man
of education ad business competence.
so leger Is any posltlon open to him.
Anm *lpp9etlr-- for clerical, mercan-
Ue or railroad work is met with that
stereotyped answer of an Injust and
cruel custom, nt w:: 'Old Man. go
bome, you are too old.' I saw In a
recent paper that ao old veteran not
long since. after receiving such an
answer. went home. took his gun and
blew out his brains. He left a short
note. It read thus: Thoroughly
competent to 11 a position. and with
sufficient health atid btriength left.
my country denies to me the right to)
live. The inexorabld cu.torm. not law.
of an age limit has signed my death
warra.it. I di,. in obtdie-nce to it
dec rw.'
"Will our people .it usupinely bt
and see our iegir.lators and law ni:nk
ers enact and sustain laws that t:t\

sanaeta of the last forty y, ar., gio ; then to educate the negro at thi.r* x-
peve that be has only made ue of it. pwn1se of atar\ation to those grand old
bIth as a political and a do jnttic mia'n ho,-i I)ltnj rll n In ti mIir \. '-'"
stick, to break our own h.ad. wtl'h. I think not
I o every election in thce jpakt as A ll 11 -lgislatIor. l )i <,'i a a *r It!:nk
aa the present. where' do. u thie negro .r it tl.at. trlt.i \t,'r- h .' i ,,, .
preacher and racial d r:cenerfi U .-tailld \ te r; in kw l, I 'o ti I Iit:. ('.;if,

Always op the side- of t!h,* il,;at nto-
bltterly opposed to ery irtelre,..t ,of
the white people of the S.outh
"A few years back I kmnw i srmonal-
ly of a coummuunit. in ) h1ch thei l iit,'
school was refused a te-a clhr at (.;;
per months because there were not
quite enough white. children to make
up a certain a -eraxe' attendance.
while within thr-.e-qiuartetrs of a Inil'-
two negro schools were flourishing
with an allowance of $1'.O iw.r month
to its negro teach er. The white oIw-
pie were paying, and still are paying
niaety per cent of the school fund
ax, the negro ten per cent. The*
benit derived can be divided in the*
eae proportion. reversed-the whites
receive ten per cent bclnefilt. the' no
r ninety per cent.

"I am not suftciently versed in the'
doetrln of State Rights. but certain-
ly Oa Legislature could and ahuulh.
wa legilate that so much of our nine.
ly per east as should be necessary
r white education be so applied, and
balalue converted to the payment
the penalons of the grand old
ederate veteran When the toc
of war flrst sounded in 1h61. he
farewell to hil family. shouldered
gun. and went to the front I ''.on
snow-hlad Ihill, ofr li'rKila ar,
oel as of other State.'. front th
OILonut to A|pi t loga Ia a 1 i.11 itill
may a niilht lha- t. e'.'lti la.I1
lverc d in tIrhel iatr ll.t-l a- lh
Ai d oai pir'kei o t,- Ii 1 ..1" '
t. the" fate' oft lhl .arlt ea, I Mh..
fety he' k'it I guari .+il, Sl la d,
udAut ujCpn hij- liauli .1
elit). and wbhen Ith* l i i ; ei
would cloth.' lthe r.I hlill .Jid
.14da with luxurlaltt clse.'r and
gralm, he would battle theu
his be t blood turning lhe. green
lrd. Now the old maIa's foot sltp
Stmbllag upoa the brik of the
w*e so lugerl cau hL. ii.0U along

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*:ti- a!.l or e\ .-r u ill ;ili\ '
T .h,'I i t s I I Is I t '> l I i
S Is I lh \, ur wM il l'kI .11.- \, ,
"*l ft ;a l | !. r: 1r 1 t 1. 1* ,, 1 i i 1 .

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,uII(t a f' ,t i .- rii. e .it, i tr1 l r :.

oih rr. w ill hat\, ;.i>-,il n,+r, l.> tron
lut h, w ill li lh t h r.. r i l.
* nilru lin iii. t ( of p: rnil,-nl o( i 'ri-.,
and il d-%iol ln t, hi. <,c iiuntri
'e.t trul\ olurs.

Chikir.t- e-rpel-cially like Ke.neiit.dl'i
laxati\ C'ough Sirup. as It tatce-
nearly as good as 1uaple, sugar. It not
only heals irritation and alla)s ini
flantrnatonl. thereb-y stopping the coulgh
but it also moves' the bowels ce-ntl)
and In that way drives the cold from
the system. It contains no opiate s
Sold by all druggists.

A Slander.
Every time a ilrl iwaxir ti flal M ti',.
thing In bher t' .p .are'.:t'i lrautr 0l.h
ets a stick andi ltrr .\ etri'it' 'll 1ta t'hi
Irawr round ridl r itiid itf !
i, leokliui foer dl -- i't .:Ine. l i I t.' iir
fauce. the'ii tle I-.P -.1tl-l, d it IA i .. I.
.itchllii 4..,*!**,

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Eminent Authorities Say
That out-doa.r .'xtrelis. is n.-.d-'d by
the Americaff people.. That's all \-ery
well. but how can I-ropIl' with rh-'unia-
tism follow that adirel',? The an.~.t-r
ia very siWolt. u'e' hiallard'c, Snow
I.i'lllrie't ;nld lth rhtliuulati.-nl will ga.
It :i ing( >)o ;a- ,i rY a, a ,a oit. ((;;- -
( nl k :ild i ri ,,. li-'lit rl f f-; ri.
rli iiuiay i- tat. n. iirali.a. la:i.w back
I, \V .I Ji"e

Enlivened H,. S rmon.
A t, 1 I-;. r a r r : I I ar
fr i *. '' e .' f i t % e l i i I
MI %( ,r .s : I t .

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'*nA d l lthe I e~ t. n. ii', I e
n ian m t. i l.aift \ .I' Ji' hilat ,.n
I'm s.urI. iinsi. < -re, r Ieir e lit.r ms .,!:l
to' that elier thire' Ke-op oeff our l:min
eIt. ThtOirni'. iil If s ur lar.ir w 1.l
Wig.--ike Im-"11 d4re. r t w it.dear.
-p!a'nIi ec' the'n :it I''.is' al'l-ieics feer
1t ptiKe apkif" 'Tlie rvvri-i-1 (gen
tieman n then lor course.
Whether from colds. beat. stomach
or nierious troubles. Capudine will
rellate you. It's iquid-pleahaut to
take-acts Immediately. Try it. 1Wc.
~5c and 50c at all drug stores

A Way to Wealth.

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Ayegr' Sarsaparillai ij a Ii s: :. stimulitc. It dutr not
miakcyou elbttit.-. "ur t nt. 1h'cre
iswUOt A drop of t t he sih. vt tev, e ngain
Ow comnws flol -s "i a 9 d :' $I

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Excursion to Be Run from Each
Coty on Tha Date-Oanesville
Train Leaves Early.

Arranl.ments ha\e been completed
for the grand union Sunday school
plicnc. which will be neld at Intrlach-
n on May 7th
As is their usual custom. all the.
Sunday schools of the city ill unite
in having one big. Grand day. and
this eamaon has be.n Idlnro\-d uion
in that they will also me-*t the union
picnic party from Palatka at Inter-
lachen. the good people there kindly
tendering them the grounds and all
privileges for this occasion
A special train consulting of ten
coaches has been arranged for. which
will depart from Gainesville early in
the morning and return late in the
afternoon. giving nearly the entire
day at this beautiful little spot sur-
rounded by lovely lakes and trees.
besides possessing picturesque grounds
especially arranged for such purposes.
The town Improvement society of
Interlachen have kindly coasented to
donate free of charge the roads
and all necessary tables. but they
reserve the right to sell lee cream.
which proceeds will go toward the
fnd of the cemetery association of
that place.
Palatka Sunday schools have also
made a similar arrangement with the
eltliens of Interlachen and they. too.
will have a special train from the
Gem City and meet at this spot. and
it promises to be a gathering of
about 1.mo or more children and "old
folks" to enjoy one real day of pleas-
All the public school% of the two
cities will adjourn for the day and gle.
the scholars an opportunity of attend-
ing the picnic, which will add large-
ly to the fare. will be- a mnall itmni. it i ne'ld
less to a!dd thit a gar-at many will
take ad\anta:gi' of the outing



P(lfTti BlOCK


Fir^, Life and Accident ,:.'""', -

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Your r.,1un111- .r in r ,efn.rnci to ian Title s-. We' le,-ir t i, ,Wt r :- i%' r-
t aa halita.- "t lt-I er' *rrvi to th, '-crito l Ir,'in A r, ,iilni .ete .is'-tia t "T .
1'.iA l, a-h 1a- e hiaav. <40r r .rl are nA t .* I*ATV.

The Alachua County Abstract Company
I I: t ,-i..iat. I C I;O \V ;, -Tr, a-.

G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retaller amd Jobbera in

Staple and Fancy Croceries

Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
Highest market pr0ec paid for Cnhickns. Eggs a.: otrt- Produce.

A Complete ock f Hay. Corn Oata. flour. Bran. Iel. Cottam
leed MOl aad Ry. We handle only the Very et goods
at Lowetl Prices, ad guarantee *Hsaute*tcm alays.


I- the olf.
94a)4111 Iivt,'i

tlat o lt;li ill-
8ii Il, lik<- all

027l 1\1 IF I Iae11 IN.

I I j

I o if t it, 1414I t 1 4- of 1 a $ij ll
cit.- tl I l- I, I-jI l orlit Ii t
Y:? ~ Il(llto Ili $fillI

A. K CUSHMAN, Am im lle ,FI ir

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beamatU.-n du! t a eCte of Wic aStd. ma Irr I atn. InIaWmitory
-n-UmSlthmO. which SO" into the ctmtilaUon bom of wak kdtnerr.
Comstipat.. andrston and other bphycal timulauitrltt which ra usuU
cosidt .d olf so importance. Iotbhin applied oxtornUyI can ever real
the eat of this trouble; the most such treatment can do s soothe the pains
lemporarl; while potash and other mtneral medicine real ly tdd to the
acidity of the blood. and this uid therefore continually grows more a-frt
add vtiated. Then Instead of nourshing thte different muclk and Jint .
kpnl tbe.n in a normally supple and elastic condition. it gradually har.le:s
dstiffens thm by drying up the natural oils and fluids. Rheumnatsm cal
ever be c.red until the blood Is purifid. 8. S. S. thoroughly cleanses n
renovates t:e circulation by neutralting the acids and driving the cause
from the system. It strengths and Inviorates the blood so that instead
of a sour, woak stream. depositing acrid and painful corrostve matter la
the muscles. joint and bones it nourishes the entire body with pure. rich
blood and permanently cures Rheumatism. S. S. contains no potash,
lkali or otter harmful minera but Is made entirely o roots, herbs and
barks of greet purlytng fand tonic property. Book on Rheumatism an4
a4y Msdcaal edric free to adl who writ.
T1i m wrrr sPiC C CO, TLAU TA ,O9A.

Your Opportunity!

Save pat of your income regularly and de-
posit your savings in this strong lank-one
of the great financial institutions of Florida.
Your money will be earning 4 per cent inter-
est for you-working while you work, but
alo while you rest. : : : :

I1 I

3STH93 0. JklKIeAt.

Oe one.

It is time NOW to
Iuy one. ,


Is the one without
the odor. Keeps
things colder -
keeps ice longer.

It is a pleaure to
show them : :








Every Line Represented So You Can
Visit Gainesville and Make All
Your Purchases.

The. hattl f Iof ,allot- cotlinnelller c
l.oday in o1ne of the- gr':atet-I and most
uiti rsting i o.it.tr t. *c \ r Inaugut rat<.d-
in. A I.. .I..., -* -

iU Alachua 1 cou1t in i ti\.I, an I I. han(11 om<'
.Irlz,' that are' off, red gows-1 to s.how
that illh lnii-rchalt-t will wilvc value' rr.
ce-.illd for tlli work piut forth by the.
< anlltl; it, .
As mani;iy caldidlat,. a- d,.ire from
*i fferent sectionsll l of the county (.an
participlale n the. (cto~iit. ut. no oll

in nomination for oti'- f Ithe Ianos

Th.ey art disti-ntl ( cea'l. t.it anui to,
tho.-e residing in the sectlioni outside
(of (;alhilsvilll.
BIy starting right away you will find
that you can soo "'pile' up" a nmatn-
;rtoth \ote. and need hare Ino fear
that all will not I e.ulal. for the man-
agenment ha\. a-Iwl.1 divided the se e
tions in order that (;aines ille will
not interfere with thhe snaillh.r Ila;,
in this gre-at '.i.,
Three- sct.' tion.- %ll I e 'n.!ir.t,( .
tlhe diamond ring going to sonm girl
residing within the (Gainelsville s.c-
tion. this including the city and .c\ l.i
one within a radius of four miles
The Eastern and Southern settionl
will include Fairlanks. Waldo. Orange-
Heights. ('ampville. Melrocs. Island
Grove and everything up to and in-
cluding Micanoly. and the Tacoma
and Wacahoota sect ions-for this
Iart the young lady receiving the
largest number of votes will be
awarded a handsome Williams piano
-value $3:.,4.
The Western and Northern section
will include Hague-. Alachua. High
Springs. Newlaerrn. Trenton. Wanee'.
ll'll. Wilcox and Arch*tr and all com-
munities embraced in this sectionn To
the young lady receiving in.- largest
lumber of votes here another fine
Williams piano will Ie given. valued
aIt $::,o,

Votes can bI'
illg .tore.-

ru g f

of te happy hoW e of to-day is a -
fund fiadormationastothe betmethods!AVE REACHED AS PAR SOUTH
of promoting health and happmnes andA
right living and knowledge of the wor l' AS lEODICI ALREADY.
bet prodisct -
Products of actual eteellenc~ anl At Present Rate it Will Only Require
tmasonalvie claims truthfully prsenti1, Few Weeks to Distribute the
and ahoich have attanitd to world-wsla
a"ccpt.ance through the approval of the E ntir Distance.
Well-lnformn I of the Worl;, mt of indi- -
vidual only., but of the many whoha hhve Wrk l.a 'in'in.llew, ,1 I i t ti,-1 ( i
the happy faculty of n-lecrtln and obtain- ih. rt.l.a i itg r I,. ii I, iiioti.n
ing the Itbet the world affTwds .st.l rail fromtni ;l-;II ith o* r
One of the prmoluct of that dlas, ofl th. A C I. railamt
known enmponent parts, an Ethical Alr;ead. tht t.r,. woerkiing iim li thi-
reteily, approved by phy-eiianw and coar- inilorl ant inilror'niment ha.i'e rceat
mended by the Wel-Informed of the tredl rail- tlor a distance' of allut
Wortl a a valu ablendil whoksow e family thirty nlil. Iioc linK laxative in the wel-known Syrup of Figs di('k and it is *\lecte*d that tht.
and Fixir of Sena. Toget its benefcial ('rew that a1l Itlake' the chanizs' aIll
effect always buy the genuine, manu.- tH pIlaced in conlalloon a within the
fractured by the Caiforni Fig Syrup Co, next few days.
mnly. and forhlale by Aadn ldi-emid. aWhten tlhisit lilnroemenit aill habu
I b l-en comn llelte~ l it will afford a much
IH'tter m.-rsi through Caitue'villl
furniture. for the, heavier trains that hate here-
I'hifer & Morrli. clothing and furn- tofore btwen hauled over the West
Shings.R ('oast dlsilon. and will no doubt he
(ailnes.ville. Hardware Conmpany. ith,. means of many extra trains over
hardware and plumbing. this rout.
Mrs.. F T. Met ormlick. millinery. \vil,. l, trails anr not all new.
WV. M .lohnson. drugs and patent the ;iare suffci'ielit having lbeen used
nitdiiar.- inlI a short %hfill. I.fore, Iwing taken
GUamineill.e National Hank. bankers. up frlom another division where-. hearv-
I. <( Smith. shoes, and Jewel.ry. i,.r rails. w ,.re lac#d.
Mrs H. WIils... dry g tio aund.rs & Elrl- glth the inmprorinetnt. bellev-
Saunde-r- irle. groc-ries and ,ting that it ill be the mei.ans of a
feed stuffs. mluclh Ieltter service.
('ras fordr & lDa-is liver and sale

P Y. Smith fresh meats.
(;;i % .'s\ illo a d l' Ctl;'i .1.(I Cof n ( Coin
panv. lumber and building material.
City llakery. bread and pastry.
The Sun. printing and publishing.


Held Interesting Meeting at Home of
Mrs. J. L. Medlin Monday.
Thel Trwentiiith (''Centur' ('lui, lt
at the home of Mrs J I. M.dlin at
o:;i oil Monda). April 1L'th
The minutes of last mee-ting awere
re-ad and appro ed'
After the' regular husiiness. the see-
retarT r,.ad the resignation of Mrs
S. It RogKer as a neml.nlr of our

secured at the follow- club. which was r ecied with a great
deal of regret by each memlw1r pres-
Furniture Company.. i,
.. .- Mrs. W. J. Denby then took the
I chair as leader. the roll-call showing
7 ir *rseien'teeu present, who answered by




White Mountain



Solid Oak


Also Agents for the


Cooper & McKee



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'I I(c I. f Ir-( bi ll Migg. tt c t l tie

Tue ulijvct teor the' day, 'Later
WS'- 'r Y I er-e- ze',oelerc'd e ri
(to legloitl IIt1-i( 1 ual I i i ltHeer aultl I-
IAt I t hi 'r- 'w l.t -a v .eIt',- Ihiieiar.wo i'a et

% Wr t i~ ie- t Ilw lit.-. aind %'Airk- cit
*I' tio n .1 [I-t it r e%%
fit- club .

I. c i. l A1 k

1 1. t I 7 I'hit-
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It. 'I; AO l i all,-
a' Ia \lr ;eai 11
t! I I kil 'l
li t 11 1 1
I' ':11" ti

A Baby Show in Gaineville
Would have many contestants: but
it's safe to say that the healthiest ba-
by would win the prize. No baby
,.an be healthy who suffers from
wornms. and most babies do unless
they are kept free from them with
White s Cream Vermifuge. Acts
quickly. yet mildly-is its own purga-
fl~e. Mothers. don't attempt to raise
children without White's Cream
Vermifuge. Price 25 cents. Sold by
W. It. Johnson.
An Eye to Busaines.
"*r.lagsl is a terribly uwkedramatlc
fellow. Isn't be? le said be'd drain
his heart's bhld for the woman be
loved rIo you think he meant itr
*Whiy. I tlnguess Rlstiwe Is agent
for a drain Nsad veWer ple coroeran."-
'leveluand I'l:ilu I eiller.
J o" ---.
All naew.
Otlleh-or Ito reqrnil % Ift has ujIsMK
rever slei A ler- taret.- et1ii t o.hRle- cuIgll letruit
ite:irfilly I 1 ,it' l.., .lrt l hey left
here all rigbl'- l.oudvuu P'unch
Il:i.it I tflipe dcl r'p t law of th anrn
'iittre -C'rlyle


Mi o na Quickly Cures Belching. Sour
Stomach. Foul breath. Stor..n;h

Cistress or Money Back.

Sti t I 'gill I itK .dI cVe

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al ma 4'i aI al i' I

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Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ? We can
furnish positive proof that it has made many remarkable
cures after all other means had failed.
Women who are suffering with some form of female
illness should consider this.
As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimonial
letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest state
ments o facts.
Gardm er, Malae.--I w a geat suffer f rm a iable
dise and weMasm. Tbadim_ id I wmiad I h o gomeo
the tar l f r epeatia but I eeuld sae e~Sr to Mk bt A.
L;y;t B PlmkLMhm VefteUAe CNM-u d I e In-m o
- l t ree ths"-Mr A. WUI"m sP. N1 4
a8 Uardeir,. M.
o. We" HarWh, m e. suffered for yea witl i---

5o have .a eerat.
[I war m pletely dtw.age whl- I deeidedmtrgy LyGas
Plakham's VegetaMe Cemp-mi nMd It Ihas made e a
mIman. I advlisr all suffer w to take Llb 3.
hlam's Vretaler Comp o d"-M- IIm Uiam i
West Habor, Me.
Evidence like the above is abundant oin that the
derangements of the female organism which breed all kind
of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not
cure, are the very disorders that give way to Lydia I
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Women who are afflicted with similar troubles, after
reading two such letters as the above, should be encouraged
to try this wonderfully helpful remedy.
Per 80 yars Lydia Pikhb am's Vegeta'4e-
C pmu hah been. the standard remedy for
female Ua. Noe WI weam n deesJustle to
Mherself who will not try this famus medla...
Made exlusively ftrom eta ad herbs, ad

tow wite.bar foer advise eo has
Addrs Mrs. Plaklam, Iyam Mass.
tI e

Pn- .-tllot

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21 .I N 4 1.4

United States, State, County and City Depitry

We Nave Two Suite s if N Me fices For ut a r iiq,
NIrthwst C Cr f ItheSprr.


The IDread, P'l and Cake you
eat should btL nutrltous. The
flio.-t flour. nilxed alth pure
r lih I illk wrll I, ak'-d in the
"' uritty fUi-i ,i" mllakfe our
gK ,ll !tc II.', t d. licjc lls it is
Ip >. ll,1 0 11) j'to r l e '
ST. Schjfer, Prr

Miss N. Norton

Novetie, Books, Statloer
Sovenlns, Sheet PIctre
iMure Fnraes ....

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Here It Is!


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AMAIt p I/; l


IFOOTE & DAVIES CO., 6 neral Dealers
I 14 West Forsyth St., Ja k.h'i we F;fv' da


( I -jitit-d Stoock ...........

~llljrl l Ace(''lllit .........

: cct.rill.v tt i I ft-IN i:- itors t' 2 210.404 m 0. 1 N I



ti~A &u'


C~ren 1 f ,?* uL. : 9 ,


T'f.e A It." t *jb..** *h

t k a t idb-s than "rr u-c -:.-o t-
so '' NO W~ e t to msre a arr' rAf I t"cai a t.ji c a; 1r .a& '
mcImitain (Uo. ferue (':. cA bwwtir ou.fe 1el *,
s ea mm reatmdw. U6d SN00 a"d Sftr. .r Ui.r or,. gf*, .u #.
hrr 41.4 esiijsmr of the (p, .i~r1rrr.e'o t r-r ~,) '.a4f :k.. 'ri !. '~. .
V IL -ww.- OW Ce fat meim p to t..r" t ~?',?-N d 'm, t'... t. p r -.*

lfta Uy tu "'4crb 9'.. ..' u 1i5 d~,sr. t1- 'r ; f 1&..g.atv,
W. Mitll aiNd 1? rL 111 t1101 O a N10'' t' 'y ;* : t'- a r. .r rd*ft.:.#
Shtooutioqi pets h". ot)eyf ',t rifrt l b-. qtota.4 '=- alle,,A.4 a.- rb-. (y

@'UI~ tJ*RRZIIC bct )i~ l\WU. 95 )? t* ? A-e 5rr* r 1,. a' .-a.
'- Ir Au T~.Atheta arumet '. 'C ,. sP e,.9*:1
O 95NOOPO $d nmouw ;es. bato sot. mt
______ itte tot ot of g. haro l wl.w.mo par.* h'atdd t 1. 1. t' r. rr, :rr.t
Cipriase Castnro ubdetorik to mai-. at ha' r*... -1 o '.. ,l,., -~
totla 'i a aam'o rkdfr b;I 6 a ,, 920.. b.- th.g n. LA.Ut' h.- Dw-r 'w'r
bwletro. -.'eizUe'm .iOat.%4 t.D'Uff.-7. 'A th- r, tfp! t-.. *.r.'
Iwo r Od wkb ft@wD =In ewt~ A O-M au e S:al !&a r'>.r'xarl "~) 1 I"Mr1"1Uf tl 'i :s*. U '-
sw am 04 O v paj.ri r .r 4 a r 4. Pr* -, r .
Yha T~ -j Lrb~ rise*a sE p f %wiroM e Vurgoas.. irv and Ir.)* 'A 5r g- J- 4 -! t 'h ; i T'.
sw, Un I IVOtWStatos eaml o warrant to trxt. "*' '' I f 1 -r. .. ?1 t.;
bId bd bet citle- samd 6-lie her rupt-utu ;mra~t,:l.tr 0 r .'* t:I

6 we l .rwin
spook I$Dow "of sVON

49 -- mum&a
id MO- s s

The al the Onwesther
-' -- wag-.L

bsoVal"sho s ogw W s

o o *on* -- b s m- ac ar t"

ol d I rkd Etrnv 0.k U.Dams*
a It l- s Imm r YfrmL

Th -- Ammearbril Csmealgml

tnrnnueA as 1910 is eleetles year.
aM dofheew wil "wie for
ashfn twro N hbaw to proceed
wIsh caum at Taliahassee thidsmu
a%& 1~ f7~L--- L~a

Thr. the third
ta ., vwil be an
WSe problbitbe
met will Iure

week of the L-egl-
eventful e SMtato-
and distraaebhie-
In the week's de-

ese. The Ia'sted State with Ireat
forwebrerac.. refused to belle.* 'ha'
Veamrsat rwas Ianbe tly disboret
and mot only refrained from admini
t mrtag mUmary )utlee to th rotmo-
markrm Httle reMUblc. but ex-rcirme-1
Its good etlces tr prvevnt ?or"Tr! uts
tifaM. rMrf* %d m*mpl prfrux. ion.
frnr (t*w'tg o. Ti-- poemii.PL. o 'i.-
C11ttg4 tte.. comsistrtly adher-' to
wa %A (atrro was the ou'ar that
gives soeimt rope h wouaM hat.;
heimeef4 thaft wbt- his I..wr war
Ime, Veemil would evie the
to deal arlr and
,In l h-s-l mb as other
ib m h fm ropeah
Timel demofstmral.d4 te accau.
mrty f tiat eadmat. Castro is a
eatlaw and Veaeumela under the lead
of her new Presideut has aown eT
7ery d -rPi to settle her debts and
deal boamsty with this and with other
countries. Why the. should Castro
be a object of sylmpathy and why
Sdald Met the United States. partially


STh- Ph ladelghi R.-eord Ia.
FSa Tl. r is nothing in i ro;o,.-d
'ariff ro-uston to disrurb thb- ghot of
Lptigl*->. hot bow will Pr-id-nt
Taft bo enabled to arrang- a trure.
with hit rmn~triroa in ca'- the- aborni
natl- wCoola schedule shall be shovr-d
fror indrrme.n.nt unre-vt'-d under his
e+ u e. noS "

Thb- 8prtngfle-ld Maass Republican
*Rep, says With the recall of the
Payne tariff bill from the Senate and
r4nttlon by the House of an amend-
meat placing the products of petrol-
eam on the free list as well as p-
trol.-um itself. Chairman Payne and
the House autocracy are to be consid-
ered as innocent of a purpose to trick
Congress or behalf of the Standard
Oil Company .Now we are to ,-e*- how
that feature of the Pa)n#. tall will
fare- at the hands of chairmann Aldrich

as a measA of r"oteing Its 05thin th. Mr A I rir it sill t4-
rights. t emuch stop. as wanyy b ,ren-.rij1,er#-d Is a fath-r in-!aw to ths.
sessmary to preveitit the outlaw fronslug oil riorofo
agai securing cotrol o%. 'r '~en.-ze-
la's afra! NOTICE.

No"tiie-o- toAll W!bonrxaIt Mar C ii-

'n4o-r the ahoic c rraotion The- T-1ll.a-JIdfti. ?I.-
f~xsr.- s ('mal) ~ Ill rl) Ii t 1.. l
harm-*-True ISrOf ihIN t lir !r a-h 1 j'O aIi

it V wlth a (-l i fo i' te-r r,,- I i#(A .ift'. -1 d .

the. lIEu on Sunday. flortilheg of the'Na-V4.a )*-,,ka i l h
-.f low A AI- -*- k. irt.']-- Iiii ruied tt-t- T1,
'I'IU~ ii: o IF a A urrln~r~ure. Ii Tfl

Whatdeifre willit l l make to fPrctidtn 0e ra t A A Murlel 4-t.et I te-
haebsoivili If9the legislature doed o tho tla S I
pSM the prohlbitkat sm'-ndmert- U-i-ity gi (;3lgld,6 ill. 8 alit- -
jejlt e4at' e-p'atie.-11f te ;jan hei
didet the "Neou" take two straight c h.Ilrig te e :e
heMM vanam SO lstweek! Ar Iri~o-h. 4 4,1 "4:
rv, 4ids-it14 I'4 Iaa'A---eha

Ths Tallahassee True- f) Do rat 0 ldeitefle-r with it I.:.trierr. miii
my*: *If tvery tnty Iti ts h Stat.l1uaii j. ii,. r. 't. il 5 i
W" as well repro...,ter d IiO 1 the0 I1910*- I iv trxj4i' r .-
bAlre as Alarbus- the-re would bt- t)he qJ- id i. l-rt. .1Ml1,rt ii,
9War of daugerfaous If slatko:, Ithar Ifeup w. flr-Li e. .
that in t e Mr f hoo 1. 1,'
lkgu a al-eed % jilt ralui% Il hi. I, dIllO i I, A '. 11
Mmad. the-ir app raw,- il -w-se-.ral %;- 1, 4101 WI-of ** t. *
South Fki~ rda towtii.. 1;ee.e ll.- 6#1, Ill# ; IIt', 4~ '.i' ? th,
si e roteoet 1cmi aga, ii v t t el A l*.M'- %% t' 1,t, .- *'.a!- #se r-
ahn s 55 bg. iitditi:m-i,-rel-WTIn 10 Ifor Miaji-p r u. tO UN.A f;i, I.'I
weuallug Of 140 111 ull" A -a teE Itodd- #-f- t a srd'J IA Iji.e. ha- i % ..- I t .
IOteetoe.by the rna~cer at any tin.- ie whe-%r.1 inti h-*-it. 11-i.t v,,1 1 r
deeasis d i'liefill Cr#e,ut opf fti. !'T '. ?r *.:( I,

he, hxa swork.c e 41 c5, oie-d i. ;,. ,'i 'k
The Florvida truck agroa.'h#rs bai e* uttiriugi If-I laii- "11'1." "'.i-tI.i
fared bto-te-r the plremoaat noa,.ai4ti I ati qwect frimi. ca. a*t .
Oci Many ye-are4. Tbh .e'aurhula Ad'..- ,-111,' z~iIi.r e.lI.r -eeu' ,
cats saps. -The '.%'uc-hula banks are- ai~d iltI. ilIsteI.4*''le
masbirg ftour to five.thousand dollar lic(jult iou ht ili t illIi'.s L '1
worth of fore~ligtachoeks a day, th-f-ks i, t~lpitl)' S-niAnd frino it.* tie I pVlrs-I
2 _M-. fi A

IarSaBI ere by tae products of our
farmers." k~lrmiraging rep e| ort fom)-
rtO alm(ot e*try) ectlua. and the.
rowers s a rule have no conrlallut
io make..

The Sun Ioute with pl'eanur I htul
au lnucr-asna nuuiber of the- Florld.
jlipr are Lrisutill sed friu thel Ykrrida Agricultural IE
prtilme-t ia(tloi lThe p urP,, of, Ih.
statiau is tl, further th-e lister I^ ,of
theiMss iaxicd hl in aKgriulture hurtlcal
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High Springe Parties Co:;dent That
the Right Man H: Sleen
Caught by O*Fcers.

l'iarti.. from High S1I "1 ;t 'nLi\ilg
i la iees.\ ill. Mo' ldia -t.', '1 Ih.at .1
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g liio'.. \ oni hi- I that .i
W\ illltui > w -t hl i t. .i' : I
Jack onk- ill*' to imaik.' an11 ,,'tiKati,,
The whol,- m ouii nitit -i :1i l.tr to thi.t
witch w ;- t.tk'-n fr :1n hi-. clothigii
Shile ho' w ua- a-l-,ip ii lhis roe ni.
Follow ini i- The' Tilii liUilon ac-
('ount of the arrest. which apelM-ared
ill that pIa11'r on .Monday. theI lIth:
.John ltrolwn. the white nian ar-
r.-te.d by Policeman Tilton Satur-
day afternoon and who had $41t0 no
on his person when Mearched at po-
lice headquarters. I still locked up.
lie is being held on a charge of car-
rying a concealed w-alpn and the' po-
lice will not allow him to furnish
a cash bond for his release.
"Hrown continues to maintain his
silence and says he will not tell his
business to the police In looks he
Is a regular hobo. He was wearing
two cheap suits of clothing and went
to the woods for sleep instead of
renting himself a room in the city.
His actions are very suspii,'ous and
the police are inclined Ito ie-lie\e that
he is not just what lie should I#e
Hlii. ca( e ill Ihe thironuIcKhlil inr, ..ti-
gate:d tmfor h, is ri ; ,."r'a-i-dl froni n1 -

JW.W. MCellum A C. Ouarantee to
Cur Dyepepeoi--lf They Fail.
the Medicine Costa Nothing.

Toat lii "t1e tili it'l nr i, to th, I,"'e
Il. of <;:li it llh thit iiticr -i -t lin aiid
l *l -it a I- it.il I. nil that I all
1I-l ln.i'si T.al*hl -t* ill *,f! .t Ithe' c-are
h i ll fIirnl .h th** l1i.-l it altlioalit
It ft.$ I If It fail, lt i i i ycIaII 14 ',
iiti l ti t( p.ni-ill% I, g IHsx IIg it a trial
I Thle rniaatkaIllv <-c,,..o f ,\i||
1 -1vi 'l -'l l a l t- i- l.re I flll 0- t1
th i, in .i a l ii''-re*--ul iiHn-thlwl 4fr
i. *!riuf.:-ttir' hi -reh-~ hI, w.ll know n
,r ti r ti t. of itisimuth Suhml itIra.t ,l id
, -ill I- hk 1iT.hl.si d ith
' -I Oiiithe rIt em an t Iher lt iii iit.
I in-l uitth 1u4. nit r te iid aitd
are, r'togitiz d the ntirt' nrlmedical
I rif',-si. oni ;ia s l'-e iicv for a'c te' i dii.
Ir.titon aind d) sllesia.
Th- l'*'-hlpin used in Rexall 1D spl.l--
-ta Tablets i s Ianuifac-tiurel by a inew
|lro ffiC 'incvy. IPe' in.l -ulili'- to the' di-
Lestive apt artus or.e' of the most ini
imporanlt e-lenwt'ls of the dilth-ir
fluids, and exerts a tonic influncti
Ultton all the glandls which supply all
Slie other ePlments necessary to
prolwr assimilation and digestion.
The carminative's add proplwrtiest
which promptly relieve the disturb
anices and pains causd by indigestion.
The perfect combination of these in-
gre'dients make- a remedy absolutely
incomparable and Invaluable for the
complete cur.n of indigestion and dys-
We are so positively certain of thti
that we. sell Rexall D)sle-p.sia Tablets
on our own M'wrsonial guaranteed that
they will either cure you or cosl tou
nothing Three- siz.'s. 27.e. 4<.c and
>c" J W'. McCollum & Co. cornt-r
Ia-st Main and Union stret.s.

Thomasville. and a littl.- lait.r Ihe said
hte came' to this city frni Texa.-
11i' next .-tated that hli niadle hi.li nt-mo
',) tralp ing At the tine olit hi-
a rre tl he carriedd a pi..tol r.toiir iual
l *iri knif'. '

For COLDS and GR!P
Hlcks' CAPI'IINE Is the boft reme
d. rell.\ub tht aching anid fe'. rish
S- -uro.. th,' Lcold anid r.--tor,-
Itr d..il .'l1,..k;;t',. I. (S liqui td- t ufft--
inimitdiatt ly. 10e. 2?c nlid 5oc at drug

a y a sty emi, o a b- "
A man usually buy a bat that's "in
tye." but the modern hat for men La.
lts to answer otr.
Italdheads are growing more numer-
ous e.\try day. Hats make excellenti
bre-..d!n places for the ,ar.l-itic sermr
whil.h sap the llfe from the roots of the
ha ir.
When your hair begins to fall out and
yvor Prrlp Is full of Ilandruff it s a
our. pKrti that thee countless germs ar-
bux:i') at wurk.
There Is but one way to overcomr.e the
tr-ulle and L1ll the germs--that way t.
to app!y Newbtro's Herplcrid tIo th-
as i'p-it will kl:l the lerms anid h.'lltl.y
h, r pI sure to result
So.ld y leading druggists. Send 14e ir
St.rnal. for sample to The Herpiclde Co.
Detrult. Mi.h.
J. 8 Rodlford & Co. Special Agent-


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v % .. rd (I j% r #-Ath cI% lltugySb ab
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Thi- ('C,,lon ri ay i e csat at T he' '-u oln o er or at t ither of t1he to)l coC-
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Groceries and Grain

No Order
Both Phlones 21

Too Larg-:

An Oeeki When H ODid Not Re -g.
ise It at Firt Sight.
"'lrm t.ln.cln played a good Joke oa
her huat ld when he was practicila
law and journeyed atout from court
to court on h,'rrl~lmk." says Ma)jr
littinnrr. -Thte rll often took
si e'rral nerie jit a tlii,e
'"I- n i l t Ii, 'e fr!ie Ti.ne,.( In was
irgon fl.r nli.*it fimr e'.kt lie 1>
tunrnel el re.11 our nl'i t ,St p'11111ti hil
i h-r-e. he dll,,l'n ' in. e. Ie ttirmtid to cI lnti, the h,'u%
and then ,rtlo|pd. Althocuih he was a
mntn of itetn|lwranep. he thonUht he
ninitt haIve ti'en IhillingI on the sly
ilmoE timeI that day. for trsfore him
stoNel a l til'diln: he h.td nsrer woe n
twfore. lie thought it oler for a mln-
ute a11id tlihen c nt ai rnws tile street
anl kneL..'l :nt a Hfriend's door. They
were IIn IIel. nid ,sone one sang out:
"*W 1hi l it?
"'Ale l.in olhi.' was the reply. ''ve
been iwkliing for my houe ('an yon
tell mte Ihere it is? ;ruesr I must
have ieen lost. I thueclht it was just
aetwrn the' wny. When I wer.t away
the building was one story high,. ad
now It Is two.'
"It was e'~t'ilr'ed to him that d r-
Ing hbi absence Mrs. I.In'e,:n had add-
ed another story. li e laugbed and
went back to the stranet house."
lie used to tell the Joke on himself
many times. naceordinu to the major.-
National MaSritne.

Any skin Itching is a temper tepter.
The more you scratch the worse it
itches. I)an' Ointment cures piles.
eczema any skin Itching. At all
drug stores

bSe-Wbat did papa cay when yo
asked for my hand? He-Why. he
coukln't may a word. Phe-IHecouldn't?
He--No; your mother was tbero!--oe-
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Val 01010ftofit.at ashew.
wasOft he p0 o o
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so 610 hob dimup.is
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so w. ab e apsom aserc I.
him Isrme aad IMW kvheI
MIUwW WINt hod harm.a
A inmi time be wasmemu
as mmefd dim IN iowa. be
amuti eztSet b. msoi be we
he helto meorsI i th#an br
IIMbinid esi kuew eouh
0b 0ad hor owh etd.
so- he 'm ulta 1., to fern
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Is Ofdr to vin tie and mdi
he vs tw m. Earned Ib'ce
bad p'ed scm ~ Whig
hivd Rows, v drink it. now
hIS death tetw had Irled bin
FhbOlSkfWx ion.. distance awns,
amity da~1llbt baleth (brcohf.
rw mj... and the t,-neher's 6
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arn them arrest Rlope ad 1ls(

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Tjjg DS11 temp Si s a C011110a0 '441to "ow
msao1a1asq ttor.
tive Namy384m 19 m4 9 841-at1 0 k gkle-. In the
tois w. e .Amemvfsa T 7 M -rI-be v eqL IN-I- o np t abig
by t- butn t,. Ie 'na .-ri *so u tiorv tbhMe f'i
a7 n rai a at Off 1lura. o f Rf84d tool, In tbe
haef hu a orNinaei ft. otebt Mile$ l~
L to" of T WfwLl e d wei" l'Fl stirf nf
Sdjaiia. Vrlgltal". -1tr." of .?r,?*. ti.uj.r
trearto k to W 611niopt.jp,.ivrn-r fo %rgirsia.
toodreeiris CownAaft Wet U.-D tt ttw no% Y. J.'ej.
____ tl~bkid at rovatatrCe Iazes of S" Joery Ita er
184am oaiu Cetifub of M ad.ublowrw.natu 'M a 4e) orf a
the Madde~ 'hust or sedimemt in
-. t lb- grbed. f. t' i Ne.. w *lam
~b, w diazines. slenksiroe. aeivoos-! Ib" at'orie SIL .. I
sa w o th eJide tiyyse1x e brv-.el eonak f I't,'-.WA .
7- As asid wresway cell ty war. Mims lek26 4. r 1 i tI:-
to abutdw boumes, &IZMrt &&%L ) 9 o"1111111014' 4 .0 :V
Ne fimadw ader.COUSI ftN CA e t !uet-e aikd (*'iokitt o-1Iji.i n i Ju I'.,- *.f '..
N o er tk ist that orrau is cfaiaed !Alt. omrk?'l.r, "ta a.v. r611.. 371-1
a d = d mkI" b y a c b len t so t o f la t t ki d -l th e o P r i i t. 9 t 1 n i. i t i
mvs. db~w d cingr recniapiniaitPltoo
a. mdo,'urcw that unplealoast aent, te Ut %lu f a a .i.'**i I %
ad beg compelled to go oft(athroutti g( tan:!1e arid t
the ay. saidto upX"upua l tsin" dw iX f.raas. *old t o.ii ..l-r ,it-rr ou a'ri.
S The iauld saidii adaat eeat Inv Ited toy ( op*i:;j ir- .tSm- ktosi 141
~ 6f~m~.R~4theu'akidsye SYspeegu U.d th 4 5 on tw -frtz::d.- Prkis-o-
SisaftslsiIdt h theheghetoo. torn wlb s :.il it t m n nebpr off
In cmeofit ste mW&U baeamuS .- -ua-e-la
labdrin A bl-r flow guests W r'rr opb
,W- A trW vi l a=a sod is bm ard A Eaandla % a;t10 u the. I-t we're.a'.0
b, a S~R is pkin "tahemadsb~ I e. ~iU*~4 4 h
a i iii, gifty.ut md =11 on the 10otoniar. atij S. u,,ip pro
1 you many e wae ceu'ded d Pwu tbe rirer tos a loopiu tor
mimle atk anda boktba bSethall, low Ponl Wasblnieng Iii, :s1w t10I,
.L__"M,whrntftbyiaL Addues a, own I;,- ti-angsrkt .we, #frunttiz
S Dr. Kii=& cel, l h61 m_. Y. om the frigate waon fIrr4I oe'eraIi tltatel
Fr- Wb MenII ti m nm- -oIo ooto p re.rsoin&i*. 3s %a r':.:terf f .*nfeteiti
hr Ma inWs Vat po. Ia't M b ment fur the rumIwly rtw gut, had
t~~b_ ba raaormb the same. -tri -dfn, milel inad
SmmpS ek san desist he a&dealor sellbs C t'.?t Cte- to a nsfl made
sohing inS'h"O Roupt- by C by ,r noodoor' $leikti.tis. Id roV-I
I '_y do yvewig flbeaw" ud. dent 'Zter .r.io-ma a d-o-iaideJt hlo-
e1t111?s In tbe *n*tu At .L o2vle-k t0
O ofte'tlre -rompavy of flentou. Warren the afterujn ou-asb t' ro-turu trIt, the
E Ma Tlppetamw contive.s.earty all of tlntloeiu nl. ,*i. .,Lff tlr~amd hy. and
s whbanm rv kuiow to him. Cnmaliet the clwgaulom) was It,% aedt to ) luacble-u
ad of 0 sIto te me imlle attempt i t .:.. nblu Wow ube' sUD n uik
he carnemi bafthe, atty. so great After ulbobeu C tmaodorie 341em-ltlt
Wa te wseztekmeft maa on intns.O the' peopuml trt tke gun be Bred once
h lvlla alast Kbg that he valved' morn as a salute, be said. to tbr mt-au
v mmstbi san dweft to jaiL hpag my of tbe grat g acsvaaker. George
that asmethlg would tne upo 4w W aahisgton.Prehems t Tyler. bhs cob
lob" Ms isarnese. et anwl a nunaber oft gentleman r
V mthe te jagt at LafaYette Ki11 a6 paired tu Sb- un de.h.
dom edWONm to siAtro .of pape If As the gSn u washed the breb ,ed
CbS *1, Chies.. St. LIsLots L Lamie tr u e runalivma back was blown
v __ IeI ad s. r Ila out t off. th a.dsad tibl mact awas sl In twain.
elreuu dae a ofhis cone8meat s&E d e-bh ol f1 ft felt an Secretary (p.
b e kiss atSm ho bagp MS letter m sthe s6u. TTwo inlloreremoved It. but the
11 m Is hop" that It might faillm- onsrretay 0aed in a few moments
Pa dwr eWs aan**. The appeal ma, Gaevorma U timer had bae. struck Bud
1110 1 11 U amesad was copied Int killed by tbla seulka of the goo be-
o asy papas, tarougkout the morth- fore k eled Mr. Upobur. The party
lwres 5a the gm dock was satereod. and
Two eka after its bS appear- the woalo sip 11ook under The form
isawe Dr. Sew. rde, Inta Oxford i sd, of thr eep&o u.
u atteadg by a umer of r ctttueas, pro- The evzrte'tent was great The bod
e**a to Lafayette.. whbere h.n ap-111wer removed1f1rom the Irtnetoo.
P psaum Cams the immediate re- takes to Wosbluomn. placed In b0arue
hboo" of the ac-ud lan4ord. In P at Se ,ewharf md carried t the, W'ihite
lsplaIatlon of his appearance tolw Bus. where oLhyly10 In te east rut"W
blesald h- bad left his boune In thee till thr ay of tbr funeral-a dIay Of
ona ole t of EoldestlC troubles, that general pumic mjurolog.-Czchbamgs.
he had earned that his wife was on
hrr way to Ozford. and he bad deter-
i ntedd to leave thr Place' ee rt Iiin
order to prevent ber fru olearnI CASTOR IA
where be bd gone. Ilie bad te' its
a lttl t town In southern Ittlawla. and I f Sa milim.
St it was heri- th-lv be learned that thebO n KW BP onA IRV
I tan who ho d In--frierded bhie was urs
% rlrd ofh bis murder and was In jail am th
id In 14IIafaelt ". am sr ot
S An Ponta an I :1m was t4t--:i-ed be
a brim.Ji 1suit saminat tblrt.tawe mem-
m ll-1. t# 1w. II rl e 7wTtal. IeftVo-tlio A Sample of His Nerve.
iii %.~~s~ i fc 'r $Vo iloo *aE Ii and n ~ Its w', '.Is r lit. lb. .- aitumi %% :i% It

r iii eak)sle t. aaa% tab ..ana o-!. I-u t- -"__.-i -I; .-

I its. i~ch.'r'e 'hltirs 'ualiu,* clay ayn g 'e u'. si .'i~iir u rllz eses u.n 1I ii(S.' ~lTe'. Ii. 1(:ue

Ii- r~icr .Ifayctie-. arwI tier.b tired till blns esI'tc-ricre it .er' te-
t d~eith tv Slat. aig ol seety -eight 1 ~i 4 se-ll ci tl~c-rsc ,. th reg~ut~aE is-ta
he. lIe. Id e r~'. .r ic rn. ? I ai t.r a sans usia e
S1ns If ara fiat1( I. II* lie. seIlie rs~lit auirde.
N ot G et 1~U ole-i thlacL thos ee sin~ ;l:ssi tIhii. Itia
fclueke 4ll 12%1t' A~i a!c~c I~r: I lo e Slice I~li
elf as murcte-ror so id t Ir: iir rte .11 -.r tie' wst q
lep s a 5I( : iiftrsre~it *Ii to i.~~ slet) hi-.(~ I 1sist a

~dol at D~uppsim b~ esUt. iii- ti:tl le~ts fr.1 *.lI~lr :5!'. '.illl

esbaly helpg 1~Nature to Relieve Iodigstio; j
* diet trill, with Indigestion.
gerat many peoogles ao 1 0 ..I a Iartial o dliieter-fand jIhys n are
ld with hadlmo-sl Ina.n hlav.- 1,, -- .1ni 11' (1lir-.o ru m t a lal
ry fur it-witn- ig-Ii.taois ir i'K..s~t o.- 4' nI 4,.ole If
ft ie dy 0 IW I Ib I rf -b U i f 1. U1,- M 41)11 10-4-KI'." fi
my h ae 11--ltt b 0-1 5 e" tIII-- II I Il.. i t. 1 40 111 .. P. Ii t.,' 0 1094
5.ve ddol 8 ..1 p* c vv iI.i t,1 04 I ', II II'. .4.

If IFLt. it. I A 4' I 1 & .I
allI i t I
I 1K ofK
Our ro-ar mt -

1 114 A I t I.-
IAntil it.. t, ~a
lib~bl*@, VI

too( of It us4- 11 -h f I. '.s i lot If I a.I
coue vaal Citui sa 5't LIt, In 1 t o;Lu r A. 9 '
0R BALE SlY V ALrT, W G ~'

One Quarter of a Pound a We

S I I .

I., I I .'. I .
t ,


Dr. Piere's Favorite Prescription

&O& me pal- ar w "amas. It im Oh
say 0 w- ofd ift ~MW 60 bly a .,uMOW" V"W
OW 0 -- -- W Are
Is da Sao al we m MW M o 0"N
TM 0.49I IMUMV wb" osuhm we aim
-L .2 ) -- -- ~Y(~C
a" sm im4.em b"-- &uea MWw is
eIM a" b
"a 0* n pwtmv &W "isfta=sun oo,
'H13 O?4 SKVKDT1 psir he mba'
ow oed omi.b -a a* ppearmd owedhisthe
,uefdinelohe inisr o.dA
It is *fd h4 medicine dev~rs t...-h-i-.'e. sad 56, id re ma bot 1 It
Se tI. )'wit take a sishotetute of mikeowe comPosrion fo rthi. s dMciw or
a""%% %. %o o mwetdit is as good as the *mouw* d The drugist
0 hO 6 2%nmecthl .1w ipis "St m god a asDr. Peric'es' s either mistaken
or 1% t- e.r (, C,-;- 0 r v-j f~ his own "sh beerfit. Srch a me* is M4 to be
trIst..4. Is I f-tCrnwith yn vur moo pericso posesoea-yo' helth-
ta be S tAwYo tor w yes M &1 pafi.

Tawpa & Jaek onville Railvy


Leve Gainesville for Mickano, Fairfield and lo.
cal points Soutbh........ ........... *.. 10:10au

Returning, arrive Gainepville .................

Leave Gainerville
IAke City,
Returning, arrive

A. L Glu, 6s Sept.

for Sampson City, Pa!atka,
Valdosta, and all points North
Gainesville .... ............

4:25 p m

6:(06 pm
9:30p m

I. Barker. Traffic Ug'r.


Aaimat FormkisbtW Pupt~y sad ad A
Work (umaussed. Cover the emu. t Brookp-
Releuemws vilip; m Ocala and hp-
umlornCla'isaoCo. GAINESVI l yod; wee to Swannee Ri-
Luodi &5A Bat VLU. r; north t olahiu, High
__ __ d W orthi~aton 6prins,
(%A, mKey, sud all internmel-
Nemew' adA answer
for 0 1wPrice.
nEW W000...
East Fbriia Teqlepb C
&0VvTS rO U Ilo il




The Long Distance System

One of the most valuable features operating in various sections of the
of our service, to our sutacribers and country, are uniform in their equip
to the public generally, is our connect ment and in their methods of oper-
ton with the extensive long distance itang.
ines of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close traffic
Telegraph Co-npany and the other as arrangement between the Bell Tote
.ociated 9ell Telephone companies. phone companies s a t possible to go to
We o*n thousands of miles of larg a Bell Telephone almost aniyAhere
*isktnce lines in the seven States ir ask for "Long Diatance' and Le pjt rn
ih,.ch %we oper-te and in addition cjn omrrunication *,th a!nost ,'y p4,,nt

cull! t.t -aI, t. c,.iP! fl .ur et. fnl'. :. c,(wL ,y

I. ri ~r j dd
n v hich a Beli Teaephone system is -.r i 'gcu (-L t t e n... ., ,. L
C p r AI n_. U 1I n f
'hese i c j d tjr', C linCe are of t~ic t ,,. Lt I e I, e .t r If rr o

A II Jt 2 11 Ar ;j I'IV Cd --
.ra ard c io 'te. aJ *1 1,
-t.Ile ul C', C'" ) TIC t I1 %Y sotor


f f -d uur
'1*~~. I. tA't .-nftnis.

Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

IthciCent Service.

Reasonable Rate.

:z*- --- -

-c~~l- .- CC

sa 1300 VDx('V'

-- s swueaso to o an awiss
- rNO. & IK W ild grawb mIme

GalmaVollh, Plr ld



-11mus Apdml

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tate Olers:
Oovernor-A. W. Gilchrist.
Secretary of State-H. Clay
ford. Tallabasse.
Comptroller-A. C. Creom.


'I raaurer-W. V. Ki,,tt. Talliaha%-
****. 1
Attorney-General-ParM M. Tram-
mncll. Tallahabse.
Commissirroner of Agrculture--l. E.
Alcl.in. Talahairne I
Supt of Public Instructihin- Wm. M.
Hollouay. TallahaMtw..
I'r* -il.elit of tihe S. nat. F" 1 Hli,!
ito. i .AI111.

County Officess.
Clerk auWd Auditur -i t. \\'l.t-Igt'.
Gjim ',ile.

Sull. Public In.e.tru(tlou Dr.

J. L

K t.- Gailt ',% l t'.
Sht rif I'. G. Iamsey. Gainesillle.
County Judge-H. G. .1a.-uu, Gainen-
Tax Asseissor-W. W. Colson. Gaines.
'ax Collector-W. D. Dicklnson.
Gained" tille.
Trtasurer-J. D. Matheson. Gaines-
Supervisor RegistraUon-J. C. Me-
Grew. Gainesville.
County Commissioners-John G.
Dampler. Chairman, Hague; J. F.
Town-end. Campville; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
0. P. Cannon. Galnesville.
Members School Board-R. B.
Weeks, Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody, LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
State Senator-H. H. McCreary.
Members House-Syd L Carter.
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.
City Oficers:
Mayor-Horatio L)a\is.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Asse.-sor-I. R. Colson.
Tax Col',cttor-T. It. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Trea.ure-r J Maxey D I11
City Attornley- w. St Ilroomne.
Iloard of Alderni.-n-T. \V. Shaands.
Pre-id lit. (Gn.o. K. 'rrimiii .', S. J. liur
nett. E. F. lCaninoz. It S. Gra.s,, S
11. .Mix.on. A. L. Vidal.
F`oard of I'llilic \iVrk---l. T1a-
lor. Chairman; W. lmin.ii,'ii. r-
tary. if. F. lu)tton. E .J l:aint. I li
Some article that is -lminly "in the
way" at )ouir hou-se might. If adver.
tisd. ie -ill! to .ouneoue %ho is anx-
tou-ly looktng ftw it
T he hit!:t 4, ,:. < .ig a t,,t
)flu Illt rn ? 1 :;t .. *' .' v *, .
ITa ge :it l Ir ( 'rtr.lr .

Ala', unt 4. ir
t.r-en, :.m- -S ** ro i 1 a *
ni: .<* i : r. wt :tt ) A
': rtli' '' -' $ f" e hr i ,
S. t; no-v -;,pers., amiid ru
oati. ryr. I'ta' ,, *.;... ; !,'p ,r
anh0 i. | 'Ihe i I, H i9tlr ,. vs
ean,. aid all 1 ir,. .f r. t.d ',

Gainmsville, the County Seal,,,
s'I, fourtern churtl.e,. two public
':.,Ml,o the w 'ni t rity -f E lorida,
private UChoolo. thrre newspapers
United States land odtie,. the beet
water, fire alarm ylrtem, electric
al.d gas Ilghte. two iee fretoriev,
machine shops. thrre wim d efaeto.
rie. cotton lis, twio mniom f atoriet
thrrr railroad, twro fertiliserman.
ofalturinr companies, oue Prbel
manufactory, one reeltfying tor
lpntfinp I l-nt. foot bank., aIn, well
ltocked storts eam liraeng r.'ery.
thiyIn h ~.A romm-reii'+ lineI

We Ask You
to tlke Cardul, fcr your female
tr u Ic:. Lt-cau.e 'e are -ureI It
..l hcep y. i k:emt e:.~.r ttht
U.j grcAtl male rencJy-


kis brought rettled to thouzand5 of
otr.:r ..ck women. so why nA 1o
y.u ? For headache. backache,
pcr:,iocal pains, fomalt we-k-
nes., many have said It i "the
best modicte to take." Try It I
Sold la 1Th CMh

S. ..... l.,\ 1 t i (', 1 |,,r C( llt
.' .... M ,,t. i... (' F .1 1,, r
4 ..
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M.wtua L fe Bu d ,n"

Jacki e Friday

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D&69O0. P -WALDO,

Grehm SuiIn, Bd am im ap md fk
fiti ienme 1. A M Lwq DMoDrn
Offices In Graham Building, over
Saunders 4 Earle's store. Phone 3
No. 3V6.


01c1 ova1 t"oe 2TaIU Nslarna l 3m..
Phate SM.

L)19.J. IP. ALDAkiCAb.

Uce oemovr DCttem & O (ks3Mm
Phase 2". 088"T11114V~ia

%*AIIEVILL3. Almbm Os., ILFA
O1lS toI.Hapmsaw Sim&e
%AnmUvtLLa. 0 *0 VIAMMa.
Msa se lou riotiropi. (ISO
proved OW .aimpresi), phe~hos,
trukig Md trlejobs. ed
Hek of rSS FOG 0"M for gab. U1~s
LAd SolWiet ina quls
Resa teis, oon voming MAd 04W
eml Pueilee. All busiameu prowa
ass~aend t.sO.(cWe next door to IC42
.ffle. GAINEYILLEu, FuomMA
I swvers.

Iruc tirce In ail Courts, State anti



At Very Attractive Prices

4 .. ~ K i Itd I


.tt I I. i 1'
~i~ I..ek. (It)? p r c'.:it due



Total Cash Value, $1

Adbl ldbk Alilk Adhk Adhk Adkk Admk Adlk Adl Admk Adbk Adlh Adbl .a, Adm. Adbl Idsk ld ll ldbl Adbk Aghk Amk Adilk Adik Adl Mk Adik Ask Aldkk Adkk
-W -W -W -W -W vw lww lw vow ww mwmw wr Iw mv MW mw 'w mw mm =4

To Be Given Away by the Merchants ad The

Sun to Citizens of Alachua Coty!

Each Section Gets a Prize!
Contest to Cloe Augut 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading businen houses
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianoe and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alaclua county in three different sections. These
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.'

e G nesaville Section W'il ellirace the city anil sulurl'o4 ant lbe con-
S in ille S t ion td to a raiius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this district will Ii' alwarll a II AN I OlI.ME I)IA MON I RING.

The1in praise tvrritory frot Fair-
Eastern and Southern Section "!Wll ek,,ri e i.trritory a from :o
!,alik.. aIll oint,, ea.,t anI from
clhell' all polint- -,uthl-\\';all Hlawthlorn, Islandi l (;rI v,. ('ampilhle, Micanopy,
like, View. T% intalt 11i l sill ,int-i l alomi lint. of T. A .1. Iy. < ONE PIANO.,
I (*()Iii ll i-t- all s Otations froni
Western and Northern Section ",, '"... s~, ril-t r.. t nniron.
W\\'alill ,- \ il'N ,, ltll. N ,.%\ ..*ir i, ,-vill ;..\ '', r :t.I l i ll -** tt .-iniient- oen,*'. rl
I.v thi, ar;a. < N E I \l \4

-Withr YCtsS SMy Be Cast
How and W here to Get ,lh VhrN notes fll BC Casth
S. 1 1 ti.. il. ri hali t-.x iikg f oi- and at The
*** t,. t n I I 1 ..i: t li' dlre te'd
ti ,, 1 oii, ii ',i, --t ii.A il .iruiknt of The Sun.

for t.% r# < it ; iil it I I t li, .. i I-R
Votes "_______________ __ "" R lsa

g,,oid- %%hlli tl,,)h. .S,dico
Gansle Furure Ccnpany. Furrture Rules and Re ulations
Phifer Morr.s Co Clothing and Fuin.sn. s. I I ,. ,,,! t *.,., ;i to anl ) e ihilllg in
Gainesville Hard*are Co.. Plumbing and Hardware A t.ilol i.u t.i. ) w%:.. i t .ii, iu \ ,r I, tl i e oudu t.tdr
tf t i i, t-1 t. ,-t iiichltich d for by .i,,e rt'putablt
Mrs. F. T. McCormick. Millinery. p riii t thnm well known.
W. M. Johnson. Drugs and Medicines '2 c.ll ilo.i-,. attachee or relative of the pro-
rl. ,' fi.i o tli< ulhe :rl* In ed flroni are ellKlll.' ,u
Gainesville National Bank. Bankers ,a'rti. li Iln thlhl C"om C.t., an d wmll artUl('ipale oi
L. C. Smith. Shces and JeAe'ry. Un nisiuer
:a I" tt11' te'^'it of a nIlunarsftaodl Lng fDt.t
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. (. ll the. lit .e t of a su nt er. tand II I ethi (o t.
CRall idu tv,.. P or ,therp Int,.rotat-d In this ontest.
Saunders & Earle. Groceries and Feed Stuffs. such contro\tr-y m.ay be referred to the coo-
City Bakery. Bread and Pastry ductiri of c ntavil, who alone are the persons
P. Y. Smoth. Fresh Meats. quhtd trader dell..
P4 In the euenit a candidate decides to with-
Coffin & Planing Mill. Lumb. and Building Material d4a frn the race. su candidate will not be
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Staies. allowed to tranl-fr otest the credit of anoLer
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. canlldidate in the r..Dtet.

,.,i *.. -. II. r. Nc e a% .Ul r
$1.25-Three months' subscription ..... ... ...... 500 votes 700 votes
$2.50--ix months' subscription .... .............. 1,200 votes 1.500 votes
$5.00--One year's subscription ... .. ............... 3.500 votes 4,500 votes
For a club of five one.year subscript uns ( ). 30,000 votes 35,000 votes
For a club ot teii six.-ntithis' s bb' ript:on ( ) 30.000 vote. 35,000 voteM
1 i. I tI .' r! '

$1.00- On,: year'e sbtnr:pt:uO .. ...... 500 vote
For a club of fivt one--yvr; r subsN rptius ... ... 5,000 votCe
I 4,, ., ,, T, i ; ,i i *'*h .4* Ii r i ,*' r ,-4

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distritbulng votes is undesired by the proprietors

Sam mMA

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~Amdft MAL Am AW

aw q w h


a" bee" su b


-'~ -vr

b4sl Wan- L

We lmta s mioter
?Ywwurtlrs to rest. W. I. ahrn.
Ot4 Y W in the eooperat Irve

W. J. Hef* ao Af Ahwaw he&rbe

-mod SO #r ehbbg $1 fh
IL C. L Um. Ot,.
IL ILOW 49Armfb &momn
00lbs Gb 00 dl- y ehth
o W & ft at so f tc.
A.I 3-Y- III Gsms
Wa rsL Pbm55

~bumdbund ut sAdtwo
Glim a F thespou'mtlw

K Z3. LuW a".J. K DL Jr,.
safumoOwa *int bm
toa _- _-- -w -- -M
N ~L mams aw 06u. ow ub o

W" mmouso S.wham to
I~t-saw as.

bhm Is*mosd to d theabas
Ow ad WOW emge tDr. Waldo..
3 arrrr me. bus at th
Dr. IL bmnofu

at Ab~kt m mom=@ the via.
tso th ets rlffI

i PI )''is. I


Phifer Bros.

= Bankers
- J.N Zf

very Se Io repreatod I the
operative a met. Gt votetwe o
vwht you by.
he cooperstIa e cotest will be tbh
tlk of the town. Get votes bh*-n
purtasing oodas.
Red the large dvertleemn*nt and
ee who Is coneected with the re
operative contest. Valuable premium
C. A. BneaUtt of Jackson\illt is
attsg the visitors to (;ain'l, ill1. H',
has a large numh-r of friends in thi4
rt for.
lDanty DJue rt ccan only tw. n rd.
with the best extracts. llu- ktiMtlon
iemon and vanilla are the faIuritn..
witb the best eoohe'
The malssion r tudy circl. of tht
Methodist church Sill nm.et thi- ait. I
aoon at 3:30 o'clock at the re-i-dt.nc
of M H L Pblfer
Deputy ShLrt 8. P. Tboma of
High Spritg wau i the city yester
I a. He was ee route to Micanopy.
heag cened there on business.
Attorwy F. T. Sitb of Alabhua
was a ittor to the city yesterday
He earan own I bhis tourlag car and
-md the trip It about me hour.
UM Mary MeLso of Columbus
Go. Io s te city. a uest of Mrs. P
r. MeCok. Tas bs her trnt visit aon
ae is delfhtd with this section oi
te lute.
W. EllI of Cedar Key was amoni
th Tiltor to the cty Suday. He
caM up to magratulat his nloce
Min Dories LUll on ker success IL
the remst pIao conteLt.
Somas W. Pielding. a prominent
yron attorney oar Olaetn v Fa.
Ma a law partner a Hoa. Frank
Clark, was at the Loo yesterday.-
Taaassee ormina News, 17th.

luIt is l W. A. Eisehart of tork. Pt.. ha
I-a lll, r, g- Il arrived il the city and will hereafter
i &S MlU ll WW.'l, JaL mL. ct as ulet clerk to Capt. A. Psal for
- A. Matr l --Id the thirteeath division of apecal
s t ft ase rI v im, of which Captain Paul b
__ i beei i d e pst 0.4-cltf.
il Dr. B. M. Timo of bronon was
S hasp ed -Muo the vitoln to the city yestr-
h pi01d al o l Ob re*N iday. He has only recently located at
Sa that potat but is meeting with lne
t s P a' writ .sI c -cea In bluiUMt up a lucrative
SIl lry. pra-tce
i lB Warln ad the U I Mrs. M. B. SB adera. Mr. S. 8 I
I 'I M ai tio nLL Pifer. Miss Mauole hutt and Mr*.
SI dys to L tO M. War L Hurufan composed a party hav
Ml d i. Ia g Gainesville yesterday to attend
La Sre9rr ait s- l pr a r the Grand Lode fOdd follows.
YiM -sghtO aI tht S- which Is now ia session at DeLand.
I Sl.rT .- lm0 8. T. hliadareals of Charlestou, 8.
ystrlly. .... hba arrived In the city and ac-
A s fihwer palo--I. T1he 1' cepted a position as day clerk at the
Oil. trealgea. heapet Uai lIrowa House. He Is a young man
ever dvis. A beuehold rem- of pleasing address and will no doubt
a Aert a for 2 year rapidly make friend- amosn the
.f. g. lBtch a High springs wa traveling lpubll-
vitr to the itty yesterday. He Sulpt Gt. I lolg and Kl-ctriciau
prmp lapector of the A. C. L and HI. L Murry.oftihe Gainesilh Gas
ust returned from points south. and Electrk P'owcr Co. left yesterday y
Sfr Orlando. where tlhey will reuailu
iew. 8B.B Roers left yesterday net to d They o to
for the next too days. They igo to
Palatha He wemt to attd atao o
attend the State Cuomenllt-lon ol cl,(-
o the Home Missions board urnte.u
trlc Illht suierlntavudnt-l
will be abiset fuo the next few
Uere and elsewhere on bursnss. (Juing to the runor liug *treAd
% tak- tak- hi.n a. e l l.t iflur iu ti i
N 0 public Iia K'i, arl tii i lati IA)K It-
mT0 M1S tMajor Thoiinia or1n thii'. \\hit. I!oi-,
i f'lP''* 5pe.dter ( ifasli he de.' lfult *li'o utI lo *.:-i th Lt,41.
.ssIlsl. nerv t oest sad lprowtlrs
i latl iaiysalt theallll tlr fo cura or (thiaiiKe tlhe. aii.ig4u'i .lclt I. .M
bI aUtes It *s wr*s- tf-reMfert die
eIt se se An s'. P nt r e Ie l Murra. .lMnager W\\lh lionau
w be shies flow etr I It o a rtala
fIrew esus. ~lm elli ir ur ithe firl I t Ill t I l ll *,, k-
OeeLs oTry r Ite.w I bytrwist o'th r etrbcat priankler AN 1si 134ced I I
&eea* spir oateeitute. TelWlevekae. *& e Adamin AIe -. s -**--. -it N V. ,
L. Adds... AM'4. deal toa ard th eaoufort (oft ldel
tr Las a-, 'ell a Uit,; A M.LilK ti tp ie
i ri hati. \\.U ui GET IN TOUCII umid.TI.ua I. ..l Iu



--I III: -

ies, Wagons
sad All Teams

!I 1 %

G I* I 4410' 1, ,- 1!

* XI. ii iaI sci I. .1
Ie I I &1 1 VA 1. I11' fL. 4 .

I i t l



Growing in Popularity as Well as Increasing in Size.

The Past Record of the WILSON STORE is our Best Recom-
mendation-We Have Pleised Others and Can Please You.

Iresi Seqn
Beautiful del-ign rvrv
daintily nmade-a great
comfort. See them at
s, $1.25. $1.51


For $P value
ticoats a
This value

Silk Pet-
few left.
can't Ib

Values that cannot lie
I1,at. Corset Covers.
Drawers, Gowns and
Skirts. Children's and
Misses' Underwear.

Greatest Embroidery


Of tile -ea,'on-- A delaiedl .-hipmiielit
of Fine Ellmbroidtries. juilt arrived-
should have been here six week.a
ago. To prevent returning the .-hip-
ment the good-i were offered to us at
alout half their value. We kept
them a yu ca reathehm anu cp e benefit.
Fin...- ,i- F..t., i.,i.r4--1 .4l tifnld 0 "il- t-,iiilht
for early spriingL trail. iln i Itii- iro... 1 t, .7
inchl-. and worth 'r*l. T aln' II yard We have
iadl thr'w lot- for yo'ir api1r' al at te, Ur, %e
Thw Ban-* It match til F;'nuning, are sortli .:'3
andI 5.'r. They are in tao lot.k at 19 sd lt

You imay have seen good Eiblroid-
ery value.- but nothing to equal these.
So Taoi i Sm wwow.


Fell From Moving Train.
A young white man. whose name
could not be learned. Is reported to
have fell from a moving train between
Palatka and Rochelle last Sunday. It
as stated that he was full of "bqos"
at the time. but nothing could be
learned as to how badly he was in-
jured. The accident happened u-.-.r
Edgar station.

Marshal Kills Dog.
Marshal Arnow was called upon
Monday to kill a 'manxgie- ls tiuLt
has attracted considerable attention
about the rre-eti. for swteral days.
The dog was 1i(ck and looked as if it
had Ibeen limit( started to death, and
the officer thought it an act of kuid-
Ile'l- to put t out of nil.-.ry

The' Tea-ita.t* r
A little want ad. will accomplish
big results.
Four Salire4 Oin tiuidireIl 'irn- niti~ a
4'.ar.- duiii-,I -'l, d hut ltl i I IKxll < i dJI
*ioti .., to .n i 'ietii .li h AI'i'. at
the Ilrowl n iHill-.
Ihl \\ it a. l.ittle. .Earllv i-.-r- tihe
11 -I known li ill.- a; lld thi te t ill.
t.i ls> .ri r .s t t.o ttk* ;ianl .d t <, hi.l
iid ,itr- i rtain All diiU Lgi.- > 11
Alill l4eI )ilnili.itld thal -iI
Fii e-r(oo)ui tltage- tU r* lit ou ll b k
Adjoiniing rq|iiare. ornlrly by W\. L. i.l(randv, city .aUr lre
tri ( litlcl ,sa'eraice- bath. aid all
ilcdlertri nU ililtis in N A ,II' t teo .Mr.
II II Mc('re-ar) tor Sun iolftio

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