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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01659
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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JURY EASILY SECURED


SUNDAY SCHOOL TRAIN STATE MAY ENGAGE IN
LEAVES PROMPTLY 8:30


IN BEXLEY-OSTEEN CASE-A RAIN WILL HAVE TEN
SOR MORE COACHES.


PHOSPHATE BUSINESS


Sixty-Nine Talismen Examined When Panel Was A Sunday Schools- of the CIy Such Authorith y bI Emodid in B latroduced by

Copieted---Takong of Testimony. t united for erl nOcca'1sion t.rr er Af.


The Circuit Court convened at 9
-'c'lo k ''hnirsd;.l morning. His Honor
Judge J T Wills presiding, and a
lar,,e 1 croUil ini alt.l nlt:ince from va-
rious section- if t1,1 co'nutll. I-bing at-
racted by the trial of the State vs.
Wm. A. Itexliy and Truby Osteen,
| charged with the- murder of W. 11
Morc-land. whihh sa- set for thi. a.xi';
I'Upon opening of the court Sherifl
Hanisey returned the two special ve
nires issued on Monday. and the court
S Troceeded to empanel a jury.
Indictments Returned.
Just wfore- the proceedings ,f em
paneling a jur% was IH-guni. the granai;
jury caiue- into ope i- court andi re
c(fred a nulnmb-r of true bills. among
which were- the follow inig:
S S. tate of Florida .- l.ewis Martinl
p ('ronin .Martin .aind (Gorg.- Pox'er,
* rape-
Sta', \- (;e ir.' l't ae r.-. a -:il
w ith intent to r:tl'
Siate- te t l'le tniiia lar<* iix
State \ li- t{ % I .iar ) a.nl (:)d ti I( i
I'ato. naiurdl r in t.', tir.-.t d-gre-'
Ri hard and t' o, I. h;ir~. d \ i .
ithei n iurdct'r 4i: alii't, .r nt gro 1i. ai
Alac-hua Sunday la-t
Jury Empanelled.
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All Sunda sc-hools of tbe c itv ha\.t
united to make- today one- of the
grandeset piclric events in tihe hi-tory
of (;ainesvili-
The n ecial train over the Atlantic
Coast Line will be provided with ten
or more first-class paxwenger coaches
and will leave the city promptly on
time. S:30 a. m.. and arrive at Inter-
lanhen. its destination. about 10
o'clock. affording a ride which will
irouv vtry enjoyable and Interesting
to the army of children that will be'
present for the occasion.
A large number of the "older peo-
ple" will accompany the children, as
II will be one of the best outings for
a single day to be given this season.
and they will go principally to get
away from the cares of the city and
e-njoy a pleasant day along the
famous lakes and handsome ham
mocks that abound In this section.
Ample accommodations have been
,nir.le. for' the crowd after Its arrival
:i Inte.rlachen and amusements will
I ,nl-it of swings. rope-Jumping and
other attractions of a like nature for
Iti, e--c,,.peial phlasure of the children.
I l'.- Sieund. 'icl:ools of the city
',;.\ izneor-Cii'-l ildonated a sufficient
iiin Iot warrant that all will be well
tI pll el d with fr.- i- nI on.ide- during
'I f' dl.i :aiol tI',e ci, le \|''-ieP that
ill .i-' iticuIrr.'ed l -il.,' If r:lilrcl ad
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longed by the, defense. and Waterman
Johnsmn was called.
I. 8. Futch and M. Venable- were
excused for cause, and J. A. J. Strick-
land was called and qualflied.
S. V. Duke was challenged by thel
State. making one challenge each for
State and defense.
Alex Howe was excused for cause'.
when G. W. Polk was called. When
askedd if he had foruted an opinion
ii the- case. Mr. Polk. who resides at
ljttie-vill.-. near the Suwannee river.
relllild that fie had not. as he had nev-
,er heard of the' case until he arrived
in (ainesville in r-,slonse to the sum-
nions. and had not talked the same
over wihh annont'.
K. Je.ffords. A~lo was the. only juror
l'ft from the' regular ienilr at the
,pw'ning of the- t-rI-ni. a; chliallenged
bv defe'nsc. s hen (; W l'arker was
called and qualifn-d
J. .Maxv.-\ l -ll v ..- callhl ;ti1l ,A e
cuc-d for ca1 .-,'. ieb inll. the I:t ii roi
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TAI.IAHAS8EE. May 6. --nder a
hill Intrloductd in the Senate by Mr.
iunmphrtes of Manatee, the Board of
Commisshioners of State Institutions
will Iw authorized to mine or to sell
ihosphate from the beds lying In the
waters Iwlonging to the State.
Another bill Introduced by him
appropriates $ $6.000 annually from
the convict lease fund. a part of
which is to go into the State sinking
fund and a part to go to the mainten-
ance of the State Insane Asylum.
The Senate aded through a good
portion of the calendar and held two
sessions yesterday ;
The afternoon mission was princl-
pally occupied with the discussion of
the bill by Senator Itaker of the
Twentieth. placing telegraph compa-
nies und,.r the charge of the State
Railroad Commission. The bill was
finally passed to third reading, but
not until the entire afternoon had
been taken up with debate over it
and over various amendments offered.
The Harris reapportionment bill as
set for a special order for this morn-
ing at 11 o'clock.
Senate Iill No. 4. by Mr. Beard. to
punish persons voting In a primary
eIlection who In the preceding gener-
al election voted for any candidate
other than the candidate of the party
holding such primary elections was
taken up. The hill was reported un-
favorably and a notion was made to
.:.'**flnitel I|Mistlpone the measure.
S'e 'ator Iteard opposed the motion.
S -i:t ir Ilinullprhl s olPiMwed the
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might be construed to msd a man
to jail when he changes his poUies.
"The bill would be a dad letter it
It was placed on the stata books."
remarked Senator McCrearL
Indefinitely postponed. 14 to t.

IN THE HOUS0 .
TALLAHASSBE. May .-The
Neeley bill creating the olce a par-
don attorney, was killed by the Hoese
by an almost unanimous vote yeter-
day morning after a long disuam k.
A motion was made to strtke oat the
enacting clause and the -eass met
its death by this meaas.
The feature of the afteroom as
the discussion over the alligator ad
the limpkin. A bill wa pased by
the legislature forbiddlag the set-
Inl of the saauran or te bird on th
Ocklawaha river, Ia Mario emanty.
The people of that eouaty ow waat
the law repealed, however, at leat
that section of It relating to the all-
gators. as they are detrtei g the
bogs. Rut a petitlm has ee up
from the citisema of Prtne com ty
protesting aaplnat the r peallg of

the art. They take tWrilt up th
Ocklawaha. and the alw lur re Uthe
irlacinpal attraction. PFr' ths ruso
they brought preaaure to bear Maast
the measure.
Representative Hilbrn made a
really eloquent plea In behalf of the
alligator, but adjournaeat was takes
while the matter was u tl amader dit
cussioont.
Representative Carter of Alachbu
"at appointed a mema r of the


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Mrh. M P. Hummers lived in
Ilgh NSlrlnit on July 29. I.wM. Knew
pe(t wshe-re' Moreland was killed.
'%'a, silitt o; ith her husntbad on
l,,,r'l wheIn shot was fired. While
o 1 ,irc h sawn man paHss towards
*. ir i n, was skilled. a hom she took
tI. Ih. "r1 111 Oste-n. llas known
S.i 'i f,' 'i ,ir flve )'year'a Did not
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I,.l *I dloun c lp rtia;llv over his bead.
V. in l ilt iii helioi at time of re-
ri',rl t o -iutetinii as she had just re-
tiri'l Iid! nIt notlic. t lIwk between
th. trle'I th' mlian lpaewd her house
lI lid the report of the jlistol hWit
tiinlc-oi within one hour Man pasilwd
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it;i (Id tlial IIaiIn who Ipassd hetr homr-
,or* cl;.rk cuoat antd light straw hat
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.JInII iaaY SSwIEDw

IEIULE~T4CE CASE

fO~ued itwo Page 'nb~,
I d 3W know.* was ti'-
Did t km o whet. I i, Wit.-
bsrded at the te. but .mpm v 1&,,
M Y. i r h r ho e. 5s she had lI
ham I daytimeveri~aral un
m, UL I. Geowi
Was InHighSprip '. u.
uly 29. 19 sand n o w I'...tI.
abow S ecNL a toot 0( oE o-rara h
kso m but am aw. r, S--- Ih m
-LIC wa asro sCtre Itr 3 m
boom Me beam mae *bot. &L A :
ta m au b her haom. Irvnth.- I~
w11I; wao bry W bewgrt. fo.
rumaIft h. b wa waf a a & k
emi thd th Wr ekther a lIw4.: cca
orWaW"sthosbbM sleve". iA.-I M'T
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Whe Ded WPmMNO your ~inquired
MyI R#V*M-~ trLalo
lit. glowa" u te rmspou-.
"Mi Kim tl a Glf live there"

cirnes m: The wow were
4680 sihetINat n t awes they
-mo er hs. S.D-um ofawit.,
amb *p1s -I a rui bber tr
umShA am3W woms her wisiow.
WW no a me inK but was
3 &. t M wnoma wotC It
MW 01 6k bed -aln
go" theawlev ei m Is INrwy


Wedf wibMd that she iu wm .
WIsm~a hid rtued. whe, she
head ~ bat doe am. sad weat
is the ome h wmIboW. He h bee
um a Be sth hwftdw. elg gthe
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Wasl Mvlg t High prtngs oe July
A. -d was I iblo bo.e up-tairas
ihles W. H. Merelad was khled.
Net the sht snd heard omeoe
ary. "er him!" or something like
that. Looed out the window aad
sw eme pero run by his bounw.
Ma appeared o e Ina shirt sleves.
I Saded as ough there were two.
but only saw oN -cold not say what
a e sa he was.
Witsaas wet to scee. and saw
body of Moreland. Saw Siht Po
tieeman Ortner, who was attracted
by the report Witness dlicover.ed
the body, till living. but could not
ar did not speak. loke% not remem-
her afnding any wealml on his Is-r
so other than a small knife-. shlch
was closed. ShootijaiK o ::rre-d .ho'rtl
ly after lot o'clock W\ViIune hadl j'-t
come in and ret itrd
(relm4.-xaninliratl aI Witn* ..- tul
not reIall tbhe rondition ti t thc I ,vrt
as to darkness. but a P* i r. lT' r,
waS nio ,,nOn ih. %:* oi at ,it .I .
or fft-n'l I fo*-et fro, i (;rlir r t'. I 1h.
latter held bim uit,


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him. Witake states that death re.
aled from thi wound.
Miss Gtasa en Stand.
Miss lolase Glass llted in High
SprinAs July 29. 19Of. Knew W. H.
Moreland. and saw him twice on that
date; Brst time between 2 :13 and
2:30 p. m. aad agaln at the lpotoflrce
about 7 She saw Itexley alo. and
be asked her and Moreland to go rid-
Ing. stating that be (lextlea I would
*@cure a team. Con'ented to go. ,ut
later. atout o'luck, -teilepinonefld tIe*
drug store. but aice'rtain-dl that I**x
l*vy had left the store Witt;.*- -tat-l
that she and M ore.land ment .Mrs.
Froderntarh and .lMr Anrul. Ilvunim.
who sere- to go driln Ig alth th'ni
1'.t,r.lan;sd theln *. -'f rt.ed a titi-i. to
hier homee. shr,.e he- retrrri;ai.l4 unill
4Aw u' l"o0 ekl k.
About fift-'ln nirninut- afl .r .MrP--
la 14 l't tp,- l1;s-,1 hor1 i i --
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Mr- Jani-s I-II
Th, ladr-s, aere re-,;et.-d to r,
main and dlllrious retfre",hments weref
w-rved<
All left feeling they had spent a
profitable and pleasant afternoon.
They will be next entertained by Mrs.
W. L. Hill and Mrs. W. 8. Doriey. on
Monday afternoon, the tenth, at the
home of the president. Mrs. W. L
Hill. PRESS REPORTER.


MDNT GROW OLD


Keep Your Hair Bright and Luxiors;n.
and Stay Young.
YVs. Parisian Sage-. the' oet Il-Iim%9
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te .~ %w Perfection Wick Blue
71*-ce Oil ( ok-Swtue CnJsw cook in
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Viit:& a 5"!; I:wPtrfvonm*
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4wua'Y molsh, or the big weekly
4. rcn~ alr 1,wt r il
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: HaUe 0l Cook-Stove


i ttt handsome C4BINET TOP, which rives it every
eorvenirnc of the modern steel range. Has an ample
top shelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food hot,
drop shelves for holding small cooking utensils, and is
even fitted with racks for towels. Made in three ies,
and can be had with or without Cabinet Top. If not
at your deakr's address our nearest agency.
Thegiv perfect
T v LJamp comb, srios
Swhthr high
Sew--i thsrer. frwom diN able odor and ca-
so smok. Sale, coavi, m ormel--th iderlJ gi
If st a atyor dea 's addem our same eal y.
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We are prepared to handle your land title business with
despatch, and we guarantee satisfaction. V'e maintain
a complete Tax-Paying Ageccy, which ycu should ern.'oy
to Lck after ycur taxes


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M. P. summers
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in dire-ciltiti of a iwsi re. th1e.I.
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twoe-n) or thirt) hiIsII# aft. erih.
msan, jeasio.-d Vetap. lu1t11 ill filets'
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tired a beshei t s lxfred ( Ge U1,
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COUNTRY CANDIDATES

COMING TO THE FRONT

ALL PARTIES ACTIVE IN GREAT
CONTEST FOR PRIZES.

Seve-al Charges ,n t'-e St.;nding of
the Caid;datcs rd A" Con


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acteelie .3 rIld *1 It. ii '. Ili :14 l it 11;k iltl -
-I)01 141,'llitos %~ill a&.io ,lot. lelace-d tin
*xhihbtiolona s" soon as tiheyi taln arri~te
front et ho- fat1'r'
Int*-r4.-? i it thecotvtr% te)ii- to lot-
ketuia r VI:melitiOi 4 the 'e!'.. 4 t %oo 0 ()
the' candidate h icveived over thqe -.esolit
mirk We'le-hii i k ml -11We:e a lilind
of thvin r ,ref:ict o-1 up into the' thou-
sands. kemnivnilir tht large list of
I'l t and he-n
\oil a-v iotott-. un you~
catl also w Ituttlng lit a KoenI word
bor theni The' ill all eeatit and
ill the 411(1 %ill Ipro\* e. oalioal I Ir
'you.

L;. I t 0 -and 16at 4 hotesi. ill a t% a
related to jeartitvs in lhet conte est.l -s
1,.-ita Colelough has uilhdrast I fr.::1
t let rate and thaitk5 t t hel thrt. 11mni-
Iewr of rIt-nds who have lk't4i stile-
Juitlitg her
The' \4)te! ha. 113v reacln I -wIt I'.

, o in ( barge will herwritcr t;eke- fle-lit


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Gainesville-Central Section.

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N. II. COX, Consulting Engineer


Swvr of Ki mr hmpII si Acoratdv Moh. imbs, Pm
SPOeagea u ai Cumracts rhpmb yn mp
TecbriicMl o. a Wild Fees.
rI I ii *Mel hgiiie dii ael I:i 'ii.if F:.,Eginvering MIatter@ a&M Spf!Ia
,itIII l'atu'iit lp I rIf ticov atcl Id iajlieicatazi. IHltir-prints, Sketchee,
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ITllF SUN "WANT" A iS BRING RESULTS


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Oh ad I saw a huge nd lothome sty,
Wherein a drove of weaowin wine were barred,
Whose baquet shocked the nostr ad the eye
Then spoke a voice, "Beho the source of LARDI"
I fed, and saw field that seemed at first
One ateninn mns of roses pure mnd white,
With dewy buds 'mid dark gren folg maursed;
And s I lingered o'er the lovely sight
The summer breeze that cooled that Southern acme,
Whispered, "aebold the source of cCOTIOLENBI

"Nature's Gift from the Sunny South"
COTTOLENE is a pure and wholesome frying and shortening tion; and Gold Medals (also replo tinlf bhghes awards la e
medium, made from refined cottonseed oil. There is not an ounce case) at the Charleston Bposittos, the Ptaris Lporttkl, ad the
of hogL fat in it to make food unwholesome. grear-v and indigestible. Chicago World's Pair. In fact, In every cam wher COTTO
As evidence of its isperiority, COTTOLENE received Randd LENE has been exhibited in competition with othwe cookiWg s,6
Prie (highest possible award) at the Louisiana Purchase Exposi- it has invariably been granted the highbe award.
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MR. KILLJOY. LATE Or PENPSA
COLA VIITS OGAINIIlLLI.


'the ghost of the late'ed. .6.1
mowns@ 6 h4sw rtm ush" Its F 'r.S.
ft memse" @law OR" oboe I aMe* -ltia AAsurdity has r1o. itrIn a
i'.-ntacola tonmb and do's. *ide- l ta-1
IL IL WmART mitr a" ubl"C r
l- ;nattivitille. s here It ip pJIl -iii a '
op.M iw S o ro-- a-dKill-Jov. Gain,'psille haP
a !it %for IIho ha h t~e--n t ;1:1- 1ittI Lt.-
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ee W. Shim 5ma IL.5I' SM.PoWS d'1 1. u 1 q rt#- Is5 ift 1:.i f (omtt o(b hi-
N .Ia. t* II;I a~t I Sat at h.hi -ld1 a 4 at'd
4W mIb.d~vedhby ott.WoIsr the C"t. w 11a oil f' .- ,r.:njr% it-, ro-Mti--.
domw ft putot t me aWoed tattes. page 'otre 'r-hi:sa at (Il r fr'-s- a'at o *


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TIa wr i S foes the Def. Dumb and
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halewloy ch i t of GalI.Ivile to beo
prdicatev so a -ontme of thbe aent
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gbrati an d < Wtlaem Iorpo .&
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to atkeep wl Auaumt closes for


teS lrd to tel woll have te bi-
The an emeit published this week
.o lb* beams of Galasvhlllto be










vll G school pththeurs t la I
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velya Neait Thaw stlll has troe-
Iea ofhe oew. IPaslre to apopar
Iood ort to sabmit to eal mtlaton ln
saplrrtUry proeedi(s ii NewI
York a eawsyed her to be adjudged
to keep ve oar eoert ad Aentenmed tor
e a er to te $l within Iave dthe or


The dwefe n lt the Halins trial.

now to progress at Ptushing. N. Y., on
Uledoeday propounded a hypthcke tl
ol qles.or the lawmakers at Tal words
poen whc k thr aw stll.nts ars to-
predcte asir opoused her o the adjudgnted
t ott of couter Hiand sentenced ton

he shot od killed \Villianm I:. Anna .-
pay a the aysid Y0 within uie days or

The defense Iw a The .;H altriadl

omplted. the Vedral hbsihy in
corse of ertectIon. Witrif,.d brisk
pmownl in progress .ans is.tr, N. Y.. on
hood o new day propounded at th tti-

Univervity make. it 1 r.:i t h.t iin t Ih


Iihil i,'4d pIe- ile and tirn-- I the-, i
)t) i. aii rp; tl ;i 'At ii iit .1 a l l l. I. .'l
% illte |l"'itll-d faor thI' n"ontc', ,1
I ;::g fat ed suf'. r. ren *!a i ''ako it
lI..I tl n 'tr
The Tribhune ha ;I u: a 1* : .: 1
I .:s to arc' :'ri' f'r ti tie-! t.al iro,
ce-s I- of t'a t I 'l*-' -0-:til .Jl r.
ff.raitr. the' fcllaw < ho Iput thli',
har h and impossill**l lastI oin ti
otattite-ta-woks< and thie follows swho ._;-
9'-" :.t. t rf-at it.to ralI. to enforce'
? emn.
Thewr may be some excuse for thhe
t' rmer. because they were of a past
era. when It was often con-id* re-d
virtuous to be as miserable as onte
could, when the great and all-lpr ad-
lag religion of happlness had not gain-
ed sway. But for the latter, modern.
Twentieth Century Americana. who
mout recoganse the fact that no day
is too good to be happy. for these fel-
lows to occasionally develop Into fa-
natles and say to the people. "This
day thou shalt sot partate of soda
pop. or peruae the newspaper, or buy
the rolled weed or the coAln-tack. or
seek the fresh air via the trolley."
always impressed The Tribune as
good grounds for instituting prellmi-
mary proceedings tending Chatta-
booclpeward.
The sualnelville attack will. of
course, e of brie duration. serving
only to increase the disregard of law
and authority-for law can be en-
forced In this country only when it
Is approved by the majority of the-
good people It affects.
There ought to be some safe.
strong. bospital-like place for the Inl-
mediate confnn.ement of mayors a'ld
sheriffs sho ht.trlv .ynlpt tv- 0, i:i
fectictl hv this Iea.-tif-rroul hacillus.
where, thiln' could te uhj'cte-d to
proper tre-atment I before their dis-
ease menaces the public.-Tamipa
Tribune.
The above may he alplilcahl' t,:
autthoritie's in some m itii .- wh-rec dra-
tic measures are irought iinto plI;
for enforc'nient of ra'l.'il r-'friii-
;id! The- S:'n feels gtirttli,.- thi.t it-
,..teemed r co.t.m oiar;r t-sk.i.- .. tl
itinteretl in our we lfar-r. hlit we ;i .--il
T h, T rilvii-, tlha it i- i, .i t? ,. iti it
:I on of .1a; 'r ol'avi- toi, f, t 'i:.. i
Ci e p,* I. '.-* oi f %'i .:u \i'l, :I a ..r h -r
I li jil: t 4 t1 ll],4 41,li o f .S I'. !' ,'* :'\
3an1c,. ,r ;ill% oatlir t i. .tia r--i that
' t 0a if i A'r lit t' tlt', ( It
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qatnt's% Mle'- i'ainripatik,. An .re r a,,,, rt. l 1 ~ -I
asgue- will (moll ie aai'f -i' .41 ie IlLifait ti
sUbUrlor.- a %.ii1 \
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A diapale h fr ti, e'lati 'iati ri'
der dat* of :to\( .:t. 't. -i- t it
Taft held a moufo r. !. this iso.'ru::
with a nuitlhwr of tS-i.atrt,rs ;il, ItR ;
rp'es tiatlli" e- anl wIn' u'i-Tr lthe nmlla-
tion with thenr reliat(;\, t, coiii'l.rt!ii
discusaon of tit h- tariff .r 'lT.. i I
pressed hinis-'lf a. hloll- ial IIat tl,.
matter would tI- ~ap.'dll tJ iiti liiad'
so that the ltaU-rII i. l ,rii.tsi u ift iI.h
country naiight kios ahat to i.\l ei
After the' utnfe*r.i-cc- itI wi; -it. l 1


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4ala. Lat-.wit


a. ... ... .. i p 'i l.ll t ,,r i" I II** i i: "l ill I
that there sas lile i ro,,alill i l ,fr
Congress tW I Iedlg djoolrd Ilfour- t
..U P ,f |. '4 1 I II 1 1. i ('ls t *I" l l l II tIh I tli?
June 1., or Julh I -.1
a f m111 aiAll trianllmt : f arlt lt hii I!
l l | -o of f il l IlIe rilI :1'1 l lllli.if I *


Thrift and ecoui,.li .ir.- a irtui-. i
which Americanir ddo not c,*.a-ll II
Iact we may bet (',lonsdle'red the Illimor
wasteful and extraaluKillilt of1 ij'plh-.
The reamsoi is found In Ith- ,.i-i. r .,io
ditloas of life Ipralnilllin i, r Iort. r
Ing it unie-e--. ary toi ipratIs .- i1
rigid -ef0 auallt- ofI tIh -.41pa s if 1itr
old world \. ril. I. t .1 i it
pity thiat a I i-.>. .-otl i i i,, a.. t Ia i-I
gI ell, jrll pl.K ta lI r a .!r I '.l
land <'aAi-4oi- of' ii- ,. I- *- ;i 'i
OCOUr Mllt l heIsI th, L '!* ht ut .Ih' "I,
oc 'cur at*id rt, li *I 1-i it ,.it i
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lih IIa 1 t. Il-id l ils, I i ; i iI
foer ciichi s il ii. t I ii it. l I
It Of i- (LLit i w im i i t1 lt I ,'IF i.*
from Atlhe r ai.tiols. Il I.i atl I ,
iluslatesr, a lsi I ht.*I.s k .t, *, .~m..a.i 1I
IIi COUta tmitiou h S Ih' Ilal'4 -l i..- ..
Wlih the lpurimpoe uof :oll ll, .latllliK i.t'tl
of thrift anstuoi i ia ltl 11. ii s...-'
year tthl cblldrnn dlid...-t.l 1 *1 ..
dollars. blch bbuw tilat itr 1 il
rwas being asly 1 irin.d


ahtr li a i't l. th icai h ll pro\, .,-
S**'ptalh' t! .ll

WITH FLORIDA PARAGRAPHERS



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s "Wast" ads. brbg rLess.


THE PRESENT TAX LAW.


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I t..;. r our ir.' f tit ta.x law ths
ks-o, I.unbm r a, h, 1 alls -.1
S'**r lao (l- I, .. 1 t f r .\.'. .'-
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I* *i** h* l' li-' tIll 'I ** ail%, I .iAt S t,, I iv l -a\,- ah ,'"it X1.' I I 1 I, 1
'itaC th .4* 1 .iti hildt th?' c- r'ifica: t
,ir two % \. t-r ;, thni r 'r ., ll th 'nr
onl r, ir'f c- t ,:r .- t iLt alt ie ; otint\
v i1l lo-,- t '! a irn il-nt I'- t, o-, th*'--
:;a l sl. a, r.- < c t:fl-'l t ( thiI, Stiiat
sh< will ,urt 1.. on at.** 'a> t.'aolk-
'*hiiii %' ir 'r n if no' r. -i *r d. ati
-) **'rnjp.. t Iait ln altoa I th, t It i-
tr'- that the .lackson I.ulmnl r ('C,
will ha%*i to pa.v .'*- ljwr cernt int. r',-t
thi- yi.rr and d I'r cent nopit y'ar
rin the f;iare of th'e c r*, '.t0. :ri,'
flftv events to re-d.'-m eachh parcrl. biut
this ill not amount to mr-re than
one'-flourh of the taxes for the' two
yearFt It ir Ihwout time s* sreTo Ia t
ting a new tax law"

No (cliatiigcs. hiw. v'-r gr.r-t whicr
take' Ilace in the' social and ililtical
world should impair In the slihte-
degree the Institution of the family
Its sanctity should be preserved Intact
under all circumstances. The family
is the unit of society and the very
foundation of the State. Anything
therefore., that weakens the found
tlon weakens thb State. The pa-
triotism. as well as domestic love. de-
mands that the home be kept free
from injurious influences.

There is more catarrh in this sec-
tion of the country than all other dis-
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be Incur
able. For a great many years doc-
tors pronounced it a local disease and
by constantly falling to cure with lo
cal treatment. pronounced it incur
able. Science has proven catarrh
to bt' a constitutional disease and
therefore> requires' constitutional tre-at
ment. lHall' Catarrh Cure. manufac
turned 1,. F J. Chenyc & Co.. Toledoa
Ohio. Is the only constitutional cure,
"mn the- market. It is taken int- r!iall
in do*ilA front ll r drol|. to a tasi.p<>x)
fil. It act.,- dir-ectly on the blxxl aiid
mucous surfafe's of the symvte-m. The-'
,fftr one' hundred dollars for an.i
,' i :t fa" .' ''l f"r *! ; '
lars and t.-tiniotnialk. Addre ss.
FV J. (IEN KY & CO). Toldlo. 0
SIld by drutgll zits,. Tc.
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THE DAI11Y ISUNS: IVtAINFLO.?. FLORIDA. MAY 1909


IENDERSON WRITES

ON PEACH CULTURE

rPW SUGGESTIONS CONCERNING
PLANTING AND FRUIT.

M1 y Sec:tons of AL'-' i County
Ese;,;"/y At.iptec' to ZCjture
of the Peact.


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; 1 t, hll- llt will all b. ,i, -' li* ; t m ucli
!i 4'!4* < infioi oir l'i, t; fruit a
i, t *' l;tiit'.\ fruit. I -lid,.': the two
cir;i~t of llow-grade fri.it v ill ldaIln ag.
<''r tree r : .Ow th*i fanl( fmru..
The mniost ihi rtlriant ali t'i, ill. Ilit i.
for thile pao h groiur I- I~'w 4to grow
fancy fruit. This question I will
striv, to answer very briefly.
First: The selection of .-oil is very
Ilinortant. High. ll -drained plile
land. not too rich. is best. High-grade.
highly colored, and fine flavored
Leaches cannot be grown on rich
damp soil. Hickory and red otak land
aill not grow good I.'achlt. in Flor
ida
S ..ii i.- .ti.-olut ;y n,'ct .-s ary
in the sandy olln n (if Florida. and
\ irgin oll i in nlrch I14 i;: r anywahvr. '.
Thi re are thouli(ililL ( i a' re- f if laiid
in Alaihua county w ;:1 ;adaplt d to
urowl ig fanf Iarl,' aci,':.-
Mucllh of 1, :l(.- o i th \.iri-ity of
p. a,t Mt.. ilr,- h:1%#
le4,taJ in:id,' in Fl' rid i i'. li%::tin itiic
N. ortlh iii \ ,e% im i if 1" i ; f,.fO t ,i :,:
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Baby Laugh
It be wo to health for a aby to
eat and sleep, to laugh and
grow fat.
Cut fat comes first; don't ask
a scrawny baby to lautrh:
w'ly, evcn his smile is pitiful!
Fat comics first.
The way to be fat Is the way to
he healthy.


Scott's Emulsion
is the proper food, but only a
hilti at first.


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4&v In w',eh It a pg p aow& rvI Iand IFI
cents tn Cn(V t v ap.and we Wie %eed O a
-L4urOcf m HA Atlatu s of the %Vnkr
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I i titti r f i r, ti n t n ar-t nor
*'. r tr'nI i i1ua ;i.. lit e ho know.-
hi. hiL-ilinl-S a;r 1 oial conlid ions...
h\\'iii r-;i,ly ti ianlii. U which shoutli
I,, iii -. irrnim In -et,,-nie'r 1-t to Feb-
runiar. I-t. cut (our tr o back to
.lunit 101 iniel-s. andl c(t off all the
I t Is to oii. or itwo inch and plant
hist a little, d4t,l-r thlan tree grew In
flth nur. -r. ('iltiatu. Well first and
-eo'.4iid year Put from three to five
,ounds of fertilizer the first and
-econd year of Momes good tree grower.
After the second year put from flve,
:i tein jioiunds of a fertilizer analyzing
iiulti T iw'r cent pihospihate. 1:' per
pnt Isotash and 2 IH'r cent ammonia.
Never plant any crop in the orchard
after the first ear and never plant
1niloii- or swv''t ipotatoexs the first
vear. Never plow deepl after first
yvar. I plant lIx-',1 feet and ever.
third tree each way I put a grafted
Iw.'anIl (f thet varieties.
Ke'ip trees well pruned and cut
!alkk niidl thin loult Vlyour fruit till you
think ,%iu c(nlyl ha4,' a ;rhlf ai < cr
o'l t h' trot s k\'.r% "* .ir
1 ')T o k ** '. 1 r 1 .t I'r r .
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re, ir .\- i i 'rl, i j. l ,.. iI, -ttro.,
I'.l \ r 1I;. i 1 i .itl dr ;i on tL .

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Performance Wednesday Neiht.
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%Ito, -! m lIs -tr r' i- l t iltl tin g If'.. 14- 1. LS4illwt I I n thil ng )oila
ii. .i-.-in ii t hiim I uti In hlis black
Ira'os' sketc h he' ia< i 1 r ,e'cellet.
'taIv l'riter. % honm '*-' OtKt' knIows ton
.-' n naItural hIbrn lanctrr. rpl.ease~-d the
audienve as he has done on numerous.
-ocatlio.. EFd Welling(on proved a
winner in his Iri h monologue. and
Prof. Woltz. In the musical act. was
imply great. "That Quartet." and
'Grady's Hotel." a farce, were well
received.
The hoys made such a grand sut
reas of the play In Gainesville that
they are contemplating vistlUng Ocala.
and should the arrangements be
made the amusement-loving people of
the Brick City can rest assured that
it will prove well worthy of their
patronage.

A Happy Father
Is soon turned to a sad one If he '
has to walk the floor every night with
a crying baby. McGee'.s bahy Elixir
will make the child well-soothe its
nerves. indutce healthy, normal slum
I.r. Ie.st for di.orderd howe'ls and
our stomach-all t'-cthing hahl,-E
neIcId i t Pl Iantlo t ake. surte. nt.!
>afe, contains no harmful dnrus.
Irice 2'> aInd ( .'o ctm-tl ipr bottle. Sold
by W. M .1.1hnron.

Accidental Death.
F:ia ,. is inl this ci y ,f .1. K. Mell
S.1i:,' w ill l '.Lii \ i' !|i r.,.r.-t that hi-
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:4.ture Gives T ci'y Warring Tliat
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ACCIDENT POLICY

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SPRtOIIAM U(ING ARRANO-
-I BY FACULTY.

r I-sm Will Feollow m Meonay and
TwoMasy. May 944-, at the



he I'alverlsty Hlgh School will
giue for the term mn Friday. May n1.
ier one of the umost suce s.ful ternis
Wer held io the history of the insti

The pricipal. Prof. W. H. Camels.
I his able faculty are ow busily
gagag la arrauskag a Iroram for
l exereies which will occur at the
ltor ml of* tmhe alMtlas the fol-
btoa Momay sad T'qrday and
h wi rUbe a great credit to the

O ing the prtw t term there ban
iMa as Wme t of 471. sad the
edames h bees exceptionally
pi. Yat Se Mer-uth month for
Nbce.: t sho am average atteud-

b tim O f yer ad ar he l dose
o the term.
st C--am s ad his e corpe of
ia tme i pre m h r. for
S atery minr l whe
Shave emeatwhd the ammsl. sad
ae w amme mndio the
at hle e o wt hw the people bow
to e mlads have bee Io.
&ud at tIa t ltAl ow earim.

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CHANCE


Adrian. Ga.--"I n". r, "*1'' 1
mlery from a fem;ni uvtr.ki.* .. a.
diew;t1 und I icoild l not ,t uild more
-tl than a inu teI at Ir
U* tiil,'. 1ly cd sa!d an ,p. "'.." :'
WasI t le o i11l
t'At'-', I i ,' 1, I h ti
I dn-.dr.l'l dit almost
.1a I lu '>" a4 ie.;thl
I e aPIredi:C how othet
women lhad been
cured by Lydia E.
i hkham's Vere
*. ,r~t table Compound.
iud decided to tr1
W tore I had taken one bottle I
mbfu, ad mw I am completely
eWml --i MAnr V. HmrT, Roaut It.
A, Adrian G.
Why will wem ta e hane with
as orotim or dra out a sickly,
htaf- rtod uxlitence. mialinr three-
fowrt of the joy of uvn. when thea
ean fnd health I LydiL Pinkham
Vyobo Copoud?
Stirty a It ha hbeen the
taIad M-emy for femae llse, and
h- red thoial of women who
have W trebled with bch a I.
mat as dm sta, mammatlon,
sl esato rod- tumors, lrregalari.

you- hdae t Ie riI_ wt, &s b
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M m ew adwig your 614111
so"tl otoe ef Imesreat. wflle o shmltely M Asftal,
I=, May 6. OooK-e BhrShrcnu. ...
h.i o s atte-adlg the Atluata The rtturni. ha'v tw.en entlrn satil
sleool haa returned to hsla cory.
Sthi e summer. Miss Lotus Landers is home aftel
Mr. Iad Mrs. P. F. Hua. Mrs. M. completing her work as teacher at
ad Miss little Teeter were Raiford. Her many friends are de
a last Saturday at the lighted to have her with them again.
ome of Col. ad Mrs. Me- Mrs. Mrargaret utllff. who has I. i,
to McMeekla. pending the winter hre. .laves nexi
-Ur. J. P. neiry of Hawthorn h e week for her hone ina lristol. 'Conn.
T tlUg trbi dsi lr *eIh- Mrs. Candee. Mrs. Warner and lit
tie Marle Shaw spent last Saturday
i Ida Wlglas. Iafter.eompletlas t Magnesla Springs.
Smess ul term of school at Ken1 .%1s ..ewel GodIin is .si-ndling a
hi retired to her hore at rfew weeks with her gr.in!r .pir-"
PIak lon,. and Mrs W. M. Hltirh. at Sinta
Mis MUille Nash has ertered thb. I',. he l. greatly ni..e d iv hi r I.i
Tralaing S hool at Madison. :;,. ,ll nimates
A Mlfbh we mias her from amole us. Ti. i.ili(c at Fowl ler's .i'" v.-
wish her Isucc In her work. ,.'wll attl.nd(d. All re.:)ort a ir.i --
Mm. Kate Carter of Pairbanks has .da aaid a fin.- dinner
em visiting her father. Z.. M. Q.lilt a number r of lllor .;::;.m Ip.
o1 .ia. .l si'-nt tlhe c' 'ialii cf ci .li. l1-t :;
Oer eoe hundred bushbls of flrtt- i,.h hos.ii;itllle h ,tiln' f Mr .1'i
af strawberries have ht n shipped *:tl,,~l I Alth,?i':h ti- wA:. .i s
by Mrs. J. Nash from a on-acprret p h. iris,. o Ith. hi.>t '- h. nit, r 07i,. '
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9 0 YOIO NA A 1 ''io'or .e II 't

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If you ha e- a little lHyoweiii Iili:1l. r r... ..tr
(pruoucell '-d l .igl n: etini In 1our brini l'
you hale a irt.I .ulc
Into thi,. hard rubtlmr inhalr 3)4. 4l i 'I %m n ,our a few dr.p i tof Hll oi ,.i a.id I,.' r : ; i4'4 .,.- !Wi' I, i Il.i ll I,.
presto. you hase the bet t little physl .ii- I itli T.'.;. r I ., il I.
clan for catarrh. coughs. colds. bron- "stiig Iart I llo i :i't rlt.l rlli ri'r I
chiltm. croup and asthma. the world ak a liat.' s'l,1 ,'i* l "',
has ever knou ni That h' iit' l 1I i .1 1 i'.' itflal* '
When you breathe li)omei %ou bring Il)rinig te. .>lidil F'ro,: A-: r,'
the healnl virtues of the mountalini n" The affiiniatiin- ie i ,li-
qua forests to ). rr bomue You g.t ii t cd h il;irri Nol''.- 'I-. ii
th very sanme be aling. antiseptic air ,,ai der asild arl Wirgiti- Arhlilir
that you would breathe if you resided ed hl i i gi Al'l ini,,. r.''.t ;lint !a '. l,'
is the forests of pine and erucalypltul 4 ri ,.ij' t k i 1' I, ', 11 "'
ef island Australia, whbre catarth or ,il the der.iin ,f th. Jud.- l.
coasumptionF wall never known tio ex iII favr of the Ilafflrila, .....: A
IL. lle. l'l of tIh l tat tel i- w., I1t i. til


If you have a Hyomel iuhaler in
your hore, get a bottle of Hyomel
for 60 cets.
If you bave not an inhaler a.k for
a complete o.tl.t which costs but
$100. and iinchol.' ls an nhaler a bot
tie of Ioi) n'i .ll' d ilmple- liin tru '
thoui) for t.-
llyomel ie. eI, ,ll .t g i tir.iInt d \
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ire iathoriz. d t', rPe'iid \ *ir n li. *
If F(.-l.' '. lii v .1an Tar fa l- ti
turiv your much <,r cold. It tiop,- 0h1-
'coIgh. heals the' lnnes nnd vru eiitl-
lpne trnmo la and consumlption. (' talux no olpiates. The genulne Is In
a yellow Ipackage. J. W. McCollumn
& Co.

Net S0o hoet.
lie was mupired to he a poor but
otherwise honest youn man. while sbe
was admittedly a thing of beauty.
"Will you marry mer" be asked.
"No." she answered.
"You are rery short." he muttered.
"Ditto." she replied. "That'a why
their' tis nothing 4olnm In the matri-
moolal line."
"Oh. I dWn't know." be sneered. as
be eztrarted an Ibese billbook frmu an
aside pocket and displayed a number
of $1.000 bills. *I'm not so short."
Whereupon the nnwary maid tried to
"fll i:,.,n hi* ne"k. lnut hie rnircefully
sidestepped. and she fell to the foor In
a faint.-Chlcagn News.

Made It Clear.
Sergeant of Ityral Irfih ('cnstaiulary
tnterviewing lew meintr of the
foret-Well. Maginnis. '11t the fine.
stbrong. flshy lookli* fella ye are.
Now. If a desprit runn antarLted ye
wid a knife an' a pltcol. w, uld ye run
or eght? Recruit-Phure. yer Ihonor. I
would! Sergeant-What. ye would?
Recrult-eitegrra. I mnane I Ionld not.
sor! Sergeant-Ah. now that' Ibetther'
O'long wid ye. me tiucko' Lon.don
I'nchb.

A Smile
is a pretty hard thing to accnompnli-h
when you're blue. bilious and out of
sorts.. The r is a 'ir (;r. f :ill
kindst of istoi.ach andl iii t r ('4,lriiiil;ilt
ion t.iilatiIllt alnIi d0 ~|lo.,-ia. 1l;0l
.ard il i r;-,,.'r is. nil. .t ai li-il: l.
't I.- Ilr bottle. Sold by W\ M.1 Jolnson.

Modern Bu.ldin s.
Prolt::il,;> li, ir. **;.t of firry lWi lo
bul'l.1 :4 I:.1 .: l i il .5: I t th ill'
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And arc l alka' ( getting :(catI'i"'-.
,tr SA. pir;tin brul*n,'. bumps. l'uirni.;
oir rcald:.. Don't inile'ct such things
-'hey may result .'-'rious.ly If you
do. App'l I'allard's Snow i.niluriint
tcrording to directions right away
..;id it will reli.\c lthe i'ain liid iheal
the( trouble. Price 2.'c. .~,' nald $1 oi.
Sold tby \W'. M. Johnson.

There Was Something Doing.
In a barter's shop the other day I
saw a man for whom I felt sorry-oot
that be needed my sympathy from the
standpoint of charity, for be was a
well to, do o:in. having many business
affairs. but I felt sorry for him be-
cause of what he sas doing. A bar-
ler was cutting his hair. lie was hav-
Ing hbi left bhnd manicured. In his
right hand he held a newspaper. lie
was smnokinE-u ciar, Rand a porter was
.':iiluig lls htirt s .' Tlhre lie sat read- I
i; i n new'-;p-wr. Three persona were
Susy waitlii. ,on hilr. doing their best
Sto i !ca'e hir'i. nnd be wass obllvlous to
Sthe joy whlih hbl opportunity afforded
hlim.-l'ort Wortb star.

What'* in a Name.
Talking of names. what's In them?
A good lot n toeiimes. We knew a girl
named Rose once. She was a dauJb-
Ster of old Bone. and he. being a little
Sronautlk-. chbrlttened her 'Wil. Cer-
,t.inly 'ild l4o e Is a pretty name.
IBut. alas. the 1641 man wai. nut faree-
Ing: Shbe tinrri'd ii aii;n niI M ed Bull.
Tlieo', P-'",'. te h.llppin Ito kLow a
carpenter u:anied Ih'trrie7ite Zri( hzlzr-
inwskolow sl.!. No. l'thenever.r a fri
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Bggies, Wagons
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CASTOR iA
For Ianu &ta CHildrea.


Deaor the
kil KUl Yo Ilvoi pB

SIgnature of

Sure to Respond.
Mother My .tli,.r I!,:'ie xi I ver'
frull. but i'e Imken'i p. .. .iiiilt i t I
baUe bel' y grwes .' I0to .I I. Ial.r \ birl % i-go r lIlv,'d. li, J vAh. li:.4t 3
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TALKS


The Long Distance System


One of the moat valuab:a features
of our service, to our subscribe's and
to the public generally, is our connect
toon wath the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as
sorat*d Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lInce in the seven States in
whiL.h e operate and in addition can
connect any telephone in our jbytcrr
v.,th lines extending to anj other i>t)
In which a kell Telephone system is
ope rated.
These long dieta,~i, ....a are of the
molt modern and improved construct
ticn and are maintained at a high
etate of effiency. The Bell systems


operating in various sections of the
country, are uniform in their equip
ment and in their methods o ooper
Citing.
Only by reason of this cloee traMe
arrangement between the Bell Tele-
phone companies is it possible to go to
a Bell Telephone almost anywhere.
ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
communication with almost any point
in the ccunl,.
This vist network of wires, radiat-
*ng throughout the nation, is used
daily in commerce and for social pun
poses by the banker, the farmer and
tj ce in all walks of life and ouw
'ant here is an important link In this
great chain.


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and Telegraph Company


Efficimt Service. lU asamt e Rate,


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. F; ORID.. MAY 7. 1909


GAINESVILLE,
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University City.


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FVr-t-claxa Pea crage system.
Tao fertillser manutactcrfr.
Irlve fire Insuramce agencies.
Tao li'e'ry aid tpod stables.
irivavidtal -ket factory.
t'L :Ilk-A (' Club railing room.
li rdno-mI MI., nuficttiring Plant
Aurin'elt itral 1 -:.writnmet SIation.
F!o~rltla W-wo-r(r ViliIt Conferenvo.cc
dro-Kiic. sti.,kina t-tabli~lj init-W!, I

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31-1 st-11" a l" .1110,10 !-tr'll !Ilve .41,


TWO


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PIANOS


DIAMOND


AND


RING


Total Cash Value, $1,000.00


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T !,#re. ,,i ... m .', :iftrac )1.
Ahi( h i nar, Ala; hti.a i .,,. I'ai. -
Pr.iirie. the. I)t visl' N. ill I ', Wia.r \V'.r
r 1ts (a\t'. and lake, N, ti.atn, all of
bhirh are reached by private convey-
Sri z" Park Stock Firm. the latge.st
and finest live stock farm In the Stat.',
"--li 4*4'l0ht llll n- t -e It tIhe c itv
and is reached by a good hard road,
affording a most pleasant dri~e.
'l.- i ILei r's ofI Alat.!;ua county. of
which (;alinesville is the county seat.
"'*le at horme, and board at the same
place." The temperature is very uni-
torm. cartel evetvr reachhini the nu,.-
ties in summer or the twentles itn
winter. The population of Gainesvill.
Is about tight thousand, representing
nearly every nationality on the fa<-
of the earth, and Ftrangers always
meet with a hearty welcome.
The University of Florida for young
men and the National Agricultural Ex-
periment Station are located within
the corporate limits of the city. In
fact. Gainesville has so many things
th' we v h,,t he pnrdoned if we omit
* Ie or themn lu the lollowins enumer-
ation of what
Gainesville Has:
One artist
No saloons.
One gtrag '.
Four hot, Is.


Four batiks.
Four clair.-n..
One. fomidoe!ry




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(omlt.e!e'rte ti.o-lrttttte'f te t ierroutur
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OraMhm Buildlni, ast Main StrP
leI Phone 61. AiA Le.g Dieamne,
D. EDWARD CLARK


DENTIST.


Omee In Graham Buildiag. over
Baunders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 356.


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'Ift IN CHANCERY.

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We Ask You
to take Cardui. tsr y=u female
tr, utl, b-caIIe we are sure it
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U- &f tat female remcdy-


has brought re! ei 1iothounad5 of
ofixfl -,cx women. so why Dot to
ye .a? For bsadacbe. backache.
per..4ical pains. femami weak.
ne-s. many have said it is "the
beg medicinetotaUe "Try1
Sod InT IS COY '


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 Handsomne Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. These
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
The pianos will be 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 be given each of those tieing.


The Gainesville Sectio
The winner in this district will Ine


Will embrace the city and suburb and le con-
fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
awanled a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.


At ....J t1S A L I..-CJLf Will comprise territory from Fair-
Eastern and Southern Sectin o'k llpo t t ttoandfrom Ro-
baln nks all points east and from Ro-
che alle -li ioiit isouth-Wlilo, Ilawt]orn, Islandl (rove, C(anpville, Micanopy,
L ke View. Ta.'.,mia antai ll Il.oits along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

l -Western and Northern Sectin 'ill conirise all stations from
tern and Northern Section Hague to iugh Springs, Trenton,
W\\';i: ,c, \V\ilc,. lell. Nevlterrv, Joi l-ville. AlrlIher and all settlements covered
liv tli :ir- t.. IN E I' .\N( i.


How and Where to Get


The follwi ting ni.r harlal. t ? will give titn \eIt.'
fe r e < It I 1 .; 1 I! I i 1.. : : I. ,.' i*
C n"esi. c F r i .'ure C:'rpany. Fur' .:'re.
Ph'f. r & N' t is C Clotheiinj and Fari 4 himr: js.
G.ncv 'vr H ir dA..re Co.. P u: '>j and Hi dar
Mrs. F T M.C rnic ., M'linery.
W. M. J .a:,:r., .DiL%'s .-,'d Me' A t es.
L. C. S t'*. Sioes .r d 'eweiry.
Mrs. R. Wiis:n. Lry Coods and Nctions.
Saunders a Ejr;e. Gro.cres arJ Feed St.frs.
City Baoery. Erc'd arcd Pa,.try.
P. Y. S- th, Freth Meats.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables
The Sun. Printing a.d Publishing.
The Brovn House, Meats land Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits, Etc.
Eddins Mgf. Co., Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertilizer Co., Fertilizers.


W here Votes
Ilallut boieae will be

ri i.t- i : 'iii'ant
its L .' .1.1


May Be Cast
found I.n th eeitbllsh-
Kgi lig kirel, anid at The
tv ri.i'l Ini *f df irrect.-d
li 1 1.. ,r. .,: of The tan,.


Rules and Regulations
I 1!. 1' s'.t. !) Iq-01 to 1i.) 1u 11 il~lzmg in
Al S ., i lt V If iim v I k ( U nl toy thii co tliucttol s
filit i. i,ite -t t i %tll but led fr for o e reputable
1.4-1 .11 t j tl ir n t 1 a l katovio.
"..'.,i jllmlo,-.s*. attuhle Or r4.at i e of the pro
ti i-i o if l.e ;dm,*- .11u14d firl r l e.- t lC igi tile' "0
-e. i e Its. i,'hip. i to.it. atid 'uill b*art'' apat.' in
:i. O1 f the- E-etit of a mliunperkitanditur twt
tji.jlieheti. or (aher.r Iaate-re'.pt'd in IMP s' coutetut
tr.ub may Tdt ru er)y ueb r4 terroe tee the co j-
deattr i, (i fi.gitt',4t. a1*Al) m tlr Y*A thb i prsous
pie. -ii- 'i too r der declailios.
4 in (Lee' I t a t a lladidate Acll-c9-' .vwith-
draw frint t Me rae. such candidate a %I Dot be
mttic." d te too tra-'.r o to the ered4t Cfor5tiothe
candidate In the contseL


TIIE DAILY SMTNW
4)I e.rlaublers Nes a tm*rtlir%
$1.25-Three months' bubstription .......... ... ...... 500 votes 700 votes
$2.50- Six mouths' "subscriptionu........................ 1,200 votes '1,500 votes
$5.00- One year's suLb rilptWi. ........... ... ..... 3,500 votes 4.500 votes


) 30.000J vt.Ai
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THE SEMI-WE
$1.00- One ytar's .suibs& ptin. .... .
For a club of five o.u-y(j r subbcraptivs .. .
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Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within tl
distributij
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EKLY SUN


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... .. ... .. 500 vote.
. . 5,000 votes


,- *.'f'l, foii)tf-t.A i iit iV .1c' r<*tl |

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Im votes is urdesired by the proprietors
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THB1 DAILY 8T: GAINMVIrTLPT FTRTDA, MAY 7. 1909


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son"W t of asm go.

Typewvritrs to ret. 'W. IL Denbam
R. lla as call-d to Rochelle
ommrday e onbuasiess
Goe. W. Uamterlin of High Spring*
1i b tihe ity attenotag court.
Mr. H. L. MNotgomery of Mleanopy
atl the cty a vialt yesterday.
We or 1 4dem WP will cure any
-e a t Clhieal P efr. Price 2Sc.
Dlrv Toemas of WIahdor was train
Aistag bsmtam I Mthe ty yesterday.
D L Pbr of Woper wa among
A vitke to GelateTle yesterday.
T. W. Pi laft yesterday for
nm-y1. where W efs mOR a sort
wiobm bm
Mra J. L. Wllams ad se of Citra
smong the sbppe visiting the

we. W. C. PFestr of Alaehu ar-
mia t city pd ter4ay r will
ddt mea t fer days here.
aI't ftaU to gt ae of those dol-
S mh mpises we sWiwelg for e6
il S. l6 NM*get Cash Store.
A W. Wak ad S. M. Wats ofa

umis lisn the city yesterday.
miis CMU Tma is gu rasteed to
Ja mddl hwer. a e ad larPP
11m U, 2& id hT W. I. Johamoa.
W. M. Dae was am the paUI
-g ra to Jacksvoatlle yesterday.
binegl bes ealed the h usines.
Ma ol hel Waits. aa attracts
S lady of Harwtorn, wasa among
4 eps*rs vitttain the city yestcr

iss Birdle Blauham. an attractive
Y ag lady of.Ctra, was among out-
4oewn -oppers visitthg Gaineavllle

Miss ottle Uttledale of Hawthorn.
a psm ar ym lady of that place.
W rmoug the shoppers In the city

J. L Merry of Micamopy. ome of the
tbucers who struck It right this sea-
&a, was amous the visitors to the
4ly yesterday.
Mr. ua Mrs. L l. Hopeon o;
Alebaha who have been in the city
visiting relatives, returned to their
b-e yesterday.
e the ba'gaina in everything we
ar' olertng In a na big Ten Days' ale.
Pr every one dollar we give 2>o
votes. The Magnet Cash Store.
SJ. A. King. a Iruomiti-:a; ctiz it of
Oralige. Height, who I- .i'n. ..' 'I
the trpelwntihe bulinet'sh. a3l :.t! tl.i:t -
la along the visitors to the (i't
Misses LA-',nor' *nd May MNli\to
hae r-turi-d from a plitam:iit i%"it
of i e'.,tral day ,s t hVte Slpr)lr'': .
where- they si.Lt frr rt,-( amtil r.'.. "..
tlon.
All thos-' s 1 do giht ge f.rr t' *
pleic me Ill! eitt'rt;.ti hiol'.af "
the reil ;iargasmi. n i .r 'T'n it :.
Sale Just corimn:e-i 'cd ('oaiina ando
bring your fricudK The- Magllrt C'a h
Store.


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Pr1. J. Wlts has mone to High
prl so a kuotems trip.
r. r. Pafnli of Lake View Is
aong the v itors to the city.
We will sell $1.25 hammocks for
M9e eh. Come before they are all
sold. The Manet ('ash Store.
The one who buys the fine choco
late set In this sale will get one
thousand votes. The Magrnt (Ca-h
store.
& M. Clarke. who h.:. Il. -n it S. u;h
Florida during the past week on a
successful business trip. returned to
his bome here .se tetrdta
C. :. i'<;..ttl. whu ho ,L b. T ;n T ',;
cit) for th,* plast two lda -'. I ft .
tKrda, for Wa)>ro&si on ('us... i.'
w!ll return in a fe t da..
Illue Ribbon Vanilla In The rt. Flavoring Extract" to u~r in nit:,m *i
ice cream. It has a ideiieacy' o '.c \
that you don't get In other br. a d.
Remember now for 4 .-ry c ;i- d.'I
iar spent with us in th- big sale yom.
ill gt 2.50 votes for your friend in
the cortest The Magnet Cash Store
W. R. McGregor of Santa Fe. a
turpentine producer of that place, war
here yesterday looking after some
mbuslnes matters and arranging his
taxes.
Dr. J. H. Coffee of Waldo, for a
number of years oe of the e lffent
school teachers of the county. was
asome the vlalors to GanesvIllle
yesterday.
Chilaware. glassware, enamelware
and t aar. going at lowest prices
evr offered. Come and ll your
a eds before It's all gone. Magnet
Cash Store.
C. W. Wells of Alachua ls among
the vialtor to Oainesville. He Is now
eugaged In farming and states that
he has S e prospects of a good and
prostable crop.
Rev. 8. B. Rogers has returned
from Apopka. where he went for the
purpose of checking up the books in
the office of secretary of the State
Board of Missions.
It will pay you to see the redicu-
lously low prices on lawns, laces. rib-
tons and embrolderles now on exhl-
bitoln at our stores and included In
the big cut-price sale. The Magnet
('ash Store.
Jai. Iodiford, who has been absent
or the past few months attending a
businesss college in Macon. has ar-
-i .l :ni the city and will remain here
Ttll tUle opening of the next regular
rr iln the. fall.
Fiveroom cottage to rent on block
adjoining square, formerly occupied
by W. L. LeGrande; city watr. ekt-
::;c lights. sewerage, bath. and ali
-o err; tuonvt'neices. Apply to, Mrs
I 11 M('Creary or Sun office
i.awloiNi .M J ).;. iho is in ll 1114 n111
:.lo) of the E:ait F'orida ToIe-| hin :.
"'n.Ip.Iany. arrtt %T l in thsi.. '1\ ti *-l r
. i a ,a Oirt i-ilt to his p.lr.'- t
"* I r tm lth'" gr.- at* r P art of tth
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Capt. A. Paul and V. A. Shiiman
of the I'. S. land office. I ft ..ster
day for Montgouer). Ala. and other
points. They will he aiHenit for Pi't
eral day- In the Iltere t of the nfl id
department.
F. ). Irwin of Fnarb.ai.k- ;Ic nierch
ant and contr:.(t ,r otf hl..' platc. w.As
in the citylt -t. I a;,. I .&s a lar;'.
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iMr. and 'ir. E.. K Aid.,rs.ol atnd
little child (of Hirh ,rarin: a ,-re
among the vi it'Mrs to the city) ye ,er
day. Mr. Ande'r.on is owner anti
operator of the Ice plant and bottling
works at that place and states th.a
both are now enjoying a fine trade.
C. J. Grace of Evinston was in the
cit; yesterday.. He It among th
lucky farmers of that section who
have fared well with their crolp. and
will make a visit to hl. old home' in
Georgia for the next several weeks.
going via Tallahassee for a few days.
If you desire a clear complexion
take Foley's Orino IAxative for con.
stlpation and liver trouble as it will
stimulate these organs and thorough-
ly L.anse your system, wtt'h is
what everyone needs In the spring in
order to feel well. J. W. McCollum
& Co.
F. S. Curl. deputy sheriff of Archer.
was among the visitors to the city
)eitcrday. this being hbi first vlsit in
some weeks. He states that Archer
is progressing at a very rapid rate.
Many new buildings are contemplated.
besides a large number are being im-
proved and painted.
A. J. Shuford. a former citizen of
Gainesville but now making his home
in Atlanta. was a visitor here yester-
day. He was en route to Hawthorn.
having been called there on business.
Mr. Shuford states that he is con-
ducting a very lucrative business in
the (;eorgia capital and has done well
since firut engaging in business in
tat city
A card received from Ir. Harry L
I'earce. who. with his wile and Ilal
las ik)ower.-. left L't week for New
Mexico for tlt' tHine tfit of his hi.. h ii.
tHars the ple'a ing information that
th, e ar.' all pie:l-aatly locate at
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Dent taoen t or less t:.an 20 cents. Sils Isoank ma t sukers 4 !"* t
lf'u i us: e et'Iv l JtS kuh -
words make a line; jo frkt.-ouas! hlis ,.-rt to cbhe 2;.* ..- -
"ln.e certuWates of ce-
every word over each is court: ;ng a? ,,t .1 % .
an addlUoral line. CAbH In .dlvanc., sbier'scbeck oustr d-
mat accompany all orders for lui-r Ct.'.ed state% depr.ltl'o 4 44
tIoe an ttLI lnn Tt ..:d, to .iN ,

FOR RENT.To........ .......... :i
Total .. .. *e
STATE 'lfr IA'LsJA ', D
TO RENT-.-',room cottage. close in. ('oUPTv r, ALA, Hits
1. C. A. Frairr;oth. ('CU-hilr of the bhove
Inquire Telegraph office. nam'd h4ak. 4o wklenia ooea tiM iate siove
mtatemesa is true ttoe tber Ob Ir Imyowdiede
FOR RENT Furnished room with ta- srh e-rie. and w t AFoiLorrev I'thl-. ard
b!h board. Ailyly Mr. Geo. F. Reed. das of Mar. Is. W. H. A5siafN. Jr..
l''.* W. Court street. T' W SBas.M. A
.---L--- --- DPA.H I Diretoras
G. HalsV Iur a.
FOR RENT--One six-room and two
flve room cottages In South Gaines-
ville Apply to Coffin Factory office. Dr. 60. Warn

FOR RENT -Five-room cottage on --
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern couveuiences. Apply at th is
office. D E I

FORM ALL

FOR SALE Hand drawn heart cypress Graha Building, East Mail
shingles. W. W. Colson. Court House. Street, North.

FOR SALE--My 11;T due bill which
was awarded me In last piano con- M R J W"
test conducted by The Sun. For
further particulars address P. O. A Speci;lty.
Hox J. Newberry. Fla.

MEDICAL. ---- UPAI E EXTRACTION..

QIICK RESTORATIVE for lost man- 1
hood. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded; 50c per bottle
Sold by W. M. Johnson. GEO. W. DIAVEINrI !


It.- in already riti-olinig much hitter
Tilt- nian% frit-nds of Pr. '1,vare-t- %ill MRS. McCIUaRMIC
Iwr llr3 to A"'rti ef I- tn:lir~.ng U NEr T ART S OOL Tuner and Rebuilder



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.ro o,,rtioo I -- f* N1 ti1' ri.a .k '\1 iiwrk lors, West Side Court House
':1erl.Ft 4111 It... -' .'ii Id 01. 1* ilril Square, Gainesville, Florida. i-4uilem:
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101 1 k fi niaai. ring in your lamh u medl liO
4iirill ae #- Iii!- tI i i IrS FRES E ERYDAYI mules and have tem t _tAdha
dAtI4. il .1 .. ...'!itheir teeth examined a w @W.
:tiv t ttiIiZr.iitllier ;I,il The 3read. Pic and Cake you ners dressed down. lamg peilljsst
Shl I ;.I rai, v c-at should I b eiutritcous. The cut off and decayed mo ers eW&Sd
lIpi ;art ele'igi&i Ih-ifl .x.'I p Office. Magnolia Hotel. Pheme U
4 411111., Ied % it I s--% r.* re I fl our. :iix.d 1 0 .th pure ________________
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u ril l r a it ill itfir initss.andIturIt1% faahi 'mau kae our
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