Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01644
 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 22, 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: VID01644
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
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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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Camltf Ui mnhae TMl's Th a m I2. Ilmn.i Is n 4 .. .., ... rI Wl ib tiA Cnlala ft im1 rAM etbftfl

3umulRV uIpuUIC 1 mauma I liLUuur I7iuwiaue
Have Had Sufficient eaning.

TAAI. IASSS;:E. AIril 2I --The,
flrst tilt over the M.ieMullrn. re.-,oliutioiil
calling for a ir-lhibiton c(e viititilin11i
al aniin'lelnt lwa : !i ft.atuire' c'
T i*.( I-.,)i th( S nit'- S .
ator liuckmaniii ( lu\.al andl S.e ,ator
Humlphries of r Maat*e wcre, tlih' lar-
ticlila nt.-.
Senator Iltckmirklnt was ah.e.iit M)m.
a.a wheni tlheI Mi Mfullen l r- tl lt.. :
was pa)t-ed from .-** the engrossing conmmittee-'s re-l'ort.
which Is elquianlaint to Ir.'-li I to third
reading on the (.ltih !ar < ....
he attemnilpted to hat.e the rir-coltitHic,
placed back on second reading on thl
calendar for anr'iiJidneit
In the absence of Chairman .M Mul-
len of the temisranci committee. S, ii-
ator Hunmphries opllOmed such action.
He took occasion to nake a strong
prohibition speech. attacking what he'
Ile the liquor in(te're-t tt throw their cn-

tire strength into Tallaha. .e'e against
Sthe Legislature to defeat the mvea' sure,
and denouncing the methods which
they might upr'. He de- l.ired th..t
they hadl had a 1'ulli hearing Ih-forei
the i.Mople of Florida fn v "*** **-.
Senator Iluc-n:can I', hi aoof fr,,nm
liscutsingl the resolution. tut ninil

Itailed that it -hould Ie,' kept on l-C-
,ind rea.dinii until aft,.r thel public
he-aringii t-efore the' (e rliitt,'e- Tlur
.i1. If S- naitor Ml(Mn.u!en .i o (hIioe--.
Illi. re ,oltioni (c.nl I,le call. d up for
laI-.i.. lt thile S'n. t it,. h- niorning.
tlil .~s n a ilon% ting~ i I i l to nit.r
i.il. I t le. I; icki' ian motion t.% a \i%.i

Senate. iill No.. ::., lhv Mr. 'illi.tnm-.
for reiuilati ,ln oif citl ('ret .(n.ie.ti.-. w ias
taken up a-; a special order. Wood-
mien- ot %\\~rlk. lFarni'rs' I union. Elks.
Knights oif I' this. Randnd IAMi e of
F. and A M. and sulnirdinate ht lKxs.
8Senator Williams attacked the nte-
ar1, ..i rIct s)ocii't alndl referred to in-
sta.t. 1 i. sii I i Uil olde-c lace'
iprotecte-d criminals. "They do not
grasp the noble principles of the s'-
cret so.Hiet It is then that are caus-
ing the present strife growing up Ibe-
tween the 'oung negroiw' and the
w hits. The negroies of today. do not

'-how the respewct to white pe-ole that
StLiir Kratidparent lt did. The hiull. ofi
old l eon have been died ih th th(.
hixlod of whites sLanin by ('rilinal.-
sheltered by the negro secret s.o-lel-t.
SThe bill was referred back to corn
Ilnitte.il to be redrawn with amenid-

Popular Young Actor Is

Slain By Jealous Woman

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Railroads to Discontinue

Issuance of Mileage Books

T n Advance Guard o1 te Conrlei-
toonal Army Has Arrived on Out-
skirts of Constantinople.

CONSTANTINOPI.K. April 21. 12:.1?(
p. m -The advance guard of the
ccsti'itiltional army has arrived on the.
Ol4rk'rt.- of t lhe c!t The rahinl t
'II ,.l i-1 thlis afternioon and Iroclaimn
;ii.rt!:;l Ihlw in the capital.
'Th.i-' l a iiiiai riti.ci of the oath to
tlhe trql ..still in th-, arric on is pro-
c**, litioz. III aI( oie)lL li o e a lth tih de-
iaiellt !- if coi'Fistitutri, li.-t-. Fur-
T h,'lini'rv't. :aiithirs ci th e re''c'ni upris
ini a;r<. Ia iiw- g .llllht lout anld airre-ted
In sonwilt qci;irte-rT it Is ?.eliNeld there'
is incre-asing IM.issibility of arriini at
an ulid.er-tandinga dhich nma re-'i!t i
reconciliation het een the Young
Turkh and the Sultan.
later reports from the S13yrian
coast show radical fanaticism is raid-
ing the %ilayet of Aleppo. Disturb-
ances have broken out at Antioch and
Illerjik and foreigners have taken ref-
uge at the British vice counsulatep.
The British cruiser has landed fifty
menn at Alexandretta. The authori-
ties alpipear to be powerless effectively
to control the situation.
The receipt of the news here that
the American Government had order-
*d the cruisers Montana and North
(arolina to Alexandretta. Asiatic Turk-
-. for the Irote(ction lof Anlericaull. has
brought a senPse of security to the Amer-
icans here and in the' 8Srian coat
i tict uf Me rsliua. lItirut and Ak-xali-
It >as de cleared in official circles
thiits ori:lixg that pI iri'arleurs hei-
I%, ,n tli (l,\Go rnnrini t I:11and the- cc i-
-It tu' :i ,:iii tl i.% |r uiiiii. .sea ttl.
i0 lit I' i- ;:l -u.d Ithit Ith-* urnir i
:iee loiiig r ih i I t- en t i u ithtdra:al
'f tli r'- 111intii ti t \ nil thl- re-
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Angry Because His Stepmother Left
Him to Taee Care of His Half

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Grert Interest in Priaf0ir

TALLAHASSEE April 21.-Superin- bearing by the conutitultkoa ame4
duced by a resolution offered by Rep- ment committee of the Hose of pro.
resentative eight of Marion county, tests to the proposed comstltutlal
providing for a reduction of commit- amendment provldtln for ltatewie
tee, clerkships to five In number, the probhbition on Thuraday. Bihlmes
introduction of a volume of subse- men from Jackaonville., Tam*. Pai
qiuent resolutions containing provl- cola and other ctties of the Stat ae
sons for economy of legislative ex- here to enter protests agalst h est
penes metamorphosed yesterday's tutional amendment for och a pea
.esition of the lower branch of the pose.
'lorida L -gislature Into something of At the afternoon se-son the fo
:s Iturli-sique. which had its Inception lowing resolution was iatroedied:
hoirth aftl'r the House had been House Resolutlon No. 2. by Re Iobo
alliedd to ord..r and continuing so of Buwannee-That the eommttee
hrI -i.lht thi< nmiornitig t-slon. belan on legislative expenses be anstrated
reiw iced at the afternoon session. to prepare a measure rovidla that
The proc-e-dlngs of this character compenation for membus eand
-er. not .stoilwdi until resolutions pro- tache of the House e e t O1r th
vidiig for an adjournment of the $5 per day.
liouse fine die and a resolution pro- Mr. Miller of Lake thaht the reO
hiding for the abolishing of the Let i- lution out of order la that It sbogM
lature had been introduced. The large be a joint resolution.
chamber was well filled with visitors. r. Roberson made a tro arg -
It contrasted very unfavorably with f r of te o
;he inmlres.sile and dignpfed duties of whlb he cited the o at that the me-
nomlinating a united States Senator. r o the legislature of a mber
Horseier rne House got down to ac- of states rewlved much ess, ad that
tual wairk at ::30 p. m. and some good the members of te British parlta
re.,,rlt were obtained. A member of t served wt t pay.
new Itill and reIolutions were latro- Mr. liavis of Madim b- .oedi that
lucred, ile several billb were 4a- the members, whether they ame
vased on the calendar and others the erm the law ofeie or the Imr-
MLg for el canltle establishment, lost money by
Mileage for Member .
e for Mdin the kelaturee. "I am In
Of sil'(lal Interest waf the adop- favor of e omomy, eitlenmm. at
tion of a resolution by Mr. Clarke of am not In favor of fatee emmeomy. I
.Ieff.eron and a subtlitute by Mr. Al- contend that $4 per day is amiln
,.xahder of Volusia .as follow, : enough for any man to come here and
"Wh'ic,-ua. the railroad fare in the give up his business Ia order to do
lSat uof Florida is :1 cents (N-r mile. I so."
th. reform, w, it r.esoleidl. That the Mlr. Il)uxnt of St. Johns said: "The
S. ;:l (i lL .(ir(.s.ln t::- I.w'olle of the State Iould not kick If
: ~ : i u.i > z ; : e! w reui'vi'ed $1 per day, provided we
*r : ri t y ni.;'. :. :ua;!. i:'v. did si)nnething. but tI devote our time
-' :.; .1 i : : i... .. li .,, ar.d e'ne'rla l' to uoch frivolous matters
i' !' ;i ime intt If thi' .i as. w have so fiar today. we are not
I" l ii 1 :, r- niiild to( a eCl-nt' comnliw n aton "
i it I. i ,t..t \, ~: il .. This resolution was lost.
*i '1 L' iii .l i iI i .. I ;i l hl r Mr H:ltc'he-r of ('luiiblii a olered a
.* e ; it liig1 te ;1nli 1 r, ei:ri, re .olut ioni that if the-re, w re any mpem
fII.1 t.he I.Ai il. I irl IIr. I of l i*t rIr nts present who thouxKht $ I sr day
TI !, ll f li.. jisilitor .i;,ii--i-,i i i nmoch i.e0 h't -' I t I l. I. &ni-ltiiur Si, h I i.,;>t. t ;ifT af ,lir o(f thie T.'r honi- ;tind t-tik 'coinoini to their con-
",. I 1 .'- i,. I it I l l a 'r i, .t .t f ,ii i
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Brothers anrd Sisters.

Mrs. Bunch Met Tragic Death.
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Keep your eye on the want ad-
ThI-ro .nay be something advertise
which in of Interest to yoa.

i Iml Ipartiall. iin ithe i hicde The
iist'fir tiilnt- w ll;iIan WI1 aM reale-au.ed
:lll 11 lak-i I"fit hO Il lll-1 4 of I1 W aw .

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D. U. Fletcher Elected

Senator By Legislature



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-1 0 muGg Wge Meet Advan-
; ggg8 y Argienp 3" Pre1 es
^- ~ *-- --'A an

the W. C T. .t exhlbiL held
StL omesmse of Dr. and Mrs. W.
J. Twem Fray afternoons ad
6 m a v W ery d. elightfl aalr.
a& asmam Sa aswiallnag es
de ski* wia numbm Correpemd
Sftm *te M tthe paIOtlags wore
06M GM a* dmr. ThA *were
~ ON ee aU pase with post.
do ef- aga *ang w a hopn.
g AM Imn e amy. They eade
a an tdo pa an of the mpany"
1 t p Iod N to the views
A1 SMfe O p a on g iMirag Mgere
A at M oPmamiet to the
rA gity, ea$ es awembers. was
o fW"20 00 09 do00100e lve'r."
alw M h 8 041i% I .-es Is
Ml. n L wasm A Valry It the
S aUl mImn e d whoes" mlew ald

f to apqw were A emslv ad-

t I Me on a wle of large idhies.

V~ 2U. ~o- Me l. M
wMIn =NNWae aVn: e%68 iand

MAo ot Iat I" ( e oter a
Mkb"W 00IM ao elmf e eDaub

M tig-the eM d eli miu lh a
f the wa M ea dg pealem. f
R IraNm& hen ism were sh wee
o whcM h w er The sMu fterat
On holUst window huie above the
meowy" doEw a gies h gM ever
r O Ml r who, enwith a tempting
M111M I ese hd nad a he the other
were bd dbe l behind her, see-
Sed to be Mog "Peor Kitty .too hr

The Ibl pas painted from a
Smil were efweli done, as
A e aI these ot amum. i aures,
4s .saleals sad marine scenes.
ThAe eMb f pottery was very in.
aL LOarge vases sad pieces of
Vaum0 sorms a"d uses were shown,
Sme of which were decorated with
Ish mat deloate iBowers. lea ve and
ees, al ofCtey. These were made
W Mrs. TOcW m's mother. who was
als a artist, and many of the paint.-
Iats were by Ser skilled hand. The
esibit was entirely compoastd of
home production.
A few portraits of mnusiciani. much
as are given by the luloishter n of Tae
tkude. were introduced by way of v.-.
ribay, as were a nu I'r of other arti-
dee not mentioned in hhe cataloguc.
Resides the paintihwis. nainy choice
pictorial publications waero* in view or,
the table in the studio. hose walls
were hung with pictures. am ere.
those of parlor and hall. Floero
wore In abundance, and together with
Spiano sections, toe afternoon and
evening were passed delightfully.
Refreshments were served in the
Adalag-roem, which was ailo decorated
wih palms, ferns, viles and lowering

Mrs. Tocum has been requested to
yOt this exhibit riday after-
moos ad even, uas there were so
lsay eatoestalnments last week that
ay were usable to attend who de-
slired to do so, therefore the ro'm'. will
he ees rla from 3 o'clock until li
tA the oveninl. at 405 W. Court street.
As admIttace of 25 cents will be
tohe at the door fot the benefit of
the seleatlc temperance Instruction



Meetla eOf P. C. A. Will Se at
Cel. Matheea's p),ces.
A special me'etlng of the, lSnleli for
Prevention of (ruelty to AlLitals hLa,
been called to ume'et at thy otfflc, of
Col. C. Matheton thli alte.rtuon at
4 o'clock.
All members who Lhae lilrged up,
and all parties interested In the
movement. are requested t) attend
this ametla and further this work
Mrs. Ganhels the presldeat. Is very
u mIs that the socelty get doer to
bull*s. sad would be pleaded to
mee say of the eIlIas at this meet-

General Demand
of he WesO-lm ef m the Wead h
lr hem o ir a simple, pmeasat ad
efrirout liqd laxative remedy of boom
vwml; a laxative which lphlbyitas ea
eartioa for famlty mse beeaue its eO-
pown part k a km to them to We
wbhoEomae ad tardy wbeefisi h iloee
seeptable to the rsytem sad gentle, yet




We uppeeed to Have Seen the
Work of Inoendiary-Occurred
Ab-a b 0%09--A

irotpt, in actija. MU I ui-Cec.
In Muplying that dmand with its e --
erlent combination of Syrup of Fig ad C. W. Mlclklnahl. one of the e\te.n
Elixir of .'ena, the California Fig Syr" p ive tnrcker of Rork Point. a a- .
Co. pmuede along etBhical Hs ad d Mi e heavy loe"r by fire on Tuesday night.
o lthenrits ofthelaxaltive for itmsr the amount being 2.on', or more. with
sbde ssese. I no insurance. when his han and all
1Ta is one of many r.amn w i "ts contents were burned to th,
rp of FiP and ElUizir of Senm is give grod
the f by the Mr. McDonald. who reildes In thi.
To g is enal e Wneetscity was not aipprised of the fact un-
To pt 'U ,~ t il Wednesday morning, when he went
dt g-li --... mt l d tbL O out to view tl loss and make the
ola Fig ylW Co., edy, I ar d aI necessary arrangements to get his
by ad ladi6n bugPhI.fty i-- y plows to running.
pr btle. I He had Just put away all of his
e nvass. consisting of about 4.000
A PLIASANT OCCASION. yards. and besides this the building
-i- wes filled with feed staffs and Impl-
1Me-dam- c D a d Dell entertain meats, the entire list being a total
on Last Thureday. "g
Oe of the largest attended social The tact that there had been no
fmetleas staee the close of Let was *re about the place and the hour dur-
giem by Mdam IL M. Itts. J. M ,la which the are occurred, lads the
DL Jr., T. Dell at the lovely owner to the belief that It was of In-

bom ef Mrs. Davis a last Thuriday
altmree ftm" 4 to 6 o'clock.
Media e W. M. Dkto ad J. L
MeS received at the frot dw,.
wM la Itle Mis Waunetta Davis re-
edalv the eards from the gets a
thr set*ed the handsoily de--
rated parlors. In the receiving litr
were MeIdmes Davis. J. M. nad
8. T. DeU ad Mrs. J. Maxey Dell. 8r.
The honored of th;is eceptilo wre
MIose) De& Weeks Btarke. sit4r :.
to Mrs 0 T. Dell. and Miss Cro
Uddoa of Ocala, a sater of Mrs. J. M.
Dell. Jr.
Mrs. T. P. Hay and Mrs. L C. Lynch
Invited the guests Into the dining-
room. where a lovely course was serv-
ed consisting of lee cream. cake and
chicken, together with ninlaturen
nests of eggs. while the bonbons re-
sembled eggs In white and green and
wa In all a very unique combination.
The decorations were moat elabo-
rate. being ferns and pink roesI in
the parlors and il the' dinin room
lovely green ferns and Easter li;ell-.
the Easter Idea being carried out
throughout the entire house.
Mesdames Harrold Arnold anid \WV.
son Porter served the cream. assii-t
ed by Mesdames Sydney Rolertcor
and J. A. Etlel and Miss Ida Ilur-!lhi
Mesdames T. W. Shands. E. A
O'Neill. W. L Floyd and J. K. Futich
invited the guests fro, the- ditnugK-
rcw)li to the piunch ronom, where de'-
liriz.i fruit uJnrich iti.icl. fIql.l t:;.-
'.fl-l I;ht-d i d # Iro k" oili'" r ari'.
A as .-Itr, ,.l 1,i t%-,.s u ll. \;i% i V
v,l' r. A i .i S, .a r::ittt ..: ,d I.' i .- (',,!
I !(ii Ii.
.10 lC w .o'- fu ri.a-held ? Mi T.' .
nora Vidal and V.eawrsr K.- atd lnd IO
Uitt h.
You hh would inut 1''lay under any cir
cunlbtalncl('. Iin (.e-4' uof kidtir.% and
I,ladde'r troulilh You olciuld t;ak.'
roHllthing pron ii'itl tila. t \,b. kit o i
reliable soin tfhini g lik II. \VWitt- 1 ,i,
ney and Illadder P'ilhs. 'I'li,. ari un
equaled for weak back. hackache. In-
lammatlon of the bladder. rhurnmiatic
pains. etc. When you ask for De-
Witt's Kidney and Iladder Pill. bx-
sure you get them. They are anti-
eptic. Accept no substitutes: Ilislt
upon getting the right kind. Sold by
all druggists.
Prm Peorto Rice.
Oliver Shaw, formerly of this coun
ty but for the past few years located
Ia Porto Rico. has rent The Sun a
copy of The Porto Rico HRvle. pub
lihbed ti s an Juanl. It is a ee-kl)
publication containing twlnt)y pages
book form. alth coulor.d -or. r. andl
the readiun matter i" *st n In '
I':liKshl ald 4 p:tnwtIh. it, I nIoait. r II,
I'nigllh i on otne IagKe being irrduce.d
Mlit $i'ai-oih uil the. oiI p.-| i .IKe

"I hate beitl .tmlll'e rI la (,ii t,
IkMan' s It -gul (ts gA&; ju.tt tIr, r -uit
desired Th1. y art uillih arol r. uI
late the bowling I.lorfe< 11 (; org
II. Krau.e 2i>ti Walnut A toon aI'

cendiary origin.
There was no
building or any of
the los will prove a

Insurance on the
Its contents and
heavy blow to the

0 0Reward.
I will pay the above reward for in-
formation that will convict the party
or parties that set fre to my barn on
Tuesday night, destroying all that it
contained. C. W. McDONALD.

A Knocker
Is a man who can't see good in any
person or thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. It you find that
you are be,lnning to see thing
through blue spectacles, treat your liv-
*r t'J a g(Kod (clean cut i roces a iT
Ilallard's H'erbine. A sure cure for
constipation, dyspep- la. Ind ge-tion.
biliousness, all liter, stomach and
bowel troubles. Sold by W. M. John-
Reach's 10 Guide.
Re'ach official Aimerican LeagKu
(;,tide for 1 o:*. publi-nheld hty A.. J
HReacih ('Collmlpa of i'hiladel.-lhi, i. alld
**dited by .jlr. Franclis ('. Ird,.:.-r. ,of
S"Sportiing L.iI '" is out. rand i.<. a:- .
ual. first in t!.*e t. !d. thu- i:!;ki!g it
lat hatl it r ,of th.* hl.>- ,i.oil a. .0- ,tl
i t.. ltl w ith t ,ll !lU l ..
l c.ii I!'.it *, 1 I I t .* .L:1 ii: I ,' ,' Ii
(li sI5 of lTh 11 it (;;l"i!- h ',\i. I 'elt

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tlIaut ty of tli, nl:r.l .i : .
thu L '. ,ri l t '. T. i' i '
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oa iet. nioi rec-. I 11' L i
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to the Aln .ritiani l.agti .1 ;, 1 t, itl
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of lh' A ric'T an L.ai t ,.. .nu th,
.at. N c r-tih ienhti-e % lUIle l 0 \or of it.
jIueli action a- .a A iemk of re< irni As114
r,.f,-r<-,.ic' for the cnltire ta..i-'-l,. Il

Eminent Authorteies Say
That out door ex,-rcie is niee-de-d b)
the .\r,.'ti( 'iin p c'i l l Tl.at' all ,.r.r
.-ll Inh.t lh, .ot n *'iop!*' V ith r t; unia-
timrn follow thitr adovi'e? ic Th' anniaer
is very ailimle' u.-e' illilard s Snou
L intue'nt nujd the rhi ulniat. Iln wil]l gi
hIt l% I n u ) ai .I.t AltA t(;4-
iuli k and p ri-r .t.a i t r II. f fiolm,
rho ,"llhuI.A l-1 lI '1u1i,.t lA.1. b' i k
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As Good as Hei Word
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te ci ti<,0 I .e ;,.- 0 r .., cc I k b k
lie' lice i I I,, r g''..e i I: Pl. I h i'e
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Impossible tobe Well
It I imp ible1~ tfs tv v-:11. iinil,-,s~l~l, i'r th.- bowels are
~n.i~patcd. WIt'n* p. .,;.J I4U. ):.iL~ct-~. musit
swimovd from the I' 0 0 *'' c'*' c':a. 't there' will 1-c
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Fire, Life and Accident ,

1886 -MAKE THE- 1909I

Your counselor in rerence to Land Titke. We dire to give our customers
the advantage of the service to be ared from a complete Abstract of Title
Plant, mnch a we have. Our eco~nb are up to DATE.

The Alachua County Abstract Company
B. 1:. ('OlOO I'Pre-i.li..,t. R. C. BOWEIRS, S.< -Tr as.

G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retailers iad Jlbber l

Staple and Fancy Croceries

Graiq, Garden Seed lid Fertilizers
HIghest market prise paid for Chickoen Eggs and oth- Produce.

A ompleto stoek of Hay. Corn, Oats. Flour. Bran. -4al. Cottos
See Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very eat goods
Mt Loweat Prlceas ad guarasta *Irsfteetc- always.

SYour Opportunity!

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Tbhe unal symptoms of Scrofula are enlarged glands of the met.
iares ad ulces on the body, skin afections. catarrhal troubles, weak
e V and general poor health. The abherited poison. transmitted through
t blood, pollutes and weakc this utid, and in place of Its nutritive
qualities flls the tcrculation with scrofulous matter. which aps the vitality
of the entire system. Thousand of chlldrn, born with a scrofulous tLlat,
have spent their childhood in constant physical suffering and grown to
manhood or womanhood bhandlcpped by ill health and stunted growt'.,
and perhaps later some diM of the bones or joint deelopd. 8. a. 8..
given la their earty life. would have prevented this. It would hav
deoanAl and purifiel the blood of the taint, nourished and stengthened
their systems. and assisted each to grow into strong, healthful mnnhoo4
or womanhood. .8.88. s the very bet remedy for Scrofula. It goe
down to the bottom of the trouble, and cleanses the circulation of all
scrofulous matter. It supplies the weak. diseaMse blood with strength
and he.lt3-buildlig qualties and under the purifying effects of this gre.-t
remedy all svrrptomri of Scrofula pass away.. 8. 8. contains no minerals
in any form. and is an absolutely safe treatment for children, even infants,
r persons of any age. Lierature about Scroful and a ny medical avice

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Friday and Saturday Wi'l Be Heavy
Days, as The Weekly Sun
Will Be Out.

oo Yoa Gt p NE TRm SERVICE
Withl a Lam* Bac? OVER THE COAST UNE
EIU TnrWi Nason Tet sII Cen.
Almost -eenem knom of DrM. Kilmer' s .
Swamp-itoot, the great Lksdu. liver slid
t, bladier rimeJx, t.-
-J I cause of it rentark fED THE FIRST OF MAY.
a i lt h.elth trtloriug
J irolicrtle-. ?.w'a piil- -
rR^./ L ]R, ktut tulnrlls aln l,,t
X .e -t ulti lls an O:-t Parties Visiting J.~cksonvaiie Car
1 ",in ri.u,,-t.-,m. Spend Almost Ent.re Day
-4 u it in ti e I L. L.l-
1 e- I. l". la'.e r rin the Metropolis.
S| ~ aind ever% 1'art of the

The i rtence, d i. (i f li.- gr. t ;i 'rr cts t-l .,l. tv to
O'leratic oelt.t a A;- etll.at. r ihno water and .ali'l pi:Is" in pas tig It.
tlr.ii '.'.J ( +- r t(,x(l ear ,le ct' -t, f*llo-in' us ..,- f li-n,,r. twu re
thain w- .'\p(tl d ;nild ini all th.r cir beer. and ovcrco a! si ti.t uinile:;iit
we.re la e -.nt> 'l ie.'. atlt;ii.t ,.. nc-ce.i ty < f I>,-:i: t-'n.a+.p? I tI .,, oft: -
lnominatl d in the1( cont.st. through tite 1i iy, antl to get uip uainy
times during the night.
T1 lr prize-, offer1,d are all ve,,ry Iret lSwamastRo t is not recommended for
i l am ,i *\ji i ti-. the' pianos being everything lbut if you h'ave kiducni, live..
the' c. I lra;e.il \'. tlia -. d th dia- or bladder trouble. it ill l full Ijust
Sthe remedy vyou neel. It has been thor-
ion I .r n carat,. of oughlv teste"l in private practice. and has
t he Im'-t eni!aht1. ,, \' u (.:'* gto to proved so successful th.t a special ar-
%ork ki:,wi in II tha: ioeu w ill l, w.e 11 rangKment has been madce by which all
pail lfor the i. tile aand troi.hl i; au readers of this paper, mb. have no taI-
,hold fri intw n ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
.-hold h.rv' a 'tits.enr. ent fret hy mail. also a book tUlling
As. hl.i,- ,e-,- 1 ;'tl ii I. n.D.c :";',1 .t Swallp-Root. itia hbow to
nt at.ille l t e ,- findoutif you havc ki I
ducont..lt ill bI t, lh I;.gts,.t e ..r oi.- neyorbl!atler trouble.
du.ctfd II thi.i . an 0t4I tIh ,' .i\ I lat1 tie it.(ll : Ildie readingl thiib ','-ner,"i s a
from te coiU lit r' :are-. l. living .- (" I ia~ offer' i nllthis -'.i'r a lt
Stet. lrne. a"- lOatl it ill ,- ..e.....,il send votur address to
* tet rl Dr. Kilmer & o, n .. .*-..k.-.
FVllowin i- II. li-i oI emel.'iniatisoi.n- Binghiist. n,. N V. T1' regular lifty-cent
:uid thel %:I th,-'\ sIlo-, l Ia 1 t. *-. ail ont.-4t llar size lxettlet are sold by
'-t-rel.ti aftl.-iI.l al t ,xh.k all ciruiggpt. I)ut't make any mistake
but rememlewr the name. Swamp-Root,
Gaineaville-Central Section. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ai-
Mli.-. Kate I)aughtrot. ..... .-. s Bghato N.., y
:,!is :. .., t ..r r 1 '
.i I ca e (c ,i sois .... 1 1 s arri, PI'erry. ............ 11
.I t.-s- ('aIthiue hail'k ....... 1 1,,
t1-- Nell If a' .r .............. 1
.. s E t- H .1 I ... i ltc-i e Ilil. .. .. I
.M lis l.urtri iarr l i...t. n .l., 1

.M. .M ildred McArthurt.. 4- NI i i-s. (le Ie hri('ncg..t ....... OHNI
hMiss athsslie King............... :'
Mis-.s NMIargurlte( L.eo-d tter EL.ern a.J ouhern Gst,# st.
I..s- Nnora Stall- ... .. .... .. j l 'a i Z e. elthle. .
.,Iss S.it' Silips ............ Miss latile Jenrings. Hch.ll 1
Ml-S Mihlrdr< M( Arthi1r. .. .. 41",,

Siss Marion F utc ........i Mi- I.u'le r' loea('(tita icanop l;I
'MIs. .Is.tsi KEi aii... ............ M. Alic. Strickland. W.'ldo .
Miss Mar rIel t Sadle.r.r .. : t Eal.ern tta' En uhern i.Taitina t.
MIhi- Pearl Sital.- Mis-. Patties rour. che'lle' I.::''
M io.. larl Sik,,-. ........ I::, .Mi.s AKIl,.S Z,.tnrrclc.r. xh.ll,... -,,
Mi.s.- Ioonora Vidal M.... I .lin. Mlamte llailey. W'aldo ..... .-,M
MllisN .MI ra Swe~.irint n 12', .Mi- l.ora Ml('nCrdie- .Mit.ainmpy -,i
Miss Mary Fcern.lanlr z 11. .I Mis. Kinma KaEtenza. Waldo. 1.
Mi?-- Ida Mel eanalI 1l1I Mi .e wel (oduin. Ila thoria 1.-
.Miss Ella Ills. .. 11, Mi.- MN rtl. Ilamnnondic. iHaw-
IL.s. Wianifrn d I' .Ii !: th r ..................... I
M.1 1 t (Cladi\.- N rlan Mi. Fantnie lI'irkhlna .. I1'. 1Mis Ei'l a Staf. Waldo ...... lI:.
lMi:- l..-.ie. Ke.ll,.. .. I M i.-. l lliot- ttle.dale.. ilasthorun I,.
Miss ;,"erorgi: Snow.l(t ish I' Mi. s AlPauline Carlton Mleano|l.% 1'i
.li-,, Alm:a F-viincll 1l" Miss. L. Sande.rs.. Hawthorn ... I.
.' I s Nina ('ellaCI .. ... li Mi-- lt -ie' Wa\ t-. llawthorn I1'.
Mi.-s MIaggK i Fa ain. lil i 1 1 i' ;..t l' : Ii-ii. T" Atoila i.. 'I
... .. .. .. .. \;I ,{i ,' \\'ii. r \\"'.. ,,. 1

Wi.tern ai.d Northernt Secticn.

SEE OUR ,,, ,'. ,r.,,, -
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-NEW ".!- "- I ^'- -
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White Mountain



Solid Oak


Also Agents for the


Cooper & McKee


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'111i14t. nct% s 54 he ultl u '1. L It I- I .),^ too-l
Ili& arranitii. It milllis-olo-r atf-ilc dariv

t114 S 1111141. 1 111.1111 1im. .1 ill t I I, 14 q f '
the' iIhIBIIilet issuashe If aaaeiN It a'. jireepease
d tuoestart this P-or' Ict- wa I. -r iii
sreuitih trains-a rte-takeii off. m hltch
s lil l b teaboutMay ".Ator -eeaeit' iasM-
the 're'aheeet?..
There' it, nuot thing dc-Ainiti aliouit INe
arrazagenirt-n of the' 241e(1151. ef this.
t..'r'a ice. tout it is uiatlersto.tese that tit#.
train foer .lacksi eillot will It a I%- -Oc:la
-ii.. tit #; a. Ili and arril'.e at .Ii(e k on
%i at e.t114 Lw I a.la i F r I the' re-i 'aria
trmo th*- tiucias v Ill laea','Jsc-ksoenea'ilkt
at 4 o(ciiwlak it aIaIielarrifiv hert-
Ii ea ijlt t a e 1.'I 11A *I.i q "
I t' % I a 14 I4 .1100 d1-aa14 I l -I ) a I *I- sotx
I Il 4-11 i s tt~i' e t t- aI % II II- L: j'-1111I t e too Ro
*ikid evi'auie'at lltbr. %,I r m" 1 lelas4; l~-
otiltq. and %%ou~eild e' Ilie. ine-ailA (ofee l :Id
hiti. a t.1.ali
alotim the l itii.'. It m iil] I reele ia'eia
hi lUunt-ficial to 1 artles t haxt A iI Laf.e
hetasinvis.t. in Jacksoniia'. tl a. :- it % ill
L~'et .tlmol. iltte- e'atirt- e.%iiv 'era.
No ot either trails ltu allIl.ift.*e, of If%

thi! m-riit-i oc,.pt N L, .:-I ll'i :".,
'.e hit-li art' the rv-islda r 'a'. l it r I tourist
I r:11 111 a I l't'( % It it it illII I sm II .
lecact-d ll l Cii~is,.eit-0 eK'. 5.edE'i
That lit tIs- rain-, %alIII llaci'd lits
vrolie te* ho-ra' t.,hard ailly dmilot lboot
theit- e-xac-t m. heul.h, h.a Beet Ie.'.'g
agreed u u Th cit IZelis eef4;ii,
tile are inajest-birdto Suioslrintotindstiet
%It Art hur feor 4 at lit- has done Ilis
their tee-isall to s.e'e-tire' a fizt i-t-las.il
.-er'. ice till aind! cc'.o? el haioreit % It
kolil xiii g l tiaret-o-tiiams lotilf, te cu A: I %t
looac lof 'aq-gI a1A lIt-. al 1,i ;t:tI., fl. I t 1a1n .a
aen'of thin'r.if lei-. diel -hoietae-rui
'.' all Iiiad it 'je ilI e 'saeielt

Card of Thanks.
I (I oes ir.- lee e-f;erve-s i-%as. I bc 'k to)
r.i ists, '.I- a ~lot.t, I. a- c-- ii

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Science Helps Them Out After Reck-
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Our fith in ie surIr F remi
qu ie s ofi Rzal '93'H ai Tero
im o IM tag we prci br teo rm
yan moaey-widotquemius er q-
if it doe not do w hat wdei wi it
B-cme it corntai Rroa=, Betd NpJ0AL*
s amrp. Boam. lycem sd Aklnd--' M K
g Read4 1 @9 393 Hai Toie d
iea eradicate tihmr Mlat ir *

rolt mp sa msr pre~ s la b-e lI iMa L
Me sad meam r bdiese3scl M *B

can u l~-~-~ ate our s ir e pds d M I d1 I-.
s...a prison houd t Im abe fe Ius I RSI '


Corner o ast hMdin ind 'anion St r.eet

Repair WIOng Made. provem.nt which Adent Tench ka.
YoUu r maize dwAwe we wmad Jo w bacp

c.umwbr whas ie played on the I n working t wscompll a It w
round and reUaIlrs re now Irt n t@tery unable the r a to hane

mad,. to the larK< Ilatform I1ace of great volume of freight btesines.
the A. C. I up-|town frel iht deiot.
This. ha beron a muh-needed Iat ann "Want" a4a. htaP rAN93
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W !,,.1 ::! i' .. ril 1.tl. If you tWO t SS,: 5 C!ni ,AND S. to

J. W. u\ cCOLLUM. I .
Corner at M;ni: ind Union Str.eet

Repairs going Made. j\rovenaent which Agent Teic ha
L.umb er has be.en laced on the Iv working t: accomplish an It wir
ground and nroairs arte nowr t.llgt etter enable the rMad to had i f.s
made' to the' large' platfornm skeaCe of great volume of freight business.
the A. C. L uje-town freight depot.
This has been a much-needed Im- 1"n -Want" ads. bru rwlW

Our Mail Order Catalqj

Fcr and luo 1909

L- -i::!io, A ni 15th. If 013 dv'-ire a opy

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meaftembe"a Iraft"W fiestieeb.er

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A" -m i The IrebUm bill lea

VI IrWeil at b w4

al om sto gias. Tle Atla ta

ftOO" no* rea f Imo a liveh"
Ip C. H a now on trial
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SIM tie isaaniaty pl.

-ao e la cAirme of the arramha
-I boatd t ~tly is at a vemato
t t em th streets asuro adsl

school ouIIuI tln Inte.r-

LoJ bills of minor lnilLortnc- ar
O A Ik ev Oidercble theat Gaof
S rilt mer tuiy solid. UKtl

p. ermrkilng that afty4hree doo.
Sto'bwa tho gradte. The Atlan ta

eavs md rm for your lives."

Capt. Pet C. Halas is now on trial
at FlUshlag. N. ,t Iar the murder of
William r. Anas la st August. The
deembe will se the insanity plea.

Those Lu charge of the arrange'
atmets could scarely tlect a more
inviting place for the' aual Uanioni
Bbleth school outing than Inter-
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Local bills of minor importance arv'
taking up considerable time of the'
Uialature. In bhim, as mage (oler-
sor Gilkhrist mnade mAsely mugge tOuT
a tohbow this waste ouf time can lbe
avoided in future.

Pierre D'a Pratt hab crasm-d the puib
location of his Plant City Advanice
because of Insufficient support. In his
vaiedlctory Editor Pratt a)a., "-uome
newspaper men retire with 'reluct,
aee' but we retire with ipleaure.,
as we have so sympathy for anything
that is a burden and exiwse.-"
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The Wlacoasin Legislature ba. kill.
ed Ihe "long sheet bill. blihb rt-
qilred that all hotel and boarding
houses In the State bsould furnit
ch of their bwed with two beets of
a minimum length of eight feet. say
The lavaaash News. It loag sheet.
ldividual towel and long-shirtrtail
bill could be gut through all of the(
leglatmre. the demand for cotton
the South's great crop, would b.- con
slderably stimiulatedf

The influc'-e of vorks of ficionl
upon the moral and hite-, 1 dual ch ia
acter of chlldrIni i. nt jii .;t rutli
clenil)b ry. t'toi d t,. ,je niil." If II
we-re greal-er i a( wouvlild I.w horhia .
to the1 cla U Of u1 ek ,all.Ai e. td III i t ii
beuLi- it is not ir-ian4ar) that e ,ri
book should bhas. thisI iaaii pusi
some btot If rthe ,Ic ;L .t' I)t of i 1 )11
drSu is l o twb re ...i il t, rs l.eck
with a bad mural itiil or Ugge s(tibe
Ies 10lU be eaulude-d It this .Age
of abundant literature', god. bad and
ladiff ret., t is uw difficult malltt
to provide our homes lth r hat is both whEl-ssoe and natertaLi
AIS. id of high literary quality


en ina Fit, l.11 111 MI t f i r t to. i 1 .
to the c'cx-tutl\' off1c (,. of iiU-' IntTe
national Trade I iaien- i I c :,. r '
1940S. and from tOhw rel.'i .. : Jith, .1l
the follow IIIKnl if laornao :
Illackarnith.. 'so Ier c ii.t utii.lllo\Z
ed. thosm enCllt.loed a\.eragKI ;lbout
four dat.s a we*.k. carl-nLttLer. o i-ir
coInt un'-niploj e-,t'. <'igar li;ak. r- 1Ii
per cent unemployed. c('olrni-rcial
tele-grapaers. :S3 W'r (cet-nt uuint-'iloec4-d.
freight handler. .e o pe-r cenit uuniin
played, hod carrier and building la
borers. 3u pI'r cent unemployed.
butcher sorklcun. 40o Ier cclit uncvui
plowed, tobacco ork.ers, wocrkingc on,
two-thirds tlin Iron moulder'. ,,
Ipr ccnt une-mllilol-ed.

That .N\- YoIk juid- wAhti w.t11 i
a )oUInig prl.- ih.r I tI, oi g, Ii !,$i I *.
charge d l% itl tih ft l, t' i., -', ti Atll
thing until h tie h ai i ; i .
of a rIallaro.dI 1IIs' I, \ '. .I
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Be'tte-r0*iry m. --n'I --AVI r I i' pf I-tIIv
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Davis & Oliver

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I,. ru ot i,)' til,,h,,! r : f I.
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saterlaK ..1 i c Ia' li 1e .' to
II1n id I'l I I l.4 'l f w i 1 I,.l I..
a few nuit to Ipracstic.al 41 ,win Ih.
greater part of thII. iailrc a-l !-i. lii
of the cuunnr)

la't there something h bch only a
W Wadt ad. ma d for you today


I the te of living increased 47.4 The 1vintvor throwing ,f cold ai
SairnI dati (he ten )-,ars of the ter on the' irli;u att r.i.,f.atrrtltn i
Diaty tariff between I 14 and I1l,7. Tallaha-.,v---< a, ~ *-d h, f-icti an IW
hew muerb mre will It cost the aver t.r.na Frank (Clrk aTid I;'.".no A
ai family to live ader the taril bill *"a\iindr-c,, T.I* Tnie I ,arn-i is .-r
w before Congres? ^oin:* ndarl.. -ave he Tamnil, Timen'
SThts s a problem in tariff art'h.n* Thereo I. 1,n r.-aon for a a i il-espr.e
tie for the public to think oter while nIrtlon sabou t the' matter It is pe
Congress is preparing to pas the bhats aiprlue*, to liken Frank Clark t
I Payne bill with a few minor change a I1i- mwlr shichl hou ld 1e' car.full
The Payne bill. after revision by the Insulated so that It tIgorou u currc.r
SSeate Plnanee Committee. is admit- should not leak upn untin.,lv occur
' todly a advance In rates over the lon or at dangerous point-. In thl
IDagley or present tariff law. Just connection it is pror to a. that th
how much of a advauce. not e %e\ the Invitation to Mr. lRrvn to address th
Republicans know for a certainty. Legislature was not due to the (Clark
The Inrease over present rates is nrcident at all but to a d.te'rminatio
estimated all the way from 1.44 to 1.t long since reached by the hod% t
I per cent. The exact incr -ae cannot hae% the advantages of Irnin's elhu
be akow until the last adulrlsrtra- dalon of the r aran,t.ee hank la'
tve feature of the bill has betn inu which is Iprta,|oeid to intrtirce Ian
I corporate. which will probably be In 'nact.
the few mlante Juast preced in t"e If Mr. nryan accepts the Invitatlo
P*a e of the elare. he could safely ignore entirely th
To usaerstad what the real mean- Clark Incident and confine himself
lag of an increase of tariff rates over chlofl) to the topic upon which th
the Dingy l law is to the consumer. Legislature and the people of Florid
the record of the *eet of the Dingley most desire to bear him. He ua
tUart io Latereastln doubtedly will recognize the fact tha
D 's C -mm'ret- l Agecy iha for the Clark-Alexander scrap is a little
Irn hept earer track of price of tally afair which can be settled a
te ommodltlI which are of geeral home.
dtly eoumption. The cost of living
lcareased 47.4 per ceet during the The Government has done right in
tea yue Of the Digley tariff pre refusing the request of the Russial
editg 19. What cold be bought goveranmet that Pooren. the revolu
tr $2.45 t July. 1897, cost $1l79 tonary retfuee, be extradited, and hb
I Jue. 1 The ri wam steady is now set free after being In prison
d Igr al. for nearly eighteen months. Maa
White wel dlrt the gru period of the methods employed by the reve
lmar Id momsally 18 per Wcot. the lutlonary party In Russa n their des
east of lvigt lcreased 29.4 per cent operate efforts to secure liberty man
is advaa,. of waes. be repugnant to our American idea.
TheI Itttcal Abstract of the VI'- but the coditdlons In Russia are
tdi ttes hows th efect of the uch as could never exist In this coun
Dioaley law ne various commodltles. try. and that makes a difference. The
In rding each of the following com. Russian government. though by court
parlsom It should be borne in mind tesy called civllied. is nothing but
the present tariff bill materially In- a semi-barbarous organization ruling
creases the Dlaley tariff: by legal murder, rer.esilon and ig
Breadstuffs costing 1oo.5)I in 1i norance Therefore any r.leque, t 11
oat 1s.14 In 1947; meats costing make's for the extradition of men
17.05 In 1law cost $9.94 In 1907: dairy whom It has goaded into rebtlllon by
and garden costing $7.87 in 1894 cost its cruel Ity is not likely to be honored
$14.46 ln 1907; other food co.tlin by Ame'rica. Identicallv. and yet very
$8.;3 in 186 cost $!*.'2, in 1!;t7. Cloth sugge tiv'ely the rc.fural by our (ov
ing coatingl 13.0 In 1 i'e; cot $20.10 P"lern.met to deport Pouren Is a .shari
in 1907; metals costing 11:.23 in rI!e; rebuke- to the Rus.lani
cost 17.3.2 in 1,7. miscellaneou -
Items costing $13.52 in 169 cost Deafness Cannot Ie Cured
$1'.24 In 1 W7. By local a; ll.'ation. as they can
"The lncreasce of the coat of we-ar not reach the. di.-ea.=ed iprtlon of the
Ing apparel and foodstuffs under the *.ar. The-re is only onel way to cu~r,
Dingley tariff was gradual and dl.Harifltsa. and that is h1 Fon-titutiona.
steady.lsaid Hon. Jrames M. Grahanm r iniedies. l)afeat i. is c3u.-d Iby an
of Ill lnk. iis a nalst r tariffR r,'. 'h lintani-d conlitiion of the. nuco.m, lin
In the HouaeM r-ccntly. "Fiure., Ispak I"aK of the Eu-tachiun Tube'. When
eloquent? of thei ahmolute-ly a~ci.iiltifi this tulbt I if intliaind )u hav' ,.
nmannr an atie !i the orkiinoni i, rumniuing .e;ind or tii-rf' rt t I. ariniji
wag,.es ar. rcd clr e.d in fact. allhotig- and a hei ait i- e nt lrl ,tir ely (o-. li1 :If
the u itlic.'. ha:ti Ie* -n atl. to ,o>ttailn .a ne s Is the r -uilt andl unil- s lith- it,-
slight nornhial ii < r.a--. Thli v K o. rItat1III aton & .:1 1 taU.lln ,ut ai 'd t(il-
the la rr (I % c lnt 4 ith ilon- handll"l rb r "to". "d4its nori .al nd* ; :..
land take 4; c Intit frofmi hi.u with thll ha'.r!ig ill be d.-tro, d for. .. r.
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The o siiele ion of !.Il'r ati tl;e' c- i(f ) I ':rrth. h. h 11 1., 1 1.a ,L I t .tl .:1
Il ;i' -clil t :... .tl ll t (. th ," I.'* l ,,.
ten ov :ir-' op rataiu of the' 1l:. 1 'urfu -
tariff was he hho tat a nleeltlh of t! ,. ; ,~ li in r. 1 1 ii r-
p aiI'i : r t* rit f the co .:, (ir *ti ec ':i of d. (: 4 .ri 41 t.
iat ih.t' otflic(. of Foriil.*r ..1. c.rc t; ca~ i rf a, t it I r c .ii.ic : t>*. < lil. ,l I.
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t-.hl tr.tiie: L lI'I1-';I:. .f Pulln.t ii t 'lLb 'Car. Obaeratirw tn Car awl
I"llinnti Ill.iK (Car .e w(, tn Je.r.e-. City and St Augustlil r Pull
Iitlit (' tipiitrfl t I.it I a blet1 l ic.'tl Jrrbt-y City and Palu Itacb
1ullrianl l'rali>s Koin tlfe*wprs between Jersey City and
Kaight s K. and Jcr.e ('City and Miami. Leave Bt Augustine
12 15 p ni and Jacksonville 1:25 p m daily except Sunday.

eor full Information and loping car reservations call on
, v Aent aboardr. er write L C. OVYLSTON. Jr. Asistant
General Passenger AgMt, Jehsem hlga, lb
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to to *,\ r.iliinti i .d a i *;it,* ;aI ninlumb r
for the' illf* n-e'. helie it isn expected
t";' t it ;. ill ri'.etltire' t% i dael.iv or more,
to, suhlnit tlhe l* id.i-n ill the c(.lse to
the judge.
K 'llI y is char.d i it th* k kill;'i
of Officer Sellars at I!,%"i 1'pritnes itn
1: iIt arid al idason I. 1 l;htrged as aid
II:g aid alx'tiing iii lthe mnirrder.
Owing to the buslin'-e .standing of
one of the defend lnt the c ase will
attract c4n mlderahle attention. and a
large delegation is exilwected to be
present from-High Springs.

Rice planters of l.o'lslana haM.e
been attracted to the Everglades and
are planting expwrimental crops there.

The fourteenth annual convention
of the Florida I'. 11. C. is to he held
at St. Augustine. May :. Mrs. I II
Railne of Savannah will lw a guest of
Their 111ma11ny c itit autionall anl.nd-
ncllits tlireateied ill t l, lA iolsatlur.
I adI Thl T Tampa T ii.ul- to ad\lcCct*e
a eontitutinal c,'.\ untion for niak
ilng 11' hol.I tIhin: il. r laLttil

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Recklete B cyclists Pay No Attentin

SGI to Pedestrians Along rast
AaI hul Auvinue.

By Lydia E. Pinkbam's
Vegetable Compomd
Ilarndtown. Ky. I suffered from
ul,'er:.t i'nt aid ct'.,er femntlete rcublelsfcr
a lolit tilW,'. Ik .'-
tors hald I:ileml tto
h,.Ilp nim. I.vdla E.
Inlkham' n' 'geta-
M be ComI H114l aild
^ rceconNiu tuled. and
II dec t I iddto try it.
A P ^ It cured mytroulile
Sand m;ade me well
ai:d strong,. that
I can do all myown
work." Mrs. Jf-^
EPHi HALL, Bard&-
town. Ky.
Another Womma Cured
Christiana, Tenn.--" suffered from
the wor3t form of female trouble so
that at times I thought I could not
live. and my nerves were in a dreadful
condition. Lydia E. Pinkham's Ve e-
table Compound cured me, and made
me feel like a different woman. Lydia
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound is
worth its weight In gold to sufferIng
women."--Ma& MARY WooD R.F.D. &
If you belong to o that county army
of women who suffer from some form
of female ills, don't hesitate to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com.
pound, made from roots sad hberb
For thirty years thi famous remedy
has been the standard for all forms of
female ill, and has cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
Msuh ailment as displacements, fbrold
tumors, ulceration. Inflammation, Ir-
regularities, backache, sad nervons
If you wamt spel advlee write
fIrltto.M Plmkha.LyLm MaMLs
It is free a"d always lelpfL


Passed Away at Hawks Park After
Lngering Illness.
IHaks Park. Fla.. Aplil '--1 Mr
(Charles G1I:-i ,in di. d Alr iI ;' *
.utiffe ril fr.hli Ii h g tr. itu le ,ight
tionith Itnut %a h;t a hlh.--iig it i;
tii kio l< l i h t ow i i lii ll

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W'bhtthhr from colds, ht-at, blItolia'h
or hir\ ous truub.e~.. Calpuiliu'r asill
reh li\. you I liquid--i,h.'lant to
take-acts Inrm. liia'ly. Try It loc.
.,.c and 50c at all drug sures

The Oc,. .. ial HMro.
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So n.,ral 11 has'1 ln- the com
plaiint tof pede-trhlii % who ha'e, to
tr.t\ l In rastl (alnn -ille that nietmi
h, rs ,if the cicuncil hae# agr,-eed to
iringK the matter up at a ine-''ting anII
s'.. If m(,mNe steps cannot be taken to
plut a stic, to the' r'ckl.-i* rilhliing nii
luali .(',
As the law now reads the riders
are wnrmlttlted to use the walks where'
the I tree t.s are' in a bad condition. aid
that they have abused the right .
heat evidenced by the fact thr.t I
number of Iwrsons have teen run into
and Injuireu.
The Sun has been asked to call a*
tention to this mater on varlic*,, o4-
asilons. but it has had little effect and
the riders still use the sidewalk
along East Alachua avenue as If there
was no street at all.
That the council will put a stop to
this practice by amending the law
there Is now little doubt, and parties
riding along this way will be handled
as soon as a change can be made.

One-uaWrtr of a Pegn a Week
At least is what a youmg baby ought
to gain In weight Does yours? If
not there's something wrong with Its
digestion. Give It McGee's Baby
Elixir. Cures stomach and bowel
troubles, aids digtstion, stops fretful-
ness, good for teething babies. Price.
?2c and 50c. Sold by W. M. Johnson
Francs and Dollars.
We e le I r:edl Frecih stores. hu'
C* \rry tll..e fr.'ci.ce lire Ilie;tI;lCined w*
t* I; t' ,'rri thic.i In oln t! i;l:inr "'..
hatil 17. i fr:11tws ple'r .v:ir IIn tih
fundi..l tlie 'i rv w il i y. w '..'relu, "11
we stitl to( cili 0le *'vvc'ltitwfn lcy fn\i '
ito turn the fr;init es lnt dillilars ill lilit
out how iut('ch nlonty thel heroine had


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no" Hve Luurmlea$I"udGlen"SO&UPr
A. S adltr What Cue. 4
The fineqt contour orfa fImale ta-e. th4
sw#-e'--.! sn- 11-- uf a foirnale muuth, lviem
a 'ifc the h.- 14 erowyreci withGood for 100 Votes
e.'t t hair S int atul Nit : nlrg hicm. It to
n .R kr..vwrc 1..g aIi' c c.. t ib, a ara-ltothtt
I. icrr, l.'*' t' ce';, to thp re).t nf the
hn'er. W9~ure' it ;.Ir I'.- vitaci.q. Thce lit.-
V'e u-h te'u .t.I' I- e#'-zrt throw- i u p in For
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1 1 !1 f. ereP;. c. tb.- T i er; le ,c o V l 4)141 person.Bring (or in ill to T'h'e Sti office.
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DMtedl with lth. e ontrrt. NO T (Mt II AFTrEI MAY I, 190l


Groceries a Grain
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Inause hr ever 9 0yew% ', ba beme.e the migatue e
md hs bme made m Iier h ork

AI~ew mm emet dmlve~ yr to k
AU CeartcrE'elts, Im tatiem mud "Jua~trea1geed" are
ExpeumImmen. tht trie mwit mmd mimmge-u the health d

comrim Is a a WOM 1-1 &*hr 0%s F040.
gowl, % e m uaW a" l I t is risen" a
enftfts meither Op ,umep Simmar etherNms
".S s It" me Is i" amm e lIt mtrem Wo
011" is room" I Db a md WC
a" sin r-Li rs, my. t,~ Y~em

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The KidTOB, Hae AlwaysBou

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XeI'e Is b eLw gives to oreikcile bsbp
tee%. diLebutls &ad pemsom be~
elims or deleme ags sm eshe smot eof
Citurle-i Wilifam 4'k&#e. 6cued to PoWht
them Witbin two Tesrt to sOe u rnd ae a -
to il Jr. wilaumm tor tbo mmendemm. ~r~
rxecutor of the IA&t WiU ad mtamouest O 2L L 46 is "aft
Citarlem WiTllfm Chae. Dveoeand. ON0
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WAITINOPLI. April 21.-No
- MWM persas toat their MIvM
dothat avo eoaown
Is vlhayt o f m duriu the

of Nlbums nm atim of thIs
loi a aMO tb r do ott-9

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lrinout eeoftvof

. aG KelehO wLeo had hie
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SMet awtI eeat d *h e
S tn IPSrhst a. u ath. S
4 d Itbs rom s of ii tiO eP
It pWt a ambtantal ti11m of
a t asmall coat that Mr.
sMobd that be mOt either
a 6e of a ensiooMus OW
or ele Invet ',:'e m-tb-
wWbh the andielce tcoM be
1I of the buiklln: and pIhce
these o tsaMe whs were wait-
admilttne. Neeeflty is to
t ofveustloe. eiseclally whe
wih *harp Yanklee wit. and
tu that what is known aS
a came Lto the wrrld.-
L i to cMhlure's Magazine

A oadet In Clock.
provides a remarkable
a gloot la the form of a chwik.
approa-h rf midn-iht each
otherwise eTwac.ful "grand-
becoe a inhabited by a spook
changes into a deep and
rtiumpln.g the clock Incresae
while a pair of4ray b tt
Sfros benath Its baee Paso-
tranaitlonal stage the
SI replaced tby a opaMnodic
Sad lpon the troke of 12
lau door opens. revealIng an
ashy gray hand with mal-
almer.- The cloxk face dis-
displaytin a frlthtful gray
and round, with sabormal-
pale blue eyes. Ryond a
1O. hi. li cauts weird tap
ln tihe I idintlg during the
U' *', rl'lk In luofllfeoeli a anl
to Ir,,' f grea' rI<4ce Iin
Severyv oine enrly It, I.l 1,'r

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111m1 h1-1- 1 a t grf strlkenI
OQeg a shand to the secretary of a
It Iwmman company In Germany:
'l-Deeply Meateed. I take up my
pea rto m y" that my dear wife.
Ame ats, see L--, Iueedi tn your
eempn y for thIe s of Ths. bha. sud
dmly odid. eargf me a victim to the
gepet despar. This grievous blow
IN o im this morning at T. Kindly
-dtaver to let me hare my lasurane
moey as promptly as possible. 'T'b
policy bears the number -., a ouu
wll Mad by refereoce to your boxks.
"1 my may very sertooly and in al'
llerltyt that she ass a faithful wife
and an admirable mother. In orner
that an formallties may tIr slrthtl-4
w promptitude I Incloe hcreruili
a ctllteate eoclally recording her
"leor Nms- was bet a short one
Nertheleis e suffered ln:enuely
wM sturafly renders my grief all
tIo me polenant. I bare no doubt
tat Ym win afford me partial como-
Ibuse Ity seedil e the ansuracrt
Mmeay a promptly as possible.
**I MICt I hereby formally prom
IN to hair y e o oed wife iIn red In
er eemmpay for t.00. dos:le the
gm fIer wlic my defnect darling
Was Isred.
"My grlef ls Immene. yt the mon
vTctse that you will afford ame ,n.o
I Mee m tans am during this terrine
anmL I tli hope that me shtl
sees saw our liasrace money. m.
ehoMes joine m tIn" le.-Exchaune.

ia* CAPUDV N Is the bekt roe-
-y-revro t ea tand everish-
- t-- he sed d restores
swml- asltai It'sa 1I-d- oeoct
imedrmmly. lo. f2e ud Ms at drug

Ie t Sa wt a. pMotate a trade
kar yfe-of something fyO dou sed
for emetg eyou do.

Nature's Ammer.
Leetr and crabs are faminlar es.
ampe of arme boear ereesue.
The lobtem ae widerful coats of
Ml asgstlre of those devised by
hbana Warriors In the ag of chiv-
alry. They combine perfect security
with eae of movement. owing to their
Jointed structure. The manner la
whbch crabh wtbe at rest tck their
leg beneath them so as to bring them
under the shelter of the hard carapace
It lnterestlng. The crab is doubly pro-
ttectd, for It resetmlee a water worn
pebble, and thus louks to large fshes
which like to eat the crustacean--o
loa as It keep, still-very similar to
the oljects wftb n bl.b I' a sur-
Cutting the Finger Na;;e.
Cuttlig the firgcr nill* urpli.twm to
have been the nmnot lndl*isem-Itl.le .,,rT-
kIe the ancdl.tt Iloman Inrbcr rret-d-red
to bil patrain,. Mairtl.l. chatia. a
fop who had tried to ded~e Ibe thrtler
by ausins plit'ers to remove his beant.
asks triumph.nntly. "How are you go-
Ing to manaKe almout your nalla?" And
the miser In PlIutus collects the par.
Ings of his nalls from the barber to
make sometblng out of them. appar-
ently never dreaming that be could
seae umoltiy by cutting them himself.
No Laese.
Walter (wbose at:eution hasm been
called to a gross error in addllliion-
Very sorry. air: Iut. even If you bndn't
foutd out the mistake. the firm would
have benefited. not me. Diner-Then
you hare no ezcuse!-Panch.

Right to the Point.
"le Is a man of few words."
"Yes, and they are, 'What is there In
It for mer "-etroit Free Preos.

T) .,-writer ribbons for sale at this
dfce. The hbet on the market. Only
4eventy-fve cents. All colors and for
ia on all standard marbteis.

One who IIve no a furulsbed room
ea be pretty "independent '-or the
d-4. keep the best tW be had within
Ms reach.



What Kodol Will Do
Fatw wi yor ed it. But th lr ym, A.
IMI hi I btim -r yor will rffw bIo Kodd
MI Cri Goo" DIs-1I odo
Ad. of course. ladlgeetion If neg- We knew what Kodol would do
leeted tg moul. brings on seri- before ever the first bottle war
oa dnem tI which Kodol cannot sold. If we did not know Just what
beasft yoe. lome of these there It will do. we would not guarantee
Is o help for at alL It the way we do.
There are, Ia fact. very few all- It is easy for you to prove Kodol
meats which cannot be traced dl- -the next (or the first) time you
rectly to Impure blood. And Im- have an attack of Indlgestion. And
pare blood is always due to a di-' vou will certainly be surprised at
ordered stomach. the results. It is perfectly harm-
Use Kodol and prevent Nervous lekss.
Dyspepsta. There can he no harm in trying
Kodol will efectually assist Na- something that may do you a great
ture to secure a complete restora-ideal of gotl--when it costa you
tloo of good dilestion. It dots, nothing If it doesn't.
this by at once digesting all food
In the stomach and keI'ping it di Our Guarantee
tested. until the stomach Is nreted o( to vuur ,riis i,.-i, >i..it a.'1h-
and can resume Its own work. Kot., ar I&r..e. i*. iatr -t I*,... *... It; ,
-aIP1 l itr *t PI t ip t, | ;so I Ai 4.a a
dol re;.:ovet the Iaue--anld the h r A..oI n .... ... ;
effect quickly removes Itself ..wr rel.r rit. ... .. I' .i
When it is recalled that Alpo l ,h t r, u: .. ..*...I rl.'
plexy. lear* DI c'r.-. (anc r-and I r ,. ,, i. .i.
ev n COil mliotlon- are due to d i,., ,. ,..i .. ... .. i ..*I
poor dist.stion and tlimsons. thus Thij o a r^Td141i I. 1," Si.r-I A- .. ...'. '
tranamltted to the bklod and I ......, :.. .. .. i
throughout the syistem-the Implor- wunt tuo.r
taace of maintaining good digel Kodf-l is Irprcr'r' :*' '.: r!Ir
tion s at once realized. Itorietof C IDeW\itt aL('t .1th.(aiL


A Clean Man
0 io ld .1oII .... -- I--m betle. A -tt vm
-ke W-e lltM doses dimesa dr, a sei be ele ood d
bee m Lem mM se a-- l *M*- M-i. **a iide. It mesa
a etleenm eek, ee bewa@1, ldees bled, a elees liver, md
sew, cenm, betlthy tisee. The who is e ee. in this way
wi look it and Mt it. He i werk with emery and hi k
else. eler, health ,ek u_
MHe will New-- ke -lver l, hId. etme orbl d
d0rd.. Dyspe"ie md iundigtils oriiMM gate e l ** om-
aesb. Blood diseases am eed wrhe re I ismeles Med.
Coesumptio n ad bronewtia eoen .lhmeo s.

Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
prets these dise.es. It mak* eS eAmes i Ide ee
end healthy. It le.n* the digestive orgas, mashe pare
letca blood, Msd ites. healthy d1as.
It retores tone tothe nerve srstern. and curesn ervous exhestio Mad
prmtr:;'on. It cor.tii no *'cohJl or hbhit-formainl drugs.
('n -,rmwih is ti'.rn mrot ,,rcrkleq m.clte-in*. I)r. Pierce's PleseMt Pd.
,,i ai... t. Th-) t:racr EtFs so teke a candy.
- --

Tampa & Jackson i le ail y

PFFECTIVK DlC. 19. 130.

Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South ...................... .
Returning, arrive Gainesville .................
Ieave Gainetville for tanwpoonz City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North

4:25 pm

S6:00 pm
C% O -

Returning, arrive Uainenville .... ............ V:3 p m

L Barker, Trafc Mr'r.



The Log Distance System

One of the moet valuable features
of our service, to our oubscrbers and
to the public generally, is our cennec-
tion with the extensive long distance
Hnes of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the ether ae-
sociated Sell Telephone oompanioa.
Wo own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States in
which we operate and in addition can
connect any telephone in our system
with lineo extending to any other city
In which a Bell Telephone system Is
These long distance line are of the
meet modern and improved construc-
tion and are maintained at a high
state of offClency. The Boll system,

operating In various sections of the
country, are uniform in their oeuip
ment and in their methods of oper-
Only by reason of this close traffl
arrangement between the Bell Toe-
phone companies is it possible to go to
a Bell Telephone almost anywhere,
ask for "Long Ditance" and be put in
communication with almost ar.y paint
In the country.
This vast network of wires. radias
ing throughout the nation. is useo
daily in commerce and for social puP%
pooea by the banker, the farmer and
citizens in all walks of life and our
plant here is an Important link in this
great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Efficint Service. IauM-able Rate


r 7,:- -, a -e.VOLM 0 drp~m4
I~ : ''~ r pk.t ~ztl I-I-'Ir~ ;r~llWf LCx
I u or; forifrt

S!l !iL' C)Ood I(4uI(r lor fam~k
r pai. ka, ,rt, hc... (sUo hous.. And wte knu

'cr I Bensonc
Per 1:

rl, i3 !3p
P.':%"PA! D

1 f.1L-0i 1%VI
V 'WON I Iol,b ILA.

I I(:

In Every Drop
.. .. = ..^ 7 ^ -. S- iL--'-L. +_ xf2 -
or mcIaTiriul purposes. Our personal guarantee is behind
)A' )(u will find r.-Jl comfort :n any of the following:

hr 4

V L4 '4

Bottled In Bond
I r 4 1:
6" *

3.7 (i~ r. aPREP


Il, 'J


tss -$,0
1A108 3o

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II L Lgl,l k A N
Di 'JJ l~f' (It

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If 'a 'r,~ 1 ~r

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IJtrtl~,(')l ~i'/c, 1K 'idaCLI

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AL L Glass, Cos. Supt


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vnaor-A. W. Olhrist,
eCtary ofd tato-H. Clay
ford. TallahaseC.
Comptroller-A. C. Crorn.


ha soc.
Treasurer-W. V. Ki mtt. Tal:& ta-'
At orney-cr netral-PIa a M. Traim
w4 11. Talla ba.- tv. I
Cmnilul,'sloner of Agr. L~4 .r-i
Wecl.ml. Tael..shpswqe
of11 01;1C l- Mn

a, n. Miami.

County O.1cers:
CLitA uui AiuLr- & Si. %% \\IVL..
igiit. h %S",e.
SUilt. 'Public l I ;ru hen ffI. G. Krnamt.. Gaines ille.
County Jdge--H. U. .laoon. Gaines-
Tax Ab~ebsor-W. W. Co!on. Gaines.
Tax Collector-W. D). DickiJnon.
Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. alae-
Supervisor Reslltrlatio-J. C. oM
Grew, Gainesvlle.
County Commissioners-John G.
Dampler. Chairman. Hague; J. T.
Townsend. Campvlle; J. W. May.
Archer; Cha. W. Summers. Trentoo;
0. P. Cannon. Gainesville.
Members School Board-R. B.
Week' Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
State SmatOr-H. .I McCreary.
Members House--yd L Carter,
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.
City Ofncers:
Mayor-Horatio Dav~s.
Marshal-B. T. Anow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. B. El!ls. Sr.
Clerk and Treasur,r -J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney--W. S. lBroome.
Board of Aldermen--T. W. Shand,.
President; Geo. K. 1:ro nett. E. E. Cannon. H. S. Grales. S.
M. MI1xFon. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Works-H-. E. Tay.
lor. Chairman: W. W. Hanmlptr wCre. .

tary: If. F. Dutton, E. J. Laird, J. ii.
Some article that Is ~s1-iply "In tth
way" at your hbu:-e might. it adl\r
tlsed. be St.;l to 'I:m.ucn whj Is anx
lously looking tor ..

The LaIit !t a -: ru. .;
allpp al to) yu I .. t. .th
you Int. r',-t.d tn the l.fc .
Ing. and proaperomm.



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D.L o0O. P. WALDO,


S01l Phen 61. Ale Lef, t meS.

Otfees In Graham Buildlis, over
Saanders a Earle's store. Phone
No. .3:6.
S3,. t I.h t II. St. iths .
....DENTIST. .

OSJe oves ala o teel NaSoaIl le.*
hone 2WO.


JUce over wkttm & C's. Mamb
Pb., ZN osumee- m
4Hf4S3svILLI. Albohs 0o., VJJ,
06..misHalumme Sim&
AT!015h1 AT LAWU,
iazuswu.La. 0V0 dUa&.
Gsa ..U 30mv Jq pnpsue, ((Im
,Provedsand *alin so ), e s
trooki am farua id"Ilow&:. lead h
t W o L~ imafw wmale. U~f
LAd Soliesie is a 3qmis
US IUte"S, Oooatvqaalng sand
erml Pneoio.. All bmina eprom
sutndds to. OfNe. ti door to 10a
a.I e.. (AIXVILL3 FLOM&.





an a'! Courts.

State ano

I .! 7v ii.

Alachu co it i., ,.4 ( .c :D WE ARE OFFI
arra. h.ta .n '. e a iYr m rdJ, <
nit.'#-* g 'ii r'nfl.a -56 1AiPnt<)lit-C e
12l3 'ia;njlic l.(, o, 2: Ih27 t,h lhateO
p!ant!s. 1- ,aw mill. *$75,.E10 courtt
house, tlve n-wrrpaper, and pro. At Very Attractiv
din'e iorun, e.stoun, rice, nugar,
oats, rye, potatoes, pineapples, or.* I ,.. t' I.i
anRge. leache.. pears, plums, pe. .; ,,, ; ,.
ean, and all kinds of vegetables*. ,1

inmsile, the Countl Seatl. '" ":
Hs fourteen e chei1 .tt l"i .u
Hsa fourteen eburehes, two public .. .

ehoola, the UuL'uve r t of ilorada
private schools, three newspapers
united States land othef, the bees
water, fire alarm system, elseire
and tga lights, two see firtori*s,
machine shopl, three wood faeto.
riea, cotton gib, two muse f etories
three railroad., two fertilis rr man.
ufactoring companies, one Ilbhe
manufaetory. one retify lng tur-
pentine plant, foor hanke, an4 wel
stoeked store* embracing every
thin in the eoammreii llin.

I 1'



e Prices
F !., I '. r
'.' r ;,t
l r I -lit (ll .
1"* 1 r lt :' t '

.it J.'S

t 1.014 1 & f? ;l~ r (.U d(
' $1 !I ',--'it J i k:-4,i% ill Ld J.tr co itt l.
.at t 11-"1
$11si tiI a .kc Cityv 154.r (cvzt duc
s~ it li
I~.,% .l.a -1, it (iv Co j'I,,r ccnt

r ii i -t t, Ila ir i

II '

Mutual Life Building
I I I.-ng l t.- t 't lt I to NI i t 'o j .1
Jacksswlle.* *- *Fiurifa

6s00'6 U.64 6 sisse&"boo& ale is












Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchats ai The

Sun to Citizen of, Alaclh Coty!
I n i

Each Section Gets a Pize!
Contest to Cle August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading buinem hoae
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alaclhua county in three different sections. Them
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 tlose tieing.

Th' (i Scticn
The winirt r in tinj?, district will \w

Will embrace the city and suburbs and be con-
fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.

Eastern and Southern Section W"" s cmprie territory from Fai
laSnks all points eam.t and from Ro-
cllellI aIll pI ilnts. -omtl-- Walo. Hawthorn, Island (;romv CaRipvilhe, Micanopy,
Iake Vitw. "Tao'.u atnd all llxint alig n line( of T. A- .1. Ry. ONE PIANO.

Western and Northern Section copie aill staios fro
ilgeue to light Spring', Trnlton,
.\'an1111'e. W\\il'cSx, I1'l. Ne'\\i.rry, Jol e'ille. A\en'l'r aind all -*ttlem,.nts covered
lIy tlii- ;>i';i 4iN il I.\ N( .

How and Where to Get Whcre Votes May Be Cast
HOW ad8 W here 10 6ti I.,lIt 1, ,ll1 be foud t the etabllh-
n'"i: of tlie utirchatits gi liiK volte, and at The
fl't.n v 'ot- e ** t vt n -:I r.t be directed
ttu ti.r* 'tllig *mt.,'ll LP-pjU.&rutaI Uof The 8un.
v otes (al.,. ill,. Florida.
Th, fo'llw I i r n- li,.rn l-h w i ll Kl\ jir' \%(it#r -
for e \i (.. litt I ai li.'.) th II h t. tallAihri. f- f
t,,ry %,,. t l,., tRules and Regulations
Gainesisle Furn.*ure Company. Furniture.
Phifer A Mcrri, Co.. Clothing and F.;rrshings. 1. Trh, coiintet -4 o;.cu to anycon living nl
Alat hua county ito. Is ktnous by the conductors
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Pli.mbing and Hardware. ,of thi. co(nte or vouched for by stone reputable
Mrs. F. T. McCormick. Millinery. I'.'r-on to thtm well known.
W. M. Johnson. Drugs and Medicines. lo. attabee or relative of the pro
lrihe-,or of the abo\e uaut -d tirmu are eligllle .u
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry. participate in this contt.t, and will particlpato ln
no manner.
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods ard Notions. nne
3. in the event of a mlsaunoertaadinl b*(two
Saunders Earle, Groceries and Feed Stuffs. candidates or o others interested In this croates
City Bakery. Bread and Pastry. isuch controversy may be referred to the a~.
Sductors of contest, who alone are te r proo
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats. qualified to render decisions.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables. 4. In the event a candidate decides to wvth-
The Sun, Prntn ad Pubshing. draw from the race. asch candidate l ot be
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. allowvd to trans.fr votes to the credit dof alot
The Brown House. Meals and Lodging. candidate la the coateeL


olt)k sirlbtr
$1.25-Three months' subscription ...... ............. 500 votes
$2.50-Six months' subscription ...................... 1,200 votes

$5.00-Oue year's subscription ...... ....... .. ..... 3
For a club of five one-year subscriptiuUs ( ,. .. ) .30
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions ( '., .. ). .30
'1 1.o ,. i- ),,, lin it t4o lh .- n ,,l, s r Jf .l ., o*ll t

$1.00--Oue year's subscription ..........................
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ..................
'ThI r.- i- it lim it to tlw ,jinini1s r ,f clt -. b c' t'l i ('ontt

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is ui

fillI Ve. VAei AV II

,500 vote 4,500
MI IWft -a- A t MIf

No w humortgmft
700 vote
1,500 vote

_ t-

0,UU0 Votes 3,000 votOM
),000 votes 35,000 vote
,'-t lt a.- .cure.

..... ....... 600 vote
. .. ....5,000 vot
e-taint ilIay secure.

desired by the p rieeter

ISO ***ees6 Aes




A-.Z.NT% F'0O
sadM IRON. VI ",
% *a our 0$t Ves.
Perw".&tw. suc ws a.-. ..sberesi
"its 11* m! sci tS e egra ortav
&W"J'Psor 66te W
f).OessvOile. Florid&.

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tar n. I .W 1E


Bemstify your hore by
trimming your lawn. You
have no idea how eas- it i-
until you try onew of (ur

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Equipped with the
knif, teel blade& that
barp and cut easy.


bk 3 4A

6o b Il 12 t3a

- mdlv, 1 km"Pe
MOM.sm -. b

YI)'~~ ~ V ..t+~~ UI
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biwh IMM alsomb lo as-
~L, I-I r
a O om OW &

mr 0-~ I cb 7Y tr

1L -w I

1 ~ ''
eview opw a-m
owing A tho o ooth

s adwuoM sade WW
ML gmmaad 1 b lo

So r aft er a ho sbM
w m.

OI Snobu S Mocheapet Lo
n wer GerHed A hemeid~ rem
f9 sot.' o beers.

O mi a e t d g t y r Im back vote*

VW e's t he place to make yoar
W sge hrthtL ad you set voteW
to adMlle.
D.L a mmL. extemasl tarp.a-
ta --SP r ad Oter Creek. was a
vtWHor to t cty yeerday.
UIW cailblaf evaporated prunas.
pe- Ms a d m apriests 1 per poad
at Isy & Ceo'. p1t Cash Store.
Fo aeit-Oa lehuadred mqultc
brs, duaellUd but I Aood coadl-
I-L 2 to M esat each. Apply at
the oonsm no.
A. T%= qd Ihltoa Is aanw
the ialsor to the fcty. While here
he s the gas of hig pearets. CaL
ad Mr. W. 0 Tlos. on l'aler.ty

r. Cel of Htwagu awa a aitur
to the cit yesterday. He Mates tbh
farmers ar happy ever the B pro
pect aAn the crops ever looked bet-
F or mer eprtansa
Jas Smi the photographer. haa
returned from a short viilt to Ja k-
moo tlle. He was called there on ac
count of the illue~ of his mother aud
keft her realt) improved.

S W. H. Ando-,4oi of IDrocao. sho
WEMIT has ea-n i Wthe cit) for the orlpat%
Whom sim *ealso ev oa emlan '-ml d 'a r ouikwliuigter h-i. mrt-st.
a bw some~ rY r* S me" 1600 a5 umirthe sa-g.L-aljli- shilpper ritur:n
lt0bdIi. wam Sbrowwmite so w- *d to LA- bqnu- a euida
e re" (:4.-- W. -I' Pewo-WIaSe
Iov d 9- -emio I J T Iloko.e o .itr &.s%
T#4wmto-.*At LoWIKaS
rnAO SON bw @a DnWa *Us' M eIsltsir to thes cit:.. P I
!Ssine nowhaw Ai M ft st 6 t 1hat t.,vzu.. L*t- '- tm
LA -16" bm u. vv- l&- a- i :r-*r
Ela pW 3.jrLI EIU 144 .1 .,5 4.'

Irt la yor lamc horses aud
ish aed have them trated-h&ae
r etlh examined ard harp cor
M dfirled dow LO g pro)jetion
) f stf decayed olar t.rart d
eea. MagSoln Hotel Phone ~ '.

Ir.ght pruolm*th t or a g'ei j ) aeI'
Fisle-rooau cottage to rent o01 hIcALk
adjthulzag square, formerly occupied
b. -W L l.AAMtke. city watsr, t c-
tnc lights. seseraiga. bath. and all
:iA4mierz cowtuieflct'. Apl.l- t Mrs.
H H Ml-Crsary or Sun office
IP ilt ka( Of %%'AiduoU 4j, is.'-e'*
gIi.. *~- ~r(J .-n roult. to I-. 's. .1.
-s.I. *-' '14,19. h.e ia h- e- '- t., lI .

OaLaeevile tLdge No .'',. r we w .::..a.m wau'* r, t
SIo.B. P. 0. L-M*@ts -- oflist- I'iUts. YA 4&II : ..I-
W 'ugaiht at 7 30 o'clock ,1 t hi- .~*t i' I .
Is Elks' Horn. Visit .-a uy ear.. s axs% .ry a(v u
Wg rbbr- cordiL5ly4- 4 IiI
wokuuawd L.&-eCrahan. d. Az ha' *'..i hj l
:~ 5. W. Dl@. Jr.. Sscr. I al) I -. P4C:tL. 'S t


I w v --t rl -lae Ic bean
at the IA*Rt Cblatia rbwrmk. an;
Eam Iwom troeet.*4. .e dap lubL
a"e gr-wnw~g toIs 13pref ~~t aebt.
Re' Swowt. Ulu :. as.ttrg Re'
P T Jobtr~so th.. ijvt. L tLa Moak
is a 10kiga and f.-.". *:.vakr and

m olrwl: 1 e T cO 't.,o'a*..'- a:,

tinc tf. glrow
!reet$'fy' g"'.eV

LL L-,:L '- &. '.

~.:- ., .' a

4 0.

4 ~ ~ ~ ...l, C .-

Sdap ysdchl PIZ,
Ti. re&.#'a-na:;i.-r.
Sun4ay schis( of the catr
ed to m'rt at Mr W. W
Officek 1hz. a! zon at
dtiaeu the in'stttsazi Of
Sunday abcK'1. to meet th
la-ben on Ma 7 A full amn
te anLe .u 4.pd r.4.

Isn't there something w
want ad. ca do fnr re t
W- now ha%- plenty of t
ter and bWt', railk. which
chased from the wgon.
Th EaSt Ead Dairy.
DoWt's Little Marty
best known .His and th
made. are ca-r: to take an<
a d -re certain. All Er
and recommend them.
Misses Hazel aad Patt
attractive youns ladies s
were hI the city yesterday
liag e ~'f -*n They
their bhoe in the afteruoo
N. A. Callison and wife I
ed tram a shonr bridal v
eral points of interest an
ap tir home at Sprtng
locatedd only a fIw miles
The monthly Motber's
the Woman Chrtti la
UL'na will bet held at the r
Mrs. J. McKinsttry We
tret .1 ^dIi. A{prl ;Ttt
All ladies cordially invite
Col Robt. E Davis retu
lay from a short business
State mcDtropolli. He *tal
killing of Earl P. Adam
there on Tuesda> afternoon
great deal of teltem-rtit
L 8. Scroble of J
freight .olirltor for tht-
was bh-re- )-ttrriMay irito-r
mnwr'.anL In th.- Int-r.-Ft
payn) be rE-prta -rs. hi.- i
gestk-man and har a large.
frn ndr in ;iain.'-;1!
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I The 3:ead. Pita4 rd Cake ou
@at bhouid be cutriz;ou%. Th'-
fins *...f r rnip .ath nure

the Palaha u '*J, w. ....__" "" -.
*=: at. Iter rich milk and baked In the
di rm;Vt i' pourtity fasblon." make our
goods the mott delicious it is
^ ol a possible to proJure.
ohe beIst b -utE LJ P. w N. T. Schafer. Prep.
tcan be pu r- ____ c .
Phoe. 2" tech l wtrtho. ybt o ad~tft;
mt tkes for less ttan i cens 112
mlM. the Wor.s mak a time; 3o t1ac0IUoMal iB O11* 8 on
* be*t pillb eery word ovr o %v c s m or: In a
d act gently a," addttoral )!ne. CAb4 itr. d,-vaac
-wl *1 t.t: L !,lt I" w N loURdti, BOoks, SatIOlCEm

ir Zetroui r. f S pw
o.1u a uho, PIct
Soa sh o- LOST-Plain gold locket and chain. a f t F ..
returned to
Reward if returned to this oft e.
have retur- TEN DOsLARS REWARD-LOA)T- 101 W IU L tJ s6W,
risit to so- Om Strday io this city. a cirtmlr I t Olar I
4 wrAt tae pearl booch with diamond center. I-- "
Park Farm. Reward of $14 s ll be paid on re
west of the turn to L C. Smith. Jeweler.r .

Meeting of FPO RENT.
T- perazire
res d ni^e of OO8 ). To RENT-Furn hibd or un- T I T
t MlOD. ( hfunished.; for mn only. H. J

dFOR RENT-Purnished room with ta
rned yester- ble board Apply Mrs Gto) F Re ed.
l-.t to :u .. ;. \ Court tr-lding.ain
tes that t he street, North.
. the artor. FOR RENT-- ne six-room and two
*n create I: e room cottag-s In South Gainoe-
for a tinm- vil'e AIi.. l t', Cffin Factorry otice- W W! W m or
r<( LJ.... A :t.
Clvd: inOe OR RENT- Fiveroom cottage on A "T"ec""i" .
idt-gin tNe biuxk rxezt to square; city water
of tbh eon1- ele-trc- lightb batb rrm and al ISS
* a p: a-a.t r-od-ern convenie (,1 e Phono 51.
Sn:umber of _
F'Ot L..1\ OR SAI.X-- -OI S.uth
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ver; north to Aachaus. Higi.
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SENkTORS WAX WARMI in,--i,,,,.,,,,

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TALLAHASE, Apr .-T 7 tated tet t hbe bept s WT ANI : ,U:b
rt tlt over the cMiules reesitiom and reading tm after the 0611 p. :S---e am-ee s nl w oe hMf
caWing fOr a pibition Ceatitutism- bhauring b.e tWhe emamIte TWOW mfebAml amy Mle sted Ma so
I samdint was the fweture of day. If t U ser M eMUxe s. -hM ases, ael rs e a0 sr. Tm al bbie t
TeuWir's sas*ls of the Senate. Sao the rea us se be aMs a hr vS ment this am o sse Wd pnwok m
aser dscmms. of DTval Mand ter Pig**.- Is o a Seie Wusthi m matsal la w tso aM pitl S
-frjW Or MaueW were the ps th* SinMe kifes Ngmed to M t*6 o he a ne'- IoS sote iM -
imeanb atala the SteoInnaa smeas by a vtthe t apsW pti toE aJme uli is: 1
aln sdMt- 9Ws aTbset Mera vote tye. *sb ee 1 s mis I wi t1he 01
eay wnm do MeuasnM resNoltsm SNmas. m No.& L hr Mr. Wm11., 81a0 ofrte 010 1e .t.a-tn V11l6
was pe ssme Iem s 1 reads i lo usr regaisu a tO se i msisM wM thermore, sea m of thoe fwm m ae pl
,46a tow a esmileoa "p1, omu up a mae"l ~r. Weed- bm an lo nw U wO a, an0al s lllol
v~es b equivah" be posdag to t~ad owa at WOMO ftrasui' Uisa NM1, Is same ogesm ft Is beioned OMeA
eadibn a th esadar. Yesterday Kaighis eo PythiMa, amin LoI da is Al meaair wmntr 4v aO a
ae taempteli to mbav retn --rs an: A. n a.m msauti tMis- ue aI tosusn m a Sllemit slasn g p1 a
peea bamk e nsei ore im the Si ster wnmIfs alte a ase We 1 mst-sm bftweo1 a 10 T
I tehmbWr ma 111 Cit ~ iSey ad retoer" A 1d 1 Tais m s Ma ses.t
Is t el Chaima McMl lanm i whh ee hav later spells M ao fa
sea Of t e impa e .mOsttse. .S. prateeled e.ia Thsy in sdow MeS ana ios raical W a s C
atHr Hampbris apPs bsah setis. gasp the noble p rimiple of w a the fasyst d A ama MUM Ne AI a.
&s took semaeia is =a@k a strwa ct easily. it as thm that aWe WNW mess have beas eWat A-t vie- a110,
pleased to term the peMy of anowing tweehe 9 ymgs wgees sa am gv at 1111 "mve .s. .
the eqwnuers. tis t ow their a whito. he e ue of tM The O- u. .n .has be
tire oes Agth late Tallahassee (aMt show the reeit es whe pispi ta am -n s a. aT a n$
S thie clatytoe it deeat -th eas.ure, their gr aopareas dM. bilsThe hit o1n pe I* be mpame as
S e.....w... ero w .... ol wekno ad e have C *so o to e t QV to t hew dt-
eyas wag o ne .dar sd tat a t or whes sln by curmmlae Tm res eo ad am* ble S tS
they had had pabnitb bare ebebre tseli hr ab we msew* antet." aI Amies as bad es rsS 5
teo preple Of viueri enr two nyets. The a was efied task to ama e --- a0 r11 -W a
Sister Bs yman helr aftoot ten aiee to e redrawn with maead oa.ea m-- b Asbll

rate8. tWe t a N. o -
It w dee da ctisd seasi @-P cirs' as 0
ats asrabe Ohm Impve aWpS be eami00 o V40ii
two a tw GOP"ln WA do ow i Wf e Vi6LafbW
r Baey Adam.w. ts monthao.an deutfoa weay prem WTe a asel du 3 rta 11*' P B
Sl By Je alo. '--u---- W= A-r a- As
meat It Is ased tho ah nay ba le. leudo ^l
JAlCKSONVILLE. Fla., April 21.-- Miss Brows was arrested and plard f the reseat msly S the re. v shall be ma the ated S
Follow lag closely on the heels of m ian the eMoty JaiL 'ntallal@ of the M15151 nimS bat uro m r n ils sash'
naiouncmeet of the approaching One peculiar feature Of the eie it doss mal i m th In mii to s-d W-
marriage of Earl P. Adams, a popu- is that Miss Brown Is a sisterof punIshment of the amer t re after the a.m sa
fr actor and stage director of the ):n Prows 'do was k!llcd N're In c5t toebSe. 4f lu mad that the agomsf aS
.label Pae Company. now playing in 1905 by her lover, who at the -ana- H le S-T-e 0. \
this city. to Miss isabeth aley. time shot her mother. _Mrs. r rtenan. o p | ai th j i is q
Mis Jessie Brown, a well-known and [)etective Cahoon.
ag woman to whom, Adams had -** am --- fl is. Of a mas
t.en previously esaedll, shot and Mr. Adams was with the Mab-.l 1 1 1W IS aI
killed him yesterday afternoon, when, Palge company when they appeared sweted l hOe a Iw. a0 uw
It is alleged. Adams went to exph lnJis isnif the la a ga-
.tss lagey. Adm apA was shot e t several months ago, and made scam- gt APTeRWARO wim ArE. i
ra times by MIss Brown aLnd he died ous frieads here who win regret to 6Isl v iI '-
..mst ins I learn. of his death. ylvei thie n a-
almos ins ant A gry e eame Nie 8t p at e 6.el aggag a s ag g g gg g g

Him to Take Cae of Hio efi atee a n. iS M S
soe*ens an ua m s ns aP
Railroads to Discontinue --- g
Ica his stepoaMter had left hli at way aeTdest bhere Yeitegsq s181a M"
hoImOr opeTloum. La.. in hAers thw trUwle bakth o f r ams i, aw **
Issue nce of M league Books" his ayomsg rotahers a-d l-r '4r. O'-NeL The 'ase I- Of M-_ I I
Tom Godfrey. a 12-year-old mgro ted lch were as trial a t Ms s or Ingf M t 44'
ATLANTA, Apri 21. ri cause per book at cents which may now be the youngest of his char m to the the h ere in bae 9t i-d o
anus who travel lonS distances. 1.000 sed by live perlcs. s.e at a tim, tb ua ps and la ter with a axte l micte wreck ua asd r a iahad hi m*it t It M M
miles or more. have beria u the babit will be mended so tha it t will be what will prubablY pfOve fa .1 from custd-. Tbc!r me bed ail d Ka S Ow
Scri w the tau-a her e the ,. utl S eases 4 -4.'
of purchasing ,000-wle books at 2 good for only one individual. It is wounds on the other chire. '-ae elat town in a bM sad the swins a i.4& ctp
ralts a mile instead of lpa) Ju the expected the proposed changes will Tr children were injured. The hore Book frlght nra W mad a mW M a illi
stentmJJher reported the Iwne to te ttrowrr fa he M. Whe 8AMME
traigt 2 lents a nalle fare. It i hrln rig triKg prot.est from the travel rl-teh -uther reported tcr to hcthe theh ta thrumwi r 1111S gne dtw he m Q no
statedd hrte railroads propow to Ing men. Ia jal at OlIoutle a b ays ae or l atede rd he whet a0 0M or ifsi m TioM a hf i .
Iwthdraw the I.ooomlle book at :ail at wam She s she er b etwen the e and M is
c.t on June. A little want ad. wall'iccompllbb fouud the baby him he pen with the
it i also atAted that the !.h uil. bIg result. hoigs ,Ie. .Ih- returned home la e
Monday It. hands and felet had bem
attdn off, but It was irtill alivv
S).a Take. I %s't few a doctor to attend
t, t,.t.1 'IA, t i iit-r d miu a rxe mid at
l, .r l ,t* p brother. In

l .Thfee of B by Girl v. a. i it i r" 'd Il l
aew.1 1, I. r akull %%ils the ae. 'IIS.
in U" ha mad I.* ether ta c.ui TA1.LAASIMM April 1 1.- Uil Of isuLle i Vf
04.1 mut-an u. rioulbir ehimet" U" job Ne ely s
n .. t. tI, I l i .l ou &1ta *i 1,' Itd AS 14e K-.atir to Pkbrda by DissMe. Mesity eWs M as ho. 1
...i .a ,f \W J 1 .. i h .. -d I tl, -.1 l, ..I h.., l. o IND If It~( It tit-* e. .i. vote et the tao hboom" Thi mWly I mW s ftlaol We O

wbich had seen ilushird ti,.r.e a th&- timem- io hi.r >Aidlt si 1 i I, I .I! 1 It,-rco aria dit.o 1i f I't.U r 'A d the nma1 1a11t 3S. t I1m 1
E t l... 4t rae tt :Lu :3 l *,, at sa, Atis l.te ti in tb< i a ua', and araad 4W i
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Wohhml upe 2oests. So*d by

y ts wdar t m a eahiat etea
ml wE e 1memef het mNo baby
a mbe Wa wso liers n o r
4gema, mda seoft nmbles do Unless
wse hip Isgtee rm thewh.e we h
rn O mO Ire tamnltsse. Acts
let. ad mdeau- ass own prs-
Smi md pls.t Ta Idttampt to raise

law hln M. elv? The mIw"
-- o in w ea wa-me cfrd. Snw
I a atiem- u .

SuD n e n ad OWmad rlf d"L.

isalikg inhaler. Mashal oWaL wanoock of Marl i u
km ad ModayiW t his s asbledovgty- tth
me ga bt pe.A ba t as c osalederabete voteta
lo .s da a ot re r ad s .

"MT wats tsk war. He bad
m i hado bean eatIoabd Iod I em for rath
ePlmo ad Md de do&*u nw t u-

so nd mieft now rt'. vm
W ebse &O.~~~ sa su Is ne dbye

Mhmosihat amp tfn

-g -ategea -- lav to pt it out aasa m ik. Giry *
"k ri a don" m Me-t M

ia M byW. M. Johnson.
S now hem d m eeom rmt smd rMi
Pd ip i.......Man".Ki.l* De &.

A 4 bW ONDL issi n~f MAW. mar" Arnow w called upon
m" ba I a @wda t o kill a "'asrint" dog that

me t o de @ wp e 0m"oet break The was alck and looked as if tIt
m i I@ M alhad been almost star ted to death, a&d
M~ l he tbo t itat l I an o at o kI.-
.. ." W p t it out ul 011wry.

"I have bI s so ewat cosUve. but
DIt-'s Re saus aveo ju the reeums
dlrd. They ast mtldr a.4 fre
to I bw ***el peraly."-Gor
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Seml Ld-a mrty.

OrP aaie aeAY. che

Aeie, wr* wi be tM k Iuter eb-
ma n y th.

ia byaes v e MO aeIt tims -ad
tae to- s keem mped

-a r M*haa aeefm

wMe TWer m-o

s to -e aod ret n has tn the
"ft si Amt maoWt Mt -
"berOme. WM""e=w e
Owe "M &e t lea pot at l

u towsr to nr a$ coed m
amBe aw a Aste d omme
nie .aem oSt o ten a uu @Ms
caarw w to b ano a bth a 1WWi
Sad aN mietadr tMeo, ku the

for a dea see ed m,
r oataoft etautr e sedle" aL

ple We misl wm ih
enmwo eO Intasm ad the. tee
4E h=6o a s Wa m& m the

P. 1. HE Y CO... Toledo. 0w
S Mel radn e~olar T raei
M onple whl met at aoea namd

#rol ne s eare te. repod -
ar tafl am SM of thean tw

e wNt tem dsate partemd a tgie
tea. There -s euls o aMy to eda
destaea sad that ts be colstfltatoal"
rOm thae D-at es i uMsed bey s
mlanmed ndto adn oa the rmeoa l
s tae Is inhmed you have "

rumbltn sonad or Imperfect hearng.
rand we it b enprely closed, deaf-
ne s tI resr lt, and less the W n-
At uo to youm ay toufdtl

hosesl will to d tro'ed folrver.
to WaO weo ot n1arMe utund byf

lnumed couditlon of the muctis
esar s tare.lt nd le te

P. J. CHENEY e CO., Toledo. O.
Smold tb drcas be taen out ap. th
tube r'tored to Itly normal cosditi-

A yoarr. white man who bt n me
eaold ot be ion ofd the reported to
We wltl goie Il0 Hundred Dyllatr
for ant carseo dedafnels (caused bn
cw tar) that cabe waot be cu d o

st hse st.me but osnorml coitl be
Harlned C to bow badly be worse cr-

kred. H ells oidet Plpsn for causor

a e oar Fn w ing Traon
a young wnle main, those name
At wolat l want ed youn reported to
P nya ad "of edoe last Sunsda. It

to sale tht welsh lull o yboo? Ie
a&t the ti. abuta wrong oituld bi
Hlarlsd as to how badly .e for in-
ure. Thee et happened ser

mat theta. somrething wrong wlit its

destion OGive It McOee's lBby
Ilxir. Cures* tomach and bowel
troubles, aids die stlun., tope fretful-
mess. good fur teething bables. Prkce.
2&c and uc old by W. M Joha on.
A little timely hblp wlaely g ten,
Sbha a man is in daungr of allilug
morally or In his business would. in
many casts, help himu to k-ep his f et
and retalu bis integrity

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s. Cse.-w s eln NWmbm..
rWsk soek at ha t ues.
MIdmey if beesg pm wait
taser etsme of the- -m M the
builaUg lime.
Mrs. Carltos Is nw Ihavrt a ,.
estsy brick buidlad ereteed there
whicl Wil be a rdit to the
tIa a dd t ttbo b-le bdin
the Is being eeted a hamdeme
bome for W. L. Abae. amd me h

repI&urwft ie t o h e n o tows
The Sa Im pbmed to mte the may
lmpreomesa ian n mI -setle and
tr tat tast vtl be the banner
year Ior Ahebua eomrty.

We Ofte wonder bow any psem
as be peraded into takin aaythtin
but oley's done sad Tar for couag.
eolda ad if trouble. Do not be
told into oe owttn "ov o r,
eder substth. Te emubw c-
tesa No hrar drugs and Isto \
eow pekage. J. W. eW. Codu

Save part of your income regularly and de-
posit your savings in this strong lank-one
of the great financial institutions of Florida.
Your money will he t warning 4 per cent inter-
est for yo--working while you work, but
also while you rest. : : : :


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AoutWlem k*o f Past Week nas Put
a Mev oe Ciy Pr1pe ty.
Partieo Re1lo*.

Real estate ha been more active
In laleeville during the pat few days
thae for may months, de largely
to the action sale of city o loanuage
rated lat Thursday.
From the number ofa ots sold, some
twenty-ave have changed hands sace
the sale, and the parties have all
made good proats on their trasse-
There ls a great amount of work
l comtemptatlotn for the coming sum
met, and a number of contracts hav
already been let for resddecees and
busiaeas bouses.
Gainesville property Is as good as
gold bonds and outsiders find It to
their advantage to purchase. a they
can easily double the Investment with-
lu a shori while.
Pollowi 1 is a partial list of the
changes for Friday and Saturday. as
taken from the books In the record-
er's oice:
W. ). HoIdridge to J. 1.. Albritton;
W. H. Holdride to John Williams;
J. L Albritton to John Williams; J.
W. Patton to G. K. Broome: B. R
Colson to L. I. Brooks; J K. Haynes-
worth to L. V. Polk; J. N. Kirkland
to L. V. Polk; B. R. Colon and J.
H. Hodges to f. I. Thoruley; C. P.
Ooodman to Dave Johabo; Colson
& Hodges to A W. Blair; Coteas &
Hodes to L~. Watsoe; Colson &
Hodges to W. H. Mathews; ola Mor-
ris to James Cellon; P. G. Ramsey to
DItton Bank; J. B. Hall to Jaale
Warden; T. J. 8wearltaoe to Bock
& Buddlaier; M. P. Bock to T. B
Bliddlaer; I. A. Jackson, aa gardlan.
to Chas. Plankoon; H. P. Langley to J.
k. iddlas; Colaon & Hodes to T. B.
Stringfellow; Colson & Hodges to
Wi. Campbe; Alice C. Thm s to
H. K. HUl.

dome people think they have cam-
ctitos when In truth they have but
Sopniak s.M Opinion is temporary and
superfocial whje conviction is deep
rooted and slasg.



Terrible Red Patches on Face and
Arms Made Victim Ashamed to be
Sn Sufred Intensely for Ten
Months- Expert Treatment Gave
No Relief- Two Sets of the

"Abnut two yersa ago I venrrarte
eamsm and sulfred intensly foo about
see months. At time I thought I
ould scratch my"st to pwae. Mr
tam and arms were coe with torg
rwi ptehm., no that I wa ashamed to
po mat. I wn advsod to go Uto a < x-t
who was a qsreaJdt mr skin dmrrwe.
hut I wmeit ewry litlUe rwetr I trwd
ever knows romnwd with the same
t I thought would mner get
ie**l until a frwn.d i 4 mmeU told ne to
try the Cuticurs Hmdnede. Io I tried
the, aw the last r'wcur and I am very
ged that I dad. tfe after foum G O e
kplatl fi ('t,(fs'-ur Ointament J warn
rlr d my unsaersbIa ilcing. I
uwr twIo o 4I$ cbe ('uticuri a tiemmt
(sCtkp. Ointmeont asu Pdb). and I am
onwapIetly ',rv4d. I alJaym recm-
mand Cutkwera o, any orm tQat i auf-
fera an d in every rse it 'me to cute.
NAMs Barbara Kral. a22V Mt. Pkimaat
Ave.. lHihlandlow Md., Jaa. t, 'ua."

Fretful Babies
$Sugflirt tra lSkin MNwers
SoeU"d to SaMp by
A warm batb with (utkerwa b rp oad
a gmnte moanoun with Cutrura 01i-
nient. purest and
sweetest of emoalla
V et" agur iinmmedte
nrld tbh mrat di-
a Ig. bursm. alyMsad
Smm. rsn..ltoid ammd
Uses. -11tao Osm Wn

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at--I l
Mad dWP a"d"pn

Ome ofthe
,r renta rt
d dot b h bommn d tohb i a V"

be products.
Pooductoe ad etual ememeel ad
r--,-bl1 dims d t d yp -I
and which have tat d to worl-wid
astepar t UWoMi the appovl a Uthe
Wdela-Itrmd a tIh Wldt; ot a imb-
viduWm erly. but a the -- y who Iha
Ut hampW faculty od seledtgm'Id bfti
ing the best the weaM aeids.
OM d fthe pUModmu that dm,
how aSmpmNt puIs, a Bodedl
ame., appe ed by pl m rd e,-
meaded by tbM WdaIMbt d of ad
Weidds a v bl. ad wk 8en8 4
s:Ave isc the wu-ha w Ugvap elp
and Nmird ema. To gt It e

etued by WECdk FIg s P% G.
ady, nMdM "a t dh afbaydoft


NEWBERRY. April .-Dr. aN
Mrs. J. r. Ruf and little so are
bore again after a week's visit to
relatives at Peasedla.
Misses Ola tadstill and Elote
Smith returned Priday from Broson.
where they spent several days visit-
tng friends and relatives.
Mrs. Chas. Green of Jonesville was
shopping here Saturday.
Miss Annie Price of Wade is here,
a guest of her ant, Mrs. Bryant
Master L R. Weeks, Ut lanteretn
Uttle so of Dr. and Mrs. Week, of
Treuton, spent a few days here lat
week. a guest of his saat. Mrs.
Mls UMe Scarboro-h of O'rire
was last week the gest of Mrs.
Peacock and family.
Mrs. Code Weeks ad UtUte ms,
William L. are bone aganl after a
pleasant visit to the forar's parents
ia Oainesville.
Burke Methvis of Dwaemima s hbe
for a few days, the guest at his slter,
Mrs. F. D. Alley. ,s.

A Knocher
s a ma who can't good In ay
person or thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If yeo ad that
you are bealanlng to ao things
through blue pectacles treat your liv-
*r to a good clean cut lirocesj with
Railard's Herbine. A sure cure for
conatlpaton., dyspepsia, Indigestio.
biliousne,. all iver, stomach and
bowel troubles. Sold by W. M. John-
Returns to Gaineeville.
G. A. Blanc has returned to tv
city from Volusia county, where he
sp ut thI. Mlurt tecral uiouthsr ulurr
intending a large celery farm for lar
ties there lie states that from three
acre plaited to this vegetable th.re
was $4.,00) cleared and the farmers gen
erall> were successful the past season.
He is a landscape gardener of rare
ability and will make Galuesvllle his
Homeu until next abeaoo.

People past middle life usually have
sone kldw)ey or bladeter ilas nor.r that
rapl the :ttallty. whblh Is naturally
lower In old age. Poley'sa idney
Remedy corrects urinary troubles. stim.
ulates the kidneys. and restores
strength and vigor. It cures uric as id
troubles by strengthening the kidneys
so they will strain out the uric r.ld
that settles In the muscles and Joints
causing rheb.siatlsm. W. McCollurm
A Co.
Having Front Changd.
Nic Francisco. the banana mnan. i
halug the front of his store building
torn out and will have It entirely re-
ulodll.d and arranged to accomno-
ditt, hli largely Increaslug business.
lie states he i nu ikiini the change
. the, Ip*',10 *D Ilia) a irsi-class
fruit store, run si it should be. and
exipectlt to Umake it the leading fruit
i(uort. uf lr ltat*-

lDuril the spring everyone would
I. benefited by takltg Foley r Kidney
Remedy It furnishes a needed tonic
to the kdueys after the extra strain
of winter. and It purtees the blood to
eleMlaste the Impertlt from It.
Foley's Kidney Remedy Impart new
lfe aad vior. Peast to take. J.

Typwrot r ibboe Tlo Ie at t
-as The b4 a the a o at O
een oW mdA i S mad W 8w
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First Time fuG Aestle Has ee
Take, AIttmaglt MO Ordinace
SpeIues It.

Prm Wedesday's Dally:
At a called meets of te irsmen
Monday evelnl,. the departmet got
down to business sand elected a board
of fire commissoners, an Item that
has long bee overooked ht which
is apeciled In tMhe rdinane mveamra
the denartcnea
It Is the duty at tis obar to per
feet rumb and y-mlaws gourtag t
ioemeo ad they WM at eme ram
mene thia work.
The board heleeted Is nm ed of
Chif N. I Bermn P A kitM
Chief A. M. Cushmasn. Segad Asm"-
ant Chif L Oaerie; Premi L V.
WIiak sa of Hro se mMay pNo 1. A.
istast IPerem at Hee Ogpmy
No. I W. T. 5etr6a Pohrems A.W.
Sargent of- Heoe Cmpany No. 2 ad
Assistant P remain A. Tayler at
Hoee Company No. 2.
They will draft laws to ovesm t
department It general and rtMo pa
all ofeses not into cordae wi
Its relations.

Netlee af ILfetem
Noice il hereby gives that an elee
tio will be held t Memew. i to
eal Ta SubReoad Distrie NumberO,-
on "reday, May 18h. A. RD. t .I to
detormlne who shall be Read Trueia
for the fcal yeam I sad 1910 -
the rate of ad lie toab eoellted A
the abON t- lsed y.reer f 0*
Peaster, S. I. a elfo. and Thu.
MeCrede are hreeby appe ted .
spectors for tha abeoe -detd
Done by order aof the nd at 0lOn
ty Commnslan1 AlasJes em,
lorida, thia 7th da of A prl, A. ,
1t8. JOHN 0. DAMMPr

By tm Clerk. Attt:
S. H. WIENOhL .-r "

Goanesvlle. IrIds.
Dear Sir: The point Is right here:
Every Job painted Devoe takes les
gallos than of any other Pait.
If any one doubts this statement he
may paint half hi job Devoe.the
otherr half any paint be Uke.
If Devoe half doesn't tLae les gal
lons and cost less money, o pay.
so Yours truly.
P : The Gainesville Hardware Co.
.ell our paint
Take notice that I will. on the Arnt
Thursday of July. A. D. 19l,. or as
roon thereafter as I may be heard,
apply for a pardon for Omcar Hopkins.
who was convicted at the sprinW term
1fi the Circuit Court for Alabhua
county In 1)06 of murder In the se-
and degree. Anyone delsrint ay
then be beard on the merits of t
Attorney for Petitioner

Mr. P. G. Frltts. Oueoata. N. Y..
writes: "My little girl ws greatly
benelted by taking PFOoy's Orto e
Laxative, and I think It s the best
remedy for constipation ad river
trouble." Foley's Ortao Lazative Is
best for women and children, as it
is mild. pleasant and effective, and u
splendid spring medicine, as ;
cleanse. the system and clear the
ronplesion J W. McColum & Co.

Muet Leave the City.
In the Mayor's court Hewale and
Maal (C'larke were required to leave
the c(ii or be uawttenued to Jail. but
the came argatlt the Lowler woman
uai dismissed as she exhibited a mar-
riage certllcate Bioth were charged
aith kwluing bouses of Ill-fame

Two Millo -oettU
of Perry Davis' Pal killer sold every
year Think of It! And every bottl
Is lssminng suerla and helpi-
some bueas bekn to health aad
ptleu! Thi wonderful hMa
rowmdy atops th pai a praw s.
buu or braise It reL~s raur
im or e- urot sam el
-a eoaIloe uThem ought
to he a bottle em rear shelves ht
now. ready lor Soe et g oOf tOIhie.
The aw sete beas as mIs Ia
the, Is e *the IeAt es as sm
Few bs "gives re m Pur b'


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popular hoselry.
The asw o is m o e a ou.ismts -
pacity to resas all los -ead ad to
furnlh ioMd storage t ani
with but NU additim l l be-epm |
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a and most economical food you

can cat at any meal As a non-

day lunch it is the best food

for everyone.

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ge of 0o e .s peopleaeae -l.
tk. fpbe hs be. a saL thl
gWaMu, 4m he has r eseved his vs
wrd ha the elass aee d Uw der.
a A- athe t gd m ss r awhic
he iw w a af s-e, lYmoad
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daumg his reeled km ceild beT
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-ld ---on"*masM
Mte hdosubstaueI Nr theashs
am Md h bees o6e6i0 08 or
a am a mdwe atPs. Th e
Rememioe mmmdrn0 the teemma

oua ddN the ea ere it was
oaoe tI o a es Sn the maitty.
y b vaiWe 0 a eder sabers.
we" de the modes at SemateOr
ft" ao peet a report weM time
Ah be agSed the Demonres to
-iseSo moeae ld at M isat
oet their views to the committee.
ThIseaw"was typeal of the hihb-
heased oetke which the majority
he pIrsued thaohout the ost"iMders
thad o the smyare. The Democratic
embers of the oaemalttee wer, given
so esOemaIy is eassam witnesses
Seve to ear their sum te-m Uan.
as seaer Aldrichb pt it. T'he uea
bi teasee ha tomea the tau. e
ope hl Or a s lbut"

aCS. Peta C. MIN Is moew si at
at v eI, T.hr the0maew or
WiM am AMis last AiSue. The
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900,111 N W bMMr
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sMw ar ksmlPUs aIts
Is *my a" 01 esa m Is fteM
.8dwelvi Whrbe aew.do
beesf f dihanniever
paorm child pgoaway bum hibbheat
"a I ha aWW, mlview the warg

"w eudhmss aga sin l h akeup
r0 ad a- The medmal
hak elemmwmmmi vuetm s.in
60*e0ry.1TheIfarmer @601ou""dsen
a IMv weeksevory yew n' ha te iy.
Ie MY hohiop childexperiment
wft a the bd asIf sheeN
so ha a b"heie Ina whiueor hr 4-

heind emud tdebleil through unused

eome oe a t te"aM mde tn *d e

- et elmp omwe whn ema is
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*ae 9e4 i- Iamee aatIf srlh rI,
- im n al r as bor rmaps

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- id th ti hesm s A
Sti --s o d0.the Seu Aeeair

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t ~maalne Os coimma la
lsa te maer of Mee
a lsoms oved a de m it aK @

J ableI Ia et a tle ta ow ri a
- le Os suae lr y0.y
A m t a ew psegrw m had.
staos a hab a a Tse "the W a
aoe'm In etl mla ag ha ~er Ia
ame ha eveI r m r w poseee ha Set

tof tlw e os ht a wfb al I

a--- e l tk, herad s eIves
eth asmabm ha emop. es mee-

Oa mAur 1s t~,iu801sm1 tha e I

The aWo tc asal sLAmtwe Thb ak.
a t ae "ag mshoa mr. hich It
1-tlr a ad ahn ateIa OW bardg
bases la the mate sehem furaFeI
each of their bed wkh two sheets eo
a mI wleegth Ot eIght &t@., SYs
The Rvanash News&1. IN atghet.
IaNivaIal towel tm4 hashirtagl
bals coald be got harngh aM etth
klslstnses, the demand for oegtea
the So0th's reat crop, wOuldbe omu
iderably stimulated.

UpON remarkig that ity-three doe.
tors are to graduate. The Atlanta
Journal mys "hod to your pocket.
boebs a" ra hor yewr lves."

ey*pmers .r m of the
"b-nd tlrs."

wed as



TALLAHASSER, April tS.-With-
out o eppostlim the concurrent resol-
tbon fired by Senator Doe. C. Me-
Mulei O Tampa, providing for a con-
stitutiamal ameadmuet In order to sub-
at the question of State-wide probl-
dles to a vote of t people of Flor-
Id, was advanced on the Seate cal-
ea aw tohid reading Monday morn-
tag. Al e ppoltlke was evmilngly
beld bek nW thet measure goes on
tMid r teadr for passage.
A sta diacusason between e*-
naMr ord and Seater Harris took
pine ewv the later's bill. giving the
awto Bard of Health very extensive
powers ha the makim amnd esfersag
a r ia ae i regulatlmas r f th por e
nf nl f--ntM-a Inr ti' ni .
tn tohe d hN da the msast. u -
ase i -in. It was eay referred
hwa m thealieadar th@asemd rea

nas In order that It may bt amended.
Among bills on second reading wTre
the following:
Senate Bill No. 107, by Crtll-Ri'-
lating to cohabitation. Reported un-
favorably but with substitute. Subti-
tute adopted. To third reading.
Senate Bill. No. 102, McCreary-re-
lief of W. A. 0Sowden of Micanopy.
Laid over by request.
Senate Bill 105. CrllU-Prohibliti
pretltutlo of female, under 18 year
of age. To third reading.
Senate Bill. No. 1e0. CrllU-Relatlng
to entiti away ummarried females
for prontmUtuo. To third reading.
Senate Bill No. 44. Massey--o-
qnirig tebears' summer training
sabooe ad Manlm uNmiu l aproapri
tims 1f *M $ a mallAem at Unl-
Went Oomee hr Women ad Cmo
ored Normal SboeL O table by

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Putle VWWitg aeesnlIte Qa
Sped Ameat ---M Oty
as e MeINspe".

Throeg the uatog ebrtsf et 0.
prterdet H. 0. MeArtr Gala e
vgl win eooMU e ta have a rt-Cl
pmneor service rU the A. L.
mlyr md tke travUlls pubc vwM
abe Mhad as Md eee at their
we bItwem Oteis a JmlWesvMl .
The iwr seele whbk is mew be
l a mrams i a be peraued ueg
t summr meml, amd Mi is piMpe-
ad tot rrt tis arNe after the
tha tels am abims eO. whleb
wIMb hae 2M e 2 or sometime
th uI se

areofmem01 a to of-s o aS
srviel, ha is mndertsa that the
Ih f I ubmal e b iM w have W-o
sImt I L ml awIS at Jacsae,
v sahe MI Pr the otwr
W e bf a a E ve Jaebkatle
a 4 WMk* p. m. mla m lrr her
Is ample e r rp.
SO operating ths mvtSe It
wim emab te tDaveDkg puble ta o
me -e aet aeir we sWEm aiew
vef md would be me mmmo adedi.
les a mvmlaemes ha m si. .a
Olka aRm Im. t wel Imwe ,eseol.
IF bindal a p stles that wn heve
bsem aa ememve, as i wil
give almt ds moI day tLer
I e sa Naoi a@ b asted hb
No mowsg en. dasu 88.
whSk we the a amr wveiar towrst
traUm aNd wdie wll agaltn b
paced aI COmmIS oe aet season.
Thatls trana wE be played la
erviee tMhre to Ibrl my doubt, hast
the esMt schedule has O at been
aSreed nOeM. The dctseas of (Gni-
yue are w deuted to uperlateadent
MeArthlr for what be has done li
their behao to ee a Irst-etss
serv is ad out of thi city. It
will tve thre traisally each way
between an toel poitat wttbin a
nradu of thirty mik.l aud shoppers
ill ad it especially convenalt.




'Some to weeks ago a sudden pain
came in my right arm." writes Mrs.
marguerite Rau. $23 Franklin street.
York. Pa. "The doctor called it In-
flammatory rheumatism. or about
seven weeks I doctored with different
remedies without gittlng any relief.
My arm was swollen from the elbow
to the tips of my fingers and was all
black and blue and looked as though
there was something drawirn at the
elbow and as If It would break opa.
The pala was so great that I could
not sleep. I finally bought a bottle of
Sloan's U~nment and that gav me
relief at once. I have used three 25o
bottle and am now ausin a 60c bot-
"I feel that my recovery i due to
Sloan's Liiment. It did ore for me
a three weeks tham all the other
doctoring I ever di."
Before it sUp your m ory buy
a bottle of Sloan's LUlamet. There
are three sis. S6e. 60c and $100.
Ihory dram t ar isrt In stock.

am tMhema S peroas lost their live
It theo acres that have been go
oR is the vilayet of Adan during the
past eiht days a a reelt of the out-
b eak of Moslem anatislm. Of thib
total S.W were killed n the city do
Adana. more than M 0of the victias
being Molea.
This laormautia is removed la Co.,
stantlaole through oaswlar chaunu e
Adan at present I %let. but iwr1v
have be-n reeowed attacks o Chri*
tiuN at Mar"h in the vilayet of Al
Seo about eight miaea motheat
Alefalram. Te eemlaW advWO-
deorie the Usiuaslof as etrey
WoUemts. The eamstem t at a
pat Almadrea ias laews". '
thessh the oe 01 he Mlch
Wrsler ImMmaS at that PuM iso w*
ad to hae a t-agas- la es1t-

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Fmry A uardy Will Be "avy Graham Building. East Main iN SLa *Se o M.
Das, a The we- sy N tret, North. StuS S PrIm hr a w Y hr %8d
SWill Se Ot. Si T hre1Masla Lowers
-I-- Cn- i khrh --1,

Thb eond day of theft irvt Co- ATLANTA. AprSil .-Prerr
OpertlTv CoBtest %as * taa was expteod and tI all there pno eon ad te arwo to tl B
. Otrralve Co nteB t.TI anhr Amty Z l ,
were tweey-wt m at* 5fl53ates a ecavietl. Dr. soft5&.'Ass
nomiated n tbhe coest. a e nk m d
R4 f-y hu mw so bow after aie hd boon
The prices o f r -d ir. .Y: v-ry I.et. se tended to erve me year tIn the
ty and ex;:drlve. the Atis ei ai wy y o a' to el me Phodee r Oa -1- t
the celebrated Willans aud the di ad ama Deputy i tae s
med rs wiUI be over one earvd other aftesom at 4 oclck: a whoee o, a he bes
tw bat Nality. 9o you can go to aslaallle-Ce trI SesteIt place l d alut thy 11 tro1s
work know g that you ill be well Mi Kate Dalhtrey .......... 1t o p the der to r mer M s.
pai for the time ad trouble If you Mis Bemu Carver ............ 1.740 Memish d ben nero r I' i ti1h
shoul prove a winner. Miss Larie Colo ........... 1.4 pube eye a ste sak er several
As has bees stated before. this Miss Oertrude Harred ......... i, yr. e btalk 1 @Awarl= th i 1es b
sateso will be th larget ever eon- Mim Nell Dlota........... 1.10 eft art-ura part of AtM.la a
daMted I this MeOCtm of the State. Miss l Etueal% I.......'...... Mi Sew yoe ar ms, dept o s ea les
and the way that the young lal es Mam MeArt .r........ 415 filters to prheint e eeas oft O
from the comtry ae eatorits the eos Mie B et e KEl .............. M th plSwt lar, hw mn4thes e-se
tt proew tt It wiN be seeesetmL Miss Margurilte Letetter...... S uader the su vf l o t e pNlaBste
As many mtua ate as demre terom Mis Neo Sta lu ............... nl m ears, abt it O set i e
difereat memtin th ematy ea Mt Isa Stmpsr u .............. S1 bad t Mol Ml. bar h tead at
partecpte l the eostow hut a cue Mass Mares eb............ eO M S eao1u e11d 1 let ov1l mue st
reslilag in Galnsuvillue be placed Miss Josele Rvaum......... W mmr. They agmd hur wft amibs
Iase midatio for one of the plaos. Mas Belle Sadler.............S. 130 apte ae r tsrmu 0lu te aha to
They are dinSnetly separate and for Miss Peart Stem.............. 1 a ypom w t ome o SMe use d Ih 1 e
thme mrMais is the oetismaeOtslde Miss loras Vidal............ 1 vieseas. Mu wtt -sI apgid hr a
SOsehsvtlye. Mse Myra Swearta ........ 11m new triW d t VM ow amb pw
Dy sitian right away e wnrl aed iss Mawry Permases.......... S 1 to rar num s b hisS lw"5 New
that yea s "pile up" a mar Mm Ida MeDald............ 110 m a$ h s Q4 1 ai V. .
mtt vtm, ad aes have o ear Miss Uaa Baey................ 110 am I* ge tve ea pru ad d
that all w ti not be equal for the ma- Mis WIaIthed Fedrl ....... i so pip=S ade 1 t oa w e a a
agesnut have wisely divid at see. Ms ardys MeNPir...d....... 1 es as t twao -n"
t-w Is tOer tat GaIinsvifle wil Mis Fatle Burkim .......... 105 N em3 mh bal ted i he te O
is ituters With sthe ser places Miss abeme teley............ 1g teoie W sap.osd but resented a"m
Is this peat race. Miss Georgias Sawdea ...... ... I sd e g to he ht neu. rhe I esum
Thre seetis will be embraced, Mdi Ala P us el ........... 1 seted. r ply1 pi iL t at 'l
the G aad rin g olang to some l Ute Nina CDllr............. 1- rL er t h er asm at ea e amro s ll
aresbid wi thin the Gmesvilrle see- Miss Masie Pot m a........... I d as estde Wh he atte n& s yes golng sg
tia, this ienelding the city and every Miss Carrie eJrry............. 1 were pnparla g aaMppeal bedt d om m l l ats eMm t to dSo
e within a radius of four miles. Mss Katle Barr............... W10 e* t l the d e enr is a e is hVu"e e S a "M d wa
The Eastern and Southern section Miss Catherine Haile........... i* er ho em. A 3 p a.. ea n ..t1 aO t 6 ..
wll include Fairbanks, WaMo, Orange Mis Ella Baley .............. se led to her to e iso mee. i od 4*
Heights, Campville. Melrose, Island Miss ldle Livingston ........ Is Receiving a reply, eor A reed the
iove and everything ip to and ti- Miss/ le aCoot ............. n dor san d their agu plm ri-1J
eluding Maeuop, and the Tacoma etd and -uter d ee _d. e
and Wacaboots sections-for this Dr. M lRhel.. 1" D0 NM a Yairsh a o stBaaom nne nat
part th young lady receiving the Miss Patti Zetnnoer. Rochelle.w. 1.115 ad beside her tmestd, an a phyd. P6101ea1e0y6M1g
largest number votes will be Miss Mattle Jennings. Itochelle 1.10 esa a haves a da h--- ut. In s3W~
awarded a handsome Williams piano M1 LaVer te lobu lttt, Mianopy 110 utte, aged 1 L
-ale $; .fMis Al;ee 4trlck!and. Waldo.. 23;5
-value $1330.
The Western and Northern section Mss Hattie English. Taeoma.... 235 FL M 1
will Include Hague. Alachua. High M aisl Anes Zetroner, aoebelle.. ------ h
Springs. Newberry. Trenton. Wanner. %',s M e Efly. Waldo..... 200 s
Miss Larn MYcCrede. Micaopy n00
Bell. Wlcox and Archer and all com- M n attracted to Mhe Lerrs Mad
munltfes embraced in this section. To Moa planting expermean W ....c tha,
the young ly Miss Jewel Godw!r. arwthor.. 18S Inn e rlm al tti.
the young Iady receltv, the l taet
number of voes here another S e Miss Myre Hath anal e avestwI
thorn ..................... I
Williams piano will be given, valued Mhi e.t. U.haw. l. lia k... 1 f the Florida U. I6 C. Is to be eld
at Miss Ertle Shaw. alaa0. k... t St A:cguln. May Mrs. IA
Vt B0 con re roaed adt the r- Miss Elvea S. Waldo ...... 105 TA-o A II LLARA. AW 15E
Votes can be secured at the follow little w 105 eof Savanah will be a guest TAE
inestrlle )riture Comla, Miss Paullme Carlton. Micaopy 105 mor A e i
iurnlture. ey.i L. Sanders. Hawthorn.... 105 A party of f orty made up from all the sam Is ieved byI a aN b.
Phifer & Morris, clothing and furn- Miss Ikt.lh W\aits, liawthorn.. 1i ^et of the State have gae o trodade is e S tgen a S U
ishin. UMiis Martha English. Tacoma.. 105 Calfllornia to lvDate ,e It(o iniestite tr h. obp e r'aa u .'i
shalaeville hardware Cunps.ny, Miss Ruby Winter, Waldo..... 100 tians the CaliforIna it bears th nrrm S a v Sg F
hardware and plumbing. Water and Nrthern eetes. chane and the method emplod s sytem ad anSwhb, if ei b talb fl e
Slrs. P. T. McCormick. mllinery. .Miss Annie ikllle., Arrcdondo.. 575 m t h etla f Clihtrl l hr ao bea, tl teuM S lsg is I u a
W. M. Johnson, drugs and patent Mrs. I. Ware. High 8prings..... 425 the event of the trip be s titade of adapi o Magg !
ndclnes. Mrs. H. Maddox. Archer ...... 37; .tertainment for the vbs tiPhe iiisotive tube by sSt Wsas. is
L. C. mlth, shoe and jewelry. Mis Ron ae Rives, Himh xisl Anae eo i t a prpse t h is b iYr. s w J
Mrs. R. Wilson, dry goods and no Sprigs. ..................... 33ae tisi a ti if emad e f LIS
tions. Miss E a Powell. Alachua... 2 wl u t is he a
aunders & Earle, groceries and Miss Aleen Holly. Arredoodo.. 150 t bs a, .i. h e s Wa
fred stuffs. Miss Anniue McLain Archer.... 145 t a p ae a i s
Crawford & Davis. livery ad ale Mime Clem Pickett. Newberry.. 120 ters. ab eB
stables. Miss Hattlie Ludwi. Tioga..... 105 1 gbSm a in rs A 0
City Bakery, bread and pastry. Miss Vida arura. Bell........ IN e .

The Sa. printing and publlshag. Miss Annie Lao Hodges. High -.. 2 ae3 0 I s i -w d
rollowlag is the list of nomiastios Springs ..................... le
Miss A. Gro. Newberry....... U af e at a a w W&
Miss Ola Stadstil. Newberry.. SN -"0 a& n wI
Miss Annie Price Wade. ....... 10 c
Miss Mabel Cato. Alachua.......S 500'A ow ut o four mis" my it is t flud S hm
TELEPHONE "-" home. I* h" VW W" VA"-
pMsLsSharBl...b a h T. s W. aSno
msea. by Wa....a w ames dW do Im -AD 8WI
THT ADVENT REVIVAL. d east to be fM A g a i _

St*a* increasin a 6 T. F. I. Mm 0. Ia **r l O-,S it. m- e
Ser lv-eeresfl Sseasea he mlawm hr ae my en a@ is end =A spd bfl.
Oov tbe amoth t ons, The revival meetings which bean UNDERTAKING CO t wesaUm Melo btweh do IM r OM a 1d as* I
vill; emt It Oeal and h- at the Advent Christan church. on a p. aS i d Th. 1 aasm o hr ,=,
Food; wet to Rawamne Ri- East Main street N. Monday milgbht sba haMa dra lum W i~s nm r di I
w; north to Alachna. lHigh are growing In lateret each aighL away uny nm am f M i 'nmp
mad Worthinoo pn l. Rev Sweet. who Is assting ev. NW O. anty as te preuigo wahm e mate esa r.
Cdar Key, and al U trmud- J T Johnson. the peator. 18 the work. LMet uis ol That my pmn Un mm M f m pM
isr is a logical and forceful speaker and Satl the provalle of the M Al b lly f M5 'z o
ToW)IS, PHPHAiT3 MIN., his eraonus have been enjoyable and saaa& PeOo be do vl" his Ntm st oM a e I
ToWN, .HOMPHAT MI aistru ctiv. The coa-r ations a-con wpm am efoa bis ...ses WOl e...s lu I A e... d i
STILS, BAW-MILL a FARMS tine to grow is ambers and the hb e tertietd and be haM e u uSted I f6 ait
m inp mW meet Sas give promlae of proving a i t oSd _1 to e" er ltmet. i 11a me AmI f b i ed

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aIN o a a a a l a sall sa1t s od. a .d 11aa ae m 0 se t ~ t
E Fndt mu at 7:3 e risk. "ad a must -th. oal um o *o
Ul --r"il mtlavitaie to "ateo" to te -a l eatesder ow th e11 0e i 1
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IFederl BankingK I .ws make every wtholder of
this bank liable to itb delpoitors for twice the amoutit
of ttock owned. Add to this the niaaiuiemlent of
laffir ly our etticisit officeri and director al*o tl.
regular inspection by the National Bank Examuinelr,
and you can feel cure in placing your account with
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M'- A 9 "- -G -

Under and by virtue of an execu.
tie lhaoed out of the Clriet Court,
of the lFfth Jud4tal Circuit of Florida,
to and for Marion county. n a case
there pediag. wherein Riebard Mc-
Comathy is plaintiff and A. Teague
and W. Teaue are defendants, and
directed to all and every the Sheriffs
of the State of Flord I have levied
upo and will sel before the court
b door t the Ct' ofG Oalesville.
Aboma- comty. Florida. O Monday.,
the rd day of May.. D. 10. belng
a lgal ale day. between the legal
hoe of ae. the foletowvt decrtbed
promy tobt: The North Half of
the outheat Quarter of Section Four
(4), Towship Ten (10). Both of
R e Seveatoee (17) but, nt Alach-
a eomuty. Florid, levied opoa and
to e ol as the property of the de-
fedmat. W. Tease. to satisfy and
pay aM eutlo.
At a--mere. FlorMda. this 30th day
of March AD .1
Sheriff of Alacua County. lorida.

o the C OrMM eiihal Clreuls
Almebea s es ig oameery-
'I e D014441 M*m. aa -M- 4m vtm
odw r med hi LiiiLa ws s 4 Um
utoseof Vivm& and Novi" ItseFmta
Pisee o ~u ft bb. LCOW of Gemem.
wle. A Aeba Cal V FMs we vs j Uu-
kam W bud lwwom eeer DsS-MYl,
Is aeme--u hg maewi 'pojd o heM
a"d Inthe above esesed "come t ibs laa me.
Kema DO a" of the "If.so"" a tbreita
s610M. Is, a m.e-rodiems of The oSa at MII.
b a reiieid t uf thi.r hy 0.uiSO
%vat of Cheiha". 16 10 ate140 tWAt
ihe in Do seimft I. Ume Rio.. u ul *.;4 1 "I
"evtu -f a MbpoLas ur inewbot" w'U'. h!"
mM AeosIoa1 .64 U44 ya m Weasasa &
oevr %beaM e olf s.miobe Ieem.. i si
dvf ordered thaI wM omam-u.eioe
60108460 be med she In hereby required to
ee. wtot ae Iam of bO fL& Wed I sem
Oeae o n bofore Nuefty. the dau of
May. A.I. ePOW others iw the &ge-
times li aofslo bi d h i kbe% "eaa us: earned by
sold 0IMleeeL.
It IN 'lurer ordered hat Mua eoder k. opb-
Imbed oce a wee kf' four comageudwe
UOWe I The OsILe%,U. Mu, a &boWaaper
publhbahIs**d countaa) &Md SLate.
Two Maawh wth IN&.
S. IL Wl"GM;K. Cleft Chsts Ceowe.
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A true Slwo or oa hL
Isall M. M. Wtirym Cleet Chem Comm
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sot bas me"e aoplesgis w "a 6de0
to ime to meseehinee w"blow. bdowls-
dw&,M ;se160= bbm *M. pui. to
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kwha bMy id s st inWJ sh
whe I" "Iaul fAu.B, A%" mm
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...Civil Engineer &d Sairvoepe

Prnm. sIaalDlIu to ill busil.,.
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Nes Is b ereby Ire that uder
ad by virra of a deeree of foreels
mo o w age mseo and toadere
by te Mk. J. T. Wills. Jude of tb
CaMIu Caeu. Bfth Judicial Crcutt
eof Flrid. tI sad ar Alachua eoimty.
it Chaimry. m the tnr day of
Mareb. 190, m a certal. came therol
peadIg wvaretn Y. A. Day is eomn.
plalmaat and Oeorge White mad his
wife. rIma White, ar defendabte, I,
the umdersign. ais Specal Master Ia
Cancer. will Iell at puble ouatry
to the highl t and bt Mbdder for
casl before te C4rt Hoe door In
the City of GalDeesvUil. Florida. ao
Asooday. the 3rd day of May, 19 0.
between the legal hours of ale. the
following desertbed land. lstuate. ly-
irs and belng lI Alachu county. Plor-
ida. towit:
The Northwet quarter of the South-
east quarter. ad the East half of the
omAwest quarter of Section Fur-
teen (14). and the Northest quarter
of Northwest quarter of Section
Twenty-tree (23). all In Township
Seven (7). South lange Eighteen
(18) Eht, coutanlngl 160 acres more
or lew.
Tether with all and singlar the
tebm--ao* berdtlmeits and apper-
temaaeew t the same beklag or la
-ywwe appertailtesig. aM property
to ts o matify aid decree and
eaOt Term, eash.
Spedal Master I Chancery.
Solttiaor for Complalatt.



HuKrnm *ALL.










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YIatd O s PI 1,Mto hma ahs bria r@"

d WIted Sttes Emul uItIL

ADA. Okla.. April .-Two hun.
dred citizens of Ada. nr.arl) all of
them of the better clay*. thorAwkaly
disLusted with the "juot;e meted out
to criminals In the .n.ixllhr towns of
Oklahoma. early ye'ptc.r Jail and hanged four wealthy land-
owners for the murder of Deputy
halted States Marshal A. L Bobbltt.
The lynched men were U. B. Miller.
ort Worth. Texas; P. Brrell,
Dunean. Olka.; Jesse West and Joseph
Allen of Canadia. Texas.
Shortly after 3 o'clock I ton moer-
Ias the lychers shut of the electric
street Mhts, cut the telephone com
mualesatlo and uketly gathered near
the JaU. Wheo al had assembled, a
large man swaeredt mt of the uark
and saMd:
"Are you all ready?"
A oaftued busing was the only as-
swer. The mea silently de their
way toward the JILL
They had scarcely started before
they met Couty Attorney Robert
Wimblhb. who had received word that
the mob was forming. The crowd
stopped at his request. Attorney
Wimbish said:
"Mea d Ada, you are dligracda
this commaty ton the eyes of the
world. Thtak this matter over calmly
sad let the law take is course. I ap-
peal to you as an ofcer of the law
to return to your homes."
The mob, without a word, proceeded
on ts way. The attorney attempted
agals to talk to them. "This is ao
time for speeches." said the leader.

Guard McCarthy was knocked sams
lese with a revolver btt. The to
prisoners were quickly takes ouat, a
though Weet fought deprately.
"If you're golan to han me. do It
qukk." aid Miller.
The mob led the fuar me to a
barn a few hundred feet away aad
stood them in a straihtN e.
"Tell as what you devrls thew sh
Bobbitt's murder." -oated the mob
Wet aaswered for the to. ayns:
"Weldoa't kow who y Y e are
sad we doat care. IFr myself I
know if I had a asl-hoeoter, a ew of
you would bto the dut. t e t '
talk as ag as my '*abootg Ir' is
ia Texas. YTo ord appear to have a
Job to do. Why dot y ea do ? We
woa't tell anything aad yo-"
"The ropes" the leader broke na
The four praers were arred to a
beam and strung upI a row.
Just before the rope was pla d
about hisn -e. MUler eahy removed
a diamond from his shirt frent mad re.
uested mhat be seat to hs ws
In Port Worth. From hisDa dta he
drew out a diamond sarf pla with the
request that It be given to OGard Me
Carthy for his knd- to him. As
soon as the men were dead the mob
disappeared. At dayMight thUe bodbe
of the lynched men were at down.
When the mob removed the men
from jail they did not elest Osar
Peeler, 17 years old. who was impi-
cated la the murder. but who turned
State's evdeace. The boy aMd that

ad the march coatntued. Miller killed Bobbitt ad that Jesse
A high board fence surromdlag the West paid Mller to commit the mar
Jail was partly thrown dow4 and the der.
crowd entered the enaetm. The A coroer's jury returned the fol-
leader advanced and pounded an the lownlg verdlct:
Jail door. Only Guard McCarthy was "We Aad that Jim Mller. B, .
on duty. Ilrrell. Joe Allea sad Jse West
"McCarthy." said the leader, "open met their death by being bun by a
this door at once. We mean business. rJe and that the death of each was
Hurry, it's near daylight!" caused by strangulatloa produced by
"You might as well go home, boys," the rope placed about their seeks by
quickly responded the officer. "This parties whose mames are to the jury
door will never be opened from this unknown.
side The county attorney declared that
Jail Srokee OpO I he would Invet t's;te the lyncIMag
After a confer. nce three er of the mob but asserted that there was no evl-
threw themni,.h.1es u, .n-t the frail denre of Identity, and that there prob.
Jail door and the :1i-u ru h lJ in. ably would be no proeecutioa.


b14 Afe.B This Lif e Nave
0oAeemoused-Aslmo m

Wes mve"for Choq @mb&~

(Special Correspoandke.)
TALLAHASSE April IT.-That the
schboo boek quetu promises to r
celve fram the preset Lgslature
the atteatlo s mits o well de-
serve, me sr at this e of the pro
eodlaps to he prmeaIly eertah.
Several Ms aeu ibue pPevalsa
discused have been ltrodaed te
both Hosae aed seate. amd wle
Statewide s ormity may eot asee
desrable or practSeab at ths tb e.
atEm adll ro opet the merits of
my aeat to give the patres oa
choose be at a l tower rie at
last as owr a tM t hi ao t o pt
smters to the p1e- -o e seeh of
other eml ar dreamed lSta
Tah Talanhassee hews, edtad Dy T.
J. Applyar. wlma a 9g a111srviw
wabh Semate MCreary ma Snsoe "M
N& X, wpubases te a oewas edtOrial
eemme me emadwme ander the
bead of Chep Teat-aess:"
AMeaNtKM is ead4 to t aOeae.
view witNese. IL IL eC wy, pb
Nshead e ewber. Mr. MeNOary Y s
for yars bee ensavera g to eem
a onlermity of toot hsT reksoa
a State wtIe a the espoo tand-
we aS e semo e ; or. rather, wlt
Sasto to e ta papers Two Pr
ao Hea. Jpe. H. Mumprv hi m a
duted a bll that passed the eA
provtiin tfor ebesp to eaobs. It tll.
ed in te Ho ase. neer eemg to a
vote. But the nat of this mNit
Stion tht mtearly every oeety
adopted theo be erarm sad the

-Alasea mcoaty rwo st adated
books at gr eatly adled es a nd
wears ber toet-books at Pr-es
prevaling in State Unmsermty tates.
'"la spnellers e em re two boaks
-Hueter's Proesr ve peller, Prt
I sad II at 1e each. The threu tor-
or bood ksn ase ast i6c. The two
books adopted cost only 34e. lea the
hal the priced of t beks oreuty
"I readers the beks adopted are
at the same prices as pretil b Stat
Uniformity States. The First Reader
retalhnlg Ia two forms, eloth editia.
at 2.. or In board edition at 1tc, giv-
ing the patrons the choice of either
editken. The same red ltion obtaims
in all the other grades of readers, the
prices being reduced f rom 20 per cet
to 30 per cent, saving hundreds of
dBollrs to the Ipultis.
"lh, ki' Hibtury, In sLpecial edition.
was adl pt.d at Cw'. Thb foru.er ,price
being $1 for the regular edition
"Miline' Arithmetic to special edi-
tkan at 4.e 1c to he used ilntead of
the edition aold at e9c. These books
are Identical in subject matter and
2uc will be saved on each book pub
"In geography. Redway's was
adopted in the regular editor; Smitb's
Arithmetic and Hyde's Grammar asso
in the regular edition.
"Quite a number of companies
were represented& ad the books were
dopted from Anwrican Book Camp.l
my. Gnas Co.. Heth & Co., Allyn
& suaco. ad McMillan Compay.
"By the adoptia of the special ed
tLoaen the County Bonsa of Putse Ia-
strcU haus sered huss that wi
save several thosas a dors to
the people of Alaches e mty durIng
the est four years, ra deomae-
strts beyond the shadow of a duebt
that the County Superateadeatos at
their meeting at Iake City were iwm
in conmdemial State uniformity. The
kroal authorities retail the power of
sr.lectcon and thus Irevent too Inay
chaules and at the same U la the
(obtls all that is best and cueapeet
ii, tbeeka under the tate t'uiformily

Voily's Honey and Tar Is a safeo
guard against see'ous results from
sirlng colds, which inlalue the lungsl
d delebop into plouos al. Avoid
couwaterfeita by LaInstig uoma having

the enouine Yoleya Houey and Tar.
w hirb cuatas so harmful drugs. J
W McCtollrm Co

To be ampaLeat is mesh i U a ae
Ute bird valy tur i sg sgalamt
th bar e s I S mreFl
roeS en ad awema .

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cut of and decayed mars extracted.
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W I S. mtI ou i* e of" Us

ri'- his~ III
#M Uw L oA nerr of bag

vS IICD hek yyeeam rd
ad od ae psonte mc mat thisofce
Ur J. 0. Rice of Hfig Sprins re-
ter o" h r It-mw yesrday alter
&S spo rpt Lb' past ea days her
W d ashe e..Wofrtlatives.
Sev. U.1H Swo aaa '-r. \V 1m
b" bona atie4iis the flu byterjy at
bha inseed tljruegt tur (Ity
&ays o rea. to aW ai Uso
06 D. MU4AV of bl aHhumaa .A&
saona the sielWes to the 4,I6) 114A6s)
e ols one al th namal c &j rk a of
the rurnI bee dStvvry .rwv ce ulu
Itha -'-
Dr. W. .. Johan*ol auPta a so
moedna hu fi. ases*6 tmik m
4@ VWO* )a OSfdb. lie sOdie. thAt
I& U"tt ;"y to us tbe mu~ft ai,4
sUmb MA W is us then.'
arm A M U ULfre sad dWAa.gyLog
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di Wel, trimabo Tasperam .
Us e ti e b ed a the readee me of
em L A. MekU.ltry. West Maso
maC, Theseday, Apr l h. at, at 3 p. a.
4U mdbm erl l a istto
V wViM rrmetd yesterday
[hum TamL wbe be wasCe on
wobbehe. ane ME" lo e e topped
mr at his grove o Lake Weir sad
Swell pleased with the way the trees
are losau and fees ertain he will
hae a extra U crow of fruit the
-eeim a mm.
Th Mpresetatives of the ,aon
lSmuay. ahool of the cty are request-
ed to moet at Mr. W. W. Hamptoa's
Game this afteoron at 5 o'clock to
4tem- the tavtatloa of the Palathk
dmnday w shelss to miot them at later
ashe a May 7. A thll and prompt at
te-da- i desired.
IL tekka of Waldo was in Gaina-
tle yeerday ea route to toe Ylvia
ston ametia, where he goes t look
after some bliness matter. He I
cae of the ptug~cr wagou builders
-f th is secti of Florida and for
many year was v ry active I ar
ma& his waps o i 1all1 e eti but
advaming years has caused him to
crtail his busiees to some extent.
Mrs. Joh r. Cox ad thr. th b
die of Lakeland arrivwd ii nt l ('11
ym(.rda) and fur the next fe-' I,
1. II u* ueats of the orrhr tr I'.e 1 -
..tr and Mr. V P tien -'il IMr
('os lis ne ou LalelaidJ I .. s id l r
(Cr .Se bf tul~e -oin Lt. atid for four
t&riu. had h*- bhonor t 4 wrt tim 1iia
tra.u il the respuaitible iualtiL I I

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1r fN VA do u=4S& s-uttA'os, du t wpm T" ft'"
us@ d mee pe s om esusa frm in eof this ssemw d.
as Wr a drop"ciset ,hol ad m st a ran of hb@:lvmb g injui
*ui. toe 0weea- ei~trae g of hml, ustiw Ams-im rusS

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wm Suppeod to nove Bo the The State Has Te Witmnen to e

Weoek of '- O--I.
AbM t I ONok.

C. W. Mcelu. ome of the extend
dals truckers o Rocky Ponlt, was a
lwavy tber by Ire o Tuaeday mght,
Ihe aImet beias $. er more, with
o Itolranse. wheo his bar asd all
Ms cemtos wre barred to the

Mr. MeDOld who resides i this
dty. was not pped of the act u-
tl Wedaseday mnrabg when hbe went
at to view ha ad make the
lmesenery arwagmts to got hI
Mi to rm .
o had I t put away all of bi
mnvass, eensinsda of about 4,M
-a and bde this the bildian
Was aflt wth end stuf anO Ipl
ts, the ealle Nt beg a ttal

team bed snM eabeenW

Il wmlW te e eso re. lead the
Ower i thed belf that It was ef
-r er~t.
There was no lasuranseen theu
buiMdain or ay of o stents anad
the blt wMi prove a heavy ow to the
OW* .

I reward.
I wU Ipa the above reward for In-
kfrmatlo that will ovt the pat
or parties that st Ire to my barm
Tuesday niht. destroyng all that it
entalmed. C. W. McDOXALD.

Mrs. W. C. fville of Arredondo
was nl the city yesterday on her regu
lar weekly shopping visit. She is as.
sist.ant imstmnistres at Arredondo and
assists her husband a great deal In
the management of his varMos bus-
Desw eaterpriss at that point.




Beautify your homew by
trinjiul ing your laawn. Yon
Ililvt no ideta ho0w t'$i it ii'
uitil you t.ry 01 offFur

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The Eaoper, 34.S0

leading Special, 6.50

Gaudet Hose. Oc1, 1 -2c a
20c per fIt.

Lawn Spf&i~krs

Hear. All of Whom Testified
at th Iquet.

The examainaton tn the case of D.
M. Darvdso and J. M. Kelley will
come up for hearing before Judge
Wills this aftenoo at 2 o'lock nl
the court house.
This tavestlatlon has been bronIht
about by the attorneys for the defense.
who stoed ot a wit of habeas corps
a a effort to secure the daoefdt'
release on ail.
There are several State wiomeo
o be examined and Wie a amber
for the defense. hece It Is expected
'Mht It will require two days or mme
to submit the evidence is the ca to
the judge.
Kelr Is eared with the Hillin
of Ofeer sellers at High springs tI
IM and Davido is eharedr as aid-
tag ad ahettng ti he murder.
Ownla to the business standing of
oe of the defendant the case will
attract oonsierahle atteat"o. nad a
Ihue dsls**l* is expected to be
pree ft m nuih p ria.


PaIed Away at Hawks Park After
Llairt IloHM.

Hawks Prk. Fla.. April 21.-M-r.
Carles Glawson died April 14th after
sfering from luan trouble eight
months. But what a blessing It is
to know that he is now free from all

Mr. Glawson. better known as
Charlie. was born thirty years ago.
and only eleven months ago be was
wedded to Mlu Georgia Martin of Haw-
thorn. Fla.. and her many friends of
Alacbua county will sympathies with
her In this time of trouble. LkDecad
aso leaves a mother and sister with
a d heartF.
On the morning on which has deati.
occurred he spoke of dying and had
a smlle for the loved ones at his
side. What a comfort It in to know
that he was ready to go.
We have known Charlie froa child-
hood. aid while. he hat gnt. his K4AM
lnaueace remains as an example for
Rev. Jones conducted the funeral
services at the home. and it his mild
may. jpre'.ed uwrds of comfro
I, te re ar vedlti ors Th Frate-rnal
11imI. of which l.e ai a Iuenml-r
t1x1ducted the. fr*' t aI ht (b' t ..,

.Mr (:' .4w i t not inl I at g nti
I rai ht ,aM .I Im an. tut oi iluatp ro ,-

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takime esfyla Pay Ne Attontme
to Pedetria Amli East
Alas us Avenme.

o general has become the cne
plaint of pedestrians s o ha 4 to
travel In East Gainesville that nsn.m
bers of the council have agreed to
brtag the matter up at a meeting and
we It some steps aenot be taken to
put a top to the reckless riding nul-
As the law mow rveds the rider #,
are perlttod to use the walks where
the streets are I a aed condition. and
that they have abused the right ,%
best evideceed by the act the: a
number of person have been run ato
"ad tajres.
The Sa has been asked to call a
teotko to this mater on vartols o#.
easoas, but It has had little effect and
the riders till use the sidewalk
along Ust Aleb aveeae as If there
was no street a l.
That the corc ll wll, put a atop to
:his iractce by .Lr;-n,!ng the law
there is now little doubt. and parties
ridila alon this way will be handled
as oon as a change can be made.

To Al Whom It May Concern: No.
ties s hereby give that sixty days af-
ter tos date there will be a bill tntro-
daod at te IM sesioa of the Flor-
oa Lo slatr e for a speelal law for
Aeimai em yto to pU he shoot-
, hanting or kil-g of quail for
three (3) days out of eah week dur-
ag the opes -ass.

rm Q A DU pa, seach. L
IL W%1l1 16, vlus. 7khr.

QUICK RETORATIVE tor lost maa.
hood. agufacton guaranteed or
money refunded; ce per bottle.
Sold by W. M. Johasm



lWhen by calling on The
(;aillesville Furniture Co(,ii-
pany you will receive a
ca rd W\hell this card has
beti punclies,, olhowing
caIh purtclut allounting
to $T, returni it with :1
cent.L in stall) andil you
will receive a

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