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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 5, 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: VID01657
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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SPECIAL VENIRE ORDERED



FOR BEXLEY-OSTEEN CASE


This Case Set for Thursday Morning.-Several Civl

ases Disposed ol--Grand Jury Reports.

Th. -, ,,lnil l.iv (of the' rprliiR terni from the' jury tbox all nanies rtnmain
,of llrh ('ire tilt ( urt ftr Ahlchua count Ing in said tox. aId i)%--l to the'
1v I oii1\ .1 o at :. (l(chlck Tu-s.da) sheriff a special vienire. returnahle.
Thursday morning at 9 o'clock. said
mnoTrin lit- Ifl, irh .I.nIt .I T .
Wnanames to Ib- ubied In securing a panel
'ill. preiin in the case of the State is. I,'xly
.Ist at t Ih- Colti et .ll g of th. (iourt and Ostet'en.
%'ln A It xl\ i aI t l 'rit ,T t()t.. Civil Cases.
charged itlh niurde r of W\ 11 Mr. r) During the forenoon the trial dock-
land. and I) IM l1,ai\eil en al I. \1I '* was taken up. and the following
Kelle 11%. iho IIiin-t f. lOie t('h rt:r. ,eof i il cai'es dlsioseMod of:
aiurder n ithle. c.oi ei \\ S llar-. '. A. Ste'e.n & ('o is.. E. K. Ande.r
acr re brought into court t,\ a d.IptI\. .-)i. au.sunl.opit. continued.
ld took Il.mitiOI oin th.,e' rini i. i Jo phin.e 1 Abbott vs. Phifer
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COLUMBIA COU NTY HOUSE RESTRICTS SPEED
WILL REMAIN DRY


PROHIBITIONISTS WIN IN SPIRIT
ED CONTEST MONDAY

The Victory Celebrated Monday Night
by a Parade of Men. Women
and Children.

I.AK: C(ITY. Mla. 4 i0i. ef Ihi.
Iiit exC'itllI> el'et11oll te l hie 11l III
this11 C e>inll l> e'inld d la.t niltliht wili,'
Ille polls clonel'd on tie ewI *nlil
dri" conite-lt. ;and ('olunibia r. iimi .i
idr ba a majority 'if aliout 1::'.
The ltoth, in Lake' C'ilt yga a the'
dr s .':::. s, 1.;.4, Fort W\\hilt, dr.?
74. ~ic s;. (Columbia Cit.. dr.s c:".
aet. 14.; lienitonll. drys 7. wrt ii.
Iells .Mill. dr) 2::. lts.* 4.. \Water-
tonl., ilr).s 7. a.s 7,. I.ulu Khe.v the
ldr>- a majority of 9.
The' contall t was hard loiliht. and
ill c'\er'r Ipreciincti in liake ('it the
wotli'tnl and children rencmaiie-d at the'
ioills all day in th for teiiimp-rance itli shonlgl alld lhlead-

lIast night the' Lake Cit\ Iand
headed a Iparade of about :.00,i men.
woinl'n and (childlreti. lho eIbe'lerail;te
it i lr\ hlctory.

I r -1a-'- inanndgrand larceii.. a true
tell
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c* uI' rnivi .1 i.lilir .il ar. a true bill
8 :t l;l '. I \'W alk .r l-,a;tllllt
it lt ilit. l i,.ir l t .I lriue bill.
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OF AUTOS IN FLORIDA


Coca-Col Had Close Cal-Bankers Given Hearing.

Session of Senate Was Sort.


T lI.Al.lASSI::. N.l) 4--After a
loin i di.ic l h-ioni l tlhe lloiI yet.U' rday
pace-l the l u Ihipot ltill restrhltlinl the
s|l-erod of alutolnobllile'a o ti 11'wenty miles
ian hour in lthe HStat. and requiring
chaiiffe'tur to help ladles or children
to the. horses twome frightened The
Ihill originally Ls( the maximum sipeed
at pwe\'n l illes,. but it was amended
to taenil and then tIpased after much
discushionll
('Ci-cola canicne near getting Into
their anti narcotic Ihill In the afternoon.
The anti narcotic bill was underr on.
sideration when Represeintative
Stokes offered aln anlindlliin. includ-
ing cococola in Its plroviuions. The'
ameindnnll't l t.a lwing argued when
.adjouiinment was taken.
The Ilouse p'asIeId to the. third read-
ing the hill rohibitiingthe inter
nmingling of the ra.ccs or sexes among
lirisonierl in thet county jails. The
ill was unfair oraIlil rep'lrted be-
ca'usll of the' e'\ilHe-ene it as stated
would halc to Ite incurred by coun.
tie'~ in c(haiigiingK re.sen.t j aill to (e>n
formti ith the la-.
Se.'-li l l ii n-ll e.l llook thle stand.
tihow r. that the principle was of
irr',:iT,,r inliportal ice. than Ithet exleinsce.
wi 4 l 1li -411ie ci'ountl cs ininght Il* pulat to
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-tock Iby railroads. Indefinitely post.
polled unanimously.
lHoune 11ll No. 35. by Mr. Davsl of
Madicon Prescrlbing the manner of
conditional sale of personal property
where, Immediate delivery and colaUl
ued ihwcesslon are given, tIvalid as
against subsequent purchasers.
pledges. mortgages and other Itk
holders in good faith and without no-
tice. unless recorded, and pr-erlblan
the method for recording the same.
Mr. Chase spoke aganlt the meas-
ure.
Mr. Stokes spoke for It
Adjourned during debate.
Afteruea Ses eee
A resolution was ltroduced by
Mr. Calkins of Nassau. and adopted.
that the chair appoint a committee
of three to meet senator D. I.
Money.
Senator Heard was made honrary
nlember of the committee.
The Salaker appointed Calklns.
('ox and Thornton on the committee.
The Ieard disfranchaleaeat meas-
ture' was then made a special order
for Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Tranlmell of Calhou lIntroduc-
ed House 11111 No. 4b1. precribing
piunlsihmnlnt for certain misdemeanor.
and under waiver of the rules, the
Iill %as pllaced on second and third
reading and panlud.
1To third reading:
Senate iill No. 16I. Heard, reulat-
lil ot.teopatlihsand osteopathy, to
third r-l adin
Iloiu-se. lIll No i.11. Neeley of Ieon.
Sra:;itii office( of |Iardon attorney.
To Shlrl r'':ialihi
N II .. \W'e II of I L4e requiring


IrI ailte.r lI; Iiiblic nitcliCc Ice l lien when any
' fr""',ii i. I pullii la;iln of State are to be
l solhl 1II la e" traclsc To third readinil
',I 1,,'c 117 I.illchi of Marionl. relating
t '-liooli ( of alligators and lnrpkinn,


Si : ,i klaw hii riv.r Pa,-.sed nlfolrual-
B. i on Se:ond Rce !,.,j
S I l i.' ". : (' of I'olk. Io prohibit the
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S1 I t r <, rtal.Ii other r liar
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6AINESVILLE. FLORIDA. III MAY -'). 19419












THE I )A41Y SUN: ?AI.NEMVALLV .'I,4I(HII'A. M4 4. J9iI


NLWS NOTS FROM

NATIONAL CAPITAL

AN ABLE llSP CnM Y IS[ATOR
BAILEY ON INCOME TAX.

keandal in C*eMW *'lu u nM te a'.
Mee. Taft Often *** C, -
Runabout-New sIt Iss e.

WASHINGTON. D
*sp$-4b of e-nator Itk...
cme tax. one of the- a *' ;.
has be-nQ delierdt-4 ,L :.. : .r ,,L
tbhe Snate for many a .:. -
two days to do-liver. %a r.t. ,
Ing to Lk)Mwrats. sh, r .; .
an unanuerabl alJ .:. ..
few*e of tbe right of Corir--r te, .
az. It(come tIa Mr l:1 ,- ', i .
from counr oitntocs and '**'. *
tlies to mubetantiate hi r',nt-l-.t;
rospertlDn thb consttutiorrl:', ;
Such a tax. and said That tr n. .
Inqusittorial is true. .:t t., r..o_. (
than any other tax To con; -i n .- t')
tell the source of my I ,'-,ce. a do.*-
In the State in which I li-a. i a ;:..
qtlsltorial as to com;pl nm to tell Ith
iamout of my Iomoel As to th
ples that sueb a tax wou!d make u-
Sa nation of liars Mr lail.-y ia:d I
will aot Insult the Ai ercain I-.; ;-
by repeating that charge. but I mill
rpeIl It ua a nlwarranted rt-fl -'ti n
pon our people. I do not think a
Is -respecttna American ritl tx n ill
ie to escape tbhe ;-a- zmnt of a tax
and If I should fnd a man sho ri ,uull
colmmt perjury to -ra(t- taxation I
waoud favor dtafranchling him.
A scandal In toh Census Bureau is
more than hinted at. a fact to ahicr


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,OI-uin %s1u!' fpm., Il t .* 1r.* T. '1.0
fut'.t#. it amuld b- th.- fir.4I 1 ,y, .


tlh Drmocrat to iCon ares ar ju -- -
awakening. Director North i charr- SP MA YEW Oflzr lD
4 with tasmbordlaatioa and it 1 a
question in administration clrel.- POR EXLEY-OSTEEN CASE
wbether be has the. capacity to ad


cuatlieW the arfais of tbhe c e-tis
flice*. The ojpinion obtAilns tbat If?
Noirths revrsaitlgon % .III ba be- Ik.
within the no-it few daf Ir Nirlh
biM*#-If de-dirs's to dt-cop:" th- nv-itt.-
entimlyl eree t to e2 that L.* -Ia-
t intended to ro,.!In
At the State I k-partmo-w nt ajrproar4
tions are- in prrogre-mi f.)r A ('moii.
readjustmuent of ir t,:td).
with the- flntio5 E W hi' ,rl'. t#. e f,!
lo W tis er-niaetnM* litOf th 11- -' A r if
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SA the ncctuary family cook-
L rirv be done as well on a
New Pcrfection Wick B!ue
--; _I. -,' Flame Oil Cock-Stor ac on
the be;t coal or wood ramge.
Ey uil the "New Pcrkc-
j' tioton"Oil Sto-e, the annoyance
Sof an overheated and stuift
- kitchen is entirely avoiddeven
in misurrmer. The scicntdic
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'ERFECION


Wick Blue Flamea O1 Cook-Stove
ensures quick work and a cool kitchen. The "New Perfection"
has a substantial CABINET TOP for warning plates and keep-
ing food hot after it is cooked. Also drop shelves on which to
set Sia cooking utensilrs-vcry coovenienac, even to ban
for hol1ag towls.
MAde in three sisa. Can be had either with
or without Cabinet Top. If not at your dear's,
write our nearest Agency.


i Lamp_ md of bra,
finely nuckled
SjIa( d wy bdsoom G ves a
powwki l ght and bw for bown wth one tIlli. Porutbl
afe, coaevewat--uw what every bome neds
If ot ith yo dealr, wt or newest agncy.
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despatch, and we guarantee satisfactin. We n::ina';n
a complete Tax-P:yir. Agency. wh.ch yu s.io ji emp'ov
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As fire turns water to
steal s, Scott's Emulsion
transforms thin, imnilur
blo()l into pure, rich blo, l,
giving nourishment ;l.1
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fre'htin ntlset; K A. Taylor,. Itamini.ri.
ai\. conintitte'. on Ide.orationsl ; .I,-
l:inie.- II K Ta lor. W. It. Ta leir.
.and J I). String ellhow ha\e co tns'ntedi
'o ,'t as icha;llertions.


NEW YORK ACTRESS


PArisia Sage Made Her Hair Grew
Two Inches in Seven Mouths.


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CAPUDINE for THAT HEADACHE.-
Out la tni~ght" !1I0'vada('h4'anid nar'
,it -this nmornting? lkQCajeudlim
t thing to fit ou for busineem
0,' e head bjrac'es the' nerves
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IhI ll il to> M-i;1|lo gmlle, there'
flo t' ere tinni hle to do nnlch ipl;atiiin
,'in eitir ri.ide. t' he score' I.ing 17 to
11 in falor of Micanojly
A PLAYER

dliousness and Constipation.
For \e'r., I was troubled with bil-
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141. lh iiliv i f thlit e .'. tltenl to itio it.I,
rk I. i' I i.1il1 Mr-- lo-;S 'lPott,.
ir'!;;i Lh.lii. l i. Tlhe .- t;.ta le, ts' ;are
-.ii. 1 .I11 all irtnlgi tst .

The habit of answerlng ads. that
p Kal to you sl one that will keep
nu interested in the Ufe you are U-
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"A State campaign for a sane Fourth
'A movI 'ment to scu'lll ali. IE
comfort -tlaiois In tlh a Itn 1~ |I!




' An iln i til tin of the publi institution
S r tcre of dare ondent and datnu.
A cir aman to th e pSe.
oo"A ta Ole count forays a tate Fourt
"A movement to eur. w an
ph.li,'laii In every public Institution
where there are woten Itanmates.
**A rampalin to secure the plee-
woods of OdIe county aS a State for-
est resrve.
"A rampalgn for the pauWg of
the Eastern forest reserve bill. estab
lishlin a reserve in the Appalachans
and White Mountalns.
"An effort to secure worw's dorn-
itories at the Unlversity of mllnol."

If you desire a clear complexlot
ta:ke Fley's Orino Laxative for con-
stil|atlon and liver trouble as It will
stinmulate these organs and thorough-
Iv cle.ansee your .ystem. which is
uihat v'try-one a.-eds In the spring In
ordl. to feel well. J. W. McCollum
& C(I

If you have lost or found anything
lo not fail to keep your eye a the
classified advertising coam.

If It's printed staUoery yo want.
rhbe Run office Is the place to get It.


NEAT COMPANY
JA-KS()NVILIX.. ORIDA
.e'te etteLt of Po.rtale a cid Istatct,
l'.tietuei c %t,' prs god % w5 illw aS
W',eud-Woerklng lMeehincry silklmim
of -&% Ieltlng mmd lIin tMD ulw~Ul.
% c h e i many tbosandd of mat-
il eam: c'tuhCe'w whO uW testify to
theritrer I?~ .ct car It ll'sa
4 cel l*pt m c ur I'tI ,%and TK3M.4
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%% v .,av:t, :vrvel Socuthers Aiemta
Samlt.i A Iki-tl will ring our
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Specifications and Contracts Prepared by Competunt
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THK PAlEY SlN: I4AI1NNEVIWLE, FLORIDA. MAY b. 19119


'pa. PROCLlAMATIONB By GJLi


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Office in H arYMfre 12'.. k#- .. **
~W. atut'nu45. v1-rno v~,y. .*"'** 1' 4' '
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G Mosdy d4.her d byI-i -nIh the I hev410
IdMo t my paut ml lb rt of. pUtiv ',! I. I Ogg.

meabew pnote ferLye we*,-, .trlkty in hpit .


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Ipptklt w
Te Tiicem.We krn N ran rett Fe ri p
.-um paper. pubashe4d eve-y 4 .t. lM y a.A
.h.bfte. sad oeBtates a: the r-rs of the
iee. oct, e e sad r gere-. esd a';' ,e
lttol. p~ aee frm. to say prt of the Vit-d
f5Omte r ('as for $ Is o year--o ad vanc
A ed rtim i I bi e owmee due at:er f.rst
lpe ee advertsd t emt. mm esk etherwRi.
empalasdi metrA Parti not kaows toe*
Se qe qued payfor t advetitlng i ad4-
0 as. A4dr, TH3 DAIl V SCI.
GAurMvILa, PLa.

A mIa who has an empty cup may
rightly wish to have It filled. but the
wia with a tfu cup will do ,*l11 t8
bold It rnnly. In other words a man
say rightly wish to become wealthy.
but the uee twho has wealth needs
to us I Wi, e and to learn the
mOmlga ot -ef."

The cause of church union, which
has for Its object the amnalafbiatlon
Sde-omlatuinaion to one or two
er tasked bodies. has received a
setback through the decision of the
Tenessee court relative to the dis-
poal of the property of the Cumber-
lad Presbyteria Church which a
few years ago was merged Into the
Presbyterlan Church. It is to be
noted that the decision is the reverse
of that given in other States where
the sane or adullar question has
ia a.4 u.e


Senator Elihu Root, in hik ojs-ning
address to the menitiers of th- ttl!tr.
annual meeting of tho- Am.-rivc.n A
clety of International Law. in '.V-h-
lanton. recently. exnjror."l thh' e ,illI
loa that diilautes ln~okit Ih. r.Khe
of nations can bv seCt t.-A .t h JU .4 a-
and equity far twtt'*r rhromi h thmi ijtt-r
atlonal court of arlitr.mtion thaii
through the fln. hand of dI *'I4iir44-iu
Senator Romt ma-d' a i.tr'eii 1 .i fear
the tr'ognhitlon oif a I ert!4ri4. li!tI i? r
national tribunal. t.''r i f fi- tI.11i
who w jud yicmint m. %wIil tii. uitiftil tsid.-
lyv tii iaL rb%-',. ,=?- r atoyI
equit' and ln, itt,,.* w i r,"#, A 3 1 1 *-:.
local or I??4 4iil.0 j r. .

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Its n-tin q'alit. f. r f, .;hfu t..* -,
all being a tru.- riot'orLr rrti. -
"In thoseJ portions ,tf ??.. S'.t. tin
which there are no carnation. nro*
in bloom. It is r,-rconri.' r-.d. .1 t :t *' "
white rose be used in.te ad. the- r,,-
bei-i unlv-ers.ally r-cogniz,*d as th..
queen of all flower.. It also I~),pos.e..,
the characteri-tic- of th. carnation
"It Is recommended that th,. variou-
churches arrange a Pultahle program
for Mother's Day. Sunday. May 9.
1909. and that each lxer)on pay soime
suitable special attention to his moth.
er, if she Is living, and to her memory.
If she is dead.
"Done at Tallahassee. the Capital.
this l t day of May. A. 1D 1-9'*,.
"ALIDERT W GII.rCHRI T.
"Go-vernor of the State of Florida
"lty the Go, .rnor:
"H CLAY ('"tWr\\VO ).
"Seoretarv of Stat.. '


SOUND ARGUMENT.


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Win Keep You Well

A OUARANTEED CURE f'r '1 teases produced by TOR.
PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not f..l your system
whth Are.-..c. Ca.o- ei a d C- a *. They act as ra'-. po.seoe


which v.:. te th blood. d t"..ta*' the system. and :ave a tra
of bad sy.rbpme whicl require yea- to ci:terats. HERB.
INK a purely vege.ble and conta ns no mireraii or narcolo
paseoa bis asno'ue.y harnr es ard is t.e simp; rrredy of
aatura It cares off al poisoa a the system and leaves a
junome effct.

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IUMDIES FAM=IL
Mt. L. A. e.. Tis. IfedelnT e" t I
k ts bed for eight mouths with liver table, to
docter se ed e ae g W d ood. I was td to try
Merbina, sad It cured me Is a e rt time. I cmn
i-eemmm this weod~ fl ledicie blhiy.'
TAKE IT NOWI

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FROM FLORIDA PAPERS.

The Prohibition 'Amendment-Had
It occurrt-d to %>u that ipossihly the
whi-k.-y men could knock out the'
prop;o:-d State. prohibition anind-
me-nt on th- ground that all acts
of th' ;r'. sent Legisilature arce uncon-
st it ut i',al The. cor nstitutio;n I ro-
\id,.- ft..at th,. !L*.i- l ur.- ;hall c',n-
' i-t it l -nil- r,, ai:a the- o r#
,,< t! .. o.! ,n- I -tr ,' r
1 th.- I.N !s'tr- of 'ht 7 fa'-re. '-
*' .. r-a i< ri.t ! t% ?he- 'n-fi-itutini I'. rr\ 11' r t!

The Negro and Disfranchisement-
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THE DAILY SUN: OAINLRVILL. FLORIDA. M Y V. 1919 5


CITY COUNCIL HAS

LENGTHY SESSION

MUCH BUSINESS TRANSACTED
BY THE NEW CITY CADS


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NManulfd(turime 1('(I S Ic
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Ilarlaiar' 4et $1 i7 -'1 1
$8. C C 1P. (It144k g I
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Many a GaCneevolle Cotien finds the
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111tit?' $ 244. 4 a.IIR-R%I 14''-'. IeI'tI'eIR i 111 allah ot iffuI
li 4 k Iii (*4 $. 5.;. ( irI t-, %ill.' Ftc PtmaIr' and Mii
Iro.o fiit 44chi llo' Work-A. S$1. --,c'I.Ned Wi~lliamus.
It-rui. tt $-,. NMilhir & VIdal. S5I T75; Itaird Ihard-
IRee karv Co(.c SOci; ,It. IF. Miller. 1i
W It I IllIf o r (Co.. $6 43.1 IA tifcrh &

IDut~toten 4ffl(csr, Fuind -Ahic'huaa Count%
:faltcticfl. .At-mtra't (Co .1 J.; JNI. Dull. $41c. T

4; im4 I Icit T Arno% $41
I ':irai Printinug Fund I ). Ii% Still,$4%~7,
Fri.s i"re. Fun~d-W. S ih4I, %>X&CoI"
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noi. Tricild ikroon and MI.. '. Wi t

A Living Skeleton
Is the' fiwil cicttetit1 of JI anyI child
that has worniR If it ha .'s. Think
Ocf hba 1i friniefthing iI Ic cur stcnuich
that vats all yam take- as r cnriolnhi-n1et.
Nin.'.tcnths of the' iablcivs hae' ~wornis
niaybw eoUrw has. Ite' certain that
it ham not b% giving it Whilo-'s Cremni
V'.'rmifug. t ci ,iwIl lall wornis and
is a tonic for the hatley. Pik. 2.)
:~nts. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

School Board Meet.
The' CouicoI Schee cic B Icard we're' in
-v'-caotti iwcarlY sall of ),,se'lerday. a full
timaard ltceiIIIZ jrul'i-?t. Tisi -tis the
-ca4114R 1 cf the %,-.ir 14411the-ir hlamr-
cla.a- 4. icc a I 4t I am c 4-tcIG- t 1, 0
(if I~cc! ll.- icfR."111-11cc ha%.
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CAUGHT FOR SELLING BOOZE. Dr. Bc. S. Wai

Alachua Negro Brought Here on
Charge of Handling "Corn."
IDeuty Sherif E. Marclonny r
brouKht to thin city Monday Sam snr H I *.
Willianl. a nelgro of Alachua who iny S iuE N T IST O
charged with selling boo t and who
was arrested in that town and l.rd
$.12 anid coltn .* Gi e. r F
The dark.)y has he,.n auspetued for Graham Building, Eat Ma a
suoie time hut the officers have ten Street, North.
unale,' to .secure. any evidence that
would Iw esuffichi nt for conviction un-
til Sat rndn. evnling. 'he.n thev ', r Crm l IMI Wet
rewarded by catching him with the
g oisl and in thb \cry act of discos A Specialty.
itig of '.n411,' of the' liquid.
IHf w~;i%. ilI'cI in jail and iill M
-i'.n a h,.irinig a t this t. rm ocf citou t AHAIESM-S EXHi-
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THE SUN AND MERCHANTS' CO-OPERATIVE

CONTEST VOTING COUPON II


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AAAL~OY 11b. FL FAMZ


WO AmS COULD NOT CURE
MCIEAS VoTE

WORS HARD ARHAND WEEPIN ECZEIMA
sOME PIlaS. *


MOthing Like Thie Contest Ever Be-
fre Inaugurated in the County
and All Are Enthuesaetic.


Nothing like the, ('c-O)le ratkic ('cin-
test was ever t.fcere. Inailliiratel iIn
this county itnd the' retiullt I prslro ii
a gmat adcrtit,-'mrnt foer the' mi-r h
ant%. Not only are the h lidates. at
work themnsewle. Imt the%' hat \ iheir
friends astir canva.rling for vote-(
ad working ul. trade for the large
biumlbT of burlnceih I(*eoul) lil the
omblne. The clubs continue to come
to this police and the merchant arec
continually making new cul*to(iirs,.
it belng kno ii that one stores has
already found it necessary to In.
crease their help to wait on the
crowds.
Followlag is the result of the count:


Gaalesllle -Central Section.
Jeemse Evans............122,990
Nell DBCosta ........... 121.470
rstelle Real ............ 51.110
Beale Carver .......... 43.423
Marguerte Ledbetter.... 39.390
Lamm Colcouoh ........ 27.275
Gertrude Harrod........ 19.510
Helea Holder .......... 13.400
Kate Daughtrey.......... 9,295
Nora talls ............ 6.590
Blsache Thompeon ...... .14:"
Mary Pernandes ........ x.'.)
Myra Swearlingen....... .1341
Alice SBhaer ........... 4.430
Aura M. Lewis. .......... 4,!:;t
N. W Taylor .......... ,
Mamie Crouch ..... 1.'1
Mabel Willimnrs ........ 1.31:,
Grance' ull.rd .......... .1.i t
Fannle Whitlngl........ 775
Ella lial.e' ............. 6..
Willie Rtrtronl ... :.
Grace loverr ........... mI


Mildred McArthu ....
Pannie Iturkhlm .
Joanna Morris........
Rettle Go s .. .. ......
Maude McKay ...
Dolly. VlrInL ............
Willie. Chestnut ...........
H. '. llaliilton ......... .
SU le' Malllilf ........
Alma IcFnnIll ..........
Ielle Mou '> ....
W iV li. li ton ... ....
Kit!% Ii.-hliard.-n .


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Eastern and Southern District.
Miss IArna Ni C'r.-ll,. .l(icanolpy T '.l.-
Mias Mal'l Nr'l'redli*. .lIca iiopl *.!*!.
MiRs E Klla Jull.. (ir% t i ln e-ight. I'.il
Mli- Piaulii:' (':l Itoiii. Nllcn
no y) IT2. .
Ml hs 'ist .-i- \\, ', i i t1 i : h I ...
%! ir- A !,i'- Z'.* i it e r, lits 1 I ',7.7'
Mlio- llrt- 1' it e l. ';i: ih;lttk 1 '"
N I. I'i ti, /. i. :. t:, I' S, .
M is, I- :iit i t (;iialt; i b I II h IK 0'.'.c1c
.% i-- ('tcl l' i Ccll. t'i i >\l lic<. ;r


Disease Began over Ear and Sp-ead
till Faceand Neck were Raw-Itch-
ing, Inflammation and Soreness
were Terrible-Lasted Over a
Year and AlI Treatments Failed

UNTIL CUTICURA AGAIN
PROVED GREAT SUCCESS
0 -
"FrwjAnrvI l'**in onv-r th, t,,p of mr
ear. It rarke-r l ,il ti n.n I iL ir i
prp erf 1 11-14 t lane
dit fr, ,nt -l'M*T. r 1***'
trid a veoralI t ins* '.t
they did te' n, 1 .r-ti.
At last ,ori' .i.. f mr
AO. fa and my nrwek rlen'r
a3 < Jl i r1 l>.ir n cr raw .
tL _t wal ter'a 'r fit 1 f it
e) that I lad to, wear
medil'ated r, <.lton. and
it wano w infllaiiI and
moI that I had toi put
a Ipi"e of eleth ovrr my
Pillow to kW the water
rom it. and it would
stain the croth a nt of
yellow. The ft'rma itcrhd so that it
sevmnd f thouIh I onuld trw" my face
all to p Th dir'a e helgan in the
fall and I did everything for it until the
ait winter. Then I heran to us the
Cutklura 8ap ind Ointment. and it
W not b ore thn threw months rWfo.
ft. was u. I till u0l the
CutiUm l R llrpl t Pai on in a while
to dians the loud. I m vy thank-
ful that Itr| Cuticira. and I n
rwfomiead It to any onw. Kim Ann
IWo Hm, Northield, Vt.. Dec. 19, '07."

GROWS HAIR
CettIefm =mas Deadruff amd
Seethes Itching Scalps.
Warm shampons with ('uticura Sp,
and light dnwveingin with ('Cutkiura, ,rc-
vent dry. thin and falling hair. rem,,>ve
eruast. sav mand dandlruff. d'-trv
hair paruaitev. soothe imtated. itching
surface. stimulate the, hair f,.llilew.
lonmA the scalp kin. Puppllv the" nr,.t
with energy and nouri-hirnmnt, ant
make the hair irow tupo a wer-et.
wholeome, he lthlv salp l wh othwr treatmi nt fails.
ciimpiir internal ad InIefn1s Tfertment f
veIry limur of Incfat. ('bliden amn Adults or,**
Sf tr'uIlrsr -...p (<:q e. to (Iert ip t.e r 'st kU
S( nt e It W Io I le lrl t hr w in ndI I'atli-
r m K ..wnv'i ;: <..twr ..r m oi- '>r-n .r %. .* ..'a
0i. Cc rInty 9)w ptc| c.
l4 t Iunl t* slrkt w Pftr If ruls & l 'b a.
Corp. .Il*" Prer*r. W t.aon. M .
C mOLN= Vem c cuw sasu o 5 1A Desis


1 ihss (e'ttruiad' (;tiiiii. fijegum'
.NI -4 Katie' Akiti. Aire-cdoiielc
M Le Iuciida llr' ii.t. Ie I..
MIIss I' larl Nlee'tcrl.#. Altiuli
Nlh-s % faIw :C(ato. AMach'hia
Na is r.% I fart. llaracie-
a i -e ('l.ira Sceiit. liaI
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I .N i Ni-.zi Nart.'Cr. %a e*iji.a
%f cis izie Smi.h. .vorr
Miiss !Mi iitie Stoirk. Al cit ii;
A rs. J. FV Parke-r.I~A('rfcs~e

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NU s EmFmit \VtN~illi~ani-z.Trentrits


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STRAUS ACCEPTS EAR

POST IN TURKEY IEW "ARe olaTEI


1.ii lI t cciii) Ii~. etc '. c' Iccig1~ t i f of I t I
c i I lie11' I c INI
11hillm that b It I c-hi f. II lit o 1~[: Sl; til- i I rI 1 Ic ti
tillio.1 11 1 4 lr ~ i~r I as ,~ I~
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fr fill~' ~ ~J'. **S I A loof l it 11.6C1!1d 1c 'If if S 1 3 .
t4e tc i'acrisia


atF ( o r r e a tim ;k9 it IIci t Scm
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Iec r.- eiorit ,i m f I itr a U w a'c ill -1 I i 41 1I o

licitie' 'cit ilc cc is hItoIcuriie, i tji
lI cr *r 11cr--~lI~'( it 'I -''.1 1cE.; cecc l;c11 :! St l' .1 t'i

re'u~~ ~ ~ *r-i'a- 'ati


'iSl tre'atin ti i .r |Iri inouii'celd it iticur
;teI tic nc' hias ir)rm n rtarrh
t'O twI a cii'i tltiitio l in l disea'.-' iandt
therIfore'fr, rc'cliir,-s co(roislttitonal tr';iat
meit. Halls C'atarrh ('Cire. manufal
:ureld hy '.. 'hCen'y & ('o.. Toll-dco
(hio. in the onilly cuitittiona i cl cure
in the' narke: It is taken inte-rnall)
In doestc. from Ii dro,-s to a tca'n lioi-
ful. It acts directly on the hhblod and


If )ou vait tot feet1 s e-ll. limwk sqli
ladie Iwe t l. take' hc114c"l% s tidic'%
Re'nie'd %. It tuctiet'tilt fii. le- in.% aI !
1lolileie r. jitirift.,% t he' temlew an3td 1i,
etforo-,' he alth iand ?.t r. tit Pc t .I
t- take a nd contain- tino hatruilf i I
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Ht nIceltti & (C)



RF.ORT OFF TIlE' CONDITION


mucouts s tr''of thit- v sxtim. Thu%-
offr4 ni' hunidre-d dollars for aiiW
case' it fails to cure'. Send for circuI
fars and to('timon/l als. Address.;,.zU1
F. .1. ('CiENKY & CO.. ToIedo. 0.
gold bvy eriiggists. A- ,i.,tc..tc1141. an the State tif icrrda .At lht-
Tak' i all' Family Pills for C-oen or mInc. A vrtl t'4'-
I1.0:.' eted hI%(ccdYt*S.4;'c;~i-
Mayor's Court Monday. c4i-411c t4!' old. .Cl ( i cci" eiC c
T i Crt AUt a long list (if.t wo- d% I, h -il
laii i N otta b t I'lki llcl'. torU 1tile'" ftC I '.t'
I116PIA1. -rvU111W% tc. 1# 4 4. 4.
the' grc'ate- r iciattih r (c! i ih- (c.a.%.- 4 ,1et I- iti.. Lc.. ti htci" hTc t.Irr v et ct1:X1 i wtcit' I ..t*!
.r %v.t 6.. rw -14 C i: I
cu11 taNic .r 1 Ia't l'ccflI Ic' 31.1
Jackson 'At r,- c h0r137-l 1 th tjezihtJipf -
the' W~hita' cccceciuin lcc-Itj i& ~tita-l, $'. :ei : ;'.''.ci1,cc*' 4, '. -A~
I liet ee111 r I cc c '1i's' edt plI a~cI is 1 1 ,I c 'Ii cc 'c ..: c Icc c'
Swraleet' i'at t .4. % c 1,4111e. 1 1'c o!I H t 1 1,-
aw 4) I t tI ct'I' i 1lito I-zli i iz
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Wedns'ay, May S


GAINESVILLE


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VAUDEVILLE


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Dav 'ii *is ',' l* Oliver
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SavIs & Oliver


DEBTS CULOLECTI
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4 THIRD FLOOR
DLUVAL oCILVr.OG


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THE IAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FL.)RIPD. MAY 3. 1909


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
LETTERS PATENT.


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Tuner and Rehuilder
Fa'tiiate"a Fiirrni!h*1 I'rnot-I lyandl A;
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Irer~nar:
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04el ,i ttl,' i~e~e- I iet I%%; ir ..'a' D R-(;FO- s. WAIJL.PO,
elri( 'a l, s 'eIetI! due 'II~ e f' I 'li'I ...
at! re.. ee~ .* i.I eri.. le-iDIENTIST--
''.e;)~ I... i'Il~ltIar. '-cc,1 f.1 1 'alef 1 t ;il'I .i
ti I aie'- 1Graha buim Building, East "ain Streft
ttle -. 11211 I i. ti. l -!?811Phone 51. Also Lotng OItrae
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distributing votes is undesired b
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by the proprietors


O;;ij Pit turf, ::r~e


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 ],hare alike in the distribution, leading business houses
have joined in thle combintiuation to give away Two Handsomne Pianos and One
)ianmind ling to residents of Alaclma county in three different sections. These
pro(greC.--i\ve firml- \%ill give ( ne \'ote for eaich p enny spent with them.
The pialnos will be purchl-.sf,' from the A. I. Harper Piano Co., Jacksonville.
In thle even It of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will lie given eiach of tlhoe timing.
Th- *ineillft C i n Will ,imrhrace the ity and suburbs and loecon-
The Gainesville Section I'"""d"a iAntit( tandsi an dlit e ,' N Ion.
I~lm n UCntOWHII VdVllVl wil,'l to a radius of four mile-s in 'ach direction.
Th"e I'wiinner in thi, 1i-triirt will in- awarded a IIANIS(ME DIAMOND RING.

Eastern and Southern Section \\"I" ,ukiii,,' ts'.:"r 'iui from 'r-
cl li alle ; l it ciit- W iutl-!'. ,1,,1. llaim l: r1. I,;lil < :r v, ., ('aimp, vill. \MieanIo y,
Iake \'iew. Tl' o.iia i:i -il ll points altlli li.ne oif T. tv .1.I. tv. NE I'IANO.

Western and Northern Section "1!c"'i'""',tii;,i'" ""'.."" '"'s
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Tne Bir'Ai Hcu. C. .'c-.. t .LIu L-d.ly j. 1 f i-A i.* r do lriid.
N FrancL u BaJiana Hoube, Fruits, Etc. 4 Ilr the, *'" lit a ta'lrlate d'ctdu' j tJ lth-
Edd, s V~, Co. Lumber and Bu, d;,n Mater al. lrw: r I r-m I h rc-. lith ca lidate- L ( ll nf t heo
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EEWS 9F 1T AND

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MATTERS OF GENERAL INTEREST
iCURIbO Y SUN REPORTERS.

Whot Mn Nappeed and What is O
oft to NMappeo-Pernal and
Goetal tewm of the City.

Ty'lwe'rlt r, to re-it W" I. I[-nharn
"Orady's Hotel." New Baird Thea-
tre tonight.
Amateur vaudeville tonight. "Soew-
thing doing."
Small Star hamni Just rer-if.ed
Saunders & Karie.
L. J. Kaibht of Ia(rrose was in
the city yesterday


-That Qartt," In songs and chor.
ues. New tleird tonight.
W. J. Hodge of Alachua was a via
Nor to Galnes\ille ye;trrda.y
Fresh line of cakes and crackers
ust arrived. auaders & EarJe.
Five or 6 does n ill1 cure any
cse o0 Chills and Fever. Price 2 e.
J. B. Padgett left yesterday for a
.short htmstie e ist to Jacksonville.
B. Jeflrds of High springs is
aimoe those here this week attending

H. Ladwig. the thosphate miner
of Ttogk was transacting business in
te city yesterday.
Misses Belle Oeler and Annie
fLewitt of Wado were shopping In
the cit yesterday.
A. R. Harper. the piano man of
JacksoM lle. was In Gainesville for
short while yesterday.
Mr. ail Mir Norman Taylor an re-
Joring over the arrival of a hanIlmm on
baby girl which cran a fe dayp inc~.
Pliaks Chll Teale is guarateed to
Sr chills, fever, colds sd tagrippe.
Ptiee Me. Sold by W. M. Jeoaoma.
Co. Ired Cubberly of Cedar Key.
IU. 8. Attorney for this district. wasi
piaong the visitors to the clt )be-ter-
Iy.
Victor McKlnstry. who is employed
At Tioga. is spending a few days in
th city with his wife and other re.i:t
.tlves.
Robt. McKinstry of Jacksonville
arrived Ia the city yesterday and will
spend a short ali;le. tIere ~i t-,itic ti,-
family.
J. T. Roland of High Springs ar.
rived In the city yesterday. having
been lsurniamoned as a w ltliI-e tmfI;ro
cirAcut court
C. I) I)eaitiiee. geilm ral ,uiil 'riiitcend
eat of the Ihltton Phophate. (Conl-
pany. Is in the. city on hu-ie.-sS cCil
sected lith tIlie colllitll
iMrs. C A M:arks lld lttle -n. C
A., Jr.. were, li tors tl tIhe-' c11i .% *
terday, ha liis mie l for ti e rtrip>e'
of el lltinlg the flirnel r pi;Lre nti
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yii-eioutla tear .I kAar iar ill- .41ld 'Ill

autn i riplp, i- I!P. r.latI a l

Mli s fe- ...4. It ltIi .P. lif High
Sill itaeca. A lite Ila-, 1 '04-4-11 fal i ll-ts
..PAYt f*%%fe' l~-11 o ti ita i~lii
1',lmdt I i tfce ill- tii i'e e lit ur
bolishe 9e 434erI I
IF M 0 (eo Ican 1.41 )@ ee'raia fit[Al
Itasa.' at. % liew e ie'It- saIl ol i 'iii fti .r
theW 1e'.1af1'-0 la) (Piltbhefh'O lie'
fortne'rl) lie'd ItsfI tant it atnal Ii i. it
large' circle' f If-lemidis there
I lla1111110, e' (a,1i111 U1 a ll t-e' 41c1111.
c hasaii ee'1, '-rivit,el Iti l ee4r tIll.-
hillitta I It! I c I f I t I eI
filaataeial Iiram te' j i i to 'a.'
The DMiute. It titis cI it 1 Is % t~ lie.li
of jesih Andl istllil li taI .o U-1ilel.
for it r jaepi 'li eii i"me


Roamb bis eeadeveI I s at*. NMa


hamU Al.. as iarrlt' in Dth city andi
will be the guest of her daughter'.
Mrs. Chas A. Falrcloth. North Phlas
ant street. for the next few das?.
T. ii. IIItch. Juilmp ina. i tor o( the
A. C. L. for thhi st-ionI. is aniolo
the visitors to the cit\. Hei. a:-
sunituolatd herera. a itne*is il a
I blind tiger' cwaw that sill coroi,' Upi
from lHiKh HSlringl .
V!rs S. A. ilaliindig asnd Mli-. banr.d,
\'Veriino left ,'t,*erda. fer .lhili t*
*hevre- they will la'iind the linext e -
'r-Ial .dna'. a(t hilng the former" i on
II. Illaudin ,. a ho I., coieiicte'l
uiith It,( I)uttou (Companii.
I i\t*-ri<*ni c,.ttuaiige ri':L oni block
vlalt,.. itir.e, formellt.) o il|itil
ia V' i. 4;rande; city at' r. r h.a-
::sc i ..:- iev rage. hath. a:iAd ali
ieilern r, ( ii\ n niicl -. AI'iIe1 t', .I r
II I McCr('r<.,r or Sun ollifv
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Sairi, tonight.
1'r. I \. i a ;-* I" r (..' *
Slil'i 1. r- A& Karl.
1 a SmIallll (of larg 1 .r '
It' \ i t 1- ti(.. il
Pile and Bourl have something new
"up theer sleeve" for tonight.
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SMr Kfi'* S i .rl irar Flnid Ir lit'
daught.Ir ret.r ir d to. the. it ..' ,t.r
day Iafter a pleasant i.iit of -w % .raI
da.y at Alac.hu.
Outbiell All Othbert-Illue Ribbon %a
n lll Iad lemon extracts outsell al
others because of their hgh qualit..
aMrs d el Fruit Flavnor."
Noda ft--Lr tona eat ch Hotel opera
for the hummer May ith. Rates
rOutMo ble. Address Mrs. Celeste
Hinks. IDytoma Bench. rla.
Col. J. R. Willis of tronac n. oneu o
the legal llhts of Levy county. i-
among the out-of-town attorneys at
tendlag this slsson of court.
G. A. Reach, who has been visiting
his family here. left yesterday for hi.
naval stores plant at Floral City. go
ing tla Jacksonville on some busint-es
matters.
Col. J. D. Watkilln of Micaanolu,.
cashier of the bank at that point and
an all-routld pleasant gentleman. wsa.
meeting his many friends in the cit
yesterday.
Mrs. Joehp Sllnchenr. ol Ilirnaing
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1, C. A. Faiirc1'tl:. ( easier of the alx,)'t'-nu~a.mivdloanzk. do14? =itiiiiY !-xar that
the alfbwe !-tatemlelnt ip trut to the best of my v kIiiiwll4 -dgt-m.1 6,elijef
C. A. 'A IRIWL aljer
Su'seri med and -worn to before flme this 2111th flay of A pril, 1 9 '.
W. If. A N I )ElR' iN, .1 u.. Notary Iul -I*c.
C orreet-Atteat: M.If 1. IDei's, T. 'S. hiawls,. O. .HenrY I avi-. j irt-vtonr..


Tis Ba Opeled for Business Jul 22, 107, and Has Earned More

Th 32000 to Date, From Which It Hs Pail $10,000 in Dividends.


Our Individual Deposits Have Increased $106,000.00
Silt lt'lF .:, I'.P i.1. \' lwouilel like to, have a -iar.- of yet ir i,,l l, -.
a1141 iat.s ire V tll 'oiirtlet li a i t l c ll *' rait'.l f t tle*'. li*t t.


--TNE iktCCIORS OF THS IMK:-
J. L. Medl. T. W. Shands, N. ePass,. ry Davis, W. R. Steckert, R. 0. Crawford,
John F. JacksoL Charles A. Faircith.


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