Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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 21, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01673
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. X X I'. NI'






Daring Couse of Speech He Made Reference ;d

Tarff and "Revenue vs. Protection."

Man Arrested at island Grove Al
leI0s That Neighbors Endeavored
to Intimidate Him Constantly.

In Senate, Whle oouse Defeated Beard Distraclu-

mant Measre by Vote o138 to 20.

PETERSB'RG. Va.. ?May :1'. charre, ty the t ;c'ol.' of the 'irginiu.n
Irtiving over historic roads and Ihttl.- co:onironwealth. cxttenitloran..')u-1. nad
flelds through clouds of choking white# dre,.sswd a i.ultituide \hih :i1.r rl.cd
dust, which at tlmesa rewemlhkd the the Preslidtnt in its size and effelr.e
wind-blown smoke of battle. PreAilde- t scent enthusiasm. Mr Taft. tbeiniingit
Taft yesterday attended the un,'!ling In humorous vein by twitting the Go-
of a shaft of granite and an heroic ernor of Virginiar.. r Swanon. on
figure In bronze placed on the bloody the rare gift of being able to make
battle ground at Fort Mahone- to coin four speeches in one day. sudde-nly
memorate the valor and herolim of became serious and for fifteen min
Gen. Joha P. Hartranft and the Penn- utes held his audience' in a silent and
sylvaala soldiers of the third division impressive attention, as he outlined
of the Ninth Army Corps of the Un- In a general way his idea of citizen-
Ion Army. ship which In the North and South
He addressed there a notable gath- alike should carry the country for-
ering of weather-beaten and time-grts- ward to permanence of prosperity and
sled old veterans In the blue of the ever glorious future.
North and the gray of the South and Revenue vs. Protection.
was acclaimed through the throng,,. There was just a touch of politics
streets of Petersburg In the most n latter speech .for which the
splendid greeting he has had since Pldent first made apology. It was
his inauguration, a day. he declared, to forget politics.
Later be was guest of honor at an When he did lailw into the subject
al fresco luncheon served on the of partnian wvernment. the Presi
magallcent oak-shaded lawns of one dent spoke bildip He urged the
of the most beautiful old homes In Southern Ieople to direct tbetsselve*
al the South and finally standing on toward an lntelhlhnt and healthy op
a knoll of Cent-r Hill mansion facing plition. e ii* belved In two oppos-
a multitude which apparently repre- Ing iartles. be said. with a fighting
rented all of Petersburg and a owwtdiv nucleus to eery 8tate in the Union
portion of many of the surrounding g "to make the party in power to do
cttle., he made an earnest plea in business properly." The President
the long twilight for self-sarifl(ini turned the laugh upon a number of
and non-partisan support of the re Southern Congressmen who were
united and common country. present by a comment upon the atti-
A Day of Sond-Strengthening. tude of the demauds in the tariff
"It has been a great d:a~y." he d fight.
flared last night. not alone for Pet- 'I am not going to say." he laugh-
trlburg. for I'Pnn.) lania or Virgini:i. ingly declared. "that the tariff for
Sat In the history of the s hole coun' re.e-nue only and tariff for the pur-
s y; a day which will conduce' to a lOs(' ,of protection are one and the
e*ate'r union a day to mak t-troliK sa.... tl.iig A.1 n ti.. lAth r. ach tl.1
or our common love for our conroinin nsae amount Itut hen a Conlre'"-
tountry for slich all of u.- whe- n man front Alabha.ia fa;i\irs a. $2 tariff
*-esrT ar.\ r, 'adcv to di.'" onil hnltier lfr r-etu i:e,. and a C('O
The lPresident s s -ee-lch atl lthe- I'.-in :- 1 ll.lan f',i V ,a';>lhiiiutlnt i (or 1Rania memo. ri-:l H at Ith, le,;-a of o fa3 r' n tariff ,n I'iInn '-r fir Jr.e-
v lhich was Kathierd ni;t o)f theI tect on. the, la.i'alt any Kret'.
S* tera of t ho Ktw -tO' S a-:te : -1'i a1eniclit l of di..|iute, l>etwe' ien tIh.-'iI
Sirgiiia. slh f uKgh!t the' blattle.-- th.l I'er--onall I amn nlt in fi\',:r if ;a
I .ad th .e enl t rinrT: 'Ig ':.f' i I '''*' "it. $ tariff 1ii II; l-,,er for ;iani iiirlo.' ,
;>s a s.ti llei'tl trib tel ,. toI Ili \ ,>rtl I,': t ;ill il' aii.. I11i fri.l-e d thi.I w
*' d to theO Smatlti Fl r e.v-en 'i],eg .ar, eatil kingK Ih.o orlhe rItn uiiien. he. h itd an elu,|ii i ;t ii diOffe re ,nt rei 'T "l .o ,Ilt ;e r
I ,:oiis 1 i itO iti foer thei .' lio ('oeriangr -- lii ni litho t hle !* ae h rl,
i 11.lt >itde r Ite *.-t.ir. at;il;t a tr- Tihe- 1cr iiclii ,d it tlil ir htini pjli ,r- or
(cllli Iin t l leritage- l( i-rci.-ii:." w; ., dit.c-rting the sacreF d Iriin ill-l s of(I

S lhem'ie lI-dliiring Kgcml he- I-li. '
* l had tinIs- frol thll strife- Ahleh
i..l Ie-t*11 ii t gi la -
Iie his later sejee '-h. howetierr. wshll
leb had ceased to IH.' thie guite't of l't11en
V Ilanla and had IIeeni t:ken l in


After Trying One Case Thursday.
Took Rocoss Until June 7.
After trying o one casm- ont the chil
docket Thursday-. the circuitt Court
to ok a r'cesr al noion until d 2 o'clock
I' mn.. Monda.. June 7. when the
( criminal docket will be re unaled.
On the h 7th there are to illl)ortalnt

fre-.e trad, comi aliout ali c. krniminicK hat ih.ir <-it.i i Iit at
homeni wang as do thi nI-adina Itaaerta
of the anie commiunlit\ Thil- agail
ib but a further illlutraltll of the
Ifact that ue are getting together "

ant cam-ew called. those of Ibavidnse
and Kelley and Ihuncan Jordan. all
of whom are charged with murder.
The case disposed of Thursday was
that of Mrs Mary Jane Fielding vs
E. T Hawthorn et al, ejectmenit The.
cac.' was tried bj) Jury. and a erdilct
returnr-d in favor of the' Ilalltiffl g
inK her lossesslon of the proje-rt)
an- $i",,, menne profit

Court Upholds Atlhnta

Blind Tiger Ordinance

ATLANTA. May o--;.General satis
factam wa" expressed by Mayor Mad
dox. Recorder Broyles and others with
the decision of the Court of Appeals
nl upholding the Atlanta ardlance
Imposlig -a sa d imprisoeaat in
the stockade for pla whiskey so
had for salawful purpoa.
The ecordor said mo goed the
blind tiur folks had found out r

that hbl court means business and all
who come before him may respect the
limit of the law. $500 ad thirty days
It s generally coaasidred that this
means the *ad t the blild tiger. in
so far as whiskey is eoaerasd i

es t th v same sw el*y a
wuA at. ea do or em today?

There comee- from Il.antd (;ro%, a
story of a rather ~w*iis'tiInal natuie'.
o()sng to the fah t t lait olrtR rte IHo-rts.
a white mian. charge that he I- tlh
iectim of a conspiracy to get him 0out
of the community. and that he has
recently reaelved numerous anony
mouse letters threatening him bodil%
harm If he did not "skiddoo.'" which
he refused to do. determining to
stand his ground and take the conle-
The "consequences" were handed
to Roberts like a lemon In the nature
of an arrest upon the charge of car.
ring concealed weapons. namely. a
derringer pistol. The arrest was
made Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff
Bruton. who was summoned by wire
from Ganesville. The man was ar-
raigned before Justice Haymans. plead
ulilty to the charge, and was seaten-
red to pay a fine of $100 and costs
or spend three months In the county
Being unable to meet the financial
requirement at the time. Roberts was
brought to this city by Officer Bru-
ton Wednesday night. Ft Thursday
arranged to pay his fla and was re-
A Strange Stry.
Roberts. who Is a Canadian by
birth. has been engaged in lshtbng on
iake lochlousa for several months.
and be related a rather sensational
,tory of his treatment at the hands
of certain par ies in that vicinity
He alleges that. for nalme reason,
thee Parties had harbored a dislike
for I ~:.i which h-eeined to grow into
h:tilred. and tveral time he. has been
r 'e re d to It a *,. t'e' l:lac l-v l-iter
ind otlith-rlr .-. iit; he refused to ( o so).
I!' de'-clred that he. had iinevr be.,n
ieculseillie'd to carry a Iplitol. lit af
,**r th -c-', threat admit. thsat lie did
** e. f a derri; :eer. l.-'catu.e he' I-
lie cd i- li' in ll .un or. :14nd it v
ilt'- fir his I,* r-tn;, :l -af-t v. iand not I
r t1.- lurio, .. 4-f IImakin aln attack
i:t-l.l 1;it I arr;! -* I t e

it,< o rt- r. lit, .I t1 i.0t ilo Tuel d .v.
'Ahil i t-' ae. lmilli -n agi; -d att-end
iIIK t) hi,. own ti msiie ". he was ale
ljroach-hd 1i, a de'lluty he.iriff s h
drew a gtill on him antd comllalllltil'd
him to hold ul, his hand. Hol~1.rl.
re .f -e.d to do ,,o. ri il. l lig t l hIt 11' 114'!
not Iproleew' to Iw' arched %itholut
canw or without the' authoriYl of a
warrant. lHe asierts that a ninlntwr
of friends of the offit r began to close
in on him. when he grabbed an oar
near by and "bluffed out the whole
business. It was then that ti' au-
thoritles in (;ainer'villle were aplkealed
to. with the result as stated alo\e.
Rolwrts declared he has been the-
viLtinl of I-rm(-eculton. but he was de
termined not to be "bluffed" b%
thoe'- who o|pl|oecd him.
(k-i-er ltruton states that he* did
not exiH-rlei'ne' tlive slightest trouble
ini making the arr*lt Rotberts submit
lin llthout thte Icat protest.


Several Carloade Moving from the
Evanaton SectiLe Daily.
Mlr and Mprs F r I Hester of
vliuaton were amoOg those who
favored (ainese tlll with a visit
Mr Heater is the obligig agent
of the Atlantic Coast Uae at fvis*-
ton. a blchb i one of the bta im-w
portant stations from a veoLtabe
shippiag stasdpoat oa the Forida
louthor diviaeo, large qusatiUa
bhetlg sipped every eama
Mr. Hester stats that th amove-
meat of truck has hoes od at se-

TAI.I.AIIASSPE. May 20. After an
all-da fight the general Iensioas bill
as flttallv passed to third reading
yesterday by both the llouse and the

The bill was amended by the Ren-
ate so as to include the Pirst Florida
Reserves and the House carried an
amendment reducing the property
qualification from .5,000 to $2.500.
Eloquent addresses were delivered
in both bouses. -
There were some who did not de-
-Ire any change in the prewat laws
:nd they" kept busy entering amend-
menta all da a. brt tbler wer." eadlly
voted down and the bill went through
second reading In each house with
fairly little change.
Senator Humphries spoke strongly
for the measure.
Senator Ironme spoke agalast the
measure and charged that it was oriid-
nally prepared by Comptroller Croom
and Governor Gilcrist. His address
wa marked by his ebaractertatte
Benato Dayton said the Ielislature
would be glad to pay all veterans'
peasions if the 1tate treasury eeoM
stand it. Hie defended the bill sad
al-n enkribsed both the Governor aad
the Comptroller.
Senator Baker said that the (over.
nor. State Treasurer and Comptrol-
ler met with the committee by his
personal Invitation. and asserted that

son. The principal shipment at pres
ent is cucumbers, several cars leav
ing daily. Cukes are now bringing
o re ne,,'d I rice. in the Northern and
Ka-tt rn market.
The acreate In watermelon Ino the
ieiinity of Evinston Is good. and the
crop romnise a large yield of ex-
ceptionally nice fruit. The melon
we an a *III owen between June f
-lid 1lt. shen hearty shipments are
lltid tbi. ate.

Read the want ads. a todas Sea

JACKSONVILLE, ui., May 20.-
After having remained In the county
hospital in an unconscious condition
inuce last Monday afternoon. Mrs.
Julia It (;reen. the widow who was
.- Irutally assaulted at her bome la
'ast IA* laslle. rtetainedt coneclous
1n*ees yesterday morning and before
l Laudede Jo)i>r. LIeuienuant 'red-
c-rick Roach, of the polkiv de-Irart
nieUnt. the uuatrou of the hospital and
a (uioleud Ilur.,. usadt a taltemntcUt
regardliig the a...ault. claluaill Igtha
the 1.1 lw was, t(ru.k I) lby r brother
aI.-la JolhI T WHllord, bwo now oc
he ha% lg IN en arrested Tuesday on
suiiei iwAl
Although Mrs Green he stated and
appeared unwilling to make a statel
useat. she said. according to thosow
who were pre-set, that ahe was
afraid tLa if she did t*II (hat the
pollie weld karmI the one who as
saultd hsr. I'pos a promise that
no harm aod come to the gIlty
part). Mw OGree said. "Wel. Wllford
struck m."
Lies&t- Raab them Wahed her what
was the -e of the sies- sad Mr
Ore rlowed lshatd e werud m do
what W itard wad ber to do ad

so far as he knew the bill did at
originate with those oItCala, as th
sere simply asked for Itformatiom
Senator Humphris took atroag ex-
ception to the remark made by Sen-
ator Broome coacerita the Governor
and the Comptroer. He m be
could have found et bttr If he
had asked any other member of the
Later la the seNesal eator
Broom arose to a polit of permseal
privilege ad *repsm rsl If be
had said aythlta iurtwl to the fee
tags of say smal
After loi debate the il was ps
ed to third r-ll .
Me010 Kill SltgfusahemrntS
Obe oft the m timptrtaal acti
taken by the House was the isst
la of the Beard ra.rl- ---"
maree, whleh was up ea reomM*
eramto. The M wIIas dei ed b
a vote of S2 to 30.
The general sw illO fr 3W,
111 was Inrtodsd v l Ibth o hb .
The bill as latrndled 11 m1 r111
ly the sme as that of lat sos
the varlus eimeag W to he de-MeW
upon later sad ma*e l tI e f eof
Mr. Carter tr-W Il to apro
tect the Ash of t l water bed i l
Alchmu eoumt. --BlA Uli 0. MI
by Mr. MeCreary. for a b p rpVO.
was p-ased the Hmesm at the l6tI

8000 ao AM kAN at *
Th thre-days& 'd eat daughter
of Mr. sad Mrs. W. A. MeNaly dld
Thursday mor4alm. ad was brled
In the afternoon, the f eral n srei
being coudcted by Rev. P. J. Ly*
of t. Patrick's Cathle e ebwelt.
The bereaved parents have the
sympathy of their numerous friends.

The babit at am weg ada t-t
appeal to yo i em that lW bee
you Iaterestd o the ib ym eo IU.
M. ag sd psaew,,mq,

be struck her. She thea asked for
a drink of water aad after reslvin
it. laked for her baby. Whim td
that Wilford bad takes the babr, ieo
seemed e eacdod sad akd tht
the baby I brought to her, as e
feared Wilford wold do It ham. She
was told that Wilford had takes tUh
b.cly to his wife's hoe., ad the
seemed satinsd.
Pr.evous to the statlemet ma-
to Ueut Roach. Mrs. Oren had tod
Ir. laudede Joyner that Willord
struck the blow.
shortly after Mrsr. Ore had mad
her lstaiemeut. L ut Roach tolephbo
ed the substance of her stateme to
police headquarters sad, la the prs-
enae of two newspaper represeta-
tives and *ert. David I. Walker of
the polee department Wlaerd ati
dealed his guilt.
"The womas casaot be is her riht
mlad." -id Wilford. "or h wuld
not have made sueh aatk me--n. m 1
First I Lhard of thel assault was w
Swas tIM lby Uth poliM. I Iibly -
Move that If K myr al-te*iw paS
her right ilbd ie wIP em --- As ie
t an Masn,. If I W soft 1 an
-rw I weuOl rtlr myr mand
relMove ae of d 61600.


Woman Says Attack Was

Made by Brother-in-Law


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ti AMas Wfthea @eatNai Hair No
Wem C Oan Se NasgeMsit.
A great my ewsp- ers ad maO
akes re printang paose M bow a
womacan be beautiful and keep
Ana everyone, as you can see for
y sel, admit that no woman ca
be realy beautifl asles she has lu-
tows and luIriant hair.
The women of Pars are. as a rule.
beautl and keep hesaIstVul, and a
earefl American observer who ha
traveled mek claims that their
beauty is du to their uiowtlde of
how to keep their hair luxuriant,
whieh they do by usain a superior
hall tonic.
Many American women are as wise
as their Prech sisters, and that is
why Partisan lage. the quick-acting
and greatest of all hair restorers and
tonick is now halin g uch a trte-nud-
ous sale in Anmrica.
We ask every woman reader of
this paper to give this marvelous hair
beautlfer a thorough trial. and we
gladly make them this libe-ral off.r:
Get a :,-o-'enit boxt le frio,, W M
Jollus un t(~, t !.rK.-t f. r t.**
iaonelyv in Ari:esrlba Is.- it a- dli
reacted for two wee ks If at the- end
of that time you are not stitsfli.d aith
results. say so to W. M. Johnlol and
he will I te you your nloall.) litck.
Besides being a doelilhtful andt In
vigorating hair dreinlui. Ifree. frolm
grease aud ntickin-,.ac I'.tV i ia rll .,
will surely cure dandruff. .top flllingi
hair and Itching of the culp. or mou-
ey back.
The girl with the auburn hair ip
on every package. and leading drug
tgleta i every town sell Parisian Sage

Miss Hampton' Cencert
There were several hundred press
eat at the sacred concert given by
Miss Clem Hampton at the IA-On Ho-
tel on Sunday afternoon. The pro-
gram. arranged by Miss Hampton
complimentary to the menilatrs of the
Legislature. was compound of ,nuin
hers that esre- 'cao),dd I he large-
gathering preawut Thoise bho re-i
dered muslc. ihxth vocal and nl.tru
mental, had been heard iii T.allah:
s-e on i|ret-louI occauiolu. and are
she best talnt the -ity affords Tr.
Miss Hamnpton is due much ,rauls.
for the pleasure glten--Tallabast-.
Morilug Ne s.

A Title wast ad. wU l accomplls
hig results.

wil perauoally rum saB
I. 1Smth. bookkeeper for the
Maddox Foundry and Machine Co..
vlasted Jacksonvllle Sunday and Mon-
Misa Ella Jones of Galneville is
the charming guest of her sister, Mrs.
M. Venable. this week.
Dr. McMillan of Morristoa was in
our city Monday with his new Buick
H. Maddox and little son. ChaM.
Deanls. were business visitors to
Oalnesville Sunday. They both left
Monday for Itartow and other points
Miss Iodgson. the talented and
beautiful niece of R. It. Hodgaon. left
Monday for her home in Jackonmille.
She was here only a few days hut
made many friends who hope to havy
her with them again.
Mrs. Murrar. who owned the Lple.
place, which is one of the nmot heanti
ful honies in Archer. left Fridaiv for
her home in r-i POri a. C R I. .-y 1..
the fortunate poIsessuor of thfis jlan.
now, and has already made many IIn
pro~se-nisets olin s1an


Faithful Janitor at Court House
Keeps Grounds in Good Condition.
Not ~w 'htalndtling tihe ftact that tlM>,-.-
Sht-riai n. tlhe fitihful Jt.nito r It '1h.
court house, h-, hhad his hailrit fu '
for the Iat thr ir wc.k*-. ,winIKg ,t
the ,bes itli of thl co ( trt, he' h.I i. o r i
neIiKlc(ted hid, wsrk oi1 th.- law ati .IaIIJ
ihruthblry around ri. Ijr.m-nl-o.-. with
the result tht e .rer thing li looklinl
pretty and green. despite the contain
ued drought.
sbee employed another man during
the present week to houk after the
landscape work. so anxious was he
that the grounds should be kepIt in
Mo. is an all-round go(d negro.
ia man for the- place, and his m.rtice-s
are altlreciaied by the court house

A Card.
This Is to certify that all drugngi-t
are authorli.d i to refund .our nioire
if Fole.%'s. HIIIny and Tar fall (t
cure your (ceuiKh or could. It stops Ihe.
roouh. heal's Ih luiigs and Ire'-e-lllt
titnuUoiuij and (cosum Ui|tI ln Con
i liir no tliattn The genuine lo IIn
. '*.-llu package J. W. McCulluu
ft Cu
As advertisnl finds the best marke
for everything els,. why not for you'
peroal semrvie:s?

Ams b A1 of ulubw, gtyrccna csdis. sodium ch l)
S-r-~1. ad = pefi"Um LN la ingluroeo w Is hIs
VowInr dasY th lisnot so. Fo#L,. hi6 adsbc. A hAhq fua hm 60k
a b &dre.Premp*l chck Lag I ta Jr C ,mpiktcly dstrYs (1am dmdgut



e rate Os Demage Doe to Veg
A8mfftWbe a* otler Crepe Tsady.
Ul AI ARCHWM, May :s" Quite a wsre
'storm of wind. hall and rain ai>-ed
S I op r Archer on Tuesday afternoon.
Sa tP dolng cousidd-rable damage to grow-
t b == la c'rope, the vegtable farm of
f IHMroan & McNair suffa-rtnr the most.
also the corn crop of John Canard.
W S EReports state thbe Oaltine.lll Peachb
Orchard to be considerably damaged.
;a re at many plr.ch.-' 1-lng l.lo n off
im 1A Th. telephone w1* (i lu t out r r" C
sNlah misiailon for eighteen bour--tre.. on
Nwi the aIt;h .
i F. A. Hogan wai a biusin', %It-itor
k "-d*bt l dy to ('alnet ille. Saturday
._ ".- -_ t; Sctt M* Miss Mary fie'rkttr.vser. one of the
Sh L t. ,lopttiar teach.-r In t the HIrh .chw'hl.
S- Now go ofdeIparted for her honi at liathhorn
pod MW a SIEW Monday. Quite a (,rod of friend.ls
=404%VM^ Pas .0* gatbhred at the station to bid her
so aM Faago"M T far.-well.
Mrs. Hodgson and slater. %iss Jen-
nie Hades. who have been visiting
OEW S W the former's nephew, R. B. Hodgeon.
left Monday morning for their home
I an JacksonVille.
W. J. romes visited Braome skn-
S L_ __ if day.
o. t thempeim let reterdary fr MIs Florece Bradley of Waas-
l Oak, havia o bse iummmed am Iboota wa the guest of her sister. Mrs.
MeeMa-t the serious i of blg J. I Crmaptmo. laterany.
bother J. P. Tbhmpoo. Is is hoeMd Mr. sad Mr. Pearson of Dutton
he IMM t n" k of the patslmt were thecharming guests of Mrs. Em-
Bprvid Theh in m welakw ma HH he Sunday.
h me. havi l AM lI tis city aev. H. Blltch of Ocal, the popular tray-
al yran age. ett s malesman of W. B. JoBMona &
IMm. febrt B. Weeks of HawtBt Co.. Jacksaoevll., was a caller oa
alHlr Od tIhe labes Coae ty rs. H. Maddox Tesday afternoon.
lIsol BearC. was a va r to ths she havis t t prchad from her
Wiy Wediaeea. "tVct Bob," as he bter. W. J. Oroves his mereaatle
le 1mfllary b r ois of the eaeaillshmet at this place. Mrs.
8et lren aI editloses of his e- Maddo had ehar of this bslness
th of t Io emmty. u a leader s for be ather before Christmas and
aB thimp nirpw lvo. friend will be glad to know that she
St now the owne r of the bs(ess and*


Wick me lime On CookStove
differs from o oil stoves in its strong handsome, usel
CABINET TOip with shelf for warming plates and keep food
ot. Also has d shelves o which to rest coffee pot and Na-
pot. adiseqipperl with bars for towels. A stove of
covacniacoe. comnfor esty wS d oryUS*. Made in
thle ss. Sold with or without Cabinet Top. If
mat at youdealer's write ownuearstacy.
T' LA affords a
S) ^V&t tat is very grae-

Stha othar imaps.
^*L tka c ___p. Ikaa dml ptetd. beoc*
If 1d with yow dealer, wriL or
mllt I ICy.
-' q~a7.

YMIRS, Mauer--

INEn't be miWed, for none are
BU C so gIood as this.


Munk Sie

loo mb, hb

U5TiFbK 0. JtJtAN





Fire, Life and Accident

In the o!dertsam teo
e)ompsniee S ?

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Staple and Fancy Croceries
Gralq, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
t4*hest market prict paid for ChicKens, Eggs and othe- Produce

A Complete tock of Hay, Corn. Oats. Four. Isran. seal. Cottom
Sod Meal and tUye. We handle only the Very est goods
at Lowet Priter. and guarateo eaUtseationa sas.

iDon't Be Caught Napping

Don't Be Caught Napping

B~ut Iw "upl

and doing" a~rli

like the wisKe virgims have
your Limlpl triIlimmed and


if your hou e

catchites tire (lurilig the
night, and anl insur.1c
policy tucked safely -cvay
thlat will cover your- loss
ill a g04w)41, asoun~d coniaj ,-

ny like the olll~~i
wt, rt w prtaeat.

L. ILCUMU Agut ssvI, *-Adi

Merchant & Co.


ltotiIers& and Jobbera in

,w -L

What Stove

for Summer?
Nothing adds.to ki c -ooa- m
imO in u Ia warthw lile a
New PArfmctii4 Wckk Blue Fla=
Oil Cook-Stoe. Anything tht
ny swto can do the "New P
fiction" iM do. and doilkfW.
Bakes, rists. tols. toasts; beats
the wash water and the sad irons
and does it wi-hout dissipating
is hbet through the room to
jper discomfort. The



Vt. A. i.AKI'l0b,


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Made Official Visit. Inspected Lodge
Affairs. Ped eE'prefsed Pleasure
at Its Sciend.d Co-.,.J .

S I ;. A n I :t II I I ,! I tff C'.l
1'T!('l't Ii I '1I cli ll
'i. It from l'i. tr it t li iutl (rart! \d
alted Hii;atr I ..' -

Notice'* We re. ti:t ll t I.IIIH rs ot
thet ldge'. i;th tlih re iult thlit Mr.
LiUIly saF grc<-te.d hI\ A large 1ntrn
I..r of n-rthi:lnastie Elks who g r'av
him the. glad hand and usual cordial
greeting which only an enthusiastic
Elk can ghue.
Mr. Uvvely nmade a nice talk t before
the kodlg'. which was overflowing with
gxod suggestions. and which proved
luteresting throughout. He is a
fluent speaker. possessed of Just
4 .nomgh wit and humor to command
the admiration of his hearers.
The speaker took occasion to con-
Wratulate No. 990 upon Its excellent
home. the high personnel of Its mem-
hership, and along other lines. declar-
Ing it one of the most prosierous
lodges he has visited.
The local lodge is in excellent con-
dltlon. financially and otherwise. and
each member feels a lIrsonal pride
In being a member of such an organi-
sation as the Elks. and such a lodge
as 900. which is composed of the
cream of Intellect and refinement.
The present officials of Galnesville
lodge are:
Lee Graham, exalted ruler: J. W.
Blandlng. esteemed leading knight
L E..Barker. esteemed loyal knight:
J. D. Gardner. esteemed lecturing
knight: W. R. McKinstry. treasurer;
Ed Wellington, esquire: W. R.
Thomas. J. D. trinifellow. E.
Cannon, trustees: Henry 8. Chubh.
representative to grand lodge.

Out last night? Headache and nern
ous this morning? Hicks' Capudine
just the thing to fit you for bualnec
Clears the head-braces the nerves.
Try It. At drnl eOr--



Full line of Palmer

Hammocks just


ceived-$1, $1.50,

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

General Agents for

F. W. Devoe's Paint

-wears longer, goes

farther, spreads easier

than any other paint

on the market today.

See our show window

display of Draper &

Maynard Base Ball







It Was Participated in by High School
Literary and Debatitg Socety
SI'' 'k*, ;"' t .

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S ; t I I It hii i. t. ,

1 ,I O ,t i .S- c l i i ri '. ( l .
S 1, l ; i li I |I K h11 IL ie rih r\ ;in1 l
St ,l l .ll.1: S < '0 "lllUd \ U I.l..4.

ni t,,, Wit rium. Th, following ipro
.r n-v' a I. -t: 1 rI "
1 P;ni1o s olo. "Seolnd Valse." (God
ir *l I it P.iit
E2 si.ay. "Queen Elilabeth"-Ap-
,i's. Sllnct. r.
3 Piano duet. La Chasse Aux
Gazelles." (Calvanl i-Mary Thigpin
and Lottle Scarborough.
4 Recitation, "The Flying Ma-
-hine"--Mary Dawkins.
Piano duet, "Impromptu a la
IIougloli"-Elolse Douglass and Clara
6 Debate. 'Shall the Solid South
fie Broken ?" Affirmative. Joe
Swanson. Sidney Godwin; negative,
Frank Swanson. Earle Kelley
The Judges rendered their decision
in favor of the negative.
7 Chors,. "Blow Balmy Breese,"
(Wagner I.
A Comedy, *'lurglaru"-Fletcher
Ellis. Clarke Evans Katie Barrs and
Mabel Lamons.
The Graduating KrWle.m
Tonight the graduating exercises
will be held, when the following in-
teresting program will be rendered:
I lu ocation-Rev. F. R. Bridges.
2 Chorus. "Voices from the Woods."
I Rubelintetll I.
3 Piano solo. "Home. Sweet Home"
I rhalbergI -Francis McDowall.
4 Oration and Salutatory. "The Do-
.e'lolm'nt of the Ilrama"-Casper
5 Class Prophecy-Ruth Dolg.
6 Piano trio. "Grand Galop Brill-
ant." (Wallenhaupt I-albl Padgett.
Lucile Glass and Mary Thigpin.
7 Oration and Valedictory, "Edgar
llhun Poe"" -Ethel Durst.
> "Piano solo. "Concert Polonoise."
SKiglermanni-Margarret Merchant.
SI'r.--nta;ition ol Dil;onias-Print
ilal W. II. Cassels.
li, Chorus, "'Swing Song." (Frederic
l.ohr ,
11 Ad'lrrcs D)r. Audrew Bledd.
12 Iti' indic'liion R(\ Francis Craig-

The Graduating Class.
t' gi ;'-iwn:> i I :., hl 'itr
'ili i I t- l ad \ ll i l- .111' 1 tlir e,
1'"!., "ii. I l .ii
! ,I-t I ulh I'.11 n I INi M i 11111,
' l I -, I'.ts.m:n t', l* I. I ..lthil n I if
., x. I .., r I-Krk ,I \ l 1 I.i, F Khn
''<*i f(ii, *. rfonl.l. Ii 'i- M'I4'1 'I jaiiiia-
It;c,.l;rl I;tll;l- tLl r ('., ;, r Sliit.

Card From Mr. Dolan.
To th' Patruona of M.lr J S (;,uh.e
and the (;General l'ubll: I liaec this
t* ''k t<.(t'd thlrt) -lil,,a hea.d (f IIllich
O,. w tlh t uli.rt'ullir toliin. the' r,'lu
lar I*'~t alplie'd for the d.t'ction of
m2xl4 ri'uloi I ( r;attle.. aills found no
elevation of itIin rature InI tiheie'

l hirti ihili ht' tad
nlly tlult rculeipn
tI(mjIe'r.tllIur to
Ilri .e. ,t l r tilti
held for further

of called to indicate"
or suffic'le. t risu of
ju.-titf alI one of
lieal of I.calt to tIe
A 101 ,A
\'*1.1 r;:lil iulli

I take 11.1- Icif ils alot tiuki

r i I: *llI

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Large Force of Workmen Now tngag-
ed in Making Eacavationa.
Work on the excavations for the
foundation of the unew tGoternment
buildingg is progressing rapidly, a
iorce of fifteen or eighteen mten now
I*wing employed in the sork This
force is Ipreparing excavations pre'la-
ratory to laying the .entii, which
will te followed by the steel struck
:ure. when the work of rick laying
1ill I,-gin.
The contractors. the King I.unmler
-'ioipany o f Virginia. 'exl ct to ma-
te-rially increase the force as soon aas
he (condition of construction will
*ernmit. and sill have the building
ready for occupation within the time
,rrescrllbed by the contract. bhich is
lunc. 110o.
The work is being l.rsonally b uplr-
int.nde-d so far by a memlw'r of the
firm, and it I probable that be will
re'i..*' i hcro- for sevaerul months. until
Ihe building is well under way.

Notice to the Public.
Thie' ain.- ille. I hitry. (Ge; T
I: l il.rwook. Irop(ri.tor desires to an
,''a.l.h tli.htl ail iil h li CoW of thii
i | i h i. I li th r .. .:- l 1 < -t1 i I '
I otfi, I i thi Suite' Ituard of
a i .!"i 'i"' IT" -I -i 4 1 1 l fo r thai'
c c .- i i lIa I i l l ; i r

, rf'l *I I *. e fl l i I .! I ', d i l. r *' if
*' 1 'i ) I *\n t, 1'.
t i. !t & w rr ato 1 fosilll to fK

i-Ie tion of the dairs. suad found
-.1111. Ii t ( 'lan anil baaitar. co(lidi
uioii All nlit!k .*a s 1. Including bot-
II.-. ;are thcorouglilh rterllze.d each
d1a;. shich addb much to the cleanl-
nle,( of the dair'

Rev. I. W. Williameon'a Letter.
Rev. I. W. Williamson. Huntlngton,
W. Va.. writes: "Th'i is to certify
that I use-d Foluey' Kidney Remedy
for nervous exihauttlon and kidney
trouble anid ami fre. to say that it
iill do all that )ou claim for it"
I'ol Kidney v tReteody has reihtoreil
htialthi and trit'iih Io thousands of
* ak., rtll do vi leopl Containsl no
harmful ilri a ;lnil 1- I'i-'a ui it tp lake
J \' $1,l 'ollum & ('c,
Te asak.e person reads the asia
i,- et''ry da)---*id uAsW*ri Wime ai
I *, '- 4- 1f'. is



I 1 ", ,i ,,. I I

Fare $1.50
S\1 1- I11.i HII:--

I .1


*I Tn S if It iwfteetaw in the suat of conre e tyls of *t.
Jun WM BIBU~S tihuier; for any mociety faunetio or fot yopr vWtiar
carnlr m* our mmpljn of engraving.
We do anything in this line and lguaMrntl at
faction. You will alm And our prim mtiteltory.
If pnferr6tl will mai mample to yoer bome so
that you cra make a u**ction at liunr.

jcNLt M


,.eldoim troutillc the lIaml who is known to
ki* )h iiite in ,I.y in ll thie lilta k. Money
(l~tu|Mited witl u- is ~.\ FE from theft or
Ire :








Thi, (otI ',lon, may l* ) ct at TItw lhn ot ew or at either of the O asOe o0-
,.-vet'il uI th th e




Groceries am Grain

No Order Too Large
l Phnes 215 2 WUSIILE. FLOiM


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*us mmtLY Emm! aItmtILL LOI )A. MAY fl. 190

iFW. r -

-Il To Si~- ao soul Pi0pw -RUUm
h ValteS S s O-rra mrlebt ap it i that a very prmiaOt editor
pe1a fns tm eaoch oate to a For% a newspaper. now in Tala-
o- state to Part or hi tanl ea or m---* win. on ll adjoMur t hat f
*****" *. e' ta- m eres Awgrlte rx periment 1B.& the Lgslatere. bcomn editr-achwtef
Etim.e. ,IgI l to Ino. order ftat the Antadle of Tie Atlaata Star. a & 'c
S1- of j a l aiprod ved* *papr p bhiabhrd Ia that thriving
Sm-atf nia t be a ed to the eorgi Ilf lola'a coitty-
so@& of the pia. every- ayfafrmer ter n to that State 's Ptoril sanm
g a*gmbi* Wbe problem apon which stelIk t don't ktk up a lively sensation. we
i agtBr e i itg t doeds not now exist confronts the are much mistaken. While fi the
AM l. m 1'latUil Weretsq the xperlmont port be trS. rrtting his d-
@ o l itotlmats eoodUCt Inte tlgatlons and parture from his native State. we
pwp axpameta ta tmhrouh w"ic the prop- mat aogratulate our neighbor. If
Sr ight may be acquired. It Is the thre Is ay truth In the report.-
Semb object ad uitue desire of each and Tallahasae Monrang News.
every aM of these Statlons to point
h e-- r te hrfer to the highway of better Pemale Cll ege Showt Iln* an s-
fa rm and greater r;.-perlt. says coant of the coming commencement
af... .l rIh Co tto Jourta. of the Florida rmale Col le The
*Wl stI TheI nations Isne mual reports Tallahasse News says: "There will
ms g Iand bullette as frequently as the out- be twenty graduates. The college
ftee she agledg amiea of ettheir work ja"0l2o" and funds closes with an enrollment of 237 *to-
--s5 available renders possible. These *nts, of whom sixty-two hall from
1Wme adewa 0 pb letlons are intended for free di- Lon county. Thirty-two other conn-
bm tri t to those interested. and ties of the State are represented I
VSmseseme espeoelafly to farmers who will read the aiesl 195. The first session
In to w tm nd progL by tei tractingl. of the college closed with 114 stu-
I i I dte -I under oblegat-tUos to the f the friends of Dr. Bledd
.Stlls to read their buletits. but will cmperv these sgures with those
pl-- L_ ,i ^ -- jg (*N. oi lar to lgOT h of t the versity of Florida they will
_I to make the just a good H ing And out why The Eveninl News
W. p 0w. Th ntreadng the bu wanted a ma- nlike )M rpbree at
o sos an #A IM SOm M ap appig t thleachinaa will tGalleTll.--P esa o News.
Syao th r yoe arctaaely REPLKCTION OF A WOMAN.
mwder momis to earsetM and all
t *e imbo af yoar hrly to do The fewer coem trial friends a
r o A Whl e aof" what .he s woau haM the happier he n teound
s M tde d is l h ao eep you in S m. a to e.
Peas w bu Asr a Ia i is a uty 0 Some women like to go away for

SL M -- to aval yea f of t e Potw mo a derstand the art of
Srmealim the *tatloa e- dinses- lovemakan hbut some women ar al-
4 b W bubo= 18 aI-s ~d aupo you. ways ready to afod them an oppor-
04 1 *i w m^ ow Nth hio racr doa net make U e of tlufty tV rractice.
E mm tO A* irtntra~l Eaperiment Stations Thte egh wonder of a married
Sr asful s la s taimiaiad. The an Is why be ever did.
^' 0 "s masy sver have had your name Many a man after robbing Peter to
wp' Me. ~ o maltilng li u t consequently its pay Paul. the tries to stand Paul of. LN
Subbstles s have not beea receied. It's the easiest taing I the world.
B ... i .Yt n 1ea the e ., allow this pa after all, for a handsome young
to W e that a mrd e dropped to the widow to coonvince te the woman hater
o be Ishe a B Stat lO ln your State this very day. of the error of his ways.
*jaw OM -6" 0 a*0 atong tht your same be put upo~a peaking of "shoatin stars." It
S* .- so l or-w4l ** t~e prlleat mala Jt ad that would be very. very wrong Indeed
beum"is o seat y If t tere to take a shot at some of those who
a. y IpeIal Ine %pon which you pose behi l the footlghts. R
SW r OSIL1 ~ad want flaormation a a bout it. as the Yea verily-and the worthless man
-0 --n t= Mor. died Station may have worked out that always has infinitely more friends
fI1. -- 1 at I hi -me New very problems. than the worthless woman.
S['.. 'Wl b A4u11 rW Tih Stations are maintaaied for the If some ipople were to marry for
-- ., .-- bhaeMt of the farmer rst and through trains In-t*ftd of mnner. they wolld
a ,i --ala-MaM "lutty" talk him al others will rep reward. probably get left Just the same.
1 d In at 0 Ga O this ---L.-' Every man has the right to his own
SL. gwagia Nut Grow- THE AUTO AS A ROAD-UILDIR. oplinons-at least as long as be re.
4 'inn INami a the mains a bachelor.
SThe greatest factor In the work of Een a married man can always.
A Pi an disatc. says tweanteth century road building i an"aget to have the laas orrd--lf he
1' 1 b ea namense tt "Johnt the automobile. Is willing to make it his name. at th.
rt ~ r.. of Jackr rville, has Ingenuity applied to matter of bottom of a check. -P.ena..cla Jour
--og appAiBMA hoMerary orator for transportation has develolpd a grc.t al
Sm-w l a MeM a# the Preetooa maiy devices which have made co :
a M--M .a exera es in Jne, munalcatUo easier, but none of thi.ni Th.r, I rear' cattrrh In this .ec -
Wg t Bgso an hoar to te Florida has been so effetual as th-e aut,. io,, ("" hoft ch u atry .than all other ,li -
bile. The perrNtl.on of th.. l ~ eas' Ip1u toiKther. anld until thl. l;. t
bled the way year., ago,. tIt it 1. .w ;: **"r' w i sluclo-,e to t'* liinur
A Waa me dispatch anounaces not until the autetuiil. a.. pl, ., able'. F(r a great mn;av .i,.ars de,'
Se, _p~sih u of Lie Uteat Corn with its self-containu d tine r.g:. ca('ibleh tor Ilerotli .1 IllI !a Iw'al di.-. 3-', adl
dikr- .IIL O to be ch o of carrying the travelers for an in Iy c"nst;Laitly fillnlg to clr.c. ith Il,
e^ atLom nra Th" e dlealte distance. that thee resalal l tre.atlnent. iroaiunct.d It incur
gatat I et advance awakenlag in the intere .t of goodK ato e e coi*n s itutlos l dlae arrnd
morse of friends of roads found expressi..n to be a c'Oli.titutloual dlsea!'e and
therefore require's constitutional treat
Im C who in a Plorldlan. Within a short time the. eulire pnllt ment. Halls Catarrh Cure. mianufac
WU -e to l ear of his good for- of view of the travelilng publlic has tur d) V. J. Cheuney & Co.. Tolkdo
la_ changed. Instead of betlug boundOhio. Is thi ,lly con.ttlutlnal cur. ,
.-- -- down to the prescribed rult of the on the, IaIrket. It i taken Internilly
hk T-e Ueee su n for the aHvy. steIam railroad. the autouiobile en in do e-s from in drops to a tees.lIIia *
ar e~Iat.lio at Sparrows abtle the traveler to bt.-ome, lude- 4l. It acts directly on the blood and
ilF Mlw~grh ai arhlg Omple. pen dent. the ouly limitation iN.i mucous surfaces of the s)ste-m. The> )
MaeLL O f 1 in a rady for trial th quality of the road o.er wbhih offer one hundred dollars for an)
lthe di tos will shortly be he is to pass case It falls to cure. Send for clrru *
i e ahip Sotll h Carolina. The natural efect of this has t~b.n ars and testimonials. Address,
S- aB a m Cram yard. to stlmalate the work of road building. J. CHEKNY & CO., Toledo, O.
~ a ha ready for trial Ind so within few years there ha* Sold by drIggt, 7c.
m -I r rteor shlp, the Mkhcl- tee a complete revolution In iubllk" Take Halll's Fail Pills for con
Ss l ag a u New Jarsey etimenI It is realized that mill stlpaUon.

g o b eady a M"L inter. The.s lobs of dollars arv wasted ter') var __
Vaalsa M hMrger tas Uay now n by reason of bad roads. while good
SWWs ald I to speWtd that they roads, on the other hand. place the I.T COLLECE
I bth he a bein aama belnias o t eUtire continent at the -enr lice of the
n Of the year. automobilist. -Atlanta Journal. MWN
~ a u ltday oontalas the notice o eC of the ihotographb publihe"l I I WAL S9UILIWaS
l tosaio to apply for letters pat. of Mrs. Helen Ik,)l'. the' kidliapiinu I jACSs Vw uLLA
SNr the Gal-aevill r board o of bruatte of bSharon. la'. make her
Tlt. The ane- appearplg om th.e lak too good to b*' true And sUja
a-a d a rter are among the cit)>. b to hat' the nay of it --Miami Me -
id8h bULIeawe n nm d eitsn, s ad timropo'is.
Lg is Owr reosos to predict that
se a @M of Trade meas Ibe-I A Living Skeleton
IM Uhmewer. a tow men cannot Is the aal condition of any child s a P F I.
e S a d 04eerw the aon that has worms if it liv'(' Think U.h. 0?i.E.Uw DIS66AS .4e..,

T11 a o eOoperat9ia-heart that eats all you take as nourishawnt.o w, j F f''iG I
1a1001A1-af every citelas and Nitanteths of the bablie have worms ow m
4,WW a&. At the proper Ao% maybe yours has. le certain that M MIat W No- mO
HI -bl mla. a1nd w too1k for it has not b y gving It White' Creail --m- --
O I to b1 e Iaaaopllh Vermifuge L t capla all worms ad
te li a0 sOeanI s to tbr iS a ti i e I baby. Psll I*re
ee- s. No Mobsy "d 6WFW. L. Jha .
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weary e~oatittions; t w the tweakened gland and orgas;
I heeki lall drangeento of te body. *Try a bottle to-~da.
f a-- IMr Avoid Al Sb


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Net Only Are the People of Micanopy
Enthusiastic Over Ths Question,
But otherss Alto.

\Vh,,.\ r li tor. til' r ; .*** v l',l
nation that MI 'lcnnii i t I I I
I'a anoth* r think., : '- I' : .:.- \ ,
tl* pl|.e of tt|:it .,l f t ,, I t.'1 r.
aror nmany--;irr d1** r-, 'I *'t 1*,,t
lo k f' p I !' u ill, 1 ..* I f t -.
her hi. t'r 1,)" I: .I 1 :
I 1 it illntI$-- tiiI) l *I I It %! V.- I
noely wa- the( fir-t tn 'i (.* wr-'
to neitnte th' suiihrowil sl IIrict. %ithi
the result that it wa* the nfirs dis-
trlct of that kind created, the citizens
of the district voting almost solidly
for the creation of same-. thecause they
realized the' advantag-es ;affert!'.d l '
hard-s-rface d rcad-.
.And ,.w thevy ,r.o ', th; v -0 k
this stand. as other C'nirnnlltit.*, fotl
1- wed. and today Alachna c,,ornt hai-
as many miles of hard road as any
county In the State. considering the
time she has taken to build them.
Distrlct No. I is In a large measure
rAkponsible for this crenlition of af-
far.s and the progressive citizenship
of that district deserve's to be con-
Another election for trustees of the
district, and to determine the millage
tax for road purposes. was held Tues-
day, at which time Dr. H. L Mont-
gomery. R. C. lEvin and M. J. Ward
were elected trustees, and it was al-
most a unanimous vote to make the
\'%y fivc mills.
Other Improvements.
Other Improvements are contenm-
plated in Mlcranopy Irole-r. one of th'
most important of which Is the in-
slallation of an up-to-date 'lec'trl
light plant. This ilant. which ali!
be erected by J. R. All-on of Ahbbe.
ville. Ga.. will prove of great benefit
to the town. The council at a r.
cent meeting dcille'! tie :k, -tr t
lights. and the promoter uill he erani-
ed all reasonable privileges Citi-
a'ns are subscrliing to lights lhIral.
lI. and Indications are- that Mltc;Ille,.p
will oonm eln -re- fpri I i. diatrk -
which has overhune the t-wtn tiic'
it occupied a placn' on the. na1111
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I You Will Make No Mi tiake f YI
Pollow This Advice.
Neoer neglect your kidneys.
If you hate pain In the back. url-
nNry diord* r.. dlizzinc.ss ansdt ner
ou.no,.. It's tli.l to act sid ao time'
to er\ii-ritnt. I'hee ar,, all sylmp
'ioir ofE kidtnei troialle. anid )you should
k i r. :it '. la; is kno n to
,:- thI kl't rV.s.
I .:', 1 !. IIi.i.y Pi'll 14 i it, r'm-ne I
S 1', t ni r d t i c\'ex rinment It
r I iia::. .tul-ti orn casq, inll

I'nfi (;;li;ei\, 01I re-iil leits ddenianil
(fil er ;.ItNf than; that ('.ntaliia ld in
w t, fi.ll,)iiltK I t '!. il oilll '
( t r i t. r I:'a." l of Sarke. Vla
-: : I ga\' t D)an l'.4 K lidu-e-'V Pill,
lly high*lt rtcoenolllll datiotn a. ltth.
'r.r\d of nlor, bI'11ne.t ito me than a>l)
oth..r rnmdy I had ,re'\louly u:.e-d.
I suffered from kidney trouble for
some time. The kidney secretions
were too frequent in passage and I
1n-a forced to arise from six to eight
rlnme- during the night. I also had
backache and was bothered by a pain
through my loins. I finally procured
Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon
helped me. Ry the time I had taken
the contents of two boxes, the back
aches and pains entirely disappear-
ed and the passes of the kidney
secretions soon became regular. I
now feel fifty per cent better than
before in a long time."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Mllburn Co.. Buflalo.
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doen's--and
take so other.


Mers. Hamilton and Woed Have
Been Aasigned to Duty Hre.
The General land Office Division
of Captain A. Paul in this city is be-
Ing increased, as has been mqltioned
before This is necessitated by the
increase in business in this division.
which is one of the larig,. and n-.st
In this branch of the ver\lce.
The latestt arrivalir re- Thos. Hnam
Ilton of Hamlpton. 8. C.. and Wim. C.
Wood of Norfolk. Va who were re-
cently appointed and assign d to) thi.
division. I loth are- onIIlg mnn of
jlle'asRig i n:wainer and addre--. aind
will no d(t iht fill th.er r.-i '(leti\ ,' i',i
lorirtant ilm. iiuiio w ith credit acnd
, fficiet-c'
.!-. :i --*, I: Chatt'rton of I.'t-
vr. CO lo

N e- Yicrk h '..h .il.'i I-vin an.-iie -Jd tf
th ii. ,' 1',11, .1 1 ;i. \I : i l illn ;
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Alleged Defaulting Former Marshal
of Ne-Aberry Out Under Bond.

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C'art.-r \\ed ll<-.ic c :iiand u S .i -'-
uned t .icil l or Itr h .arirai I* Icr '
iw vr.tii r icr-. at li ta ll t'-ri oil

S l;ceti:ht r a;i. a rr. -t. I u l %. I-l(\
i ff t r, 'rg' \'. -,n i i r N.-I w iri a
S.t 111il. aa l i r, litaill'i l lie in -I i I \
mto'il hi-s |i r.-lii itmiar i% i .itriIc-, \% 'd
Ic' d -


tO 1 c it fi lh- I <> 1 1.i NI. Miv
iVWilliam Ellott WValt- of ll.l hiin
anid and Mi-s uluI. LeK.r" \\ all,. -
,.f J -..i& m '1U-r i .d l ii ir i k .

i1 () J llilnmI v i' 1" r unis i i II Iii 11 II I -
at the beautiful houe eof Ibe bhrid' .
uncle. Coil aynulod C(ay, n Hia.-r
side a.lnu.-. Jaksc-onill.- The -er..-
moeY c was 1- rfirmael I' 1 R,-% Strick
.-r of th.- :Epi cieal cihurirh
I'rol pt Illl a.t I.' io l(o k lhI I- .i| t .
L ,il',l I rt i lhc .parlor o ti i i.
-t i.ii. Mf M'. 1l. l- nla \\ ,|iiiicIt
S11\ It ii ll 11 'I l i- M r- Iit I. It tr oe
I e.t k, h \I, ll, I c l Ir I 1 I l t,
, ** F ir. ri n it l h K11, 'I- -' r, a ll is,
\ I .l 1,tf th. ilthiii r r in i, I,' A
S' : ii .1 d I i t lI ',

il, I hl fc, l acidl r el.ti e d fitl c l
t. .a. 1l. .c11' jre..-- d. c .. til.
ilo k u I. r. atcnil *tcoe r- of rn
,hi m,,eld l-i,. iMr ,ld .Nlr. W.alt,
l-ft n ithe. train'r ('C ( oif Jjick ro
\I ll. for S~antoII1l sand otch..r loiuti
on th Le KalI ('Co
Mr iand Mri \\ilt. sill lb. at hlone-
to b.thr frield.i at Muuor- I H(tel.
Iillthurn, ater Juune let

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pany. whith delighted the people of
Galnesbillle with Han ucp-to-date and re -




Attracted Considerable Attention as
They Were Marched to Station
Handcuffed in Pairs.

The Icri coie',rs cIaic Ldi oelf iarioi.-
<>ff,-ice- n dur.iig the | reT, nt -tvrni. of
th,- Circuit Court w-er, t.ikin Thurs
dat to the county and Stat' liri-on s.
where th.y 'mill he required to toner
their re.|l4cti-ve terms Uliless esca|'l-.
the ipardoninrg Moard or death reliev'c-
The prisoners attracted a great
deal of attention as they were march-
ed to ,be station handcuffed in palr.
and for several minutes before going
aboard the train were the center of
curlositv. especially since there was
"a woman in the case."
As Is always the case. some of the
prisoners took their fate very hard.
and were visibly emotional, while
others looked upon the situation as
a matter of course, and appeared
The list of prisoners, with their
sentences, wasas follows:
Edward Parker. selling liquor, four
months, county. hard labor; Lydia
Drake, selnlg liquor. 8 mouths. county.
hard labor; Silas Perktis. mialauglm -
ter. ten years. State. hard labor; He.a
ry Richard, manslaughter, ten years.
State. hard labor; David Walker. as-
sault with Intent to commit man-
slaughter, three years. tate. hard
labor; Chas. Trapp. manslaughter.
five years,. tate. hard labor; Will
Sparks. assault with latent to rape.
seven years. State, hard labor.
The State prisoners were In charge
of State Convict Agent Bridges, and
were taken to Rawls & Co.. Ocael,
while those sentenced for lees than
one year were sent to Perry. where
they will be leased to naval stores


Gainesville Vaudeville Company Ap-
peared in That Town Thursday.
The Gainesville Vaudeville Com-

finer. J. 11T. Will. JLudge oIf the r ight
flie-d Thr i.slNt l w n Wh e e. .ludic'ial Circuit of the State of Flor-
wnt Thcurday to Mir-anolpy. where Ida. at Starke. Florida, ou the
thef entertained a large- and alpproe-- ':,th day of Ju.ne. IM,*. or as
t iath audli, e .' s4 ,n1 tilc c' aftl I- :i. ,e c* an In liheard.
Thi. < pa s ctae % Conlboiosed of fr 1.* Itt-'rs Pate-n1t to e i, alluded to
S;Ths i ai ~i ll.' It aril of Trral., a corp. ra-
,ungK ric- uhc, h;l,.e shown their I, tI Ii. b,,e ;-rr; t/. d no1 for profit. of
aliilitr ;a actors. and.il their efforts are w -hicrh c-rlpora. tion lt- l fllowhlni --h-1
1 't<. < e:'i h" ti*"- r' l-.., i f lhii .,,' i r, .ttiin
Arii If I \a ,e- Tie t,;elnnle of
il, to io jim or.tlrini -ils.ll i ),** ; \le N ki
Taw Notice. \ 11 .: AI'Ati O(F itA41)-:
In puinarnce of ('hapter No 4115, Artlh i Nalir.- ofu I iu:'-,n -r-Tie
actionn .t. Laws of F llorida. I give w.be- ol j,(,ct of ii- I nrel ed la.l *II
lrw a state''nient 1 lhow in) t **i) atiinoi, t I I t" t "o *. eI eo.l e allitd (1 4% !i, p
of taxes collected by W. I). iDickinsun, ,to ,ct .ti.,.. ll ai.,l A laI(u
tax collector of .Alachas county. Flor.- ( ,. ,i to, o()le-I I pr tr.,- ancd tireu-
ida, for the p- eriode ending A april 3i1, Il.-, uns lul lint'rnmtion c-.'i--rnuin
It a s lllhown by county treasurer's It ie' c ity. it- 1 i.'*' iatl-rfie umld ail
receipts o tile in my otice., towit: a s..t.t. to HItii l tlhe .r'.cin' of
r xl akot.. i t dh i' t II .1-ina of tra;i-l a)rtlaion
I.i, in 4 r ilc i n ..hi h i o r cl e ii e-ri. l.il .a l,
Koal Fun 293h .1.
IR o d In I t ll Ir R -. II ; ai ..thi t di'l ni
Road FandS.c I Iroer cdeaiil. the l Ie-tt and
..h l ,1 4.8 6f Ihtallct lthereiln far a4 the ilijurl
4 :1 I' N Nn i,. P tr i-t. 4'1 ,la l aff, le t ilu ilterel to obIii n
SOh .I I' '.* I* i (I fair aned equitable- rate-s of fretlht to
8c' ool 'oil 1N'" 3 (JO mid I hori n Gine- tillt -- i other im-
,_ iri ul t a nI llli inl In (te c .... for lo te-
Total. ....... $ 26 taile. a ld fluit a ell as nmerchan
iI -. awirtl to Ire'ent. If p;OaI ble'. dil
S. H. 'Witiaio .rl c laatit, ine fafor of cothier cities;
Clerk Circuit Court. to -,urc. l ie- ,alnate,.eit oi elaltou.
ahIJ unjei~l O' e reisar-.s, acid Il laurt-
TMh S oke for Omg MOM pi o, lii.t e lleie-nts of dainlagei oin
(tewiP sh~liie'l To eilcouragel wi.-,
ne,-.dflul ItKI. latlol. and o; a Icoe- the
eitau intent of lawis which might Il.-
juri ,di I ll ffect eour limars',acturinc
anid i-cae et iil il eh-r lst., to agreetq
u1,a1 cn e-itinserciial foruli and re-mula
If e ll t. Io proll te iilt Kr-it ftlir d--ili
itc '-a ;Ittil r'0w i 1 '*4 h :crr -'i Ir,,
Said de -rlanilir- di-lputes, and differ
e-aC e" to,-t e-1*- iiu I .h* lce I- Ill ite
culatli. i.- hliM lhet prtlie iple a of if hou
Sor auiitil aind l ii e -,. uii. ir ll'% iti
I l I 1111 #he* re- il i if i1 *I

tre i f 'r. *.I a l I*n o 1 I
4lul ,.. 11,in t,i ,.lt.,,d" .1 ti : *. '

l .1 at ll I n*lct e l al *t i l. ccci' I l*- c

ciaI I, the- fla t tlai acin alr 't b .I I a 1 1. Ie a t i effo to ,
.lIe- e*--- *ii ) cIh ll'e-tflte i'lrllactn -0' i l 0el-lalc fe II I-
I|10 ,, c. ac e,, s1111111I i II cl

io f t a t l wl a t a ll y o u pr r smi' 1I i t.. .I, I lo 4 .e oul or n:.:, I
mlild .. ill. 4 ll h'o4 r f i;.4llh* t Illl Wall

E lrLP No st,,,attr h., sell i. 1 Y ,,1
ai, liIt II' )yta -eoint't hl' "e a I'l'J. lci-
t.,r) of tihe 1are-lI a you io alwe n we
niakr sL sl tract of l t.

kAct'tKACY (i'AilANTrKI).

MAMiA AMn"l, lTTCid
ainerrvile, Flori da.

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Artli. l :: ('Calltal HIt'.k Tbh
le, 1iI o-f lthi ieallm l ttlc'k of tll
cr| ra. ltllon hll t-. Treno Thournled
ljllr aihl wicb halhl ib- dieided Iluto
I'our Iiundre-d share.-,, at I par ualue
of 'IF* IuDollars p-.r share The clap
tal .tc.(k shall bw paid fur lu cash
Art 1cle 4 Term-The term for
Sbhlcb thisbl rporatlol I- to *lst
tI uiLuety-aila year Tbhe buinaes of
this corporatkm shall be conducted

FOR BALE-Corner lot 100IlS fLOe
os West Mal I t. Larth Mad Bree
dy St., est to Jeff Kedrto.
WUI sll at a barga ud oa ea
term. Apply at Sa elce.




Bqis, W Wu
mil Tur
Service UnmrpameI in te livery tine.
Better try ns oa board qumtiotn-4
met coaplete sad up-to-dlae stah
in tne Noath.

Davis I Oliver



Cover Ow aubh to Bro -
ville; rt ue lak uw! Ie-
jonci; WONt to srawas" Ri-
Try; newlin to Aiwbuaa. hfig
and WcirthbatU* Mprl-L -
tel, U cy':1, ad iall istarwed.
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THE CO-OPERATIVI CONTEST. by tke folowl ag alicers. towit: S
-- I'rdest,. VIet e-Predet a See w
wointe Hoes That Are In r tary and Tr*' rr. md a ward o
a. W w w i vwo s. (Wkermors eoamlotmg of sevem per
Plrn WhICh Will In55 Voge". as. exclusive or the Predent nad
The handsome pianos and diamond kerretarv-Trearer., who sall be es-
rltil to be gl en away hi tie Co- oflel members of he Ioard of
tobeirn away the C-
o)e-rative Contest will be the grand- Article -Oc r- T lers of
e,.t distribution of prizes ever oed thl. ('orleraltlo shall hold oFice or
n .Alachua county. the p rlod of one .ear from the dat
Parties trading with any of the fol- of their election, and shall e elected
lowing stores will be given one vote lt an election to be bh.ld upont tlh
f,,fr every peny lrst Monday in November. A. D. 1909.
fr eery penny spent: and ulin the irs, Monday tn Novem.
G;alne.s lle Furniture Company. hbr of each and every year thereafter.
r: itt,.r. l'hlfer & Mnrrie CoC. cloth The pertpmn who are to, conduct the
in, and furrnlfhin :- (;Gain.-sille Hlard bhtsiness of this corporation as Its
wareCo hin andhardw Imlorary ofllcers. until the officers
are' o, lnhin and harare elected at tIhe firit regular elc.-
.Mrs. F. T .M 1. Johnson. druts and medlcines; I.. W. R. Thomas. President; T. W.
C. Smith. shoes and jewelry. Mrs. R Shands. Viceresildent. R. F. H.Iamp-
\ilson. dry goods and notions: Saun- ton. Secetary-Treasurer; Board of
S &Eaof Goovernors: E. I. Canuon. T. W.
r. groeri and f Shands., O. McArthur. B. PF. Will-
-tuffs; City Fakery. bread and Ipatry; lamasn. H H H McCreary, Le Grahamr,
I'. V. Smlth. fresh meats; Crawford W. H. Taylor.
& Davis. livery and sale stables; The Articlee --Lhablity-The h ghest
Sun. printing and publishing; The amount of Indebtednes or Iablltylt
which this corpoatlon cam at my time
lron House, meals and ldlng; sub t I tslf Is Twelty4veT s
Pranci co. banana House. fruits. etc.; Dllars.
Eddins Mfg. Co.. lumber and building Article 7-Real mtat--The aml nt
material; Standard Fertililer Co.. of real estate whh the eorporati
feltilizer. may hold may be $23.06I.0.
Votes will be given all orders Article S-Names. reside es a
subscriptiokm of Icorporater:
for job printlug at The Sun ofce. W. Thoms, Oltea vite. Pli., 10
and on subscriptions as follows: shares.
The Do llo *B B F. Hamptoa. Oalumssvite, hl., 1i
$1.25. three moathe submription. T. W. Shbads, Glalmetill ., 1i
old subscribers. o0 votes; ew sub- shares.
scribers. 700 votes. aIe C.m 72. .. 1
$2.@0. six mouths' snbeeriptom, old O a i., sa 1t
subscribers. 1.200 votes; ew aub- share.
scribers, 1,500 vote. W. B. Taylor. OGlaes Ir., 10
$5. ooe year's suberiptio, old mb- h ae.
scribers, ,500 votes; mew saeri b, s10 ~
era. 4,00 votes. H. MeArthr, Qealeslle, is,
For a club of Ave me year suberrip- 10 shares.
tios (before 12 o'clock *oo, A. H. H. Crary. O a lle, na
IS. 1909. od 01 tI shares.
iS, 190). old siboer lbes, M Article 9--4al-Tho seal of ts-
votes; sew subscribers, UM votes corporation shall be a e nlar impr
For a club of tea six-maith' sub s.on stamp. bearing- I--M the e
scriptios (before 12 o'clock moou. fu c tie verd "OiNllia
Board of Trde." ad Is the samro,
Aug. 18, 1909). old suberibers. .00 the fotlowiag g uren: "Itt."
vote:; new subscribers u,00 votes. Sitat of PFIHSL)
There Is no limit to the number of Alchue Co ty. )
clabs each contestat may sesur. Before me. a oeer duly mthelr
Tim -*Hlws-v *mn -d to take ackaorw ms ueai rsaom-
The Semi-Weekly Gem r nitale U ac Tk,, p
S.i one year's subecriptlo., Me Hamptm ap nd T W. Uha1d sad eh.
Hlampu and T. N ud see
votes, acknowledged the IS ferega to Ie bl
For a club of Ave oe-nyar bguglp. geuutme sigature to the heater of
tons, 5..00 votes. the Oitnell lle Board of Trade. a
There l no Ullmll to the umllb that be signed te sumfor th I
and purposes therela contained a-1
of clubs each coatestat may sere."' xpraa .
Wit mess my hand sad o al seal
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY In the Clty of Galmesvllle, Floridal
FOR LETTERS PATrNT. tbis-19th day of May, A. D. 190.
-(rePAl.) W. R. ANDEION. JR..
Notary Public. State ol Foria at
.Noilce Is hereby livwn that the un- Iarge. My commission expires Aug.
d,.r-lignd Intend to apply to His Hon- to. 19ll.
e'tt' i ie. ct fw nght ag. i I -V ii III'a...Juage_01 n ag.- m

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lovingg Mr IlamIa. -, |" *' c-11
B1 0' I Iinel. *and 10. rri.;, ,1 k i, n' .i,'
Ps S iwaNi ehuiti c.ur l .ustI d Ic .etl
IT=' i Er-Mall mllib. I X..l II,* 41 .,I
eu ki -r-- ree jiur I.llti.r fI. n i,,
v. -g 9J menA1 or tw 1*"
Se"Certanlyr, Mr ic: rh.'" A% 1. "
A TN berae. a-,g ei'ept fr ,1w |'.,i:r
Plarertly tlhe (,oil 1in11 mile In. 1nll
hfr a Abort mernti"'r-""n with Air
SChaIrtles abe pp-I 1i t IIw d.,r and
09 OW -P-ON to su mmned bhi daautihter
Mr. C'hartl.o r'% o it.. r:' .lni
Sd. "As I I ** .. I i'-. le I'rfi re its
S- E. .PikLnUB'I Ver, I think. I V-! 1 ,,
TA. ay S-Tere O lipii. el,, p I. tr.. I Iin.ed
of- l gow.s--t0te O C at ly her lover diwap'epnre'l. "did he-
SPIh ea a -frleigt trala C '.**! at to aill you "I ddl." broke In the old man.
bew bhoma ad IBttad. vwht LyaL= E. Pikhalm's Veetabto His daugurer fell on hlis ue,-k and
I leam 0miSO t We Atbes 0--P d did for me. Iwasoesick klred him. lie held her at arm.
M altV of fwt dortoun in Chlano sengrth.
I ---,ul If tu I didI hat e a te ae& vjtd. 1 ent him
Sa~sof m laed ie. d" tIwho forpesne to pet h..me with -that was
td two what wanted for lndon
soft"Ais A to e l "tor to he pom-. *&K M aidNl.
s ti ad th t -os t- e a patthlrd
~ 0t11tiw--ooatht -1M 1o i i t oa I itrdday A Happy Father
c6 the tlam tan tion and a 5it Irom5 Is soon turned to a sad one if he
mI a l tumor, and has to walk the or every might with
"u- sa-" n"Uever thou gt of crying baby. McOee's Baby Elixir
; llrw lha as "0tr "a w d z will make the child well--otbe It&
"SB h th m; tme -ow, BW nerves, Induce healthy, normal luom
Sto red I ,edalWIL tLL I'I P a 4 ter. Be for disordered bowels and
h.( Iherl, aid sour stomacb--all toeethng bables
ar? bes >t a Lt ao .weg V1 a lt taw 010AN bottle need itt Pleasant to take. sure, and
i Im Sm1 c m Miimllate. IglL me, eouatals no harmful drugs.
S ma i iw I060 -I i a1 s I O. a It Price 25 aad 50 cents per bottle. Sold
oe .h. ,r;er i W yewI p e o enmployaent by W. M. Johnson.
i* f~ S -B- gMa 1ao sMaI any, ut
i ili al blm -pim i He Explains.
.a"i -m i -S ea dEld il a Why i It. profeor." sked the
oft 1_y m ber of wito 2 SOfdNyounig man g with the bid eye. "that
tL adea ai m- ~e -- ar wher Chrtstopbhr Cohlubus discov-
bn a A ta the a 8 t Ueas, ~rS-r Lya it as mthea l. eted tblh country e didn't settle down
1- @WV@WWIG -hu IIo HM I r Asllo t mtorml himr a sand stay beer
e ---- -a -i -ly redt -3 te I o tbo. "Duubtlees you are aware, my joung
to t st w e &_ wo mvehes aitro ubled te frntd, answered the professor, "that
W e eswetho I em eal wkt-h dL---ammta -matm L'---. the S paflsh form of his nairc was
Sa" o wry atoL wU eleto all an t41R irMLt- t-arms lreWlarite Cristorsl Colobs*
SUNL"aftow "Yea. r W."
-r W ns sb Wh "Wol. a coloW does ot mean a full
o -erveN W. Lwhystop. We will ret ur now. young gen
P It.. Mi ftfl I~

UAO Ga. Mway 3.-Trai ol
as Gamma se bhave bes ver
tied up Ia vease ase a ressit of
Sal VMSf white b The
Vp 6Ob hearse eheatly at.
itr i Ia. s a---ar 3 e'eldk. The
-0 sluI ast-- s id t, be mnch
d- the asser a-rvia.

a0 sou ab amm a lg Gtor r&

The L a" N. 6 how

h aw Oe but dehlaesh the strike
sp'aMth a0 a w. wnbe feagrt to
se Geortla RL LM o ladals

r On oe_ pleases tave been
t- ra will foht to
So-- dkersh Bphess~h-B BB h ave & b ee.*ak
psiml --- UW-- p- -VIW


Ar *vftn Orrwef fA v^WW 66w k

BMOr Su: I feel that It Is
,y d to wam the people of ame
vtuI ad Alftshu coalty aalast
betay fruit tree fro amy nursery
or ast of amy Enury outside of
e Slate. I have hbee bhulng and
plhatl frtt tre a i Florlda for
fte yeair, ad iave had as much
aid vared expiaence. perhaps, as
any ia In the tate, and I my with.
oat heitatla of fer of succerlfui
eomtradletion, that moIey spent for
ot kibds of fruit tre grown out-
de of the tate i( s or than thrown
away. Especially Il this true of
leacbes and plums. None of the va
rietles of peach grown n Georgia.
or north of there, will producer a sin-
gle crop of fruit here, and only a few
of the plums grown there are worth
anything here. And tbesldes Itin

ATMA A NMO HAYV FVR WILL worthless. th ir asentl s. tl pea ch
VASll*. trees and plusu trees at from .'*, to
-- i$1 each. wh-e you c(an git (il lli 1I* r
t- hnoawsg that Hy ael fectly adapted to our soil amidl a li;inal
a Frt. fBut there are OmaWy for 1.'1 cents each or $li I- r lol, fro.j.
--r'f INr utlalhm ad ay fever any of our home uurnmices. of aliii1,
t d"'t w that Hlymut will give there are aeit-ral thlit art. ip-rl.n-oti
sem iaitan reiJef aad if used reg- liabl-.l
I ry penraaae cure. If tree planters ill Just re.'unniteer
tJ. W NeColim & Co. kaow this one rrlaiiple. vix: that ieat(he.
eMI whal t Mamael will do that they plus. Japai perlimuolns. apple, imoilt
iate to c0re ctarrhL hay varieties of hunch gralps. l pears. amll
oir a astha d r mosey hack. many other fruits and ealrl) all of
OIi Itl werth a trial o ta the Iae roes must be budded or
- a1 d why people mtIaei to grafted on native Plwrida root I(,
4-e d w M Ie ad spit aid hawk sueoed, .much na.m' would twbe sa
1 M e wh a a certain ere t at ed to the people o t t. rState and bet
hled Il beyond the smprebesLoa of ter fruit and more flower would In.
Mooi it111lce. thew result.
Whba yo breathe Hyomel deep Their agents usually guaranteed
ao r lhge you breathe exactly anything you ask them to, but what
Ie aMw pilest aatiseptic almy li their guarantee worth? Notl .t
sI l t yt wesd breathe ai the for- a'l.
Os of p M ai d salyptur of haland if by writing thi I can save eteln
A 'to a few meu from ubing humbugged. I
a"ael aad md rlaes e re shll feeIl a c-l ald.
1-1 I my hay lever. ill I used Hyo- F P IHENIDERSN.
OIL It gave a preat relief, and has Gainet ill.. May. IT. 154
my -aiaI ld endorse..neut"--Louil
A awe. FURI.Uo Mh Hickse' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head
S -te Hyomael outt Is only
SA.. mad extra bottle 50 ceuta A h
NIM l oatst ooasists of a bottle of A.lleo Nervous Headache. Tratl<-rns
Myneel. a hard rublwr inhaler. nimed ''l-irdal I.- aini lt ..'- from i Gri, tci-ri
oBe dropper aud full inutructlioka fIer tohb Trot.'l-a r or errmale troutles
Me. Juat brealbe l l lt aiad 'o t l Iu ('iiCapidi..-a I li uid fl I' I ll,
medle relkf ri-dlatelr' Sold by druggsit..

I'h -P1i j ,hi> L .s f I? 'iir-t Ui YOU
QM Mt*viv n ,r limt f,, lt ar 4.U

act mi au allM--
lmioaue laadc i M6jaJl i .h li 'I h'..I. 1 .- ti r.-, l..( I.. .- f.,r ..
--b 'k. or, t x ofi i^ biUKU. tl att'i .a i L. lS tr. l< .14 1t m1
ilbaa W Ii-l>t I tu.j l- ,J 'iAU, ,tiinaaiic,. '., ai c1. ll.,io..i..il il.

S1I) 1 ii .11 1 ** i t I I i
dl o-r lu t f.o l 'll I \ -.- a ill.
-l a'It -91111 a C41

t iemle. vtot IUe Uonidration of It 14

tays Will Sf Bey
Ad are always getting scratches.
cuts, sprains. brulasa. bumps,a burn
or sald. Doa't neglect such things
--they may result seriously If you
do. Apply Ballard's Baow Unlmleut
according to directions right away
and It will relieve the paln and heal
the trouble. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00.
Sold by W. M. Johaon.

Letting Him Down Easy.
A young man af rery Ilillted weans
after the marriage eremtiony lreietl
ed to the minister 27 cents. all rpread
ot Oi t e palm of hisi rlhi bt.iid
"lThis I all I've got. pniron." e said.
Seeing a disaipplinted I'q %i Vtie.' i.i
ter's face. be added. *If we have an)
children we will send them to your
Sunday scbool."-8uccess Magazlle.

A Smile
Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish
*hen you're blue, bilious and out of
worts. There is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver eoniplaitit
(onstillatlon and dyapepia. si lta
lard' a erbine is mild. yet absolutely
-rffe.tlve 1in all cases. Price .', centt
:,c;r title. Sold by W' S. Johnson.

"'.., t F. .'
oa I :.1 1: :: I Ilcc: ;o' I.* i o1 .li
a.llil l..il! 1111, Ig l4 lir h i It *' t.li t l I
hi -iimt' t, i iil In i ,r am io vilt' if 1 ; an .I.
with a ci r.\ liimitedrl l l vr. lie- e l-o tli.
lipr ,otr cr.-, f i|I-r-pe li l 'e. TlI. fNU
iudldilt llisti w'. ie % 1 Il1- Its*ium-il. iutl
pruportlons in our lboughtsl asd the
rest of the world recedes.

Many weak. nervous women have
been restored to health by Foley'a
Kidney Remedy as It stimulates the
idueys iso they aill elimluate the
.Ac,-te matter from the blood. Impur.
itire depress the nerves. causing nrarv-
,jus ebauntloun and other ailments.
C'oaumueuce today and you ill boon
be well Pleasant to take. J W.
McCollui & o u.

Persena Grats.
f i'illi i i 11 ,' hi I" tI.I o ','- e Tc-. t"'!i
T he" I. I I s '" 'i h l ian 1i *'r ili..
' r' i '. i .... I, la I *'
I 1, i i t ,,, 1 .,,01* i *. ii r
I I : I 1 ( 'f f I I' I I

Si .L ., I : < r' i t: I I 'i I

\ Ce,

'nih w iul t il u ui, rr r. -al ei-tato
C-l. s tlihLjiu ill o(L-f lirk,, i r, 'inon.
; ,d illi I.t t tl.) drlft ir -.I ol
6 buiulfuae thll tiI brloklcr and
Agent i.''!

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Stat- Olr:
Governor- A. W. Olcthrist,


Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw-
ford. Tallahassee.
Comptroller-A C. Croom. Talla

Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallahal

Attorney General-Park M. Tram
mell. Tallahar !r'-
Comnimlnj.iome-r ,of Arit ultuire--ll .
Mcl.n. Tal;has-. e
Supt of Public luntructiou-Wium .1
Holloway. Tallahassee.
President of tbe Senate-F. M. Ilud
-on. Miami.

County Olcers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wienges,
8upt. Public lnstructlio-Dr. J. L
Kelley, Galnesville.
hberi--P. G. Ramsey. Gaaesvlle.
County Judge-H. 0. Maon, (alnew-
Tax Aasesaor-W. W. Colola, Gaine-
Tuax Collectr-W. D. DIckl
TreaurW--J. tD. Mlhee. O '-
Supervisor Relitratlo-J. C. Mc
Irew. Galanesvllie
County Commissloaers-Joha 0.
kampler. Chairman, Hague; J. F.
Townsend. CampTlle; J. May.
Arbcer; Chas. Summers. Trentn;
0. P. Cannon. Galneville.
Members Scool Board--. B.
Weeksl Chairman, Hawthora; J. W.
Moody, LaCroea; 0. W. Miller,
i'reni on
Sate Seator-l. H. McC~ary.
Members Houe-Syd L Carter
Jalnevlle; T. A. Doke Santa Fe.

City 0O-ters:
Mayor-Horatio DavLa.
Marshal-B. T. Arsow.
Tax Assesor-W. M. Bradford.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. 8r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney-R. E. avls.
Board of Aldermen-G. K. Broome.
President; 8. J. Burnett. H. L Phifer.
H. 8. Graves. C. A. Colclough. W. T.
Pound. J. A. Goodwin.
Board of Publie Works-H. E. Ta3.
lor Chairman: W. W. Hampton, aecr.
tary: H. F. Duttoo. I J. ard, J. H.

Ior inhat ad Chilrn
i IM Ya Kin AMPr BiM
ears the
lEnature r .

8ome article that is simply "nl the
way at your house eight. If advew
Used. be sold to someone who is an*
lousIv leIo iolrI *..


nrrlanrri F W L.

I'nder and by virtue of an order
and drcnrc made and entered I, th.
Judie. of the Circuit Court of l,,.
Elglith Judicial Circuit of Floritn. Irt
and for Alachua county. In t'hanm., r,
dat. %I avI l.*1h. 1 ."49. iti a n.iaril
ca. tIlir'r-iln landing whr h ie rtin I,
SMartin Ir complainant and .I.i t
Iarlliiton and LaI os r IlIuit ar. <1,
hfi'r mnt I il* ,. 1 at ou.l w *
'. In I :.*' tin' l u art h m -i d. ,i(
.. ,l -\ l;a F'lo t .'i ii' 'i ill 1 iI.i
.: 1.% A I 1 l. d init I' I.
;:,ltili. oel dll l l ti e i tl 't Hiidl I., I
Ilddel r there'for for cash. lthl (fllolw
Ing desTcritld I jrsonal ,proirt'y. tf-
,' It
one cr'earil-colordl horse. iar .It i
Charlie"; one black tol' bugle. ni.l
one set of harOne'; said iprolw.rt to,
be sold as the prolwrty of Lasw.r
Hunt. one of the de fendants in ttih
love st) led cause.
ThisS May Ith, 194w9.
Sheriff f Alachua County. Florida

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of forn-
closure rendered by the Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit of Florida. on April 9th. 19u;,.
wherein Jones. Maynard & Jones are
complainants and J. S. Cameron. de-
fendant. the under rargned special
Master therein named will offer for
sale at public outcry, to the highest
and bett bidder therefore for cash be-
fore the court house door at Gaines-
ville. Florida. between the legal hours
of sale on Monday. June 7th. 19<*,. the
following described personal property.
Five head cows mart-u uuder iolee
and upper slole in both ears. and 18
head of hogs.
Same to be sold as the property of
J. 8. Cameron. defendant, to satisfy
said decree and costs.
Special Mlast-,r.
T. n ELL18 JR
Solicitor for Complainants.

Nol'ee r i erheby Vive to ereditlrw les-
teew. diltrlbute- and i remnot hawiar
e salm or demin s aslnt th e ee rtte of
Charew WIULam (I re. dlece d. to 'rwe t
them within twlio eiar to the unAte ioned or
to E r. r WIliaon fiir the ItdAllned.
rierutr nf i th- I.o st Will and Testflwnt of
Cbarlel Wl Ila Crewe. Usceised.
April 19 1 O.


Tuner and Rebuilder

tliniatla Furniilmi l Prmnptly and All
Work (iiaranntl-ul.
leferencen : A.ilr,-:
les Frenac*I, Piain(to (;AlN E.MV'ILLK,
l.lellan At Batei" 'I.A.

Su' "Want" ads. bring relulAt



The Long Distance System

On of the fir.t valuable features operating in various sections of Ue
of our service, to our subscribers and entry. are uniform in their equip
to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of eope
tken with the extensive long distance iting.
line of the American Telephone and Onl by rosee of this ileo trali
Tel raph Company and the other ao- arrangemnc t between the Sell Tilb
seated Sell Telephone companies. phone companies is t peesible to go to
We own thousands of miles of long a IIll Telephone almot anywhere
distance lines in the seven tates In ask for "Long Distance" and put Ia
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any pint
cn'rect any telephone in oursysltel I a the Cour-el
with lines extenoang to any other cit! Thls vast network of wires, radiL
In which a Bell Telephone system s ing throughout the nation, ito se
pe atcd. daily in commerce and for social pun
Those long distai, .... s are of the posts by the banker, the farmer and
moet modern and improved construct citizens in all walks of life and *m
ticn and are maintained at a high plant here is an Important link In thio
state of *ffi.lncy. The Iell systems. great chain.

SSouthern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

ENimit Senice. iUM it- b

At I


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U e-TH --

Umiversit City.

Gainesvlle Has:
One artist
No saloons.
One garage.
Four hotels.
Four banks.
Four dalrles.
One foundry
Water works.
Ten caurche.
One gas plat.
Two tin shops.
Three bakeries.
Ten ihysilca"'s.
Six fruit stores.
Two rgnsm its.
Six restaurants.
One tse.d store.
1:oard of Trade.
8ix drug stores.

Twenty law iers.
t' u pal;.r L-hops.
Four crottractors.
One bicycle shop.
Hatk-ball diamypid.
Two ic.- fa(tories.
Six Titic schools.
Orie \ir'i.-t v store.
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two planing mniils.
Two racktt .tores.
1 wo lurnl'-.r yards.
OntIn' Ii irti. works.
Thr,.e f il:. r nilth-,.
Three wood yards.
Five d, lttal rooms
One \expr, .-, i l!ce.
Free nail delic.ry.
Four beef ima.trkt-:4.
h:ilht l arl>, r shols.
Two Itullic --chMcls.
Two muAlc hou.es.
A telephone tsyst,-m.
Two hab,.rda.-h.ries.
Two alttrart office*.
Four pressing clubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
Six boarding houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three jewelry stores.
One phosphate office.
,'ne Chinese laundry.
*,ue Cbrlhlan church.
Two steam laundrlea.
Two Advent churches.
One daily newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
One female physician.
Fiftetn grocery store.
Five Bapltist church.
Three furniture stores.
One cold storage plant.
One weekly in lil,:1'r.
Seven dry gtood stores.
Three cold drink stands.
Oie tlc tried light ilast.
Three blacksmnithb bops.
Three railways systetrns.
Fight b.-neuolent orders.
Two Kpiso|lal churches.
United Statei land ofice.
One chemical laboratory.
Tbirte--n Sunday schools.
Two veterinary rureowme.
One Presbyterian chlre.
Two cigar manufactorlee.
rour real e-tate agencies.
Volunteer Bre department.
Beveral lumber companeu.
Three Metdist churches.
A brIs hand orPalsim .
Two photograph galleee.
Frlorda Winter Cbaatauea.
One seml-weekly wwug .
vIvo wse Smwrsam 14m e

First-class se rage system.
Two fertillser manufactcrtes.
Flve ire laserace ageecla.
Two livery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' Club reading rom.
Hlardwood Manufacturinl Plant
Agricultural Exitlriment Station.
Florida WInter Ilible Conference.
Five drepsnmaklng e-tablishn:ents
National Odd Fellows' San'tarium
Three und.reAkli.r r-t aili hn.nta

0e e a Q-alieavtle Ntmal sIea.

fjM. J. H. ALIk.1 tMA.

ODBo over Dattm a Oo. Bae
Pum. -80. Gamteesvll. FVi

&AINESVILLE, Alubus o.. FLU,
Olaee in HsTman. Blnk.
OauamvLLs, FnFs Do.
Can sell your sita property. (in*
plo9od and unumproled), phoephaati
truekipt and farming lands. Bend Mhi
Slist of wat you cffer for sate. 2142
And Solicitor in Equait
LRa' IEsate, Coovegraeing and tW e .
orlI Pasetlae. All business pro pall
atoendod so. Olee next door to Bua
aee. OGAImsVtLLs. FWLoaia.

Practice la all Courts. State ano

Oftices Over Galneaville National
Bank. Gainesville,. Florida.

IIMRn DTiA mti P

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Gaine vlle Is concedetb1hM itt a isVIIment
Galneville is conceded to be the Two of the best hotels in the li
most enterprrling as well as the most terlor.
beautiful city In the Int.-rior of Flor- Ta whole.a',.e c;.ai a. f i,.
Ida. It loI A Iocatd Iti it ,.t ryc center ,,lr.
Of tlhv SIlt.,. .Iif k si I,, .. ,, th.O At. 'I o whol.-,,, gr. we v ,,*-ta Ilih.
laittlc alid G uil tI (' -t' i : .1111 l i If, n ii. '
iatids of ;ut h fr lit) ; t ,i ,,t i.. W a r 'ht.3 ha- i :,. t;.ine,' ll.'
of I nIdurit g a grett ,' 1' fii a -
in the heart of Iti. .. i Th- fi.ne.t oiwra hn! e in the State
phtiq, hate aml naital -t :.. .:t Sh ,'* ri .,,.- .f Ja j CK tat' ll.'
ha,- the. l-..-t edi .P the State. gMO i I: .. ia, t. .. ,t it 1 I t',mili.ttl d
edliftnc. which are -s; I i .:t. ,.,*
IoA 11 Of it. [j*.* Ih li *I a ti ; i' ;at -r it,,t.,r, n .' i its f.'rer'.
i.ld (,i ;-; -1 ',t ., I i I aia:t, r- irltc r,. niatchltl-ts anm d 1a-
clil.a'e l hIs h ..ii.i I ,,. li.,l for t,,or.ix m.*' galore.
h*-.t!th iand p)l.h-a .. .\, ,. nattr,.! 1 M,,r miles of paved streets ai n
ail antatg-ems c('t:l,ii\.l d i ; ir a irogr granollt.'.c sidewalks than any oth(,r
1%4. ai-.d *0nt. 1iii'l. ,,-Iaiol,.'l:'I;!i tol In the Interior of the. State.
Cltizf'lihi.i ae tTsur ;,..ikc 'l II t An :.,.ttlO court hou-e bullt of brick
city. and stone a btWa'ttifil tructure- and
Tiere are nmany natiir.il attraction the law s,. florets beds. srubhbry.
In cloti ili,-xli.tty to h,. (rtt.v. somie of Confederate monument, etc.. surround-
which are Alachua Sink. Paine's in it, make it a most attractive pic-
Prairle. the l)elil' .Mill ilolper. War- ,.
r,n s Cave. and Lake N nan. all of
Shich are reached b) private colive)-
Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest <-
ard flneut live stock farm In the State. DR. U WALDO,
is only eight miles west of the city
and sa reached by a good hard road.
alfording a most pleasant drive. DENTIST-
The farmers of Alachua county, of
which Galnesville is the county seat. G4rahm ildIa, Iaat Maia street
"live at home and board at the same i pi a *1.Ph AlA Leg Diames
p*ace." The temperature is very uni-
form, scarcely ever reaching the nile-
ties n summer or the twenties In Dt mEDWARD CLARK
winter. The population of Galnesville
is aboct eight thousand, representing gNTIT,
*early every nationality on the fare
of the earth, mad strangers always
meet with a hearty welcome. Oices in Graham Building, over
The Univeralty of Plorida for young Iafnders &a Earle'a store Pbhoe
sm and the NatJioal Agricultural Ex- No. 34.
peiment Station are located within No
the corporate llmita of the city. In
at. Gainesville has so many things D DVILR a MORReII
that we ntt he pardoned t we omit
S.a u. iw n am te folowln eumer- ....LD NTIST...
atl.j >" what *


$1.S--Three months' subscription .....................

vw isur0Iets
50 0vot"

$2.50--ix months' subscription ................... .... 1,900 votes
65.00-One year's subscription ....... ............... 3,500 vote
For a club of ive one-year suobcripti.us ('"' "..'; :" '' ".) 30,000 vote
For a club of ten six.months' subt riptions ('*A';A" "' .'.) .30.000 otes

Heo Mbsrtbeus
700 vots
1,00 Tot"
4,9 00vow
35,000 aks
35,000 volAs

'Ihertr i. 1no limit to thlt. iautrol*.r of clulth eu'th ',:tt,-*ta;iat nla;iy ioure.

$1.00-O- n year's sabeription ............................. .......... A0 rvt
For a club of five e -yer abscriptioa ........... ............... ... .,000 eoe
Tlere is no limit to the number of clubs each 0ontetSant may iecuo.

Solliting votes by cedidetos or friends within the stereo
distributing vot ls s esird by their

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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The

Sun to Citizens of Alachua Cunty!

Each Section Gett a Prize!

Contest to Cle August 18, 1909

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

I ai'villk Setim emn c the city and suburbs and becon-
is C fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANI)~,DIME DIAMOND RING.

faster and S ten S ll comprise territory from Fair-
asenks all points east and from Ro-
chelle all points south-Wah'lo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Campville, Micanopy,
Lak View. Tli.na and il all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

IA.W WlkC comprise all stations from
Western and Northern Section 1,,,",, pri Taon .
league to High Springs, Trenton,
Wannee, Wilcox, Bell, Newlterry, Jonelsville. Alclitr an l allsettlements covered
by this. area. (INE lPIANO.

HOw Wt Ballot boxes will be found to the stallsh-
ments of the nm.rchantai givlig votes and at The
Sun office. Votes atut by luIal ust bus dlrete
to the Voting*'Contet Dietar tmt of TIe Sun.
Votes _- V Jii ilt. Florida.
The follo)wng inr-hants will give one vt -
tor eaery cent paid Inito theli etablisbhmuts for
goods whicb they handle:
Gainesviler Furni*ure Company, Furniture. '1 Rules and Regul l ow
Phifer A Morris Co.. Clothing and Furnishings.
C :nesville Hardware Co., Plumbing and Hardware. 1 The contest is oien to anyone Usvig ti
,.,F s. F. T. McCormick, Millinery. Ala.bi of the coit'.*t or vouched fur by sume reputable
W. M. Johnson. Drugs and Mec'cines. person, to them well known.
L. C. Smith, Shoes and Jewelry. 2I No employee. attached or relative of the pro
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods ar.d Notions. pri-tors of the above-named Irm are eligible to
Sander* Earle, Groceries and Feed Stuffa. parIlnpate in this contest, and will p&arucptpto
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry. no anner.
P. Y. Smith. Fresh Meats. 3. In the event of a masuseerstaidnl betwao
candidates or others interested In this mteat.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables such controversy may be referred to the cor.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. doctors of contest. who alone are the peroas
The Brown House, Meals and Lodging. quallkbd to render decdstom
N. Francsco, Banana House, Fruits, tc. 4. In the event a candidate deeMde to I w
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material. draw from the re. such oedidatef W aet be
altowad to transfer vote to thre cre t e tther
Standard Fertilizor C., Fertiliers. ,teloddt o tra v ofL

UN fLc I ImmU iu.

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How to Save

a71t B I s

two of t -amr o orMY ram

son to 6m C %p.
-~ 6 a13 tLO a 7 pt a-s

ft~orilm t smt.WL Do~sw

JLW. hbw Pbsemi
slwsu of Un p7 wI)
Some fa 00sewPuwie

den a Po m
awk -its roo
am wa 4

ef t i

imm t 11 d mdn A

to of a a IL 0. F
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sum- ft.m IS@=emen

duoas ONor a. Levy mm-w

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W.muao. sa 1the ,
--a ONO a Ivevnm of xnw-
1MV rfMMs Y. how

sow NW pop. bonv l, f tb
4O us amined her.- In

doga- a "w er use I"
e~F~ se -rr~ m mah whe .5

I i Pa r. th a mm
MIND somaLo u a m" ,of 104
n. poe ms k61 yste renly.
~ a p wns gum t tw o te mY
Of how ood avb S3. rPhil,. 344
%we Cro sweet
min m. me urusey rutr-I ye
WO. after several wseeks absence
Im TieemWa"Jacksue~vle. At
aSae UC (IDOWshewwas with bar
9mve leus a&d Mrs. H.H. M-
CNWY, wil Is JackuovUile' she sa
~ d fiends.
Mem. H. D. Padgett of South Canm
ae. whe is Wer a avst to bhi
me. J. I. L dett. "s yeselrdayf lor
Ashmi whobere bhe will he the gwest
4 ve forOw the at two or three
44.s. Mr. Peigelt is well phoAed
Ih Fleslm, declrig tha climate
a" aedkin 40 be as Pefet ana
nen emM nowe them


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I'tribiwarshIJI m
a W. 3in mON die Om41W
Seem U tr s eof Lb. mdateeksot
Omw was a buasl vW' a tc
Wes' kYesterday
Srm. L P. .Isbtaeaf sa s
MAbw, e" yestfed te 10sartke
boore they It the day pleassatl
with rel.s and frieades.
A. X: ern.. as eftemave trucker
of Slaum0 wa ueIs the city oster-
dim. N owas s route me from
adkmoville. mWee he hWd beta e O

Th. eGJaeavll e Iry is mow pre
pare to fursmbs you with pue milk.
ar mor btter from fre*& tested
ini e sw. Ph. 1b 3 ad receive
~- 0 St"00111
Dwt war" about our getIlag bak-
mrt. beemuse we serve min worth
$1for 1I6c but a ad eJoy them
ad at 9a Our your lady frisda.
Th er... House.
Mr. ad "Mr. J. W. beu-wolrt
ot Erisatam passed through the ell)
yesterday onmeum b. one from Jark
weville. w e Lb.?e bhae been on a
plewaea vistr trtbad*
Deputy Sheriff Ge. W 1.ingstom
of Nwberry was In the city y.ster-
day Mr. Uvingaom is one of the
moet c negetlc officias in the county.
as well as aemr of the m" success
rive-romo cttage to rent ow block
adoiimiug squar, formerly occpied
bd W L .Grand.; citymato-r. elec-
tric higt.. ese-rage bath. and all
poder I ccae-nie-gbre- AppIy to Sim,
IH. If)IcCr ary cor Sun ooffi.-
Th6' flr.,t a atotue-lns.11*.E #, t ti #-a
%,fo no wein' di 4-the'. iti th *w.rkst

l-uth lFlkida fmrm. Tlw'.%%-r-arva
Aad hjadaaoow. but tile pris%. S
raiber In *'xt-.-p Eof t:,-- p~r 1,%
poek@c4book. Tb'Th *a.*ii p- -.m'.s
opened this )eatmr me-'.rdl l 5k. its
I~J ( 1(3 omrD l~

Go oIur tl'wy

Is pruii, ,r se
loauflin't lir tm slng
Iyou alw it ties-Ili.
JIilt thsilk E li t
kinl ofl Ior or
Mulk you want asnt
dinaWad on finding
it at


W Lu Tw hb for Tu

Ahh a i d ts m a tby Am". It WUI
pmy; madIarse.
Iafer 3r-. 5anhers
ira -^^^ nk ^f^^ ^^ltrf ^^^^^

CWoj lg jzvm.CI
1 60so" L. -m g" 4
ueu *w. eP ct :t 9

A. m Lrn P'
t~w'i-4 10- so &4, a*-*
a bdso dose" t-"; Io L*o,
A t'c Elma a
'4 tii LI-a e & L :* C-'
bats 'a a %usa'-. '6' l

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C A. FAIRCILOTH. < a-hii.r

. A

:. A. jaV.r .= .. *1 ,.* an 'r .
*4 a f- Ls .i* I.. L- A -
ed 4 otk of r .datL'-r ;-.as MUr
Fr.lk H I~aor Fr..-irl f :r
E.more tyiiuetLkua n:tb bh-r
J W Patta reurned ,-<-rda.
from Rocky IF iunL lj1:.- i v' .r. '
whith jc p *e e has bee" *-gag*.-d a
arsertlg a hIa for the widening o:
the pbhr rIt Col Pa trmn re
gard4e a.* ie of tke mo*t e m."- nt
ar-.yarfs .A the *ate.
Mrs I N Morr of Waldo istL thb
city en a rit to the family of hr
N&e. GCe. P Mor. Mrs. Morn ex-
pect to l-jve is a few days for Co
abies. Ga. where h will ,,pe-id
.'-a: v'-*% c a sa r4't of her
dalhtb r. Mrs. 0 1 Chambe-r
Harry C.* of TampiD is in theb rlt.
for a few days. hatvag come on a
rllt to frkeds. Mr Coe is the proud
pose- -sr of a MaxwIe- autmotbiik
shach lords b htlasf aAd frl-nd'l a
great deal of pk-asure. He drov*
through from Orala to this m"a-hin
Atteatkia is called to the change
of advertiume-s i of the Ioittn fIank.
which a,,5l-arl -l*ehw-re in tL, I
suO Thi ia, oap of the old.-lt and
mnio reliable banks in thi. o-uction
of the Stat-e. and depo eitor are n-
-urd agacuit Ioss t, burglar% or

Monroe Vd-Bnable- 'bhe naal stor-,
o*wrator and crate muanufaturer of
Arrber. was aamog those a bo I-*-nt
Wednesday n ti thi.'' it n. L.u-:!:--
He reports that buyin<-, Is good it
hl liOa. especially the crate mill. the
bsipplin lsea-son bing now **-II un
der say
Mrs Oiv.-r of Atlanta Ga al.o
Las Ie-en herv- for the- .a-t f. a w.-.k-
a- a guest of her dauixht-r. Mr- G
H. Yance -. Jr Ift for h,-r bonr.- '.-I
Lisday She was arcomplaclied Iv
Mrs Yancey, who sill sl*-nd a part
of the suiniio-r '%itiLg hetr old (;,.or

IPr A 'r-, 4 --d hai re-urn-d
from Ta:n.I :a. ahie r 1.# t-it a ft-~
dal a tti d. li\ Tr .anl addr' -.- a' it
l h| e* V i r tr*-. of ti' Tahiii-.i Hii '.
4v'hoojl IPr 1o-l4

ent*-rtaininlg and ~mot atnr ru(t .e
p'-ak-r- I th*- SI tat*- .ii.'l ia i A si i ;
If* ls i .tf-l'i; h .<
HI l: i4%lhof-t p: *,, I ri: ar| a ,a I.
Lal Ili tall-d I s lit- ihonlr- a tUa;:14l onT.
ilratLn d i h.ir ui" oi tl h*- It, -I liiu tr
i i,.hth I.,, I,* f d;i d Iii th,' t'l I!
li* llKt .- !** f' Ult. il the I t' l I '.l
n Nf. 1.-it-,ri .1 1!f Olfiarant( L
ioi; -to l totl.,*' ill il I ll n rfrt llt-b d inI
I.>l.'r.:did rrianler tl Misr Mal l.l lih
si r- l;raril .Il n'.-ittl: t; o.f Lm arke !
.A) ill II%
Merdamesa M P iHoward and A tl
Wagner, u hon mak their winter honm
onl Alachus avenue. 'aJ t (;aii-n lill.
left yesterday y for larnaiiinxton Pa
a here- lh')y will a. -nd l the unine*r
The-se. ladies ha%#- Inmanv fri-ndIs her
* ho art alwav- i de*lightld Ilo r-r-t
thill and rer,.- to .e** themi leave
1Thi110. 'hi't to return earl> a' .t w-a
ofi 104i 4 #I**1
T H IP'uket of .Nt-a trr. .onel of
I!.. Ielii-t a 1d,-le kllu,' h r, 1* ..t. fI i,

i i-iI \ o. ,-ri s M.lr Pirkett
*l.i '" H61 I1i -, 11 >I > 1. 1 t* \ "
a I'll r.' i Ti-i lue-.Ld a lia i. r,.i ',.l%
thi. vitualtion of the' faurnare gre-atll
The- (-ro|elw a. *e uffterinii and the- r-
suit should hav. I.-' IIa lpatrous in a
short time without rain
Pruf John W Widemana for isw%
eral years lorincipal of the Galae.
vUtil Graded and Hish Scbool but
ow agagd lan the lifeli iurance
bel.M w ithl hdquaten a In1W
laa. has arrived t the city., and
wiU be the est of the family of
hts bretbr4a-sw. D. 0. wvards, for
a e ole of tdays. Pre.f Wlt6ea ih
nmo w i ha be. ama of dWM are
glad to wvoeme bin.I

: : T

Miss N. Norton



mot take Ifor ls th a i -on. Ix
wordss m-ke a le.: ao fract Mal UIs
every word ever eck s coiz eas1g a
a adiftloral lBe. CAM to advance
ust iccam an a orders for Iaer
tetlo tLis columa

WANTEID-For the ,ummier. by a
couple without childr-n. one or two
furniihed- rooms near the I'ntier-
tIty. Address "M." this offle.
MOIHR & SON. St. P.ttrsburg. Fla-
We. wait eggs. poultry. vegetables
and fruit Are In touch with the'
very best markets of the South.
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IoidtKs, Books, SatNEi

Soneuln, Sheet

W PiteFnmles.


It' Fml EVrYr DAT!

The read. Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutrlt.ous The
Best Bour. niixed with pure
rich mlk sad baked il the
parity fashk.' make our
goods the mot delicious It ti
possible to produce

Ph I 165. T. hafer. Prep.

FOR RENT-One six-room and two M. COHIEN
f e room cottages in South Wf. Sli.e Apply to CoM.n Factor, u-.
r eeUOte. ears eserlr e F:ra c.a
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage oO wort doe Your r'atroa.r AL..el'd.
block next to square.; city water, ;O0 &et dow u ASt', Iab w l-eny '.t
electric lights. bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at thi Dr. W
ofw r0. r W
-- WAT--'M- -I -lk" Z
WANTED Men to learn bart-r trade-.
few wee-ks required; best ia: in l My FaMi Icut PlM nUln
work within the rea(h of loorr manl: ; t l 1
can have shop a ith .mall capital I
agf#e froIm $1 to i:,* c- -vki -(,n I Wol Iw at a vry ateial re-
derful dtn a.d for bar r .ta "a -gm. It wll p U t i iltl-
l.w'u n.ail-d fret.- M'I!. r P r,.r.
Colli-g Atlanta (;a *


copy aud
Sun off Ce

T)i'' d rit. r rib-nL-t, ea0h
reteord. 7.- tut-- earch

if SAL.EK -N, i r,.ri, w. -t.r
hous- ailthin two bt h-k-L of .iquar,
ApIl 4"7 \W' .\-l.oni -tr,-*t
i'OHR SALE--<;oojd I1 ear-old horso,
fine condition. ge-utlel for lady or
childrelr. e-xcellent for farm. also
a g(oo x aon and harn.-f all f-
$1i1" a.~h Ili bargain If told at
ot 1.'' I-' r 'rinting Co


hood. 8atisfa' tiun guaranteed or
money refunded: Sc* per bottle
Bold by W. M. Johnson.

Crown man rh Work
A Speialty -Pan sEtractm

Stret Nwt. i-ii -)I



At Mrs. McCormick's Millinery Par.
or% Wes Side Court House
Square, GaIneville, Flrlda.
A egms-Irtr and eWougb course of Iastrue
ULWck In the Art of MIllneDseAgig nzW rll be
tauffht bY 3Mr..MetC4w-meie. abc is agroduat*
ISlUINAW ri Art DPrIgbtr Course ruv I fou
%wO%*hbe.voth. Wk.L tts oea b e t
parlcul% rCal la or sidrem Ma.. .Jr. T T
('aulcm (,a n ;.I...',ic Fend


First National Bank

Capital, $1OO,4000.00

Surplus, 0),000.00

We takv Pivure in playing our Iew"&I at your MW iWanW to
plnmd to hawe you wri or al uc as n cdys amoplm oppeia nIlgwr
a ChmCkaag or mvio Iwmat.

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Jif Tif-

The growth d thi Bkis proofcon-

lusie that its business is being con-

ducted in a manner highly satisfactory

to its thousand patrons. We would

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