Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 6, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01658
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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i L Setzer of High Springs lead Guty to Cbharge. ', "' Senate Kflls the Harris I Which Sought That Ead.

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11t it to the Ie'etinlg of thi.- t'ttv
council on Fri-dal ti lt f:.r aet,,e opl i III..AlIAS f .a ,.' After a
or re..j..ction lIig dl hate' the' Se.nate yet )erday
T"lhis l l. irot l'. thai iall drnu ,
tMr' I a( r orink desthant all druici Akilled th. Hlarris bill which wait In.
tors. cl lnddd rink mand- amidto ,ie the, HWiles claim to

The ('ircuit (' urt fwas called to or- ,ou Stejphens. charged with cwillin
older at i 4t. c,'clrwk VWedne-sday morn. liquor in a dr\ count). the- nanmes of
Inc. Judge .1. T W\il I,t.residing. with defendants tImIng called with no re'-
other court ,ffTi icial- in their reslpect- spose. bond was e'streated and ca-
ive Ipsitiionl- plans ordered. Attorney Evans Halle'.
The- grandJ ju i. cante into oein ,who represents the' deIfe'ndants. stated
court. and when the roll was called for the Information of the, court that
and each Juror r'-elspond.d as hi- ;nanie' Mr. Steplhens had been in attendance'
was rallhd. the follow Iig re-l,.r! -i n upon the court during Tuesday. hut
made- that In the afternoon he went to
Steat' V .s John Atkin-on anwl Cli. Alachua for hti wife, the other de-
Atkinson. breaking and e'itte-ring a fendantl and requested the court to
railroad le'ipot with int lit to colinmit withold -treating of the hbnd until
a misdenimeantor. a true hi ll afternlicon. as his clients would btw
State vs .1. K. English. forerv. anl Ip'r.e-tiit In the- court room at that
uttering a forced in-truimnt, a truth' inr.4 Staf. Attorney Rivers insist.ell
bill Iktfendant was rall,-d. and. fail tllo"l e-tre.atineint however. ahich
Ing to an-wcr. Ixlnd wa- ,.-treatcd ain I a g i it; ,l
the clerk w;.a in-tructed ti ite -- C ('Court adjituruled until .' ".et o'clock
capla-. l nm.
Defendants Arraigned. Afternoon Session.
W ill S jark-. the' llthflll ,t : e The aftertinMin ..n.siitn ollf ith' court
whlo l t:e n Ttii, i *-s.l iill't'c-d iipoi 1 a- called at :': t I'. hi. there hel't.
a ch. arg-. cf r.t;ie was airr;i i lnm-,. wh-',n no lbusilin .%s to re.quire- ti. .i:tl.tiiin
Lth iinlictmii't wt. ai :ti ti hiti andil c .he, eiItereI .i 1 ,!. i 1 noilt guilt P'l.te Sin chariu Spark.- will I,.- r..,ri-c iint I t i\ t ne dl ente-rigng a fr.'ih!it c:ir wi'h 1:t
torni \ T 1i I-l- Ir. I ; *il, liitn nt te'it to cotuli it a mll-.-cle nor w. -
oi tithe. o >i rt r, ht t! iL. .ei't ;>i.tt i fir-,t called S itu who i.- i otii:i.
ltha! hI. a- elit t I i 1 i I iicr' than ia lad oaf c'icht', 'in or It.-rr-
.er ;ileabout,. iiil wli o hadl l,' -t ii iil o\, r-
.lihlii anid C(' ff .\tkih'-.it t'e \ ) 0;'!l: ti it.i le'';u. I. e ':!'l Iiot ('lire
white tiwni \\holie warer. iilicted u-i,. le 1t1,. -tat-ed through ii- attorni- .1I
.1 char._. cf icr. ik i.i: anil e'it''*rnL tih, N Strirplitig, that his hlind had lhe.-i
depot at Tarllei re' lrtll roli li i 'red'l Still- (I cileni into colirt w. :ir
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lIlaces rctmain oi e tl for lii-n.'-.'. ;a-
,ell as that all neI'ct'ss*it ic (.n he'
dispi-enisd ont the Sabbath.
The ordinlance' do's* not co tiiltiilalte
that fruit stands can remain (,pin. hut
they will doubtless he allowed to
sell tIoowl t.-hind closed doors.

looking into his eyves. he aa willing
to gl\'e. Pat. came back in hltsa than
itlI niinutest yth the ~-el\til) -n\t
rents. required as the fei and waa*
released under bond until further or
J. E. English. colored. ho was ar
raigned bl indlctnment in the niorn
ing uponi a charge of former and ut
tering a forged instrument. wasr
brought into court by Sheriff Rani
-'*.. The-re seemed to he a nmisunder-
-t:it ing In this case. as English de-
e'l:rehdl hoe had Ihwn at the court con-
r.ttiitll during the session, except at
tl,'e Ijrictl when the Indictment a as
r,,eiiiied aisd hii pir-iresencie' war dleir
l 1 itiirte'reid a pla a oeaf not guilty
Th.-'I ;aift- oriwn .session %a.. t;aketn
in aitrrlaignii f In following defenid-

I. .1 Klight, crtiniiial tr, -r.ass and
grand larcen a, rraiituiiedl ani 'leaded
i:',t al I t
Several Liquor Cases.
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I- bIrouliht against the State through
the courts The vote to Indefinitely
Iloticlitne the measure stood 14 to 12
S.e nator Harris spoke for over an
hour and eItoquently argued for the
rights of Col. Wailes and for the pass
age. of the1 ill In order that sult night
Iwt brought against the State before
a jury in a State court
Several amendmenll ts were offered.
but ,e.re' turned down.
Senator Johnson oppolsel the meas-t
ure. though he held that tile State
should pay an.) rightful claim if
brought itefore' the I l.islature.
The chitf arguments against the
Ilmeasure wlere that It Lwa unconstltu-
Lional and also that it was in the
nature' of class legislation.
Sonite who voted to indefinitely
loi-tpone it explallned their voles. say-
ing they would Itw glad to vote for
the claim of ('ol Wall esI ift could
tbe piroen right before the Senate.
thut they opljHaed the enabling hill.
-'(;ntlenimet." said Senator larrsl.
'the injustice the State' hat done Col
Wailes piartake's much of the sanie
iijustic'e that was- done. the State' by
the Fled-ral (GJol erunmiet for fifty
Senator Johllnon t.elie.ved that th.'
,Iarn l arre liol entit led to o oer $!-9.
,,. (he i r'itage el on ti.he aliiounti
S.. ,< ; r Coni. ,l miiani poor |M-o
.all i lilltils t hit- ll eei l IN'
Switlih a l.arg.' clahin

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as It stood It little short of class
leg isolation.
Senator Williams opposed the
Senator Miller opposed the pasagW
of the bill as it stood. tholbh he did
not object to the payment by the
State of any Just elai. He held that
the bill would result in ma y btg law-
yer fees.
Senator Crill reviewed Ms e of t
old history of the case. and i behalt
of the claim.
Senator Iroome Nsad be believed
the claim to be a just elall, but fear-
ed the proposed me re wold be
On a diviiloa. the Senate voted It
to 12 on the Cone amendment to the
amendment, and Mr. Hudson voted
no. LIot.
On .the original amendment. the
vote stood 14 to 13.
Senator Leggett moved ldefaltl
Ipootplonement. Adopted. 14 to 12.
One of the mostt Important mes
lnre Introduced in the senate was
that by Senator Williams. prohlbitln
sale of liquor between 6 o'clock In
the evening and 6 o'clock la the morn-
.A bill y Senator Hosford creates a
State forestry comml ios al d is In-
tende'd to conserve the forest resor-
c'es of the State.
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All legal executions a LthisL tte
will take pdlac' in the Deval county
jail \ia the electric chair. If a bill
ilitroduce-d by Representatlve Me-
Keilzie of Putnam In the House yes-
io li. ish adopted. The bill provided
itlat th- elh-ctric chair shall replace
te' gailov ', fl.r hegal executilons and
aI1i repliiate-.S $1(.4 for the equip-
tii'it o(f such a chair in the Duval
eciitil" jail. where all receiving the
dil ath s-tiitence' will Ix- taken to he

H |',r.rl'ttl i(tlv.e Taylor of Hills-
: ;ih it.tr ,li:red a hill for the pay-
ii, inl f the' Tampia State Fair cer-

I f' r'i~itwnl c.slion was taken
S' thillo \ if minor ln|mirltathnce.
;,. \. I. bill Treating the

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Bexey-Osteen Case Today.

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ut Pigures Make It Doubtful if Pass
ag of Payne TarifW ill Will
Remedy the Matter.

WASHINGTON. May :.- l H, d
Senator Aldrich Intend to rai-c I ulfi-
cleat revenue to run the (;overnii.e.i "
This would seem like a emaIh;
question for the men in c(lirgre oef
the Aaacee of the t'nlted State.s (Go\-
ernaest to answer. Ye-t r'j e.xpl n'l
tin that explains Is to be had iu al;
The present special season of Con-
gfeea wa called to solve thin Isrb-
lenm, ad everyone thought a tnrifC
would be framed that would provide
suffticiet revenue to not only pay th.
rualt expenses of the Government,
Sbt that would Make up for the an-
ealI de t of t$10.00.000. (due to
slmeamg etravagmace.)
1ms111Sm r.1--even Al-
drteb's felowrmersb of the finance
n s--.hveo demaded of the
60te e01o ImtOrmadtt n that would
ade elar by what feature o his bill
Se MM A w to roe reqtosite reve-
- t- et t td e oovernme t In
sii o M -t Seator Aldriche
made a speech aemptilg to show
0t t paying bMil would ralae the
equWate amout of revenue. Hli
eltemast have m e be torn to
pioee sad sow to have bee rank
O-pmmmia. The eplo s of his
theorle was bowedb by a further do-
maed Iw ~Mht. But everyone is ina
the 4ark.
The puble-4to ay nethiag of Rep.
reeestatives and Senator--is later-
eated is knowlng whether the bill
mow befoe the SeIate will acoomp.
fIb the purpose of tbi extra eeaemoo.
or this reason the essential features
of the measure should be explained.
The Dialey law carries an aver-
e rate of duty of 44.95 per cent.
The largest amount of revenue that
aa bee raised under this law in any
one year uwas $32.233.362. In 197.
The average rate of duty under
the pending Senate bill is 47.77 per
cent; the estimated revenues $3:1.i,.
062.79-a higher average rate of du-
tie and an estimated Incrr'ase of
revenues of only $6.~19.317.
In his speech in the Senate .-nator
Aldrich predicted that If his bill Ibe
came a law as it Ut') t-i:id.e and
with the admlnistrativer features that
be had decided ulpon. the tre.asu.ry re-
ceipts for 1911 would b, al.iit i 'I..
OOW.4M great. r than th' 1 r.' Itr
19nt and : I. $ 't: h iii e 't 'of
those for l!97 1 Th0;.. hih water imllrk
In cun tollll. It-e' it -. t. l'. .,l,0\.
w si during ith I ;'r In 1
they crr. S.'~ ..1 I S. n ltar -
drich ado-it lth. r,<.,io I I'' ,*
which e-re' oserr $*;I. ,ia.cH,, gr,.it
than l -a ( .' ;r. ; t. *.; i ,
calculatmlsi I
W hat the ipulllic 1 ', itill coin *,rn
ed ablut li *t etlth r % ilh ;ii, ;il...t ,.
rate' (of dIlu 2 e **'rr e lit t ii l.r e il
der the Setiat l hill lhan iiilller it'|
existing law, there In il% feuatil.iLilnt
for the lrefdletion (of Ilh. It.l itilicaii
leader lhau t h. r ..-s ele.i S will .w' :l
niOlt SlI.i.eieie<.0i>a IIIrge-. iI I l'ill ih.111
they .ere' lat ), rr hiotw 1 i.u h-,h
an un Irec(l.e td .d i llcre .*.. i., I..
brought ablulT'
Can it conite Iin part in ccinte'inue-lile.
of lucreaee.d Lmlnlortatolor of artleile*
in the Lugar schedule, hlihlh ailwu
a Ilro(losed a cent hlKher thani the asc'raKe' rat-. lu
the itinghty las?
Can It cone I! Iart freom ithe hliii
ter u ed In hle re-wirl tol the HoIi., would
aprdu- c e it o $L (2.' .'h* of r* e- ihe- ai
against 5: *.:>e ii u14l r tie' impIa e

('an It mor. Ill p.i it friin li e li1111t .1-
ollr n* I pi ni I !I, w, ii,, H e n

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t O I. r ul I I -l'.1l l- I I 1i I '@. 1e .

tur-. te .lariig alln i are .I- i. tiff 1.41
of 2 ; i- r rc lit i>ci r tie. lilh. '
rMt<'B '
()r froui filax he-t a i' llJil JelA, iiih
factuire- ailth ln'crea-e-d .me-r.ie, ratf-
utf V4 je-r (etnt
Or tfuiu pLuli pai i t .aLJd U..,e.'

It is 1'ivalo'j r t< ti:v t 'n.It 1I
w ilni,, i: l is t o pay l< -t<,rn" li;l-.

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I st'i f \''r "**iiit ins \ aifur
Ititis M, V k-4 )p t!( vt III MA

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with t.7 per cent lncree?
Or trom sadries casrryil a .55 per
Scnt is Fre?

The advance do not take Into
eoblsderaUo the adminitratlve pro-
Ttson whereby any rate may be ad-
vanciQ 25 per cent under certain
Out of fourteen schedules In the
enate bill. nine of them thow In
creoaea over the average rate In the
evistlng law and the rate im dbcr ad-
ed In but three, wbhll two are mr.;:-
talned at the prc*-nt rate.
senator Alfrlch rseeasons that a
iher rate will brngn more reveonu
Into the treasury. Thi rae the rever,.r
from what tarwif ethe ratriendcr shcw
The higher the imlert twa orn th.-
ta'ed at the l)vre mentincd. thi Ir.-
rtSen at for the (rerntnlli tlhat a..i
It w e ill bl h: Irofital ng tr loreinu.
nlanllR faCtl r-r to -ml>rt t, t !h*, I'ti
ntod tatetre. AIMs thei hither th.- ie'
I|ort tlx. th, nlore of a mrilo(> lj|tl\
AniIrlCaI mn ullfactir, rr. :nri .nr-ri.
fron trwhtsl htarff on lawIinc' Inrk, t
ILowar duti..s itr, a1 .,, *Iht, cu- s, r<.
The hIrforh the Ipr*. '. t t.a o illn t
l'r, fill .*'" to 111t r, .t-., the. <',n- ,f ,g** .
seIt e! ) a l* "e menti-e l r, I.
lreo : it ,f or t h e rot*,t t.,I re nn, ti,,
It %iI I be less .roffntia ri ?-r eiir i |

ria ti 'tu re. to exilirt toor the.i I l i

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lwirt tall. the more1 .f a

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Infcrrraton Was Filed Before Grand
Jury and Warrants lused
for Their Arrest.

.rAnn I sith tarraintl- --l-ed lv the"
..'ii .r I i.i-ir w Sh. rift ('h.s Pink
"- i 11 'li,.-' landed two at ll.g ,i
tie kee'- er- who ha\o h t 'weni (l-'r-
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Ihe ha-e do:ie' a \s ry e'*t li ise' xIc -i*- l i
for ,"ni.' titn'e. Iktide the' '\lv dtice-
R'.:t v,;-; il,'rnle hed t flw( r, I h.' Lr;ani
jurv. (' hii r i'-fe ruRt -tin ha* I.o., ii i.,-
< 1 c .lI I to b arr-it
I. ll; .a Jck-on. who has be,,,n can
dulcttii. a restaurant on .'ta'oit
street for some time. was aliso ar
re.-te.-d on a imllir clft",e. the war
rali ('o? ,'" i' frori h" .rlP litrv
There, are' a number of other &us-
|Itrs t and It is thought that the pres-
ent grand jury will do a great deal
tosards putting a stop to thia prrac-
tlce in Alacbua county.

Why the Criminal Weeps.
The central oece detectire had just
amt one of the wort criminals In the
city away for a long. loea rest.
Did he give you any trouble?" asked

"No; be did a good deal of crying.
"For some woman. 1 rappioe.?"
"Woman? Rather not! They ever
cry for human beings. This fellow had
a wife who bad stuck by him throutrb
the trial and who liefor he was
caught worked her flners off for bim
Then there were twou chi.;.eu ..,:. .,
never mentioned them. lit' wa or, i:.i.
about his dght-hbl pigens. y,,u krnoi
lie had about sixty fancy ones. and
wherever he tlihouht of what w',tt!d
become of them ablle be wnas aR waa
tears woukl prinx to his evens. A It
of the wo.r.it crooks and ga;ltgte'rs In
the city are fancerm. and a kid c.u;ldn't
be nore seuatlunental than thebt :arr
Somuetliies. to. th. y lire sorry f, r
doq.I I knew one w iho wnai molire anx
Ioum about hi. ferret than anything
ele. At the Msi e time I never Lllew
a crirlnnl. Ian,:l or wmllanlit. wA if tiela a
('*t ;l: : -" ""' v' <* "' r v
to leave Iethind."-New ,York 'ress..

Chess Word Wandeers.
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Staple and Fancy Croceries

Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers



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A t'monplt le rtwk fuc of l C'oirr, (a.it. ,o, liran, '. tAl,. ('ot.
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We we peuared It lade ym bl title es uim l
espatch.d a we paratee satisfcti. We *mimu
a complete Tax-hayiq aec, wich y shM Ciemploy
tol fka fler yew ta es : : : : : : : : :

The Alachua County Abstract Company
1. 1:. t'l i.".U P'reiient. R. C. I V I'.. -, ."< -. na-.

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Need have no terrors for you. cuttingg
money away safely is insurance against
adversity. No one should he without
this protection. We invite you to make

,.* .....~er -', ''~ L~ ~ LY'~ e'*.*~ t~~e.i.duI(nd,
Ag~ 'I:'.- A~i, su.ur doittur.
~eas ii mtn.. (.1 c r h.e P A.. )t.a dsxtor.
b4181 ts.-l.., C.e..ues.. Amk "uier duckthov
Does neto. C"l' or the Balar

The Fountain Head of L"fe

Is The S'coacb
A e whe h as a week end impaired stomach and who does no
poprty didet bis food will soe and that hs blooJ has hecoume
*smk ad impveriwed, sad that his whole body is Improperty ad
uiede.dy .ouishe.
apkes the tmae.k str.j. Ipremee the flow el
diestifre dl ess eeree the lel ap0etIrSe makes
asinmltl *o perfect, Iifarft ter (te lirer and
prffie and e*free* fth. blee. n ti the *reat blde"mdapew,
tleshb-helde awnd PstFafelte oerve ftoic. It kes me
street fIa o*y, active ia mind and eI f ol geftmet.
This "Discovery" is a pure. gIteric extract of American medical roots,
akolutely tre from alcohol and al injlrious. habit-forming drugs. All its
inlrrdients are printed on its wranppers. It has no relattunship with secret
Iostrure-. Its ciret intrrdicent as enclorsd hy the leaders in all the school. of
medicine. f)on't -cop'ctr a *- ret nonlrum a s a suhtitutc for this time-proven

World s lihwv- r \!ed. I ..,iittin. I)r. R.\. Pierce. P're., H. litlo. N. Y.

The "Rainy Day"


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Oelightful Short Train Rice to Ore of
the Prettiest Places in the
State. Irteriachen.
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A ll all
t i e u e,1'1, i f,,Ik-. ,ir. Ie-kiiit Ifrr ti |ii
tie ril:i\ wA ;th t ..i it .ih i i .iln till
It I.- t 1; la i. l 1 f r t h. ai
,ll.tl III1'It1 lic l llli W 1ll t I% gi\ 'ell 11 i)
l r i the ;al--ie i- t l,0. Suaiitl;1y
- hooii l- of i tilt illl,* al thl,' fact
thl;t at al \irt Tr.iia i tra i ha- ee i -Ioke ti
for atil giamilatei l ill ltI4li tl'*-, iii .k.'
It lonit ofl the trcaria t c\, lentil of the
kitlid **\cTr gi-lni freomil ;a:ihe-' ill.-
ll.-ii l. the" large' crrowd- thaii will
!!r k to, Int-i lachl en frc, i I;..iin.- ille..
IIe, '..i h i-I lel hl\e skli ilifi I
their iit iteni ,of joining them atit
togeth l er tlhei two itie". will pro liahl\i
placi thr ** thliciu.sainl I-lol| on the.
wrouiird- for the, al i
Ily ti!t lrT;-u. ii.n i, I ry r 'ii leas
alit .short Iranii il,- i a fiT rltild lthe
children tand itli r ili t Irarti\ 1 at
Into.rlt liLn the ;hl;h-e will I-. f ri -i
over" to theml Tihe finite l:k- 'lt
hand .onl- shad l oik-c w ill :!ff.,eu
aiblitindant pleasure iiet Iti. \ \till r,
turn to their homens in lthle M ii iti
a1 tired but happy crowd
Arrangements as to lh'inch- ha li
blee--n made' by the. coiiitte' .anil
'-,v rything wiill the in roendine.r'1. ex',''
the, edtilel,'.. s hiirh thet li.-op*clle ill
carry with themni

Gaineslille Steam Laundry.
Wle' dtsir to t i ieon'iic to our Imai. i
;atron- :iand fri, inl- th iat '\ < ir Li
ranlmilnt wv ith Il O .ila I St. : i
I.auiidr.lri wq will contlinu to il0 'h. ir
uork. call for tild d eliter tih. -;.riE
.1 I,- before \' li; it :1 il k;iL.kau ilas
kL -t -tachi w ., e\ .- rt dat'. ;i:L;i w ill ,**'!v
to at this foi ti.itir r l a ft u v I k-.
lbut w~e a-k ithi icuilh:' iin e f tlit kitlI
iubillic ui lt i < t. i '. 'It *. : 'c
tullliiii.' i lie Il I:ti(lA Ie t'' fr I:' i: 'I
ltha ill ;lil 11 i t i- te, fflri. i 1 .:.!
'Awork froio .i <;aiiie-\ ill, lio i.--, I i it
% ill l f- 0 ll li- l i 'll i ti i -llt I.!1e,
olf I l ,sii --, % % \ \i :i.

Rim -"Watit' 4u erivne r%4iiltA



Full line of Palmer

Hammocks just


ceived-- $I, $1.50,

$2.50, $4,


$5, $6.



F. W. Devoe's Paint

-wears longer, goes

farther, spreads easier

than any other paint

on the market today.

See our show window

display of Draper &

Maynard Base Ball




General Demand
of I ho W-41lIInf m Ii 1w Wth .44 11hato
A% I".. n f.'V a'r .% l I -eI :1.1t and
.f *.t li o.j 1 tel lc r,. -1Yk ,f knoru

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In p.\4, t1i. I1.- I.I" I wit" it-

Lhli~ir of SN:i a, t!i., I lii. ri I I.r vntp
Co ;rw've' I- :c.cn. thii hto- i:i I rv'wi
on the' t Im ntit oftwh.f 'y it- rvniark.


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Ihat I. one' cf many re'aeon% why I eI .1k %
Syrup of Fig-,anel hieir e14 Se'intm i4 gVea CCv in I ci 't I' ci' .0
the preferetice' biy the' Well Infmned L ce
To get its lbencficicl tle4 (ete4 alwaybu -1h .1 tl.aI ec t
the genuinc-manuf:tttre, Il by the CU lic
fornia Fig S%3rup C'o., only, ant for sae 14r%4-1%land preel
bv all lmUl. r dlrufrists .Priee fift cent&

per bottle.

Pleasant Dance.
Mr.- Edward .lone-r t.ndel.rrd a cnL lm
Ilinl.tetary hall to her nich'. %li-a
l'Per.o. at the ArmorIr \Ve'dniidav
evveing. which tas highly eijllo,.,d
by the erihtt.en couple ,rese'nt
The Armory was decorated for the
oc serv ed the guestss l.% tht' Mliss-c Pat-
irli during the ewcning. followed l y
remain and cake. and altogether an
* \ re nli-n' tred by those Ir.c-nt
The muic, was furnished by the
i;;ine-\ ille O( rchstra

A Happy Father
I.s sootn turtimd to a ;as.id one If he
tha- tl waalk the floor e\erv nitiht with
a cr~ ine baby .Mr(e;.,'s ItaJlk Elixir
uill make hlle child weill -.ootli its
nie -i,-. Induci( h,'althy. n rliir i:ii shln,
Ieo r lI~st for dioride re'd 1.0w, !- nli d
* our -tonach -alI fe thi iiing: :il i -
i.. l it I'lei.sant i-, t:ike,. siure :v ,l
.af.. 'coltasil nl o hi arti ar l ir' -
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A r \f M .Tnhn-on.

A Card of Thanks.

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N\e t ('cnll l tilllta I l pi'- < hI ;lltil
thi.- i- onti A a. in llhich our ha.ir
a er- lhal. ihoeghet of th1e \l> i l-a .
pote'nt factor. tnot oiall it' Ecllo n I iit
their 4 children blut in cllltim.tuiil et.
sirable trait- of character" A.% n ci
ers %oice ie. a l..c lciatie. sllC.e In
other tones' ldoes a child liear so eof
ten as her'a or .e, Ipersistentcl.i imiiit.at
It hardly needn't to he aLdeld how
greatly. mother'. police makes or mar-
the happllineiss of the homn, Thi- I-
an era, of nerve iore'domninalic(,e A
loud oicve. excites. anno>s :and irri
tates,. while a calm tone, seotheis and
wins lHere is a personal work for
tlhe homle. mothers. It lma;y inot tw:
.easy at first but a constant watching
Sill produce a habit of quiet tones-
and the mother will hie rewarded.
The woman who would L.' betauti
ful. attractive and admired must
make the well-worn proverb. '(Cleanl-
ne-ss is next to (odliness." her creed
tI order to be any of these she nmllst
I.. pure, and clean In body The-
ch e.;li r the ninlid the' sweeter the wo-
in aill (leantier the sloul the more
w hl '-lon.l the' woman.
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tI hi r-' If tliI lh r associated A-
iii',l lh ':. : ;it!'l t(ho ugi ht sho( uld It
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is easy to figur- if you know what your stomach
k worth. KcJl !:-rps t!Vc stomach at par value,
by insuring good d;ceition. Kodol cures Dyspepsi.

K '!lI Insurep c ,od di '" : < il i l ty "tonlrc" a"4
al i. .11 Ilu lic;ltng .; I. '; ': i' i. W t ( 'lrure an thine.
l 1i il.t l r o'ce s. in l'd rfectl cIIor >: ; 'r :t, i 't t l'l.i .li tE ,iwAts. Neithe'r
tnc all f, -Il taken lnto the stcn i- Il ,l --n li l' .1 ton and the
at h t ":1 a.'i.r .'l.A h.lich It induces
\Vhille K,.hlol is doin tnhi,. thOe ran I nt t aiMn corre'ttetd only
stoni h 1i i re-rstl ip iand -11 .-11' iing I lI ni tal It;i:;.
ptritrt ati, he-;lthy A trying and Khcitol s '!'. this natural
healthy st omnich uiariantev a means. It Ip : rni tlhe stomach's
Eourlndl an atl e brain wo rirk for It -iist .*** the .stonach
Their n;;i with a .sMir.:l prcmach sheilld lperforni It -- hll thet ston-
-a -.toniach that I lldoliig for the ah takes a little rest, "for the
body just what Natulre Intended tomnach's sake."
It I, de-li, the man who, i- always O t Guarantee
prepared for any emergency. Hfe io drm. u at ay an, 1 a dani.
Ia "there' witth the goodss" tar htte. Then after ln l Iave u-., th
The nian witil a sick stomarh. 1u '"1eO ttm of the b'ttie 1 ou can
man sick all over When the rhmel.etr tha. trhaumI tlS I blot medyois a
Irilfl return tMee battle to t"e druagsl and
stomach is Irritated by undigested he will refund ltr mlowe witbous ewo
food. the blood and heart are dli. toSfurdelay. WewutIlu palt hedr
Pr1for S t be ttleo Dbeat bo =,
rectly affected Then dullner's. un- druir.tei.k o tiiuee"isaerMatgoe
natural sleenlness. ick-headaches. Tbl.offn applive se sb taro ate i
vertigo and fainting spells, a a ndt*"'O fam'i. rm kaSy L
even serious brain trouble develop. eat bIstt.o.
Kodol will prevent these. Kodol bt prepared at the labor
Spurring the atomach and branl toriesof C.DeWltt &Co..Chica

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Will lie isiuel abliilut April 15thl. If you desire aeopy
Cut out anId mail this coupon to us:

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~I e~ ~T1'e* tie'ar le.ii t .toir-lic-n'i\* t.' ieator Nitj( lutlcma o f 111-)io.1
114,W.i. P4'm'UI% to) be- ail-% ii % ll Ii- t Ii" it t 1' i Ito ( 441 '1 1 -,I: 1 14 1 1i.' -4 0 : I
~04 S SS.~ I~e a ..ae.'~elf roir.in,.ern lmweroa had i-o !-em.- i. roouti f-irt he rclle f mtif 0-1 ,yo'lie .leili atit
_--- ; la Itilae l s 1 ithe s.e'Io (it, tith. eec t in'e'r-4 Ilit --tI. la f I S ,.. Voi
a.. ILUck inA ST t%@ 4. .4 tuteosceber nhtiontI of ithes, e'r %Init (I mi ffieititI. ec v. l_ i *11,0k1.11 4 ll,* t fl ler ilimmimc'1.1 VI % W#

r- -el t rulolution h0n1 hthr t, ite
Offlev Is laymano, vi. li*'wi all that i a.t l-hit, I%'t;-e akis.: of thim i m e
V. UNIDO. .us L Ith rse-mlutimi (i fIn!-I Jul. % 1c.;e tr:erh Im -;i' -
lut flr, 41"1 1. t

I Mo am u liib l0fa, ns IN w I rl tI.- m1:(1itill Ito I,,- l~ilt-P. 1 .111.14 n A a~t. We1.Ilr it T~l i.11 1"In lit r.
G OD h1 r1nrvs dla tsh ;b i rI e d ty toi 'I & tT hc 4 ,w l Io It m l the r
ost ia Peo a a~ NtosVG uig Tulirks. % list .ir.-...ein it ',e)r.met~r ~ inet
ook W a 70 .. 40ismouth.:l ... o stIf t1,4' It 1 .-1, 1',* i,. m .,, "hariz-A ieitio t in~i: .. Icm'in'
nes"I a P a 1b e wee Wee.L-4Sitift 10isIs or "h.1It I t e. a4.iic I A -,i it M t hinit it :,av -:t%~ eCert1 4
@&m m lt milt- ..' :%% .r the TI.' Ii'?. m pttt. a' % i it 10% 1th io. *1. et t I!- ''
Swilling u n la Is knot column e ft aUsab e a t e -c', '4'..Ili- 1 mm i llt 4c.it' *i ll:c -I t.?
#w& ftw aMm, ao3mi ~wft tof aleb h adieional *:1 1j, ..*..1*1 Fhstro' ie *ill'ti. iini
bwoo bm Tii~ m d uo ur 1,rki .h e, t., tire m lit-ii n 114e:ee .1t i t 4 t-e i Ii I.milniii t,1t!. f.m r ::i.m~
1c l.) Iw r ccil mm. V. 1116 *10 arileoin : i tse tic lt. i-(10 -- hum e i.4.-oi
?'let.vts and 1-teei itit. Imn~io-m. 4cT1.14' Solt l.9*1l.!.i ntllif .1t i~r hert tl;.
the ?wr-W Sm less etigtti~t age. Iost

UfmeVoitrpbihh.4 aevo ,Nosiysd. *~ Aw n zixitcr of tfaint the' I "r,%i i1. tri~?:ic ree inf! i-. ?tait' I~iir ftee men.r
*oh 'efil 004d inS@510 all thS sew's of the I1iro- n 'i Etoirmqec I an.i i owiinIial-itj, ir#rc :ihiini -'tit I hc st,lit ciii eof t..#- 111
08111 100 Mlle end severl. amud wiltbe roAtheei'nuttof jelace' lkomr.-tiui e I ''c itriigel
M MA M fse. oGoonly It saahe raked E nm -ror Nirhiob of Itp-smain I I '`1:4-nimiiati aetr- :meee the- act
6f1W Cina* Fr Si so a year-iu advisse.
loemtilbtwd Turkeyv thee"i' .i of the' Vehtifti y1ic-vd tile. I..ViSl:lt urf* ini W(NHI
00Uw~dobIllbilk entis &dafer '11ittEast"the country has' t'.'.t a fruitful faith. mi;d thet'eit;1Kmflh-lil thee t(Mr antr!
iliteelllINsnlise. M stntIlusons t toewus, uceof trouble and anxieety. Fo)r i'aism'tiitiniie lthee awards.
9622b rewue finPity eer aivenit isag s&04% sick man Turkst-yhasl )e~twwna long "Thee counties and Individual-A that
IMMW ?PU^ T XDAILY 1111117N, time dying. but in truth Its death hasihi-xillito'd and comlec'teAd did so 11w)?)
Uws"s L- twflU postponed only because of thee this ro-'irerf. W~a-0 n.
mutual jealousy of the powers. It IiitIstinfilr to -ill st-rnecr-,-d -1 de'-.
116WeWMUrn 1isT*14115hSS00e 351. ought to suffer, for the slaulthter and lay or quibble ove~r the liquidation of
11111da. outrages of which the Armenians and the debit. Let itIn- pai~d."
*~- other subject Christian races are the
The 9111bog, RecoA00rd has Ceased victims prove that the -Unspea~kable FLORIDA PARAGRAPHIERS.
00 gg,@ The &M M ar having Pr. -Turk"c cotinues to be unregenerate.
cha"14Pse S hts, meouts. etc Of course credit has to be given No trouble now for MIr. Roosevelt
the Young Turks. We believe thy to break out In a new place. Small.
Te1 has lees4 110 than & mean well and that If their policy' pox lit prevailing near his African
MIA 49 OW ""M ~oabefore It a"ad M be sustained all would be well. canip.-Times-Union.
thoO JaekN"nvit herter hbill han 0(Rst.e *k oaim *.e.lama.eA .


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dice takes in connection with the
ferocity of the Albanians and Kurds
make e t task well-nigh Impossible.
It only the nations could agree as to
,the disposal of Constantlnople the
easlest solution of the difficulty would
be the extinction of European Turkey
as la Independent country.


The" ll cnamlioned by Senator
Heard and Ipased by the Florida S-'n-
ate to distranchi.- the' *i'--ro -*'.*,'
be killed good and dead in the HoIu-e.
jus itas it a s in the la.-t l.-gi-l:iture.
Senator IH:ard talks well in lb half ow
rectlonalism. race prejudice, and trou
til. lie prohablh 1.. seeking noto-
riet -an Itching a which has ruled
ialln. an ablc 1iilan. St i' t*'-r.hsli ll
li:t i I< l nit.

S..nator Ilard |>rol o-es ;ia m .gin I. !
mi' lit to Itl Sitate (- CO i- in IH 4> i;
lr.i!il hi.siiig the i t-riK of Fie l iI..

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1 T-.i& l lt e ia f i ee t i \'i i-e lkA t i i
' ~.at ? it.'1 I r S ee .l 4 c .
to*I t sssent : so th o :t"

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The April number of Thi. Flrani'.i ,, t il. :r in r.il :-. '
Fruit aid Truck t;t~, r cll.iilte ;a ', -
lengthy write.-u;. %,ithi taiinii r (' r ie \, .. i

illumt r.itiomis. of
Farli;. ltoiate.d iit
enlterri.-ir l o '
thote. ;1-m.m$a it. t
much toward am
railiigK re- lrinr ,
eral and Alaclc'.i

Theb Southerni
Itrouk.rdt Wl. >.:!>
has tnieni rew-.ii.

exll r b''ln i r 'i.l i
cxjee'i't liu 'cithiilm
ty and hais a m#-1
oRered h>) the
Company Coll
climatic advanti
poealotes u\or
strange that the'
have noe taken nt
prices of this cha

Capt John it.
years ago conduliu
city ald county
puiltlishiK The.
ratl :tt lk;ilc- ('n11
has r ',i 11i '.l :t i1
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to iipIll.iie "
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thalI ul ti.il llit* I
land fi ith it' !I,
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faithful I.e lit lei.
tiaset'iei4c4ted u
bcat lea 1It.I
Times at hill, d
ditlonal tI luid
fact ithltt Isu 1a
*ill Uca. Lackk

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The) all I tbe Su .I l i : the & cllc to lt IL

The Tallahasee Sun says there's
about loo.o0m In the State treasury
so there is no danger of Jennlngs not
getting his next fee.--Tamp Tribune.

Jacksonville is about to buy a nre
crtematory despite the wordy protest
of certain citizens who declare such
extraeagance is a tirmln g sha:.

Puti'escola Journal.

For COLD& and GR!P
Iigha' CAPLDINE is the bveet re-a-t'
dy- relieves the aching and feverish
mess-cures the cold and rentorem
normal conditions. It's Iiqnid-effecta
Immediately. 10c. Zc Lnd 54c at drug

Not ev 66 t,--ret-- 4:11ifr !1) er0*0111wil. 'vif
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a poor n' i er. Used io

moderateon it cheers. inspires

and strrngthens men. For

sociability uses HARPER.

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For full Information and l*leping car rearvations call or
any Agent Saboard, or write 8. C. BOVLSTON. Jr, Assistant
generall Pasenger AgKt. Jacksonvillke, Fei

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bem O ned of either.

.L ft e-ld Its Irrt white
pritmry eboiea for amilatloa of
city oftm Teday. This plan prac-
ticaly rmoP s th eolor d voter from
. a vee i m uaelpal polities.

Toluu w il brila much joy and
haplas to the children of Gaines-
vTM, the abbath schools havita
rru for t M annual picic.
whb illOe hed at laterlachen.

The PHlata News is rulty of hav-
iag mal the same mistake The
Evealgd News did at the- Ilginning
of the Laegilature. It recently ilacmd
Syd L. Carter of Gainesville In thee
atn-prohbiUtio column. Judge Car-
tor is met aaanU-prohlbitionlst -Pen-
s-olo News.

The Pernaadina Record was out
last week with a selcial write-up of
the Island City. Nasiau county and,
their business intere.st-. Editor
Brownsfield is a hu tlhr iand hi' ,-f
forts to giv F" eri:n:T: 'i: :, li\.'. il-
to-date Iiaip r S''li II to) I. ..lar<,cil-l .I

by bher buei4eu 1e.U.-I


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Machines for Rent

Write f. r lPri'e-. To rn Etc.

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I Kiney trrml~le Preys Upon the Iine.
Sdiscourages and Iesnnastnititin, I-eauty.,
WILL 8L ONLY A ONE STORY ; iR uaa& cheertul-
uts ss imu- disal'pear
STRUCTURE FOR PRESENT. Vkhtn t hent(lek tsare
--- nut of order or di&-

Cu. cring WIA Be -' r l'
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iii ji phlfr't t oin. all

I. Il*t i'.. A ibt f.. I Samp~-Rot, at.-..~
.11' ~ari ~ llhe ~e~ b~i~hr nChItlinR many of thetbhOulraneh Ofteftif-
i; \?I: .' 11 ontlidI lttcrs tr~ccrived from murtferer
~It'.nril.ttai~r~ tl r, IE.tt I ~ ho fliunfi *am"r- -Root to lee just the
rctneaiv needed~c. In writing Dr. Kaltmer
inti d.-'ro s 11 i Ir. d I wl l: -i d~ia s: t & CfI.. Biamtot, N. V.. lie sure an d
alf wrnaln. mention this pape. Do't make any
A- he ttalelta~~ il e' rs't~l Ir m:.)take but rctrneiher the anice, Dr.
I'll-t6%ilr SumnpROO, and the a rsas,
1;.( lit, o- ,(n, N. V., am vy bohtle.

- 1'* 1 1 '4i 1 I '1 I It t I U 411111! 9 4 I I
%uch a building, It will have' a ree
ment flnxr. and %hen ceittjl.o-d %Mr
Weaver state that he % ill install all
tit the vvrv lIr.tte nmachinlar' that
can he i purchasred. a large epart of
vkhich has already ti-on ordorurd

Dreeden a City cf Pleasure.
Dresden Is emikt-tially a cry of pe-ins
r- IF f *- I! ro i I'? lifhlrty
river lif, e. (of YA- t it i iu t) at mid art.
Even w jitih le Ipulhc'lii4' cluster alwiul
the Fl1* just n. o rt he i: (if the tirst
settlers cvlaabteril. A, irtIc'i"4 4 eib.di.
burdi.nueiii4 buts oti C ie Agt U inL. a
line of Iigber shall:" iim the Ileft these
were the uIt l!.eil I e..;ia'rHima' of Drews
den hi the imit 'i vef. rrtt' r tu the eet-
tlenaL,1.t .11 :It !:I j.% p-int ill n the

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(Continued from Page One.)
also. and that heiia he cannot consci-
viatiou-lI do %hat his cun~lituents
coniat.eititlously desire hini to do. hte
' iumit to bweoatscitnv itions etourh tel
1-- the iii st lee! a re jero's. ritatl Iv in
harmon% % iit i thsni 111- .1% ili~t
forni pIludges are hit wi ly hinding
but st i r.4 re
The Orexon Ilati of 4 .'-l.i ac I *' !it i
?'ta .11. S.nat or'r liv di rvet % tl -I f ).
11,4el 11"'v e* i!' afa 'r% :11 IIs
a i;:.1r *.tStadt.~.tto regitkit .

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a&ste Oflters:
Governor A. W. Gilchript. Talla

Secretary of State--l. Clay
irl. TaI.ll.h.4i. te*-.
('cniplltroll4'r-A C. Cn(rom.
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County Officer:

Cl-rk and Alditor S I. Wletcies.

.-'ilpt l. J'lltl Ilnstr: tt o r. J. L
K, 1h (G.iu i,' illt'.
aS! i1 l I' (. It. srP (. G, 'le- lll.
C'uniity Judge-IH. (; Mason,, Gal!ues
Tax Assessor-W. W Colson. Galues-
Tax Collector-W. D. Dickilnso.
Treacurer-J. D. Matheson. Caina.-
Supervisor Registration-J. C. Me
Grew. Gainesville.
County Commlsiloners-John O.
Dampier. Chairman, Hague; J. F.
Townsend. Campville; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Bummers, Trentoa;
O. P. Cannon, Galnesville.
Members School Doard-R. B.
Weeks. Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrosse; O. W. Miller.
Stat Senator-H. H. McCreary.
Members House-Syd L Carter.
Gainesville; T. A. Doke, Santa re.

City Officers:
Mayor-Hioratio Davis.
MIarshal-il. T. Aruow.
Tax A.s&essor--t. I. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. It. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer J. Maxey Dell
City Attorney W. S. lirnxme'.
Isoard of Aldermen-T. W. Shands
Prl.hid ; rt ,('eo. K. lnrI(me. S. J. ltir
nett. E. E. Cannon. li. S. Graveq. 8.
M1. Mlr';'on. A. L. Vidal.
hloarld of Piillir Works-ll. K. Tay-
lor Clairrnman; W. W. Ilanipton, secret
fary: II. F. Dutton. E. J Ilaird. J II

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Parking a Trunk.
ir. I C A a r t:#.t :i fl i rv

Tie Kind You Have Always Bought, and % hih; hal beoa
In use for over 30 years ass borne the ~t-lnturn o
S1 and has been madnl nu.r r:; h:i per-
mso. oiltlNpemrvilon t.;;if i Inftney.
Allow o one to dcv.el% P .yout in thLa
All Countcrfeit', Imitations and "*Just-an'-t*l" are bu
Exlwriments that trifle with and eudanpgr the health of
Infants and Children-Experleee agalisMt Expertmento

(atorisa I a harmeIs smbstitte obr Cantor Oil, Parg.
genwc Drops and Soothig Syrups. It Ls rPleasuet. It
emntalas either Opium, Morphlne nor other Narcotd
substame. Its age is Its guaratee. It destroys Worna
sad all)s Feveriahness. It cure Dlarrihrut and Wind
Coel. It relieves Teethinl Troubles, cures Contliatima
aad" Fitalwcy. Ist aaiaeilate the Food, rrffulate tl
s Ih a D Bowelo, giving healthy ami aaturl
The ChUldrem's Planea- he MeFhera Pr


^BM the Yluk at

The Kind You HaeAlways Bo nt

In Use For Over 80 Years
om Iem wm i- l** '*em* -

-F. MYERS. Manaer--

SfAGrNfCY lf
Ikn't Ih. Oli-kIl, for now area
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L. E. Barker, Traffic l'r.

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Suft Thwee Met Yi Cm.. Pem
NMlHlg It With a Ligi
Ib taft of Ibeting foia lk a a
Spipe with a llsbWd match Is no
auche bahees of the danger ef la
a eflo otr damage. a Is
by the expraence of a boa-
out lon ago.
One or two omsll kake were detect-
by goita orer all the pipe and
a lighted match to them. The
Sof pa cased, but wau replaced
ew boours later by the snmll of burn
Aia(ther vist to the cellar bsowed a
Sour jotIt a Ilttle dista .
e a gas pipw. Tthre was no ap*
tass fur tbisu ntil a very clime
tie resulted la the finding of
tty jet of gas which was issuing
the pipe beeaet the beam.
It was igh. but was so small as
be blue to color and early larii-
It bd been lgbted by the match
Sthe t bo leves SatUott but bad
been Dted.
"If that ik had bappned to be la a
Joint intIad of an bna cocnec-
," mid a ms. -"thew woual
bly have, bhe work f the Are
2WsThe sMltl poalbe jet of
an Imu thma-b lead will
me pabat a d mt the lSad and
r tlee i larger mal a big dafl

mb may makes art hours later
i edad of atght or at a time wbhe
sui s n the b-o. The only prop
Ivy mk tha eok r hlww w" mall
Ir s paIt the nuperted piw
a a mooft sap latlr Jt: as In
ca ofl a bleye tire, t!e tluient
will blow bubble aIn the rttber
the I you rra"r .ndot Tel-

otice Is hereby give that under
by virte of a Smal decree of fore-
re dere by the Judge of the
Co at the Eihth Judicial
of lorMla. on April 0th. 1900.
lJoe. Maymard & Jones are
i atsa and J. Cameron. dc-
the. t dersigned 8 McWal
theretsa aimed will offer for
at puble outcry. to the bishest
a bet bdder tbherefr for cash be-
e, t- acot house door at Galne'-
l F Ilorida. between the legal hour
a ae an Monday. Jnec 7th. 19.0. the
dontag deteribed perasoal property.
Fvv bead cows marked under slope
d paper tlpe la both ears, sad 18
bd of bogs.
sme to be sold ap the property of
J. Cameron. defendant, to satisfy
gald deree and rcwts.
Special Mauter
Solietor fo. Complalnants.

The habit of anwerwos ads. hat
appa: to you Is oe that will keep
you toterested it the life you am ll
Us. a*d pnr-si..-ra.e

Iw laLata l Childrea.
Ib KI Yu Kaen UAi: J hsgt


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hilvdirs, Sheet Plcturer

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Metr r IWtry io CIo lear- Iii e-t aIat L.
nowut tivalmjeste. &111'lit ta,-.IaI td Ir
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Dbvis & Oliver


A Thwifty Wife.
A careful, prudent wife Is a bleelan
to a man. cap..c'-illy to a pIor man
bat some wles are a little too careful
Lord Eldon's wife was somewhat!
"oner." as tey say In England. lib
lordab;p oas very fund of bunting aog:
retired to the country for a frw week*'
toward the end of the svaonm, when
be was t the habit of rkliing a little
Wea poly. for which he gave 50 sbli
liO One morning hbl lordship. In
tedtig to enjoy a few boors sport
adeoa Bob to be Naddled. lady El
dou objected. but as company waI-
praent ave no reason. In a few mo
nmsts, however, tbe servant opened;
the door ad announced that Bob we
"Why. beo me," exclaimed her lady
h. "you can't rde him. Lord Eldon'
lie hasa no boea on."
"T. my lady. h be was shod thlb
week" mid the servant.
*hameflu!" exclaimed her ladyhip
"How dare any one have him ahool
without oders? John." she continued
addressnlg her busband. "you knor.
you rod the pony only a few time.
at year. so I had the bboea taken ofT
sad bare kept them ever sln"-e In my
buren. They are as rwd as. nw. andl
tbese people bare shod him again. We
shall be rained at this rate."

First of the Swifts.
;uatnruas Frank'ln Swift. the flrt of
thbl commercial dyi:.,. t.. nai a <'nsi.'
Cod VauLee.a nho, Iught a steer n,,o
and then and peddled tbe meat from
the back of a certain c'-art whiL'h
bas since bconme famous. lie inrive
to Albany and went deeper Into ni,.e:lt
dtacarding one after another lairtnirr
who had not the fpreplght and dllirltir
which te twoewed. lie locateo I.
('lhr-ago at the beI ltinig cf t',,l" % .
of great lramll, lllth.s In lrliit :1 I : '.
te.uW'h the new wet nrd the :.',-:r" 'c t
It wna hie v.1,o Iuntniail :,. I.t1 I ee
fri;:'r:nttir cairx. T" l';* i n t'i r one rev
olutlionary net a which pult hi ii- iia.!
a few itler wn, In ''r.r f ir <('c:i r-i
of bn'r! 'f the went ef Ai n-:'l. II f
saw ti i' irlcit f tended niv ;iftr the. lr.ic-' t ,f i -'it.
All gr c:,t r -. 'itliii. :, r f t .'i
against. All the, re.t. il F I i .
Eurt p' fol,' i I.- hi,"4 i f <-', ir
le. 'f Ai l ,d, t i .1 1. i I t i! i'
w e. l eu .l i el .' ,i ..t 1 C .
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gj!ut U put 4#.jtI.e Im.ards II e lro
a a* v% 141#-1111% I. Sic' v I.,lee 111 j.i rt fC 1,
furitltid his I!n;-% I. scl. *i't''. I-,
a faltertn-i t I SIC l'roi:t' .4 It i fI r
this reuammn hifti-t I A ,lcl1.1 I -f ''ait!
'-to* %!ipe aptlii ef the.- n~~ll ri

qwL Moospel i a'%" c-tI a'rt la h11 1 11a14t 1

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Two Bootblacks.
The ootblacks h bad no regular stand.
but each bad his boi slungU crr his
shbolder and. standing ou the curb-
stone. sollcited the paawersby to stp
and have a shine. :Eacb boy bud one
The cry of the brst boy was -Shine
your boots here" It announced the
lsmple fact that be was prepared to
shilne their boots. The cry of the wc-
ond boy was '(;et your Sunday shine"'
It was then Saturday afternoon. and
the hour was 4 o'elock. This second
boy employed Imaginatton. lie relat-
ed one attraction to another; be joined
facts together. Hli four simple words
told all that the rst boy ail atid a
gratt deal more. It conveyed the in-
formattio not simply that be was
there to shine shoes. but that tomor-
row was Sunday; that It was likely to
be a pleasant day; that be as a boot-
bla'ek recalled they would need n an ex-
tra good shilie.
iWa It merely good luck that this
boy secured twice the business of the
other?-Lorin F. Deland In Atlantic.

Perfectly Cerrect.
A young minister In the course of an
eloquent Msrmon on the pomps and
vanltile of the world stnggered his
congregation by exclaiming:
"Here am I standing. preacbing to
you with only half a sblrt on my back.
while you sit there covered a ith gew-
aws and other baubles "
The next day a Iparcel coituilliing lse-
eral brand new shirtln wa I.ht at bis
bouws by one of his hil'arer-. a kn:l,
bearted old lady Meeting tt.' donor
a few da.iy nfterw;rd. lie tli.iikil d hcr
exceediniul. but \i vlr-ssedl much sinr-
prile at nel.-lvlng ,i1-lh an unexl~etted
"(Oh." si:id I!'te l;It ".''a n in ti, iltll it
In your crcinoii Cn TIimil:v llait Iiou
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the' re aOV PafL\' .st. ere- Which I LV I\ haOl the'~v~
of \'ear.;: tif euiiiull;tti''c~ atl\'eI'~ti-if~. 'I'he city is gr~,)w-
ing. It w~ill grow ('\'T' ifii.rc lcxt ve:ir. It tiet..ls
tlrCZ tra'dlzng ;'a, i it:L'S jI>t aLS It's hungry for new

V'alit i 7.if !0"T Lzi ui:p port IhiglibeJria)Odjstores.
NOV JK r aL i a 'ert i..ing has, ('Iitnirlnate( the strength of
S.'-(dI.;",' ':;!' W, 1fl'I live ccnt street car fares
I'a ve Cut ii!t tht .al\ Iitavc of ling "arowi;:j tie
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Own iei-loiv frcoi *iiinuxmoot ci e'r) geiniof
the g l'le' said re;.r .iaoft lips al-
newt v '41ry me C CWElt mrI .'rt il
Auwrloinn Indiana. '& tca ir. NI.'r !lrioloar
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aleci. ib thoir Ilroaze Ic.: Lk suta.
miake thiee &hii'*. A 1141 J:11I Ic's" 06,4t4)
almoot like 'a0 4ii- p e-oolg'* L 4411e -:irS
tihe vCorwtiI'ive forIi lets imto i-mie'utry in
II, fur its lie oii c-rv ii t'llit g lout .i.ht
out ofi vvvrer t.-Ii J'ermco to In, *'fl
cv,,5pido,.T the I:Icc ['a '' 'iattici.'ntly vii
dressed m IihisI Ii e 1,I:i ao :- n ural cor tiwg
of 4 l114.4"-4.41,tIs lb t a I-tvil ullucut their
1, fro TN f vilili'wof, to
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for o hor t,. I c c r I: th.'l itwt.
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su"truoke. iet. urlm. hag'4I
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outfit. bell. too nmiake! t!e :-cItiire co-
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Not oaul Its proven ability to cUTS, bIt its ablUtp safety as remed-y.
bap mails S. S. S th" mt11n extensively uvkedof all1010"s it' "14"I tet-
mem of 0 fl atigmis13 1(w). 1POIn m Unlike t: 1:q s? r tu*"rdui. cA.
* 'i( I, t te?))or.trL: r'tuyremove tlO outwartefvri'v)to:ml s anIi S.t t'at t ihe 'a p*
iI. tis L p .>'.' in. ierp to carry on its de ru lie jve %v': *:On a' '!ella .0t0 I!1
v.- A vl ~il S S 8. strikes rllr oiv a! t ran!t. ., 1 ''v rIr a'n:I i't'%. 1t l''b'If
of every lamcp of the'virus. t cinp le v an nl ( ii reit,-"'n I
S. q. S. 1 %is b#5 h I C!purifier, r-YO-F', 1.1 v 4i%( twi .olI 4,1A:1t111u lie
gIc01 Tc]rs t,. ItLi nis ie fr 'iii o c.-'itdin ,ot, -f r *, ; wl llr r'rh of
W1,1 h 1.19g a of fiulite -1--1 PWs; M :J(ti I n ri111Z tho. l-A '" itrs v% to
Fl-. :,t m ow I :,nilg a ptit I Ir .p. rta- tillii i :t ll 1.1r -1' it .. i, T W n
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Ilotash ofr un ?liher in. ncral. it I:..; ihol'i s'l t'e ,o,.r 1 .
tr-atrupu k witb va l bI.'wit iisti is n:: i I' .'mg-.tas I.
to all who write. TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.9 ATLANTA, UA.

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The Cannon That

Modernized Japan

By Herbert Kaufman.

Business is no longer a man to man con*
tact, in which the merchant and the patron
establish a personal bond, any more than bat-
tle is a hand-to-hand grapple, where bone and
muscle and sinew decide the outcome. Trade
as well as war has changed in its aspect-both
are now fought t long range.

Just as a present day army of heroes would
have no opportunity to display the individual
valor of its members, just so a merchant who
counts upon his personal acquaintanceship for
success is a relic of the past-a business dodo.

Japan changed her policy of exclusion to
foreigners after a fleet of warships battered
down the Satsuma fortifications. The Samu-
rai, who had hitherto considered their blades
and bows good enough, discovered that one
cannon was mightier than all the swords in
creation if they could not get near enough to use
them. Japan profited by the lesson. She did
not wait until further ramparts were battered to
pieces, but was satisfied with her one experience
and proceeded to modernize her methods.
The merchant who doesn't advertise is pretty
much in the sale ),: ition as that in which Ja; ::n
st'wxl vwhln her 1 ves. v.re (oj timn's had1 7, i:~c I. "' Th l1ong range publicity uf a
c, miI8kt it< r will .1 surely destroy your Iu. in s ":. the
cannon of the f,',rigncrs cruml:fled the walk of Sai t-
-TIrna. rlhe' ss v ,u t ktV t ,IJi.t(, ,,t' liiWi] ,rtan e i : ,t 4 l' ...- tILe
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it as w ul, r,\ i i 1,' he rc; :,r, 1 to fa r th' c-
quences of a f,11v .; gr.. at a that of a X.iWCIct toa survive in a oC(.!et in which :i.- J'<'r:,.ay
b atrs a .a s;,<.r4 t' :'i -' ti:,'" l,' 4t h 4 his ,4:L.'.

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L'nd. To ba1 stll aijiI d l.tal ItI Imith
It% rtitail aid d holi aiii ac-ri
gtrmeats anid vivacrinig ii:+aur g.:.*,I-
ally. furtiltur.%. coiffii.s. tr(ai and glac- I
war,*. Cfe-l~kFy and other housi.hold
fittings "and utensils. bric-a-ibr:ae aad
(irnanole'tcIs getiirahi i-itatii-y, no-
lion% anad fancy gomsz. Iaardvi are.. Jew-
elry. agold anid Rill-r. iattid uea .
%atchea aa a ind ert-cicu s teiie nit at!
vac.Is. iccrfunaery. iaPI aa.1a u. 'alvt ar
lade's Kg.till-raliy. Who lks. I :acir-. maacga-
zitiv4. nmuslcal ititrurituii. b. liclt icit,
aaid tric'cles. ftrtilatzur-. -kdeidltr%. ;acmd
ltIArlis and laerrslaam itg wm noIrlk.
cro.attc. butto-r *vct- i t!l ( Ih.i anad
df or % cceaas Ieriidaa- &:. i.. r~l%alk .:- .Il
at- IIF(141im oof ;(i %alaa lacd:llI kicuil...Y1'
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Crea, ha.. 24s mal-.l racivirnd. ,i9
123 I nItII' .e r irioi)e ?" ip, hat.
j,'aijtp. i4j paw millso. $7:r5,ism eilurl
house-. ile Iv e-wie n.C1 a nd p rn,.
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property. (ine
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seecing and t~ea.
srauces prom ~l
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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 share alike in the distribution, leading business house
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianose and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alaclma county in three different sections. These
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
The pianos will he purchased from the A. R. Harper Piano Co., Jacksonville.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will ie given each of those tieing.

T* -a Atn W 'ill emnhniee the city and sulurlw and Ie con-
he IGaineSVlle Sec on itiet to a radius of four miles in e.ac direction.
The winner in this ldi-trict will lm awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.

Eastern an, Sn_ SR_ c1 will comprise territory from Fair-
Lastern and Southern Secuion banks al points ea and from Ro.
c telil all point soutl-W ile, H ulwtliorn, .ial ( Cove, C'aiplville. Micanopy,
Iakie View. Tae'.iina iaiil aill Ioints along line of T. A .1. iyv. O4 NE PANO.
and -m Noth n__ \iil stt;tioiis from
Western and Northern Section ll coiprlie allst.io nis fron
Wiine. iliix, ell, Nw I.errm .one.-ville. Anrlct-r ild all --ettleimentsi- c)v red
l-y tli-, ;reva. < )N PIANO. .

,, i -,-. P Whu Votes May Be Cast
How and W here to Get ,,.,,,etu e a.t ,2 t !oud an .istbib-
tei l f thei ll l:ii-r e lnt' aiceii; % 'a)* anid at T'he
S., I \ ,'.- .- i t 1- n ...l i.i- t n-. ( ircl tid
*Jt V|Q|Ie l >,, t., ua io .,ll :t -1 l, ll.riiut.it of Tail Hu .

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, .Futt. niOn r i.arn.tur. Rules and Regulations
Ph.f, r; s C'cthi,.j i nd Furn.-hGinjUs.
G. "e' V, H .rd.% c Cc P u' .J "- H trdwv.re 1 "I t.' 'ilb ..t 1 l -bi. to a* I louhnle 11 ing ill
N115. .r T. M _Cornici. Mill inery.. 'A; l, i. i "i.i. u% > I.no j ., 1 'y Ilh ilitpl u tori
M s. T. N-Corn c I'anery. if I I. I t ,or ,,to, h, d for Ly i. .ee r.putl abile
W. M. Johpr oi, Dr ugs arid Mecdiznmes. ,. -. i,, 1 th1 1 ll kuuwl.
L. C. S, ,,h. Shoes and Je elry. :.,, i,i, l, I i.** attaichie or r ';.alth\ of tthe pro-
P ,is R. n. Dry GC --dt and Notions. Ir, i, if the l, if'ii :..Alin i fiu.- .are i-lilt.ale .<
Saunders & Ea tle. Groeres and .cc btuffs. I.rr ll. it, ihr :mia (t- ..l .t. UId will .p rtl. ipate lu
1. H1auiltLT.
City E.. c y B Ec.d and P.tiy ii tht e**l e t of a .nil unaer tanudin Letwc.D
P. Y. Sri i. Fresh :Mea. (:tarai.il iate o ,r ,lthtrs Ilnlaerttd In thi cnte-t.
Crawford & Davis. Livery and Sale Stab'cs. ouirh uoiitrou-rIy Uaty Ib reftrred t bthe coo-
The Sun. Pr 'ting and Publishing. ductorn of cnt te.t, %bo alone ar~ uth poreroo
The Bro^n House. Meals and Louging. (.i d lI rider decisions.
N. Franc sco. Banana House, Fruits, Etc. 4. Ia the evbcet a candidate decides to wiLt
draw from the rae, such candidate will o~t be
Edadns Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Build.rj Material. ai.,-od to Lrat-sfe r ote to tbe credit of a utbur
Standard Fertilier Co., Fertilizers. candidate e in the contest


$1.25--Thre months' subscription ..................... 500 votes 700 votes
$2.50-- Six months' suLscription ..................... 1,200 votes 1,500 votes
$5.00 O',, ,.',r' "tsc ription .......... ......... 3,500 votes 4,500 votes
S, .I .b :i,., .i... ,t r .i. ript, .... ( ) ...30,000 votes 35,000 votes
For a of t I : ':t. -' .i- rilpt,,ns ( ) 30,000 votes 35 000 vote
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$1.00- Oi:. yv. r'. s t.l. ll; tin .. . . . .. 500 votes
For (i ', ,1 tive o;n, v-Jr bubsLriptil,, .. .. ....... .... . .5,000 votes
So 'I c i ,- 1ivotes I .iil Y r nf l i s iI .tCle teoiit -t.byit itl r fs w n t e .

Soicitini votes by candidates or friends within the stores

distributing votes is undesired by the proprietors

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WIe "aHappeled a"i We to 011.
Tog it rem to ro Ii. 1. Wns ad

Tyewritetr. to rent W'. I,. [)lrhabm

A. E Roamers. a
RHih Sprincg. is In the
J. r. Allwood of High

merchant of
Spring Raq

a isttor to the city yesterday
Oapt J. S Jolly of Jack.nmiil vl. &,
amIea the visitors here yesterday)
PF or 4 dees "W win cll a any
ease o Chiis aae s* Fer. Price 2'c.
S. J. TIamms of Waldo was among
the vtisNtOr to bml villle yesterday
Miss Hattle gillsh of Taromr was
anuaM the sbhoera In the ctit )e -
Mrm J. Clod of Alachu was
amaed th asoppers hi Oslmenille
Co. Deil fyerday made a
tIIIg vtit to Hag ema me bui.
aMe mutters.
Mrs. R. IL, Lam eI Rocky Plalt
as am thg e seppers visiting the

ui YI IMT Itae bi sraauted Ie
ma ldew, d r ms,
I s Me Im by W. M. Jena.N
OCl. A. Palrdot of the GaIes
l Na tlana bbtkn. teft yesterday
a shut bmias trip to JskatvlUle.
Deputy ShLrt Ll Uvatoo of New-
bary arrived In the city lst taht
to be prMest the remlader of the
wer attendim coert-
W. T. Chesut. merchant of Arr--
d8do, was I the etUy ea business
yrterday. ad at the same time pay
Ig a short visit to his family.
J. H. Knight of LaCrossw. who har
m here this week in attendance at
e Lrt. made a plesaat call at this
4gke yesterday. r wiag his hub-
alrpUto for another year.
M. VeaMhle of Arcer. a prominent
itea of that section and manager
P the rate and bIasket factory at
that point, was greeting his umnrous
trends It the city yesterday
I. O. Cook. the clever irave!ln.
Iprresetatlve of The Florida Titme.
Union. is In the city II th- lnterr.-i
of that great dall:. T' Sui
ackaolwl4 g a fraternal call
lee cream made from Wesson Oil
will be srved by the d-mon-trator.
at the Hyde Comiany's th!' aft'rroonm
trm 2:30 to .'* S3 Everytxbdt cordial
Iy Invited to attend It sill bI- flue.
ece cream made froi. W.'- .e, ()Oil
will be served y the' d1 tlll,'n-tr;atr-
at the Hyde Cumian> a tlt aftt'r..'l.i
from 3:34, to 5:10 Eie-r>l.ixle c'.r-tli
ly Invited to attend It will I.. finn.
Postoficel lisi,.-clor J II Irain l.-ft
yesterday for oItler ljoint- after a
abort vliit h-ere, Ii.- h.-ad(lu:trt .r4
will be located ini (Gain sill-. after
the. rwomlt-ltionr of the. na (;Gov,.rti-
meniit buildi .:
l)r A. A M.urpjtree- th.- it I.r.-,i
dent of the- State. Ini r-i at
Galne..illle. ts in Jack,.oi ille t, at
tend a meeting of to. Itol.trd if (t'c
trol Dr Muriphree- aill Iicse hi.
family to GlatureA ill.r about thu flrst
of July -Tallabasua News

A )powdr o tIoe ,hokesl 1(t8 thoe a he% 'r
ee bave U e-I oet. feel U lMen a V'.
is U re t L, t** *** t i4 f. 4tC be r
Ibk i sbo" e Ps I Ir* *' -'. *', '' *
oweslIto fee, llk.t .r o0rr4n. 41r bIbr*.
aI pea as gIl m rat N! C'. ,um' r' Trt t
dal. od bi *e; Iku.tr.f:t. n't ( -..'* **r;-
b DI') &CPI'iL l suiri..i tl tr Piir ) '.I *
(rial ila ,a e t'.i Yirr e tilr ,f tI t e I
*treA ik lrv tX K l'.\l n I ':.

L. V MCleovir sho has b. n In
the eft) fror the peat ten dayo.. l1tt
ra.r't -i i ftbr ?Ia k s ,
1It Godfrv) ca-thivfoO.e'te
of Ala ame. % asamong It.- arr,,%;-
In the c. lt' is-s riaa on Isiamn- $
Thcru's A Tre-at In Piro. i jf e.
seer u"sed Ill. eRIbon, anil!& and
lemiot. The rert.-. t na' .'I: I'
C I. Th1,n" 1... '':4- ''' ''
I ef-.rahi '' .%d ee r. ul K1,A14 .I
wait ans S the- i-itert to( pr ; to r.

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di'' S'1t afl4'IT I i J r-

F:rt :., h 'h t : i I (' ,
S uI -.e't thit at ,i ,,,:i :t 4 <4 l<< 1 k
the- re sid titte of Air J F" i i : : K,
A fuLl atttlndA. r **. ;l :. -
1 r T
Col. H It ('lu:,b of th, I S
land office k 1t y..t.* rda for li' .
"cvt:;t-. and aill go from there to,
'Wint, r Park on a short hliIt t,b hi-
J. O. MNGriff. the new marshal of
High Springs. La among the vsltor4.
to Gainsvillle. He 1i Iproving a val
sable man for that town and is ever
oa ite alert for the la.wbreakers.
B. P. Hampton has returned front,
a visit of a few days to Daytook
Beach. where he sent to accompany
his little son. Bille. In the bopes that
the chag-e would prove beneficial.
lee cream made from Wesson Oil
wil hae aered by the demonstrators
at the Hyde Company s this afternootL
from 3:30 to 5:304. Everybody cordial
ly Invited to attend It will t1. flnr
Do not forget the "Old Hoss" Salo
held by the South*rn Exprtess Com-
pay. which takes place today, com
metinir t 9.;:kl o'clock a. ai., at th..
store room formerly occupied by th.-
Wilson dry goods store .
H. II. Peart'. out of thl. it(ccmmo
datIng employes of tbh Atlantih
Coast Line officer In this city. ha
returned from a short iut pleasairn
visit to Palatka and Jackson l lli-
where he' si'-ut s-v,,ral day-
Five-room cottage to rent on bloch:
Adjoining square. formerly occupler
; WW. L. LeGrand'; city water r. tlec
trick tights. sewerage. bath. and al'
Modern conveniences. Apply to Mrn
H. H McCreary or Sun office
F V Roumlillat. Solicitiin agxOii
tur th. southern division of the' .outhi
tu Etprett Comlpai> with head
I,.art.'rs in Kauflord. i urI'ionig lth,
re,Knintl -ni.e' xi: -. j.e:;,|" .( roh att.'ri'
iln theh "old hboss" b le o(f *'.'**t.
I .M El. rett. ta ulotb itlal atil
rle": itolo. t c(' iZtiz .- f Ior ml ii, i K i .- tili' 'li
hI \.;-itt rs l. re ;attlet liiit ci o rt i H
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Ih ra(t li g I. i *..' Il lo -" **'l
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TIF hY' NE:Is MI I\ct; .\rg Co.\
O( 'I'THINK O F I 11.1HM\; -I:1:

The Eddins Manufacturing Co.

To"*. tev'pamemt.
The- to'nrn tI. iti K.?i f r ti,.

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O*w third t:ri). lch a s;ile ti.ir I. .
'Pi;dic'tid it: ti' it a'. 'l'ld t. r- :ar
al;aI %- a FuiiJ )ber o!f tir .t.: -
4 ur.d T.he crnm;any !' a* .';
a ner. rule- at tlhii aie. hos. # %
and 1, li%.r th 1lurchi-.r lth*- I'. k
age a- th-\ lu* then arid It is a'i:o -'
certain tha' th,, solid carload f u11
claimed fr.eirht will te di-o.-;en.d of h
this afternoon

Death of Infant.
News was recelied in (Gain.'-ille
yesterday of the death of the Infarnt
s,.n of Mr and Mrs. M H Nl...;.
of \'. ilit t-lti Th. litl,- ono- h t .. .
a aufIrlr r theI pa-t fe.w Vw.e.ks
and eter tL.tig I,'>s.ilJIE as doia e t14
4a\" Its life' The. funeral ~a- holci
at that place and their large. i1un1itb
of fri<-nd- ,.xte,.d -,dol ne.llr. tIo the
.> art brok n .re-:it'

Th'-re's. nothiilog good fo r a ior
throat a- I r. Thonmas l:le tri( toil
Cur-es It in a fe hours It.ll ti.-'. .a
tn irkn anKi p;:rt

At te'miIa, i i- dir.'ct'td teo 1 j ad%.-r
tl'.t'tlA''ZtI4of 'Zr% FI'T 'lIc(.r:iA.-k

lincrr art 1K, -truI ti-A Iuhi( ha. h ;c:'*
0-1-t-who're' iii thh issin.s
M la -,El a Wai't)!IlI[aA t I Pr i. V% lit,
haxi bt 11 bsop-i~ditijg tiet*. la

I *-terti'. 'K rou~e iv t.) r 1'.-1-1
Mr and Mr11(lk'1. C S 1..41
Mlich t Slothtigriod m II :,,. t. i o
to-rI.v andll l V. Ill L. it ] l rh .-KAai Iid
(if thte %%,e k lit-r. iLi' 1*- 1".104.C .

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T'io R:NT- '.-ron cottage .
I:. uire- T.0le.gra; h (fi.T*

Folt RENT Furn.l-Ih.ed r.",,r
li- ho ard. A 1 :.l1 i.% .
l,'0 U" Court r.,-ft.

FOR RENT--Onie ix-roowi a
fl%* roiwn co4tage-'. in South
ville A.\,i'ly to Coffin Factor

FOR RENT Fite room co,::
block nt-xt to siquar..; (ity
l;c (U' :;ght-. hbth r,)om
n:odrn conen iences. Appl)
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': ;t S \IE 0: RENT- Tweo 1.eo ron
:, ,:. :,i ho'",<, ,f M r- M. rlli tit,.
if nt.-(r.-t, .1 1 .all on or addr, Mr,
P'+lulinl MIr il.tn.. ,,aii 'tiill,.

-**'{ S II.E -M. $17T.. fu h. bill lii, h
wa- ;a!:a.rd d nri- in la:- pian'i co'n--
t..st ( iniducted l(.h Th.' Sio For
fuirt her p.:-ticul;rs addlre-'- I' (
1px .1 N. l,rr. Fla


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Saviils 1--c, rittc


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h'w,' t i i. ter :ja rau#-il d o!
Money r' tlli!. d(I .or' i'r Iml~t!#.
Sold hy W M..lohnson.

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Irhd fr~
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I CrA Fa-rco- .' tI Aih;er rwo'e
Office' ,. he!k o rLee *.e fLJ.)o %se-. i'41t the d'),eo
"laten.ra! I- I 'i' -e h-t 4W' t:4 1, ; ced.;e
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age' mor Utv-'- e1 5Th .UeO:r Ti II ?C~owf, nr :!rd
sate'r daorrM ,Itoma 16% it A % looll 'oom N J
and al], T W %IIIk1'.
MI f 11 letie-eu -a.
at th! 4. HJJ~jcv LlI' I

Dr. Geo. S. Waldo


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Start t*t, Northi.

Cmn a.d Brige Work

A Spj.cci:ltv.

| Phone 51.




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Sidy White Doe Repairer in Town
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R. T. Scnafer. Prop

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First National Bank

Established Over Twenty Years


....We Solicit Your Business....

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Capital, $14" I'l m N 1.1 N I




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Cml Jly m to WkI-...uIy4-im Ca

sa INr TnlIay-OIr Cat IMt

'room Tusdtay's ftlly ue::
The- r, uil:i itrh Iterm of 'iroullt
4'ounrt :tihh Iillr'al ('iruit<. In and
1(o Alacnrhisr i'llhit citnetted at 1
oicthwik 1soetls, .*' tt ii it lfle Honor
Judge .I I 'sills. I e.lrtid with
State Alttonrei J M Hi rrrp Clerk
M1. I. Wien'nm. hbertir I' U Karlmye
And other court oficlrhi als It, .r r'-
spretlve poilttko.
At the oalpeUi of the' courI HaItriI
Itame y made the return of the. fol-
lowing venire:
John Parker. A. IL. Olie.r. A. A.
HurkL. A. r. Turley. K. C. i'aronM.
Jo Ford. Mose Edelsteln, J I.
StrItklla J M Held. ( ('. Rmn.-,

mos de'nie'dthe' (54 t1 ice -%ii.s
111til1 tom
III the aelute er Ila eiehn M sre

ant, While, Attormlys Awusletuewi nd

4. M

flamptUm rpresnte-t the de

After"oon eislei.
Court reoarvemd at 2 p. ., all
offitlal la thelr respectle places
Truby Osteel am Wi. A Ikexky.
the yoanm white men rearIed with
the murder of W. II Moreland at
lllgh lprlrg, sad wrho bha been In
Jail for the pas few months. were
brmtht lato coil. They were ck a
shave. meetly dr IWe. ehi wearlts
a huttoaettet of naltes. and appeared

trM. J. T. Ieard. J. L Prlgle. Wallace *'***rlnl Th,' a*C.r cordially grent
Mathews. I. H M hitty. J F. L)''ia. *ed bI Irtiend s ho had -cnMtpr(ted to
Thad C Ilryalt. C W\ Gilbert.. W se them aild twen ed in the bewt of
Temell. W. H. Ga( A. W. lwli.. W sptrlit.
e. Ik-1. C M. Itch. (.to. S. M.1 r'h The State was retlre-se.teid hby State
ant. A. M Kllis. T J iami. II \\1 Attontey J. M Kers, while Allorneys
Ikah*nh E .1< tffrd- I' T St. k. H !J N Striitlln. It A Thrasher aiid
H Clark 1 14 Hiroontu ali-arend for the' de'
ror laritoew. re-a1%esM. M.e resr (Oli ,er. f*'eildantl
Peerwmn. lleldi. (;illMrt. Lelis. Ik1ll. Attornliey Ri.er calked the roll of
Iteachi. Iluihanl ;id Stock were ei- Stale *l tnesi*'se. All se'r prl.reent.
cu-',l I*IIld 1the. talte nnouluH'd radO Itlor
Whre'-iltai the follow in Kranid trial
lur' w ;- 1trawna J I. trickland. Attorney tripling called roll of witl
WUll.aI e W' t A T i Ih il.. it 'e re*'i a for drfellls. a number of whome
Mer-nrelhi .t J. J Fe-all. A. F Torlwe. il falld to replond as their nanmew er
S(l Terre-ll. J IF IhHhs. A A eirl,'tl

Tw" mea "0NE3S



,lfe ,alenn Wae **FilI fhcer *r*oet
Jwy and W IOpts-- *d
for T00r Avv.tl

sl ..lIts ath iarrntlu IsM e4Id t~ Ith.
reirlt iart lk|isutI PIerl ('bIl Ptihl
**.11 \\ .e*tnedat tended i asl s e
itia. kheelers *ho hait' Ie*s ,qo4w
aitl in lthis ritI h0wr the |I"M erel
Rd lrkerr wre ca ptureid wr thl
euabwrd depot tid It we s tatId that
he has done a avetry Oteslive buarlte*
for monre tim. ItNl Ideos t i e ide
Shatl as furilabldl bhte*w th gr ad
jury. other ltermatim ha IMbo aw
cred state hi alrret.
I.ydia Jacel,. who ha baoe c'm
drctinl a reutaurnmt oa Mailair
street for onme tiew. was stln ra
rested on a similar charge. the w0-
met comlng from the rand Jury
There are a number ot etHr su
p"r. and it s tIhougt tlal the proe
eat strand jury will 4o a wret dIal
towards puttlmg a stop to his pee
tlw Im Alurht rcamty.

rmnplete tIb regular paetL reterw
able Thurdary moralag. JehStfd
heinl the oely Petit lr r ta
from the rigultr pasI.
VWitwee.M for W ateo Il the Itele
(thttstu cal*,' were exct ed I Tte
a.v moralugs at o'loek,. wbil wIt-
nrms fir defeu.e wer o eques to
nrl'rwrt Weduea .
After iheartli a to.* h1lU o e R-d
hlafe ANd .K.. n uaf t p tat

Iturkle. Johnl F'otrd. C (' koitree'. .: AttorF.e stri' t tllng) ti aannollnct* read.. i IL u w"li
antiv. the ftwrt ad)learoe1 eml t 9
It Clark. T IHeard. Thld (C lrta.nt. r.cltiusetling the court to draw jur) tecr dt
.. cl.,k "ueodal marules
A N!V lli 1 i v1 ( .. r' el freim lox. ta h.herif to Ustake ri'turln
-t s1. \ | I' ,; 1 I' :,..r,.:;d e rimrilii OGread Jury *epPrta&
.lia<'ph Sh.atiin'n as.- o rll iII a.i M. itri Strillitt. -a I ** ia ail1 h'r it thiO aflertiol is their MlaIld jurn
itlllff ti, itl Kh r.miir I il .ts tl this' jur e'i,1. met l the alttrirt r<., rs o l lg Iix l.' iV iW0nto 0$I tl l t 4ilA I '.te' li I
5 silt l .stel e '* f* I .1 fetrelr itm *he i t'lts lith' anli a tuilt I e l Ith.iat i i t' A i i Ie, thil S ttel e .* l it lItMtl> I !'
;,.le rk,.e S lievh i. i ,i .I 1 T Ile.,it rd sI. I, '- or t if i l fii r t''< l 1ee ".' t e '*, ,i' ?..h liittte il* Vil(i.
t-*s r .al 11' case of lthe, Stl te l l-. l 1 l i tsi I r, i N t 41 .- i st '
A. ftel rolt i H it t ste e ii .-' l, Ithe 11 laitI 1 I; tl. hi *,I ',1 ,. t i |.i i l. l A ii lh itl
S ti U '. a llo il i t a. \. I' \1\' silt '. '1e' rltl'e t r 0i1 .tik ii ',s l ll l > ', e tli| '*i Iie t l t ii .i ,.'. i0 t st 1i:1
'tC l hi e i thel Is .. i tll it lr ll e t .- .1 I .tl I he (ir -' Iil tl Il 1, | I i s, Iist *'
.etiil Ilrs it i tiii iI i ,n i' l lee I he. r ;: 'I t ** etc .t I tI .
ist. ti sh. ti 1 t .r l itaillh t r o s it i'l el lot e i. SDAYP' ROC ED
Illl11 ,11 1i,1 4 m it 1 :4. I lt1 ,1, % 4 'ilts I l i hl I t
e II el s e' t e i l. t t hlci. I i I 1 t ll 1 -. lis.1 i ll, ti s
I- ail ..ie I lt, I-'s.i ,'r it, 1h I.4' s't 1.- Ii .t I IIItl lhF I rrom Wa s lIcsd4 li y:
Sl t I ,i1. in i s. i I tl. 'ie lilteIli- te ie 1 s i .eel hun I i se is t st 110 ***1 i te ls

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luitte t ieesu ssIII ,-. 1 -. of *: 4. e A it. I'l. 1 1. 1ak tit .4- 555~imrh 1.. I It% l'-iii
t 1(1H is,:h r "eA. '1_ 4 : .1 1 .1 % t to I lit I if ia 1.44 il oi se s f *.4 -
ing ce'rltein h iss i. Ill I t Ill .104041%.I -1h 1he 1 kwI' i iie. 4,461 41 l

Thbrnton (ailed Alexander

Liar; Fight Was Result

Il ALlAH StSt M I lie, t ise*lel l(ict.-' turned Mr Ai.vaaadcr
~Iutd' jtsetsi ii* ~e* ee e~~tsee ~Vesi are a dS liar'
lS ek ma 1111144teid 11 L.e s li ioIt lli Ct& it*ClUMOU I) the tA 1) C aMPe te)
1los iP. but s ren 4u ckhl) sI-jarate-d 5btr
HIMu &Hi Itc sl I.tKs.' es' I I' ll f 'I totie o aem teru ef b. ieu c
i. The tuo itf the- Mo It I~usi
It%- F Ae breils~ el siV, i I eIm~il% .I li ue A:e-4 frtinh Volaa ia ba~vA'e. c eied gtcoethcr sAm
is, a. tist I. ''lee ..us rlIe r 'mast all s vit-ro r iss ..ue hict. I he-
Nil ~ Ill e. A IV .!11 t11 VI: iel- Q tie ijes lf Iiv Owi lteit I
Aelfe ,rit le.1 iih isest. .1 11tes %1 ~r V,%i. eale r d1.-4liii. .1 last flight
%ea -I I II-Il I'l. !. l I ie i c I c Jiitkll i A Se 'e1 -o thAt tIllet tAdsei arrlteeAl at
jii-e'. a- I iid hu .' I '-I, met' cA 1-f %1i i1 a I-art ic Alfs I lti. at.1% eltIfe,.iese'ss,
lik %mt.~~le it i t l iee ho t -ii-ele .4 -' e0- hit~15 aic m i- i t l 'or a5 ~l s eel iwieei-sre
m4. i I lith t I. I stee i %sued' IsAeAI e ait Ii r AM tawsl. i ..atdii ls.' fae'e ecu j a free
11 i11 t 1 1 t. 1 .61 f iIl i s g.4te-a11cIi, t Ii heilge.' fegi s li I tli% s1a 1te 1%1rtl'ees a
IIlise-ro mI I an s1s 1,10e ..6 4It a 11 6.ll. a. ele 40114 e' tSOeII 41s ALIteake
I usilde-ir1.4eiell i at %it 111.6116he' 1i.. i s ie-r. sit %ti.ve
tl' le t tl1.61 ltt *c aust. i ts.'the. I. 's I r 11ieristeis a ashe- up i vtIes' arile r
lio earria hiee s ali.It I smae-n %rsei' s Aab r. I'.or 1s% Ar its.'to-l.e-ihestio. and atseteel that
11t4. 1.-I ea ietin I me e ir m mistake !.tr *Uhie .sisi hi. 4111, ole aue' 11 r A I. tasm ler hall
t1041 ni~utit' rertaitis tat shivu toa ahit h as.r v
Thus..'Its the- lestolt Atsf(he- hdee1 l. tn Isist true- aud ahl4ib ternid*4d104At ilir
livarel the. remtark thought tthat Iv ttielittehiredit him.. but to blt'uIsta him
get-atlerm~an fnmVoam~lusla~ was addlress &ree-csird as a legimlisteer
ilia tates cmloveii. .&gil' lmbagi The &fair Is regremtted hy the
I thiuiak it 11wsas writen liet turteiod* iiiof Wth

, th," ('i11us' t'4 'rt fir O'sheeg 50011
t i .. ( %i t .t ( I 'r 5c s h &trI I tI '
\ '1 1 1 I, l b sl ""11 + '

I II I it 1. % :1.li l t T %%1. 1 1 ilK ii Tbo .
'I tI I'I \lO n uslil TluS a bstes is

ai t osso k Iu. Ia Mn ibis the| St| m i M f
),r II li1 if ,i lf t lii ro
> r.irIle r n illl 11 i of \ t K .lnllr

brlrb at the easteinrm sectk of i h Ik
har rail The deflt.ndal iwerr Ihes't
ed by a auumber of friarudes Upoa **er
Inl. sad sieed In a n Mt cheerful

Mrs Emma Edmoad ew. daughter
of MIr Datd on af preswet tothe-
court room. aud. advanver to hwr
father, sbo las satedl greeted himt
aff. tknIaeleI( eiiag'1 hebr armu abhsMt
tlt. wistt sliher, she renitanld fe0
**. ral n.IInHit'fnlt (n caie ier rl
The* ee sit'r as tat her leliusrelssite t i
those h *l llilt se*h it as tIhe dro ,
lttoa) l t e i thI' e tI l M il el, jlla tlul rti
el IIt After a f' anlew'iii .I i- KeI
lusle ltacd lll il*,et' er 11a r guedtl i .
anId left the' -ai, ri rumiu as urllsr tlnlI
lof her slitmier-alt lt 4ilt aiild i ,, tll
Ilg Ito rtl(urll i is a sh ll *hill. Mrsll
ttneissedislsi( in l 11 .iilr'lrci IIttl e' 1
nman Slind attired hit a ir at e istl is.I
sof toulil tolark 1ea>l' a pretsits pierss

aoalisI h oaeslh the0 greed Jur rrintllr
ed aIs ludl4insrvl of murder il th.'
Oral degree on Misdaly afterosnes

(t's(ltisU.-d oe Pria Pll .)




Sm ibhn- I

TAI I.Atl atWkL Mat k AlMt a

tog dc weate the gW a )bf tto
kil thi el M # 1i W WW IS i

he Wtrougt hm agate te ta r
the teeite The lel toi

PetPi 11the me a1 e4 It h 4 I
*~%a "okairhi.- t l ser

Iae of thbt to iorer that sut it
bet brugt a atamt th t b d
a Jun tos a ate, r

oerv a bt api pdmwi e m

brought bet'i, the !-in-e

i esWre we relhat h Yt iIa
Usmal sad e thaM i ( e to he
mature of clqse lslathe$
Soeem whb veved 4 to WAW
p.eatime Itt eUptallm theIr eta mT
tg they wumNd be gthd to taI
the CtAig of (N. Wales itt S .M

but they appeind the ea0 II t L
-006000M,".- said SeasteI 8 OeIm.
"the Ie aiIte th State has *m
Wates partaea muh theSam
aptmlre that wsee dma the 9d. k
the Fedevwt tl vwe l` ftr a
eer s C
Sweater Jo.hs', beft-ed thM I
partte are set eatir to *O N'-
lS S,. the pewitlag"e t t, amli
aicteatry tltedw4
Matter NMO said masy pow Po
'0*. with sma* ila ai hiebd tA4 he
:>*o* .ill I t Ika. *liM M rclI
shut ast If mw iwth ai I ft i
m to tqw atlkeeV4 thI rlatk
"It **it hk a dtatrer to atest
.e S' maui 1itt a *hrg, lam |i me

s eu t e'r *> t ',i latin. he flly a
S. i. 'e t'er *f* Ii It to am ed

h'll wh at 0, 0 h1 *1 ,'le< RY s
S.' **i % I lieh n'i *'ma*ke a*l 41ath
ii tw'hit( s% I hre hill te1 heS4t that
tIo 14-t th<- h*arU ee*n mentrel' e*sM
it sult In the- s*eMris eligNI rhu1489d
lith iruniltA is )t cl loital itM ItI*s the

Ite-ttlor Mrl*eenel e*hke in ft*aWr se
the ameewdnwl. clalril thai t the hMIt

OftOMW d

11__ IPP S- Y)

.4r Ill P -) -
k sasw owtw" -- m,

t somaw amP IVAN" am of 0

L ONWW V 40 f bdb

hi Ii -

sor as wmpd, -ow

masaw Moes wod bidbf
&ANN isa I

omw &saL

a rra 69 ftow am" 4

vhi the _g 3e ,_

AM bW *=@WAW IS ft &AftJ

w e U b e e m 1 s 1 -

that' the b. ll*hiao 40
the -nome a

"W" of mswaba o bIw f so 0
""-ftbk *bn s "OWe
*S" tomwe b he hihas0b

thug she IWII -S
Iku tis imi Y IIPIY

;aft of 3W -O I
aaoA n0 noo k b a vu
tune at\ -~r rHIh IIP I

William Jennings Brya.

Writes FlorMda Legsate

TAI.I.AIIAt1t Ma)! M A egtrkhy ineI. sW I ada l eda I0 b
hkt. r I(hm tlsu% H1lltla JetisnI takI tal riterI I W "M haIve nM
lirian as* srn to the tletl(aturv Ie I pleas a to hae .mn6
teetrdt br Ititer t lwtl (UthlrtIi S *" wit Uselm a LtAr ewht h I
umbMittista theeIs rlle te th(koetrr ilt ask ) ea to I h to in L*l

S ,; isiIle,,m n of the tl'ie at4ls ir I
hoI, eith realos r o ho. Is taIr veir rSU
Imil. AilAUt cOes It of a t CUMI MUlnIstlkt
r.v.s-ln- hOt mu. from IIsM William
i' tilt i i le tl t e
It I a lc-tlile |tI nl he sta(l,' ,I
11i sIi t o r lo n *t i *e*'est. it
*I .. Iii) -Ie|.Ith l' ft hls li ait s
aii *|.'iabass-e i tfso the tuh or 'w h
(i r l ll. *.hi,' lt.r t he Ie, k 11 'o h
c ia Ieit Oh 'lsg mto( I lse ib tool .
**I usi tm-w lt oi the- t.g, lotml ur' It*'
fm slher -tatI e
I thllllk the soft that I Iehht
to l i a ltoier to Ie relad to *he
i. *la6ure rather ithan attel p to
. k- M ci. i%...ma. r a. *ik& mmLLm

I hbate the hma' hi to bre 1'

'AiJIUR? W fll1t5UUY'c

Ahter esaprousalg hi. wwruv"M.boo
inS u~mae' rto vieS telahammsse hele
thee rhie'of The hlaitY, e.
N ir%& bnm Uba~ isvewsm a
m"uss er seE s Ierta. -e mof Il
ale rqm iderwd 1awm. hbefoe fthe pp
0.0t l~iecteturv speak%$adg of G.
eee isq tu states Me.ban rma"
lhat ItA it o OOtlme arges094 M

"400" rathe othas bb
"My wwor b e*I thet mm
menus ~ ~ ~ ~ lw ise e.~'- -J 'I' in hehsese ae

tell l'eiet %%ecip=MeVk the hmor -
do""our byp 1bs .l a.ratmse &asd hp ftA
I~r~~I~~ nI Il ~ LIU P 1 U

2 1 I


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tl "- -r p -!

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am mM m a


ST ha

m~ w___

ssub no slumm

S)r lL II a

-51 r -' MaroI~
a- a MA

a lbo mto bas, bowevo

o"am soft aa
b"a m ha p saft

a f m. am
~P emy mmdma
ow of on "Wik -A Oak*
awe of Oman& bi% Lbk 084

Whewsm be w eaOO frA of kmA
Cmkema a a srw ad V MWo
hi Im 16 0 SO. baM. 6he'bi
%be&~ *" aa etu wtb A tw

rib. a e4I

a maI % bakIu tip
= to rt th

-oll "A

'~r- ,A--wlr
C~mmaa hnrrr

we umb be q4 the
ow II Mak ---a- ,~ ~nM
Wb5M ato to ossme

is a th

OOPAML ft 4quw bth

I Ihim se (-m ke
4* ow d 51 "ade. 5inM00
h b a* so* ot of th

Ma ther ha-
2dkW eowa boooftat hew

"Immoom of ow sm mdbw aveo
me soumo be oetsrw

VMS"sm "opmeboft*Ro

1~ ~g' L'-u Sm Augusi
woo r evmw ewwuw SAW to as

4" go" boom Ifts at Ame"M
a T~
'b SL 4A N. ha eefkt4with
ba ow "We"
TU wwb bo war *a tafd to

p~ru~ g~qwr w~ e~ rrr
the* as plo fefumft. m t
~1 rn mmd. )rdIm tv he

he1I b ltwin'tt Sm ethlt
be" I gqmd be* ma fwpe wi

se ed w~eul tbe ug ha era 4wr
atda s r*e 0 6 'f

YOW4ed tA ar-" Itwe 1te t%&J.
Vveruweed **A l t'a,' tae~tar A

IA L %e a r.ttv."a '.'
tCeIA 0',*V~ut *~a1' t iIl
tiN% gbe' 1. Ix'ea ~~ q

~~~~~W ~~ ~ C hah %"~.I9 ,*

~~Ip he re e"-,--"o-rt.t v4 M. "%'-. .'i. *
IC-l~" M L o IoI ar 4-A WA)tr~f %-4 it-, \1 4 r~
%b se* sitma him a1tar t 0'tA."'~'I it'.
emhe. poop@" of uaaeew '64 te% l at .%r4 ti
bO.-I t sLug "A a vr.b '%O % 4"A .I -m
pm $New a bb M-4ml 1m VA&%% 044ft.""
%b 'bf US m to bh te Ow tug mw IM t'a tc.ih w el. t "

51 to a hed thee of It d a "s-

Tr m W a b 1' Nufutas hfI1 lt xra's
bmlo me*"A Ithag y,"d&VA tIs .n r .l ol* -
a ILI a%- )ab, a -k-

ha~ whel Sa in s-~ed aae,
as" ok *"A II b twooom
ubw u0 ,401tbees"-
" wV -a I -Mbad tas

ple u"*y" meetw mw

hb o Am Tekb ftoeowsorha

he rm -rr 1W emue tadr I
Oldma I sum Y
-U w tu tIhhes rk t b.*

I. ma prus a ll Lusr nushlrI
6gs t sO IN Ian us et wk

the weem 51r~ er Mess.wa
will be beet sceam*umd s4 r r

.stvkwd rI aou e a tat giaw~ the~
ow"A( it #%m arr "%*,A Us lI
coo, "mb t ihu. waqwIn tums
wtEoumpow fwubd rfrall otralfh.
laise w oaMWlt rt C. tts'Io thas
billt Te gua tei e eI ., IsIto
No prumpe"ad pa11N ot fa ewel"%".,
whe hew,. aaeoitisebut pe'nIi t &at
)"low lf"bis aftd .ep..a ea~t'
massl bmUme" wa"Ing 'tote s"GIA
"we aevshtI* ")n rae Te ol*eo
ma b weore pst reugit 64a00
FMg P'wv .y~

as" so aw omf

SdY %]OIL SU IA It' lal

a rriifts balm wrot", a llksb% vlw

ar mimeq heta M reftwen N 5qko aft.
wit 9"koe wth all httd. 0eI ...ha tI.

na&e ttturv heallo ?Ieenol' ii

sb e 14i t A I e h' l a

Womh q rrrth ihl.1 I
sate r~ gw Isi. na hti 'a ti

f~teecrtp *ncI Ceegates 1 ,
1110l 891 A t I V. ,%-I I ttk.
It A 11I 1%f

ilar 1%% Ut' e It II M .41'1`1t4 111 10
Suet dcie' r % ft. 4 1ahas-. 'se t

4111) 04%41 6 1p *Iu' ISd uS burn

'4lulrle ths tie kings ruresI It Iw'w&
asolI I At &W ng swum

MISU Cape$

'r .r r0-0r SSS *I*qft
,.* LC*) *L~I S)ia~ght We',
44% % etel cI T

.-e. *~q. n a ''' v

i'1. 1 c t wo e-

old tc adeed a so". see,10.

'rFr'truh othe v te l thb e'tom t i he
t"A'"frVA-r tiet 11*0 tbr".t~.hr
With 1ANI%.,rW. reI'e Ptnfliw'd it
's It n o 9 o and tinit mmew. arI.-
vstr' trr TheIw'9 iv n o f baewv. IN

the aan .
o v+gwo -w mwas a mingip-bar-
l al r tsru s d na y as# ue k was
mfrou d to pqmsrm the art. The se-
ww"O at we *e io*themelaes up to
the deputy Sd we" e obtutbt er"
md plaro4 in Ie to awi the &cim
of the gmed fyv.


m wapo ef .ftp Y"" c Osuple Ia

At the bon* f the brides pameuts
so Medmor moning.Mir. Jobs fur-
1000Hatgetvr of LAeshsugmadMiss
LAss. isa. e#Moot dauhterOf
XT and Mmr. 0e0. R. 0fLt.weft hap
wity married. Rev. T. P Hay of t',e
rst Presbytetima church pertbrmig
the reorraay.
The afir W been ket rather a
rfe by te aCotract tagParties and
oRLw a wrr manll umber of friends
er mfprosum hesid the mmodmiate
tamlI' to witness the evrlony. Thb
parhrw bad been beantIfully decorated
OIt Isf-rS. fRls and plants of all
eettlptttil the u'om being darkened
awd the tigts shaded the surround
INga to Wqhsgket a seavening effet.
lIss CRIi Sbas been resrd In this
11 a: ., _' ks ad a'c,-z .i L, del u
L&Ad' She was t'mtiful rla Stinee
' a tri'linig suit of h rbmwn. umt
hat tc match. while' the- grtnm iwct
il'. e'%n".mVqctnal hilack
liattl. r I A a % '11111tig mall t!
i.:r.( fl~ ~t!'I Ic at 111t1.ii' tithe0
*ncast-4 In u'i. -in V hi" to%
I I, htr.-tA ant r..
~1- nCAlsl i vi ioir In h I -l

I t, hs r It "t i nrr .. tt,
r c. r r.. t er(. -rIn S

wbr r. t U-'

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t~ t~e .'~ 11W11,11 :c: 1 ,.pa-v and
~trtiervfsrv rv-iju! r--- "citui !I 'fiUt iti ;t r, m
meit Hal l atarrh Vur,. manitfac
turod h% r I .1 qhoji. &0 & t'e Tq
sh t.i t the o u ( ctist Ittluio4nal cur,
,im thr niarkeI It I tAkvnn it. rnall
it 4,%.* % !",on, i 1' .1iv.;-s'ti til 1*41."'J'iIi
f.l It ca' cit. rev cfin tIhe bltod andi
Viti-fil -~~~urface eofifitb. '- *tetin Th'.%
*t~off 44ite 1. imi e # lv c i el lar'. fir.sill,
q -a It fta' '- ,. 11i. '. *S f-i'm girth

it "I

CrowfngeS Seg Cleaned.

A 0 4-A' I

i I t- I I t .1.:- tMil IA.ea

$aE IT TUB on
A -on a eer assiads r e ise-I6'.* L
I`%; IMS411*0 for, arA Isersaiiii #,r~
r-al 6 6" WMA&C11 fle~lirattic %%1&6 0"14bi Was
am W- 6000 It 0C tho efeat ret. tcefUs
016%oIf tbe ea A:.& a 0utuK. Veras mD .
Usg vI sWD owA'W* to. *i Isib0 a sort&*
Ceurgy u u.e li1a 'in '.6611 1110.11 111d 1 ed b
tog Ire%. Tvt is "at la' ''eud bt. Da lloga~t.
bhee *600 I&t&we at. fte ., I. *ISI.&Oa

SYou'll eat more

B Quaker Oats B

Sand eat it oftener when you

8 realize that recent scientific Q

Q experiments show that such

Q foods are by far the best builders

i of health and strength. Quaker Q

Q Oats in tins is guaranteed to Q

~ keep fresh and sweet indefinitely Q

Q in any climate. Q

Q Quaker Oats f'mi'lv si7e package contains Q
the finest china. A.k \our dealer about it.
I tb Quaker ats Ompany

I Established in 1881 1

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P KP %Tl ch N'
4 '1.4
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BI the cta'.,
4 Litt.er
Lat'irei weieW.
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at lb g&Lmoe
4 botlesl
YI.iar iitwiujd

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irtIon for future nhiud-
The' Ir(tt hulldtln ti o t cot lin-tr ii t.,Il
t1ll I.- to thl.e eat of theu IA', ito,rnit
forlesi n:.i ad.v tot i truth i fet iia l this
ll II I o 'tt in the' tletlc h othll h4eil if

W\'lhi tiih Ihi- ailn the (;Gtnrrniont
huildlin 111 ('Ilur-e of ,erection ;laines-
elllr will I a ; 'tr Ilmmy city thin
-unimm.r. for a l.ar'.:' lni,'t r of citl-
tens will also ii;:na\ nI' hii :ll's i erect-


One of the saddest deaths to occur
in the La('rosse community for many
a day war the death of Miss Pearl
Cox. which occurred at the honm, o(f
her father on the evening of ';th of
April. after an Illness of more than
nine weeks. of typhoid fever. Heauti-
ful In her character, she was beautiful
in her death. From early childhood
she bad the hapl.y faculty of smiling
e very shadow away. If morrow ever
came Into her fair young life .it was,
hidden behind a smille. She was a
perfect ray of sunlight wherever she
went. She radiatedl cheerfulne'.-
among e\ery company. Always a
smile upon her f:;ce. hr cheerful
heart wa to eter 'olroni. a in the*
clouds of their so.rrmw s.
She was a diligent an di fai'hlful Suni
day school pu111,l froti chrldhNoed i'o
know hor sas to los- h-er
[low had that he-r uIInaK and halijl
lIte should so rPoo go out. and that
the bright andl chs['rt.il Iath of hr
los ly ) ol.ll! it Olll.IthimoId bliu7ild so>
.-udd.l.I. .l *ut. I .iM w ill thl, n merior'
uf lh ,r lbli' tii t. ii 8..1, 9 9 i
'., thle ine'liiiri ii! Itl.',n. 4 ii> ah, .. .&.

'. le- h ot l, i llilf 1l of..A 14 l l. l < l ll .
% t-4 1 leI t
She, hadi o 1 t I t i I 9191AIt19' s l a ih fll

,.rtAk, ii thi' l.w d l ll tialaJdv. Sh,
7i; ll \ 1 9 ...t I !itt ip t.o h*" it

11it14 9lt i rl. w I '\ I'' e t.z.a il tl* '-
r .'!
S ie ll i At- I. I Itr ll Atitn l Ii l;ia
S l ti.r < I i. i 1. I KL
i *ee I ( 'i i..i 1 II i 1lt l 1'h I I

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9 i. l : ,! .' ;1 I 79 ", 1 *1.a- 1* '.

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IH.,II.I I. I, tIt '.l 7, 't, *I 1'
t r 11 i a .' i 1' tl
C\\. ii lli i 9 'i l !., I r-':( ll 1 1 l
'. t II t.i wa 1i9l1 h,'h lei, *d9a l tho,(
* .in '*liifor tl t,1 th r irok. ii hI ;rtl
i or lo e' hlal lut osff l t 111t l iil t)f
it lirth
'Th"- l .taii, it h.11.d g. hat re inl 't -
AndI ho IWI. Ith ll >,..* 'I-iai' r that
glaiddelnl*d theo ,art I.
lio'l h il.- I* olg' Ol l t Ih I.tit l111 blt-e
I know .hi' has goti wal re I r r fr.
he,..d i -t l i r d
'With lth Io.'.ut Ithat dAillt I bhe r

! h'ro lh light of he r riiulll,'s canieiot
ltw iiarr 1
Nor the hbe.art fluig b(ack from ita
I koitw -h' hae drunk flnoi the let1h-
thlat flow..-
Thr.ro*uh thei land wh.r<' tI e d<1

'That *h, h ','- ,* ri. iitors oil> r* ix
And t .k0 Ieciii at oul. r "egrets
A F'ill'.NI'

Rev. 1. W. WalliamSon'fl Letter.
K.'t I "W \'illtarntua Hlnit a torlii '
UA' 'a writ-e. Thi t 1o ..rtif
that I us'd I"ol,'> Kidne') Hkrll'd
for nerkou, ekhau.'tiun &lad kidaje'>
trouble aud am free- to say that i!
will do all that ou olaim fur it

fo7>) s Kldey arte-dy h aa r, tored
bealtb and irougltb tu tbouwad of
wea. run does pi*plie C itatas so
Barrful drugs and is pleaantd tu tae
J W M)cColluMa Co

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I q0 -h 0 0 t4i t 'll *-111t i t t.'litit 9,C
I(t 9 t I | 9 U| 11 .l t l 9, In g Ii i TV 1 -.
ttw slAtin t o f rv ln es'* tin to
| l l lt t'l | i -o nli ,* II I I ll
It arte. 4r .i itly ii n .tnlllh 1 t' I I, i' I i ; .. .1
tri ly as a lam stivr. Al I 'I t q4 t. ,tit t"n ,n"9 IHi,.t t %. ilt i I.* tt
|I;(u a"' knienw to i sni t p'rrvW ~Il I.' Th.- ':*:t 1. hi i -t' e' ki n- i ;j-
ithy irin.. so it frre frninA ll 1 t i 4 rtin \1 ,. .tstl 1it are' iIe hsilL* *>f 9t','
.l4 ,, uittne .o TTo I't t* lrwrnfical dtictlr H T VrTr..iorl'k .tml e:lstiltt ,
eff.'te srwl rrhi'rcha the gnusnt-. 'll HIlunt. l.(h of Ih. c. ra Il'
niantlsfr(Samd by the ('lalif.aesr u iF'l tynrip a hlch h haps tI.oweni lrat' It- *I l.a.n \II
(' only. s a j.Wte ale iy aUll lpadi d'ru.g- asr adl .Iack lsimntll daill ftir the.
i l'l* eft r. ''t mointlh a nd th.e formlne
inI chare, of the .' N-whe-rr% runi pras
.- -..- ticall. ,rTer iin-, Its inauguration

WUE EnrS UI D RY (ionductor rrederick i onoe of the
nmot popular hell-ord "yankers" in
P ,5 M TDTAI La this section of the State and will
proie a drawlnl card for the new
Pervlic. Many of his old-tme drum
WILL 0E REPLACED AT THI mer friends will learn with pleasure
that he has been placed in charge of
the run.
There has been much favorable
Sherman W-eave Plae LLm at Comment upon the mew service. and
there seems only owe draw-hack.
About 3,, With Only One whieh will be remedied as the 18th.
Thoueind Inuranlo. That is the matter of time required
to make the scbedule.
The los by afre of the Galameville u 8perlntedet McArthur of thi
Stsam Laundry at an early how uw division made the initial trip to Jack-
day morning proved to be a awlo sovill with th train and It Is his
ateston to urg ebae aIn the
one, the owner Shtrman Weaver. 'tat. t to r a chan the
g that it would resch l schedule which will shortea th time
Ing that It would reach fully $3,o5d.
with only a small Insuraace of $1.000. bour or mor and m e t a re-
lar "tmsa~em man's speecll."
Nothing definite is known as to how lr ine *an s
the building became ignited, but it I, Later In t s a pecl
foIrt will te made to Live this ser.-
the general bell.f that it was thee to e t -
work of incendaries. Judging from the ce include Suda. which will ive
the ileople along tie line a noppor ts-
manner In which it was burned. At the ieole along th lime an opportnW-
the time the fire department was call- ty to lliat Worthlnstoa Sprtags ald
Sd. out the building was a conilete siend the day. As the weather he
comnles warmer It woeld be the meo
ma.s of flames and the high class of com ert would
ofwork formed b the men w carrylnng a large number of pleas.
work iwrformed by the men war sre-seekers to the springs on Sea-
c-lo. thinx remarkable. for the entire.
h..ll et..hl k ldi~ ..lli a v d.I 4 This day. .

sill have to be torn down. howe srr.
as it -annot he relalred. the buildlirl
inow wing within the Are limits and
will ha\%' to Iwe re-Ilaced with brick.
Mr Weaver has made all necessary
irra ig ,'imentsl to cotllin uc his bIusi-
*, sO :;mid at t'.i4' a ir.'il th I Ov)'il:
.( an 1 l4itintr ( of hiu. o nadit.ili it;m n
:!--:. I that I11'\ 1.; (I ou hi,- s erk liri
I11i. V. l ith w a3 .,gr.| -l to. ;all I',
-ta1iI thatl hit ai .~tr'rm. will tllt )w
i9t" l l *'l0 it t oI I'1 .7.' M .t\
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.f aliC lt tIA l~. glatvI-o I o I I- 9e* '-l(Itit
. tioutxpi t ot, Satlu i Ie.IIa a .(I t~i 5

-troln ,.-r %\iih in1 to1 tho,-' init r.-'e* I
tlh.t thl li.illinl au.'- -*'t ,( fir r


(,.mano- llh.V Florida
IN.ar Sir Thl w iiit qui-tion lmill
e-d down is slnill. tlhi-
The' I'liit that, tak,' I.'a s gallons.
we.rtrs lolKngest. aliwa.
lIu'r, all inirtaln(c e
E (O. Perry. KaMt hth tre.-t. EKr.
i'a painted t o houIse-. Panir' size'-
onl- Lh'atw. thr other with another
Ilaintatat ~ane'- rice. ,took 3 Kgllos
I cv to 4 of the- other, and in :i
.ar- Ih'Uo aita' th- lh be.tt(.r looking
Jo1, YVour.' truiI,.
' \ r II\'(E: & ('O.
I' S The. (;.lin-tall- llardware*
(', .l i l oUr 1I all1

Judge Mason Unites Couple.
From Sunday's Dally Sun:
('Count Judg,- MaSloi last lighl t wr
fori*d a Umarriagte ce-r.nliou) feor H'
M1 itu,,-ll and Mrs. l k-le Iouxg at
hi re aide'o'- The couuple' ha'- rent
*'d b huu in South (;alnotillI. wiherre
her) mill lu future reside

lJan's Regulets cure costipatlloa.
wue the ltomach. atmlula the liver.
promote dilrstUon ad appeUte and
*ay pnagsuo of the kowel. Ask
r druglmI for them. 26 cosat a


iW11GI SPRlt'.. Mai ..-Mr. It. A.
Ke'lly diol haitle Frida) romln tht, eOf
fec of g:lloillm ai coU.-IuJI 111t 1 1. lit'
le.ac 0 'a %af. 1' IJ I( mir children i to
ht: li, Its-The dt'o .ap-o'd %as a
'a'.' .' in ii t ii'*o l ii!- filtie ral 'a u
dsa (te d ii ~ur t hu aujloi'es (of that

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i.l I I'l I % \ ,ia o-I T h i T .Ir I1,:W iN
trn-iil- l i r. 9 if t it o. e e|9'a.ir'inie
Th'I 1- .N w ('* I 'I*lt Club1 hl ,.l it
1.L t IInI' Il g of IthIi' 1-1o itIl I h*
.:l(diior iiiTu 'ridla;\ .;1 41 :ltdjouurtetd till
the. firr-t w ee k iI (Wtolh*r
~1'l- tmelllll ('Iol,' of f \ "'I'crot-. is
ai lliKg her M.t,.lr I1 r. I. MIl.
(;rad\ at Ir.-irlnt. and i addiniK ver.
miuchh Ilashur' to be r fricinds, and *o
cietv inl Kgneral
The party which attended the olwn
intg ball at Worthington Springs re-
nlart a l. ry pile.asat occaslou

The Ladile Are Grateful.
H4iatlor M('cCrar. llio. l yd L
'art and T A lkke l-ar Sirs
W'e.. IIth ncilmTrw.r of the Wonman's
('bristian Tnmijsralnce I'ulon of Arch-
.r. I-g tov cxter.nd to )>oU our heartfelt
thank. and de-l' aPil,-reciatlois of the
nobl*' Iwork IIn the glorioums sector)
that sam ila L ,d LO the-L S-nate iand
House of Hlr,.rf ,s.tatl es last w e-.k
It a c('rtlalnly grand rwit i to all
riioihern. tihn and sitlT-rna all a o.r
the. stat.. anid aw all appreciated the
grand anid inoble ork. and oe Againl
thank )ou. ech Uln.. for your grand
stand ii the- a(t
Archer. April 2. .1u*#

Hoarene.s. bronchitis and other
throat troubles are quickly cured by
roley' Honey and Tar as It sooIth
mad hets the laalsaod throat aad
tbrAchtial tub(e ad the ot obU-
msaw 6ouh 0 l sppeW Iowa ups
having t poalm F otly's o a
Tar. J. W. MOCollah a Co.

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A"n "oMur the Wqu

ammp aK M O ae M a -m a tn
iog m, ev meate a ,s frage b4Wi gl,
-Ible oSm us&fmm art
aft so" am" sud mmm I ~toae a ob

thseam fit a= of s w am m
a nof SIMa a m s
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Need have Ino ttrmr t for you. Putting
Ilai t-yV away safely is insurance apinut
ailv' r'ity.. No Olie' liould lie without
this plrtection. We invite you to make




Do You Do Any?

I Inot, ) lIy not starrtan1 uIaccount with iu now? TW
lc.deJral Ilaiiking lAws Itmake every stockholder of
this Ibnk liable to its del.,sitnornM for twice the amount
oIf stock owiinel. Add to, thii the management o
affair bly our enici'let oflit'*,r alid directors, also the
nrgular inlljectiou I y the National Bank Examiner,
land you can feel secure in placing your account with
thlis iank.
t bpl i0l lay 4 I not mW w 1 -- a

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a U-fnsmm du y kokortsme-t
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be V ab luhmd AM &ads"
haw- 31u b u a. Ifr heha Ids
I pdse1m a qas-y large as leh
a" hb" he boshi ha m by W1
65SO. 3-*aeto stowa Pesia.stamp!
CMU bs dsgpmOy p. s"y lkwer?

Thero. ot @ gmbahg h In wat by
wF -" -r -srrt I rr

A*m emadIIrfy me d for-
Sembhe dkblsevidumsomthat laws
h4 e e..dW to ubetsafly mke
-am* m -pmbA- The
W"rise In wheatprim sWms of so
b eftto ow iwwl I sw asa
PON hI rW to rw ru o
bw Me tI per thf or r hSN
b t he -a

mw assabmeArgmpusab"d at

os t- fwom the athtw

- v9 M o. hei etestablimash
if h s at am epNaram aso -a
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sewed bw a s e bv" nTuhem
--asy. 31h1 rhe dthe WV
dmwoti. addstasawhichloarida
IoS'he hr s I t Is
SdIwume that the amal aht
bove so Wtaksm mm heteroaem s6ster-
prim"e ofthis eharaer s thr Is Sat*.

arm pavfag the way to he eel down
sas b ard by the people. remmarks The
aveusas ChrosIds. 3lboaor
w" pme he hsa" i sthe lI meIh
sad am e rever inchin as the public
t twil l"relyh be miss" he ad
se fIN IIN gonai; ee mam

bah ee -' Inimd p34uSdq
be wimem b Abe emaw geldom of d
Pef he UInuly suty. "lwby
Shp ~dPon"d ispsthmsthes

he a th bethaMsbmf ume arn sswpe
mum bo Adwsme CIh43

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It belpop" 0 it tot f *
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-bw 4- w S sIt wml to awo 41V 01" .Aea o*
s mba an 0 TIE .N" weof 13%401'ftb powmeows f 1 ft
bm 11810wwoul IL 0d g gol" that O. hi. tS is i~ wr eow .4~'
am MpwISo-int qUWg.I-mb t o
On*Mraloso o he qar~ eas --AUWSIM-.e v IwtwoM'w
dn PU helf athe b *., 'm lb.f* SWOONS

"It o _____suet weosfm-a

---f ofew *of twu *Ov to to*
two 41s .f Im aPot of IL 1114Wit" atthe V!laIlk" the 9lpo
so onos sma- etbow"how* insl5' ve,.sS we a In u
-g*100 ood al owoom reftmpthe heewells.t001001

1111001111 1aV on*#44
-I ~- -hn t

one *W Is a M at 0 4180100104 may "1 as Itawl, 11000

unkGo tb w lo-Abe r" DowI fthe 2604N
he ) u _hu" ___ CL \
he--- deh l~ u

Th@0wl ae d 'o n a the peb ef**us

NOWhwood s 00 loot ait v wwe -1esow asn
he whum S-- tmt.rI 1, '~i '

so Isae oo;usw a mw &es b Wwoftel sme of us me
nt; u fa was,"" w he th1e Inte wto 11wto OLat.
~br Sad13 Cr CrPf 7 a5 n

wse So m.N ww. to fbt ek. 'rberetwu. L Asan WV1Gheftmheto
boo owswem~f mn ISm soWgLt. Oseruos .1the Sawe Of Fher. d60v"M
OL 4ww pempsipw Me tV e enby deepae &.4 psgmljn Sa-
who ale i Is hephuson te 00lbsmth- day. Mar $. I**.. as ,Usiber's fk.pv V
mat WNWm h e ,l5i son t in owinembeM d that It bh*e rwI d
IlmeGom; ubsewe have a PF486 as me& if anl bouM & ad 'taker %
4 VW Ine In 4 athowW oWwithby the pe@oIi' of thi s afo- ewbhe s
6e gawk am s my mMSk has [)" shoo"d now b e *ego, 6 is mks
boss Inhe yi ew5 thea t M he aro s the yerM
Ishe m5'.The wwahe so soIt3*Ot this Wtlec, day fty aisrwvee
f after &" the toheever. mned Stht the to prTV4 t
**90V V9WbO 00b lya mt~tarsm Other &A~ e* 1W W ed !%'VI
V"w at this qmaiim the passageot .wanwvering a a hite caruatle'. At-
this reseeti would he heoMev- &bktieu-- A .~audw.for trur~t% 11!
owl fRsth. %,by do we wath w dig- fxm for beaut'h it's rus""*-:ite V
tbashise the asw* is fuids to an) k ine.i at, aid S&i ha
Wuatexte t hebingUorSae %&s tie listing i iai.t' fT f e*
already dlaftimebised himlFrom the &!I theag a n:,,- ,..
mba to rids k keys. ftom c A nI th. ;.. I SekltSr
tais te toGovernor. what oW h basarb thr 3
he electedo What policy hb" be il,.t W.'r" *-r ".*~
Yeaf forced on The Stte oer on an% ahit. r-& % t. :'
CountY Of the State' The wssaxe .W i *1 : r-rt U71 %'k
this resoluttm mould not to fbw th n0 i.-ut o,lS i -
pro ot political iner. forhe e I>,- 4n V a' '
. It would 001Y swund the toera :. k I .
that wouldcall the \North to ane-1~.. i-, It .
&ad array It os mre in "olid ran ks;. %It I.

'taustu te WBOtw It VOU I rodtn
a 1ght that we have already wum
It would place Ieolparde a w-torr,
that we have already ained
*We endured egro sIufrater ashu
I was easuta disaster and r. r. but
we pasid through that to a3 p ri .1
gat. and now we wish to thrue as a'
the gaa.
"Do the eatimesa whbo are di.
ceialag this -eea not kbow that
the @oth ga lAe fteu rvprle ata
4ves th Cbogr msd Sftwe electoral
vet" by the efrcheSme. t of th
eagr M sad that we would ose mor
tiha tlht MUmber ew It ttwy wer
Ildsrome i ? Before twhe anero
hbome raters the South had olt
IthrUi fthe apre tatlio on its me
gre pptitM-Mthat is to ay. the ret
restiMS .of1 the, 9.o.*I B*grro
woIld sow e cut to &5.Wu h* We
wrould la- the rWprverstattn ofI

1,05*5l ps4eage-that Is to as'. mit~

1 *4 a tAd ttA, .1, -- -
.uwtablv "I at-, r.: t r !,: --
tr Vit *hi e to iMnS &.a. to r r .amhr
it ,.hr is cd. '.

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and frot ,the' d~-vilg" 't ttmaa~t"Lnu va0t om
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e','rcia' '4 tC. Jaitb ft Ibs. 1ZgLt '4 '.* -0 T.. ra',
weO A til aJ Ylr. U H 1ISLAII Ut.. Uar~ hiqu~ j.,
ol WIituis Tel Inith Cic had tsWr &.4"
OUSPiffl'fr the twP&"strv OwALO dhm as a tUWSde
"4 ,errthtij possible wa" 4ja W W I H ( S
$as 0 Relife Tbohe fmelwavsofhe dw ~
ga that pisce &&d their large musber
of frisad0s et"ad O~.'v&4lcw 'vt%.%v a .a. ,
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t-" ~.aat a-a s- t :1'. 'cN -4 the w e '
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a ar-4 04 ry, 3'W wTW awe

meim the ta4 he ef f
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tpw he sw e t to mp -mie' a VAt

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1 -Lf fi wr~ s::I gi'. meI tea mm
at I wil 'rTake the evmty4w
is I* v w"the g-eq Wws4.afte
'b mm *o eyes. he wwa wII
to g!C. Pas mow bK b ine* tbm
-#a =*u* v" sswilthe m'wwmty4h*
veee rr I t he s. a.d OWw
-eauwd =W rbmd uw" tfmtber or

J a. ag'a&p Ihe was sw
raiew4 by Odkinw hNthe ww
mga GPMa a m or WIy a"d a-
termas a evd h oweas. w"
to "r uean by .ruf 3fm
w Th oeo seembd is he a d
stmadty e to ba caw. as R&Sh di
kLrw h h adbw at the vwt to
caml; wise the a ezFCe at
the sr'rM wie the ihdietmet was
rcw 4 and h is evoe a rwasde-lt
04 He #.'atdprw a Owe' of am~ gulty
The aop & sesss wa rqtt
a arra&Wmt z the- !c!,'vu1a 64-dfeu
L J .1Kay cr*mihaa trrne and
graTj 1&'rw- ar- d ad TI-mdtd

Saw V6 ,%ira cbAw4 si elliug
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*'.~oc t. carsvu Vd ,R the s MUNI
'?".`' ~'iti. snrotbu ov crr at
%h. ?aht of taturda%

2.30s and LA I. t
4 .%r&,av ding bim i ';-. jt
tvd t. ID('i rd.t
i th' fir-* 6v.-CtW JiJ&; I). a-k
tif h- *'' I ~e baid -.-rl d
a-' ~ U:~ S d filmf tn nl l4otll
c-; '~! tLt.!0 so- ft( hl-, W e in
!, "arid- (4 Carter & IA'tn
c (. k sa tnytjr-,4 to draw
'r.-" tt~o ;,trv bc&- all nanft-% remaht
I -c ai too%. aand su. ) to tb.
?' tr qr9a owrcial truirt.. rt'rnabl
ri-a ~Thur-dar Iuig at o ctcrk. %ad
nr,4 r '-0 nam m to be used In securiant a inci
!in the cape of t b.state Va. Pelr
f.Y a'~ .ad Osteiu.

C*" Comm
rhurlag the wfnesMw the trial dck-
t %as take up. ad the fllowiug
(1vl caser dSgo pof.
C. A. -tes & Co. m I IL Adr-
ma. a: elwd.
Jwephinw M. Ahb vs. PhIfe
Was -damage": m uaM
H. D. Weed m Atkade (aat Us
RaMOW" CM-. 4mge; da e db---'
matim St Ph~ibtw
A- W. Taylor va. aiswflOW ad
Omit EaFO& nmdt; ONMtbin
.D a DLWar amw. he' mW
of W. A vc vs. Ad ak
Coa Use Rasld (W. ass ni

j Thiw nC vu. C. IL ald W.
D oha. aMN- dbaMUm;

Vlk I~eM av F. I. ham.
be e f Or Onve. at. ams: o-.
P'ra* Ucho&4dv m. FH. HDraman.
saessups otdamaefe; mtIuSS&
& B. Hubbard Ca ro viC.It a"d W.
N. Tam. asmompsit. dames; amw
Calgs' & Ovens rs. Gaimesrile
C'ece Co. damage. continued.
Webereepm coot adjorned until
-3A o'clock p a.
Aforness Se sqou
Tbh court onaewd is te eafterans.
Ut1 rb. oni' busiucs of importance
"01 cmto -for t Ow.bud) was the re
;Kort of th -grand jury. and the bring
ang o( tao lyriosers Lnto cort.
Tbt. grand Jur% came into open
r'ourt aad p.r'.situld the foiosong re-

Stqt \xS JohnA

liurd. receivlina

I -tl n i'td*. a true bill.
Srt, \- QOlthia and Rnsa IJ.more.
pgrard larer-nv. a true bill.
.Stat. Wllim Slerks.. ral-. a

1. 3 Kixht. criminil
r.- i anid grand lar'r'e'. a true

l'u' !i-fl- lr.-akig aisd

:ri ''~1- cl 11 :i true. W l l
s- i.s I la id Wa ker. a- .aulIt

K:.j. 1& : t, I lld s it: ?-ar. 0hit'. t
as t I,. (I tt1*0.Statt.-%a j W
: r -a r, r I !m. re thse gravid jury failt-d
r rul asi, fraim't ist. and t he- (it-
i:*d.,:.t% a?. di-'t.arx-d
-,h'.. ,rk-w homn an is-
diitn n! ri? ms roti'ri.'4 fr r.i 'e. sas
.riougt'? 114?t copart arid s bhe-ta aked
if h. e rad VmsIo#-d ana attorney to

If f Ig1A L'Ir I. r ii-eod in the. negIatlie.
T t-1. Y.4 :two turt ho.r btino-a-.,- A ,h,0t apkoe if he had the- m-ans to
wr.-d UJIT uu til (o'rcw ock 'I014p a lawi e-r, he- also ansered
I- ell .- .-. the- rne-ga?,' arad Attornf )- T. H.

-r!. g % i* im..Jurtw%' r
s t, '.1-. tare- r.& o-cial %ill tw e- i

.L-'~.CI*- at 'k t (. "llr L
st.. t~The Se @sy-O1tw Cas.
T71.. r- (if tho Plate- %b le-le-
c Clck 4b. tev-, murd.-r ise4 for toa
i at is not I.rpt-ale- that a jurv
'at be ar-ur'd ieWfore- Fndar nIgbt
'* r'.T1 ~.r Raturda% as r-fpt,.ds-rable difficult'
,-r. tw .C r.to'- &!-1 !1. *-A-.-urlfl g an,.- The-
.z!' sill !.- &%jlie-d a" quickhI
j, %!iu-t. s'It, a') r. -;-l e to fair
r A e s:.d It 1. h 4 i6- 11 that

FKlls Jr. s a.P apzi'nrtltd t) the- crurt
to defend the.- irienie-r.
It aid Waklr colored. was arralign
ed upon a charge of asaut with Is-
tent to murder one Aara Williams.
to shirh charge he pleaded not uillty
I Walker will be defended by Attorney
hanm. FHall*-
Court adjourned until 9 o'clock
H Wednt.-sda morning

An U(wal Ident.
A rathr lrspre' r. i r *di, t lli t.ih at onc.r alpl a!-
0', ,*," adralratilo of th s w ho all

A Card of Thanks s.. -.d it
S *. r ..- r d. i. sI I nurmin th.- di. Ilia Hlonor Judlge
S : r. rat.iud4. t*. 1i.,. anId all \ ill- a ,u.fro-.teii b> a olor-d
. .,f I; kidi i' i' d"toii ia a t ih l',rnf .-d that digultar)
*.- r. l'.i ait' .-te, i t.I arI thai t shi t had ro4nle to re-p" ort
!. r .. ki. .- a d death ha.' t al. d t. l Kino le.-. at the fall ternm of
S t,.r:: ,.r t- ...... deugtlter Pear! ouri had be-jn ladicted by the grand
,.ut anrd fur the mass re-ath and btw.uets ur? upo, a charge of selling whiake)
r ,f fl. ,!ere that ev,-e-r-d her e-n'tre to a dr) county C'oder certain e
uust. grate. Masa % aoiua thanks Hurted sting coditiosa. wema the defeat
paic April 1"O at Aatiocrh IRespecttl ant was arraan4. she elUiated the
and ly and lraleally yours. sysathy of the osmt, ad was pa-
I Wk AND MRS A B COX ruled with an adaurim to -o and
,d at la rrLos-a Ma) 14 a 90 a i o more." but was dered to

The Ownsi.'

INC., Wfum 3o an m- ft W t*at
I hs.be"bs saftd ON f o
-U~ by PauMN
"I ovum burft so -ofam
Mt muM badl eat mybgC YI1
% Iwitham lw.. I M -
hell thu.nh mymeal my aftsm
wouNS UrtU Cb Mo. easo emi =-a*
-bl s ad sumpbsemst d p %~ o

he'or ~tw atrlas' eas mnd.
bstw w we shm vb miSOLIU r
ONE[%thank. to yew m, I -
no eaPleisly smod.a"mmdems 1a",.
I wasto IUtbe say of owA.
oidn ymptnomsI ems"W m".
my nook as I en d to su4 end a smoI
di. 0 ft. funtmm an h"wesn

*'It ha hs .me yam tam a I

port at the anet rIeMar team.
Palthftl to her tru the wrs
tre ented hrc lf before His Homi
Tuesday. which explaed the sta
ment that she had come to "reprt,"
for further couslderatti ad indaig-
eace before th bar of justIe which
.ad bee" so leitent with her.
.-udge Willl admitted that he had
about forgotten the event of the fall
term. and was surpried at the a
t*.aran re of the woman, whom bh
did not exiwct to see again. e('i'el
o allbly *at ms,,if future' arraignment
upon a similar charge.
"You have been faithful to your

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l La ma ba rsan. e Elm
dromy me

bj.et -ge -gagW @ I*

aeat.ed w tw" he ao mda t he
It to om advsm I w u to oa
however, that theme fa dw igs ~
Doht to rsee l the iaong M L
as matter whether thee believe
peMbtbsa or In the gatIIa of o
liquor tratfic threah the -a e- m
tem. The reform that I --m eak
thi at the F-ederl eermeat
shoulM diskcstloa the m f I -
reoes for the salo I ba-r a ae
rttnry bwere the botal nheoillas- bh
prohibited the ail. MNe a ar
whether the problihltikmes aa vea

promise. KNte-lle" Inquired the an entire Sate. a -esty, or ~aed
luidwe or a city wherever the le = maudmG
"I have. your honor." was the ready ties dec4e to prohJb the al f
and happy response. "I thank you liquor, their detalo ght to be r
that I have reformed, and have not spected by the Federal Gbra ae
sMld or atte.spted to sell a drop of whereas today the O redralo 9agi

whiskey siDt. you put ,me on parole.
I could not go back on my promle.
after the court had been ao leniet
ulth ne- "
"Well. the court will try you again
You may go. provided you will resew
your promise to be a good woma
and conUtine to refrals from ellas
whiskey against the law dof yr
EAtelle promised. and left the pre*
ene. of those about her viady af-
fected. ith a. beart full of gratited.

declartin tha "the
urt" would reform
elue failed.

ioodns of tlh
her If everythito


(Continued from Pue O .)

also. and that *ahen he cannot coasl-
entlluual) do bhat him comatltureta
(onu leaiilt-bMly desire' him to doi. he
nutght Lu be- oumacleutlious ue 1. I ti. mi seilicta a rt-lpresetat(le In
llsrluic r with thes -" it- ay. plat-
form pledles are ut Unl) binding.
but 1acrrd
The Oregls pla of elecUa l'aited
Stat- Seao- s by direct vote of the
people I favored, as well as te
right of Rtate to regulate railroads
and momopolles.
Of the whobmkey uMnS .e e aa:
"I wUll M dimes, the meor goms
ibs. befgase dlisra mpas a of the

mont stand ready to Igo le I rthe
ship with amy parse who edei t
violate the lol law. Aessrwl to

erame*t i b raoive f ar a--
16cease l t ued.r tlll" o palag tlhe
$25 for a ieease to s8 a"er whegO
the ;ed-aW therkins pW It ieb
the doar Oe f g aIaOug M w hae
terse him t hat ho hs p-i M
t he ovierm atmm to give a
proAt besides.'
---Aug dothe guesy of bedot .

part of the beak's pitalme s e to
the famt aMt t dad bew emt. muer
a charter ranted b age- e seme--
ad is as o oegled ad hAped a
to give the depeeateva ma.deas he
Its solveay, Wad t is mly r t
In return for the advamtaes whi
the law eoners. the bank ad Mu ba
the Mght taxs eessary to pIeaat
every depositowr fa pemlobly a
ls. Bat the guaranty dfeposIt
by drawlg maey to the -- we
give the beak am beseasmed ear"
power l easeM of the Ix paId.
He th e. with a wreem to d
adopt. of the atotltaive a-d W
eadum, additag -l t w W ag
adped by State ae a d 8 a4 O
- a<^ h-* lr dtt a- *

they prIet ~ mU
brieag the Oe amt a

Sa Igb, pa "'- i4
Tme a m a"g 1 9Lm to mIt L




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IIL r7- I I Id the Continugent Futid for excr..es col
I M Sir I I l ected la favor of J. I1 Colsou. car

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mIm ,----AGENCY -

K gsd&asBthICs. UICK

amde fm a hm Fb

The complaint agtainllt lunch I sa
gi.st, on the stlree't. sal. upl ll I 1o
hi n of Aldermanlu Ilurnelt. rfer-ri-
to crnmliltte on latlnra
The matter of bridK, arror. S tee.t
*lte.r hrraunch on Ml-chailc- sitreent
eai rt f-rre-d to thIt- .tr.'ei utmllllitt
off gi I'l lda
Alderm"a IturetiIt monu that lthe
atI rf-t coiniititte hae the sTur' -)cor
loratl the i- llnn around Illtck I
Hase t. 2 einug the Millier block
s bib ewa carried. also the luner
arfousd Ihe. lawkins lot. and report
it, Ib,* nPluull
Alderarna Oraves moved that su
portataadeat of strwets It bids for
feed sad ears of city mele aad wa
mom ad to acept te lowest mid
sat to ea-od $1.M per moet
Ahdera Coelomsh moved that



QL II I1 kE U CuamC t Adjourned t Meet sn Friday, When
MI d g k L __W rb K M They Will Take up Matter of
__Sunkday CIosng.

a -4@ b the k. a of Aassistat Attorm Wr-O m.
i the rale so that that t ocial could at The ll t Ciut uncl ii-t in ruIlar
lips* ut we 0 o m mse as legal adviser for the couisutol. i ? otaIUk llte.t.T eunvingC
Stif a t be a, TThe mesur was warnuly debae.:. llh P5r midnit triuz.. .ldtrmen
'4 C oW go de ft and s was ballty killed by a large vote. Itlrnett. uit tlogh. ikiuc" in <;r reA.
S w o -wiDaring twhe debate a appeal froma he Pblfer.. I'ouz:d and Clrk It 1 Iin at-
.t the chair was takesOn a ate I'W.Ance
O Good W w Po mby u vrlaT MacWiliamas MInut for April *c. rfed. and
IRAof 9L ea h bu t U chair waa ss e poi i'otwlon of Ahlersan L;r..ve.. oi-
rr4. dered Up.ro'ed
00nV .IHw As l-ortat bill passed was the Aldrma Ifurnett moved that the
So n -- Practlly caall for a r lraw and ordinance comittt". with
S les ot t he reform cool at Mar.t the city attorney preg a revenue
n 611 o e plates many otae and present to the council;

Sed* a t sd the ede S 6 th e aMei- ollMow l reports by the officers
A*momMd iWas tM werA rendered:
w 1 Marshal Arnow report for Aprfl.
dWMWON -Mo SUnd al withOtwe ereiu 7
ongr of- a 60 1 b B1ut Collector Els reported $.944.6
Yie at a Yb tr Re eatatire Bet-
w ft a bet oA d a1 W of BMaeW w the na- The eterk -te trewsarer reported
~O mM 8 ~Lo of t es.t s.- ers. W. L Straab The cleat ad taurer reported
@o"w or U* Mm1 11 1i1artis ot Sw. Po sbai 1 $14 1i oh band April 13th.

M n ft a tl O Ware dire reports be received sad a oImmittee
w o reat o fO sew at three be appelted to ceck up
msam. d Motoo d ated sad President

owes& In IM Hl S-a tu y w a aPea.d and Colclogh as such corn-
age a m o a p t dettru.
ra1 he G-as-O h1 re is Mr. D jf I .
_____ _s_ O_ wO W ea _- m a TThe following bils were ordered I
I ---- ~ pai from the S rset 8 P : Datton
S- hed r a l-- a" Rank. 4 26u .: Gr hsm & H ampto
Ih Ia t a I n 0$9.t2S; J. M. PFnael l400; Bakr
il O le N wher tame u6p for Manufacturing Co. $16.42:; OGaIee-
ow --Iv Ia do t-4 of I I b y te Sete at the vUle Hardware Co., 1.50; Baird
Sw-1L md i 111e1 e1se1W* ad i s rM=8 Hardware Co.. ,t2: H. 8. Graves.
S-g 1 *w l t. Over twenty beeal eas- S :.!; C. PedrCek. $3.M; DavIs &
0 1 ga -g O a wefd sed of a g*o rm" o Olver. $: Reason & Oe. $10t.75; A.
*4 g_ _Maem the aasdamrk W. Taylor. $57.60; MrWs. s Tucker.
M 11"-l.: C. A. Colclough. $11: J. M.
p a Ap dW Tha'b aSMS1 es Od hr a ser Halle. ;0: C. M. Defl. P:0; J. B. Dell.
0 t4E61S1 e thret~' O TNDr.ar. The -s' lst0 c O. A S: C. M. Dell. assigee. 111: T. L
*No4f la h 1r w So 9k Oas m I tI a few o hrs. BRem ves an y Boalware. s1o.
A pai my part. romlo ULght Fead-Gs adl ectrcle
Power Co.. $231.0.
Contlaget P'and-W.. Baker.
t121; J. C. AdktiMs I: Balrd Hard-
Swre Co.. $1: Bafd Hardware Co..
41.4 c*ets; Mrs. H. H. McCreary. f'n
setaon. 835; J. M. Dell. assignee.
t12: B. T. Arnow. 6$.95.
Waterworks aund- T. R. EliO.
$39.16; J. J Pult. $115.10; Daily Sun.
$3.20; Galnesvllle Planing and C'ffln
'o.. $3; alnesville Foundry and Ma-
Iblcu Wlorks. $3.. ; Ned Williams.
i1 ; Miller & Vidal. $2.;5; Baird iard-
Sare Co.. $t;.07. 1. F. Miller. $1o;
W. H. Phifer Co.. $64.31. Lynch &
"'o.. $Sl.ho
O0cers' Fund-Alachua t'ount,
Abstract Co.. $Id; J. M. lk*ll. $4i; T.
I H. Ells. $S.4I. iarr Owens. $,o,.

Printing Fund Iail) Sun. o 9 ta.
EFire Fuud-w S. l)orrv) & Co..
4::* aI ainale' il, Ilardwar Co..

$6.30. I.. Jeruigaln. $4,. J. E.
Mo ,er. $I4; Brown Jenuings ('o. $l.~n;
I A N.ltatger. $4. Iaard Iiardwar..

%"eh r. lhe on. S!', sli).-,' ('omll,.|,+
,.; :::]::: d tl IC lull ?:-, I. !lo: 11ose (olnsl,ait No, ". $1,
S,-,r ,s t Al e:an Phife.r noved that th.
J -heh dA kgA l kttr of W. E. t'adallad'r relati .
T 161 1 i to auditinl city accounts bi. rewrveied
i w m u and lh-d. whicb was carried.
The request of Phiferr & Morris. Jo.
m Os., J seevhll. Pie.; C. C. S er Ce.. Jash seph Manasew and James Cellon re.
Oevlie PIe.; L. Leeb Wiekey Co., Jaekeeville, ; frred to committee on claims
Almtem WJhe Co., Jagiesvili, Pie.; 0. P. C. P. Le Alderman Colcoulgh nmoved that th,.
Jegsggmv P Pie.: Gr tl Tradg C.. Pessel, P.;J. H. o rduc
indaam L Iquer 6., Peasoelsa. Ule.; RIe Whioey C assessment of J. H. Clson rduc
eoet, Plai; Oeraeine Teampa, Pe. to l..lb and the clerk tn luntructed
to draw a warrant fur ;7 :o out of



k No


Fae 01 CoakSe

is ta handoame CABINET TOP, which gives it ever
-evenmence of the modem steel range. Haa a ample
top ahelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food hot,
dmp selves for holding mall cooking tenils, and i
evme tted with rocks for towels. Made in three sles,
ad cam be had with or without Cabinet Top. Ifnot
at yoe dealer' address our earrt agency.

whether high
r w-is thebrfor f fre from dicgreMble odor sad ca-
sot smoe. Seae, coarmenit, orn-meal-the ideally O
If sot at your dar's adds our seaen agency.



D& UEO. f&. WALDO.

- DE.NTI:T--

Graham kSildin,. eat Main Street t.
ell PIhee I1. Alas Lo ng Distanm


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Practice la sl Courts. State ad

Offices Over Gainesville National
Bank. Gainesiille. Florida.


... VETE R I NA IR I.N.N..
Bring in your lanic borm-i aaIol
mules and have tbem utre-a3t-d-ha%.*
their teeth examined and l0rji (,()r
Ders dressaed dounI. long jeruoit-titine-
cut off and decaycd molarm extraictil
Office. Magnolia hiot1l Phone 55

...Civil Engineer and Surveyor.

lremp sttietifit to %o 11l bosinve
Odle.. dim&s dur Sursth of Trasher',
as". P. 0 Knit 11M (ainrisvollfPie.

NoLIcC Is herebv diven that Robt. C. LWeer-.
ews..b.haer of Tax CeriUficats e do. *
dated the 2d day of July. A. L). Iwo
h~% died %old' ertinecst In my @bate
&W.. haaft wadie asikaat~i',e for tax doed
to mau lna euro)flIal witb lh wS aid certrtg-
cot. ecuabrsue the faAla Ing 4ra.&fbeij crue-
e") aituatedl n Alaebuscounty. Florida a ow t
Fratclal sisatl If .eLt! 2 c 13. T. l0. S
It i vI mere's.
Il se "Wand beiD aeumd at the Jdae or
the Inu:.eer of *uh oarrUlcate I nte nA~ame of
)I %4#11 K .b,
L' bwald e'ertlllceate tal! sc rrdreeted a
curdiag 1o Is) aW 1ta x eIi.. ,& tIiefeuS 0
the 04h day of Mat A It the.
W IUO0 I) 4 &I f.dlt4t JC 51,4 J hM
LbV M Ib dayof Apnl A Ill. Iw
aod ('lerk crcuirtC oun fAlba Co.. Ia

the street committee discontinue the
use of the Boulware mule and to h!re
mule and wagqn at $25 per month.
the owner to feed mule sad furnlih
wagon. Carried.
The complaint of R. P. Dawkins
was referred to the ordinance commit-
tee to bring In ordinance abating the
Alderman Pound moved that the
ordinance committee look Into the
deed to the Barracks lot and report
fully. Carried.
Selt of E. C. P. Sanchez was re-
terred to the committee on claims to
Investigate and report.
Amending of Ordinance No. 128 re-
ferred to ordinance committee.
I'pon motion of Alderman Iturnett
comuncl adjourned until Friday at 8
p. N.

MICANOPY. May :!.-There was a
quiet but happy marriage s*olennized
at the home of Mr. and .Mri Adams
n \Wedneuday evening. April 2',th.
it 7:;::o u' clek. whun their daughter
Mlias Annie. wai united in the' hole
lir|t of matrilu, ny to Mr. It 1.
Maddox of L.akcliand.
The bride was. iMaiutifull .intire.d
.i A hhit' C'hina .ilk triiinicil in uhit.
t'al\ Iriph l.ac iinse-r. io ai.ii u lhitt*
- u 'n ritlIonlk T .'I' greNl ) lmok,'d hlii
''-st in tIh '( contl ii ',ii, l black.
TheI g e'II i. a I,, l- h;:r I i i 111:111
,,f liak.land .and iinu i1.rs hi-. friniid-
to his (ac ualilltacll (, hill. thI hii .
tint of Mlicanouo(y faire-t tIin
ladic-s and lIed hl nial who. knoww her
The lt arlor was l tautifuills\ l rate-d ith ferns. llli-h, and rtm-.'
After tlhe cr'r.nmon)i crngratulation,
were. In order, then th : utgu esti -re
invlited into the dining-rtoom. where
hMunt iful refrteshnients T' r, seri-r~.
The happy coupdl left for lrake
land on the 2.4th with the good wlshe,.
o'f friends that the %now wings of
Innocence and love protect then
throughout life's pllgriniaule
Mr Maddox Ith to 1w conirratulated
upon winning h.uh a J-swel.

A Living Skelton
Il the fill nllditilon of A II hlild
llil ha. oiuiP If it f li'e r Trhilnk
of ha lllg Ionle-lhiiiK In I jour r.lilia:i h
that eatl all .ctu t;iak as nrourlishlatirli
\ine liinihn of the h.aulei ha'te worlm.

V\'.rnilflge it i 1 I, all worns an d
ii. a t nici for :h#i' *.lial I'illr 2
c-lnta Sold WM l Johnll.Hi

To All Whonu It May Concern: No
tie is hereby glven that sixty days af
ter this date there will be a bill Intro
dured at the It sessionlo of the lowr.
ida ILeislature for a special law fur
Alachbm conaty to prohibit the bsoot.
Ing. hating or kllas of quail lor
three (3) days out ofr ah wook dar-
ing the opens sese*.
Ia "Wasto adsil ra Uawk





Summer Comfort
Don't add the best of a kitchen
fre to the suScient disconfirt of
hut weather.
Use a New IPefeetin Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stove and cook in
With a "New Pcrfection"
Oil Stove the preparation of
daily meal, or the big weekly
makingg," Is dcne without rais-
ing the temperature perceptibly
above that of any other room
in the boase. Another great advantage of the


IIII I I __ 1.




f"r citils nnd town-, ilnl,'x e'd l, v the
o,1tp, f a h city or townmi Third
1 1 If .' .1 .
IIt... ill No. :1. 1) i Mr Cairter ot
'la' I na- To protect t lhe fnhes of
\!.U hia county. Iu1 s 1 :ti d aR'.
put on final reading. Pas.m d.
lhou*-w I:11 No. 4. hyv Mr carterr of
\lnhua To provide for the Invft
ei'ent by the I board of Educattlon of
'he principal of 8tate school fund in
:ertaln obligations and mode of said
,bllgations. Passed over Informally.
House lill No. 27. by Mr. Pattishall
of Hllll.aborougb-Provlding for the
-onflrmation by the Judge granting
the order to sell real estate belong
Ing to Infants. To third reading.
House Bill No. 30. by Mr. Epperson
of Levy-Concernlan the killing of
stock by railroads. Indefnitely post-
*oned unanimously.
House Bill No. 35. by Mr. Davis of
Wadison-Prescrlbila the manner of
ondiUtonl sale of personal property
'here Immediate delivery and coatlt-
led possession are give, invalid as
iglnast subsequent purchasers

Several members took the stand, lled mortgage and oWther ie
however, that the principle wa of holder in good faith and without no-
greater Importance than the expense tlce. unless recorded, and proabl
which nome countless might be put to the method for recordlag the same.
Spaused the bill on to third read- Mr. Chase spoke agalst the meas

The House yesterday began a grind-
ing routine. A resolution by Repre-
sentaUve Knight of Bradford was
adopted by which the House will
meet daily from 9 o'clock until noon.
and from 3 o'clock until 5 o'clock in
the afternoon.
The joint House and Senate com-
mittees on hankhiig 'el-nt the after-
noon ll.t-iihing to argacuients from
m.nminrs of the co'mnmittee. from the
State Itankers' Association against
the proposed bills relative to State
guaranty of bank depoosits.
Sills on Second Reading.
Hou-,-nce lul No. 1.1. Iv .Mr. King

.. -- -- ---



Which had Spre3d Over '.ce, C~~oy
and Arms- Swelingm were is
Large as a Dollar WhI..n t py
Broke, Sores cjlJ Not' -
Suffered 3 Yt-.rs.


.f '. tmrni'ele I" '.c e1- I -0' 07 (. C

ap %%Ilb 111 w I'll& ft --Iw- all
.-'.-^r 1 I V c It' .- I c V v
-II -Ir. iet 11.-v V.. I :1
I e'.ia ,it i C ke' lif e I e. .t %& Ib .s.

S. s1141 stack t J ticWflow it .' Ce 'lce f
do- 14,r I swoniIt-1.' c-a 0,l (h. etia t i.-54
s-4 f vi''ia id lice't ii.da I reel' 1 I t. )-

ucI w -t. .a'i i-i', ti. I--# part 44 a t, le
is-41 1'. joicg pA4we'daag. I,.. iggge a8L..a ci, !jar.
It S an 8W. ci( ll k float I I '' fi I I*t .rJ
t-I If.*- 40 nlie' l' k fat night 'lice- P-41 -Ai m
it- tel ee pr' is.'utac*e ." ite % lec'.a.#- infaneiae-
ncsta'i- elf tit*- 1 I' Veal ti. f ,e glaitaci. He"
at: -e wged c te ue-hug. lul wcn ti-ty
,w U oij b re a k tic e' I 'e e &', e j 1.. t I I
lie tru)e5 eve) Ila l Ig ltat t ccl (t- ejie le-1
to' net ffe~c-t. tlie &Icl I irir.: ict 1~ 4' el
iceat It 11o1ldtake'a I. er ees. w I
& its4-, ,-'Ici t t. dou v- tl e-e -a ,. Ie
tlwie i wj d is. C It. I,- at e I S -x
eec fl e fl.I i-It i .' i II( te. fo sti
g- AtIl% a'u11. 'A IIt u'AI me well

4*11 Hr J 11"A~Z
'Ii -u 14 -lte.-- a li.f '..% a IL- 11.411 te

tis i-ee..i- *'' jr Ir e -.c.F'-ei
Ii.r-.- ieaIei.Y Ut em-c eU I Ii' bOc- *
efell a se-Sel '.*'-I.,*. 1 I.1 -1 i1 *1-.- i,1 mi
e *- c it.- lit rrc 116&Ag.P,-1 1 FI 1-ei .."l ,ieI
ttwi v cll %tI .1o f CI-C' ~e

t; 14 OW A I r 1I tu,
s.~ ~~f's~ f ep; I u It if,Iae .e
me. I i~e 13 ,-. 1 1 1s1e. c11 .k 1s,4 '.I-
Ut. lce a lai-' I.tit '.11 (lit% .1 c.."1Aeg S .1
cuars ..n t h at a t ll at e'.* i e-rl. o vi
611 tr-toe to si.-I ILV ,. P ut ) sow
Tests 0'4.. 84 imo-.
Wwrv Isee ie1 awatt, I utio-tirs, iKaj gU Co-
tie' asn'icung. s Wth I utac-urs 4 cal~ti"'et
al-M mild cie*.4 setSu~c-ura Polls sEutci
aimncelial cr.'ilself d j. suta 14, a mgewdy
cure ul triert uutng. dasurautg bumcawn
44 tic. ohm. "itand b mel AInfants.
okIeIrs and Wadulu. wbee alsi.faitlk

we." a e )" I esI"ft (arw

Mr. Stokes spoke for It.
Adjourned during debate.
Aftermee. Sessles."
A resolution wa Introduced by
Mr. Calkins of Namsau. and adeoited.
that the chair appoint a committee
of three to meet Senator D. H.
Senator Heard was made honorary
naember of the comanttee.
The Speaker appointed Calklna.
Cox and Thornton on the committee.
The, Heard disfranchinement means
ure was thenn made a special order
for Saturday nmorfnln at 10 o'clock.
Mr Tr:nitmell of Calhoun introduc-

'd Hou.se Hill No. 441. pre'scrlbing
,lpunishilment for certain misdemeanor.
and iunler waliter of the rnile. the
hill was pla cecd on second and third
rT-a, ifig ;aIId Ipas d.
STo, t lnrnl r-.dhileg"
Shl::attr I:'ill N, 1#;. letard. re.uLit-
Jili c,-te',l,; Lalha 1 lltl cste(' ,l thl.v. t(,
tih ret r,.;I'litie
l l n .. e Iill N, I". Nx.'.-l.v r .e-f on.
S r'. ;it: I i eff. <,if lirdilic attorlnle
IieT t'ih ril rI 'eli e-.
\N I I \\ l!- cef Ie< on. r-'siiri'..'
that l i -t -lic l ie '" i. l t, gi ti \. l '1 a. tl.
iI t', i '::'iu: I.l 'i of S.' ta '.. ar. t l,.
-.,Il l I.i r Lm e tract- Teo i tiri r'-alli,'i
\N 11 7. I.i:ht of l.trion,. rol;tla vr
to, he t ini eof allcba:ilirs arnit llni 'kin-
ii (t klawahla ri\c. r Pased infortmal-

\ 1 (',, of I'Pilk. to prohlilitt thef
*r tal.'ec ;>wA;i.% of oliluhm, nior-
Iltinh'. **'.ii,', ofr or ,r:ain otht.r nar
t i- T1oi t hire! r a stlii r.

A ,iele't e* b -oil WasU t heidl by the'
S et.ite Mondid nicornil and corn
,;taratlia.'l fe. bills were introduced.
Thvii --lii wna a short one.% Mmih I
of thli tlIie ll ar taken up In the dil
i isi-jil of a bill allowl'ng Judge J.
it Wall of the Sixth Judicial Circuit
cl lric.;l aid The bill was passed to
tLiril rea.ilntg but wa stoutly o|p-




Coa-Cola Hd Close Caln-Bankers Given Hearing.

Session of Senate Was Sort.

TAIl..ll., 1 .lM 4 \f;.r a 4f Or)r:ui To provide for a road. tam

Crew Near Ocala.
roa Tuesday's DaIly Im:
The two A. C. L working crews
engaged In relaying the new 70-pound
steel rail from this city mouth have
now reached a distance of about two
miles north of Ocala and they will
'iater that city the present week.
When the entire roadway I completed
It will enable the management to put
ii.) kind of trained on this division
':nt ar,. r'ri iti th i., prt of the coman
try. as. the-y aill ha\e. the' road in-d
:id t el ti r:ll to stnnd the- e xtrj work.



If .%.I l).1\- a little l. Iyou,-l inhahlrt
II iri ,IInIo i l-4 i 1Ih leo i,) i ) .our h ullio .
4um im % .it ieeai uire
Into tih iihard rublpI r liahaler )ou
, i cpur -a f w (ldri|p of ilandiii,.l iiid
; r.- t *. > t hlw. Il,' h .o-t ll'th" Iphi i
Sisli i i.r ail 0i 1! i 'i Irw c e i o>l., bron i
thiti-. e roui;l, atli -!hi111i3 tI'h wo% rl
ta.s o\. e r klown ci
W'h'aii \cnu Irc'lrl I' i c,, *I 'l .%ou bring
'i.- healliaK irtu.r- of the miountaiil
(Pul forests to tour home. You get
the t.'ry hanl.e ,healtin. anltiowptic air
that >ou would ,r,-athe if you reslded
i11 the- foretts of 1pine and eucalyptus
,,f inland Australia. here catarrh or
(cullmUnluptou ass n e.e.r known to ex-

If you have a Ilyou
your home, get a bottle
a ..' ce.. e

1 .1 for 7 ovents,
An Irinu.er ndt i;uaure Introducel If you hal.* notl aI1 l
S e e I,,* 5', l. t~,. n i er it r M ull n iel i dt 1 U -lil .le.' iutllt ta l
Si I. a- rc It h t il shipment of tale 1- II t. alid l includep all
I ,,;, %lr, I .d,.r I re r t, n- tte I- tI. I)f I e el -i,. and h
, '. t cer el t I., ,l t1is eld &-c
S. I, ,' i. \1 ill, I iitl-.. l ,.l>K l cr i.'i ii .old a1 id
I '. '. I W 11 I'' a t'0

r, d ri ( *, h Il | tl, l l l I Ir II |I ll t i

Committees Appolnted
a'(sll. I i, I I i,- 1 e1 1 tI.'1 1| m' i It.-

ititli e alit l iiuie-Fate.' w tetr< ati
olitilti iAil f', ll
To, draft res.olutions on the death
of H. ati-or Mallory and Ilryan--en
atorl. Ixrlme ad Baker of the Twea-
ty nlthb c
Tv upsct StaLte Rtfurt 5cboowl-

nel inhaler In
e of Hyomel

nhaler. ask for
icbh coata but
inhalerb a itt
ihlill,' Ii stiuc

guarantee-d b
to cure ca-

imiirh i tii.., r .r ie, bilttim. or ii iai-)
h., k It wla re ItI a l i ld i t fi '-
lma ml '. il' w aIll lr, Ak it up lIn n tisri" It gi\.-s 'io t gratif i lhag rel i f
it 1, i. iiii.~' loull t iff' r.-rm ald in sold
I,' I ,ielic druKKi-- e'i'-i) there

Ahiqs a dlMmmlin
s or 0oe7 hacL t d h lob.
AIM60om"i Drmfb-to110to--



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

LAKE CITY. May 4.-One of the
.Io4)t 'xcitingK *IectioIn ever held In
h!tI county tended last night when
.*#- i|olls closed on the 'w*t and
(lir\" contest, and Columbia remains
1Ir) by a majority of about I;;.'.
The vote in Lake City gale the
Ir). 2;:3. wets 1l4: Fort White. drys
74. wets 6; Columbia City. drys 39.
%t(t, 14: llenton. drys 7. wets t1.
lkllt Mill. drys 23. wets 43; Water-
town. drys T. wets 7; Lulu gave the
,rys a majority of 9.
The contest was hard-fought, and
in every precinct In Lake City the
women and children remained at the
polls all day In the rama sd worked
tor temperance with song and plead-
LaAt night the Lake City beaud
headed a parade of about 500 men.
womem and children, who celebrated
the dry victory.

Senator SIna.
To hinpect State Dea. Damb ad
Biled latitute at St. Augustiao-Se-l-
stars Cr1ll. Baker, of the Twentieth.
To lavetigate In sane asylum--Sa-
ator Ltlett and Adkina.
To investigate report I. I. navesti-
gatnla Commiasta-senators Four-
soy. Headerso aiad MeMauls.

f*t Will Soe ef
And are always 3tetag scratches.
cts. sprains, bruises, bumps, buars
or scalds. Doe't neglect sech things
-they may result seriously If you'
do. Apply Ballard's Snow Lnimest
according to direction right away
and It will relieve the pain and heal
the trouble. Price 25c, ~e and $1.00.
Sold by W. M. Johnaoo.

If vyou de-sir.e a clear complexion
taLke F'ol,)' Orino Ij xatlle for con
stilpailno an ad lier trouble as It will
. taiulate th'-,' organs and thoroubh-
ly clean w youur -ystem, which is
what e,\'.ertont inee-eds in the spring In
order to feel well. J. W. McCollum
& Co.

The true friend is be who
ready to visit us In adversity
lprolpertlt. Falsc. friends
when the1de is aLalnst us.

Is more
than in

Woman loves a clear, rosy complex
Ion. Burdock Blood Bitters purtle
the blood, clears the skin. retlore
ruddy. sound health.

long discus lon the lt.,r-. r, 'r'
asl.-ed their lt uierIt lI; i I, : ; ;,.: th.
PIN. ,d of autio ;:.oiil to **. '. ,, ,! -
a n 1.| :r i t .,, ;; ,. I O..li '
" ;aiuff, ;.;- (., :; ,,, i.. i r;, r ,
t(' t i .r te:, : .- tl '. ., v *

t IO1cr9se. 'e'eC friL i ,.
hnil oritlntall! the i,:;, irj.';.n .si-ee
at te\ n naile.. but it ; a ael:n'Ided
to tlcevty and the:n |IiPas-d after munch

Co- o-';Ia came nt Ar getting Into
the a-i' i-narr-oti bill in the' afternoon.
The anti-narcotic bill was under con-
side.ratioi w hen iRepresentative
toks .- offered an amendnient. Includ-
:.' e,,cr.c la in its pIronilons. The
amendment was being argued when
ad)ournm,-nt was taken.
The House pars.ed to the third read-
ing the bill prohibiting the Inter-
min-g!i:g of the race. or sexes among
prisoners In the county Jalls. The
bill was unfavorably reported be-
cause of the expense It was stated
would have to be Incurred by coun-
ties In changing present jalls to con.
form with the law.


Graham Building, 'Et Mat
Street, North.

A Spekkcialty.

phee SI


DPspaP andDespcvdenc
e am a bawerns. m te t eh"I ,ft a "I
-ww, a" On -e; w hs Is sy me ub si""
evbe*.of U-wuskmw dPs bus...ow ds"Von a
dsee1e 51n thu dsee aid Impgem .,-e r
donrder"No," mw I mo r mi ffo "an

arnosue the prvs Il Sbe -mugs.uds
Few. ri"FIee. i irnps h a psaieLv- h
weakaow d dimso of tu 6Imim" s i=.
It Alleys isdsmm. book huwn losrtle a eahpan.,
It teeo nsd boildo up tow isrwh. l ist ow with
mud mohw'the da.tiles" emedioiss desiun @alkit. d
have asoomo ewhia o s peoe ?on ".i *fusd."
3.in mos-ow.se D ow-dcnholae sd hm a meord 5sohely Vowsof Om.
Ass Vo Nwwoswoaw. They D"plby h. hit sG # is smy s.
If"m we" an ha.k the wle anabosAnnea.m sbd he" b
theM at hoie. send 1 N eone- smwap= vf D. Pe so psy ~
01, eWd oe will omd ye a A. esp ofhis it 'ths--d po
Cinu.0. euwe \ied:.ul Advlrc-raysd, u- edis, i. pups. eei
Ia ha~ndwme d c~n~h-'ndial. 31 seamp. Address Di. R.V. Pus~, e, N.YI


Alcsw Negre Sreught le ere on
Charge of Manliag "OCer."
Deputy Shertif Marcioany
brought to this city Monday Sam
Williams, a negro of Alachua who is
charged with sellnla boose and who
was arrted nl that town and ased
$5 and costs.
I The darkey ha been mupected for
some time ht the ofcers have beea
unable to er ur any evidence that
would be sx fciket for coviction am
til Saturday evemalrg wheN they were
rewarded by eatchlir him wth the
goods ad t the very act eof io
lag of aome of the HIqa
He was placed na al and will be
given a hearing at this term of eort
A Smile
Is a pretty hard thig to aceomplah
when yomure bu, buli I out of
aorta. There is a are cear r all
kinds of stomach d liver ooasmllan
--eoaUpatio and drapepeia. aN.
lard's Herble ls mild. yet absoaoely
effective ln all eaes. Prices 0 eats
per bottle. old by W. M. Jehasoe

Cmmlselese aI Sesnle..
The regular moathly meetlg of
the Board of Coauty Coamilosi..rs
is now In seesalo. all members beft
present. Besides the regular Mis
'hat will be paid. qatt a umber of
minor matters will be br t up for

A Card.
This is to certity that all dragles
are authorized to refuad your moey
If Foley's Honey aad Tar falls to
cure your cough or cold. It tops the
cough. beals the lunsp ad prevents
pneumonia and consumaptio. Con*
tallti n o oullates. The lenulie Is L
a yellow package. J. W. MoColunm
& (..

school Board Meet.
Prom Weduesday's Dally bun:
lThe Counllty) choo l Hoard at re lu
hi.onl ti':irly all o f ) .x, rd:ky, a lful
baird I-inaK prrre tl. This is tA,
.he.im of theI ;Ir w hlcii itL.r lu tor
decrease to a certain extent, as
niany of the county schools have
closed for the' teTrln.

Dlegftu te St. Aupeutime
Visa Weieendmys 1bt S:
Meedames J. W e. T 0. LK
Bresme, J. S18rigl8ew, .J. M.
Taylor and J. n. Medtal
rroeated the J. J. Play Cha
ter. amd Miaes Pranes. Me*wa
and Ladle Glass at he M
dried Ia. Chapter, U. V. C., alot y-
terday, ,to repesent th* Sqtetv
chapter at the Slat. event ra oh
9. Angustina

Mawy weekn .r.... m habi
been created to beeM F
Ete omWe as It tWindo sOw
id3mso m arn diafs

wase mattr bum s the bIl .
Oi dep -l the Mwem -m des
r --m ---
OssmmsO tdoar m eIS wE gse
be wqL Pl s to tIa. J. L-
MeCollum &Ca,

ONa8aeO e W. G. Musk.
The many fuieds of W. C. MAul
who swa empluaed and lIed i s
eIy ar wsht two In W to

making i bhems

&ad be wa, take IVW ys M
Remedy. u Ites up the 0 Id oe
Mddr -Mth e bloedlmedt s-
and are"gis. PlinO

"NThe aft de MO MMws

hed--l hI kam mam rof
iL be ias m t Iso in Ii

n iiM Y el Miilsi

Dr. SeGa. WaL b


0000 FOR


Tbis Coops. may to east at The Sea odac or at sli- of -I gg aa
_a__ with te eaLset. N(It GOOD ARf MAT 1i, I-


~"Maw dad wo ft qk

mI -C-

~u aU of S. b

C ko ft OWL
wombuhsis *herd.

J-. Uhe

to& ba ONboos y.

am owW, a fbwo
~ he. to --

Pltft -Pe

WA fow aSuNN. me
4 Ii c S o

U~ofrrwis -the-
he usu r

%IN* t -o tO W
Lq a m a -
Ali. of WW ED .ow at

t te mth
of !##b or f wma

*S.U Ul rrrC.r uhe me i

A. of ~ UMM. m ath

(b 06Wo. bowe*hess sawb
ame owm as Pone"f s. of th
lowILIL NDUMat mpVo

L O- wchatda t theW
bas o fU a. ct
oi the II si

am of or s vftftg fte be, In

4W so V. 8L C. UNA sonvow Is

- wieftef rt b ft Moo ty
no lonow owuwq e ow at rho I I
Swaim ad go SW a btc Qu&"*v
of oret 00SilsWof

V. t eof Hague l ameMs
I il to Wse ety.
W. J. IM 4 ofI Atolhm was a %ti
ifw to oesisvewb yrteray.
H. L. S9tur. awerhast of Hiha
Pyrtm, to be attedieag court.
3. Jefrr do Hlf Nh aprta Il
Meg thee here this week attendlnig

S. R. Clark of Alachua Is amnon
the protrelve platef of that se
tnis attendiag curt here.
Mr. sai Mrs N.4mani Tyl?,r e rr
j .Iag Iwr thIe arrival of a lhnl-;,..*
habt girld wl.kt came a I lay. -..t.
J. T. Road of High iprinsb ar
r1rtd t the city yesterday. having
hbees ommed as a satness bet or
eftes eeme---
Hoa. A. Resoroueh of W\idor.
a prsm st ettlee of that *etonm.
was trmiaartlg buslia hi l Gaiw..

iMta Sees Lee Uves of Hih
stpuW "h0 has bee spending the
PI w fors t"o thia cdt tvitla
tammd bteeds. tetus"ed to her

P. L b lift yesterday fr Al-
eWr. OL. wheO heb will remals for
I( S mt ow days a business. H

T. N6. teh. Jump tspector of the
A. C1 6 sblePetolm. is among
the vOler to the city. He was
s awoon"b a s a wmam tno a
W% e that will ceme up
OIm b s"bres.

AL U. MIk of Abch. who Is es
asub n was a plasma m Cal-
OW at tI"s S, yestoftay an Rdew-
so te leti foe two Year. hi.
i W a WV* aem of citi-
-l a bl- a ObveIsr t the psamo coaa
N a o wanted to pce a tohand
ws to"her rsit.
Q .TL ha WUtCr*4ie ofd Mkamo
is th o SKYamef ev oen an at
0 m t"n o so olt his imame
Slsaft3So bas a da*heer, who is
porCO a haid-watr Is the Cos
1 hfr a mof the bamdvume i4anOs
i he be caway and he has aLo
to ot an wd ViM hoois levenr
~ to smarv te saflcist number
of yore. oisawk bee a winaver
Among the vlesre to the ety at
OeftssCut is J. K. .phsms of
h Speftg. Mr. tepbmhw
oWm ma d. r aam bIue gtaurr' at
tht P)Wt A" iam of the Deeding
ltm of that svet of the osIn
Iy hao M s for uam 'eari a
nr m ubarl to The w itck-
Week a. hbt be$aschanmgd his mmc
toe ho l lJr flto a he Is d destrmus
boplug up mor" rtufpt maith the
hppap l of C tho dty.
Awm m fw~wus's lla Son
i r AAis,&%a of le.h ~ a
a %WAit toO the41 I,. 't rtra!
Miss Hattws ELSkt T%: 'n.. s.
&~maC 5kt s4.- ;r ,i..........

MrJ L L tC'ead o Alaah saa
---if the Me r.'rs mi a .Ls..'
.r -Edt'

lbr. a a b e m I 9M IL L Bar%&oa tL Ist Pur
ath e of wb he sU owthe I fta~w M*.s4 tN ..*. ", 1:,
ek ff mof 4 "u the me sh m bo 'k '
mea"eb 00* iof MfwlI P R Goitres. t-a*hhftw g Ibv iazk
ao of SW saw NWA deN Yo a wa amr a a
vk ItI V .we he I to the c"twr 'e a a .ti .
Oa" SI8 the I sem of C L T*ag t iV i&A.-. w.4
Ow Boon tomob* Gaftoifl bead e*-zeratsd %,e *tee *t '.t
mo pes a www 0as alC lt I wM ur% *t ...*.. t

a" vma te on-oul o" -
a* avIblwm f m emnramola
bh fm b ob calmom. s
4klLambw esu u ashmeatd

lo s ye*ai -o at
S0 as tso "e

us be O aa mmrOf a Wbostale
us baaf a theai Wart vwe

berT' wvt'd Is tks cs .. 24
torr ais V tatMe ca l AS.
to be prrem rembait

LU44mI of deMrs V K.-e ar

Illami .&I Li 6 Isma-i
.a 54n.L' LIP e 2. a

ammoolow t" bkeev IIttousaS.-4 I -..4-."'L q&..
ff -kw #~sPsee h. (%.-A.. m B64K a ,.eL -,L:: $1. .
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By Lydia E Plmkha's
Vegetable Compoud
HIarnl .in. Ky. "I taffer~-e from
*'erat; .a> d, 'rf' ,, tr, -Iesft, r
a I,:,.t tI:ne. Ikwo-
l. hai fa ed to
P .nAhAm l egeta
Chri T i. Il e od Wal
rer'comm. adl e l aml
I dcrtkld'! to try it.
It cure-! ryt rnthhl
anid made ae well

I vl~h, Mt A* ts to trha
worL." Mrs. JF o
P HAII L.bt B ard
town. Ky.

Lto wrato iterm at eo trouble so
%at at time I theeht I could aot
mf ad my arves mwe oa a dreadful
t e. L K. Plakhmas Verr-
toabe Com vt cared me ad mad
e bl lIto 0a dImt woman. Lydia
L P wmham't qteab Compomi Is
werth It we tr Ina gd to asuferi n
owom"- -X s MAr Woe oR.F.D.&

at lmat lt14 Is t Lbeltae to try
te Xa 3 rLhamk* Vsttabts Cowr
poml -edl eria o rowvet a b nL
For umtt years thI fwamos Rei we
ofs the ek Mar* for a former ha
been >uanead hsere s a cub tnm bof
wternd have abee tilted with
sele oai nt as dispA remeta. Steld
ther lo aftero .e inm matme. it-
refularitisfthas acksh* inrvw
at Y" Was" adves. wriW

J. McGratf. theew marshal of

Mr. and Mrs W. C Soume rsf W
High S rts ioar tie itor the city ye'
terdas and will spend the remainder
of the week here. The former has
been stanmanced here as a atness be
fore circuit cxsurt
q. P. Thomas of High 8Sprits sa_
among the visitors to the cIa %y-
terday. Hie is amuns the efficint
deputies of Sherifft Rame sad wa,
her leekitag after rme busi etn mat
teos prtatins to that oakice
Mr and Mrs 1. 1 SheSou% of W.1
ceo are anrng the '%s:torv to the cit'
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The frm w fw r number wof
years a rea det of High Springs but
recently meved to Wretm aMd e-
riled IO the eotel hbulem.
J. M. Rvrett. a substantial aad
promlust Crtllems of Dmnlte. Is among
the visitem here attending crort. lie
s noaw extenlsiely enlated In the
cemtractrdtr luines l In laFa ette
county and his dutih keep him *awa
from home nmot of the time.
C. C Martin of High 8prling ar
rlt-,d In the city yesterdayy and will
!.c h r. the. remainder of the week.
i;I\l t nO ql n rumimon.d as a ultne*.
r r. c.rrul! court lie Is now eon
.11. t11 a meat market at IlI'~
AI riing and Ptalte he 1.- mc'titi iitl.
:r ,:t .-.: >-
'Fr.i Rotux ha. re4r-trn.dd fnin
''luata. where he has been atte'ndi'g
,' 4 '"- *. ,r tal Co.ll,.;r and from
ahih h has Junt graduated with
::or (iOut of a total of ievleilty fou
h- tiok the examination before the
.; .rita Intlll Roard, only thirty
ver surccrssful. and Mr. Roux was
among this number
J. W. English. a succesral trucker
of the Taroma secrton. was greetlnk
his nanerous friends In Gainesvill
v-eterday He state that his sister.
who has entered the contet for the
piano from her district will give the
other rostestats a race for the top
place. as they will at once start to
work fr the coveted prize.


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asd LJ-~r TC mesaw Lad

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ican A idlent Inaurauce Co.
of Chicago, 111.. good for
one' year AB.IOLUTELY

Ask to tee our line of
Art .quar, Japan Matting
Squares, Crex Rugs, Porch
Rui. We have a nice as-

Mif F hi Ct

Sam eall at vineten.
EVINSTON. Fla. Ma? I -The
Evinston and "'icanuopy ba wbhll
teams No. 2 cro".ed batt on the
Evinaton diamond Saturday. M 3t 1t.
the *ort being .- to 4 an favor of.
Evinton. There was good pla tuI
On both dide* as both ttms st-rr ia
Good shape.
Wood and Prince nmaua.&gd the l.a'
rtr of Evtniton tranm. While Thrav1.-
e" aud (;eiger for the lia:..:
it n.
Th.:e M i .,*!*, anJ ,!. I:lt :. "... s
.rt'eid tlia j'v tLc E6in-tor d. .:.
Ma) 1. liuth sides we-re tired out !r pi
the E. in-tonAulicanol>y gan., t'. r. -
fore Cver unable to do much l',a,::
ont either Isfe. the sCor h::t :' :
11 In faaor of Micanon.v

If you have found anything s :t
*r s4veRtaed it the WVat colur~

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