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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 4, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01656
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
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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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GAINESVILLE. 11API hIA. T I'I'SAY. MAY I1. 19119


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T~.Y4! TSAWEE;K


SPRING TERM OF CIRCUIT



COURT NOW IN SESSION


OLIVER CATO KILLED BUSY WEEK AAD FOR
BY ANOTHER NEGRO WEEK .


TRAGEDY OCCURRED SUNDAY
&TEVf nndI OVER CARDSAonf


FLORIDA LEGISLATURE


Grand Jury Down to Work-.Bexley-Osteen Case Two Negroes Arrested Chd Wih Cendas Filed in Bot Houses Cou tees


Set for Thurday.-Other Court matters.


the Murder and Brought Here
and Placed in Jhil.


Are Hard at Work-T-lhe rim uL


ing certain lands. in whith injunction
was denied, the court took a rece-,'>
until M p. m
in the above hearing Judge Ilora-
tlo IDaLl appeared for the complain-
ant. while Attorneys Anderson and
II. M. Hampton represented the de-
fense.
Afternoon tession.


At the opening of tti.' calrt Shi l.irt (Court retcon ended at 2 p. m., all
Raim-. mniade it r Itun t 1o I1. ii, if ials In their reatlwetie place's.
lowing entire. Trul,. O)teen and Wm. A. llexlty.
John Parkerr. A O r. AA hith i-oung white men charged with
Iturke. A. F. Torhle. E C. I'. at -ai ithe murder of W. H. Moreland at
lohn Ford. Moste Edeis eti. .1 1. Hiigh Springs. and who have been in
Strickland. J. M Heidt. '. C Ittoue jail for the past ffew months, were
tree. J. T. IHeard. J. Fitagle. \\iWall.te IbrliglIht into court. They were clean
Mathew s. 11. .M1 hitt.. F l .. 1. I :\t n i-atl t lr'.:- e.d. e.ach wearing
Thad C. ltrant. Ci' Gilbh rt.. \ (i a huttonltte ol paiie.i'. and aplietared
Terrell, W. H. i Ga. A. W.. Lis. \ th lt.hrful. 1TIh- were ('ordially greet-
E ll.ll, C. M.. .litacli Go. S. ltrcli edl ht friends who had congre. :iat.ed to
alit. .t M. I lli-. T. .1 lliii. 1i V -W'e thetal anid ee-ntlli-d iln thei helt:t of
ilkiha i. Ei; .el.ffiord-. 1' T Si. K S --pirtt,.
I. Clhrk | 'Thei Sitate w. as relprire il-td I ,) .St.at'
For ariou r;e-aio .ir r-. t)li\r. .iAttorniey J.. M. Rie'rs, w il. Attlorn
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lin e-.!, lfor dl.fe<'-i> a uinille r ot w liiin
failed to ru -.,lrid a.- their ih.ini-e'. r-
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.\tt liil St rilliit a nili neuallli ri r .eal.
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O(lier &'ato. a tiirn,. f ,ae killl-d
ailKb t two tlile's north of Alachua Sun-
day afternoon at :: o'clock and ilhenry
Itichard anid ('Crus P'rkins. color d.
hat.e bet.en arrested charged with the'
crime'.
Attc.r Il.arning of the- occurrnnc-e
I)elput) Marilonny at once- %ksited the-
sc<'n-e and the above ncKgrCne- gave'
the'nil.,l\vic upl. clainingt that they
did the' det'd in ,s'lf defentc.
From what could be learned. it is
undeTrtolod that the' thr.'. toge'the.r
with others. were etngagetd itn a
"..kin' gamei and liting nore or less
under th. iinfluiiene of had txote. the.
trouble' wat very easily .tarted over
the' Kanite
The weajMu)n used was a singl,--bar-
rel shotgun and only ont- load was
requinrd to |p-rfonl the- act. The' Ine-
zrom-s at once' gate th'nlms'l.te's up to
it, deputy and weirre brought htere
::lit I laced in jail to await the action
'! th. 'raind jury.

,of the' r. nill.r ,enire In the' box.
ITh 0 ci rk a'; innrtruc'ted to Iilsuv
to tli' -Ite riff :a ll -i i:t l entire' of ele'v-
I front lh. Itl\ of the county to
'.itI. I- 1 t I, eul.; r ,..IaneI. return
;i31le,1 Tlllrl4l;l\ ti'''ritL. I' J..ffrordnt
!t*in'-z the, ,il i, twit inrelr r e r tainted
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TALLAl ASSEE. May 3.-Both
houses of the' ie'rgilate -' begin the
lww seek with well-flled calendars
and the week will he a busy one.
The Senate will maintain Its three-
hour daily session. while the House
will stick to its four hours a day and
will probably bold several lllht ses-
slons as well.
The liarris bill which enables par-
tie to mui the State in certain In-
stances will be favorably reported by
the Judiciary Committee In the Sen-
ate and may be acted upon durtin
the week. This bill will enable the
Walls claim to be brought against
the State through the court.- .nd was
introduced with that purpose In view.
It stands a strong chance of being
passed
The Senate has so far Introduced
.1I", bills this season. agahint 3110 the
*ant- time last .year. and the House
46.9. against 3.', last session.
The committee are working hard
and much legislation will be dispos-
ed of during the week.
Saturday's Session.
Resolutlons were adopted by the
Louse' Saturday inviting Senator
John S. Iteard of Peunacola and Unl-
t-,.d States Senator Money of Mislsis-
silll to address that body upon the
eieard disfranchlisement measure.
qe'nator Money is a close friend of
-<.nator IHeard. and strongly favors
i- l'amure. lRelresentathle Rober-
-iti (I' 'A.lalnnee was the only mem-
1.i of tth' lHouse ipeaking against
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ThI' It' I tl up a pire, .stiff


eight against the bill abolishlan the
office of special coeael for the Stae
Railroad Commlsloe. and creating
the office of Asistant Attorlmer-ye
eral. so that that ffieal eaodM et
as legal adrvier for trhe nmmlmal
The measure was warly debtd,
and was finally klled by a lrp vte.
During the debate a appeal froi te
decision of the chair was take a a
point by Repreentative aeWiliUma
of St. Johns. but the chair was -*
tainted.
An Important bi passed was the
one which practically calls or a r-
formidt of the reform iSool at Marl-
anna. The bill tmatuoa-e I aNy
changes In the preset system o e-
mitmnet and the conduct of the ilIl-
tution generally.
The HIllaborough coaty dilate
fight was started with the latrede
lon of a bill by RepreWsetative Bt-
ler of Dade county, crating the coun-
ty of Pinellas. Mers. W. L. itlab
and 8. ). Harris of It. Peterbrg
are In the capital. and are directig
the lght for the crealta of the new
county.
Anonx the resolattlea lntrodued
in the House Satrday was a mea
rial to Congress by Mr. Doke of
Alachua asking for duty c phosphate.
Representative Carter Iltroduced a
bill to require a full rew a freiht
t rain.
Only local bills were taken up for
conasderatlon by the Senate at the
Saturday session and iR as tam
throughout. Over twenty local mea-
uret- were disposed of and so removed
flnl tle' calendar.
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S, ti- on hi)t-i grid pi Ile' at Gainesville. They report hav-
i i i .. ,I ii i Ifrom the. hlag had a most happy time. meeting
'i, i-s %' anl i) old friends and enjoying the
i, ,, ,, I i C('ale- hicolitabhl reception extended to them
i I ; :. e :>r to thei lr (;aine4s illle bepthren. At the
'., ,..: r.ecnt ime'tinga of the Melroae Lodge
nI i ,. .. L e : i r Ml 't;'. W M.. gave a glowing de-
I I i i, I 1 of th be autiful building
,i it firlitphings
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;. i i ili I' Il lffliman i left &aturday for
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Thr r' iilir -priinK trniia of ('rcu'it
Court. i-:ihtih .Ilnil,'ial Circuit. In anJ
folr Alachuilai c.ullt'. .colatined at 1
o'.lt w-k r1l :i.il1t ii.irniii I .l i Honor
.udnge J 1T W\ il pr.-: ling. with
State Attlri ,\ .1 .I1 Hiit Clerk
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINKEViLLY, FIA)KIA, MAY 4. 1909


INITSTE i

ESM CONTEST


RAINY WEATHER HAD GOOD EF-
PICT POR THE LEADERSt

lMay Large Vetea PIlled Late Batur-
iy Swe a W Yeeterday, and
Istesrt is increasing.

Nothing daunts the orkersr In the
great CoOperaUve Contest. not ecen
the raMi which fen all of yesterday
d say bad efect oa the work that
was put I ar the candidates by their
frisads l d the participants them-
selve. Never nl the history of the
eiy has the Interest been so keen
a it nor appears. and from all sec-
tiose you can hear the canvassers
akta tar vete.
The prices to be awarded are all
heaMie sad elegant and the giris
li GasImesl will have the opportun-
iy t seas the handsome diamond
rtag -wths the es t few days. which
wil he placed It the show window
et L. C. IILth. The piaos have also
bheka o ered sad they. too. will be
t a exahIm M that the contestants
me the e try ma better see what
hy af strtwimg for-a strictly high-
sr de pio purchased from the re-
-a be aad meUw masle house
at A. L Harpor. who hae old thos
sa" of A trmt i this State,
M who u ill had a- large percent-
o- of the OGalaevle trade.
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Ned DaCosta ...........
btle1 Beal ............
Bease Carver ..........
Maruerite Ledbetter....
Gertrude Harrod........
LeOa Colclokh .........
Hele Holder ..........
Kate Dahtrey..........
Nor Stalls ............
Myra Swearnagen.......
Alice Schafer ...........
Blanche Thompson......
Maryu ermandez.........
N. W. Taylor .........
Aura M. Lewis..........
Mamle Crouch .........
Grace ullard ........ .
Mabel William ..........
Fannie Whiting..........
Willie Robertson........
Grace Glover............
Mildred McArthu.-........
Kittle Tharin .....
Fannie Ilurkhlni
Joanna Morris ...
Ella Ialley ............
settle .s .......
Maude McKa .... ....
Ikilly Vierinal .....
Willie (henut ....
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48.420
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Miss Ellen Beville. Arredondo..31.330
Miss Annie Kirkland. Alachua..31.135
Mis Eva Powell, Alach ..... 29.200
Mis Rosa Lee Rives, Hih
Springs .....................24.115
Miss LJuse Avriett. Newberryl8.9g0
S .a Vida Rarroa, Bell ........ 17.38
Mis Aleen Holly, Arredondo..15.695
Mis Hattle Ludwig. Tloga..... 4.510
Mis Jewell Stanley. Hague.... 3.495
Mis Clem Pickett. Newberry.. 3.1~S
Mrs. I. Ware. High Spring' .... 1.9..
Mifs Anlni It*till,. Arredoindo 1 "'.
Miss Lula Gay. IBell............ 1.u7;
MIi'l A. Groff. Newbtrry....... t.'
Miss Ada Pearce. Newherry.... 747,
.Miss Gertrude Guina. Hague.. 4.'
Mlsis Katie Akin. Arredondo.... ::40
Misi luclndla lr.ant. hell ..... .".:
Mi.,n I'earl M!cIA',d. Alachua 2.`7.
Mt.ss Ma1 -|l Ilurnttt. LaC('r.io .. I'.1.%
.VMl-s M31a ('at,. Alachua .... 1 .7
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Marriage of Popular Young Couple in
Gainesville Monday Morning.
At the hornm of the bride's iare;iI:
on .lionday morning. Mr. John Fur
man Hlaigier of Lee.sburg and .1Mi.
Ainivc Elli-. eldest datlghte.r of
.ir. and .lr Geo. It. Ellis. s.rre hap-

First Prtlc terian church Icrforlinig
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Miss Mar(-ia Strlckland. Waldo
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LAINESfiLLE HAS

FRST CLOSED DAY

T.iC SMOKERS WERE UNABLE TO
8ZCURE FAVORITE HAVANA.

M.ry Protests Heard Concerning the
Law. Which Is Stil1 Subject
of Cscussion.

I tSunday Ith the' lid1 n a Stn-
di- sure noufllgih iln l ;i*iii-l ill,'
The "'old tlo .'rs' W rc r tar llil' to got
t.v. i a ltHltt of r t-fr-hltnh p..wlta ater
o(r the ir faIn rit, i lana. ,1 .strict was
the' law i .1ifii :iid l an4 tal tld(lm I)'N
s**'; li.llin ~' ;at ther lI';;'-' who had
not thllought of this Ipr.;hilllal i Snt and
piro SManly ^P tihe conimlahntis loIed
A.galin-t the ordinance iand it was eas-
ily .'v 'ii th.t wilth a nurnlH'r of citi
Z.i, s it is \* rv unpopular. hut with
the population In ge'nral it iw the
opinion that if one part of it must
be enforced all should be.
\eery h',".I) -",d reo.timrnt in the
city 8l-o fel',ulw' thl 'nnw in itQ en-
tirety and refum'd to let their cus-
tomers hate. cigars. stamps or any-
thing of this nature that would have
been an accommodation to them and
at the sanme time a pleasure.
Many of the older citizens state
that It was really the "tightest" Sun-
day they had ever witnessed In the
city. The news service on trailn
through here did a handsome busi-
ness. the butchess" succeeding In di-
postag of a large number of "ab
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WEAVER'S LAUNDRY REV. ROGERS RESIGNS

ALMOST TOTAL LOSS CHURCH ASTOATE
... ... .._. .- *..M I &j OF IrC iOF SECRETARY


WILL U 1 RPLACLED AT THE:
EARLIEST POSSIBLE TIME.

Sherman Weaver Places Lose at
About 63.5CO, With Only One
Thousand Insurance.

Th Iie,141- liot' fit-e. t I* E n --%ll,
.t.; a I i .4l Hit wi I .. il% t' S Sill-

ci --. tie.o- oit- r Sheirma~n 'Wc'at, er. -t~it
1111 ()1 1i.%it i tal I Ii ii' re'.i tio IIf $ .4 wi

I III 111iIithii l l ''4 twor le'. I'blilt t I I i i? ii
*I,@- gent-rail 11-11-fI that It 'A1- the'
,mork of incCI.I idurijls. juilizing frimi t)1w
i. Itinlr in Iiii Ich it va ,iirm i'c i .t
I, I .: uiat ht -fire, dpartitnle fit as call
-1 I to the tiilding t am a conimlplte'
mxn x ief d .ac and the oiih class (of
%% -1, I Irl i -d fl ther nivil %%a!-
4t11ce: 1l! te ng r. n at':able. for the ent item
-tie II tot lf i l#.inletiimm was saved. 'This
%% ill ha% *.ttw 1w t teeth clown. hot'oo'-ve .
p- it caiiinnot I.w re i.'ir-41. the uilding
t, ieA ivelliC vii h 'i~a 'AIc ,ir its and
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or STATE BOARD MISSIONS.

W 11 Cotoinue Hia Resrdence en
Gainesvil!e and Fill Puipet the
Re-iarder of This Month.

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It thl I<"10 o' f tte t e a t'il i'lt
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tiellid r (if -,o' r a r 1. C I % IQ
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liP. acuti io n i thl- i atte; r was malde,
tleti c -sirv onll aCeount ol f e li i .c- l'Cti il
to tfill the,' uie'\|ilr,. l trln oi f tlh lat,.
R\. L.. I). (;G iger a-t s.ec re.tar. of thl.
State' Ioard of Mii.t.-l, i of Flori.la
Th,- rvoigtatllon did not conine as a
-.urlpris, altogfth'.r as It wai learned
see\rtal days ago that he' had beien
.*lhctd to succeed R"ev. Gelg r. but
It is considered a misfortune to the'
church and the city at large to lose
such a faithful. earnept and tireless
worker. Under his guidance the
church h has grown and proslw.red and
it In with the most profound regret
that his iw'ople accept his decision.
.As a irreacher of the goslel he has
%! w jiial.- and as a Christian he has
ill. .11 h of his tinim was given
to lU;;itt;il.l, v',rk and malny im .,
-hit ', ii..- ')oili1 tet (;aillt'1' ille-
tlreliuh his kihdm ;liiit.on io and h-lleful
iii,''.i- r:>it h.e tl ... '1, ;!ivt d,'.>reo-x
Si lih i,a l,,, I- i,' i tl e I, I that life<
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(;.AINESVILLE, FLORIDA

-CiMN ~a May 3aic Ca ,y 4 tk 7tk i-
GIVEN Y

THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL COMPAII
Of Savannah, New York, New Orleans

SHOWING what can be done with their m hdit A h
Lxd and Wessu's Cilq N in the making of cakes, cookies
pastries, etc., and all kinds of frying and making of mayonnaise
salad dressing, which means the saving of butter, lard and olive
oil. Our products are purely vegeble odorless and taste
and healthful, United States inspected and passed under the
Act of Congress June 30, 1905.
Our famous expertss the Miss es 1,eLettre, will conduct the demonstration and
will serve fn' eakesi and cooki. s of every description, and will explain the uses-
what our product will do. Al o giving Fire ('ook look.
We have won goil Illedals and tliploi,:is froin the Jamestown Exposition and
Floridal State Fair at Tamipa. Also from tle leading fairs held all over the United
taitess for tl he purity and excellencet of our goods. Indligestion and dyspepsia are
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?i nD.& SM. pU-Si Q,"ry mMor'af t
iW MeadNy. d4UMve by arTnr t bhe city. or
BIod Iteolay pat the ritrtd ,ates. po. age
lr I a n a r: Sa.wls mtxcth*;. I Is t
was$;, r Per r eve wee k-et Ia i

-a4t rnse i atcalm column aoceut lts me
a G lilmrteled esPt or esach dd Itnals

Mes "err-tly ese rtlm made hmown e

Th TWtr -W t e Is ao eigkt 4pag forty.
wIa pape. published e *y Moeday sad
.'hIya. sad emirs stoll the aews of the
l,0. at, sta OAd genr1sa. sad !l be'
mite VW& time. eoamy pelt ef the United
Mwar ftes, for 1 fg es yar-ia dvsr.ac
AU ndaim tbles beesme due after In
alpsha siwam"tmea. urn cmmalew'w
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OA~Irat LLa PsA.

No mas brv to himself. In innem-
ra ways e coaies lto contact
with olers a ad Ia eaces them for
gmd or be. Dtty and right feeling
dead ta Mwe o ve that the la.
mes sed shaDn be a mlestan and



b-mer D-em Fletcher spoke
n advocacy of the retention of the
tax ea lumber nrw provided by the
Digly il, oa lm staple cotton
ad other Southern products before
the esalte lut Prtday. He favored
a tarfll or revenue oaly.

Galsemrllel's re department would
do credit to a city of much larger pro
portkms. The rapidity with which theb
boys extlnguished the flames in the
laundry building Sunday morning was
wonderful. and the shell of the struc-
tare now stands as a monuamnt of
their effllescy.

We acknowledge rec'ilt of an in-
vitation to the commencemennt *ex.r-
elses of the South Florida Noraal
Institute. at Dade City. whichb bt.gin
on Sunday and aill continue to May
7th lncluslve. The comunilec-nrnienit
address will be d.-llivered Priday
lraht hw RBIetal. earttiprite.n.l I.n I..l1,.


InC B@ARN D MaOLLo113N.




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way. feel (hi-ii' the'Illa..: cjiii a l-l1 I,)l ; ItIIt.

gre'atT r o %(. litt Ilia.]' !)I-. i'i: I* c'. 1 't .
The Arcadia Charil. w ill Le ic- ailr 3.'. EiiSMiiae hi e
ested its wore ((t) eluitejit iquaril er!* I..(-...Ilitj5 t 1['!f' r se 3.. I, ~
tbhis aevk. a wore' conmedious sidIt-Lultoo Eesi'n'r. itl
bette-r arranged )builldng thau* thcfitet
plant has twre beuicullux. in ha% IiL ,' le-ii' a I
se'ure'd A ty'1e'se'ttaiic m til'hi ill t 41 '
1W ina81tAIIeel tiandl the r r ;n'lrfprn je'r -its' ecii'Iss

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A m'a n v~iia'leltit.re i, #l '' i'11
He %as a ilo.. t qxll L 1 1, 1..1 it %k
ha%*- kiif elt.ii r itI,-. & .t
railr i.fir er ls I' I l ..
thing e4-1111 )o i all "too, '
he' liliolil e~uIIIl i- 101 I e''I 1 r Ill ..liu lt Irg t.1it Io I
and ho.ldl in higie-? h-i. 'cry .% :i j .9 i ui re i Out' j
S etro-t 14:tot~l sti-al it A %I.4 tr11
Could FIuri.3Ian d-'isr:ut it' gc' i!,%' l t fI
I he 141.' .* lt it ie4,111. it
C'hre.ouic file' c'e'k, r r in i VI s t tin- e t114 ev-11 ,1 1'.'.,

are' hard I,%Illte' tel0 e'1- t1s 1 1 i 1t.1 '.i I I. .1e i 1A .11: '

% he. lqer 1st lij it- k. I' lie th. Iigiu .1:0 11 1.- c I- ilj i ls.
Mtill are' fl~e Ie -r -m ckinic at flit.e ,list 1'i t, t tai f-a.t r t.I't sc i
t-t.'&I IIall! ur. I) too, rtei. K.tti41 tI i l-r i'.s :'sr L.
re~ar Ili future' caujelia gixii. (cetuleti c-t I I!..e.s 'str. '- > 0. a I't
to lee 'hos~n e to the' e'ijxile'l i eeidti t a it. ...'

theY should ueeraimt Ilie ieIttitibc ['I i I ;.to l'! e1'-! 0 Il 'i 1
a4Ie foru't d Ii ii the' lat .' eel *sJ- rI-'. 0 .-'. '


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-a. t,' S ;.ate, l, ..a l'.i t. I *! 't i. ,
Itith.n. a .' d tfl a i'*, in t- y tl. So ;
"ttr ma r 'I it ; hnt. r \.or;'; of ,
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C'lrIt'la al r I' ) : t I .1. t:. -'t -
ir<':n tho. .- ..liei whte li woul I a '
t., ( t h n.a ut:.r j i'<', of fll. on t!
part (f the l.,'lg lattere.
"'i t! ?. I- a :*' : r ithli he anTlr
a here' on: earth that 1- .,.'-.' n', i !I
siutht rn than T1:.e 'l'n,'--t nion R,
have never seen ILt. )r re.ade-
Know that no paper is Eiuc. sent any injustlce to th. South a t
none shows greater prid-" I1 tlOe hids
tory. the achievements. th.- Iu.a.hoix.
of the Southern people .
"It Is not Inconsistent wi:h 'his
love of the South, but a part of It.
to bitterly oppose anyt.nr,: that
tends to revive sectional anlmoltict
Our people have passed through the
bre. but they Itve come out of it
triumphant so far as home rule is
concerned. The North now stand,
aslde and leave the set'.-.:cimn of
Southern questions to the white men
of the South. without a protest.
"But there is a class at the South--
thank God they are few-who) grow
more belligerent as the North grows
more pacific. When the Repuhlican
party trusted to the bloody Ah;rt f ,r
its victories; when It treer* J hatred
of the South as its chief political as-
net; when It was trying to, r rco- ne-
gro domination on the .ASoth- then
was the time. if ever. to fight bark.
but our flrebrands sere then nrt 'l !t.
ed. Now wh.-n l.t-ace( relIns and tOlt I
Shole. nation s p!,ea-*,d that t' .-' :: ::
ern ahitet man is in conttrol of hi-
home affairs; wbhen a have a lPr,--i
dent aho is in closer svyriathy with i
the South than any Pr. -ildent ha- i
t-een in fifty y. ars. th, c.Ail to arnl-
14 soinde'sld T:ht v'arrior- Itol out ,'
"Wi t aft. r ti ) tight ts o\~.r
'Hut if a-. tak.- ontly a Iulllitrian
view of thi. iij-tl. i. tflo the ,.:t--a:, ,: ,I
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in t.-a I of ti r .. aTndl I' rni!: o r
Ste ':il \fset Iipe 'i to f' ir ini-st':i'1 if ti \
It %wo% l l 1 1 t adi t t,)thI) <- iniI l i'* t -
f l n> > .ri n( cnTIr< ,l o, FI',rnil;. for
'i h I ( tilll''I (' IItIm it Iw"
l ,It r. I., :. I woul I .nilI
S ..tk it th,. l e* II'M ra'i" I.rty l,\ na
I lo-,i of Iit # ni r,',ir*e.u, ltat i' and
niiit '. en c .,c'tor:tl \Iot -
'If it Shobtili fail a- it crtlainli
S ;l: It vl iulh onl. turn (i\e-r t', the
Rl till:rarii. ltheo f W (',lCongr's-lsonal
(l-trict ;t the' North that the- Inl,-
crat.i ha.\. ra.rri'ed recently. and it
would rek'indlle the strif,- twNtw-een the
section. that trt. now at Ieace.


FROM FLORIDA PAPERIL

Cheaper School ook--Any hill
that will niake it possible for parents
to move from one county to another
In our State and not have to buy
a new set of school books for their
children will meet with the approval
of the citlzens.-Eustis Lake Region.

A Uselea Move-Senator John
Beard's disranchiement resolution
has passed the Senate by a %ote of
20 to I. The illiterates of the negro
race are already disfranchlsed in
Florida and we can set no n.ecessit
for such an amendment to our con-
stitution. --.J.wckonnille. Floridlan

What the People Want--I: or
opinion the.- St.at-wide- Ilrohiliition
amnendmevt is the, only one that can
104.m-itly r. ,e it- a majority lit.- -:f
the- p." of Florida. They are
;art oif Ihl- tinkeriig with the c ,m
-tilution 'The\ a:int a n-rw )ai:*.. noth-
inw Ilss- will sati!-fy thtn Tlh,' are
lire l of l:i\i.i -<'Ir l- thrown to'
t. ,r i th, v ill ,I !i thI ir jaw s toe
10 iiior, f: rt.- Ii .,tits .Sout ,r ln Art tu-

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NEW TRAIN SERVICE

INAUGURATED MONDAY

CONDUCTOR FREDERICK IS IN
CHARGE OF NEW TRAIN.

Travel for the Firtt 0.-,/ owed Very
Satl-factory-The T, c Will
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comment upion the nvew service. and
there, se'mnis o)nlt one draw -hack.
which aill Itw rr.irl-dlel- d in the. lI:th
That in the' niatt'r ,of t.re- re.li'iire.I
lto niake' the sch.-dule-
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Reakeo.
When Jime.. Watt Piw the ate-tm
a'5.0le g ttr ks'tot- e 1iet 1te jump up and
depun ho PeIsd I 'i.e-re rilel 3.u s..sut- r In
ti..kt t-i.lla that It can lift such a

SI3C: a, jrtr to him an.i pacfl the
En U r' wnln nat.1 ends"! #Ait as
an ri.. n*


fi~r..-r 'iI' -c:- fati! lU

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WHY GO U~-




PROTECTED!


T" IWnUw

now To F IF" O
Fill. 1 mtittlci'r co-nma gla w ith voge
wat00 and iet at 5LrAud twentv.for" bor%
a tmnck duet eit.
ment. or settli ng.
4 rtri t~virtyr ilk

r4 tl :. I

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ta -i a:a I1- 1-1t eeqa
aiiJ flc~.:iU~Lct' '''1
'Wliat To re

I ..~ ;e a.-,- -'a' t Ia It tstr
L' C:r'v. L% i~ae3i li de~c ~. *(1

!Iii- pa."mn ator
ri I .~ a-it r'stW" it.tuA1le.a-iant n-
-it t % of beltc VqCicft!Vr Iit1 ict oe()often
thriuAth t:r e!-ev anti ti til Up many
ti i"41uraa:i the nwcht. i:e' UiMal and
;me~ttc~llae V-vt~i of 3wnRoct is
x iiireal: -c'1. It "t-incla the iil:ett be-
c.ttMIMI 6f A% retlark able
health rter.to'ng irojr.
ea'ta'%. If t --u rit-"l a
nue-tlcwne iOcu ,beule
'a % ti e het best. Seolcl by
dlrugv'i!-ts in flft%--ceit
atal tenc-etollar aizr'. H,. e .
You may have a suample bottle Pent free
by mail. Atidres IDr. Kilmer & Co.. Bang-
hanhttin. N. V. Mention this paper and
rememberthe name. r. Kilvie r 'swamp-
Root, and the addresa, ibughamttm,
V. V. on every botte.


- hedulh which will shorten the timer
nie' hour or more and make It a regu
lar "business man's sI ecial."
Later in the season a lplcial e'f
fort I ll bw niade to havt this serv-
I'.- include Sunday. which aill glvie
th. I-saile along the line' an o ity to visit Worthington Sprinis anl
sla'ind th' day. As the -weather I'.
o>nm.s* warmer It would h- bthe, mn.an.
of carrying a large' inmbetr of Iil.-as-
ure- eckerts to the springs on Stili
flav.

MADDOX-ADAMS.

MICANOYI'. Ma. : -Th. .
*1'ii t bul t hali y marria.-' >s1 lih:*. '<
A. ;i. h )It ,if Air land Mr-.- A. ,Iiiir
4,n \V. l i.- \la it \'lllli A til -
I.e. t k. aliii ll i h Ir d. ihl .r. i
it \ iAnniI* m ia itt Iwl'l- i I rri iiliy ito ir It .

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PU DINE


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PIANO


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HIGH SPRINGS NOTES.

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-t i u her r -. tr. Mr .1 1' r If c
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The ,part whichh attenl- I the olnr .
Ing hiall at Worthinxton Springs rq-
firt a ry pleasr .ant r 'occa sion.' t








m iustt hb s nr it i I '-W itt' I Car1olizl-d
:ei.l';",t11 i 3 'riel.. .. lcu .celi], riind till






Witch It t Sa'. 1i, ic i ood f r
3 1 "i- al M ItIII (elie .le \V'.I ro'9 e-s Ii-
a-a lilijg h,.r -i-tr. Mr- II .M a't.





rut urt iiandnt. rlid es. and *isng a
uch iallI as. for t he.r fridefuse su tl t-





tilte. Sold by all drtugists.
The party lwthh at pe the oIlke a
Ing hall at Worthlngton Sjerinags re,-
teort a 'aery pleasant occasion.





hpf yithou a dder- to wa th. orinathl
Scia Belps' t .r It i. tt ('arteolized
Witch at rkl Salve, It I. ieard tfor



cuts, huanit, and lrti ues and is e, lei-
dtally (rood for pileh. Re-fuse' susbtl-
tutes. Sold by all drilagiuts.

Th1e mn without ai purpoi t I liker

htcr n p.inrp

BUSY BUSINESS MEN

SeIce Helps ThelW Out After Rk1 .
kulSl AbuiW te Stomach.

Tilte n1; lt rn kle ,-. alla. iit i r t;;rdl t.,
h e ,llth i- tI* ,i\ l .-. 4I .i:-4. tl 1- h.iI A.
M .,mIN) III r k,-l .- otitl foir ; lt. tI eat.Ii
I1I, t.,l i It 1 i t l 1itlT 1-i ,I inr i. r l 1i.i
Ilie':ttiiil. e l'ii! l l". t ill hii nie iaielth .111
,.'tt; ltiiiel, ii 3.il..itt r tlt.it it i- :ildl.

Hit., cet, l'a'asi k* il l-)e lli. 1 I 1- (t I I.t "
fir ht'p at lii', a !.- I l., is I,, r. li, i1.


INSURANCE


PORN 8 1 OCK


GA94MSVILLIL PLORIDA


Fire, Life and Accident .I .m



G. S. Merchant & Co.
"i"*Ofets debbmm

Staple and Fancy Croceries

Gralq, Garder Seed ad Fertllzers
SOUTH I SIDM UAREK --- IAINEVILLE, FLORIDA.

Highest market price paid for ChIkkeme Ei amnd ot e Prled

A COomple toek o Hay. Cor. Ost noIew. i 6k". OCeas
sed Meal ed Rte. We hamdlto mly the Vwy mSet g-
at lowest lPr ies. Md guarmtes memadme aleFe.
-





Tampa & Jaksonvi lle Rail'y

i.VItECLTIVL DEC. 19. 1908.


Leave (;alitiesville f,,r Micanlopy, Fairfield and lo.
ceil |i inits ..t .. .. ................. .... 10:10 a
Returning, arrive \a'ims \i* ................. 4 :2 p uk


I;.tio-ill v A'Ifoier eSliJ).34o (City, 1'ad-itka,


. A L. C lass Ger. Supt.


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TELEPHONE



}ME| The Long Distanc
,r I, li, v ,, k .
r i. i One of the most valuable features operatli
Il til:- -.1.. DrC 1i "of our service, to our suLecribers and country
to the public generally. Is our ronner ment a
tTon with the extensive long distance citing.
DAVENPORT I lnes of the A.rerican Telephone and Only
and OflM Telegraph Co:mpany and the other as arrange
ad O A sociated eil Telephone companies. phone c
We CAn tRd'-.,'nds of miles of long a Bell
d R build r distance lines in the seven States in ask for
which we operate and in addition a'n commui
I. r i .connect any telephone in our system in the c
Sir wtr f It.e e'C-*rnd lJ to any rather City This
in whih- a Bell Telephone system is eng thr
c c'r ted daly In
', .. 1 F' Ttcse 'cnj d l r .. .. s are of the poses b
nr,'( t tritr c n ai J ,, pr(ved c(onktriue c .terns
n ,r 1 are r' ..,r', red .at a hljh p ant hi
t..,te .c' e" er y. The Bell sys er e ,rr. t (C


E. Barker, Traffic M'r.







TALKS


e System


ng in various sections of th
,. are uniform in their equip
and in their methods of oper

by reason cf this close trafth
ement between the Bcll Ttee
companies s a t possible to go to
Telephone almost anywhere,
"Long Distance" and be put It
nication with almost any paint
.ountry.
vast network of wires, radial
roughout the nation, is used
Commerce and for social pun
by the banker, the farmer and
in all jwams of life and our
ere i an important link In thil
haen.


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Gainesville Furniture Co.
Headquarters for
Household Furnishigs


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and Telegraph Company


fttlce. ReasniaLUe Rais


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NATURES

Sose s. PERFECT TONIC
Something moro than an oreinarr tnMir is requeld to rosto heaflth to
a woakene.. rtrun-dowrn itystai. tPe rnehamicine miust pnxw-t sdoeolpurlfying
pr(Jwlrtles na we'll. b.lIavU the w0.&k!IV4 anti rndpurtiv of 'ho car-ulatiju Is
r-lponit Lh :4e 1 hr wr ph -4ica(l c'I on-litin. rh. Iloo4 Itne Dot rontli'a
C. : #. ( I 't''.- ()f rit h. roel corpu lces. antI is tthe'refore a weak.
IV1s01tV !'a. % 11:1 c :b41t iaTwIYu'r ,I .*T zna e i ta ~a~~t'
a.,I v' i4 *q,) ma .y p -44c) .4 .1 a- r a it: of
v.t k- 1110. ~ e u 1 4, f.1 gr -.1 '11!'l u l'.l tre v v, :. Ithe t es::1l1
II !Z %'4 S l. f4)11.;.l !,oat jIloo* i ,lein-i-A tn qreit ti: l n- con le,:nm ).
1It 1tvi~iM4 -i WI i' tk (cw .:t: e I,-'.- r'!:ovin z !l :1:1 ; ca. --t&an-I g'rnia4 frown
I vw t 1 .eo !1:' C z4'p n erti tn vwav !or .i : ,, :- -t'I ti and
'P IA1 he'aifi:'.l. ve')'. t. v i hi 1.': e"I:.01 of a1hich
i. a. *'fro: I.tnlv xci.a: It N i ..1 .e *,- ...t T t. fm ro
--lil a~ *'t' 4 'rI: % ,Lntca tc i nior twr-nDR of
eve'r\ .ive .'. S ra 4 th' l'otlv o: thtit ta-el. w. ---1out t.'liang saoconnon
u, !111, A-4.t~n,. '''cI-p .' the a'I'T"t 3t4 fln I de i&oet 0 eIat's lip t110% tal~tom h.
At !t-A wi lt.I --.:. et!octs 011 the. : t'o'rvos s t''to-ii. nat retnrvivratoe v ev.ry
crtiou of u ti LaoIl. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA


L-4THXR B. JORDAN* W. W. 1IMPTOW.



JORDAN & COMPANY







* THE DAILY ST a: GAINK8T1LI I FLORIDA. MAY 4, 1909


mE I ARE


im the be't the w(orM afford.
that work will commence within a One of the products of that dla, of
abort while at the 'nlverlsty. knowr component part., an Ethical
It is stated on go',d authority that remedy, approved by phyuacian and com-
the money for part of t!e buildings mended by the Well-lnfomed of the
Ia now available and that the, Legi-la- 1 Wordan a valuable and whulnme family
tare will probably mahle some pro- laxative i the wre-knmwn Syrup of Fig
vtalo for future needs. and Flxir of Senna. To get its beeficial
The raet bel la to be coastructd effects always buy the genuine, mnu-
wil be to th eat of the two dormn- fated by the California Fi Syrup Co.,
tories already co utrctt4d and this saly, and for mle by al ldiag drltui
will coat In the neighborhood of
$150,00. ly to Him ahom shu loved. and Who
With both this and the Government h,
can coinfurt their Irok, n helirts.
buildln Ia course of erection Gaines-
vlUe will be a very busy city this For love has put off ii the land of
umaer. for a larse number of dti- Its birth


eas will also have new homes erect-
ed.


IN MlMORIAM.


The stains it had gathered In this.
And hope. the sweet linger that
gladdened the earth.
Lies asleep on the bottom of bli.-s.


I know she has gone %here her fort'
One of the saddest deaths to occur head is starr'd
Ia the LaCrosse community for many With the beauty that dwelt in her
a day wa the death of Miss Pearl soul.
Cos. which eeeurred at the home of Where the light of her smiles cannot
hr father oq, the evening of 27th of be marr'd
April. after a llnes of more than Nor the heart flung back from its
mlae weeks. of typhoid fever. Iteautl- goal
ful la her character. she was beatifult
I know she has drunk from the lethe
la her death. From early childhood that
she had the happy faculty of mlling h h th l h
Through the land where they dii
every shadow away. If sorrow ever
not forget.
cam Into her fair young life It wa
o hr fr y l That sheds o'er memory only repose.
Nddea behId a smile. 8bhe was a
n b a S w a And taken front It only regrets.
perfect ray of sunlight wherever she 'II
went. She radiated cheerfulnesr
amogt every company. Alwna. a
asile upon her face. her cheerful A Happy Father
heart was to everywtone a io iln the. Is soivn turve.i to a ..i al on if he
clouds of their sorrows. hl1' to walk 1t.s I,.,r cs, ri Ii;.hlit \ith
She was a diligent and faithful Sun. la cryiii lails l.e. .- Ii.ih. Elitir
day school pupil iron t;....ulcMd To, ill make tUi. c-hil1' ill -Isth. i'
know her was to love her. irves.. induce' health'. InrIi.Il Islumi
How sad that hr young and hajpp. j fr. Ileit for disord. rled I.,4.-ols airli
life should so sound go out, atd that rour stoniarh -all te-lthing i h:tis.-
the bright and cheerful path of her r ',t it l'lsaant It : take.. eir ;at .1
lovely young wllr .ili..! ih(sd i h;i l i ,. s.. *'i'- if hlTr .milii'l drii'E-
suddenly end. l .,i v .ill the ni i-mi il "," of her bright .1'I h lnp f r Inrare lingr .. .:'M'l ...
In the memory of tho''c uhll iakile' adiI i
loved her NOTICE.
She had just on;,' li.'n tin lal N. ,' .A: 1 't. It '
blu hb of ,beautl iiul a. in. iihn ,Il In it Iil i r.- ::;i: .i 1 I .
overtaken by the deadly malady. She 'll rth rsi il i.- i .i ;. '. r
did not h;ave thI .-trent h Igt coi aits,.t (i 1' ''* \ !I: I l',.


and flitzaII '( 1ic -4i Itsr rI- rir i1:t s liii '' s I
haudzi i .I I 1 1
for rz all I
n4l(h t ia Issi- ; ct i :IA iiIrm(' i[*,1, 5\ '.


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MEXICA.1 JACALS.


One of the

EsienfdaLi
dr the happy hom of tno-day a vast
fund of nformima*on a to thw I-at method*
of promoting health and n happiness an
right living and knowlier of the world'.
bent p-n"i r.
Products of actual exrirene anl
rmisonale diains truthfully pnreotUal
sa which have attainlci to wodrl-wi4i
arrfptancr through the approval of the
Wed-lntfomned of the Workl,; nt of iadi-
v.l,'al only. but of the many a 'i hawv
the happy Iacuity nf M'ecting azid ubtsRi-


CASTOR IA
For Infarts and Childrc.
The DIn~ Yc~ Hare Alays sought
Bears t.,.


INOtCATIONt ARl THAT WORK
WILL SOON COMMENCL

Suonelet Sum is Sald to e AvaiIUab
for tho IMetim of Large
ollidinle

Developments during the past few
days now make It alnmt certain


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IRB9EISIIV


Pr'itn1ive Huts In the 10i11g96 of the
Native Indians.
The %fetlenn tioduli, lint. In thle ll
laxrpa nroi tip',: jtj.- mran, t ies the
lower 11Pm ; rsnaI I ,rolcrr rvis .n 41f
Trxnre l ixe m h pt o-a sort n; s'tur. nuel
c4)istru ti.tl o tn I','t I'* 4141 11,ifi' i tho-Ir
town. Thu to I I. 's .r priiheI q l'uIIyis:
is r.-Ilisif fl i Ilt 4 f 45\i4WE'tqls AI
ma i %l' mcnt.' .iito'llmI',, "rol.r fnnuilisa o #f
%Ie l, i iiomIrie 41. isis it~teilr j:i4 ai,4

hIfltI)4"t.
No, i--n e i Im i ii".u' ri Il
eru'rt I n~ I b.. si t'. f I.-i,l I 1'" 4't.' iE
ttr~. i i'*~ I,.:, or :\*** ir

riurlit polf- :rI,!' I t* t- Oril c-i I s I t
m o undt for, % I I o' fr ii''' '~ r I I's
rb.1:184 nr. 3 'A t 4,4:?1 1, 1 r144 *
11-4 m li .4.,w %

cionipa: ) I i AI 4-1.Ill547fTc e rimur
corirtw qt ir 'I .I pi7. -~S.t-art, wit.
l0p Ii llijir top41 a i'~IiL i sf41 1111111 1, Ut l
f(4-t. I.NziUlyIy lw'% ii tritsi&V.trenre i:i i.
flijjj o4114e I'm.at Si'io another. sitli ti otht-4'
5fl1.stnem Ire tied other jliex that frm
the frnI4.*smrk of the wails. Thet.
strong: flIPr from the rn luey pg-itat ,or
strilis of buckskin are untIl- t o4fie the
~INuIP Is. gm mHIglon Th rTh raftermo r
fled toi ilei ri!gej.. ii nud I iIns s'e rt1v:n.
Ini Ithei':iiame ntm:t1er. At 511* .341 to'
thle I ...Pq I IT:_ .4lu l I Ii t the 4 f.jmOI 11g,
thrire To %%".Ii h I lorPie .1ike 4sf Ii.ibe l~
rt4e 188.i% v i )el st.. :ir re ii .i.-nunii
31M s I t 11,4 c. N;-\i .1114. :11141 1!1t-e 'fs'.k



A Living Skeleton
Is ll. MIA cfiu (idtiitI of mIyI childl
tliat i.-i, si- 4,ri i It li\,i-. l Tuink
of h-i'hi vint-t4'hitig iri imir -t'iunmclih
hat 4 to : ill cmu t aA t4i tw r i4 'loit
\mvle'-i,4is..- #of 1110 lahivs 'ha'.4' .54r15-
tin'. % )iitr'- has-. 11c ('4rtlatsiii Oii
!t hne [i)ft I11' 4 5 % il nili i4 'rlil.C atsI




She Was Slow.
Th~e i4li' p ba'5ltaiiIhd sic. mn mi id
re-4htic.. n ii I... toe's.% too IIss*Iii. im lsN1114'




111)4 A tit Ole~

T j oe r r. 1,11 -: ll '1t. 4 IT41 111t Ilak
upjm ber !in- '14
f-or ill "!: 7. ii- pi'ss -hii- ro '.r.it. 4



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DAVIS & OLIVER


--FiIl:-


Buggies,


Wagons


and All Teams



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Davis


& Cliver


The Announcement Followed.
She-Theyv my there are g rmu In
kisses. Nsi. nhnt 1do .Y'u ul*'4e .I
girl could cat'h tlint wa:y?
Ille-A hu-intld. -Ladh.le Iomee Jour
Dal.

A ptund! of enre will nrot Iam. rp'i
none of debt dutch I Protvrl



Dr. Geo. S. Waldo




..DENTIST..



4 ;r m il ; Bildihtili,, En-t M.ain1
Street, N,,rtl.


Crown and Bridge Work
A Specialty.


.PAINLESS EXTRACTION.
Phone 51.


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E;f1I Florida3 Tal~ w :x,;n il




I It's It rinted tWtiuxrcyr o %.au nt
-h,. sm, (prc, I. oit. plai, tip !, t it


rstt lit.1 e t h r h s s rI,.- 1,% 's'

rit.sof 48. : ;,!.,1 !slilt
lat II !I ;- I F I IN, I A1 1~~: I~
Tp,- manP ''. % I 1,: 1; \ Ifil
the knind!. -N. I'l, t hat N. d!' r

We()flf8inwnd tier *~r ,-I -i g'.ti f-.'i*ai~d '-m,. 8s1' II


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Surprising,


What Kodol Will Do

For ou, when you need it But the longer you neg.
ct Indigestion, the more you will suffer before Koc
can restore Good Dietion.


And. cif coure'. Ini c 11g,.sel If nuT
le'cteld iitm .ac c lgs h. Ila a r.;4s
Oub sliscain's illm'aI. a-taKsmitui
besieffit "Otl k' lIe of tilt~bt' t.14.1'.
Is no bhelp kr iia tll
There sie-. lI f I, u) '. If fe'a iil
melot11b 1011t I -.1p .1 lo- 11f !has
r1114,11 too L .' cl !1l 1111
uls' I.II- A .1 I s.

ordo w d ~ r
I At' Ks 1A 1''

tsar 4. )II s '1' %% J .I o I

turv to b4 ,- i I1W.i 1\
11141 of o 'If ,- 41 I
this ty at i*' a.e- 1 i;i 4.
Iiin the smll.. h aii .18 'i Ms '
we-Ps'.4 Until 'ho' 1' 1 L'
and cAu Ct'iille .Is (.%411l 'A. p
did refluo% Ib tIlls' 4 d In's?- Ii.61 1 : o..
effect quic'kly remove s If 'I
W 0 1LIt: is rt4Alt .JsII i!&tlAt A.
plezy. Heart lID'uiw-mav('alas r -
eVon C('Osauznpilsmn att. ittill1s
psar digestin atl p. ,Igotia Ithu
trasmitt*4 to tilt bl1od, at ot
thrtsAghout the system-thbe imim-r
tace of maintalulug gowd digm
umIes Iat uone rauallat


W'es L1n14W %hat Kisitit' s'a'1.' !")
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N'rOR SB.ALE 1:8,y ALrt-, DI J G) C}IEeTs


FoQ COL ,InI AR'P
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IA-I S AaiA a.! I t'gnt!1s a tralt
for you-vf suomtthitig you duu t uced
for something ),)u ds,


--NOMINATION COUPON- -

SThe Sun and Merchants' Co-Operative Contest



Good for 100 Votes



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CONTEST VOTING COUPON


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rv.v::sn's Secrets
1 rere ..w men in the I Unted S ate who hna perhaiKs heard
1n,,c tsi unn'* ecrere than ant .'h'- mea tr woman in tf
eountry. I ne .ercret *are P4t *err.C o.f (uil( of hamn hut
the secrets of uilernfl.. and they a ae heen cunhfJdJ .* DIr.
'V Pierce is the hope end espectatr' of adoce end help.
1 ht few uo thew women hve b*ee di-appointed n Ither e.
pectatiom is proved hy the fi thabt *snety-eight p cent. of
ll women treated by Dr. Piere have be tersolitely and
*Itogethcr cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the
ees% trca:cd were numhered by hundreds only. [ut whrae
that record applsic to the treatment o more than hal.ef-- mil.
lion women, is a practice of over 40 year, it i% phcn.mcnal.
and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by owmes, as the fret
spercilistt in the treatment of women di' i es.
Every sick women Iy consult Ir. Pierce by letter, Ihbmlutely without
etIert. 'l re thet re mailed, eeiled in perfectly plain envelopes. without
on) pril1 ,r a .l\it .nh wht. r. upon tlrsI.. V\ rl vm llliti car as with.
out fc, a It % rl 'a Dl).pensery Medsical A A cation, I)r. t. V. I'erce, l'rct.,
Bueffalo, N. ".
DR. PIERCE.'S FAVORITE PRI::CRIPTIO2(
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THE IAILY SUN: GAINKSVILLE. FLORID i. MAY 4. 1909 7


GAINESVILLE,
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University City.


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in ( 144 1-' J4I' M15144 .to''It. .*~ i : tj. .. I '. e' lh'dns I tI.. 'cr~abbai'
which are Alachua Si:.k, i'amI?. -'r CwTJ- t 7 o, troweoiiiiinnt. stc,. idlrr:tc omIk
Prairkf. 1the. l hi's Nlill IW1'';'.'rIr ar irg It. make it a WO.%t attractive p)iC
ftn's Cata.. anad Iake Ne'A TE~n all of jiilc*
which are reached by private convey-
Slice.-
and finest live s titx- farm in the pig ak tckFrm holrgs N or o s
hi 01keih na..~ ~ I~ d iss F. Portor
an I. u reaviht niiiv a gktlt m the ar r
anld iLs rvaclwd 11 II! a g~k)d hardrr road.


affordaur g a Iia.'wt I4'd".Ifit dri (.
Thhe laruiij. r (,I.1 1,j,& :. o .ujty. ()f
shich (,ait'i-4. villt I i ti, coim-tY 41444t.
-liv.e a~ iiii~tit hnnhan oarli the* 743lilt
F,,ace.- The to-aip raturv %4 s \r) iiii;
forni.. scarce.Iy .'t .r r i (hing the- nvIv
tit-' in sl tnl~aaer or t 11.4tw.nt let in
%iaitt r. The' i1.j~iat a. iiiof aa.' ii,
1. about tight thou...it. '. r.*j'ro,-#ata ii.
tLtarly v%4 ary lazatiomaalst '.usatl.hc it
of the 4-arth. and btrangers alsayr',
meet sith a hearty we -It-o(4)
The UuI%-urslty of Fliuruia for young
men and the National Ariecultural Ex-
toerimwnt Station are located within
the corpowratt llimits of the city. In
fact. Gaitne'-..Ille has so many things
that we must 1w pardoned if we omit
a fe'w of them in the following enumer-
ation of what
Gainesville Has:
One arti.t.
N'o balKIz,)S.
Oil- gi
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Novelties, Books, Statloner
Souvenirs, Sbeet Picturm
uad Picture Fnmes ....

#m ast Librtl Stmr,
GiIBSYLII F OBIDA
BUSINElSS CARD,


DR. GEO. S. WALDO,


-I)ENTIST


Graham Building, Iast Main StrUt h
ISll Phone 51. Ales Long fllsti-e-

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rir-t-clri ,e ao rage Potem.
Two tertillier maaufactcMIle.
ilre fire lbas'Iuc9 eagci
T'%o livery and teed stab)#..
I .' '. 3l Ila-kot Ifactory.
l)', )1k. Chalt rendirlng rtom
Acrirkil' 'rl F1 tAelwtimiti Iiattn.
FI' rir!a W.itiftqf 11h111 Confe'rene..
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d dtraCY votes is undesired by the proorietors
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I Total Cash Value, $1,000.00




To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The


Sun to Citizens of Alachua County!




Each Section Gets a Prize!

Contest to Close August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should .rhare alike in the distribution, leading business houses
have joined in tlhe combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and (ne
Diamond Iting to residents of Ahlclua county in three different sections. These
progressive tirm-- will give < tne 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 te given ei';lI of those timing.

The GCainesville Sectlion Will r'nln,.: tlhe it anl ulIurlis anidl l,'con-
SGainesville Stll tic.l to a radiuti of four mileh in cacli direction.
Th
_L _a; Will comiprise territory friom Fair-
Eastern and Southern Sectionl ill nisiin ienas.t .,t : from o.-
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Western and Northern Section ..~ ''l.llllt .'i rilll,:l'"" r.i t.'i.

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How and Where to Get Ir, fr Yotes 3'y le cast I
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Lll.., oir ro #of Ihe prib.
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Cr.i-wf(.d A D,.vts. Livery and S !e 5 ..i!. t ,I l : .,I. r l. rf,. ,l f. It 1-n 41
The Sun, Pi.nt- j and Publnlli .nJ (t i.t f in, I w lii .li it.- Lb h w ,'r.uL
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d-rw fr oi trhe ri ac Pu ih canldldatll, will uot be
dE ,r' M.f Co. Lumber ard Bu.id,,j M.tr.a>. al,~. 1, 1 t, Il, tr r vote* L tLhe (r. e tlitof sit other
Standard Fert, zer Co. Fertliiers. a hlilae ill1 t(l l..utet..



| ITHE DAILY" ST.TN

S $1.25-Thre mi.onths' s.'.ritin .. ... . . 500 voL:s 700 votc s
$2.50 S.x i:.t:ths' bil- nipt n. . 1.200 vote 1,500 votsc
C il (,j. i -. ... .. .V t 4.500 v ts
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8 TilE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 4. 1909


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"R4YEo". I .Mra. Jamen Morrow aid dl.i.iLht r.
BTRAYED-A small. dark bay mare. vltMr l'erral. returned to the tLh 0 .-
tardal3 ufter ha". hag l e't the' iaat
branded o left fore-houlder. rolH.. *ia tr ha t th- l
se eral days in Jackronv ill bur on bind toot just above hoof.
Reward for Information or re.turn. Company.
J. D. Adanlso. Galineville. Fla. Mr. and Mrs F W King and chil
---_- ren. Vha, hiave' beeni v'i'itliag tilhe latum
POR RENT. ily of Ctol atld NMrs. (;. K I :rnie fai
the I asi wi.ek r.etturniil tIo ti t ir hen.'
TO RENT-5-ruon t cctage, lo.-.- In. IiI .la'ck htIillI.- -.strtl.ia
Inquire Telegraph olfic(e. II \\ T* k i.r. t a ll ,l,.t'lri aI ,',,ti
I r: )t i it0 4 ai t r% iii i I it.
POR RiENT Furnil.held l ulri % ;a I1.a,11 1 i 1
hib tbard. AIpply .~i ;. 4;.o It a...d. C ; a
1]W W Court t reI t
%l .r is l I |i t i < lifr ri LNi 'i" ; t i
we has a do.: 1 ,i.0


FORn nRl.'---4)::' i ix-r)loom andL At
five room cottage,. in South (;ailii--
ille. Appil\ to ('offin actor? oiffltlc,
l'OR RENT Pei. room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights. bath room and all
nodern conveniences. Apply at this
'ouff1ce.
A'.ATlRE FO RENT--1 ha. gOldmi
75-acre jiasture', ilhnty of grass.
shade and water Termaia rveaoniablu
for any numnlwr of bead of cattle'.
It. T. Artiw.

POAll *At*.
lit Al.1: FOR SALO.NT lE l, i.0
bloudlll i house of M11. M(ll. i<
if ite.'r..,ted ac ll tI, o, alrddr-- .M it
Paulil .%I i ll n.,

AGENTS WANTED.


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MATTERS OF O NuRAL INTIRI0ST
OeUMRDO BY sUN RKPOlRTRIS.

What H Happeed ad What is Oo-
W4 to Happen-Pereenal and
steal Otern of the City.

T)Ip.writers to r,'ti W i. IDnham
Amntaterr salide illO. Wednesday
night
Ed Welllngton will tw there New
Baird. Wednesday night.
J. O. Outhrie of Newhebrry ti hers-
for a few days attending court.
Pive or 6 does "4S" will cure any
cae ot Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
Mrs. M. P. Bummers of High
Springs is visiting friends in the city.
Mrs. T. P. Thomas returned to the
ity yesterday after a short visit to
trined at Archer.
PLams Chill Titic Is guarateed to
mrse nch reer. cold and lagrppe.
Pree 2a. Sol by W. M. M. Joam.
You mndidats In The Elevator Con-
tet g bsy sad have your friends
sapid $1 with us and get 250 votes.
The Magnt Cuba store.
John 0. White of Newberry was In
the city yesterday. He came for the
purpose of payLe up his taxes and
to look after other ba-mea matters.


Pile and IoUnli. N. w Itaird. ,Wedun.
day night
"The New Kee'l-r.'" ~omtthinw fun
By. New Ilaird, 'We.fdn.-da nwiht
IProf. 'Wolt In his futiia niti r.ir
a N I ;.,Irt. \\ dr ,.-lav ;lia,'t
tM W. lumasn aill E A TurTnr ,n,
W\V ldO, .r le isltor- t, thli- to'rdua.
llo ltn !r He vilr u I
,.x .r ) ioll.lr .%ou -I Inil i !' r 3' i TtV
The' M.iagnit (Ca-h So .r.
Crickti lPre itt and "1it. r. lMi-
P1* xi. ,f \'W a.ll, u rv. in tt rcit\
onl a l. i' f t I I A-it l''i

h;is t uai for %, r;. I 1:.a: t .
s,'t I Thi .I.a 'n; t '.Ia-h S'.-',
Ii SMcl. (;r.i' a I re-I ,.
merchant f0 lilgh SIlrii..z-, w.vt .a1:a ,:
the isitfor to lthi ( 'it -t.rl .
J. H1. Oter-n of High SDrinig- utrri\
1I the city yesterday anid v I
lpend the week here on buthii'ss.
P. Y. Smith and E Marclonnt. ri'.p
resentative citizens of Alachua. were
among the visitors to the city ysta.r
day.
SMis Ines Thomas. who has be t-.
visaltng at Kanapaha for the last tw
days. returned to her home here ye't
terday.
There's nothing so good for a sort
throat a Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil
Cure It In a few hours. Relieves an
pain in any part.
Capt. J. W. Carter of Micanopy. one
oc the oldest citizens of that thriving
section, was transacting business Ini
the city yesterday.
The big reduced price sale corn
meaces May 7th and continues toi
10 days. Take advantage of It. Th,
Magnet Cash Store.
J. C. talis. who is assisting in th.
clerk's office at Palatka. arrived II.
Gair.eville yesterday and wifln hpi x
the next few days here.
J. P. Jone.s of Jontsvtill,. a pr,
gressive planter of that section, wa-
in the city yesterday on a combined
busiuess and pleasure trip.
Remember to use only one-half a,
much IBlue Ribbon vanilla as is rt
quired of other brands. The la\or I.-
ierfect. and it goes twice as far.
Miss Irene McCreary of Gaitnie\ill.
conlce to Jacksontille tomorrow \*'i.-
ing to bh' the guest of Mrs. JamnesW.
I)ounh.Trt of Riverside,.-M,1troln)li..


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ShirtwaisiS t''i.... .. lt..l .. ll;lr tt' .s-
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of yt ,.I IIad pricr..-frnnn. ...... ..... ... c to S,.11


WHITE GOODS SPECIALS
K I LLA tNEY ILIN N-A wonderful
ilitation of iilin-looks and launders
eultial to Lineni. Can be found only at
W\i Io: . ........... .. 1e TYd
1.I\ iNK TTF--Thi, l-'- t ataril for Whit. skirts an l
Suitp-l-I'k, like- l .ine.-n. I -te| ITd. Ali., in color.


WASH SUITS
NeS:t. le.-iranle and inexpensive\ \\'a;
Suits, in white andl colors. .IJuinper Suits.
Tlhree-I'lece Suit" and I)rvsv-. I'ecoi-
fortabl, at little expensJe.

Pied at $3., $4.98, S5.9 S69


New Longerie Dresses for Monday's Selling


Each week things some new creation.


The w~ay they are' pic'keda up on :irrival slvi'w-


our >tyles and prices are right. Se them.


R.


We Give Votes


In


Go-Operative


IF' YOU NEEI' BIILDI'NA


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The Eddins Manufacturing Co.


-'ir S FRESH EVERY DA Y!
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Only White Shoe Repairer in Town ,. ,.., I. ,.

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First National Bank
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Established Over Twenty Years


UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY

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Mlr-. II. (. HR'nmHbert of Lawt.'i ip
ill thef 4it. '.i atlti her tit he-r. Mrs.

K: K t iidler m.e i pi. ja r it-to troetth.. 4
i'e i1..aaal. aid I"satthatA. orhL. at lWO,~!
SVa iA ia, il t h.e ity '4-,tv d
I). KE Gioe m ad4.. i :141 "it. of high
arri~t~i ll O c(l
Aitid all e'iad thOw grvatvt Ipd iu[441
I I e# %%tak h-t.
'onini ilat 'an N(, 'a7thi and c'antinu
ing utilth th areI vr haii iaP lant) ColI
test clothes %t- mill 0%*-'%of#--, for
t4*%#,1,.% $1 pair. l 'I t Io, .L i.aI &.aI-


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POUNO.
FOUND-GoM Mauoalc charm. Own-
er ea have same by paying for thib
notice aad proving property. W. L
Pesbus.


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WILSON


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