Title: Gainesville daily sun
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01670
 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 18, 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: VID01670
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

Full Text


VOL. X XVI. No. ";,1






SEvery Week It Becomes iore Apparent That Se-

ate Is Not in Good HBor.

WASHINGTON. M&v IT- Wh.n C. Haines. who has be-en( convicted of
will Congress adjourn'" ib the ques- 'mimslaughter in the New York courts.
tion put to the Vice-President. Speak- is the occasion of considerab'e specu-
er Cannon. Senators and Representa- nation. At present Capt. Haines'
tives whenever they appear at the name is on the roll of the army with
White House. Speaker Cannon re- the designation "absent. in custody of
died recently: "If you will tell me the civil authorities." An officer can-

when the Senate will pass the tariff
bill I will give you a pretty good
guess as to when Congress will ad-
journ. The only thing that moves
and carries the previous question in
the Senate Is from 6 to 100 In the
Every week further evidences are
given that the Senate Is not In good
humor, and every day there are out-
bursts of peevishness and Irritation
on the part of the members of that
dignified body. The lead schedule.
so tar as pig lead is concerned. has
been disposed of. and In the last few
days the earthenware and chinaware
paragraphs have provoked much de-
bate. The opinion is quite general
that the real tariff bill will be made
in conference. and that such a bill
will be turned out as the
President can sign. At presert the
President and Congress are not in
perfect accord in regard to the hill
but there is every reason to believe
that compromise will be the effret've
method hb which the bill will tb shap-
ed into what it should be.
The army status of Captain Pete.r

not be court-martialed without his be-
ing present during the trial, and It
is regarded as unlikely that. In the
event that Cajnt. Halnes is finally con-
victed and sentenced to the penlten-
tiary. the cliil authorities would iwr-
mit him to alilear before an army
court-martial. This a would forestnll
his being dishonorably dismis md. Of
course no action will be taken by
the W.'ar Departnr-nt while C('a,
Halnes' appeal is pending, but if he
is finally convicted It is probable that
his case will be presented to a re-
tiring board which will find from the
record, that be has become "morally
and physically unfit for the service."
following which decirlon he will be
absolutely retired "by order of the
President Absolute retirement. un-
like retirement for age. will deprive
him of all rank and retired pay. It
being practically analagous to the
'dismisal without honor" of the men
implicated in the Brownsville raid.

As advertlstag fids the bet marbst
for everything el why aMot fory
osm- 5 -)wr~

allng of Bells in College

Towns Strange Coincidence

'N I ANA M)IS. Ma)I -, 1 -('oliacI t'...'eI; ,Iw]Irona it ribut st % a I ,.g of~
in. te the' cra'isla ig difu i f a or to rd iedt L.1 ,1 nit 4). i1. il
I.1 rebus blIeIi. freaim icefrie- s in i -inii I' mttat t!,--el oep .1 I1-1 as-eIlotIpe ia A

1it.r(' itj *.ll \: ~ith i i. ra r&1 fiiiA -I'rsitt r l .z .I% v t(-a I t d ti..: rit 1.1

4 ;; *sjlel ~ tie ale! itIbe I ptis l'.niu frit j. tl.i, r h Ii i s l4- iiA-0 1.rs "
t hc n v% th ls\.. 1 1 1: h

I r % It rl4: 1leelIvae In.iraOi ll. outid -tizatt'. % laf) % !- t.'dillp 111 tfi
A hi'chlbad ii ?ixiW n i the' t4)i 'I r :%It r-i ilm Ie u a ejurt-4 b% a falling
I. r ('eilli, wt- fe'r I %%*,nr I 111% *% oir. t ilml r amid h rlsitr loulp %;.c -al.' hurt

Man Accidentally Drowned

While Bathing in River

II ~\' .1: '.e I 7 I '.1 Cl

I *.'i
.1 1I '

Senator Taliaferro and Congressman
Clark Were Denial That They
Are Using Passes.

TALLAHASSEE. .1ay 17. After
much discussion the lions Saturday
passed the bill prohibiting paying of
poll taxes iy other than the voter for
whom the tax is paid. and the bill
requiring newspapers to mark all
news. editorials and cartoons which
are paid for as advertising matter.
Five voted against the latter measure
Governor Gilchrist for the first
time used his veto power. He sub-
mitted message' to the two houses
vetoing the bill extending the powers
of the city of DeLand and making
%old a Ibondiin election held in that
city. Constitutional grounds were
given by the Governor.
The Pa Question.
Considerable discussion has been
made upon the report rendered by
the committee appointed to se
cure the names of those officials
to whom passes have btens sued by
the transportation companies.
A telegram was received from Sen-
ator J. P. Tallaferro denying that be
nas ridden on a pass since the pass-
ing of a Federal law. The telegram
was spread on journal and referred
to the committee Investigattng the
report made by the committee con-
ulting railroad commission books.
The following telegram was re-
ceived Saturday afternoon by Speak-
er Parris from Hon. Frank Clark:
Washington. D. C.. May 15. Hon.
Ion L. Farris. Speaker Florida House
of Representatives. Tallahas-se. FLa.:
I denounce as unqualifiedly and base-
ly false any Intimation by k'gislalive
co.nii: ie o#r ( t,:ier p. trons that I
ha e \ioliated any law in use of rail
r'.,! t;a.r ;-, rt.t!i n 1u Fl" -r!d3 or !-,-
\l her. I def.f theI-e to institute pro
'**e'dalci hiiere. tlhtr. or anywhere it
the1. are. hotls.-t and liha~, proof. let
th, m Ir ricevd If they hase unot the
:i Aed. tha.- are not honh.t, and dare
l it |>r'x, eil I i-'k thI t' l. raai te'
re-,il tu hL ot -*

Slxt,<.en 1 iilh. Iaise'd andi ilir. kllhed
w.~ tihe crr(,i in the' Selate on Satur
.!.i Thiu ocni that f6-ll sa. the M e
('reari bill prihibilticg log or lever
artls from ru-:nIg the pulhllc roads ,ex
*s*"it in ie.rtain r ca l ".,

Amseig t tor th e' c


outestants in Each dm the TMe trits ub

Cret G rt Kc FtiMy.

heavy voting was done saturday
i .' Sunday throughout the entire
county as well as In the city. Amons
those receiving large votes were Miss
Addle Goode and Miss Jeeloe vas
of Gainesville district. M1ie Mabel
McCredle of Micamopy aad Miss Rosa
Iee Rives of High 8prng.l
Miss Mabel McCredle of Micmnopy
has passed the 1M.000 mark in the
Poutht.ru District sad Mis Eva
Powell Is very near that mark In the
Northern District. Many changes to
all the districts are promised for the
coming week.
Following is the standing of th
Gaineeville-C-etral *ectien.



M I"




. lasS
M ass

Jesie Evans ...........5.345
Addle Goode ...........430,575
Margaret Ledbetter ..... 116.4
i.telle Itewl ...........11l,5
Itessle Carver .......... 8*,8
Nora Stalls ............ 32.94
Gertfade llarrod........ 2.1680
Helen Holder ........ 14.85
Myra Sweariagen...... 14.35
BlHacbe Thompsm ..... 9,84
Mary ernaudes ....... T7.
Aura M. Lewlj ......... 7,70
Alice Schafer........... .10
N. W Taylor ...........4,70
.MAbel Williams ....... 3$70
Mamie Crouch ......... 3.10
Grace tullard .......... 3.570
Maude McKay ......... I.9
Annie fIell Taylor...... 1.745
Faane Whbltlag ......... 1.476
Eva Iauakaiht ........ 1.27
Ella Balley ............ 1.236

Eastern and Southerm Ditrict.
Miss Mabel McCredie, M'cnopy 115.465
Miss lorra .cCredie. M'cnopy. 9.4.14
MI-- Ilatti E Kngllsh. Tacomna 93.67i
.Mi.: It.-sul. Waits. Hawthorn 71.40;
Miss l, a Jlolliv. Orange Heilghts 5j.',.,
Mins I'auline ('rlton. Mica'
icply ........ ............. 31.010
Mitr. Agles Zetrouer. Rochelle 96.005
.Mlss Coraelia Crown. Rocky

P o in ..t.. .. ....
.i-s Il itl. Hthaw, FalrblanksA
MIh Aintit. IrlSwie. HIarthorn
Mlis P'altit Ze.trouer. Kochelle
'.I-s L.ul.ts Perry. tRKohelle ..
.M i-h n:raIin (;uthrie.. Rowxhelle
M;sI ..JeIwl (;ninwl. Hawthorn
isi Melll M muilmnc,. Montloxha
\lis* Myrtle Hammond. Haw-

M illIe'n 1)I' c'reMIatls 5 '13 IJ I hLUa rd thorn
I I. :t;.l l'sammecce rhIIt# Ii.Lrrie l4ill. Miss ;eorgia Snowden, Hatcoet
leer caaitliiig t F- era-1 r ils a v -ompnaari'i ( ', k
to) ?-e'll ior le-aevi.' hh lIrolpm't) anId Ml I iseNellie' Hkee's. Micanopy.
Ftat ici .v to u anla he'r orh Luatt tII~ I- e .ttic' Jel iunia'e. u koi
V Ni~t*,l %bli et tmof r lt s at-rd tha A me ltI-k uIijitis' (' icnenrlrte. Milca-
it I 1:11 c''ties t'~ ct b#Ktis' tra. lir cife11'11t
i ok 4-f c 4 rj~~I- i sito itia- tfor I rf it II IIi l'a.'scza,~ 'lc
A ;AI41 ue I.riai.1 (4)blitange ,Miea.
Souw' Bound Trasn W asLate. -Iv-'r% fla. i..Orl-t&.a .
V '1 ji.ValI-

II ,- fI II

I I I I,

I, *


Icl St 1. t.r- t

I (Is Ii P ~'
ci.I' I'

- I 49

Throng of Women Leave

Ab-dul liamill's Harem


4 %-.,
:1.1 :9

Mis Amle OaUml IL. PotM.. U- W
Mias Vaadalle Sta. WalMo..... S
Miss Mary ~Lolse Attwr,
Waldo .. .. .. ............ 8fe
Mss GeOtrude 8luth, lrW
b aka .......................
Miss Masto Baley. WaMe..... M
Miss Oracle Mere idd
Orove ....................... M

Wesiem sad "Wawam some



*va Powell AJMlash.....SrI
r.attlO lRwlY T'8Ea....TUU
Via Btwm Bt ........TI
I. Wae. Hibh SrdB .....4. M
Amu&e Kirklad Aeiam..SMW
H. Maddmls Arhea......
MlU Bev.N Auml..M
rad BryarNt, Ba.....
Ross Low Wtre6 NBB

Sprmagr ..................... JMw
MUe AIlem HOYW. A m- .. ..SUU
Min LInie Aist H NeWwy DUM
Miss U amge. W w.n.m.
Mias Jewe S Saly. a- .... sIu

MK, Ab hai.es 1 -Nwb ... a,
MWi LA O l ..........
Mi OGr-tr --. Gu -- ..mi
Mins Cla. -lr, N ....
Mim Abte AobMa. rasI.a 5.

Miss M. N.i as., a. ay.. O o

Miss Uzlae Spdt. MNebahu....

r Me u I. hebar M .g

MBLIROG. May IT.-ev. 1 S
Moselty sad Amily h e m ied
the boase of Rev. Julae.
Amo-g these who havae-- W ie
for the summer Rev. Jull. au
family ad Mrs. A. Grimes.
Rev. C. B. Hedrtek amd Mr. A.'O j
ry oalctated at iOthe service a T? l
Ity church st *luday. Agressatb
the Goveraors preuaiamtis the
lorations wer, of white Lem dub.
Two good showers fte g-I
They were tmee apprneela d b
The "SMata Fe" took -qite a erI
over to the esal a Friday to esI4.
a fashry and to plek bl4k kerrl
which are very pltlful an the e l ml

M. J. Beckham ad & ly at Wit W s
or were visitors a4 N. 0. WN's
last week.
The Melrose states of the esO
Florida Telephoae Compaay at A. A.
McRaes to nOW I ISe working ae
dtir and is doing quite a busise-a.

808 #. I IC. d~h~I Y
someakleth"Is ul- Of o
2 1C15 way" at your hoo"u mise dv
u sLd. be w.Mto some=@ wbe Is 8
;.;I ~~si lee I' lookin te

All Will Be in Readiness

for Confederate Reunion

' I \. 1 '1i .- I 'I rt I 4 i l aid t ,'tv
a .. 4 i ih ta

S. I I Jk-dable ao th
\ ', i' ,nl lakt-t idllhl that
,i> ,* I ra ,. % 111 t

%ill e. It- Id
S i' is ir vide-d
0; ,,ir the v.ath4-rlnie
I a, I;IItl lb.gu sI
vot e i~am 14)11-111119Ag t


St rav .: t I .u' I a c
.1 '~~ a 'I.]





ra= WL. L PA-M- ON

,0l mee Sesed of
tA -m e eor Oeewla
isaT mh CaO.

(rd week d the Circuit Catrt

ag is dr o ampective p .

I a m em kle te neourtn
so f ao the oveu meof the
1 y so1eer hby m. Ra ney.
mla as b1Imes:
M. e, 6I. L& Themapeem. .

LJm. Mnse. T. L Rob.
aI. .l b. W. Teac,.
SC Mta sad W. L
I vsAM Mr. M1 was es-

I I VS- 0 W. Ta mer. as
-immm atIeeumd.
l. 5. l< m CoImpay. vs. S.
Wsv smmet, eaetlmn e

sI. ,M vs.0 o DBmt. r

M VImem mour l e m uLrN.

asi U mpwited. tCaOe .
rlam V& S amiherm Dr.
"am co ea. Mdnet-'

Sm vL 0 6 0. Commeia, sa.
wmm --- JirM ,-t and

Ou miM. tdaintos, m ot
aL WhCoa. mr m arsPe ag- at
-A. O mivsA os cone
-to ad l il amd codluiadw

210 10ea6t" a vB ar.
agle ad oimn n nina h I
qI GOm my vs. C. al a
HI la thei miuu
a 'mm r at I ml va. L.

W a pwper d< at.
SAe d Mm a B D"iKi, ,

l. Iad mad IAvetmt Os.

----- '-c-- mmd
bom % dlbrammm P a f. Bas

gadyand Madhie, Co..

WItfw pls, and clerk instruct-

Whe easrt blatted the aheori to
eIsw es cted at
sesi at the muert the court
t 11:30 o'clock this morning.
m temnce will be Imapoed.
me a umber of erIad eases.
M th I proeaedia wib no doubt
witeed bi a large'crowd.

flYgtab'l>me o The & W. IL.
r n mpam Jishmemfllke, Fla.
'M0u L' than tao mnooth
eapsed sine. the destruction by
8 at a portion of the business of
*S abov company, they are alr.'adl
Jed I. new and commndious qe'ur1
ba, N West Pay street I.entrran.e
Se alley adjoining Tihe 14 It
hinor Co ) with new maehiner) in
talIled Im botb their llthograplrhling
and die stamping department.. aned
Ie I read leas for the prenlt c,,.-
'Matm of orders.
Swholelsale paper d, lartr.a,,a
SLe btabed iII same tid hldiaI. 1.4-

besm replenished with azi t etire tit %
at=& ao all their well-knon n et aiidi
paper, eovrlotwo, earu Pteeck rizzt
OW Inks. etc
bThe ahe dipp .j's l wit-i, t Iei e
in th r new .tmati !, Y., -,
eMOILy arraage o As ff I I I, W le. It. I
eirti.s for t L- gr a i et' Z

A beune'ii,, a *
the tat*-$,( 0.4. 1, a I
ties, fer -I .
%III huL Ile

tho I'e.',1




It will s"eo
ti610, to you

lIw vaietioi
lwtt*'r lI ok

ver yolur oulltfit and -wek o
what youo needl. W'e va;rry
the mttot ccimpleto "t -ock oft

%saw.Do.. -..1 -
Fishing Tackle in
tion of tile State.

Ia at


Pkqusuuws.. ..5Sk
Nosh lphus. ... 4 Sk

Lamb= Mb ........ k

I ST'ih ......... 7

Ubd a dubo h=b

look$of M sines

WIholeslo and RetailJ


radfreed at the Annual Council of
the Epelcepal Church.
At the amal council of the Epioco-
pal Chrch beld lat week In St.
Augastit., Mis Tebesa's school of
th city was endorsed and adopted
as the oicil diocesan school for

A board f visitors was elected,
*em- tim of the Bishop as chairman.
two clergymen, and tao laymen. so
the emrectio between the church
aad the school will be even closer
tha the past. The clerical mem-
bers of the board are Rev. William
Wylle do PaJatka ad Rev. P. H.
Cralhll. The laymen are Col. W. W.
Hawpo r sad Mr. M. Willias.
This Ba ge will dobtlem consider-
ably Icrease the erollment of the
school, particularly la the boarding
department, and will add to the repu-
taMtio of Ganesvlle as a city of
The Lgislattve committee which
reeestly Inspected the i'nlve-rsity
visited also Mis Tebeau's school. and
expressed themselves as highly Ileas-
ed with the high character of thli
work done and with the great tw-autl
of the ground .

Funeral of James Pardue.
The funeral of Mr Jura, I'srd...
the sad death of wh1)m ,lfn crr d .at
Ray Blaca)ne. on th.I Ea-t Co:tt. o(n
Thursday of the Ipast we.'k. t11i re
alas having btwen ehilbp'd here., Ws;i
held from the bohun of N V'eIllI. sn
in-law of the dece'ase.I<. North (;ain
ville. Sunday afte.ntru l ;It .' ,. i:.
8 It. Roger of th< l'.rtt I t'. '
church condultlinr tiel! -. I t "I a
pressing cerre'monl ThI. f'unr.al
aas large l 1. a nt t < il m'I tii fr ie i,. I -
of the. deccas.-d Kg ttl h irn t, 'i t
last rad re- .l't-a 1,, ,ii, !
h-d I arti d ti 1 i,,%., .i111 :1
Quiat a nuia r !! ... '.
'( ih ,ir tinail 1 t J ,, i I"

! Ir i tii 1 11- 4 '. 7



I ju v v g I. r I I .
Th, a i

1e it I--~ e

v Iot:

C I. I'


I If he gives to charity it is for show.
and if he doe not tie Is a stingy
cuas. If he die- young there was a
great future for him. and if he lives
to an old age ho has mi.ised hl. call
Ing. If he Is in actl\e in rellii,.;:
he is a h. ;, : it bu: if t. I no)
Interest In r'liSiius matters he- I a
h: ril'-ned ,i mim,, r
If he' !hio .o4 a.ff'ctiohn he' 1- : -, t
-le('i ,ni ti if '. ha: itino he' i- .i '
I h .l I d I r., 't -r : in In r,'. '- t ., I.
Sentlre'ly he: !t!: h, m i-?t eI.t tn,'.:,v
drink i I t-Iil in.ek, ii tliii n.: ~t !
po-' that th ;Oir iQ ro <.rl t.l, ril,.z .1
b.'forr le.1t, h I:;
The roail i rckyv. but te all lik,.
to travel andl th r'e is a to satisfaction If a man owns a Ford


Reception Tendered Twentieth Cen-
tury Club on Thursday, May 13.
The Twentieth Century Clhrh y-.r'o
delightfully entertained by Mrs. T \W
Pitts on Thursday evening. May l"th.
from eight to ten. Much thought and
Judgment was shown by the doeora-
tiens--ferns. plants and roses.
Mrs. Pitta received the guests. as-
slated by Mesdames W. L. Hill. A.
L. Foter. J. L. Kelley. Margaret
Gross, J. W. Tench and W. J. Denby.
Mrs. Fdwin M. Clarke was at th.-
tea table.
Mrs. Tharln. Misses Belle Sadler.
Leonora Vidal. Mabel Voyle and Cur-
Us Pitta assisted In the diff.-r. :,
Mrs. J. D. Strlngfellow and .Mr.
L C. Gracy presided at the table. s.er\
Ing salad courses. ge.latint. arve
wafers. Mrs. (Gor e W litrunllE h,,
ing at thhe punch t)l.
The Kgu'.-ts were I1h iaa t' ni r'
tainted bY a e -ry ilti,.r.-it Iin r,:;rre n
Miss Sadllr and aln, \. I,- tr. r. i
thb,.r u u:0l ch.ir i!rt 1:.,nn1 #.11 r .'
h 'e' i.- Itili:t .Ptri
ipr*e atei-l

Olug t lr,. l x-a; i \ I hI %
"A'. ii I. .at rie-'. 1 \ M r t,; .>
co( :pa;tui t M!,% l r 4'I \ it '
A ll hI ft f ,r tl, .r ', *- ;
vr.'atl It vi!. M e1 te I l1'
Tlie-: Il Hzllt ftul .. l

A Happy Father

ar c~ir l ii .' a
b tiivek I io f.PirI '
!Ai I %.

A l I
* **( e ,t

II ,

L '4



Man's Life en Thise earth Is Full 0f
Trouble and Temptattons.
Man's life Is full of trouble and
templtat Ions 1,1 comnpi iio(0 thils
world without his consent and g*-'*.
out of it against his aIll. Hsl* jour.
ney through life ls rock and tw' ,.t
with strange. and contradictory ,ex
perience When he is little the big
girl- kits himn :ntil hen he, IA hbi Ilt
tl- cit lI ki-- him When he It. a child
nt I11ant- < at( l .l it cal:i t nt*t It. andi
wh n he i- a rIn.an h, can fet c(an!J.
but don't *amt it. When he I a boy
be ishes he sap a nan. and when
he is a man I niches hee wa a boy
again. If he r.i.u-e a Inrg' family he
is a chrump; If h- ral'.- a check he,
In a the.f. If hte is poor h,. Is a bad
manager. and if he Is rich he is dis-
honest. If he Is in politics It Is for
graft. and If out of Ipolitlc you can't
place him and he. Is no good to his

IlATHE.R S. jUtl,A.N







Fire, Life and Accident A,...

-t *

---F. B. MY'RS. M \-,..rIL-

I n.,'t I e i-l, l, for ant' are
B '* s, o! a U thi,.



0 8a -"i n -b Fhriia

G. S. Merchant & Co.
-'-*|^T and Jebbarei In

Staple and Fancy Croccries

Grai, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers

t*ighest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and oth- Produce.

A Complete sock of Hay. CoraL Oats. Flour. BUran. :.nJ. Cotton
Seed Meal and Rye. We handle oal the Very 4est goods
at Lowest Prce. ad guarsatee soesfacrtco a. Trys

. -- -

I Here It Is!

FOOIE & PFuG:? r(C., LEI crLDealersL
14% J" !11.daj

-~~ --~-
m ~.

to a 0

S *1

Is. I

. 1

f I .1

'I, 4 I

,- r-w,)


\d C 'L


by theia :' ue t

it It's 5revIt fl 1i L. .-P v
~e Sal@k-W1.Is Lug P.*;Wt kj

r ,*

-, -- r -


RW- -


Bad blocw is responsible for most of our ailments. and when from any
cause it become infected with Impurtties. humr's or pLsons, tieeil,.. in .. e
form suare to f,,llohw. Muddy. sallow co.mplexinns. ernpti,,n.. p)mpI'k. .tc..
ahow that the blc-wt is infectci with unhealthy hu-nors which ,re ch..nred
It from a pure. fresh stream to a siur, acrid flul I. which forces ,,ut is
Lnpuritie through the pores and glands of the skin. A very common evi-
deuce of bad blh.md is wers and ulcers, which breT.k out on the flesh. often
from a ry insirniflcant bruise. or even si rtch or ',.,- was h,'lthr t'i ;)l:-e would he.Il at on ',.; hi t !,h:.i in.,. ', wit' imp! urlti.
whih are .T I i-.t t:e w e':nl. :it i. 'i, I "i i 'I '-n:i.n' it o a e#.t
u. t t." f1" -,4 n l ti3~ ie.4 are broken. ; a--I 'e t (' e .tI ue; until the
blood is purtfled of the cause. 8 8. S is Natur.: h l.!-i! p.arifie'r .inl ,tr. r
made entitr!v from rto.s, herbs an it bar:s. It -g.*s ,,wr. int, tC, tin and re-noes every particle of Il'pu:rlt-. -M. ,r ,-r Prp,. j.. rn.',,r.e l..st
itntl?'". t.ste lilr ntes up t'le e..tire s'. ;. S. S n itr. ... r:iv
exces of act.l in the blood, mun.king it pure. fresh and .e:ilthy-, ar. pe.r::.&-
eatliv cures Eczema, Acne. Tette.r. Salt Rherum,. I;,t1..1. a l ,other skia
U'ptiua er disease, Book on the bl ax i and an' men!c iI advice fre-.
~___ _-- ______-. --

t% .L %

a I.---

-, -~-L

lc~ --- -


tills ?44-c- I

...; .



* 0% 0 IN ,

~-~- --

jjd --




vI iAl5W

i. ET lIR.I





Wart to Rviee Urpopular S,*uatfon
Of C'.V" '' I. A v W.'' Suhr.t Srhe

One of the



of the happy hwwm-qifI., .1l-v '4 a va'at
fimnel -if inf.'rov'teln A 1%4f. II1 N R N nIw li I.
T..4111 1 %.vvilAMco il k I I,--' Of' .f ll. A~el.l d
tse". i'?' ..9'a,?'
S Ilt, t -of i celk' and 'Large Cong. p~t-on G. ere% errr Ep
~:~( Lryi~r~ ~ ctr So

LI f I

The Value of Good


Is awy to figure if you know what your tonmc
is worth. Kodol keeps the stomach at par rvah
by insuring good digestion. Kodol cures Dyspepia.

\\ I .* '. I '
f i I

I, I l 1 l iZ I l I h e. 1 11 0 t 1i I 1 'll 1
it' tlei ll l f l l'. % I lll' lu l I l '
'IA' IialIht th* 4titr 41', c,' eil ktu -.'"
which is ic nig le0 -d ,l f .I .\ ;~.edIlw l
ci.airniaii.. S .1 I' riin anild II
(;r;T'\es. he ld a consultation Molnda
nliorinikgl he n It as dc .(idel'dl to
akel the State law overtniTnl thel su,-
itjct. with some mnodification,- which
it is clainimred e are no dlscrimlintion
.iainnt firm. inlldilual or corpora-

The' ordinanrice n committee' aill have
prepared and present for th consid-
eration of the council and all others
interested an ordinance. This mat
ter will come before the City Council
it the meeting of that body tonight.
:ind all intertst-'d arena tilited to ht '
Ire'.-r.nt and enter th.-ir objhtions.
**tc.. at this tinmn
It is the ali-h of tIt' ordina.i' corn

mnittee. as well as
tain an expretsilon



a ti 'r4 I a. -14 MIt (Null-4

~.e: ui'' I,v l ". m lI inl -cr'l i t(l e the'
Ve 4111.0,, '4 rltLIle vId ati'ije4; ri anity
I.. ~ io vk -~t~ en kn %% n Qymfpl) 4 I age
"ttTov b''.'t :t1b fWIC iaI
4'!T~t, 4Alwayi taty t V' Fnucm'. manu -
fai'turv.I by tlh ('Alformah Fis Syrup Co.,
wdy. and fow roal by all Duandig ktna


Unusually Interesteng Meetirg at
Home of Mrs. W. L. Hill.
An unusually lintere'-tiaI and ilrofit
:1lle' nae-ting of the' TaIilitleth t(.in-
tury Club *1a hbeld at Ithe re'lidence
of .Mrs W LI Hill on the lHlh In.t
After the usual buzl.ness of the
hour had twh' n tran.pa tetd. in m liich
several inirrtanlt ulij.-h t a re' dii

the council, to ob- cutsse'd and dil.-,i'ed c:f. thel hterar'v
of ciitircn In this pr ,rii. a t.iken'i u il 'rc'lred'e-d hi

matter, and the opportunity will hI'
iffurd.d them tonigiit


Case of Emanuel Johnson. for Selling
Liquor, Was Continued.
There was a hrlef but interesting
.easlion of Mayr Da.vi. court NMin
day morning.
lnEanuel Johnson. the- (olored man
who was arrested h-% Marshal Arniow
Saturday night in the' alleged act of
.seling liquor in violation of th.' law
the officer finding in Ith bhdl:. f1I i
wagon .h'longiing to John-olt, s 'I1
(int. of the- tier. wav.l' r r u hr-n..lht
into court. hnt Ulwili r.-iltia. t ir tth,,
ldeferndant. who explained that heo d,'
sired to crnfer with ;ia ;itton ii.t th'
ca.-" a (.a conthinei'd "ntl l Fri!.a:\ it l
l lohlii~ona was rl t as K on I)hnd
TIlM oi for liftm Iar.



Full line of Palmer

Hammocks just re-

ceived-$1, $1.50,

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

General Agents for

F. W. Devoe's Paint

- wears longer,


farther, spreads easier

than any other paint

on the market today.

See our show window

display of Draper &

Ilaynard Base Ball




re. i,ore.'p" t,, th *,,'rol r ll ,Ias iCia31
The. quiltation.t 4 airt.r tfrcti thel wni
ings of Thomas Nel. on I'.i, as the
subject for the afterinotn study was-
*Tl.'. Soutli li .l nwri' .i1; ..i. r o -:,'
As MrI. L. C Smnilth. the, e\iel,-lud
leader. was unavoidably absent on at

count of the' illness of her mother
.Mrs (Gracy kindly pre~sded.
First on the jprogralm as a Iipijan
solo hby Miss V'idal. It is unnecelssar\
to say that she' charnietd her audi0n.i,
hi her Iwautiful twtltlions
Second. al interesting reading i h
Mrs 1. C Lnch. followed byh Mr-
\\W 1 Iale oin "The South'. Iite1lie-c
tIa l Expression by Prof Edwin
Third. Recitation biy Mi> Ih1lle'
S.adlle. "l tre''r Itllhhita I 'In le
Relnmui M lls Sadller always lettnds a
charm to any entlerltainmcint that she,
honors with her presence and her line'
rendition of both prose and o ioetr,
The' ladies' of the club take' this optuyr
tunity to express their appreciation
of her 1lattii faivi ,, l,-1'i'l
Fourth, Piano solo by Mrs. W. F.

Fifth leading 1% Mr. WV .1 th.i
tl>. .l .uls h .li ll. ai .si l ill s \\'ti. ,:;
Si v l ;L hA l \1 'l e ; itlr illI
ll':eti'' et tith *r ;nili,';re.r- -.i i i i.; l
S) i i If t i, i : 1 ,

r r tl- !i I l -i -k ;i
:li Ii |' t ii ,,1' e i r f i f I. .i i ei r is .

. 1 i \\ oi i i ,i I e .1 I i iat
t l I li ,,i 1 t l.,i i i \ ii ,

1 1 ,v i ll 1 fi 1" I 1. 4 1 t1 1

S". ,, i ,,. n P l S .. I l, l ,,i eilE
Ia.l; r- t l. l ti i-: I : Tr' t i 1 l t.

The Lamb Barbecuie.
lr, and I lr- i. n l 1 a, -I Li,
and Iarl. w it-. 4#lt Fr"iil. 1\ i l it h iat

NN..rihitciua i'fn Sgratmw-
e 'cl 'ell 1r-I ~IC~lc a
Aii II i je441. e

% A

.Nre 1.Hat

ii.' I e. .

tj l t '

I I I I It I sill q ( () 1. II ( I 11

Vire program.
m El. r ufnaI actedI a% mI tIr :tw

ia.'r lti'ingK IM'se'ss.'d of a strong .
e le':ir .okea. h a' 1s i,.';pt Is tdl'teskwc1
fis dt and re' titacte'- bm of to hevimic
~ arious nIvatl~e~rT on the' lireegratli
ThRE c. vr'lse'.' opini *iith a a nuri-
cal r.-lmt- its it **r Mic's XiitleaIbiv man'l

nhvr clhinrch cirgamtui-. hich i as a ol
4-1-:k ide tv. h,- fe leca a inrcagra4la
hymn -t"All flail the Pow~r of
lI-ap ixc-lude 11%Mi \ Nrle- 4mvl

th e- ch -urchl. Io e 'ret I ii i aieaafil
I oA%% .1111 lo (.el, forge' inb: -nipWalel

"The Young PPelop of Our Church"
W It IMcKinistr
Ii 11131-' Alt for Chripst
A fe'a brief remarks on 'The Soguior
IA'agtit Mrs. IR. E. Illuffioxan.
I h" ot Lonal xe'rci4'*' of the'
Le-agie -- W. I tMKintstr).
-.4ie lal 'eature of Ithe' l.i'agie'
li-e I .iLna Teas.e'-
IPre.-'tatatii jtif Im l'.tg r t i S unnda'
.echeit l h% the Itrig:advM. Miss l'1It
RIoI. anad t ace'eloala.I tii Ii I. Phi
.r. -t)~pi ri Ittitiejelit
Stem. *" W'v Are L.itteI' Seuabo'o-an" -
I.iltIv tM-','Pa I'rke'r naid I1l'Letne
Talk. "JuniariEr orjaort h Lague' -
Mi.- M ('vtra *Fcii-d.

('holyir alel( cnlagretgat 14)1
Talk. ''4), uttiage' l1tl.,scom 4secr-ie't!
MI'SSMary rlecYit
11ev it atliv n it td ( no *s fe.r Chrirst"
W.'il!t IoI. rataite'. ci( the I ricza',c
li c~ a lam ''ee'viet I1.11111e4. ejtk %
g ~ N INc.~ c J 4f t)Y'-v

Smti-l.a Selvewel 'k Tilt, I'lal Il
H ise I ',. I I .1 ( 'a 1 r W ,1."4,i st
'n,, l rt4 i ii .:% wo r.%r,'e'r oeti siitlh
iiii.l' I,'. lice dte.ir alid~~i Ia' lii
niip Is tt h ll, m il w t

The old Mu..&ic Lamet forbele tile use of
p.rkL tn an yfor and wl~uj ru se1.0 bil
irt *jvIt'1'iiii em.I,- ma !. ,.is ite' ra fart h in
I,: A ? .' a 0' 1,e, uI:
Vrs iv,.- ,4 il
i %4I. i ~ I.. ,.,,4L Yi' e ~it V.
4 li a I. '1. 1A..,a i. rita'eoee
ca.,. it 4 a I' to, lil jr. It. U '1.4-d io-All
e, (A IIt- t j I LI.. Ub .A I I Ir* um.,. I III
It &:.,I -. *. V m limv4e 1IA 1-110, 1. gili (.An
I e% a .eu i .81..ill jit ,If lut i r itin.hin
act, 14%1.ur I. .v ra-.t I I slit -)UP q!rto t larc 06"
5'N I. 6 A, Lr .i se.
cann-r i 'ld,)L:1,11r'.tAiAi iihlgrM e ci. ov'-11111141f14
lbis losi ".'. V.'er. :I. hur'al -La yg i Ut~wul
11161 4LOL" U1 L111, ug

I rtttlll l It Ii'
Srun Iromi mc iala



B:,s W.be ae 8


'. 44

4 ~4 ', ,,

4 I I

ll :


fo 6(44ar0 sae oelr tw. I *n**o Ies


)44i e 1.? glib dell~g bet' If

l-. ,i I 'g &* di :,r t.tv -i **1' -t- fi I. C ; ?t I rt I( r t tniri" and
a $ 1 til i r.'' r tiiiii eletwun t clref -an'ohing
it i ,.--. Ili 411:tl~ f,?' acc~ittfigillipth Isenv grwwwl NO'lthet
lis i .il te't '.eks Into' I the r t iii el''a-4 1 lieo-n int Indil lthiin and the
a (h i-'O Atillnientit Istiieh It indneve
Wf1htt.'lo k4t'is doini ttiI-e. the'ran tm.* avrrte'd and corrtctedon ly
it. i i -eitic and lw'e' e I ,ii nalilral mrans.
P4r r t:at,-I h. tt;thy A strinc antl Ke4i)It 1 %11.-t1190 this natural
hCAI'cIo 1( l h arantet aa1 m.anR It wrforms the stomlahS
sound anti atti'' brain work tor It -just as the sl tooa
The mAn with a eortl ti stc'rnarh iloisdit perform 1l--while the ato
-a tomnarch that iA doiln for thou ech taltes a littletrest. "for the
tody )ust *hAt NAture Intqnfle'd stomach. sake."
it 4t, dtv- is the man who I otalways: 1 G04Wm
propa rlid for any emergency. 14H rl"f byour d 4 o, ted% sa d yAa" as
Is th.r with the gwods." tar knoitr. Them art eI hays uWi lb
The man with a sick stomach. iitaiC i'i' "ntesta of tho Otiholfyt% If
ho-twall m. Il" it bat yo Slome Yo
a man sick all over. When the Ot sll g b 0149t bel
stomach io Irritated by undigested iw unIrufmi liu moeywithes"
fond. the blood and heart are di. 11005Or 46w. WOt 4@*p ay me
k" 4 tw U00 be. eil. s Ir= M I
vertly aIrerted. The dameas.111 3d IrugaIftIhunwI hbeWgo"g isgoos
natural asIuIpess. slck-bli hes. This.e4. appliees t e bomb
vrwtigo and fainting spells. and &0d to but ~to i a fam ily :z
even serious brain treable develop. "at b.ogime2%. -M
Rodol will preveut thbe. Kodol In prespas Mdth *a bai
ertng th stoah nd brain torles of IL C. DeWitt & C b.Ciu




The growth of this Bank is prod con-

clusive that its business is being con-

ducted in a manner highly satisfactory

to its thousand patrons. We would

appreciate someof your business. : :



IF mow- r 14P v OF W

I ~tNeet have no terror.* for you. Putting
Izllley away sioley is illu nrane sainst
ldv'trsity. Noi one houlht be without
tlhii ?pruttitioli. We invite you to make







For ___

Address .
Thlir ('I,.l l mi l ayr rw t at Tc. L u 1 tun e ',,i o r at *ith*ir ,of t(i 'I. m -w.
noe-dl with tlU- w troo t. NOT OO)D AFTER MAY ;11, 19M
- -._ ____[__ __



Groceries G.rain

II I> 111 p : .1\1i : ()N I.
No Order Too Large
kit Phass 215 ESILE. FMlIIM


Ah. MR. Alft .91. .0. ggift Alkh gbk Ah. gift dbkdbhAdl
qw Imp-

r -V-. -T-. -T-. -W -T T W T W v T T-
JL A A- -A- AL JL -A- AL -A- -A- A- -A- & -A- A

t j (,- (.- at't LA


PF mw



W-m.h .

lassmo --me

aa IL & S .saad
1(1 OW L amm- M

S- Is mm mek
as". ft nma

brL, Clrr ffi Ost Bbs dmy. m
6016-60- 6VMM 9L rdg moot%*-si. aq Ib
bWI W, at5 mr 4 .hu
'-~ b 5- apimmg% 9.I~y aLS
spo*Mpoahe O vg Weaks-41V to

t- MISSION m .eeeafuta a

-- -as""QW64t
ao k& .m
800 muds SkamOes a&
Us aos hft M toas t ag. lfet,
sum-I .A ~yaufty &ad

99 -r a- h
"Wam% bat, ad d win b toe

IONI P~am ssa Pol of a w V~
sboma hbewo me m -4s adyagi.

--- -.1 bad e
~~r,-~ne o~~s~. mm 1~ to in
f986DO ad ON h

5- Yuiuie a tS01 Wi aLtASIn
I- Worla the Uepuh.

he -^ Smsi has be
Ase wYfeI tho the ete
me hsM SVs.oe"1001bf

st gL a a %* bm snva

ae m u iatsr =
I ns leibai idy dWa

41 fsM a"" be mmui

am Peopl e we os burs b-
IM&.. saw iYo of M The kah
a Ing Owns OWN 6W ta few stat trus
N W at dw por bo f rl sbat. in

,41o19 a101ppeed to souty 0i
Vi olas a nd h the billfw the
wooes no tha sew amity o Pfl as
m -e pp 00meo te.y hope for
ft dhl the n IMmat t bnmuh lb.t
~t tbsmoer Meuslie..

S sm sam adoaptle by
Ser enI the tImspa Churc at
UMw Tabson lnod aw the oeicial
diemm inked hn gWr a Ik a gntu
mins t-oI that ItltutiA audM
WE be the meNNW"of awg an aMne
vue eVON mero promsleawat W aseds-

T tatal number of Immigrats Into
the oatry slace ISM. the year of
rwilet record. exceeds 26.000.000 In
10. the date of the last census, the
tal number of persoas of foreign
Irth tlving I the country was 10.-
4000 which was 13.7 per cent of
te total populatlo., while In lh0w
tWy formed 14.8 per ct t.

There may be a lght over the Jack-
-aville charter bill before It is pass-
a4 by the Legislature. Some of the
"Jeoous Jax" polittlcans are very
mam opoed to the commisaloa plan
t government embodied In the bill
ld At Is probable that they will
'be hard" at Tallahassee before Anal
dpealltim Is made of the matter.

The Jj th e case of WUliam Ad-
sr. presidaMt of the defunct State
Natltoal BSak. who was charged to
thi Unteod tato cout at New Or-
I- wMth mat-alylai the funds of
ie beak, Friay bMrouht la a verdict
at gflty. e t detmmts against Ader
embraced 84 eount, uad charged him
vt misapplyig. embosalig and ab
strati of the fun t bak to the
amoat of ore than a half million
deaL. He was found guilt) on the.
nabts which charge misapplication

Announcement is made that tha.
American Red Cross is lpreariu for a
ulique exhibition ln hWahbliigitol it,
Itetr panl of Ibl month. hbcn t*t,
ala hundred odd designs for a ('hri i
MLa Salasp. to be u.d neat w lll. I
duirtg the hullida), ll be |ilas ed *n
display. several designs l as I.*re
received from Honululu and an a" ",
elate committee of artist ill IIN .
as the delgas sad seard the ca ,
prias of $100.. $W and I' A ). 't
ago the sale of the stamps u-ettd
the Red Cross 1l:t~I ".


Chortw n. Pepper. the special
"Igt who has bIem tavetlitInlne S.
uat a Se to mrnpw. has made a
repu to the f irmes of MaNnarctr
e of Mte rbpartme t of Commerce
sad latbr whicl enesttute an Im
pnetant emNtribltie to rlrent dil
euasinn of the proposed Inrowme ta
Mr. Pepper says that for th. floral
year which m ded Marrh .1. I1 the
reVlnule from thie Inrlnm, tax ItI
Itro-nt Itritain ianY $11, '. Iw" -1 1"' '"
tax In It9t wa s the rre- te' -;tlk.
pourre of revanie. PE*, oltsini the 'tx
Wcle Impost ts ~ (1St.;. Isn andl th,
castnom rloelptu hiv ?" r~,IWa.onf In
enres under $1si o are. eri'mlt from
sta. and gr idinted abate-ninte ar,.
allowed on inronme .let o,% n $,oi and

In this very inte'rasttng report Mr
Pcr'er analyses the varit',ms oircvrer
tron which the tax I1 drawn and
shows that the principal lourcer comn.s
under the group of business and pro-
feqtotos and particular propertle.
suhe as railways. a nals and mines.
and foreln and colonial Mmuritles.
Ma the next leadlal Kource of reve.
S Ia Isea prolts from the owner-
ablp Of h nms and lands.


New Ord0 of TMl ge- s-tt re-
Jciee that the red bd eliars and
leg-a tlve bOse have completely lost
at ias Tlabmme. ad that a few
mottas pAl a ena't have their way
as they ies di daurta the law-
aming mama. Hurrah for the cor-
aUM bsor-Martmaa Time-Couerer.

eppgh-eLelaf -it is regret-
tobid MI m holngt the oafre c
re tatve of the people. to which
a diaty Is supposed to attach.
mhM ao far forget their position
a to egg- in a game of lsticul.
The tate at lare will cooclud that
Ia asletlig representatives the codn-
ty of Volusia made one or more
mlatakel.-LLkeland News.

Make ft Thmeroh-The report of
eo alttee of the Legislature showo
that railroad passes were issued to
certain State and Federal officials.
The fact that the phases were Issued
Ia preunmptve evidence that they
were used, but It In not complete
ov*Tdee to that effect. The issuance
of a railroad pass In the name of a
public official i anot a criminal mat
ter on the offtcia's part. He may
know nothing about It. It is a pret-
ty logical conclusion. however, that
the official used the pass If It wa.
oritglally issued. and tltat being the
ase the Iegislature should now pro,
ceed to ascertain whether or not
these phases were used.-Pensactia

Much discussion Ir rei>,ertt1d (o ha\te
been going on in the' na y as to the-
advibal4tl ofv f enaltiiK all'on' rhanie"-
in tlihe Isthods of ( ontduc'tilK C('all
ta'ens on board hip TtI'* ie, i ti
arm a irtuall -s.ill hblorcs m hi-r.- e n
listed nrmn mav buy co'rtain article!,
of uoe. and the' t.ugrgIstiont is Inad.i
that the (iGovTernumnt buay out the Ipre'
eat canteen stocks alnid Ilirt e thlern
on a Arai and Iuaintl s likk.e tn.-i
lHeretofore naval c'aiiAes I as hate.- Ih.e i
run on much the sa ,ei' lian as thh.
company foutd in the army 'ti'er-
the arrangenient pril ir>o.-ted the can
teen would be conducted ilke armn
post-exchanges and would be under
the lay r icer of a v'e.sel. who
would replenish the stocks from the"
most reasonable markets In this
way the variety and' quality of the'
stocks of goods carried would be in
creased. and tbe profit would be dia
buried for the benefit of the men for
whom the cantlena are maintained

There IM more catarrh in this ste
tion of the country that all other dto
ea**es sut toweiber, and until the last
few )e'arls mas ullppo)edl to I)*e Itlncur
able For a t reat man iu .ars Juet
torIs plro(ounsclld it a Ih-al die'ate;1 ailnd
by coustaully f.itlllll to ('urT' %liltI l
cal Ircneaintut. piroinoutrnrc d it Ilincii
able Sk-.'ial'e has I rotc, i caltrl h
to b"' a colnllitutionaul allti,*-,1 amil
Ihereforte re qutlr e c'taii It iis I(oi.l l( I tt
lws.llt lllaP ('atarrh ('eu ei us.aiiif.t
turned lh) F J ('hl'hry & t' Tol. .Tl, d.
()hi. is the ,eIml) c(' ir tinii in;il c' .r,
cals the iiia rkel It i- tL, ki Iril Il rnill ,
' I doe '< -' hi )l i n l Ie dr i|' i, 4. I'-.t-i'*,to
f~l It ai-&t directl) tlon the< hli.id ai.l
moucoius -urfte uh tf he rs &isi Ths T.
tifer oe te hinitld dllar- for san
ica'i It fall, to curt-e inte for rie ai
larm atd Itrlllimouilala Address.
I I J t'HK1:NEY & (I1), Tolt.di i)
Sold by druggisls. 75c
Take Ifalla 'amll) jilli, ftr taii,
, tlat ttl>u .


After iu'rrmolin the' nitt.on Itra"-
rest off jiodgme',t In the niaal tler".
rases .IgadAes Rhel1e-aard timjuvoo we-n
terEP3~ ulrnn fit.. tie fndunt' reew~i 'e'et
itoter "'~lh'~lom qf Ihe'ae CI iiINI'i I~t'd
In lhinnom c 14 l t that tuocallto-l wfe
(Intit I' tro ?4h stf hairniA-1 t he

1w1rvl aalr It. a'ts .4r ch thirm imaa ne
\a' mlI #f4tires (elfitt I thr. %,it. nic it,

:It jail alid *V.,.oesJill#..
V-.-1,I1' l A \ mab oir.. w. .tit .-







r.4inii .ii i prro 1. i,- v
iin r i n \ ;' l a t tr 8i.'1 1 .
.' ,.l tire.
I. V i M o.'r% e. l 1', lr,'e idvl ,t of t'i,
kli. rli an. .anld r'-oiieiit t I I .' N a
'inal T*rniA-l 4 rItllion .nmd T rminialR
"m'niin tlhir,.c. ulmoniths in jall .aniid
;. *'*'e lit,..
,.orx r 'ork. tr.rasaurer of th Anmerlcmit ;Na\
I Store( Conlmiian. $(.b.ew flnt
Carl Moller. of .Jackson tille. Fhl:
Kgent of the Amerlcan and aren, r.il
ianagrer of the, National Tranlkrt, a
on and Terminal Company in Ja:'k
invill.e. f.'..4041 fine
The ca 'e will be appealed to the
nlted States Circuit (Cort of Ap
nals as moon as the hill of exceptions
an be prepared and certlAed to. In
W meantime a motion for a new trial
ill be made before Judge Sheppard.


Mr. Roosevelt is not using the ca-
e. It is more than a dollar a word.
A .".

-AUtU 15 ill&CUaUtI.

"The majority is bad." said an an
cleat lawgiver. It is. for the defeated
candidate.-Tampa Tribune.

The easy chair has ruined many a
man. say a Western exchange. Yesa
and the folding bed. too.-Atlanta
Atlanta is advertising Blushing
Florida peaches. Perfectly iatu.rjl
that a Florida peach should blu.h to
be caught in Atlanta.-Times-I'nlon.

According to a statistical abstract
of the United States to be I sued in
a few days by the Ilureau of Statistics
of the Department of Commerce and
Iabor, about one-third of the eighty-
eight million population of the United
States. Including Alaska. live in th,
thirteen original States, another third
live In the States created from the'
territory c-rde-d to the U'nlon hv the'
original States. and the remaining
third on the area added by purchase
or annexation

The Triburne ha:t nmade' a hard fight
fte- lu.ic im roti e\mI enti in T:.nai';
.nld If the Iond is-ue' is carried In
the elect t l:n to(:av South F'lriit'-
gre t,.ry

Keep your eye on the want adl
There anny be .-,nL..*thing ad'e tiLe'-
which tI of lntere.%t to you.

--- -

tI the Oeilr Prteble Way et avtlI
Am ineeetse C('e.
If you ee a womna:. or a man with laz-
uriint glotsy h.air )'U n..ty be sure nel-
th.r haa dandruff to .aiir unt to nlthilng
In nearly every ca; r. whrre worn and
mn have thin brittle hair. they owe it
t" il:tndruff. Tertr art, hundred da ,of nrep-
aratlrns that "cl.A)m" t., ir' dandruff.
b'.t not one but Newri,.'sa IIllrT-I.-l tk!ls
you that dandruff is the result of a Iern
burrowtng Into the salp. and that per-
rnanent cure of dandruff and Its c>nte-
quent fallla and baldnes.. cAn only bo%
had by killing the germ: and there is tno
other preparation that will destroy that
germ but Newbro's Htrpilide "*eltroy
the cause. and you remove the ffrect "
Bold by leadlIg druggtts. Send ec. Ia'
Stamps for rample to The Herpicde Co..
Detroit Meih.
J. 8. Hodiford & Co. Special Agents

t b H14.6 40 '. r .1> i .1
-.sw p *, h&1. -* .I

I cuc t Ao a M r
S -. I4... I L, 1

t ad Inn et P', t Ii ttc .at

r.*l *> t* "-a. *
"'O a e ALL iOua I-

WAaereC .tok.,a C%

JI .
.,, f u ,:
i, .~.


Leave Gaine
cal poii

Returning, an

Leave Gaines
Lake C

Returning, an

A. L Glass,

I i .
1 i

1. a. m.
.JI p. ew

a. l a *.
1 1 I4S p. m.
47L m.

Snow Liniment

Poitively Curve
Rbl matiun,4 ---I *-r LAMM
Bt Old SoroWoimds,
Sprains, Bru.ses, etc.
(ivoe it a Tn.t And be Convinced.
Thr-e Sae'q, Pr::. 25, 50c and : 1.00
1.ICS CF. SL*,Proarftfor.
.T. L(.aJIj SSOIem.
"'-'I-I nred I0 mmfl1@d bV

b&. J oN)ELbr OIcjl4

& Jacksoonville Rail y

EFFECTIVE DEC. 1,9 1908.

ville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
it8 South ....................... 10:10 a m

rive Gainesville .................

ville for Sampson
'ity, Valdosta, and

City, Palatka,
all points North

ive Gainesville ................

Cos. supt.

4:25 p u

6:00 pru

9:30 p r

L E. Barker, Traffic Ir'r

1'etl and 5fortkuwest. 4%

I'ci' iiiiJ So'ti Atlantic Limirited

lAv. I (; % .

As. 'A

Ar. (Ch tesn. ., e
Ar % ti% il,
Ar. %t I oums
Ar. F% &us% ile
Ar. Terre Haute
Ar Chwaeao
Ar. Kenswille
A. Cochvin
*r. Rhmonmd
Ar. PNris
4r le~anreean
Ar C tif since
I.r 1, ., ."l
r I Al

C i.~.-' 1L

nest ilay lit..Jae'LmaaeiI...-.. a:.'.'. a, '. a I .

.a* AfAfAfAfse AtAssAft aA


C-' A

C &I I


.. I.
I~~ '~ I.. ~ ::

0A06d66AAg kas AfC a







t!OPD;#*.. % M Y 17

la .... ....~lc
: (~,;k...... ....
I : '. 11('(, a .. i\,la nel .I t

ZpecbaITramuWil Lem seakmwl I 0
'IA k t I t I ed t .rr lay1 .'I, U
~. 'I~ i.~ .Alt'N .1 lI, Aut. li I'moie.. Agent

______~ _I


oL b" m U--M ES
AU vki fv Ue

Write for Pricw, Termlr, Ftc.

LR. U & CO.
204 West Bay St.
W. L. DENHAM, Agint

-- -

Tk hae lm vlsf


- ---- -



ge a#

--- '~~ ~n~Ccr ~,

lwp -- -.-- -.


STILL ON nf nWith a LAW Irck?
SIme O IMVof r Nrac tao mw.'o

11P 1% v-p 4,1% v OPa ,9p1

'Pe )C P,
9% ,

.9 l'p,4 9
.4t% A'9.

LAMOR %LltMmrmsr (r ,nMA%%ePft
meCoOkID PAIt I(r* r Atk

and A 9 ,

L( -", c ,

9...c 9.I .,.
".9*99 k .. a t. i.

*1 r ,

4. .9~

"' b~t~ ~ *~'I' *' "'

94 9 s'T l%' .


t I

* ri I ; r., ,. : ,,. .

' a *i H J.II 9 \. ;f
f 1 .. '* f ,i 9 .
(;n) inr .\ ll1 v 11 r \ ,i j .', .
fluritng 1 h Otir. i!:IIIi. FIt In i
InVtirorate l tir' -.ri't .1 1. TI I '
with tho' re'stlt that r. i itate. tr:i-
Ift r ari' Iw.int cflntitiml .iir 'l r'-eirdiel-
The following is ; lia t oif rtc'.nt
tran-fer a-t taken from the, rec'r.tl.
In the office of Clerk of the Court
8. H. Wienle
United Iand and lo.'\elopmment ('*,
to T I) FiUt'h. .1 II Satanl. .:il
wife to Medlin iros K E Cannot.
et aL to Jessie E. Patton. G(eorlt.tian
Harris to 0 A. Porter. A O Tod-
castle to City of (ain'esille: A. O
Steenburr and wife to Geo McC.(slin:
A f lR*Q'-hirr and wife to' .1 II
Emerson P. G. Rams.cy (shrriff' tt
P. H. Smith S It. Torln Adnm .and
others, to G. A Hollowav: SildnT.'
Ilroomen and wife to K It Godwin.
W. W Hampton. Jr. to F A. Iay.
J. F McKln-try. Sr. and wife to City
of Gaines-ille.; A. NI White and lf.,
to I rayton Ae-ra, Jim Dalls to T
M. Kincaid. Mlargarn t M Ilarr. t,
Jim I)a'\i. Julia K M1a--. and hui-
hand to aMnni.,.T;uk r. F Pr F'rn.
to T. Futch Ant ,. Y in' i t,
P. Rarm n I I. I. >1i.,1 h. rt(\ t F
R Curti '. C l \) t-, % F lh ;:i
Ah itr- ct nat I I1 l. ('0! % i, 1>) 1 i

nilt.. Opel-.ef A:rK- L'

'II It S 1*,



W iii 1,\ 'illini ,,i T '1

titir hi. t.eI.. -W 11

It ,ut 0 4-1 1 ic -k,
ofi 1 1 1.!t V .loki! i.
:n(T( H)'Z2:!32/~i~ 2., I .' t

rrvi.iri thi- tviener'n
4etftr In tiIts ; jwr mo14I
send *ovar Idres to
Dr. kiltiocir &( Co mom k- .,~
Nmghamte'nV. The wv-tl'r tft4-rt
ana oc-iiola we lkkt'.tles arv mild liv
all druglsts. IDoe' make ativ mistake
but trmcmlicr the nmne, S. wamp-l't.
Dr. Kilmer's SlwauRIMooat. ta the ad-
drew ftaugbamlu m am y betb
h,. T. V Gondril to C. 0 Ro~bhts
J .1 flonaldson it) H I\Kdd%. E
lb lick.. ii i I Wiathrui',I I V II
8"l to, A J P'arkcr


Ind r and bitd ,%' urtuq, of an ord I -r
and tit.crt' v made .itkit'titt-red Il hi the
Judgt tIc the- ('Cin it ('Court of tht
Eighth JudI kcial C'ircuiit oif FlIrila. iii
and for Akitahuak s'oua1it t. iin C'hamai-i.%
'fat-d Ma % 11:h. V ow. tita a c t~,ianil
camtthcrvinua I. ndinx %he lA O 11 F
Martina 'ii a'naiwiait ;,,aIleiid AM

?'fr.tho. coIrt t'~. diwor at

'.i~ajrF1-11!0a. tI. n 'ell *ill,- 91 1h k-.
.9 it
l j 4 e tall y u ':..r I i, i i ;t ,!i. thd-

9. .vi l i l-r N

1 N';

I'. I~ \WY e U. ~' .

i.. 1.19
.1 i

* K !


A 1

. ii ,9

* b 'i
' L 99 99

I I,

Va3.9l Regrets.
'Th 11 t,,,% i rI v to Lu 9is rim lt aidi

4NV4,* La 11 A.tt
he Ws eIturllne my r wife
lIi'ic 1'.'rI i nret her If I e hbd hAd
a little m9'tn u-r4umw and ernerg B t
wat.ol` th, us of talking abnmt It
now 'ICleveland M'laln Ilomler
WiHat Rules the W0rld.
When Snlcon caused the aaft of
hi sdu'd omwldiers to, In Inscrird on the
face of.t rmJv% pillm. some ono crit
k-bwd the mutI A%*-i natre tilt of Imarli
natl'n -Ttaa I tnrue." replied Na
puiefrl~.. bt Ivaaginmtki r rltes the
Allad'' At~ntle

the U : 't L h i Ci ..it-1 "11'*rill
f, Y h trv. l -~'? thb4e v


r *-.. .j'e -[- h


No Remedy for Stomch Distress and
Indigestion So Perfect.
A -c ionti fle r, .i'ri III aim for dt-l''

of *i. 4.1la-wtt'& 4 iure ., thrim&1.icho

Th r'k 111 4 110 t.. '. t ILI1! 1h 4 1t1"t.I ',ii

az:z %IrC... I
i1:111 (. C .1 t 41 111 1 f II '. I I II %II

V'tr I it Ti 1 :,

-l~ .' II: I 't i ii C


4 9, 9t *I9,


The Kind Ynu Mawr

AIwMyj3 oughll

'* Thtr< ^li^ a


Nvrwio No Thirhtn (tv
11 '- AiW I !or -at 1 Cc(n'4M IIInI lTr
(b4uuai.!4rpfw tun 'q '1ijalI

-n -

twos 4 LOss Oi 113P.



DUil lT3 I LIU



Thirty Years


uuuuuuuuuum T T

-bpo t Iid ftbull d-

Tk Ffft Mind hW f La"k
At ChIn ml hof ir t*28,

I '4AI 9. $l

*1A l Fi tnrv-w


71 o
$y;;'.l i 20

Capital tsctk, aroi-1
awl V..livi1RI Pro-
Cimllating o0 ,tU4) 'W
lhjwt..it,' .. *ilM43 !2
S.1! ,tIi Al

C'lowU fitj el 'I (at jI
I. I, Wt Me 4 It 4. ('ai-laser 4, ttw h Ieveia-nailB aIask. il *ifnly
9IV I :1te 1 s4'.~ -eiv~ist i.ta Ini t. ~to O,111-u4 of lany a'wsisI
S~i..V~l. 1 .1911 i, t)I- len' usehit" t114 .' fla*iy .44 April, 1WOOC.
J S. F%,.%,4, Notary Puoic.
I *ri I- I it. (,, IA1 1.1. BV lfibi, J. W HishoilI% "toM

9- :99 2'

j Puo )I. V 1 I.49.

IH.(II j~~~c '

K, r

1.9 I ..
C I. *. 9
. .4! 1.

i sl,\l in' "

I. 99

I:. .&fe

t' ii 1': 1, .tll1 I.% III, -



i(--hie 1-y~oI'l! Ni-UltlAmur-

L!, W 4 ia'.~o A .1 itI I--

-401 MClIA :

Gainesvill 3Fumritu Co.
Suuartl ts
Mm" ~Fmiiip

.1 Ii'
I~ I I Il


liit- I) C I cr ;.s1L

ba I .,l lt n i t l it ti .1e I :1
11.11 h It t ah-, In lame. 119.911 w 11 I iqitt it I.
Ie'to l 941 -n I ui,-!t'119r %% 1, ; iI

'. *' 2,
99.1:1 .9.

Foi- COLDS and GR'P
Cii K-i'l,1I)INE 1I- t;e lt1
d%. r-.1;. 9:
93.2~ ~ 19 'i i 1 ..i

liii ~ ~ :
St ufvI


hi. ... I

9' I
* 1 1 9 .

9 ,r 9

. 1
1 1 1


4! 9. .1 9f 9

9.94 1 9 99 9 999
IT .' ,\ .

I -9
.3? .1 e .411



''1' r. 2

lniitg l l .uti h .a r 1ni. Ik.tl pro t, ..
t 119 1 1'.4
,Ait .11 ,,i t,- f.r L. ra:z l I The 1Isq Distance System
.It .1 \\ ".I* *' l l ',, L(,I .it
One of the noet valuable featuWr operatIng I vartoeus meotlo of
Sof our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform, i their equp
to the public generally. I our oones- morA id in thor methods of eopr
tion with the otensive long dis ltnc atln.
APIISM M) am Telegraph Conpany and the other ar.rngemat betwen thei @1 Te
"u, -,I.-r 'ii''. V, h .1J ciatd Ol**it Telephone copanei. 11 ph1 a SmenPi111 is it p" Me to go *
t .I1 1' ti lt.t. 1 A ll Ink
'. i .:., .. .ru, We own thousands of miles f*ong a Bell Telephone almst anywhe~
distance lines In the seven States In ask for "Lone Distance" and be put l
n___Iwhich we operate and in addition can Coomnunicatien with almeot any palat
Connect any telephone in our system in the country.
ST I" I (I l with lines extenoang to any other city This vast network of wires, redig
wrIril In 'i::h a re:l Tc'!phone system is ing throughout the naties, Ito se@
op 4dt daily in commrcme and for social pun
I ee lor' dlesto,,t ...*,* are of the po* by the banker, the l.,mer .Ind
DAuVIS OLIV ER -c t n r and improved construc- citiaene in all walks of 'ife and ou
U V OG I tl( Ire maintaineld at a high plant h1er ai an Important link in thi
Sa t F .,-irncy. The bell syste t. great salL.

-- I 0



aM All Teams

- 9 9,1.-

.0! '.i .

9 Ii, -

Davis & Oliver



For Over

A Partins. of ?erh&iq imea Wi Is App i k A


t1.. ..* 1 .

tie u a1. srr'.le % i'h
t.I. al1.1 :1a.e1 9I 3, 9
ure : .4 1 4.i.'- ?.st. i:i
4.1011 1, i-Ia.. .% .1 a.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

EfkfI M u.iN. h. .Ilm ib

-_ __ _


__ ____ ______ ___

~-(prrrrrrrrrrrrrr~~r ~~AAI

v A v v v v v- T v

- -Il.-;f-..~ .I_;s; ----

hk Adlb ddkh mdlhk Afth AAh Adbb adkh A gdb gdb d db, d AMh ft,
: mw low


I 11 t l .- t

" 0

' I 'p. !.' '

* 1 .



I 1


'' '

c;rl l I,~I.~ 1 11*11 it withltl ly

('Cllt i A MOP- M14 ;I11 N.-I"I
w\ll recuivv a ;

tefri Noll SIM OAI?40M#I#P. FLOR111%. MV lp, livo

S 4.rr

prroltt 4 4 Ilene%% 41

1is,,0 1 .. %r 0toA I I N

fee" 9%0 -.-~ 1 44.4 0. .04010 4 go

- th4 f lfsju'A Ies I I9 Ota
#Sm011 tl a I..' "h to.o
f~toovivefte fee it

Ph l 1 1 0S h i e t i .' I s f

OfW"tto twmpt I -
4141PONVrh l It I t I-tt
liev-, ft,, ft

two *$''it" high g#-vote 1f'-I -of
lo w r~t le.e sh'A t st .'f to 6f t..
#4 ttho g o ivo 11~.11 1f or.9 9 I! h to, **.
IM ivte mmal 1te t"I loorl~ .5. ~ ~
pse meb towpmn's'mtst t~~t ~
MS I"Illo" millefo InStweing nm ,,4qutI
book 1110'"4404 to to-r"WA it'tuso 1-
of W frks"em with *9a. qt o Ihlit"
-I W PatU torms~tsei t IOfan a" h.
OW. 1`1004110% pah WIF t-plov. so 0
PRO sK ld tbp fmp"Mmost As w toS
GNUWO aboe .tu utbusepofrIhoiv hewalf.'
m b 0 a0 bedWis, "oftmterthor to.
OW so ld moblassprsefirimbeAthief
I". smelbw' ego thewater sod 1W
am Wkm f" fvuee tos pueffe tbw.O
*ft wT he pd fit*

A Lm"g Sesson
10tso Siam .emditu mof asp!rhiht
tkm has *01,1woi9 ft Divw Thisk
of boriages methieg Is yewtar temih
go ao am ypmtaw "as mopflimmat.
b4emhi theb o ales haev,,e worms
--mayb e eafi km b tooIet thw a t

Yummp It expehmls arm mmd
ft a ar a"ftPa the be*. iRon35

ke r W. N.Isubmm

a Wa ft 1" Imb~u Ln

dudw ft an pm to j kesm

Cn adhMpU

sabama Building, FdAIst Maio

8W*M, North.

Phone .51

'Els K.Nrtoe
ktI I~


aid PIduo Fruis .,

rmu 4~ wrr arn

Tmr d Rhile
T mW le-b-m-

Wik UumORsL.
fteiwpms' A"dm:
Em. Pren Paano('o- UAINRKVIIL&
LAW&sn a tHab F lA.

I r 5 I

5 .

ra, At As a W W CVIititi flain..it

ran Coiketilt W 11 iJhcihsms

SmperulhmReghtrmdam I C. Me
jrva~. flahwovilk
t'oumtA t'aumiasioa,'s' John "1
4emloww. (Naimeml. IINMO. J V
1,wassd. Camopvlli; J.W mae
Arerw. Ckm. W. Ssmanr.. Trietne.
J. P. Came"o.. ( IGalmeoi
Members ehee aud -R.ft It
Weeks. Cbsirma. Hawtbelra; J W
1ealy. LCrems; O W. Miller.

Wt. Smearo-HI. K. MeCresy.
Member Homee-fyd L Cater.
JaIm.eville; T. A. Doke. Usata ..

Ch Odsr,:
-Ypr-Hormilo Davl.
MarasbsIB. T. Armow.
Tax Amsessor- W M. Itradford
Tax Colietor-T. H. Eill. Sr.
Clert kad Treasurer- J. Maxey Dell
City Attornc)-k. K OsIrtt
Hoard of Aidertn-4 ;. K. Itr*imiv.
I'reshdni. H. J. Iturnett. I I. 1'hlif.r.
H. S. Oraves. V. A ('oleloigh. w. r
POuhd. J A. Goodwin.
Hoard of Public Works-H. kX Tay
ior. Chalrms; W. W. Haimpto. secrm
,Mry H. 1P. DuUaUo. K9J. Bird. 3. 1i



1kKhid YI'mI alvAp q1
Dear ~s,
Mlmatur. ct C7Be;Z

Ilong lWfu re. his namP Wals known
outauh. hhis native country ()Ii eriirmu-
w.'Il l %t omasking one of bin n auultAhi
rsmvwchus In tMe hims%- sof toujitmu.it
IA-flt I Ijl;:' aukifl lasujitoun U bi I e
"am. .t111ius Iapto In replled. *I vir i
t ist. siii s i. i. a liri*: s tl C.,.
0!1 -) fh5 I'sll + msi No-% s r %i. t,4 it:,
iri lit I moossir" ..nI ietel.% fu l I si 441

A Me .,t s4 I tii! re i wI i clrkat Li1le la 111%
w t) %-. ~an I prs';iClrliliv, %, AIltita
Ilt45.* nllr liii'A l it Is..?slth t i a ie sriu l
u- it' i i t he lt illtastit siurh

%'f itr114,1 114-'A 3m iit toll''IN44I;I
e --m 1s1l6a Akt n'l m..i ,
1, 0 ,sits Iima s "iormthal t m III ,
..,o r Ili l tienwu imtilks-TIe.. hitiry .f
O lit' idsssro-Jd d i i% rsiel hieisis s'iiN ilooss's
lit 1 4 rl At lto a he. i4umr

W'hetI-r fwrm cwlds. beat. stunLm:,
,w jLst-Ug troub.... Capudin" vaill
reuitv )uu It'ls Iquld I'll"Ai5 14
Ak 164ta e laa.t rarely Try II lv.
*.,j ..i st -W d rug stason

.1 II.:
Ii:1 II I'



Y Ia o i 'j V I ,i 1 thil~g mt s V It
.&..I .-r, 1L..i t I% tt&. 5Ilutuo

9 I'1,~
51 Isli

r % ? %

, I. I .


7 I I,

7 5 9 i'il Is't t

fill 1 11 01 11 1 it Mili Otft
1111 -1 biij5 a t'tiip oil .1. .9. mt

The Doily Oun.
lire s -v t.' vitt i he s ii. vi sib 14

%4,rl 1.9 a %

so i ra Iibs ra I I it t .6 it. w illot
'...nttb r 4 1 % i i 4'.1
$ no' 141 'arm -stil .cirlli~t hitts mull oilto
.srfl)s'r,.y : :,.o ,it. g i II'. ri
ra %
F hili 40 11 % v wit, va~t ic*,r 0-4 t i I
tlsimp stw~filro,' I1 1, 1,gIssi k ,s''.'n Alma
I%. 1 M1 e I i vlit is ls'.r i Is-rs I.., 4

Veto* at vlnb of less -s. :smustili~- sit,
%4'rlt s, 1 4nt s i l 'fr I .Ii2 li-4 k tii'i v
ult I%*. 194I,9.41411 slltaCnihi'ris nl.4 014
%u4144.x. new hshub ltor ra. ito w4)% i,4.va
There lis imlimit to) thi nioniwror if
e'Isbsi each coimlt-:ta nsam ay cutre
The Semi-Weekly Sun.
SI. o -a' iar` as iit*.ripicit

For a club of Mle one')ear tsubcrl-

There Is no l(imi to the- mitisolr
-of ,10wi si ach citnt-ittarit nsa%%vorueti.

Ors m t ann EAT' reow
--- --Y!- -

The Bread. Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutrit.ous. The
aeast flour, mixed ath pure
rich milk and baked In the
"purity fusotio.' wake our
goods the most delicious It Il
polsiblle to produce

Phone 165. R. T. Schafer. Prop

Oiy White Shoe Repirer i Town

N W I.0 iI lIt.* 'v % is .4 1 t it

il hi T CISIC I~ *
tres Il- t u 1.;'. .11"% Al41.91 a 5r, I, 5 ti,
4'. 1511 a. i. ci i1libmt the r td al ,
t herw- .41-%1- l trIri!
t 0,%%1%i &OW As1l. 11i 4 sIt A's
V.bIIItullr -0111,4Its Mel IA II .4Tretan'tr,.t of
Vbwi% % tpI' baat 5%5ss-vt

'*'i ,. s* *is s ii.~

I I ..

9( *I Si, 4 S 11 *s*5* Ii **5( 0' **

0. I.. Ill' 5tsl/l *.IrP lsl

's Is~( I ta ''I( ). .~

'II I )(

05, .9 ( is~1 *I I 05 1.

te, s'. a 'l~ .9. lists'~
5 ieisi tss~.I. .. I 1 i, I 9.-i~ I
gagI( ess's. s1 .s. I'
istig Im *.( gi *9 *. ..i 9

'I ~ )

2 ien and the


Ey Hrbert Kastuma

Once upon a time there was a fool

hen who sat on a china doorknob for

three weeks expecting to get

The only thing she did get




was ex.

The advertising field is full of

lina doorknob propositions"-ex-

samples of merchants who expect good

newspapers to hatch money out of bad

egg business, or who put sound nest

eggs under the wrons "advertising


There are three principles to fol.

low in an advertising campaign:

First of all, find a business that will

stand advertising; secondly, find the

newspaper that will make the adver-

tising pay; thirdly, give the news-

paper time to pay.

You can't start in to breed dollars

in l'ss time than it takes

to hatch

them any more than you can pull a

len off the nest before she has had a

chance to incubate. In both cases

you simply waste what has been in.

v0t6d. If you stop too soon you

a rotten egg instead

of a

Advertise something out of which

you may reasonably expect returns,

:.:d v.hen you have found what to

that you place

vspaper that can
't delude yourself

nr!iol\b), and don't

newspaper," which



., cock-a-loruming, for

j)i "'r" that is too busy

t ): ilars to strut abtut

p In, wgo)

I ,* I

' I,





will get


S.ur c" ttae caire

"ar liev:



5 I
.. n :

.K .' \ ,T

East Florida Telephone Co
The LI0Iustace' ISyste

leosIp O(Cteel

,Ig, I t', lt.. I
* s~s i L,.i WM*

P4 ** gti tji 'o.i~ w isS9

. a dmmdllllwo.3


U pmm

L"Lrm~l~,, r"r- ~---~-L-- --- -

---- C-- --

Tot likilly of% 14 AINIMI-1111 & ptwihrm NO IN. low


6~ '.6
6 I 6 .6
6 C 6 I

Untlrsity Ciity.

Q .. S


I I I I I f I I % I %.

'' ` I I'

C~ ta


\e Ii

Iu a j

I pI-q

D A l

alil P~oi' e ".A'90 L..rgDustarace
D I I' \ \ \ 4''i* th


it.I' Ini

as what

Ganagville Has:
0n* arthut.
No akmi t.
nFtr botchv-
rour ankai
rour dair.#..
O*9 foundr-
Watt r ork

Ten a joh- 1.iqacit.
S .m ia.

A o l .'
it)-w 1 I rt ;c

~ ~~) t~ 144

t N A I;.-I
s I;I ': o 6% o.,
t tIA t P

Olk0 oYM

(3eooavuiii N&Uoua. a
PIboe 23.

4 JI
LI E K r u

J)oe *over 1)uttom a e Baa".
P kb Sim. GIlr.lO. Fla



.eIN f inAaehua oo.. rLP,
0 1"iha IAayino Illook

AU':'N Al LA A

I AirIB.r il I

IuliS hA*.

Carn wcl ymc~.r Iil pr'pvrsy. (.me
p IrvI rd r.! ar flIrk',F4 ) ph a Ihal.,
triaeki a A nditarnhaaglacradi. t8nd bin
a list of wt.at jou, ..r forasia. 214ft

Av"a4R\t'v Ar iLA%
And '4&a)atet ar I -%u
Hem laimie'. ('oac~nma'eartgn and i~ea
em Pral l'rmae Al.01 tptut-se io prompil
mttended to. I tfet-, ucit door to S4
I"f4A 'wuaaIa. Float"&.
I 14ANa K t 1. A% Ii Thaiw- %.. ilXLL.,l'.I

; LAPK &

F1 1 1- ) 1N (;




fit. ,

alit o I

I Vtw\ I I: .

t ; .4,




AND **********



Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchants ad The

Sun to Citizen of Alachua County!

Each Section Gets a Prize!
Contest to Close August 18, 1909
!0;A I I tla t iall -Io lI -h;ire' alik. ili thie distrilution. I .:hlilnz ki-inrlt houses
l .>\<' j, llll ll Il thi' *li ll;li ,ttIll 1t i >;i\c ) l ll I1 'itlxll Alild lit'
li;u1inel l itig to i i4- t'1lit' o1 f .\harlli. collunty in three t litTereint etlionis?. Thles
Iingre.ssive irmli- ill ii\e qIt, \Vte. for 'atc h lienny "pent with iithem.
Tihe' |lianuI,. will I.* pui rNl:lr a fnm tlhe A. R. Harper Piano C'o., .Iackonville.
lit t 11he\lit t ofi tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respect there-
to will I*, given eaich of thoIe* tiiing.

Sii|Will| *inlice tlhe city antd i uItrlh and li con
ieGaiesijvileC Setm 'il, to a radi, of four miles iii e.ih direction.
The' wiiiuer in this district will we* awarded a HANI SOME DI AMONDl IINO.
Ea .temn a Id $gr ctggg ggA Will compri.- tw rritory frne Fair-
Easten andSot SII I \lian all pintm ast and frl fo-
'li.Ill all pointit .outlih-Waldol, IHawthoru, Ihland ( rove, ('nainpville, .licanlopy,
Lake \ i.%\. Tav.eia a1nds all points along line of T. & .1. Ry. (ONE PIANO.

Western and Northern Sectio
W\\';a \\'il,\. I',-11, N wHl, rry, Jotiwr ville,,
11v this :nra. q I I'1.\lNA .



Will ')1 comrjit'all astatioaue fromt
IlIengm, to Ifiglh springs. Trenton,
Archler mnid all sq'ttleine'wt covered

II. IhI I '.. I-I I I I et a iA l tI .( f.111411 11F
a *~. I, '' II6 1 I I Ir I Itt t ,'

4' I

* .
. 1t1 Iat

Ot 4 1 6 Li
I.'$" ...i

I 4.'. ,

6 *

T-I'- 12



I .. p' I \



, 6 1 $

'i KI


S I ,

A. ,,* 44 9 .

I I f I

l, ;.

Ilk I


How and Where to Get

fair *'4~1% t i aI~ii ,' ha.I t~ IA .
SolX1., At it It the % 1111lcad .'
GalnCezv e Fu'riewrC CC'otopany. Furniture.
Ph'lfi & Met rem C-. C '. tlhnr" and F r' Ii~flt
G.&rtb%-IiHaidr*rc C. C lu ) P4 t.dNJ -.,Avvaie
Mrs F. T. McCotmnnik. N'.,'
W M Johnecti. Drugs ornd Nec'i. aira.
L. C S~i 001. Sol)* avJ c -A.orC Iry
Mrs R %%' v. (.m y G C .y le vd N.t4rs,
S.tundr,% & Ea-tor CLo.VrFCS A Id FrcJ Stuns
C-1, Blic,
I-P b t' F(.s J'

~. I


I l

AmLmL l AIN&Adbk lk Im Ahl IIL AL IM

r r __ _I __J "~ -- -

-1 I ___ _I _Lt-~iL~--- --- I

~~lrslSK~~ ~ARI







Where tes My B eCadt
Itallot It.".'. will Ie. foutid in Lb. .uiabollo
nt'i'ttp t( livthe n.rviatiats IIIthag 'ewto &n4 at mlTb.
sitt 14 ~ .- % ivi' t 4eio-t% 'tvlk'Iarua.'u to--Tb. Seted
it, if .ti\lmiz Ctovitept ii-paginiul of Theld ".

Rules and Regulations
1 'Ia''Its, t 1.,-I s 4 L ) o1'0. 11 io anri) 'n a 1% r Ing In
Ala I a .. Ii a 'i mti Iititw i too k~imia t on1y the c n tattors
4 Ih. to.. '. t sit'. o.tlbuc tfo. (tr Itoy ,tsau. C iojataladv
-It is t'' I itn ltl 11 li u .
.~'.i, 'tt vvii. %vee* Ria Itt hwor ri 'aItov i t e the. 5pro
41 a. ti .ft hv Akotioto. naawd tirm, a. rv tIiatlt-,i4A
a a .04111 ilkaim, iiiiiiiii st. iie % I 1r.Artiq i a tor Its



I .


.. I ) .


Till( IIAIIA MTN- IMN0,0111oll, Fooimw %ol w lmm

f*aa49V*#qv* S 060,
te .*' tb. a. '41,4
ftoo oss 0 "S.0,
%,st stp at a ,,~*r

m omm

W~.sto. Pono
rrsq" c, U-~-mm' A

md a -" o

I -I

YI b heoI

;"rm .r ---
=t 0 I of t s

Af -
Is, Open*
ww w



p .

to Soo .
*(.toI54 .a

I**ach to *1
pa" 6 *hketol II a
SMod Mg f'. .41gI '.' I
I%%" a. "I good

't Mr 1t I#'* I o, .I'.v, .

PPOBW 640,94140
$1mat eelt ANshee .t e', too'FAQ .

ti b. the b. rim .. sIdI *adm moe atl
"Ia9 10 600I 54.10 ba..e
VU $I** WOS ho a.wvo lI a
smump aI IMI Hr~I)
pm" a snob nwku I"tH Iho soortI
-0 or alh *U l opri e tatsovurv
I (WS Ck p. of hU*b Ab to I W

MU, i AMrs w A mria*y or*
oIfg enw" She Onrt ofl at fE
OK sb.ufet hating etoldthei
bme "*Owdmr a" -010 l~~
ytInd.o eue oeemwtaeuimUosa
CI orom& Ommil f emmiulmewma
K R. mb. s. b. v vi vikss Irsmi
- In NO -------Y-v to o m N test
6 sm bow smmd psader. iubeas"
Ilbo ka pawfI ty pfor iut~

bIm ""of tWS aetc

wo bms,- am alast Tom to
8NMt b b mgy. setau tl out4
W. C L Wkf. Nrowed to heb owrn.

NWWRseemay's opalarmd emrs""
Ad giedodWsberh
A the mu.misem Sam wV1I

toe OF emm u mu" are HmW. A
N T LbI Lmd A. 0. C brioN. o fjak
SMulwin b. who hsaom. rio Ii matters
ft ON ba. Col Khie nmuo i
311 FIshy, see eab rpeam &"hissed
CCIC r, w,I~rg led to "w

tWbo. emw as UOhm Ubtstreet.

~W"m a P s~ itbllY demraq 'd by Erv
eewml saw ~The beildiag
b"b~t Pf*OUOSUY reamet Ukuf emd.

5 c 36w mow a t She now dmewsw
reddeme In m the efy
SHo. Helm PauhiU. for th( east
haw days She admkedSwant ac bMiss
PrlW Whetasow.. 1vet )ve oda for lair
nowt oft@&wo wa sMeirol yownruervul
SI'* 'M" 06 s0d *banSugrm&Ug Mawwr Missr I'arkhill
P Ok 3tM M1011 ftt11 Ilade m rieads &am#ss Ihe' imal
I W O 00 ds aMUM@y la0*. grey aD a of wboa.b- h"
d ft GIN t mt w t oba. te pleasure ot fmetting hr

R-m a rIpava
6 osm~

A mOW. IL OLsh tl. Fe
V( VIM sawPelW1. vgTawable'.
mmd bW. A. Af is h m*with 0h4
my beftM mb bt the&W eth

RM 1T-..0 1 abiwom said "d
Oft~m am"" is ftm Galais
ibm& &Sy st o as Vuetoy aincv

bLM MO to sqbae; 9Ol11 krr
oLsEeWSr jighbath nu m at 1a
maim,. e eos&se. mApply at this

WANTCD- M tu loWa rbartkbr I rad.
toww *eka required, twaot Ila) IaI
work "utLh' tb. rem I&uf I,t%.r a".
CaU bate hSig .mtl .'al Ih
waste Itri'gi S '.
drrful a .'l

T, pay trvAn am hm AtIattiC t Coast
Maes'. at e foatullorlb o*d mino'ta-11441
Att.e' katou 6111464111 t14. 4-1111114%) Am
Ith 'P eair sagib." arria.1 on otainm
%e wivia) a ttl, an us-ia u I k Ie*. 0 allt
nuuit'er elf kwal etl atim taet i ot r tht. n
halbip This. to a waat'aat aatovitl
* hirt it- aw I t iilmc Uaith % tie *
Int.'rvebit) i stl 1..%
K:Ider *left,,- 1.4, 1--os. that
&mo It 1' ..q'AO III VII..
AINhar .'tu,1awa.'l 10 111.1101'1. %%
its). aliO r a Sitioel tato lli.itiitat %lsoot
to I ra ait-il heual. i10 .141 t.4 1. fill, 41
the' 1-ailil- 1 ifthe'Ad~o tot hurt tofatSi
da)o stnrtil ugsaikd v*1 .la t 1-a ithIlt :
Ito appit,. isO i. cestAkol A. ,11sit'41a. .1. I.
err% lele i it. re'igrtl .a',.%m, 41
the' samo~t Imalrt-sAree spe like I, lot III$
\I I

S I, *i* I I t I

;. sItar~ 1~'a1~)

9 I '. *



%I5 fill1

I i. I I

! I

I 11 '

NI,''IAlegf l11 '%a"~a seal] q

- N W ItCon FVm WILSON'S khp1 k It; It's lih

Mild"mypsll PICKWTE Mi SiLf

wonit 4 f 1'%,

kir cIY oft
T'he l'pt to NO dfour grite'

l'Pervfwt titingg

1.0110 yanils L~iinen To'rrhmi
Ed~ pantI I himrtion.. w'th
ump to Ifi r nrdl-Nlonlay
only ................ .40 1

- Itillljenta., I

1hr 3,k

Em SIpon 9

Voto ti, t 1 41 fitc k 1111t no1 .14'e
-at nlpiilr' llii valm-"m

M4'o th.'u.w ('I'HT.~IN
NET:%, tit It l-Ic Ik W)k
CIooIr% v, ita)wln gm'en. ves'ry
otvliollh aural prn i.


W401 at.1adl14141,10din

QIlsimen. ae,\a1101.

4"douziu .Iap Vaiium---vtar~y

11att -- it

5a I ktsea


.... FIl U H. ...

Isntthere in OaW40ing Shirh tonly a
vui t ad. cam do ftr you today*
Horn. Ite C.bber)r of CIArr he.
1ited Mtales district Attwrile% f'Ii
the- Nortirn Iairict l of rFlida. ii
atuasl sthe' romaiaaeaa t8ui1tuw to this

cw-f of rtle'id Io ipiaaA mail
Ullted Stat.'. gesic."ral land illatev_
left ae'trrday tw fo ria (OIca:o. Ond
utthr lur cItte ts4 olkia4 i'u6411 uoia if..
e.II c t o be 1II b 1 16w 41'nt w1M 'ral 1A % "
ri O. FOOSo saa,' to rimt tit hs bioI'
a~GOtaa014 `VU.are. tfrw'r1l4 u`) WVu'a.'1
Le'trealii'. raity %atolr. e'leu'
ha titba se-vkcrij a, bieh. aud aoll
mxde" Cb)~li'1'a A1114v tt M~ari.
H. H N C rA ar) or wskin ogle"'
If )%M toi'e Ii III the' "'rigit ll

.'ialot Sh [ i It ft. A
lutes 111114 tit Mlt tia %iazaet-l

qA -It a I i

I I aI. o

i.I ,I

5.9 '4 51 Ii -L

1 5 I

I,~~ (I

I,. .9

I ,

,e (

Si I










I The Eddins Manufacturing Co.

Wal lM*t This Afternoon.
The %vo',ti~alil 0 FII, IkfI lk %11 'a.r ,a m 'u I *
4'' !11411 E oh. 1 E 1FII N*AFI t I I N
'A il IIL 11 Lk I ;I l.ba I t& i % l l. I I I II 9 Bring in ue Uar latua bae s *a
till, ait 11 Ii l1 aa.1 'l.4 h.1 t th mi d hA t'i Lb.,- a 'tLitau 1u4l 1

Its'- dmi-s144i d- u 61119 jbir1h",
;Oglve. hlasmolin 11,40.1 IPhuone

o IA 1 III%. s'iq 1 ; ,
a .a it ~1 4 tit %I ea i ac.,'

\lt i S Ile
[I*I Itu l 9 I I

I. 1.' t, .. ,I


-MIS Vr.flUvUs V.


At Mei. McCormick's icl POy
for% West Side Court Houw*
equal*, O. aiuSvIa.. IIC-rda

an *
III 04

.1 I
' ~ '-''a


I r p

e s ta8]I (I tkr~~J~rct t~iY4r

I 1\ 1 1 : ,

! : ,.
I ,

Phifer Bros.

I I.

NO 1uiIlir~dd\ iva %1 119



bh l .
O'U 1 I '

Let Us Keep Yol!r Books for You 1

_I I

I I ,

I *


Worth 414)1111146.

111,11.101\A; -4:1:



S* I

- \l

I *

GD B.-I 1-1 Ito r F3

--- --C.,,

?MIA 11411-V 141,44: 41AIN19141141A V114IN111% if %I 111, 111400

w v
WA S I 1 .14 I'll

,- I I I I II T %% % I %I I'--




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs