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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 8, 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: VID01660
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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VOL. XXVI. NO. 7"


liA INESVIILIE. FLOR~I l'A. S-0'11 1 hA V. MAN 8. j111119


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STATE RESTS IN THE


BEXLEY-OSTEEN TRIAL


Great Volme of Evidence Was Introduced Friday.

Defense Beains Its Testony.


'Court (,i t ned at 8:40 Friday
morning. Iursulant to adjournment of
Thursday. Jtudge WIll presiding. san
otther officials I'r'.- l at
The dfendants. \ni. A. ltexily and
Truby Osioen. who are being tried
for the murder of W. H. Moreland
vt High Sprltgs on the night of July
9. 1908. occupied their usual "osIl-
tion behind their counsel. They were
surrounded by their relatives and
friends, as on the day before. The


young men were attired
wearing lavender ties and
coat was adorned with a
toamnere.


In black.
lexley'a
rose bou-


Livinmste's Teetiemsy.
Geo. W. UvingLton. deputy sheriff.
was.irst witness for State. Was In
Newbeery on aight of July 29. i.at
was summmoed to High Spirii- rl.
aight, arriving there il .I1
Iag. Knew wh-er. :.: '. ;
In High S rin .- \\
homicid.' ;anll
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scene of homicide to exley's hornm'.
by the route followed.
That Map Again.
At this Juncture the map which
was Introduced in Thursday's session
was again presented by waiver of
rules. J. W. Patton, a civil engineer
and surveyor. was placed on the
stand, and Identiled the map. stat-
ing that he made It, and that t was
absolutely correct as regards cale
and loction.
Ily Attorney Striplig: "You har.
indicated here some point with a
red mark. What does that n'!nk *
resent ?"
"It represents tl.. I
was told Mor, replied th,' e
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tosr t ht'arre~t %% itivne s 'ient for Muer-
-hal Itr~kant. s ho otilt-rud then ro'

Witniess 'and 1Deputy l~ivinp'"tot.
togethe-r with Marshal Bryant. hi%'..
Ligated the tracks the following naisrie
in, which resulted in bthe-rc.ri i
Iof liextey.
IOn cross-examinat ion ikitm.'s~
e4 that whea he arr.?t-AIt.%I" .1
Osteme5 about taiat' %'-itit i
the homileide. lie f foliii nt a
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*e *le I'llsold Mr. Patch'*


REAPPORTIO)iM NT IS


KILLED BY THE It


Lengthy Debate Over Mealre--"

Stokes"' La a
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do, Aa ly i- 9iw's awer w Iaemat
Maer ai s ate hmlewsl rh awaer
sad it we IeMoje tho palm healr
the trowah. rie a3 e, e adl a M.
Sold W. kJob .

T AU Whom It May Comorm: g.
oea i shebylgve that "aly dn"y at.
ter this date there l be a 0bill l
deed at the 10N seesliam the P r.
Ida Legislatur for a speeIl law for
Alachna county to prohibit the soot(
nag. hunting or killing of uall for
three (3) days out of each week dur-
lng the open season. ..- -
Torturing ec ema spreads Its burn.
Ing area every day. Doan's Ointment


A.,it to Oce-e after the
,iU riemalled a bhort whie.
I. Ct Wood. a reeidett of High
was fht called. Was bi
r:!in the night Moreland was
Sh4e uie in the hall at her
S: the Ahot was ared. and
t ini the porch, but saw no one

fA P.I Ir resides in High
Alprrint, iandd wt- Ini the rear of his
ht eiii. ,ii ldghlt s'f .ultly 29. between
i l t', II i rsi(.k. when he heard
Sthe. I i.-s I R-maRlnid in this
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r ro 1'r' h Imu i aw or iheaird w)" relieves
p'ams- I lid no.t liva~r of Siort-ia,,il neatly.


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stops Its spreading. Instantly
the Itching. cures It perma.
At any drug store.


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Our Mail Order Catalogue


For Spring M Smm 1909


Will Ie issued ialhout April 13th. If you desire a copy
cut out andi maiil this coIijtpo to us:


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Seem l Otm sof ate It.


Typewriters to rent. W. L. Denham
0. R. Ellis was called to Rochelle
yesterday on business.
Oeo. W. Easterlin of High Sprlngs
I toI the city attendlg court.
Mrs. H. 1,. Mouotomery of Micanopy
SaM the city a visit yesterday.
Five or dosae ",W" will cure any
ao Cme Uil amd Peter. Price 25e.
Dave Tomas of Wladsor was trana
astlm busmess i the elty yesterday.
D. M. Phier of Wadsor was among
tM vidstors to GOalesville yesterday.
Mrs. T. W. Ptta left ywaterday for
Msmopy, where se h oee on a sort
_maghes trp.
Mrs J. R. WilUlam a"d oM of Citra
wee amoag the shppers visiting tbe
4fy yetoray.
,ev. W. C. Porter of Alacha ar-
Sed I t e city yesterday sad will
p-md the eat fe days here.
Doat ill to ent me of those dolt
IOr a p-ies- we are selng for
dl Ste. The Maget Cash Store.
B. W. Wets aad S. M. Walts of
se PFrk were amnm the East
iers vilins the city yesterday.
rlask'as Toe a Is gmrateed to
m ehin., flver, lMs sad l ritppe.
ise Mo. SoM by W. M. Johson.
W. M. Des was amoa the pas-
agers to Jackasovlle yesterday.
having beecalled there besiess.
Miss bhel Waits. an attractlt:
yPM ledy of Hawthorn, wa amaoa
S s oppers visiting the city yester

Mis Birdie Blagham. an attractive
Jema lIay of Citra. was among out-
e4own shoppers visiting Gainesville

Mis LattUe Lttledale of Hawthora.
Spoplar yeina lady of that place.
mu amom the shoppers in the city
yesterday.
J. L. Merry of Micanopy. oe of the
tukers who struck it right this sea-
sa, was among the visitors to the
ity yesterday.
Mr. ad Mrs .. R. IHopson o;
Alachua, who have been in the city
isiting relatives, returned to their
bine yesterday.
See the bargain In everything we
are offering in our big Ten Days' Sale.
Por every one dollar we gi~e ,Fm
wote.. The Magnet Cash Store.
J. A. KinC. a lrtimn:i-.:it citiz n of
Ora:'.Kr Heighht, ho, 1i- .". ..t
the turipentin-t lusinte p at t'i. t l.; '
is amning the vi.-itor toi tlhe i'
bliN~*' LAi- or-tl 'id .MaV li\tito'
haat' rettrtr,- d fi ia a ih al't-a l i it-
of w eitral dlii to \hit' Sirintlv-.
wh.re tthe% wvi.a fos r r-* aiInd r,. :c-.
ottoi
All thtort xI do Ot *t h't I f I' i
picnic s 'e will 'I*,('t iti.ill hhnis l:,. "
the ret.l I;Ttrl'iant lit ,i.r T'ti I;.'.
asle lust conn: < itle t l ('311t' uitil
bring your fricntd!' Th. iMagirt' ('a;hi
Store.


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Prof. J. B. Woltsa ai one to High
SpriaM on a business trip.
P. P. Psallila of Lake View Is
among the visitors to the city.
We will swell 1.2.:1 ammorki for
9le each. Come before they are all
sold. The Magnet Cash sttorc.
The one bho buys the fine choco,
klte set na this sale will get omn
thousand votes. Tbhe M lagmt ('aI-
Store.
I1C. Clarke. who h;al: I. ,n Ii S,,u:h
Florida durlita the past w.'ck on a
successful business teip. returned to
his bone here yesterday,
C. K:. i''*iPeutt. wsho ir. l r' in tf'-
rlt. for tle, ll s t tswo d.i *-. I ft .I *
tKrda for Wa. (rnta on b IUs... i.
w11ll return In a fIt d..-i.
ilt3. lRihlbon Vanilla In TIn P'rt. *
Flavoring Extract" t.o uI~e il n <,i"-
ice cream. It has a dellcarc^"of P.atLi
that )ou don't get In other branldf.
Remember now for very <(:e( dl1
iar s ent with us in the hig .al. )h yor
aIll get 2 o votes for your friend In
the cortest. The Magnet Cash Store
W. R. McGregor of Santa Fe. k
turpentine producer of that place. wat
here yesterday looking after sene
business matters and arranging his
taxes.
Dr. J. H. Coffee of Waldo. for a
number of years one of the effleient
school teachers of the county, waa
among the vislors to Gainesville
yesterday.
Chilaware, glassware, enamelware
aad tiaware going at lowest prlcei
ever offered. Come and Ill your
needs before t's all gone. Magnet
Cash Store.
C. W. Wells of Alachua is among
the visitors to Gainesville. He Is now
engaged In farming and states that
he has Ane prospects of a good and
pro-table crop.
Rev. 8. H. Rogers has returned
from Apopka. where he went for the
purpose of checking up the books in
the offkc of secretary) of the State
Board of Missions.
It will pay you to see the redicu-
loualy low prices on lawns, laces. rib-
toos and embroideries now on exhl-
bitlon at our ttorts and included lit
the big cut-price sale. The Magnet
(ash Store.
Jas. Ilodlford. who has been absent
or the past few month attending a
,ousineces college In Macon. has ar-
I**.l .IA the city and will remain here
tall tl.e opening of the next regular
rn'i in the fall.
Fiveroom cottage to rent on block
adjoining square, formerly occupied
tby W. L. IAeGrande; city sat.r. v ~i
:sc lights. sewerage. bath, and all
Soi(eri. uvitt%'lel(ces. Applyv to) Mrs,
I 11 S~ ('rr ear or Sun office.
ila. Soi .Mo.):%. nlho is ill thl it
:* ioo r the it at tlorida Tli lhia ,
t''o i.l'.inYi. arr, 1t lI tIn. <' it\ \l., i.
.:i :. 1, a ohort i-t tto hi-. I'.r.',it
* i.- iu. M tl.' gr.;is- r p,.rt of it.'
*'I i 11 .!;1 I, 11, .l ;1 .I l t...t1; <, 'i l l :
S : i.r,~'o st i. li frr the tilt

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hi'il o*.t'0II a it h il .0i Ki0t. iti fik'
**.,1 :tra' ; f.to t I (. *"t''l l' rt .l.oiil
of ~tiistled gue*'t> ;afltr 1,.\11iii itha
diniuig re ini of tihe Irown iil ou.


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Capt. A. Paul and V A fhinpman.
of the I R. land offl.e'. l ft ) stti.r
day for NMontguwory. Ala.. and other
points. They sill h,. al',.nt for ,Po*
eral day In tho i,,tr. -t of the, ft.'h-
departlment.
F. II. Irwin of Fi;i h.ak- .i' ni rirch
ant aLtd cI ntr.l.t, r ,f thl..' lat I w. i
in the' Ilty ) r-1.i r Ia. i .is .1 liri:.


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.Msr. and K.'Kr. I. K Aid, r. iai anti
liti I, child of Hll Ih irin: .. v,.r
anmolg the c l. it,)rs to tlhe' city ) etI r
day. Mr. Aindr-on lie ownecr anti
qpcrator of th Itee Ilant and botxlinp
works at that place and states tha*
Ioth are now eljor)ing a fine trade.
C. J. Grace of E Kisrton was in the
cat:" e*te-rdai.. lie is amonIg the
lucky farmnirs of that section iwho
have fared e I l wi their r crop. and
will make' a %isit to his old home in
Georgia for the next tv-ieral aekr.
going via Tallahassee for a few days
If you desire a clear complexion
take Foley's Orino Laxative for con
stlpatlon and liver trouble as it will
stimulate these organs and thorough-
ly t anlse your system. wt'-h Is
what e.eryton c needs in the spring in
order to feel well. J. W. McCollum
& Co.
F. S. Curl. deputy sheriff of Archer.
was aiong the visitors to the city
. eite r a.J thi.s itHing hi.. fir.-t visitt ii
some weeks IH. states that Archer
is progrestlng at a very rapid rate
Many new buildiiKg are. contemiplaited.
besides a larKge number are beiing ian-
lprov'ed aiid pi.titi d.
A. J. Shuford. a former citizen of
(aine'sville but Irow making his honl'
in Atlanta. w.~a a viiit,'r here' yv, st,-r
da.. He %as. ein route to Hlathorn.
having Iben called there on busii ss
Mr. Shuford states that he is con-
ducting a very lucrative, bu i:'...is in
thef ;Georgia caloital and has drone well
since first engaging in bu.-inc-s in
tl'a rl 'y
A card r-cti\' t from Dr. Harry I..
Pl'earce'. aho. with hi:.- fll airl iital
laI. Itowtr.i lo'ft L. t w.--k f.,r No's
NMt\ll;o ftIr illi the ltnI li : tI,. h;.... ..
!H.ar- the- I'l'a.iii g inifotr r ioni, that
tl(h .are' all al,': : l::' ht..t I i ;
%lintKo rtr!a.. New MI \ils r. t:!ld tiha
I,.'- i alra:itl. frt ellit; Iutich Ib ttu-r
Th1' ntalin frionld- tof Ir I' :arir <* ill
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nent tasten for lcts t.an 20 ;ents. Six
-ords niaake a line; ,o frtmOVuul Ilet-
every word over each si teou *:.mg a-
an iddlUoral line. CASH In rpt'.ance
must accompany all oniltvrs fot Im-rr
tr6s In tLls coblimr

FOR RENT.

TO ll.NT--.. nrnii c()ttazt'. (-IoE*- in.
Inqulre Ttei.raioh off i t*-

iF'ORt lItNT ruriihi.htd room ulthi 1
W ipe ootali. Apply Mr%. (;#-o.1F. flte-A


FOR REINT -41lut iix-rormm and tA0
fi.erooni cottaz'- in South (GaiUo.s
ville Alppuly to Cofitn Factrry offi it

FOR RENT Five-room cottagt- on
block next to square; city wat r.
electric lights, bath rcom and aiJ
mnJion lrrl CtOiJ'. e t Apply at th i:
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FOR SALE.

OR SALE Hand-drawn heart e .prtr,- i(;rlali4al Ilitulil.g, Eiilt Mai:i
-hingles W ('CoiLon. Court Ilouse tStreet, N\rtll.

OR SALE--M. $1;7. due bill which!
w as awarded ime in last planet c on- BOm* -A ag W wk
l(est conducted l.v Tho- Sun. FT fl ri
further particulars addrr-.- i' P ) A 0u-i..ilt.
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MEDICAL.


Q1)'lEK R'PISTORATIVK !,r I.',-t wan-
hood. Satisfaction Knaaranteitee oi
money r. funded: '.fiv por bottle'
Sold by W. M. Johnson.


.PAINLESS EXTRACTION.
Phone 51.


SGEO. W. DAVENHORT
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-MRS. McCORMICK'S-- 1'" nd 1

MILLIERY ART SCHOOL Tuner and Rebuilder

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IT' FRESH EVERY DAY!


The' .Iread Il'it and C'.ke' ,ou
'vat -Ihuld Im- iutrir.ou-. The
flni,', flour. itl\e(' ithi pure
rich milk and l.aktd in the
"puril f: .lItoim make our
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IIAL11- alid ha~v LIU4111 trvxt-41 -h\c
their to-t-Lb e'xtimieit'd auiwl h A im ou
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BEXLEY-OSTEEN TRIAL



Great Volume of Evidence Was Introduced Friday.

Defense Begins Its Testimony.


( 'estl't (4f ''x 'ied -it -iii : Jo Fridtay
nin ridnzli ~.It iil.e4t to ae'jo urnint-t4t of
Thur~efa ? .tnitd v' Wilkl presiding. 'in I
q-t iro e- Iffici 1,re -.
The* de-f''tid' imt \V'4 ;A IP-d'xle and
Tn' lpIt ),t o ti. alie% % n.- hise- iig tri-d
for the' nirdetr of W II Metre-laindt
;st High Sipri-igs esi theii.'i-ai.ht (if .tinI


tion ll4hliiie their eli. T he %%4% en'
.iirrilulided Iot dh'abF r-la ti'4- aIwil
frietilid as oil tll#e deta' Hllr, I'll,
liipmlli g eni a e -re- attirtrd in ll lae-k.
ile'ariiig lai.4'iit-r tic'. ati j' lt O \ -
cuat aa% asldIriled -d sil I reli- Isiui-

Livingston's Testimony.

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lionaiic-gle' .olIet .i Ir.te'Iq~. V. t(le Irile

slight. arri~ iiiii z Ie ht Y4?. il a4 l Ir-
holuici t. ;1111 -it%% I %% h1 ll Il
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lby the route- follow rd.
That Map Again.
At this juncture the' niap, vhiich
was lutroduced in Thursday .! *,-sainlt
was again lprfs.-nt.ted bi' wai'er of
rules. .I. W Pation. a chil i*ngitine'.r
and sur.teyor. was placed on tilt'
stand, and Identified the' mali. stat
lnr that hIe made it. and that it ;was
aHlolut and location.
Ity Attorntiy Stripliing: "You iha'
indic;iated liertc onmi' point with a
red Ilnark \\'lht doe's that mark rFp-i
re-'ntilt
It repre--.fnts th. point wl-hre I
SaI- ild 1M.ir, l;tinl l -ai b,,d. as found.'
re-lli,-dl the'f itin. --
"lhoI tilil \.Iu that a Mt>lorla;lid' tlMwdy
wat found on thii sliot'
1r (;rin i"
Aft.r el ( lrilwiiii" \1.ri2- %->iits hI'V
tilllllt0 I in ( thl ir J l .;lll 0tll: t!. l, olji th d i t, th I i lie illr ig t thli i l l 11 .li l
iil.-itee 1I t it. ii~ H'. 1.1r tiI .I I!

N ithdre-w t. iil \ i;2a -- w Ai I t -t.;,
ii 'liti that the In:i|t Hoellilel 1 llI,.e
#li( e0.l in e'\ ii'i( > :i t tih ltr- i, 'r tll.n
Livingston Recalled.
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4 111t* *t I'll. t I il % t I%' 4 '1 %tid to4m atter
the- hbonmicide'. lit- fe suuict e *a'h at his
r., lw'vt''j homties. a md in h.'d. N 'ithter
(if tI 4' h .i.-f'ndatits a'lpti-ared to N-t un-
dul.% vu\ iti-d
W'itie.' r stated on r.'-direct .'-ami-
nationu that whten tit-arre'ste'd ited.'
the- zoe-e'ond tinii.. oil tliet *I-ornilng of
.fill% ::so. 114 took hinm i I'x e'! tot
honlivo of V itnesiis. 1 aswitnit'' had ltcet
upj all nicht. and we'llt to lr'akta-;t
ininifwdiat'lY folltming the, arr4-st
Sl.vlv. antid to kuio. -vI hI l% w .Aa,
again arr4?t'd. viliv i %%itut-as told
hiiiii at Aas I, thew tracks. lit- and
Ite''Je % %t're' walking alontig Eli' elf
htte' tralli. amid %itis'5s -e'le'ete'd oil*'
f thie I rd'ks. Ici4t'* v olunitaril)
-a eel hii' foot hitoe thtli dti'pression.
ii.Ithet V 111 %ai 'dd. *It fit-i-.
%VhI Ii ;l.l4 If tl ifhe mouldi-v. ar that
I %%.I, 41i;W of the' chain of tracks
.4111'"t dI \it 1*'#5-rs uldi.d that he-
'.e ''.1 ii-it ei:t twfiat t.h track uas
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KILLED BY THE SENATE



Lengthy Debate Over Meaure--ouse Passes Mr

Stokes' Loua Shark L


TAI.I.AIIASSI.E. May 7. The. S-
;ite. after a. debate lasting through the'
eIt ire morning session )yeterda..
killed the Harris ren'pportionment
,ill hby a vote of Is to t1 on a mo-
tlon to Indefinitely postpone the meas-
ure'.
Senator Harris delivered one of
the abl,.lst of Irpeechet in behalf of
thel measure and quoted from many
court dee'isions in other states to
,rouvc that under the Intent of the
constitution it is not only the privi-
lege. but the duty of this Igialature
to realpportion the State.
Senators Humphries and Beard also
sHpoke' in its twhall.
Senators Miller. Cone and McALod
-;lokv' agaiint the nitasure.
Little else wasa done by the Senate.
;a ith.' tire session was given up to
the' d lcussion of this matter.
Thle Imo- lt important bill Introduced
was the' one by Senator Iavis. by re-
qu.e't. which provide's for a State sys-
te'ni of trunk highways planned on
the' order of resolutions lately adopt-
*ed bv M .e-ral loards of trade.
Senator McCreary Introduced Sen
ate Itill No :,;*. organizing City of
Ne, bwrry. also Senate lt1ll No. :!iK.
relating to devtislon of countlen into
rolad di-tricts Mr Ike al)o intro-
duce'd a -iiilar h1ll in the llouse.

IN THE HOUSE.
A lieateil deli'cusion a. precllpitat-
-j ini the llous % epterdl; afte'riMona


o'e il- -u-t fl4-nr siiav- sjprin
'mud iwit r,-mitie' -lhiF ho%% mitiaol


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when the committee appointed to in-
vertigate the report of the Internal
Improvement Fund Investtlatlln Col-
misilon brought in two reports.
Chairman MacWilliams of the com-
mittee submitted a minority report
recommend ln that resotlooans be
adopted censurtin the trustees for
their action in pylagr out uch large
attorney fees.
Representative Hilburn and the
other members of the committee sub-
mitted a majority report alleging that
under that report there Is no corrp-
tion charged or anything else upon
which action could be eased aad
recommending that nothing further
be done for that reason.
A heated discussion followed which'
was only broken by adjournment
The HouMe killed the consttutional
amendment offered by Bmith of Jack-
son, which is very much like the
Mlississppl grandfather law. and pre-
scribes similar conditions for eliglbl-
ity to vote. There wa a very warnu
debate over the measure. Mr. Rober-
sno of Suwaoee taklag an especially
strong stand agl st It.
In the morain the Stokes loan
shark bill was passed. Mr. Stokes
dIelivered a very eloquent address In
t1whalf of the measure.
1r. Chase of Duval objected to the
hill. le said that he did ot waat
to go on record as favoring sharks.
hut explained that the pawn shops are
neefdedd or the Ioor in Jacksonville.


on a writ of attachment, and that he
he, ithe wlitneiss went on his appear-
:tiine Ibllnd Witness was shown the
i IHiid. and rc'roinil 'd his signature.
;Il ,i, lrh- signature of deceased
P. 0. Ramey. -
Sh-riff I (;G Ranlimey was called
utid t,-stifi'd that he was present at
Ili,' lheariin of the halmwas corpus pro-
e('e-lligis iin the case of Itlexley and
()tei-.-n. alnd that Tolm K. Milon was
.1 wltie.ss at said hearing. and after-
S.rdl K';\.' appearance bond. said
' iI ie, tllig l niit-ed iIn his ilreM' nc' e by
S \lit\i anid Tomn E. Mixon. Wit-
i -I-h,.in thi' bond and identified

t htlie i e .tiltoiuriied till I 44 p u ll
The Afternoon Session.
4' ;*, 1 1 i t$1.1'4' ie l .i4t I 40 Ul.
\i .. La- i lial ('cour stenographer.
ilt. fir-I t ii lti. '- Miss Hale
-i.ii,*d Ihat iit heI r official capacity she
lINok ilowii tlir eOlidle'nce i i the ha;htas
corlsii~ ipr.'ee. din Kg of lt-xl*-\ and


rI,. u :OOIl t hat
r ... 1.il i ,t '. i Iit :if0#. r hni rContlnued on Next Pawe.

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Prepared for Busy Readers


Boyle Found Guilty of



Kidnapping Billy Whitla.


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Truth and

Quality


(cotnuds rom Page Onep) appml to the Wt11-intf rnneql in eve
-- walkof life antl art ---e:it- il to i-numt


Osteem, a soe the witne-a.se being
Tom C. Mitom, aad that trantcrlpt as
teotled to by Tom Mixon sns c, r-
rect.
Crossezxamlation: Defen.e asked
vtness If she did not retire frmin the
coalt room during a Iortton of a
part of Mton's testiln:on V t *i
babea eaorps proceedings. to which
ahe replied Ia the afirmatile.
lSate oved that transcript of 1Mix
on's tetimony be Sled In evidence
Objection by defense on grounds that
transcript is not aomllete.
There betag no obJect.:n (m the
ground tat It is not the' bett evi.
deae objection overruled, with per.
*isteo of defense to object to any
teettamn not admissable in this case.
Defense asked witness if testUmony.
after bal trascribed. had eser been
msbmitted to approval or signed by
Tom Minom. to which she replied
tat t had nt, to her knowledge.
Attr Mey trpn asked for motes
or trascript of testlmoy of Tom
Im at te Iprdlmiary bearing be-
tue CoIly Judge Mason. to which
ta Attorney Rivers replied that be
mws at present at the preliminary.
bel represated by Attorney Evans
allo. Attorney Halle informed the
eart that ao oteo were taken of
the teUstimy an quest at this

Attorys for defense retired with
traeuOript ad made exceptions. re-
tfrm d onemet. pant of exceptions
betg -utained by the court. ad Iled
In evidence.
W. IL Grwme
w as re at hearing of habeas cor
s proeediags i whieh Bexley and
Ostoo were petitoers and beard
evdeace of Tom Nixon. Said that
Mixse ntitde during the absence of
the eourt tenagrapher. who bad re-
tired, that he bad gone to the point
were he was standing when he saw
the men. to et a woman. Witness
thought that was all Mixon said dur-
Lag tbe abseee of the court stenogra-
pber.
"Was that teetlmony reduced to
wrltia?" asked the prosecution.
"I am quit e iure t was not," was
thi reply.
The State Reta.


At 3:;0 o'clock Attorney Rivers an $' '.~'
onuoced that State rested. he ~ o4
Griner recalled by defei-nse. Know "'r Trir
Tom Mixon and saw %him alulit fotlr llriunrtr
Ilinutes before th-e report of the- ',
shooting on July .:' i.. a iln '"l'
bla market. Mixoi puille i lff !l I'I 1n
shMNs and -aid he % a; l in lo.- 'hI
MixonU appwarAd io be drinkiizg Kilnw *
lixo u soel. Was not ima1n of i>oor
efvlght. :
W hen askl d why 1', .I' I, "' -
tlv' -that P oinl mlo T l.,,.r wr wiio,ll I- ,
t ore-n the' tinte hie. i t M.I i :tlial t -
the tliiec he hl ard r, rit witfv.-- 'Ir
r il,li..l that he- !iik. d at his a.tt h. ,I n 1
anid knew. 1
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where' he was stelatinig lin tli' ;'iw
the shot "' asked thi i. f. ties
"'He did r re I-lid I!:. ilat whie.


by re-que-t. el<- .i;.u < el li,' [|it hv II
the- nl.i
"~ 'hi did 1 NixM -;\ li' ;aftl r
waril. Wei *1 '
To which the sririi-sa ri.l-,ilo tlha
Mlixon said he- ri turnlI. t, Ili- Iiar
ket
Wlitinefs aildl that MIxonI a re.'uial
tion was had. and that he would not
beliele him on hli oatb
W. F. Brown
and Night Olrfficer U(riner t lt .1M ,l.i
market tog-ethi.r. Has MIlxtn and
Mixon lapiar.ed drunk at market
W'eut to the cotton ti wareathoutls ailthi
bina Whtl-en thiI, KgI! to llh. .ar>'
house- the-. hie-rdl -hrlt aiid wA I iit
dil a< l i|n frimeanll a Iti hi. -htn, Ik .ill'
arind ict.( I- i 1 ;.; 'A| iii i,-h i tIi. Ifir, .
fouhid tht hi t l' o c-f 1 i t, lin l I ii.. -I,
Sthe cr .old l I 1. I i % % ti i I it
haulI lir aij I ia 1 *i' 1. 1 .
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suermta and -ts~tll~ t.inlMC. A rnr
inuiiA, it i, not claime- I Iii.? i-ru 4 pof VI
avi I :li\ir of S 'msII 1& -14i,-jlly rftieNly 1
known value, but r c-e (,( ni.llay nfa-ansl
why it is th 11-1r- oti Ir- m1n a I n aIclluly
ianativeq ii t'.' t.iu i ttht it cale-n-;e4.
4we-ten anti rclgeve, the internrl or an.
on which it acts iA tia"ut any aldiitating
after ciectq andl a thHiut having to icwrpatc
the quatnt ty frilin tntie t.) tirn;.


It arts plinantyr an:l ntntirally a- !
trdly as a l.ax.tive, arlnl te component
parts re kn.,n oa, :i:to l :tilroved lIy
phyicidana .iq it i1 fr' f'.ero n all c, ictionl
al4e :ilt'atl~c. To r-'t it. hencficial
effects always mpurhwl.te the genuin,*
nm:n;:f.alrtir- byy the' (alfrnia Fig S.yrup
(.., only, andl for sale by al leading drug-
gists.

Did not speak to him, but recognized
him.
Cros-examlnatlon by State-Wit-
ness stated In answer to his physical
condition that night that he was
ill. He retired at a little af
ter 8 o'clock, but had not gone to
sleep, aud be Judged that the shot
was Bred between 10 and 11 o'clock.
Did not know whether the shot was
the one which killed Moreland or
not.
Wltae beard so outcry after re-
port of shot.
Pate Sims.
This youthful witness was called
ad gave the following testimony: Re-
aides in High 8prins. Uand was there
the light Moreland was killed. Mix-
on told him afterwards. and showed
him. where he was standing when the
shot was fred. which was in front
of Mr. Grimes' house. Told witness
that when the shot was fired he ran
hack to his market.
Note signed by T. E. .Mixon and ad
dressed to M. A. Itrxley. father of
Wim. E. Iklxky. which was ri ft'n i,
witness at request of .Mixon and sign
ed by Mlxon. was pire'nted to the'
witness, who recognized same. Wit-
ness delivered the note to Judge Hlex-
le.
Substance of the Note.
The Inote' a,. in -.Uli.-ttii 'h:i
if Judge,* l' h'l 41 *u. ll,' .M i\ ,i
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lIl be-on arrested. Iixon said. hat In i
b. ii trar-ked t.) their re'sj'e' tIe'
homwe Nit further thtii t ha t ho'
i,',hon kne'm noijthinig scuit it
Judge Mason on Stasd.

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tti..' ~i. Ititar% i h:irieg in the-
tir tih' Sr -t-off Its Nk.%- ftt
al i~ii e1 T\II- *~j grIc'i, in ll t eI-'-
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iiar L) It1ha1t t!:-- at'\trnatu rib'd

Janie Berry.


j.lat it, I|t r1" ; ntlitt '), tma111in ~;a-
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Judge M. A. exioy.
'.at!cer ,,f \ nil. A. I ,eh' the
ll,'Xt itti,' I.ldKi It'\lty saa
I thII ti o I,: tti r aif d T a tl gran li toh
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lwing l i tt.r r1e (a.i |d tlr uit lil tie
npot Miofie. the third a telg Jam de-
livere h ed y the Weten U'nion Tle








denee.
Judge M. A. *exley.
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hn reply to tt que an by the pra to





cution. witness stated that he had
never withten enilon a cone in hin
alie. and never nd eachbut one bsin
tranactlon -with him. that ofr purt
being letters received thrution the





hast ae the third r o ca telegram de-
t oneph Company on Octobe paid him.





Gerg T. Taylor.
Rev. George T. Taylor was sworn.
Thee nw itruentn well and was suevi-
dence.
In reply to a question by the prose-




ciently a aitnea stated wth hit haad
neverwritto ren Mion ame. The two





letters address4'd to .wlidge Tc,.lel-
were exhihit d to witness, who r,.ael
lly Identified same, as the handwritlng
,,f .M ixon.
Witne,, was asked if ha' kn,'w tan'
life. and never had but one br net o
trana, cthon with him. that of purdid
chasing a number of cigars from him














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Whatat one time. for which he paidhim.
Soerge T. Taylor.
Rev. George T. Taylor was sworn.
He knew MIxon well. and was suffl






Tiently acquainted witch his datnd
writing to recognize ame. The two
letters addressed to 'rldgre i elev
were exhibited to witness. who read
ily Identified same as the handwriting
>f Mixon.
Witness was asked If he know<: nnv
thing of the truth and veracity of
MIxon, when he replied that he did
n At.
What the Letter Said.
The fir.t l tt. r. which 'aAs dat'dl
rampa. Fla sonom- time i rior i t)0'
, hl>,r ,r I1:*o wa.? in ulistanve a re-
< -'t frn 1" E. M ixini to ) M. .A
i'.\. t 1d hill) I X 1 .M V At


A Poor Wea A Woman
As the is termed, wI3 ev(clatree ltr'. and Fai'-'' '
alltmi uriich a tstrv ,yaq yaceaold .iae dex u04
The fict v% wnti v are .rc rucst than 1.y L4 it
to $,r under such tn'u,-r'.
ltery wome ought to ksaw that she may ostaim
Ohe .macit e t'rienceJ ou r-Aa -Idrwe Ire.- o f 4?E'r
8"J in alk.ater re llOA'tand pri% 'ai h%- wnt-n i to
the ilorld' l aiecnirv cleJi-Al .A-. owilunR, R. V.
Pierce, M. D., Pre~-.dent, HuiTlAt, N. 1'. Dr. l'irce
has been ch'e f onultin physicoan 4- 1 eIn- gildls'
Itlvel avv Su-gicwa Institute, of Hutral'o. N. V., fit
ienv s tar% end has haJ a wider practice leikrwreencO
in the treoiment (of womwn'* *disewes th'an afi o!'ber phyiscian im this 9cuntry.
Hist uo-, .. 5cc Are wuriJ-farauaui tu- their stuni.l1-a.2 ei ciacy.
The most perce r~mgedv ever devised for wewlA sad oe&.
el. women is Dr. Pierf. s Faserite rre..-ri...
IT MAVtKS WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
!CI1 WOMEN WELLI
The m-" a'a-" r'd .\r'-:itn~ of rv-wn'- peculiar Olments are fully et
folrth a. 1'lae.n 0* fi '- *1 0 *9t' 1 :'-.k NicSlctal At' ;Set r (014 pate%), newly
v" 4-i IAleac, O.'ih t-'1,lnJ* wi!l be rmilled free oe
ftcr 1 44,r '. ..) t', pt o iPte rro f v.r'r. Aidree as absoe..


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




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Retailers sa Jobbo it


Staple and Fancy Croceries

Grsin, Garden Seed and Fertilizers
SOUTH 10DE SQUARE -*- GAINESVILLL FLORIDA

4Ighest market price paid for Chickens, Eggs and otht- Produce.

A Complete stoko of Hay. Cora. Oats, Flour. Bran. 'eal. Cocto
OSed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very Seat goods
at Lowet Prices, ad guarantee matisfatlcoo a.ays.


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Itill II oldl I'v all tinriuiitst in fIft\-ccnt and lt~l(
I the rail(ll one-dollar sije A ittl It litl niv haVe a
Ot it.r. Thi- sample oInote an- 1a kgt" (htat tillo agll ttho
3111 of 1,rt iblt&it.: 4t11seit fcc by mail Address, wa- cau
0t. )sitme r %Cti.. tinhamtO'n. g. h. t. iati'u.
raicd caui la- .witing mention readin I!--this e- wl-l n
fil-%illi ut.- e aua offer in thii paper. oenit mate
i i.rasioldbla lly iista. b iut remember the name, .aisi fo r
Sramp-eot, tandi d m't lht a dealer all IIlo iu
Witofthnaou somethin in placr of fe wama Ro.t- ibdtit w a
liniz of tht. if you do you h il n laediswappointeod.


cintll -'atlit from tIhel' count( whiliii h(Iwa -
tak* I n pi tl.sri;yt ait in whh-ich
llai n ill pre- anl here. afiei in order
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Full line of Palmer


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$2.50, $4,


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lis- Fannie Whiting...........
Mlii (;Gracve Glover .............
M i-s .IlIninna Morris .........
Mii- Mlildred McArthu. ........
NMli- Fainnric' Iturkhlni..........
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O'r LERRICK C.1LGHT HIM
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tearing :away t i( of the tow-
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very thankful that the' aRcc
as ntilt niore srriosi% and at-
his o-c('al' to tt he' mnttline
There were 'r selln' r s,'n or
crr,)4". holding th' tlnitt-r. hut
tv -Paw It wasr slidingR awa)
minr. the\y all madla a e.t a-wa.
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RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Fernandmna Lodge of Elks Pay Trib-
ute to Late J. O. LaFontsee.
F'erniia inita Ilocdge' No. ",.. Itc'nl'lI
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lac Sams 5indle.o
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Court adjourned at 9:456 tml :I3
Saturday morning. -


In tnhe l aln 1 boys Will Ie Isys
;w- a n lilehmber
(Continued from Page Two.) And are always getting seratce
.I 1.niht. Cd -.. cuts. sprains. brulase, bhimps., rs
to rie e froim utes after he got into his room. or scalds. Don't neglect sch thlas
and e.-te'.lin'd Wite'.'. w attired In a dark --they may result serosly It yo
do. Apply Ballard's lSnow IUlntmt
linti,-'. Mand --urge' coat. light trousers and light according to direction riht away
according to directlons right away
:1i i Iour tl. tra;w ihat wh he l-,iasd Mr. Futch' 1 and It will relieve the pfal sad heal
'., I-,. 4f a iui' the trouble. Price 25c, 5Oc ad 91.-.
W 'itnes. went to sene after the Sold by W. M. Jobmeom.
,, ,-. ihiootliK. and remaine d a abort while. NOTI -
NOTICRI CR
I, .. Mrs Kate Wood. a resident of Illibh Al Wo I
Arilngs,. Wan hi rallied. Was in Lice 1. hereby lgven that sixty days atI
iI. I.,1v iT, '. lr'rings the. iiight Moreland was ter this date there will be a bill intro-
1. I' l h' Se as ll i1 th hall at L.r dllced at the 1909 session of the For-
:i Ili' hot Ias fired. anid Ida IA.gLislature for a spedal law for
S' 1;n1 t i ri h. but saw noI uo1 .AIa'chtua county to prohibit the sboot*
illg. hutiting or killing of quail for
I I:" rlId-,s In 111th three (3) days out of each week dur-
Siril.':-. :,a d it. I, i th.. rear cf his Ilg the open season.- *
.. li nll h ** N, i. lu|. h 'd t! 'lt'e i le'
'l 1 1 ',l I 1 '. i. I h hard Torturing eci'zena spreads Its burn-
SI:. .. ili. i4i',,l 1h,1i iiiii41 I iin thi il hg area ,e. ry day. Doan's Ointment
1 1i ,l4-ll1:l i 1. 1 ,,r fill. Ii iiinlittes quickly htols Its apreadlng. lastantly
"i -t,., m.ir r. .o-r' l .ut .' I I r I.r nI i i rrli'tesi the Itching. cures It perma-
S 11,i1 i.L- Ill, t"l t r I., r iof \Inr, I:inll nii tly. At any drug store.


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For Spring ad Summer 1909

\\i I ic- is.U all< Hout April 1.thl. If you desire a copy
cut out anid ml:il tlhi cnu4 iiio to us:




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B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
% -A I ANNfI, G.EOciAl -


General Agents for

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 &

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THK DAILY 8UN: (tAINSVILL, FLA)RIPA. MAY 8. 1909


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Val% SrATE INCAMPiraNT ORDlVE..i

TI :,1 'flron l 'redler do I 'I

esi-m teheI'. aes g


-~ ~ 4~ *i clr: -ii& tt i ,,-litr tre if t

Ir IL P=Wnf...... assm .eniwq-luti Ig
d s Ia aymacs Iltci tt l r. r fr It. l;i--tl


*3LL 3oUuv k a. p~~ I eYW nmorn eg
4 U doelive b, ..arrle is the city, eo
dletom_ ya to the Valted Atatcs potage
unkse ba Vast- 9twalmmn "Vthm. 1- 24thve
upnljW go nub OBfie weeck %-EuiWt17


aw am heinum.sM S vo s or each d01itwoal
bue
manbe Uepky amlalaa maei ackn ew

1v wimWeak lm Is an ioit- pge. uy
Ws -s w, pUbli sed*"my Monday and
'%me f md imitlels all the ews of te
f, tent, Sl am4 geoerMn, aid albt he
1, kpsef t"ie, olea "pt of ahe ited
mises w C'msliak, er St soa year-luad vance.
AN Seindds ilb beeon --#ide afow grit
Amimm ed eaI m tkmt. unless rwwiue
-w elffit IN Fmtr m s hasno n so
us be u"42 b "b fOW rertI1sg in ai
m. m A km TF DAILY SUN.


A JUST COMPLAINT.

The Gm has from time to time call-
ed mun1 to the need of bettor depot
rw of~ the ralbeds enter-
IRS Obewvi iio ad the Rausred Coat-
minsh a mnde an efort to have bet-
ow bldlitives pieliei, t the ex-
eu'aem of the Suday School pkcuick
asito ortermeh r idmy demmo-
stga'tdthe hin.dlate md for a
ehmugl u alor kemom of the Atlantic
Onst ULe lmasw static.
etaems 7:30 aad 9:30 o'clock the
tdikt aIget sold 644 tickets for the
Fa rI' sad the manner I which


am
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peple had to push and saove
another to gala admittance to
ticket window was anything but


a credit to the railroad sy)
city. This condition was
by the depot having onl]
trace, Wnd takaig nlto cc
that a majority of those
tickets for tbL occasion w
and children. it was
pleasant, and served as a
the day's outing at the
This condition can be r
mall expense by making
to both white and col
Ing rooms. and It as to be
the railroad authoritlio-r
lay this necessity any Ik
prensnt accommodations at
sitlon' on the public. and
gested that if relief I. nto
fore the railroad atltnipt-
modate our 4mpeol, on
casloun. a ticket sagon
the outside' in ortl'r Ihlat
may be nwmore agreami- 'ls s.
Should the liailiril Coi 'an
L otticial. swl tlhe i.ain .-\il
cil i.vc',.r a r,.*' a- a to tl r.,
tiono fr a IA'H |,p.;--l.ial r
railroail ''comiil| i"y c ii .tSAi
inlak' tile alterateoi- il.'..-o'

Th- S in Ii;i, r,. i. I*
fronlm l. Ai. l I'- il ..
nounriig the ar.iral o
b*ent frotm Floril.t i -i ) Itwi
aid (on lilnd till t ti,' ior
try of the I'c ill ti-
The niiembnl, rs i t li, rI-at
sj kilal ipalu to \;iilil!e' 1
ditionrl. t lhe difTfer'r iit .s
and IradlliKge orglae. i and
detail of the' loii i, -tv
Make reuortm ot thi. ('.Cal
a hceii lthe- return to I
each men'litl'r hau- I.e,,''i d(
%*'rttlgale' Iome c'trlalln n1i
inlduiltry The-ir olhi.br\ai
doubt be of much hiN-otl(e
Ida fruit gKrowE rs


Ito.Ir f tfl ld u illt ti|lltn',l'ni n In.iI1
S'TIl %otrin a arl period tf e,(v1) Iln'
*1\!. Thei Tin -' tin.ni.
'.* :. ra;l oerlt r i? i ; I
n k ,' :,' i i' l.t r% f.,r ili i. 1i1 :
oIftI(e re tr o take tii, e" n i : .. :;, ;
w o Ihas nv-t r,'-( o I I- f arn t r'm drill :.!
'r'trn -tlon in thl.e '-ch I of :t *I
41; r." : in t i l:ii d f r.r k., I ri',r ito '.o late of llth
S r: a r'; il' fit .' *: r it II 1 v iii
-ert d for ':;' re ,;I it ro%!.v o' fl hI!
i l 're I-4< hain e i ar:( ilitedl w ih ithe re oit' !r
artllv. nir'lv *'oill'io- H r-' f(olttit inl
:i41c ieois ( li< i l' va' 1it lt or 'g:ii/..d.ii r ic
A ho had rice r lo -d nl, olu-ll Iino r:ili
nfntary Instruction.< tefore'- IHatli
home stations. This fact un- made
the pulbject of st'e'ial reports of artn.
officers detailed with the militia as
Instructors and Incorporated In a cir
cular from the War department. upon
recommendation of the di lion of
mllitia of the Federal Government.
Upon the receipt of the general or-
ders. the commanding general of the

brigade will Immediately Issue the'
necessary orders to carry them Into
effect, as well as prescribing the pro-
gram of feld exercles covering the
i*riod of the encampment.
The following are the general or-
ders issued by the Adjutant-General
by command of the commander-in-
chief:
"State of Florida. General Head-
quarters. Florida State Troops. Tal-
lahassee. April 28.
"General Orders No. 7.
"1. An encampment of the First
Brigade. Florida State Troops. will


otem or the .....o o u Oat rti .. .
be held at the State campl ground. at
occasioned Point. on the St. Johns river.
r ooe en-
Sone en- commencing June x. and covering a
,nslderatlon
sideration period of eight dayn.. The c i:n;andl
purchasing Ing geinral of the' 'ir : :.I'. I .. :!
rere woenlT ,.l
rere women ue such orders and give sich di
most un-
M u rertionls as may h t necersary to car
dapr to rv this orler into effect HI. will
very start.
er stat. presrribte Mtih course of in.-trtutiolt
erwadled at
Sd e and pIrorani for fit'll cterci-e a Iof the
g asid,' exit
Iord eit- troops a" in his jialti'ntiit will he>-t
loredl wan-
hoe thai promote their efficierltn and ullili tih
hopedthat
iill o t d assei ling of hi, brigade. will :alloti
will not d1-
: c h nil:asuros as niar tv H l r'el"*-air
mgc.r. The
r to ot-cure tIl earr' ti af i...indin is
re an lInpol-
I an Is of all 1i' lc n.ilit:'rv firriI rr ;min.l t.
It II snag-
t iin lre the' niaittt'ti:tn ce' 'f i uilj oiril> r
>t Kiven In-.
and di llpli ; i t :ill tiii .,1i iwli
c to acer'i-
i. anidl it.- sirreiidlinr~ li\ :1il th, i r,., -
.I-imilar -
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til. ... a I'nie, s -14 < l I.ll. \. i'l I 9 1
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thIr 1* ni:tleid of th- \\'el.h 1- filr ani
r a-oimi lle. Iltt al'o Lthe' t iirlillh' 4
tiln ofl r ci'urch iandl Stalt is riio
'4 %.11 l niih v.er loelv in l hi. rolli
tr ~nid ini the imtalih c olule, a ami
and l.ing wrong it will ultimately .l
dlsmol ,ed. That Is being rapidly
rec' disestablishment will naturally to
low that in Ireland. where the result
have been good all around, and I
Wales.

St. Augustine accorded the Daug
terms of the Confederacy every coui
teiy this week. But this was expect
ed since the people of the Ancler
City have a universal reputation to
unstinted hospitality.

There is more catarrh In this sec
tion of the country than all other dli
eases lut together. and until the la.
few \ears was sutllPo.sed to t-e inllui
able. For a xreat many ye'ar.s do<
tors p|ronoiunced it a lohwal dil.ease' an
by conestatitly failing to clure with 1h
cal tre-atn i nt. Ir onriioutIce-l it illn il
'ihi. 4 -i'ii<-. h;as I'riv n rc:t:irrl
to I).* a coii,-litutli.onal d(ist'a.se am
thterif r. r,-- ,;ro r f isli ntial tr-:ilt
nient II .I'i ('at arrh ('Cure'. man.tiuf.1a
turd blvy J. C'hen'tiy & Co.. Tols.-d
Ohio. is tihe oil.t ('l tilttultlnal cur
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fuil. It acts olir'etly on the' hil, :ili
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G CELEBRATION FOR

LAYING CORNER-STON

MANY PROMINENT CI-IZENS T
BC PRESENT FOR O:rC4ciy.


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I, ;i 1w wh.i- l i .t l .\ iUI' r mother, tMr.. Martha M, -:,.
'I i t--R 11 ,r .i. *)i, | i R'. f. 1. .. i i- tI Ir tihl. tIuliiI I. t.r ,iL l I .11 i : ***ur Ii e'it;-hl t-ye a.r- lhl girl
i'r -.. h* h i al 4'I iLh, andl was In a general
F.Ir il :i- ," n.'i3 t i *'I. i'ilrnt I run .w n comnllttien." Mhe hali several
'ill h1111 \ : i- n>il.. r ,il :liius.hllla.. lt I I dw ir.rs, Iho e uld give the child no re-
l4 1 lrl.. i.I!4III le.f, iand the mother noe ncourraemrenl
...ir to h. .,:l r .,l .: Finally. she get a little of Peruna
hi itata r low te. band ,im *nd g i iing it to the child,
ihi.. and it proved to be just what he
Sisitore from all tiiies oif t l nedd. When phe c,mmanced taking
Stat., Perruna the child had to he carried.
Theyv have ab hnldmiil th at ; itt t I Now the- mother isys sbe isp playing
to hold a ce.lebration for .lul. 4th. a around all the time.
they are of the, opinilln that the' to Her closing word were: "You have
could not we.ll h11 er.nt.rt;ai.e that funds for their .su r:'cs lould only girl we have, and it meantlote to
Sto have her cartd.'
not Ie forthroniilg. ,ut on the oth.ra r cur
like Thee are samples of many letters
h-rd .lt., t in a nter like .which Dr. Hartman bi ri-civingl. o.,mn-
Ills. w' ila ;aIfl. e'ity. a \a ry n eat msulnll n h. r.;alizedl mouth rln. While tlht diffr.relnt seii M.nl
for its lIroeil'r ohl-.r\ alinc of nmedlicine are lickering anlddiffnerine
Th ', *\l(ir tihii., t' t ih- .I it will a n to thleori is and reIfleelii-, Pe-runa
oWi-cur h:-I not h*i., n 1* : 1.1 uipl.l. lfor i'-s' right steadily( on L:ivini permanent
uhlii na fr. of 1t: opinien4 ti'at trlief. After all, it '- curries th;lt i',.
it % ill cir in l -. < ''r-rolt hi T- til ,.
th a t it I!l a' ': ,, l.i t. r ,';'rt ,Ii -,,a cu t
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For a club of fve one-yeair sth scrbp-
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Aus,140. 9. old subscribers. 31.IHII
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am ineal M mbetfe t Se t-K
S- r"d Waa. The oMleat are
qonadflagu', helmag mad. Sof
B lAa u Iq**r* t m
Im plates whldehm thebm hemo
sad rI"Tetd tauIther. At the
a- tl Gatl a wielt ad
Ik f W We bell of the Irish mlh m-
St. Gallk ho Ifrtd I the seventh
is srunt perreM ed. bt m-oe
still ta the bell f St. Patrtrk
Selfast, whibb Is orseamnted with
and ge a and silver fligrle work.
The curfew Ill In that shout whlrch
a been urilltn and said. It
bk tbough l that It was only aued
Itlaend. but It %am quite commoti
Sthe ceoninent In the middle rn.re.
Ith raltgg eof bells by rope in still
pry tlar In England. e'"jrialt In
country. where almost every hnrm-
however small. has Itsa c urrh with
peal of bells. wbk-h are often re-
bly well rang. The Irat nral
of bells In England ws sent by
Callstw I11. to KIna's r llege.
bad was for 300 years the
i peol In E:nlad Ablut the
I of the year 1300 sete of el:ht
won h~a b in a fw of the nlare
bes.
1b the middle of the seventereat rea
a man amed White wrote a ft-
wo on b ells la whik he latro-
I the sateo of -mberik a them
L 3 4. 4ee, tea dlMp of paper sl dit-
set eam aseeord to the change
Sto he rng. It is ralrclated
Sto rg all the changes upon twen-
beAl at two strokes a secon
take 11T bIle year.
Oe o the met be-a hells h the
MM e the o t pgrt be of Moacow.
lWb sew ttaml In the middle of a
-Ir In that city *ad ls uwd as a


br. eiu rtaiw I a 1=80 by the Im-
m Nikeolw It Is early twenty
ABth has a cirrumerence of sixty
nt, h two fet thick and weigh al
-I2 W tta. Thee meond Moasew
dl, whirh l the largest bell In th'
MA that Ib actually In ame, weiLr
IM Ce. There are several bells e
i which weigh tea tons and over. of
Ildb Bi Bena the larget bell In EM -
". weithIag between thirteen ad
aa toea. hb one. nle BRn is m-
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'lev. I. W. Williameon's Letter.
tev. I. W. Willilamao. Huntington.
F. Va.. writes: "Thls'is to certify
at I used Poley' Kidney Remedy
r nervous exhaustion and kIdney
rble and am free to say that it
p3 do all that you claim fur it.-
ktey's Kidney Remedy has restored
sith and strength to thousands of
iLk, run down people. Contains so
amfhl drugs and is pleasant to take.
. W. McCollum & Co.


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carry mi Just the s*ntir.- .nh:i.

A Card.
-rhis l to c.'rtify that all drucxti t
re authirls d to refund )our min)iEev
f Foley' Honey and Tar falls to
ure your cough (wr old. It topto tlhe
ough, heals thel luug% and prevents
nueumuonia and couaumuptIn. Coo
tains no opiates The genuuline In
jubow package. J. W. McCollum
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moderation it cheer. Inspires

and strengthens rren For

*oclbility use HARPEIR


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HORRIBLY BURNED


By Boilinf GrOa -Skin All Ca;-w
of One Side of Face and Head -
Tried an Ointment which Made it
All Fester- We Sufferer See a.
Disigured for Life.


CURED WITHOUT A
MARK BY CUTICUlA

"Ahmnt d Tear and ciLeilt mnrn*h, "-
*y i41ay. axrt< uon I. t1 l. *ap. .,e rj.,
on the mit 1. -ir.d the f.-iler ar! r w w .
preparngn t he Imrakfat whn the Infr .;.r-
p full of howlingx '-*ser a..- ui I. .
w ent all ov*er on.e *kl %f t tw'O. 1
fae and hiad. One of the I flani ran
and wiped the' eald with a towel ar. a
you may think what a nmw she madre.
pviing the mtire skin of. Wre took her
o d cwjels who -tki u to ic a dkoe,,r,
which we did. He tended her a wr'k
aid gavB e -Mon*r tuff Hke lid to put
ea. Butt al f tered and I thought
the baby was dibfliured for life. A
woman close beside mw told m to try
Cutkcur Oinmta t. I iusd ab xit threr
boaa sad it wawndrrfkul how it healed.
la about tw kML it ww htter and
thum waa'*t a mark to tell whrew the
eald d ben People uwed b k askl m
I that was the baby that was sadMkrd
mad tht would hardly hlirP m. when
I told t aI w and a wht curd her
ftH. Hao skinb is jt like ,ve4ve and I
havw Mei bw without C untkr ifnc'r.
Cutklers cwred how other rmildren of
rawo b pMds, mo II have nod mu6,
to for what it hi done. Mrm.
Rare. I TSt.. South Shide, Dmr
b@W 16=.w eb 22. 190."


CUTICURA
WgMW'Y Flvearke =lWMbt.
A dsite anowbt with utm ura Olat-
inmt. jpumrda by a hot bath with euwe mop Mnd feowd in the Ir
os by a dose Ctmeura Pills. IM ann
silent to a mard eimndiate rMwlf in
the moist drshuing forms of tortwring.
digburi. tbleaI bs and sadel
himoursMee.emsn. rashes le ItaIs
permit ret and shtp and point to a
-sedy e In the joruityt .f ea.
Whan elw ebils.
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HISTORY ON A TUSIL

Peta' Made by a Came Man RUMImm
of Veen Age.
hAW2, -o. so lo0In that eten a wine'0 -
Itst wol hardly tre e venture t.gums
as to the date. a ngau t -Lid s ir omll
a %1'd lt.istINCHskin aitimkiW hue lcims wts
OaLtIn I,: a t til me M 1hkltof a Iea V4 aIII aFI
let tVie 7m Ly Iliullanla hi In Wita.1e4 nA
at ullm )`-ru F re n, v Ile w-is !lr
wet',I1 tii Imnv !'lr. 4-u' the lr wriem!-e
6if g-.tu is ry tu4k.pr-I-i ta, (
womp 3,',lt tl aia'.w'" li-!'tv"v-d .
thrcuuli %s! Witfi he huW Im'.j4: a '1 .i"M
vi'ft lhe ipi hd iclaito ?hai 1I% .irv 5dip
rune i Prrre-c is S ui a trea,:-it P.Ito Iw
1 st til In t -)f, t afe ;tf r cv tw I-: *- r.r ii'-
Ocemtth. lifo' day j nu-n ,.IIIuI 6 F-rtc't.
dl-,.'t: III tile c-\ti-fs Feces. :..td It
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care mxan's hlbeieer% siic-h. trmciNb#,td
Into itutitfcith ce'iitr rigIl-li s.
-mem. thilrkA n Ig 1.11 5 e' cA w.tlje-1
raUeous wth hI,, billy r6tlIpImIr..'
No r'sed thit a1 7 of hulL iLiid
hate pv.- left is Sh1il ac &iti. a ilL *a
ttaLs. T'hae eaklte'iet l yptiai leia W IP
a tMIng t of yelir-lra:' c- mfllltuti- 4 this
Fnuct~iliUak a-ulpturfr While t fi vitro-
maii vts living it. rureelee toe i
0 the Nile was 7c4C lnly a %i 1d' '.t"
Keyll, WAS."Ot 34-C Egypt. und~,cvhillm-
tian a* no know It had %c4rs4m'lywurm&
a INeiDuisa q Igplmwcehts

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fri-gewl ,; -.1. -gl. .,
4.0% 4r.N jIt I -1 1, 6 fat Iu.e0 1 .1 ".11 isl
such a I Ii' a : P"I- 'ul-I latail hat f *r I
Uad V. hat cdo. )U call it li Iij.ICli
I knes i a.Iq wtth all set." W'ush
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I~ upI~r~uI --,---,- 01111for bate Fewer.I to 1"S n n6o
ON but Ufo. $a Tfof t A)nrP" ePratlee In2 mlnkg towIsM n p PUrion
Animal LIfe en the Pienet' I 9 1 et b11s* a s"*Igle rances 'us I
Withar plant mu) a nI Idq eno r dIF.


fat aslng an the *r' .' ntf life '-I
tlnct Imn the rondl: Ii..i, ,of wmnkl ire
aperre. and ot.l, a hsitilhi -itell 'ctual
and selentifirnlly dl-ve'lI ~I c.'.c rol;
endure and iiil.tier thri.i TIle etuil-
neeing( Akill anfd <>nt,ti ii se' one-"lty
to cpoiitrnl tlhe' I nni:;I I t'"* o frmc, the
polle-, Ltore I ti,*' nnttr i ;,lid I t, n1 11 ih
tho usoin|nq o Ir ll, t.f liwuie c.tla
w >11i:4l rc-luilre k'le-mitli. kn iw'l c a : be-
yoind thit lN.440fseto t.i l o it tlin artei -
r 'it lv 'tr n I *'nl ', I i i ,- *ir "

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(Ie tI a I ; I '**111 i t S '* I '. I .II 1
l Iu l f \i'1 ',I 1 1 '.f i <, *1
n:tl l'e I e l I tit,
gre.1ter I teo ;.-*e of l. t -i *i I le-iri
itltelli; 'fe C e w i,!0 I.-- 1 A. I thie
reruilnr lpr'tew'c **ef t lr' 'hi.>ut'e t ool
raniris tlint It IIhas erv'i r l--'n I1twe ltxl.-
of Iinrllctunl life
Sc lkntl, eeptive rtate on this n ulpeert. They
are not nady to admit tlat the e~-i't-
ene of Itf(e ( tiht llantt Jas Iee'nl
proved. They do not deny It lt ,:ill
for greater ,rouof than a IlIt:u' :l,;e IIH'-
ory. Among otbers than -wirnftLti
there hi ia l I mlin a dliqljn li ,n not
to accept the Martiln lhinor life
thery or the theory of life on .my of
the tboumamil of spheres thaut wheel
and' listen in illimitable spna'e. They
aeem to tblak that such a theory cm-
Ik-ts with religion and dwarfs man
and his Imlportane In the rbchnl e of
creation.
This seem to be a very narrow iew
to t'ke. snce It anlparn to mct Ilrundn
uipo (the Infinite power and ,rr-,tive
desires ,f the Anlmighlty. wrhce4 r.r.rt
cbeme of n'ortalt ani I mn r rial IIre is
not neceisuanmry conflrn'd to n :in,.le
planet or tIt few billlions of hulmni:.
beings i h,, sire Irnm ant die Iliupmn t.
As tn ndw-irtir ttie Imllllrt.iance "f IIman.
a f.w bi!ll'uti mnlre' atiihliil tl th' lhi.-
lions 9n earth would make little diffe:-
ence. Man ti at lest a tnill anti In-
siglnifleint ctvr lure, itut If alil a'll-r:
Ing wlsdom. pame,'r anmd lee'. ta*iL'e ,
Ileltous note tf hium it wlthl Ie tlihiit-
Ing those nfiflnite ol lt ie to any tlht
one planet rtunt Ie hib alhidlng |l:h'e.
There'foro, trw cillrtinle of Ih111mn11 In-
tellipeic'e in M.irn or any other ilnnet
of tIl iFola Ur s,'stalHll or tiH' ctlher rre'at
syettms Int remote slpnotc shliul LIe
purely and silnly n mi-tetit re onei. Ito
be accepted a% titre only ihein lr,r,'l..
bat not to he rJ'l-tetrl tlin,.ut! senti-
mept or fr iny u ,thr rrntwnn w !iiatef er
except lack o f pre-tf !. I,"ul .. t.r1


An Oriental Blessing.
-t we-Il Luiiew trviora.'.onitrtlr' tren
('hott. w-lo' %%:I-. a g'ftl at at %'.l'ld1t4 ,'n
tit :. ea41Lsital f-ity. s\1 '.t'rie lie-cl :: ftar
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Typewriter ribbono for tile rx Ibi"
utfce The 'est sin the market. Only
--e'.ntoirfive eli-ntq. All colors and Otb
i,. on %11 tanilard mar-hlnee


In the i'ireuit cui'.rt. Fighth Juhii-ia (ioetiol
12K tit '.I Iior 11I, E% 5 Itw L.
0'6-.r %V -*I'A"*' I~ee`;%oIA 1.1 C.
I "h om a t a i 4 .,r t i rc a e I ".it i' e i e '
$I earn i"" nio; t'r Anidaliil io I fledir i t 1)OIr toll
tlied In the utv'se %viste.! !emumetAte I Tit, ILo
t r- I r e .'I-anea% *amii itwi an I tiIr h .I ru
P&A.I Am '. b. d tho Clipre thirr n mn d
I.** nflm-remiien-t, Is t too e u-t F .. I( agF-a
I'.it the. defeiodeki, Them %% Ia- re:Jiess
*ef .Vh,. crrbro. u .1 rg tI c'c'fe,~I rw'ants
lot Xr.,tivernio, Arsi rd tnp elCtoot-iesim
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The Long Distance System


One of the most valuable features operating In various sections of the
of oer service, to our subscr bers and country, are uniform In their equip
Sto the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of ope.
tion with the extensive long distance !ting.
lines of the A -erican Telephone and Only by rsaaon of this close traffic
Telegraph Co'npany and the other as arrangement between the Bell Tele-
.or.ited Bell Telephone companies. phore companies is it possible to go to
We own thousands of miles of long a Bell Telephone almost anywhere,
distance lines in the use~n States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put In
which we operate and in additicjn cin communication with almost any paint
nr'ect jany telephone in our system r. the c. unti
with lines extending to any other city Thisr vt network of wires, radial-
in which a Bell Telephone system is Ing throughout the nation, is used
l. stated daily in commerce and for social pur


These long dritac. ....s, are of the
moht modern and improved construc-


I .sa by the banKer, the farmer ann
S.- s ir, all walj s of life and our


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THE 1IAIIl SUN1; GIAINNESVILI. FiPRI) MAY It.191. 11)


GAINESVILLE,
Un- itE -

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Tu o f- "llsc-r manufa~tc~tcriii-t
rive fire Inmurance age-ncies.
TA ollery and tfed stables.
El'.. : I.I-,' t: 1I 1,1i-k.et Vf ( toty.
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I'ri ir 1 11, l, \il ? M ill l;.":>p. r W ar
r. i s ( *'a' t. anit la nke % 1.111ii. all of
Ahich iar. r, ae li d by 1:.atc (conlvy-
.;,rii, I'.ark Stock Fa.Irn. Ithe largest
and ffl"est li\ v tuck farm in th,' St.T',
iy ighlt nifles I4 It i of the (cit
and Is reached by a good hard road,
affordinK a most pleasant drive.
I' l ftarmurs rsu Ala !:ua county, of
which Gailne ille is thr county seat,
"P" v -it h me1 anid board at the same
Face'." The.' to nilratur is very uni-
lrm,. scarct-ly etr reaching the nije-
ties in suiiminir or the twenties in
winter. The population of Gainesville
is about eight thousand. represenitiig
Larly every nationality on the fa( u
of the earth, and strangers always
meet with a hearty we.,lmue.
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. (;aiti'sillle has so many things
*' ", -, arilnned if we omit
a te( oit them in the following enumer-
ation of what
Gainesville Haa:
One artist.
No saloons.
One giragi.
Four iti. I-.
Four li;aik .
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WINECARU
OF CARD *
1, -, r -gh r! el to tou:.An~s C-1
ot: -r L.kiOmenC. 5 shy nA to
y, ? o Fr hearache. b..ckache.
pcr.~ pa::J. 1 %bie :ek-
ne s. many avc zali it L b"the
boet medicine I., Like" Try it I
S~lanthSn %City_,s


PIANOS


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Ji KSoliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
' distributing votes I
Wlt_,, qvlwlw-OO e .l :


Total Cash Value, $1,000.00




To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The


Sun to Citizens of Alachua Couty!
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Is oodesired by the Presrieterl of


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Eastern and Southern Section ill coprise territory from Fair-
astern and Southen Section nks n ll oints at ani from Ro-
lielle all pointsl-outli-Wallo, Hlawtlhor, I.-mall (i;rove, (t'aipwille,. Micanopy,
Lake \iew. Ta.in.a ailil poIints along lint.e of T. & .1. Hy. INKE I'IANO.


Western and Northern Section "'i" omr"i'r' all statiois fro I,
li.gi, t,, I Sli.Ii aig'=. 'l'ruiTeton,
\\' nl i,,., \ iil<',\, !; 1e., N ,' \ '! ,i; .l ti, -.-vill,. A r. el r .." .l alt -.ttl.inenit- l.y t! :- 're.i. I .\ I'l.\ NI I

w and Wh e o e Where Votes May Be Cast
How and W here to Get IIallot t k.. All be found in tbe establl.h
rfil-nt. "f i i I r l.'. i- ,"!! i *' P a lli at it,
A s S uti n \ iti* t i .t .I '. t 1 1 t1 1 I i n t I I I '*r'# 6
S.. ,*.,t I-,i,,iram i.t of The' Sun.
V U wo tii.k,. *i l .. l e .t- l.-.
f ir .l' i .; e I : t. t I bi l *.. *1- I". i
T. li. f
G .' F. r C n'. FS.. Rules and Regulations
P i fp & MI r,& C C'ctn j ,' ,d.j Fu'i'. ;,rigs.
C., L *d r .it C' P ..- J H.. jre I I. ,t I l ie 11 to ariyne' e Iling i
.M s T AI.-6 l .i V.> .> ii.ni -uIU isLu kniownu by the- ((llloid O r
M1 rs F T. P / Crrn L. f 'i very.
SI I ,,. t ,,r .i.,hi-d for by b.i.me rt pulable
W. M Jc( '.-i. DTOri.'js .'' d M .(' .ines. Ip,, I t, the m well kiown.
L. C. S .* bn es and J ~ery. 7 c,, ti., tta. t .e oar r .lll of the pr>-
\rI R Vi, '. i C ry CL- s .ir.l No',on. Il: tI- i IIri .tl,\' ln', l s. li ll .il.* e.lK t lhI le L)
Saunde's a Earie, Grocere and Feed Stufs. I. n t i- i i I ad ,i ll pat11 --s le
Cty vBjecy. Bread and Pastry. i iiil.nr
: In th** '1 l t t of a nit-utniTrsta ndl nya Iftworn
P. Y. S& tn. Fresh Meats. i<. l thl-ti or othr lit a nil- iter.id n thiA touwet l.
(.&Id I el itt etr othi- r., lititri.t--t-d lit t hi..- r iu te til.
Crawford & Davis. Livery and Sale Stables. a.ucth i.,ru\lr-.y mUy be refefrrnd to the con-
Tte S.an Printing and Publishing. dlil ,,r of '',it' I., io alone are the persons
T, er Brn House. Meals and Lodging. Qyulitfld to, resider ddecibood.
N. Franrc co, Banana House, Fruits. Etc. 4 li the eva'lt a candidate decJdesa W with-
S.. C. d. draw fr,in lthe r;t i.. ru<'h candidate will not be
Edd rs Mf. Co.. Lumber and Buideng Material. alloul to trlani-f r %o(e to the credit of another
Standard Fertiiizer Co.. Fert.iirers. candidate in the c.OtsL



THI-E DDAILY7 STTI
i J!, cl.l llilr Nr 'l I .M I rlillT
$1 25 Thrnt molntLs' ubscrprloitioi .. ................ 500 votes 700 vote
I :,0 S x i t ib riponl. ..... ......... 1,200 voLe. 1,500 vote
0 0: ;, sls i; l ........ 3.500 votes 4,.00 vt
"; ., ( !,. I (i.' .i.. ,, : j ) 'i .'), 0 v e 3 ,.000 vutc
F tl : :: '. ) 3'J), ) vut.-S 3,.000 vo'.te


THE SEMII-WEEKLY SUN
$1 0 01.J Oi ',vAt'b llu lB iilpti .. .................. 00 votk
For & a;,lb of fivc e-\rlar subll.criplici, ..... ... ................ ....5,000 vote
Le,.-r. ,- I,,. ii1at ui I ,' I 1. llil,'er ,of c( lilu ,- iAhu'I ('e ite-talit lilAY c ire'.


D


Each Section Gets a Prize!

Contest to Cloe August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business houses
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianoe and One
Iiallond Ring to residents of Alaclua county in three different section. These
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
The pianos will he purvlased from the A. R. Harper Piano Co., Jacksonville.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respect there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

T insille S tion "'"ill e rce the city and suburb and be con-
Stiinsvfined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The wiinner in thlii district will Ife awarded a IANIDS(OME DI)AMONI) RINO.


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ts N* appMwed and W* Is.


e nle o i ote the

Typepwriters to rent. W. I. Denham
sead Harrold that order today for
ar choke fresh naeats.
Coop of hae fat Ioas for today's
rade. saudern & EaCrle.
Miss Hattle English of Tacoma Is
iomg twh visitors to the city.
Sour piekles il bulk-very o A and
Ji opemod. laanders arle.
Five or dos e *fd will care any
-Me a Chll and PeIve. Price t5c.
Ptt meakerel -eather fresh kit
Sthe trade today. Sauders &

7raak Melavi d of ostoeha was
Wacuwg .business. in the city yes-
tASBy.
e cream and cake will be served
shi aftsemoa at Woman's m bhan
Mn aM ael soare.
Mug I yew' easpeu by 7 "elask
O -eeing ad try be te gold"
lrMO. Phor me.s
a. L W. Casea saa B. P. Will-
ma have gn to Jauomvllet for
a fm das n mutuaess.
Inal' CI1 Tt ie g uaramtd to
f lM, e~r, eesI m lrIpp.
imta e. eOM b W. M. JIebma
0 early ts eraftoe and me
M t goo tthea for sais at the
Wmi's *Exelas--Wilesa's old

Metric Theatib ebopeaed-stur-
a alht esly. Two howe-8 p.m.ar.d
* p. Ple 10 eIsMatse oa eater-

J IR Paser o oebele was n
lt elty yesterday. He A msupervior
Ofr esty roads ad Is workb g In the
IaCroamO seetio.
Mri M. Adamusm loft yesterday
9r Oleawoed adwill spend the ext
aeral weka is that seetloa visitlai
dlIatlve and frieM s.
P Baker. who operates a suc-
eaistal turpeatlae plat In the east-
a sectUo of the coa ty. arrived In
te dty yesterday to spend a few
days with his family.

Vagaries f a Cold.
TYo can never be rqute sure where
SeoM Il golng to hit you. In the fall
ad winter It may settle In the bowels.
gdmetnag severe pain. lu the sum-
Ir it may give you colic with diar-
vrea or summer complaint. M not
to alarmed nor torment yonraelf with
ars of appendicitis or Inlammation
af the bowel At the first sigli of th<-
mai or cramp take Perry Davis' Pain-
lller In warm. sweetened water and
rfeof will comie at once. There is but
em Palnkiller. Perry Davis'. It sa now
put up lna large 35e asie as well as
the regular Oc siae.


Screen Win.



dows and



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It is chelper to, buy creel
windows and ldoorI thai it
is to pay doctors' bills.
Fliou and Ilosquiitoes
bring fever ge'nnl il your
hoUdse, 0<> k'lep tlieIni out



kIcrSm ors fmcy andJ plah

-tae Screen Windows

Scru Widiw Frames

bIoc. irn ail Bahraied
Srum Wit

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LBAIR HARDWARE CO.


resh barred Irish potato chip* Just
arrived. launders & Earle
A. T. Kelley of Prairie Creek Aa%
a lator to the city yesterday.
The Woman's Exchange' will n.e
held tlis afternoon, tweigniig nt i'
o'clock. at Wilson'" old stl,r-.
I.rWtt's tLittle lrrly Rtliers. the
famous little liver |illsl. small. Irentle
and sure Bold by all drnlgi'is.
Capt. W. G. She h,'e of HiIgh
Springs arrived in the' ctt) yesterday.
having twen called here on liusine'ss.
.;e ne Y'I '*r. one of the tri rln(,.r of


UNION PICNIC EXCURSION.

Proved a Great success from Every
Standpoint Except Service.
The Atlantic C(',.oa- 1.ln. ,i p i:al for
Ilw 1 11itelim tllltei( l l4,1 l Ii 4 t ill ;,14 -


hIMMU' OF' T "TIl F:(CONDIIitON
-.WANTSll-


,,WANTS.. GrnVI NA"tan Buil


a prt Ice l -tict'ce, to f it e' a
ros~~ sii tha le ; eai 'Cr I W
t I it I re, sill~tlrr I~:

t ol n W id A 1 4,41 ill Vk 411:4
4 ale rued std) '.I pof m' (it otitit eI. 5 c
had 110 l1'-0.:.'e1t..: I 11eI -lift':I
Cit-ilt to)e bl lt' .
The Iri n t4 ir .e fit t,. I lip (i e :ji'.
rid o tI .t 'ato
car. bntIt I,,:. I Catch Inertkils but no ad%,,rt.c


t14 E % t Ret tIceti. a :n teI Iit mtil'a&:r -tIII, I
4au~~e'r Ii frl nd .4 fit thli' t it.%' t 01' 1* -. et

Col. 1. E. W~ebster of the 1)u~ttfol l aiciame- ar. III,- I.-


Phosphate Company left last night for
Ocala. having been called there on
t)u.11llt 4.1.
Better see about getting some of
that extra fne stall-fed beef today at
ilarrtid ':. lie can ilel ase'- ~ u ,ton lsl
aIest cuts.
There's nothing so good for a sore
throat as Dr. Tbomas' Electric Oil.
Cures it in a few hours. Relieves any
pala In any part.
electric Theatre opens Saturday
alght with two separate shows--R-p
m. and 9 p. a. Price of admisslot
10 cents to each show.
PFak Abrens, an old Galneavllt,
boy who is now residing la Georgia.
arrived in the city yesterday to lpend
a ahort while with relatives.
Miss IUla raier of Alachua, who
has bee teaching school at Antioch
for the past term, was among the
visitors to the cty yesterday.
H. C. Cato of High Springs arrived
nl the city yesterday. having been
summoned here on court matters. He
states that his section Is still needing
rata.
The Real Fruit PLAvors--Blue Rib
boa vanila sad lemon extracts are
made from the finest vanilla beans
and choicest lemons, and you get the
real fruit Ravors.
Mis Katherine Hampton of Gaines
ville, who has spent some time here.
as the guest of Miss Eleanor Cassid.
and Mis Elise Riles. left this morn
lag to visit friends at Ocala.--Me
tropolls. 6th.
Deputy Sherlff Bruton returned yes-
terday with Logan Hunt. whom he
arrested at Trenton. He is charged
lthb si'llng mortgaged proiwrty slid
'is cea.- will likely come up at thlr
nrnl of court.
Mrs. J. B. Padgett left )esterd.i'
for Fort Myers. where she goes as a
delegate to the State meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Methodist church which convenes at
that ,la* today .
J. C. Newhberry. fornerrl a prenii
ient citizeni of iigh 8priug- and aLn
'xtt'lc.ir e U:.tirc.u n uan of that paI;Ic
is among the \ ititr to the (it(\ li.
is tino enigage'd in uusiltines in I;i.11l
'lKllUti i hd It ,.l ,l- a-i '*l wh itli Il
1l4icat i i1
T. C. Iltrart. who tiha tl.-eii aIwt '*
lIg cOUft th* |'ir'-* l4 ( it k .1 .I il'.ii
r ,t- .ri ,n t o I, I I ii-' I i. % -t ri ..
-' te I tl; |11-' l'- i o ,-k I 1L, 5g 1 s
, mli t lf the ltrK t 'i *I i, li. t*
Pinlt i I Is .i; \, r
blrigh fior ig, d t' hI.-"


E ( l ite-r. |i i tale .-* r t.ai ,
Inite.d Slate'- S' .eator I' I I-'l.Ie,.,
i. htr- atlte-diglK th-e '.-IOi of itII.
circlut ('iLurt alid cl I.l llIK lj'- Ii1ilI I
OUs trieund.s 11 will r .ilI.ml iti tIh
: 'e tili ior l ab)lo'ie i t wt p .-e.k bf nr,
r. tttitfig to hili dult-e
S'r F It llridKge. I.ft '.tei, .d:\
-ir ..Mt IM.4.rT- r She. will IH- abt,'it
'r r tll,. UStt t.be'r.i da' : ;ied l g~*O
.Is a ; !l*'gate' frim Ithe. Fir. Ito1
1i-t ( iurch to te- State, im tingK
'hI \Woial .- Ml.h.ir S. ,i<,h I


which toiien'le there- tilIl.i
If r 4 lli c ','rit I.I,, g, I I 1 ll.' I
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al ,it (o 1 "1i *;i 'l liil I ( '* c 11 .
had I no idea Ih t Il'.' d.ii iand witlild
h' so great or they wonl'l ha;l' I-','!
acromnH date-d. The' iiiin cars w ithi
left here were' we-ll packed and Tick *t
Agent Goodwin suecee-hded in isshina
*;44 tickets. all that could be "'aqu'e-z
4A! iin" the coaches. every available'
:pare being taken up. Including Iplat
forms.
The day was an ideal one and with
all nature smiling upon the oc
casion It is regretted that accomnno-
datlon were not made for more Iwe*
plea ho desired to visit Interlachen
but preferred to stay at home rather
than be uncomfortably crowded.

Full line of all vegetables In se ason
for the trade today. letter gille us
the or(;.r. for we can plea uu all
around. J. G. liarrold.
Mrs. J. F. Iunch has gone Lo Fort
White. 1Sr h 'e p'c for the next htwe'ral days visiting her
father and oit l -r relatilvt..
Help out that Sunda. dinner and
that Sunda) night supper with somei
of the gKond things to be found at 'e,
Woman i 'chang;' this afternoon.
A. R. HarlPr. sho has Ix-en here
for the i a 1ps two dads arranging for
his new store in the Itaird blohk. left
)estetrda) for Jacksonville. III. ill
return to tith city about the' rfrst ol
the we k.
Five-room cottage to rent on blcwk
adjoining square. formerly occupile
by W. L. LeGran4e; city wa. r. it.-c
tric lights. seewerage. bath. ai-d al'
modern conveuienlce. Apply to Mrs
H. H. McCreary or Sun olfice.
Jo.si IKttgihtre.'. a forunir (Gaint s
Slill tIo) w li h i. now i, t''plilol .it
Iliirn, tts i.ke'. wa as a i-itor tUo I:'-
cit. e t.terdal lH!' has Lstweii trails
tefrre d from thi- i|oiilt to Worthniia
I(tIn alid Awill ;a-i. slIre i- Ini'w Itil l-
'.Imlldul
I r. it. %1 T'tI' iiCi o "f i.i. G .I i-.
turin di to bi, hoi 'e m*-l*'.t'r a1te'
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THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS
.


iiiw taiit If,,'or !I't t -,1, 23 cents :
worda n,'tkq, laHite, to fr.it !'Je. 11c1 7
every wor t',r Ic'''eeah i.lx c-., j'it c
a" tadd!tin at "ti1m CA.H II- aI '
mw t a( (Er11np.rv a"' tr':er- t t I -or
ticni In tlIs clo>un .


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FOn RENT.


TO) ;l.NT --* r-mn rtt.ir.,. -<' in
InquTirl Tlegra:; h ooff, c.

I Ht II ENT Furnished r-",nii with la
btle Im lrd. "Apply il r. G-.' F'. ReIeld.
10 H Court stret.

FOR RENT-One six-room and tkwo
five roin cottates in South (aines"-
ville. Apply to Coffin Factory office

FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
'block next to square: city .ater
electric lights. bath room and '
modern conveniences. Apply at thi-
office.

MEDICAL.

QUICK RESTORATIVE for loht man
hood. Satisfact ion guaranteed or
money refunded; 50c per bottle
Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Death of Mrs. Elmre.
News was received in the city Fri
day of the- death of MlrA. F. II. Elnioie
which xocurrd at her home in Jack
son llie after an illne-o of about two(
wes k She. was a vounl and Pwf-t
woman aindl wa wtell known here by
a numtin r of fri-nds ho w ill beI d'eep
I1 gri.~\e-d ;t her d, nri e

lloar.ene.ss. bronchitis ain o*her
throat troubles aret quickly urgedd by
Foley's Honey and Tar a- it soothe'.
a:id heals the inflaned throat and
t-ronchlal tute.s and the niost obsti-
nate cough aisapllears. Insist ul|Hn
having the genuine Viulc)y'a Honey and
Tar. J. W. McCollum &t Co.

The want ads. do more real estate
rusalon.s than all olher brokers cou,
oined in fact. they '"bsrt"' uios )


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Cnrm .d Bridge Work
A ~lpeeiatv.


SOPAINLESS EXTRACTION..
Phone Si.


tib business that tte brokers E W -
nas t .' 6EO. W. DAVE tPOT


-MRS. McCORMICK'S-- I and ORGAN

MILLWNERY ART SCHOOL Tuner and Rebuilder


NAt Mr. McCcrmI\ M\ny Par iA
At Mrs. McCcrmick's Mai;,nery Par i'.-t 'i..'-. ., ., .,,. A .


lors. West Side Court House
Square. Gainesville. Florida.

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ITS FRESH EVERY DAY!

The'l readl 'P- aindl Cake % ou
e at .ihoulil be icfritrl .m, T'he
fllt .-it flaiar, in xiled ilth li, re
rich Inlk and bakedl in the
"purity fi -hii make' our
Kg',>d tlher tlo.-t cI.llt i1 U.4 It is
I..'Ih1i1e to produ ,


KEYSTONE BAKERY
Phone 165. R. T. Schafer. Proo
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illetir ti-eLth e'xaniiiii'c al .elc -, h-tarp'i itel
tee r-. dressed dielA11 LmIe, 5rtipc etimt-
tult off mud d'tca? c-el liii 11r. e' trate't e'e
lOffIve-. Niagisiia. hbot.l Piile~z

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M. COHEN
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First National Bank


Established Over Twenty .ears

Established Over Twenty Years


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