Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01651
 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 29, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01651
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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After Which t Was Mopted By nooe-md -ra-

cbisement Debal

TAI..AIIA8EKK. April 2. Hoi
.laiei1 E Aexander Tuesday niodifie
his resolution ctnsuring lion. Fran
'lark. offering a substitute which
simply endorisd lion. William
I1rvan. and ite'that form it was adopted
I1y a ottf of 29 to 22.
The' re*molution as offered by M
Alexander wa. as follows:
"\Vher,.a. The Hon. Frank Clarl
memltr of( Congress from the S eon
district of Florida. has upon the floor
of the Congress of the United State
;:'asail.d the IDemocracy of the Hor
i illiam J Itryan. who has three time
gallantly led the Ik lmorat.c holti
i therefore. IN It
S"Resolved. by the House of Repr,
sentativesc of the Iaglislature of Flo


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*Ot1C *~K lIHI jl~ VIQ.iI I Itaank Goelffeetr IIis lNo inies-thaIT
moeniesellie.,buqet In the Evenig.,
W ~ ~ eu art. I'.rtnitit-dt o .11111~cutIe :t
Wvedtesda April P,,-i.mI ifIrll urieadlgs.. on tod ill a.t(crlailce Twlai.- o ur' to e.nii ill hicsh me
lota lf It r-Ble aiileer.-i 1,.% i. I t. -coni. ifith it- original plans-. call ro'tie'vv e r o% .. citr lawlixtark-.
fr e m (tG ii II. l.IIl Li. I 'lle' arrangvnivikkis and fiziatacial %I.% t-trimets customsa'. urtc or% v oitr
te edt t t Ii f Iies- which curroundt(d tll' Ie ritul. u rlpe'tuat nitd r -in-iat
I p Iroj-Iect of the' building of the Temple to those- % hoe tlltt 'otfl*' att.'r wi
Ivlf-il te I bt'cld iI 1Idal it'll Ii ,14 e 0' L .1 ] lia % tee.ik ct~h. touirtgoeiittsb% atnd .As- I cont~t-ui e lat e'the,' past and as
In till O.%(I' i '-11cco. al I colisutin ~at#-d. It Is our I ca r et aiat rt -ndn ie' eko its- varr
lit the morti hig. andtl iltc toe I a.It IItItII-' hiome nd ap. such litsit el ol Tasure ad hitir%. sr it' arv Prom 'd toc) fCtgratu-
ig hIour at 1 s' i, taI t Iroz 1 will sgrat ificat iona it i~ Ita e t v IIfernial Ii tet- ate' (;aint'si.illo' li ulki the tact
"ii a-. it 1 ~,, ciered to ott in its full com isle-tiof that It has keot Ipar' side i)i- side-
I i-itet r, Iree l i.and tia ic iat rY ReC ~i' e It from nit, with the- f,-r% Arith th' material ad% at ce'nelint-
vilheo canreit v to %it-% III, i:.t. riir. % i.c-re lit Iife and era' er that it tna toe I -pic11re -sls and #-if light ie'unient of the
...-~ I ang a- a~e* ~ ~. ~ ieleell -1tip ou .1 a tiuett Iie it- tulle-I evrtat Iinsti~tution~s of the- age'*- e
Ahe K e t.ael f- it tiltt it% ja%," 414)e ei i'll' i -t ecolle'clioti be-fore ni
Iitat : ec1 I g o'iie re 'ivt il ojif l% (it e er- ia. lou i ena olfd fi ll'er all titime cItf lie I hlaa % n our Iodize a aa the
Silel feiti- al l i-i itIlk :rr~a tI te et~i cn to antfl( t he reii diseniinate fe ewi I :tit cit the ctd Rolmcis Hall. its
the dceeorataeeoe,.sI Ii. i.. i t riiic4l:1., :,vt'el a-J- r alcittttie iituiceile-El. uneailtated.
I'ht- 11--Aj- .;. C It in tte ita thoe heart?- eof our it-rue m -frshlaii'p jve.t~e~l all- it-; a':i eI rvoinitruet-
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Government Claims Juris-

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n. ture to consure Congressman Clark
-d or anyone else for a personal course
ik assumed. "The members of the
h IrglsKlature have been seat here to
J. enact good laws and not to disease
Ad politics." he remarked fervetly.
Mr. Rlchbourg of Walton said while
r. be admired Congressma Clark be did
not sanction his attackslu ap Bryan.
k. Mr. Wells of Leop wanted to know
d if Congressman Clark was to be cei.
3r sured. what should the House do la
is regard to Mr. Clayton of Alabama and
n. other Democratic members of Coa-
Sgre s who had also assaed the
,. Democracy of Mr. Bryan. An adew
tion of the resolution a mat. so be
s. aid. an endorsement of Bryan for
r. the Democratic nomlnatlio for 1912.
Wating Time.
"I'm getting darn tired of this tblal.
gentlemen; let us get'down to bui-
neos." hotly remarked Mr. ight of
Mr. Hardee of St. Lucle offered an
aniedment that after the aane
Ilryan. ai last mentioned in the sub.
stitute. the words "or whatever part
each individual member can sub
1Icrlt' to." '
Motion to table amendment pre-

.'r lid'cs of Columbia offered an
r i l,. t tiht the name of Frank
Jf I .tr I k ,ut of the subotltute
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I Aiess to Bldinag by Crawl-
* Under MHoue and Cutting
Throeh tire Flr.

metim- during Tue:-day nigx"
4 entered the grocery ,tore of
Lme Tucker. located on Wall
t, and carried off considerable
IC(s besides the cash drawer
th e aume that had hecn left







Headquarters Will Remain in This
City and ,ll1 Be of Great As-

distance to Business Interests.
Cured by Lydia E.Pink*
ham's'egetableConipound ih
Mila-aukee. WKs 'G Lvith E 1 k. 'i' e I ''C
ham's Vegetable ('emP04twl fas niaciele CC iltI1)'e %cei ~h er
11eWa& v..-il WMA 11ua .tl lt I 11j ctaraih.* Wt I I;-' eAffeei`--
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1hitct11. lpro '%W,-fit aiiel CX 239 al 1i1.1i1

I nimfentwalet r-u',le
a n fearful etisnin
a the los will probably amount n my lck. I had tle
U1. and of this amount a e t doctors nwl
oeets over $10 was In cash,. which they all de id.i i
.,h. 3 I lI,. a tenir.
eft over from the sales for In Ld iktion to .in
Purpo female trf(ble,. nlhd
In so elue an to who the' .. advised an opera.
parties are, but Judging from tbion. Lydia E.
m'sn eGetable Compound msio
way they west about the matter me wel wom an ld I have no more
O woell acqualated with baekache. I hope I can hblp others by
b n ge w Bmw all about the mi them what Lydia F. Pnkham's
*L/ d lb. -.-- t iem V-ii Compound bha done for
a se t p lce, eatmam me. --M.I gExXA l am First St,
one threes te a1oor. MlIwakee WIS.
Armew ad Oweas ae both The above is only oneodf the thou.
$ s the samd o metaLs mUs of Iraterfl letters which are
eOp V m the next w M eastm tlyI bem t ti retvd b t
PIt'b lp tM0t1 CBEomPay ofLnn,
2"b t a end ote robber as..whieh pro ve yond doubt t
t ave "eeemrre with the past L I. Pbha m's Vseetable Com
e ekMs mi frt oots and herbt
y4 l suOeN mthee obstiate dis.
tes -after al eteor i MMs
a "t ery eekovrhi .
ommo wn t h eislf tbneto at

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Os1O e. orf th emnple, Utas a= toets to w
Mbh4m A sal d ta hdIh

Y tI Ip-m -mnaK a.
bretter we l -today to oc-
b tomple of Free Mamay.
to the lrl of God au a last-
ewrnarbl a tOW pred eessorsaMd
Plel of ai oelUty to the ten.
ol w venerable order. 1tand-
Si rael ol old at the porting
Jerdu'a waters. we look back for
omeMt to the worn and weary
beblad a. Ita victories. its
its wrecks and Joyous bkle-
and then pas over, staff In
ad lioe girded to pmosess this
Uhl home, realizing what its
loo demands of us and resolv-
under the ahekinah of God's i res-
to live aad do up to the full
re of the duties Imliped.
"This Temple. erected at gri-.at
ist by skillful workmen. har a deeIlp
leninl within and L; nd their
trength of its wall anIld the t,'aut%
Md skill of it. adurvni.ent It i1 h1uilt
r the o-ii.-I'.riilmr.iuen-t aid lr ,t .tlc4 ,
if Jom thintr th ti :. t io it*

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tie re fuze l.e lee rf I i li the' l~ier,1
u r ;; i!. ,to % .lk ii '! .'i.i .t
kc e|i i. I cI.I I c ) i .1 e! .
al' thhu .-iirit (of I'roe, .Ii-itnri
hdch h ,thi -lhiI Tl-inpl l.' ritilNlit ,.
nd h.-rcial lies thit- line'i dial ( hti.ch.,
SKMlnd Iien a'nd itrl e- alre Ic <'tr
y. )nto the' IIiiin IpatlIla) (of ujr

"Slay this gra-.it occariolun o'li1llhet
r devotion to our aill'i-.ltt crdoer
)ay It ireo'gt hei n the I(Iail-, of a I li
ia brcathlrhsxJ. Ima.\ it Ite th -Lilt
g 1pinit to each onIe of up. flor at
lore courageous, ho,.loful iand de'ter
mined pilgrimage' toward that Teni
pie not made with hands, t(te.ral :i.
the Hea'.ens."
Re I. AdH Yerger. the grand orator
for the occasion. d,-li%.re-d -oitn of the-
mIot masterly aid ci-uciint addre-.s
o eti.r heard in this city alongK the
lines of the order, ith high and noille
work. It. ca'llig awll which ia.- (of
a P,.e- lial Inatuire c r.l.* rllir tti M11
sonih fratunit ai etit oit f ee &|pul!i,

nle tire. t. Y.r, r. iit voll it It. -1 Ire tit,

Past Master McClellan.

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icci e 4et ) outi at I1MIL
er.41 ,i.,& rv agci I e i.
1.. 1 -'. of I 1--be I,, Ce.

lodge. In behalf of one of our well.
beloved and honored Past masters.
a beautiful set of working tools In
a mahogany case. which was much
appreciated by all %qr members.
"Again. today. I was much surpris-
ed when I was honored by this bauie
distinguished brother when be asked
me to make another irer ptation of
a companion piece. and by far the
most important part of our furnish-
Ings. and without which all our work
as Masons would he without divine
authority-the Gr.at IHook of the
Law. which is ilvc.n us as th.e rul*
and xuide to our faith and practilr.
It is the, Word of (;od. and :i thorough

acrlu:lintanrce' with the Iruth- tiherreint
elontaiitrld aill aIfford us that Ipace
and cosiimlation which the world can
not ilL gil' r talke a;a\.
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age r. \V I l'al.. I r,.-ele nt.
(t' l. .1. 4. N q'i,,... rr tai- itr. -i-r* r.
i. V. Ott. ,.a- .iita lt t **r I ;tr. -tI i-
urt r. t I. ; I nii-. xK nTeral II.- n I I
* 'ndilt. I' .l I 1" \ ,'t,,to r. <,,.-lh.. r.
Tti., he ;ad.,i;.: rt r < r ill r'n.,in in
I;ain;-,t ill*- a;il the, -an l,' liit.ral I ,ol
icy a ill Ii-. pliur-i.id I. tih- cO cniml'aia
that has narked their lusiine"-,s *n
terlpriw.s during the past S-\ e'ral
years. It ~ t(wlay o ne of the large'-
pihosrlhate rne.rnti in t h- coimr r..
and the fart that they have I-riia
nently decided on Gainesville as head-
quarters will be hailed with delight
b> the citizens.
The office force of this company
is quite large, besides numerous bual-
ness people are called here to see
them. and In every way It Is of great
benefit to the city. maintaining a
lage and handsome building for their
odkes alone.
The public will n.te with pleasure
that Cols. Dutton and Nichols retain
an active interest in this great cor-
poratlon. which was originally started
by them and which gradually branch-
ed out under the supervision of Mr.
Chase to such mammoth propor

rison. Newberry; T. A. Carroll. Jack
sonville: Dr. 8. A. Hussey. Newbiw-
ry; W. P. l rt. Waldo: H. L. Yerger.

Banquet in Evening.
The' re il jiy and delight of th-
c.e'aeiing Ito iii. k.rzoCe nufla wr i.~
a as t he' e-w 1,tal-: nectt fvamrtir- ~
sic was furni0-h#-d t thee We:'z c 'r
ch.ratr aiean Idic-at taint. atA t' -.
ojUet rt o eiI- '312.' of the' great -t ''C .r
in the' hiait .r\ cf; )fth cit%

mai de-ti in th' o r- rce'; tic 'i reef et, II.,
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Fire, Life and Accident h",e. b"t

SG. S. Merchant & Co.

Retailers lad Jebbwea la

Staple and Fancy Croceries

Grali, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers



14ghest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and othe- Produce.

A Complete st-lk of Hay. Corn. Oats. rl,'ur. Isran. '.aIl. Cotteo
Seed Meal and !Tye.. \', hai .li.- in'I tri Very Seast goo ,
at Lowert Prhices. and iguaraater satlifati'on a *ays.



Your Opportunity!

ave part of your income regularly anI< < I-

Your money will earning 4 per cent illter-
est for you-working while you work, lbut
also while you rest.





Groceries and Grain

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While l~zemia. Acn'. rTett-. ql't R'i"ti. i'it re troubles w'i affect
the skin, their so.irce 1.-; I r drI'ep '. t a.in l'i, o :1 It.' le T'I P. lT--tlio -..
are ca:irel hyv rlrtatin hlli-nors.o r ;rt tic ac Il i, t1 i, Iblooil. 8-ih impurities
infla!ne an irritate t',. *1I *h i. r. t-wwrk of to orn i t it owaii'h lies just
beneath the sirf.(.e of tl)ih o iter 4 produced is forrci out thro-:ic t'ir lpres .n I g' :ilt. andl i. continiually
Irept up -:.Ile the 0loorl r"manilns in!f#te Thil s e'r ilition ctilu the formi-
ation of sc.:lee4 nnl tcruts Nso often *en in It'/,"nem, mail when tho" :w*.
scratched off the tflc-h ei l-ft r.aw nnil n ;or,. r nicepitltle to other nlf.c(tio:.
It ca' verv fer dilv l ..- s. n t'Pn t'- t to proul; e a 3cure.r th:e ir, ul.itl i il '.tL
be pirinld tand (iatenr. w. T.,is S. P S. will do. It goes dlown to the .r'-
hottoni. riemoves all humor anid n imflllrntli, i:itralli/oi t!.e exrt, iv ..lR id -
of the ,.**m and in this w:ir re-noves t io .( i of l uepa. I.o al at*n :i ,
tion ( an onlv soothe the Irrit.tticn :iandl i.-.it liI k.e*p:lti the skin ( 1- 'i. l.ile
ne ier pr -lire a cure hecausie s'ic'i tro.t erieint ire rinot remain th tll, i1
S.S.S. iet'ores to t ie than. ai.crl blood< ill its lo-st prolertis, miak ts it
pure nnd' r! h anl e.al;iles It to nourish the skin :ian(l keep it soft. smoot'l
.*nd hie il-. Book on Skin Dirtease. antd anv medical advice free to all



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at .1ars'tel srual (iet ael th.'
iae'rchal l ee!, In titimleieill hue Iite large- act.
a sri-tIne.ite to oiee AgIll find jiiui % % iero.'
114P els 'eeeiil traeieililt: ; ,I ol *II tile !-.t 11.1
,imef iccakikethe. Iien-%cice 4unt feer titc.
-1u1d iteeit1 fail tillstivinvtibit r that a
nweb-t liberal itUav hinU hichti)to ecu'rs
%ote's ilberiuig n icior -Iiare t lime- at
tonio.e 14 te c i m."- aiii:ii thie ieih-
helrs tair !-iiltiti plim. 11-. itlee1 utwk (fra ite
whortleelig feeor Thtl. S I Ec I e
',..r' da% since thel great ctint.-f lo-

4ee-r. UAhich aeccietits. in a eauimeer. t.ior
I tve u ~ a.% Iho -ceucetitr \i'prelet- .me' r4
f.e'aig hes'.enii fromni
G;aine's' illie girlt lek avo-e' i33 r#-4 e1
* l 'ni~.el' a.- alnuie t Ireiu ti. l
mAill 1w4' 59*tj 11;%t.-f. rroi-t(U t te Ill#. aizer'.
\ote o nU teing lItllet te bYall tof the
Ilace r-t

Gainesville-Central Secteon.
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Full line of Palmer

Hammocks just


c-ived-$1, $1.50,

$2.50, $4,

$5, $6.

General Agents for

F. W. Devoe's Paint

-wears longer, goes

farther, spreads easier

than any other paint

on the market today.

See' our show window

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tio s asre the usrIv 4

wewn 1a%0 1l I." MepsJAa1&Sthe 6C4t of
gauctrmrth s$%.c. rrIdall Mi Gpr osa iI
waeture 4mnl not to parol mt the njur.

"fuip+ peOpWr murilermCht,

buy t~ii Leu~sarnCI; ECr
~na4fdts'u l air&w
sympifigs 1 *1 x~frlslm

vie Enmw Co. usy
Wow UP)1 UwrdV pswe p..

Aura %I.eUis
Illanzlch Thcompson.ee
Matnic Chlucei ...
(;rat'e Ilullard ......
Vatinie' Whithing....
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Grace-~c (;I~j%4.r
Mildred McArthur. .

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NI,.-t1E lla il'Ormangoe iteigit- I7
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NI -- Neillite Htte'e. iNliwiil'. .'7eV
MIt Idittio Etaglish. Tacomia 2'.74"
N'iii M'ten ia Strick~eeland. 'alele 22%

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<',llini e .inr ccii lthe t.i'. She l-
IlreI t v ;t;ld 'l ll\. Ia S e'. t '1\ 1e -lijl
* r. atnl a tIla iiteil liisn-e Wia-V nlla.n
.lillair ean t Ie -.a id to te lr,.t Un'i
his diry hmenlr wa a timchi ;aslslrs i.isd
l'ieliular I'ri Rese r\il sisat ::'* .erset

Rehearsals Progressing.
All arranlgenments are' ;ItNut
ilt-' for the' Ipr-eiitsa;t alni of
Amateur \Va'udeville Shcs at tihe
Ilatrd next londa. night
Rehtaral, are nmoi iiig along

at a.
at a

liliveli cliip. andi the iwru'rnm*,r4 art,
fa?.t working the'nisq-1% ill nshamle to
prot-swit a crudlltatle she eU
Pile' and 11mis %IiI I%- therv in
ti.%% acrobaticheats'v. Art taur Allvn ilUill
I.. tlir, with his lilack fact- niono-
kgie.tae, avidiProf. Wol~tz ^Iilaleece bi
.rs' Iil :a icew niuiieal actt Ed
Wo Iliiximes % Ill lov.* 'lchilC ueehn'c-is
if -the Ili 1 0a I)(.%

Fheire % ill a l.e twe a is .nedtl% sketch
siithitle-4 ri *! lilt. I '' Ma d a
..riem,. mw act ;~ %I til'sltht I 6. Tho
Italfi al-s. IThat Qwra
Thpro 'mi u l Ie o-ld o % a
t10e1ilCO-41l iate r in t he 'A ek

Whether from cold.. tit-at. t4mniact.
)r uvrvuu- troub.es. Catpudliw % %it;
Viiie 01u. It' liquid -Iiea-.it to
take-acts inimenhdate'ly Try It. It)"
'!w and Scf at all drux s'cv...

Fire Alarm Wednesday.

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If you can help it. Kodol prevents Dyspepa, b
effectually helping Nature to Relieve lndigetios
But don't trifle with Indigestion.
A crc it maney penj I w~ho h. vo a partial dligeter-nad phystic are
trit'r d .'h Iit lt 41t, n. h.cv, I .. i reIt dIlf ,'scte'rs t all.
s*"rv f, r it-- h,,n Incro,'usj ,r K,4,l, In a I'rf'rct dlge*ter. It
hrio v:, r !v.,.sia r'-i ilt.eld anl3ol could see KoeIotldigestlnlgevery
th, v heii.\. r t I b.en ilte to cure it. It;irtlcle of f(Iod. of all kinds. In the
U1** K adl.,l anid prevent hI.lvvin1 cinass teIt-tulbs In our laboratories,
PT i|. Si.S ou would know this Just au well
FvTerwAn is sphbjct to indiPts- aIs e do.
tion. Stn'iumach d, rangement follows Nature and Kodol will always
stomach abtIuse,. just as naturally ecur a sick stomahb-but In order
and healthy to'noach results upon the That is what Kodol done-rests the
taking of Koilol. stomach. while the stomach l ets
When you expr'rince siouness well. Just as simple as A, I C.
of stomach. h'lchlng of gas and
nauseating fluid. bloated sensation. %
gnawing pain In the pit of the 0oto .dCVa 1V SdiyM P a d
tar Ibuts. I" n r Ir ou ba h u I oTh
stomach. beart burn (n-called). enir, *lImtui f ~dse e ut e y t
diarrhoea, headaches, dnilnes or b l~'eI y ar. Hftobas. et d ese Moe
chronic tired feeling-you need Kr O rU. mrte UI si si ln s as
dot. And then the quicker you take tior etay. w te u aW mpay mf
Kodol-the better. Eat what you 5rt_ o heiw DOMehiM
It Nowmw ath Owe s-inr -- u
want. let Kodol dliget it. T7%68 a0W liS Utoa -e ebtostmb4
Ordinary pepsin -"dyspepa tab a".to I a '- n "0. e-,
lets," phyRsi, etc.. are ot likely cem ait
to be of much beoeft to you. In Kodol s prepared t thlehbo
digestive almenta. Pepsin to oly trt1eslol LDsWltt &T. lChlM

Our Mail Order Catalogue

Fwr q d hu iI

Will be issued about April 15th. If you desire a copy
cut out and mail this coupon to us:

It. H. LEVY, BRO. a CO.,
Savannah Ga.
(Write with pencil)
I'le.as.e end me a copy of your Mail Order
Catalogun- for Spring and Summer 1939.

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i lelw ",ri. tMi.-ii.i of tw o i.drtie.. in iyv town
\l,,.i I tlitik woul al-o, In-l ii t -*rretedl :n your

B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.

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We are prepared to handle ycur lad title bosusies with
depatch. and we guarantee satisfactoa. We Imaali
a complete Tax-Payin Agency, which you shld i pllo
to k after your takes : : : : : :

The Alachua
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Abstract Company
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FOOTE & DAVIES CO., General Dealers |
S14 West Forsyth St., Jacksanville, Florda

Advertise in THE SUN

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a Sei moweA*4 s Ame eum. ria.

gWO ARTY ....... Wsersad Pe he e

SWtWIW..... Seo. Coasedla asse

Offta l st Haymas lItM k.
M -- a l Mets. IrLSmpwoN 9
sIAr TS. Bpabtsa ervy orsrtgm a-
Sy -A. 46r rH bytesrI r la thet. y. o
oear mpwr: tof rtited n ta .: psear o
far a I5S' O 5 s a etenit.: S s1 Suthre
V poemsfOr Avg whek -sntBy Mr

e~a lM iL 1a clmeha soceutsa line

'wtrl*WeWtGk as I sight Ipa forty
papr, pabliabed every Mo"day snd
ay, nd eoMal sell the sews of the
1h8l, amis amd merut, sad wittl e
me frm to-say pat of te ratted
atr Cak. fat a a yar-4e advame.
shrtegt bits bame due afthr Le
oft shatisen0t, sl otherwime

As eqrhad ai taor aiv erti g adn

aely beens one two weeks of
two yean.

I ghos of DaIton ad Marat
Swrkig overtIme Ina race.

Is o oMutry rwhk an the
ba oda f triubl, ane 11 mae.

SWilltB have to pay ans lceOe
0 Se" ples ba ed a m "94

ald Ishlb at the same
Is ilke beig ktled with too

answer to a war alarm of Capt.
UAny Carmegie gives ot a

rsal live board of trade could
meor for the advamcemeat of
le than amy other agemey.

'e o. 'Poseam. and Prosperity,.
Saloea for the next four years.
The Jackson (Mlss.) News.

UIs ninety per cent water."
a ascentist. If this prohibition
holds out the average may be

do you suppose old Abdul
M would give to be able to sally
and thoroughly enjoy a bang-up;
of baseball?

ggling a itl the' hat pit 1. fui-r
enough till it coulme to julgli:in
Sthe price of bread-theni nonrl
may get hurt

Tenin '.-.t' imil tel di' l.ie's tl; 't
nday gc.s2-il'iig i- as I. d .a- S In.
ba emliall." 'Ye'; ;inil Sui .i
ball i. not I'l th.it lilad

nd now that tih, Hldo':- iri.al iA i, .,
will be linter-t-liin to a.itch iuml
if a New York juir. cni do am
I as anl uinle'ttered Te Tiioi.--' jur:

be Phladeluplhia t're-.s s notes tha
the tariff talk nothiiil has It -nii
About carpet Lacks. Th.c' 11
tH tbeniwl\h felt at the' uu-;il
Sand place.

'Ith all the Ilicik IInoldet of a
tical old politician. Stlenor LliLc
ounces that he in '"in the hand-
his frieuds." so far as elect li l
the Presideucy of Mexico i. o ccl

Other thing that promnlpt us to
nk that Cubal in Improling is Ilth
t hat onur of 1the rtece-ntl c reolutlonioits was a seritaint AS
le. those tropical arriorn are ull

ot all IlhI

\ %&It

our farmers to begin a move right
now which in the course of a few
years will enable them to market or*e'
hundred ioumnds of bhe f fo r each hale-
of cotton ,prodxuced
II'te'Tr aistut:r's are' Il''o.-sh.tr ill
this mo ve (;>odi I rnitua lajul
s huld I::i t' a,- hih e'.ritiiiing caiell ii t
as a similarr ure'a iln c('lltn r ciittiro

itu.res. I'll' ith I i t i l ii a,< -!i.elL
fertilize pr. 'i lth Ipult lIi tIh i ;:llt
kirl'd of grta- inl th' rliht 'i.,it

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tLI I arlaii C the -IIe I I a I II i
elf tiic 'dilltl lhc IlI
f~ar ii iii cg ii ,ui-t hai.. ri. u4 ii u*iatuizi Ili
i'ttiov imig Ow te'Ic-rtie-uI.r ulee te) I.e
Ki % 0 11 1- it fer. I( se .1Itif'- e-ii
t11Oilecgl11i. a*I e, tee14 e 1 1-4Ii:1Ill';el
tira(e i ic 1% -%4ie % meaiI :iaed l it %*
ratleemil ''siio-ni e44 fariwceliza
The' e'limimoItieeiiw cf fthe. c.atLIlI. tlick.
the limrcjutimi (f pcit ~ u* V.1 l-awnttleO
gros jug of c'or~agi m i lmlii-A ut-cl etluImt I
lie* #As r A IthilOi it there eefl it
ean, rheniv farnie'r 'I IT 1 allfi-.1
Itceirlie Ireclec,clt\'

Thi' e .'- feiffe-reiie In fit. e IliI-tve

'-I- eU I If i th lt I i i. e I I II

~\~lt'r- ee I:~ 4' tII

live st'Nk It wI 'ild *** h h.* I '
%slitaxe to dt.tlle ; : r ....
thI ralsed. to Iiie;e l tI, ~ ....
shortletl b. o ,ole i i h I tic .* 1 < I i.-
eIi lor nia't.rit It, nii reA tI e** If ,
of ach alil:.al I eo ct h lnlf andf to
Incrrea-e the Iirt "n'rlIin of hlgh-.liri''d
lartz. The courllse of' cattle raising in
T.'.asa sho.s that the; Sotith can gro\i
Ji t as g.'d taittl and at a loser
c(' t Iha it cul ae i t otrhr part of th i
c iUltr. ('llnia:- i fa.Inor of the
S. llth a a tr.ent lbre-e1dinig grind and
g;- iwefr uf ,ptinn anili;naI. ('ot t n-.eiAt
nitl anid other ch Irp fIedlts whih i
tl:." ? iouth (.cai I roomil*l tIo bt tto'r .1'-
\rvitage th:anl c:'i th, \ irth or W\'st
gies her a I it' r .t'\ ,** tce as a
fe e (- i i. oir rliiililt:i jo it, ll fcr Ki'ilv
tIe.tf aid otlher irodluc't. says T;I'
('Coi tIn .lournial.
Tih.-re are two chief factors which
L...e o .iatiie d to hold lie tock liup-
bandry in check throughout the cot-
ton ellt. The first of these is the
cattle tick. the presence of which
means death to from 75 to 90 per
per cent of all Imported unlnnoeu-
lated stock. This has militated
against quality: as It has been very
difficult to maintain improved breed.
ing animals any great length of
time. free of these ticks. In the light
of modern discoveries it Is becoming
a comparatively simple matter by
dipping cattle and proper rotating of
astur toi keep them free of ticks.
wbieh a a sort time may be ellmi-
taed Cmpletely. Thus the great ob.
stacle to the Improvement of South.
ern cattle is within control of man.
That means that better cattle may be
The second factor holding live
stock development back is that of
lsuffleiet forage and pasture. Our
farmers are spending much time and
energy each year In vain efforts to
kill Bermuda and other grasses. that
would make from three to four hun-
dres pounds of beef per acre at ab-
solutely no labor cost. In order to
make from fifteen to twenty dollars
worth of cotton at costs varling front
Efteen to twenty-five dollars. Is it
not time for some thought along this
line? Continued cotton growing Im-
poverishes soils, while live stock
husbandry prolierly conducted en-
riches them. It would be well for

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and uot l haudbumog an Iim.- iuihte-
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1 :nyn of the lnewslliers t.' l rlori!a
,i nd lo)t a 1I irl i nti .lt; I lll.i.'. I-
Sif the tate a -r lo' it 11 (*'i iil i.
( rmrtnr (l,\,riin r .I l'iiin:l: ft r I'.
* 4'l i tion % l th t the l i:t r.,.,l Im i'rol
. el:t f-und .11 it g n rtiprl <'iti-o- I ir th,
'r ,I of ris. e*, '. ,f -mid furnit Hi.' -
S" rAte il w Ih t I, l a i ;t a fi f r. a hlll clt-
I illllll ( "'i'll' (il tle'i-a:nl l il, II;ir
I ;h V- fril't ll l1 .1 a Ih,' j .lt fo4lir
tira. tieit ilt a ( vcrt if < e' nllln ure
iie" from the'- **h aii.w |' L i''rs at,'
indlvidulalu s fr thIe ninn |Ih niald,' it
Ilosstilbl and a.as malnlm respri>nbllle'
for Mr Je-nnnigs teo iput his hand In
the' Stateq trearur -- Ex~(;(\%irnior
Ireeward On the (ontrary. ; .onic- <(f
the' v* atrnle joiiriIalts and Ildil\ tdl]i( l
:er" lo Inl in th, ir Iral.e of .Mr
ironmair and iIi. **.%Ter pct as a m-eni
ber of the' Iexard If tr-lli' t
Mr. Jenninigs has done' no more than
nlanyi oth-hr attornt-.vy would have
done if the oplo|rtunltv had presented
-though %"% do not wish to ht- unde'r-
stood as e ndorsing his action-and
the, one to be n mot eondemn.d for
the sundry transactions of Jennings
is Hlroward himself; for had the lat
ter. as chlrn- r of the hard of tru.-
teWe. oiui ,*d the aetilon of .Tonnings
In these nttters It would not have
been posilble for him to have obtain-
ed such large sums for so little labor
as be Is credited with having per-

We had Buazards Bay. Oyster Bay.
and now Beverly Bay. Apparently.
our Presidents like to afect bays for
summer residences.

Deafnees Cannet Se Cured
By local applications, as they can-
not reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There Is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin-
Ing of the Eustachlan Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing.
and when it is entirely closed, deaf-
ness is the result, and unless the In-
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine ca:s's out of ten are caused by
catarrh. which Is nothing but an in
nIamed condition of the mucous
We aill give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caust-d b)
catarrh I that cannot he ctnur'd h
iAli ., <'.i;t. C. J:C'. > iil i r cii
culars. free.
F. J. C' IRNEY & CO. Toledo. O
Sold b) druggists. 7.e.
Take lall's Family Pills for consti-
IynV tlli

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l I ~ p iii alid .flo-tit-tiff hle 1I '215 pt w deAtty ecept Sunday.

For full Information and sleeping car reservations call an
rry Agent Seaboard. or write S. C. BOVLSTON, Jr., Assistant
C, eral Passenger Agent. Jacksoavllla, iFlrti

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Machines for Rent

Write' f(,r I'rive T.rnie. Etc.

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the city wid f'tifire-l% ithoitt orio
t .'ct ion. The' cause eoIf her cli -twirue c
nwefntal condition ie wi itK Likii'

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riile fr ipro-tlitltion af d Iirol Idingl
Illhe xi t f 1ii il t hre. li'ar. ili Statei
imrison or ft of t.i Adopte Ad.

A Baby Show in Gainweville
Would have many contestants: but
It's safe to say that the healthiest ba-
hy would win the prize. No baby
can be healthy who suffers from
worms. and most babies do unless
they are kept free from them with
White's Cream Vermifuge. Acts
quickly. yet mildly-Is its own purga-
tive. Mothers. don't attempt to raise
ch Idren without White's Cream
Vermifiue. Price 23 cents. Sold by
W. 1M. Johnson.

The "Coon" Came Back.

iv 141 lN .. iratc'imco. the fruit mati. has a
'41i' 1 !--\ r 'I k.'Init t-l. lfit IfI A.r cstn 11 tol. a I ,14i li h#
miik., i ts wlfit r\ i eke W ikIl''A -'i
schI.-htselif-i, -.'.l: +o a, k om tl ad '.%i'. kt- -tc awl 'AhichI
a!s gmrimotjici' 1445 *,fi t- t I. r iih

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Crown and Bridge Work


Tampa & Jacksonvill e ail'y


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo.
cal points South .......................
Returning, arrive Gainesville .................
f.,av'- (;:iinie-ville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Iake ('ity, Vadlosta, and all points North
Returning, arrive (aincsville .... ............

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ot PubMl tistNeeoe Sof
y, loerid, ter the
Irding April 6, 19.
U. Wiengre. Clerk Ctrult
hau County. Fla.
eoampla1nce with Section 2,
32. lawi of Florida. we
with you the following
terment of the moneys r-
Sexpended and warrants
the mmnrih endlng April 6.

reaurer's Report.
-Balance In fund
ct .. .. ........ $2.677.60
oe Croom. Coup-
iduptions Novem-


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ot Croom. Comp.
edImptlons Dece.-

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oamI 1.......... 271.-,
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Bupis, Wagons
rvi,,' ,;i.*itripa, I in ti,.' .v, ) .*
I.*ttar' try ini on ri .,iard 'le--ti ,--.t ,
mnw ,m rlh't,, and ullp-t< it. -tn'*.,-
in time aniltli.

Davis & Oliver

KIng. Iland Gronr No. 1. S.T:;.. Kl
Relnoehl. No. Is. $4o; Vera K. ir. N.
IR, $40; Willie Jones. 8uwannc.t No
19. $40; Lottle Teeter. (k11win No.
20. $50: G. W. Fogg. Hawthorn No. 21.

......... .. 6; Grace Fog. No. 21. $.,; Anni<
4.L M.cDonald. No. 2*., 83; Ula Fraser.
$4N Antloch No. 22. $47.50; Mamle Will-
Iata....... r .
lame. No. 22. $3; Frank Ellis.
Alachus No. 23. $1411; Mrs. K. K.

Tarn W-otrt4 .
report......... 1,n7.97
to DIktNios. Col-
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amants ............$2. 01.91


WMO T lnoea r
Wyman. Arredo.do. No. 1.
H. Collier. Roheelle No. 3.
Melateh. No. 3. $4:
lns. FPalrbaLks No. 5. $20;
Ir. Cro@e No. 8. $75; Roe-
r. .. 10; Mamie Whit-
s. $4*;: I. M Wlleo. Jose-
*. $W; Charlotte M. Baldwin.
10. *60; Mary Berkstres-
0. ; Florence M. Baldwin.
; 0. M. Patterion. Oracy
1*0; Ads Hagu. Jenninlg
U. $I4; Sara Pratt. Earteto
; Annaa Collis. Mleanopy
$S; Carollne UttUpa.e. No.
UIplia Merry. No. 15, $45;
Treton No. 1. 1 70;
N*ow. No 16, $40; Jele
No. 16. $.5; Alice Vaase,
No.7. 45:. W. F.

N. Norton

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Orifith. No. 23, $50; Mary G. Foster.
No. 23. $45; Maude Lewis. Alachua
No. 23. $45; M. M. Bryant. Waldo No.
24. $100; Lena Baird. No. 24. $.4o;
Eva Poole. No. 24. $o5; Sara WhIe.
No. 24. $45: Julla McCredle. No. 24.
$46; Dalsy Poole. No. 24. $45; W. H.
Caau l. OaIavuille No. 26. $150: Ida
J. hranklln. No. 26, $75; Serena Shan-
non. No. 26. $70; Ellen Wallace. No.
26, $5; Mrs. W. P. Cofey. No. 26.
$50; Annie DaCosta. No. 26. I50; HeB-
sie Carver. No. 2S. $50; Belle Mosley.
No. 26. $50; Mrs. A. L. Coleman. No.
29. $:5: s. W. T. Jackson. No. 26.
$50; Cylla Kennedy. No. 26. $:.0: Julia
Kennedy. No. 26. $50: Fannie Mlielle.
No. 26. $50; Florence Balls. No. 26.
$50; Mabel Sanchez. No. 26. $54:. W
N. Gasklns. Strobe No. 31. $6):
WeetU Newsome. lloomsdale No. 32.
$17.50: Adr. Phlljput Orange Hights
No. 3S. $40; Mrs. C. 1. Hobbs. Cherry
Sink No. 41. $2:.: Floy McCall. No.
41. $20; Mabel McKinney. Loulse No.
42. $40; R. L Walker. Perseverance
No. 43. $40: Llai latimer. Windsor
No. 45. $40: W. H. Main. High Slrings
No. 47. $(::. Elsie V. Smith. No. 47.
$50; Pearl Ware. No. 47. $4:,; Su.si-
Rain. No. 47. ($4.; M. A MlcRa<. Canml-
ill-. No. ;... (o$: May Warr... Town-
M.nd No. 61. $4i:; Lula Vau.e. KItin-
tlon No. 6 42 moI.. $ SS. V W
(;ideon. Stoke. No. 4,. : 1. I.
(;od x ll. Tacoma No 6.e. $::. Lurrr
las St. Clair. Wacah oMta No) ,I. *::-, .".
A. I) Keian. .N. twqrr. Ni. 7::. $7.:
Vl-toria Ingrazi. No 7::. $N:.. hIterthi
Terry. .NI 7" $1.: Aiic \\;t!k. r.
ltf.k. tllm No 7, ;. $1o .M., Mor-
row lla' i w Ir i Nt 1. $" :,.. : .ui.
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Ill IrIt t)ie .\40 w r-A Knocker

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Vtox, es fr "aw-tillam 4111 4140I

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Ir't( on No *~lim. NII ._,$7. .r 11,11.11:ft
No. 16. $5; LottiehsTeNiete$r. '11. it o
$441 Orac 21'..gg.: No 1 F n

I in Id In. 41d.lot. 21V$.. t M Pc "I -fill.
Graut. OrNgis, 11. $1#, oAiiiii $1'
Micanwl eNitnF.. U., Cart' No. 42. $7.
5:.; nii. l o ri It. Wag".no417.:l In
TretonNo.16. G o -tor t i Siu

No. 16.A$.--; Lottae. a le.No. 5lls. $1N..
l~.ula~'~cf ~ ( 1AIistit N 1.. '
241 $11; W Fox. Hawthorn Nit :.,I..

$4. Goorardell Ta .No). 21. $1'-: Aiinio.
Kean N Mconard. No. 21. $425 Ada; Vhil
pIut. ()rangrar-H. ,ig hts N1; %%h Illr
ry.alm N 7:. 81 ,Ui MatieNo. lL. s.-.
7:;. W1'alke r. A 1 ae. Waler. R Noit4
V-- Annie- Pritiv. Haragmc Nit. 4%. $1 -,
No. A. $11.v. CaMnl rolle Ne. fno-
orulh N. Vau.. E.1. a Slit Ag Z'. $loutr.L
Gi. (lord Nll. Tan $,Nt. 69l. $141: A 1.
Kean. S No 'airry No. No3. 72-'el. %I(r-.

g( ,rt i ot Iga m. N17. -::7, :. ; I tir rt aili TI-r
y l Nkb. A7:'r. $r .o iattiti Jonrl:ll? .i \,fi.
73:. $Iol; A~ict alkolr. Rqock Pointt
No. -6i. UlC. MartM.lmatits.II a % no-
worth Nit %A. $1(10'. b. T A Ar Ziltrimit-r.
$ .ill '; ord Nil. $.-m TotalIi-%N
Sp4eir.l Di8rict-Slundrim.
J. IL. ShaN.w2. aitatiz 1Nit. -.. tralnie
loartch. knit N Fir.$.; tim
Iiank. ArcholIr NN t.Il.MI. n $%7,4.-tt t ril Ifll
426.61%; If Cric~i. Martin. Island Grtocv Ni

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ialnh I I (vowit,. N .*. 511 ,i \it~.
ioint Not7N ;. nsta it t it 5f l So; .:
M arch. janitrv. I. I- L.Nel;. C ,#*.- $li2li

toN~lf-.- II _%. unaa i siuhaa. $%..`. Jlr.tan
Corto. Nv~ul w~rr '\ 4 fi o:: i rane

Jon: %*it..N t.-:.1m d iv-
Pilvint No 76 itr-t V -lo 1

I iofl, ll poo-I 1111.1 flail i,. $ Ie taI

W h I t--chf-r, $:.7 I -.1
Ne&uriv to-air hoe,- I 1 i'. ll'

R. It. WEEKS, C. (hn It P' I
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How to

Write Retail

Advertising Copy

By Herbert Kaufman.

A skilled layer of mosaics works with
small fragments of stone-they fit into more
places than the larger chunks.
The skilled advertiser works with small
words-they fit into more minds than big
I he simpler the language the greater cer-
tainty that it will be understood by the least
intelligent reader.
The construction engineer plans his road-
bed where there is a minimum of grade-he
works along the lines of least resistance.
The advertisement which runs into moun-
tainous style is badly surveyed-all minds are
not built for high level thinking.
Advertising must be simple. When it
is tricked out with the jewelry and silks of
literary expression it looks as much out of
place as a ball dress at the breakfast table!
The buying public is only interested in
facts. People read advertisements to find out
what you have to sell.
The advertiser who can fire the most facts
in the shortest time gets the most returns.
Blank cartridges make noise but they do not hit
-blank talk, however clever, is only wasted
You force your salesmen to keep to solid
facts --you don't allow thcm to sell muslin
with quotations from Omar or trousers with
excerpts from Marie Corelli. You must not
tolerate in your printed selling talk anything
that you are not willing to countenance in
personal salesmanship.
Cut out clever phrases if they are inserted
to the sacrifice of clear explanations-write
copy as you talk. Only be more brief. Publicity
is costlier than conversation--ranging in price
downward from $6.00 a line, talk is not cheap
but the most expensive commodity in the world.
e!t.ch iIn your ad to the stenographer.
'Th'1 you will be so busy "'saying it "that you
..;il ,t Liec timc to bother il)()ot the vcw-

4 ''IWS of writing

Afterwards take tle type-

v.-irt('!l IU1:li)uSolpt 4~ CLut out every w.ord
"I t'ry line tha~t can i;. rais. 'AIt'A"("'A to~it

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The instinet Ml Moodeety natural to cI-rY WOman is 1 dfte
meat hisdreace to the cure ep t wimenl) disease%. %cUmfi
sralnk from the perwmeI ucertatemon o( the I.'caI rhvscidn
which seem on'elicste. T0h thought of riamination ,i % ah
hoerent to them, and so they tenure in s ience a rendst~oon
of disease which %urely progrisse efrom had to wrore.
It has been Dr. Pierce's pprflleott o Coe ae
Vest mony women who sheha I..ad a refs**
feo rmodrestr in his ofer o FIFE cOeRS Pa.9
Viso by I tetr. All cemospende ace is held
as sacreodly con fidentlAl. Address Dr. Rt. 1'.
Pierev, Do"Nall. A. V.
Dr. Pierce's Ul.orite Prescriptioa restores and regulate.
the se ..-lv v fnf-tiefrvs. ahnleebee pein and hioelds top and
putst,% 'ti f %i%!ting m. bte~, it hialt vi a e oe 'ry w c ak eraa
Who L* .i tdaartroadl.
It Ii(ftes Wcak W'r.~nen Strone,
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and Wife Wiednesday.
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in ('hristian 'charact cr
The. co-op.r-ation of
cothe.r denomimnatioi s is
**< lwecy is ccrdiallv
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One-Quarter of a Pout
At least. Is what a you
to gain In weight. Dot
not there's something a
digestion. Give it
Elixir. Cures stomach
troubles, aids dig stion

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SaI Phone S$. Alm Long Distanea

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Pbmo .030. Gaimmesvlle. roll
W" i. BAKER.
to Oi and ATTORNEY-AT-LAw,
lot ing 1euiilt 11i
('hri-ti an Aof
solicitdci. at:( ](,lMMVLIJR. Alheeba OD., FLU.
ant. ited te at- Oflee iis Hamasu l Bek.
rag baby ought GAZILLU, toFLMDA.
esCc youru IfIt
vrong with Its m 001 11 y ou Y p OWer 7 (
1lcGet's Itabpr Opwed &ad usniuroad), pb--mp-s
and o' s- 1 truehlkn sd wild nl7 lrrau. Semi ha
stops fr.etfu- li.0 of186st WL SoS e for s"t.

DeSs, good for teething babies. Price.
25e and 50c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Negro Drops on Street.
An unknown ni firo whoa lieiih'd from
the' coluntr lrc,'jI'-l oI d i \ W .-t I*liiil
tr.-t l .% -l,-rd;i ailo it n imni ,lll.r iha;\.
Il: it*. ai hi liar l lii i al o uf i-h.
Ir I ;Parker. th color l 4 ph-i
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t .I -* .- iac uti Il.lill -tit'" .111i 1 1 'l,
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Aard Solletor io a 9q4
Roe Pesos, CEnstnate.l rf *reu..
Oral Practice. All h'us'"s. pmompaAy
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The, winner in thi- district will Ih,

Will embrace the city and suburlm and be con-
fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
awarded a HANI).')ME I)AMOND RING.

Ea tern and Southern S cti Will comprise territory from Fair-
le n ,k all points inst and from Ro-
clelle all points. -woth-l- alolo, Hawthorn, Island (irove, Caimpville, Micanopy,
Laike View.. Tac iol.,n :ilnd1 all jijiit?. alionli lillne if T. A .1. Ry. ( NE PIANO.

W western and northern Section \ii. l coI ipri gtll stations from
W\\'itHc W\'ilc,'. Ill. N x\wlinrv, .lo%-I -ville. A\rl.l.r ;nai all !'-ttl<'llents covered
lIy thi- ;area.4 I N 1. 'i.\ANP.

Un- --J s. n o ,VWh:ro Votes May Be Cast
How and Where to Get .l e' Al > iii th h
'i.: i ... r iil- KIA I I i li,; % i. liaid at The'
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Gae r,, e Feur," *e.e Cc.rSparly. ru,,etu0e.
P fti M oiris Cu. C. Ihng and Fursnshings.
GC c ev. C H.aid>.ile Co Pu i :.,nj dJ Haidwae 1 I l) '* le t is ; :1 to as ll)n e liiIlg in
h'r; F. T V Crr" c t.,!irer y. A;. t 11.1 ii, t kr!i o n l y le.. cnduc S F. T ,C ... nl e! i c ta I 1 l oir iitouc li Ifor by i' l me ro'putable
W M. Jc ,.,ori D a.s and Mec i.,ne j.* t6 te 1 .k ,l Iell k own.
L. C. S r th. bices ard .'e elry." .) ,,,i.|i e*0.'. attache'.- or re.latie of ti.e pro
Mrs. R. W .,son Dry Gcoos and Noutons. Iri. Iii- iof Ili. tilibu. Ii.llis d i firlN arte *l iitle. tl'
Saunders A Earle. Groceries and Feed Stuffs. l,.irtii lpate illn Ithi coutbt, ald will particlpate In
City Blake y. Bread and Pastry. In imaniier
P. V. Smith. Fresh Meats. ;t Ill the e *' v'l of a *iulisactrrtandini 1,* I-.t-
c' litleiiiate. or ,lthercl itatereatek d In this Crawford & Davis. Livery and Sale Stables. lifch (,ltroi.or.y itay le referred t, the, oru-
The Sun. Printing and Publishing. diltor'i of ('iteiil.tl, ho alone are the person
Tlie BroAn Hcuse. Meats and L:dgeng. qTifll0 l1t to, render decisloas.
N. Franc sco. BJanan House. Fruits. Etc. 4. In the ev'ut a candidate decides t. witb
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material. draw from the race. such candidate will not be
tn dr. F e C alhloi.*d to tratllfe.r )otls to the credit of another
Standard Fertlizier Co., Fert.liersr. candidate lo the r.;atest

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$1.25-Three months' subscription .. .................. 500 votes 700 votes
$2.50--Six months' subscription. ...................... 1,200 votes 1,500 votes
$5.00- Oine year's subscription ......... ............ 3,500 vote 4,500 votes
FIr a dub f five one.-year subtbript::!i ( )...30,000 votes 35.000 votes
For a ('1lb 1ot tun ix-ioiitli0-th' npt-rl s ( .) .30.000 votes 35,000 vol e

$1.0() One y, ar's. subscription .. ...... ... ..... .. ... ...... 500 votes
F ar a !ib 0uf tive one-year subbcriptliou . .. .. .5,000 votes
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Sdistributlng votes is undesired by the proprietors
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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The

Sun to Citizens of Alachua C nty!

Each Section Gets a Prize!

Contest to Close August 18, 1909

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

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write| to rnt. W. L Dmam.

W. Breof Pp rbsks visited
est yor tote Mit t ooerdy.
*. A. Sodera of Meicaopy visit-
|i gmbvll. Wednesday.
*. W. Buw of Firtbaks vilsted

est. in th city yesterday.
Asm A- troar of Roce-Ik
* --olmi am tho dey yeteray.
ws Amgae s wil me any
od iCMtU aIrvTr. Prle 26c.
ki Crerte. emonty suryor. of
Itspy. wra mestmag his (almesvllie

SShO, aM. emterprwtu tagi-
SArerb*. wan s m g the out
H ituteag the cty yetcrday.
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m, ser. f tmd lpippea
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- FefbMt stlvere---e Ribbe.
wre -ewn by the
MA" o v elsu el

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P da tteesma of Molo.es

J. W. brwSk of hIomaille. Ga.

A amade a pleasamt mu
thli *se. o

J. H. Code. a pelmiaet yoMg
So WaM, was bere yesterday
the purpose of attadng the Ma-
earms ea.
Ihre wi be a called meet of
Rebekah lodge at Catle Han.
Dea tt Rank. Priday eveaag.
S ber u redw to attend, as ork
to be done.
Mrs. Gs-ae W. Brualey left yes.
day far Cedar Key. She will re-
to is the Gutl Cty for the next
weral days as the guest of her
Had. Mra. Warren.
P. W. arnes. who ma es i head-
arteras n Ocala. betn the clever
avellag salesman for the National
acluit Company. wasi' l4nrvlewing
i trade here )'e-trday.
Two extra cars were used on train
o. 40 yesterday to asislt nl tlans-
rtlag the large rjnber of tourists
north from their annual trip South i
bout all the hotels have now closed



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is to ply tioctors' 1,iII'.-
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bring fever ge. i-i in Your
home, so keep them out
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Ollbrt Toclagove of Newberry was
la the cty yesterday.
LldwIg of Tioga was among the
visitors to the city yesterday.
L C. Smith of Jonvillle was greet
la his acquaintances in the city
Mrs. Sam Turner of Rochelle via.
cited the city yesterday on a shopping
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shettleworth of
Eviaston were amon; the visitors to
the city yesterday .
Jeue I. Orifin. one of the substan-
tal citizen of Jonevillle, was among
the -visitors to the city yesterday.
Miss Julia Brown, an attractive
young lady of Grove Park. was amongi
.1,.he l.ic, :ra in GaiuetilIle yesterday.
C. D. May. proplrietoor of ttrhe ka ke i
Store, and Dr. S. A. liurase'y. of Nv- s
hl rr. er Iln-it rs t. Ithe. catii
Dlra. J. 1). Watkins and W. C_
John.~cn. rrepresutativL.' citizen'- of
.licanopl,. aerr visitor% to th, city
C. It. ll la rund r a
C. S. Hiall hap rt-turm-d rfrtaa

141the mwaoi Ihot Iipdutlnve's tflip to quints south
lii t! v inter2e- I ifflthat ('U:Cumiur Imutaa

*imy bWan. N htee setuI he r Coii;se'ii'
it 'ou %en ci ur iam-sm w wit. J. T. Richard of Alachua. who is
m Ir rMHkY aiiekade # IfMl ethr eorir engaged in farming In IhAt scm-tio.
LU"BTRA1I4 r'tN ~ U ( t'C% wn 8 was a s iaitor t)flit, c't 'vc t#rdia%
are, cu r f ii-r W..ma .L. It as 1 I VtX' 41
=u14W aad rte*f. 1. A,11. I?'srl Lase ltm: fand nimid- a i-kasaitat call at thiN .offit..
0 bhark t mame *Uadr 4w Iriwei tnru-
0 use ibi. 'luaraI amtti bt a tr afmntte h-rtc.. rtvcn~ hag hi hilsil-,i(lo j lopla I(fo aimthit her
s eal fleave- A-14 drmsiW. w:i bt b' c~-v.
of&rvsaThe Motbd Urai C@. I. H L,-YN %.-1

lOaimeville Lodge No.
SP P. O. IB-Meet
tonight at 7:30 o'clock
So Elks' Hor. Visit
tsA brothers ordially
weltcomed LAeGraham.
J; M. DeU. Jr, ksero y.

Bring in your lamv hLrses aIl
sles and have them treived-hai\
tit teeth exanmuiid and sharp cor
era' dre3aed down lng Apr ).)'etl.i.-
eat off and decayed slular *.etrAc.14.I
O e. Magnolia Hutel. Phone ,'*.

II A. I'icktt (i ot NtS a Irr% sAi-- iii
the Cit.) )stIrda' 1lIAA. accompa
uWed by his daughter. Mrs. J. R. 1ow-
l.r, who bas bee'n sIhit ug hur pia
reuts at that idace for the pIast s. v-
t*raal da..'
Five-roor cottage to re-tit uoi blcm-k
id.Anliig -(1wt:ire' or(na.urlr trculsit-d
by W. L. LeGrande. cit)% %at r .l.
tic Lht'. sescrag'. bath. mid all
trioderi coumenie'nces. Aopl) to M rb.
II II f cCre'ary or Bun office
It Ill tIcufli 1mth 3 oU ) 1o ao ar
frawud~.,if 3 ou hlto-t -IulmIL theie .15io
pnI K za t the. Ifr o i oH -4c %%I... I h-
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Preodent OrStefe ives Out Calendar
of C ncsil Committee.
Following th*' p 'liil nli'tl.cl of

the ('itt Council on Tuviav night.

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4. I;(NwI .;I n:id l I.. hi' fr.
I:l-c iion !'. S ;:r.\ A ('ol
clolloh an4 .1 A. (;GNmwiii A
Firell nud iillnsranc'-- W T l'iil
C. A Colliough anid .1A (;',Go'l i
Immigration and liirrofieul t -.1.
A. Goodwin. II. 8. Crive', and C. A
Colclou g h
Printing--C. A. Colclough. If. 8
Graves and II. L. Phlfer
Claims- W. T. Pound. 8 J. Iur-
aett and H. L. Phlfer.
Rules G. K. Broome. C' A. Col-
clough and W. T. Pmond.
Police H. L. Piffer. 8. J. Bur
nett and H. 8. Graves.
Building W. T. Pound. 8. J. ur-
entt and H. L. Pbller.

The Fraternal Order of Eagles will
meet tonight in Castle Hall. over
Dutton Bank. All members are re
que.ted to attend.
J. R. Zetrouer and wife of Rochelle
were visitors to the city yesterday.
They came up for the purpose of at
tending the dedication ceremonies of
the Masonic Temple.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. the
best known pills and the best pills
made. are. ,easy to take and act gently
ind are certain. All drugistas bell
ano recommend them.
Mr and Mrs. A. T. Kellty of Prairie
('reek w .rt. \Iitorst to the city ,.-,
terda). They had just returned from
a -hort isit to Jacksonville and iere
*ni route to their houie.
J. F. Itunch and C. I.aird hav,
retureiid frun Tamlipa. wher, the)
-ent for their Iurp'tro-' of atti fading a
ni-e'tingl f the -ttoi-kh<(ldrrt,' and di.
reltors of thl (;ulf F.rtiliuir (';i

Mr.'. T FK :Mltnalil ;iad Mlrs
Alex Ihaughtr,-. I.-It e'. tr ld fo.r Iit
diiaii Siprin :.. IC11. ahereT th.%y will
>i 'nlid the;, i'\i -* t. ial w.*- k 1.- i,, .
li.o,' that the change' will prutc Iene-
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r:i Ii. L 1:a:. ,1.. \ ill, % :% i- n l !, ( i t .strl.il Sht-
wait- .n1 ro tll (ti,< ,+4't '. i.- ;1 i ilt w ill

lltc e t ita t, i t',mil anltd ot lih r
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United States, State, County and City D:pository
I We Have Two Suites of Nie Offices For Kiet in Our Buding,
SNrtlhest Cer f the tSqre.
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PER LINE V- h Novelties id

FOUND. ~bmuiy Futuh
'AtXtb-.-t'.nIA Vmnle rhaprnilO w -

er can have same by paying for this
notice and proving property. W. L

TO RENT-.,-room cottage. close In.
Inquire Telegraph office.
FOR RENT Furnished room with ta
Ide- board. Apply M1rs. Ge(o. F'. R.-.d.
14 i W. Court stre-,t.

Tb. Atviwat.'l Gernmi ir'
Wm1. MIILLL~i.
N(Oril EEiventric ("sute4Iiui

In Hip Trave'inww
Comely keteli-A [teal N'.v(it y.
Popular Prk"is-l 5an-i ~ tte.. I-
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FOR IFoT-O-ne six-room and thwo (;-*. TH
fie room cottages In South (Gine?- NE_____ I

ville. Appll to Coffin Factory office.
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FOR RKENT Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights. bath room and all
ioderu convenience. Apply at this
office. \
PASTI K Fit RENT-i ha t gooid
7.' ; i.asture, plenty of grass.
sha3de1 and Ilater. T'Ierm- rc.-ian.ll;atll
for any numbtir of hoead of cattle.
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FOR BALE--Corner :ot lIuxl'5 fee,
un West Main St. rorth and ItouL
dary St.. next to Jeff Kendrick
Will sell at a bargain and on eas'
term Apply at Sun office.


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WANTE' D A ll A ti.jlcrite

%.aiker. I aiie-s ille'..

Ql!''!" IRESTORATIVE for lost man
hood Satisfaction guaranteed or
moni Sold hv W M Johnson.

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i' allll ii r ih iallIlllitK Illil'g a rial.
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a a.t ficrmt b.-ta reference and
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The Bread. Pie and Cake' i
eat should be nutrilou. 'Thi.-
finest flour, mixed with pIu
rich milk and baked in the
"purity fashion." make our
goods the most delicious it s
possible to produce.

Phone 16*. R. T. shsfer, Prep.

The want ad. do more re estate
business than all other brokers eol.
bined--in fact. they "start" most of
the business that tie oke
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big tIo napa- -re.. aI
&A f n W M Ii crn
ft" no "toms f Me Cnvp.

typewriters to rent W. L Drnham.
t our votes in the cooperative

A. Sowden of MIcanopy visit-
OtaierUSve Wednesday.
W. Bre of rlrbanks visited
laves the city yesterday.
Miss Asee Setromer of Roebelle
M sadhe int t e city yesterday.
- domes "O" wil ewa, amy
of CttI & a 'd over. Price 2c.
llMO Creates. maty surveyor, of
1- py. w Oawtingi hsa Oanesville
ld put41ay.
L A Mi a g aterprlalng etti-
Io @ rer, was amug the out-
Im vtsltla o te dry yetcrday.
hauk's Cl amtt is arWned to
p il, h w. Ies sad laripp

SPerfeet Plavers-Be Ribbon
Iare ft as by the

I. mt* Mdtae a Wa yoM s-
p lrim 1eim tm of MX eme,
a m"a the vitors to tWe cty

J. Barwek of Tbomaville. Oa..
Ms sma Ye visitors to the city
tLamy made a pleoas t call
I ths oeU.
J. I. Cofhe. a promlaent young
las of Waldo, wasu ere yesterday
Ir the purpose of atteu ag the Ma.
e eremo Iols.
There wll be a called meeting of
a Rebekah lodge at Catle Hall.
r Dttoa Rank. aon riday evenlag.
Sembern urged to attend as work
Sto be dose.

Gilbert Tokngove of Newberry war
ia the cty yesterday.
r. Ludwig of Tloca was among the
vidtors to the city yesterday.
L C. Sith of Jones. ille was greet
Iln his acquaintances in the cit)
Mrs. Sam Turner of Rochelle via
Ited the city yesterday on a shopping
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shetthiworth ofm
Evinston were amon> the lsltors it,
the city yesterday .

mI OGe e W. Bruney left yea Jease I. urtfin. one of the substan-
y for Cdar Key. She will re- trial citizens of Jone urille. wa s union
l t the OGet City for the next the -visitors to the city est..rd.a).
oral days a the guest of hrr MiS Julia Hrown. an attractive
Id. Mrs Wagen. young lady of (;ro. Park. was annio:
F. W. ltarnes. who makes his head-I t- o i sr ainei till. yesterda)
In Ocala. being the clever C. I). May'. lroJritor ol t i(a iKIa ke I
rpvellng salesman for t'e National Store, and Dr 8 A. iHusb-e,. oi N..
bisalIt Compiany. was i11r rviewing N 1rr, 'erv buit rs t> the c.r vit%
be trade here ye-tetrday. terd.,y
Two extra cars were u.ed on t train lr. J. ). atkit aw W. c.
to. 40 ye.-t..rday to aslt in tll b. lt .Ih .. r re l.lie i -
orting the large ramlwr of tourist- Iliczl,' rr. v ittr to1 OI h lt
Iorth front their annual trip Somth h -I. rea'
Lbout all the hotels have now closed C. 1 ll ha. r.eturi 'tl fro a
or the sl'a-o1 l. 'l 4l I aiit s-- Iip t o 1 14 illn .o:h
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LTNVI WINum N I fggarj ic
It Iouo erd 'Ar4ur nam l r1 1 % Wa". *t "l. J. T. Richard of Alacdhua. bwhc i,
ia I Y,.WU ~tk:fa auoLka r M l ibe r 4.r engagKed inl farniig in that h lcimcllon.
UtIWTiAIAl N-I 4. :*;. >. HaM a i.. tor to th.e tl t t,.-.rd;l.
Irb5 ure" for Wlm* u' .14 It Im o. I. %was a i.;tor to thl cit
Wrut'lr sad ir.ee If Ua.. If, em ha i l.r pads and imatde a plalaant l cll ul thi.o' etiloe
I* Ie brk. t'msar, h la Iwr wr Kidcet Itru-
ie. Ws ble 'lp l ea LrunlHm of ar.ztler hrlh.. h reniwilgK hhis -itilp-iriptlll n for .)anothe.
**e sad leave- All drugt0%te lIIt. i rean*.
W s.-res The Mother uray Co. Ie K.ar NS Y
II A. I'Pckutt of NSewlm r u.%a iti

OGalasvUlle LAodg No.
t. B. P. O. .-Meets
toalght at 7:30 o'clock
t BEks' Home. Visit-
lag brother eaordibly
welcomed Lee Graham,
M. L: J. M. DeU. Jr. Secr y.

Bring In you lamn. horses and
males and have them trei''d-ha\e.
their teeth examined and sharp cor
mers dressed down lamis prloj jectlimo
eot off and decaydl uolars ,.t acitedil
Ofice. Magnolia Hotel Phbone .r,

the city eterda, I.i wa. a;ccoriilll
uied by his daughter. Mrs..1I It Ftw.
ler. who has twe-n lkiiting her pa
reuts at that place for the past 'tv-
,.ral d(ta
Five-room cottage to renti on bln k
%doinl ti l a;rin. lirie.rler 4t4 acpi l
by W. L. I1G.raudie; city w t r *l.e-
t:ce I;htii. seserage, bath. avid all
I:iodern comiiemen'ces. Appl. to Mrs.
1II I Mc'reary or Sun office
It aill beuenfit iMlh t ou ;i.' Oir
i rieud.-, if ?ou In-i-ti( UlINo Ith.I ,tit
ItiMK at the Uro nI lion u awl I. it
collllm to (iam s.\ ill. Yc.lI ill 1 I
It. tir ct :andl tlho' flrsi cl.- ', i ui in
itiiad:it ion- anild e x l'l' tlt iti .i-


President Broore Give Out Calendar
of Council Committees

Screen Wm-.

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Inr.nizirat i'n
A. (;Gowlin. I!
Co Printing --C.
Oraves and II.
Clams W.
nett and if. L.
Rules C. K.

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Ituilding W. T. Pound.
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We Have Two Sai:es of Nice Offices For Rent in Cur Suldid.,
Northwest Corer f the Square.


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with screens.

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Phone 165.

R. T. Schafer, Prop

The want ads. do more real estate.
businvos thAu all other broker, conu.
blued In fact, they "t.rt" Ilop- *
tbh business that tie brokers ano
agents fIr.'-h

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POUND. ml CI ly Fetue
Masonic harmm Own -
a sm hm i rav inw fir" thi,

notice and proving prolwrty. W. I


TO RENT--,-rooin cottage. clo.e in.
Inquire Telegraph office.

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Notedi Ectcntiric' C (uc'!ttt

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F"OR Hh.\' FYm.. rcwmi cottage on
block nixt to square: city uat .r.
electric lights.. b.mh raoom aid all
miodsri racuom.e~niemzce,-. Aicid' at t'i -
off ice4..V

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dary St next to Jvff K#eztlr!ck
WIII rtel at a ba rK:iiu ai Ion ea.
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The Frai.rnal Order of Eagle. will
meet tonight in Castle Hall. over
Dutton Hank. All members are re-
que. t*d to attend.
J. R. Zetrouer and wife of Roch'lleh
were victors to the city yesterday.
They came up for the plurposu of at
tending the. dedication crcrenionies. ot
the Masonic Temple,
DeWitt's Little Early Risers. the
Ie*st knioun pills and the best pill4
made. arv. asy to take and aft gRntly
ind are certain. All druaggists t ,ll
mno recommend them
Mr and Mrs A. T. Kellh of 'Prairih
I'r*. k w ,er i. iir tru r t i n.i ai \ .-
terdla.. TIhe- had just returned from
.1 -hort \i-it to Jac ks(n\ ilkc and < we r
itn routl- to their home.
.1. 'F Hunch and (' I It~aird liha
rctitria.( i lr.ian Ta;iiimi.m wher. thi,
w .-nt fur tI.. | .ir;:,.- of af ll .lliiUn :1
ll,'t'irtil: (ftt (l h :ti 'klh ltl r- ~mc i iti
re t tIor of tio .ilf I'F rtili, (' .i

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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thurday






&aM lIater L

Wednesday, April 2th.
amg be remembered by ti
Laterulty of Gainesville an
uaumber of visiting brothl
tended the dedication exe
in this city.
In the morning, and up
lag hour at 1 p. m.. the
massive building was thr
visitors from the city a
who came to view the late
everything was so nicely
the good ladies of the city
nated a generous supply
and ferns ad assisted In
the decorations.
The new temple Is or
lrgest and most complex
State, being constructed
lodge purposes, and man)
compliments paid the lot
upon possessing such a
The room. are all large
arranged. It being tweni
from the flooring to the eel
will always make them c
voting. The building i1 h
ment-pressed brick and ce
and Is one of the handson
of architecture to be fou
sectiou of the country.
the building alone somo,
2.':.of0 whilt- the. furrnihi
and dra n-ri,- ill *H.'el\l
to t)he aul..,\ amount. imak
t stand in round inumix-ri

Grand Lodge in Sesicn.
Promlptly at : "" P 1 .. t1," ;;,i'
.d e of i'lori,.i aj- i''!i l in t!.
I it' reo !:i i> t ''i i.r 1' Irii "
4 t G or hi :i l iti. .%l i-tel I-...i
(' J- i r,--ild l ;t- .t'l h
I 'ght W r iful .1. ('C.irmell i,
I lit) raidid M iastt-r iglnt W or.hliii-
I I \. Iake ;a- <;rland '.iiioer \\';iid n
I ght W\\orhipful \ I: I alido, a;-
iolar (randl \War;toi .lid la Right
V orshilpful \\' P W\vet.r a.- Grand
*r< .turar
i'ra) .r ;- off. r !l I,' (;ratin
4* rator Ilte \S W l'r.r. Saftr whii h
I '-ot lr Alonzo .1 ('uChtiman.. P;.-t
it.te r. on onf of thlie- conllitte-e.
I relnted to thed IgdK the hbuildlli ini
lihe following aplropriat, r-rmark.
"A %er pil'ahing dut> indeed has,
devolved ul|on me. on behalf of the'
building coniinittee. of making a form-
at presentation to the ltidgc of this
mnagilacuut Masonic T-empilve Ornate
In design. substantial in construction.
commodlous and comfortable in all
Its appoitmntmeut. frnilhe-d with a
design In ftly appreciation of its sur-

TAMA .\ Apid J ga.1.tc
1m II -a rall iO ~l Co, ca-4a-16 I II ang tII,
Ia liltuI% el fr a. I' ,11 m'f "% It.1 I1

l'.,rri-hc custilleIl. 44-! U-'

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',) for sial. reee',le' this Ikata tlful
|-rommndiou and s|.leudld iMamnic
SON IC TEM PLE "" '" Zi "'
SON I TPL Temple. I oitratulate fyou. mly
brethren that at lat. after so many
I. weary rars of homeileste .-.
our lodge it, I"essped of a hmlan.
K1lweally to me. It oldest vinlg
-Past Master. Is this an occasion of
joy and thankltagiing-it is the con-
is ce 1 M he ber summat ion of our iroudet ambititons.
s nF r ve *the frontier of our fondest hopes. Te
Swe are at home today. our home. let
*hMq th ErW G us thank God for His bleang that
we are permitted to assemble and
Senjoy this long expected pleaure.
1909. will roundlnag, completed la accordaIce Today is ours to ejoy. In which we
he Masonic with its orlgnal plans. can renew our vows, our ludmarks.
d the large The aragmests and financial Mysterlous cstom preerve our
difficulties whtch srromded the principals. perpetuate ad transmit
rc 's atel project of the building th Temple to those who may coe after as.
rclsea held bae been safely. courageously and "As I contemplate the past, ad as
successfully consummated. It is our I st a reminlsent view of Its early
to the close. home and a sch with pleasure and history, we are prompted to cograta-
large and d ratlltatlon It is now formally ten- late Galelville lodge upa t he aft
onged with dered to you Its full copletFom. that it ha kept pace sMe by side
nd country "Receive It from me with the ferv* with the material advancemet.
rlor. where ent hope and prayer that It may be progress and e uligteamet of the
arranged. Indeed to you a home In its fullest great listittlos of the age. How
having do comprehenason. vividl v s the recolleetlom before me
of flowers "May you be enabled for all time of the days whe our lodge was the
arranging to come to and therein dissemalate occupant of the old Roper Halt Its
the magnificent irlnclplcs. and ani- bare apartment unceMled. unpanlted.
re of the mate In the hearts of our membership unplastered walls. Its altar co strrt-
ete in hbe that ambition which will enable them ed of plain pine boards. Its mats of

solely for
were the
al Maa'onp'

r and wsll
ty-one feet
ling. which
omI and In.
rllt of c'-
ment stone
nest I,-l'ec-
nd (n thib
roctintl for
lthiln .:Hi-
ng%. chluirn
addl S'..mi"'
u $d .I $ .I4 4 0 1
ina tIn. In
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tee appearr ito-uortre nc, r cldI sIs thir. #-
*,jllilplar~. uf l Maceic t4;1clail lic a( uid

timin eliid )!Iccicefit imag iuaauk im in goiui
*ral. cur hre? hriina iil particular. and
.' fulfllment (i ot our lao-art. d.'. ire'
t.i railrc.. anid em jetieahtci a hr uni


tis.st .i1e iaiiaer4r1ci a a .*l'philne c-All
-it t~.'Pooir. aand afto.r iUttiniac oi flithe
re 4 #a'. #,r (off lit*ic. ria unic tit. limittne'
.i it kr It ft ti.. .talphlito iar t mawi~d ktIe
11?4.* tee i -vol toIII ti li'. Iar I t sr
f I it1 I1 Isd-
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N*- e -AN h FL

TALLAHAl i. April 2.-H- .
James Aleuudr Tuesday modiid
his reaolutlo cemerlbs ILr. Pimft
Clark. offering a u atute whieb
simply endorsed Hm. Wllam J.
Brya. and In tat fora t was adopted
by a vote of 3 to 2S.
The resoltlon an oered by Mr.
Alexn-er wau am oMlos:
"Whereas. The Hea. Prah Clat,
member of Congress from Ithe Sems
distrtet of FlPorld. haMs upm the mar
of the Coagre eof the lUnited lta-s
asalled the Dimoeraey ofa the K
WUlliam J. Bryan. who ba thee time
gallatly led the Domecratic est.
therelbrv be it
resolved Gby the Lo fs o leaw
Natative of the leglisatur oat P%.-


which is en.elfy DemoertmP.
se.. the people's reuresentatlves.

., i :it i.l ;.aI:i.ttl *'t ta '..i>. heartil) Indurtw the Ikumocracy of the
*li;i!t I ihe t.d I, *'i'41rir' uice"ImiI'ia imatchlhs.. I ,-rl.'u leader of the Dem-
: :-i'en luMii. 1': ;ut undl;aunitd iA tin- (e ratit lparty. William J. IBryan."
,..if rrt*.tl I ir.ieisin:.th.. .i- fait- Mr Kinow lhs of Monroe offered an
,:1 \otary of 'Fi c- e* lmoiir. h tO e-. am.esl.llnent providing for striking out

\r.la Il trot herhoMs of man and i h fatlrhrhcmod of d I--' iitrire.sts of mlankinld. an.> am-
Spech of Acceptance. tiiuoih .iiKager In promoting itt
.c.*iausf and c|iredisda itl InHnalni In-
l'ac.t Grand Mahltr Marcus lndel. tIic anid ai. l ading it, I'iig. a In-
who is nio tranlgel.r among hea whole Il-i r I o i andundr
Ma.oanic fraternitt of Florida. made- iI t. iii:- i11. rim'. e* t it e
the address of accertanrc Iun the fol It'ricaaixaoi It nflurished. s rengther-
lowing words ed. and grew into a powerfull
lowing words
h. l ,Worshipful Master and ltrc'ihren
advan(cement and rapId development
of the Gainesville Iodge. It i'. withadanc nt and rapid de m.nt
ot our city and the growing require-
an unbounded feeling of happiness of our t and the growing rq
.- nients of the ludkr..

and delight that I respond to the
summons of the Worshipful Master

of the nanme of Itryan and substitut-
lin the" naliir of Thomali Jelermon.
Mr Alexuander nmted to lay the
.iUllnnmnlll ll on the table. Motion pre-
all. d. :2; to '.*.
Mr Miller of Lake spoke In favor
'f adopting the substitute. He as.
sailed the Democracy of Congress
man Clark and laughed at the prop&
iltiou of a Joint debate betwes the
Congressman and the peerless lead-

"Its enterprising membership ne- Mr Mahafey of OMdden bought
sotiated for more elegant and coa- that it was no duty of the lugsllal
portable quarters.
We recall the pride, admiraltiC
and gr-Lflclatou displayed by ourr
brothe-r when the modern new hill GO V
In the ilutto Iaunk building was
fuonillie-di-. furrnish'd anrd occupied
u wih lmt.aip.'ri att-hrifi'dii ui-.ek diction Ovi
d aiild s illlih .-ahliir (hr.thr ac.l lt- e l
chrl-ri-hii lt(Ie litudablh aiihltlulai toi -
* \e-. Iil ili a rlaiK and Ipronmulgalitng
I,,r ,.it,.ri>a. irk Theb Tallahassee correspoadent of
aii-ll. lod*. .i.red a ,. The Tian.. Iunion. writing under dat.
r ri of 1,r,.-i--rit sill tim.'U -ll.. amidl oi f April '27th *
, tt.ili'. .h i it I, imi l l-iiii- L i tf 1i" t 1 "1) r, 1ir t if thel Trustel-r ofi lth,
hittb <1 ti lI Ilmidil llel s'n.i l of II
1.6: G if II.. t. lo t .Ig I,[ I, .1A II In st al isnprove r ei rat l'und. Ho11 A
it.w h* oi f 1n., IbrKlil, I ihaid liiull
i l. II i(' 'rriu ii ('o ii) rolle.i r i ell ih,. ltHi
n fili 1,,!*, > i, n I r ,, it l J t! l 1,,.
of ,,lpt io % % I ,41 oill Ia 1.01 k.40 0lll*4
,i~l fI fl<>,'1 ,i ,. il
I I '' .r li.'et ili thi a nit tota
h .1 II li ,> t i 1 1 '1l i, i 1 1I l (
l I !i. t K ist sil nita h i* 11' old

tMar to _g Gm Ow

polities," he rema.ed Im w.
Mr. Rwbbe o We g ln Mt
he admied sgrm thoA

Mr. Weft of 14M wofa to W-
W CsweW ins cias miiito in
rard to M. a0bp e iM o "a

Van Weh had iha @ w
lma sr of amr. klp ndi
Dina t M rA. mimAs Sb

Tm glnas I ow d i
saer gw n -aWd1 Ob Oft-

Mrs a lt ms magl MI ta M

rSmas. lasthat meai od a 1
atit Uw the w deWr WI M
eack bldMd Ugn rso a

Matlot to ta ledt

(he teaotlo It PWra- -*in.
va'Ied. r
Mr. Hodges Oidmh "
am adment that the a to"
Clark b struck aofd os
to the resoatlems. ad the a s
the gentlemea fnrel Vet e .k. -td
therein. This ama.dmad I~ a
yat of orar. a
Mote le to adept the oDaite to
the resolet o prevalle d. ar i I
Explaining his vote. Mr. DA vie o
Madih onsaid that bMe was ta er
matter had been a rte to the ea-.
auee M. the C .l'ga g ae. He o r a
NBran Dtmocrat. a tat he --s-
democracy would wsevr seseed t-
this country until thq Sati apL e
the leaders of the party sned. Us,
therefore, would vete Is l of Ie
Mr. UeaUlame of Bt. r Je ls t
explainingb his vote said: "I capped
the original resolution for the seses
that them Hlouse had no rWit to am
sure Vtr. Clark's eagae Congrees.
Now that the shtiltute eslomates
all objectlosable features. I shal
vote toIn favor of It.
Mr. Wall of Braderd was enused
from voting.
JIM Le4%gi
A letter erm Seater Tallilm
acknwoledgig res pt of tIhei mml
tSac adopted asng s him to eS at
(CoUtined Pag Five.)

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liake,- i.th,-r tby tributary streams, *&
isali already in operatloa. or by tap
ling hle- lake Itself Tbh engineer
ftirlhir stal,-d that the War I)epart
liI. ealt iou4 l noi take the matter op
flir 411, I iil..l and adslaed that the
riilte.. Iake. HteoIS to have IlorIa's
i.l.r' .,titilt.le in Coagress proeure
Il. i-lihiia that will allow the work
ir *ir.itallig thi Etrgllaes to prO

ii~ ad I 1 0 1,.et r -d Prt e' 4te *FTiso, ue-stiifir of ederall jortudie-
I'd ~ 'I'.*,1 K i ,st i-e.d &It' Clii, s ai aietmold e(ne whk-h fjwiNbe
14.4' i, '.t'it' ii~t i'-leioal Pita?.'.11l4.Pro sus haIli t ere-chie~d 4ut by the Mate.
.1. .k.O le t*mII IIIe. .IIcUlIaIw it Is the dotemll a-
ii -,- I.m ifthe'trustees to go as with
I~ ,v 1ti. '. 'kr i a a.

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Tampa Business Man


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1~ra 4' Lb. sUItE' eat t!-r qO~sk. yetZ ai~dly-Is its o'n purga-
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movarl dir &Hv4ned a strIge. 444..r
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of University.
Cared by Lydi E.Pinkham's
From Tuesday's Daily Sui" Vegetas Compound
In memory of the lost catll. and
honor to the departed dead, the (on. Paw Paw. Mich.-- I ner e ten.
federate Veterans. Kirby Smith.J. J. blfrodimfemal inla,
Incladitig Inwam-
Finley and Mlldred IAe chapters. I'. matton and counfs-
D. C.. and a general sprinkling of tion, for srveral
the G. A. R.. particlated In the me- a dtre wJ daso
mortal services held In this city Mon- hope for me but an
day, Judge Horatio Davis acting a operation. I began
commander for b onewall Caimp. t'. king L ydi E.
C. V. Pi1kham VegPta-
bleh Compound, anod
During the forenoon members of I can now may I a
Kirby Smith aI!d .' Finley chapters a well Woman."
visited the cemetery and placed sM lnA DIAKu.
wreaths upon the graves of those Anther Op.I',t- m Avotkd
C o IlL--' I want women to
who have leased away. The. ladies haoww t tt wonderful medicine.
of Kirby Smith Chapter also deco Lydia E. Plikham's Veetable Com-
rated very appropriately their large l1A hasdone for e. Two of the
and handsome monument on the court best editor ain C" a e rIo d
houwe square. I never thought of selg a wlday
The audience that assembled at the I agin. I bada sma"Ell tam Aft s
Tabernacle almost ailed that spacious trbeeA' sIotht I la
building and was one of the largest Plpnkham' Vegetable Co oa
ever seea here upon a similar oc- and It made m a well woman. --Mr
casion. The exercises were under ALTNErA SPErZL 4 11 11J s St.,L
the auspices of Stonewall Camp. I'. L dIL, Pla ga vegtahist Cow.
C. V., and were among the most en- pond. fiom roo s a d herbs
thasaastle and successful ever held in proved to be the mt meewmfu
this city. reody for uring the worst form of
female Ills, incldlin disriacement.s
Judge Davis. master of ceremonies, lwiammatlon, brol tumors, irreg
opened the exercises at the Taber- larities periodic pains backache, bear.
nacle. which was followed by prayer 1og-down feeling, flatuo nc, indigo
SBonandnervousprpoUat tcws
by Rev. P. R. Bridges of the Metho- ton, adtie to try it a nd the re lt
dist church. ha been worth mlleo to asy
Miss Hester Tittman played "Dixief" r g 1nS r women

which was greatly applauded. causing
many to show their enthusiasm. fol-
lowing which the crosses of honor
were presented by J. J. Finley Chap-
ter to Mrs. M. G. Itan and H. E.
Dr. Chark-s L. Crow then delivered
one of the miost appropriate and
timely addresses cver heard In this
rity UIm)I such aan




.spoke fittinly (of the Ilra.or. t f t it' White and Black Alike Will Testify
Conf-ede'rat. -.oli,,r ;aiid oif the. d.- Against Black Man on
motion ofl th'. Southern wsnrhii. a;'l
paid a high trilbit. lo the .l:a- ulii rous Charge.
remaitliId faithful whii their Idaasters
se'rt' awam I From Wedueseday' Dlily Suim
The I'nl: ersit ('Ca. l-!,.. in (charge of I, -' \\ille.iti i, ii..lls. :, ii i'.
Major Walke'r. tx)k a pronminent part .: T'.'' d '.rr, '* I of' (.0
int the. c('re'ionie's. and made ui :1 intnt. r a! \ '* .
:ultie f ori nli- I '. .' .ti il i -1r.

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Lengthy and Appropriate Address
Delivered by Dr. C. L. Crow

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Meeting of Executive Committee to Be
Hole in the Very Near Future
for Cruade.

The.' I C A.. the newl- formed
mcwiety for this itt. Inmt .lMonday af-
t,'rnmiNn at tIhe' ('c-irt hbioue Iursualnt
to adljourniumtt anid wal. called to
order b> the1' retlidtliet. W. K. taker.
who stated the object of the meeting
--to conm.lete the orgapliation and
transact such other business as might
properly be brought before them.
The committee on sollcltatioo of
new members re-iorted and some sev-
enty new members were added to the
already large list, which now gives
an enrollment of eighty-nine.
The- following officers were elected
to complete the organliatloa: Rev.
8. It. Roers. first vce-presldent;
Mrs. E Sancbe, second vice-
president; Mrs. J. E. F'tch. third
vice-president; P. G. Rammy. serg-
The executive committee. consist-
ilg of the officer and Ave members
from the association, was selected as
follow: T. D. TinlnU. Mrs. W. L.
Hil. Mrs. A. P. Morrow, Mrs. H. B.
Taylor aad W. R. Thomas. It will be
the duty of this committee to look af-
ter the complaints and have the Sea-
eral management of the warfare to
be made by the society nl their cr-
sade against cruelty to ailmals.
This committee will be called to
gether within a very short while to
formulate plans. and to take some
action aalinst offenses practiced here.
which are in direct violation of the

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ODD PILLOWS CELEIRATL HATTIESCIURO. M .iL. April 4--I assist tI da uulg Un a
% Mrs. Minnie Crotby hM ao s -edb hae the Mwamp where he -
Nineteenth Anniversary of This Neble fore the coroner's jury her that a e Whim MifBm h ot S
Order Commmmerated. -rme he had made wab _
Order Comnemertedpulled the trigger which seat the 0o- aem r be del em bte IN~ t
The hloal lodge of Odd fellows. Cen- tent of a doul-tarrel shotgun ato e bom w LsM a Ea n
1i r Lsdte' No. 11. held their apniver I t n t doublt.-tarrel oln ato ~ f o as ~
r% mie iv. on Monday night and the the head of J. R. McShane. whose ofd hal e w h aggg ~ 8
.;n st i\tc on Monday alght and the
fa a.tdec'omllod body was found in a s e lump buktes, I
,iii..t w larlili. att rethen b t luded spot near the BoimJe street hands. Mrs. ohr hi .
mi, hnt, r an;! ai .ititng brnthreni.
rI, nlg th. ri ular eerelesan bridge in Leaf river swamp. hand thea Ideved I aw mS.n
follow In tIhc ri;uinr <'xerrl* and
,,,.,itig I-1 he sobbingly admitted that she Shrne sad eempe r h t io f
i z,.i ...- .r' -... asd htl itini ,ela. had been intimate with McShane. hayv :inrger. The afu eaIcbg af 0
'I, l.,. r.,tnti,iab.r Iw ',ilt. (l Ig metu him upon nuimerous occasoi, track Md ISe a I t h- &i o
e ... nur nti,' :-.;,, t wh. re he waq killed. '--l a few sep. ...s ow "-PA --
.ll r, i in a ntSheh said that her husband had inter ('I.L expirlag a slh InIYt.
,|* ; r< *:- 4 I.r ,, it t. i, i* I t.M c rr.-poJlnd-n(ce between % IfMhae re~y *** A tl g- f
'i, ?1 .i i('t o' it f I I( l 1 th r. 7
Sr .:,,'.f t. i i.ii,. d her:;.lf and by threat ofi \laamns. He was a pyn t
...... <1 ;, .' ..;'I. ; : d ftor"d her naI n.

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Your Opportuni

: jtra loat of your iiieonie regularly and de-
p)p -it your P-av't~ing IIthiid it ~rotg 1bank-one
ofPr thei grea i i t uiminviI i-t itt iti4 of Florida.
Y~.ur lntw ifi i "III s airnitig 4 p-r cenat inter-
'-t f or votu-work-ing while you work, but
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am"to o 8OsmO he 04

pO __P- t ws hih
- a som there -o deeds U
Sbut a ew I"t what ethers
m em 8i amght help decrase
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IeM dMlesalm of the new Maosic
ii e mmw ywv e nh r temp
i lll laIrwv a of G a t ll. The

M I wd gnt ewE. iSw I t was

isW aew bhme.

The I tm ses tly fr orortass
Save M e State i earth of rest

siob -, afIIs sw I Wk ndi
Iand Eagm durtIg there smmmer
l Tuhe mgasy t prlg and se

ga-l a $aD and

otiwe hr ad I April ith
011116 .. f te tl
ao" of a smeemm is o o G aMN
ga o* d an= M*d tassiversary

abe bi te duartiag the year
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lw. The tim aseea rather dItawat.
IMt e dlahlaw of sch mkagnittude
saire years to perfect.

Governor Wlases of Keatdcy hais
paerosed former Governor W. S. Ta),
lr Mand former Secretary of State
Char's Praley. reftues ta Indiana.
ehargd with compicity la the iar.
der of Uoernour ct Wlliam Golbetl
in 1O0. Pardons ar atlo granted to
aM other r.,Aaialag under aIdict
Iamt ad out yet trid La cuanectim
wth the murder. The petialUa r
Trlur ad trnler. I baros s4ign.
waw presaod to O Gerao WiUteoa
ga-- y by Cab Powers. who wa
udsed after fear trtisOa or alIged
s-me" with the acme.

T1 AUTO Am- nIT u_

SNe mt ast ore mea t.e
do -mof- Omi e-- so a heo d ti.

be mewsi haIV ere'ybtey beses e-
-9a0 00t b Wa qwkr-
-m he prIeM mise t "mwme
Sawe a ofe psa wOW Peaple.
Tb p'ompts os as i rst that

A ad Iagl rnuTsei g BaetIas-
t-9 W tlhe la of e and pro.,
loat vk? Ts- and lolsIa
S I tsio s- g o& r a t len.l -
bn S a O Sem Is the ra #fA
a y n Is t Ieary.
Meat a t is proeerthe a epete
M gM~ras Othe ato,. tt even
da e p revet t ccurrence

erte: Ba of l Butl e r.
S, mbetween 12and 2
UL. Wgr TT who wasW

amM M.b in. aMmewMen0ad
O MWdog" -y o his h. M a
O eW aMWoM a Ie and a
--l of 'a o awMr. iYefi. Mr.
"ea nie anmd S.r finds we at
S~ 00e tr aemeMtrel
-ge. w m -m he" m they
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6m the es of ths eL

weItwM eman ew. to ome D a
Madfte IsM ww *a e meaIr

mSO hsoe t. Mr. Uebead
I& et mdat miae t thea
am -us a hM & Mr. -fse

610at e 4W a lw t
the ae akerO d ha" e
1 wait s dan e@@&
am g" p eb Mr. Tege
lw sno tyame e put Mr.

00Mtreli vMAry-
ea w adlad oI t do bhw that be
t slred d that he wil
a h be ae W=d aW ever.
""The aba s is very greatly re.-
we""d B"see. is to have beelt. a-


iss. to isu. the wa. of Iers aof
he; PhI. el. leats epreses.tatives
steNd whes the vete wan takes os
the sMdmes tt ahlk the queet o
4C Stae-wide prolbitls to the elect.
era of Florida:
Aiafst the resolutoas: Speaker
fPrrls. Repremeutatives Acre. of Os-
eesla; Blaatoa. of Madison; Butler.
of lade; Byanm. of Hamilton. Cal
kiss, of Nassau. Chair#. of LAfaw.
sUe; Chase. of Duval. Deais. of Mladi-

TIT ATUrsrTl M L '* APRIL 29. 190
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mpomte to be Well
It a is ie to be weL SimpAy n*Me. 1 the
Sbowde ae m cotipatad. Y ou mst pay attea the
iaW of natur or suffer the conseq uenc. I mu
Sw0 produce, pohiomom ma Imt be
removed from the body at ast oce each da. orth
wl be tmrmbe. A A h Ihver b fminr a
iinme amount of dsering and smerim d As
you doctor about A)s Pis l He ko -why they act
diecy tvhelver. Tvt him. CC-


SKeep to the Right is a law of the
read. the oberrvare of uhich ipre
tretsa colalskto ad smash-a.*. The
are law applies to the groat high-
ways of Me-u which humanity is
traveilng-a tared and motely cruod.
chldJMre wtL wdertla eyes. youths
witht aer. hopeful outlook. manood
wita rm step and earnest purpose.
age with rerospectlte gas* and faIt-
Ting treed
Tke way is thickly strewn with
wrecks-broke Ideals. crushed hopes.
rnted careers-all due to allure to
obey the law of the road keep to the
right. The young rman v > is
thuhtlessly forming habits of idle
men. dlastpiaios ad extravaance I
f~atg o kieep to the rigt and is
pretty we to hand in the ditch of dts-
Pace or the slnghb of despair The
- who sa- tI a tempting bul-
se vems which involves a serl-
e aofd prl I p that I tas ad-
vtage t easher's Igmorace aor
laok t ir"ms, is tarIig to the
It. He may reach a temporary Ira
thro 00h me smmrt trick of the law.
but the aeled path wil bring ImU
a grte in the end.
The gr wheo vanity temts her
to frivolity ad eamqut. the womas
who seek to liaju a sister wom
by malJeleTam gop. the mU who
plays the tyrat a this bc"e. '"t-e
turmd to the left aud forgotten the
law of the red.
Keep to the Right! Odde words
that shoul be grave on the mem-
ery--tht ld stand like inger
poUt bels every diveerget path of
temptatIo on the humas highway.
Keep to the Right--aly then can you
reach the oal la the world beyond.
-"Tih Open Hose" nto rMlReesu.
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dedicatoa of the temple, its beauti-
ful. substantial and permanet aem.
SMy bretre-n. we cometday to ore
capy this temple o Pre Maoary.
erected to the glory of God as a last
Ing memorial of our predecemor amd
the pledge of or ety to the tee-
ets of oar venerable oder. Stad-
lag like Israel old at the parthi
of Jorda' waters, we look back for
a moment to the worn a d weary
passage behind its victories, ts
faiures. Its wrecks ad )oyous bas-
lags. and thea p oer. it
hand ad Uea glrdeto po to m th
baustfl h e. reall what Its
powa-s e 4valde- Ia and lfeth-
lts ader the wsekaht g Slod's
am to tRe aV d do aup to he It
AmemS Of the dutie ilpoems
-Ts Temple. weted at grMt
at by& skill workmen. has a dep
*antng within aId bayd the
strMth of tft walls aad the beauty
nd sk8ll of its adornmeat. It is blk
for the eabrishnem t ad protection
of soatthing that is r better.
stresger, &ad more en duris than
tonaatteo stone and Tashing roof-
ti sacred deposit is the spirit of
Free Masoary. It is ti. aot our cere
moSIal. which dedicates and is to
verity this temple. Let yor hearts
therefore be perfect with the Lord.
our God. to walk nl His statutes and
to keep His commwWaument-the we
have the spirit of Pree Masonry
hhich this sightly Temple embodies.
and herein lie the line of duty which.
as good men and true. we are to car-
Sry into the living pathway of our

--. May this great occasion enllaen

I an;. of the ..e'?,sa ias tf Fl ;.aa
&ad not a few prominent Individuals
of the State are loud In censuring
former (;Go rnor Jo-nninx- for hit
cPantnectiln with th,- Int.rial Iniro\.-
ni n Fit l, a,, Ig,-ieral coun--l for the-
..-arl 'f trust.., of ~s id fu:,d II-.
'- rl d -. e ih x i' :T .rafte-r ai.,t I'-
tA1iilnK T 1 f0- 4111% t- -nail il,,ll tr'

so; LDeMapey. of Suw ano-. hpolu tt fr-rlm h.1. f',ni' dlur:;:, th,. ia t f .*.r
of .L Johns; Hatcher. of Columbia. I* .ir. rut nrot a a,rd f i. n-ir.
Kaowles. of Monroe. MaloneUof Mun- 1 i,. fr,,n: '!. -e- ..' i'.,;* and
roe. Smith. of Jack Ao,. and 'Wt-lls idi idwis ft'r th ..ai, A twie it
of Leon ;1*16t; l- ai n Aa- n.e..l r- ~: *:.r;
Those voting for the r-..eution .or Mr J,-iiniug tu put hir hand in
were: Alexaader. of Volusia. Iload. the State- tr.,-uru\ --F 4(;,\' -rzair

of Jefferso; Brown, of I)-Suoo: Car-
tez. of Alareua; (Carn. of Marto.,
Cash. of Taylor; Clark. of J.Iff rwou.
Conway. of Clay; Cox. of PIlk.
Doke. of Alachua; Godfre). of lake-.
lracw. of Citrus; Harde-.- of iSt I.,
e; Hilbura. of Putran. liodr-t of
Columbla. Hull. of M~natrt-. K.li.
of liaker, Kinu. of Orauise. \..,...t
of Bradford,. Lght. of Marion; Lit
tell. of Pasco. MacWilliats. of St
Joaks; Mahatey. of Gadaden; McCas-
kI., eo Sata IRoa; McKenzie. of
Petnam; McKeY le. of Washingtoa.
Mller, o Lake; Moore, of Frak-
Ir; Noeley. of Leo; Newton.
of Oraage. Olilvie. of Nassau.
Pe. 0t Wakalla; Pattl;isaI. of
HUl-oragh; Peaden .of Santa Rosa.
e -lr. of Hamilto. Richbourg. of
Waltsa, Robertua. of Sunaue*-.
Sheppar. of Gadaden; Stewart. of
Brevard; Stoke. of ICcambta
pltager. of Hriamudo Tayuor. of
Hillaborobh. Terrell of tumter
Tagard. of Ubert). Th4tntoa of
Volasia. Tidwell. of Jarckon. Tram
aell. of Calhouu. Wall. of Itradford
Watford of Holmes* WiggIl. uo
Kscambla. Wilsou, of l --;3

la the datbh of Charles BInDed cl
JackMsontile h*as lmt uie oUf Its mstul
valued ctlueurs iHi- Ilot-dl th.-re
whe-a the ,ltac- &as Iractialil it '-
lta(a aud alwsr t luok a d- pl II.
teret la iat-rprit-s that are* ctaku
latd to p0omote it(s growth

And sow that the Halns trial is
it will bh laterestli to wate1 aed
a- If a New Turk jury eaa do as
I w* as as salrttered Tesalssee Jur

llrmard (n th,- countrAr.. o-n.-, of
the--. ~a am- journal- and ii.dii idulx-
ar- loud in t i-.r r;:-* f NMr
lHrosuard ad I'N- r- art us a mrun.
ltr of th*e board of trust.#e.
M r Je-i.nini> har don.!j- no r tOr I I.,
riany oth.-r a 'orna>, ,,utlt ha **
;onoe if tl e* .uImrtutl tl : r--t.t-l
-th(ouxh a- do I- a t u i.h o I".. :.!. r
suood as *.,dourrilal hi- a.'tt: -.ai
the one to tw mwot c-oud.-nm-d for
the anudrI tran-ac-tion s o Je -l:..;:cS
lr Itruoard him-se-lf for had the lar
ter. as chairman of the board of trust
tees oppi*ued the action of Jenningt

our dvotiun to our ancient order.
may it strrngthe the bonds of a loy.
al brotherhood; may it tw the start
1 in point to earb one of us for a
'mnore coiragiou.. horl..ful a,.,d de-tr-
niir d lilrrinag. toward that Tem-
1,10 r,,It mad wirth hands ,trnisal iin
th HI-\.n -r.
It R .i Y.r.:,.r. th.. ira:I ,,ra',r

thi -o

fe~r ''. .Mc* .1?Ir .. d. l~:'. r'i. on,. ,! ?! -
nra-! orl.%l and ..Iomcut .LIt .11dr. -b. tra!I,
na '9 ai r ri ....u.nt .le I V, wal .*ep d -- NI r
. .. *ria I :i t t.i '' c;'t:v a 'II -
I crd- r 11- hixh .Ih'i t..
omrk. it-. eallinic a:. uhit-h ,Banqut-Menu.
1 a-J.I.l iiAturt- c-rrneriiig ft., '%I Orang,-- : Grapefruit
144)1.; icfra'' r~ it arA nipt 4w a t eut!Ec 4
nature'. thr.r'for.- %as u ith* W n Ttnr;.-. A IA

Past Master McCIellato.
ROIt N Ic IAd a t N % p r *jig'.

a 1 1 0 ol o u hi t h m i o. u -i i A IN. I' i N u -
Cu,.huana. an: flit] -41 it, 0, A

'. : L,- :. r,.,earks
In ni thlrt. -.ars ofN MI.Ai:;,
lalors in this. ni. mother id- I
ha.e had niaN.. honour. cnf!rr.-.
upon me b) nim. tr-thrn,. and I know
that I aippret(ate to the full.est -ach
and etv.er olun of them

in these matters It would not hat'e. "'eseraJ )ears ago. I had the dttiln
bees possible for him to b ha obtain- uilshed honor of presenting to this
ed such large sums for so little labor lodge,. In behalf of one of our aell-
as he is credited mith haing pewr Lrlo\rd and honored Past Masters
formed a beautiful set of working tool ain
= a11 mahoganyt ca-r e shich %a* much
The Tampa Tribune. In dit usaing al.rt- iat.d bt al' ,ouTr nnailk.rs
the passage oif the c4tstitutional Again tdIl.td I a. n.uch ourlri
am.-ndmewt for Stat-':d, i ro il, i h I r ll e h I at. h,,,-rd it anIl.
take. a .e-l l' f t, l, Iti-s '.tit di tnat .-.? rnt. r '.. !, .4-6k d
iand ,11 r.fr,,nlt fr,':, at 'atia l I 1l. I ,i.,,, .*1. ,' r ; ,
aa'ter for r at Iast a i,.r ,t iA i l, I .. a. .d t at
cool. sa.* lb Tribune Ion lt bw in n .rtlt ..a' r f r
a hurry to start the r, 1W h In it Ihit 'A mt.,,t.. i: ,.j,
- .0 e ar to l ii t:-* .l i ., ', ', :! ,,u ,
;lla ,it I tw- t-i- a ri .te I arrt.l l "Ie n .t ,I t *,. .' t, ,,k .
,l-,ir.. u l .t ai .d It.- LoKhtfu!l. It I. a I.,I ta i '. -&, ... t .. r.
, ,. .I "I. 1 I i .I It ,I al ,, 1 ,,a r f ;th .a h d l..1 r.t, r ti .
iU it. f r,. fi Ile I i..I slr-.i r t.. lt I -t *. r ,, f a d tih,,rou.
t ir irg iiie-n ts l i. l ai.6-.i- to tih. a4t.,.t I 'al.,.- S :th i.. truit.. tbhrrt .
t.l, r, lu urdI rl f..ah i..on ai.1 atild. .unt. I 1 I ll l a f.rdt us that peaC e
the result We can afford t and an rld clsi,....id-,,Ii i ch there world can
,mught to hate at least a )lr~a r.li-tf n,4 I,. ::,,r ItA. asay
from politics of any and every &of Arid ho. in behalf of Hrherr
We rned a year of growth and de (Cushna I prfett to this lodge this
ok a"_ beautiullfli H Bol) Hible. aad witb It hil
lcere- I-sire that It shal loag
aI OWs U ae4ura oar altar and be eacredly re


P'if k:.-:

I. t-di ll ot. Nt io t 4 .jujIr-,

r de- lr -ltueisare 81-rini
R.t ?-i -u..j Cated'

Notice of Lection.
Ntpticr ip. hvreb,% i9%v that an ltV
fliou %til t,*- h-dd at Mlcanobq in S
cial Tax tSu Road l-ttrict Nunrb..r4 n
MIn Tu-rdjd AMay Ih%. A. U. I94!4 t1
detertwint aho shall be Read Tnastre
for the fiscal )tars l", a" 190 0od
the rate of Millage to be eellect.d fo
the abo'eoni.ntiu,.d ).ars. 0. L
greater. 8 H M3lClum and Tho&
MeCrtdir are hereby appointed iw
awctors fur the aboe electlo.
lDoneb l% (rdtir of the Board of Couw
r) c i'nuihs,-iiaitg. Alachua counl.
riprtla thi. th day of April. A A

1% thet Cktrk. Attest:
d l

.4 owlo
c Y*9 ur
pas" or ~ C" '
~ 00 ,r ~ ~ W no doom*~
IVAN"N's am a-






Iwed by atl who -my tb
worthy to place their hads upan
a'd jrea .i st tteir Mp"**
lAnc-Z ,1 e hsnP,,oVe WM1@
It,1* r--, f: the I:h'W e %* #Nre a s ,,
SL.anon et-dar. asrl of O(ca .i
I .-rm tr-*- on Mt Ol.te an Iplei
the hattleshlip Main,. rwhch
it%'n tHv W J. Morrow of
N J earh l.l"e haslnl r ,.',
ed ,t\ hi4 orn hands %hile '. Il
th ,,- I lPhI a
The' follec ili nanDIes *ero t
from th. rea'.-tr of out-f ;o >
rgues ts \0.lnI the" ldg at th.f
clal iworton" W J. Morrow. ralO
N. J.: J. W. Camuall. Ornvod. W.
Fwater. Alachua; 8 C. .Weiag.. C
del1. Ga J H. OstMen. ColuM
county; T. H. Hamin. W 1. Ot
Alacha: E. F. xZtrouer. Miran
J. B. Conerly. lCronsse: Geo S W
do. Washlngtoo; H. voo Nosaky.
Frank McRae. Melrose. J. I. G
Jonesvlle; W. P. Webster. Jac
tille; Louis C. Massey. Orlando;
Lake. Stark; James Croxtoo.
mOpy; F. P. Pulling. Hawthorn;
el Pile. L x tto J. J. Vernon. I
Cre". N. M.; W. H Jewe rl. Or
W. E Baker. Plant City: J. .e HRl
ea. Hamptea; W. H. Anderu
Bromoe; T. H. Clarke. Lake Ctn~
C. i. Hiadhove. lake City: John DBU
W. 0. Holland High Spring; J.
Col.e. Waldo; W. H. Tueker. R
Headeruse, A. C. RobtMai J.
Swiv al, L. N. PearM. W. ikg
roes. Newberry; T. A. Carrol. Jadh
suavlle; Dr. S. A. Hua Newbul
ry; W. P. Bt. Wado; H. IL Trgew

The real ey d deUligt of th
eveMlag l the lr- s-mber lit
wan te entenrtmeat fessure. 10e
de was furmisbed by the Wolts 0,
chestra amd lseel tanuLt, ad the e
-Quet cled ee of the greatet eteg
in t history of th tty.
Ample -- a d a- h ed
made in the large reception room =m
ve Wlesthy tables were lUed io
overflowi with ehoce edibles t
had been prepared by the committS
n charge of this part of the pruogra
Following is the order tn wl*I
the evening program was carried a~
bentaniag at R o'clock:
M sle-Orebestra.
Addres--Rev. F. H. Craigtll.
Pito solo. selected-Mis Myrdo
Vocal solo. selected-Dr. 0. .8 Wa
Readino-Miss Ethel Webster.
Piano solo elected- Miss Id
Vo a1 solo. S.lectd- Miss AIlm
Quart,-. ,l.c't,.d Messrr GY'rieve.
;rahamn. Maddowk and Waldo
Mluslr-Or h,'.-tra

--- --- I Ir I ------' I

e~lCtL II

I i






Evtry Courtesy Was S ':A tae P3s
n-rter rand All We- -', ted.
Mi:anopy *i,. g.
1::itor Sim: : T ,.- I "- i;>
tin ;( Ila t-tua'*l rr .v s :a (.n
iet11It :t at .I ';i-:,zl l \ r:
I'th. ;ith :.nd 1'.!;'

*A. tO att e thl Ki rr **: \l '. in
')hurch Sundav. It at' thou: .ht m i ;le
,shorc'h Hunda.v. It Wa, tho,,iht mmeh .

r'rnths aro that the :i, w church
which i. in c'our*-e of con-truction
would he ready for tie on that or-
casion. but It was not. and the old
or temporary church, which was bulft
after the big fire. la still In use. al-
though inadequate to the needs of
the congregation. The new one is a
magauifent structure and wfll be
large enough to accommodate the
crowds that could not be seated and
r mailed standiag, some outside the
door after the church wa filled that
I had the privilege of seeing two
of my little graadbables baptized
there, one the Infant daughter of Mrs.
Race Araow of Jacksonville and the
otkr the baby boy of Mrs. Josle Ar-
now of Mianopy. At the time the
baptismal ceremones were goang a
at the holy water fount. a marriage
ceremony was being solemIsaed ia
front of the altar.
On Monday I visited the postoflee
and was shown through the interior.
where a number of clerks were kept
busy. each one doing the work as-
signed him. While there I was for-
tunate in finding some fixture that
I will need for the new postotfce
On Tuesday many topics were dis-
cussed at the two sessions of the
convention elativee to postal affairs
and at the close the postmasters
were invited to attend the theatre at
Dixieland in the evening.
On Wednesday there was only one
session. which closed at 12::o. and
we were treated that aftm.rnon to a
trip on the St. Johlns rliv-r to G;r.e-n
Coine Sprinags. W'- -nt fir-. to oi' w
the i-priKng andl atc''0-h h c 1-to '-
Ill ti tni to go t ,O (a..- icaim l 1 a d it
IP'-s th.- niiliniarv drill W .\\' 11 t111:
w:- *' e% r w- r% ti-rn. ii toi th-* tae)tt
a rld bt.irts d on tlir h- ii,. irdl iourne-.
The )aniii -t on rh1 i, in firi,
;il iliatll t .ii l'I I,- aI .-ir,,l aIiea ii -,
to t. ti ll.ta i 4 r \ I rI. #% r

#Ad wm w- r- it rtain l 6 *
' A l, r 1;,,. o;r- .r. .r

of Ii,. tri ln I r sh' la l '.a t al
' .. II ;H i i* It fl l l .1.. r '. I'l
Tj* -, l, -tira-. r at. r, ... '- -

Weiu: Mp Wtk hf* e e a te#7
TO USaEfPEri/. .RofN:Gmfd


MR& L. J. DOUKsa
wer. J. (. Pukes, Pator of the taVnl
tarian Cburbc of Piaetowa, S. C.,
"My wife has been ais wery bd state
of health for averal years, asd mothins
seemed to do her any good atl she
beana toU a Pruna0u o mouth ag.
staa tahe the color has rt arsed to her
faee, and she is gainlag Ia lesh evary
day, ad I belteve sh l0 a well woa
*My little boy, te yaam old, was pal
sad had bet iUtle lift. He began to
se Perna the day his mother began.
r-day bhi faee to rosy, and he to out ta
the yard ruslang ad nampiag with th
ret of the eblldrea.
Setoms Tre a UeIlhwes
Mrs. T. Ballard, Pryor CraWk,
Indua Territory,write: "l am bapp
to tell you that I kospl be from my old
tmeeah troMble; Isl o eSatrrha
symptom at alL I am ale todo my
work, at sad drink wat I wast, ad
joite that I foead a sare eure sl yor
luahble medicines, whieh I f!ft*I te
iad in the bet of bomn physiclaa."
r a
to rent. between the bank and the
poit office.
Within the last year several new
residences have been built in Mic.-
nopy and another is to be built l
the near future.
lMiianopy, Fla., April 26, 1909.



(Continued from Page One)

honorable e nit-ai' to have lth. pre-sent
he .d of thi- Iii'rual it. vimue IkN.
.1art mint of the (;oi rume-nt ii n this
St.rte iI* icaplit.t.*4l .a d(l a g.Kt e i% thl
|in.II A 1 -|> ri l n, .itor '.'l. ri* Iriemllil'. !

t'~~~~~~ ii,. ci i.~~' Ili- ,. its o e ffertsa c I c- noia&.. m- tavt.
lit IF, aa I I A'. i-- H' a a 2* I a Jia tin lia. l% r Nla- Al 11 coi r-
a-a~~~~~a.~~ AI~ r a I I- ~ ~ ~ l'. ii.- ed,.r- I a r- Ia tj i i m 'h

% !.:,-eal s th c it r al (1:e '., witinl ar \4'loA I I 1 lIl a Iai( atjauti at 1
(Ilii Tliurpla\ the Li,- -sa-I wa l aaP Ill diil I% Ili v* lalaia ltan (dt the
laud s 4. 1-4a- 11-dAl. (al :11 1 tli- pa-t' y, Ii-aI 41 ac tof tii' ro.--elutiie a i Mr. Itma-
% Ili r. a jifrIture- mwa;t a k.-ic-i ,ft he- Wilhiii said lht- thought the- House
urwl t,-rI ~iI -r- '1,Illacf ll.fll- 1 iir --- -

'.. II .JkJac'k-,oi ll InI t lm iiK cars.
T at: ll l llltri t.llliK f. .'>ira of that
rn'!-. w;i- the- manI 1 li II tlt- ell-KU
phi le,., waho .-ilitiiid i o I "- Ih"- Iao1-t
iao,.-morthi pl;ti-,.s or r .Iu- i.-4s that
U pa(-md As me II -(* tlih- Hoale
if the- Axgd ihe told ti" the-re was an
,ild lady the-re Iho had rect-cetily cre-l
rated his lo th birthday. lie added
that he and a friend called to lntler
\evw her, and when they. asked the-
sr.-ret of her long.- ity. t he* r,.,ll-ed
* I have never bee-n In loe. When
*,. were leasingl. though." he said
-hie amke-d niy friend to call again
O(n Friday sme. miit'd the- ctIai' hi
farmi. ihertn.- %. aw tie-iSt full of
t.;lt Ithat lItook d a a dill-t.an Ilk,
pil. <'f robe k It!- e .ar,. ~* Idl .
The a;i a hat '.ounctl tIin a f It o
iiod fur ms k.L old \\, I .1I
lihtl lh,'. gr' c-i liiu lh ',- a .' h Ia ,lall
I a1111 tilhe ) art. Ua 11 Ill(1'1 1 A( h1 Th ''14 11
itidl ile.) are- ai mouth- oiA 'I ho. b.
four ..-k. olil a t r. a large. .A a
half graimn turk,'
Olur ir*- leildigK lih h i Io, I,
liis d for a is --totffia *l0 ia t -
Iprlogrne alsag iilra It 1. on th lot
woued by MSr i'rlloi and bi ai a
ir lUr lkt. loaItl.-dl a. a i a I nalk it
a most destrable plate for th.- pur
pose for which It Is ltstended Ir
Watkina esprcta to erect a bank
building on the corner just scruae
the srUti aead north of the eaw store
Tbu will pt the t1ore. whickhL i blilt

a fialr iioa'ir ,-' ,1io ii atan a t o-nour

laor.,, teiia'irr'- It r-. ,ulhatiol l >
14. \ SiMr MaI Wi\llliasu of St Johia.,
i hat lthi ora'tlg ,I~t.on nl 1 .doafit--0
antd drlKsigiatl-d as the l- nbleu no* er
of thli State-. UI'nd-r walier of rula.
thi. mant auopte-d for lmme-diat. (cer-
ttlialtiou to (,"- Senuate.
Letter from Bryan.
Mr Alexander recei -led a letter
front Mr Hraun yesterday stating that
If he came to Tallahassee to address
the Ilgllalature- In re-ply to Congres-
Iun ('Clark. the v alt mould be after
Juni- I The se'-iluu of the lA-gilal
ture clo-'. June .

I I, -* r nlolt r. ,o lu'.,ih iiit i< *'<1
i S 1 i aIl. T 'Ir -l4 a> I S4 ia ..to
i.lali lh. I s' nII l ur ith ll* I' t
hI..i-I r ;.* .I r \1 d-ini- -t1ail 1ll bI
.-k.'I tI -l.l ll. i A dall laail -.-r'
. i, fit-l Kilihts K') toi K*-. \\'W -l
- t, i '..' ka '
1Th.a S aiit- d< o'*.l d lth- gr* it-.r
l.drt of l the- ra los u to billl. ol third
re-adli, atid laaIed a iuuilw.r uof 'ar)
wai limportau After lung debate the bill by .-ni
ator Hudwou. raising the school age
from to 7 year. was killed by a
vote of 15 to II ISkator luctauas
of Dt val spoke etruagly In favur of




Exer.-ise Will Iegin on Sunday and
Last for Period of Pour

The' \\'ldi Higb School. one of the
largeIst of the- c-owntl. ill (tlwe for
the tr-mn this week and the com-
m4.nc-me:ntl exercisevt will begin at
that place on Sunday.
The Sun il in reclipt of the pro-
gram hut owing to its length we are
uabhle to give same in full. the exer
clses commencing on Sunday ad last-
Ing for four days.
The baccalaureate sermon will be
delivered by Rev. 8. B. Rogers of
this city Skuday morning at 11
Monday. c~iameAdng at I p. m..
the primary department will reder
a well-arraged program In whl
some twenty-four of the puplIs will
take prt.
Tuesday eveslag at 8 o'clock th
High School departmet will have
their exerteiseo, whleh wtl oP a t of
the usal recitatkims. spimsebaklg.
and muie, and will be closed witt
a oe-act play eatitld "CharmotMamrt
lktra," ia whLc I M the
yoMas ldles ar to take lpt.
Wedamay the gradpstk e areless
will oeer. The program ha kbea
carefully arraanu Iucldhi u ad-
dress by Capt. oo. M. Lych aad the
prM aof dploma by County


the mieaure, while Seaator McCreary
of Alacua obetd to t pa agea a
Among the Mtlb pmaad on faal
reading was me by Senator McMuallk nk
giving street car companies the ame
riht and power of emlaest doai
enjoyed by railroads and canal am-
paines and another by Senator John-
as proklblting Are asourace comp-
leas from setting up lack of title as
a defense from payment of a policy. BEIRUT. April 6.-The sIadt---
Owing to the fact tat several Bea- a A ic T y Is m of e treae
ators were absent Set Beard ask- gravity. ow many to d ave
ed that his distranchisemeat mesa- bee massacred ean"M be auiteLd.
ure. which was down a a special or- the disturbances aving bs a e
der. be set as special order for wide-spred. latest estimated place
Thursday Instead. This was agreed the number of killed in Adam at p-
to and he will speak Thursday morn- proximately 25,00, and tboUaAnd-
Ing at 10 o'clock In behalf of the have been done to death I the towns
Ola n ur'*. of otheo districts. The state of 1l"l-e
On Third RadlS. which several of the places are lder-
Aniotl hills considered on third going, has broqugt the inhabitants to
re-adinK mere- the f(olkwing: the verge of starvation.
Q -rI'- .. iS M '.. TI 1.1p % v # "-

ontr 11 l o .No Fy .i r. Mr-
I'r-ear To I.puilsh ny ie-rm)an who
illtliidoilu .- or altttiiilits to intlimidate-
:ii.v In-reMi lmwho ha- helin w-rvtd with
irt c'- tio ;I I', r a a wmitlat-'. iti
amily court of thi- State. Ado|lt, ld



S -rut*' till \oe Il,. bv- Mr. .Johnl ion ia a h
Soulr*'l lll*' rh,1"r1' i l i n hi
lrohiiiling fira. lulr thlivee, eult-re-d the grocery store of
!oi,,K tl~u ihi, .. i. Itis < tt ... In th,.
!ii bi-ie ar til Ithis Stat.. in the Mrs. Iols Tuekr. located on Wall
th-nce.- of fraud. ui.re.r nation street. llad carried off Icisiderable
,r d..ce-it uprln thl- nrf of the part) groceries Iides the ca drawer
inl:rilnl, from ise-.1tin up as a de.fel- e d the c ge l thathad on le
against ipayn'ni't of a policy lack of It
In it.
title in the party lnsurlng. Adopted. In all the los will probably amount
SI111 N 10 to about $25. and of this amount a
&bnate n JMl No. 105. by Crill-Pro I few cents over $10 was n cas., whbLc
hiblting prostitutloo of females underwas left over from the sals
Ihe age of It ai.d proeIding nlsaximum change purposes.
inilrl rieoni.nt of (ten years. Adopted There is no clue as to who the
l,-nat.u. 1iII No 1t4, by ('rll-Ke- gullty pars re. bt judglg fro
Il litig teo lticing away unmarri-d fe- the way they went abot the mttr
umal.e- for Iro.-ltulion and providing it was someone well acqualated with
i.iaximum of three years In Btate the building and knew all about the
prisonn or l$1.ot. Adopted. general affairs of the plac. entrance


Deputy SheriW Story ari a in
and Wife Wednesday.

iOve. 2

tos bat the wig a .

ae to reesn iaenmal I i b a
as yet hardly bees o hw t 0& 1%
coiser Juoles 2arry aae I Ige
ae a Wsad it geI If I .
swarms of refugees a pd aa
BrMtUk. Prech sd Gegag e A
*lps are at other parts, ase

far as poselMb at U tMhe a hapt
nip sta.

betag made through the or.
Ofltors Arow and Oweas are bo
at work on the caao ad aemat-M
may develop within the mest fo days
iaearding this and other robbari
which have occurred withm th s
few weeks.

Millinery a shl to 06.
I desire to lanorm the sosrai pb-
lie that I will opens a Grot-lms mI.
nery school, whihb will beloepara
within a abort whlt, aad wiO gaM
antee to teach the art is em twe
to three oatUh. Joe wl beo I-
satruted y a thorugh gadao ad
applitattr- amr a lrady beat r es.
ad nIma dIAeret assllme. Thme de-
eirms to o.r my .. a- KV. P.
T. MeCormIck, GmWa b

if t's we amed mo. rey mi m .
The ssea is h ea a to et o .


Ik',Uuti ) herif L1. E. Sturdy Wed-
,tra-d-i Ibroulht to this city tau al
I.-ge-d lllad tilger keepersI aud plac-d
ihlen Ini jail to aalit an euauiiiation.
s hlh a silll I. I* ard bt-foru CoUlnt)
Judge- Miao., They were arrested at
tarTu.e I'iark
I.maIh ain IAU St* eI'ell, IaiAII anid
wifc, at I odld bj a. bIe 'U r .ll litaig
hlal-k,. foe, iolje flliid. ald (o40iillIillit
lhAIIIIK tI..i uIAdt- Ito Ille de-u1u. hl 1. I- al lrtrtariawr th
se-I 4 ril Itrapl i s d lay l I Il l for rilt it li.l- ii-ii ,
thr II ni jill bi'lai rem arde.d b,) i
Illas L'i *n 1
-alt hlili tbh ll IIn the act a Tuehda ) e
SalK I,Il*J l -,,ll
Thil it. the rbu t rre-ot fur this itls
latou lu that aectO t for saUle tim,

The time is now at haad whoa the
surplus spaCre I the backyard ca be
put to goud um by paatnag a tew
rows ulf swe potatoes.

IK amlN P1111KW
at clues ivht", your luw at a t a@"
tl,r 'A 'ndl d fl*.k i bySl a' m1rW% L'0
Ilii Ie, AE. JeAmes. tsHamr Amd
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If t should remIt In a prolprtiomate
decrease emtoms dutlte. Mr.
Blley favored restrict e of Immigra
e as a prect tof Amerla Ia
Mr. AMirte retorted that whie Mr
f y was ready to keep the frelge
lor Ibe oer shores, he was et
avwe to allowgl the prdwee of th l
chap Iber to eome In Cmptltici
wthI the esaet at Ameriea worktna

Mr. I r Ibrt took up te propo
ale s to tm ever to a tariff omamis
sim the --a- e -a muof the dWheme
ase o the taror Mi. emamestg on
whihb dst-red that be did et
a o in r o ever to pouitical
~mo f a.to iettlech
*a iu l tim ees t* l they
wem a Im ltml a to eatertaf an

evera het what li had pr re...
Ie wAb i s on pad.
Ihe l l s ow. m lf taii e, e m .t
M- -m "O sees mea ofe
em W-- he did fet bee nlm.

SIt bmd the Wpsa to
D f aif the mds of a Sa mbia.
M gum vr d msI he ished. he
9"m apk"s "eb ua1y t attempt
be togammov pefr by ay l.n
ag of ggtdm S tatfitg bm the
h wo laobr lt any wme of emn
, agO. to brw an advantage
ademt a* I any l t I partlt r lI-

M nMo.d b he msaw at this time
bm bee bude, whieh, he declared.
Woo MI= e in this etry.

The town acomei of lAesbarg has
pgeeed a oardiancwe granting a fraud.
ekime to C. A. CUMM& SJi of Abbe-

eleric ight plant In that place.

* mUL sV u"TuI' the two Atlsta schools for this term
rw Drs. Lamw W. Desham. Fred S
gledr 1 X and Guy Sa Miao8t .
'- 0 IIIMea The later two will graduate from
se A. a te cnsit of the Atlanta Deutal College. t'
A- a e a ext-reses will be hold at thb (Graid



aft Imr- boom Out on Tiny
hWs Chidk-Woud Tear His
F Tll Road Stremed Do n
I M Hands were Bandagel -
-utis5O. Usleus TreatOmits.


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Opera Hose In the Georgia city at
I uoiluk. April ;,th.
Dr. Daham. wbo is a stud. Il off
Sthe Mouthern. yesterday wired hii
SfIat.r inforraing hriu. of th. fAct thllt
he hlad asked the ea\ulmnaiun aa!.l
Ithe der-rc.a i w, I. gi-e In him at the
S! lo(si.g -, rci "P of t1" ( c: ll, ..

Os-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At Ica-t. 6a shat a '.1,un L.ot. *iught
to i...:i i t tests t I ,.r '
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ti x.r ure-a ...p
mess. g food teething
25c aud Oc. Sold by I

To All W!, m 1-[%.t

ti.rrtmi a i-t cI Leg.
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Do 9u Fal This Way? ~A.STI,,.,$AL.
Do ee fet all tired ? Da fo oew tPe Notice is hereby given that under
S* k ye sra r 't wrek awey st w Pet and by vir ut of a d, re p of for',alui-
ese oa trade amy Iea P d o yI o have a1 po Pe- ure of mortgage mad, and i. ndered
ti., md lay aiswe at UiSt e-ble o ls*P As by the lion. J. T. WHllt, .lu IKg- of the
B yr aerva all tuon, aid yt.ur stinceh tWP Her- Circuit Court. Kighth Judi. lal ('Circuit
i MLise to lore ahed a the werld hlft yto ? M M, you of Florida. in and l fr Alaclhua county.
SieI as w p st op to year iiiery. Ye en do it i in hanr.-r). n i th.-' ?rd day (if
Se wiM Dr. Paer e ('s odes Medical Discery wig March. 1':n a in a rcrtain cau-. th* raii
S make *youa dieK,' idid hIt r wI l se ytar ur liet pe*nditi ue'.-it A. iA:ty It .cot;,
o wrk. k wIn Wetb rw it Ma or sa i b. and id lainatit .r-d (;irt V Whlite. nziil lhi
tap petite will cone back. It will periu yea Mod. wife., Klnia \\bhit. are defeindait. 1.
Ithe i m i emTy dmrt y y im yar Mil ow m t the underingne-d. a Siecfial Man,,.'r I
k Will np~ t dd hatt away. Rm diner Even sawe*slow
Swill beIst eas a ee ly. Ev e C.hancery. will sell at public outcry
famption h r st raised a ood Mol4d ia e Iorm 41 1 to the bighesrt and I,,-t hidd,.r for
e in a. edi, sr Me at sit w iM *b ,ash. btwfore t. e is 4per cent. of all ceam. It is a reedy p: ;rrd t t b Dr. R. t ora
of Blo. N. .. who se vde is fro rto clH %So wi h to write him. Hi the ('it\ Of (. il, l .,, laa
re secease h come onm hi e c cerier e and varied pmr iiato. ,ond..t.. (the.1 :;:r* hmtirt of i l'th
lls't be wblIsedJ by a pcnny-.rslkir dealer otoe toakieg di i b-t' hr cofI;,. th.
an Bn Dr. Pierse'o meJicino. rectr Ierreded to be "just a liod." Dr. follok1 *.)lg oilc rit..1d l l. ,itua:. I-
Pi oes* mediC(ir- a*re (, Uc eC rxcnMimuns. Their ever i di i l ug aud l-imi in Ala hus rruuxnt) Flor-
S e wr-ape -%. Ste4e inrm ruot' w to ut ,ka W L,.Si. Cotains h biNiI 1 .. to- it.
waedmg us.~sr lot aL).~cm- r .dciir.l As~. .oa..e, omuE ale, N. Y. The Northuert qunrtlr of the, 8Soth.
= .. eaors... ..s.. at quarter. an d the E;-t half of the
S.......lSou'hit quarter of Action Four-
teo'n H11. and thl Northeast quar:,r
Sof Northae rit quart-r of Section
Twenty-three (231. all In Towaship
tSeven 7 South Itange ElgKat0e"l
I 1) l ast. coltainl,: ig 16l crr. more
or less.
STogether with all and singular the
teIements. heredltamentq and a;lpur-
tenances to the amsm' belonging or in
Saulyw. apwiertainmng. Said prolwrty
to hte iold to natl-fyv ald decree aud
cost. Terms. cash.
NEW ORLEANS. April 26.-Etght pending disaster. those on dck found Special Mster In Chancery.
people were t and seven others thmaelvde precpltated Into the W. a. BROOME,
sw ft current of the deep channeL Solictor for Complainant.
Sbar had a thtilo S ecat e a They succeeded In catching hold of MSHIRIFr S SALL
de th n th tow bat -l of objects washed from the boat sad
the oulsleti- Petroleum Company manxwed to stay aloat until they at- r'ader and by virtue of an execu-
west down early yesterday tn the MIs- treated attention from 9 abr. ti Isued out of the Circit Court.
sisalppi river about forty miles south Their cries atrated two absermes, n sad for Marion county, Lt a cai
t o New Orleans. who wet to their asistaae tI skis there peflag. wherein Richard Me-
TIe dead are Capt. George Joyce. and Ianaly landed the party on shore. Coathy is plaintff and P. A. Teague
Second Eanlneer Charles Goodbub. They were brought to New Orleans sad W. Teague are defendants. and
directed to ail and every the Sheriffs
renma Cuarle Mart. Mate Rich- on the tg boat .mo. N wuof the State of Florida. I have levied
ard Lellan. two segro deck hands, m:.aredl. uXonm and will sell before the court
a segro chambermaid and cabin boy.t The sinknla of the Eagle is one of house door in the City of Gainesville.
The accident occurred early in the those mysterious tragedies as to the Alachua crouty. Florida. on Monday.
mornia and at the tUle aUl those cause for which i Is impossible to the rd d. of Mad y A. D. .tbein
a legal sale day. between the i-gal
who perished were aleep. advance a satisfactory conjecture. hours of ale. the following dearrited
Without seeming reason the boat There was so explolson of any kind. prolerty tosit: The North IIl!f of
began to dip aad take water and In declare the survivors. At the time. the Southeast Quarter of Section Four
an Instant was glag down, breaking the Eagle was conveying an oil barge 4g Township en 4I t. In thAac
In haflas It aank. Without oppor- up the river. The barge broke away ua county. Florihla. levied upon and
tuafty to give wartnng to their corn- w rom the towboat when the latter to be sold as the irolworty of the d.-
mBanios an ulnaseIoniad of the l1a -ankl fendant. 8 W. Toacue to satisfy and
__,,_I___Ya said exe utlon.
At (Gain-r iElle. Florida this toth day
of .arch. A. D. 1 *i'o

Pensacola Lady Killed -h.a. l'
t Mi TA 1 .E 1?'1i n I.
'*d ett r It %*;I th 1-.4lk t .: L IICU'% t

in Automobile Accident pa
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The tourlit hotel" of the Ea-I
SULTAN'S PALACoast 'i are- all ricis for the season.

T,,ija It n"le'U EitmltIlmlaiting the
1 ; 4 1. Co i l ti o f f a t l t 4 a te s e 'i r -. k % E r ,

n if .:r t I dl Theo. o 'j. i ii t, i-iig Alim aittinioilelI4 rare lee't itwt ep to 1ii.
r Ma~ liuIl Ltw Is cLiett' % t, ;e.rlmt a 11.31 ilit, raniva he'ltntitnic ~tmicierreiw
I' t'~ ~r'-* irtoo'! r lei.m. ',evs(fr Imuct4'

b j I, ., mie.i liltairy'courts for trial hii'ieed from last t 'IiI'r is? -e~k.
l-ur What Will Be the Sultan's Pate?
N N i m T!, -- 4%at at i oti ft 1,t 1-. .- timit. rs I04v.1n: t in ist t h h.-%%' #-an t c] ti nc rill
.111% re, t11)0- -,v i'i li Yi041:tz l: e-k I-o-gmn erl' line. a frammmehke' ha' i already ttee't
th....ir n t'@ Iilrli~iiC ig, Th -e'l'lie rs 4)i Ofthe i-eI fv i
K.' riI *it rer.mall, ;.ri -miers mid-
I- Iee'.xn pt*r. Iit, it- plact s o uix Uk.ii I,~31.% N 'luam-do!-errhant iiof lRamos ~ha t .*orptanly
U, .111,- (of iatat ieii e'd for pete'rtion agliist piecidlerp. who
'It 'It through niv.- r. E:mrke'i emi' have bt*n mnfe'.ting the- town lately.
c:dm-i.l4. h#- lif the chlaimberlains of t ,.-comee t. Ali
if t'i- str'ix Ili-%. that his niaJop-ty !t.lt the' nfll.'. The Camp lumber mill at Whiti
will, a71u111 the.'1. 11) e M'I 4.nidouk Pasha tint tEEresist. Springs was sertoutdly. damage d h%
mrfierhminw.- -All (otf the-m.* -tilehi, mmaj.-t vitill firv tkiaturday. the Iis. being "ti.
dIi-aemt.'r. It :ir Iin, (hiiiue -Ii.u IIi not ami%. 1 at. A at
o. itii d C' If or.r- fhl, of fI- o l m d W lio t ti' u a
'-t I th-.o -'titiuml i mietot'r.,-i-i the-re. A G A. R. e.t ~r~imz'
~.'1''41 -* M I. a;-1 t '~ in 4t ISt. P *4r-bxrg whi ch gid e'. prom
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An aching back is instantly relieved by an
application of Sloan's Liniment

This liniment takes the place of massage and
is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates-
without rubbing-through the skin and muscu-
lar tissue right to the bone, quickens the blood,
relieves congestion, and gives permanent as
well as temporary relief.



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h-as n() Iequal as a remedy fdr
Rhlicuniatism, Neuralgia, or any
Pain ()r stiffness in the muscles
or joints.
Prie 23c., 50e, a"d *I@L
Dr. Ea Sl Sloau* 506011 V Ma. U.S oA.

rii, t .r. f r of l'emnpc-aIuin it, .er:er i Eustis Is to havo *Iocttrie V3.
inut tfo i'if r.'.etee the' price' i fz!,. Ie frinch hnvInv bee bngn ur" "' &
lout butll cnitiinue In hutiaa..e wimh- (;q.rgjt firm. who are to &Avg St.
out finalncial loss. bave dec-ide-d to de- lisli, Installed durnl gthe sMMAW.
crease .th.- aelght of each loaf of
bri-ael mit- oUnce(.*. thus meeting the VWe often weadvr bo hwmy 1Ou
rlrse in the ioce of Gour. in be persuaded into Wam kalg y
bhut FIO t ii o ilonw. lwfoad Ta fr m
A pleasant and probable colds and lung trouble. Do I M W
tuw'ld aInto arcepting *w mb s w
economy. other nui~ttutes. Tb. emstm -
The best str,'ngth mker win t w tain' no harmful drugs MWd In M #.
wfild a. Ij',.eAkr u).ts. and curi. ello package. i. W. MefUu a
ously en ,ugh its the cheapest food (.0.
.' Cl a., thelc ,.t. -A family offour I

pels-A.s(Al ellmpy a weck's whlo-
some. stren-themuaug breakfasts from
a .Singe pulA-kAe of Quaker Oat9 Wt
km.. tima the t abot a mnglebreakfalt
of the usual heavy aid greasy Ui&
Ask Fir Qu..ker 08 amintins. is
keeps fresh and swru act u'uitcI.


Twenteth Century

Barn Door Hanners

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boo doVON"to do eft rew.
e M omI o fem a plemp
vW edseverad Opto hi eto

At "OvIbrry ad "ad 41ft
Iso msewfte lahueIs

IW DelaNm Bwers.
W Novw xemt..
4 10 hr bas" the

41 theb*00er.
rt Oens atanwtoan wa
Vb~tto t00 MiY yester-
bagbm e UmSade.piamaut
t G p I ft a substam.
SO OWh Job P141114106Inad
oIlia maw- asthe

IVS. N.)UMae, adeasee
f mufift t Is leacesou
As Al erum hee yg-ak. She
~i he 1mmbe~seweems
oft om sppiema
O Q i s0 V mhei to wet
ow OL Noun own do dw I@ ".r

b maWL Im fIfbb UNPSO
now L 0 b i of 60 sy IS
S"84 6"sof a bmdm~m
It ONf L of.6P. pb MOus me

nehaOUKa e4s maed a0a
hr tona4,. yun h~ohe
"S as Operv.
IkL L IL amepow. msermles a tm
am@ 41 6-v --aws. W"s
G e1111e o *aeiki VIrda. lHe
ft mm to I"hnow" of O
ONSileeAmesdads skPar.
me gom a nmr a s
m ad* aIto a.
am dow w rebr eac to

Ma J. K. Wbmro fWaW as
INN INGS 00 Gviug tthe ctf

Mi.. Dess of KImW use mem"
ft~e~mseftesbqupeve. isthec

SJ. 9%WWSMAmDr. J. LClaud
im ofAksh.. Mer*e suing the v lef
to Qbammflle Tuesday..II

W. ftlm es ofhathrivingse ofm
*We pfe bhismame rn ites"a to
b. csky Ymevdav.
SMIUbe Narm emu. of vMkanay au
0 AVsdo tiemCity yesterday mdwill
ky -Pftd 80e0time her.with her
W. rr t UmI M r. H. P.J Iran
be Miss Wille Jones of Reehelle was
m shopdlg Iothe city et erdia). She
as~s arOsauPaald by MSiss iremma Ham
Ateo of Amheifle. N tC.. who ito sis.
fun at .I L ebt-R1r.
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ttimhaui Buildingr, tra a-t u
%kv~t, Nort I

C a lr~p Wsrk
A :S1.t-calty.

Pheme St

Misl M. M MasLing of .Micauuop
was In the city yvterda. Sbe i
ae of the merchants o that place
aad has a handsome tradr amoug the
dPWee of that section.
The man)y friuds of I. J llurkhim
will be pa led to kWrn that bh is
sareriag fLuh appeadictli and that
am ot4.raltaa will probably hare to
e rperformed a thia the nxt fe-
days unless hs cardUthum tmlmr ,
Miss Sarah lIt of Aulsu-t (Ga
who ha bern a stltas Mrt H P
Hotslteia for twe patst *esel-rl da
"eft yesterday for her home. IDurtu
her sort ta) here bst made a mum
her of friends aho will h- glad to
gapl welcome her to the cst

Gilbert TYoemloe of Neutbrr% as
ia the ety yrtda.v.
W A lekMwd of Mraa~ t
Sd Gtlamvtle Wedl4eda
W W brace of Padrb&nk aL ted
resatee la tthe etl) ) elerid
Mise Am-- Zetrwrer o( K. Mt ilk.
as shopilatg the ctt. )esterda4
1. (' Smih of Joaresal' eas grrI-
ugl i.. acqualtutal e Il thr cwlt

Mr* Sm Turner of Kourelle tvi
.g4J thr it.) yrstrday on a *bhopPinL
'*. ^.. .

ms. Were Ve gse to the eity ye.

b- F ew w Be as an.e af t
Iw m me t, e8 06w t"

MIN JuaM Rrow. an attractive
yamc ldy of Grove Park. was among
the shopper la Olnesville yesterday.
Drn J. JD. Watkts ad W. C.
Joheams represataU citlaese of
M haepy. vwre voters to the city
Ur. reak McRae and H. va Nos-
ky. promils eat ctiMa of Melrose.
wem aming the vistors to the city
Mrs. Georg W. Brumiry left yes
terday for Cedar Key. She will re
mait to the Gulf City for the next
several day as the sust of her
friend. Mrs. Warren.
J. CSetrowr and wife of Rochekll
were tators to the city yesterday.
Thoy came a for the purpose of at
tadimg the dedlcatla ceremonies ol
the Muerl Temple.
J. T. Rchard ft Alehas, who is
-aemed tn fahniia tha tt ectioo.
was a vator to th edty yesterday
ad mad a pleasaat Call at this oacee
reewg his sabsera o for another

Mrs T. L McDsoaM and Mrs.
Ales Daagtrey left yesterday for la-
la Spring. Ga.. where they w
spend te aext several week n the
hee that t theage will prove bese-

Mrs. L L K asileld of Jackson
vle was nl the city. yesterday. She
was e route to Roeeklle aad wil
pead thne axt e4w weeks la that
plaf vlditg her parents ad other
I. A. Pkett of Newberry was In
the dcty yesterday. He was ecompa-
Male by his daughter. Mrs. J. I. row.
Itr, who has been visiting her pa
at at that place for the past sr
ral days.
Hor. J. G. Dampler has returned
tea the aweting of the Good Roads
Assrelatllo Ia Palatka. He states
that it was largely attended and
eruc valuable Information wua
gaied by those present.

L N. Pierce. formerly of Alacht u
bet who Is now coadateag an ex.
urasive business at Newberry. was a
vishtr here ye-sterday' having cop
for the purpose of attend la the ex-
ercses at the Mausoic Templ,.
C. Scarborough. connected with
the bottling work at Newberr.. was
In the city yeCerday. hasins been
railed her on business Hie states
that Newberr i Ilieit and thrt: I'
company is doing the largest businessi
nt it% hltouro

(G.tntn, il,-. Florida

l-aar Sir suppo,.v ieu ar, Kru'Aing
AU ACr- or tact t-1 ..thtkiaa. a Ih.a*r. ii
t i ge- % tit: -q,,A Thte 1ti ii,,. 1 AI .t'i
Island seed isU )It the Gvrwrat. ?- ,;
ooser a, of "*ebiUxt~ -m-ei '-tw itmU)Ud
est garde-n. r,. but %thi p rnGt a
se"d. of ct ourtv uo ilkiwca Ih
wouldn't If or ftr e.hagc104 1.4.d
abrn the" could gvt it for .tLt AitA
that'S boa IWPoplt dOe but t-%tr,.thazj
Careful people t buu the suallur
cLAe Lt ,)I racb. cou. t clat 1u vOt 'eit
a(t hch. and grom theivi a att -k m a
hot babu.. t 1le' ceiugt their IlWlatp
The'% vcgt It-. I' lA It-lnd I-'aln-
and I-t. i..
Ht- doi '%tu think thre lng( Island
crabbact-. 4vd-grom ra CCrOunt for that"
rh, II toll 'ou theb C.' Gma sevd tI
.iaurti' turnip la sbch looks like cab
thal Ni titollst
%b dadnt the taarnplpeed grow*
VI rGermans had killed It baked it
What did they bake it for"[t'*ad oev"

Tbrre' a sboler t vAmia fin Lkill"
mdb A diealr cat.it, ( all tl h rdead

-,rd he %auto that omrk like cvtakt.&
Sad fttibitnLbg .1. he canll l'i .in
' al a rctuil p.-.~ I .er..t1 .

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There lo No Lag In th Veting
All Parties Are Deeply


Every eetio of the county is now
alive to the voting and every mall
bring In a large number of votes
that have been procured from the
merchants and taken home by friend,
to be sent back to the city.
The rural districts arena at by anv
means slow lu catching on and a
iarge number of the contestants hive
already secured orders from large
frms who trade here for all of the
votes on their purchases and have
also Otten them Ittereted to schb
am extent that they will threw more
trade to the mercants who have
joined the combine.
By a careful perusal o allthe
merchants me at loed l the large ad-
'ertltntment you will ad Jast wbhre
to do your trading and at the same
Utne make the money mcunt for votes.
and don't fall to remember that a
most liberal way In which to secure
votes during your spare time at
home is to cauvass amoa the neihb-
bors for suberlptiUos. Job work or
advertising for The Sun. Mach and
every day since the great contest be
aun clubs have been mailed the pa-
pyr. whclh aseonts. n a manner. for
the way the country precincts are
beta heard trom.
Galneeville girls have interested
themselves almost from the start. as
will be s ee by reference to the large
vote now benga polled by all of the

VnPovw agI the count to date:
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Jessie Evans.............
Nell lCAsta............
rEtelle Beal...........
le-Ie Carver .........
Marguerite Ledbetter. ...
Helen Holder............
Kate lIsughtre .......
Alice Schafer .........
Nora Stall ... .
Gertrude Harrod......
!rr.- Ferinandez ....
M>ra Sauaring'in
Aura M. Iewit, .........
Pl:anche ThouirwM ..n
M aniit- Crna( h .
Srace Itullard ....

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Mildrd MIcArthu
laletwl William.-
Ella lailey .
Fannie Iturkhami
iletie Go .....
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14we. Asrieti wbw.xrryI
iAbtW I cMredit. campy I
Ilesale Y.A%"ll$. HLIathorn.
IlrAta rcIgrJCsit I'icebnoi.
Ella Joll% Oranse Height
C'ordtiala ('roan. Rocts

Pattar Zetroucr. RocheIlec
Agurpa Eet rout r Ro-he-lie
IUWrttv Sham, Fairbanks

flfatta. lwnglhsb Tacomia
t irvis Strickland Waldo

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OGeerul tmend
o the Wd-ldrwmd el er We tw d bh
always be for a simple, plemmt
e*AcIlt quid asInve mwO y ofd ba
vdue; a axative which physiea s aM
satLatis for family use because Its sm
poet part. ar known to them o be
wbole mn s ai tndly bwensell is d@t,
aceptable to the system amd elI, ye
prompt, in action.
In supplying that demand with its en
edtnt combination of Syrup of Fip ad
Elixir ofI fnn.x, the C.-.!fornia Fig Syrp
Co. pmre%14t alonz *tlicnal lines and rdes
on the mrits of tl laxative for its renmar
able succe.
That is one of many r ueaos w
Syrup of Fig% and Ilixir of tSnna is giVe
the pnr-frene by the WeUl-Informed.
To get it. tbeeficial effects always
the geman-m-aufaetured by the CI-
formi Fig Syrup Co., only, and flur l
by allrdiA druugist. Prielfty an
pw battle.

MUI Hattle Ludwig. Tioga.....
Miss Clem Pickett. Newberry..
Miss AmatI Beville, Arredoado.
Miss Let Gay. Boll...........
Miss At Grof. Newberry......
Miss Ada Pearce. .ewberry....
Mrs. I. Ware. High 8pris.....
Miss Katie Akin. Arredodo....
Miss Mabel Cato. Alacbha......
Miss Gertrude Guin. Hague...
Miss Mabel Burnett. IACro.s..
Miss Llule Smith. Newberry...
Miss EBe L Hunt. Newberry..
Miss Minno Stork. ALchuj ....
IMrs. R. Parker, ICroas ..

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rivo-4oo ettage to rest o block
adoalnag equa, formerly ocapted
by W. L lArand; city water. elec-
trte UBts, ewerlge. bath. and all
mAdern conveniences. Apply tq Mrs.
.E H. MeCreary or Sum offLe.

..WA NTS...

FOR SAIoE--lhroc pigs. U each. L
H. Willis. Eviuston. Fla.


Q'ICtK RESTORATIVE for lo-t man-
hood. Satisfa tiona uarantt-d or
nonre rt.fundedl 'c per l ottl-
SoM by W. M. Johsoa.

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to $3, rettirln it with 31
cent.- ill nstamlup andi you
will rcvive a



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