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 22, 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: VID01674
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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1,01. x xVI1. N, G~ EAINESVILLE. FLORID)A, SATI'l' I IY. 3MAY 22. 1110~9









Over 75 Per Cent of All the Whiskey Consumed Crop Wl .e Vry Sh.ort...,t Gro Measme Providlg for This Amot Fased to TMr

United St&tes Sad to be Adterated. I "' AniC ":'" ei i.d Semte--Te ose.
Sfor Their Produit. # Res

WASHINGTON. May .I -Whether
Imitation whiskey is to be marked
"'imitation." or whether It is to be
sold as the pure goods. I" a question
which will soon bIn decided onie
more "finally"-by I re.-ident Taft.
Did you know that over 7.'T per cent
of all the "whiskey" consumed in the
U'nted States is neutral spirits col-
ored and Savored to Inlimte that ar-
tidle It develops that this is the
About 60,000.044) gallons of whiskey
Sgenuinel are distilled each year
About O0,0t,1.(HO gallons of neutral
spirits are also made each year. The
genuine whiskey is distilled from
high-grade grains. The neutral apir
Its can be made from anything from
corn stalks to sawdust. A large part
of the 60,000,000 gallons of real wbl-
key produced each year is sold by
the distillers to the rectifiers. who
mix It with the neutral spirits. so
aome of the Imitation whiskey on the
market contains some whiskey: a
large part contains none.
Determined that whiskey made of
neutral spirits, colored, sad favored
with the flavoring extract. shall not
tw labelled "Imitation" or com-

Justice. When Mr Ito .rs nmak.--
his report President Taft will aa;ilin
determined the question oif ilia itilon
whiskey either suipporting or ie
veraing the decision of his lpredece.s-
This fight of the distilling interecst-
began even Ibfore the pure f(tMd law
was lpased. Flor 1 years. pre ionus
,to its passage a regularly organized
lobby as niaintained in Washington.
and It is the boast of Warsick M1.
Hough. their attorney. that he. and
the interests which he represented.
were for years the largest factor In
preventing the passage of the pure-
food law. Hough is still in charge.
The first decision that imitation
whiskey was imitation was rendered
in 1906 by Dr. H. W. Wiley. chl.-f
chemist of the Department of Agri-
culture; Mr. Gprey of the Treasury
Department, and S. N. D. North. now
director of the census. Another de-
clslon was by a board of seven State
pure food analysts supporting Dr.
Thed distillers protested. They got
the question transferred to a board
consisting of the- Secretary of Agri-
culture. its solicitor. Mr. MCatw,. and

mlound" the manufacturers of this Assistant Secretary Hayes. Before
product have carried on a threet-year this board made its report the case
war since 1YIt against the Govern was appealed directly to the Presl-
nient's enforcemnicnt of the pIure food dent. Mr. Roose-elt heard arguments
law. The history o1 this war is on*e and put the matter up to Attorney-
of the nio,-t remarkalleh in the hi- General lionalarte.
tory bly the' (;Go r\ei;iniit to lake it-* In 19i7 Attorney-General ILonaplarte
li:wvs e-ff'cltie. ThrTee- timeii.- ai opini rendered his first decision He held
a has bw e-ii anded down ti h an i that thereT was a difference'te I-tween
i'orneTll(;nc.liial of lthe l iiied Staites. geaiuinie hirke-y and th- imitation
;-:id Itwice' hb a President of the' I'nl- lre"*"ct "rid helded \Wil\'v in his rcn
I-I States and twice ty Federal telntion that the Inilatation article
*ie.-. All the-.se decii.-ill aW-eret uli- Iought to l h s) nitmrke.l
oraille. tio the distillr>.-I Mr. Hlough anld th distiilling' inier
W alien Taft l..'ecat; 19*--ideilit tlih *-.t> a-ke-d fir .a reli-i liut of iti. ca.s.-
, :ort to ise ur,- anll .\eiii\ e iiii.r aiind it sni- rehti l Aft. r a %%hil,.
.tloii wla re ie-d: l aliid t; -ir- .Ait It : I '; : r.ial l ; ij tr l
S -full IhiriniK i lie ,oaiil wi. k iti another oliniionl Ilth -an.;l a- IliI? first
i hl Iithe eill %%1- leoI, 1t, 11 i l i\ The (isilillilig inter r t- tl l l the- ui tl
I ;!'llla at thile lWhit. li:i.- ;aiid on relie-f in thli <( o tlIs ;aiInd a-k e k the

A' ril ,tinaal aar~ma~it waa %'.r, :-&
.,IP4 celal Io-er~iiiv tief''rc- S'ilae mls.r
4 .ral I t4 m sr #iof tI,-I. i -I ujea rtti o4 ,it 4e-1

* f-cr'lliae-ftl tii ccc oi'e-r.,;t' i t1
u rc n [htsir- tit to i oit,. a vt- I I a
r 1 1.c i mt "-i z e~eroi tarv I -'set

Brief Notes Concerning Do-

ings at Natinal

\VASHINI(''( )N .Nul% 'I Tht- miao,-t tht- I hl.hlarari,,l
lmpi ortant iai ni i tl l lt- Nat onal e r.cte Id i t ill (it
-aplital ysiterda. were as follow s scriptrllll 4i a unil
Thrt-e ctte' s-q o d (I oil and awhitel It ad-s-re< dia- Secrcltar of the.
fi; O'ld and ote-d oil during conlldiders- elude-d hl- o ilfe-rei
til*in of the tariff bill in llhe SetiIUate. randanti, o(f the \..r
ti Finalnce t'ournittl.. Ievuailing in ards r-egrding t ll
c., h case. allhoughC 'halr r tiiir l Aldrich ganilat'in l|lan
\ t ided to tlit' de -IrTre of sa r veral I Pr.-ldei.lll al 1a1oill
I 4,<.1i* rii S l.litori for i froe |tl ,i t n>ll a illiaias tio p *
*o-d oll iand .Kagre-, d tio redr luce h dith l tl a ilKgrailiin of th
al>te lead i 4 o 1 il i- .A louIld .ahd (f W\\a.it r (
I'll- itatuee of th<. ll It- i, Ii I,. o i r oif Al.a-k,. .er#.
\\ lit.,her-|

Member of Serenadin

Party Shot in

MOI'LTRIE. Ga May 21 -Wbile
a party of young men were searing
near Hartsaeld. Armiatead Oure. use
of the party. was accidentally shot
by Herbert Deniel Tbe boys were
,aylag tleir respects to a newly

married c',,,tl alnd
arms to add to ith
Three car-lresm udli
caused the accident
through the luung
is erlious


lThi real rr.(mlulnint of- eantaloulne-
will conmnlnee from thh section by
the latter lart of next w-eek. when
t111- w ll Ire forwarded in turlUad lots
from thl point.
There will be some fruit shipped
the first of the coming wee-k. hut the
real c(ttitnii will not c onlrmn,.e until
e'~'ral days later.
MeIlonu and 'loupes both have been
moving rather heavily from the south-
ern part of the State, but the yield
has greatly decreased ping to the
dry weather, and growers having ex-
pIerlienlcd a heavy loms b both blight
and drouth, but it is holed that they
will brinu handsome ptices.
South of (ailuesville the crop will
last only a short while. as In a large
number of places It is lated that the
vines are already burning up and the
little fruit they contain is unsatis-
factory and unsaleable.
In this immediate section the crops
are fine, but nothing like as heavy as
in former years. This as the origi-
nal section In which cantaloupes
were first grown in the State and
the groc-ras probably realize better
when the proper time arrives to plant.

TAI.LAHASKE. May 21.-Appro-
priating tilt sum of $:S.i.OO from the
convict lease fund for the purchase
and equipment of a State prison farm.
the Humphrles bill was Slnal li pr-
ad to third reading by the Senate' yes-
This is regarded as am important
measure. Inasmuch as it is believed
that its passage will mean the taking
of the first step towards the ultimate
abolishing of the present convict lease
The Senate held a two hours' exe-
cutie session In the morning which
aroused greet curiosity. Inasmuch as
the matter under dls iou la Laown
to have been very Impltant and per-
haps sensational.
The executive sesslon followed Im-
mediately upon a secret caucus at-
tended by nine Senators In a comamit-
tee room.
The remainder of the day was de-
voted by the Senate to the considera-
tion of the Williams oyster bill. This
is a most sweeping bill and seeks
to regulate the entire oyster Industry
of the State.


--- -- State sand county uniformity of
whiskey belonging to Tle Clark lia- school extt-books was the subject of
tilling Co. in WashilgtoIL D. ('. a discussion that occupied nearly *be
Meantime the internal revenue di- entire time of the House yesterday.
vision of the Government became a The entire afternoon was devoted to
party to the light. Solicitor Haye- the discussion and adjournment was
for that department formulated ce'r finally taken with no real advance
lain regulations as to the brandinK of made.
distillate and it btwanlac nc*cesh'ar3 for Routine Proceedings.
tltoneu-(;e neral llu,:naliarte again to liouuse taled to order by the speak
inter i., 1i Ila.. has since' 1- r :a' .t i c l 'oellea p;ari lnnr ill tht firm of Mr IA.tt.r to ithe II'se'aker of the
itllo'th Th'l r.-clntiito ih wtiidh twe. Hlstaste from Judge' R. M. (all stating
drawn ii .1lr lia'e*.- weire nolit Lie(t '(i l thata lhe ihadl lno d'efnlite' recollection
*d Iy tlihe Attlornii- (;tleneral. alnd a ,i r. -etftinr anid 1r-clarring that he-
iew ho.li-iior tire-% leiiw re gul;ilii4t ihad iie-i r ius-d a ias a whil e Ioffit'e.
l' Il ah ice.luialled ;ai liiiillltilon whiskey al;ia i. 1 ingli hip fare as do the pub-
** I, l lnarke Ii That wais .lily 1. ii.
""" Introduction of Sills.
l- r tle- tIi.l o tihn ir tet cas. Ie I
iiltiig froai the i',ii, o ('l.irk IIc 1i- i ll. tl y I r ulan e--) l ali-
ili k i ,th ils:l, ii -oi t itlii 4 !.t ,. l t.i\ di. tri( lts a d anl
I.I d,1, filla l- si i I I : 'l:i-i. i. l tlhorizigia the I -suanle of ieniads.
liIri h. l l of e di-lIll hv r Ma Willianais -
iiral, i lis i; e i .lu Ii ll ei l.aiin. .10 divdinig of ioulllaie- iito
t it, Ir- i nii, ndd d(I. :ictcp
r,.. ,if P,'.-ria. III. Ihat other honle c
IlIiif.' Ii11. t. (onn iliiilh ,,,--p re. .rll h
of diHlllhtd (.rod(liiefi Ilo h JiidKr.r
elf di .lo-d r eit lic d t-o ina IIg the nallilir ofl tax a sesanments,
dI,.idded alioll Ih0 liiine, laid down In
idt-d arag thi- lne laiddu t Iand for tbv disi, ou of countless unto
I oai>ial te-i c, nlma i li .- Oi('ce- a aIi thi lit
I le-. tx district.
.inI of ithe- Fr. Idile t i las a ghallit h id
....... ,.... House IIlli. by Mr. 'ash-To proa

ir ,l" [Ilirt.e 'iI ihrt", lit 1 at e u eIlarlIIl.
.14md 1 Ilarlte, the- latter again refusing to in
of Ilndlue|.lidei.ice t'r* c'1''
Sb I, uhbllc ub Thile a PIreisidential election Inter
killed Iith liniprc-e elit'd New ucoi'ilnl was brought II
The Iioan .los Cho(ate. late niainlster
Na\v Mteyer lo- to t4Gre" Ilritali. an. d Lawrencer Max
it' wi th the comi 'sell. the' e-li1knorio attorney of ('i.
iouhs Eastern-ri ia clinatl. took up the beaten lIth t,1
i* N, elwrr- re r thet Wite Houe- There werec molm
Inw pha-ehM of the whbike.y matter
inatloln of Will *hih the.- 'w aiiiil to pre, e-lltl %Ir
* .-faailall o f[..e- r of Talt acc (,rde.d ~ ir i a hearing The.
p,.rt of Ne-wt York li ara"lig'aK I. rolrnii ged and thet nia*
'Lark I. l. (;t e o .r t-.r a.A- r. oli-s ,, .I foruallr I. and iMr
onlfiid ii th* h Taft c'all. ic an Sel r-ito'r-( ner l 114t
a ra aI I 'i k' i) ititll o to ake. \lde-i',-

W rT- Ia -I I ll taki( i llilK ldi ie all
oe (1its 1I1 liah .irilig argulieslaitr On)
April s I 1!e' ilhe -, hearlinlga ended
IllOce. aallan I- ilslltatili ll hink,'
.n inantatleo or l iat lno(' Will I mi.
un d r "" 'd(or ill 1i niot" WIll he
dihmlldlolin of ludret Thumnpleorli Sld
Lung uulHuiibre. of Attorney Gee-ral i\ma
aartl- anld Pre-ildent l oouoes-lIt
*ltbh Iother oo numerous to Iuieiantle
were using flrre -~ uihld,' ()r will they Ib ovtr-
r dia and ools- ruled'
ug of a pistol -
Gore was shot eep your eye oa the wast ada.
sad bil (eudltiou There asy tbe osobetha advrertad
whicb It of latraest tIo FM

SIde for the holding of tnquest over
modles of convicts.
House joint resolution, by Mr.
Smith --Proposing a constitutional
amendment relating to saurae.
House Hill, by Mr. Brown-To In-
corporate the Palm Reach. Okeebho-
bee and Punta Gorda Railroad Com-
Vills an Third Readinl.
House Hill No. 216. by Mr. Carter-
Relating to the challenge of Jurors.
Special order for all school book
bills was then called.
The House resolved Itself t to a
committee of the whole to coialder
this subject
The committee meetlal was began
with Mr. Malone in the chair.
The bills of Messrs. Cara. Bylra
Doke. Wall ad Roberso wre ret
discussed, Mr. Car giving a IMg
and logical explaaatlon of the plan
suggested by his bill. la tdemta
making a small creade agalast the
Amerteaa Book Company.
The practical yourg scool t La- er
and former .emem u m t ademt of
Marion held up several dtleret pairs
of books. apparently the sa- biks.
lie Invited anyone to point eat any
dilference in the texts, while the ea
tracts of prices uaadr alsforly aW
otherwise were ladeed strillkt
Mr. Doke very ably disacused his
measure. which provides for eolty
uniformity of text-ooks rather thi
State uniformity.
Next came Mr. iynam. whoae b11
surgeasts the establishment of a State
printing plant to pubUsh the State
school hooks as well as the uual
State printing, also providing for the
compiling of the school books of
Mr. Iltnum said that some of the
lproninent educators had told him
that there were not eople in
Flerlda who could write our text-
books. "lut." said Mr. Rynum. "r'
want to say to you. gentalemn, that
I hate iicvt.r I-.en in but one school
house in I)my life and did not receive
the education that I should have lik-
e.d. but If I can't wilted aome of the
lbockh that are used up to the twelfth
grade I am 1not in this house this
morning Mr. Ilynum's argument

(Contnued 03 Next Page.) "

* A

Georgia Railroad Strike

Assumes Serious Aspect

m-nolsatioial de-
an cou('Ulae'tiia C
ie ti'iin on the-

>H-hadl oi lit-
-trike. on i '
Slie forlllill .1pp'
Ge'orgia Itailkroi
Ihoiriei teo tak

May .I1 -Thebre a .r tour entire joint board at AllataL at
.veo.lielilts t e.rda thte shortest possible notice "
hiil i. t trik- elliI Government Get Complaint.
(i*oirKla !-ai roaliti ii -
ar ltall de-lies-. thal the striking
it ltoil I a ril at1 o arcemica hate btea connected with
rcaI Iil the" Hi outIh. lla s'cS il tLolul-hee on Ithe- (-o Ia l-
*.-i hc, effli ials f ti4l rnwacd and irtliuadationl of strLte break-

id l I0, e i 1h. tdrc. l aa i
. ii l1ia iid in Iorlder e,i

lafe-glulrd the lmaill-
The follow ing telegram was seni l
t(, the eine-ral clhalrrnira ,If lhe. fir,
rntla of e-ter road Ina the' Houth hlv
E A aill of Toronto, Can(ada. slco-
preside-it of the Order of lucomotlte
rPrenmen and agluaeni-n. who is here
In charge of the strike
tuattoma on the railroad asamm
Ing serious aspet. Company foretdi
negro suparea e May have to make
the white man's cause a Natloaal oa*

I'lilted Hlate- Istlrlict Attorney

Tate. ald thai rcoplainsIs had Ibs
flied sltb hi office by the officials
ft tih (Georgla Railroad with refer-
-seice te (bthe- delay of the malls on
account of the demonstratlons agalast*
argro f-rrit-i I e added that tMh
cumeplalnt ere btwlag laveetlgald.
Mayn) rmord bhave riebed tlh
city of alleged deoatratlas agalates
negro Breii ami the leergi Rail-
road Wedoedeaar dl nd yeae ay.
but m t of the i s appeared to

Hold yourself Ia readlae* to onvene te without f oualloa


^iS- + '



~? fbWS~ IICM R[R BM(


ft koon.I Con ckrs Not toe
SIjury JRulted fro-a
Ltit.VdW.e Esapade I

ah @Aisa- --- h -ih emCbraces

ON a s p&e I a.ll. We.
S- ti Sa perfeetWoi is
I toM M is i Mpreert

Cw do O M
W St e iv, to keepa

a m in or eban e l I
3BAASA as- o We wor1

a *, while. or iaag. e earte
Iut u, met y ,ears Is
a-1 i/ tb; l 2@10 meto

am y-1 wi Ne a affchow
E e- s at we Ia v
f M u pl,. wr
U Ifat- to es
mome / OMllen*l thy b
ll Ll as met live

Oot ay -- te

wjr eo wal.t
La gaImIeI Go 4111n 1

D~ WLti fr e momuti

oo iO p&Iebd IlssI
Ow weimull IV IMMN IIIsw

a" tr met atd aemese e

i-. -ed Ie smt is ll
1-gg -I tie s*e9 afd whav ls

we ii1 i meinmid
i -' rt -li- iL b
i iamo i;k to ram ab.te tio
to wst"uwMread.s

A v ggof anol g c parmy
MA e- D e wbhe oary ut areb
the ke U ratoee aleairs of l
S L mive to ate et-vet yay
S e l ls u lmer Iarorng network

IM Mo l dignm i Wte a ndt ored ofd
m. s tew r. His ldd

A tme at mei of the leae ma

MAi i w melaf thy, f tr eil o l
"G o devoe th IdI hw
Me w rey ao al t do e hwo
K. TI b Sv to e ned evety day

ghap ad GM dItty and l loy snad

T r to an to mN without g l-
be ti o ye te io rwe truly inort
A Iv mii km wlye mayi

gWAe imey igante leyiure ma
O thm wIri oa las aed

IMb t hpr ow Oealfo totl. wi t
[ s a mwmIr fhe tofeword t

e the lur IcEtho ugihrte
S ab. t t tIo lif e th e Lfr endll

'IOse ayd haveg please Thte
Waho bay th s es t d i na l k. o

Oit ei r ow-n to ae to tl haVe a
Sin pweae, te clay antwerod.
ST a wd an pie olf colWen ca).r
13t I r pIavd for esome meeL lnc
th e meany of a wse, and the qIualty-
po my tohpey was cgdU avue r and

Thg sanded gra t Ildas of the

th evau e s: "o o L no mpany
A a l her a was to tme altya ut ni
Ad by then tae bealapc to te oclla
;Ye S age.f Serthe, cly aswred.

wbf ho ha bek for itself so small
a boa. repMie IMall as It Is.
I wi I --" Im It wih rieuds
Twee are. -d. as a wise man
vwouwi ae nm d Isn"
ea"i. The seestest and meet

oes IroNd II mels l msnds ".
The Ibt fPl tImWat oW tb C

I M Psitiw"Way Ingrdients of

A New T< r frierld rf Cr tiso r. wri;te
os f.ltowagn terrrtitn letter. -
I "My there yrar (4d son and .hir.
lu bt put to bed ca a tnp acr *s
SAtlantic. Inr tiated t.' stal.-
sI and rleated a x 'f f gra:'i
:gr and a boha c Cmuicua ( Ot-
W'm a arm-b was mase ior the
M a found empty and the kid
thl t be hbs eates the r a-
fid de eatie bos prd oa the
It md Aim na a ald oMi
mtd ..: 6* bm* vim abs.

ir W 100 ta its applous to

SM m o~at ia as oiar o-
i I l /mr Mm IOshd b o t
m v weaRaw ha m c m i -ia O-

S. C C.work I. pule benefit. Man
ahaM aet Mtv for himself alose.
Mshop Vimet says: "The true
-halt***l* cares for Ndeas. but cares
moar fori fe; be ha lofty Ideals
ut puts forth daily elorts; he has
lare opma for the future, but does
all be can to All the present with
service; be emphasizes culture, but
glories character; has faith In God.
but Uves to help his fellow-man."

Mr. Gaakins Pleased.
Messrs. Phlfer Iros. City.
Gents-I ualint to .v i lli I A.
the winner of the fine gold atltc'h Iatl
Saturday night that )oii ar.-' Kti\i
away eCery se.-k to the- pliersoi n riii
inlug In the gi.alte-,. amount of (Cu-
iunrs. and that I an highly |l: ***i.1
lihh thI. satch It ih A \ '* h.icd
siorlc gold a < il h ca .e i,'at r;arnt.' -t fri
tell )eatr. aid iha. .s~'iitl, E iti
nlovemealt and ln a Ilo1' w itli. kk---'r r
I prise the watch Try) hiJhl. and
will always il-ak a gole wIordc for
)our elnlirlPih-!K frlni
Ver truly.
Everybody ai likel) to, h.aie kidri
and bladder trouble- lu fact i;,-arl!
everybody has some trouble of this
kind. That Is the re.aon why you Mo
fdtten have palns In the back and
groin. acalding sensation. urinary dis-
orders. etc.-thatl' your kidne Th.e
lest thing to do is to get sioult of
DeWitt's Kidney and Illadder 'il.
right awa). Take thb'ia for a fA da.>r
or a week or so and you will fe-e1 all
right. In this way, too. )ou aill
award ol dangerous and pLssn ile,
serious ailments. They are pe-rfe-t il
harnlless.m and arc not only autit<10tIc
but allay pain quickly by their proul
erties S ud your nIIaeo to V. ('. Ik-
W%'it & Co., (hicas, for a fre. trial
box. The'y are sold hlire- by all druK
Lat a want ad. nejoUate a trade
for yoe-of something you don't need
for someLting you do.

Itcbing, bl le-dtiu. lirotaudiig t
bllud ppleis Orld to Ikwan s (lillii"e-l
'hronic ca(-4 1o nU rt li.e id. nalAil
cured. Irugists all s.ll It


(CoUtinued from Page One .
sas forceful and to the inllit. oft-n
Interrupted by applaud".
Mr Wall then in a %ery felw mord-
put forth his measure.
Then Mr Farrla bill wa taken up
birh simply pr'sil-es. for th -co rmlnt
Ift.rii!-hing fr# twwx ks f,.r childr.-i.
Sho art not atle to buv th.eni for
thenmwi-,es on account of povert y
,Mr. Fan ril dl.fnd.-d his bill.
SMoti in by Mr. Iilhtur to allow,
Profb I'hilllt, and Snadi.r tto addr.c-.
the conutllittce s aI lost.
Afternoon Season.
Mr. Stokes* off.re-,l an aniendment
'to House 11il No. 11t;. concerning th,
State unifrnuli of school lmoks. The
amendment covered the liurl|we ol
Mr. Farrin' bill to furnslh frie books
to certain classes. Adopted.
I Amendment by Mr. KniKht. prohlb
SItltn any two members of the com-
mItteQ being called fr:)c the anme
count -. Adoite..
Bil weat to committee a engross-
ed wls
Committee appointed by the Speak-
er by order of previous resolution to
Investigate the report of the State
Auditor coacernlag the Tampa Fair
Aasoclatlonm expenditures and to
MSet what action by the House
to b take.
'pon the committee were Messrs.
Car., Brown. and Striner.
Motio made to Indefinitely po.t-
pose Mr. Doke's bill for county uni-
formity of text-books.
Mr. Hilburn supported the Doke
bill by a speech.
Mr. Conway opposed State uniform.
Ity. followed by Mr. Robercton. who
favored uniformity for the State.
Mr. Knight then ,poke. favoring
State uniformity. followed ty v-
MacWilliams. who lspoke and l,0ad
teleIrams from other States whi. h
were received yesterday. oppos a'is
State uniformity.
House adjourned in midst of M.r
MacWIlliani t' kt

A Living Skelton
Is the final condition of any child
that has worms if It lives. Think
of having something In your stomach
that eats all you take as nourihnment
Nine-tenthh of the babts have worm
maybe yours has. lie certain that
It has not by giving it White'* Creaa.
Vermifuge--*t cr~xel all worms and
is a tonic for tUe baby. Pi irk LI.,
cents. Sold by W. M. Johnson.


In the In ti i: I' it t' I n .
Sil at, N~ r'l. I-tri,' i'" :
idla li I':.| II |kli it. iI I i .
tt r o( I u'iid. i i- i '.fi 'lt. k
eVoluintarI l.arkril. I. ..

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.f, ,'-ai l a1 I,.I'Ikr~,It

Jdlt tla t M. > iiri ;ArL I I: li. A .ii:
.\i t I l( Ih ,i, 1* I L ;I .. : th I i It,
JiA l ,'- t l a'.kr | t. ;itIi" 1 :';HI tll I1. 1

rtugl w ill !+.. h bli .it (I.n lr Ill.. Fh'lor
Ida. In i 1fft of I lairk &t '.. I.li, ,1 i
t .- itllh *la.\ .)iih A I 1 r '''/ .,'
I o i ueH k in tl lfil ir iiA. .it lid I
tlime- the- said (re-diteor,. nia. a't, liii
prose thel r criali l a. a c >lit a tru-l t
r**alrlire the bantlkrupt. anil trai -.< i
.ueh other ltllilhe-s,' a" nra> liroA-rl.e
This tih :l\t day of 1a. A I)
!r* Till.t iS \\ Fl1KI.iINl.
I He-fe Ill lttl Illh Florlild1.

Whether from coldis. heat. tCli&iat:
Sefrlouus troub.es. Cainde- uil

relihe y'u it liquid -Ie l.ia.it te
take-acts iume diteily. Tr) It lut
:Sc and 50c at all drug stor
Want ad\ rttling is a force whict
,uu cAr harrirne. sliad illb hitch )oL
an drive your plans ad purpos u
o any desired desUnatlo
It It's prluted stationery you walt
rhe Sun ofie is the place to get it

1 Despaireand Despondncy
Me en bw a we sm #A the s o f Ow enm th
4MG&d O dOPmmdWT "umdby Wornoswho qeg
dv 6;iu sof WIUet mhsk p anbme .W imor& n s od
'o do dlawa m a.6 dtd lop-m b Oorg tom s are
mistii. The eortum so brevey eadursd cor.
19Me s ervesif load e~sioued.
rw mos Favori"s Puuerioe is a a positive m l
weoksm mm--=d s.. of .1 e ke inso eormmis.

St eHllys ,tlesmwrtion, heels eleratioa esd *onthre rain.
It toes Id bsilds ip the nervt. It fi t lor cftlho.I,
S' -* and .otherliood. l:ooest medicine dealers sell it. and
bae nothil to urge upu **o as t as good."
It s non-ecrt. ao-lcoholc and h a record of forty years of cares.
AIl Yol a Nurcsoas. They proably know of some of its many cure.
If you want a t.( k th:t telts all about woa.'s ds(ee,. aid how to cure
hem at bow. s 21 one-cea stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost. fm.ilinl
s5oe and he wll send e. a free eo of his great thousand-.pee ill.trated
Common Sete \lieqical Adviser-revised. up-to date edition. in pepper co'rs.
sla haidsome clot'b-hindinAt. 31 stamps. AdJres Dr. R.\'. Pierce, Mkalo. N.Y.



-F. B. MYERS, Mana--

IDon't Iw nii!* for none an
so gLood as tlis.


Manic rsftd

0 0 8 -1 iu-, FbriI

I I-

Laehm to.JUMPAN





Fire, Life and Accident .la hlde.t a .

G. S. Merchant & Co.
Ietaller sann Jorber tin

Staple and Fancy Crocerics

Graiq, Gardeq Seed aqd Ftrtilizers
HigheIt market price paid for Chickens, Eggs and othot Produce.

A Complete stoKt of LHay, Cora. Oats. iour. Uran. '.ael. Cotta
eed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very Set goods
t Lowest Prices. ad guarsatee satlactUona: ,ay.

|Don't Be Caught Napping

4 liu! Ooillig ;111.1

liLtk etIh wi,.v virgilns hlave

I'uriing it your hou-e

atchre fire, duriiig the

height, '11141 all1 instilll"Ilet.
~lic tucywked afely ;iwa%
hart will covt- ymr~(ll lo-r

In likeL thIe t-CilI: j

L. M, UMAU, 9 Agi, kpin iri Fkr

Seldom trouble the man who is known to
keep his money in the Bank. Money
deposited with us is SAFE from theft or
fire :

The Doctors First question
"Mow ae your owem?" TisM is eneraly the rst question the
irlb He know what a u ver means. He knows
B ous a ttack. into impure blood, are
~i )ro-f~yird by a gtw liver pill. Ask him if he
i,.!. T etlci ti:,.w ti.> adtvic f 0 'f

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But1 I.,. ''Lill

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Other Matters Per;anong to Corn
v'encement Exercrses of the
r V, r ;' or" .0r *

l e ,' I. r, 1 ', I i 1 i' A

%% hi II I i z i %,

I t'.pl that v I. ;.' .... '
It 'A as Iat fllu t i 1 .i .i, 1I to ) \I i, 1 4
s nrl c Icr ili lti l ilia Troriu i.t
G;iilwe.- lih* l lll h .' i ,q ol. I0 1,1 1 i
llt'\c d that tiis I | ii l ;i.i .
,ro ed inadeiiuat- tIo cconi.n' ilii .i
the pI 'opjle ti at %*!1l iite d. h, i.- '
the chanll'.
The sri ice's. which n ill Iw (oiiduct'
ed by Rev. Curry) IIIl begin at lI:::i
a. m. on Sunday morninilg. anid th,
night services at I ,. n.
This change in the original an
nouncement ill lIe niore at if < Itor
and the fact that I)r. Curry I so o 'ell
known in Gaines ille I. evidence th Ia
the large building wiel Iw well oxci
pied during these seririce.. ie ma:i.
for a number of ears pIastor of the,
Presbyterlan church here. and isL
esteemed very highly by memiere. of
all denominations.
Monday morning the contests in
declamalion will take place bewtRe.en
members of the Freshmen and RSolho
more classes, and Mondavy veeningthe'
oratorical contests between stude'ntt
In the Junior and Scnior classes will
be held.
The final exercises of the conm-
mencement will take pIlace Tuesday

A Happy Father
Is soon turned to a tad one' If ht
bas to walk the floor every night with
a crying baby. McG(ee's tlaby Elixir
will make the child well soothe Its
nerves. Induce healthy. normal! luiu
ber. Lest for disordered bowels and
sour stomach-all teething hablth~"
need it. Pleasant to take. sure. a 'J
rafe, contains no harmful drugs.
Price 2.1 and .' Ients per bottle. Sold
L3 W. M. Johnson.



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, goes

farther, spreads easier

than any other paint

on the market today.

See our show window

display of Draper &

Maynard Base Ball


Truth and



appeal to the Wcll-llihfrme in ever)
Ialk of life an! ar., ...*t i1 to prmanent
IuCCcr*4 and'l (rr.l,t l.11* -t.In el Airor.
ingliy, it i n t I ,iluml i. \ I t r of I i*z,
a&ti I1 lr (of S n. i. tIli. ,'yiv ro ieo h" v f
kn t, n e rlir ', |i ,T i- .f i nv r, :.->n-
*. I9 I ,; I 0 l i 1 *, I

S. 1 ,- I

p .rt. .tl. kn ', i t :aiit ;,';'ro\vIl It
.y .t i fr fl I :Iill I jecti. tl .
*! .l,' .l-:!, t.irce. To gp't it, l 'n,'thi ..'
'T ': :; I v- ir! ',' 1-. tli ~i n r'nit
nnuif. tur.',i l y ill' ('.Jl,fmrni: l'ig S4yrui
,, only, anil fir al ld by all eIding drug.


A. A. Weaver Will Have Ne v Co..
crete Building for Laundry.
It war learned Frid;ia that S A
Weaver will ha.v- a nIi'w cnllcrrt.e
bulldiin erected for laundry) Iourliti.-
and that the isanme ill Ite uilt
by Major Thomas on a %acant corner
lot just west of the T. & .I. railway.
Mr. We-a\~er states that all mnchiih
e*ry has tbeen ordered for tith Ila;cr
and while it had Iwieni laced ,loni(
n.eforl'. he' now feels confident that he
will smn be in the iinew house (i ii
v eniently arrange-d and Itottler e-nable,*
to take care of his business.
The, fact that Major Tluhoia h..:
agreed to erect the building shors
that he rill be delayed only a short
while, and during this time he will
continue to handle his business as at
This will be a suitable place for
such an enterprise. and the only di.--
advantage in that it is not as con\l ii
ient for his dropl" hus-inest. ats forin
,.rl .

Card From A. Dolan, Veterinarian.
To the Patrons of S.r. J. S. (oodei'
. nd the (Geiinral Itlhil: I hatve this
week tested thirty -nine head of milch
row1 s with tultwrculinte toxin. tlhe retgu
lar te4-t alpplietd for the de.tec-tion of
tubtlrculolis in cattle. and found noe
tlciatiion of te.llilerturfe ill thefs
thirt.-i niie head of cattle Ito irdicat
Ilan tul,eirculh.is (,r .lnuffi"ii t Ii.t ('!
t(niiiieraturte to justify. any (ont (,f
these thirty-nine head of cattle to Ibe
hel,.I f,r fur;ht r t tst.
SSiAt ed A. IN)IAN.

I take thi.- lli,'.il4In of th.aiikiigK tht
( i1 \ :;. I I l : '' :
lwifr fr thlieir kiiillint.- ;ali! ;i- lit.-. l

:' ; It .,i l l M r (t I;, K l| hul
la- i .-I I 1 n I ; ; tir, <1 ; il i \n

' i fl ( i ilk wl iu ]i f':iil l hir **stir
i'i1i il1 13 l ll 1o I I \
4 A 1i<4i.H \ *.
i .i

Boys Will Be Boys
And are. aiaR s geltinuK lu rr.rt(clie-
cuts, ilpralin. lruii..e-. lUl'-., bullin
or scalds. Don't neghlct iuch thinig-
-they may result ieriouily If ) ou
do. Apply Ilallard Snow I.lnlihenti
according to directions right awa)
and It rill relilee the Plaln and heal
the troulile. I'rice '.'c. lc and 81 O0.
Soldl li W\. M. Johnson.

Micanopy Wins With Ease.
The" .l aii' I| .\ ulioIr ll .'l"ll 'i i
<-Iite l .t i lele- rl;it. lfor th. |Iliri.'~"-
of "'tle'<hii Up" I the (*alll 's 1ill, ,*I
ir- .:,>! 'li ,.' kil- .iiel lull'. -i 1:1 c* .I "*irl:w i I.. ^ 11I^'

A 10 ".!. It w, 1 4 .

A Sr e



i 1i% I

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'*' el li e-1 I I 'A 1, I L il I

I loull .-01 Hle htei l1e en 1
the past year and part of
n.s unable to leave his Ied
io-tlther wR ilt his Ir-t int
lproe 'n hardly 1!:1

Another Account.
Presbyteriain nanse. occi
the family of Rev. (;. E. 1
was burned here today alb
1'he fire originated in t he
near the flue. and the' roel
lan:'s ti'fore) It wa.4 d
IoA.t of the furniture wiars s.
the fal'il will mI"vre ilnt
4mlien(e on northh Fir-t aoe nli
by Mr. J. C. Stephens.
Great excitement iprevaih
while, an three other house
from the parks. those of .
\Wotod. Miss Iillie Sunmll.r
%acant house. Judge Itexle,
was In the greatest expwI
only by the strenuous eff.i
heroic %oluntee.r fire Ilan
, ed

=Tmt~l~ii".hinxkc -'
Lk~g&Lc~~* I'h ~IL iLb 'I )

: I~Rdroms Di*sionT bchtrl't.
'.i .e 4 tOm~rhnenr~~~

ae' te' Mlr *-*; :~

and this.

f"ar.Sw ch
"I.-The mos andLOsOs Sir laKEr
upied by
'how ititoil. rwLrarr
Lout noo~n. i Awro
kitchen. t NEW yoRK.

if was In
a\ed. and
the' re-ti-
ite ow lied

ed for a
es caught
rs. P. P
s. and a
*y's home
Iure, and
rts of an
d ras it

Rev. I. W. Williamson's Letter.
Rev. I. W. Williamson. Huntington.
V. Va.. writes: "T1his is to certify
that I used Foley's Kidney Remedy
for nervous exhaustion and kidney
trouble and ant free to say that It
%Ill do all that you claim for it."
Poley's Kidney Remedy has restored
health and strength to thousands of
Ac ak. run down Ieolpl Contains no
harmfull drugs and is pleasant t' take.
J. W. McCollumn & Co.

Notice to the Public.
Thil (saiineI-Ill,' I a;tir ( ,eto
'-stalhrook. pIrop)rieltor. d.-ire'. to an
Il ir t.1114- 111 .it 1 1 r'III 4ioc l4 -o**f, I I A
ii officer of tie al at Ituard eIl
i .ills. ; iip o t d tl l iill fi ;r Ij!
I, rf ..i.i l il Ij 1 n' ill ;I 1.'0 r
.e. tl l.e': ltii. -,i,!'l ie .' A ll w i r
t I. S-' 01 I ith t le,t' i ii 1 i "t ,
i .i litr tI (I. anill 1e i- flullliu l tl I
| rf',.tll\ lr, I r n ii ;t > (lll d, r,.< ol
,.1 I .li. 4.. i*l r iii'a it. ( it-iiil ) o- f
..1 ." ; ii t .e9i,<
'i1. i :fi .l i 1 0 I"'l, t; 0 1.4i
i-l ( [ l ion1 o ofi Ih' dl.ir andii foeneii
1.,iit. in a i l0 n .iaihl s mitAary condi
tlion. All nilk \, e ~-c-l ililudinK bot
Itle'. ar. thioroui htl rlstrilized each
(ia. which add- nncih to the cleanli
lir .- Ol the. ei.t:,l\

Vagaries of a Cold.
You caln lne. r In- |quite sure where'
a cold i, K'gil t II htli t iu In the fall
and Rinte'r It nai;y etllte In the bowels.
iroeduiinigK vrc'I pain In the sum-
mer it iaiU girv lu colic i Ith diar-

rthimii-. or i1i1i1 r c npilalnlkt 1k) 1101
I>. al oili. 41l oi toriir lit it iourmelf ilth
f ;ir- (f .alI- livitini- or inflamimation
,I1 i i.- l> el- At the, first iiKg l of the I
],;1 ii I ,: i laii*,, tak e' l'-'rry li li% ilin-
kill. r I it1 w;rin .~-I **t'-ne-d wilter and
re-li f w ill <,lii, it di( ice' There I he ut
P.:. I i, 'Ikill i l'- i' i r l I i n'. It I m m
iint ilI. i1, ;a la i .t ', \ a" -" .11 :,l '. Q
t 1, ro il;ir .I,*( ri zIw
it-W -11 4 AS iffi.flkll**

BUm -WaUI *&J.. uaM8 rUueM.

Model 10 Bick Runabout
(*"White Streak") fully equip.
p d with AIlt istic folding
.w -1 lri it.- t ts.irk.
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Bears iho



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V For Over

Thirty Years

-_ll gl

If intownted l in thr Shbj)et of rormt Sjl ofI ft
Ju W DSEt onr for awy society fmeation or for yer Iin
car__ m-, oCur PinplM of e*gravLg.
We do anything i thia lino umd guarantee m
faction. You sill alm omd oar prie ailMsory.
If prrlrnrd will aed srmpl to iyer borme
that you can make a relwction at l late.




0000 FOR



Ti ipmn may hIe at4 at
ialrtel et ithi U t ('ontellt.

Tim- Stin o on ow at eitdwr o tu of ms ei o
NOrT (0r 91) AtlER WAY 31, 100

Li-T v.v- TTvv Tv- w WW W T T

Are YOUBei g "Hute


One of today's waat ads. y be uatifl i ye-ra- aol
ig the dity for yom It my have a 0 e h .r y- e of rlpt
personal importance--me that, wbh yn t it, id hied
it, may cbhaoe tuh ineldiato ourrnts of yawr ltivitieO, of
your intereto--ray oeve place au l aad aMet yes ew
environments, new a sociat; may give n yo a antinly e
start in a busiuns way.
Isn't it worth wile to try to lad oat whether tis ay
not be true-tod: y, tomorrow, or very seea


Groceries a Grain
i n1 1 '1:, TI; 1 ONLY

No Order Too Large
SB.tt Phones 215 IMNESILLE. FLOUm




'Loss WI Reach About $3.000 and Isl
a ever Lcss to Chu-c,
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The Federal Depawtmit o Atgrsful

i ieaM Iman ie n be s wee diea
b"e to H msevee dof the tpeiuts
man... at th sme time make their
...t.is qte as pre~lsbie. If mat more
pieOtabla, thea betfre. Pismt pea-
Daos e. s ta bulaMtl. Expert W.
IL aseatle et the asdartmout bas
e-mpmuee w t ed the sel and llmate of the
it toNt L.r eF seeteas plagued by the weertl. and
gave It as his opialoa that they are
f d1 kan~~ T *ie1,N1 aawenenotly adapted to peanut culture
Moreover. not only will peanuts (n
a few yvers rid the aads of boll
era -eevel sIer but If the vince are
u.rned muer. the lands will be great.
0.e ,oly onr.ebd. The vine of this plant
ae quite as eVerlive as preavines In
S .his~"da"mm a e aveyl anarogen to the soil.
agem o -e se a ^ aft has bees only about thirty
6 01 01 On 20 O ..Msrs-- l sace the peanut became a crop
a~~ wM~V Ir aatn.1 ay itportane nla this country.
Srim-. M* t year t he alue of It amounted to
o tt,0I"I with Vstrlms.l the two
of a e an-saw am. "' T a smasee a ad w Geort la
A hd sem .reclag pratlealty the ettre out

at- o ev.e -- t mm We p- all
SIN P__. wthM t he at et" asrm a pea t ar
to pesima meveine sam irus
Mond w aoth cnd baeaIm

t. m t Ml p Me ssemtoage
Sw afo a esba s neL o ansed pe a
-mtm t w"a may asem and manuet
S.amre O F o pow et emla the I
pd aa..f We I have, ito, ap-
_at w sm eot "pma" bri tle," a

so- *aw thae a ll ba i ae the

T- t'caalil Ill (lg r rofiewl ok to the p, u t p cHe
S-The p wLt lo aew a d O or tueh
M "worm lAd that is .alme tee poor to
ua maYthieg eMWs. The vine makes
a s .n t fsr Catte.
m d a naem. easlsit eu.tou.er whe tarn
ed mder the sel after the crop of
"usn h .as bess gathered. Hgs.
W o I ahis ume aed iat h ea passed a n m quickly wax
D adof Ira m osh Peanut meal
Mined withe co seed mewa or other I
S09 "m ams rightmew dary fete esrtchee and Increases the
ON ada vI a r or N ow oo milk.h ennut oil is a stand
dr artilee of commerce. Havi t in
Mm"Tview the foresolng facts. there is not
the sltes.t possibility that the pro-
16 em ber to pr durtie of peanuts would overstock
T-.Ugvwth a spply al u. themarket for a great many years.
.0. There'll he mnthis d IThere Is ms osht of the cottonseed
market, bemase there is a ready do
mand for a of the cottonseed prod-
ISeS wi"h his iOheMtio man- acts that can be raised and manufac-
11M011d bAst b" Dr. Charl"* W. tured. And so it would be in the
retmaired from the preIdeucy case m f peanuts. Being a sell-builder
o uwara U adversity. and a cattle-fattener, and at the
-wsame time a boll-weevl-killr. we
th thatla Managers of New look to the peanut to hell much ain
T V City have decided to acknowl- the enriching of the cotton belt.
e aso newspaper critic who speaks Satanah N*- ka
Sveus l y of their houses and their

S N M arlD a i.es Sut" is a bead- liritiih tld ge, th!! 4,t ir ro

M I nas Mastar paper. Rather em-
haaslag ar Nellie. a would say. but
- pe e had a goodly supply when
It o bf happened.

TM wo- Sadlsas present at the
-ggi- a eless e the Gainesville-
UIh Behl T'raoday and Friday
l s is pee that ar people have
S0 p r ayeatl of the stitsu-

STlmesmliam*t "Short Talks
a: It doe seem strange that the
NlOon I-dtee abhoul he asked
i a a law rerlrtnm all sheriffs.
M --I- ad M lice mCeers to en-
e te law. What ele are they

T -) (- oew < Dem m
My: W. J. Br Tam aM the Dwco-
. IoI m 0th0 liftedd .has
bm the 4imae boree Is the ma
m e hke bonw rumingl for the-
LIamey. It Is hard e Qugh to bear
f -alaJ hurdes of a Republican
S wI -ment. but to be made repl l
e hr it besid- looks Uke rubbing

The Melsememt eww paper in Au-ir
m has hbea found, s a) The (o'uaI r
I Cnatm. It o Thei Ked ird M it,
i Juewal. published at th town ,o
ld Ird, Ark. This town l i
Oid Iae the nearest railroad sta
t. be mtles from the neiarew. pI -
sMl amd two mile* Iromu the near.
S"L. The t own consists uol o,
g b ---S. m he stable. aud Uond b.-
aweapOW eJW. It is situatediI I
thIe md a a two-erre cl-a ugla *
auelsd by i"rleal Lurvas.

vide- for the, taxii:. of t( e t ui, rti.-d
l rintrin t of t L vr.ilue of I:ntd to the
extenlt of uei-fift h ,f theit lit r. iir :.t
In tIbi tihe principle of li.ier>
George-', land tax d-itrlne has bt-eei
adopted in pArt. (f tw>ur.- thte gr. .t
land ous ers aiind nilitll of fr:KIla'id
make loud lanmenitaat io over it and
doubtless think tha' tl.. cuui:tr., I
goan to the dg,Ks
Yet they bae but thlm.u-,e-l'l to,
blame for the tax. In crountrlTv like-
England where the amount of land ir
limited and the. population dense the
large area. of land dvcoted to great
parks and remaining unimproved
work great injury and is largely re-
spoasible for the destltution of great
masses of the Ipople. If this land
were put under cultlatlon employ)-
meut would be found for aliial thou
sands aud Englaud would not tbe so
dependent upon other countries for
its food suppl,
But the I ,a! 1I! a ll. and the.
wealthy landon -rs who aest the al
ue of that land licrr.-ae through Ino,
action of their town hate paid Iut lt
tie taxes upIon it while other ipeop ile
hate bad to I. air ti w burdla As an
Instance the-re, the i re-at park
around ('rdiffn (atl- It It rtulat' !
right in the- heart of iti. ctl) iad i.-
worth anl lilitlre nt au1. )et it It
rated at InIlt (I*'"* a earr hitl a
tailor a shop %'A-' r rl. Bsa I. rated
at $4,7 *.' The. Itrtish ic veri nieit
ipropoe to ,.t le-.tt ltartiall rerueidv
sucb asu abu-' a.d t though the land
owners are- turainL the g.e.-munieiit
for It the- inatlion has tgod r-aweu to

If yo have touad anything ee If
is as aertlaed I. the Wautl laaIas.


The Wvlity ao oM amd mlas-
Utl -1 8ti s t smaae Is sral-
I reueIma. That the Frerh om-
erommnt ha deted to ioek her
wtth syadIitema ad force a rists.
sdsea. M that the siteetio is es-
tfely ge s tat t t It Is
allowed to emtlame ft might force
the ogerment from power aad pre-
crpltate a rPvvltloI. It also laplies
that the government fels tself
strong eaoah to master the situation
If dealt with at once.
It Is to be hoped It may. During
the thirty-lte years the republle has
lasted N has weathered many hard
storms. the most dangerous of which
wesr the reactioary attitude of Pres-
dent McMabon. and lonlaenerism. In
Its ability to surmount those crisis
the repblic revealed a strength and
the Matia a stablllty that was a our-
prI to the world. It is this fact
that which leads the world to believe
that the present difliclty will be
That the goverameut has made
e Mserus mistakes la It attitude
toward the church and to the cause
of religion gxterally most be admit-
ted and this adda to the perplexity
and aner. for It mea that in their
dare to uapet the gernmet the
r mtimry forces the rual Iadi
trc ar wvina to strike ha
wtth te revelUonary elemet In
th eatm kV. Methr the aext few
wee ks aro e to he fll of lateret
t th Pres matsem.

There is more estarrhl this see.
ti of the -mtry tha- all other dio
ea e put tsther, ad atfl the last
ow year was supposed to be Icr-
ahe. rW a rest -asy years doe-
Sprememaad It a eal disease sa ampad
r *aotaatly t lilms to eae with lo.
al treameat, imprsoed It aMe
a"k. Oem.ee haI preM etarrh
Sht a ea otatoapal tieaaa aad
thereore reIwaree oatItrtkuial treat- Iave OGaineO
mt. Hal'rs Catarrb Cua.re manufa- al pi l
tried by P. J. Cheey & Co., Toledo,
Ohio. i the sly emttIat Loal cure Returning, an
a the market. it In take nlternally
Ia doeM from 10 drop to a teaspoon- L~ ve Gainein
fuL It acts 4irecty the blood ad Lake C
mueoums suraee of the stem. They
iar em hundred dllar r any Returning, an
ea It fall to car. gead for tcrcu-
ar and testmonIals. Address, A L Ga, I
P. J. CHNEYT & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by ruggsts. Tic.
Take Hairs amily Pills for con-
aua 7o thke Z

The awake pearasr leads the want Dixie F

ot a olfte. DIXIE F!rt'.

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Uor pIa s imeG
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ville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
its South....... ............ ... 10:10 am

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


ville for Sampson City, Palatka,
ity, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 pm

iv.e Gainemvile ....0............

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.I~tLj1\ 2~tto Nw4 Irleaii-i.

For full Informatian and leepina ear reservatlenae all ea
ny Aaent *eabard, or write L C. C OYLSTON Jr, AJr, tante
Cneral Pasaenger Agent Jacksoael Ve.I PlrteW
~. *3 90 9000e^lL4 gg q^O

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Mtes Lted ter Sicures Over 0.000
Votes in the Count of Friday

The leader nli.i the *onti -t h tl **n : i t4-rr1id:\
lMiss Kanx gaine-l a 1 .- eoir Misi ,
tiende whil Mi.-l I.ll,l ft- r manil a
trquendoun junil. >1 .1. 1 i .. .... i .
The' Iianos haH .irri eil aned can
now bh see-n by all. It v ill Ie' s.en
that they are fine' inilrmlllllnt,4 and
put out by a hounl' liimi-'. the' A. II.
tharlwr ('ompiany. who *ha\.ic the rteliu-
tation b'hinal themni of high-clias In
rt riments. .
Following Is the standing after yes-
t Gala. s' counll;
Gaineeville-Central Section.

M los








J*'.si,' Kvans ....... ...;6;.;7<0
Addle (Goode.......... ..2::.020
Margarat t Al-dl-'tte.r ....21 ,.;! .

Estelle eal .. .. .
Bessie Carver ..........
Nora Stalls .......... .
Gertrude Harrod......
Myra Swearingen ......
Helen Holder .........
Blanche Thompson .....

Mary Fernandez.........
Aura M. Lewis .........
Alice Schafer ...........
N. W. Taylor ..........
Mabel Williams ......
Mamie Crouch .........
Annie Bell Taylor.......
Eva Raukni~ht .........
UG.tce ilullard ..........
Made McKay ..........
Fannie Whiting .........
Ella bailey .............







Iastern and Southern Distr
Miss Hattie English. Tacoma..l
Miss Mabel McCredie. M'cnoply 1
Misa Lorna McCredie, .Ml'ctnop1, .
Miss Iessle Walts. Hawthorn.
Miss Ella Jolly. Oraneg He'ilgilh
Miss Marti Ch(liai,. rl n., Mica.-
nopy .. . ....
Miss lBert ei Shaw. F'airlhanks..
Miss Pauline Carlton. Mica.
nolly ... .............

Miss Agnes Zetroue r. Rochelle .2\i
Mizsi Cordella Croswn. Rocky
Point .. .. .. 24 .92




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U1141 I-..t \W(od tovfeilM,
Railg*c Soll ill tlii, ts' 'tiill.
Fiil '- liit \\ 'bit S~ireal;lI.
Sil.Et,, Towll, i I illow

Fr -i week l y we wid
ElEi eidrand 115 Iater-
-r Mattri s at 13.50.

lFiy-pml CrealM Tick M
Ei Cet. Ilittrn at 15.45
-re print 51.51. CaM
We m INti.

WI lin Vetes I Sri Cits

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ML. WlII.I.IA IF. MTfi;.,(K.
Mr. Williamr '. these Sl701 CL)urL ht.,
iA krn, Eln. h wr'rilt. -
"I have bewn tr,'tll'ed for several
y.e-rq with ctalrr of kthe smcirh.
lIave usre dinfTrent pate nt mnidii'i:ies
to eo effect whatever, and have do,-
t,re i an-miderashle with family diitr.
uSmetimes his treatment u'iild rr.-
liere me fot a few weeks, but moul.J
eventually hare to go blck to him, an4
that had kept up for several years.
"I was advised g m i Perm, and
have taken three bottles. Never felt
so good la i y life. Am g dag to con*
tinue using It. Wouldn't be wvith
out It It the hose. I wlSMaft 9
e*iwmd I to any one at'i,! d v .I.
catarrh of stolmch, or stomach trouble
of any kind."
The above It aa oft-repeted story.
Troubled for years with ehroue ea-
tarrh. Tried 4dfferout remedies ad
doctors to so avalL Persus was ad*
vised by frteuda. instant relMi exp.
riesned. Oret raUltude to Peruna
expressed. This, In brief, is a story
that is repeated to a a great many
times every year.
No one eould be In touch with oar
vast correspondenee fur one month
without heing Impressed with the *(si
eerily and truthftulass of these kind of
eeti monilar.
Peruna promptly produces an appSe
tite, corrects digestion and relieves
stoma n dimculties that have resiltle
other treatment.
Man-a-lin afn Idal Laxativ.

72.~s:. MisP Pattle Zetrouer. Rochelle
;7...,;,. .14i.-i Annie IA-wis, liasthorn.
Mi!.s mmla (Guthrie. Rochell*e.
',;:.'So \Ml.- I.ula Perry, Rochelle.....
;:-.i.'M, Miss Wilma Maines. %lontetr ha
.li!-s Jew'el Goidw in. Hawthorn.
1.hNl M-%s MlrtleI laminiond, HaLw-


thorn ....................... 5.310

Miss Gt eorgia Snodc-n, Hatchet
Cr ee .. .. .. .. .
Miss ueNellie Reeve's. MicaopY.-
%ii'is lmett Ic JenTninog' R(x-he-le.
Slh 4lsFinma E;.~.:;z c. Wlaldo.....
MIiss !arj iI.01!. ()ornage l' rights
MIeS I ANlenmie I Vb4llt. MIcaneleje
N ii-N .t ct~ i.- *ie ('am te ti mi l .e.l .i .
Vcelcliaj l S1:e 1,leW.1114)
\1:- \ 'J.er, I eeei-e Al~.mtar.

banks .. .
%Mi-Ss Mammlej Baile'y, lWalito-
Ni--4 Gr ice' Ne1Qere'. i'lande

Western and Noria;ern Sectio


3. 17


\1 i .- v.i I,,w ,ll. f1 hh in 1 ,
I i-. VI l. I'.ri-lo It* II .- '
Mii-- ILhttin 1.adt i T rm' i 7.' ii
MlI- II i.uihli.v Arnl.r 7:.'.;1'
Ml Ar.iiti t- Ki klniii. Al.i.A as h i#. 1
N I I iia .Hl hi S rinig'-. .;. 4.',
I i-- II.11i lit'.- il Al aem l rr nd i .' *i '
M. i- lu iii s lIr)l nait it. I l l-l ;..'
I. I- stols-a 1.-v' Itves. High
S L ri l .. .... ........ :;..
M l- Al.-en Holly. Arre-dundo.. ::.l
M.1 -, Lizzle Atriett. N. elt.rry eiT7'.
Mi-s Amin- lle tllle', Arr-doUndto I~.'.
Nil- iiimia Williamsi. Tre-ntoIn It*. 17.
M I. .l. oI ,.ll JSL aiv). I aguei IIl .l*,7.
I .LI'l 1i1 i Pl ketI iNe I.t rry i 6"
M i l(i;. rtrm il.- Cuinni,. H Kl'.- ;
.M'is Atsia P t larc,. \No lhe-rr. *'.,a
M I.I .11. l I r11l lm in t i. i('re *'
M i- I.ula it l I t- I 1 ''a
l-itg A ;r4,ffT .\N I*a rm 7'0*
MI- K.tia. Akian \rr.edilaiim ie to',a
iSt i -. l'iearl M le-a.,il. Al.I iu2lita .-'.
M \I M wl S i 1hz \t %lt..rr) I*,
I lizzi. Swiiti. ,N.e tlrre -n I'
'Adr J. E I''"ark r, L.a('r ,*-,, I'

High School Eixerce-s.
lI t '..llng N \. r' ...- f h l -
GII ;.i ,-% ,I ib .I t h ,,la -t I igl h
A ., ,h, it I II ,I- ,i1,,i l1. 1 1 1 ,- Is
ai l .%I l0". irwi i nihl i r lo ,l ilt
full 1i 'l i .,ljl. I o. I jl ,rl tit I t -
i ,,,r aiiii sill. e !, i lihi it l.- aire uI. i A r- Clit "Ijh t t't

l,,.ii a it, Kul, t cur., c( nlptiiaa ii.>i
litlbout grlrtiiK i.uel, .a lir aic%
%l-.akimliltis0 -"-e. 1 A-k '-uur druggai-I
r t!.- it. *- ( *',ti ', r lF h t




Will Have to Appear before Mayer
Davis and Ttel Him Thier

.i' i ali: t s 1)ill h;it s .i --or-e or
ncir, if ,iff.neiilrt ,ot the' Ile I.-* ore l-
lnanll. hIr0 Iinii at the' I;ly iI ;aitj c"
thlh nltili ; ii
)Iar-h;l Arnow has rel.u-at;dly In-
strilluct d :1 tmitibl-r of partn14 shl ride-
hoi l. oIf tio)i .trinieaiit lai that 1 r
niw in ffect, hbut It .i ni-. thit
tlhue ha\t either falltd te o I't( thh ni-
.t'l\esa as ito Ihe law or di.re cardeld it.
Friday ta made It his business to
"take It" a fe'w of them. and aa a
result he will have a large number
before the mayor this morning.
In most cases the parties arnrsted
are pipminent citizen., and while It
was not this class that the law wais
after, there are no restrictions that
will excuse them unless the mayor
Is lenient In the matter.
The great trouble has been with
the negro delivery boys and others
of that class who disregard all laws
or anything else. Jst to "scorch"
along on the grasollthic walks. and
the officers will see hereafter that
the practice i stopped by arrestlg
all violators.
There were over a dosen arrests
made from this cause alone durtan

Frtidy'a Fire.
The fire department was called out
Friday at 11:30 by an alarm from lox
37, which was found to be the real-
dence of W. A. McNally. The blase
was extlnguished without turning on
the water and the damage, which
amounts to only a small hole in the
kitchen roof, will probably be less
than $3.


m"naeaa "ewr That Are In to
Pla Whichl Will lNas Votes.
The handsome pianos and diamond
ring to be l\en away In the Co
tl)prative Contest will be the grand-
..st distribution of prices ever offered
In Alachua count..
Parties trading with any of the fol-
loilng stores will be given one vote
'"r every penny srpnt-
I ;aii)s. ille' Furntitire Company.
i rnirtir. Phlfrr &A Monril- ('Co. cloh
In andt furnlrhlni.s; GIi(nesville Hard
%are Co'. plumbing anld hardware;
'Ir-. F. T. McCornmick. nlllliner : W.
M. Johnson. dniru and nic-lnes;, I.
C nilth. shoes and Jewelry; Mrs. H
Wilson. dry v ods and notions; Raun-
dern & Earle,. roceries and feed
stunff.; City Ilakery. hreand and lpa-tr>.
P. Y. Smith. fre'h meatas: Crawford
& Iinsli. llvery and sale' stables; The
iai.. prinltling and publlihln:l The
IPr.a n olliuse. meals and lodging: N.
Franclsco. anana Hlouse. fruits. etc.:
Eddlna Mfg. Co.. lumber and building
aaterlal; Standard Fertllser Co..
to'- "1,ly,.r.
Votes will be given o0 all orders
for Job printing at The Sun office.
and on subscriptions as follows:
The Daily Sun.
$1.25. three months saubsriptlon.
old subscriber.s 500 votes; sew b-
scribers, 7;t votes.
$.210. six months' subocrlptlk, old
subscribers. 1.200 votes; aew sub-
scribers. 1.500 votes.
$5. one year's subscription. old ab-
scrbers, .3,00 votes; new subserlb-
era. 4,500 votes.
For a club o five cue-year subernt
tias (before 12 o'clock moon, As.
1,. I10). old subscribers. 30.00
votes; new subscribers. 6.000 votes.
For a club of ten six-moths' aub-
scriptlons (before 12 o'clock noo,.
Aug. 18. 1909). old subscribers. 30,000
votes; new subcrlbers. 35,000 votes.
There Is no limit to the number of
clubs each contestant may secure.
The Semi-Wekly SM.
$1. oe year's subscrptlon., 0
For a club of ave oa-year nsucripi

ab i I tlons, ..000 votes.
There Is no limit to the number
iiu r h k 1 S ui iL of club each contestant may secure.

Fill a bottle or conmol gleas with yor FOR LETTERS PATENT.
water and let it stand twenty-forhour; br
a bick dust sedi-
S went, orsettling, Notice- is he.reb-y gi\ lii Illth the un-
-0 J Atri inag" or ltily de'r-Lii,-d in iitei al to ally to liI Hoin-
S crr; ra c r..::ruc ten ,r. I 1'. \Wii(. Jludlge of thet Eighth
indicates an un- Ju'lic'il Cir( uit of the,- t:;tel of Flor-
healthy conli- 'da. ;t St:arke.. Florida. on the
tion of'the kil- :'*th l;a ,f .Jun**u,' l*. or as
aw C ne*s; too fre- '" ** '* ; '* '-* ,. i! s I *- heard.
quent desire to r I.,ir-- I':t-nI o to h. i-ucne-l to
...j- pass it or pain in :;i.-- .. u I'.,r l. f T fl.-. ta i.A, ,A
the back are al.-" ymptomtu thiattell vIu n '"lt I1'4 'i '..,- *I ei' 1i l -'r r*, Iof
the kidlnevs adl lbladdcr are out of ordcr 'a h"l i < ir',*r:iai'.i tih-. f ,llt iain -hill
anld m iedt itcntion. e t',- Ar' lh Ii. .. i .ii.
What T Do. Artlhlia \mlan. Th-' !;tie' of
There is comfort in the knowlede so tlii c',l-,por.a litl -h;ill ii,- .\SlN
often expressed, tlh.t Dr. Kili:er's 1 ll.1.1: l. ill i Ti tAll-
Swa:mp-Ro(ut. the irec.t kilincy re v nly, Ai. I.' \,lii,'. f Hii -!. .-. 1I..
fulfills allmIot ev.cry a .Jh in correctiiiK -, ,a ,i 1 I ti.rd ,( f T .! ill
rheumatism. i, ap : i' thli b.ia kidney--, ;c a .:.a ,t i. l a ,i
liver.bl 1.'kr .:' ir.i \ .. IM 4r.. ..t' :
pIsaCia Correc-t I.illlitv tohold !water ti.r,.-t ut tI ..ii, I ai.. ama Al li..
anil s-ald p ~ main ii Itcl:,K it, or bh d .,,i t ,,, .. ...
ffc't. fullo l.ll U.. l liquor, inre or llt,. ,, Ieful i information c .-E rili
beer, and x oslrcolnes th:jt unlleasanut n t- Ith cit. it- truI. ,le lu.i .ii- .ld-
cesaty of ll.in counilillcl to o ooftn \..io t Is t m- li Alrk ii.. ell
throuug thie ty, and to get up many, ti' r -t a It, ,, it o ,1 n:l,,rt ,atil
timesduring the night. T1!- ntill and
inlmeliate llect of Swaip.Rol is aIt r-il e- i tat ar ii ei
iou rclized. It st;nls the highbet be- l tI i ,, i ,. ,
caaseof ita ic'inllrkl.at'le i '
health re turutrin IlOp all Ipropo in..ii I thr a. ti ,'- alu ,
rrtlcs. If )m ncc.l ,,
ert cs. I yf i t el a ,-! i-ff., t eer :l r, .- ,t Ice ,ail;nit
le 'oicine )t sl u y fair alil e-quita.l1- rit I fr.-il ,'t tI
bave thc h bt. S0,al by .iil l II i fI II- r tall
tdruggF ts in lft %-cent ;11H IIie l il ,ti*lI t, llr I
and onc-doll.ar ..ul e*. *,W Sxme m m .r lira l l tit- l. i,..,'. ,- em '.--
Vou ulay h.ea niral: 1buttle satfre tih 4114 Uel flult .I- well *a Iliri-hai
bymail. Al.lrle-. lr. Kilturr & Co.. Bing- li-. owe d tie ,r. -E if j hl- dl-
hamteon, N. V. Mctition this aper and (riimt iihatin te .i it r f ,th.i-r rl*i.;
rmentlber the llane. Dr. Kliimer' Swalmp- to t.- t.ie *' i.i li*'t ei i XtiaioU.
Rout, and the adliresw, ig iaahlA ucjAu. I J 4,a.rt.ier.arxe. .l.l iiure
N. Y., on vcsry battle. lire i |i i t il nt of i l ialage*'s e



( I t lr Ifat alt l an Io..tract- as ae aw--
la te' rn is tj wishe"i I i |uP 'Ihai4 1:-al
Et.-tl*. No n. attr I,, t -1 .t. ). 11i ii
i,i ~ .lt *, )<.1i oi'E I ilc't a Fl'I I. I -
t.,ry I i tIi 'parc* i A- )".'i e--i sh ma s%
AiLa lA 11 s tla-t a i'. t

A mU ciuni l ANTIM ,C.a.
(jalaf(ioe, rlurida.

L;lel*lh ltthihl'ed "li) eaI, iioural*g wia''.
ti'*-"il l I ;1 !l.itilin, and ()IIw)o *' the
, :ia' t1nlM Il otl lawh s I tl'eh Il glit iI-
uri i-I ;a if-f ouir lmaiultfaclurliag
.Cill <.,i lll uIIII colnimercal forniam aliil re-ilua
t oii.- to iretiiisatle- ilit K ill fr ir '.
ilte .ild ew id ;,i'ti *ll i, 0 .4 i 1' t c .. .
atial (d* *, iiiiin ,i^p l 'te l-. l ,i i,. r
i*11 I t I i. Iu t i ll u I It:
c"'., 1li l- I, !igh. lie-t ilrlie ,l|. a eof lt.i'
or. i.,i'' ,'i'f I m i e-"' rlittrlli I inl
II I c oal re-- the4a alt It. -
11, ,'a t.1 '. -, !ii I 1 ,. I

I I I I 1 ll i 1 1' 1 '
-I I i i .ii *i 1 I i !
*. i ]J 1 1 lll1 < ii sih I.
( 1., li l t 1,-, lh ll, ii *, .l l
.1 !.. ii i i a f EJ.i i .-, ail
\\ t li i .i' il, t

A i ''.t' iil.,l $i'* I k 'hl
li.. i r i l. p i, .li i T a t ai i
ti s, i ih -i .a ll I I- r II.' i0
I"X. c I i.,I eclr' el a-.i llt <. t t e',, I ia iinlr, d [ it t.t il i l i.| l e .e i,
itl -I0, ki -iidll El,. i.-i-u! fir in i as.li
Art i I 4i T Iln I hr i. rlu fur
Ihlle'h LtJ l jlr l Ira t I bu llis

'this corloratloo shall be omouctd

It% the flklisln offlrers. tosit: a
l'r'sident. V'ic, lrelide tll. a *ere.
tary and Treaurer. sad a hoard of
(lovernorw cosslilag of seven pper.
Mons, exclusive of the President and!
S'cretary-Treasurer. who sabll be e*-
offtlo members of the Ioard 6
Article .,-Olrcet r The officers of
this corporation shall hold office for
the Iwrltod of one year from the' date
of their election, and shall be el -cti4
at an election to be held uimn the
first UModa. in November. A. I). 1l9i.
inld ulWon the fir. Moiilila in Nove:r.
bwr of .each and ev.'rs year thereafter.
The' i~ersmon s ho are to conduct the
IuislieA s- of this ceorlcratiou as Its
i' nilerr. ,Yfflh r.. until theb off tra
are. el.,t..d at the fi.t regular eler-
tlion and q)iialltfi. are'
\V. H. *'lhlnm -a. Pro-Idt-ut:; T \'.
Shnlnd lI',* l'ret eliti t. I1. FP lamp-
tint. e're.tia ti Tr';.iiurier; Iloard of
of (e;o'rtnors: K. K ('anninn T. W.
Shandi.. II. O .i Arthur. II. F. Will-
lani, n. n, II 1lr'r-nrv-. I.oe errnhC m,
w1. I1 T"'rlohir
Article. t l.:itilitv The highest
aI1iiounl >f ii iehli '* dl ,*-* ior liability to
vhich thit ei'rlioration ran at any time
subject it','lf Is Twenty-ftle Thousand
Article 7-Membership-Any citE
Zen of the State of Florida, tn good
standing, may become a member of
this orsanlnatio, by a three-fourtnh
vote of the members preiset sad vot
Article --Coastittai and BI-
LAws-A coustution said by-laws
shall be adopted at t he GM -meM-
after the lahmame of cIerter M
either may be amended t amy rea-
lr meetai. by vote of two4hrds ot
toe members preset. after due m-t-
In wriltla, at the Iprevi m
which atice aha be reld to thw
meetlg by the ISecrlory.
Article i---Rel tle--Tesa l A
of real eaate which Lee w
my bold may be SWOMA&.
Article S-Nasms, .remdemea anIII
subecriptio of I mIrporMters:
W. I. Thomas, Osleio yi, Pi., 1
B. r. Hampto, OslatoesrIAt. PhL.,
T. W. Shaand. Galamivtle. Pa.. 1*
L E. Caam oeOa svUIl. b1a., t*
Lee Graham, Galmo-vmlla. Ia, l*
W. B. Taylor. GalaeaTvia, ia., I
I. r. W.llIamson. GaIlanTW, ia..
H. O. McArthur., Galamsev Pa..
H. M. eCrary. OlGal vlfi. Fla,
10 share.
Article II-Seal-Tbe al of thIo
corIoratlnn shall Ie a circular lm-"
slon stamp, bearlng aromud the el
cumferernce the ordi "Galmesrll
loard of Trade." and In the enter,
the following figures: "1900."
State of Florida.)
Alachua County.
Itefore me. an officer duly author
ed to take acknowehdgementa. person-
ally alllwared W. R. Thomas, B. r.
Hamuptin and T. W. hands. and ease
acknowledged the foregoing to b' his
genuine 'lgiiatuire to the charter of
the (Gainetvillhe Itk(rd of Trade, sad
that he lgne*d the,' "ams for the uses
aHid IpurltUle the-reiln contained and
*, xIorr,.s d.
\\itness aiy hInid Rand official seal.
In i.- ('i)y of (alnr ti ille'. orida.
tlhi-. 1'th day of Ma%. A. D. 1 (i9.
.h.e:,l.i W. I. ANIKIR4.)N. JR .
Notarrv Public. State of Florida at
Large.. My commrislon expires Aug.
l. _'11m

If It's printed stationery you wait
rhe SRn office Is the place to gIt it


.liato,itnlile kl.av~,e Mil'cr & Vi'laJ's daily
exMplt Nulrsl4ay at l;::t)i a. m 1eturni i,
Il.ee, Ne-Werry at '' :3) p. m. A (ON-

Fare $1.50





CovenO tiw moouth I Br n
vil'; v k k4-als owl be-

wrr -rtiliti to Almeltia. Hifgb
ate') 1 'eortisingtdmn t'lrew,
('"w U .1,NaI l intrrnabd
MUaww sA Ausau
11r "tIe Prv.

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*bdib OMNI*CI

-Aiways hae"
Our gmesui
U~mmf~t9wrs iduIheir
Oft lm asd v*4thermfto
war %.-A t'.nmbrnd
*Iuv ." g% .64 1'.. t + sod
-" or e *tublet'd *lob a
*I a d a (! I-- Vw .

MRAW eta smarkaumt ii tu 4..do
~g~iFWuk wilbThetbmuisthefir d-ir
~L~Y) a +elul ilIU~ttst isa ram
~-"-~~ I1II Ly~-~ u III Ilarn
f-rbemmi. The utmrywn-
ad mto ew St the dlug ms. a
WP fpmto YWOM~m s m d.The ceasu

~11 in ad toter gmuIdIng in,
Ow t O pu ew wome whe was
q~k soOw eateto Rk~hiund a s
a_-- --1-- ft a em t otm7

41 f 6 6*binmeimud h In
two lb GoI A"amd o toruwr
an f ello w ~ surliitary fa ts
I be had ppr-

-. ~Lb -paummdwd to at"

*1 i*W m oat Sw hefts

40. E*S 0 amm& am At

fto s do fme ow" smi
i n h m,

dW a OWmso-
SI 1molb

La d Me peft MIS
oft 019=0 Iftmnl AM16W 00

=otasO 61-a t a pi pW eh
VW So noma*W010-elal0:
N at WO um ddedw 6" ft
sinM~. am e

-- wrnim '- o
a mow am s- W"

t a -m -a -"at soCo.

alm of ab a m Wd W%4* sowd
40 amu, Ismept ~hi ant at
a S pmbe hbo mson hamd
no edheit mese.to eaper-
lWW~f unkm pm


iN 4Md tm aIWa yurmle
ME o at a. It OPs h
IS to 00 &M, r dnA f

a-, hebL gd bing ad preveat.
ma r eNam m Ca t
Imm^ k~k me no a" PWbut
pmeamw ad com-
-n wo mn~fthe gemulme sis to
a Mum OskIs, W. MmeIouml

Te o.a:,lv b; Ci.,- 9A .

IM e in the low l klluallh 8ti' st:,. I' aiit
may&6 t pW am.) faust sUrJ L.
*"G iMe b hjrska. L-;: ..' .
m ta"I #af it n'jul;.d L:. 11 :.*'p, l.
swN. VINAInvr by 6%4. I? IP.'1 *,V -
d61I0oweby daiiiardhig Ia ilwti'tu.!.*I
embreli and dsubstlullilia a a l'1-) Is
ztws ThIaI.IIJ 4aUUy a
at by *xjrilwntiz.L it
dtoeat divklimby aw. r. V. ha;
maWe relt as qs.::.,e .
pmIPl~d dYONamadda til~.hr 14,Ii' a.Iw
Umit U tbh rWvidb be an Vtll U11111
bawe t Iv eI br odd Fur LaAaucer.
itm -multiV U by Or t#he giid-
uto kI StL What Is Scl aslr. 41d
"M it& ks Itwo. waich Ia one at-
-a bemsmesdy; the mock oa

lDaublk Is Amnerkcas ins. Bur.
4ma Ihad Utters smquer rdyPep
mi every tdoe.It dtrives ut Impurt-
UOa, ktine the s l krefote. per-
batdiammommms wumghA. sad

A Neasdty.
wety delsts m rantrinmml yeow
bi" ecIelalmd Mr. Madhue. "set
we aled to I ed mothbia except for
ta that wru poltively needed."
"Well. Joba. t I. Tau see. my
boa bOe haI s Jt had hers retrtm-
mA lMd I ave prmhwd togo w tb
e to the wemces o dar."
OM, amI fLht. B at I crat give you
a- t a iAfte thI morWBg be
iman I bekme my meabeam and
ms have It mndedl"
C tl yey smake yew or d brier-
Oally. dea. And you can wear
yew ld hat."
Jeos. tl begitoo ecooomtr ext
mmth after we get tgs all straight-
smd out."
"AM u ht."-New York UerakLd

May weak, ervous women havt
bhe restored to health by Ioley's
Kdesy R-emdy as it stIdmatos the
kMmes a they will eliminate the
was matter frm the blod. Impur
ities depre th serves, mcusins erv
ous exramust and other ailments
Comm ne today ad you will soo
be wen. Plesant to take. J. .
McCollu & Co.

Clparat. &a.d Tocctn.r.
FIrI F nmin.n--1 l .. I; "' sat l t!*
lke< 1 t| fllUni1 '1 :i 1 :& l' It' l'sIxU
latckii'er" UM.iU, osf i our'e.

"*U'.. 1;'. I: f ll I!;te -'iings they
lai.v f,,r :l.i; r .i upli nt.d ti-b niid ,
*labl.'s i Ind it.'t t ha'bit'i tIe li.'t r
:n-c i,'twiv'n **:! -', t r"d hse f, "'
.-'stle: fltuh y r't t 'hemi a!l tl:i '
and c'.'1 I :It n iu IIn Ih' fr' ...." '
We pe l ha..i ta ls .: i;>r it:' I I I
Irish ste'W "- l.1,:.d l11 .Ausn.-r-

If you want to feel well. look well
and be well, take Foley's Kidney
iewlcdy. It toeus up the kidney) aind
bladder. putrlfes the blood and re-
stores health and strength. Pleasant
t* take and contains no harmful
druIs. Why not commence today' J
W. McCollum & Co.

ruee Tale.
"My daughter '.., us an awful
maore the otubr d. y." a3 a .a.hll r l.t
alght. "bhe weist away fur r 'l-i 'a
New Turk. Anld she sent a t,* -r..
frt)u Buialr. Lhr first strp M> iA) se
was :.fruki to .:.l is WI e hbad i-lil t
of train wri a suth!'.'l IIlllnhiesm d tll
orltsl 4f thbinza A .\' I vi.i .
S:,i;k Iik t i.. e w :lt;ie. 9 d' Tl-ltI
"* 1 f rro:lt I ) 1 u d l"ltl .au iu:
aill tihe svtra I, .ry jim I bile I'l
iant.' '"-"'lI lauld leader

Woarseness. bronchitis and 'hbar
throat trouble are quickly cur I 1,\
Foley's Homey and Tar as it (s Ath, r
and heals the inflamed throat and
troachial tubes' and tlih i ,ast obti
tuttl (cughh diuapiAnars lial(t uipoit
lI"t Kl g tl;.' 9 l ilte FUl' -s ,- ItI,' allt
Iar J \' .Wlt.uiluA & Cu

As tNl-a

ldertry Gentlemmn (putting hi. bead
tI at the doori-Urs WilkIns. wlil you
r be my wife? I have W000 and a good
home. I'll give you three minute. to
make up ytmr mind.
Mr Wilkins flirmptly.-Ir'e L3000
nad a Lbtter haaui'e thou yours. SLud Ill
give you tbree minutes to get out o1

pt COLD an dGRIP.
Hicks' CAPt'DINE Is th ebest rem.-
ly -relieves the aching and fevearlsh
senso-ures the cold and iestaste
tormal conditions. Its itquld-efects
mmodiately. 10c. 25c Lad Sfc at drug

'Te Whole story.
"I bear you are giving up your
charge." said tone ac'd aind Itilirin min-
Iater to another tlse other day. *Ilou
are your people taklug It?
"Oh. well." was the answer. "I'm re-
ulgn, aol tbey're resigned_"-LIer
pool Merury.

if you expect to get the original
7arbolized Witch Hazel Salie. you
must he sure it In DeWittas Carbolized
Witch H az.l Salve. It In good for
cuts, burns and bruises. and Is i sp-
ciaily good for piles. Refuse oumbtti
Lutes. Sold by all druggists.
The Sun ol e. r m mi mcrd

NORT1 1#41'B1A C'IAbL'3L
In tIhe lrrult Court. iWth oJudicial Chruit
Al tbs (C'*tna'. Florlds-In Vboanery -
Vrast. Hilowar I Ib.o a Exceutora of
I hSlre eW 'hs-c liccaj1sel. i, L. C .
Taomas cita 1.r1l-ut i rai r.t'Iore
ItIapepifti r *"r %Ir-l' s:'t''dcd to the bill
aiim In I bl, 1611tor ste cawtbtaI'C .Thijn-
4 -. Mr. I.,,- Vt A.& I 4n4~ hrbell a her huatasad.
Vail dI sn30-;I be defendanis tibercin samed.
're n ,sol.c% h t.te of Florldla. msd
I hat-be defidainnit 4a l 4 TIaaw.61a raidest
of Wa rtP, a ..*i. .'ia ." the di-, *riti s
4r I- a .Vs '.- :,% IaIploe I .' r.41 her ii-iast.'.'
is amid tbt..A c) A.. o-e i- n .n'-- Are
it.r: tt .& r t't A 'it at
*r-f.. 1 *4 1 1 .l iit ... it.al .. b,a r ..i.'aort de
Ist-nolossh. ta' w aala'ii i- #l r- to% rre utred to s,
I't &I I 1r 141 Of 4 -,1?~r I".11n. 61011 111 %.61
I -SkAU r Ua *'r t ..-'1.r N6;..t4M Ilse ;Itti Er 01
J a4- ts I a0 .a .' b, % %V' liteA Sc I~d. LI.on% to
said b w 'r.. t, t so.caas *.,..aCdd hi sk dr-
f endantil.
It Is furlber ordered that ItthIs ter tieSab
IUbed uina OSOaweek for fkur csawecuticv
SwecAsin Tb. Uai salele- Nua. a news
i ag gsaatNlkhed sIr .oi cofitr aInl tdtSC
It. H1. WIIXN'ci&. Clerk Cireuit Courts
By MN.2% $C.HV. V 1'.). C
IA LdOq ofrtiginal
I SO8171,1 I, a;LM iert' 4raIa Couri
my M % cuk %-I--. I'
T It. KLLUl JS .o ko Itr tas r afol, tialaanv

ot~cI s berCbv Iien that A (0 %ternbi.ri
tpurebsior of Tas e'@rUbCator No 64.
0tro tiat h Ui edayt of Jul) A.
II *b hsaffled-d crl(tktle Le In I u) u l Se.
anti h.a &%mado faglto~uls for tax deed to assue
Is M*.-Coddat*eewill, law ~haw verttfleatce e-
'.r arose rth lf-,ilowin ddeellctwl IftIAwircr %Itm
sirs in A!achus .sunatlr, n- rits ItsiIt
Nr4Ao f I ses1 rtt In usaLr. %r e2. Tv.
141. o.% It *KIV. acres
tiar "kia.& :ain t-rive g as,.seaa-d at the date of
&he tsuwar.er tof uwb O erticaLer0 lv b1 1nata
QfJ U 0. *'.1.
UIi..es'. C., tlr....Lu St.....Ise re'dr eatd
act-4traiinsofI -*saw. Lia r ec tv s, -t 1th0rerm
uetb:tibda~uf Ma~y A 1 ii i~i
%V3t.4" 1.) tarwias swraturesandeseal ",
Li ke I t,' I ( ofrA l AicitA t, I

OF.1 A I'M t A .4TVIN ofTAX
III t '-I I I It IoN tOk('11 AA'rL

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S l't of Public lit-;r,- '... ---- u ...
Holloway. Tallahassm
l'rtsident of the St.nate-F. M I 11:
son. Miami.

County Offiers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wienges.

Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L
:e.iey. (lainesillc.
Bhert i- P. G. Ramsey, Gainesville.
County Judge-H. O. Iaao., Galues
Ta Assessor-W. W. Colow. OGalne

1,1le. r thit. 'f~ar i 'r 4 ., iiI i. t faai aI,,

it t
t,* ( Iai nculm'rtol on A h(.or I nIm(
'Charls otvt ilack toil Ija l -. ujIl(
sa't.tof ihurne- ':al d lrtolmri ito
fie sold a, Owi rq-i., :t fir .Ia~~
Minti. (aly ofthe dufa ndttats in tlie
me at' ~olvd cause.
This lMay l."th. i'*..:.
Sheril ff0 Alachua ('omity. Florida

tile w -,w.
Tax Colector-W. .A Dickism. Notice is hereby given that undl.-r
Galnesville. and by virtue of a final decree ot fore.
Traurer-J. AD Mathesa. Galaw- closure rendered by the Judge of the
ville. Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
supervisor RegIltrati-J. MO- Circuit of Florida. on A,.ril 9th. 1,*..
Grew. Galesvlle.. wherein Jones. Maynard & Jones are-
County CommUlaoners-Jioba G romlplalnauts and J. S. ('amcron,. de.
Jampler. Chairman, ilauc; J F fendant. the undt rlIgned S |< i(al
Townsend. Campville; J. W. May. Master therein named aill offer for
Archer: Chas. W. Summers, Trenton; sale at public outcry. tr the higlest
O. P. Caieso Gaesvll. e. and best bidder therefore for cash be-
Members Sbool Doar-LR B. fore the court house door at Gaines-
Weeks. Chairman, Hawthor; J. W. sille. Florida. between the legal hours
Moody, rLCrosse; 0. W. Millr. of sale on Monday. June 7th. 1909. the
"'r-"a,,n following described personal property,
State M-ar- IL M eE F, *owIt:
aitel) il* PFive head cows mart-u uuder slope
Members Hoose-gy Il Carte, and upper slope In both ears, and 1l
ainesvill*; T. A.L Doike, Sta P head of hos.
---ame to be sold as the property of
City OMers: J. 8. Cameron. defendant, to satisfy
Mayor ioratio DavIr. said decree and costts.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow. EVANS HAILE.
Tax Assesaor-W. M. Bradford. Special Ma-ter.

Tax Collector-T. B. ElsU, Br.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell.
City Attorney-H. E. iavis.
Board of Aldermen-G. K. Broome.
President; 8. J. Burnett. H. L Phlfer.
F. 8. Graves, C. A Coel)ugh. W. T.
Pound. J. A. Goodwin.
Roard of Public Works-H. E. Ta-
r ('h:i'riuan: W. W. Hamlrti. -.
Lary: H. F. Dutton. E. J Iaird. J. H

fat "hUanU and Clhdn
Ilb Kui Yci H lie AMwrp Iq
Sears the
ftnature r _P -

Bome article that 1 smlply "Ia the
way" at your hooae mrght, if adve
tUed, be sold to someone who is am
iously looking for t


Solicitor for Comnplainant".

Not Ce )herehr Ovlen It CrC('llr- Itrs-
tee. dlut*ihst#,eeand aj t eI%.ift tsvti
rim,% ). demnae. vs.IjUt the ..tIte of
Mbariek WI awbs,.e ldercb%.4 t.a too aert
them wihin two rear. to the unoeilrir'rd or
to i t. r.ll W1m.on for the underwtvned
Izreusew of the L-.%.t WI1 a d Tce at*t vt of
C(burl# WIAt'au te-c I).eeoDe4
A:'rtI 19 IQW

RM Ulrd Mn~l

oIner and Rehuilder

utimattv Farniii?.ew P rnnmtily and AlI
Work ( ,asraastev'..
Refernc": Adarta:
Ic *1 'mltrrwhPianoCo. GAINiSVILLI&

Sun "Want" ads h. bag resWUts.


The Long Distance System

One of the wr.e valuable features
of our service, to sur subscribers and
to the public generally, is our connect
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone anc
Telegraph Company and the other as.
lsciated Sell Telephone cempanies.
We own thousands of miles of leg
distance lines in the even Statoe n
which we operate and in addition can
cncnect any telephone in our system
with lines exteneang to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system is
These long d.stao.,, .....d are Of tth
meet modern and improved constru.
*ton a d ere maintained at a high

tatv of eiff;,.icy. The oell systems.

Derating on varloJs sections of the
country. are uniform in their equip
meant and In their methods of opoe
Only by reaeen of this closo tUrM
arrangement between the Bell Tle.
)hone companies is it possible to go to
a Dell Telephone almost anywhere.
ask for "Long Distanc" and be put It
communication with lmost any point
in the country.
This vast network of wires, radiate
ng throughout the national, I u ed
Jaily in commerce and for social pup
xses by the banker, the farmer and
Atz:ns in all walk of life and our
-ant .>re as an important link in this
]reat chain..

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Efficient Service. Reasmaul Rati

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alM leamn

Itlr k C .i-1.1 .4ri, A-A ii I I., l .-It) :,l-
li. l Oive

Davis & Oliver

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ate OM : I'nder and by t Irtue of an order
overor-A. W. Olkhrist. Talla uad decree made anld rntl.re h, th..
Lms IJudge of the Cir( lt court t of the
S etary of tate-HI. Clay Craw. Klghth Judicial (firult (of Florida. in
ford. Talahabaeo. and for Alschua countt. In Charcery,
Comptroller--A C. Croom. Talla dat#-d May I'th. 1:*',!. In a certain
laa1n4. rasi th..rein ip'ndlnl %hereiln Is F:
Trvasrer-W. V. Knott. TallahasJ- lMartin is complalinart an.l .I.ian
ee. Haniltoln and i.ait.* r iunt ars. (.
Attorney-Oneral-Park M. Tram- fl.ndants. I 111 *' At R p'it'lilr nt
t ll. aiS ..1 .* i f. i. I r .L
t( .nii kai lo.ata a, \ t I f I l i *i ,
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First-class sewerage system.
Two fertiller maufactcries.
GAINESVILve re insurae Igacles.
I Tao livery and feed stables.
-THE-- onr* crate, and basket factory.
0"..* iElk' '1t ntrecting ronm.
S0 *to Hardwood M nufactufng Plant
lliIiI lll ir Arilcultural Exirliment Station.
I r iI y llo Florida Winter itible Conference.
Five dressmaking ei tabllthirents.
National Odd Fellows' Santarlum.
Three undo rtakingr etsblll-hments.
Gainesville is conceded to be the Two of the bet hotels li the i:n-
Meot enterprising as well as the mott terlor.
beautiful city in their intrrior of Flor- Two wholeale grain and f.4l
Ida. It 1. lCo ated int tht i \'-ry C.rlit.r store.
of t1. ".tt*. h. t f I- :. t! t t- T o 'h l..., r.' a gr v, .. .i
lhi:lic and (Gulf C *.i-t- ; i.l,. J l.v n .t "-'
;a.IJ. of -ut h f,.r llit, a tl ,,,' W .at, r that hn n, .t ..g '
Of prlro lidti h :It I, \i ;I i'l f'i* f*iti. i "
in the. heart o.r t! 'r. Tl,. (t ,.t ,lr ra ,L.,e in tt.? Flate
p0>l4 "Atiat< "'11.l l %. i t .. ,1 I hi ,, ... f '.1 K .
ti... l l .o -t o-d;uc.tl .. ;,. i itat .. ; A r. r ,r ,, ? l, ll.ii ~wi n t, to o
i1 l the' t't'. KA'"" "I' 't 'i 'It e-diln(it h% h arh a c sw o i 'i lip n t -,% 'a,, .. ..i.
to40 11 of it-- 1- I 1 : 1 i F .t h is. .. \ nr1-i ,n i -tit- nia- i. i:> t. -rr%.
still io- it '- -t 1 ':- .- ha -i p :..;.At r- ':.ti rs. aachinill-ti anhd la-
llit.,lte v. h: < i ; ii. i,, \ -11.il for toring n* tii galore-.
hbt. th Itiand pl.la-tur. .Al t -. t at ii l r i More miles of paved strett.i n l
'l.cta. "".'. bid a i i, t r e graTnolit.lc side.%alks than any othr-i
liitx ai.l iatc'ririil' '0 :<(o|iflit, t" o ( 1 In the, it.trior of the State.
ritizt.nrhili are- :rv t.o .ktk., a li:g An $->.IR,04 court house built of brick
city. and btotic- a beautiful structure and
There nre maniy niat.r:i! Ttlrartiion the lar.it. flower& b-eds. shrubbery.
In clown i.osur.ilty 1 to e11 ( t.. r;ot). of Confederate monument, etc.. surround.
Shich are Alachub S 4t.k. Paine' lng it, make it a most attractive plc-
Prairie. the r-vil M11ll llopiver. War there.
rn ,i Cave. and Lake N-nHani. all of
abicb are reached by private convert ySIN CA A
Spriing Park Stock Far',n. the laiget-
and finest live stock fawt In the State, ]I. OEO. 8. WALDO,
Te only eight moileo %et of the city L
and Is rea-hed by a good hard road.
afording a most pleasant drive. DENTIST-
Tbe farmers of Alachua county. of
hicb Gainesville is the county seat. rtMhami lhingr aa Mai Street s
"live at home and board at the same P. ne 61 AlA Lag Dteag
r a c T h e t e mI p r a t u r e i s v e r y u n i w ^
Tor, scarcely ever reaching the nine-
atts summer or the twentles in D ADWARD CLAR
Inator. The population of Ganleville
is aboct eight thousand. representing DgNTU1Tg
nearly every natIonality on the face
of the earth, and strangers always
meet with a hearty welcome. Ofces in Graham Buildl, over
The Unversity of Florida for young launders a arle's store. Phoae
ena and the National Agricultural Ex- No. 3H8.
pertinent Station are located within
the corporate limits of the city. In
fact. Gaineevlle has so many things D) IUaVERE 5. MORRIb,
that we oust he pardoned It we omit
a "* uV s u u the following enumer .. DENTIST
stidM 0: wbat

Galeevllle Has:
Ome a nrtWt
No saloons.
One garagc.
Pour hotels.
Four banks.
Four dalreo..
One foundry
Water works.
Ten churches.
One gas pla&.t.
Two tiu shops.
Three bakeries.
Ten phy.,ic.ia-a.
Six fruit lonres,
Two gunsmiths.
Six reotaurunts.
Onie bei'J ore.
fi(oaid of Tflti*
Si8 driugK ,tor.-.
Fo.!r -hoi OI'n.'.q
State Unlversity.
Alabonic Teuimille.
Twent v % ia%.., r,.
Too v.i:'.' 0 +-hriM.
Four cr()itr;: t (,ri.
Otin' i,'vrl." -hop
Ba-eball diamond.
Two Icl faturiees.
8ix inlll-:c hools.
OnI' \;ari'tv tore.
Onte lub'if library.
Two waconl works.
Two lilanxing r llis.
Two rack'-t -torcs.
'I wo Iml ,.'r ards.
Oii- i,., i I I, 1 % orks..
Three.- :I r niithl-.
Three wood yard".
Five do uital ronxm
Onle t'\I'.:-- orftlce
Free, n.dail < h' rl r%*.
Four t,.-tf n::irl;r, *'.
EiLht 1 artl.r .hopl,.
Two Ipulolh.ic c' l. 1-
To nr in-ic holi)-,'
A t'l. I l;' Two ha1' iaJ!-herroi.
Two at, tra(c* offl cs.
V,'ur |,r.<- iog clubs.
Two tnlachine bhops.
Two bottling works.
Six boardli lg houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
rhrev le~w- Iry stores.
One phosphate office.
One Chinese laundry.
One Christian church.
Two steam laundries.
Two Ad.vent churches.
One dally newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
One female ihyslclan.
Fifteen grocery store.
Five Baptist churches.
Three furniture stores.
One cold storage Ilant.
One ,-..kly %n:," .;l' *r.
Seven n dry\ gxodu btores.
Thrc-e cold drink stands.
One clh itric' liK(t Ilant.
Thru.e bela Three railways systems.
Eight ,ll-t uol-it ,ordlrs..
Tw lE'l,-"ol al rht,r.sbPe
I'tlte d States land omce.
One cbehui Thirtren Sunday schools.
Two f.eorlitarv ,riireons.
One Presbyterian church.
Two cigar manufactorteL
Four real .-tate agencies.
Volunteer fire department.
Several lumber companies.
Three Methodlit churches
A brass band orga lustion
Two photograph galleree.
Two moving picture shows.
Winter Chautauoea.
Mre iwe b seseM -

Olke ovat Gaineevile NaIms has
phome 2"5.

0sie over Duttom & Co a as.
Phba~ th. Calaeville, Fla I
lE. e. BAKLK.
.. OLICITok :N 'HANOl .

6AINESVILLF A!-actus Co.n I
Olc In Irfuc f .no Ilreh.

GaravStLLa, Va.o rP.
Oan sell your sity property. (in..
proved and uosmprored), phosphates
trueking and farming lands. Send hib
a iiat of what you coer for sale. 21423
And solieitcr in Eqaitj
R8' Estate, CoeveYaneing and een*
oral Froaetie. All busainessaa promptly
tended to. Ofiee next door to Bun.
1 G1A41iuairsvLLB. FPloana,

Practice In all Courts, State a aI

Offices Over Gainesville National
Bank, Gaines'ille. Florida.






Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchats id The

Sun to Citizens of Alachna Cmut

Each Section Gets a Prize!

Contest to Close August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading businem hooes
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alaclhua 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 tip for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

The ainesiles Sectin
The winner in this district will lew

Will embrace the city and suburls and be con-
fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.

Etern a nd S uthern Sectiu Will comprise territory frm Fair-
ste n a d S thanks all points east and front Ro-
chelle all points soluth-Waldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Canipville, Micanopy,
I.ake View. Tu.u,.na iandI all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

alm .. .. J U .L---- O---;-- \ill conris all stations from
W western and Northern Section ,,gC, t0 iigh spring, Trenton,
W\illllmc., \'ilcx, le'll, Newhltrry, Jonwsville, AXrcler and all settlements covered
ly this area. ()NE P' .AN( '.

HOW a 0d WrBallot boxes will be found in the establish
i ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
SBun office. Votes sent by mall must be directed
nfP to the Voting Contest Department of The Bun.
"tUes -Gainesville. Florida.
The follow ) lng mni.r.-hants will give one vote
for eeiy cent paid into thell establisbmenti for R a
goods hblch they handle:
Gaineaville Furni*ure Company, Furniture. I Rules and Reu Ul 0on
Phifer & Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings. I
Gainesville Hardware Co., Plumbing and Hardware. 1. The contest Is open to anyone living In
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery. Alabua county sho Is known by the conductors
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Meicrnes. of the couUL ... or vouched for by some reputable
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Meiccnes. I person. to them well known.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry. 2. No employee, attacbeo or relative of the pro
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. prietuor of the above-named Arms are eitible to
Saundersa Earle. Groceries and Feed Stuffs. partly tate in this contest, and will partucpate la
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry. Do Ianner.
P. V. Smith, Fresh Meats. 3. In the event of a misunderstanding between
rwfrd anviLive andalcandidates or other Interested In this amtet.
Crawford a Davi, Livery and Sale Stable. such eontroversy may be referred to the oa-
The Sun. Printing and Publishing. ductors of coutet., alo alune a r x the rs.a~
The Bro*n Hos.e, Meals and Lodging. qualified to rmuder dectaions.
N. Francisco, Banana Houe, Fruits, Etc. 4. In the event a candidate decided ti with
M draw from the race. such candidate wilU ot be
Eddins Mgf. Co., Lumber and Building Material. .l... o tr.. ...r voe to the credit of ..h..e
standardd Fertilzr C., Frtil all t ran r voe to thel credit of a
Standard Fortlaloer Co., Fertilixers. andildata lk tO egate


$1.25-Three months' subscriptiou ...................

CUs buloeliiers
5 00tvo

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

For a club of five one-year subscr i .l- ( -, ;,,. '" )
For a club of ten six-mouths' suL .r-ptions (;...':, ..

30,000 votes
3,0300 votes

New UkAw-rea r*
700 vets
1,600 votes
4,500 v t;:
35,000 votas
35,000 vo'es


$1.00--O- year's subscription ........ .. ..... ..

For a club of five one-year subscription ........ .. ... .......... ... ,000 votes
T'heIre i. o limit to tl i- nillm-r of 4'lulm c(a!h contestant may secure.

SolicitiRg votes by oadldts0t or friends within thea tIa

distribditl vow is 1wdiwim bwteprwrletrs

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.. A.L IPftewr e f ed e w smesa
tg sM toAs Mby yeWrday.
l b Ii llu. II1s 4t.

his* I A *4g spyr

a 4 G, M OWN" Slt en riets 8 -
C ram eL~ llt il r~r lf

O be Oe rsoe mae

IL thi e Ab r yesterday
me .mi ra. CMS- GA

U S u, bbi0n lse & Imn My

SRuluIP sW. Ab Sl

~~ f- eput
*n aeet Magae

as eve d aap ,w
M.tw*ad of How

(to n. -. huei Mew

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Wbv gMe 0 -. .ise.
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A il IL r of iWe Noa ed tot

am ~oddsfea"bi y oets wit

own rM. Wam pl W.isi of
Oftam as Isy bave ra ome wtVh.
amt. M .wp un Mv e

oIL 9Cooper o. Micnopy a-

Syeste~rday, havln come up n
W r"S v.t to relatives. H Is the.

Wbr@ opratber ti Lrlephonve ex
a ftb eat IM Yeshereay. ue

How to Save

Paint Bills

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- to bu0 JusO t. r pa


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Gm--. -Ir-uls baa- vl

V~ to ar~me

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R. H. Lnmith of KRock roint liar
returned from a tao-.ae-ki. isimt to
Texa.s where he has tbxcn to lo(ok
after some real estate iait.rce'trs ,
hi wife. He Is engaged In (the. trucl-
lag business at Rocky Point
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjiLatag square. formerly occupied
by W. L LaGrandue, city sat r, elec
tre lights. average. bath,. ad al;
,odoru ctwarulenel.-c- Apply to 1Mrs
,I. II Mti'rearo or Sun office*
Puri V l ta t-nXd d. 4>u~rs* 1* i.iil
.iur of Tbe Orala Iannlunir, a an thI.
eint. for a fee hours )ve.rlrda tit
came up on bus-lntc a coinn4eted aitrl
the cmlntet that the ntaerchaltl. anid
aLI paper aill I'lat* on iL that i et
uext t -ek
L J Knight of Ocala as- t,'.
city for a short hbile yesterd-a) Ie
is a former resident of Gainestill.
but removed to Orala to go Into the
hardware business. later enga, .j in
the turpenUnae industry. In Lat h"e
is 10 c.llgaglled
The M-erchants' Plano Cooltrt >-
drawingl o a close. We *lsb io ad
vise all that fiomi today uutil 'utn,
lt ste slll i ,e te ote.. for ,r"
i 1t ai on cashil iur('hi.i .,. (;- 1 bu
anow and bel )our failourt.1 t1 tlh
(4 il.It I at tiil,',1 & l'E d l
Judgie M A Itsl.) aor Illh $i.riu~ -
a s i II 1 t1 I it .t t*, rdj.' II.I'f ti
for tIh luerlmw o llf akinl i arrariia ,
lii list fur lIta fer tlie the o t at III n lu'n
W A lishlhy and Trub) ()late~-a. re
cet*tll. cu)ts Ib te and uoalestened but
abo ba v apei*-aled te. i cam tIo the
tdulranw court t

fill InT INU IU
meb- hftSai mbss lb.w .&13 e l curm-
cal. mekigi. rnesw Itoe Ad 1utrol~i
a&& ba-s I IWf taI e I-hesiaO reft eoe
sade lee Is' 'eI 1Ales6 M tee n 4I *,
et seeeMs ab Ifw Ir i~slme

A *e~** sr a 6.01i "W si ~bearb
sa e AtAw I" u L&ed* AM -r UMfV.
^'--Y A yd AlwaL(Y Pt^ LrOuY

C. 8. Devenau. formerly of (hi-
city but now a r,..-ildent of Ocual_.. a-
among the visitors here yed t.el(tId
He itate-se tl'tt i.* 1' cin*iderliKg II,,
idea (of returningK to (;aluesill. and
making this his honie again
Juohn YiHilg. the (\ ;,\.-rllilfl.lt *llH-i
ol inai x ar .-er.tel riding the F"ede r.l lu.imdii.
,ork If$ i- .tI pl.a-.el| wUil th i
iproe'r. n ito l l hig imade and thirk-
tLh u ,rk will i ui-h.d \i .r r.|,aidl
lia, .1 .% He-tro,'i (h iof \\'iln '!
a protidiain l citizvtn of *ht l East Ed l
was trading tn th.e c.it* es-te.rdal li
it conduct ing an extensive' farn at
hi- lac(* ajnd .tate~I tIhai *\,,rthhitk
i.- look.kg falratile. lt rain aI. had
r. .1
Mr. M E. (GoldnaisIth of F4o rt
Pi'rce- is anionK the arrival, iti the-
clt. ha ilu cone for th.- pIurl|ohe oi
Ipa) ila a litt to her father. It I.
Italdwiu They are' forme-r re-sldento
of Gainesville and hl.ia a large circli
of fr i.idlA hi r.'
ltem. lutiT.r for the- nans tin days
%%. %illl le o n all camb purchases
its our grocery) deleart lusc t fit. pel

elnti di.coint.l it, the (.romkerT and
marl ar< de-ijartlni'itl > ito i, r t elit
dim couit Now It Ihe III. fo %,c mtoe
Xe.l % ,,' i1 liiaith .tiii ,.iilt ..r.
4 I:.. -
It I l aanl*,, l1 liFi li. I,, 0 i
Na- ~ 'irk fo" o the jit t eit .l tlh itil -re--t of I ei .lri.,1 d I I i.slr"t
IIll fear (;jil a illh r. tt iewdJ houin
,r.lteri.la \%iithill th lic I,'\( 1 fe 16' e-k.
A aill hbe et-alh'ed Iato (il the tl
c4ha aolre lutereatllHg 15 n-a to it'telt
mlg Illia large Ulndertakiig
A A lll Is and famiull of l.1Cv Oak
ar-, amluog the rec enlut arial in the.
Ill) and silll lake Gaiuasille theit
future home They b ill occupy the
residence of Mrs W C Jackson. on
SI'Unlerstl) street Mr Davis has,
accepted a posltiuu lbwh T J Swoar
lage. the milll muaa of Kamapaha

IFOR SAI.I Sm\t? acr. cuntalouul.,
larieti. ,lett(d Rok Wtill hau,
LKta I shiilaer-itl Mo dlAl. ";th I Al
dr. %\ 1 l.hlaitt. W.DI;. ,i -'1.,

erunn iit I- hling ,it .' F'iM rmmo.i

.1o West La.n St ortb and Bouo
eary St next to Jeff Kendrick
Will sell at a bargain and on ePao
terms Apply at Sun offce

F'ORll SAEI.E -4; et 11 .*arold hoer.-
finn condition, it itlI f(or lal\ our
children. xc-. ll-ltit for farll. al ,
a good eagoi anid hart allw t,
$110 ('.cah lig bargain If ,old a
once Apply '-rll-wr Printing (',.

hood. Satisfaction guarauteed o0
money refunded. 50c rwr bottle.
Sold by W. M. Johnson

1 -rrm


Ti DAILY 8sU: oAINU mILLI, fIBTDA. MAY 22, 1909


M pGs b grai mlatew- w $ar 11 a Will **** I tw w N* D L :
-t p a -, ,rte,..........1. I urd- Theetre. I T-e growth do this Bank is
.4 eas ren. ................ I* L sl KalbbMd ha d ecidd to pIu
aerke' coe ........... I pefr I o a moving p l cure db ltg th clusve that its business is
Kwsrw oil ..........12%e per gal Isumanier months and has Pwered the
ash Piaseapl ....... ...1.....4 e Ac s.r. ie of H. K Welitn t "o d ted ni inhl
W. S DORSEY & CO la tLe t bu.ines for him at this loint. dU ed in a manner highly
They propow to on up # ,or to its thousand patrons.
Roere OMste of HiLh glprinlg ,u ui.ess tonghtl and ill add. in ad t i r
t the rity yesterday. dite to the mons pi ur. hnd ecate o ur b
Re.v G;. .T. Ti tlur of Hig Spring -olord I tre b appreciate sme of your
is ~srutl the ti;ors to the cit. Sa.''rd r r ti.* i.f. #'f 'M: r--
t .-.art. Q.' : t o' S-"tts 1 In
Grees string beas 2 quarts for :c. ad t t to b o I IT C / I i
today. Saley & Co.. origltal Price- l.ddtm 1o ti gtah o lI GAINESVILLE NATIO N
Caters. Lhe olllell ball gam., ,n 1h,. culiali
St each |-*rfio rnialnv', Thi"r il l In
(Mh Cabbte Thoumpsoo of High alud,, th. S:,uth Atlan tic. as II a. C. A. FAIIRCL( I H. c('a
bprioa vislted frItnd Lo GaOlnetille alIl the leading li-gue's of th. rountr.
. t5erdT y The bill will be changed .ach niaht gi---i'i-''i i iO -
Wim. ULttedale of Hawthorn wa- thereby assuring the publire -iomthlnt
hw y-esterday e route to his bou n'ew and the very best to be secured
Sped m ~ay with his family fr thi- enrrl r e.
We have om extra smke beef for
the trade today. fttened oa the pral Miss Pwrl Colo u has returned W A
r n equal to the bet. J. 0O. HMar- rom a short hitl t' Wrthlngton
mlll Springs.
0* te a* I *aUnd *ood0-1m1a M0 tL E Reed of Boardman is In d
kn -. P*m *a OW cta.a. The U cfty visHla the family of J. R.
prIee mm latest Inders &, Emerseo. Sie..In
m W Fresh kit of mackerel Just arrived -
CtP W. A. Bwrcy Liv Oak d il be opened this morning.
a preMlist e la of tat plhce, u m Sm aders Eaarle.
e yeu4day looklagl after bI- It will be to your Interest to come PER L NE
mm NtM r. to our Discount Shoe Sale today. The
A. P. ftcky. president of the T. Maset Cash Store. b- laosrtloa, but so advertise
& J. raSwary sa a prom l t lctleU Bet Florida syrup n sealed quart eat taIes for Ies tUa 1 kemts. Ui gBll l j
ot lOl. Wu tru actl u hew bottles imly Is per quart. valley & wped make a t ; os aractMomal lMae.
Yesterday. Co' s. pot Cash Store. wry word oa eer -si o rting rs
Kimi Mia Lewis has retired to Remember we have all the vege .ain ad oral te. CA E S In adrvance
II h*e lla this city after artla tables Is m ea on d c.irry fresh gro-
amelded h dmtles as assietat Is erle ,. J.G. Harrold. lno mlPay al odel tr ls The 3rei
ceric. a ardororhrd.is o The 3r.
th A bims H ol large lot 6f fresh Sower pots, all eat shoul
A W. MIleas of Waldo was amo, o ise s, and ne from the best white
te erso re yesterday. He is clay. Sa ders & b rle. WANTOED. nest lo

*tallve real estate ma of that DeWitt's Ittle ierly Ri.er, the MOHR & SON. St. Petersburg. Fla- rich mil
St littalel Ulera plls, malL geitle We ant eggs poultry. vegetables "purity
sand miereo. Sol by all dnrsslsts. and fruit. Are In touch wlth thKt
C6 W. W. Bee ol PairbLaLsn. W. M. Dvilsom o High Springs, very be t mrkets of the 8outh. goods the
Sof tho oldest settlers f that ec-e uth
ts, is amog the visitors to the city,a of the IeaterprIslg merchmbts of .- .- -= possible
beilg a guest of his sos, Walter that place, was here for a short wbhilek ~ R EN.KY
M- aCIY of ol Walter .vem nmy. KEYII
e. estery. K
ss Flose Crown of Rocky Point Mrs. J. 0. Rice of High Springs ar. OR RENT-One slx-rirm and two phie 1t5.
l visiting I the city. the g t o rived to the city yesterday and will fiveroom cottage. in South Gaoine -
al t.el ax sHe ety te IeMat osr V lle. Apply to Coffin Factory office &SMErTHIi.;
Min RteUe Beal. She came to at re tAp eet everl --d y Ap
eoad the etlosi exerelse of the te et of lativOR RENT-PIFverrom cottage on
Jam UI. High i cool Chooong Extracts-The way to s- block next to square, city water. MA .
ev. B. Rogers retired yeter cure the inest extracts Is to buy a electric lights, bath room ard al"
day tfro a biste s. strip to Ker- well-known. absolutely reliable brand modern covenioeces. Apply at thi,. l W I
nse. His nm w dates as scretary- Uke Blue Ribbon lemo and vanilla. So acee
treaurr 1f the State oad of H. Maddoz. manager of the Archer -. wo lduee
aste ms keep him movrtag a rek r Foundry and Machine Works. was FOR SALL .-bo next dit
Port 6 t tie.. among the visitors to the city yes
B yton. a r i terday. He was accompanied by bl.- POR SALE -Typewriter ribbons, both
S C. B"le lte and Mr. MDickinlon little son. Cha e. copy and record. 75 cents each. Dr.
if the Seboard Air LiUe. with bheo.- ru,, ,oan + .t-
q eartors In Jacksovrllle. returned to E F. Zroer of Rocbtlle ua- : a u o
heir home yesterday after having at visitor here yesterday. He states FOR SALE-New six-room two-stor EIE
.ended the esicurslo run from this that his section ha. had no house within two blocks of square
city to Cedar Key. rain and that tIIs. ver I.1 n.ede Aply 407 W. Manic str
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