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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 2, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01654
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXVI. NO. 7:1


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&GAYNESVJILLE. FLO)RID~A, SlNI N1A1. MAY 2. 1'909.


TEN c'ENTS A WF'.K


DEATH WIDESPREAD IN



GREAT STORM'S WRATH


MARKET FOR SEA IS. SENATE VOTED TO iO
LANDS RULED FIRM


DEMAND FAIR AND PRiCES AD
VANCED SLIGHTLY.


FOR DISFRANCHISELMENT


Over Many States Are Being Augmented the lists.The Easteen Georgia Contis Rprt Bill Providing for Sammer Traning Schools Advanc-
Al. nA ...J TlMl Al trntlIeu I ia Dmear a Considerable Reduction n thi e Mi tn Trd IrMdiln.-TlTL eMo .


VI IU GaU = IgVI I U M Muu IIU0 W3 iI uy r tye.


I.-galn -hooting aI r I.:l -r lile rail. t*l'"-
Kralph and tcleihone lines connecting
Atlanta with Chattanoioga and Knox-
villk. and wire communication. a which
had been kept up with great diff iulty
during the afternoon, ceased entirely.
The %W-stern Union and Atlanta Rail
road offices here reported that south
of Chattanooga. near Emerson. (a..
-* veral big trees were blown across
th. railroad .right of way, tearing
dot n aires and holding up five trains.
I'*. ,i .lath totals were swe-lle-d last
niight I,% tihre-e lightning victims at
Momnro. (;a. iLate yesterday after-
lilnon a rlu.hini witidstorm, accompa-
iii,.-I i, llindiiiK lighulhing. broke oe r
%l,iir,. aiid otit.- of the- bolts struck
iL.. r. x, i. N.el :. :1 ; I;:. i t. tearing
hlown hI Iti.- iniii ,,.e Itlarr.tt hIlM wife
*;iln Ihis 17 yar-old daughter we-re-
killedl. atid a le -,anroldl -oil :ieand
Miaia er child w ,,r s
The Storm in the West.
('i'CAlO(;(. .%I'I related r. l-ort
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a ' is\" l t (~ 1"r tIh, Mihlhle \V, -t Tlhnr-
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tilie icill i-o of l ;t .lfa or\ lllliele
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e ,rnal' w -. ti.e likie olf Which h.e,- nllo
heen kni. i ,r i, :' r-. f wept through
l.,. S i:tli Thlri- al in t-t and Friday,
I,.-': i i LI their :i;k. Iinlndrieds of
.1'0a'l anit] I lliMlli-"' l i. ,,l :Ilnd thie
ldi.-'ainltiild wrek- It irn ., r'\ worth
Inaili% nillioei-
Tennessee wa?- all e-ilec ially hea.v
-llffr,.r ('ire.flll ( .htillt ,' ililli. ,l l.
that at I;ast fiftl ip.opl.- w. r- killlrl
' in that State. a;liis.. w iilih iionctar
Clos of ($1. l t.l.lMc At Franklin and
in Hillslemro th The latter town is said o, Ie- |Ii;
tlcallv di strom\ l. while. :it ('*.iit r\ illl
and a;djoiiinia 4ill. i',,- tih I1,-- i I--
Ip ,rte,-d hl.i; \ itlth iii li\ :1icl |I',i,
-,rty.
Near Pulaski. (ileis 4w!, i
Death list r-:clie twI .l\, w :ncl tninii
-ire injiire-l *
Many Small Towns Wrecked.
In tthe \ eillI \ of ('tIh.tl.LlIc ) I ll..h
I-o it w, %i- H, It at wi r-' Ti !.
jiliile dli! Ia i'l Cie 1 iii,'- 4- r
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Acreage-Market Quotations.


SAVANNAII. G;a..Ma). I.-TL. nLar
ket for Sea 1 Alad., hast ruled firm.
with a fair demand. and Iraice.s haI\
worked a little higKhr. At the ctiose
thel re still ali.*arz some, tilu saiiS;t%! le
inquiry and offlrings are light. es*,pe
clally of the higher grades.
The com|larattl. Injiltiti, of the-
amarket is consldered good. The to-
tal unsold stock here its thought not
to exceed : .HtO bales, and It in not
hellcted that more than about :3.*nm
hales remain in the countr.. ro that
the entire present availabthl- i uplPl
for the remainder of the season mtay
bIn put at about 6.C ,iRt hbales more unsold-at C(harleston
Last Mason the sale's aft.r April 3.'
amounted to about i.oHt uhatle-. and
about ::,;5',) balesi .re left ini the-
country. The suiily this .sear is
consequently hardly one-half as large
- last year. despite the incre;isetd

.Ar-il nts front the nerw crop are ir
i. gul.r The Fastern G;eo-rgia (coun
1i -s 1. -1 ;i i coniliderable r-duct'ioi
:ii thl.- a,' re-:ie and the outlook Is not
\'. i\ I Iiii-iin~ Ih the southern coun
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TALII.AHASS.El May 1.-After lis-
toening ftr o\er an hour to one of the
lmost el.iue'nt addrevt-es eter deliver-
ed on the floor of the Florida Sen-
ate. that body yesterday adopted the'
Ikeard disfranchlsement measure by
a vote of 20 to li.
Senator Ikard handled his subject
in an able manner that held the clos-
est attention of his listeners. lie at-
tacked the validity of the Fifteenth
Amendment in the strongest terms.
None others spoke except to explain
their tes.
The onl ot.aer discussion was upon
the Masrcy bill peroldding for summer
training schoolkt for teacher" at the
State I'niversit at t(aleslville., the
College for Women at Tallahassee
aid the L'ate Negro Normal. Len-
ator ltiyton wanted the bill amended
to Include a normal at Iade City fto
the country teachers of South Flor
Ida. and plut iip a strong fight for his
amendment. but finally lost after a


uitilnter chmools. the House yesterday
passed a bill requiring teachers' sa
mer training schools sad maklag a
appropriation for the malntenauee
thereof. An effort was alo iade to
indefinitely poetpoae action oml t
bill Wednesday. but motion to sech
effect was lost by th close vote of 0
to IN. The bill then wet to third
reading, and was take aup In regllr
order on the calendar yetwr The
bill provides for an appropriatlm of
$4.4N Iper year for two years for the
maintenance of these summer mhool
of instruction. Strong argum t was
made In favor of the passage o the
bill. Mr. Carn of Marlo. the kitr
ducer. held that the provitloms of t
nmeasure tended to eneurage th
Mshool teachers to greater hopes af
achievement. thereby plaeta the
school sytstem of the State Upoa
higher standard of efflcleny.
The merits of a bill providla that
all litigation n n which the kate may


long d-ebate .Iw interested shall be under the su
The vote on th.-' leard disfranchise pewrr~slon and charge of the Attrney-
ment nlmasure wa as follows: General. creating the oice of Asitt.
Ayes lludton. Adkin-. Ltaker of ant Attorney4-Gneral. and fiing the
Twenttieth Itaker of Twenty-ninth. salaries of the Attoraey-Geeral and
Heard. ltrimnew. Cook. Cone. Davis. such.assistant, were made a target a
Ila'ton,. Floiirnoy. (;'r;rdeau. Lerge'tt. an interesting argument, which was
M:ai-:v. W'iller. Sana, Sloan. West. abruptly ended by the arrival of the
Williami. VWithers-2-i. hotiur of adjournmeat. The Heas
Nays-llucknian. Crill. Cottrell. seenied very evenly divided on the
IHend. rson. lihoford. Iiimuphrels. John- measure Some took the view that
M. Crreary. MLe-oMl,. cMtaullen ,the' State' Interests. where Involved
in lit igation, should be protected by
**u copies of Mr HeIard' tse'l.l couile*l as at present. Others
*, orlsh-i ld irinle-d hlIeld thal all legal business sbould be
c Second aonceintrated to some central point.
E, .C rn Second Reading.
Sthe office ,of Attorney-General acting
**.' I' -.i. n.iialm. Argument on the merits
SiafiiiK hNI- f th,- ni.-allre. will be resumed at
ti t -. e-iii of the Hutise
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Judge Carlisle Returns.
.Ii:-, .I Carllsle. who has been
ilit'lit filomii the citi for the past few
*-* k-. re-iiricnd 'riday. During his
,* iion lih-e ilted hlot Springs. Ark.
.1 r ireiiie. lieIt imilnts and is
S I, i, o\ cr his visit to the
Si.- I. :'ters of tlhi resort
S t.. :'I, ,1H i.ril'rovei d his physical
i <, h.: al;out Lbenu reliev-
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This Bank Opened for Bsiness July 22, 1907, and Has Earned More

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Our Individual Deposits Have Increased $106,000.00


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J. L. Meda, T. W. Shands. H. ePass, G. Henry Davs. Wm. R. Steckert, R. D. Crawford.
John F. Jacksn, Charles A. Fairclott'
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iN'ic l lat it lt.i:i I heat are- it) ta'-ke- Ipart i t 1tv s.ImIC
I imi ftr that 1l.1 re will ha'. a Chara-''' ii' i2 no l crmiiftlnit id nt at l'l .hanald
Ite th l. ro-fro.-mif-'nt stands. ofIt he R ritr. ('or. ai andso-.' hihim
The' I' al.atLka so e he is ill nowt ith I ir )ourtrlwf atnd if li.' ein' t ninki' % c U
th.I -$'111~*eit f.- H4114 4... Mt.'il,' andIte it laugh. It caua't bhe deellie' [fix flairk
%% Ill j11 -il 1 1 ',- I -t crot (I face monologue alone x ill Im worth
e''.o~r 11itIte'-ei j(ii :1 c-- the' price uf adnmiissia.
'1411 ill this E qtifi'itl Theb hill will open with Vile. I loUmi-
Sl~e.CitciallY Ito% rat. s k \ I,4lIie it and Poaccxk lt new acro batic
curedito' .%. thlie'(' itt ttt.. itIi .eir*f-st unts.'- This will be followed by
.irraimoamne'ni $ e an d li# -% ill"It:e-Mr Alie'n's monologue. No. on the'
llril v 'CeuIoiCr hit lit 1.1 loill % illbe Prof. Woltz in an t-c-
--itric tmuasical act. lie will play 14%
The Wilson Store. ir o-ihlet dliftfdrunt kinds of lnstru-
l\ V lm-ii lia a Lirgi a rra\ .4,; tit. itt This ;v t will Itb followed I))
trai-tiX 4- argasi- (M eI ii, m.i.t I t ( ig dam chte4. th.-ti the' a nouticnlit tlit
:skirtre. s-1t h uat- -t iuirt% i--t ait it f Itit#, lorize' i tate.'r int the t i cko-i-e'ill
I.ig.l o'rio. tlrv-s- t 4it m ek.-. i IlIt'.it Tltitth4' ee -act .olh-av
te'ro-stinig I iktioti- %ill lia~s a -Ili.4 1-0'' ita i d '11 *.,-- t- lialfbtck."
i !~I aertit'Io'- thbat h i. ~''~ je'tee it'illf-v;ahlo% supjjiert-AIt % hi e'-sr- (art
inti 00, Ail i ft tC'rt'st C:ill ':greftti! ;111 It l titwiet. A A l-iti. I.it rctut', Littks-.e
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SHOWING what can be done with their tMW Dift
Lar and WesS's C Mkl i in the making of cakes, cooe
pastries, etc., and all kinds of frying and making of mayonaise
salad dressing, which means the saving of butter, lard and olive
oil. Our products are purely vegetable, odorless and tasteless
and healthful, United States inspected and passed under the
Act of Congress June 30, 1905.
Our famous experts, the Missms DIeLettre, will conduct the demonstration and
will serve free cakes and cookies of every description, and aill explain the use-
what our product will do. Also giving Free Cook Book.
We have won gold medals anl diplomas froll the Jamestown Exposition and
Florila State Fair at Tampa. Also from the leading fairs held all over the United
States for the purity and excellence of our goods. Indigestion and dyspepsia are
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THE DAILY 8UN: OAINE8VILL. FLO)BIDA, MAY 2. Im99


THEM CLAfRt-iaRYAN MAUT'Fo. FI... A, .*#AF.0O.

S T *.,,n of *'* 1,1 *, ', .,. .i A :. y Let H. ve Ly ,y Th, Cd'-y
-- ; in l- i : i t .* I C r y c Schcot.
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---- .. I;| l, I ; .1 l. I (l '.i 0l, at ei '1' I.01 0 ; r o' eoiilol
O i Oe la Ilaymans Il. k ,I, 1n th. I..-, t ., l, I Ioi i,1
O W* .MalaUeelt. l tl.nSnaflnwa I l! r th, 9 l ,TaTew p eul.iltv ry ri l'. I-e f it a I : i l( l'oti l' itio, 'n v tr" .I O I' ,, ,** Ii'*
Me B,4eUY.bh rrrlerfai theclt yWte T1:,' T' n .tEi Tri'.,i,'ine of Aiitll "*tlh itt iti i \i i, .I ot, i ,! r, ,1I .
t ia n lrep t tble titrdu tatrCgl p htert ... -1 ta's .3 Th. | Io" i- j '1 ;'* o*I io .it
u, 9's. >f p r;r: s. e moetthS. tO.""eu .."In ,a lingt the ro tliution in ref.,r thei ci n.l ouir lii' ir T i II owi
eas:eWor p Vn owrowae week k -&4utly ito
e #.' Ionce to IFraaik (lark and Witllitn .1 Mr.4 .I.s- ti:tranim ., i-I 1 V.l t.
== mt 1 1 I t C u t l i Isr-i. the Floridta ,,- pits it ,l att ,ndill lh.,- i;ra l lot\ rI.\,tl \,I\
UO.U8~ m 015 for eachlom aoch teiitta l ia h luItlo tlt ; It l ti y .*'** Id. lMar% of the, irot? ihoh ,l fo I4n ii
wes^a so rrill d ast riditi t 'e *. ? .: iin .I 1,si11 ill" oi (lh ...tli
limb "o F topt4er ^ MId mus ekd l or ha ul r, UI;!! ..,'11 :,t(( }',.,' or1, il:t A iillt thi'o 1 .i::'ItlM R \I:- L le'.I
1 .* record of a brilliant '11ortili.tt. i ;andt the, aldI'r s w~ .- The Toil-WeA-k ilseaa eigtt page forty Wmetnitr of ('onlre: ?. with a hot olln I l'll'nids of liiltitl0tit h.t11
I pler0 IMtIIlh ee6ry Mrluday and duct. as a t (onKgr.-lsins It li, 1.1,4Iat i .MIs I KIn (1h" \. l a'IEl r tl' tirou.til
"*bifty at aItei all t11he w ,of the i, l.;:~.r ta, do Waldo T% i-,d: to, Ithr hoii, it
A.slta -- sgee rt. an t It h exr' -b. Virt 'l'v. a v av!t I :;li'>-; la.
ala mV iWs. On1 12ilof Ih wr united
"N O=sstifstedw1sIMya ear--aadtrtc,. of tonflideme in theo Il)ln-ract of i.o-\ 'Ilnry t'i till-t th. t' r.-iilar
thil Representative. and for the ii sole .alioirthnt n t the i:- oor ,i tht,
LX ed-gwwn bits bees.me due aftr firmt
ppeaeas4of ewveru tnt.mtme. oetherwIe and onl. reason that he expre,-sedd itn .Mthe;i- t h'iarh ton Sul .o.\ a.lk
iMndatellmeml n ttt at ctknototo m public the \il.a.s of thou. andu.( of Ipreach. 1W hbe seqd par te s drtitias is ad- Democrats in this State and through T I. Z. I'.'-- r, :.-"*r i( i, lj, -hirt
mm AMIm. TrI DAILYV 'N. out the United States in opposition Ahe.r 1. it :. '- t-*.. I v 11 in
14=. ,F. to the continuation of a leadership a re' ival men-tin..
With push ica at-which has proved disastrous to the Dr. Andrew Jolly has been quite
ab atwoparty. ill but has about recovered.
tal a p atlo of 10.000 In two ..And while insulling Mr. Clark. it Mrs. A. G. Masters has returned
rhas by no means complimented Mr. from an extended visit to relatives
A Ti ss ty 4.) h Bryan; for the vote on its own reo. in Jacksonville.
Ted Mlmspire of murder with 1t certainly bshows that at least Hoyt Simms has returned from
mmvet tor of Ter T ith t22 members of the House refused to the Atlanta Barber College. which is
' -- about by to emrey. Tie tr endorse Mr. Bryat and were willing conducted by Geo. 0. Branning.
e about by the mre killg to g0 on record as refusing. Will Tillis visited home folks sev-
"Mr. Bryan will hardly consider it eral days last week and returned to
iw a r ever tt irtB of a compliment when he sees that. on Plant City. where he is engaged in
4 0 09Qto Q WIl albm. TIo a resolUtion endorsing his 'democracy' business.
poUW m v cml o or the oc ao n adb halling him as 'the matchless and Conductor Horace Ross Is having
Lk is athe falea t t abert is now the peerless leader.' a majority of continued fever, but is improving.
a he to the throme of the Nether- only seven votes could be mustered Miss Morris of Jacksonville has been
1 Into the body which sought to pay him attending him as trained nurse.
tribute. Frne:.t Weeks has returned from
S"Indeed. If Mr lryan manifests his New York. called to the hbe-d-ie of
1t MYg of 11 popularity la Brad.a usual self respect. he will decline' an his mother. who is very ill
fodi- t wit h ai oplnota ditinable Invitation to address a body which A very lengthy program n i publish
to d lamtied ty s on the ocbl of thus closely divides on the question ed in The Waldo News giving the-
tlt vthe a to etarke Monday-c arke ofo his Democracy. lFurthermore. Mr exeier.-ise.* of the High School for Sun-
hisgr ty. I'r)an ts very apt to le-arni that no day and three succeeding days iln
'a. has been used, in the whole |pror.eo-u closing the year. Re.v. 8 It. Rogtere
Tornadoes have played havoc with lug. at a club to strike' a lielouslvy f (;aine-O\ lli will preach the sermon
lfe ad pIoperty in various ections Jealous blow at Mr. (lark; In which C(aipt 1; I.rh will doli\'tr nn -d.
of the country duri the past few event he %ill certainly decline. and dress and <,otinty Sitl-.riitt-ndi-it
days. One of Florlda's foremost ad- with(tut thanks. K,.lle si" ,*v.!i'*'r the dii-lonias.
vantages is Its almost total inmunlt. "-So. the upshot of the whole afftir The Metholist and Iltapti.St ntinda'
fro disturbances of this character. is that th e House has ins'.ulto-d Clark. schools had ;l n ,.njo.atbl. icnio Sat
affronted I.ryan and made. it.s-lf rill j urday at Karlte'on. roacthing the'
Will The Tampa Tribune "aqulb- ulous-all to no purpose save iit. ow.n r.r. tld -l r ;,. ; *:.'
ster" please dissect and explain the **hunliatlon. -- --
followlng from The Punta (Oorda The Jacksonillhe Mr'oi-llt takl.- A Happy Father
Herald?: According to the Stalt the l fohloIlin.g .I of Itho. I*latr 1. ,tSo tlurn-.'I t ; :t .0 .i 'I t,.
census of 1905. there are only se-v.n "A nAs a lli ttl( ofit frittvrin t ,i too w at to, fit r r 't o.,. 0it0'
Jrtehmen In DekSoto count., and one ,l."atl I, Ite I' t o ',rd: I .,.i-i r i \ ;. i ir
of them is a wonian t 1t.. i, It itt itll l t k 1o' 'oll, '. '. -,.oth, 7.

It has leaked 1tout at the W ar th.. O0 adoplling :t r-o. ld .,to ** oi-' i- ,. '* 0 | ..... ; -
partment that the order to call .it ..r,.-.-..il;a ('lark for I,- ;, it ,, ;, r:o
halt on the salu of d 'i" r, :a roi to \Vto ill o I Itt. .1.. L, ,0 ,,, ', ,
rifles as i.-u'ed l t at the- Il. ll,,I ?*tI I ,*' 1- o1f 1. It.' t ; ..- : l.a'
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of armil fo4 xo or iiioto- ,r ina 4
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nia t 4- 1 ihat I ih'to w.%%ill 1w *4ik t *- IH #
v'iilI jot vvivo'I m liktern I o'lit. it., %I oIt#,rit '
during IMe.-alermiulhiii (I *4 .41 "'0*'-AI
l'l.ofml e-lio'ottano-st a tie6all k- 1III: 1. A
A C011104114. 4 111titof 4.1411.11g. 4ot -14 .al et
for thIe no xt itoctL m- r lit .s um 44t el
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Of all eV111o.eol IrnAon 11l 41Itlolr, o tat
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(;laitnsill- would be tight as a tick
enIai,.r(rall% btola. caus.ed linuth
c.llimenlln pIro iand 0voi.. ,t itm w. .1.
ed laAt night that the drug .rtorir.
would tm- it-rilltted to isuppl) drug.
to those in need, and that anlthinig
comling under the head of absolute-
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a* it i, thIoII hit tI O '. nii 'il aill tak,.
* ,M11w Ht4'lw to 4 i ,til y Itne -It atiallii to
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Specificatir a CWraut3 Prlpar ow Cb pty
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MAY 2. y1909


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The Daylight Department Store


WE CLOSE AT 6 t. M.


MAIL ORDERS FILLK3 DAY RECEIVED


MONDAY


AND


TUESDAY


BULLETIN


As it is our custom to make Monday and Tuesday Special Days by offering Buying Inducements that can but


appeal to the careful and economic buyer, we place before

offerings will be received with a wave of enthusiasm


you these with the assurance that such

m and as the quantity of many


of these


specials


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WHITE GOODS 1800 1
I Iu. Iuhndrtd ii.c-vs aIssorted fill' \\Wlite (loofds. Tlheset gaol.ds Fally .awns and l atistl in
co sii-t f I itioitife-. -'.Idr -. I:t*i.'- Stripe's. iNai .ii )ks. I itist'v, etc., in
to) lo14ts, which' w.e ,tT,-r while they last, s to 12 1-2e values, .-* the patt.erns-thoroughly washable and
yard: l .', 2n ad I 2-.' -nlit va!nii-. 1' *eints thi yard. values, .,Monday and Tueslday at 5 ce

Iaces Habutai Silks L
3.00 Y'ARCS VALENCIENNES AND GERMAN VAL. I i,,,i,,I \V.ah Silk ih .,1,t .lt n: kii. IrI i .Il'rd:t: %. r.
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LACES A-D IN E:.!'TINGS- \ i; *! -I 1: 1 i l r. r. l .-
Monday and Tuesday at 22. 39, 43. 19 and 63c the Yard. 'l""''"l' 1' Iltilr,
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Mc rd'y l.d TuE,. y at 39c and 49 the Dozen. MM onday and TuSs
ailS and 1Sclians
E:m' r ,ideries ,
Y-. VARDS EM BP r Ei S .' I '. 1 .. 1 I ** r
% nda.y a, d TLesday at Oc. t c. 89c and $1.39 the Yard. I ,
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v s the Ya Silk Gloves r Mondjy and Tue"

"Donetal". Linen 1, '.. n, ,,.. ., .. .
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Monday and Tuesday 98c the Pair.
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uI.),u d ly td T.ed 8y c"J 10c the Yard. ,i \ h,* .,l
Silk Hosiery ,
S tripod Linen i 1 I .. Ik Monday and Tues
I : I. .; I I*f i r h 1 L. l
M 1 od 'Monday and Tuesday at $1.00 the Pair
Monday and Tuesday 25c the Yard. .. .. ,1 1
Ii . Crown Linene Wash Belts '.. ... ,
.. 39c, 49c, 69c and

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Monday, .d Tr J., the Va'd y ,, I ., J Tur. d..y 2.( a* d ,0,

SSilk Millinery

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Again we urge you to shop) eirly in the cool ol the mornings and e(6,ecially
chances of some special lot you may want having been sold. IHE HY
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EARLYY


rARD


a great variety of colorings and
I dependable-10 and 15 cent
bnts the yard.

,ongerie Dresses
e<-vl i-dl I w.c t.i-one of the. lmo: t elaborate
S I ..' **' -l:i ,II tl(hil rPe on. A the*
*1 %k m, pld ir r < t* a .ill .iarl.\ toii n .-tr
S. S i day at $10.9 to $19.50.

Wash Skirts
t* I a-irn w nhit,' in' l i .ight t111 li .
'.1 I II I I I'. .1 lt futill ; iand
.r h l, !ul lf" I .* | ,, t $ 1 T | til o't1
iday at $1.25 Eaa.h

Ginghams
iII I; l il. lll 11 I| 1 ,1 4 .)$ A .| 1 |l l Itl l*
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Via lly rat -.,*# 1\ \ a.I l. iso, t< e ri,,
day at 5c and 7c the Yard.


Table

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Linens
SI thI l .a I I
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Item Worth Doubl


white Dress Linens
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Sa, d Tr > t at n .i,, por


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SATUAT NUNTI! F-A a.


VOTE WAS EAV


LITTaSR POURING IN CONTAIN.
INGO RENWAL.,

Merchants is CIn tee Are Als Receiv-
ing a Nie Tradei, All
Cand4ates Are Worktna.

The Co-Operati C('ontt t 1I th,
msat Intern't In e for some time and alrIedy the many
merchants and ,ui'neps. houstis cowi-
melted with it are reaplng hr'nefltoi
MaIe and every one of them*n have
heard fr It in a subetlatlal manl-
er sad the work has not yet full)
bhes. as I some asetlons the pee
pi reetve oaly The Twice a-Wt ek
ra a od oaly get to read of It at
those tme-. Quite a number of thel
orkera,. hve subscribed for The
Dally 9n sad besides tlis are. nJ-
Ig 1a clubs of dailies from their
dittrilts, whach a owb that tle) are
workla Ls two wayb-the get
the voetea O the s abscripton and
hea -ot the cosps ina all the dallis ,
that o their way.
Th rMi of the emat to 4 o'clock
p. m. Saturday Is as toows:

Miss JesI Laras ........... .O.M
MIa N Da nt( ............ 1t.45
MIl eMtolo eal .............31.170
a Maruertte Ledbetter .... ,0
Miss rsal Carver ........:..25.86
MIs Gertr de Harrod.......... ..1.20
M Heles Holder ...........10.91.,


Ube
MNo

Mim

Mias
Miaa

Miaa
Mtoa
Ulm
Mita

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Kate Dealktrey........
Nora talls.............
AIJe Schaer ............
Myra Sweari s...........
Lam Coelo .. ......
Mary Peraades.....
Bl-ache Tompma ....
A M. Levis ......
Male Croch..........
N. W. Taylor.............


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1.348


DO IT NOW

QalOwille People should Not Wait
Until It Is Too Late.
The appalling death-rate from kid-
nay disease is due Ina mot cabs to


the fact that the little kidney
eMs are usually negkcted uutil


trouy
thby


become serious. The sllht sympl
toms give place to chronic disorders
ad the sufferer geus gradually Into
the grasp of diabetes. dropy. Right' a
Disease. ravel or somet othtr serious
form of kiduy" compalnt
if you suffer from bacrkachcl. bead j
aches, dizzy slPl I.. if ihe kidney e I
creTtioi.4 arv ir: i..l lr Ia a .a.<1
unnatural i .l'iJ X e.Oaf': i do I ii t1
lay HeIlp i l:. kidnli :t e i..i


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that friln ip "r-tai.'l i. r io:< 6 o 1iiiil


THE IAII.Y Stl: GAINESII 1I LLORIDA M %Y 2.11 409


This
b th trade-
mrk whNich
On every gen-
ue bottle of


Scott's Emulsion
sold In nearly all the
countries of the world.
Nothing equals t to build
up the weak and wasted
bodies o young and old.

of lll I1 ab It a vow
fend wI "N a d"'mSu umMb ish
urme*edr bw b ,- p
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sIOmYT A UOWR me IAL. .. T.
To T YuOhrob nr


Miss
MIas

Mils
Misl
Miss
Miss


MIssa
Mine
Miss


Miss
Miss
Mrs.


MlaN
Miss
Mis.
Mrs.
Miss


Grace Iullard..
.-atel William .
Fannie Whiting.
Grace Gloper ...
Mildred McArthu
Joanna Morri..
Ella Paey .....
Willle RJA.brtson
kettle Gos ....
Pannie Hurkhtm
Maude McKay..
Dolly Viering...
Willie Cheanut..
B. P. Hampton...
Sutse Manself ..
Alma Fennell....
Belle Moseley .
Ella Taylor ...
W. W. Hampton.
C. A. Colclough.
Kitty lilchardson


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Mias I.. McCredle. Mlicanil,-y....
Miss M. MeCredle, MIcanop....:
Miss Pauline Carlton. Mica-
no py ...................... I
Mlo Ielshic Walts. llawthorn .
Miss Pattie Zetrouer. Ro htelle
Mius Agnes. Z.trouer. Rochelle.
Mlss Ella Jolly. Orange leiKhlit.
Miss Ilertie Sham. I'uiitrbak
Miss Cordeli Crown. Ko<:;y
Point .........
M.iia Lula l'err... Rochelnl..
Slih. Marcia Strih kluid. \Wallo
Itis Nellie Rev'e's. Ml Mi .I '1w l G(;Icrlb Ila i thorn
':- i ;:tit- EKiglish. Tacomia.
is ttln .l-etins.. Ito* !.t II.
l- Ikir;lami. ( l hitl Mi .tl .a n,
L". .*l.V ril" It bol.h t. Mli,<.ni ...
Mi' s Arnie l.wiu II a. thom
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.ff#ecutt. Iin all v r'4 1nu,- #,lr( t .'
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F'lve-rnti cottage to rutnlt on 11pi I
adjoining asquare'. formirly at,. -i 1
b:' W. L. LeGrande; city A at- r. i I.
tric lights. ..u.*erage. bath. and hI
ww'nHleru tolnvvnlWinces. Apply to Mv-
It. If. MlC'reary or Sun office.

Plicits' CAPUDINK Cures Sick Heac
ache
rto Nervous Headache. Tra\ el#-r!
Headache anid acbea from Grip. Stone,
ach Troubles or Female triubltr
rry 'apudinaa! -lit' sliqJd-tects iw
me4ila;-.1v. Sold by drugJ~glsts




..WANTS..


POUND.


rOI'N I)---4eolelNim~~~icti'sh~arcin (),%ii
er a a tcnaaes 1, .a tg fiir tii
wiotive maol jrto% ilug ureie ri s I
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FEMALE HELP WANTED.


WA.!NTElD' r, u.' r.lf. iIrl v. t.
lai t o I e.) h:.i-e cud care tfor 1wop


W IANTEii I oM i i. too
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Ili~' a1~ -a! r at '! Iii I Ie-Ii'= a ~. 'i- -
hmst tuhst-d lIhuet,-. Kicice l%.'P: I -a1,:.1 AitA %I

*U~zfferinge fruct a ak.Aci h- ti. te
fit l c-. ll-. @ irafti'p-llit'.- sir .ail% elf' ii \ al.
the tot licrI.%s', iejtsetI-(p. ri mg i ~I,. 1.11a1- 1
ordc-d ered kidt. ill ieake liim, l
I1: It.
(Ake In githing I'eau Kidticl- Pll, .4. ee -., Pe
t rial. -ria.wv.v alm A e I E l 4 jt11icili 4'l 9'.%aU

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V4igor Pao.Isa~t.' Mi1 tint K liaafali
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CURES OLD 501ES


We want to show you in this short, but honest and reasonable talk,
how and why S. S. S. cures Old Sores. We do not claim that S. S. S.
Works wonders, but we do know it will cure sores and ulcers, and its
record of forty years past abundantly juslstii.: tl'is conhldne.
Any old sure shxlus an unhcJlthy and impure condition of the
blood. It is a d.eased condition of th: flesh at that particular spot,
caused and kept intlamed and irritated by a continual discharge into
it of unhealthy matter from the circulation. In various w.as the blood


becomes contaminated and
polluted. A long spell of fev-
er, or other si:kncs, breeds
disease gcrms in the system;
the failure of nature's elimi-
native members to remove the
waste and refuse matters of
the body, the excessive use of
minerals in certain diseases,
infected wounds, bites and
stings of insects, etc., all con-
taminate the blood with mor-
bid matter and germs which
sooner or later manifest their
presence by a sore or ulckr
which refuses to heal under
the ordinary treatment of lo-
cal applications.
External treatment can nev-
er cure a chronic sore or ulcer,
because it does not reach the
blood. The pace will remain
open as long as it is used as a
drainage for the impurity
which is in the blood, and in
addition to the worry and
anxiety caused by an old sore,
tlKre is always danger of its
becoming cancerous, if a cure
is not effected. Purify the
blood, and nourish the flesh
with a rich. healthy circulation,
own accord.
S. S. S. cures old sores by


BAD lOR FROM AN OLD WOUND.
I want to n.fmwi a. a. a. to s*y who a*r o
ied of a llou, purtilf. sad es pclly a a remedy
r orar obtumarte Ikerrs. I l al hae ay leg
badly cut ea teo shap edge cd a barrtl and havig
oma blue wuotS tsrtcA. the place WAu baly
W yearsrso am ows what I tried with the
tW-iC. I trtd. it Wemned to me trytelrt I ha
er card ot but I tot Bo rrelefd Ita UtI woMd
ea to go tbror life lfewith lam ury s. Mebar
aM w u yrLe. At l .t I beugatbemNA. 5.5.,
tn Itwas but a s6thUt tew uti I saw that tU
pbwcewas tevg. I esmmd, at mt It en-
move all toe pwoim btm my mlde ad a s a
aFpLead prnahut cuc ar d me.
S tav ., beloyu, T. 30. ELua.

A CAJCXROUS ULM.
I a A arl w ew m oa mlae amd a Mtta
I trtedl we'lJftCeet me. I* bean wt sbootief
pas a eom the Itch was terrible. At St It
dI..rjr 4 a wa.."' fluid wbih wS cbham d to
Me @6 t'cAr comPaitft ad th0e pam be(M-
very wer. It Was reaity aslawr N a doela aWd
tem bly iln& 4 i an al the surromsodg Poas. It
ba nt U o te m iag s grwla worse all to
ti. I became vey muc dh conragda aar d.
At lat I begathe m S.S.i At Sit
ucer nfred toget woru, but I sum ld that the
spI wasW being vm t from the ee s e I e-
t ed t take S. S. It was t -a betwe I
Ssed a rided anrovemet ad I ket up the us
Sthe medical until I was enrely cred of tis
cance-oss licer. Tis has beem some time ae at
there o ir Ag a return o the trouble.
Gary, Fla. 1MS. W. A. WIM .

Olom. D FrOM INauCT rz.
W.a- ttoma, N. C.
Frm the bat@ f -a imct I wa ploed adb had
a direadful oroe my a&kt and too k uereat
troatits with ms bearfsl. I was iLated to try
a. a. a.. ard aner a trw bottles it Clatei my
*rstm *n. ceManed my blood ad cure the sore.
My mother twoo it lot rbuteatae, with mace.
I chtertlly recemisa where a bled
punte Ir s needed.
I, lSoath FIr(t St. CeAS. pRanK.

and then the place will heal of its

removing the causes which produce


them. It goes down into the circulation, drives out all impurities and
poisons, and by nourishing the flesh wish rich, pure blood causes the
place to heal naturally and permanently. S. S. S. does not make a sur-
face cure, but, being tie greatest of all tlod pur;iers, it begins at the
bottom and by rebuilding broken down tissue, and supplying healthful,
healing qualities to) the circulati1n, causes the place to fill in with firm,
healthy flesh, while it steadily but surely removes the cause and effects
a pcrllnari t cure. Tlc s,,re CWnnot remain when the blood is pure,
;nd S. S. S. will thorouglly purify the blood. Book on Sores and
Ll:._ r :p :! v r :.1 .: -, ie ti(.; to all who write.
S. S. S. is ir s.. ;Ac '. 1 r.. At- r&>.
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in c\~ vthmg but the price.

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THE I'AI1SY fSUN. GAIN ESV11 F. PF aORID 1, MAYV 2. 19119


N'CtH~ERS' MEEt'.

-erd at Hccmi of Mrs. Al
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RePduced Rates Oiven.
%i Lioinc aAuar-z tof St~ark..ceow
I _jI s.iqlhiK -o r.'t ur (ifc 1 th'$. Stal.
ii m'i. I I C hn I ,, I. n titifled 1''
rICa'lwn' .fli.ial- thaita i-cl fileut
%%;Il 1we' gi.-iito all (l1l-.&:;it,%*To) the

Iii St A i iiM.c Ir-il i. 1 1*- (Cf
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A Allt V, I-4 UJ Le UstlfttUl a I B
Vc'teciu:, e Compound
A Living Skeleton
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;tuae '4411 AI I- V P.- .lltWigt
W a r.'ta riable' toe 0%- ''all t ''.
naMes oof Iian cs olcos ii-it hi i~i tlIlo4
at our dkimwstal
D during the'- e'rvhia of o. 1i fiousit et
cre'..utanid anilla %:' c-. 1r- ('()1#-'.
entcertaine'd the conipra It %. niiisica:l
".'l,'tion of) one' of EI-kew'. pflnot-
prarpj hs ahic-h hsh kinelld fiarnkihoa

Everyone pronounced the mnettinx
a I.UC(*etMw iii t *-cry re- b at. atdl ui4h
Ing tiari thaink- tet t!''- l'c'4t.*-i I..,ci.



Chaamberlain's Liniment.

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s "g i I4 111 all illy % i ,,
.i t I" .'l itkv 'rk
Sr- 1 1 t lii il k
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lr ataiT. ll. imsl I
Itt'ver t.ri.-t to tell
t. 4 Iti ..: u .hl; t it I'a.,s dllnat f r me."
M-lr'. E 11 \\,-x. :4 t .Last Inulg L.
Anotl*ji r Womean llped.
(;r.atiti wlrii. 't. I wa ita nsi i
thlri-lit|i.r 'hant ofi.if tanldsi lfferd
frirn iierv>iitii..4s o*ril ndioth r arts o ing
-yinlptoim4. lydia L. luklhan'l er-
t.Iliv ( (,nlIll:iid n'sbtr ld my bI -altthald
str~carth. and proved worth imotllsitljin
Of ,il,, to mie. or Vt!." ake of other
s.itffriitr women I am willing you
slihouhl publish my letter." s.
'11t .rtI. ItAacLtAY, R.F.DI., Granite-
vil1 l. VL
W ,omen who are passing through this
critical plerild or who are suffering
trom any of those distreAsiing ills pe-
,'liar to their sex should not lows sight
Of the fact tIhat for thirty years I.ydia
. I'inLkham Vrgetable Compound.
which is made from roots aul herli.
lh;ias .*' I the standard rem,4dy for
n.41th ill. In almost every commu-
t.ity yni will ftind wtnti whlio have
It-en rentored to, health ,y I.ydia E
Pl"inkliam's V','r,-talllle C'omllmind.

DR. KELLEY RETURNS.

says Soire Good Work Is Being Done
fcr Cu*e of Education.
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:,a, l **,* aM r1 li I'' 1 ,rtain iIhat
.t h.- not lh KI lK it \\'hit. 1 %C'r. an
V'rTllifito, i \ e 1-* I- all %v riil .toiln
ia .1 toli"e ,r : e' *t,:l PIl'ic 2.
rcnt ~. Sld 1. %' V .M .ItJl. ion.

Evengeltst Mother Brown at Ball Park.
T n Hi;a it :. | I il all the cit!
chur'hsrhc. coloreds. under the dirt-c-
tion of Ikctor Walker. will ass nbleh
at the basebIall park to hold a united
religious nmle'ting. Mother Ilrown will
preach. Whlte and colored are invlt-
e'd to comie out
The meeting on the street yesterday
was a success.

Boys Will Bs Boys
And arc always getting scratches.
cuIits. prains, bruiles. bumps. burns
or scalds. Don't neglect such things
they may result seriously if you
fdo Apply liallard's Snow Liniment
according to directions right awa
and it will re'lice the. pain and heal
the' trouble'. Price '.. .,6oc aid I.on
Sold ly W. Iohnson.

One who lives to a furnlshed room
can be pretty "Independent"-for the
'Is. keep the best tW be had within
ais reach.

A Card.
Tlhi; i-. t cn,'rtif that all lrugI ai(t-
I.'i ; til t lt/'i l T> rf.ri i:.! % tll'r lltri'lr\
if Fl, Ii i ", l;'l T:ir fail- tI
ll o i,;:r ',i. 'i or ( ldit I I l it-. t !;.

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Put This Stove In

Your Kitchen
It is wonderfully
convenient to do
kitchen work c a
sto.e that's ready
at the iti r t mn a.ti, ,
and out of the uaa tle :
momnrnt l you're done.
Such a -.to\e is the Ntw
Pt:rfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stove.
By uinl it you avoid the
continuous ovcrpowcring
heat of a cal fire and cook
with comfort, even in dog-
days 'he


NEW PEtCII

Wick Blea HM UC CWk-Sbv
is ao nmmttTucted that it does ot add perceptibly tothe hit of a nam
t differs from all other oil stoe in its sustamial CABINET TOP,
with shelf for warminplasesamdkeepan cood laJ
hot. aad drop shelves for holdag small cooakiN
utemil. Has eve~ y convenecevem to bmaer
towela.Three iWn s Witithor uitht Cabimt To
I f a with your dealer, write our mearat gemy.

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UNION ACADEMY CLOSED.

The Exercises a Brilliant Affair-Kx-
celled All Former Occasions.


S Cont ributed. I
The closing (cxcrcilmws of the above
nan;rld school took place for four
nights at Johnson's IHatl with the
\;riotu grades of the school. Stand-
iig roomi was at a premium.
TheI comllnincemnent exercilst on
\e\'dleday c l n 'Milng. at Mt. P'lcaiasai
M. K church. ,ere, indc.d interestllig
.Intd of a high order Ne0arly four
htliislredl I|-rioni1 were lprceswni
I'w'.clie stcIlliit ll d li\erid thi.!r ora
t'0itl- aial ran .c i e\d l their diplomas
T hI ; n *!r,.-. t, l;. 'I;-, A I ll.til*'

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Flora Patrick. Magge Beae,
Alestha Weathers. Ella relter.
The school has to pay all of It
running and lucdental expenses. It
has purchased a beautiful $300 plano
and has paid 1147 of ttis amoat.

If you want to feel well, look well
and be well, take roley's Kidey
Remedy. It tones up the kidneys aad
bladder. Iurtllea the blood sad re-
stores health and atremth. Pleasaat
tr take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today? J.
W. McCollum & Co.

A little want ad. wllU acompllsh
big results


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It id cheaper to buy PereII
windows anti doors than it
is to pay doctors' bill.&
Flies anti lloiaquitoeto
bringfever gerni, in your
bomb, so keep thenm (ut
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J. W. Melboall arritpcl In the city
resteidY to spe-nd Sunda) 0101 ti.-
fati ilt
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tefo l, !l~bleturdsly.
Focr smAll 111-VO-0 1, fa 37
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are headquart.'t I C nelth
Jo~hn Iolul). the, t ruckor mid .
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ituors toeGai he. wIl.r
sisuivions- here a, afT'~


Notwk< Da) total ,.14*adl: l. t. t i.
for theb' umim* r M. I 1'th I....
reasonable. Addrr-- \Mr- 1. -t.
Htnks. llatotnl IeacIh. Fl.i
HtIle Ribbon Vanilla ,- th. *-x'r:.ti
to ue lan fla'ortngl iee ranin It'-
paur. absolutely. goes twlce as far
and has the "Real Fruit Favor.
W. T. Cbhsnat of Arreldodo was it
the city yesterday. having come fo'
the purpose of attending the fun-ra
of Mrs. John bhesut. a sister-in law
C. W. Blkes. an extenslve property?
owner of Cadillar. was among the
vialtors to the city yesterday. Ho
states that his section was visit'
with a One rain yesterday.
The monthly meeting pf the Wo
ma's Christian Temperance U'nlot.
will be held at the room. 17 W. Court
street. Monday afternoon at 3: .1
All friends of temperance invited.
It will benefit both you and you:
friends If you Insist upon their stole
ping at the Brown House when the,
come to Galneaevlle. You will get
the votes and they-flrst-class accon,
modationb and excellent meal.
W. W. (Geige-r. an enterprisilia cit
sen of the Mikanopy section. %aN :
visitor to Gainemsille Saturday He
says thai hi'* action is very dry and
that it will prove a great hardahil
to 'he truckvrs if raiu is not had


s itin a Ah.rt lt.


I A H Hlarler. th-
Typlwrters to rent W U Denham Jac. Riili. s h
.Jac-klimnille. was he re
Fie w oS dos. "1 '" will cure any :ng or theb field for
ea0e oa Chills ad Fever. Price 2:.c. I uttii, oUa ,ig ale*


Capt Jolly left yesterday. I. ir
Jackstmllle to spend Sunday 0ith
his Vwie.
Mra. J. F. 11ll left yesterday for
MImmlop. bhere .he w'1 spend thi
mat few days vtAlting relattner.
Japsocas. Palmsh. Ferns as4 1trab-
'bly; Pecan and Fruit Tr*-e-. in va
riety. H. 8 Graves. 'phone 1:9.
Plau's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
ars chills. fewr. cold, and lagrippe
Price 2.tc 8 ,d by W M. Joltnon
Wailac Mlat'i.-A *t f ls, arrived it theli- i .. 1.1 ... J'
the sprius to A i ul ,,:; .'
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vising )'4mo f th.- NoS %fit Shi, mrid
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New Longerie Dresses for Monday's Selling


Each week brings ~olihie Iw creation.


Thlie way they irv p-4k-eel up on4)1arr1I valI w1xe


our styles and price- are. right. S e the, ia


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