Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01668
 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 16, 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: VID01668
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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i~xJ\I~vIL FLORID'JIA. SI \I~AY. 3MAY 16.111414.0







literary Society Program for Thurda&y Eveniui, -Mr.- Wa. O of rgthe New Laws PFr bits ie ds IClNcyd

Craatidn Exercises tbe Folowiag Eveniog. Largest Vote from Outside Fro U SiewDlks I t iil
SGections Friday.

Although the G(;in.i .llle ligh
School will not clo(-' until Monda\.
the 25th of thi. month. the conm encte
ment exerclaes will take place next
Thursday and Friday nights. This
arrangement is made to avoid a con-
MIct with the commencement exer-
caies of the University. which will
be held in the High School Audito-
On Thursday night the High School
Literary and Iklhating Society will
give an entertainment, the program
for which is as follows:
1 Piano solo. "Second Val' .. iGod
ard)-Isabel Padgett.
2 Essay. "Queen Elisabeth"-Ag-
nes Spencer.

S ('i Cli..- i Projphe -li:thI: Il;(ig
;. l'i.ini tri a. (;'tanl (;aloip Ilrill
antt. \Walli nhata!. --1-alw-ill Padge'tt
li'i le ;la-* and M.iary ThigIpe|t.
7 Oration :ad V:i'..lriet Allenn P"oe' the.l )lur'it
S "Piano sol',. "**('(oe rt Pololnois.'.
a Enxlemann *- Margaretr :1Mrchant.
9 Presentation of Diplomas--Prin
cipal W. H. Cazaels.
S10 Chorus. Sa ing Song." tFrede-ric
Lohr I
11 Addretb Dr. Andrew Sledd.
12 lienediction HRe. Kranci, ('ralk
it ll
The graduating class consists of
s-even girls and three boys. A more
agi a At .l ; 1..I gi a a'.*. 1d ( a1.i

3 Piano du-t. "eIes Charse Aux any high school. Although in prelp
Gazelles." (Calvtii-.Mary Thigplin ration and thoroughtnes. they aret
and Lottie Scarborough. not all that miglit ht desired. th.ey
4 Recitationa. The Flying Ma- will toniuir' favorably with the,
chine"--Mary Dawkins.. graduating cla..s of a other r hlii
5 Piano duet. Imllpromptu a Ia school in the State ilst of all. the..
Houglol*"- Eloise lkDuglabs and Clara realize their Mlhort-cominags and de'
McDonald d clienclli'tc aid are' ainiousi to correct
6 Debate. 'Shall the Solid South tlhen. Tie-) are uaitiiiiousl fer a bet
lie Broken? Affimiat ve. JoeI I t eru 'iucutiOn. at lI-a.-tl sv i- f 1e h i
Swanson. Sidney Godwin; negative. having lxplrest-ed the Intenitionl of
Frank Swanson. Earle Kelley. er tt-riug college next fall They have
7 Chorus. "Illow lalmy Breeze." nade- a re.niarkaille record in attend
4(Wagneri. atlce, a rctr. ot ,lo tlif ithe twin
S Conm'edy. *l turglart"-- Fltcher :and tlher. ~hool umA) justly fe-e-l proud.
Ellis. Clarke KE aus. Katie Barri and With one i exception not a niembe'r eof
Malmwl l.anisil ithe class. has. Im-n alhellnt or tardy a
Although the young Iweople who lime during the teilni. I'ifortiinatell,.
are to take part in thete ext'rcis.es duty delmiandde-d that on*i of tih class

have had but litti e', \l| i.i' itl
- cl'ety w ork. moniw of lh, in an ll. di.r
ic part of thi.- Itrm. *'ah ill l" r
* rm hi- (or Ier p art i', i r.diit
'ire'' of the' il 'l,'t rs .ir. -,plir r ,t ,.
m* ote- i's a jil i.i 'I Ti I wior k
i ha rd iln tl I I', :.,, : i.0 .*- : .
.'ec'hie-.. ant d (,ii.sid, I .i l ir .it.'
I *-1 .riT l-ir I ,I i < il -ll .%- .!1l
Graduating Exercises.
Ih"e gra iitatit i *. \, r. @ % bIl I t
11 I l k. pIlai i I lt i l, i,. l It A '
Sl. foll>w -
I i ml:iat i I t I F' I{ ,l i .-, -
('Ilaort- \ 'a I *r .*.I-

S lianu l l'.I, a t, '. il,',r

Sihaltglll ltr I F-'ti.i I- 'l l A'.1all
I Oration l ,a l .4 ,iIia I- \ l
- l p4) ienlie t of Iht r.iai a.. I't ;' r
I e'elrt-

Uncle "Jake" Gleason to Leave

II .i l t,
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I.*w orrilm m ra imrla lotgli -ha \ it.1li Ia it

A couiate-aI ul (11 i t ka k i~l th-i, iaaat
1-rs hits trio- ol- I,% ill,.In thi-

should lea'..' awhcrh l to 5cotltp:nnvi :t
Isick rulat I'.. to N.'s Mexico. OnlY
tht' call of dut) could have dravii
lim a aa* %from bchiool A letter.
'14-at ioer 411mug fan adi m-:-wia t resaide-illt
;;I alIit li: al.1. i f .I nilit I I I 1.11.1
a a1 -

Graduating Class Roll.

I la.r-t Itliath K 11--ai h.I ) Nloi'it an,.
VA-mi.0-, lt Kohs, itMe

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gr~e~. ai fiaaaei iiiiall 1-oiii miz t illa
1la1al 1 I m r I ta -ItIIIita I IitI adalhaa
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'44tti1401A ;I-tat I-A a it i -a r it tae. r to

olig ag lit- t I.111 W~ee kiae.' t iat til-
Bllak-e.- It:.:# 11.4 1 IAI 'A eN4iaMaa- hii 11
4 oil tat i r #-IliiaI ItI it I li % 4 11ista-tI Ilha I lt h
%ill .ic balk wimth :I lit l it. leata.-

Ir'ta there -oniithaiag u bkh onaly a
Ssalt wi carI dia fior you today?

Legislature Pays Tribute

to Florida's Dead Senators

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Ily far the heavy lest vote polled in
the C(o-O()pratlee Conte t was cast
duriiin Friday. and not only have the
candidates In the city received large
numbers, but the way In which the
country sections have advanced
-.hous that the inteie.-it i cirtainl)
The handsome diamond ring to be
given away is nito on display in the
show window of I.. Smith and car
lte seen by all wtriviang to win thit
handsome .rize. The itlanott. whicl
will come front the A. R. lHarpe'
Piano Company. will be placed on.
exhibition the firt of the comnla
week. A letter received from Mr
Harper states that he will ship the
instruments from bhi Jacksonville
house and they will arrive here at
once. The fact that the instrument.
are purchased from a reliable bouse
which has done business here for
many earn assures the contestants
that they are ge-tting a inte inlatru-
itlent The Instrument- ca iry with
them a tien year guarantee and the
Ipromoters of the plan have added a
fine-' stool and scarf with each instru
Ilt'n t I'Ion arrival the% will IN-
lilacred one .each in the' Gaines illk
Hardsarr Conllmpany and the Gaines
vilie Furniture Conlp; v window t
ready for the inipee'tio.i of all.
A club of daily )ulbnrrllI-rs wasIt r'-
i.i\-dl from .1lssa Ponell of Alachua
-'rid;*i.. and ita. a re-.nlt h*' haha
.;aill anc('d fromI a-c-%lnth to firat place
in the (ontt.st Another hliK ladteanr
has been that of Mrs I W\\'ar of High
Sliriu:-s. a lto also inake-. a lremniend

Following was the result of the
count Saturday morning

OGanesville-Central Section.
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a I. t 4h e T a % taOO;I *2,'"#

1 I Mar) Ie'ri '.1 -, A iiri l.t i i a.7l .',
V. r. N W\\ TLi. lir 4.i0i
II 1 iiait I'rmti h ::.17;.
l 'Malt..I \\ lll;lii. :a. .
'\i-. ;rac, lIullard 2.11.
\lits. Maud. MaKa'. lh
\l -t Aniie 1'IIll Taylor 1.7m)
.Mils. Fantie Whiting 1.475
Mias KEa Ilauknight 1.273.
alim. Ktlls Iailta > 1.23:
.Mis. Jaaaiunia Morrin 1,l7l'
eastern and Southern District.
I l- %.at- ,.I M t('re'dite Maleaaopl,) ';.4...
\1la.- I. ,: lia 'al-t'r l-d M.at aliopl j% ::;ii,.,
\1it- Iliatle. :Kiill-hl TTacomaia 9l :i;,
'1i- I:, *.,.i. \%% H lia thorn 7l.;-, 7.
al -:ll. Ia ll < I r.iig. e H'lghl.-s ," 0'.
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(ConcdI wet in regular ad4our -ed@Walllms. beslaced no no Its gro

e,,-aion .May 14th. with President
Iirooxme. Aldermtn turnett. Col-
i lo.Kh. (;o:'dl ii. Graves, Phtfer and
(lerk IDell in attendance.
Alderman Burnett moved that the
report of the Sanitary committee be
received and adopted and sanitary
committee' be Instructed to carry out
their recommendations. Carried.
Alderman Graves moved that the
complaint of D. M. Ikean regarding
his taxes be referred to the commit-
tee on clalu'm. The Cv lHarris tax
matter was referred to the mayor.
chairman of ordinan e and rt~tirman
of finance committees to adjust.
Alderman Hurnett moved to place
Ordinance No. 17i. being an ordinance
to rrlulate the use of bleycles. tri-
cycles and similar vehicle. on flrat
reading carried. The rules were
waived and the ordinance passed on
Its second and third reading, every
member voting "I '
Alderman Burnett moved that the
matter of Sunday ,usingr oe referred
o the ordinance committee. Carried.
Alderulan Ihurnett moved that com-
plaint of Mr. Itaas he referred to
nm:ayor and mar-hal to remedy. a
Aldermanl Iluruttt moved that ordi
taaurei No. 179. regarding Jacks and

teedina. This moo was earrieC
and the rules were waived and t
was; advanced to secaad "radig. AlJ
derman Colclough mooed tat th
ordinance be recommitted toe ord-
nnce eomittee. which w a l ear .
Alderman Pllfer moved to pie.t
Ordlnace No. 180. being aa ordi-
nance to relate aletomoiles the
city. on Its lrat readla. This n.'v.
tion was carried and the rales were
halved and the ordlntao pass.aI
upon Its second ana third reading
and become a law.
The ordinance committee to whom
was referred the matter el refhm4.
Ing the Se of N. Prandema reaom
mended that msme be dqon, and qpa
motion of Alderman leetawi the
clerk and treasurer wau ewaed to
draw a war."aat for $IgoM of
the Contlamnt fratd.
Alderman Burett moved that In
case the law ad ordlamca a emalttae
fail to rea e a aWttsUaa with Mr.
Saaches estatistms y to edaetl,
that city attorney Io lnstrated to
proceed l* oIandemaiimem a ateonI aa
weh was carried.
Upon moUrn of AMkram S ISra
the council adjourned mM Tueaay.
May 18th. at 8 p. u.

le --B

no py ..... . .....
M..is Mary Hall. Orange IHelgh'a
Mls KEflie Tison. Karlton.....
Miss Annie ('annon. R. Point..
.MIhk Vandalia Staf. Waldo....
Mliss (G rtrude Smith. Pair-

banki .. .
Miss Mary Loiule Atwater.
W aldo ......... ... ........
.Miss .Mlanllte Itally, Waldo ....
.M1-, Cra'ie Moore. Ilaand
G rove ......................
Western and Northern Secti

MiSae K'. .& itPowe'll. Alse-LuA
Niita HIatt IaI I.I-dIig. Tiega
el ip-s Vida it arrosa. Ifrll
.1 r.- I Wtar,.. Iliada $lorhilta
M i.A Aws,. Kirkla tid. AlaelauA
N1r. Ii II .0doi. Archer .
M 1 1 :11, 11 lloti illo. Arrviltowtl o
\1 a..- mloa a II hIt I st It.all

SIJ1 111(m
%Iis It l a t lpgsA iod j
%Ika as. z14' A rletk AS didoer
Mel j Em l i Williarmi?.. Trlucmi
%I 1 .4 -04-11 Staiale'. haisi u.f
M i.'Cl ('elmN icke-tt. Nes-arr)
I'i-- Amnils- Ite* ills-. Ar' d 'lee-w
Mi.. SIMabel Iturnett. LCromaw
Miss Ada Pearce'. %#wwtrry
Miss I.ul a Gym. 11. ..
Misi AA. Gol f Newberry.
Mists G;ertrude Gulinn. Hague'
Miss Katie Akin. Arro'dondo
%Ill'.%I Clara lHim-ght, Hague
Mlp- I'iaarl MWIAei4d, Alachua
alr 'tIx SaN Zlihei Newbtrrv
vt .- Li/La. Sudih. No-,a brry
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I). W. Senter, who has beea mader
treatment at the Bailtafrtn for nv.-
eral weeks. departed for bhis bho in
rTnnes.ee a few days siee, very
much improved la health.
Miis Ruger. of Wlaconsta. remain
at the Sanitarium, having been at the
Institution all the water. Her heakle
is now decidedly better. A

i'"" Mrs. Dr. McMllan of Morristou ar-
Ion. rived during the last week and will
ti.:'.ro remain under the treatment of Dr.
7;.4;,* IlePass until her health Ia better.
7o.lI(M Robtrt ('albous of Jerkey City was
,ti. t ,, ilnllI dI'rin'K the past week, but
:.,;o 1I I low feeling much better. Mr. Col-
;*:.., houn ha spent several winters la
61. ';* (iaimDsvillk. and the allmate always
::!.14l ; areet with hin
SMr- J K. Hiura has reovered and
3:..30 rrefturnaed to her home in North
S I3 '(;Gaineslille Heir case was very eert
2..,;::. ous and she in to be comgratulated
It;. 17. on her prompt recovery.
I I.':, Miss les Huater of Morriotoa. a
.,330 recent arrival. Is improving raPlWy.
', .*, Mr.. IaCroil. who was eo sorts
2.40 ly Injured I a runaway Mso tim
F,130 alIep. la sow able to be up abhet
1.136 the 1haoe.
790 Miss Suse MaansL ome of the
720 falthrfl auras. to taking a g r rWaSm
450 *d vacation.

255 Bome article tt is e-pl "1t ti
144 way" at your hb ose mlt. If aiv
110 ti ed, .e sold to nsoae who is a&&
106 toaly toktaiug r
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Three Men Klled, Twelve

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of fts oPof O e weet I'
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S ti b e avera he f or U

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as iPs ei"0fe da

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a a it wasll "taolble for

If D, a Iaan IL lot uIsr,
"am"Samoa" peer th rner.s"

ieW WhEr i o tihe homet or Mr
InM W7 etg of the maTe

oiitiia Gag lb ty Da tee wl t have
ggega l f belveoity m Ixpert-.
I s w ati me i" t se thofult

b iWems will tyll "wiat a thee
l r atsie b theostad r the
w i r Ve tslrow eros o whe
is; plsr W. itot d will e soe
as "sheis atui Ddeiaoes orith";e

aLm. s. e. ~be d bo nTeltow astio

le riesels'; PUrl .ok Lta.eY th
Sralmthoe wre defrm thei a

m Igf. m d. sroId w s msle f shortr
It ~seu a ato the home oat hiMs
ea etebr wlate th arm dio Mr.s
Ti miag meeting .of the H..rti
s ia sisty at Dauta will have
i ra of w the averas. ity tdzenrit
now Stagts aon ther pgrtamps.

a I hoped that the universityy
W0 h eoampUaested by the pr -
o of many vllitors.
br. Mahay of Jacksoville. the
l Traary mrsol of the State loard
of HIelb. t I in tialinevlle lunspct
L the Sotai eattle for tuberculoe

Theo smaller from the LeAgla
e to taspist the I'alverslty sad IE
to-I Stau i wwer well eotertalm
d by m 9 of the leadla citilas of
ilis. Jt Carter of Maria"



It will Poon he



time, so you better look
over your outfit aid see

what you need.

the nost complete
Fishing 'l'aklt il
tion of the State.

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I Dvine Servi Will Me Held at All
Plaes of Worship.
Service will be observed at the
various ehrches f the city today as
Firat Presbyterian Church. Rev. T
P. Hay-Morning service to:3o; sub-
ject, "The Day of Full Dsilosure."
Sabbath school 4 p. m.; topic. lcA
alum and Lystra." Evening service
T:45; letter from our missionary will
t re-dt.
I irt Ilaptit Church. Rev R It
Rogers-Sunday school 9::!. a. pi
Preaching l1t:34 a. an.; subject. "Con-
quertln Heroes." Junior t. Y. P. '.
2:30 and Seniori Y. P. I'. 6:4. p.
m. Evenin senrvlce. 7:4.':; subj-t.
"The Credential of Love." Rev.
Rogers will preach at Rocky Point In
the afternoon.
Advent Christian Church. Elder J.
T. Johbaon-Rev. James Lee. form-
er pastor here, will fill the pulpit at
both services. Rev. Johbnon is at
Live Oak holding a revhial meeting.
Fir.t Methodit Church. Rev. F. R.
Bridges. The regular service to-
might wll be in charge of the Senior
pworth LeaUue and yomn people
of the church Ao League service
thi afternoon on account of the
night service.
Holy Trilty Church. Rev. P. H.
Crmalhll-P-lfth fpuday after Easter.
Holy commu-lo 7 a. Morning
prayer and aermo 10:30 a. m. Sun-
day school 4 p. m. Eveling prayer
and sermo 7:30 p. m.
t. Patrick's Catholic Church. Rev.
P. J. Lybch-Mas will be hed at 10
a. m. Devotr of the Holy Rosary I

k 1De Hae 0l C.0ok-Sve
Ddlivemi en- wh yo ws h---r whose ye dea'I wT h
thus it doMs st om th khtche. Noe the CABINET TOP,
with bolwit erwiarnl pae s kerin food boa after cooked, r
cnoaiaa d iao tmlv tkt cam befoldd bak wman not in uaa, a
two Lcke bn (ii holding owek
Thism em. With or withait Cabime Top, At your dealer
or writ. ou a lWmI amy.

Tb8 Aa UA M rmdood-asdianwd as-
Idfl lict gi. sMidly al ,
basdfally aichetod. Your larvig-rom wi be plmoni
wi aRa oy I_ mp,
It t wt yw deaer, wais r ams Iagency.
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___ n Ar uinrsvir rnoinrruin onPANI
in v W n .FIN9 GOLD WATCH. ll
SWatehe Gi Ove Away by Phtfer Ie. --- Not Iar atld-
Well Meeaaamendd. >ffce and Draftiur oomo Opposite Brown Houer lotel.
Ms C. W. IMeDeoal'd has r d I" other eolta of our paper wl P.O. Drawer "W." Bell Phone No. 245
iam lh ss- pl a. a be found a certiSed statement made
S*i*s dl i past*two Wes L by L A. Jernigan & Son, jewelers. N. I. COX, Consulting Eng.neer
Mt that polat and wa greatly be.. by
d Itha tat d was tly e pon the class of watches given away
".eery Baturday evealn by Phlfer h eivy gf AU i Mrs Pitu A rL y M i. E imstu. M-a
JM d ha ra r to Istrop. of the New York Racket to the..
bemh i t s city after pedilng the per on bringing the largest amount Ci- l id CrU hp tt y Ci ett
p t few week at Hawthorn. He of trading coupons issued by that Tchid MW ShtIri Fa.
e bees remodeltng and repairing frm for every dollar traded.
sam dweltam or the reniell place. We have b b-n hbon Ith. ope of Conpultation in (i\il, Mleclnical and EL6rtrical Eirimnrin M~ater- i, l sc|il
Miss mllas Crews left yesterday the ladies. and gentlemen's watches lnvertigatioan, inclruing Patents. IDratirng atn li it Ii.aI.Hi. lw-,ri at- .. ket"lw,
er Aiekba to spea4 the aext few and asked to Inspect them thoroughly. Tyvj'ritten Circulars. (Contruction. .i.tair"--, nal r..;.nri this ,line, r..
days with friends. She was acomp-a which we did. Of course uw are not cited. Testing department. A.ctrrat Ttech.n cal Traling. f 1..1, il
akd by Mis l eulah Gaskett of jewelers. nor ar-e we In I|llition to
Puta Gorda. who has been visiting give expert testimony in regard lo
her here. them. huNt from otrr .ei- rr-,vvee !ith f
Mr. W. T. Gill of Alachua arrived watches we would recomnwnd them K AUTOMILE C
Ia the city yesterday and will spend as good watches. something that no
the anet few days here visiting rela- man or lady would be ashamed to ---- B. MYEi~?, Manag.r-
tiveL. Se has recently returned own and a watch that is calulaited
fom a visit to W'et Florida, where to slwak for the enterlrise anid iro- U -A... I('
abe was the guest of her late hu.l gre-lhf.nerh of the w illknown firm d i .--- i.r i-.- ar
band's parents. for .airs to crnUe U IC K ,i ^t ni BUICK
All who are fortunate enough to so-
IW IE A cure one of th,;-e valuable ,atch,,P
M W TO Ey FAT a.inpa sa prei,,n, ir trading ih REPAIR 1%%'( )I K A NI I rt ll.
PIOPORTIONATELY '"I. Yrk itak. -. he,.Yo rSkl c.li o rl %oU Frial
t_ ho 'ltgetl fu( ill % l lit 1 ir oullr Iil'n *y.
,houl d cuuaid r-
,r tul llus

Proportion is the. thin A fat A,
man yearns to reduce( her alalonilti.
but *be doesn't want to reduc-, a
srawCey neck This fact co'nd-nlllir
the dieting method of reducing YVou
can't stare the fat uff oine Ilace and
not of another. Simply i)uib> lel
ltut why try dieting. or e.l'n t a.x r
ciiung. when there is a bbettelr .it%
of reducing fat than cithter
Tr) the follow nl: Onie-haif uuun .
Marmola. % ouncv Fluid Extract
Caseara Aromatic. 3% ounces P-epNlr
meat Water Au) drusgist will fill
the above cheaply. Take a tasl.Olil
ful after mpals and at betdtiie and
see if In a few a*e-ek you are not
losing about a pound of fat a day -
not from places where you are nIorm
ally pluap, but from those that are
overly fat. The recellt works like' a
charm. I sa told. and though It Iro
duce. delightfully apiar,.nt le Multsr
yet it is perfectly harnuless. lkwor t
even cause' wrinkles. the') aw a lit*
have Iu it,. LJ i &uil'I .. h uI. Ill. a
diet, which aret two o(li.r i.Ltluai'.
ua d inupAIuil- it( deller''lm l It I,*n-'.-, *I
.oer all ulhe r I.At rducars 1 I i
heard of luilustd ol bliiw iu Iliinful
In fact. asl so Uiany of the' ad.lctirsd
reledlle are. it Iullro'.s tihe, bralth
auld appetitel and .owtulle-xlou
The awake pra rea te wani
ila. every day--ad answers some a
rI'lt as often

Biliousness and Constipation.
Foir 'e-.ar'. I %%.istrim~obld '%kithdaI-0

I, II h10 m i '0111 1)4 t I A 1i -, iiid
I Ife II a-tor~aIsIt-li~ fr uisi.. M jis IIitboI it,
fail-d III# I- l to mut n '. atjai.tu (sore. .aael
%e italil ) l.iiaii urvoiaranmi.nanda cal i
tihart it t ouaI y madeo n a,,tturora. 1
I do i)t notknoi uV ore I .Imuldhi'.e-
be--1 on toay laid I iut trio-d 4 luiuamfi er
nitti S ltomauc~h antd 1.1%#. r T~able-i.r,
'h.t tAllilt. r- le'. the Ill ft--l itii at
onte'. istrentlhi-ii, the' digesit a'.' fui:,
tious. iourif) t(he tomach. ,li'-r atid
blood. hel1inug tbe' a)sttemi to do ith
wprk naturally.-Mrs. Roo%& Pttit.
IrtuitiglhiuI. Ala. Tba-be talol-i& are
for bale' b) all druggists.
Marshal Arnow Gets Another.
Ilirtrii.l Arnima $aturdAs arrested
.Ancthot uS Sao-MI" t iri; targith ru.
ti(l XiIaIIAbe 4'ClimM El 111oT i .& %I % V.1t-I
drnIlul n a li. jat ciil j
cretoii anid .4v a As It hd fI It *.ii 1
fud for mnaunibp. As rit. .2' :,a 4
III. d lI" eoi JrOtIg. J laIag s I' fi.I
1*111 V,. ajind cea. V, %% ta '. .a I hiIi-
% III is. t 1111ital..l d to of
.114 autI at tilt I muimual [ I i lt 1.e %11

Ftur a burn or *alad av1ej' 4'lhidi a
ibe-11A IJ l Aiti $, It Oill allA) Ilt' VuIS
A111 tael i i i 1M I a n11) d quickl) htao-.a it-,
tiajurud ieart Foe salt IV t l l thux

Does not Color the "air
*WW-6 LOk VIM ig CWL-""..S-f
am_ "s" eW dort-w. "Ask hIds the-I':.is a uSo& in lrekmstAsk
Mu 9 be dag Am's Rika w. a.modeumt. .- hum kwumla. b= .
"Oka P"scoulN &fw la hO 66. w 11 4 wadrtff. Let h idedAs. He huI
te...LL I set

The "Rainy D

. I ItI I I iivt n( t)tern r-

litiver..ity. No oie
this proatectionl. WV-Ii

fe l o f*I 'lt1
Is hiui~ue'' dt a




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Here It Is!




FOOTE & DAVIES CO, General Dealers
14 Wi Frq t. AkMik. FWria

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ftwion mh
Fbign Arm=

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Should be Regulated n Conformity!
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ju citizoei-,'. di,( rivim ..t. .- fiti i mtEla ''' e* 11, iat~i. ti,i1 A. V,*k mid i Iadt,
III Lc 9 ~ *s ~ cij e,.I i relii,:ac tit at l 14 c a p il14-r 111
At the- ro-quoe at eof fllm%, the* re'3crt. A*. '.r fev all mid 1mil, rt,.: '*'
ir votirda %- i i-nd a~ ri..eio tc ugt tho : 'V I l6 r--eit. i ~ liiih a'.A11111 1 1,
opiion o a o- ofIli- 1101A 01k#if 'e'n te.ji~ I. kc*i. a- cl .i.&H aw URKNIMS PIANO CONTEST.
n., sell a-4 citivizeau. mid ina a-arl o-% Ir :t (- 41. .- .t .11, 1,1 A ( bi. -
e-ry mititance' the' people Msated that W W VA~ "ra The. l-A i Following iii.the' rieult as counte-d
it was unjust, and a asiin conflict With -idlm 1 C.rtutiI''.'Ilise'riiaa,a~it
the' StAte hlim! tIng '4are- alloitted t(csell pIa lsr- lligh Schqiscl ~ ~ *4
P. Mllk-r stated ~dcmaat %:%lit buat (amiot Nulolplhour Eastomlaer- ai ha MiAss Klli'e 4 and .. 1;.,
to be placed in a P'ltirwitio to) % lolate la cligar. b)ut he' may A alk on down (':111 Ali ar.'y Er*'I
the Sunday law. taut we ha~oe attmid I* retadlu a mi a he aii''tiii.........1?%'
ctidtoniers who are- irsil lain alAiv o k- A' Thl iv i t re' c't It.r :iviir nairw o. .o............ 6-1%4

ing us to do little fa\or- that would
Iw In direct violation of the, present
ordinance. We do not belie ,e in dia-
criminations. but at Irete'nt it is alto-
gether a discrimination, and a wide
one. We have been trying for the
aast two years to meet the demands
of our customers without Imposing
spon our help on Sunday, and in
this we have done the work our
selves rather than compel emplloyve
to remain here during any part of the
day. For a place the size of Gaines-
ville. we consider that Sunday observ-
ance is carried out better than any
city in the South. and as a further
fact. that ,we are endeavoring to
I).ease only the people, we have dis-
continued the sale of all of the ob-
jectionable matter that Is a great
source of revenue for other places."
I,. C. Smith. the jeweler, said:
* Everything should be closed, as It is
a violation of Christian or civil law."
J. Manasse: "I think the law dis-
criminates. entirely too much. John
Alex .sIwnt a few dollars and busted'
it tlAo \ ar- ail
C C Chitt'. of II. M. Chitty a

b.tit. Iutl Se Iwk or the-,Mll-
ii to et logt-ther aaad paca ~s Iaaau- M a

hinit that aciuld at least Ist in con-
forniltya ith the State la H along the
ubjert iWe know ti;lt thie Ire.s.ntt
ordinance would not stand. lbut l ho
wants to be' arrested and ilacedl on
trial for such a triklal matter"
Dr. llodg'es w..i. se'-n ands .tated.
Galnesitill i is becoming a citi I
know of no city In the world where,
a man may not get a cigar. a cool
drink or ;uch necessary medicines a.
he may need on the Sabbhhath I think
that cur Sunidav crl.i ne liw, ni.-t
hatle ,ben passed without careful
(ois-aideration on the part of the
council. as it seems to be full of dis-
crepancies. I believe in Sunday oh-
-erv;ance". ut I do not h tlieve in
'ip :it ci-ni "
A large number of other citizens
were seen. and also the druggists, all
of whom claimed that the law was un-
Just and unfair, as it failed to prohibit
the sale. but restricted it to certain
.art ,i.- it'l
As an illustration, you can easily
buy all you want of a news butch.

G;raff. Newlwrry ...
I'ernandez ..........

J. W. Gleaon ... .... ...
Flossie Graies ........... .
Emma ee Hudson ......
l I l ri'

:1, %g

IA. J. IlL I III.i.

If you desire a clear complexion
I.l:- Foley.v'4 Orino Laxative for con
.tilation and liver trouble as it wil'
stimulate these organs and thorough
ly cleanse your sy-tem. which I
what e*e r.none needs in the spring In
order to feetl well. J. W. McCollum
& Co.

SALESMAN WANTED to Msll to gro
cers. druggists and confectioners;
$100 per month and expenses. Call
fornla Cider & Extract Co. 8t. Louis

this locality to repr cent U ;
exiw-rience unnece ar.; $11 ,o Iwr
mo. and exlwno-. Write for par
ticulars Monarch Cigar Co., Ht
Iulis. Mo




W':ANT\ IIi-A huatlc'r to handle- %'Ie
l''r ltwitt.-r S. l':u.itrmo In A Im hud
coim.11 goow 'l promicisclUon Fiq full
Aauforaamt 'aii ajili111.1 1. lVrAkaii
Nlacnnclia 1l4111-


) HKENT -.r. rtin re(tame.l cloc-c in
Inlquire Te-l gral h I offict.
.'OR RENT - fthe room cottages in South Gaines
ville Appl,. to Coffin Factory office.

FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water
electric lights, bath room and all
modern convenleaces. Apply at this

FOR SAl.r, OR RhNT--rie-room
house in South Ganlesllle; lot 242
by 200 ft; convenient barn and sta-
bles. Apply to Draytot Avera. P. O.
lox 271


WANTED- Men to learn barber trade;
few weeks required; best payain
work within the reach of poor man;
can have shop with small capital;
wags from $12 to $20 weekly; won
derful demand for barbers. Cata
logue mailed free. Moltr Barbem
College. Atlanta. Ga.


hood. Satisfaction Cuaranteed o
macey refunded; 6e per bottle
Sold by W. M. JobIa.



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 BaIl




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',t yacr-l I 1f

1, .1 lot I t I of4 esr-
tp. isrt Im 1155 to
41 :01. all sIAe-Pcall
-Ale Mon-tay ainil
I I-lay At ;w


~Mi1ae I .cII'
% 1 14 1


polm I HI-motitel"41
Toawe'l,, iniportuftl
oinaak. rl-i Is ra c 19
gau~l Tsae'-Ia 18w

170x4 I'ahclew'l
Frinaute'l Iack -
11i value" montmlay
and Tteday for
only se


i-ia Trelse'i- F1e
acl 4c.- ron ilc'vMeAlly
24,11I Tie'-ulay n'
fib ft'

Ia emu1)
Mssquit *di I tL jetarateci
C'laaeax mIaspaitN, ets.- I moopiti Neu.t,
Ps 1csitl I thw'r werd (tw in
$1. 40 fI. -ad 1 *41 i. .....



A gro-.1t v t'i 'l lIhllt

jti-i i:a.

'I lic-t=- I )rtes,'-e'art

lIr4, d r l oe atitaeis atid li('t',.

Pink, light blue'. chlagiipagne
M141 Ilitv-$15l valtie~s Alon-

daly atlId TFuesday ily


t -in Plain White
Ilawne-7 I-3c val-
iew M, aclay and
Ttmelay at, pe .
ari ..........

Rook Fold ladia
U.om- te valua
Monllay and Tua-
day at,l f yrd,
only .. II t

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6. W. H YDE C0.

"The iO laby-Light Depvtuct Stoic" i

MNDY'l Ill TUSIAr Buunin

1.24,, yiarlds iai' cvy L.awi. I.l-autifuil cd iigils andl

.\ Ibui from ani ovefrloadul-ld manufacturer etnaleslt
utl to make tllis- astonishingly low price. 'I'liese
are lII and 12 I-2c value.--we offer for Mlu nday
and 'ue.sday. only, at, the yard,




.i- 1t ir t'vi\'e l a ;large illil *il tii- t
of In;iutifully trimluii'l \'Iai-t
ill tl., I llli li tlt lia '.A<-t -
f t'i-, :i aI tl It.Y ;r' I -I. *tiall.
,prf .l foi Mmi, l.i.v a ; d11111 'i.--
cl.iy .,It

4c., 19c, 9Sc. 91.11
1.39., 1.79., 32.48

('a-I "I lk' : -, I a:Ink si
L~A i4t i Iv X I o. 4 1 l ra)
SiotB I kaek, t a1r''ar hl3l ) sA-1cA-
1&ItW -.IJ t le


a I ~ 7 '.4Ecrr) t'eo r

1 I' aih I A'A
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I'lil al-IValley nup llmrr, To-
-io TlSt --lp k&
Tialsstw a n-a' i an' y Pe,,a 14,'1.-
1aI~elg.aol Hiaj.awl- TIiw le
%%,.rlh kill lo V-4-A--lowrla mild~
rTi -A, t 'e

O fr -I* f, I.' (hi,, la *'. OI- l., )
* *I usi.l H i r s lI .. 1 *Trr)

.1 -1f i f a:
at ri &I !

I, 1

Mail Onfe rd!sdu Day

I-- feivei



We iiow have the largest stock
of Meii's Negligee Shirts ever

caitried ill Florida.

They are

tihe lairt that tittters a dollar-
fifty; in plain white, also neat
figures and stripet-Monday
and Tuesday ........... k

Taileisq Oeartmut

To wteore inl uusinem, undli lo jul
reahus't ymtl laiu't t t aind I41k
a wilmier. Our gurmen'lts will
haltli msighitily. 'I'la*-v itre clue-
titi(IIV I ult~trcullcahit Ill, th~lP4H)',l-
mill. acemitid ''J crertiveat

I iao, I I iit11 4)11... ofi AL (. E I t.

t ,. .- r IIsbek
7 ii .- fa .


11Mw, mppb aw
arvin"l 14C
Saim Maday ad
Tulay at, Obw
yrd ..........

VmAo I- Omnti.,
Uaoroughly ek-
pondwable-vi Val.
.we vonhlay sand
Tummiay 1It

'waiswil 8 1 1 poi
Ulsen StaRiDnga--
IeM valu. (fct-fMtd
b101a141 7and Tuse
days at e

36-inll, it 1A.rL
waN fthi wslua

wan" s odw
15c vallm emoa~day
and Tum..I1I1I-%

38 iwb Rajab Li-
wea, al soadap

day anI Tuesday

We Iais evv sciasly
prin"I our Vantir
atick Natural U.
wia or Muon and
Tust ut II to S

:,. a,' I t All Purv
'e values.
1.11 ri --it cauiy
I 1ia 1my at
Is 1.8w

P r I a r ut-r s I i I. 1 1.. -. ta
I <1 1 I [ 1a i .. .. \ ,ek

Si I .A
S I 9. I > .. k i .I ** 1i. i. ..s / i .',r. i t '! T n i<

girl' Ilaprra Weekly.

.'.4..-'"'-- bib -' .*~ ..,. 4. *4 1 ely Sol by drusgimi

11 & "90 Vb %vorwo oi

%~e4w 00,9"0 OWO eq I

Store Closes 6 P. N.


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11 lof I is % 11, f I). i I.

f I I I I 1 1 1 (I 111 4- 0 0 ; I

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+~~~~~t to It d"r e.w r ~r
swimsms~to: gus mu.

pIi MonWEiseiwei sai

_--~_ -C -5 ant
bSo n Is it look ut"

IONiu, al.
40 4"Oft No ft am saw
to IS soft do"Neft AM M
l nI.--

M Ug Amii Me

r eM A-es, espe The"
.. 3fth pt TB

Swh I ms oe
s. it .i vi l

'" g n ; t ..,- --4 n ft -|
S,, A t o u W -i

~hM o m = w 0 1

BL^' mid. w .. y

SA 'ft ft w do IaL 1 r-

so able oa. e o he s I an e
INV*' O so- b. eto be f pUpo

I goof W Of rf t fle. I

40, 111 I ,runtI w to e" "totber*
**- .1 s wtf yr r hllae

QM i it SMOt tos f hi showire.

hr Seea.. ebDo d.htad
S -i rna Lsot e tsato outm.
B Oe iet p -east at bor.
nUM.I i.fA a .rc ~ M .t

S- *a don't a. doa't
s W-M 4 01'a awfl, awful, awful."
Sg~ w d toi a to patt red

e aapst he Ae eAr ahePeople

Pan Wab m ar and efet whom
SI to o ft It wrt thett. I
I -wft m i ea to the ma oers
04 fttm o ld ewithFear chilren.
s) Im f r them. Grow up wh h
os agial. Do what they want to

-Oee ve -pmtw orda .t r
--dB. id )toaa wll e o s er
S U they want to s o ot to seek
toI sad bright lights and shows, lo
With thet. D=t le them o out

'An M yao can't ford to take
Sthe. theI make it plelnt at homer
sid g them Interested i mos.ething
a. IBM Sa U. don't na. don't

: "Ve b plnty a1 time to

e to m bibitim n, but preei s ult-
wl one to Ms that reappertlument
r, .o. a tdA ar as we have
bm eb to Ohberve Sely two State
ppes have pVtssted against a rv-
Appettamemt. a"d beth of these
pupge Mo pubmebed I enuatles that
of prepMIs to be reduced is repro-

AU w m easeptiosthe pa
pee of the Sasthe past w tk men-
MA te obervamee of Mothers
O, es feasted in a proclamat tl.
$mo W d OvesoroGn r Ohrist designate
S9 May th as a day spos wrlch
B pay tribute to every mans best
Stuest friend -his other It is
a ew departure in Plorida. but
ebsi, sad deubuless will be ubeer'
ad sub year I. future

Te ~Uve Oak Ikemocrat think'
Smt wht we ed In Florida nut
B b a change In the method ou
Moabs the death sentence (reun
t to eleetrocutlon. but a anur.'
v as ealnmemest uf t h. la w that

mate. Te Dimocrat is right


A Teat awdle that will burn four
years ad seven months. claimed to
be te laret ever mnufactured. Is
to be easabied at the birthplace of
Joipit Petro o to Italy, says The
ftpuor Meehalscs for June. Petro.
*hm w S--salaated while on a se-
eret Mmi-at to SIcily for the United
State. 'he candle nine feet high,
thr and a half feet to circumfer-
ene. and weighs 178 pounds. It Ih
almost covered with 14-carat gold
leaf. and Its com.tolelon Is Austrian
beesuax, to which a'substance has
been added to retard combustion.
The cost of the candle was about
$400. and It is the pre'-ent of the
manufacturer, In whose home Petro-
ulno lived when a boy.

Prom expressions In the current
Issue of The Crystal lRver Nes ~e %.
Judge that town Is exie'lrienclng a
touch of Sunday closing as well a;
sowe other laces r' k i lI'.* j .
tent. btrther -you'll b'wecome accus-
tomed to it after awhile.
-~ -
The Ocala Itanner say. a tlwe'n
six-pound ne'lon is on e\hIitlmonl at
the Ocala Ilouse, and addil. "H
member that It was pulledd Lb.for.- th.
middle of May'"

Leavia Senator Ik-ard and Repre.
tentative "Jeems" Alexander out. the
proceedings of the present session of
the LeIallature would be of a rather
tame nature.

A system of good road throughout
Alehua county would be the meana
of brtiling hundreds of new settlers
to ta section.

There is more catarrh in this s-c-
tkon of the country than all other dis-
e-se put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be Incur
able. For a areat many years doc-
tors prooouncrd It a local disease and
by constantly failing to cure alth lo
-al treatment. pronounced it Incur
able. Silence has proven caturrh
to be a constitutional disMatc sand
therefore requires roostltutiolal tre-at
eant. Itall's Catarrh Cure, lmanufar
turned by P. J Cheney A ('Co Tol, do
Ohio. is the only constitutional cur<
o the market. It IL take intirnialli
t doses fruom 10 drops to a te'a..ila
'ul. It acts directly on the blodc and
uasoous surfaces of the systerl They
,lr uone hundred dollars for any
see It falls to cure. Send for circu-
ar and testimonials. Address.
r. J CHKIINKY & (1). Toledo. O
bold by dru1gists. 76c.
Take Hall' Family Pills for con

nl wiins MOMUM64T.


*Tari ft v aWin t be ettletd
satfIt bisetly ad fairly settled
SIt- he lM d to the hWet o
a pe sa dag.- erltg people
|The =sW ad eu btatloss-thb
iof g isapelf-wh-se machIs
ins have prevesteod m fr rme
teg the mseeso we deserved, houl
S t tforgettem nor forgive."
Thee wmlw written by Grove
ClevelMd Ia a letter to Mr. Catch
Iags of M slausippl. jut aft, r bhe aIt
sen ed the mutllated Willon bill )Ie
epise a law on AunPgt 2S. 194. read
almost as If they were penued for
I se I May. IO09.
Sllat Bos Aldrich and the other
members of the upper house now ,.n-
gaged l framing a tariff bill miy
well aford to take a dav off and do-
vote It to the reading of this timun.
*armall which t peaks like a voice
trol the grave. Every thought c%-
presed In the quoted paragraph a;p
ples to the situation as It exists
today. It may well be said. therefore.
tat t reeas as If written for today.
ALd t Ir wtbi the boemds of poesl-
IWlity that It was.
As CIeveld ogave warmins. tariff
riMr wi Lat e sttoWd sel It
o hN tly -sa fairly Iettled." It
A Idrl"- his ga does- mat rese
the DItoey tarff that way-"mest.
lT "d alrty"-t will mat hav bees
'mettlsd at alL
I etheMr weds the tariff bat
revised -heaestly sad dy.16 them
t wrest s to the benmo O a pa-

As to e trets ad oWmlaatkloa
Mr. AMslt memo to have torlrve"
themw bat at to have forgotten "
iem. ftnvery etom of the pre mt
6E law appears to have bee p.
ward -d of a character co-eaded
11 the trusts. Os the whole It Is
4el Oe pmlain Ssesaer AlrihA does
S ted to "tte tariff reform.
wthifthhe mesalag of the Cleveland
latte. e refuses to eed the warn-





For Pemanet Rd Take

tnwesslng the a dtllin 0 of the
normuelt erected to th.e awrmey of
Major Wirn at Anderot llite. Qa. last
Tuesday. Tl laaasb h News ays
"Tb mmer ual tea.e bhrr Majrw
Wirs gave hs belt etffols for the
eMs" of the Snth and the raupe
of bumarnty. The forunes of war
made him a military prison kLeeer
In that position bhe stroteto the t~ et
of his ahllltv. and against tr.m.vi
1,lltq and o'.rn helial(nt A1id's to dl-
chargee hli d'tlv in fatt.i.-- .lnd Ju-
tce to every person anid hiter-It coMl
r'rned. No man could ha'i don. twls
ter than Hb did with the mans at
hand. and many a man would ha'c.
done not o well. Iurtln the great
struggle and for a time thereafter the
North regarded Major Wir as almost
a Beud Incarnate, placing upon his
shoulders all of the blame for the


suffering of the federal prisoners
But the people of the North are now Tf ITI
eominx into a different view of the EWRI
situation at Andersonvllle a It asx ran BE
In the sixties. and are beginning to
realize that Wlrn was a true soldier

Suffered a.a.tyrdjUm for no fault of
his own." MbiMB f ut

IRv. I. W. WIILNamea's Lttoer.,
Rev. I. W. Willialnson. Euntino.e lor Price Tern Etc
W. Va.. writes: his to certify L C. UM C
that I awd Fltey's Kidey Remedy 04 W B
or serves ah *lautls and kidney JACKSONVILLES, FLA.
trobl aM d am free to ay that It
will do all that yu el ch for tL" The PFbare Vieftto. W. L. DENHAM, Arenot
Feys Kiney Remedy hwe rese_
health an Ssatrmth to tommusaods o E .
weak ru a des peope. Coataiea so
harmful drua Is ea b sa- t to take.
J. W. MYCo.0l & Ca.

ater-JosW! eakmt-es. tTawmpa& JaeksonoviIIe Ral y
Kmew He Weabmees.
Maloba; ormnt-TeM air
Mater-Be srt you tell me when It
l 4 o'clock. sernrt-Te. ptr. Master IlFFCTIVE D0I. 19, 190.
Don't foret It. I promisd to meet
my wife at 2s1. and shell he ru,
roked if I'm not t whre be,, b.. L eave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South....................... 10:10a m
T7e motto of cblrahry is also th .
motto of wisdom-to serve all. but lre Returning, arrive Gainesville .................... 4:25 p ii
only one Ralhac.
ol eLeave Gainei ville for Sampeon City, Palatka,
so PTRss o W asUALSKNL. Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6 00 p no

Returning, arrive Gaineiville ............... 9:30 p r
S B- A11i1 AL L. Glass, GOn Sipt L E Barker, Teaffic M
Sealkin s advamd the worlw er a
IH softness and glosMins; and yet the
human hair U equally a soft and g y -
r hen ar::;y; and the ra.a cau cse of a&I % k
11lr trouble Is danr'R. wileh w l eaedm I ich -c t aJ a nrtUwest.r a
by a pestlferous parasite that easp the ,' I r i ,
vitality of the hair at It root.s *w *-ap Ir xo WCtr o IIIthA bt -.~aC L td .
Herplclde t the otly prepanatio that t is*A L Ci..0 fatpl to the dandrulf se. Without tot da. '
druf there Is a tenin hair. but a lia T.' r I,
uaent growth of osy. soft hair t ,, ,i..U. A
tain. Scouring the calp won't cure den- 1 1 I \. ... A.;
druf. im the daadrwRf snrm. Thnous I : i... S I
hands of women owe their beautiful suIts a t Ar ..
nl hair to Nehwro's Herplelde. Sol by L' Ar .t,.r; :. .. .
leadtan drnulrfist. Send Me. In stan M.4 m. Ar. Ci,..sno,,. 1 a A A
to The tVerp!c!e, Co., Detroit. Mk-h. *Mp. n Ar .NJhL s l. i I
Sus. mAr. SI Louis I. C
1. S fodiford & Co.. Special Agents .M Ar St Loui I.( *
8 *p. W. Ar. ElamvilleUr .. A
l .4 Ar. Trre Haute F & T H.I
Nof O* Ar. Chicago C. & II
Ar. Kovdei .. L. & II 4 a m.
Ar. (orbis L N 2 o p.
i Ar. Ricmod L. & N o I p.m
A. Paris L &. c6 1 p.m r
Ar Lexinrton I.. & % -4 p m
Ar. CI inBCast I. A N h m.n .
Noveltles, Books, Statlonery r l '. .
t tr Io .... : e '. :E I, s' '

Seuvelin, Sheet Pictus

ad Pittire Fnm es

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Sd* Whik beskpairur0 TM.
&*vest*" v yea eaperlcmer Fira cam
we &seee. hour peimweag. mu g d.
lb* Useat dewx to L&be'Cub. W. L.bery St

NeGSts Isabvrml gIbs to rcrdiors. Was-
toeo. Chsrlbuser% anId sil wsruoi msbav
Smal UMor i uawbl ..aglan ib& testate o
Cb.,leu WII:Uam4basa. deceaart. toar.-eb eut
tbhm witbla two lear to the urkdrrus',emd ur
Lo A F WEJ1amom for Mhe undersbouhcd.
lVir'utor of lb' el atl W:. .&d Tt turrLt uf
Char&.'. William (''be. Otft' ud.
Alwil 1% Mak

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MONDAVb 'I -- Y 17I
L. is (O'iak..........$ 'I.

SPecialTram WIL~a".Jackau,b S Ia.uM
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SMOM M COMMmM&f could use lkadl, o f1 r .hdruf. LLt SW Nomdeft. e uws
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180OW-ly Ifltma l loom aq mineral ubstanats and is cmm.
paped IN4,11- of = = NEVA& It In dapted for wok r nd
'-.'ary C":.i Itutionkm; Ct Pi rpngthrs t1" w cl& -dglands and orsatm;
f c:,ek a! &Ptrar-r!menta oi te body. "Try a bottle to dca.'
Fifty Cent a 3otd& Avoid AN Subetitutes.

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TIE ACIER C I00L oai,n.ll Pep Shuld Lam .to


Rev. Mr. Newman Presented Do.
plomas to Four Young Ladies.
A Most Successful Term.

"I-it ?I -,- it "I III
N-iK 11i .-p5 It[1'11.

Ort) ic

* I lctlL tInlI 11.141t' .1 fl.111
the graduating ic cla!. i.veIi
I 4*41 1 -#I 1.,e 1 ".. a :s I

r1 ?-r toietl lnf.IF heG
rni of s- thse p s'zi re -:.113
lIi~iswd 'out s~eeied tIi
r er 'tx!1 All 11-

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Fl:cr!t.. My Florida." ait r whi( V \V Haldwin KlX ,A : -r; .ri.hre:
nili education and introduced the.
I.%tM. Nr. Newman. wh(. iii a feeling
and eloquent mane r lprvee-lnt'd the
diplomas to the graduate.. Mi rtei
Grace liughes. liola Tiite'n. S, il.t An
drsotn and Mary Frel. %'.il, r I.-
well was also mentioned as one Awho
would have graduated but for ani un
avoidable absence Irolni whool the'
last few weeks. but who will be al.-o
entitled to hl diploma when he will
have made up the work.
After the presentation of diplomas
a group of little girls anme trooping
In from the woods singing a flower
Sr- *!*4' crowned the lovely girl grad-
nates with the flowers they carried.
The principal. Mrs. Charlotte M.
laldwin. with a few well-chosen
sords and in her usually pleasing
manner, thanked the patrons and
Iupils and explained he r idea of ha\
ing a siniple commenciniment lu Flor
Ida and that the whole thlig had
i).-.n kepi a secret frelii tthe grad
i.ate s tI eh sii l. ti ,s that ui e l;ilali r' ine's of Ipre'paration lii :r1 I allow
'I ''* diiiiit-r wa. a F'lrisda pI icn
ctii;ri r. Can tiore .- -aid It ai-
-'vi f, .t llhe rc- e.!--n(c f th. itho
t :i. 1l, r c(-er!t d for a I.i'tul r.- of th
I I, i '. tl n, lie. gi ads.
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WHY 60 UN-


lWhenI~v (calling oni114
4 ;aillC8vihlle Furnlitlurc 4i
Pan%, Y yOUt Wi1Ill ;I lE'~
(-drql' Wheni't tis Al w.

I H'-ill 1)1111-1 .I ,

s$1104'i 1

I St ;I lp1 .4 d ik'
w~III receive a



I"-',u4ud liv The North Amer-
Wall Arcl4-it ~I iisura~lcc('t.Co

Mv year AITSt I.S1)'LTEIL

AAk to r %cc our liii.' 4f
A\rt S41turt-. Ja lill
';,uar, 'rux Hu~ig-, I' iris

Sie'Ivi F Aiur CO.

YrIgapdr Ow

Cetect the Appreach of Kidney
The nillionls of kidney trouble ar.r
) II:i)iltakahllo that the- |i 1A l.
&I iilliI fe.r douiht. l<, k kidnevl v, .
c'r.t e' a thick. c ltitIv. cfflen- I uri .
full of ', fedin lneit. Irregiular of Iasn. aK
"" .al't<"'l.".. \\. *i -. :1 i 't l of u n'',lnti

lIi it ; i i<' .n ei ri h *i< 6 h
I :' 1 t 1;i : (I 1 t 1.4 ;1
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I i .'. r :i .it !.'I ,.'ua' Ne\ al .'

, e v, a ltlk i ie'1 % i sat- ('s:i'Itr i
low I' me"i tinie since I .edl lll.;,i-

r l' *Ixy illn and I am glad to s that
I a i had n 0 ir.eed of at kidnt

ak ct ofkidey trouble and time has
*. b k r

Irou <.n U re no better remedy than
Itoan Kidnney Pills otere' Galkne

' iuffe rer. i"
c.Mr. Janstr Ikuil. Co.. Alahua arl
uiie, Galii'+t 'Ilh. Fla ays: It i.
now Yone. tsle since I usents Ikth'-
IitdrIcy Pilll and I anm lnd to say that
I hate had sno .nd of a kidney
remedy. 8,\,ral yearn ago I oan 'r
Kidney, Pills drove away a severe at-
taIck of kidiniy trouble and time has
,roeme e the cure to e a permanent
one. I tke plea-ure In recommending
lDkan' KiJncy Pills to other kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
centa. Foster-Mllbuer Co.. Bufalo,
New York. sole ageata for the United
Remember the Dame-Doan'--and
take BO otmw.

ed by old and young alike. Mr. Ven-
able. one of the trustees, showed that
no one could give him any points on
the play ground. One buty man of
Archer said he had not done so
much hard work tins year Many of
the ladlie- distinguished them-
selves at play and proved a good
match for the young men.
Chairman J. K Tuten was every-
where about the ground helping or
giving directions. Geo. Fleming. the
other trustee. was also present and
did all in his Io, er t, 11ic: k ik .
.av .- > ;'<1 u i
It 'i- i i f,'-t !i %., ;an l ,Inan t
hot-, ti mi- carri (I ihe' crowd of

jcil 111ei i t cn i lrltre-t
(ci"'i'I' Iit the-ir honije-.
TlwI )1 i '. 1 -- I '.i -aii

j'I4''"lt i" cait I

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f ". A1lf)

anld cmuing

the' t' a- t trii
PI'a-five 1'.11dl1 I
l1.'rk-tre --t r

athiso. iii Ia

of Ida;
m'd I-0'1.1d

t- ..' is-. m n -i -' t T' r ti
~I I [.!tilf

V II ,;re g .- 'A r

It uake It.-?; labor ite) A crk c'l'-ar
14ifle than.1 14 e'f. k~l'a noel c11 titt ItsIt


Marshal Amew Arrate Granger of
MorMeIon for Drunklnnes.
.Marhl>al Arnfiw Inst tilhv arri-t
dI a white nian hy tIhe nlami, ot
r;raingIr. who ride, In the en:it( rn
ratrt of the, couentiy. lioni a charu. ,of
It IIIK clrilik
It dev'eloh'd that (rangetr was th.,
Ia1;I ho late' Saturdav aftlernamo rant
<,r In-z. one' <, f tlh.' little, git ,.
I t It rook t nqr l '. pll I ,itre d it ;.
*. ", i reini)j ,anv itfl fill,'' ** *, ,
v hiiv'r. i ;ril a nur-* v er '.'
no1 h41 rl. -It. 1 r 0 h. iri itli ,.
ti a f;a t r.I t f ri s lh ,i r. ;i cI .:, *..e
!\ o\ .r ,e,. hiilI. ilnjirin,: i! .
,ii t -im- li. r c *n-.; ila l>
Ili. ni I. l 1' 1 n ;lti'llli| It to it> .111:1
pi k ul, "th- 'hlld or offer :ii ;,.. I
:nlce l I t i th lie matt'r wa i re ri.rl '
to th,, c hitf. a ho at ronle.' ,it t'u.-\ na it
plncave-, (;r;a "cr uintldr arr.lst.

Chamberlain's Linnmont.
Thi, I.- a itew preparation and a
cNwKd on. It I expeWially valuahle as
tiurI. for chronic and mnisctilar
!I:ern',ntlnim, and for the relief from
pain ahich It affords In acute Inflam
matory rheumatism. Those who have
used It have Invariably spoken of It
i: the highest terms of praise. Lame
hack. lame shoulder and stif neek
are due to rheumatism of the muscles.
usually brought on by exposure to
ood or damp. ad are quickly cured
by applying this liniment freely mad
massalla the affected parts. bore-
mees of the muscle., whether Induced
by violent exercise or lajury, I. allay-
ed by this liniment. For ale by all

Funeral of James Parde.
The funeral services of the late
James Pardue will be held from the
home of his son-in-law. N. Wells. in
North Galnesville. this aftemoo at
2:30 o'clock. Rev. 8. B. Roger of
the First Baptist church will eooduct
the services.
The iaill-hearers will be selected
from the' old Confederate veteran-s.
deccised twing a member of Stone
wall ('amp. and the remains will th
in charge of the Thonia U'ndertaking
t'onillra y.
Frie'lns of the family are invited
to attend the' s'rTivte' at the- home.

A Living Skeleton
Is t:h' final conditiopi of asl. child
that han v.uI.... .f It I1. .. Think
If ha\ltn ;i 'ng iln ',r stomnac
that eat- all you take as nourlbhmennt
tNine-t'nhl. of thie balle,.' have wormi-
ma i.'l yo urs has. He c-l tLelc L;'...
It has tnot by giving It W'hit-ie Creain
V\' ritlfuge 't t \i'l., all worns and
is a tonic fr tine halb. P'i rt i.,
c'nts. ..ld 1 y V.'. M. Johnoon.

The Children's Brigade.
Thn ',. it i,0 ii, l t of lth ('i
,i'l -1 i'rig i1h"c ill I. i ltl tli- if

t 1 ,11i, 1- If i eh, .l ri : nt,' aid 1il!
.e11 i i ,' ,l ;i, Itiix 1< I'si ilt i- I ? i i : i .
oer -a I ttl I leli tlit l- \ '.-
%IS 1II '"IAN. 'Ians. i r
lltl'l: I I -FS. 5re'I.I. liat

Ii t.ik, I, I.lr to paint il 1. A Card.
S,. t l in li.ill ttirt t ,r I,.ilf lii;.. This i 1i- ) cr'- l n fi t at;i all drugIl -t -
ior hli oir Ktl iiui'dl -'teCi,' l 11i .If : i1 a tll ii i d tit r fluned ilour nout!,'>
Sit' t ."- Tie- iii\tuirt-. li maik e. Ilmilr if 'olc Iloi' ail Tar f.t!l-. ti'
.:1. 11-. li l fileri Iuni> TlT'-r.r lio I c hotir l oi oUlKl or cold. It tol Il ti,-
i;,. oi, ilk ,n iV ,, u;airi of miil' ; i! 'couug he ali Ithe luiig anld prevents .
v .i. r thanl ini 'Jn- qinart of milk If Iltneu tliia and coiisuniiiptioli. 'olu
,, |iiil I o 1 Al ll,', f ,r ,ii;,.' i taliii no opiate'- The genuine is In
e:i% diilu'l for laluir. iand labor to. t- a -.llow IackageK J W. McCoIlltai

Yo'u knosi hou It ii wilh cl.r lum Attention. Members of No. 2.
Ie r a rd knot It'. thW.' l ,al# i a ith all
ailit and half a,,i Mi .me f lua,- ('olilla iy N o '
A day)'s ork 1i a gallon of paint ar rliue'.ted to nIi. t the
r halfhsltiloiin this in ulitK At 1)t o. k
or half|>alli Illu Applv it to eill -i Iuppl-e >o"u "Ilui s of Inanc co eri
have, (t o liour"., .aiiui' ilf' OII painl i 1t D d all llll.a
... ... to It transac(ted anid a full attendance

it.'om*, the' cit Isci reonhitie I l l ii iii
tour tet% it
It tak.-s lee ogullin?..D -i. i:- a
gallon ,5. $17o ',for louint. 5 a 3 x eir
fear lAlucur. $:xee fr labor, a huole job.

It K.1114111 of that oth.
iA t 1, to Is %%'-t8& -l I ., -u t char culls. I
r'. I it' k! 1,.'1 I N0 :. 1% f- 1I04 It-

"A Iil a ,r ia.tr Itt r.. fa "rP.i411
I 11l .ill I *ii' i take hem re
114,11- I eim l -Itrut'

1, S a 'I ti. i llie- .11 IfardswAre' ('e

if it's 14rli.te-d atatimerily you want
:.~ ..) k Liiiv. ja ot o L get-Iit

of lne'lnl~e'rr Ir.'iUiste'd

peakia dido so at cau ekiaa CGo
wet t I There La a & as tItutioWaa e."v
fr tbhi trumble. Mr*. d. sumners, 1
W. Sc.utth aud. It'd.. wilt lgid fre fto so'
'i.olk-r her suctcw til b' hz Ia. trcq-acr'1 Wit
i r c1401. S, .it .,: a U0* I.A. 7
...ivkr t ayif yi.ue rb' 3d:. Ir.t t e l.M -
Iij Ill s9' IS ') 9t 1. 9.e t? 'I.
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Removing the symptoms is not all that is necessary to cue Con
tacious Blood Poison. The virulent erms which produce the out
ward manifestations must be compinley driven from the Mood before a
real cure can be eflcted. The least tain left in the circulation wi,
Sooner or later, cause a frsh outbreak of the trouble, with a the hid-
eous symptoms of ulcerated mouth and throat, copper colored sploches,
bflin hair, sores and ulcers, etc.
Contagious Blood Poison is the most treacherous of a diseases.
It has its victims in its power
almost before they realize its
presence, because its first -pEIL -
symptom is usually a e ttle
sore or pimple soinsignificant m
that it does not excite sus- T
paion. But the insidious
poison is at work on the blood ,i
andina short while the pa- W,
tient ind he is more or lee .i
*tcted from head to foot. I U .S
Contagious Blood Poison
is too daers to trifewi5
No time should be lost in rid- amre .. -
dingl ie blood of dtis deea --
ive poi on, and Ia no diace
is it more important to
de Poovr medyI. Med
node o L55F 45aM l do&t the
nes whic o mero.y check ,=e "fKJS&.W1
nipke -mfor a time and lerv

ery nd d s lpow n o
w hellhn a e i s ym os d
lerev tiook sucht ie is f^hW^-VjduE1-
wa.ly of .i.eral MtWSm a lm gnridMAg

appeared and die treatment l
was left o found d e virrusi t .
had only been shut a de
system awaiinR a vo.e i5ail
opportunity to retrn i I

S. S. o. cures ^omfiu CI
Blood Poison sad cures
permanently. It goes down r S
into the blood and removes
every particle of die poison, a
makes ee circulation pure
and heahh, and does n ot
leave the siihest rmace of he disease for future o -nh S. &
is made entire oF roots, hers ad b arks of w h -
in and uuina In their nature. It does not eols a *
ofr mineral in any form to injure die delcae parts of f't- s.
S. S. S. will also drive out any lingering remais of eral ofaa
that may be in the blood from the fmfer m ta mI -* If yU we aSM
firing with Contagious Blood Paiss S S S. will cute o abemu I
will purify your blood. Home treatment book and Myay d o -
fre 1t all who write.

AAl -ham.loi

The growth o this Bank is proof con-

clusive that its business i; being con-

-.cted i a manner highly satisfactor;

to its thousand patrons. We would

appreciate some of your business.

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i 'C. A. FAIRCU)TH, Caslhier

c o o o pmmmg o..\. w 'win


W* U'. I4AM~OV.



Poluam at OK


Fire, Life and Accident ,'"""'*

We are prepared to hi yW lie uMi0MN kis
dnlt, atch, Oad we Pradis i We --l
a cmplete Ta.Pasi Ageasy. AMp e ubW M phy
to lk ater lp i : : : : : : : : :

The Alachua County Abstract Company
B H. (~v Ol.wpI, P stlaL. BOW.'Kl Hre.-Twpw.

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girl' larger' Weekly.

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h t EI t he se0O OfeSO-

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Saem white. drak md
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O M I GAtr o ttI l. I
a Ion d ell t-- o b aVOLrhe
adt 0e"A a f I o Elne't* t
S-t the mbleed m d M

v a- remase a harmfuo l

MW At i:a diir tttJr e r sdrl
rye 1Mm ha iw Pu.'i tmY.* thl:-
to her that sa rs gettIng -An cited. If
Sstop llI t eak I duislt care for her
myy uer. ad If I go on r thIll thiky
G e I N eeod f m=."-Laudon Mail

ligi. Pakiller will take out the

Si. ibM m -Lehe im iaterual ad ca.
VRN aV Aow rit Am a M .
V04 Yew n l more fo tan d air

y Sevic' lmblailo. ad a o r over
wmltu a su orean the
a 1 I8 sl ewside--o rbra Ie



mi; wd Wad to "u"Wmawi-
aw; a, totAhwbob lsob
mad ttWodru a t pri am
daR, I. mud 11 nteruaa-l
MfLl$. SAW-MILL$ and IAI0-
Sempmd Answer
fon r wPrime.

Easft FiaTleh CO
TLq eve"ub

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A DimleMaker

Tm l dudwa it oa w. S

=m _111ft

mwbso mlmm& mm &. d.... o
w0it a m per ct mda

no-ll u u

eI-mfr GAL&

Vade Mad by vrte f an order
Mrd d6ere m dO uOd etered by the
fwtf of Uts Cirewr Cort o t e
NghO Judital CIre0 k of lorkida,
Im id Ah uma oossay. IN (~ Cbmry.
d*rd Mayr is. 1mS Ia a etalt
case therla peudi where as D Ea
Marti i o mplamt ad Job
Hassa sad Lawyer H t are do
hmiti, I w m l at pUble out-
cry bore theo eurt oem dor at
mmevoio, FlorS. em the 24th day
oa May, A. L Di darta te k oal
uaw ef sale to t het hig t aMd best
Mider tWh r tor eash, the follow.
g dsribed peormal proety, to
ONe o MINedr bhorsN, awmed
t" rI"; ma ebl k top bggy, ad
-e at of harmes; mM prparty to
be sd as the p rorty of Lawyer
HamL ems of the defedaats the
eane styled cases.
TMh May 13t, 10.
er ff of Alsebm Coasty, ploria.

Do It Nw.
Now Is tUh tim to get rid of your
rhematm. YTo eam 4o as by apply-
lag Chamberlala's U siet. Nime
easse oat f tam are simply muoalar
rkmatils due to coM or dasp. or
achrlae rlu atlim, and yield to the
rlonro- as r a of U this Ialmai t.
Try t. To are certala to be delilht-
ed with the quek relief which It af-
ords. old by all drugists.

n Aftleas ad a See Cea&triatr..
At WJ'ta. Uermaau KICa Asrk-a. a
satire wh. IHie all those blouglug tu
the tribe of th Walaugu. rgVarned
soake aesh a a especial delicacy
fumed a baue boa contrk-tor lylug In
tIl mi4dle of a iold. le roonded lth
dlrovery to oe ur two others and ar-
raued with them to kill It during the
heman of darkness. n that they ultht
enjoy ihe hdlk-acy r1ether. Toward
ulhbtfaill the man. armed wlth a stick.
attackre the huge iserpeut. TlT btoa
co rtrictor. aroused from Its apparent
torpor. s*ddelnly setIrnd the uha;ppy
nerro and MIrwly crushbd hbln to pulp
and thn gradually swarllowd him.

Seys WiltSl M ey
Aad are always getting scratches.
eats, sprla.s, brises,. bump., burna
or ealds. Do['t awelet such tblass
-they may result srkoeuly If you
do. Apply Ballard's Baow Liniment
accordlmg to directions ribht away
sad It will relieve the pala and heal
the trouble. Price le, 60c and $1.00.
Sold by W. M. Joh oan.

The Syce mere.
The syramore has Ieen ca!lfd the'
Egyptian Ag tree. The date of I .
"i: planted In Engl;lld Is not 'o,,,wan
bit It ws very early Mary. Iueen
of cot. broucbt over front France a
youag aycamor., which *be planted In
the gardens of Holyrood. and fronr
thi bhve spring all the beautiful
groves of sycamore. now tou Im seet
Io Scotland.-St. James' Gazette.

Out last night? Headache and nerv-
eus this m urnini? ilcks' Capudiae
li theI thing to at you for businule
'lear's the head braces the- ut-ner
Iry It At drug stores
Tb<- thbtl of au wu-riug ada that
tlM-'I to ,, I s onre that will keep
,u Ilitvr-rate J In the life you are lv-
I g and proim *':-, e


Sulineea Heses That Are In the
Plan Which Wi, Issue Vtes.
The handsome platun and dlamond
,ring to be given asa) In the Co
Operative Contet mill Il, the grand
-**t distrIbUton of prizcst e ir offered
In Alarhua county.
Parties trading ath any of the fol
lowing stores will be oglen one vote
for every pinny spet t:
Galns% illl. t urniit re. ('ContVl t
furt.li,'r. Iltifer & ~.Mori (',C rilNth
lug and furnt'' ir.';: <;a :W. il,. Iar '
ware Co.. Ilumbingl and hardware.
Mrs. F. T McC M. Johnson. drugs and nimdlkinue, I..
C. Smith. shoes and jewelry; .Mr-r R.
Wlsoe. dry goods and notion.; taun-
ders FRarle, tgrocers-a and feed
stuf:; City fakery. bread and leastry;
P. Y. Smlth. fresh meats: ('rawford
& Dlvlis livery and sale tables; The
Sun. printing and publishing: The
Brows House. meals and lodging: N.
francloco. IBanna House. fruits. etc.;
Iddlni Mfg. Co.. lumber and building
material Standard rertilizer Co..
Vote wm be glven o all orders
for Job pritla at The Sun ofr1e.
and oa subocripUos follows:
The Datly Sue.
$15.t, hrea momth subecription.
old subrerber. M0 votes; new sub-
scrtbers, 70 votes.
$S.6l. siL moathl' subicripton, old
subscribers. 1J0 votes; new sub.
scribers. 1.50 votes.
$6. one year's suaberption, old sub-
crlbers. 3.500 votes; new subecrlb-
*rs. 4.500 votes.
For a club of Ive one-year subscrtp-
tion (before 12 o'clock noon. Aug.
18. 19091, old subscribers. 30.00))
votes: new subecribers. 35.000 votes.
For a club of ten slx-months' sub-
scriptions (before 12 o'clock noon.
Aug. 18. 1909), old subscribers, 30.000'
votes: new subscrbers. 35,000 votes.
There is no limit to the number of
clubs each contestant may secure.
The Semi-Weekly ln.
$1. one year's subscription. .UN

For a club of Ave one-year subscrlp-
tions. .S4mnI votes.
There s no Ulalt to the number
oa clubs each contestant may secure.

A Hapy Father
Is soon turned to a sad one If be
bas to walk the floor every night lith
a crylpg baby. McGee's Baby Elixir
will make the child well-soothe Its
nerves, Induce healthy. normal slum-
Ibr. Best for disordered bowels and
sour stomach-all teethlng bables
need It. Pleasant to take. sure, and
safe, contains no harmful drugs.
Price 25 and 30 cents per bottle. Sold
by W. M. Juhnuon.

He Cot None.
"What's a pun. father"
"A pun. mly sle. Is a play ujl lk
%wurds Tlhere are three kindl 4.' ult <
-god oine. vl l,.s ?pu l.;u-lh at. In
different oune. whilh y- u lake Ino no-
ti'e or. and lilll oeI* ii Iki nmakec ylou
tl:ruw soUunwthin ;it t i pulintcr "
"'ll'n -u wal.f i 11 s 1 ratirii'
"'O f 1 tfr1t 3 ily .*t la. iu.e I
thlliLlusa uIrutl par uprer. rin't
*',lo. fathe-r '
"Wl ll. I!::is' ulmer litim t ll your
1 i.ld 1t It li r.--r'qt ti:lm "Thiat. you
**.. ia n ll)> on litre. >'U yoUllig
&t al. n lit ltl td -u Iliruw tihat Isook
ut Ie furY'-r Ihll:iteCl:'il luIuirer.

Many weak. nervous women have
been restored to health by Foley's
Kidney Remedy as It stimulates the
kidaeys so they will eliminate the
waste matter from the blood. Impur
Ill*s depress the nerves. causing nterv-
usa exhaustion and other ailments.
Commence today and you will oot
be well. Hcaaant to, Itsk. J W
IcCollua & lCo
Freg Fearmnig In France.
Among the advautagtes of tri, fr; i,
ug In lu rau. d libe fulctl Itl Int t -11
able |Mr Isis *of I!- *' 1- **
Ie nWirluit' i ; ',l *.' $1 1 ,
shallow lata l) rim r "r i'li ulrI l r 1 ,
practli':!Il u t i- fr ir i 'l r : i1
I(nM ;* .
fiu.la l ;ir .sa l.irt;. ,u I f i .1 i;.i
ft, |l Iiiuns, .r i I l 1 l, h t, i 1-
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refinement in every line,
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rfor the most cx-
(t ..cting--lasting
1o, tiagy O kI- qualities enough
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of Warr's $woss
preOs the feet mr m nomical.
dampamw.ead aetr
their lasMag quali twe oold.
Bt sure ad i/r reit's, Srs. Tf6ir trdf r me A /Wsds fWe Suf e tr.se.

shoe Dealers. If yours cannot supply
you with Witt shoes, write us.
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The Punz of the Tiny Firefly
and the Mihty Comet.


It is a Mystery to Science. ard the Man
Who Is Able to Ponetrti That Mys.
tery Will Bo In a Poe:ticn to flve-
I tlnise This l anet cf Cu-s.
This Is not ani Aesrpl ftill! :tl')i ,thlu
It his a miornl.
Tlier ae nr tC wo thlit ,-* l I!i h..-II. ,.
et iselp ae tPind s a.;o 1 l
alm"ahed -the IIttle gleiw r i '.
ret tinier fireflyi anil I'l. .. .
arching the sky lh : .---
train. Each of th.i ii .. -..
seerrt-h,,w to mak. ? i'i ..,
beat. The mnu who :, E i, :t -:1 re :
% i ll revollntioni'e the |1l:1li4 l
The latest pretl'ent- of t '*, ISy', .
trononmlal alckietyT otf t;rct Iltrlial:i
referred to theI rnlte of th, cornelt'
secret in lhi retiring ntldress. I1
tbhouiht tbat we do not ullth lent!. a|p-
i>r-clalte the wondronus gic-tatirle of a
co,net'a t.:II. It sbowws u 4 I'lr !reds of
billons of cubic miles of 1:in 'simul-
taneotmely glowing with iiiluinolsity
wbose origin s a mystery.
It is a gigantic eilertlment in a
branch of physics of whi. h we as yet
know very little. The comet IMn hli
mered In what we may well regard
as a vacum: at least it In a far inure
perfect vacuum than we can produce
Yet the persistent low of the comet's
tall shows that there s no real vacuum
there, but a vast quantity of eztreae-
ly atteuated matter which no doubt
is the cae of the luminos ty.
We eubt. Profesor Newall thinks.
to awake to the Importance of this
ht.L "Who knows." he says. "wheth-
er. it we cold discover a mthod of
dirupta gages and vapors In ultra
vr-eintq tiriNe artifically maintained
om earth, we should not bare a meth-
od of artilcial Illumination as ecoaom-
eial as that of the glowworm and as
brilliant as s needed for our nocturnal
This tblng may really be within our
reach. although at tlhew Ireent time
we cannot even suarlest to ourselves
exactly how It s to be attained. But
the tendency of recent Investltatlon Is
to that direction. As Sir John Her-
scbel said of another dlcorery which
was Just at the door. "We nan feel It
trembling along the farreaching line
of our analysis."
There are not a few mecn. who are
rernalr Id by their hIarler h ldedll s ci'n
ttlc i rcthlitrei as "'dreaui r'." Ih, Ii
to'r t' Il>l .'ll;:c l n" } f; t coniill1l tilllf,
when o' i hall not ionly a Ititii litle- .it
as che'nl a r.te lit a 1e fir-."Y'* !*
lont l he n we, hliall hibve ta;'l-ied lthr e.\%-
hniftl*es sti'toreof i energy that sclep
ul :or, Iundl i iii nature
We alre like one in a dream mis.
Ipenchr l it the mnlst of a vast work-
sihi| cr.wrldl with nlultlitiudiunn Pr'i- .
hiltan nil -whirling and flti'***r-i In
an str'i ,a ( f e erie'h.. but < e' "* t'
ii'itlH r nstr l | nor uih.' r ". If
1 e ou',l 4 ,rc, tliese tilinzg- '' t
t.-'rlfv ti- In ti'he dren -iis r 'i
I.% th. i\ hliTrrln ellts ai ;', '.:'
h1e,.el f hs( vilon, i la ee tuiuu i 1 1 ,
at h111 llf'.
If tnhe < Iri.rtl i iivc.stl;ilt<,r n<,tt*l
t el"<.l el-ll i ., r:tal n' dat re II n thl's*. yv i
of til |iuilll', wuhl'hla ar'tsii.t fell,.w
etll ,,r hi' lrr -es-ais r hli r.'ultl., t>.
h:as only to |l-lint to, thl fict thl.t l ti'
5ra':ate.t jraatl anl dil-= r l0'ril ,,f i:t I
mrn thrill' haliv i ne nllut tf lthe, lil.,r:m
t(,rli'a fr, in th iSa'sM nn Ilun<, i Tlere-thn'liitlh
t, t I ie U lillhiited na ma lll hit I i tI ghc' It I
It amI i'.ll kMoeewII fact thimt tlir grewiag
uimil it of I;a'rulalllzy -rlliig fr',i l her
dc etl an tIo "*lure rescear' "
1.rfeirriag ti.:in te the' Prec:Ii.II:t l.i* *
atf ithe oimtel. Irfeslor Nwall IIs
.h.larly rlght in sa.~lng. "'llare i aI
theme (hatl lihuld itlr up I ie Incwt
a ,tcnwrrclal miid in lbe suplelrt of as-
troaomty."-e;arrett P. ernlMi tL New
VYirk American.

On the Care of New York.

The surface car of New York carry
cm each lue as different a natEionality
as If each belonged to a different canll.
try. On the Klhth avenue line tIhawr
t re rkselly colored people. on the Knitl
ianueu they are largely Aiuerlruanm, if
there are any Amierircans in Nw V York,
1 the Uroaddw)a cars there are lstl-
Ibhly dreussd New YurLkers. un the
Third ateiue Irirh aund Je .l-h In-,epl,"
lrldjulllilate. on ti a he .-e liud n ue l ,u
Jrawla Italluu. lluriga.rl.in 'S llai h
.,!i(l tG rnill. hi hilt ,is tIhe surfa c*t air
that ruu alhiie: .vAnu' A Ut u iset*
i t.ry f. religm hiiti, u.i Ill)ty Uuld rT l he
eun, all l.arvhi-ia-d New Yorik PI're
A Previous Specimen.
lI1. If Id knoiwni, bw :.:r asitl yeu
.rv I r er htutil lubase muarrield )u ti
hbir Vl u bad a n ibhauce tlu ulk-u It
Iidu't I ba>. *'This 1 is uo lddeir"
Shen) }u pr-lamned to me after four
.-arI' courtablp?-lkoeton Trancript

A Horeine.i
Elia-Bella n*er passe* a rr a
without tlo l IL t. Sila-Brave
girl! tarpers Wakly.

The Autealian Method of Doliin With
the Poets.
I;:l!,ltq nre tl,. gr a:iltesit pIe t tIhe
.Ail-ir; iii ad |i i t.lr:lls1. hnsi It, contend
:i :& l % 1t I I lla at r- l 'iani t tr at all
nllliiil,'r.l i (, a Ltnta li Ia'prI irty. tli.-i
,Ito en'-iriunoiw d. ll:i lti' i' %it I. kLlet l iiU t the lorwe* t
I""loille Ilnillt li every dll tri-t of the
oeiulnntiIl entih IatI great a44mt.
The nl-et effer<'i e neuthsd I f -il
In.: illsth itiiiNi he r hruidelrr explidaltol
Inta tliinte'r ii heiIi ani1 '%,%%w te'r thait
111 hit li ti .- le0'4'1m 1.% it,! 1 11te01nt li s. 1e-4ia
lri, l tip l i I t;I~Im, :rlla i si II l t n41 r:i-.
hiqn It.t-olie dry r.ilra its a lwar'ii tcwnrel
the' l1ink. .l.irn ar tilh r it%% :ter iL A IA
hl::t hnve Ihei'in stiik for sla-k ilrt'il;-
Iii& I urei'ee'4'.
I'.ilaor.ilixta taikl netd iait:s:r ecf this.
anil ,c'ry 'iei iiing nfter the cattle
li.1o 0 pi;:rt: eti of their last drink n
'trip fI wl're sitting It run arsouliI the
ta:ink er atiii.
loutsile thl.s inetting fence htle nare
allg iu the Kroumlu and filled with pjol-
onied waler. and thee lu Iturn are lu-
'loeld l'y alothicsr itratln of uettinng.
pegged down to within a few inches
of the grI n ut. being sheep proof, but
allowllg pIlenty of room for rabbits to
et under.
The ratbblti make for the dam; but.
as tbelr wny Is barred. they drink at
The juliouled boles. wlth to hem disas.
trous reslts.
In the nmoring are to be seen bln-
drerrl and thousands of dead rabbits
scattered about the colutry. Mel-
bourne News.


Methede of a Srilliant Operator U*
Many Yeers Age.
One of the most brilliant operate
of Wall street In the early sixties ol
the last century was Walter W tlmar
Morse, though be was by comparison
with some of the gray ailred market
veterms only a mere boy. being Jus
thirty years of age. The public con-
fidence he enjoyed made It iponlble fo
him to reallae profits In any stock.
ech was the Influence his Indorse
ment would carry that after be bad
accumulated stock at hb prkies be
could tell bls dally callers that tih
stock was due to go up and Immnedl
ahely there wouuldl ml' enlaou.hl prof- -
lonal laid isablic biuaiig of Ibhe -I S .l
to, smd It iup. thua enabling Morse tc
unload at a IruoiL
An example otf More'a popularity
was Illustrated in a sene accomUpaiy
Ing the opening of sunti rlptiona for
sto-k In a c.Il lhduilng ioumi any or
ciilAnzl by hit. Tlhe day the wluacrip-
tloln ltwk sns aIe'opAl In'-eople fldockel I
the ,olk-e sad fought ltb eac-h other
In their ef'f.rts to cilter anid get their
linilig- r ornhdl. Onle ln111:111 at h adt
PiUlb -.riill-Il for ai l;ir;r aiii:uiit of tlii
str*ok. nf*'lr i'ttig ngawla frou tlhe
cro lit Mrr. i Mr.I. a..I 1. I Ma r 1r .1or,..
w :s ti ;i t L.!.d r < :I lti I suiil
se-riltwl for?"' laou\'! MI:a:i7lsine.


A Gypsy's Warning Before the Battle
of Csdowa.
I : i: a the ii.:ht. July 2 l tefre tlh-
I.:itilh ( S. l ni i. :i ki eli ea'ritjaiilid+
-dl II ll,' :Iar hlduke'. retrerlaling l'-feor
tlhe I'ru-m*al.i .ii .a I tl;il I i\ e1imar keid
ll :I il i tl t II i, l ,lr illi' f 1< I, Il. l
.1 :;. lli;hli t tihn :I rl h: lnl'- lU' M '*, 'TI
.X cU : lii ith l I ie' re i l' a 1t'111
ril-ti. iii Ii | *,.lal- I I i I tI,;lcr M ta .
atil.; lk iie-,l t, he lirrit .l of ui 1 .) 1.L
'ho ib il aiid on a'e) inli1; hlili m Ir'iall
hi11 Ingi: a'iii to r.Ie rl IIl' advciU ot

iThe ll Ilhduk hllio p,,4k It flUaiilly. n.L1dll: ,Il.e l,0 '% u knoeis 0 '"
4our IutilMs ts have not re'l-jrtal any
lic1 t 4 n-lit l 4 "
"Thal ,ur ilailhneAe its 14-4 niill., the-
elii'llly ll saiill l Ie likj. is : oa "
"Thenl hiaow do yl,'u knlow ?"
The ;' 1-.~ i-" iii.: t" Ib,- lighted y tt- t,.ii4in ol,*'rved. "Y'ou
oe.' thapoe lirdil flylnog u.erl the woods
from north Ito southt"
"Yes W.hai 1 or theli n
"Thbl e lliri dcl not rel fly tiy ul-iht en-
less dlsturlied. and the directions of
Ibeir flight l dlanli tlthai t the enemy
li cowuilau this villy
The, ar hblukl, ILU' 1.,I dIll hiio under
aruls ad r'-aeifr. cd, Ilie outpoistL,
it.I h I11 t o ., h i.:r'" tlite were tie-
Ily attain ked I aI harilial Mir 'Eli
lItl W d" Il I.uidlli Kaitinair.) ineztItef

Origln of Surnames.
Ituriitio were l rrriilur d ii, luto Eiug
l uii as 1,< I at i.i a N -iiaivir iiil ire, sdpig-
il 1 ls I al" lla t'il lsle al I s m11 'Ti' alid
.\ iiij..* t(1 il : I i: it liie b tl s i little
.I a,. -a I l tel. L IN 1S S1 Irish Ua-d
ti f r 40r.i,,Il- ,, I \ -.l. 1 ir ,it. l,, .., .analeer usm-d Mar. as
M .a l lteii,1 .. lbl.uiiiil lie \%% lab
ua'e All. iii El' tp l-i. lit *Io i uf Ith.t) .
A.1 IihsailI I I hi larrlti Alp eilutiually
vo," .oia'li :.. tl : i 'I.Le ihrdul off the
falut hr. lw,,re I'r-t. 'rati hbird, etc Tihe
;.,ortfhetri iIatioim aided the word saoi
t', tile. father a i.itj a V\itlliaLuiis~ n.
Uaezy "f tIbe iliet olliuUon surnames.,
isu b aa Jubhuin. WaIsn. )yso. Nli.h
ulon, etc were utakeu tby Brabislawlr
mad olhbra. rwilz.gs, who wsre mat
iralltsed ID the relIgn of Hery VI.

Imnents. h wal of tlim-e are fro a rtty ard th to accompllas
two fteet to tree feet thi k. formed
f the .lim.le ,nl.erilalti .I h.t da 1 i when you're blue, bllious and out of
h ti1 luiid. till,.i e muadip auilme,4llm. but sorts. 'Ibt re is a sure cure for all
'!ift rimllih wilthoutl. Itiiig rlendlered Imn kind of altoniach and liver complalnta
p.ceitrareill to rmiin. -consllltiatikon amid dyspepsla. Bal Olo Over OGlameile tNat
The I.wAer at .oI. i ;,i!tuli tiC.o ft.'t lards Ifhrhine In mild. yet absolutely Bank. Ganlesille. loria.
thih. VI.t c '.; I.l r, ial I ,at fI% tlo I e'ffl,'n # lt in all carf- Price 0 cents
Iar a, k. ,,,,1 .,t ,,,a&I. .iia h p,.r bottle. Bold by W. M. Johnsao. 1
1mmiat r part tcrni.la.ivIa- a ii ; ar.-haed K X
rmf "r Ir, ii' ,:, I e II ii,'r' Ii .i r a estte
f--:,'lid tll- i a r:,.I,,et I-ier Ie The want adl s do more ral esate
al -I" :|l|". '"o- ,ilie), ,l ie "( "he(t tiba.tym ts than all other brokers t
E :tii I at if li.. ii,,i' i. 1t r 'A o 'tacl' in fact. they "start" most dlof i
mei tha ia i itl i .tei. I i u it vi l,.. Luii.tI~tl that te brokers sad W W
linc ou411 a1 tm l eeung ra *'*.s i *t agents fr. t.
%:I : ... .. !!:, uIia r 1thI. %. iat r asl1a l, I atsi tFurnihed Psed ad AM
;ow iW h.re- frIt eeznz tio pr. -crv their Work l_-
S tnlliiuilal ii is h U ei t\'h lhIe' I id.- n Ig
II01i l lng:ilile. D e e. a W Rteliweanocm: Addses:
Sl---a leambrabNhPianoCo. AXINKVVILL3,
Lulmt A Bate FLA.
n. -
infating the Monster Carcass to Keep I in'S.- e m ilm3 FE N ECLU MT!
It on the Surface. Fao* B F
"Thbn Ilmgan (hei uork ,4t hrlunin.P NM | f tMNO b I The Brod. Pie an4 c8e Flee
the while I ti the urf .a iia' d k ,lowhi ig
it up so tha:it It suIl tle eIt." )ays a i W k M t my ab I wat shoilM e m tri The
wi ritr ,in willing I i'Popular Me .i. I I dE p I Pi I lbII
rhaunik. "'Taking a bitch about a con- iaest Sou. led wlth perw
..ulenlut pIwe. tl.- roupe wam slacked and s liL. : : : : : : :
ruan through a pulley block at the mast- -----
head Ito reliel evte strain of raising j I "pU rity Ifaash hl m- our
the grLat bisdly. 1'im wtichi was set In WEl
iioluu, and for flftetu milnule uolb- i -----ood the moet der leus It is.
Ing was heard save Ihc luootonousA -M 1o pol to prodse
grind as fathom after fathom of line
was wound in. When lhe tbdy was (jrahaiai uil hIrougbt alougslie the lales of the
flukes were -ut off and lifted to the Street', N)rth. I 1one1 51 Phem"e M T. eha r Pre
dltk Then a liong sal of eisuill rut, -"
her blte, one eiid of halile-b wars se
tInched to) a Ipunip ad ii l th otter to ai ;ET I "ITOUCIl' .r. um.
hollow, w. si|l r imgluted i tull Ul. f ie. t -
lith ie'rforatoii cie alo ig i t4 ea is-lli i
ei h .h i lt ir lls r Iu i l .i. i. ilay 'I nlrT
.-ar As JI.aei #etI als iaate a UNDERTAKING 1
Shawile'-u dae. tla ir I i .; 1 s.irt. ir l I -
nhsd I l.e I.l. SI ld saS*& O L V.r
% h .,a it,.l,.,ecI "-iIt: ls,, '1., t. Lk e II PULL LIU P iOP
>ill.1,. 1i1. 1lu0. il- A ,h1,11.,ii. I.,, 1 -4 N W GOODS....
I l 1 1 i, I Ill~g l 1 U I ll i. l l. .i.i I :. 1 :

ia tih la a Iie I4 ll iiill-' 53W"Buggies" MU 53UT5 ?VUO I

NickL CAPUDINE Curae SdcNe Hieaca t. i u.* lae i e me*.
achk I-1t. r Ife ha)ii ewIl ardl queslMi-Uw -
Also Nervous Headalce. Travelers' ia-et craPlli'te' iA up o-teJ-li aa sin 6aasl Oab bo b 4II i
Headache and aches from Grip ltUm Isi lta" Photh. o i i aeb t a
ark Troubles or female troubles.
Try Capudlaw-it Ilqud-l cti Davi & O liver1 u.lo.
suvdlately oM by &%sof Da 6 O l e


YOUR e Otreers: R. OEO. P. WALDO,
YO GovTeror--A. W. OGlchrtet, Talla-
"on. Ors ENTIT
Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw.
ford. Tallahawc. 4r111 m Al IS anSt Male Sft e M
rBA ClAUE (Comptroller-A C. Croom. TallW ell Pi ee t1. Alm Left 9ItaseM
Treasurer-W. V. Kaott. Tallhas. DL. BDWARD CLARK

WI ELD Attorney General-Park M. Tram- ODNTIST.
mnell. Tallabassae.

To hea L D k Commissioner of Acriculture-B. E Olcg Is* Grabam Bu Ma uilding
ITo Ly E. kaui's l-n. Tal.ahasee Beaaders& Earltes tore. re
Vegetable Cmponi d supt. of Public In.tructlon--wM M N. 34.
Holloway. Tallahasmer.
Rockland. Mal.--"I was trouhled Presildent of the Senate--I. .s: Hud DRi. DoSVKR B. OUlRiLa
for a Iaff tim with pains In my laclk son. Miami.
Aail silde, and was miserable in ever
-- way. I doctor ...D...
until I was dia. County OMlor:
couracd. and Clerk and A'aditor-S. H. Witages,
tbogt I should Galnesville. as gb s leas"11 1
never get welL I
Spread a tpstimonial 8upt. Public InstruciUo--iDr. J. L. m
about Lydia E. Kelley. (Gnesville.
Plukham etsL 81a serit--P. o. Ramsey., Otaiesvl. DL .L. ALm IA"S.
ble Comlmund. and
thought I would County Judge-H. 0. Ma u. OGalns
\ tryl t After tak. w ille.
tag thmee bottles I Tax Asesaor-W. W. Coble. OGah T&
S. was cared. and ail
never felt so well
in all my life. I rmi eo d Lydia E. Ta Coleetr-W. a vmano.. OMas mr Iu "Imm a -
Plkham's Vegettable Compoundto Gal GaOasille. ,1rw 0 3 L f b
my friend."- Mrs WILL Yot'ix Treasuart-J. Matha-ena. Gal
Columbia Awenu oe, Rockliai. M i. W I. AIU
Backache I a symto4a female W
weakness or dmaleMl m If yeO wkgr.lr _listratr--J. C. e. AWOTIO.*oAT-AW
hav backache, demt negaect It. To Grew. Galaneville.
get permanent rett U ut re county raesaers- n M UWOS O OIl U T.
the root of the toi Nothing we C raw. H J .
nowof willdothisses a. yalio, d y p Chama, r a ; J --
as LyaK.td e PIlab 's VepitaCe Towad. CmpUle; J. W. May. AINEZTJL ou
r Cae t w m oitu thMese l- Arcer;: Chw. .mmar, Tre. rt..r;
s sebs and al s ad yu wllI. O. Camo. Oalasevie.
The peat ylme i asiulled Mebers eShool Bewd-.L B. IM IASI SAT .,
testimony constaUtly t p- lr oveso Weeks4 Chairman, Hawthn; J. W.
ooeldver that i L' Moody. LaCreMM; W Mller A0W. AT er.,
table p CmbTr aIo neate.
fletarbl u sosonsl b .otbe _.
NMra Plakhha,m 4 LJ lMy Oa.o Gaain lle. Ms p du ea ast | 1Y
lad tee an d ik weusm to Iowa ir-4y I. rw.
Ihe I % =l8" aisiaTllei-; T. A. Do k t e. -- f-

SC~y OMasels 3A.
A Mayr-Hoatl Dviso .
O arsha-B. T. Araw. A Tow i UVt
new the lageniaea Little Sulider Ce Tla Aaeaor- I. R. OI Cols.
struet Their Hous-s. Ta Colletor-T. B. wes r.
When the bravers' dame are crom- Clerk ad Treasurer-J. Masey D-L
pleted. the aulmals a part into small City Attorney-W. S. BOL Dee. I~--
companles to bould clabila or boses Board of Aldermse-T. W. S hai ds
for t % mleives These are colnstrurted preiMlet; Oeo0. K. BDrom B J
upon Iilesp aloal the burders of tbe I CmaLOI H. L rav. SL m OL 91~WAWil iW
lpond. They are of an oav;l shape. re- Mo A L
sc bllig a beehivee, ad they vary ise. A 1. vL OLIA l Il.INm
frn, five feet' t, (teu *t.1 in illameter. Doard of PubUe Works-H. R Ta-
aceordilg to the llimller of famIlies lr. Chairman; W. W. HaIlmim, enro Lawy
they are to arcomunimdatlr tary: H. P. Duttor. J.Balrd.. I. __
These dwellings arn never le than Vidal.
two stories !:'. ; *! ::r. I'. re.re. a nd t a.
oie'tlmE : i tf t:r apart A lSmikle a.

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WV WI rWv -

mm my urnaru mmmu
--Y' o r GOSSR" WooNU

%I no@w nda"Whet ftI

go" ite ms OfWO City.

109ftbsI to Met W. t. Denb.
s aw ndwe49
Cbf SO vofMkwapy visited

a -am, WN wetsb
V% not to W on We"W of
to ota USU a Sbs Vwk sewft
Smn wamwwOM"myso.

w I tt Poretunwd
am*46MV&*to Woiods a:

AN* a s" d g"a ap"M

mbwb am'~ Its" in to IY
800Na9W. L ah

IL IF. Aw. e l 0te mr
so- ft heNrW y efaIy
U -O earn bmle natter
"1 0arn. tI60 to SI 0 ret

~~~~ 4g -biy
aw 9" "sub t now Yea
L 00111kof aukpsais
-- to Io-d -

Oms Sh to mf

ro omibeasto vL
asis we in imowee

&W)L a ddlaw of Lnr
-is a rw Wmeft
-16 *IBM sm linmk emm
Air d siues. Ma I nthe cty for
-Y 1--- slab ike S~tau..a

~~ bi I Ws W.meI amived Is
00dW oeewuowto-spendBsoday
bm 1b 1pbo WA he tem i
Wd"a fe S tb ahis re baIs
haft ft hisdsec amis
SL 3L N3. ba received a Perm-
SEE IweImM as timber cruiser
WM 4S. Osm eaud Offkce Com-
nfuUmand beesassigned to the
"uM 41TWMof SthIis City.
Muiby. of the Geld division
NS Ohe bud ofic lu e. basbeetransfer-
rMA 1t the Duluth. Minn.. diasion.
0 square friends In Uslueso lle
* W ill lawsoft1116tralsfer With Iu
gro as he was qrite Popular amnsg
5 YON a"t ofI tbis city.

-& Pewff1 be shke be' Ibr e Shoe. U
besW dsA. esW. -leet. tI" Auto* Fooi
% i e leC s so6a,,. k" new 'W
m e"I AOI sUI5. VnWr SAhI
Cap @1u 1bn I(ri1.
00w-P~oaD I.csrmoe.

Tade at New Yeor Rase sadnP get
a Ie psdi -tall fia>
wy a M yer eeds at New Yoerk
Rasket mnd get a lee Ige wath.
Miss Clyde Sbhehe of llrh S8.ringi
was anums the sho|>(,I-re i-ttin>e i'i,

rs. W. M. Ilavidmon of High
8prilngts was aamono the Iite1 rr t), til
city yesterday.
Mrs. Alex a1ughtr.r' retitrnd p les
It-r yia a l..' a ; I .. .. .. ..
t. in G'..n t-i i. s ;a
J. iV. luNic'n. ", i.. .,taii iar:l 'e. .d-
isiwr ( ( ail'anI. left yes)t r"ay lfo a
hohutt liaaheiss trip to Wa\l',.
Jajjnl o ry; Pecan and Frluit Trees u va-
riety. H1. 8 Grates. phuu. 171.
)ir.. J. W. C arkt u Ihih .ilirinit
arrited hi the city )tt.teruay ,o, .A
oamblaed bslim-es aud plea.tire. ri;.
Chas. Urabham. a former emlloys
of this offie but who is now connect
d with Th Itar at Ocala. is visiting
relative. sad friends n the city.
Mrs. P. N. Thorn of Punta Gorda
(o Emmes- t visltors to the city aml
wleoh er is tIe pue- of the Ia.-
lly of N. Crews. at the Ripertment
C. A. MeCloay o Cadillac was a
visitor to the ciy saturday. He
aest ta r eope of his setio are
Se aod prospects are good for a
eam peld.
Misse Anale Christlam of Mcla-
toeh and Martel Hami-sad of Haw
theom are I the city. uavag co e
to be present at the ball give on
Irtday night.
Tew G-aiUsvle DaIry st sow pr-
aired to furaish you wtth pue mllk.
erea. or better from frea tested
mehb cows. Phoie 178 and receive
prompt atteatio.
Do't wrrIy about our settlan bank-
rapt, beasM we awre meals worth
$1 for Te. but oeas aad enjoy them
aad.t I o e fr your lady friends.,
The Brae Home.
H. M. heroase of Reddick was a
vtaor here yesterday. He war
Iamoerly of Meaaopy sad has a great
many frieds I Gainev!lle who art k
always pleaded to meet im.

IL lradlty O Weabaoota was I
the city yesterday. Umce Bob states
that the dry weather has about cla-
.e up the veetabes of his section
bet the general crop are tookin fIe.
however. rain is badly needed.
L. E. Jobson aad wife of Hawthorn
Acere among the visitors here yester-
day. Mr. Johnson was If rmerl a
,uemLer of the Board of County Coan-
mmamssers trea his section sad has
a large number of filends hire.
W. E. Waits and wife of Hawthorna
were among the shoppers in the cit)
yesterday. Mr. Waits has only re
cently beaon. a twnedict. havlnsg
hei n mairlrd la t Tue.Ada) il Jack-
woatlle. and his numerous friend.
throughout the county extend cou-
At the Methodl.it Sundal M lhil
this niorhuIn at .:;4O thIer. illI ),
sl'ecial nao>w. The chihli.ii of thi
a riamary dtepartmeiat all Ping and
theie will I it oth r 'alt liet i1. All
the parents and friend, of thl hill
dreon ar extended a special illti.tiotl
The offering.is i llx- t ( t ntd ustd
for buying literature for ntc.ed. Sun
day sbchooil The ichooul oIpent Iproei|lt
ly at t:3. ('Cone and he with us.

Let Us Keep Your Books for You

I iertMBI ) u, : y 7 I > a i '
II I ,* 1
Phifer Bros. I3nl er
csUrom _
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No inflated values to offer you at reJiued

Iri c tl,,,

Merchandise at the lowest possible price.

If it Cas Frm WILSON'S Depend On It; It's Right--

Monday Special

Worth $4 (0.
White, Light Blue,
(See window)



15c, 325, c


hr Wu IMs
The bet to had for prices

$125 Is M
Perfect fitting

1,000 yards Linen Torchon
Edges and Insertions, w'th
up to 10c yard-Monday
only ............... .4c Vd

.... MIaE ....

M yards of lae o mbroidery and
mertion to be placed on sale Monday.
e It in show window. Take your
hIlea at 91-e yard. Mfw York
W. K Yocum of Washlngton. D. C..
arrived In the city yesterday and
rill spend the next several days
ere visiting his parents. Drand
irs. W. P. YocumI
The monthly Mothers' Meetlia of
he Woman's Christian Temrt rauce
Unloa will be held at the home of
Ira. L C Gr. .Moray. da a) ltinuAoi
t 3 o'clock. All ladies are cordially
vlited to attend.
Dr. C. G Mixs ,i has returned from

Atlanta. where, he Kgraduated inl dreill
tr) from Iith Atlanta I -ntal ('Colle-ge
His numa) friends are erxt'iding tIo
hinm colnrattilatioins and wish him
success' in his i ires l.iion
Five-roou cottage o rent on block
adjoining ,square. formerly occulpleid
:'* W L l (;raude; city ate r. elt<
trie lights. aewerage. bath. and all
isoderat coUi\ienc lletvl A|ilp to Mr
H. H. McCreary or Sun office
Mrs. G T ETtalrok lhai r tlurii
eld from)l a si% A.eek-, ,i..e at( IPhila
d*'lishia. li"e silit nII IHtlnc uindel
tri atit Ist ati U o: of lhel hui-|itall l
,I r, S ha., ,Le-iii Kr al\ lnilpro\
td %. l]it i i ;* ":f inti :in t ) her
;1 ,, I0 frinid.c here and etlise
a he-rt'
Mra G Isol. Mlilss Marionl (Gi.
E: a MecTiunuouiI. Alta ride and
Charlotte Ilaughton. formed a joll)
lpart) of .laickbkai ill lad Ie. he
tilted the c iiit % citerda In ordt r
to be l rres-uil at the ball KIa. II I I

the ['I kiclibi AllehA
the Unhuerp-1il
Ilion Ielr(da. V.rreii

III ,ll i.
ii &li '~1I~` iii I


All~al~t 111( eel.6


Foer i ii uiA tiA. IA.t
4 (). laI 111 1)1. ii.. ii 141 I~e4 l
i,. eaI ItII

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i* aIiie .

S!Ac. I,?1. .11 4
* ee. )..........


(See window)

Extra Special
50 dozen Women' Gauze
Vests, tape neck and slteves
-a regular 10c value-on
sale Monday and Tuesday
at Sk h Mft SU Wimb

Se,1 the new CURTAIN
NETS at 12 1-2c, 15s. 5c.




Monday Special


Worth double.
Some neatly trimmed. oth-
ers tailorede efftets.

s aoni d VAN

In IIou'elaold Furisiilngt'
Sheets, IPillow-Coses, Table

Linens, Towels,


50 dozens .Jap Fna-very

neat -at

m U

We Give Votes




The Eddins Manufacturing Co.


Seven-Jewel Ten-Year Gold Case
Watches Given Away.
Read the following that L. A. Jerni-
gan A Son have to say regarding the
watches that the New York Racket
is giving away every Saturday even
"This is to certify that we have
examined the watches being given
away every Saturday evening by
Phifer Broe. and find them to be just
as represented in their advertise
ments. They are elegant watche--
Ten-year gold cases and standard
;even-year Elgin or Waltham move-
-rents. L. A. JERNIGAN a SON,

N (iticV l4 DU) WaA Iie ACh IltI o I eele
(or fiise a ouneer M A) I a i i at,.
eI'vii -,011A Addro." I I. ol
I lii-. 14.tee ..L 1 .4IA la

Bring u )your lame hort..- ail.i
iules and have them trea'ed--have
their teeth examined and sharp cor-
ners drebsed down liong lrrojection'e
cut off and decayed molars extracted
;Office. Mauuolla liotel Phone 55



_-NOW 'EN-
At Mrs. McCormick's Millinery Par-
ore. Wet Side Court Houe
Square, Gainesville, Florida.

A eeoomgpase-&r4l d tborou cagb Ccrw If true
tUOD 19t Ihe Art of UIUSary D dhaM will he
taueblt Mh-%i..M-C iw-alck who It. a Wtaaiut*
La Malk. it Ar s LA r -I jw lerig (ejaf~eeU frMa
two to three- maeegth Ia. ta. tesaleA. 'Ir
particular% ra-1 ag icr a%rt% %iMk-, v T I h
4. MMic@I '.. c'ie.a A ViiJd


First NaWional Bank

Cip It .. 1.14 N mNI. IHN

I *- .

Surjiliv., Iltioimi m h

I .4 .,t

I. .

s A. e1 li

but High-C!iss

m wI Ic ON.

ecro and green. very
and pretty.






- AE
Just ar i'l a car

(,i Al er thej
111461114111 IN- I.c4rn .
wouldn'lia I 1n I g
i~iw lets-i ecr Selln
post 61 i 41 111 li

kii.cl el 11or,.. er
si.161141V ) t a~i t galilt 14
d~~e-soitI *-n filiieiiit








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Values thall~t Cannotllq-f n

Worth~ double.


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