Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01665
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01665
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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ru3IruII iu V JUVLA--

W.ENT FOR 20 y ""'0N-

Absence of Material Witnesses Caused Tis Action. ndnt il As- or N**

Other matters Before Cricult Court.

Court convened at 9 o'clock Wed-
neday morning. His Honor Judge J.
T. Wills presiding. State's Attorney
Rivers, 8heriff P. 0. Ramsey. Clerk
8. H. Wienges and other court offi-
elals In their respective positlaon.
Pete Pleming. who was Indicted for
grad larceny, formerly arraigned
and plead not guilty, withdrew his
plea and plead guilty of petit larceny.
vwhch plea was accepted by the
Murder Case Centiwed.
The case of State v. D. M. David-
Son a J. M. Kelley. murder. was
continued utll the Arst Monday In
June, owing to absence of material
witnesses for the defense.
Case of State vs. Duncan Jordan,
murder. wa also continued until the
trst Monday In June.
Cae of State vs. Wes Bdle, selling
liquor, continued to Monday. June 7.
2 p. m.
Stae vs. Moore Wright. assault
with intent 'to harder, continued for
the term.
State vs. Jimmie Lang. selling
liquor. a nol proms was ordered.
State vs. Luter Dansby. sellinJg
liquor. placed on absentee docket.
State vs. Sam Williams. selling
liquor. continued for term on account
of Illness of defendant.
State ve. lewls Martin. Cronia Mar.
tin and George Powers. rape. con-
tinued to June 10th.
State v.*. (;eorge Power<. ast',.lt
v. th Intent to rape, continued until
.IAne t1th.
At 11 o'clock the juror.; were ex-
4 "'s'd u. :!.' a ,. In
Pete Fleming Sentenced.
PIeter Flenaing. ewtit larct-n.. was
*nteunced to Ilay $1'10 and (st ,r (r
-i\ months at hard lahwir in the coun-
t. jail.
(' urt took a r.eT.-rs itil 'o <'lck.
Afternoon Session.
Court coniavened at 2 o'clock in the
* iy. arraiga d ;aild i'l .dl not guilty.
li.,a Lismnore. wife of Olithia s-
i.i re. was indicaite-d jointly uloon the.

:Il. (a.h ra'.-. hiaul fiailhiei lit 7 i~i|p-ar.
I r lind a% at ordered estreate'd and
; ( .pias Ia<-ta-d
In cas*ei of State %. I. J J Knuight
Srliainal tr.-rpluia ald lar(ent. the'
State announcelltl d read 'i i11 r "it|. '
the' absence of witnetll's- the ca.se-
was continued until Thursday. .IJ:n

10th. and defendant was required to
give appearance bond In the sum of
Case of State vs. John Hall. selling
liquor, nol prossed and awtnec'es dis-
State vs. Dick Cathcart. assault
with intent to murder, continued for
the term.
Case of State vs. W. 0. 8behee. sell-
ign liquor, was continued by auggee-
Uon of Attorney for the State until
next term.
A motion for arrest i Judgment
and new trial nl the case of Wm. A.
Bexley and Truby Osteen. convicted
of manslaughter, was spread upon
the docket by Attorney W. S. lroome.
and will be argued later.
The clerk was instructed to isue
a ventre of twelve from the body of
the county to serve as a regular panel
for the coming week. said venire re-
turnable Monday at 2 p. m.
The court announced that the form-w
er order for continuance In cane
of State vs. Lewis Martin. Cronin
Martin and George Powers. raew. to
June 10. would be rescinded, as de-
fendants appeared desirous of an Im-
mediate trial. State Attorney Rivers
was Instructed to have the defendants
and witnesses in court at $ o'clock
Thursday morning.

The Jackseville Primary.
first irinary for nomination of clk
officials occurred yesterday. For
mayor G(o. 'T. Christie received 301.
\. 8. Jordan. 1.40l. and W. H. 8e-
lringa l.14. .MesI- t. Jordan and
Sehring ill go Into thle reconid prl-
G. 1). Acke.rly for recorder and Alex-
ander Ray for treasurer had no opp)o-
-it ,i.
For comptroller J. II. I)udge r-ceiiv-
ed 1.111. E A. EK he" :;9.. T.
(;reg r. 1.:.!*;:* .
Tlhe r.iac for the nmriiiiij al judge

i'ri'~t: :(r l h-f T r" A 0 ,, frI and
'tharl.-s ID. Abls'tt. Th. 'ote fsr thO e

f\.- c;andidat;le in this race wp.a as h1l1
Iso, \ Wriht. Li,;*. C' I Abittt.
*;-'l. \d M% Ihidl'y. :,s)% T ('ot s,
IL.,. and Jermie' C Andre u. u.2';-.

In the city marshal's race "t'.ip'
Ikoluglas.h c(iic.s out again in the' lead.
hut he' will hae' to cntole-t the lionor
with Flll Haddock lit a e('ctnd lpri

Sun "Wast" aa. brine results.

Man Confined for Safe-

Keeping Commits Suicide

f)'A 'A aAt
'. t.rs uo ,aa.. aa

$i etla

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S I- cc elar a rI a r #A
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S on Orcund That Jury Was Not
Peporly Olarded.

FL.SHING(;.. N .. May 12. Capt.
I:alnes was convicted of manaslaugh-
ter In the first degree, a crime for
the Iunishment of which the nU.il-
mum penalty sla mprisonment for
twenty years. for killing William
E. Annil at the Hay Shore Yacht Club
last summer.
Quickly following the young army
offer's conviction his counsel an-
nounced that they wood produce aft-
davlts to show that the jury. had not
been properly guarded d4la g the
trial and upon this allegael will
urge that a new trial be granted.
Thee affidavits will be submitted
on Monday. the time set for pansing
sentence and for any motions that
the defendant's counsel desires to
make. There will. of course. be the
usual motions to set aside the ver-
dict as against the weight of evi.
dence and contrary to law. but the
unguarded jury feature is the only de-
imrture from the stereotyped proceed-
ure looking to a new trial.



Senator Sloan Introduced Iob tant I
TwM -


Jraruwry Pti~bfU Da d.

nthcus!oln g
IChCM a r
terday 's se~. My 1a .--Much rbeolutions from Jacksonille pr
nothing of grullad n at yes.- ng against the bill.
done. 'he Senate. bnt Among the mot Iurfbt b
The Beard statut*"tnce was introduced were two b hr to
measure was lndeLnttel> dmoan.oneof wid&l -ea os .
after having occupied a pipbbltion alty from ten trs to ~ Lr .
calendar as a special order foted. napping, and te other -reyw. d0
al week. the State shall, where e m o 6
Senator Heard had been pushing ltconvict has ba eem b d m "
along a few days every e th e pay the famly emI af t
date for the special order arrived, teim s ek convieL
and today once again moved to set boLg. Nfo. 5 Ces lUt Ab
It for Thursday. *Y for t brenn f
Some of the members :a!d they "'ely p gespaei
were tired of keeping t on the cal- With the add-
endar. and as be was not willing to accepting the jepen
discuss it at the time a motion to ternal improvement To
Indeafltely postpone was made and 1ng Comlmasdoo repeat
carried. the Hose It is probable
Senator Bard protested. staUng ter has been a tle a r
that be wanted to discuss the mess- body s eame rned.
ure at a later date. The Hoem ale rAefue tWo h
Senator HBekman opposed the spread upon the jorar aS semin-
Beard pilotage bill. and that measure catin frem W. S. Je.lap rltl g
was also killed by being nl4delitely statements mader by ate
postponed. MaeWlliam It his -m llty ro
Mr. Baekman had many letters and a few days ago

WALDOI May 12.-Messrs. loothby
and son. contractors, are at work d at Wlllltml.
tearing away portions of the old Uttio Iard. the eighteea-emothb
Renault House. putting new sills and, ol s q f Mr. and Mrs. M. H. DeW
roof and remodeling it into a fine Lan, was take from his earthly
residence. An occupant has already bomue by iml that doet all tlhgs
engaged it. well. Monday evening. May 3rd, at
Postmaster Atwater was ta';e'n iu ,- 4 o'*"l'k
denly IIl Tuemlay with acutL Indige The little fellow was stricken wth
tion ahile in the postoffce. and but cholers inuanturn about four weeks be-
:or thte timely uinitratlons of fore ?T.i death. aud. although he was
Sr. aoria. iuould apparently have attended by the best physicians that
,lt-d. ie' Iisi lit e*nti.ily recovered could Pe had. and tenderly nursed by
..t hl. i.rltaan. one of the mot attentive and most
IL C. Doane has moved his store effcient nursea. Miss SImpeon of
into the Hicks bIillding and in trying (:l'inesnllle. be gradually grew wea.-
tou tell out his bui.ltnes... J. L. .il r until he mpecefully fell asleep.
;ad .:r N. Nal have mtudl their The funeral services were con uct-
. Ilr,. .~ itato) their owAi hrlk lbuild- ed by eRv. H. lIo of the Haptirt
mig .%a ateid I Mr l.kaiie' church and the rnin lla sweetly and
lr ..i..in. L'l.-e lM...I MSIS *..1. t r

1.% 111i4.4 a i tt ii ,' b e, -t I.4 i-t c imr
-W;I :rdia atad Smiaida .% &4i .I mAin ho
*r% ti-c. eIt) a..' ieat.lor. No-% Ilkarr.
k t 4te %.of Wli-uan rd liv% I1.
1-11 W Sc arke- A fles dintivr aas
r'#rel itt i(he church tia llSaterds).
All four di'.iaes ga' a' sc sltll-ist dma-
',aececo mlun iohaas ad-

(Aid Ilhaies anid Miss hlaaues of

Imitionufl. Je'rr.. iobLiumn

.Mts-.ses Price of .Melrome. Mr a
Adams of Orange lieKihts
White of Cedar Key were at
upon the quarterly meeting.
.lr.. i'Etents a daughter.
is Ill with fe',r.
Mr. ilendly and family
hotule after an absence of
wo.-ekhM :It point. here he'
eni1o) gin-anit oII the S 'abl
l.ine railroad
1Iu, !'llineu. aho ha.s 1)
lOnIK III1.- from l a chrlllul dis
' i re1ime'111 d lto I'va-to lo
!4 impi|roi' ic

4' I~ tiii ticil I, *11 ed eel t.
-a a'I oril I i f. a I to, 11a' ilt

; i Iof I I # I
'I I

.4, ,

and the'

and Mrr.
and Col.


are at
am eral

"appupritly reudred by the *I.
to eeqartet. A lr -- ear 4t
sorrewlag reiatvoe Mnd t M ft
!owed Ute Nttol h r k i g t e
ig-place and a W ,o
'*rted monad with heaMI .
Meward wv the ee a
Is medless to my tt $o
ME"t -mM --h A-r--_M-; b4E-- n
dearer for his bsavwif Mee. -
Heaves eear beus f b his da
May God comit al the e VaOeL

LlA a WaRt ad. amot it a rade

for something o e d,1
A title want ad. will aeg Mtp
lig r1smlts

Men Lose Lives

When Launch Went Down


per*oun are missing and

asi L.li. id to
when a gasoline
middle of the
tchboenmville. four
burg. last aight.
pallt of 01te. hat
to ha'e em<' aped.

hate Oe
Of the
ony ten
The m

1.--TwentyI ham. the pilot, and one of those wh
all of them is ialslng. Is said to have repld
:r-u durorud that it was ale enough all rt. as
sank In the be had had tweaty-sevem persons st
river near it the night before. No me was
haolw Pitt. said about the load. but when te
thirty occu- boat reahebed the middle of the
m are known stream, where the water is perhaps
Irlina twenty feet deep, the boat sa-dely

has had AIbinrt (;raham4. plol and part sank
.ard Air owner of the Iiboat. (;eo(rxe' Thomailsun. There was no exploilm., o leak
fornierls of Altootia. Pa., lluaus was sprung. but the boat simply
n Ill a t No l Jalet ('Conlnor. Walter ow. sank beneath the weglb it bad bee
'ae'. haN T1iac.na. Keann-eds. William (Gutbre. tearing and went to the bottom. As
Iat and I', rr' I'm 14 I l.niiira. .Murilh.i. To, r iit satk It caued a uetiona which teb
1,11. I I;,ollt'-ial A'illiamn li asis. rI ai. of them down with it. Others
K f I Ithe I .. llllilan Iturke. Iaw .lit!h inid to swim ashore, but were
r ln *f *. e.- ..r i 11111.'l h t- HIusnev. and 1, illd l y the cold water and be-
ShI,1 I 1. l.1 v I sii..rei t hl\e In't iln. e.ixhaute.d before. reaching the
oI Th|- i I her Tao of the umtn Who saved
,r Idull \ll *,,n w r. ,iipli\'. o Ii l ,. ,. I cs a er'r brothl ers of enry
I i. I a, i ',,i; 1. it i l" -II al, h as drown ed
.it It. K. I: L i !. .' I. l cil It I I i I IIIJ llIhgll t Ii ai s c(', r tal n that all
.,,,, ; '' for lnt 11,- iii ni i lere dro uned and
1 I a I l I d t l I i 0 1\ id Ithr lI-r a ll IH. twra t)-
i. r. .. i at if t e-til, as first .s at

S. . ..l tl e r for help.
.? f I I ,i ., r ft a ,, -.aI .. ,,< *Ii l.lt I
,f I. lat i a r if eIlell he put
I A1i : I t iw l. thers held to

i r 1 t i eks a id aas sav-
S I 11 ', til 1 et e orf the
I ;: t 1 t I + 1 .,

a ** eaut. Sld by W. IL JeLasm.

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TMg Is a strea probability that
i m- e S i ad 10 ver the Atlantri
Sv-e Uni Ul be res s Su aday.
tio IMte r panrt 6 the

t A g.M wmbr 61 the edtlms of
Oa k wsow thM service

OWa OL ta --' Pup teat thisrr
es h m eM bes od they be
gen a atw rMte o te mrMM tl
*1 ^Mr. Wfl 11 (t 6
t* ,Welu Iylu et

MO L e. LAN sh aG- t aid
tiellm tL e a s so e os -o
M beftL f lM- I M eme "

Odi nkm.el at111- oe'im-m

e "m -t Aew ml

ta o sos olo m oly sun bMadt
I ego

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ofrA S110 o,

ir4 WIeUr. tat ap. p. I te
rst4 0 e411aa e11es

Yut cir4w aft th bet itbe
*%on me of me

*1-M-t e( ttlpaaaa
mw ag amtr s a

If d p sssd by al I am. 1t
SIWn dse. It es be .a
G"Mlp smile. So wo b hoeer, bo
fl owbowIn I" em MtMode.
te nSmmamnlty. the
e a aem tO the adf b be la g as

ieag li se M Is o e to be appre
TOd ead hoa, by all means. be
AId thyaam advantage of. Its mem-
Iursh Is ea Ies to say who care to
Sob or to a who are interested ai
is movement for sa only self. but
phlathroplc Improvemnet. While
W^ bet ghrogghly Imbibe of its good.
i1 aofe ees, study. at the mam
e es amM MWd indeed must. an
e mater of asorptlos n. Improve
Sad derite Istaig beneut from as.
gg n with seh a society. All
w'o uites ed a Ita session enjoyed
-4 aa very proetable but delight

The loarter baety of the hostess*
Mades bhme was eahaseed by the
eUmaUat oO beastifUl pleats and
GPw., sad a wMe welcome greeted
l whe ee. A sweet norse was
served, ad to the health of all, re-
fTesbiag pesb was drank.
The Gllowlag program was reader.

Plao alo, "The wallow"-Mss
Se-e l A- desos.
Teoa Sels- "Good-bye., sweetheart.
Geid-be"-Mise Alma Feaell.
"Our Cirle. Its Object and Aim -
Ms U. C. pmespr.
Vocal solo. "Good-niht. Beloved.
QiAalgk"-Dr. .oo. Waldo.
oigraphy of Chopla-Mi- Myrtnk
Netarne Chopin-NMi Alam F e-

etiy. "Tbe Origin of Music"- Mil
Dessie Anderson
VeT l 0ole "Stla Me to leep"--
iNr. J. rutch.

r 01AOASH-Nhetl4is CAPUDINLg
WbeMt oem e bws m bL s

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w a..s. .e.M-d wl

mw me ad4 1m e smm






It iill oolll vR 'ltiol1
tivile, o)yu Ol letter book
ivfer yoor oultIA andmPee
.ltat cau rrety4l. e (ar'y
tile 1cwt, complete tit, ek of

FiahinF lie'kcie iii
tion of thee :tate.

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Wheff i d IGU m

e wi metse= 4 A

t fr tembers win b o eMd t
Its ety JleS a-11 h. luelrive.
AN aMpllsmta are expected to be
o bead at I8 I with a sppy of
hl eap ppe" mad other writing
aterlils asoe a eertlate of moral
ehuclmer amd a6e d 81. WIdt. ap
prmaI wil aMbemte the old se
lary tal t& an d elonrd at the
Untes Amdemy. The followng Is a
Iet f test-books:
OrtLnMIrpy-Reedm' Word lamso
(2tc, Maryard. Merrtll & Co., New
u :It--ems-ts0 of 1 agish
Ci---iLe, by Oardfier. KIttredge
i Arme (I1), Olna & Co., Atlanta.
NUd -Amy standard author wilU
mat" r.
Arlthmetle-MUe's Staadard (U5c).
Anilame BDeok Cmpmny, Atlama.
leala Orammr-lawton B.
ITvass (W4), American Book Com-
lorida History-Brevard Iten.
mtt's (4e). American Iook Com-
Itay, d Fnalrbank's, H. & W. I.
Drew Co., Jacksomville. Fia.
U. 8. History-Fleld's Grammar
School (1 ). American Hook Co.
Geaoraphy-Redway's Natural Ad-
vanced, (81.25). American book Com-
Pkhylolgy-Coleman's Elements of
(Mc), The Macmillan Co., Atlanta.
Civil (overninmnt-Yocuma' Civil
Government of Florida and the 'ni-
ted Statet (1)S. E. 0 Palnter Co.
I)ealnd. in. and flot (iton' School,4
Civies 4(11,. cinn & Co
Algebra Miln. c Hligh School i*$1
American Book (Co
Physical Geograih) .'laury 8im-
oad's ($1.20). American kook Co.
Agriculture John Fredterick I)ug-
gar's fur Houthern Schools ti7.cr. The
MarmUlan C'ouiMny.
Theory and Pract ice-For all
grades-Classroom Management. by
Hagley l$1.2nl. The Macmillan Coi.
|py. J I,. KEILLEY.
County Sulirtantendent

A Happy Father
la soon turned to a sad one if he
has to walk the door every night ilth
a crying baby. MlcGee's lIaby Elilir
*illi aake the child wsell-- iethe It,
neresr luduc'. healthy, norlnul sluni
tw'r. lset for dlorde'red lbourli and
sour stlonacb -all t, ething bable,-
,ieed it. PI'lailia t to take. sure, al:J
aft'. contains no harmful drug.I
i'rlic 25 and 4) crieta it|r bottle, old
I y W. M. Johnson

If It' printed statUooney you waaL
The Sua o0I5 Ii the place to get It


The Daily ua.
$1.25. three montla becrlptijo.
old subsbersbera, votes; mew sub-
scrlber. 70 vote.
2.,. dsx mltbh' subscrptkon, ol
subscribers. 1.0 votes; new ab-
seribers, 1.5 votes.
$6. one year's subscrptl old sub
scriber, 3.5 votes; sew subecrib
ere, 4.5W votes.
Por a club of ie one-yer subecrtp-
toas (before 12 o'clock oon, Au.
It. 1M). old subsrlbers, 30.000
votes; ew subscribers, ,5.0e vote.
Ior a eub of tea sal-moeths' sub
scrlptions (before IS o'clock mool.
Aug. 18, 10), old sbecrlbers, M0,00
vote; *Aw ubcrtberm 15.00 vote.
There oo lmait to tbe onmber of
clubs eacWtotanut may secure.
The Semt-Weekly Smn.
$1. one year's subscriptilo. 500
Por a club of ve one-year ubacrlp-
tlons, 5.000 votes.
There Is no limit to the number
of club each contestant may secure.

Everybody Is likely to have kidney
and bladder trouble. In fact early
everybody has some trouble of this
kind. That is the reason why you so
ofte-n nhve paine In the hack and
groln, ralding sensation. urinary dis-
orders. etc.-that's your kidneys. The
best thing to do Is to get some of
DeWitt's Kidney and Iladder Pills
right away. Take them for a tf-w days
or a week or so and you will feel all
right. In this way, too. you will
award off d;angrout and po.siblel
serlous allmin !:. They ;Iare- itrfr(tl
harnil.e s, and ar'- niot only ant l-'itic.
lbut allay pain quickly by th,-ir Irop,
e*'iti's. S'elnd your nriali' to K. ('. IN
W\itt & Co.. Chic'ag(. for a fr,. teilal
ih.). The y ar- r s Ki.'t .
Taking Testimony.
Cotl Iolt K l: kla\i~i hia returnidtl
irviN .ia4 kloii il. nd w other ipoin -
w th r.' I!.a h.. I !. :4 r tlh* lpa-t i.e-
<-ral da. hnd l l. i ell.'; d til i lakitii
iPt 1tiioii1 t.fuore' At,.-iltaint I' S At
Iornle' G(;el'n ral (Cox iln :,, r.l \*r\
iniportant au*' rno% w wuilimil inIh t
court of claiu!' :.t \: a-hin-g'll *' Cait
(ox iaa also a imiittr hlerer' .-.t'r
day. but has goUet to Ktey WVest on
a sinmiar ilii-ult.onl

Has Purchaed Home.
M. Tucker, route agent for the
Southern zxpress Company. with
headquarters in thi city, has pur-
cha.swd a fliue home', the one formerly
owned b) Mrs Vai, Taylor on \\'st(
lMcCortick itr-ew. The bullJdniK i
A.i(YIu the' most re('enti y rt'co(pt rc't
ed In the city anId has all mniodern im-

A laxy ) ,l .er lerails t, chis ,i< l i,
Iwilsia anld and e to-l.ll tl n % w. ,k. ,- i I..
h i ,ile *'.bi t.-l I k au It, ule 1.
e,.lla Ip'r oN x i cr rr-cts the- li er. tole .
the stona'ach cure' c.oiustiliuatln

Want advertising is a force whlci
vou can harness, and witb which yoi
'am drive your plans aid purpose,
to aay daired destlmet*

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F. B. MYERS, Manar--

Don't be mied, for no)nW are
so good an this.

IMm- im tw


a 0 a Iuuvb.FridaI

We w ep iup It b bw I uuIs wa b Wilk
Iupif Mi md pAie uu1ldNOi-W. We m8iu
a mpi le Tua illpml, which ,u SMW emoh

tobekl Aer yew azes


Alachua Col
It. ('4 I. )N, Pr.-ient.

. .

unty ALstract
i C. i:O\. T .-

~ 4 .-Tnreas.

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Groceries and Grain

No Order Too Large

I ts.. 25 MIE.L E, F.OI

Here It Is!

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FMTE i &VI CES G., Neraal
14,i Ft i I1, lum. SFr

-A.m 9-.. ~.-w -'


oesnot Color tthe Hai
Se. V'aillinU flair An Clesant Drm
P-v.-l Dandruf Makes : fr Grow
Ad Wow Gi .Que. S aijhanh L' krkwa C Fk.'sin. ,am Up. AI
Wddgettug hA &cn mr cot b hi spar.

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TmI OO4g P5 ATIV 0mNTl-.

gu--elge Mess That Are In the
Pt e WhMl Will leem V*e .,
The heade.a piamo ad dilame d
rtfi to be lves away Ia tt C
Operaltve Contet will be the Igra-
nt distributloe of prile ever offered
It Alelhun comrty.
Partie trading with say of the ol-
lowlag store will be sive be vot
for every penny spent:
GalDnevllel Furniture Compae.
fi nilture; l'hlftr & Morris (on. l Mh
nl and furnlrhinge. Oasines-lll lHard
ware Co.. plumbing and Ihrdware;
Mrs. r. T. McCormick. fltllnery; W.
M. Johnson. drugs s a mn-dicines; I.
C. Bmlth. shoes ad jew~cIry; Mrs. R.
Wilson. dry goo& and notions; Saun
ders & Earle groceries and feed
touff,; City r:ker.',. read and Ipatry;
p. Y. melth. fresh meats; Crawford
&A Dtov. livery and sale stables; The
O-. prtntlng and publishing; The
Brown House. meaIs and loding; N.
Prrmaclco. 1Danaa House.fruts. etc.;
Wedina Mfg. Co.. lumber and building
material; Stadulard ertllaer Co..
Votes wll be given on all orders
for Job printlma at The Bua office.
Iad oo suberiptlons as follows:




Cc -1,





ach Week Shows Heavier Increase
in Numbers Po!!c!-A'I 8c-

tsors Very Active.

The \ '<' In t' (C ),, rai\ ('iC !-
rt .. lt v :r .ii.. t .t C tu \ t. k i it
ratty. l f t.td e t I I ing t I.kn It
the country ,lrt iiic( ts Is otlle- thing
i*henomenal It -,ha,,l that thI* r'an-!
didates are listing thilr friends as
to where to do their tr.idilia hren
they visit the city. for within the
past week the country vote has more
than doubled ly referring to the
advertisement elsewhere you will
ind a list of merchants who give
A large number of workers are
sending in clubs to The Sun and this
Is proving a rapid way for them to
advance, as during their spare time
at home they can work among their
friends, secure subscriptions. Job
work or advertising and It will all
emat handsomely. Notice the club
offers and iet up as many as you
Mis Mabel McCredle of Micanopy
again jumpa to Irst place and she
bas been followed by Missee English.
Hammond and Agnes Zetrouer, all
of whom polled big votes In the
Eastern section.
In the Western and Northirl: stec-
tions, MiM Annie Kirkland of Alach-
ua Is the present leader. but she ist
followed by good numbers. Mrs. Maid-
dox of Archer being a close second.
Miss Lucinda Bryant of Bell has
made a great gain during the week.
Following is the standing:
Oalneevlli-Central Section.
Aiss Jessie Evans .............341.91
iss Addle Goode ...........177.1040
Mlis Estelle Deal ............ 94..53
Miss Marguerite Iledet ter ... 79. b9.
Miss liesile Carver .......... .C.r6t;
bliss Nora Stall ........... 27.4-'.
llas Gertrude Harrod ....... 2.',.270
Miss Helen Holder .......... 13.92.
Mitas M.Sra Swearingen ....... 13l.213,
Miss Mary Fernandez .......7.7
Miss Illanche Thompson......7.77
Miss Aura M. Ltewis.....-..... 6.115
Miss Alice Schafer ........... 4.R55





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Flo Co.-OLY
mllt ; ORMAlld~t(
a wWe" j;r.* Ircd

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N. W. Taylor ...........
Mabel Williams.........
Mamie Crouch ..........
Grace HBllard ..........
Made McKay ..........
Willie Robertao........
PIaane Whiting ........
Eva Rauknigbt .........
Joanna Morris ..........
Ella Bailey ............
Bettle Gosu .............



Eastern and Southern District.
Miss Mabel McCredle. Micanopy 90.405
Miss lmrna McCredle. Micanopy 88.626
Miss Hattie English. Tacoma.. 80.435
Missl Rese Waits. Hawthorn..68.38:5
Mib., E:la Jolly. Orange Heights. 4.2.,',
Miss Agnes Zetrouer. Rochelle.23.225
Miss Pauline Carlton. Mica-
nopy ... ........... .. ... ... SO0
Miss Cordelia Crown. Rocky
Point ...................... 20,560
Miss iertie Shaw. Fairbanks...19.110
Miss Annie Lewis. Hawthorn. .17.535
Miss Pattie Zetrouer. Rochelle.. 16.8.fi-

Miss Emma Guthrie. Rochelle..
Miss Lula Perry. Rochelle.....
Miss Jewel Godwin. Hawthorn.
Mlisa Marcia Strickland. Waldo.
Miss Nellie Reeves. Micanopy..
Miss Mattle Jennings. Rochelle.
Miss LaVerne Robbitt. Micanopy
MiaK Emma Entenza. Waldo....
MSps Martie Chambtwlin. Mica-
n o iy ....... ................
M'l:i Meliua Maines. M. ite-
(c lia .. ............ ......
Nlis. Effhl Ti,. u K. ;.erl.;t, ..
Mibh Mary Hall. OraiiKe- lliKghts
\Mis W\ilhur Morris. Monteo(wha
lMi a~ Annile I'annoni. R. Point.
M1h1i (;,*orgia Snoswdeli. Hatchet
C'ree- .....
Mi- ';midalia Staf. Walhlo
\Mls M1 rtl. H- ltau oinl.d IaV-
t 'h 'le . .
Mi\.ss Mary IAouhse At(atcr.
W aldo .... .
is ,-Mamil. It.ailv. WVh .
li (;racih M4oore. Island
G rove .......................
Western and Northern Sectio

lMis. Annir Kirkland, Alachua
Mr-.. II NMaddcx. Archer
I i.i.- Iat I- l.udi iKn Tl'i a.o
! i.-h \.Vida itarroan. NIll.
li-i. Fallen It.illv. Arr,.dondo
MI .-. l.ucinda lir'ant. hell
MiS. Ekva 'o1werll. Alachua
Mihv. Koa Lee- itlh., High
SpringiK. ...
iMis, .Al'-ti Holly. Arredondo .
.Miss Iasle Avriett. Newberry
Mllgs Je'*el Stanlle'. Hague .
"MrI I Ware. IiiKh SprinKgs
Ml i. (ICl-m Picket t. Ne berry
SMis Eumama W'illiani.. Trenton
Mi*s Annier levilll. Arre-dondo
M i.s, Ada l'earc.'. Ne-h.rry
.Miss Malwl Ilurnett. la('roMse.
Misl Lula (. Ie.ll ......
\1.. .4 :A i,,n, Ns.. berry
m i\a (;critrud. (;uiil. 1ague'
M1lis Katih" Akiu. Arredcondo
Ii.s- ('lara Hilwilht. IKIgue
NIl I',earl Mcflcoid Alax Iua
\ )nI N.I LI. N ll l i. N '% ti.-irri
Irs J 'Parke r. I.aC'ron s
.I.-r Weilli- ;uba k a. 1ilyh
Hilir g. .


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A Living Skeleton
Is the faiial conditionn of any child
that ha. .owr if it lives. Think
of hatlinl mururthinl in your stomach
that rat, alil ,ou take. as nourishlaet
Niue-teuab: of the babies hate worms
maybe )ours has le curtail that
it hs not by giving it White's Cream
Veralfuge It cepela all worms Uad
is a tae for the haby. PIe re
eats. Sold by W. JeaaMes

Thomas Will Probably Pitch for the
Oak H!!" Team in the Fin-I
Contest Today.

TI fina.il 4 !,6, 1i I- ,i t ,' I lli
r -il., aI.d (t.. u.tu Hali;- H will i
:;'l;a \ i ti.;. Hit( 11 )0 1 at I II. h1.1li
.roti.idd ;aild a l:arrge att(i ,la i.< ,, I
% -( te'd to IN i wrese t.
For this name t'Catainl ".iand
(;raham li ha secured aq m3any of th.
old Oak Hall aggregation as he cNuld
get together and Is confident that )hi
has picked the winning tleamn. I,
may place Thomas In the bIsx to do
the throw|lg stunt for the l calr.
The U'nl erity bo)ys are In flne-
iractice. and halng taken the last
game from the Oak Halls In a walk.
they fee-I that It will be- easy work
for them In this contest. "Sandv"
thinks other lre. however, and asks
that a large crowd come out and re,'
what he and his men will d-' to them

in the game.
A small admission
charged. the. proceed
to assist the Athletic
the I'alversity. which
xreat deal in the way
(ainesville during the

fee will he
being devoted
Association of
has done a
of ad vert iing
Ipst season.

The line-up for the University will
tbe as fo4ows:
Moody. c; Taylor.E.. p; Hunter. let;
Price, 2nd; Itouls. as Langston. 3rd:
Itamburg. If; hands. W. A.. cf:
Davis. rf: Matthews and 0. Taylor


Committee Prom Legislature Arrived
for This Purpose Lait Night.
The committee appointed by the
IA>gisltature to nsplect the schools of
the State arrived last night and were
met at thea depot by a committee of
'*ltizeuns who had been on the look-
aut for them throughout the day.
The committee is composed of Sen-
%tors Itaker and 'rill and Iepresenta-
tlves Iiurance. Terrell. McKenzle and
Page and will be escorted today to
he University to make an ilipelwtion
of the grounds. buildings and work
litinIg acconpllimihed and a.Tr,'- upon
-uch recommendations as nmaI nieti
ttlh.it all'ro, val.
Th ',. will 1' *,h'. ls wn er rv ourt.-
,* 7.i. f'e-Il tli.it nrich ,exd will result
.roll the 1 lIial f thi. c >iulllite< .

Judge Mason Has Case.
S111iiI l li i illailoL c hil tiedi at*
I .j I, ht i ha t.dti rl.d :a id tri.-d IN
n li.! A c # t.|i'. ii : a h r. ,' (0*
;t' l' ilt o < ~( .Ille 4 eI a ;i ,a i, .' .uA -
'ine .l thn e i.-att l $10 ? x.r i- IISo n til
in thei (to1 itI KahiiK N"I t li; ilig ll'th
w lfereT itinh i lt i n I ,e.'irr-. ill lI*.
I Ir-'. ID l .

A Smile
Is a pretty hard thing to acepmpllsh
when you're blue. billious and out of
sorts. There is a sure cure for all
kluds of .toniach and lier complaints
constipation and d} pepla'ia. ItaJ-
lard's Ilerbine Is mild. yet absolutely
effective In all cases. Price 60 cents
I'r bottle. Bold by W. M. Johneos.

Ns, Ce is hereby givers tcredituor. Ie-
Ler-. dtoributn abd a&I erIoM h=av
e stIUa or 4emssads aaslM the este of
(barlesk Wtialm 4'base. dlee4med. to Surst
ibo, within (seu ra tu tbh uadeuigtsed or
uI I Wltamon for the ANdenmra4.
rsecut'r or ot I.La Will ad Teastaest of
C(:bialr Wa ; m Clhae U eeead.
April IH9 IUW

(;T IN'T I 'llI



For you when you need it. But thbe er yo agg
led Lan oue me- yr will nnr b- r KeW
ca r-sto Good Dimstione

.\nd. of course. Indltestion If ne-.1 We knew what KIdol would do
l*'.tei| lont: :noieh. hringrs on wrI- before, ever the firat bottle was
ous d-ica;s-es In ahich Ko:,l 1 cannot nold. If we did not know Just what
benefit ),,n i Som, of these there It will do. we would not guarantee
Is no hel for at all. It the way we do.
There are. in fact, very few all- It ls easy for you to prove Kodol
ments which cannot he traced dl- -the next (or the first) time yoe
rectly to Impure blood. And Im- have aa attack of ldig aton. And
pure blood is always due to a dis- you will certainly be surprted at
ordered tIonmach. the results. It Is perfetly harm
I'se Kodol and prevent Nervous less.
Dys .pela. There a be so harm I trylan
Kodol will effectually assist Na- somethia that may do you a great
ture to secure a complete restore deal of good-whe- It o os y
tlon of good dliretion. It does moth ag If It dao e

this by at once digesting all food
In the stomach and keeping It dl-
gested. until the stomach sa rested
and cae resume Its owa work. Ko
dol removes the esue-and tho
effect quickly removes Itself.
When It s recalled that Apo-
pemy, Heart Disease Ca
evea Coa umptle--are due to
poor dgestion uad poslo- tha
traaaltted to the bood, aad
throulhot the system- te Impor
tace of maalatallag -o dig
olf is at wce re" td.

0 0 1* gF~a so d ea "an a dell*
Imb~lLTbwafmbea -sd 00
team OLMOMe Of the = Wyes ws
h17 ne.r Shathe LCs e a GmI yes
m teas th. e b ft e we b rw m
gw@C eown bLp bo~b t do Are -i

-rl~ basa u.uaaanI
be WWe Is lupr .. .. the Ib.rn
am or 49w. We wo op Mr~
0~neeer tft Y boukk =1~
&@A to but an Is o fa muy.-

3rOll S.A.L3CUE 333rAL -.' flMVGGIP XfTO
~IE ~~B 3-~II Itaor

Need have no terrors for you. Putting
money away safely i insuranceSainDt
advrtnity. No one should be without
tisii protection. We invite you to make



I G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Crocerles

Gralq, GCrdeq Seed agd Fertllers
Highest mar et palk d W CIWouMkeM iMs mWd Prods.

A COmLple stock of Hy,. Coer O.ss. Io. Brau om l. OiL-
bd Meal uad Rye. We headle ofly the Very Sas go
M Lor Pir ma wmatoo safMtu ml s1ws


Our Mail Order Cataogue

Fw Spriiquihuinmli

Will be issued about April 15th. If you desire a opy
cut out and mail this coupon to us:

I. H. LEVY, BRO. & C).,
Savannah, (;a.
(Write. with pencil)
Please senld me a copy of your Mail Order
Catalogue for Spring andl summer 19(J.

N. lt l ........... ... .... ..... ....... .

T'owi .................................. .. .

S Uit," ............ .... .... ........
Ililow anre iaitm' of two |Itrties in lily town
wioll I think would alto IM i ntrem ted in your


.L., .RO. C.

L H. LEVY, BRE0. & U


Sliemaw a"d jobber.in



Full line of Palmer


Hammocks just

ceived-$1, $1.50,

$2.50, $4, $5, $6.

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 &

Maynard Base Ball




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Bqpn, Wo
.a AM v


Sr% ~- msm u am-4 nO ~r i
letter try us rm Imparf' uetm4.i-the
Wtal, wt pID e It.-I ueu-to dla" .

Davis & Oliver







.J -J w -' -- A -

C...SSW ad Sumb

3 m t. in

V~el c~b ~

,4 ~av IWN,

q"W* i*-- Ai" few wo s-ee
On M0to dw mmm-

j O ; I, ,W =se

S -a-ase anl. s -ead of

anage b! sm b haMeo a
hi e wTe a t eeIrr bmal- eO-
e asme sees ,tI* amaos

i h tin tu

5 "l ? W- M 1m oPu mien *
i Wl id be the bar dtr
e beth.

1 o pal peur
4I _

aswp e he up b the gead hoa-
1-. Th-4l1'ad a -rlU I-1

6 toe make t euts grow now-
a where-- reo yew t ~rda
reesa a glm sammat af materiaL
44. w. e ~t So
"- y_,_ P-O- W a ely rbper w
= ob" toe OPo foruWas
Sa -g by os able Africla orre-m
asata. they are just clameorta
ir the Mer of betna shot by the

A Vait1gtes dispatch says that

Y L t da e-tu-lseia or nae ofr
Nr. MeNlt admirer wIU I-ni
i e I iv- e ea doubt of W t Hore-
M1 to tehe Preelde d so r.
A` dispatIchsa ys tat G
A ianlta ilUl thold iesd tr at

flr-a.a hanthand. Q N a f
w wM-vasd in te culture of thi
a myethe pruotos ha obees hewn

Mr. xe8et's adaiddreh willmeei sts

rA hist th r Iesdegat h laoigi oa.
SMri to -1feat the lbtoflo ne. but
Sha to the edet of

ew as of WafNlagtos e prowersb
ggt wil bow Oet at
Olaks Ga.. may 1tb OW 30thsand
ably feo Lo tdepre re oofer the re-
Psl other so* have e-
powd AI addtna the =@@"SOL

as bas haeball mlie Was,
UmaW to defeat the loston ulue. but
he in as am* the Presidest of
&Aem as of Washington bee e
Yb fek so depression over the re-

The anouaCement that work is to
a* -mese-a at usce upon the Iwe ps
-agr-- tati for the eabuard Air
Ultos received with pleaurte by ith
--a ONd -lnewvlll& and thae pI*ople
e- My who bave oCucaus to VWi
ts y over this road. A uaion de-
pet Wld be mre aceetable. but
lie tt as bees decided that thi
i Is m e a ts" tmus we .we t~
0&I th s~ r 9W tering Gain eUL
= -f ---ai O tfw. s -rw

OW O patsses..I

able. or a great many years doe- 8 Bodlford & Co. Special Agents LuI -
tars pronounced It a local di.-ase andL
by comtantly falling to cure with Io MI ANO WOltP -- T
cal treatment, pronounced it Incur ar I o i, tT.,.
able. clience has proven catarrh b i t -.,., e,'. ,
to be a coustitutlonal diselas and ......
therefore requirra ecostitutioual tr.:at (a. ..t .... u fi s I I- .a
auent Hall' Catarrh Cute. manufac "a.i'' o' ,, 9IS\,.
tured by r. J. Chen-y & C'o Tol-.do ,'. A A
Ohio. i the ouly cousiltutional cure .%, 4& .. SEA B O AIR I E
ti the market. It is taken Iteurnall.l
i doe- fruom it. druops to a taisn R LI
'ul. It acts directly on the blood and MONDAiV MAY I 7
uucou. surfaces of the .sU The) MA MAY
te* ue uw hundred dollars for an) ---- E T. UTES FMIOM I6UMSVL L
',Iie It fall tu cure. Mknd lor circu
tare and tetiuoiala Address. | ft CW&"a.. 1kt+ .y ........ .$ I t ll,.....
P. J. CHENKY A CO Toledo, 0. e as cu. Live a . ... ... 'I Tlili.;- e .. 1 i.
Sold by druI.sts ,.c. h7c d u, 1.. .. ,, M.adiol .......... 3.50 il' . .
Hall's Family u ill. tr cos r af or, stiJw h. .iy. iver .I Jnction........ V..J
stCIm -= s 4m wt& No Gatam"u*mm.
--- -as. "awe" >_' "-- -, -- ,nInI i. '---- '1 n.
T"eal a t of swela t ds ta eAll Ticket Lmuted to Mai -4, lwWu
= bm "b as MS p twe 8. ('. BO)YLTON, JR., Ant. Gen. Paw. Ageut
a ft-. i ,n. -.- ..m



rwy e the L4-A two ad Everyoe admits that the seale of bBurm
S r a a gage up ms u m t i press i viu has greatly Inc reased a rvat
M y h f t artae a o w year. o far have e departed from
pa The members are busy the simple ife of or fathers that
IM te time tey are to Tallahasee whot to tlhe wer l res are now
Pa1 io- the iDs tLht sm o and considered as comforts uad nowem Pody
-11 te 1ar tOs appear to be to be necesafta of life. Social and D.1 I
bad. Wy t kI the. that ty so educational advatare, pluarts, f.a Rta-s- --_- i t ua I i L.ene
SateM atJonr wtout disposing of ellties of travel and communication. Ol S
these MteSan f Stateowcie import. and many other things are such as
ass.? I tI because too much tine our fathers seer conceived let alone v Sp n ru e tc .
is t sumd Ia the con ideratir of lwmsere-d. C. it Tril and be Covinced.
I eal Mis. say The Pensacola N.ew,. One might suppose that with all .
The greater number of thee tlie. the advantages life woud be easier ~ Tw Si 25, Oc ad $1.00
Wlltea Mbt are these rating to city and more enjoyable. yet it is quee- j |--r LA SNOW UIIMENT CO.
harters. Whe the lAtiolatrre tionable If such tI really the case. g: T LOt rS *r M'S COU.
meets a ebarter mst be enacted for Probably the spirit of unrest sad the STa.
very towa that bas bees incorporan sene of uasatisfacton were sever .. 3 ic d A na .nmedj
ted ee the previous esrlon. and so prevalent as today. This re veJOals
muy every other town wants te itself In several ways, but most fordl-
old etrter ameded. So much of the bly. perhaps. i the vast increase l
tiU sf the paeset sesaon has Ic-Ides. The number is double what
bee takes a tup way this wa that very it as elt years ago This fact
ttle of' gel ral lportance has been ives a certat force to the statement
empI beyod te oi paaN of recently made that In spite of ma-
the pw Mhaltes aamedment and giT. tertal wealth and prosperity and wide, b EUJ bU--
111 the 1 e1'Lack to Senator spread Indulgemee l sports. Ament-
lMls lli. T'Ie legislators cans are tin most unhappy of peoples. LI
e yet to ese der the pensioa bill. Without fUlly ea snt so radicals
M a the appropriatio a view it s et ear that something is i fir bt I
Mi, to pimalry bl,. the bag d.- wroag and It I fnot difficult to di-
p 6Wl w ad poenbly; blls with cover what that something is. In
reea e u to the itlative and ref. truth the pam of aor m oden lie I Write lor Pricra, Term, Etc.
S1 t as tasmberhitamee tas. Itf n1 it retathaa is too swift. B1d- 7 a
the do at gt th ti to enid -*mo me are mruinal a IaLsta&
sa- tM pm r ere wI e Marath n t heir hke bto t rich M Wa M y 8t .
a al b uw m the p-pt We -ad they a .de.l It at the eapeas JAOCIKESNVLL, FLA.
MA abe wy t do mt p a o their mr ewar. their healt Thej P VI@a, W. L. D INHAM, AIget
hw 0 We dhahlo the e weme i a thir aA"_r W aAdma .
df 41- h1lt bab sad alor t W t hemM atat they try to eoy al
be get dem to meal belaeeN. by plmagiag te pleinas. M may

"- "-te '-'-'''h'-"daTamap Jaeksonville LaiI'y
Th 11811r 1 t eoMY rtWh imb oo thm e. t-ey tOe fapWlty $or
be tabms st T so Lw byl t tos m. Te eme dy nr | a
a o p an w at law p te b SmaW view .wo W a slow uap tf
m w- be se as m d~t as own euvatioa of th better side ulifev
.arter. *st a la1w would eave e r M eUagmAo tat raluable s as
bt hf the tlme of the law-mbk. mmey Is there r other things s tl
ia wal make it psesie to make more valuabe. IPP0TnIVI DWO. I3, w.
e amead a carter wit watkigs
1W a -d.m *of th esAlS at ad The Drtsh Chames-or of the bE-
wal embody the esee of Democ. chequr hi preseatiag his budsgt t0 LMve Gainesville for Micaiopy, Fairfield and lo-
aror--bne ra. parliament bad to announce a deficit cal point. South. ...................... 10:10 am
aad also to arrange to provide for a
STATE PR O COMMENT. large Uease na eIpeaditure the Returning, arrive Gainevile ................. 4:26 p m
pswlat year. This be proposes to do
it in leesI..-Tb-ose memlbr, salary b ai tnereased tax on in- [ave Gioneville for Sampson City, Palatka,
of to Latar w- dea y a lair comes -- ebhetae, beer and whi- Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 pm
aportsm t to the larger coutie key. Althok h the landed interests
a the ate may have the courage of d the iquo tra ae up ila ars Rturning, arrive Gainesville .... ...... .... 9:30 p m
their eosvletls. bet it would be against the propoltion it will doubt.
baItr if they Cl4 discover and put lts carry because of the govera- A. L Gls, Gn Sept. L E. Barker Traic U'r
lal paiiret tbh cWrage of common meIt's immense majority i the com-
deceacy. In the matter of apportion. mos. As is well-mown the Lords.
mM f legislators we believe Coa unlike our S"nate. cannot amend the
aectlcut Is the only State that is on budget or any Snauncial bill. This ?7 I1 e est aild (ortuWe st.,
a par twth hrida in its fossilized in. makes the path of the chancellor
jUstl e and unfairlesr.-Tampa comparatively easy as the budget e I VC6? d South AtlanfiC ULiIted.
Tames escapes in the Lords the stormy ca- .x o A--- ..
re-r that a tariff revision bill has in D1XfrI ILVI';. u I .
Nbinsg of Now C'ourtleinl advo ihe Senate. The- Lords mnu.it either Vv ... 'te. .A. .i
cetl g the amingl of new county a'clt or reject in hole the ill as ,. r v .
for the public men of the State .u it ie r.,entd to them. A to re- *..
made the mistake somne daye aKo ,. 4 .. o A .. ( ... *.
made the misake some 'days" ago f j.ct would itt,, the' wheels of gove-rn- ..
saying that of .*1 the counties in the 1. .il Ar. Ehann,;.a w. A A
Sy y I enti they will most lik l hrink AM p. m. Ar a s.itle N CC A I
State only o(m was named for a pub that r,.ll ,.. th,. a. m. Ar. | o l
*ronm that re-I|ni blityalln ;s I thI.I ( s mo. Ar. St Louis I
I k man. What %asa ltunlded ito ha. ,
h udget. but it will Ibe lIth a i rt fav, 8S p. m. Ar. Frnavill, .le. AN
been raid ass that on.lv lon, wai 12.- S.I Ar. TerrreHaet I.T &
naicdl for a Florida public nin Tht Ibn't there something abich only a 6.4 a m.L Ar.(:tIo C. & F. I
Tampa Tribune caught thel error and wa t ad can do for you today? t:r ..L. m.
Ar. Poia I. p m.
edfrcct uu bl i.ri.da-ig l;..* ;., -. Ar. Raeiod L.A 5 ,i p. .-
aud l.eTO -r to oth, r <,.,..t. .,- TO CURE ANY DISEASE. Ar r'inr.nn L& L
ed lor Plorida public mnui. Well. thr..e_ Ar. Ctictnuaol I k % __ a.
out of forty-esven is a poor pw-re'nt- Ar. L.- -,,er'- I-. *t: 3tp '.
age.- Pensaoola News. te ca rM b*e i5. 4 Is .. .
'a 5r *ih idi.* I. l* l" I I' i am
-, ',- ",, ,e.r | *. 4'%, d. g
It cost San Francitco I1.MMt,..,MM to Kill the germ that causes dandrulr .*. ..., ,{ t,. r. .
et rd of rt ad .. t a falling hair anJ baldnM )~>u will have '
no more d;ni.lruff. and your hair must ,. .. I...... .
FranDaclo knows the *alue. of r.efori gr,,,w luzurlarnt!>. Newbros Hlrplcide t.l .
too well to healtl-e at ,exps..K not only contains the dandruff erm I "' I ,.... v ... ,
I ( bay t' a. I v,, r.' ... 1 .C- i. t .....:. .:..
.'-tr.)er. but it It also a most delightt- ,, L i
Turkey cones nearr golng to ful hair drealng for regular tolett .ts F~r r' ~Um har fI JtS i 'lr,!, t A W. Fr.l t,D p. A I- I.
pIes.. without Igong than any other h'. other hIir preparation is on thli
schentiIc bamsi of desatoytagn the dandruff
country In the world. germs. t atp op in irritation. keeps th,
:- acalp sweet. pure and wholesome. Re-
Ther to more catarrh In this see- member that something claimed to tl i i i i i i i i ssillsllllA l00 tion of the country than all other dla "ust as oad.'' will not do the work of
eases put together, and until the last "nulP Heopicde. Sold by leading
few years was supposed t be ncur-, u ho at lt II or -



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Capt. A. Paul Proud of tihe Fine Rc-
ord Being Made by This
New Olvislcn.

Thb clerrical force in tI: I l d,'-
I ': :;;. tit f thie I'nithadl a: laid
-off i to I't Itln r.'.iare. d \. ithil the'
1.- ( w w e'e-k. ; \'t lrt l i. *. 1:1 iI ,.
I r
It~e.41-4 s (h' iint"e r 1,1 I t a1affl 4
iork. tit- fi''d I, ra. r < ; .i i..:
*il .aense file or Itor, I .a ; r i.a: i--
Ing the entire force *ils!.i When this division was erstal-llh-
ed here few eop)lle realized that It
would grow to such pro|lortionm witth-
in ahbort space of tlll-. but as'
t .'.:- 1- a great deal t') I(, lfoked af-
to r 1:i tlhis dlpartma-nt, n ,d lhe work
i :,: r i'.. ; uipervtl ioi r.- pi tr'nr th',
Sr.. r closest attention, it h.is been
di-c?-j red that even Inore than this
i::nib .r can now be worked to ad-
Capt. Paul. the chief of this divis-
ion. la highly elated over the future
prospectss and is proud that he is
able to use such a large force of
mon, for all, or part of them, are
In OGlueaville during each month and
It means that much more is placed
in the channels of trade here from
these men, all of whom receive blood
and substantial ealaries.

Marshare Plantation Shws.
Marshal' Plantation bows, an ag-
C' -."*'n that was here with the
Johnny Jones Carnival Company, is
billed for Galnesville the remainder
of the week. In addition to this
attraction they have their own merry-
go-round. which wll prove a delight
to the children.

Soya Will Be Soy
And are always getting scratche.,
cuts, sprains, bruises, blumps, burns
or scalds. Don't neglect such things
-they may result seriously If you
do. Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment

according to directions rti
and It will relieve the pain
the trouble. Price 21c. ~0c
Sold by W. M. Johnson.



When Joy callillng <

pl1any you will rv'ct
card When this ca


c*;rill plift-hase., 1111mm
to $3, return it wi
cenIlt inll



=-Ited ly The North .

of! Cthica(lgo, MIi. g%
Olle Year AS(l'A"I
F 10~-: E.

.%-L to set, our i1
Art NjI~e- JapaulAll
Sq~uarve-. ('rexIRug-",I
Rugo. WVh 1MI- a Ill

law" FW"w

buitrl F~io

Why Tfh, Mle4.i.
The Bimallguy. mautl.r arid douhter,
had lona cautstaleyd IlwIr we'krlo.ui at
their country fil oil'ss bhou-e. More,
over. t- ty evimcrd no irln of goinl
away nor did th li moll r Pel to Lbe
In any way affected by the strong
baint to Ino hk-b tie nrcrtaxed bstese
threw out from tlue to time. Finally.
forbearance exhausted, the eatertal-
er decided to reach the mother through
ber danrgter. So oe day. calling the
little visitor to ber. ashe sid. "Male.
whem do you expect to go home
"Oh, Ie oure I don't know." was
the carles reply. "W've several
other places to to at yt."
"Well. whm do you go ou to the
oat plaer"
"Can't ewetl se that Mamsa i my
t Immatertial to ber Just wbeh he'U
bare bore."
"But, my dear child." exclalme the
exasperated hoateas, "doleat your
mother reallae how cotly tving ls
tbese days
"Oh yes. she knows bow dear It is.
That' why we left the city."
"Well almle. I cannot lofrd to en.
tertain visitors any longer. and I wilh
you'd tell yr.ur mother that at c 0:"
"Is that an Insult?" rejoined the
chlkl. turning haughtily to the speaker.
"Why do you nsk that. chld?"
"Blerust e w!hen we're Insulted we go
on to the next ilncer'-London Week-

ght awar y r'ncwerable.-
and heal ''I" 'Vl i a IrIn I ii at termn often nimd
and $1.00. In the nar'1'-ita srl waril. Al example a'!
Its p-rh -l. ll u-4- niali'al Ii arc-u-
l'iltl.** Ikuk. '*4,kl ad rclasnt 4 af NeS
Ye r?- lty.*'
a a r'w 4 t .... i 's ash -a Isa. %%:lot

A t 4 A l ( No. I 1 :14A.
1111. I l ; r r :I aa .1, i %A iry

\a fi~ a r; i '1 ; -tl~t l':l.' t~a- P
0 ..f ri-as. -. t! if;- ta. i ar ainu h vr
a .Iii Ill,' 1I% lie L t Ie r4' '.I r lilt 2 1

1! 3 1 4, : I IT :: t I, .4 !. 1.1 #1 4- ( :..
r r aIl ;r.it t. a I. r as 'a -. I ll-n.ar
Itis t. mv t aa:,r i ar. r t aa-:r a aii 1
'I lw la a st I ,sI:' ..,- t.%r iI-di'ar
m ra I tI,r In t. b I'

iTt' a 4l- :ui! 1Sf'-- a-:iaa
a s -. ai ala ii 'I. la. goba'u
il hIas 141111 tiit) i at mu4-41 l al i .blit
Il Ov a-faa-a' 'if -i:, It -I~ In a. fSui-

111ti 1lnl o l I:nry--ngow~~
iti :;I For COLD$ and GR!P
Hickhs CAPI'DINE in the be-t rem-
1 ytilld) reiieva-b teasellilng sand fa'% irb..
Be~ss-curoo the- cold and ra'Mtfrv-
&urmnal cunditiung. It'shouid -vfiaa-ci
ImnaediatotAy. 10c. 2Zoc tud 50c at drug

The Drell In the Pearl.
The isaae. twisat wsrknaca. sere. most
of tbe-m. drilling costly lw taria. but
Icy hrta inausin kid glves. t 1rfarua-d
LIC th* operation of king-hupra
f lauD of lt'Iaaa,% I;ag a r1 aI tiouter. d III-
ralaitra-a1 l rim ?,%4)a SI 5 l gi P It I a i.ra 11It'l
AIl tmr- iorigIll alluatvr A Id h.l the wilma.-wI
stii lher man ls, .-. iiuaatri 'uuly tt

ml foir ,ia ,r e -ta o-r.I* -r.- af IIse
-I alt ir driller s rutle, Iis t tj h "til*
Il; isa d ftlta.' t 4i ftr l~ a -i I i ha a4, aits a
II~ .~ a air!,I I kit ai t t a L4.1..u.taleab
Isila-s ~ l day's m 4,arLI hat Is. If)vu daoti't I
know the t- eret "'a
tlie I.,uia-4 1 alay at the bottut of
the glass. h-il-I- maid thens eiutlstihis
I tirt hi115shaaLuamg fia'reswumued. -'hut if )uu
,cta~.. ptt3ut b- r -a-aim I llsa Lhimim st ld shake
It up the drid polilt fSiti a few minutiss
%11 ill f aid 4u( 4,(ii-.if. Iix,aa Tbere's
auuther a-ut alra-eady Thosthird wW
cuwe So stxmii-a" Exchtange.

I eC


To fteal Itroui have good aIpeUte
and dalgetloai. *IP, soundly and o-
o)y life, u BuIrdock Blood Bitters.
bthv great sslt I tualc aod boulder.

a mighty good remeady fur W cets,
sand gUaraata- It to (cUre or U1' fb.'.

Thea'r. Iii II a. b ailled MIl-u,-uA ib
I *A r'I-N i Ash IiUat i ta ( I' Itla il l 'I
me.iopina It Iiah. u. hot r (ifsg mar,,- ~usI
(o- if.-l u aI a11 .4 I 11 ', I- li-
* r I,, S. W O. "1 1 4o 11 4P II II-

% I It 11 bi *l I l.uii 11i 111i t j. AI LAf % N I I

iii I' #la Is auld by Iaudius drugglaito
in cf~-ry titan5 I II Aerics. and b)I
J W %lc(',Ilura I &'u ICU II l AIIAOll-M,

far ~cS *4.. a t
f lIi or

H YIM2 m wk Ilr


His P rmitive Iasets of MpeltoIytv
ar.d Charity.
Itnrelork i.lla In his "alol of prb"
Iins revealed Intlnmatly and charmln-
I> the temperament of the Ppanlab
people. Accorllnl to him. the lSpa-
lard it still fundansntally primitive.
In proof of hbl ponsemion of the
,rirmal instincts of bospltallty and
charity he quotes the following nec-
drtte from ah Aronencew newMpaper of
aI few yernr ago. at an tIe whl'n thlre
tu.i mmii h ldi*trese I .Ar icoli:
A Inhorer out of wrk annwe in the
lhighrnd determined to ri, Ithe fi(rt
ierson hie nait. Tbli rl n naman with
a wraon. The Istilwrr blde bhim baIt
and dematmlded his nli'ey.
"'lcre I bI$. all Ih:it I hare." the
detained man reptled
"There Is nothlnl left for me but
robbery. My familly. nre dying of hoa-
ger." the aggressor aid nl;ulgetlkcally
and p-rce-drd to put the money la his
pocket. but an be did in, his mind
"Take this. chico." be Rid. handing
back 9MI. "Otie I ennuuh for me."
"Would you like anything I bavr ha
the crrtr" saked the wagoner. Im-
pressed by this generolty.
*"Tr." mid the man. "Take this
dollar back too. I had better hae
some ri and some bIea."
The wagoonr hande over a bas of
tables and thea held out $5, whlch
however the labor r efed
"Take them for luck money sad
the wager. "I oe you that"
And oely so wu the woud be rb-
br pemrMadd to aept.

Werth Mers Thea AM OIh Or Cr s
S oltknal A-Iel.
Whee yeu coe to thLak t It tba e's
mo escaping the ecasles that the
btay crop Is worth mer to thi ged
country of ours then al the coar
whet, cotton, beef ad poultry prod-
ets put togetbhr-worth more la dol-
Ian and costs. Untimely frhot tho
boll wwrv, lh. wleat nr tho Igr
I aphl and all the otber crop and amr-
mal scourgs couldn't work so gSrat a
national disaster as a Igeie baby
And It is simply appalling to tblik
what would happen to our natial
temperament If batbs were abolished.
Our sense of humor would astantly go
limmnerin and smile would become
rarer than black hollybocks. Tbhe dtu-
cation of pireuts In all the little arts
of tenderness would go into tinant
decline, and we would speedily become
a nation of onalied ears and sour
faI es.
Bables are the clik-f apostles of an-
selfish affe -iiuk Al; I be wvrld admits
that. The !i h (I, natantly
mainltntiued nn attitude of unnlloyed
elwfi8hllneoA tw: nrd nil thel world will
go to ithe (t pltlbof swlf de iihl and sac-
rlflie for thei I. I 1,Ic 4 hlld. anlI men
aof ti ry aival lsIt. I;il!l" I ilt .r|' lnil ntl
I'eco in ri:v.k :Iat I I- 'l-,' l(le It
Shan l 'f 1 f I 'i r trH t .. iara
In t *..ir ,.' ,. *' ,,
and ,ll .li~l ..rl in- I;' ) I l,-k,


Means Rosy Checks, Clear Complex-
i.r, Cr.J.:t Ercs ai.d P;cnty
of Energy.

\ hatid It l11 .iil'. lir.aii L ;(tli(t .ilila it il'
ioii,'full.s-, IMp ra -if 1 '. arill i .d r
I :t .na a ta I s rseti. I l* u .
itf *., ail. r. ii i r ii n rf, i ,.. l
*ur I \ u a -, i'r S.-.I ;cti hlad t l:l
ii ll a u la Lai..|> f i ad.l ilft r att llili .
Ibklchaiii ouf gai anid narTous uura..t
So. flar iac hi.lliK in tl <.rff<(.I o(f Liidi.
Kil'-II I, tlsiSl lai i lli t hi, a ighlKl l
I litlT, (*.dl
If )ou haki hiliil K,'.hlon or )'any liym
toanI of s.ht rlnah distrtes or agouy
J \ .%li('ullunl & ('. will ell )a>t

oft a tse meet vs ...e o........ e" N=_Wm en. ad *
ot our t""ofaOur u b eand6%M N-1S
to the pu sMs g eM@ y, i o. e .ar.see. -ment nda O W N I 4,

le" of the Amaeen Telephea and O: I Wb ad
Teleg C pmy and ntr her e am i Wugme A so g l
eeelated Sell TOWOMM MOPM o 0100e. 0 IN R semp b W b 0 0.
We theade of SISSe ad O lo"4 TO a bi T81=a61060%
ditaaee ises I. the seven s atGe ha ask er Iaai obmmAAAA G he
wiek we opera and IjN ad Me se m--- maL--is_ Wit -m O W P
asest amy tolepheM e Or s m le 1eeeNuP

in whisk a Soi TotTlephanem in lag thu*euste U b. e IM
-pM dlot ieminsie MM ow a -Ps

mW Medes sa dmpsved osaIu e eeneIO i N aN ht ad fMb m8
Woft and an k-M a Ilau higiPaN Ma kIS M 10~ Mt 1 O

Southern Bdl Tlepm

and Telegraph Cemop

EIEat of eup Ih



0000 POn



Address -
Tlia (',oi-nm may reat at AThea u oste or at eiher of ltMa s- a
new ed *ith tiO contest. NOT (OOD AMTER MAY S1, 1II

L ~Q

Don't Be

ulit I. "lup and doing" and like the wiow virgins have
your lamp tinimed and
burning if your house
catches fire during the

Light, and an insurance
policy tucked safely away
that will cover your loss
in a good, sound oompa-
ny like the oompaniea
we represent.

A u Me ApW IL ft

Wfmes940 susr with dsrdwsie s edrto thei
on shw write to Dr. PIersod e. mre e
advine ofa Ph IleMilm of evsr w 4 '0 eIm o pe
-0 soI"end nd osueess s psailese IN the A ssmes
s wee. ey o b f r 6tIs ae t bas sh mt
WOhW sds-Rm'ela sd is rrded m redl
W6681i m yma sms"lt seameewm W rit
MUY to Dr. e w the"Twed humb hem
ftling to ther hmel phsisI-i. The hel b iphI*
P" pawnseeft may dthathe gmmme do manin
witotL I'm eamt a~Dr. Pneoe W&d.tha
these d;ifstaste examoinatlsm s we mely seed&
has, snJ thI so uom, e*sowt is ere ess os, l sbmik don.
Dr. Perre% uewms wU ms veisutie rlgk inlea*
To I- evm borne. DHi Fusresks Peesrvlpusm he. sa
hasfreds of a. hos.u some of them the vesat ad so
f i f t'.e anl-. ediciea of i kind eet thedw produce usof awd
a h ,, *:., rhe only enegood eaoueth tht ih s moaken dars to h P IN.
Weredir: oft its outuidswlre aerw. lher'so ers. ltw heu emmlw
96M. No ale a -.nd %a e ho half.nnlwvg drneb We 6u is -- n s
181o01 rrc'c roe 6' u:rrt risi' cfar yit a Ohltst. Doet tube ik. Dratn
'%o.,r ~*,-'.Write to Vwrrl I's D Dmpsusq MediceI AAsaseiaies, Dr. IL
V. V''-c-. .''c %-r.t, P.,'sa. N. V..-tse the ad,% ice received Lad he w4.


The Lugqsta____m

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MOM W IT.I -- Florida Agricultural Experiment Station-
W l 01111 a* O N Tim U domarl th rust alte does not oer Ih a grove later than the middle
of do l Vea4 NaW of July. Last year, Ltootver, it conttlnu-d to work ligoroul) late In the
I gfLd "kd tN T rov tall, Tat ki s ant grows as late as I to Jjn:iar.. tausltr, bright fruit to
m Or t L r oevenra after it had become ripe. Last tplrii sat a 1.o ,teoptlonal 1i,
mg m -I i the e r d to the actvtee of this little pest. Ordinarily I need give ua no
M gft ft gv t tte em eers beer the middle of May. M&ay of uas. however. were unpleasantl
.VW .., I .p 'in.se- d toi that the crop of frit had bee greatly damaged by It
Sft ~o- Si1 th the "-et tof Iay.
a- WM ~be NewM to 1 etot tuet Mes0 U
S e1Te r9t at to is St smawlst anall kelcaing to the spider mate family.
ad~ 11A e l m toAal easmt be seem by th ordinary eye. Nearly every one.
toem,. ei de tes t rst mtes by the unaided eye whoe they occur In
o s nuerm a mm s MCtrus hults, as they are likely to do some time
*nwade 4 May. They may be detected o the fruit by a ery delicate light
S b-I als, as if the fruit had be dsed from a rendsde. VWh4 this luaca-
Sdu oorp.... Ocu,--- rs ee shold WMte and ls6s to determine
a0- sW W eMditie Is due tIo dust wMeh hs aris from the tso l, or
ShbetterIOwf dii to myre W of rst emtee. the r Uit. If tb Isound
;= 40 amtea me si fI a me, ts oI a a srig ftor Im dte* o action.
9HM r ISe Pro nowuv u *t
ll I The r mIte. Me eter sper m mes oIs extremely seastlve to sel-
bn e eesmpe; .e rt ae have a o Ce r remedy Ia he all klads
1 11d rr 1e n r e. T mo et eAse ae at the same ml aoe of the
1 11be M mi M MMeatP, i s b t sulphur iray, made of Iatphr and -castle soe The lime
StW Pst tof sand suW mI is alse very e ective. Only two us of Uthe sa-
40 4s 9f We U- 0pkm ..ei wit are ae .ne ed i to forty or afty ganles of water.
A Ies t --- smew-hat heper. method of treattag rust mite
S'aI by m i of owerC of e=sLw. This is a S o powder o brimstone, and
1 ma W a be pbdeya g-- Pen u for tn "'u ventu o th se powder
gs, peept tr eat ed elr s g oves activelyy by throewlg handfrls of
V )wde.ed8 14610 is01 th tres10 A mixture.of So werof. lp ur with
46 i 9of alfe me M i s a little u more ealy applied. and
*ftsod a 1l1ts to le waves btter thim the sulphur alise. By amixig the lime
%%'1 O~ N wish thef .Lhr tefwtw.o are able to e wha t parts ao the trees haveo
6a IM 0, W 3OL.be m t I t-d- a1I t h wok bdd t erm tab&Mf f ra*tlyh ..
e mpi to Th s- 7* d So i r mt havr re II"U their Wsdvass, however,
see inso th e**W s< he a eats hea a pSled whe the trest ane most wat idew.
I-a- p a 10 Se e 1 1s h.hn oa -a work. to twhir most lborenr
o ot f oera .f e. et eeli la oid. ayhe- n d mo .or le.s ect..vely .
n r -e mo, d eavi l.e. us i m d .rpo of
-"01 alOrrIfteb
t1-i t a- I he A we A that is kept- thereby ri gted is nto t apt to be tbatdl acted
ftm ... w aSh wb us mile.o .ie. oth.e miMe do motoedaur amo.t atmosphere. It Is.
a ba f r, mI b rel ueb a.an Irrigati plant as pr uentiv* of rd

S- e beir the *6 -. o falS.'. ao be Me wup the "s kim
b.W IrIe *mW. BSIt bd h e i ,s I tlw boido hereby givel that under
Si'. iad to f ild I onefhft wa by Wur ayll foir ao d by virtue of a "al dcree of fore
lopSSW ',-- e a' 1id. s* M& wrol tl tib r iud closurt r entered by the Judge of the
f t 0 so we ri ~ R as sa o s iws u!ld' ,st ou Cr C~lt Court of the Eglth Judicial
S Si i *d'f y~a amy oarIe mws I tIs uCircuit of lor de.. April 9h. l 19.
o Id. l.. Si t YhomI n. I w.ld rurk n gFilus a tla ru.a whereis Jon Maynard & Jones are
i e w I-n ta guaaIWmu a l, Wets mod tv you', away to the vii coplalasnts and J. 8. Camenon. de-
W- a n.w nI u 1o In a **tler to ave munywi f Imly Ilendaat the udersigued ISpecial
Ss o--r gi -i*rdid! Tye *r prf. $I0.%t4 ut I'rve ved Master therein named illa ofer for
If pe I lae m m that I-. M oW y "t-W*u blgt Poet. sale at public outcry. to the highest
SS wh Ire her tLes eher ead best bidder therefore for cash be-
ft S Si WWr MWwt The Kafeeklatesh fore te court hou.'e doot a -t Gainew-
|e elbet HI qtab sad skip ouL he drgerer between& a 6 o'clock lil.le Florida, bttst .ln th-e legal hour
i i e Wt l e te ad Gerau Kafteflatcb iW of sale on Mooday. Junl, ;th. 1',,. It.'
lia,' id the man with tlhe uormon. Tbhe h1 t v i a pleast9lt o- follostnug described iewr.onal l lr-crt-..
a.' me d rsIme as youo-ple~as er.'tilng. where r l i t it
ft t1 b ond co m p aer d to the sa no to a l mie I hand oriloiusly t h tad t oi iat tind er l
ow h I, M id't. potliN to Uo t heod cli d by cur uultitudilnusI 1i h adK mo ,a., ,nd, r 1l,,i
tI M e, 'th fter rlows emoy t k is eI s augmentedok lay th ftuill sau and uAper lowli l Iopth eari., and I
awn. hW is r t bioot ero wbkbb a lop Lea .lV) I l.I-ce ,te ake. hl'ad of bogs
ht e hap ivest oo ted ased drew Aumds a inmueure tAemntlg It.iWt. e S,. am. tob t stad a. the i'rol'. rty of
- a p ump ml ofr billh rom the may enjoy a vuarei ,if eaure tol .I 8. (Cameron. d efe ndant. It .I if)
k O 't o ei al mW.' we O fotos au oatetd by) I. 1t aId tcuim tll, s:tid dtecre ,. and coa.ts
, a sb ot him moey hid tLn fdllre. e..c. i ANS l.
"ai is se h s tse.' The badit Not s~ the ;Ger.ruwu K.ffetreklita'b
1 a t wlIt U stued der the Thatit s a Indersum naflair a bl h 3, ou
m. 'the leat has e his me take silting as tba s. 1fr lod T It dI1.1.1..IN
LIb I at, m U the let ersmdl hLs vries arl~ ti Ir ..l.him1 ,or f llw te laL solicitor for ('omnllallant..
S She t ho I Td his- t d flollo wd by uuslnt.rh.u elskes hih' b
i e et-- wost dkowu the lim of t e (Gerumas- kuw se, sell low It, Itch' Itch' Itch' -Rerateh' ~cr:ich'
whige th hgbwaymmIo d"ew snake. This l. flled ,y ,mie Scratch! The nsore y.ou scratch ,hI.
gH feg al maisser of plac 'esnmy prlepartls,n r a beautiful de- wors. the itch. Try IkDan' Oiastmentt.
w, tlhir eebo. Uthey o-i' mnade iu li Ttls -iinu I.e rU it curetc Ilesh. ecgeun. Iany skinL itch
e set digerees ad guard b O lae. T.:t'~ ekanae is awomwhliw still lng All druggists seU it
it i ad tld theL to go ahaed. ,,st u I.t git I i trade. Tbrre is -
eU, **,**o **H* teh -e r:a' Lfaauu tcrtanu "as bhib ends .
-. thma se hisg ris ah back. i h tas. tbIInI.. rnllal-tastesa
ap S was Odle r us lend back. It .lb. et, rNl. rntl tu. lra.sal .l .,. n I v
lb. 5551 that IruLe oer his hied i tt'err d-'k mot-ur cuas thau .e "-
-i tI each aher It had raIled a t,,nda u~...
o dgae Ar m tlee b abw n Idits thust. e tie
.* kiq Mad I Wmt hae that the A.*r**n W* Sheet
ag hid disarr m them U and PIad
s wins "as mm "he "nver would I a
dow atswa*alv. tad Pst *. *

' t of you I re up just bow u *
r eve loo.' e mid tou be *I-N M
br- --pausm wbea 1t las t hey
V eens 1 *.d I p, .au b c M I fy
at -e at tal t tas ba K u a oequsl t tr of got F ID
e eurm i e o"tm. for the buter Ive eII_*_ __l
Iwa l yse, 4 nd e pulled from au o-
er vet prtwet a hbu rull of bUls. gTBaR S. JoRDAiN W.HArMPTO.
It he the trnveers countedOP
0& omOowiectlv at was
t Pat led e two .JORDAN & COMPANY
* po tl llk m omma s o

a" "mS sedl e thes or rn
oa. sMasl ** to M ree dpe _
..-- -t ra "s- INSURANCE
PtOEam OCb OAhMeVI Js. P-UNo

Io. l and A idant s
moo.Fire, Life and Accident


TIe caNa of al kin disease ecan be traced to some humor r acid la
the blood; the cuticle ts always healthy where the circulation is free from
Impurities. When the blood is infected with acrid or unlwalthy matter it
cannot perform Its natural work of noulrishng the skin. regulation its tem-
perture and preasrving its norm .1 softnea pliability and bealthfulnls.
Intead It irritates and inflame* the delicate Abree and timue around the
pores and glands and produces some of the many forms of akin disea.
The itching and stinging so often accompanying skin affections are roduced
,. 7 t:.' ,:' fr-. 1 ->) ) I of t'.o a-rid hl .i'rs v.t:s n.u. ch It as tl eat..
int io 'to l;.rT rve ::::.r, u. s flesa' lying Juqt tlne..thl the out-r covering.
*a-il l:rr.noaltv' t'i c -nt -. n.rves. poras and glands. This explain why
r r t : :- % th' *.i.r s..1l a..O.-lT nt relief from the itching and burnlnF.
8. S. S. c. ,rea Ski Dit*a;'s c! ct'?7 cia"it'rtr by pUrifying the blood. It
goes down into the circulation and removes the humors or acilJ which anr
*.aauiag the teroble, builds up the wsik. acrid blood, and permanently cures
every variety of kin affection. Local app'tcations can only soothe; they
never cure becau they do not reach the blood. 8. 8.8. goe right Into the
circulatbUo, reached the trouble and cure it by removing the cause. Book
ea SkiL Mases and any medical advice free to all who write.


The Cannon That

Modernized Japan

By Herbert Kaufman,

Business i no longer a man to man con*
tact, in which the merchant and the patron
establish a pnrnal bond, any more than bat-
tle is a hand-to-hand grapple, where bone and
muscle and sinew decide the outcome. Trade
as well as war has changed in its aspect-both
are now fought at long range.
Just as a present day army of heroes would
have no opportunity to display the individual
ralor of its members, just so a merchant who
counts upon his personal acquaintanceship for
success is a relic of the past-a business dod.
Japan changed her policy of exclusion to
foreigners after a fleet of warships battered
down the Satsuma fortifications. The Samu-
rai, who had hitherto considered their blades
and bows good enough, discovered that one
cannon was mightier than all the swords in
creation if tey could not get near enough to use
them. Japan profited by the lesson. She did
not wait until further ramparts were battered to
pieces, but was satisfied with her one experience
and proceeded to modernize her methods.
The merchant who doesn't advertise is pretty
much in the same position as that in which Japan
stood when her eyes were opened to the fact that
times had changed. The long range publicity of a
competitor will as surely destroy your business as the
cannon of the foreigners crumbled the walls of Sat-
suma. Unless you take the lesson to heart, unle-s you
realize the importance of advertising, not only as the
means of '.tending your business but for def'elding
it as well, you must be prepared to face the conse-
quences of a folly as great as that of a duelist who
expects to survive in a contest in which his adwrsary
bears a sword twice the length of his own.
Don't think that it's too late to begin because
there are so many stores which have had the advantage
of years of cumulative advertising. The city is grow-
ing. It will grow even more next year. It needs
increased trading facilities just as it's hungry for new
But it will never again support neighborhood stores.
Newspaper advertising has eliminated the strength of
being locally prominent, and five cent street car fares
have cut out the advantage of being "around the
corner." A store five miles aw\ay can reach out through
the columns of the daily newspaper and draw your
next dior lie.hbor to its aisles, while you sit by and
see the people n your own black enticed away without
Pyur l<.ing a!le to retaliate ur supply) new customers
to take their place.
It is not a question of your ability to stand the
cost of advertising but of 1P.::. ;ld to, survive without
it. The thing you have to consider is not only an
extension of your business but holding what you a
ready have.
Advertising is an investment, the cost of which
is in the same proportion to its returns as seeds are to
the harwvst. And it is just as preposterous for you to
consider publicity as an expense as it would be for a
farmer to hesitate over purchasing a fertilizer if he
discovered that he could profitably increase his crops
by emptying it.

(Co*rtghl. ISO. by TrtbMW Ce a, Chka@1




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Il~rl l Ili Ali,(
Under-imnest e~n \la: I1 aj.
Mly to the o tc, (;q%.or fi, tO
r1twida, fur I..- tirA I. uirrliTr.
Sting the sahdc-roixr, nl,.t ei..I II.-IF ii a-f
plates under the1 121-1 110 4'r lIa%
Mhime Trading ('einisiaw .-lr the.
foIiou inx I ricpiieltd ArtlIles. of lilcor-
in prat ion.

.1 \V lo.At

Proposed Artl:! aof I c-'rzr-tiln of
the Hawthorne Tr;L"g i ;iy.

\\-. t h.. 7 .

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4 i i r l i l,. I r .
ill t'0 .11.1 .I11 ;I A if | ., ,; I, ll.;p .,

* -tahli-h ff. n t ;. II -' ,re- 111
iany ofth r i:ia:e or pI, i, I o r out
oaf the .tatl. of Flrltc. .
Alticrl., '-- 'uFlIn. i; ,,. rl
I A.tire- of the butlineto. tI,.h t tr.Inacil-
tid b) t; is (orlra'i.hli I-
ltt. To er.tabli h atd (carry on all
(r any .art of the bu- :,n.-. of htlyinl"
and twlling. elther ,a h,,l-i|ral,. o,r te-
tail. or bota. aiy alid all ol tle lollow-
mtg classes of Deirchai.rla'.- tor it:
dry goods. notions, bIsits and shoes.
hats and wearing apparel generally.
linen and cotton gueds. silk. furs.
laes., and generally and without limi-
tation all article utl In. rcbandi-e u--
nally sold or ahich Iiiay be conven-
iently sold In connection with the
merchandise hereinbefore referred to.
2nd. To buy. sell and deal in both
by retail and wholesale. millinery.
garments and wearing apparel gener-
ally. furniture. coffins. Irod and glass-
ware. crockery and other household
Sttligs and utensils. bric-a-brac and
ornament generally, stationery. no-
tions and fancy gooms. hardware. Jew-
elry, gold aud silver, plated ware,
watches and precious stones, meats
..- I : j ...ons getnrally. drugs. chem-
clals, perfumery, soap and toilet ar-
ticles generally, books, papers. maga-
sines, musical Instruments. bicycles
and tricycles, fertiliers. saddlery and
harneu and sporting goods, milk.
cream, butter, eggs and cheese and
dairymen's products generally, as well
as produce of any and all kinds. To
lend and borrow money. to acquire
proper securities and t execute and
deliver proiw'r securities therefore; to
acquire. own and diLrot-e of all kinds
of real and |loriso:al I rl .i rv'.
;.rd. To buy. ,ell and deal In both
by retail and a h'l.aili., groceries.
gralis and feudd tuff- itf \' ry d".-(r;l)-
4th. To do a gItyIeral jitlinx Coni-
nl.sion and conti Kiii ,. iit li-.i. ',~ : It)
buy. ownt. asell and control and in-
I ro:i ru l e..t.at< to Ilu. sell alnd
handle tnlil n. hor.-e, ard Ilvf % -l 1;
of every. de'scriti t i i .! .. ... !
ceintrol ware ro.ims Nll, otihlr build-
in'A-< necesi:t-ar for th lri irlIIose of the'
bus-ilne'M li-r.it l noiUtllii. *
,ilh. Ti, do ai ;andl .All things no'
cL .-ary and re-tlil Ii : i carr ii inout
the IpurMorsw of thi- ,, i.iiiar innl
Article ; ':; .t
antciomitt of thpe q,! ". i
c I'portrtionll .lh.ll '.. t
lre l leg' of incr-. ,-i:
nlllll.m r Ilpr t idoed I, t
S ate' of Fl-irila l
itit', flit(y -ht.r rl..
,.tr k hall .- i'. W i:, i
A rt *I. -- I t ,
4 r '.. a im ti ill t 1 i.:.. : 1 iii
3. ar?. .

I. Helme. W I lau I hlnsMghn J
K Msarin C P Morrtsm. J W Pee
riick (!er f W PeraTck. to me well
knwon to be the Indidaln. whbo sian
Sd the I'rpom wl Artickhl of incorpor-
oti of the Hiauthorne Trading (Comn
lai,. who rverallly acknos l'dlse-d
Iwf-fore ni' that he ,rlgtd the msid
lroi<,otced Artirles of Incormpralion
fro..lI and voluntarily. and for the-
n."es and purplows ther"el ewt forth
and .'exreswd.
Witnesn my hand and official eol.
thil ITth day of April. A. I. I 1t.
Notary Public. tHate of Florida
li .M. rconinlolll ion explr-s .r 'p-
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Dit "F" s. 10

ara.hm Bueieeng, Beta Main sltreet
Beis Phone $1. Also LwV Distanes



In Graham Buildla.


enders & Earle' store. PMow
No. 3".
U). u02 iL&K &. MUMIL*,

a .*.DENTIST so.9.


PhsU. bevia


&AIISOVILLZ, AIehus Co., rLf



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Can Oell yo', Ity property. (Int
prue.d and uaumproovd). phoe -hab
tirokisg and farming lade. b *d lbi
aI lit of what you cfr for mle. SltB
Aad Soleitoer in Equa

ire' Zasae, C-lctreaeia ssad Ue8
eral Praootiee. 4All biines prmtl
attended so. Oleea next doorB to
oaee. QAIMSantVl FeLats,.



Tuner and Rebuider

Entimate*- Furnihlald P romuptly and Al
Work Gu(iaranteel.

ich1 T1 4-1 f 4 r I; I or I

P~ro tit-iit. a x j,. p'. -pi, So, o J '' Ineiilu l'ian..'o. (G,
U r-, cu f i r- ci isi -r a ei :i ii ~ .l~ ae.
r' i l.. 11L (- ,L-,n l llt.l s ItLiANK CLASM. TdU
ir. -If! l it .lI ti 1 l.~ii i! ~ Id R
J I hacc f tIcr. ur-h,11 .,()I CLARK & Fill
I. hat tr- iprnjr.,thn t,Lawyert
Ill- 1100ic- to Iw 1il,-1-7.-cl t t till,. an cIA
lit .first Tu -scl.tc % iI Jatiuar c (oflf ea ih
..% ,tr 1114.- Itoardl lit I lre tto~r, !-Lacli
al ~iot P~ucvl othe-ir otffe-r4 of tthis
cirjpdlrltion. ha'. tu sullch INjcsr. du-r
fitsh And triniui, fit offic a a. ujac eI%-.
pllE idd by the th j Ialw 2. Tle' leilli
ing offit-.rs shall c('4'tilct tMo. bu~i-
n1.15 of thi-t torimiratliii i utiutl tho-c'
vlct-c d atI hOw first aninua II uti. tIi
?-hall ciuaIif ii iPro-aciio-tic.W KEt Off ices Over Gainesv
l.auxhitiughouic ... Gt-ii-ril Mnatiago r. E
I. flulmi'-; S.r.- barirv and Tri-ac-uro-r. I Ii. G aesville.
.1 E M aI~rltin. Iii ri- wton-IE 1. Itli eC.
W E L~aughing tc ull=. .1 E NMart in
0* 1 '1114I11111 ofi14 %%1i1 4'oiii. F. T M
tic,- (ia- rorI i -ru[ i h~l at :swtilt.' ulli
Article. 7 I ., -i-%..o .'.-1111.3 N ci r a
w!,#~t s,,I'. i tii i. gUNDERTAKIH.
ut if- irt iir.11 1(1 ii-t 1114 ior I -; t I
9 tit l% i -th f lt I i i t 1 1. 1it m- itIt ,tiu i iii7-
,.r the-hLiu- lot 0jiou t 0-ioil Il-l'rota FULL .INE
lr p i mi' t4)tlol- ii;I,.' t i 7.o- Iir, o iiil AN E W G O O D)I

I -aid to la
Artll I Sti. I t. r TL'
. l i pt aci-' of r. -lidl t i a f I ., -i c-1 it
- toh ilr-itr nt h1 ittfnll "f <.tl
tal .teeek tl l. rl- l. l t I -
\V K- Iaulllhlilhoi.. ll 7w thorne
1' ,hbare'
I: I Helnme ia wthorne. 23 shares
J : Martin llabthorne. ; ,harer
(' F" Morritn,. Ifawthoru.e 1 share
J W Peacock. Ht.athcrne 2 shares
G W Peaock Hlawthorne 2 abarels
Btatu of Florida.
Autcbua County )
O this IT? day of April AD
M9 before me personally came .

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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchan ad The

Sun to Citizen of Abhba Cunty!

Each Section Oets a Prize!

Cott to Cloe August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading busine booses
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachus county in three different sections. Thee
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
The pianos will be purchased from the A. R. Harper Piano Co., Jacksonvile.
In the event of a tie for any prie offered, a prize similar in all respects there
to will be given each of those tieing.

rT-f *tla- .lLi l Will embrace the city and suburbs and be con-
T GamsIv w m CiuM fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.

E rAnm -a.1 eut4h Rs Will compare territory from Fair-
iem al O lIN IN banks all points east and from. Ro.
chelle all points south-Waldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Campville, Micanopy,
Lake \Viw, 'Ti'ne.na andl all points along line of T. & .. Ry. ONE PIANO.

West-r-m n d iu rthem U L ac A ll comprise all stations from
W o Hgue to igh springs, Trenton,
Wannee, W'ilcox, Bell, Newlerry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered
by this area. ONE I'lI NO.

How and Where to Gt Wkre Veas my h
w and Where to Get Ballot boxes will be found Ina t- Metabli
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
San office. Votes sent by mill must be directed
V.t.s O tho _Votlnl 'Contet DepartmIet of Tk Sun.
Vo UaluesvUle, Flkwrida.
The following merchants will give one vote.
for every cent paid Into thelt establisbmeult for
g "oods which tbhy handle:
Gainesville Futrnuren Company, Furniture. Rules and Regulations
Phifer & Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co., Plumbing and Hardware. 1. The contest Is open to anyone Uving a
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery. Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by oame reputabl
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Mecicines. person, to them well knows..
L. C. Smith, Shoes and Jewelry. 2. No employee. attache* or relative of the pro
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. prietors of the abovenamed Arms are eligible to
Saunders A Earle, Groceries and Feed Stuffs. patclipate la this contest, and wllU part ciptoe i
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry. so manner.
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Moate. In the event of a miseme rut andlag bwe
edi41dates or others lnterestod ia thiu ma ,
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables. uc controversy may be re erred to tse s
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. doctors of contest. who ala are th peri
The Brown House, Mels and Lodging. qualled to reader doeslaIs.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits, Etc. 4. In the event a andldate deistes to wu
Eddine Mgf. Co, Lumber and Building Material. draw from t herace.r suot ea tddate WiM be
allowed to transfer votes trto the redtM a of e
Standard Fertilizer Co., Fertilzlaers. eidd the mm1

Old Subees'be
m vTt"

$2.50-Six months' subscription ....................... 1,900 vot
$5.00-On year's subscription ........... ........ 3,500 votes

Me. saubmfors
700 vets
imb v.e.
49500 vet

For a club cf five one-year sutbcrips, (Lo "'" .'",0t.M .80,000 vots 86,000 vets
For a club of ten six.months' subscrtitions (Ir,.- ).. .30,000 vot 36,000 vote
There is no limit to th um mer of clul eah. constant may cure.
j e re is s o lilm~it to the' ijulnlir of elula each corlte,4tallt inay uwure.

.1.00-O- s year's subscription. ....................................00 .. ets
Fr a club of ive sao-ysr subscriptios ............. ................. 6,000 vo
There is no limit to the nurmer of clubL each contestant may secure.

shllcltlin vote by ceadideates friends witi the trm
dilotritlI veto I s au by the prorltr

1, ,1 11., r ..to etlth Idah 4iti eeh l iI#1,himi 7; %%A& toilet uiil Mimi laal% rail) 140 .uterfod thomallutry
.%ni t &,!I i4A, 1 f-,r ))uilU sodaJ487? i taliaug h I.Iiiit ot'i&u&'*ks dicei~ltisit ii

l; Vi all r '(Ii


UO~ (~L I NEth tuBU1

aed 15% "bad"t .

ow ~ ie al io alw ,&ew
Merea Mee''ei S





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$1.5--Three months' subscription .....................

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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday

\I.X X V Il. I I'N2[E


State vs. It. McL. Grad). receiving
stulen goods. Nol pressed.
State vs. R. W. Woods. selling
liquor. Nol prossed.
State vs. loule Bartlett. selling
liquor. Nol prossed.
State vs. Tom Williams. carrying

F 'or Tueday's Daily u: concealed weapons. Ordered to
After having remained out from county Judge.
ave minutes past 10 o'clock Satur- Sheriff Rampey returned the follow-
day night until 11 o'clock Sunday Ing venire for the regular panel for
morning, the jury In the case of the the week: John R. Gilmore. A. E.
Statq vs. Wm. A. Bexley and Truby Wittatock. G W. Cauthan. T. R.
Osteen. charged with the murder or Pickett, J. D. Adamson, 8. H. Demp-
W. H. Moreland. brought in a verdict sey, J. A. Cox, G. W. Harrison. N.
as above. R. Carter. E Baird. W. G. Richard-
It Is rather of unusual occurrence aon. J. A. Robertson.
the convening of a court in Alachua John Hrd. colored, Indicted for re
county on the Sabbath, but owing to ceiving stolen property, was arraign-
the fact that the Jury had been for ed and plead not pilty. When asked
more than three days and nights con- if e had employed a lawyer the de.
stantly on duty. with the result that fendant stated that he had employed
they were very much fatigued. counsel.
prompted Judge Wills to call the Court took a recess until 2 o'clock
court and receive the verdict for the.
relief of that body. The Jurors left Pri ner In Cout.
for their varlous homes 'in the after-
noon. duringg the morning season a num-
The defendants. as well as their her of prisoners were brought into
attorneys. relatives and friend. and court, some for the purpose of con-
the attorneys for the prosecution, suIting with their attorneys. others
were present. for arraignunent. Among them were
The verdict was received quietly ilas Perkins and Henry Richard. col-
by the defendants. who showed no ored. who were indicted jointly for
outward signsi of emotion, and after the nurder of Oiivmr ('ato. another
the rendering of th.- verdict the' Irsl- "egro. near Alachua. a few days ago.
owners a.'rve tak.enN l';ak to J.ail. I-ir.g Afternoon Sessien.
;t-omianmied by a numiiirr of frie.nd. I'IWhen the afterLnoon .si4lon c('o:s
Attorneys for the defendants state enelsd shortly after two o'clwk. a
it they will nake- a notion in ar- eisl audience was present. A nun-.
1l of judgment. and in the e'ientt ',.r of prisoners o cupljied the Irl-oks
i i t should In over ruled. they will ,.r., tnch. hbaing twen, brought into
;,ke a motion for a iitnw trial ,. for arralgtinieit upon s 5trias..-
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MONDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. It i.titru'tion ot fth court. Sh-riff
ri fir t dia of the e se.l ve**.k it, al. d ,the, roll of tal.ct- i.e,
, the' circuit court cc( i. tcn-i4e at i r i i tol r. u
S' lek o'leida norniii.. His Honor p ,,r. HA rt1,.1 ma, O
l, k I .1 ll-. r l ,rm ., a ith
..,lr-,. "1 li11- lir,1 dlth .1 A ('ox % aa at..ent.l but
.1 .% l ,,r:,. l i ..rT ('l.rk \ i.iK i. .. ,,i l ; 1
i t t .I t li,- ta It h r ( l r t ff 4 ii l c l .
.Ic iii their r.-lj.c ti'.. l t-inl-. 1 .lnt h a .irii te|i rel :ul th'
"i flie lclhe' l l. 1 a1 .1 e B ~ re 1i.lepla, 'd e 1
1 :li,. 'tl te (JIn kr I
1 i.I. (. <. r v'.'..* \3.3 nc .1
.4 att-, of n lI \\.l i tl u t of ilh .--' i i .t : .i \
atlem ptlit t oK t i.rll-. t g Krantr.i ;l l-,I li.sh AnII.A A 1: Siimiiru e twer

I i "r
Sttdl- \' .( io Se.artIormighi, aggra
'..'"-d a fault t
State. \L. R. il O teis'. tmurd<'r eof
.1 ,. MuS.l'~0w- hl6
State .- All.rt Wa';ihigtKici>. selliing
i ncor.
Stale a N. Susan (;la'. lling liquor.

1111ts, lie A SI r Sunimte I-r." A&-
11"IA modII t imi nt e 1i rsae.s..ehii
Arraignment of Defendants.
1,11j. f,.1le 'itmi lgdofeudaint re'v r

state \%. late. Sims.. breaking and
vnit.'riaag a railroad car. N'leed not

Bloody Struggle With

Intruder in the Dark

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Absence of Material Witnesss Cased This Action.

Other Matters Before Circit Court.



Senator Sbo atrolel Two lprtat WMe

StFatt ay 1'r0ltldm i1

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s.t f t,. ;,'r.o- i% *o r. a -- ;aii
Sith i ist te en rnl,* i' e.adl nic r asuilt'
S % l. .i- Martil. ('r.,0iii .Mar
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Cavedson and Kelley.
h11' (. cs. of Ihe' State I MI
., lsi< a rvd .1. %1 K ,llh'.. chargiu
AlitI the nurtler of W. C. Seller>. eas
itridluced. then State Attorney RhI
r4 announced ready. Attorney Strip
ng,. for the defense. asked for ls
.ormatlon as to whether all the Stat-
witnesews were Iprent. to which At
(orwt.y Rhers replied that all were
recentnt except one.
As a tiumber of witesses for tb*
lefn-r, were absent, several attach
ments were issued. and the case was
continued until 9 o'clock Tuesday
In the ease of the State vs. Islab
Stephens and lou Stephens, selling
liquor, defendants failed to respond
to their names and bond estreated.
Trapp Plead Mansaughter.
Chas. Trapp. co:ured. indicted for
murder In the first degree. was ar-
ra~ged and entered a plea of man-
John Hurd. Indicted for receiving
stolen goods. was arrained. and
plead ullty, when the court aasea-
ed a fne of $10 and costs or sixty
days In all.
Court adjourned until 9 o'clock
Tuesday anoraig.

Tru DPllrS 151cunms
?rom Wdmaday'o Dally ama:
Court was called to order at 9
o'clock Tuesday morning. Judge Wills
presiding. and other court officials in
their respective positions.
Henry Richard and ittla Perkins
indicted for murder in flrst degree.
arraigned and pleaded guilty of man-
Peter Fleming. indicted for grand
lare-tny. arraigned and plead not
A xmoion in c(am~ of the State %s.
I j.I Knil *t indicated uim t,.i. .

nesses for the defense oI tMs U
by Inatructio of the eart.
Court adjourned atil 3 o'clock
p. a.
Afternoawon esio.
Court convened at 2 o'clock.
The case of the tat vs. David-
son and Kelley. murder, was agalu
called. and as sn me witnesses had
not yet arrived, the court granted a
-onsiti:ance. buit stated that the case
may wb called Monday afternoon at

resolatios from JachsvMell puteet.
Iag gatbut toh MIL
Among the meet 1l1erpt I b
aintreodaed were twO bt So oer
dn. ce of wMri wle e -M1 p
alty from te yOear to i sty l MI-
-appina. d tIhea ether that

a convict b& been depeanda wpmn
bim. pay the ally emoaS of the
bire ftom seu eonvit.
Hamo Bil Na 5. Oarter of Al s,
ixtin a penalty for he Ibreo y o
bhog vwa tdneatutolyr ptu d.

Wit tthe adoptiod of a eosutioa
acceeptin the report of tihe UI I-
ternal Improvement PImn Invetlgat
lag Coummlsk on rot yesterday i
the Heom it le p baM e that the mat-

The Hous albes r sted t~ lve
spread e the armdl ao Om ai-
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cation from W. a. Jambg ugwags
tateno t maadfe b
UaeWilnams in import
a few days agen

J. I. L etmse w -mIf th
Jury. .
COst teak a rea ai a o ls

Court eaveed at 9 *oel Wed
meday morning. Im MImer Jd m J.
T. Wills prnesMadi. States AImW'
Rivers. Sheri P. O. Ramasy. Clerk
8. H. Wie s sad ether t e*
etals In their respeltve pe--o i

J.... rfaLtl t.. -.... I, '. o'clock and State witneesses were- Pete Pleming. who was tadia aor
. ut. hi unial tre-ispass Cnd larceny. dsarged till that time. grand larceny. rm d
.41 :.1-h 111t. s..co.Id frou..,. sus de d h on xrky. bttk-- Na
nim0d Attere:-r lieratiio Ih'daim n arlnd d 't- :are of tie' State' of Florida end plead not guldy. wthdw is
i.d I',httl thl ratio Iftlat. r~acti Al Edward Parker. k har ge-d wth sell. pies and plead guilty of petit ley.
I :e livi.-,t ohr tIh. Irout.i. t mint llioer ilIi ( -ounlty which had which plea was accee by the
\Dav d aKalilit the-i ale of same. wasl Bate.
Davdson-KeIey Case. a ll h.fetdalt arrailneld. and Murder Case Contltnd.
The ca-e, of ther State- I M ea-' ,,anit to trial, after jury had The case of State va. D. M. Davd-
I Pa\l'dsln asld .lani.-. M Ke-Ie. tJ '.,.ain m orii Folur mitliaesse were son and J. M. Kelley. muar. wa
(i.irgadK with il. Isirdn.r oif "W C" 1 ,xaumi-ned by the State, and after continued until the first Monday aI
'. il.iar .I. wa.al.ain ;eid Starte uae- Ih.ariniK tbhe' cvlden.ce the jar) retired. June. owlin to absene of maltrial
inil ,e r.'tlad. l(ut tto 1,,rei. 'ri i and n is en niluuirte returned a t-r witnesses for the defense.
hii. for the. de.f-e. tatedl that two jdiit- of gull) Ik-fendalt had nio at Ca.e of State v. Ilmmml Jordan.
*r .It.1- 'e. tirn;ortast itllc.'.-b's tUrney. asking questions of the wit- murder, was also contltued util the
, r. ..ill .,h it. but *** .r.- exe.ited I.-eM himself first Monday in June.
.n th11' I non train, and the. court wah I. dita Irake. selling liquor il i
r. 0rd (Ito cltli ue c(a until thie 'outi. < 1 oti11a against the sale uf Caw of tat vs. We i il,.
.?.1 .2lt.- tT i tl .ul.'. a P arragned A l w -liquor. continued to Moaday, Jue 7.
.f. (, Ti.h- .qu-t w a ,ai'. a s arraigned. A jury wa 2 an-
l p. m.
:r. llt d btut Ihe' (-curt llnfornic-d At. Ilan eI.ld anid eworu. evJidencr submitV pm m f t. m t
'.. s T' rliitllima th:t hfonl- political to.d. arid a verdict of guilty as charg- wtate vt oor r. t
with intent to murder. matlned Sr
decision mut bet mad.' at that time. .0. ... r':.ld Thi.. sa. a ..l. r w lle
Th1'le as. of (th. Htate \% ('11i A-t in w hich defendant had employed no th trm.
kili-ona ;atiil Johnl Atkiliim,*. ensteriin attorne.. and endeavored to conduct State vs. Jimmi lnL ei
liquor. a nol pro was ordered.
.i r:,llroad dIo-l.ot wlth Iiiintil to com- ithe case her own behalf It Iwoed liq a nl
nini! A miide.nl-arloer was. introduced a rather amnuring I.roceedin. as the Sate vs. Lu is. SN
%ttelirice. Itaih efer tIc,- d-efensm, epre' :-ii'danr s aid eelfalojpolated 'attmo liquor. placed on absentee docket.
t..rn. lall. for Ih. defend pre d,..r.danlt and .ief appointed atter
,wraltel ;ai affidavit signed by the de nev" asked various questions of the State vs. Sa' W ms si
icl,;iitl that certain important arid witness. l cottUmmed or trm en mast
..t.. r...l ate e we-re ai. asad Iavld Walker, charged with assault of, llnes of dleant.
21,. .. ....- .--I .- I State vs. lewis Martin. Croina Mar-

0iir1'< 'if -, iio o ti nl ;it 1iI iin itnaI w ith intent to m uraer. withd rt'i jil.-
i. ,I '.' ..i ,. i. U Th, ci.eclurt re of lie,1 KuilIy and entered P plea of
I 1I i. -I I, t .il'i'tlie fer the a.,tull % with ill till to ( lominlll man-
', I ,, 'i s ': h t* r l,,I 1b.l l ti 0 a!ffl bltsallK ,It r
S I ., ., ', '..rr.ith W ill Sparks Arraigned.
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lie. em eli~~ el i',.i e 'mm

Another Murder CaseI
i I I ., ,

C I ',I .1

tin and George Powers. rape. ons
tinued to June U1th
sHate I (. George Poweors. assaul
aitLh linntr to rape, coAntined util
Jislt. lIlth
At II o'clock the Jurors were el-
*l s1 1 "1 U e.. *. *
Pete Fleming Sentenced.
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I. I i i lii Il"l .eiii *',t. oi
1 1 i L I. 1 1, *I I,|>|H > h III I t i U l

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Aft.e eoou besseon.

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TAI.LHA88EEi. May 12.-Much
li susuion was Indulged In at yes-
erda.'s session of the Seate. bet
nothingg of great Importance was
The Heard statutory prohibition
measure was Indeinltely postponed.
after having occupied a place o the
calendarr as a special order for ever-
il weeks.
Senator Ieard had been pushigl It
along a few days every time the
date for the special order arrived.
ind today once again moved to set
It for Thursday.
Soame of the member vald they
were tired of keeping It oa the cl-
endar. and as bo was not wllilan to
discs I t at the time a motion to
indelnitely postpone was made and
carried .
Senator Ieard protested., tatin
that he wanted to discuss the meao
ure at a later date.
Senator Bckman opposed thb
Ikuar pilotage bill. ald that measure
was aio killed by belna Indesttely
Hd mnd.
PM. BIkaman bad many lettr axi

"We, the jury, find the defend-
ants, William Bexley and Truby
Oeten, guilty of manslaughter.
o* my we all. R. F. ORMOND.

13. 19

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- -n T=IN IIS L SUN: NAY 1*9, 1"9

sawa NW* ft*am"i
Af',A1 Ash fm

so Guam OrWAI&
Qbi Ssm mt

-sel Mar 4th. 1 .:
toI saw of o w.:.. s
Bid 2O"!^ 211
o s b regular awsele.
L. ~. c aaJ. w.
:'.* J||- 5., IT.ha-4 Ie.
A nda dF.. Thsro .

~s ..o ifti e gw orders:
W VIL l e w ibP ais

Ia Olk W. eK i o, -at

sli ab ii 6m f w.
-. a.

alil, 1 aaIW. o

.e us. i. a a. ,mm;
,b S a ea. ;
S= a.o w a|; T. R Wa.

SO ftM&. IL bMi. a

; "adllaa. IP. 0maim. e4 k. $dg11:
S -amm-. IL4L -----

S -t: M. w. I, ,o, m s 3.

i T. H1, ll; 1t. m or.
*l .; V. C ag. ra ogt
Ii U A D A amobo :.7w;R. hl
C L sPSnbo

NIO WG Ommme -Ik or ruro, e

i *n- u- ht 18 ot_ e^^-^i---: H.
6135; 3 11; P. -. ,

L e aa4; IT. A. Wns vm erh .
s s els.; J. od waok.
%A% J t 1ash, end waelk

WF- 1e h. e Ieo. M 1 .1; Uo Ch.
Mll, a le. -. a: a. mw
sge ad a OL aed pm*a&.
l ; AW. BW.s, R ll eag.
MaL N 6131 fmrd red wlkmm:

9. O. aP. 6m Ja;l. W7. Jn 0 I)m
1 1 d sweek

P 3* .6 I e, maad week

a; w.st,. W; Paau. 1oo d road* .
1 JaL. I; ToTraw, Ue. .r.ad ;
pMvea w .;L m. ra mO ReA i
le.ses, l Md l reatd o ; n$ r:J..

M Ow. S; D. AdkiO Ilo. r' a
d; 6OM I Alet.ra 1er,.10; H. C.
gewssy a.3; W. C. Ramsey. fedai;
P. i mlss. 139; s. Ha. le.ting

$O1 ; 4;O.P. Cas.s, IM ; W. LMn.
rid o Owensl Cos. and other.

per la mat be mppred rlad ane d paid

tL W. M. Ward fr u; po. nt mse.
W l 44;S; 5. 0L Wynn. o, t.7hr,;
T. I dea IlA d; J.ea1 ford.
611 0.Wr ver uoa $12.10; H. C.
IMalMy. 6K.PS; W. C. Hages $#.10;

KeA.e ezy O$2.90; S. a., Thuasg.
6od r;ad. D. Camsblia. U:79; R. L

lme $6r. 0.e a1itd or rad hand

mo W. ha. nArd Isras u ort u lw to

further order of the board
That A.. ('hamblln be appollle.dl
haspector f amarks and brands I Di
trict No II
That the buI of J. N. Iea, K.
R. Turuer. W. J. lhok. Chaa. r
JeahLsi and W H. Tucker. a no.
il- wpublit., w approved
., m toe bumd vf J. AL Svvrtt asI

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huhlt Embis

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9 -- L dsik k
WSpmL I=1.sm
"it a pft I kly
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o u
qag OW a- a smi of

"A eMMtIm1 1- -_ tew a

atlof I the peace Distrkct No. 23.
ad S. C. Harman. District No. s.
be approved.
ThLt pemm grated to W. r.
VW T. IM Thems. C. P. fowler.
T. C. a m B ea. O Green an C. 0.
lsbamn to eanry revolver
That the petition of the cttlaien of
S0 I strdet No. 21. Alacha county.
a-kng lor a pblie road tro Bell
to S t Perry. e the Santa r iver.
m raMe fim divditlag Rus 14 and
IS, e O ,,r as peible. be Wated.
mad that J. L- Nseum. H. M. Co nas-
I ad N. Kelly are appo cited to
ki dK sr d a repo tleir
-dl at the -aet rIflr metis
of as heard.


MBLROS. MayI .-A represeta-
vWe of the U. Golokical Survey
D-partmet wasu towa on Thue-
day. Charterlag the "-Irema" he
teoa asmad ig allaro ad the lake
aheat a quarter of a mile from shore.
and als, the middle. From here
be dove to Lake Geneva for the
-ame purpose. The results will be
as to the topoarapMlal map of lor-
IM, sam to be loed at Washlntom.
A very good job was dome recently
by W. H. UL ia shortenins the town
lagpole. whihb wua 106 feet tall. by
awlag It d level with the ground
ad ndroppag t Into a new'ele dug
dee to the old stamp. whieb had be-
ga to rot. About 5% feet were tak-
S off.
Qaute a crowd of the young men
are enjoylg a camp on the shore-% of
lake Geneva. vislltig partihw going
out to spend the day wita th nm.
Tbe temperature during the pa-I
cold snap fell to an average of .'*
degrees alth a rainfall of .6 0 inch-*.
C. P. Hulnman has returned from
his visit to Lake 'ity. bringing hi,
ason. C. P.. Jr., r hb is a tudent(li at
Colubmia Colle'e t lere. sith ilih:.

There is more catarrb in thible sP
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the- I.rt
few years was supposed to bIe I ir
able. For a great many years dc-
ton pronounced It a local diswa e and
by constantly falling to cure with 1o
cal treatment, pronoulnce-d it ir, ur
able. Science has proven catarrih
to be a constltutl,,til disumea aind
therefore requires constitutional tr< at
eat Hall's Catarrb Cure. manufac
tured by r. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo
Oioo. Ia the only constitutional curt
a the market. It is taken Internall)
nl doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon
fl. It act directly oa the blood and
mucous surface of the system. The>)
oler one hundred dollars for any

ease It aills to cure. Iend for clrcu
lar ad testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENKY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by drggaists. 7fc.
Take Hall's Family P'il for con

Hyacinthe Caused Man's Death.
JACKIHn NVII.I.r.. .Mla 1*. ,1.1
uHobluou, prmeildeilit of Il. It(ilIl,.oei
lule tianle' Co ipal i) ef tI Ii l, .
drunsed >16t-1*, 1111 i 4IcK "i .8
Suiall rr-ieek t a, I,. isisu,' fIiii, iI

I Mr lo. luoI s V II a n 1 ita li i I. VI .
ie" fe'l c r~0tle> I Ii ,I li *i, ii( I
cauglii uider a I t.., of I .' ..i Iill.
pre-%esti tiln a frI 11 I I -ll1t i ito
surface-. ThLE i,.e 'y his te, s. *

Cure bab)' croup Wlllie a daull
cuts and bruise-s. Umams a m ore throJt
grandmal laslesse a Ir 'l Thomiuu
lK|,e.t rle 4 iI- thle great houarbuldj



New lunldy Celwn Ordinan Paw-
4e Which Ma-es Cecrain e-
strictaen-Ot4her WMatter

fovl Suada a Dally 4en:
The ';t( Council m-t in .idourned
season 'riday evening g itb Presl-
dent Iroome.. Alderni-n iturnett. Co!
clough. fGont's in. Graves. Phlfer.
Poind and C(lrk IkNll present.
Alderman Corlcough moved that
the Iluilding Committee be Instructed
to bold up the building permit for a
team laundry Just south of the are
Atatton and that they confer with Mr.
Pickett and see If he cannot be In-
lu(ted not to build on that lot for
laundry purposes. Carried.
The Committee on Claims made
the followlag recommendations, which
were adopted by the couacl: That
tbh taxes of James Cellos not be re-
deed, as the property) m question sl
a-emeed too low m ;o that the taxes
69 J. Manas- and Phifer & Morris.
em their sks of meehandisea. be
rdaeed to 2.M6, to eomform with
the assesments of othbr,lrms doing
buness of the rme class; that
James Murray be adowe to meet all
tralas with ol 6 nh walo until the
ew revenue law Is paoed by the
council ad approved by the mayor.
The report of the street Conmmttee
reardtng eulvr across weetwater
bramcb. em Meeaale street, was re-
ceived. and upon vote of four to three
was ordered contrast ed accordlag to
plans and speclcatlons by W. A. Me-
Nally for N627.17.
Alderman Graves moved that tie
communication from W. 8. Broome,
regarding paying back fine of N.
Prancisco. be referred to Law and
Ordinance Committee. Carried.
Alderman Barnett moved that Ordi-
nance No. 177. being an ordinance
amending Sectlon 7 of Ordinance No.
128. be placed on Its Irst reading.
Motion carried, and ordinance was
read. when Alderman Burnett moved
Its adoption on first reading. Car-
The rules were waived and the or-
dinance was placed upon its second
reading, and the fret section was
rv when Alderman Phlfer moved to
amend Section 1 by sub-tituting after
the word "doors." on the twelfth lnt
of Section 1. the following: "Drut
stores and apothecary shops may
ol'n tbh-ir place, of business from
' to 10 a. m. and from to 4 I,. i.
on Sunday for the pur, ,- of filliin
pr-esri itilis at.d r p;.li ing t >ho-.' In
11--1E i f 11'1 i ( ill tie itll t he l same. II -
It-ls I;uardailit houp,-. ice'* f;actori.'-.
v.,!k *;.hr.- uid tli.*ry -t:ahl.- rhlall
lik.clise- te- exemrlt( from the iruo i.-
itosli and inatltif... of it:-, ordinance."
V(ote as Utken oni tie anal',idnentit
and adolpt.d.
Section 2 was read. and upon le 0
tion of Alderman Ilurne tt. ado;lc(-ed<
Alderman Iturn "t iovwed to adopt
ordinance as a whoe-k on second re ad-
lag. Carried.
Ordinance as plac'rd en its third
reading. Roll call. i\eery nin.lb.hr
voting "1" c :e'i'ct Alde-rmnzin (;osldwin.
who ao(ed "No." Thieit titl, an i
adopted uionu motion of Aldernunll
Alderman (;ravr~e naie~ved that the
Iaw and Ordlnanic ('onulnlittl'ee bring
In an a n anedndentl to the bichicele ordi-
ntli Alderman Pound nmo\ -d that the
l'rintisg ('onrilmittee hIb aulhorised to
IIiake Ilece'.sary arraginicemntlt to ha\~.
ih.- clty ordlnanc'e printed Carried.

Alder-irnat hife'r moved that the-
loireet Consssitte- hale- the sater
tIeuightits c ravel d ilwirl~y an~d W#-ea
mIru -I i m t r el m w lihll. ifel %%it h %a at -*-

A ldlermian turne-tt woo%.itIl i-t IL..
deed-ft froua Mr. Agns-.s To adl,.t.iIt.
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THE lAINB8VILLs IN: 1MAY 13. 1909H




Mr. H. McCreary Re Elected
Treasurer of the 8?'te Div.eson
tt St. AugLsto e -C' Cver'e.or.




A ., By Lydi- E r'ifSam's
'" "..3 '5 "". '; ;. Vegetable Compound
<;. :. l.. < l.t r .. ,' ,I i,,,..r..l ;Arline'r. M aine I h.v I .it :
r. 'gils t ion. '.re.i -' rer fr-~ ..s.11 .. L -t' '.
The J. .1 Foill c'i f i o ;.I 11, 7. 1 1"" '11P tt ".-Vt" to 11e i i:1t4
'li1. ae a~ ar,,t Ih I., I 'ue i. *'! l t .* ,. I it
Il for the' lo.s.-t hi-.,,.il i exhisi't .uri ei:tiV' t i.'p t t.
Mrs .Johis It r..itlor i h tii h. (l.ritor ho-.Sp:Btal fior '.
ma n iit i.e 41Id to the office' of r.- II I i;ll.nl. l'tLt I
IIrdIg ; rta thik of i. I I de
The mu.dal whii.h :is the school f-urii.hihg theI l,,- **.s ,- F I'inkhalm''s g-
on the record of Florida ihollil rs in etalle (Comlpillcud
a m_, ,- l anat iveT4 sh
the armnes of the, (onfeetrate.s .11, -tia wles ntirol)
was won by I'hillip .Mayes- of the I'ii- cur ed after thnre
varsity, and Mesdanme L. W. Jack months' use of them."-Mrs. S. A.
son ad J. I. Kelley were al, )ited WILL Ans R. F. D. No. 14, Boz'l3,
OGrdhlwr, Me.
.as a committee to brave same. e.ngrav No woman should submit to a urgi
ed and presented to the younz r, *n. cal operation, lhich may mean death,
Kirby Smith Chapter was honored until he has given Lydia E.PiiAkhams'
Vegetable Compo made elelusive-
by the selection of its president. Mrs. y rom ro and herb, a fair triaL
H. H. McCreary. as treasurer, which This famous medicine for women
position sheh held during the past has for thirty years proved to be the
year most valuable tonic and renewer of
the female organism. Women reid
Other State officers elected were: ag in almost every city and town in
President. Sister Esther Carlotta of the United States bear willing testi-
St. Augustine; First Vice-President, money to the wonderful virtue of Lydia
Mrs. C. W. Powell. Jacksonvllle; res Pnkhaei's Vetable Compound.
It cures female ilI. and cretes radi-
Second Vice-President. Mrs. Mary ant, buoyant female health. If you
Hardee. Jacksonville; Third Vice- are ill. for your own umke as well a
President, Emma Perdue Sebring. those you love, give it a triaL
Mrs. Pltkham, at Lya, Mamss.
Jacksonville; Fourth Vice-President, Iale all S k woat Leun t art
Mrs. Edward Itadger. Ocala; Record rfi radvidle. Heradviel lBfr
Ing Secretary. Mrs. John M. Taylor. 8"4 always i elWO L
Gainesville: Corresponding Secretary.
Mrs. Avarez. Stake: Registrar. Mrs. MISS PEARL COX.
J. W. Stephenst. Lake City; Chair- --
man Soldiers' Home 'onmmitte. Mrs. She has left us ftarling Pearl,.
W. J. Cook. Jacksonsillle: State Re Dearest daughter, sister, friend;
border Cros.wes of Honor. lMr. W N. Kind and losing to all.
Minton. Monticello. Ev r faithful to the end.
It was voted to hold the next con- W, shall miss the dearly loved one
ventlon during May. 1910, at Ocala, As we journey on life's way.
Florida. Itut time will heal our wounded
LOCHLOOSA NEWS NOTES. If we only watch and Ipray.
LOCHIAOOSA. May l1. M.- l Emma I'ra) to Him. our loving Savior.
McEwen left Friday for a few days That we may as faithful be
stay sith r.-lati%.\e and friends at A. the one that has goneI tbfore us
Port Inglis. T- cross death's dark bca.
Iloawell JohMson of (;enoa. Fla.. 'hus it is or loved ones least us.
-.cnat a feI das alth his brother.! \Vh,,t ,;o calls Ihnim for lit-. own
t T Johnl.son. here. l. t s w- k And takes them up aniong the' aiin .1. C Ca.-te. li lia. nIiA .ed into tiiown 'Io the, l t e c'vla.titli home.
*1 is IK<4 UI> nlial 1 1f \V'hitl' house
3suli i e of I.-!alid (ros i i. I lilu, in grief se, ha s to bear it.
S i h -t .il \ Anil Mil fare,,ll ti ;i (i h rih hedw
a r la-tl Sutuirdan rIIil l1
T lll 'se time*r aae snu follwc
I th. I ..be i i is at.7.,tt cl d : 1
S hia .i-e

s hri* pl4ti 'i l frslmi thill. tA'it ion asnd I'-'i1 f, lotingt % oi., i- -till Tholioth
l 1 I.tair l'r't-s w ','i ,'* rr <', \ i**d. .ll li I r Ite iu"-r i nlaIi -ir.ili s *- ;: 1,\l
i :.li y 1 n $ 1 .i l tot S.* -" .r. s ';ie'l d .. 1. >t I* .., 'olilig ;t Iliris
\ \\sill in-i I ti i t Are aiti.s a I ii| l .ll t i ti s I. t i .I e I .. i o in t n a.ii .l.
V i'l~l lll-ir~i Il'l" 1 A l ;Iii I- 1 ll d 11 -111, Ill,, loo-Ii ~l,*l l Ii .1 I'-ll I liti
,lit l .. ih ll,' ,.til l: ,t 1- :ai ill llt 'w ill In- listo'le e l I", I
"I .l ,h, -li l 1" ,! i1 t ill! I. Ill; t hli il; ll hl I 110it ll l.i I 1
aI lI. k ->il* 1I. I ..i '' li 'I I 'h. l'o IlIg kiliili,.- Tr iliou li -t
I| N; M ililt '1 ,il al. l' fl ii sli el fit.' is < l I h( ir l, :rll o ll ulii
I :i t o i -l:al i i s i.i K ": ilil ,. u of t rtIt il a iiil h t nI i i < is
lV iFowp l I .1iil tiltr lI ,i.t r* tl ,. l iits h rt ;it le- pr l it ail for tith 't1
* ill) nio 's u i ll I'liN'-. 4 freli 1 t1 i.t I 0 'h, ~I O h it lte. taili) lif
S I \ 'l. \\ ar l k' I w i.- i ri, lL,-I i ilnl.r Ithe .u-li lead s oil
I .lin il .rlt i ir i ,.' tlit. I e. .ii I.w i t -r e..#- lti ,'i v li .'ii
(. \\ S' s !- of I i.sio! G r., .- p i.at tiah. i .srl i ;,il0' i. untolld
I.-t Sunida ii Ailh l.i l,...xlil, --
I .iliI. The' ahlei I -'i -ll *a ritte.i> lh
Mrs. Phillips departed Friday for M!s- rtl IHoltirlt.. of Ia('ro<-e, a
lir bomie in Macon, Ga after a ple.Ms- a O-iig fri.-nd o)f lthe d ui.t stay lith relatives here.
W. it. oue left last Monday for LETTER TO T. W. SHANDSI
. i sse% i'. lwhri e e will atted ( saille i Florida.
' rT Ikhr Sir Hlire .the- paint situa
It A Adkins made a busliniat. trip In at a ga .
toi Starke Frid.;\ s Ikl,'s, ,Idtak, e.ls KgullOni for a job)
Sithan ;mo odlair paintii
Many Wvsak. ntcrvl'ous soimurn ha\.- f i,tt 114 ,i C
i,.* n restored to, health I, 'ioleiv's Yi'ur- truly %
Kidnev Ren'd)y as It tlniulato'a the. : V IE*VI & ('c

. u i- e. s, - th .- i i I l a i It. I z I'h
too h-1, vktl 6.imi "Ih, Ill I .
's&.ti satt er f roimlathe' blic d hat ur ii earVst
I a do-p .' r t lite'ist l-v'si b l I- i t i r%
4 to e'hau1 Sen idt t chli r il *ts'lit
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ter asdilsaK the' lig Sit ek

WYibsf ,bo ,a, Ibaif us. eu~rofl sai
l'o* ~ ~ tbi uefa@ i bNrc DJf.~i OsfowfGaO
wellwoot Owi ebiwr ~oud &ever be
wu IMg aoa nf Muib Ur.P S a sa Pow
4es fl CWy, s. 1 easfor a uad bue~ i %be we-
so 1%01mo otmap cidS Cur* Vse ohb

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Hearing r'oStpow unr rl Fyridy by
Mayor Oavie-Col. Broome to
Lefe'd the f

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l.asi i..*! It v:;ake' na .*ff rtt
11,,- 'Sunsda% l.~~a~ordhis.,ote In
:Ikut it make's ce'rteina ilpcrittiiliri'twi~ti
-it will lee' argued ons ne'xt Frid:t'

I Hailhtion. drink
derlt. was Conltinued until
Sam Conk. drunk and
war fined $1o and costs
days on the streets.
Lula White. drunk and
was discharged.
A. F. nradley. riding

without a eight, was fined
cost s.

and ldis r
or twenty


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$2 and


Comments n Resnlutine by Marion
Camp Ne. 4S, U. C. V.
Editor Sun: I see in The Times-
V,'nitd o April 30th. 1909. a set of
resolutions sent up to Tallahasee
from Marion Camp No. :6. 1'. C. V..
requesting a change In our pension
!as. Their reason given is that the
)reMoat levy of four mills is mnade-
luate to Ieay us old fellows and our
widoswt at the present rate. therefore
they s ggest a reduction to one hun.
dred dollar pewr annum of all Iwn-
Mions. Next is a suggestion that
there be lnitsIectors appointed whose
duty It shall be to swear uw and
make us prove our sren ce, which
we had to do before we e er got a
Mind you. now. that same resolu-
tion provide that the inspectors get
their pay for their services out of
the already depleted penuion fund.
rhat tieing the cam'-. would it not
It* a very ea, y usatter for thowe In
r-lectors. fnlding a alan out of the
Soldier'k lHome anld with a little prop
erty. to report him unworthy of a
Imenai ,t. ..o tlh..t tlhe" .;real.lt levy ot
four lillls would be fulfflient to gIe
a fe-. m ;til.n'rr. $Slo in r annum and
la'u\c H ioiMid halancei to plti the' In
r.lHeetofrl' ilth. Holy Mou 'l
Now.. Mr Vdilor,. I c'aiiiiot lw.liv*-
tlihat thoee.- reolutiois i -re' fornits
i. < ti' I n114 1 li [ll 'rrse-i itiroist .
t.* *ai i.I. thl firia- lil I thi-..
aI lil i, 1 1. Il ii-' I .' l iot- l tl I tUp cot
Itifit- ei.-L irl-. r I isIatger Ii. As iii %s ho leIti
lke I s h:ll.a e h l l off's- of i .o~s 1, tar
I' thit I tIh kll ill ti* h s i t'rlir llt. ha.
i li lthe la.i t I, 11 iti ;:.e l to kills A
I 1ia ii at -.idi bl utl 'allis p No .'*. is. it i
libastl' to r.alte- son:.'1 tali '- offlei -..
forIot to ( xaniline that nct anld find
oiit s hat it Isa. S i of t hat
.(,l te;:. ou ,oun u l.te rd tl; right
aild liiak-. it lii uit il eli -.t Illioti tlhe
toi i-rf-orim the duty re-uol\%d lt
'Calmp No. ."6 for those iinsitctors to

I cannot think for a nionient that
the young manholod of our great
State' will suffetr what few of us real
veteran, there are to go to the Sol.
dlers' Ilonie for the- sake of lnlling uao-
i.-*l oniffl'.
I lish to iay). In conciluhlon, if ecl
.ry ~i, tiii% hi the State is as slld at
Tall na s-.e.e, a old Alachua. with the
lionior. l,.l- .Se iiatior Ml('reary said
I.l*re+ ]..l it a's ('darti r and tLk ke.
w l .it r i *lo rie- til' re ar now lit
II. A IIIa ii Ill t 1 ,.l \ ill' f* ;*i
Ysiir- .e Ia riil .
SF I' t)IKK-i
I.. a('ro i M lot I'At*'i'

ppy Reunion.

r'!sew AutlisdIa Li v ) -Sui,
i 1t'll hi % I I I lait il, C! .

f it 1s.&dIt- Is 4,11 I r t I l I
IIt 144s1 oil' IM. sIt' e l I.
WA 16. r 1-.9 S I5 lauist tee d's iiiUe pis
.haaaelt 'I'llv' 0 c iji-oll % S ,a a lefits
Altl 0c1i0' Iado1d" Lererku aliyI) b' tic'
it- iiier inure cI K. Mtat tei &lid 5 Ie'-
* tio 1.-ft ),,-,.t.rda) fe lotheir leW field
IJof latoet' at Maeosas. N S Y *he-re
Rev Mattu& has accepted tIcall tI a
ihurcb of bib do'mou&Bntkub

U roe have towad saythia o I
14 b uVS* aI "We" O*mb

Vagaries of a Cold.
YoU fcali i r-\'.r It'* <(iiI'e- ure *h a ro0
:i i.old ir- gelari K lt hilt soll lin the- fall
tiaid iltr if tIl. ^ l.e-t i tll ih Ib tS lm
produI rlii ag re ipalin II tis buli
mlijr it Iai 9 %'is 0 >o101 eclo *lith diar
rilrem i or Ullasllmi'r. ioUhllliit l Ii ol
Iw alaraeid inor torniaist sl urs-lf with
fear. of alplw-nd l itl( ocr Inlaiamnatiou
of th,- Ite-l. At tIh.r finrt ign of the
pain or 0 raIim take- P -rr' l0iit' Pealu-
killer II L arlim sLe*-.-tnl walter aad
relief ill naw *atl iase There is but
m* Palakiller. Perry Iriavl It il now
put up i a larWge 3ec lsse as well as
t Lr regular bloc *Ie
no 01111111 OEM8W so" Mof

Mlt h of hth- chronic lamenes in horses is due to neglect.
Sec that y," r horse is not allowed to p lame. Keep Slnan's
L.iniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness.
It'i wonderfully penctrating-ic-g( right to the spot-relievs
thi s.rcnns imbers up the joints and makes the muscles
cListic and pliant.

Sloan's Liniment
will ki a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind pffs and wol-
len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney,
founder and thrush. Price, soc. and S1.ao
Dr. Erl S. Sloan. oo Mme.
o.bwas0boawhoews.Gemoe.abseApesaftpenM" be&



JACKSONVI I.1l;E. May 10. At a
at. hour last night Robert Aldrich.
a well-known citlrzn. was shot and
killed by J. G. Cross. superitendent
of the Florida White Presed Brick
Works. who mistook hli for a bur-
: r
Aldrich, who had been out Ishinl.
%as returning home when darknesr
overtook him and Ibe became lost.
After wandering about for some' time
he went fo Cross' bome and the lat
ter. mistaking his mission. hot himu
three tims. ctusing Instant death.

A Card.
This is to certify that all druggits
are authorized to refund your money
If Poley's Hoey and Tar falls to
cure your cough or cold. It steps the
cough, beals the hleus sad prevent
pneumonia and coasump*nom Con-

tains no opiates.
a yellow package.
* Co.

The geslme Is in
J. W. McCollum

To All Whom It May Concern: No
twice is hereby gives that sixty days atf
ter this date there will be a bill latro
duced at the 1I Mseseiom of the Flor-
ida Lislature for a special law for
Alachua county to proiblIt he shoot-
Ing. htbuting or killing of mall for
three (3) days out of each week dui
Ing the open season.

Itih' It h' Itch'-Scratch! Scratch'
Scratch' The' more )ou scratcb the
worm- the itch Try loan's Ointment.
it c're'r. ile's. ezenima. ansy skin Itch
iiW All drumlits woll it.

ssUmANbbe c~AftL

DR. 0O0. &. WALDO,

som p Us I Ain b Lef t sku

uM&N m.aa.

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Oraiam Building. East Me
sret, North.

A Specialty.
My famlUy Lo.M I Pwl t Ilnist
you Uad materldy 4dLm th
east o yew dmal wlrt.

Pheme St.

SThe growth of this Bank is proof con-

clusive that its business is being con-

ducted in a manner highly satisfactory

to its thousand patrons. We would

Appreciate somn of your bsineLs. : :


C. A. FAIRCLOTH, Cashier


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l iY ~Will on meeting w at
t o May 1Ui msd9th and
welar ed in t he ultare of the

wd to address the m-etais.

ItMr WIW bao dou't like the
Ma of the Legislature providing for
Mi nleamk chair at Jacksoville. He
Se: "Tes. It's i -tg just a little
U a r when our admirers contend
it ero the legal exerutionsshould
Mhel nd *Made in Jackson

C ipr b-ks ea& be had by pa&bf

V wa n Saw.-Lh City Iadex
1 -"- -rU b

T LLa-e CKy adWs says the
Chapter ase a b a tami ad

s- --M ati- at eto ahe eourt

S away t r ther poM ad to that If
tey Mle toa r o-a itey wouldea
e killed. The eopaty went dry by
a majority, of Cty vote y

The Board of Public lastrction of
oga pLl w atoa ato ptee u rhallts

gffhnohe of ete cobety eaplod
Ia laor or ur te er who

an ro had at le(o p Ietro sl

masathe* sm eeaafl espwrtleace* as
Steacher in the public schools or
eight months' usperieace la teachissc
aad eight months of urmal umraluitsa
in a rodlhasle asunral school. The
l-atea of this reasutoa lo a t ai
tala the parMat high steadiag for
tashr a the Voeato county high


O*N s"

18. ordertag the brigade of lufanlrr)
oomrislang the military fort e of the
State. into camp at Ilack Point. on
the t. Johuir rter. for it annual
tour of afid duty, coaluiencflli Juinrc
I and covering a Iwriod of rIlit dla).
)ays The Tisilel'ouln
The general order Jjut il.ue I
makes It prohibltory for etimiiiildilim,
officers to take Intu ('raip ll. i li' r
aho has not re'e-lled arriuor" Itrilll 4iel
lustruction In the c-litcol ( theI -ol
dier." ad guard dut%. for .at I'le.
four *seeks -l rior to the dalur t t .he
eur mpAlulestl Thisn Jlroitsl is *a* in
wertid for the rie-aoon at i re'.",us fi'ld
*airrcle'a of the troiIp hhetre thIe)
hate parUtcipated with the re.iular
army, many soldiers were found in
the raaks of the ariutas org lsailsati
*bo had rwrived ahbs utely ou rdl
me-tary ltruarkesu before laalag
bume 1ta11i16 ThMs fact a as nRad



The TImate am takes the ftlo*.
g view of e attite e t the Lest
Ih reive to a e Walles eaI:
"Wed de ot Bre the merts of the
Waell lae aga-st the tate of
Parfes We know that Cot. Walle
was emptred to collect the Indian
War etas. aad that after years of
fort or the elleeteio of this claim.
Congress at last passed as aet making
an appropatiou for Its payment.
The ctlam i been paid. but we do
not know to what oetent the efforts
of Col. Walle coatrUuted to the ultl-
mate success ta making the edlec-

"All this is a matter for proof, and
the tr ibual for the submission of
proft is a ar ot of the State that
ea heb telsmomy ghen under oath.
and make ks decIaom on the merits
f the evidence unfettered by any
other eam-eratM. Th Legislature
mae a mistake whA It rfuad to
amg the emtn to a ea-Alderatl 'of
Wgem em. end it may have dome a

The l~lalrebw -- a mistake.
ter it a eN IN th attitude either
let deit she farhsa a of the PorMa
Seges er tde Ie.em.-e of the Polr-.
M a jarwrs. or aelse put itself on
reerd as favolg labbey. aIs is
adslemmi strm whibh the Legila
ta- ea-t emeIpe; web beor will

Flui jui e Ges ,he a Hulls
Well" -w W Just daft &@mtat the

PiI, Softe wu IllL Gdialerift
$y w I t a jt Iet to whti
he to Oft entitled; or dees it wish

S bn the peitlen rrON eb
A a te M righo ts?o

"e at am sret ta k eithe r

b s of 1 di emanotm a we hefo
Lsea a oe w IN merlsnt letsI
latv M la 4 Legsitue wropoROld

uau of Ula dcai efI law. and owi
setly he sStaerpiate i townt
daw t ad wer pwey oe. aq that

draw lo alrle or # make a goo-
thy an autoeeob.ll a Jer.-esy sa ore-
plisof eas esgart suee as the s

At lwrer tou e of alorar. len ai

Ing ld.le ds arid nt eit- Or el -o.
l the dbtdodskt art. ng hon-t aitel
ald d a t l to lad eemptio, blaw
wboi hie s disthosest on unlaw-
maf deadbeats. Unless a man Is
walth 400, he asnat be sued for
a debt, and so, when a merchant lets
out his geds on time or promises.
he sever knows whether he will be

pai d fo their or dat,n ays The M
ami Metropolis.

MVe all evew whit md ake good
use of this dlaw useful law and owe
nearly all the medbhats ari town
and never pay one. although they
draw good salaries or make a good
living at th i trades. A -at way
buy an automobile. a Jer..'y ow. or
anything be pl aes. d nout wyou a111t
not touch him alary. An hercnit iian
.a-- hit. deIA a i td n...!, lic l U
thae debtdeuderv are not hoevet en'l
ad neld a law to land the-mi b-hind
iron bars where they belong unless
they pay their debts.*
Very few white men take advant-
age o tblh law unless they are ad-
ll the dead-bral edquari. The
t straight-fors aid mate. Whee
knows he owes a debt aied trIc- to
S It as bet e can. n-da no

neele the law, but he should not have
it to protect him.


OrficIal general orders have been
issued from the general headquarters.
of the Florida State Troops, locatedl
at Tallaha-*e, under date of Aiprel

and 21. The meetings
have been growing in

Importance and interest from year to
year. and the twenty racond meeling
promises to be no exucptlon to thi.
The railroads have granted to the
members a rate of one fare plus 2.,
cents for the round trip. and the' h'-
tels are making a rate from 11 tt'o '
The Peop)le of Daytona are .... *piarln:
to entertain the meniclb re ith a
steanier rl:e- usi tli, f.ani ,w ilar;i
rii-er. anad ;l to nnu*- the m ailtl)
mioble ride-s through the' twbinf.il
jvllenle% ctrriudidlia the' 1(it
Iliel ,idc- i the attracti<,ii~i th.t th.
IDayteona I 'oCl, (-s ia \t'i th. mtirni
b-ra cran c e'iijv all ,lI a-ur,' tih it :
IwN'iuiful l-wach can furni-lih lihr
oooth fishinri and t.ithli:- calli Ie .
joye-d t;.'tL -nll thi' Ii **t.-ti: -
Any l *rscoin I;:t.r -d iin Fi lril i
can bticomia, a mioembe.r 1by riliiIt.aiI
St to thlc P-' re-lary., ahich %Ill eItiti,
then to a certificate of nlcnle-ir.l:tli
anId a copy of itr- ieroe'edlii,., w tciwi
lIublilhed. Sa'ld $1 1si 0 ).aint-.r
Secretary. Jac kr-onall.'. and Ib- ltur
to scd It at least three da:a. letfora.
the flrst day of the- metlting.

The Jacksonv'tle Primary.
JAC'KSIONVI. I.E. May 12.-The
first princar) for tionlillation of clt>
officials occurred" ),'te-rday) F ol
uia>)r reu. T 'hriatier received 3.1l
W. I. Jordan. 1.41i. and \W II f .
bring l..14. Me -ar. Jaordajn anid
Sebring will so into the .'cio d Irl
( I1) Ackerl) for retrcotler A.ll AI.
auder ta)> fur treasurer had ice, l'l)e-
For comrwlroller J. It Iklhil r.-c-, i
4ed 1.11 I A 1:; h. '*1 I. 'I
4;r. i lt I ,'**
'1lle. :., f(a, tllt. I e11111 e II jilaii
.lliia w ill I-- tlhi l cllet I ll t e -4 4arl
prllinat | I. e*e II A I* r%% ,ihl .411.I
(hairl-a 1 Atl>lct I I. *. *. far iI,.
fn V .a i ill l.it 11 i I thl- I .* .- .rr c r-
Iees \\ rr lei I ,, I" A t, .l i ,
;.' % Ih dl, \' I ,I < ,
6"a, awnd .1 resliei 4' .I Ilreu -' ''
In the' ctl marhlil sa ir< .s1
Ikalu lgi c4.Eouei. ciuI duIal A l :l 1 I *1
but he all hav1e to aistl'mr Ihe hoiiior
itlh Ellis tladdcl it 6 **ia i,,Jd ir

am W-a ads b g wr aue

-- -- I

irK,. th i.t ;i io'w trial In- Kr.r t4l, *
0II. '~ ,l..1 s w ilIl I eu M ulli itto' l
ll .I iliL t it. titij --*" t for I.1a --
-iintcenrc'e aid for ans motii oni, fhat
tre, d fcnl darlt's -ouiliel id --ir f' I
iimake- Tlh re, will. of cciur-c. ,to. Ie
ii snal ltiot l ti Ir i l i 't a ,' th'i \, I
lirt lie nl alii l tl .' we igit tr e \i
'I I at '- a l e tr .t ti .eI l it t f .I
cni t',;lartle il jur\ f' .itiii,' I!a,' oe1eu it-
S artu;re ir. ii., th -.toa-r et \ | o-l |pI lel .' -,I
i.ra IloisH .ii,. te a e ie- trial

Sad Death at Willrston.
Little' Edward. the' eihlte(en-tiaonths-
clil aoni of Mr and Mrsl M II i
Ifill, w ax taklrcn froin i .art h I
home hv Him that ltweth all thli <'
wsell. Mondu t'\e-tiing. Ma. ::rd. at
*; o'rlIctl k
The little fellow wa s stricke-n iwlth
lholenr IInflant un aoutit feor weeks' h
fore. hil d-eath, i nd. although i,. w ;t
attended h the. le.nt iph)eiai-,ia that
could be had, and tenderly nursed by
one of the Illciset altreill\IC- ailc. i iet
Mefficientl IIU rurP 1Mir. Slltl|l- fi -f
(;ailn-i lll< h- ir.ailiidu llm I, w w ..k
e-r unti l i.- f ll# tN 1 .1 '
'rn fVite i l CI n i a I i( oii
el I t I(, % II l I MKe el o 1 I'. '
1 I, IIh I I 11!- t Ihl I

I .I-1I

ci'' I tej

l I -~' I I 1. il l l t l i I) tI Il i l i
1, I *a i ihe l if. f I 1 i *l i i i I*i1 I
4. r < 1 n, il lI ft il. I, .1li l I, tc I n i
S.d1 .trl | Ih 1,11 I hllI ,ll ,.
i, .i* a ,ll t- O .i s it Il t he fe d lb.
relir. ti. ler .eit I ilee. ii beet earth e
I%14 *1 r r '.1r li.. hl Is IlI *rI and
lie i l* l Ir- *e BUe lUU II Ie L I death
b4> *..ld e. eti .ft Ill the |rltre*ave**l

If Itl printed status ry you waat
rbe sea uao e is the place to get tt

p -




It %ill som)11 lete vatcationl
titm, d) you bettter look
o1ver yuLlr outft fitmii dtwo
what yIou IneedtI. We carry
the iitcwsvOIImpletoI' tok (of
I"ied'iing 'l".ikloe IlI*this wC-
tioli of themlt. Mi

I O*Miaaows.

thels pfus w

I II-Twi huh

. 7k.

.. .f




Law of hhK inds

LOU w mom~

-I YIaWE uc
Whole@"*a"eand" Il


the sbject of apeial rurt army
elbhrs detailed with the militia as
Iastwrters a I tI porated to a eir
carer frew t e War Department. upoa
rem--edati'on of the divisloa of
milktl of the Federal Ooverment.
Upon the receipt of the eeral or-
ders. the commanding general of the
brigade will Immediately Itu the
necessary order to carry them Ito
effect, as well as preribing the pro
gram of IeM exertcses coverntg the
period of the encampmet.


At a meeting of the State Board
of Pardos in Tallahassee on May 4th
applications for pardons in twelve
cases were made. sad with one et-
epption all were refused, or laid over
for future action.
In the case of Otis D. Smith. the
white man sentenced to hang for the
murder of his sister, i. Dural, the
beard made an order requesting the
Governoro grant a reprieve to the ap
pUcast in order that the board mglht
give proper consaderateIn and in-
Tveeatioa to mew evidence submit
Hoa. Joha P. Wall preheated the
appcation of Joe Turalpeed for par-
da from a co vlctloa for forgery and
seatemeed to four yean' Iprisonment
by the ciract court for Alaheus comn-
ty at the fll term. 1M, aad after
d4e cs -aon it was ordered that

COL H K OUipat pressatd the
a-lates eof Jon s ylvester Water

tar OyaW a eof onet B year byl
te aril ert kem r P lka emat at

the taler IM. This appllld
being indersed by Ciruit Judge Wall
and taote Aer ey PliaU who
tried th ease, ad Mere being strong
aevidena that th applicat wa a
persM of vwry weak ndl, whikh was
eary intoiated by the fate adduced
i evdece, It was ordered that a
conditional pardao be granted to this
The hoard a4joursed utul Thur-
day, June t, 1M.


The Twenty-second Annual Meet-
Ing of the Florlda tae Horticultural
ec yty wll coavene at Daytona on

11 mnmT MLE

-t SaMa Streeg satrr-*
A leme problem whish pre mSts
m to eeway mothe with It s to rm a
atbhese ays. Theales ateso16fechoo
Ut. the hrly adi 0 ato To every4-a
0t1li=m6o81, aI ieIsso n
dtMeut raile strl g, healthy glrt
Ian evr t heo histy f the wold
oys raise tbemselve Olv, them
eom, gvive them liberty, and they wll
grow ap healthy at leat, without mueh
waorr tn. But the girl presem t a sr-
Slo problem.
How easy motbefr there a wh ame
worrying about theli daughter. mer-
VoW, puny girlt with pNar, eapriieto
apprtieos, bloodless, Itless, a eoustaat
sauzety to the mother. How shall she
silve her problem? To whom ballIb
tun or help whr ease is more or
Wesi a study by Itself, ald aot be
solved by my general rale.
This is the wayoe father solved the
probIem. nMr. lehopler, Preseott
Ave., BL Loa No. t a etter to Dr.
Hartaa, says: "My daughter Alle-,
fIur years of ae, was a pIIy, tekly,
alinlg ehlid smes abe was bor. I wa
alwaysuoetoria her. Wbehm w eoWa
meseed to ass ,rwunm she gew iM t
ad wdlL
ASo m mtI-r, Marth MasN ,
3I1. P. D4 Chippewa all Whlmean,
sys: "Our utue sight-year-eld girt
had a bad e~sh amd was lt a geanal
rgai-dowa soadions.O Sbe several
dese s, whe esM I gie heeMM -
ma mtmmhe Sther eneiemmsms.

ma em, a lmi gas i to id shi
ad st prov to be a wht aha

a tal e elM aid to he ee .
Nenw he 6m611hes she ias plai

Saimihtn gm era worea: rtm aren
IMira. Wh ie itIS euN d t booa
Sa i -de ar btoh aad oywmeeI
Sa ll a 99= d Ow be ht. Sheithe

as to. Ate r leat the
o1peb 1 r. HataIes aresv engS Gose

.H'SHING. N. Y., May 1o. Capt.
Igslkee war convicted of ni lauohvn
the p IunlIhmet df wirh the ooaxi-

mum ripalty in ivnp ritonmeontor

twenty years, for killing William
EL. Aiter at thl, ity Ihre Yacht lub

lalt kulllnowr.
Quickly following th,. youK anmy
Pol<'wr's lVus iori his (wou aa s

I ounll' t. l ( t,' l l |rllllo u fl

fLa\it t S I Y.. ti y lh. d (pt.
HLaines wag COOVIcted of mlazcaugh-

'te ln thro rs t degree. dlrirne hfo
thril aunid u nt of hic h theain mali
mum Peualty in inimrimoteme'ttn fot
twenty years. for killing Willinn
E. Annie at the' fay Shore Yacht Club
lart bulo'nict.r

'efac e r' i cc,loicA ~ lt Ili, c o ri .1 anl

ia\ It l to) c I lP 1 t1. 11fi.e t ., jutl v haI f1141

wrgc I at Ii%'' t krlel

WALDO. May IL-Mesr0 Roothrby
ad so, m. tractos, ar at work
tarIta away portlea of the ol
ResIt House. putting ew sills an
reo and remodellan It bito a 1e
raldeaco. Am orpant has alrea
engaged It.
Postmaster Atwater was taken a.
denly III Tueday with acute ladige.
tao while u the postofflce. and but
for the timely ministrations of
I)r. Ilorln. would aqparently have
died. He has not entirely re'uered
at this u rtlnx.
L C. IDease has moved hbl store
isto the Hicks building aid Is trying
to ell out his buloinss. J. L Neal
and Mrs. Neal have moved their
bloiness into their own brick build-
nlg vacated by Mr. i)oane.
Presidil 'Elder Nixon held quar-
terly meeting at the Methodist church
Saturday and Sunday, asalited nl the
services by the pastor. Rev. arr.
Rev. Gates f Williston and Rev. Ia-
man of Starke. A lne diner was
served at the eurch an aturday.
All four divlaes gave excoo t d4o-
course. Thbo _muporwq was ad-
Ovid Haynes add Mils Hayn of
Hampton, Jerry Robinson and the
Misses Prie of Melrose. Mr. and Mrs.
Adams of Orange Heights and CoL
White of Cedar Key were atteadats
upon the quarterly meeting.
Mrs. anteua's dauhter. Beraie.
Isto with terw.
Mr. Headl ad (ully aen t
h e after an abecee of several
weeks at points where be has hal
employment on the Iaoek a Air
h railroad.
Mrs. Rloasll who ha been I a
log time from a chrome ak e, ha
be removed to Paseo eoMty aad
is improvinr.
The essat0on of the ringn of th
school bell and of the paeims of
teachers and pupils is tuitenotice
able sin"e the closiag of sceeL Tis
Is one feature of the sammar dln-
L R. Fletcber. the baker at Re-
nault' Is In Il health and another
baker is wanted.
A reception was given the teachers
and graduates at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Oranger which was
a swell affair and much enjoyed. De-
licious refreshments were served.
Rev. I). L. mranning is having
hemorrha.es from the lungs.


P 1 *
S* ftl ** .' "

May 18. I, 20
o the society

.1 1.1 I l. Inl


94E T C m1 n I N 1 C O-O Pl9ATIV 9 CONT
NAVAL s f c s'" m'"* N*oe Tht Are i th
SPlan Which Will losw@ VeW.
The haudonl, join. ain and dlamwm4
SUT NAMtI OF TWO CORPORA rinag tt t. 'g..n anay Ln the ('o
op ratie. (ont-st sill bto the Irand
TiONO INICTED OMITTED. 4t *.-triuthtin of prisa. ..em r o r*#d
iLn Alacuhus crun(y.
Thi. With th* Eaxeption of Charle lPartt*,* trading mltb any of the fol
l oWlngl ,tcres will be* Li ,n one vote
J. DeLe h, Who Was Acquitted f.r ..rv i.nnv lent

Under Instructc r r.

HAV\ANNAIC (;A M;t\ tlt ;illt.'
% a* ith* v, rdirt I,r,,.t, ;: .1 lt ,- lapr
lilchtl I. tilh Jijr) in I, .i ** oi, f th.
n-C.Allt i Ttirlentli-e it .- th)ouKh
100- kilill it % 1l: 11.1 n II t I I" 1 1 I
lc 'l,* ( oripo r.tttiit:., asr *.; t, .|. ail,
the %srillirl aipli.- rfit\ a I *o in i
dlividual dl.fondtllan- IE. S Na.h. pIr.-l-
dent of the* Amrjerrlan S.t\al Stores
(Conmnia) ,. HS1 nr.-r I' Shott.*r. chair-
nan of It-* I*ard of dlr. ctir, (;eGorge
.., d a" !rdoli.1,: u, .* .. iYork. ii
tre'isu:rer. and J. V. (. \,. %r. \a 'e
I resiJdct of tihe (onl;..ai.. a:nd CArl
Moller of Jkaosonville. .Via. I,.,iala-e*r
of the, company and algo Jackoonsille
manager of the National Tranrporta-
Itoo and Terminal Com:pany. The
slith defendant. Charl, a J. IJdliacb.
apr found not guilty at the direction
of the court.
A motion for a new trial will be
The verdict finds the Ave Individual
defendants guilty on the first and sec-
cad counts of the ladiement. The
third cost was ordered stricken In
the early stages of the trial. The Bret
and second coats charge the defend-
ats with conspiring to restrain later-
stat trade and. second, with coe-
apiring to mo iopolie Interstate
The Jury does not mention either
of the Indicted corporations, the
American Naval Store Company and
the Natonal Transportation and
Terminal Company.
The surprise the verdict caused in
the court room and in $aiannah wasr
complete. It wasr generally btw-il'ed
that a verdict would favrr the d-efe-nMs
and that if it did not a r.-counmnd. -
tion to the mercy of th,- court should
b.- made. The marin.'lrnl si.ltnure I
a fine of $.'..o n ari l a tr''n of one
ye-ar in lrilson



IContullte'j from P';a.' I,!:

a cap;:.t- **I 'l
In ,t.- 'f Stt.e- % 1. .I K iKtg t i
Srli,tlr al Ir,. I :i, ;lli i' ll l I

4 1 t oo, faa itaor. it a
a a.. 4). as1 a l C' 9.-

h .at.-


I .i al.' ci

to 111t 1itl .t itI i I,. ,Iar
ti Ia to rai.
tj (-)r.a %%a cI f oil. I I it if a. ..f

t I: t rus

a l i l dal i a s l a Ir li I r tI' I-' '.

.a'il us' t i e ~ l. s a?\. I,
! .a%&' anid Trula l' It--p a a da 'a
f MARNIslguht vir. %a% ir, eadt Oin~a
t. a' lea ki-to% l liturt,' V W S l:r'aa':'.
A 1'Ai All 1,'. art.. at 1 1 it#r

I ha aiar ,as 1%@ I sr t ti I it i.' I -% io
t I. -it jo % t( o -'I a r .asa, h i' Iai' '.

11s 1At PO .1114,1111Aia~' .~ s
The ataaart 5aaaaa -. h '1-r
0a1 e(ti ardfr li t a 9,I, it., '- '.1 a a 1
Sl t 99t '- 1. v \at9f 4'

Doe not Color the ir
see" s Ue'U g f laln An EIgclas Drmin"
Df Makes far Orew

A' mad G-i-rnb Wh m ahmhs t pas. alust. A


via WnENO r

R. IJIdlteMm wiN rl his l
bile rumaeseNOg Wedoo*** May
12th. beowem Oal osviUe~ am New-
berry. belvie Io lirot ofrw
Homse every morme at 7 a. I Isv-
tag NIewbsiry alt 9a returag to
Newberry 3 p. m. &ad leaving 4ew

* : in. C orttlir il. n. |-ld elr kltorgknahair drrig. Cn (urd'trO M jerryy 5 p a0 akinl two round trips
Srr :i.r. I'l.i r & 'Aie, ', l h p *.. .** -' a i e-ery day and giving everybody the

Fr- %r T f<4ri. k a ti.t. r'. \ bwrry people to visitl Oalmevllle sa

. n..t h. shel ad j... Mr Tw enty M en Iose Lives will be I.
\\ ,n, n r %dr geo si as,!s alta ain
.t(,if ; it. taker I -.lr d aIld s pa-tr'. ,
' V 8Rmith. fresh m,.ats. C'rawford W heg e unch W ent DowLegista.. FAn
I lDasil. lsery and sale Itahlt.e. The ThI Perp Lw tM.
un. ilntin aid pullbhlnl. The ----' L
irunn Ilnout. mall and lodblng; N. T PITTIPa MiA. 1: Tuwenty ham. the plluo. and one of those who The comee appo y
Francisro. ianana Houls. fruit. etc; lr a- nr **l ming and all of them la mlilssin. t said to have replled L slateurS to ep tL he 6b
Eddrina MI. Co.. lumber and builellhi are believed :o have t oI drowned that i was safe easouh all right, a the Si te rrwii l 0t ioi Ml dWoi
material; Standard Fertillir ,o. when laasoline launch sank to I he had had twerty-lweve peme is~ at the "** 1 SU N of
f,.etill-rr middle of the Ohio riter near It the alght before. No more "- was iwho ha a I t-l
Voter ill be given on all orders ardoelville. four alke. heolw Ptt- said about the lo. b0t wihom the A r *M r e .
for Job printing t The Run offce. burg lst Lmiht. Of the thirty l or- oat reached the middle t I The the au O
and on ubscriptloan as follows: poast of the bot ny te are knows stream, where the watr Is pWhps i m l Ur
The Da ilo to have escaped. The miaslal: twenty *et* dep. the bout gsudewy Uwe Oarin.1111011
I2. thre y Ilath A-lbe" rt OLtrm, ptolt and part sank. i wIN emr" I
$1. 2.. three months v esmewptiowna of the bet; George Thoropson. There was mo ep ioknm. oa leak the Uai ty o mS mos
old subcrlbers. Votes nt; new oa NiIw i io
rIberr f vote s ,fo rmrly of Aftna. Pa.; Boots was sprua bt the b 1y of d g Ap l
S:o. i montt' a. b -rlpU o O'Nelll. James Coamer, Walter Low, ask ben--th the weight had s baog ap
2.usixe, i m ps'vuottermpte b Thomas Kemedy. William GOthrtse. bearhtg aw t to te beftm As =ll eInil" N am

Pabs t..-- -o---a sob. --at ime i til H i
scribers.l W vot.S Henry Vogee. Dennis Murphy. TEy it sask it earned& meei w8 I "aW dm
$1, oa year's subcriptlo. 4 Role. l is Gl ti.1 -- WIU Davlar totm dws woi thISit. Ob
scrbers. ,5 new vote; ei w al, s eb Josep WlMM Bie two ttemptd to swi a h Wane lr "Fg th1 Wi "& 5d
ribers., ,50 votes;. ew hrs amed =ttse mey, and chi bt v the l wer a i hi l UII
Pro. 400vat". brotbwo .wtos. -,StOMYe OW ^ LWd y two W 98101 0 S id41"i
r three sawsitwhits a mae Iyve "tcomew*lbmae e t os I ,me It"Us
For a club of lye oae-year sbmerisp- c, learned.r t seb o hveI ot c M ritllet< re e d
tios before 12 o'clock mo m Aeg.urnl Au. em lw shr Tw of th e who" v
itkisefoe. o uu All the were mptey-- of the tl -'hemselves w'ref "r .1 MM"
'".e M.sbscri Pressed Stl Compy at the Vogel. w'ho w 4Wroa "0$. h- Ig g agr 1'm
votes.n; ew subsrlbers. 36.0" votes. Mespa.The boat In BYmsole it waetrWsle th ON agakr Magpees cam~. qfe

scrIlpltos#before 12 'clock mm. n to have be"ecs "Ohr notthe miiag m me we p haalanIs do 41 91t
Ag. I. 1 old susiber. 3 over twenty peres it Is It ,ita believed the iet wa be twl eN
iots; w subscribers. 35.W v was daserow s to attempt to Warry s oe listed of twey, M t *mat a r a
There is o limit to the num br of y as tweny4ve on it. R t allt d. John DeIr. who Vu- the iI4-i0 n bMgh. -
clubTheres each contestant may secure the wasted to t o aesa the river baSk oad hard euI Or Wa 6 M e g 0@aMty I
clubh eb cotta my ete river on the Arst trip of the tbot weOt ho a ski sad mvd M ei 3 l dl ey SN l NS* O S
,I on yea.s su crili n., and thirty crowded IN a. Prt that num r in h
f .i.. o ye thn m started ouo t o the t bot l to toh eat, wMr I ther. IM 1 -----I-
or a club of ve. one-year r of them is said to have remarked thi sme o taI h el .W
r"u". 'o.oe-1 a %ow tbht it see-med to hin to be over O swa to the 1bsks M V -e sayO
There is no limit to te aurmberwcraiwded sad the feared it was not ed. It ho thegtb but mlne 0a tb
of 'lubs earch entestant may secure safe to atapt thetrip. Alrt or- thirtyree Ma

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th ui hte atu Sarnmisa Alex4ider-Thoraton Tfro- -- N-as
95ara j b rraT I. a' ha sill Ba- ha-id hi -
a l. JaIv a lIth l amlnetl

i 1 1 'aIl ble Bobs Up AgiB in House --.-
a ra r i a t I sac i.r ; *ajiw if BUp Ag i7
st4r ,1 a r r;?i' a" of f rnral TAI. .MIASRl ., Mfay 11 -The' out-. LjA o*2dahty. but that he had sWcured
ar at 4 t J. ,a 7 .1 i' 10 A a,|a,.p,,s, of the AlexandoriTl ilA'ii lasi oia tis *a- eo 6In the Se9ate to kill P, f ,
S i *t *'. l I I t < II : a r, ; ti I. ,.;rr. f tie-e. at srI i. i th* bh tfiM- B
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1 4 n otarr a!.4 ro-;taJ 4r Innis Xr.
a ''&T e.- lifiria' BsAd BAaI -II a 4l 1 d tmin I$r'ga- af $e leciw, lrbk stated Y *E W N A*T M
it,'a 1ek4-od'v reodim- va Bci'n 2Mr Alto- %fIa al!.r Thmermontma sWt"rha EL*b"lI
r of It ,#-.Vat.4.' 11 t I ia t sar.iaiste to giving Mr..A vB w
K-l. it. I ,h' 'aPI Il 'olu-I S and thi kill'
t. ,* ar -! .- r I to*go t,'oi l ,..1 1 lll In .l I' 'tid r a
A r .' ~ ', '6a1 1.ftoo I *'s .aTAt 1 aj a rai I r o wa .\la er ass on his feet to
% l'l.It-aa l il vai MrleI. Mrlght of M81011 cut IVEI'YTHINQ NEW
.'r ai'Ia \Is'.ao .. l ia A a a l a I ., 'a. & i lana by m oioulcn for reg mu
'It. A*easer list Iato!#rl.[,.ATEM FA.$HlONS
0, l tc11 a pal~..r lifla'. d Il aal T ,tl. 'K a c ra- ga-ll ug b A. and there
~~~~~~~~~~~~~I aa a r raa aaa as. *'' rall'' it ll'~. 1, 1 INI. list, Itellimc what iraaigbt baita hap .(R 'E~ ~ s lV ~ 3
AllaI .1- f,. 1, .1i1ta.iaI is l mt w ~,a'of IhAd Mr light kbeat his samt. C R E T b Y B
to Ia-.his0'1a.i1 '1. r4 M o 1 alratodusied a r bsolotiorn
aa~aaa a ~ -ircln. fit ( is. ,Ir I4i'ai as' iris r at igab'' .1155 and reaajasitiiag the g wntle--
l a%.[ i s U lfa i .1k Is -go ,t i t a .AIt d9 & j ,, j, ; j5 q -' j 4 A ,iA ~ t c l f r ia i ja o l u sa ,s t o b iu r y t h e h a t c h ealti
it rla' i k -1 % 'a..I' h af I -- lal It V. sAuIIa. r Aff.,, at Wlia m ? until thevy got hone. (j1Jj s& m udn i & Wd m how m
I1 1,Ii Ia1r 41 & lii1)f it 111.Ths1 ( rU a f li gh ctremtoolutlon Was rolled out of
1 l i I 'r~ rmmosr lilt Is 'A isi to o -cr Itl~

el' a~r~*lapa rua of Iltoc- zrAcit'olad if tic.' prd.'r 31St S&ime. mom)D7WmI
a 4! A 1 igr.Ilto& If'A ) alas Mra a Alemanodrr delared that bet

t it its 'SI ..:-IA'I'',r0alilt 140k 1,1( u it oIf lat*K 'a, Sa u fartuiu would araslier is the 1tate s pres.
R affair I &,isa. a..t &%ar- eat at Tb 1.--fA n g i th mosIm1r1tas10 b1 1`11 tI*-
aato 't(1a4 ti M-raAlat -r a -I( Mrr r reduce d In the Senate was sae by
9 daae 'aTaiu Ilactiallis Co. Atlanta. 14J 1 aIP-dl "" Irige' Babll but hail 14 1an uf lakellaand which prohibits
vsank."! d raa ri.agaiiabt it. .&)itv tha' ca. orswaln: of work or frright N I I is
I4 1 il aE ro.e ii' V.- 4 a 'it ('III 9 1 I A als I5AE ,i 11th i ll trains um Sndas y a ex t in the cam
Ia'aa (j aa-'in I ~ '.il'! M" iarsa a sd aM' n Volu d fruit or othor perishable freight. bT Ie l to Have Money.

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it wem ein g s es~~yr-,iaesl hnamei km, pat eesr
~sp im -a m h sew wod fhed ier eMwp. Hu Nme
was "94di maie' wht ~the cowof -h"60d- ash
umm We. The quest. 'e y01dat-hofuanmd mgwbm"Isba
w e everwd imP. h c.iatcatom.
s"S O* esla gdeis sIowhrmtr AI w d try sgo
P-s aseeimein with a cow. Bnt smaiy 0 wer keds Aim-
Ou readleft of Adegtiam wrjgme. fitmil a lison" f twil rat msbe
MO ha@Mdo $8d ssd h f .t 00OfhIs 1(4. The rLO.cdt IIIM 68t heSIOmach
swem "weak'" ot whe auI f4 the e a diliabs sd rstnnw O m impwirmp
c o:.. vr a' ,u'.r& .t .. o ). .-., a &w- rPc ,a r r .% 4 -
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-moo Iame sees awl to
41 We 5 O efM to prioe. N
S mietdb t oe o wm a mat r of vegwety-4
o m stbal mie. I had give
lo ....... .acattla I haId ad mew I a
9fr. This story I Mas trnw
as #I W4r r aSWIs a God abem. a.s"
SaN u mbWE Tbe state weas algwo
S-- "James Boyle. Mercer. Pa

11 0 -utftr b 18*6w u.o'
Stein t .. emb.ne at ausw. MiatL SOVLK TAKS P

S- .l": wome sandewVe to Carry
fto w: Y" oww Thre wa e CommNt uvi
SimlMPe l the pemisen PITTSrURG.. May 1
I y p bm ie t hbee. but Boye sad bis wife. Hel
w PL f A y dS 4IatloI seed were odtged in the Westen
qj my r yeI prof ia to be. I wUI tiary bhre lat night
-e s Mtte p t which with your The I.rpoaers *re tak(
IaMri em be very seceeafoul a sIde roor to ayv s od t)
,iaus6d et.d via: rule, of the prion nould n
gTI ~i-e If J. P. Wbhitk' them to see each other Ka
d mI | IeIms to have the boy eHol thre"v her arnias aq*
to Wa re. 0 doe there at8 my's" 'srk and kltmed h
lit i" m "W,*tMid: 'W' must take It tb
6 l Io i hS-atWuo to the letter ran." The mutrien e -or
a- Vbrto aqsl fmloa the al- IBoyle from t te rou. 1he
I--- -W of tt ldma-pI s ay- tears aad asled to be perm
g SmWbp' fthe hetdt to him aIals to see ber hushted
a Ta, O.. 4h no he weat to guestt was granted and s
-- .L to aheASha -ad them to kimsed mad eibrared Iloylc.
SmeiH a-knue: WheWn Mrs. otyle gave hW
oft I l I gesSved a letter inle to tihe troa. she a
i 9 40 iig /td @m ms& iles to keep a small N

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in. Mr.

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asked Ior
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Is a as -he Isoveroo the e soil, of swua.-s wTea.:
rled. saying. wa do not rwatt to Isleaon*o Is b w1r wbrticDd ti 1t hoc reLo.ktt
laveS it beind, as that would make .OFE dosS a be endsh Ibe her br Tcqul'cd
mee ha.Ibdl1111soirt ll ('.P dto sai1
va ba seven yewrs of bad luck." Cum otsor fo mo TSIwh. te 'tb day
rbe mirror was returned tV he r arnd of QJlaye A Cea0e'S s0lang 6Mg. lyg. of f betel
by now YU r4*feeda b g.r
hbe will be allowed to keeg' it In her Is tof thr b 'reeA MethtWescdet he bepub-
Coll. 11 5s Foul Wreath, StomaC IS be ese. a weft Inr fow r. admeade
w Iketo1 erwtl.'c lge. a Newst
Feared Saie kROOM Distrees or money Sack.s lasuptInshmbed Is 'eie eguaty and seo. to
TWo a Dii 1-htoo
floyle sad his wife sat together and s- Ad ILMl.V. Yfb Cit-tE .arul(t'ourg
bm N ~. CKKV;~Lb. U. U
meld rag rotbr's ba:ids during tOe i. Stop your lndigelotlun right away. A W t Ow "1 .tglVital
ireJoun. frm he cen o thiribe~all bH KWit N1,10 i.. leVII rk C 11' Colian
Ire ouirnoey tro the beene of thIr you can do It If you Ill. M, M 9(HEn.% t of'u.
rial.G o to J W McCollum & Co todi WlitWAJ asir te'rle ompalalo- aL
Sheriff Clh essoad he was glad to &Adgetaax cot MI-iia Lubl-u. M C 117AWJCATO0 4)FORTAX
zet The' jariw a er-m out of hi. or-s xtiod %, I *J' a o (,it- f U re' mr th oor afto'r s u alo, z D r n u O s mII-O m F- u SAR A r
ts he ass afraid thew) 4ould heli-m ue tt4m. LAW W I t bA)IUDA.
e'm-mful in their announced In teitigoti I re-ult NogLle Isbo Sehy 9ifwen that C' K RFe-rwo
o t o(5 imit loulcido. Ibe eiiniin -;Allt.d purthaer og TTa xCrtmil'at SNu. W,. dated
Iuiiide'# )hr I i ti aa e'-k ,u i d a llsd *u, 1i the IlFl cdu ofe Aiwil.. A 1,1
ihe- bwele-std lkfs. 14 h- d ihad r te'l-e 'i, b'. h d -t416me! ertlftjALe fi Wi, ..tice.
will hl. wife auid the n ena!' ,iaij ist I' au ftsir if&What m 1'r te ed tolo-
kill his wif sli th-n r~minj! r--I urlotince. lit tatt tol tcokk )(u loill ft.#.I ""u I. b.% N-d- er Itb !I, It Nalcicert 1fiest
'Ide a th a rumor the' sheriff foundI kf,!mwolib mew %aldrtfity
Ilk' A a I s' A .-loo'I-toA A i-...o '0--oss I t- rlia. t.i
I 1 t.- Irdnapper's lit I N ith'r I. 'I .i#IV ,'141'alltI of 14 131l 4? it.
1,riodioner aould doeaas lothat this A-4- C.,r. ful 'Aoiaaetii spau i.s.ist u t ip h .. I a..''-".11! 4 1i 11A.- G rate 0
s id keel. ta ;I.1oil IJ 1I t i t I ith 1-4 1-i 1j I '. 4 ou.a h
t ntce alt .5( II~ i~t' .'.eea'KY sh. Ii. r~rC+.teetd in.-
The agierily of tihe- rn'fIicsct ho too a".. tatItt.i w, i .e, tri tu*Irj OL c.I a
lp,"4,d tol t e p ir i.9-1 1.9 Ha I. at #14' t(l 11 lipi ll. U. IAeofJun. -t to u
db-l d ItI I titiof-ins 'A ILAW zit *I't I I.Ut Wi *iv r and I C&I tal
whe-re, It wari jrouutasisimcl IOAih unrP. itthe Iday oi Mai..% D IH s,#
onera collajitod rlI cItla ~t upsta loa ito.- jir. I llJ p 1 CllkC1Ulat m-Ojt Amei s4 1Via
ciate-imnst 641il.d lhaditot 1,- carried fr )tit If 'ou tI a U -.llous (c4011110ie 1-111 it MN S 4 E %l k.'% 11('
itme rscum. Hi. ardl I Ille.. rew-he'd o-gi iiplio. puiubolah-,- or dull e-' im- .ct.r 4 V Ii' Y AlI"PLlC .rT1.*4N 1took TAI
thi-r (#-Ila s beti a siri arn d wa a .. *'ut I g tleaiU It. all s ra oIn.1 moid i ,u ,chulol U los ItVIt lk rlA S i_4 uV N '4111A mft' I
,hat tIhe soteisi 3 .hall kel Ii jAmoi I 'm- l ko'allui0`A 0 14Ble' 14tIt Ati)Jtand'i) ud n-. L % %'. %sV IFIIUlIJA
In g it -#- la sIo ul ah t I m d n srloa d I- I I"- ) Iu r to su a rl t I uti e l ere-bi W icfi it &.& t a o .,
,,,,t ,or itonich rghtposvstio-bmr of TaxCrn Ccottbe Ne Nai 10dale..
ecaai-smd deu ath at her osi n hands ,atilt j o aa ni-ouistly alcji.' t-Iiilailm of i*j d of -teoa c-nA 1.14.a. no"
NOM Vlbc aete Ito a0) flbc. aod La az Ijaed a
that a razor had 1-m-o- Isountil rouceae*amd sta. iour a-utaimach heaurtburts asid foul Sc- ""'i aorm dta d eedIto ac aemnw isae.
I witill :sgs Sad cretalrairc rilttrleit d, tote fW
In luie clottallU is lrn a iloiag e 1UP-4ihtd 04u6011` 0 11ijtt d sit AlacIhas
tl Uo-ha. Is, Ku araclneId l, v J W M cuVl. Cudroa uIa low
S W'o It -sr 44 c. i '" itso I's 64,
A Living Skeleton Collura & Co to curs, d);p-)pals. is Th 1* 6 d "Al I U04 0W tL Vl ii "he aa.jAIthe
tho Isiabe ct ouab vhrUlewe sIjii th LesL.Uoe 01
I& the fnal cenaditiorn ilf xti child :r car f irkiie'as. tisil~allsag- o(i j'reg hersh I e I Sib
(.At baa lt em.W If IIt11% Think tisla'. or 0 uoneuty ja-k 4hS mU laewotllatlu ibel roge c ihcru.,a uss
rurdw Is" low tax deed W161 lftwol titreol UL
Iksua't hesitate to tr i, It1lo-u It is Use 5It4 'da Jf J u UA. I

that e'ato all you) taka- masuiemun hitn stm I for oul i. b) l.'AI(Iaa)lux ati ,i i 'o-.r
Nwuete-uwhe of the bahmle's hbaiocluriwo A No'1.
tIlaybeo your bas lie. ce'nla lthat
It Lapt ui44 by gIvan It White-n rCt-ai
Varflllfmlge at .e ovlp- all amoritim .116-
Is a tooi. for the baby. PikeU i
cents. Sod by W. M. Johasm. I I tarIa itlm
;Var,~r a cawfla (At rccpl r Y I w k.
clenalarm G 11mmy ('Ammpk.-tna0u4Lfl IieI'aiajo*I I'a
Al .' L ist g o a t I Is- l.tie a piral ot o-ra:t I,.
I 1 46 .116 a lie ai aihalls 1.- IIuAaattur ol,

lormiuglal aj' .41, 1 41. 1aai 'I l1, 1.

aalAo.o at ilm.bmm Ii. l ii' it 'alit,

llutavrmes-sa. Irum 1*111. inIolb#ef1.1at Mrs. (C-or~mscss Milliner'yPr
thrust trouble. a. agquicl) c411 t bo p e10M WOWt SOd@ C4urt W g
Vole) s Ifuse-P s&mdTar Ma41s it oaaptrs. Sqre. Galteiee1,ie.Fiend&.
wemd hpeals t be Ia sselamedrust wd4
CroHIW tu~c~~ (k ~oA t(o w#"wta bad 6& b of ruU
rs~srhal tubes Mid f-he amoss bshoi A i a.* eI& hoAr ise o
Iasi" us 6 a1 Se Mis.M go
mas" coug dapesa ~ie vra i.
halag" fhe sesulas F~l* Huo dse. a .k..bg 4 r.s
W. 860101111111 & cm. we 416 0 itYY I

wit"Na tut -MeW mirsisl*urv n rr~I
bi a L u.) Ut :4 A A 10 40Sa
*4 11 I:'F: %
104 4 let a ChcI Iu, I Al. l Ii

G...iviI Limser and Surveyo..
pr-apt stteitsausto oil bmaef.s
(Pss..difsadoor .%orth of Thlmbmse
dec. P. 0. ies kM minle, i, ris.

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Do You Do Any?

If moK ,why uhot a-wjrt ujo atstlmid withl o i 114w lTe~
Fedel Iankawa mw aiaaske.'eve.'ry ottmwkliiilidtr of
"is buan lia ble.to ito epwitirw for fio wicet lthanioimnt
o fsowk ow,*d. Add to this t1b. imanumemgsialatc f I
auJir Ity our eitItkitt AfrlS ( antfl frl hiertAtt, t aho tlb'
IwmlarJ iwipuctioh I~y tha eNatimal imik Examinieor.
nd you can feel miure ihi placing yotor iuvouuat with
this 1011k.

JhL~hth~u huksfJ l shu I
Whwdw 4 a ta IP


tVades o bd by flrs. ao an e:.-
tis hilmu o ut of the- C'irculi Court.,
tghth Judkicial clrcuit uf Florida. in
sad for Alachua cminty. and dirs-ted
to all and ingular tbhe Ph#*riff, of tb
state uoflForida. I. 1 G. K ruwj*. a"
Xlb#.'l of Alarbcu county. Florida.
ha'. k eited uwxn and will sell before
tb. C-ourt bouts.' .pr. in the 'itt of
Gaiiae*%\lfl4'. AlsIux c'ronty. Vflorida.

2' 1

cI 1 VI. rtida. to i to tit
The. Newtc, a ci qrtc~r r'f '? I ~(lh
Ittt quarter and Cal- Wntivtt... 'Ilzr-
tor c t ti( N',rt Iid quarter ol Stew.
"4 T-s tv hit, Ill. ft-ir-iro 17.
Tfw,-the ahlth all and Pingulir the
to-nd-mo-nto. hero-ditantnitm and aIi'dr-
tenanoroe to Itt Patine twlunglng or in

Said al~oi~e dscribed property wb
intZ IE el ulmon as' tb l'risrty of
T. R Pi t lkelt in atlfll .'sld a1 -%*utlio
In !svor of The' Itutton Itank and
agalntt T. R. Pircktt.
Mo-rlff of Alachus C')tnty. Florida.
Attornpir for Plaintiff.

Is t ioe hCh~t en itS JUdIal ('rd
A sebus Comret. 1v. -Ii 'hasry-
The soll T W-Ills.,a un J J Psak.
jr cPt W-Wped ower of M-awwa.orde
It agrarte by adattrt ayesi to bo till
OW -1 the to e imrTmt eqa Iet J. J.
aes ts. t I esI ed me. p i p ro4u.s .o fthe
statp of 3ypo aMdW.re ICold atoff the
stes ato Gt e eira tte saM J J I'uJh. Jr ge-
OIfgtii adso (Ael w*. 5. "1 J V Gr"aT Is a
s Wes of 'Verl. ( eiOeir sad "o rethb ever
the e @eof t wetry-ere ruru. tbat l the is so
gwIww 'a 16Wb.. 5'Ie Uie n "Per t ti skeef t
suigmie a wiosd blsi' l -u4. i forsuta It Is
tsomesmuret s*eed thatt old
dorfewstea bvc %A 9 hel ci& M er~bir osmt
*&Pet wtothe 111 of 'c.msu ai niled I Isaw
a before N c-Wot the 7thvcaretl
!JunWe As D 55.SS. -erevlap the snugs.
si s o1 bSa m b d U II I etak esii as ea& cmII m by
09Ix up be e roilrdrit 4hat tbsaoder he rut-
fIsh.I Mce a week tow le eve OWeeutive
worta Is The Golfe',iollc ftuli. a btswe(sPW
r1.n41bed to se bM ewat t an d tatse.
This Age-l11f-I116u'.*
W. H W IZ* GID1. Clet ItCrrcutt C411r%
A true e raai 4 atgtmPl
1eI te Io W' -4 N4.Y Rli Coter.1 ( Ourt
T8 1 3 LI JE &u. .i\ r few'4..rnt

(a the (i'.elt f'oort. Fm1g'w J-sN It ni Trc
J HInbUWk [Ml we Luva Ke.r De~l--
It (og4.rto -Imr Witpaw i ifew" loti vorWU
Ord tin UOboe 'toed r use thUe lurema
X-Pc 0- i 'II be rfemt tc r-fts ae. to a
aSOD-reft dir't 04Astoe 45atits tof ga't-va Is a
rossblest o I t&c e'it' of lavass -b in tl.e tate
-of Geeaor med #hot 91e P I- a',sernc Ia
the %tast of fl ida- erd blee #o' a uhpoema




: g ..*. -.s V'se .1 'd- .*;e "'Ia -. ; .,Nt -y. 1I 'o Vn .rva
m- bed informed Mr. Whiti that ad lirj uei9. Ed wd e ta e Caerce e f brsied a
they had recqglrd his boy o Mar ch Wl As e a o It hWmaes 0 eate by .
1S i Nmum. 0. Md tha James f oyle h d trie e sens "*Gok~Am Dii 'arseo is a s.Ipera m mee-
t rShIr was with him. slme that *A* i cmtaine smr ieow ao. r r w arci.ts, d i as free 1mo lPobell
to divulgethe. eene end other Jweroms drua. All iagrodiets prit"ed a
. W Lh wsu stn to dll te kI eeoide draperr.
Alrewt ai era- tr heU boy might D i'tr Le a dele de d,* m his erw proir t. The s m smedhe ar
e har d miS t mash---,o B erad Me"d 6 es gar as "Golde Medial Dieewvery."
Sbe m i b a ta e- M the arL, now .
and uir whan I recelved the mosey

Y itr terms. to Dead M to

ea S" e Feno to him. Mr. r-
h aw we tverl two ~ the

gwob af amor 3 ~t w

Ia I mte a Po Mr
Wkl pIermsliy to Ctrevlme -
r4p d Mt md it. CIwr ave
. 6W"Noi the tea pas esl Tohe ea. plied that It thatd, whm the Speaker
Wd b twee Mr. Ptger Mi 3r elf. TAULAMAMIIHS May lO.-Quite a ordered Mr. Hilbura to take his swat
s the Temmwts ittesme, md Mr. seMim was created La the Houos The latter rd4 be would mat do so.
WMtI prowserl t-t I I wesM subshi mor lag by Speaker arris order a*ereupon the Speakr ordered Hl-
sItale trth df t he Tema n the serargeeta-rms to arrest turn's arrest.
t M rs he w vmM m there e Represrtative Hilburn. of PoUtam. 0n renolutiona Itrdseed by Mr.
be 'gm-Mm.L The trouble wasu prepitated b) MacWilliams this afterMoo. MacWillI
1 thns greeNre.d thtesO Mr. Mr. MaeWiliams. Represetativ lame. Kaowles and Ivis were ap
WIltl, as te rl tit t W wee from St. Johns. moviin to postpoam i pated a committee to btvestigate
S p giew mad the weM ibaws action to recoansder vote by whib whether r not the Speaker had au
te ugft. I M arMsd t OM is- tnator Ieard bL.flrang amendment tborlty to order the arrest of Mr. Hll
vIrtd d eprid by mY *O W e*- allied to paa the Houe last Salur born.
ed -- my I ory an t h gaad. lay Util the 19th last. The Home a pet nearly the entire
I lew ad N oy vWM the hr w Mr. Hilburn moved, be claimed. to tftermoon la considcrian a gopher
It L n r er to mea*pe )l* bo y MacWUlliams motion ua the ta- bil applicable only to West Florida
IganlIh f te pest h e mad beI. The Speaker put MarWIlliams wh h peased to third reading.
We wVer to be -w y r- otin snad Hilbur said It was not Te Seate eoasdered only local
fr tabg "ate f ha eider; that motion to table was bills today, the Newberry charter
'Ths oatel womas was the motro lan order. aad Carter' bill prohibiting hipplaig
du-pd fIe toart to e n rea rd The Speaker thL said om matiom of fresh water ash out of Alabhua
to the Loy d I Wa de-ed Am the to table had beae maae. Hilburl re eroaty beiag among tose passed.
. 6 L ..& 0" .. 15. amii.

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Negro Had Made Crin,-al Assault
Upon White Wcmae. W-o Identi.
"ed Him When C ,. red.

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I'; ani unIkli, n t"11 I, r .< wa. laa r
'.a tir :, l '. .1a ,Ir*t ,; it rZ h i r :i;|
1 ( is .- *,
1Mr'. I ka as. ri\;l : h. r rCnts
lhwnis- l.te In the aft-riw n ai .,n the'
n-ero )I rang upon Ih,' r reed her to
the'. ground and accom; li- h-d his pur-
pose. Mr.r. DIeas' 'er,' anl attracted
the att ntinm of her won. who came
to her rescue. but the netro had made
his escape from the scene.
The lurval county sheriff was not-
fled, but wheL he reached the acene
the pursuers had captured the ne-
gro. Mrs. Dea had Identiied hbm and
his throat had been cut from ear to
ear and his body riddled with bul-
lets. The sheriff could gain no In-
formation as to the identity of the
negro's pursues and no one seems to
know the negro. stating that he was
a stranger. The body was brought
to Jacksonville.

If you desire a clear complexion
tzke roley's Orino Lxative for con-
stipation and liver trouble as It will
stimulate these organs and thorough-
Iv clean.e .yonr system. which Is
%aUlt etryone ueeds in the spring In
order to feel well. J. W. McCollum
& Co.
Pleasant Birthday P"ty.
Master Patteron .McCormick en-
tertained a nunlber of his young
friends at the home of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. McCormclk. East
(;alneville. Tuesday afternoon, in
honor of his ninth birthday.
Appropriate game made the time
pass nmot enjoyably.
Ikhlcious refreshments were s served
during the afternoon, and the young
People took their departure wishing
for M!a-t,.r i'atit rsots imanyti. hlaply re-
turnis of tihr 'i;.


WITH !"'"

Tormented Two .-,
and Irritated and C
It Worse Litti ..'..
rible PIght- Several ..... .
of No Avail Butt Last thie


"*Mv ix year <.:l 'la ItherT h' l the
dr' aifil di- t, 1 i*** ** *- f r !' `
nifts a Shs* q i>' i. ..an .* I .
ing ltth iilir.'n awlt t *iI ii .
wte dii Ii n t itr". 1 t H rat. LI.t -i *e
Her tb ly 4 na **r l *'I, i& I..-rc ** .-r ,t It *' A
w<,rse her" ms alnt I'a> + t\*** eni-
,ly l a lphvys 'ian h.. -i '4t rn 'i ii h li
ut It tdlt thl i trll h-r auli I triol M 'wv-
era l rtwqni '" 1 Htt Ibit" l( tavaill. '-
Ulg t1w te ut 'urat I( tn iri I aBtvi'rttl- jl.
I thought I w. iul tr th rn. I av,-.
her a htt lath dallv wilth( 4iticura S,. a,
aIWi an.,inltAl trir Imm'v with (lutiurs
O(atn>tilt The firm tr,-atriwiit r-l*,.l- l
the luhinl an in aa ht,,rt tlri- r" It., .-1
v -I dajae-ii| rwil. I ci-ipii riil the*
Cuticura l~emeidw for all Pl6in ,r's*-** "
and give them my nv teet p.rau .Mrs.
( ,.> L. F'ii h.l(r F '. I. I. W mrIO,
Mae., J Nuoe o and J .. Y 1I, law.

Boy's Back Raw
From Shoulder to Sboulder.
Scratcrbd till Blood ian.
Curod by Cutkura.
"M v y F'. 1,4. alk w i- r .'i' tr1 h,' -
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It Miar*eil Atia 1 .*l* ..* I,***
LaxA,,. 4. N May :1 l,,
(te-tate *'St< drf ib n lI-^y* '-#

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MOBILE, Ala., May 10.-Mr. Au-
gusta Evans-Wllsm, the weIll-kow
Southern authors, died at her hmOs
here early Sunday morning from an
attack of heart fallurz.
Mrs. Evans-Wllho was a native of
Coiumbus. Ga. and wa 74 years of
age. For the last year she bas been
in retirement .t btA eattlful subtr-
ban home. "Ashland."
Amona her wi;ting s( m*chb well-
known books as "'Ines," "*t. Elmo,"
"'Huelah." "At the Mercy of Tiberius."
"The ~Peckled Hird."


J. Pardee Given Haring ere
Commissioner Cushmas.
J. R. Pardee. the young white man
ti re, ted for forgery and larceny. was
given a hearing before I'. 8. Commis-
sioner Cushman Monday and bound
over for his appearance at the next
term of United States court under a
-':,1 Loujd.
The story of his arrest has already
been chroaniled in these columns
and the evidence submitted at Mon-
day trial was in uubltance the same
as ba. already hi-en mentioned.


V.irield. in ;aines~v ill'. in on
Mi:treh !*th'. I *4. Sir. John 'it cart
il 1"' .%lar;ar.tt M. Iltrr' of c N .
Srr. '. hI Thee harc- .,ni am Ip r
Itm %l i F R llridt. 1 -. it 1 ,
r ,f i 11 0 l. t li h,!r, .
TI, Li i: lI- th,. tAil + of I r l'ar
% 1 i' in c\. n-rr' i.i t h;
I t -! I ae lad : otl f torc lia,
I',r'h 's:i' l aIniaill, l .l r;ta 'ter. I'lI '
liaplpy nr >sm Ik. a ., r. sf-'uas- ful
l t ri ;I
\. I,,I r\
W'\,' ..xtend conigratul.tions and Iwt
* I.l.. {I.or i I.iK and hall'. life.

Rev. I. W. Williamson's Letter.
it. I \\'. Willlamsonm, lutiington.
W\. Va rit<. "'1hti is to rcertif'
that I u-ed ol'e d- Kidlney Re: :.* d
folr tirir 1.-+ e.lausti-lon awl lk troitil'-, anld ami i Ifr-' to -av tliat I'
will do all that '.oiu laim f-ir It'
"ol,-y i Kdiale Ite(s'll'y h.is re-torted
lh-althI ald nre sllth to thousands of
Ac'uak, run doen ieo Ipl.' C containss ino
!..r.i f il drugs and i" I,.Nallaant to( take.
1 \' M. Collmin & Co.

On Inspection Tour.
\W F I'arni,.t,.r. I. EIul. and
Iroo M al 1it rfe-l h fiornir.d IA rlts frn,
i;ian i r' k ho array 'd III a the' I :1'.
> t. r'l f'rit la' I ot rlhdr| Iido nt--l ii.

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Commissien and Railroad Officials
Agra* Upam Plans and Specl.
catione Already Submitted.

V',rk *II Ill e t.r(.tt.l cn t',' nf-w
pa.t-ns ger 'tatlon (or th.e 4 eaboarl
Air Ilite i t omnce.
The, pJlat.s a d ujrclnfiaton sub-
niHllt. hate be'en aprl'pnoel hy the
Railroad C(onUmnlsse annd the work
ordered, so It will now tb only K
question of time until the Seaboard
will have a bullding that will meet
the requirements of the traveling
Ipblic and afford some accommoda-
tioe to the brgs passenger travel
that his company enjoys through
this city.
This depot will be provided with
all modern Improvements and
wi be a eredit to the fast-growln
city. and while many want a union
passenger sationtl thn will sllfee
for the wants of the Seaboard for
em- tim to come.
Aceordtng to population there i no
city In the State that ea boast to
better train service thaM is aow
afforded OalnevllUe. and the comple-
tila of the saay Improvements con-
templted will give us a greater press
tige amount the traveling public.

A Happy P Fhe
I soom turned to a sad one If he
has to walk the oor every alght with
a crylag baby. MeGee's Baby ilr
will mke the child well-saoota Its
serves. Induce healthy. oral sluma-
ber. Beet for disordered bowels and
sour stomach-all teething hables
need t. Pleeasat to take. sure, and
safe. contains no harmful drugs.
Price 2 and 50 cents per bottle. Bold
by W. M. Johnaon.

Will Tnder Ball.
Invltatloms have been Issued for
the annual ball of Alpha Eta Chapter.
PI Kappa Alpha, which will occur
at the Elak Club on Friday evening.
The event is being anticipated alth
a great deal of pleasure by those an

Bey Will Be y

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Large QmtIes of V-egeable New

1 m0Mg msa Vm lly 11y 1m:
The kSaboard "cuke" special whic
leaves here every lghKt, wma the
heaviest loaded Monday af ay
day during the meaae.I Ista eied
In the neighborhood o twenty ears,
which were plelmd up htr Galaie
ville and conmectlan poltts.
This service has been e ana-rated
regularly every year for may ma-
sons and Is proving a favorlt with
0" lft -

teamwU m a"at as e hal -B w
-"w stkrum w r aLw jsii
salmteetIn a @Wk of.ff mqf
sekr hailing1 aleay- a
Fwthw meatka tern8

A 908me"a&. WSU mumpI
br reek.

now to yew bm ___ad

And are always getting scratches,'u p" ---I h I r
cuts. aslralns, bruises, bumps, burns t amir tt 1 amind paId
or scalds. Ion't neglect such thing. Do you M 0 d of P O derbi ? d w- Le f lm
-they may result scrlou, ly If you Trhe gat b in hal a e u t I sad imdew i l 'W sre.
do. Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment isergth that always isa mjoyed by Om MalnlMll ietalt II
according to directions right away regular eaters t g ood oatmeal in
and it will reliever the pain and eal known the world over. Every yar
the trouble. Price. : Sold by W. M. Johnsuon. Quaker Oats. which i recogised ia
thiV country and in BEurope a the
0ath Vall.y. one priect oatmeal. Quaker Oats
DeaI t val:.." l an .o.rt vnl:' packed in tins keeps L h and s -- w
Irayo c.oU:.. i: .1 I any climate r ay length
I'alsatilaut r;illla:' ii lh. wea l :"Imd ll1,
r.nI:.,nt r, n ,!i .... -i' I-W ,M Slg Tab
ranges t Ut i nh. .:;t.t Muh 1 l t ihe 1
ley is i .''o -e i I el. at' aii r. r Errror in #IM .&
only a f-.a plhl.i'ie wi' r,. oii i' In mentlhming the new freight merv- CWr th s ar M, BnrV
dritikul..l \;llitr .,i e <.i : I lnc. i ie over the, Atlatrl ('oamit line in '*...r ; k Oi.kel a o -b
%alley i frx.,art Hie I. 1..1 f .. Tuesda)' lalm.r. wer were mistaken Y Ie.0"; I o t uawuAMM Ia-
lake lollI l.. *' I -I'. In the, departure of the train. It will ter; w.Wrt% to Atdm.
leave Galnes.illhe every evailnl at ld WO r'ialmt s i pria
,::{0 Initead of In the morning and tWWr 2 l e U anw
IAST O R6"iA II afford a quirtk and direct service ist .
SCA S T O R for the gKrs ,re of veetables. I ,WWS POUc AT m .lS
Ir lafuu4 U U -- MJ llw.Ml mAd#A
-k Ki I YMSb tll hmN "
W Yoe ho Is a pretty hard thing to acco mplI sh
Bears t ', ,- / %!1 when you're blue. bilo s and out ofu
ignatnr / 4 orts. There is a sre ecr ar a
kinds of stomach and liver complaints *a .. i
Tai Natla. -coastlpation and dyspeptia. BSaJ- Cad i W
In pumruane of Chapetr No llS, lard's HerbMne Is mld. yet absolutely
Section Laws of Florida, I give be- .fect Ivein all cases. Price M oa st- --
low a statement showing the amount per bottle. B ld by W. M. Jehals,.
of taxoe eollected by W. D. Dieaison.
tax collector of Alachus county, Flor-
Ida. for t h period aendln h I. For P m Rd Ta
Itle. as slhwin by county treasury' r
roripts on nile in my ulree. towit:

i( 1 n ,. 17 r
(,18 1 F" sue I di~e 4.

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::;..I I' .'., +1 1+:l it 1 Ma hrdl1.o!q t he fiUVe Is

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T.t. I ,,. ,u.ar ly fr tutoror; atlt p olam a S"

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I,,it i.. siht Li.li,41 T ilr-o th Igth. +".bA s ___
I,' take'lastielTIt alas Irto)u tr risi.
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.ae w be wlSbmW Men b aWed-.
boa to Ulm Rb H"t&ton. at
&Gn meW thi aceipahcts youut
le ft adra mft Mesterday hb
1 V.W o f lvia J vIMr Jack
*Vfay hew ll he melted I hly wd-
ink t Miss Mrut Iruddurlef Sealln
agy it) b sowst d aecomplwiis ed~otg

a th OthUaJt piA. .. ad U wh i s (',.I
ml es. 0 111 lotbr .O Vh'I". Or. I" \,Ak

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W. O4 uge ma" ftfe tnlumb s
-111111 M1 P1h81a sad sther
t11 o he a1abt f ee med t few

5.mL J DaM ma wfe of MKayir.
PbOa; t o J eat da pe t.

Mw pealh teW in t e ty yefr

the ti ayi. rauind he It
Mu Wd a msb.a

l fte py amm n wfl t p heo Mmt

few days in that sestea vh'ttaq seto
times t d friend.
r s. J. r. Bneb has retuered from
a sAht but pleasant visit of a f-s
lays to her p jnta. Capt. and Mrs
T. W. OGetea. at Port White.
Capt. H. C. Cato of High 8prilng
arrived In the city yesterday on a
bort visit to relatives. He il no
in better health than for years.
Mrs. M. H. DePass ad lateretlag
Uittl daughters, Mtoses Marie aad
tLame, left yesterday oqr Ocala.
whre thy will sped the next few
lays visiting frk-nds.
Mrs. T. Wiliams of Wadlo %as
among the shoppers visitlla Galnes-
vilo yesterday. She was accompa
oled by hei little graddaughter.
Mias Margurite Manning.
Mr. W. V. Cvin* of Eviastou was
opplagI l the clty y 'etrduay Hbe
wans as extenslte farm la th*, .c-
tiam. besale a very haadaom tm ome
ou the edge of the village
W. J. CofdlM of Port White arriv
ed il the city yesterday on a bsort
visk to friends. He was for many
)wara a rredidMet of alaneevllle and
las a large uuiber of friends here
lia, ti e glad to wnecl( Iiii:
.\;r I) C(' Mel ntl.o h ..i I J.itai lthi r
\!. \ illi tla. oaf l.a I' nes, .10.
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we Sma r leftbeln W e

m 1 ru 1 .tm
mw. m. T PJor of ssaster er Ad-

"I lylst1 tcbur pukleft retruday

ionc event, *T-.
AU tU wOak to ste Mel t ohe
Qggeity Cram of S em bGer-r
Im lir Me has met. h

to ol M sets of me engs pto o h
e arch at that glace. Elder Jame
La. tw ie pastor of th crch er e
wf em Upm thAe plpit meot Suaday
morlug Sal evealug.
L Amme tihe rba tew isirs to
,Of ta is leUesa n0. KaIlg, who
it esd Lto the hki4mh ad

Wn tw. evIng erva term as
r. and s"ral term as a mem
br oa the towe comelL Mr. Knight
tate hset Owne aepared 13 The
an of aB sI t b eowa e of theO

" met t d deemed sesmbed to
e4gaMe. This was mt the ca".
td Illasm deserlhed the eamse
IMI A Ot a mt t gw.

ot MNId Jme elm MofawthIee
alemppbIN the el'yessreay.

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4. 1. L &aE of me wmftW was
**I mams tothe alleyF as terI

I 1. QS tub,. i S
sf amd "ea. W"Usm of
vem%"mwe ame the vim

I L 3. 3 Lab~, airr e.l-
O m msan was ms the
0 the dt aymeber.
A e ft 9guHsf eme of the elder
of that %ae was tansaset.
%MAA .t the ally yesterday.
W. A IL A f terpub-- mcmh-
- o Mdf d was among the
buft dmusa GmbwUhg Turn

Will 0e to Mieanepy.
The GalaesilI Vaudeville Com
pany. under thbe auasgelu'nt of Mi
Arthur Allen, will KI a on.niKhtl-
i-.rformanc ;at tl,,' 1' c. A.l i
ihousl e l .(oi 'I' : ,* M I

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rrived sa IFri md8to hbeh
o emii lbs Me Se el hems.
re was a roir Of uau osf
wem t sad bath sa and od arem
meee sr det m Sely.

J. A. J. StrickeI d of HMage wa a
wvto t the cit yerday. r
W. C. Hague and Hugh May of
Alacbs are atteding eort bre.
a. Ells of Alachus was greeting
his asmerox Mcn I n Galar tltle
M s p.1e Smith of Archer was
tola the city yesterday on a shopping
exlledlt i
T. L W eeksa. a planter of the uaatr
Pe secton. was greetift his frktltet
tI the city yeustrday.
J. McCann and D. r. Kniht weru
amoM the LaCrose cltliens vialt
Ing Oalcesville yesterday.
J. C. Harris and W. C. HarroMl
progrelssve planters of LaCross. are
amua the vtsheo to the dty.
Miss Ola Shytlo sad tI Uttk
nephews. Racie a D. R Pagai
have returned fem a f e days visit
to relatives tl A -kdm.
M. Vesble of Areher. manager o
the Arche Crae and ome Camp
ay. mwas mes thMe beease viltor
ito cOalm vi 'lesteday.
Mrs. L W. Peas and dar lor.
Mlu Alma. left yesterday f g Haw-
thera sad wmV pead the aeat fa
dars at their beome the tem.
Miss Sll Ne Nher l atSoth Care
Ma has arrived to the eaity ad will
spend some time here visiting the
family of her .nte, P. B aP. c
D.D. Weeks ad A. G. Hll of La-
'roose were amoMg the viitors ere
yesterday. They were summed to
attead the preseWt eesl oOf euat
L. L Thoe of Truetoa arrived L
the city yesterday e a hbort b'-
aea trip. He e one of the moat ex-
tosive merchants of that part Othe

Capt. T. H. Wlard of Hlai Spriga~
ia. amun the vtsler to the ity
eeterday. He IseIgand In -the
mereautle brusiesa that point and
my* hbhMuer ts Ivetry lod.
A y iver lemas to cbroale di
psls and ad tl pati e-w akeasthe
while system. Do'as Reguets (25
eoats per boe) eorreet the liver. toe
thdo ste e emnstlpatum.
Mr. Ilars H. Males I r
wore -amin the vtors to the dcty
eslrday. 'They were aeeomponled
by their title sa. Chase. and the
tre m ade e trip 1 oM et their new
White kteaers.
0. I. Albriht. wo bas beeL t
Archer for the pat few days. reura-
ed to the city yesterday. He has ac-
cepied a poaitloa with the new flrm
f Maddox & Vidal and will hereafter
drive oe of their automobiles.
Mrs. M. SutiUf of Hawthorn was
anmul the shoppers visiting the city
yesterday. She was accompanied b?
Miss Lttie Teeter. one of the elfi
client teachers of the county and who
ias a large number of friends Int
alzine e ill.
Mrs. H. A. Pisher arsd daughter.
Ml Ruth. departed yesterday for
Talbot. lad. where they go In re-
spouse to a melssae announcing the
serious illness of the former's mother.
Friends trust that she willU nd the
condition of the patient much im-
l)r I. W Denham. D. D. 8.. has re-
tarned to his home In this city after
having spent the past school term at
the Southern Dlental College. At
last He *ill remain bere probably)
until the annual meeting of the Stti.l
hoard ad after iasrlnx th, exatinlita
tion will look for a location r a I licli
Io prllct it'

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i .a, kmit '*imogta. Kjrle-i fa,
-Mism SaoMr.Hall. Orangaae. height
Milt-,. Wilbur %Iasrri,.. Itiit. 4m to.
%h&-% Aimit. (Ctiwiiai H l'aig
NII '. l,,t'1I- I gt1l. 1 Ililt



k I ? ,Sr

MiN Lctdli Bryant 8M.....4.M
N Mi Pres Av Pla A ..... 4h.M
Mibs Ro Lee Ivos, HIfh
9 r~ g ............I. ....... 24.7
Mss AlUm Holy. Arreadoo. -s.
Misa Liee Airett, Newberry W0.21
UMis Jewel St ley. Hapw... 1.31t
SMr. I Ware. High Spritg... .*177

Mils Cm Pltkett. Newberry..
MiUs b ma Williams. Treatm.
MIss Ante Bevlle. Arredoado.
Ml*- AId Pesrre. Newtwrry...
M~I Mtael lurnett. L~rroshe..
Mihs Lhul Gay. ItHll ..........
M.lau A. ;roff. N.wberrv..... .
MissGe Ortrde Gulln. ague...
Mts Katie Akin. Arreoodo....
Mis Clara m peight. Hague...
Mias Pearl Meleod. Alacha ..
Mta M. N. Sackes. Newberry
Miss Ulze Smith. Newberry..
Mrs. J. Parker. IaCroos .
MIs Willie Ceha ks. High
Sp gs .....................





nshI Week Shew Heevier Ianeres
WI Numbers PFelled-Ail S*e-
teras Very Active.

The ote la tile Co-UOjralie CJa-
test Is warming up at a very rapid
rate. sad the Interest being taken In
the country preclcts Is something
pheoomeaal. It hbows that the can-
didate are postin their h4fends as
to where to do their trading when
they visit the city. for within the
past week the country vote ha more
than doubled. By referring to the
adverthiement etewhere you will
I- a lit of merhebats who give

A rge anwmber of workers are
sedg i clubs to The Sm anad this
a proving a rapid way for them to
advance. as duriag their spare time
at home they ea vork among their
friends. secure wbserlptsos. job
workor r advertising ad It will all
eount hlansmely. Notice the cdub
Jaer and get ap as many as you

Mis Mabell MeCredle of Micauopy
agate jm- to rat plce ad sh
has he followed Mi sses agsah.
Hanmed and Ages sZetroser, all
of whom polled M iotes tthe
Nestora sectlia.
Ia the Western ad Northrn sec-
tim. Mi Aane Kirki of Alah-
a is the present leader, but she isa
fltlewed by good embers, Mrs. Mad-
des of Araber belk a close second.
Msl Icaid Bryant of Bell has
ade a peat gala drtng the week.
Pooowbng bt the tending:

Mts Jeso evao ............. 41.9 li
Mim Adle Ooode ...........177.10
Missa ateUe Beal ............ 04JM
Mis Marguerie Labetter.... 79,819
Mim BDeese Carv er .......... 6T.7M
Miss Nera Stalls ............ 27.48
Mis Gertrude Harrod........ 23570
Miss Hele Holder .......... 13.92
Mis Myra Swearlugen ....... 13215
Mis Mary Fer uades ....... 7.7t0
Mki Blnseb Thompsou....... .776
Kim Ara M. Iawt .......... 6.11
Miss Alice Schaler ........... 4.81
Mr N. W. Taytlr ........... $3,
Miss Mabel WIllums......*... 2.175
Mis Mamie Croach .......... 2.156
Mi.l Grace Dullard .......... 2.110
Miss Mande McKay .......... 1.800
Miss Willie Robertson......... 1770
Miss Fannie Whitin ......... 1,475
Miss lva llauknight ......... 1.180
Miss Joanna Morris .......... 1.073
Miss Ella Ialley ............ 1.02
Miss Pettle Goes .......... 355
astern and Souther District.
Miss Mabel McCredle. Micanopy 3t1.40.
Miss laora McCredle. Micanopy b8.62.2
Miss Hattie EngliLh. Tacoma.. 0O.4:3
Mi lite*sie Waits. Hawthorn..G6. h5
.Maln Kila Jolly. Orange Helghta 4.:
Miss Agues Zetrouer. Rochelle2.".; "
Msls Pauline Carlton. Mica-
nolpy . . 2. 2.780
liss Cordella Crowla. Rocky
Point ... . ... ..... 20.



MOHR & SON. St. Petersbur. Ir--
We want eg. poltr. vegetables
and fruit Are Ia to u h withhe
vry bot arket of the oth.

WANTFID--Cautlpe sd peah
pickers aid packers at the Ort-
lta Florida Orchard Co's. orcards.
Komoko. Pla. Make applcation to
Griffing Porda Orchard Co.. Jack-
sonvllle. la.


FOR SALE-Daroe pig, $ eah. I.
H. WUI., ivatafto. LMa.

FOR SAL--My $175 due bil which
was awarded me la Ist piano eas-
test conadcted by The 8us. For
further particular addre P. O.
Box J. Newberry. V.


LIAT--One female hud po Apr
lf3t; color, blue with a black pot
aerm root of taiU ad both ears
ack. Will give a good reward for
pup. .O. P0. rgMsi Miea opy. Pa.


bood. IEsfncates guaranteed or
mesy- refun ed; fe per bottle.
Sold by W M. Joiasa.



When lIy calling oill Tlle
GItaiietville Furniture Com-

pany you will rtneive a
card ? When this card liaa

beenl puncheJ,


ash purclhatse alnountitng
to $3, return it with 31
cent. in StainpIp aidl you
will receive a



IvaII Act.oiaoiutI i-tl:.eI p
f If I, lI ~ IL ~ic 1-,,1 11.-gieid for-
011,' A B-44 :1T L
F I d'.I ..

Art tm 4jare~,.d~~ ~at~

Gainesville Furniture Co.

Headquaters let




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\lis lHertle 8haw. laranlrnks.
Mlss Annie Lewli. Hawthorn.
\lir, Paitit Zetrouer. Rochelle
\iis> nlnia Gutbrie. Hocbhelle.
%111 I.:lla Perry R mnhblle ..
MIlu Jewel (;odwin. Hawthorn
.*i s Marcia Stricklund. Waldo
%llist Nellier Reener. Micanolpy.
Miss Mattle J ailuiigsh. Rochelle
diMs la'Verue lisbitt Micanolp
Ml-l Emila s l.nsII. Walido
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