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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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 )
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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: VID01675
Source Institution: 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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VOL. X XV I Nl). !,


GAI ANESA Iial


I.E. I IuI.lA. S NI\A


A'. 31AY 4.13. 919 TEN g:\TS AIWIEEK


THE CLOSING EXERCISES


NEGRO


ILLED AT MUCH TIME TAKEN UP
PARADISE FRIDAY


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA VAS WORKING AROUND SAW
WAS W 0*8ORKIG A b'" a aaw"


MILL PLANT AT TIh'E.


WITH OYSTER MEASURE


Baccalareate Semon and Address to Y. M. C. '., ,og ll on im. .d oke Hi. Governor Opposed to Insrance Bi-State mk


By Dr. Curry, at Taberacle Today.


Neck, Death Resalting Almost
Instantly.


Ity to T rdWMleoi h me


The closing exercises of the I l- iWoltz. The declaimers and their sr.-
versity of Florida lbgin today at t I le h, lethins follow: ('. 4 Itanmber. Lt
Tabernacle with the llaccalaureate ton's "The Iast lDaIs of lPoml.eli
Sermon and the address before the M. I. Mershon. llill' 'The Pl'erlls of
Student Y. M. C. A. These two s.er- the Nation"; F. A. Taylor. Roosevelt's
mons will undoubtedly be of an e x-Inaugural Address; W. C. Price.
tremely high character, as the preah .Roo.sewlt's Eulogy on lincoln; A. A.
er. Dr. Albert It. Curry. now of Mem lraker. Daniel's Eulogy on lee. P.
phis. is known by many people In 8. May. Blaine's Eulogy on Garfield;
Gainesville to be a man of excep'tion- W. A. Hands. Emoermon' on 'The
al ability. beyond this ability, how- American Scholar". H. G. Glazier.
ever. is the lovable character of the Haye's Reply to 'Webster.
preacher, which during his pastorate Monday evening two contests will
in Gainesville endeared him. not only take place: the first between four
to the members of his own church members of the Junior and the see-
but to the citizens of the city at ond between four members of the
large. Senior Class. These eight young
The morning service will begin at gentlemen have written oration.s and
10:30; the evening service at N. The pries are to be awarded to the two
inus( will be furnished by loIal tal who, in the opinion of the judges, ex-
ent. and will consist. at the morning eel in oratorical ability. From the
service. of a chorus by the young la- Junior Class the four selected. to-
dies of the High School and a solo gether with the titles of their ora-
by one of the best male voices in the' tions, are: E. T. Itarco.. "Money
city. The hymns will Ite led by a Hunger"; D. E. Coppleman, "The
quartet. but it is hoped that the con- Making of a Nation"; R. D. Rader.
gregation will take part. At night Dr. 'Educat ion for Service"; o. W. Dranc.
Geo. 8. Waldo will sing a solo. Waste Not. Want Not."
While ini their cltD lDr. Cur.r. hlie i. The Senior representatives and the
accompanied by hisl ife. will IN- tirh titles of their orations follow: W.
guest of Mr. G. K. Ilroo readers will be delighted to ha#ve this l lan-American Trade"; I. Ames.


opportunity of lh.aiariu twu ul... ,..
mons front Dr. Curry. and also of see
Ing him and Mrs.. Curry solally.
Declamation Contest.
.Mondav nornmiin at I,::41, a contci-t
In declamation witill take pII' u atl IIt
'i' i l Sthtol .\uI !~ti'jd lriumll Iv itx'cui htr
S :;tii ,. cl,.-!.-c d frlomi each of the'


'The Holy Grail". W. W. Gibbs.
'Roads. Their Value and Administra-
tion": R. 8. Kay. "The Solid South."
Graduating Exercises.
The graduating e'e'rc<'l.s will take'
:,lac- otn Tuesday nmorniing. h, 'glning
at I. o'clock. A full program will
' gihen in Tuesday inorning's Sun


limnt. II ii,4l Seethe tu cere' 'l: las -o *fl 1w dd re.- l.to the graduate's m ill tN.
e-ighit I eflhltg ge-tatlemnaen mtw ri -it ii I fl
I'l aft e r ire-i aiaarY 4tontI-ate st. ,levaik-r or tha tpt.in'1 i, ib. a ocaz
,I some tino ae-a,*' Tht mu Ictc e i fe twdi inl 1.1. .:6 i i, pir ni let
ocasic. .iot a, ill as oil NMepleel.% 1e1141 of xrtat iAnt. Hl'ctaaird re tilt h
tlic ,;aA1111 j,, -A i% anritiia. -, v. ;!I Ho i- a tea-la' rl '%ho I hi, tich. ii1.-%.srl al
arais.he'd bYthe' ON.O (r ie1- ilt- Or tea-it e-a illses .t r %%ciiiiiinv
tra unde-r the..- Iadcr- ip ife srl'r! if i- Na ; IItie -g,.,atiiiowi-ii~t


Market for Sea Is-


land Cotton Is Firm


i.- u ket for So i
aw i firmni Ath a


Isllandls


.' I hie 'S lei for the' w,'e-k wc a,. acril : The' following prices were' based on


Kg(Xl hU. -:11 ele,.,


oii the basit. of Isrel lwit- i|iot ttl;t lt
At the clead offe'rnIgK are-' Iret't w-llI
de-plelted. except for tht, lower Kradc.-,
anid for the light rnceilpt facitrns are,
now asking an aduanie-
('Crp accounts r.emailn al)out Ith
sbal The crop is unusual: e-arly
all iittlte prolnillig in 2SoItl ihw ti
G., .ia. but a- pitrelc usl.> tagIg' .,'d
the (tol night lihav Iroughtl tlie ;and
wai ni dry i.atilel r i.- ntowa r lliired
or 1(I1 dle'te ratiiti 1I- I' x.
Ie-" *d


a e'e'kli oat l)'niela! e
ojuiv i 'heridas t
Saaic (Ge'orgiau
Extra chokiceF e'loreidla?.
Extra choice (ue'orgir.-
Choice- Ga's and Fla's
Ex. finae Gav astd FI's
lFine ~Gae.said Fla's
I Comnmon Ga eP and Flhas

('IAARI.ESTON .S C
SO'4.ia I-.ljan l- Quoe01.it teete-
4 -ijets 11 e11o,. 0' X1'4 It f -


Brothers Meet in Fatal


are' r.\ ie'd


14 1jl.)
12 tao13
140 to Il


.e..,


.rau Shiner, a negro lalor, r ea-
ilo.ed at the sawmill plantt of C. .
Ipunhan at Paradise. was' Instantly
killed there late FilSida (nuing.
It i. .tja tl:;at the n14i4 o waa. ll
gaged In working arolndl te mill
and in souie manner whise' he was
perf )rm.aitg hi14 t h t;..- '.. ':. .'." I ,
logs that are drawn Ip for the ('rr-
riagt. one of them slippld and caught
him. breaking his neck.
The negro was a middle-aged labor-
er. having been in the eNploy of the
mill for some time. and the accident
was deeply regretted by hils employ-
r' and coworkers.
Ills wife was here Saturday for the
Iurpl)o of purchasing the coffin and
arranging for the funeral, which was
held at Paradise in the afternoon.

and lee I'niversity. he was appointed
an instructor and held the position
for two years. IDuring therw two
years he also studied law. After this
he accepted the princlpalshipl of the
Norfolk Academy. From Norfolk he
went to Mary Institute. Washlngton
University. as president and profess
..r of iphilos.ophy. This impition he'
resigned to accept the professorship
of Latin at Tulaue 'univherity. At
this latter institution he was further
honored by being made dean of the
('olleh". of I.ttcr::l Artr He .is now
chairman of the committee in charge
if the Jeans Fund for advancing edu-


TAI.I4AHASSEE, May
tt.it;c,ii of the W\'illiams


22.-Consid- to speak agatest the argelseate
oyster bill forth by the Oeveraer Sor s


i.,ain (ccup'lled nearly the entire time
cf the Senate yesterday.
A deputy sheriff was sent to Jack-
Snville Thursday and Immediately
upon his return yesterday he appear-
ed before the secret Senate caucus
of nine In one of the committee
(oonnm in the afternoon. This follow-
*"I the loing executive session of
Thursday. It is understood that the
.(ts In the catse will lie brought out
water The letting out of swme ad-
%\alne information uion a bill is said
to hate something to do with It.
The Senators all maintain strict se-
crecy. which is In accordance with
the rules of the executive seslson.
A message was received from the
;overnor transmitting without hil
signature the Johnson bill prohibiting
flre insurance companies from setting
upl lack of title as a defense against
Payment of locli c'r.
The Governor net forth that in his
opinion more disadvantages wold re-
,ilt from the enactment of the law
than advantages.
Senator Flournoy of DeFualak and
Senator Miller of Santa Rosa county
each spoke In favor of over-riding the
veto of tbe Oovernor.
The matter was accordlnglav t as
a special order for this morning.
Senator Plournoy expressed a wish


bill.
THE HOUSE.
With the killMg of the Doke t n-
ty uliformity of tart-bhk bill the
advancing of the Cai State aMrIm.
Ity measure to third reedr S ad the
pusrhin of the Taylor Sttm uaraty
of bank deposits bMi to third readily
the House swung down to beushds
on some important matters.
Whea the House mt I the mor-
Ing arguments were reme4d against
indednlte potponet ast of the Die
bill. but the modtik was eard bW
a large majority, whe It ually eas
to a vote, and thel i was killed.
The State slfonrmlty plan was thek
pushed on to third retag.
The afternoon was devted to the
cosideratlon of Mr. Taylrs bank
guaranty bill. which is eolapauio to
the Senate bi prepared by Senator
McMullea.
A bill appropriatitng .00 to be
used nl purchasif a silver srviea
for the new habttrlhip PirMis w
passed at the f -aessm e lo e
House by a veto 38 to I. TLh Mb
authorLiea the apps-otmet om a SIM
-.~slon to purchase uad p t tMe
rllver service.

Isn't th mere semt a wIh wy
want ad. ea do tar y toe 8 ?


c'ation in the South fie was for a home on Lake Swan oR account of Columbia. 8. C,
(Im.. ivi< president of the SLauscur his health. It is hoped that a good I. J. Harris, rl admlr of th
Su itn n.r SclioOl of Lainguage.s. ,'t *Ill w on improve It. Oeorr goithkerm sd ieyAr v
Ie t' h I .i I tli :. d i Two good shower fell on Tuesday road. was In town FrIay e bnag
. ral text .ooktk.. ha lectured on educa- an:Tld \VWdtir:day, the total rain-fall. i, -.
ioietl ;and !;as twen proninsient in theL ork of H It:rnett can* up from Hallian- Is the guest of Rev. uad Mrs. B'r.
the EpiM'olal church h clubs. i', on Sunday to visit hbl mother-
A treat is ilreiillbcd all who hear "' ;a few day'v while on his way to The S de or 0M~ g a g.


CRAIGHILL CLOTHES RECOVERED* Iab

Wr Found Undr Brdg OverInsane husband ins
Branch Near Cemetery.
ThI, ( I .t', ,,,r fi, ,,ni, tol I o, 1 i, i A JI IA I qiA tI9 l


Ie. (if flia )! t-ee'faniI 11% tef It--%
F~t;attic i .II( 'r~adigill. v.lich vi, trt*-III
s I for- lest i fo,%% (In %s2. age liti feit
ft-e a Le-ft .of 'A Ich Ice nero h,1-Iwr Ain
t1I e-jpri-.-' t.:!t ciIte1.- At lantic A- ('es
Liit.e- ah arr. N.il I awlectaettrard. r-e
Ic-ass. ii. %%o'rq- ftiwl wi unucism a ler.:Ixo
It'adincg o~ e.r a branch onitt h'e' road


,,, E:%,rgre-.:len (t rnlio-li r anid thIe rs-,.ult
is that the Craghlill family, the wash
woman to whom thva were entrusted
and the heller are' all feeling better
A thorough search for the clothing
resealed the*m under the bridge in
question. but the basket which con-
tailed them ws itlinus. and nowhere.
to I-. found It It suplpoed that the'
clothe. I .d be-en left mawalting the
Inth tl r to lias e\e r


*** Dlr ('ralichill stated Saturdas that
it llAlted. I i It an. im.L,,i-si, t( tell whe-the-r all
,n l stoc-k al. KItarnliclt we, In hl l i' as
If ited et li. A lhantkful to ge-t nne
M i,f Ih 11. ti aek :t-l the loI agKr'-Kalte d'
i g ___ i


MELROSE NOTES.


A


g nuoY Wife With no


S\)I('l.K. ',. M. '.' EKuigen crinw and expreP&fed a desire to die.
'I.- .ea iitIn inieil r. apparently l'Pr.hles came here a week ag
li-nur',. .3iet.rrda. kille-d ilr. )oung fluia Bavannah. Ga. His wife. who
'A -f Iwlfore the terrflted gaze of their wman Miss Narissa k riaael of Augusts
little child by strikinrli tIh. uJi.ali -ald Z; years old. came hepr peviov
o-,,r thl hIead with ans as a she sat IY with her two children. The co
in I- r .-ter'. leMardaii., i.. e on pie had been married six years. Pee
Matln street writing a letter to her bi-s had been unable to 9qbtal work
mother telling of her hard lot in life in Norfolk and became despodent.
ansd of her husband a unjustified .eal- The inquest will be held Moada


01, *- %,
When struck with the w apo the
woman's head was spllt owen., killing


and Peebles will b eslamled as t
his manit.


her almost instantly Ia't thbee omethlig wMic ea a
Peeblem wuas arrested. cconfes.d his m*o t ad e l 4d for yeI to art



Greene-Gaynor Bond to



Be Paid Government


Duel Near Pensacola


h'i"\'A('' Al.A (Il l.I tlee I.f tic Ait 11111,


I 11 .lt pi .111 Ml I k Ji'.l I' I *, l, i. t, lhi .ch ith th1." -ti'
3i. tnd IproI, r tel- f.tt4i r- I i- tl 1 i i I h.alt. tI do It fi I d (I lt -
It ar h .ere. tN its l i -t. rld it ,it. il i it* ,i c; 'i ,, b1reA- el f i, '
lw hi h 11 %l, Lk Itri t 11. I d .thi I h t t .i,. r lh, fs II l*e .et
hai qjuarre-led oter lthe ,ljitu liilI I -
of llid. mld a wll it lecthee tI l1 1,t t mIe Ke%'-Ie i, )our e ,i e on the want ads.
arh, 1 Tt.,re. .ly tI e aont'hliA. adeirtlied
uIlk iItisl it il Ili, h.ot,, r ati ,l l h.t Ih l- of Interest to ye .


lIA. A A Mt Has
e- tli'tl.. I 'I-i'1 -I t-;icaiat arias, ite


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I ',,, 1 lej i..,i i,..k Ae ti r. hl I.,l. Il ,1 A.w i % -0| 1 i1daH I f t hc I nill-d
I, l 1 .1.' .t i t. I til Ctit utrl osf AI'I. ,e I- .afir il
MIre 4 II l ilak aid t a I- ihsrli l, ,i 1,1i.I g of .Judg' Iio ,.. 40 ,l,.,
.'ia tln .,11 iI* M rr tlal l ih I i h. I' MeI .1- I lith ,I fl r teso e l o f ft. ll st
.in rl isr' I,, it. .1 1. o M r : le The ail'-i'ia 1,iiiett1, l i.l co late-l-d uiis on rei wrd
o it.rg -. I't' ,il r '* tI. i i aill iii ill It. Auhi,- lto o li
I',.-a 1* .ir It'i. tg ri ,ae st id .hl e. t i, a bI f,,r featiure of IthI l it **Sp M s ball
ithK Ir -, .* arI ngrei'. a ar M l i atit., I is..- of (Gr-. alnd (Gaynor,
re esl.. i'*1 'd Ii tw o Is .a (eoisilltot d several )year' s
Th.c i..i frai-led. of Hions W E a., eof frauds IIn (tG'overnluent harbor
1:.a. r a ill ir irt. t t ht ear that li i, t i raIr l -
I .,,I it i, anh ltih Tallahanner teo tli ils .ret- d i-lte was In the


I l 11, of ith (ibernmellat agalust the
I *ul- (of J[uiaf I l a.r). who was on
IIe inlotl f I lenvjUatsiu Gree.w. aand
*a-,lailedi judlgellnt 4 favor of te
(*, rialll,. J t Judse Hlough The
I'ir ult Co('urt of Appeal. lu the d
cle-lou held that the bold was legally
forferll(ed hbeu nGre-nue failed to ap
I-'Ur Its court. and the decisiat Ii
ithi case hirch was mad aa a test,
willl I. applied by the FedeIr l a*
ihoritl... to the prtromee41diugs a1al t
fI s nor.. he''ndsii o-n


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'THB DAILY SUN: GAINVILLF, FWLR IDA, MAY 23. 1909


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% bed a Mst agelly pdleered their
mbed Imes the ameo lty vu.d
am M hi dipoma. ok toa e
5 members present Priday nlsht.
Sn been absten or tardy a
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CMararyy, r lnLahet Ruth.
aISb Mos** Thomas. Miss
mitMe. Peeler having was Brat
ud hamers, usupectively.
e Mesbed byr the faculty to de-
AM te valedietory had salt o trra
1OgI was elecee by the class
* "uAN the dier prophecy. The
r mgmbere of ca cas prepared
-theses theeCb they read at
ageusreb durin the we.k
WTh Ue representatives on the pro
hr VF sY i aght delllered their
iete Wit Ibe ease and selfposses


imo e ss smesd seakers .
Of mW S Ie bst thing of the
S we aS insoim e address by
r. l-I bI he ats foret the
p--Ieme f ale- -A d at imporw
mm d ofe Si epsE usad sbow-
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taWl a mr thm tMe stiMtarti
After m deverlag of the -dipla
the program was Iterrnupted Jut
S eagem for Mr. Matheemo to de-
Nwar to Mie Atale Tradwell, a pupil
of the imr del, a mdal oered
by the J. J. FIlaey Chpter of the
U. D. C. or the bet *ay on the
Ie ofe Jefers IsDavi. Mr. MtMbe-
se's pr-esamation speech was brief
but very appropriate.

MW MOVIm PNICTUMI HOw.

Ple1t Night Pwoved uesmss, Netwith.
stees" TeaaTg
The KaltbeM Movita Peture Show
gave itsa rt eatertalament at the
New Baird last ialgt, sad considertla
the ftet that only short notice was
ives, only one day, the house was
fairly wel flled, and those who at-
temde were perfectly satidsed.
It Is the lntoetio of Manaer Kalb-
io1d to put om a Arst-clas show each
aUght urlng the week, except Sun-
day. and the venture will no doubt
prove proiltahle.
Iteglnntng Monday night a regular
nightly entertalnmIet will be lllen
with license lnms, among the best
In the market, and the small price of
"dmliseon Is bound to draw the crowd.

il iOneies and Coaisipation.
For years I was troubled with bil
louaness and constipation, which tnade
life nilserable for iue. My :iip'ett.
failed uie. I loht mny usual fore" a'i!,
vitality. P'ep-in Ipriarationsm ai a c(a
'taitties only itti l liwtt r \. *
I do not know hitereI I .houild i:; \
been today had I not tried ('hatit.
land's Stomach and Liver Tati'l.
The tablets relieve the tillfelling at
once, strengthen the digeMti(e fu:ne
tUose. puify the stomach. liver a.ti
blood, helping the system to dlo it,
work naturally --M rS. ot, a I'ott -.
birlnglham. Ala. These tablets arv
for male by all drugista.

BURKHIMW PIANO CONTEST.


Following is the result as c
lat night:
High School .. .......
Mis Killts Iand, a ...
Capt. Alhares ...........
Mary Fernandes .............
I. W Gleason .. ............
Miss H. eville .....
Plossie Graves ............
I.mma Lee Hudson ......
Miss Zerouer
Mis Nora Stalls


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CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE.'
Out last aight? Headache and acr%
uas thi morning? Hicks' Capudinu
u t the thing to it )ou for businwe
' ar's the bead braces the nerves
ry It. At dru stores

Ouw "Wetr aa. brirn results.


MOTHYIER MIlTING OP W.C.T. U.
*2
Very Snjoysbe Progrea Was M-
isrol it Haime e M r. ony.
Another delightful latherang of the
loyal temperance women and friends
took plahe at the residence of Mrs
L C. orary, whoe beautiful bome Is
a pleasure to behold. Three spaiclou.
roomN were comfortably filled with
old friends and prospective member
At the Mother' Meetings the prel.-
dot nt gives place to one of the memi-
I, rt of the Uniotn ho kaidl euffl
plates on the occa ;on. alsd rnellde\,.
tne chair of her official dutilev for
al.t tin.'.
Mrs. M. J. Patterson conducted th-'
exercises by ol|nlnng wlhth the reading
of the thirteenth chapter of Corln-
thifns. followed by prayer by Mrs
W. It. Higdon. and singing of suitable
hynln by the company.
The following program was render-
ed:
1. Selection. "Habit is Power"-
I Nr. ii.art.
2. Vocal trio-Mesdames Palmer.
Graves and Coles.
&. Selection. "An Old-Fashoned
Story"-Mrs. Gross.
4. Selection. "Home Hablts"-Mrs.
L. C. milth.
.. Piano solo- Mlu Bertha An-
( drew.
tbeoetl.s, "What is Home With-
out a Dadr-Mli Andersa.
I 7. Sg. -Pather. Coe Home"-
Kim Brwerme DeLiad.
8. Recitatio. "The Runaway Boy"
-MIss Oracy.
Pklao solo. "Stower of Pearls'
-Mrs. W. P. Toeum.
Prof. Clarke entertained the eom
pay for a half h ar with violin e-
lectims which he played with the en-
thailasm of a much youager man. Mr.
Clarke is beyond the hey-day of
youth. b'!ng over seventy. We could
preach a little sermon right here to
men and women who have poasessed
a God-given talent for art or music
and have neglected it. and thic,-
fore, lost It. What will the
answer be when He asks: "What
did you do with the talent I gave
you?" The ans*-wr will be like that
of the unprofitable servant: "I buried
it." Talents for art and music and
other gifts are more valhablel In Hli
estimation than are hlver and gold.
Ie s and cakes w .re served as usual
after the program of one of the nmast
enjoyahle meetings that has et er
been held by thhe 'nlon.
As it wn-" the la-t ii) Mr-. fr, Yocini
could be present it.fore. he r departure,
fiom the city, a very touching tribute.
uae paid he.r by Alit.e ire-iiin, offi
hl % th'
moment of silent prayer by the- ladie-
In her behalf, whicb wa4 moot highly
ap; ,rrciated and to hlich Mr. Youin,
retpondctd in a fIw word- a hirl,
could not fut.!' *'*\'lr s h r r,.ur. i :i
,.ar'ing. PRES.S ittEPORTI'l

A Half-Holiday.

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l-.e o l, l tlli. l l ('in I .' < -' nII ll.


-l.;\', rt|nt I pirii i t ,H111 1x1 ( ,1 I ( l-rll w
hi.mizirl ateedi to .ar ., Ia.:' of ga eli
'*, t ,.eir *'ln j,! ,t e t j half *L.c' h ,ll
'1 ,. 0i h Jhi r-d ic atllt. I'e.in iirlma
!,' lllullll, r thll f M TI his l Io 11'
:e. i 'i le | l1 all ef tih larK *-I i ltJi
i). ( ilni *' throu ;ihr)hii t the' *fil|r,
T. itr' ar in th.- f i h.e t ia Ita!!
il.\'-. rr.'- ila t ii*. li,,l,'i,' I f ll, < i a *k
te i nd t, l ,- ,-r lt111 thl Ir e I'aI .' f ar
thea rer-tt o thi' s hl-hok' alida-',
o the bulltaie' Iior conianeif da 1ii- b. the' isatrutaci of the'
big store' and they. tuo. rejoice aith
te. ,-alalo.,'a for th, t'i,-t ,ig thl.l ,
a all d, rle- from ai it
Their ad. in thia issue coutaaliia ala
announcenie-nt of this half-holiday, a.
so the bulletin for Monday and Tuo.,-


day's store nets. which will Iro\e
both interehtitg and %aluabhl to all
Jlo e%-r o(f o t.,li..;.i I


Pleasant Birthday Party.
lU111it. N. libtsa lTbe- lt u ae i' l mIt,
IfulLaie d Ma' &k 111..1,61 I'l l ItI.l.,
pa~rt) at thet Imm -tei ia elt acit-i ..I ii ti
r1AttrJ*\JA% all, 114hll %hich *a, 1.11g.I*
1) li fd-41 I. I l. 1111 L.
file toi e) I i. t. er. .- ethepUi than
jr .t tit alli ii i 11114 % A 1. ( Is I igilN I%
1.0.11 I ll L64 II' tlitd r t V'- li lttoIP
% tre awri Iit-iPr-lr tb do -e I -a urt ur
A itch Iads thiOwla Irtai i c p- ltIn leer
man) IrtUnti et the c c .a&'it


No hot and blistri~air
to sp vitality and make
cooking intolerable when
work is done on the afe,
economical and mArt.-
a O e New Perfection
Wick Blue Flame Oil
Cook-Stove. Using it,
your kitchen is not a
r..om to fly from, but a place where all the
."ceary household work is done in restful coolnew-
i Mt A m"I fAt kh. i The


NEW PEECnON

Wick iM feMe U CokmSbve


i built with a CABINET TOP just lik the modern l n ig
Cm' con c found no other oil move. The porfort sa
forwmur. Thsuaizs. With orwithout CabinetTop.
At your dealr'r w write r a arrest agency.
heLAM7P- t-
Center
draft lamp fnt from the
alt.i of ode r Imp A pe fct aaicial light.
Hadedmm asnd aL. If aot with your deml
wit out neart Iagency.
OVAUn O& 5 MPw a


COOK AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
--F. B. MYER8, Managr--


Rt --AGENCY YU
BUICK as this. BUICK


REPAIR WORK AND SUPPLIES


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I8THXR 8. JORDAN


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORTER st OCK


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Fire, Life and Accident
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In the old*t atno
aomaaie II :


Staple and Fancy Crocerics

Graiq, Gardeq Seed ard Fertilizers
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE --- GAINESVILLE 'LORILA
Hligheat market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and othe- Produce.

A Complete stoc of Hay. Cora. Oats. Four. Bran. Yaes. Cotton
od Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very Ieat goods
t LwaKet Prio. ad puarmatee satlrtatom always.






Don't Be Caught Napping


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raii 4I.oilg" andIlluI Iike tilt-.w ise eirgins havt

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b urnaing


if youtr hou e


-~ ixlie,' tut'kt'd -?afely away
thlit %%ill cover yourlo ss
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livliik t. het r coill
Y' *U w~ Ierpredent.


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AllU RlES ARE NOW The mere fact that

BuNG EXCITED SCtt's E ulsion

PIANO READY POR INSPECTION is universally recom-
OF MOST CAREPUL CRITIC. mended for Consumption
is proof positive that it is
noe Suh Instruments Ever Given the most energizing and
Away Sefo. .-d W,,I Ece.,I strengthening preparation
A!, Corr--et,.cn. In the ivorld.


(I:i'. ;i (;leli me' ;i h111,l ii, il ine'
...I..Il'ni i of thIe nri,-.... (', 't(.atiits
t i I

I a r i I -
M i A lddi (;,oo.l,- .' *uir*.d a t linll

* noi ii u t tli ol. i i l r l,,o ,1 .
the' Ia,;l.r. l -- t,. | : "' i 'I-
rl ilim r i i\ (1 fr. ,l i e
Irit eclli a' i t44.. a e- I"I
lt:<'.!:i o 1' o n; 1i f ,f i, i %I s 41 1111 l..
Thel ia-ctions are ret-qli .-ted to visit the
c!ty and e(.e the nandsonie ipla.io.,
snow displayed In the window cof th i
Gainesville Harldware ('Conllany and
the Galuesville Purniture Comlpaii.
W'. want all to take particular lain)
to examine them. the workiinii-hil,
that has been placed upon them
and the fine manner in which they
are put up. In addition to the In-
struments we have Included a hand-
some stool and scarf to go with each
piano and can state without fear of
contradiction that such value, were
never before given away under any
contest plan. They are a product
that cannot be purchased for less
than $32.* cash and we want the can-
didates to see Just what they are
working for
Look over the list of business
houses and refer your friends to
them. Now that the schools have
closed in most places you can get
among your friends and have more
time for canvassing for The Sun and
merchants
The offers made by this pialer are
very liberal and pay handsomelyv for
the' time you are engaged. Se.e your
neighbor and If he hasn't already
paid his subscrlption have him do so
through you and secure as many
clubs as 'o. IIu ':i
Following was the result of the
count on S;atllui;r


It warms and nourishes,
it enriches the blood, stops
loss of flesh and builds
up. Get Scott'.

SI uIb I m d
ad ba f u .m = msl d
"CO Tee ib A.of h Westl" a a
ecorr&a 0MW PadShu T b f I

M.Ias Addle Goode. ............ 6.
MI.is Margarcar Iedlwtter. .1 1.%,.
M l Es telle' lIe |kal ........ 12.13:,
Mis lessie Carver .......... .0.1.',o
Miss Nora talls ........... 39,23.
Misn Gertrude Harrod ....... 37.54o
Miss Myra Swearingen ...... 1.,26o
Miss Hrlen Holder ......... 14.185
Miss Itlanch. Thompsoi n ..... 14.310
M.ils .Mar. Fernandez........ .s.95o
Miss Aura .1. L,.is ....... 7.. ,
\Mis. Ai.\H Sch;tter .. ;.a. ,
Mlrs. N. \ Tal.lor ........... ,..
%Mii s .NlaI .l W illin4.s .,;:
Mli- lrlai i C'ruch .... .'
M. is Annil Ittll Talor :.:
M.kll s E .\, Ilauknight ...... i. :.
.Miss (;r.:rc !Itilald ....... .
Miss Maude M1cKa. ........ "**
.Miss Ella laliley .... ... 2.(.m,
Mis:- Fannie' Whitng ... .17
astorn anmd Southern Ditrlct.
Miss Hattle English, Tacoma..142.060
Miss Mabel McCredie. M'cnopy 128.36:4*
Miss Lorna McCredle. M'cnoliy. 94.92.',
Miss Bessle Waits. Hawthorn. 7.,> ..,
lMisp Ella Jolly. OraingeR lights 6sfi.67I
tiles Mairliv. ('haliiilrhlin. Mica-
1n e .. .. ... .;:,(;
Mis.1 Ihrti Shaw. Fairbanks..37.4%;.
Mi'. la\'ernet l lobbitt,. Mcnolpyv .4',.""
.Miss Pauline Carlton. Mica-
nopy ....................... 31.010
M\li~ Agnes Zetrouer. Roclellel 21t.3toI
li.- ('ordeulia Crown, Rucky


Point .. ... .. .... ......


24.920

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11. 4 S-
l1i0.30
141.6sol


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Nli=! (;racie Mecri-. -lraild
(ro'.e........................ ..l .
Western and None ern Section.

;I .-IIIkkurt TI (J II
'A r I I Nlaedli Isix r i cr i ; 7:. oe
Y"i-- Asiii.- Kirtklaiotul. Alac-hua ,e4'(oe
Mc I-!. I W~art-. High Slorj'rsg- 67.1.7-1
i 1-:1 4l-11i I.- ill''.. As r' e idol '
I m l i 4 Ait IItr it ;ii t 1.14 -,. 11
Ml' s it-a14 ) .:- -.40. liku" e 1gh



Nil-s Aimic it-%illt- Arrdmiado 4.,
%I I. Emmasia Williamb. Tro-tioa 17,17:.

%I I-b (It.11.1A0.1 S oIt I Ne%. e lie I
.% Ii : Ea C h tr u tl ic k jte- i i ii- t gtI e' .:
%IsI-. At t i 4 \ 1, I 1 i tittoo7
% I i a 'A l~lot P I 1 4 I V 4I' -I e( I -'. 'f


\1 K -~o Ak i, A I rcc-
NI. La/- -i,,It\11 \. %%I" Ir'
NI e v,1 .4 I., 1 .1

iA J LIl'Ark4 r, ia:n-I

Boys Will eBoys
N i -a t ., %'N- jes 5 tii'tl jg -- r.aI '1i
11.- .I Io Is a-. I'Ia -- I .arn
Alr 1. Ida I t ti, t l) -toC sUeIh t lings
'i I ii., a's to -tilt e-e-Fi'iu.ly If )uu
dlu Aiib b lallard'a Snow Linaut11e-sti
ace 4irdiIt5 to direct 41 oct right auaa
Arid It *ill r' III'o- 'lt.e IPA '&Itaid hell
tie- 1Ie-u '1'' IV 2 .I I, nd $1 'w4j
jtilil 1, %k' ll .1 tIioua


Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White
Damar Varnish.
AGENTS FOR
Market A Company. Ltd., Pure White
I .ported S/.eedish Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
A:me Wainscoat Plaster.
Frescoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
itanges of all Kinds.
Pattsburg Special Field Fence, also
l4og-Proof Fence, all widths.
AGENTS FOR
The Grand White Mountain Refrige-
rator.
We sell all kinds of Mill Supplies.
Steel Split Pulleys. Steel Shafting,
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings. Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves. Stil1son
Wrenches, Marco Spiral Packing.
High Pressure Packing of all kinds,
.Hydraulic Packing. Penerthy Injectors
and Lubricators, Garfield Ejectors and
Injectors. Flue Expanders, Flue Scrap
e ... Boiler RivetL. Cap ai.d Sct
screws.
Also Turpentine Supplies. Council
Tools. Black Joe Hacks and Puiiers.
Batting, Schovil Hoes. Hoop Iro l.
Grass Strainer Wire. GalvanzLed Were
C:oth, No. 2. No. 3. and No. 4 mesh
In fact. when you are in want of
anything don't fail to see the Ga.nes
voile Hardware Company. We give
votes on all purchases made for cash
and payments on account in the Co
Operative Contest.
We always stay in the lead in every-
thing in our line.
IAIIMSLE IM WIiE CMPAUI


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EAGLES WILL 6IVE

A GRAND MINSTREL

LOCAL TALENT SECURED AND
PRACTICE SOON TO BEGIN.


Experienced Local "Stars" Wim
Sprinkled All Along in This
Great Event.


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The' i.l*.-. onEe of tr .' II sI 1 e -. of
he ,frait.s-i itle orf theO c t ill I* ,. 5
I Ir ancl"a. a t tlsn or ti hoi-i ..it
ft Ili' Iirxt few a* eeki tlhat pI tniii-


tr4 l- I i 9n ,un.' It 1. 11 '1

I 1 of '. .i i.- l l 'i A l ai ii
A I h. t! 4. l A i w 1 i 1,1l ik
,'i i '|l-<<>!. S he l il ll it >Ih< l -k
t' i .- ti Id iand si el i t isn.ltet riail for
Ii- ii w inig ,' Tlic Ila *rI ll tint not on nlt Ov
s ;i eHi,,flt to the ortaiiizitloin. but
a a.n attraction well worthy of the
patronage' of the city and such "con-
splcuous" figures as Ed Wellington.
John F. Beagle. Prank. Hale and
Fletcher Burnett have been spoken
to and will doubtless render their aa-

The first of the rehearsals will b
gin next week and within a short
\.t.ile the program will Ite iret-,'nted.
-holing all of the partie-r that aill
T:'ke' j*air
SNr. Allen state that he has found
a great deal of material in Galnes-
%ill,- that is particularly adapted to
this class of work and he Is sure that
he can give as good a show as the
.ao srage' professional aggre'gationt
rnow tiioring the country.

Notice to the Public.
The Gainesville Dairy. Geo. T.
I.tahrook. proprietor. desires to an-
lionce that all nillch eoas of this
dairy have been thoroughly tested tby
an officer of the State Ioard of
Health. appointed especially for this
purlpme. and found to b, in a per-
fectly healthy condition All wert
tested with tuberculinh toxin. theb
regular test. and were found to be
Perfectly free from any degree of
'ie-r*u(iil'tl ., or any Io--i'blllty o
o"'tora;-thiu t anot
This official also made a thorough
Inspection of the dairy, and found
same in a clean and sanitary condi-
tion. All milk vessels, Including bot
ties, are thoroughly stertllied each
day. which adds much to the cle-anl.
e-'" ii

A Card.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to
cure your cough or cold. It stops the
cough. heals the lungs and prevents
loli.UIUmonli anid (lUonsulition. ('C)l
tainis no opiate-s. The genuine is ini
.i v.llo Iackage .1 W. McClluui
& 4.,,
Mr. Smith Very Low.
Ti liai rii .in d-l of \ W s litlh
-.%ill regret. I to lan that hin- condition
i., %\t c. rioii%, aid t lie has beei-n grad
;l.,lll\ ilking fior Ihlie ~a;t- .em ,eral
dtal, For a minister of le.ar- he
has i.-'i ultnale i to get around and
iouiliied to hise Ie-d He Is amloni
ihei old Confederate soldiers and is
rather advanced in years.

A Hurry-Up Medicine.
Every housekeeper re(ognIlae the-
need of effective remedles to be used
ill emnirgclles-when something must
ite done right away Buch a reme'di
in Pl rr. iN ul Iainkller. for sliprailis
tind brdlIe., for strained muawles arnd
foIr the ac-he anld tali.s re sultlnl
rrori bl'iw anil falls. Ilurns and cut-
ar* In-tantiiv re-lihe-' d by it and
helpl*d to heallling lt nilssllon of
unerr-y tIM-gai Maetcrity yearN axo I1
Siiuse-ld ilI all c cniitrles aInd niilllloni
if tI,sl uIl. ir'- sld annually There
I 'hut il ll, h.li killer. Perr I.li't li.'
liaHM. '.eil see" the- leew. larle 3.c" size-


I


do even better-more value for the same money:


IBleached


Bleached
4'

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Sheets, 5eC values
**


"( $1

$1.25 "
Pi low Cases, !ic
4 44 i *
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31


due .... .... e

44 0.** *..14c
66 0. 000* .15
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A Slir il t Tlhre won't Ie ltuch in this an-
of rL. nouncemenlt beyond a little advice
a1 S id tile p ices. The price will speak

volunles. The advice is given seriously and right out
of our own experience will aililar sales in the past.
Come early. hlilf-pat 8 is 'way up in the day
this merry month of May. ID)rs for a shopping trip
first tling in the niiorning.
Yo IlImay coUlie with your Ilind made up as to
wliat you'll buy, but the chances are that you'll find
these o Imuclh prettier than you thought that your pre-
al ratgerinKelltm will bL up-set and you'll buy something
liff.rcwil. Chlliivei d are, too, that sine* these values are
s., .NItllilig you II iWelly buy three or four frocke
whl re you'll thought of only one. Conimpre value--
rei.,ie iiber, we're telling you these are rock-bottom
prict and that there won't lIe letter buying in this
trate-the liollie of good buyilln-alll Sullmer. Then
BE ADI)VISEID-
These beautiful Lawned. I'laidI ati-tes, MacrameStripes,
Organdites and Diiities, in all the good color and in
tile prettiest designs. lThey have
been 1.5. In, 20 and 2r C-for Mon- THE
lday and Tuesday (see window)..... YD


We've by far the Ibiggesit lot of White Goods for Mon-
day alnd Tues dy's welling thlt we ever had at a single
price, they are qluite tlie pretti,-pt we've had at all, and
we are e4luully lUt yOLu l lave lever entI better values.
T'hey I'v c-it of Mu.rcerized ('llecks, C'hecked Swim,
Light-. Weigt l'ersiiti; Farl'cicW I)imlitie and Plain In-
4Itii I.iimts-,. 'lT'hsc are go.ols whioC .every-day intrinsic
v tl (e would I. 134 1S, 2,f ainl 22c-for the 9 1 the
tw, ,hlv, nllt iltilontId ....................* yd

SPECIAL mTICE-- we re'-I-tfully announce that
we \ ill coiitiiut ,,ir' custi)I,. ialtlguratedl bIy us two
y.;ar- ag;o, of giving our etmployip-,y a half-,lay'% holiday
e;acli wteek, COlllnic illg 'lhiurmldy, June 3rd, and con-
tini ig cach l Thur.-.l.v ufteriwom, dfiuring lthe ummifer.



THE 6. W. HYDE COM


U5 &M. a I 9P. a.--"l i n Mil IM Iam k rol


\lisb 1'atllei Zet rouer. RochclleI
Gaineville-Central Section. tisAnnie
\I.-. Annie I wl. Hawthorn
Mis Je'ssle E'ane ... ......789.i9::.' Lis,- ,mula Guthrie. Rexhelle-
\li-s l.ila I'err.. R(( 8UR MO TTO: Eest lGods MliWiln'a Maines*. Monteocha
SMis. J'c-a'l GCodl in. ilawthorti
Sthe Lmuowest Prices M",' "'t,,-o" "
thorn.... ..........
-WE VAU TEM IN SfrCK_- i,~- G(;o'gia Sn"udenl. Hatchet
('r t-o k ... .....
AGENTS FOR IMls Nellie Ritvcei. M.icanopy..
L. C. Smith Gun. Mi-s .l atltl. Jennlin-,. It4< hMele
Draper A Maynard Sporting Goods. .i:-s rnnla aeiteitizi. \\';ilWo.
Dangler Gasoline Ranges. -. '.' II 4il r;awi- .liilhtI-
Yale A Towne Builders' Hardware. li-- iln. i l.ii. ia I.
J. B. Colt A Company Acetelyne 11- .\ii. c '.iiili1 I'di
Gas Machines. i :., sIt .illeI
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynoldsa > t I ., :;i .%it\.it. r.
Paint. \ it
L. J. McClosky Snow White Enam- '. :. ,, i,1i, S.i.iti I'.ail


-- ---- ..- -

FOR SALE
Model 10 Buick Runabout
("White Streak") fully equip.
pet with Automatic folding
wind shield, Prest-o-lits tank,
Magneto, Supplemental spiral
prints, rubber cover, and both
single and d uble rumble eats.
Been used but a short time and
guaranteed in perfect osaditie.
Owner want larger car. Ad.
dreu Box 626. Jaclukavillae.la


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TNE NTM I lsimsyb I n Thiim



STORE NEWS FOR







EMBROIDERIES- For Monday and

Tuesday we are going to make an irresisti-

ble offer on Embroideries. We, without
question, carry the largest stock of these
dainty goods in Florida and we're proud of

our stock and the values we give in this de-

partment. We'll make twoots of Swiss
and Nainsook Edges and Insertions, the
first worth from 20 to 35c, the second lot
worth from 35 to 59c.
These will I.e

LOT NO. 1 5C THE YARD


LOT NO. 2 29 C THE YARD


aC__ rJ To our t ade we would say: We have
hp i M you many a good bargain in Bed
Linens. We've pleaded you in Quality
and Price. But to you all we will now say we ae go-


inlg to

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sl xN)
S1 x9f I


4'2x36
42x3f;
43-x36
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lwhat the ISI ao tlomlalg?
You me do m athi at all. do
Sm hravely as y a.
IS W sa Star (lad.) my$:
F Rte Die.. esoay is Mesoe
ma"t m e ed- rgards
Preldeat' pelcy toward Porto





B r'd r r-dl e o a uoter
as usLtelhlst sad despotic
has telo i d its protest How

t iA is I the home r! Maybe
have shaped somewhat msa
At say rat, as they have
their trlsdeae to other
Why sot seadOD ther own at-
thre.. hteh the aairs4 of the
61Oeak irath to thnsrer
or them ader the law'
s haow eMd man whes asked
61n1W o4h M mus replied: At
to W @go s)lests.' The
i hd It got of President
sad sat t of the Porto Rcari
isM o*de CRY.,1


nlmlmmImliml


law. made for the health and we ll- .

There is mor catarrh in this se ;ailaWville. Florind
tia of the country than all other di- Ai i
eas put together. and until the last ITS CML T r
# -" .--ow -& ^.. I n"..i li


lew yards was suppu u owat t uw inuru
able. For a great man v years doc-
tor pronounced It a local disease and
by coastaatly falling to cure with to
eal treatment, pronounced It Incur.
able. Science baa proven catarrh
to be a constitutional dleae aund
therefore requires constitutional tr at
met Hall's Catarrh Cure. manufac
toured by r. J. Cheney & Co.. Tuhldo.
Ohio. it the oly constitutional cur-
s the market. It is taken lutelrnall)
in doeo from, 1 drops to a teasapou
*uL It acts directly on the blood and
muaeis surfaces of the system. They
ad ome hubdred donlrs for asy
'ase it bil to cure. Send for circe-
ars sad testmoaslal. Address.
r. J. CURNST & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by drug sl. tk.
Take Ma's Pamily Pills for as-
aIpaths --."


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SAVANNAH. COLL'M
RAI.EIGII RICII1
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M'-A W 1 A 1\l


MODERN

Oi NLY LI NE l


Pe full informatiU
any Apee SeabaMrd. e
GenerW Paieagr Afge


S MUNAY Q G0 RVACIL betag of an. t nlven alty obsirv'ed
h-- without usaMlmity of mtive or owr-CO
I Tw eet tt a f Mayr Davi cts of selea s.
In adertug a mor rtigd efor-mert "It o tr-htabed 0 -y that the
of t e da els ag edainasee t. -4dy law is a r$Ol@ -t or palltsa
tmd by attempt of the moael epetmest. The relglo of the ua
St pass aM lease whhi woMM jority may have named the day, but
* pVWro re tloftetary. has been the the Justic sad wtedom of Its easet-
Stople of eMerale disussio by meat ad cormpwuory observance are
Sp re f the tat I~ bued pom relouoms or setarian A UREY V
n T- ewft bo ohef U routhern od. grou n-- lfe
SArM,. publt shd at ookvlle by The wa whose oppaitio to the CS
r t. M. C. Reasel, comtasia the follow. obervanc, of Sunday am a day of -
* ta: rest Is founded on the fact that It A A.A Y CUM
"The City CoearWl of Galnesvlle tanda as a holy day in the creed of P O VLUL One battle pue
h' n acted a new Sunday law. some Christian churches Is an Intoler- dek spell morrow.
which is crettan some comments in ant bigot. wbh i sot In sympathy ALL DMLAMB DtOML
that city and elsewhere. A to the with the prrislpiee of free govern- BALLARD SN(
t. ic of charactetilina It a a blue mat. to wbich i committed the ulp- 002 NeacU Seid SW
Slaw.' awarratingly aifringing the hodlng of law and order. personal M I3d4dn R
rights of the Individual. we do not IIberty and freedom of conscience.
kaow. But we do know that Sunday "A better understanding of the pur WIP* o.
I. ldd be observed by all clae aa% pose. scope and wisdom of Sunday
Sa day o res and no work or traffic laws would allay mach of the oppo-
alM be b performed on that day Pitn of lawi-a hidin etisens. who are(
bl eoold be avoided. However. a at believers nt the Christian re-
htwit taug. mlday is subject to Mglom or the tenets of those who
the law of aeceslty k ke any other hold Suaday as the Christian Sab-
Ssy. The huary ma Is entitled to bath."
rWad ad te sIck Me to mediciae. ~ -
r i he hs to buy it out of a STATE S IR ON LI IMLATURL
stmo -a Sday.
-"Net euam- of its eliious sial- That Peli Tax Law-The new law
-ema -ls d Sunday observa-ee be demlnds, that everyone pay his own
Mtrybe, u- tfis i a country poll tax with his own mosey. This
Otf liga wl la tolerance. s hard on the wiling candidate, but
i twr ar tUee who do a t a harder on the unwilling patriot-Port
eW the boes eof that day as a Meade Obsrver.
W*t tdeir cAeeL No me should
e b i dl a llIt m belist or 0a0- W Mul Aid Prehbtkos-A bill has
dL As me day 4o the week, to be bees litrodaesd it the LagiLlature Th qv vhaoa
dsIesd rlly to ret emd aSem- to prorevt the ablpmeat of iatoxlcat-
As bhe m dat sga'toi esess- lag uIors r em a "w-et" L-to a "dry"
t i to t mural sad phyrscal wblth me ty. A law of tls ktnd strictly
so me aMa., saM mere people m avr enforced would go a long way to per-
b*at r that Prpoes tha ay feettag the preset local option law. AT
e*e a toIs a d-omerale fterm f--u- O D-emoct I e
ggNeament, m Mn 1 h e makjfta
oF to pM e M "d gvera; th Political Oraveyardo--everal stunts
t M. ada= y abold be t apart ua doe by the preset Legislature have rI
a day eKa, sad s t alvenral obeorv- been heralded as sounding the death
-i ebereod MikL apeu all lasesm knell of this or that prominent m-n
Sthe sahabitants o tS tais tT. the 8tate. Some of the members mIve Gainesville for Mica
sold boe permitted tht my wake up to the fact after a while cl in uth...
weu sludermiane or deWroy its char- that their coastituenta are not pleas- poi
astr a a day of rest and relaxation ed with the Idea of paying them the Returning, arrive Gainesvi
"The fast tat some Christians rev. whole amount of $ per day just to
ereOOe It a holy y a y in prt of sod death kaells. Some of the bit- Leave Gainetville for Sam
their creed does at justify contempt eM may et bit later on.-Starke Lake City, Valdoeta
for it or ts legal character by tbose Telegraph. .
oppm d to Chrimtlaty, or at variance -- ..Returning, arrive GainOfvi
wt those who ardit as sacred. Do It New.
"While omservin It aa day of Now is the time to get rid of your A. L Gilss, Ge0. Supt.
rest t apart by the law of the land- rheumatism. You can do so by apply.
mat by the creds of the churches- nag Chamberlain's Liniment. Nine
be Ise they are god. law-abidiln caM s out of ten are limiuly mudsiular
*e*t*o the -on-believe.r are toot rheumatism due to cold or damp, or the t d \
a eowledglan Its religious obliga- chronic rheumatism, and yield to the I *
tiU or acred character. Ana when vigorous application of this liniment. nYixe fl-t n
compelled to observe the day because Try It. You are certain to he delight- --
of the law they are not being coerced with tee quick relief which it at- t)X: ..
either it their beliefs or religious fords. old by all druggits. .. .. .
Coadct-ute. s tley r.l aurchitPI
opposed to all law botr human and ....
divine. r ; AI,.
"While this Is a free coumtr). I.. J r.Ui.A
where all are at liberty to twboeie and 7 m. Ar % .oui
act. Inside of morl ltlmintr:.- .i 1., i M p. m. Ar. Etansvi
cording to the, ltictat. a,;f th,;r i ii on U aI a. Ar. Terre H
S4 7 -a. -. Ar Chicago
aclentes, in mlittr. of r< lig',,. it i .T 1 Ar ('h-l
alio a C1(il. ti;ni c((uitrI vb.* i' J. I** IAr. ursobil
laws for the' health. sai perity of its ilhaubitants. wliilei no of t At lxiagtr
religious purpose, are of t'hristlian r Cinnn
form and character, and nmunt b-, ob<>- r I..,
ed with that understanding 3r :,.....
"Thus Sunday twcniem th*. d;ay of .
rest and relaxation to the ('hriltian. ---
the InAdel and the paxan. lhi a .i tie f.'t :t i r4-t i" alu i- .
compulsory holiday in the law of the
lad, t is obeyed by the Christian be- lae II'*It) Ie lrl' r' r ... .. .. *\
ause It is a day of rest in the law EL-ate. No maUtte-r ioiw *.Il I.,-t1 .., I 'y ,..... -
of his land, and a holy day In the uiigiit t ie. you <,ln't hat, e FI'i.I. hi-- ,t la#y t .Ji Jck-,vL.; .,., \ :t
creed of him religion, by the noli tnry of tile i.arY*l .- )y, ,Io a lheIl a.-
believer because it 1s a day of retst iLake an almtrwat of it. --
in the law of his land. which law he- .
is bound to obey to be a sood. lam- AtCL'CA('Y (il'AHANT.EI,).
abdin citiseu. Thus the Sunda -- i


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for all dlneaWss r. h TO*
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TYPEWRITERS


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Write ior Prim, Termp, Etc.


3"4 WfAt Bay 84.
JACKSONVILLU FLA.
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IESETALE WOVED NT NEWS OF CT AND

Ea IA IEAVY NOW COUNTY CONDENSE

FORTY.TWO CARS LEAVE GAINES- NMr- .1 ('W ard and little .l "ul
VILLE FRIDAY NIGHT. r I lure tera from t


Train in ChavO of 1ng'l-mo Woeks
ard Coreductcr I'.- 1;irs


Was Hca.


TI- t;:rim4 4 list
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gag4'4 i Illthe contrarlinK busitvs'A lani
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Ft'ng:n<** r W o ks lIn- .. i
S, ;ia:'! 1 hanrd!',l i.. .' !: .
on.iill;t' lov.: loevin r'nl III t!C i A .. i
of the State. and the 8 aboard I.
fortunate in having such capable men
who know how to handle this busl-
ness.

LITTER TO T. J. SWEARINGEN,
Gainesville. Florida.
Dear Sir: Twelve words state the
fact:
Every Job painted Devoe take's leas
gallons than of any other paint.
If any one doubts this statement he
may palnt half his Job Devoe. the
other half any paint he likes.
If Devoe half doesn't take less gal-
lons, no pay. Yours truly.
"F. W. DEVOE & CO.
P. 8.: The Gainesville Hardware
Co. sell our paint.

The Wilson tor.
Attention Is directed to the cha.i-
In the advertisenmeint of R. Wil..n.
which appears elsewhere. The>' ar
making a specialal sal' on Monday aind
Tupeday of 'ieasonatpie' iwsl- t';ui:
will be es;|leiall pl, ithi to the
thousands of cu.-tolleil of this poIu,
lar easablishnim.ent. Read what they
ha\e to offer in their sl|ecial an-
Illou ell n.lllt' t ;lm( rn wr t1wrin
lihet .lu-p]illi-

It its irnrilttl stationlery you want.
The 8un office ; the place to set t.


GAINESVILLE

FURNITURE



COMPA'.


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MI4l IK-l \V(on stov atel
Ranges s. ol,! il tlhi. .-uc ition.
Fini-st line Wlit Spreadl,l
Sh tet", Tow l.-l 1 .*1-1 Pillow


Fwo MA wek lay a d
el tde cekebrated 15 I str-
mer Mattress at $13.50.

FdtMs Cret Tick M
E tCas Mtt press at 85.45
- pir ie 6$.51. cal
W me 6m.

TAUE WE F IfNE lUP
BrInL our talsy carriaWr and Iawe

o lire Vplad sti Iw Clepr.
M ht v s Vo l i ha


\% .M1 .Jol on.-tN. i tilar .-:.. ,
acl-t. h:;a juilt collitllhted IIth work of,
hallmll hil re-';tiene' re'mdl-llehd and
painted. which makes a very attract
Ivo improvement.
\~' T. ('h.lnult. the' merchant of Ar
rdondo, was \%iiting his family in
the city Vysterday a.,d In"1f:t pr.
some business matters. He states
that trade is good In his place and
that a large amount of money has
been received there by the truckers.
If you want to feel well, look well
and be well, take Poley's Kidney
Remedy. It tones up the kidneys and
bladder, purfies the blood and re-
stores health and strength. Pleasant
t' take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today? J
W. McCollum & Co.
H. R. Wilburn. the genial advertls
Ing manager of the Gainesville Hard-
S:!r.- ('onpan;.v. has one of the |pret-
ti.-st windows' to be seen in the city.
While It 1s a hard matt,'r to d.eorate
a window from hardware, to ni-~ntrht
i':-rlor stv'ia*. he ha \e'r'\ :'tlni r:u hl\
succ'ede-d and shos off th.e hand-
son")ti pinno now on t.i- 1;h to an t,:i'
ad 1\in tai -.i*
Many weak. nervous w.n an,'n ha\.t
been re4'tored to health ly FolP-ey'
Kidney Renmedy as it -tlimulatet the
kidneys .o ~. the'y \ill ,.limll! ;.ittl th,
v ate I iiattl r fIom the 1,14)wd. Inpiur-
it'1.4 d(elir.s'4s th- nile \te s. cat.-inlg nt*rv-
i *e \|haii tionl and otfier alint itsM.
(',"it m ,' ,' 5 mla'a an),i ) 11 w Ill --(nI,
lm- il I'l. a-ant to t;k,.. J. \V


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~ i li itk' Iii -.' 4,',? .1' Iii'

'v 11,11k too,
I11A IMI~l liNc

V' it i, cr1.11.

Whooping Cough.
4 -i t Ir 44 jii to, I a 414 't .4

it,, jr. tie atll-r I ul' utf11 114 t11 111.ii, 4-1.
S .ini'f oII I I'.,.'li l'14 4 4 4Uti lt- 11 I
,i~4 fit- 1 l ('1,411141#01 l ll. ., g
ejIai ernoa 1 11111 "lu hal" ~ i- i Ii ,1' 'I I
% it % AitlI, tis.' bi. -.t rep. isIt Ilit.II). rt
!hirKe'ld of Ilarlan. le1Aa. a)u Of it
%I ) b4))took altjcielb ceacugh shro
galt,.' moemiha' old. Lkei had it i inthe'
s iaat.ir 'I ot ab title of ChambeIwr
lain's O'uauh Itelared'e ) h h ic ro'. wd
Iroolo l I ait'itio re 4 ,lttiid Ii toon
. 1ab.'lFor las Lb) all druiil~as.


hy


ot


Have


Beautiful


Hair?


lAmulf"if!ll Hbir is 1nr,,1, 'fhin fle
I'rf'lh (f 'f'I'/ r lcII' Wi I '11Who I'ill pse


NEWBRO'S HERPIGIDE
The OH()u;.I\ A. remedy that kil-! thte el:~n Iruff gnnm.
HIerpic'i4' is tlh only ren.ely that *trikve at tlw very nrt of hair
tronhlel, y dIetroyint tilh' landilrnff itrn, after whhlitl tl.-' air is I loun
t- reniiw. its natural beanty anl abhunndance.
tew wonderful succaw of Newhrn'n Hferpicidle har brought out nany
prpparatio n claiming to kill thkt dandninff gprm. Tleri ip hut oe aen-
uinew lanirnff germ des claim, hope- to trade upon their reputation of genuine Herpricie.
Justt t-yin the le of Newbrn's Ilerlicidei in meret aul se bhow Moon
your friends will notice the imi|rover'niewt in your hair.
A IrAn reuw womoannI nhAo.r hair Is f e.rtrenw
tIegth and bwlauf, ,rites: "I ftnd that by the
ern and ot ( er Jh ct" N hair is y"g
longer and hikerr tca ner efLre."


3afttwsovyw fr 3W ONeMW 64m o"a mes tos god moriRp. ~p l Uiq u~b m Jim onbug
orki i a" g Iu e twad&a m y d4M jim. srpleldse is N I N g t e S 84 u im "m .


tend 10 erat in stamps to THE HIKtPICIDE COMPANY, Dept. L, Dtroit, NMic.,
for munple and tooklet. e-dollar Bottle' Onarateed. At Drg STlonu Wle ye.
rail for luBarkio do not accept a subatitute. Applicatioi at pramiaset Partberwbps.


-Svt': F 'Iu'tnF' DISPLAY AT STORE OF-


J. S. BDIFORD & COMPANY,


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ANTS..


5c


PER LINE


AGENTS WANTED.
A(;E\T.S $7:, monthly s-lliwn Star
.**e -' I*r; works with one hand;
lclhiin .I ller;. Iamklle free. Thom-
a-i Co.. lhk ,NI. Ial toa i. Ohio.


SALESMEN WANTED.


Facbh Iunertion. but no advertse-
tn.'at tak4-T' tr less' tan D20 cents .L 1
%ord~ zwake a line; .rio frrt-icif-l Itl
*'y % .rd u-e r ta( II six counT tAiga*
wa' Istioia l ihis. CAU1 in ad~auce
axIut-t ac(comIplany all orders for laser-
ilaM Inn ILla column.


LOST.


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WANTED.


%%' '.'. t.( 4.1 I-1. 111144. %4:
.11,41 ?fItilt Aren IImj4 h %% I Ilii.
% r) I filnar ke-I 'ilI I1h'' South.

W A \ TE I I Teepr-Ii ieir tIh. iltmmo-r
411 i4l4r 4 I a inall till I ile if if 14il "
f.1 4 4411114 r.0d le t. t 4- Ii.- re Ili i
i.j4 ,1lt 1(m- ka.-. ;.ing Adifrfe'is4. Ait t
;4alt,11t14 ~.kr. iid jpnie --, S A 1. -'At-'
'41111IA 441'..


FOR RENT.


Sti ~ 'll,


I"4 4141


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I I
s It I 'I IN V *V% T K D 1: IIK
-.1e i ti ti .aiii I.' a f, to .-AeIlu~ait r

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E S 444. .). I.A 14. LI (ling tandia1ie i "la''
4.4II .% .- 'it.I'I I 1. F. (tolInltiu-!- N4 104 -a


FOR SALL


T.l,,ewriter ribbon,, both
rei crd. 7 'r-nts each.


E P.1w % tIx romin two-story

', *4,-; W~ 4. Mar Iimc 'T-f


%.i.r:. 1 N. tI--,II t 1 ,4L'sk W 'IN hI'.e
~4444I-,. 't '.-a,i'I. ~24111.Ad
1) lifflobill. Mirlall~flY. FIA


FOR SAIL. OR RI'NT-Fi'.c-room
h 4P I- 4-' II ,I .iI I I 1; 14-* %lt0e0.'1 1, I -,


I,' Atts : ru a 11 0


41114 IrIi
II 44.4


'4 .' A;.jal'fit C(4,11 IIIl',44t'4r4. offilwe

"'()It It l ENT t'.eroxin cottage on
blouk neat to scquarv c(ity aater.
lt''tJic lights, bath r(.Oom and all
loderu cdt'I tovuCile4i. Apiply at this


MEDICAL.

QI'i('K RESTORATIVE for ost now
hood Satisfaeti' n guaranteed of
ancaeDy refuudr4 -1(k- per bottle
Sold byW. U. JokMi. G &_


FE lit


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A .. j 1 -1 ab.oI4 4 ,1 I 1-m4 e'

'Io .0 1,4 11 ( All 1 l14,: -. -' II


VOl; s'!.1; ('crtir lot o10012l feet
UW We-'t Main st Lorth and BIoua
darv Ht next to Jeff Keodri-k
Will ell at a bargain and on ea*)
terms Apply at Bun oNIee.

Y(oH AL.E-Uood 1lyear-old horphe.
blne coldtlion, gent*le for lady or
hblldren exce-llent for farm. also
a good m aglon and IAruess all for
$11i ciah tIg bargain If sold at
once. Apply Vepper PrillUa Co.


TO NEWBERRT


BY AUTO
Autoutolbik. I ares rller a Ald I sdaft
acerpt son'Iay at 10:.3O a. on. eturming
Vlee' N4 uiw'r"- et 3 :tn -. m. A A CO
VEN IENTon. TIME-SVING RO'JIt.

Fare 0$1. 50

-(AR' FOR HIRE-.


T. F. TUSUIS

4tMIkIOAKING G CO.

I-'&J.L LINe OF
%EW (OIS'...

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SS .d.e i .powd tma bll
1b* 0a6 Meame at I a. ft
S A be Ne sesal wUI te~
Ilm t hen eart boa at 11 a. U.
tl The members of Dilke
sMtor, U. pI. C.. is accordance with
b Arg- ee etom of theirs. will
Sthe sanlversary of the
hO f Jedersol Davis by spreading
Sbemdl epast I the Gary Grove
SW hLLumers Io Mares Camp. ad
S this mge -e for them and all
sg ateding the brigade re

Ar aM have participaled. brief
estease saddresse wiU bede-
evened prenmest visairs. IN
-d- et the e eoths
Grea ead gei man, after wbb the
Ve~rmm inmters wll move Ln
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.1 smw. mland with pure
a4 & wd baked lt *he
"rty tabla." bake oar
gone the meet dellciou It is
e&sible to produce.

KYIVTONE BAKYIV
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-hn-I OA INiVI ,
gag retalmt hMel -y asad All


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P oey ~ i SloNville, mmand
iSed Resoe ten rt.
WoMdnM amy woman be happy.
After years of backache suering.
Days of misery. n, hts of unrest,
The distress of urinary troubles,
She ads relief and cure?
No reason why any Galnstllk
reader
Shoi1d 0 u. tffi i6 tlhe acu of evi


S.. L* thit
S :.'rr. John Hmith. .*; E. .Magnolia
It tr.-et. Uineatllk. FPt.. .ays: "I A UlI
Sf-re.fd from a saai bock and flvcro
p. pain. In my Aides for a long time. I
l aot stoop with bout exixtrlpncln
. harp twiages through my body and
K I did so It was dIr lt to regain an
oret poeltl. I was also subject to
bLea-Lbe ad at Utiew was very
, mnrvou When I saw Dona's KidIey
PIs h ly recommeaded for
e thek tmbles. I proeured a box and
. bea their se. Ia a short Ume I
Sfelt mul better. The palas ost their
s evWsm me I gained Ia tregth
I eI aee er Deam's KE ey PUls ea ex-
e eat remndy ad pase-d to
Sre.mM.d them."
I 9 m nto bra dealers. Priw m
WL Imol, ow, a .Fdaso
S'MA. V 4bu 10.ra C 0 t
.ww Tqrt. sole age t for the tUnte

e mebr tle -m-Danm-
r si. ethr.

me ory of Marioe euaty's Coated.
eiale dead, ereted ua the pulec
s r oi d.Oal. which vi be deco
raed by the Do oters. after whb
I abort remn slenie of these frt
se win be ode by the brigadler-
Ineral uad bthers. sho tie" per-
Iak
The felawing redaeed rate for the
esdoms have been secured by the
esmitts elo ma ug ts by the
beIs ead ata ase: The
Osals Hm. a per day; the Meal-
sMm. $1J3l; tbe %orda House. Arms
.leew. and all boardln-bhouses. $1
per day.
The reception com tte will meet
Sth tralas and turita al needfll I.
SIaatIom to deeatesM ad visitors as
they arrive. The oa e Home vwil
be headquarters.
The railraI elcials of the State
ave been retueted, ad doubtless
Sl give the umal rates of aoe eat
,er mile for ire- trip tickets, plus
2 enats. Tehta to be a salea Juae
t and :nd; good until Jue .:tb.
By order of H. W. LONO.
lricadler4eneral. Comanlding.
W. L DITTO.
Adjutant-Gleral and Chief
of-Staff

AT THE CHURCHES TOOAY.

DOvilse saves Will Il Hold M All
Plaes of WrshiNp.
Services wUl be otberved at the
vartous cburches of the city today as
follow":
IIrst Presb.yterian Church. Rev. T.
'. Hay-No morning or evening awrv-
re account sPrvricet at Tabwrnacle.
4uniday Mchool 4 p. n.
Vlrst Baptist Church. Rev. S. II.
Rogers-No announcement. Sunday
school and It. Y. I I'. unee.tinis at
ia al li t r,.
Holy Trinity Church. Ret. I. 11
Cralihill Sunday after Ascension.
Holy Communlon 7 a. m. Morning
lraeir and r.rmon I1:30 a. m. Sun-
day school 4 p. m. Evening prayer
ind sermon 7:30 p. m.
First Methodirt Church. Rev It. It
lirldges-Servkice at usual hours.
Advent Chrlstian Church. Elder J
T. Jobhnon No announuinc ent
lt Patrick's Catholic Church. *ev.
P. J. .ynch-Mass will be held -.~ 10
a. *. Devotlon of the Holy Rosary
it 4 I In


Chamberlain's Liniment.
This is a new preparation a ,1 a
:*u.d onei It I- e.hi-e'iall) aluall! :a
k cure for chronale and iiiullular
thIun ulilni and fir thel r,! :rf from
*alin weilch it afford. in ai uti Innflatu
'nalory rhUlluniatnlll. Those a hli hate.
,*aed It hli;' inarlruabl) hbloket' of it
i the- hlh,*'t teirris of jpr ieul laliu
4ac.4 k, aiir shoulder and -IfI nc i-k
ire due to rl'uiualltiem i of the Ium.le-l
asuall) brougKhl t! I. c \i.urc, to
*old or daily, uaniid are qui'kl) cured
b)y appl)l>Ig this liuime-it fre.lt) and
ItaMllniul thi sff lltd part, urt
Ufa* of tb" numl by tol*ulnt etervise or Injur). tL allay-
d by this lunientt. For ,ale by all
drugglit
Lot a waut ad. ne-oMet a tad
e you-l slomethi y n d ou d Aeed
1 W06tb*i6 you do


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Kathleen EtranS. .uarl Wh, ite. I want wo n 0 Vlmi 0ol to. a t, 1.*
Pearl Colan, )Mary Medlin. Anntik at b om I sel p. ki .r J Iurt;..Jrl.
Caanon. Alma Fennell The young .a ---oa "-6vddm w tm i V liM h t Io S
men present were T. C. Thomnon. yrI ms I ems h gnd 1J;4 o l e at
H I leal, Ralph Chapln. i..rnet ~ -me e VoI inrl. a ,pL
Roby. "lover Taylor.E d Clark. Fred % M0 tin=o-.,. !r='U WI W^Sr.Mm v a ii
Myers, Patrick O'Rely Graham i-tr to In i so hi dU lw the d.ct. -il s n ao.an @nr.'" ,
Lewis Rley. The party wa, chape- ,-'. as llUn W On ip IVl herm. -.t r'S. ,4u .C.
rTed by Mr. ad Mrs. R.. Med. Medlin. Cm .. lUr n and Paiulr Iulr i -i tr N futaj
t Win seof ownlsw'-k Imt, ro Ioit Ywllo n r. wt 1r. t,
The day was spent prIncllially In bahuer h tL .'rso a helltw.. wn's i dhaM^0. anJd ruilt .. M."
"0111011 0. and -)bo Ive tn -%4- Orm Irs ri
bathingl, dancingla and Ashlng and the j sm VSwe ** dee# and '1he ftn u tmer
yoaun tolks look forward to many OUN'V S0 11h0 S;e BS~, IaRd U, '.. S. A A
more such pleasant ocftsions. 8

D"ATH OF OLD CITIrEN. OMPAT

mtck With reii nlyoomi n(O pNed
tl Very Shee While. N- ilcorl ratel---
News was received here Saturday 0 e and Drfi Rooma oplmoite Prwn Hou e Iotel.
Pf the saddea death of Uncle "Hoo P.O. Drawer "W." ~.Ip Phone No. 2)F
aott. an aged and highly respected
er id...n In the .Cro C N. H. COX, Consulting Eng'neer

Shortly after supper oa Friday a EdL_ _
'venlng he was strike with paraly-
its and was dead within a few hboaros, In- i Ci IS fl Wy PlPirS
s nothing that eamd be doe see d med. dsS r Fae
to haveay effect.
The deceased had been a reeldent Consultation in Civil, Mechancal and Eectricrl Engineering Matter. and S l;eial
of that sectko for many years and Inv~wYigtioim, including Patent.. Drahing and uthplicating. Blue-prints. sk.etelw,
was known by a large number of typewritten Ctrrcular. Construction, Relair-uanu nal problekn in thli@ lirw so.
people tbrougbout the county. lifri d Tetlnv '"patin. .t. u. i.et Techncal Te.ting of Materials.
The funeral was held Saturday and
the remain lad to rest at NewsI N A 0 f1t
Hope cemetery. If inten-.tcl in tlr wubjlct of correct ltyk of Sta-
m W IJU tiar o"w tionery for any w ciety function or for your \ipitiil
Rev. I. W. WllIamesus Letter. card a uir samplepk of engraving
Rev. L W. Wallhaso. RHutlagtoes, We Ido anything in thi. liew andl irtaraIntree ati-
A. Va., writes: **'his Is to certify faction. You u ill also final our prices -atitfactory.
hat I used oley's Kidney Remed) If pn.i.rml %ill ,enl aIupl a to your honw s
or nervous exhaustlom and kidney that you can mnake a election at leisure.
trouble ad am free to say that It
rtll do all that you claim for It." C C L SO
oley's Kidney Remedy has restored e O LESS
,ea!th and streanth to thousands of JEWELE III
.eak. run down people. CoatalaD no


iarmul druigsua i plesant to taue.
1. W. McCoUam & Co.

Mrs. Phe MaetRg Has Party.
la honor of her seventleth birthday.
aIrs. Phoebe Manning gave a delight-
ul dinner party to her relatives on
saturday which was served at the
ionme of her son. I. C. Manning. North
;aiues illk'.
There were in the neighborhood of
-ixty present for this occasion and
.te dinner was prepared and spread
inder the shade trees In the yard
that all might be present and par-
take of the feast at the same time.
Out of the number present all were
relatives with but two or three ex
-.ltiut o s.
A Living skeleton
s the final condition of any child
that ba worms- -I it lives. Think
of having something in your stomach
that eats all you take an nourishile'nt i
'iue ti thih of the baulces have worms
ma) be )ours hai. Ike certain that
t has- not .y giving it aWhite' Cream
.'.rnmilfuge it t(itl. all worms and
S a tonic lor tae haby. Pui( t2
euets. Sold by H. M. Juhnson.
Tf7.! .. rf'r.
T!:- ': .
,.-v.! f. r I r "o
Sin:i I -at !. l 11son llti1'tla rk 1 t Iy
ImlCfi f w .1. I ain a ', f Ir alir '.
throp u ih h i hI thel, InJl,| 111 :l Iul-.I to1,
er.. wl If Ith I l t h 'e1*'I ***I a he wI ll
-circIrdli ig the th rr rt 'T'llhe l-
auas. crew Ip llhroughtl utI f ai s u ,i,,i4rel
he sill t"l,, Il l 011, i' i 'le


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CLEUA WE M EA SICKLY
Motber% wbo miust Ueir oown ecsfor sdan
.b welfare of tbe.r cbide '.hPt4 mn-ver 4"
eitIh4Nh a box of Mutber f e)'s 4iscc i. Pw
$o. r Gor Ib ldre #4w tier tk ehj1,-' i 4v 'tiv e- :
%o Ta Wte'irak up CVoid.. ''tair let. n-t
Co a 11- ts -1'm .e Te.tt.liag t9 01".I t M6414tic
atm ,'ua I mutwlm- b lri-. -.l l" PA V.M
vi: iVIA IL. 4oild li v l& 11 eu.. strrv T'%
0.6 6 a'-c pIt .&uy subsitute A art.. 1
will k- 10,W &1 M1.0a 1 ad



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keep Ilis money in the iBank. Money
deposited with us is SA FE from theft or






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Groceries ,- Grain

TO THE TRADE ONLY

No Order Too Large
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BLIO"TPUL iCNIC PARTY.

Prominent Satlavile ewng Peele
Vt WeweWbngo *PrWig.
A jolly crowd of (iainerille I oiin
people pra(cnked at Worthingtom
Sprias on rrday and were accorded
every pritUleg by Manatpr lambn of
the hotel who dd everyvthllt Ims-
.0e to make tihen lIl outlag a plean-
ant one.
Among the ?ount ladli*' sho at
S:. d e*r X .: *. Irrne i M
ar,. Bell ia.l..r. .;arion Futl h.


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h", v -.,d I ISb tIW.
91"dwitfull ibvrt wcto
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ibbewe lee. t~ d, tar p~rmri ,.j er
mt! ribmw. or v ow .d Io.11 F
the .pmyouIn if abI. ieb Wft) cryt.
Em ee bi m .i-b Iseso r n's
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THE IAILY SUN: 0AINESI LLE. FLORID.. MAY 2:1 li:. 1,


NIRO SUTE UCN

FOR IENOUS CRIME


TITUSVILLE. 'lay L2.At eka41lb
jill O 'clock y eterday v iii nat sii ii-i.'
was rneted out ill thi'. tit. itoo ii
McrFjadden. a giuej- (Ai%.k coleloe it tin'
ore'. ffr th4' usual criti.'11e Ie t i rte'.'
At t hre'" uciiaute's eto 14, ()'qINick ft
Fndiel'ii br'"--'' .. a lii j I

lb.'' Lilin~itia. tatae' a'"1;. ;, a *,.
to th.t .It. 1 5.
I 'Af I !). 0. t 111 1


I h-l-d Tliur.da..
(Aft'r th. U-ra i: r '
1.lJ k "ap va- r.'J, l, a
ui ll'-d :;:'.lI M l'.. ,. :, I ,I
th- ,inclo-ure of the i' 4:IT ,.11. w~~ i h
had Ie-'ii'n o arrcngtd t; .t ni, one
(mild lee him In hi dt': Ih s'ro xla.'
if any. EIt .ntl. I,: i:i.. t.
1*ikel a. foir tn dis ',, :* l w.'illw ,, '
#;aid he tii\'i lmoimd aitit r the 'r p;e
VWhIn .1McFadden "a.I I 1::.,
through the crowd of albot :uo I p.er.
(,ons who bhd assemhbld In the court
hoc-e vard to witne"P. the- hanging.
on his way to the scaffold. hie loIokted
right and left as if to %s4- if there
was any one he knew. but no sign
of recognition was noticed. and he'
then looked straight In front of him
until the black cap was adjusted over
hls head.
Dr. WIlson pronounced McFadden
dead at 10:08 o'clock and the body
was then cut down and prepared for
burial.
The crime for which McFadden was
executed today was one of the most
brutal In annals of this county.
In August, 1907. Will McFadden.
knowing that the husband was away
hiom home and would he detained
for shout six hotrs. entered the honi.
of Mrs. D. M. Walter.s at Pineda. FPl..
a small village near Titunvll... an'd
at the point of a pistol. made the w(o
man disrobe, threatening death if she.
did not. and detained her In her home
for Ive hours, brutally and criminally
assaulting her during that im-riod of
time. The negro then made his es-
cape through the hantiniaks atid for
some time It was thought the' criii,,
would go unpunlsh.d. I'lll tl'iw who
harbored this Idea did not know th,
man with whom the ne-gr fl,-nd hlai
to deal with Sh-ri ffJ .hto Ilr
Quietly, but i'r-sisteln th.-
sherlff has bh' .n workiii; on lhi.i (':ir,'.
visiting railr)atd adid tlirlsi. tin,-
camps far and 11t inr i thii x St.i- ;C i
at Inte al aI ua :l, l .: :- .
jails and lok <\,<-r all ilih.e elii i
prisoTne'r- tit -oe if 1< I'. -i. t n w
there I.:.t FXlbruary She ri IIfrl,wii
go: an inklimii that Mfl'faiill i w;ta-
at a railr.ad ;amIIp n af.r ,Jl; k--'e,; i;I
and he. inrtier fli;r atl lv dc parti I '* r t! .
plare and tap;iwiter('d hi i :n
\W'lhil there< natiura.ll. i I,, :i t
lt r f,'.ilng I,)tow rds thi. I -' li' nd,
y)'t there, ti.iLs Tierar I-e-n ..i,% i ri
of 11nlawNf)l) n 11111 -hllnr it I 1to
d 'v 'errv hin et i' lU' i, t l,, r rt
d ;iv :; n ,i l aIInit!i r I;r I- ., ,
jUlst ft31
iiiii e'-li.l !' ,' .! I, ** i** l ,n '
that SI. retff lI n lt ;>i r.' t.I thr-
iil:aIa l ha. i ,'t il M r \\1 i I I
th 'lr- w. tS a 11 'iII ti on'e1 f.,,t Il,
r;ai.* .t fh uln ) of $',V I, h I1'' itle,' 1ii,
ihc's aplreciatilloln of ltl i-hr iff- a r' .it
Swork. Howet. r, wheni MIr Itcr c
he-ard of this wioi*' h. d-.Iie'I ti,
at'-eit the gift. .avi nig it .I- euil
his dil y aln hal citllI nlI, t .a -. Iwi
I l el


A Smile
Is a pretty hard thing to acc ,iilllih
shen you're blue, bilious and out of
sorts. There Is a sure cure. for all
kluds of stomuach aic I\ler c(,m11,l.ti!'
comtipatiou and d> .-l-'lla It*.1
lard's Herbine1 I aild. \.t alubllsir.ly
Cei thl e In all cap-,. t 'rice .,o r1 llt -
per bottle. Sold by W M Johnson
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r. Geo. S. Waldo


DENTIST


*1 Fan*lliseuF la eble
Po I non sews te ighet Ika-
hlow urk a s~.a aaa m l re-
lleaIt wiN pau Isin i



cme nd If*ll WIA


G4raharam mBuilding Fap-t Main
Strt~ut, Northl. Phone 51 3


MORE


PINKIlAM


CURES


Added to the Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
('amden. N.J.-- It iim ith prleasnr
I that I ald myv t.-tiinaia,,l to your
air.-:4ly lIOng lixt --h,,ini tli;t t nay
lIdrtltr othl-nr to avail thefwlMelve 0,.f
this tali;le nedi-
S cile, I.dlia E. ltilk-
I hanf's V'egetable
(' omniund. I siuf.
S ferfl fronm terrible
S headaches )pain In
my back and right
-.. Rde, was tired and
nirrvous, nd o
v w '^ r Iweak could hardly
s tand. Lydia ..
Plinkham's eta.
ble (Compound re
S tored me to health
aud made me feel like a new Person
and it shall always have my ralw.'
-Mrs. W. P. VALN.TIrX, Malneoln
Avenue. Camden, N. J.
Gardiner. Me. I was a rat u.f-
ferer from a female disease. The doe-
tor maid I would have to go to the
hospital for an operation, but Lydi E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound comn-
Sletely cure me in three months."--
Rt. 8. A.WI LLIAMB, L. D. NO. 14
Box 39. Gardiner Me.
Because your cawe Is a dlleult ona,
doctor having doe you o ood,
do not continue to ieffer witot
tvlng Lydia E. Plakham's Vegetabl
C~'-.ound atriaL It rly has cured
many caee of female Ills such aa In-
flamnation, ulceration, displacement.
bbrold tumor, Irrularitie periodic
rins, backarhe, that bearlngdown
eelin digestion, diziness, and ner-
vous prostration. It costs but a trile
to try It, and the result is worth ai.
lions to many suffering women.

En.Ote~'r r m.* t.
"I h vire *ltplitl In'.: l'-i t ( e." tIagh-
the tio-utilul vi IIIK t:.l' g
"IIave 3. 'u ever trl il nl% 1.n ta ti h'eal
**.No. Vi'lat Ift'"
S'Y. n ren ti .? ur liinad. ttthu. ou .I:1
shO i elil r 1 I n ; *r. ;.'> *;
y nip r ialstl in 9ti4 ai :t,',n- r :. ,n l.
perfectly 'in'lln nld i Pi e if this d,'4.< n 4'
ro'li' e i; ""
The I" -ll. n -i i. I ,;lt. I ,.-! f.r f, e t
ten, i ". ;>i.tl th 'n t:,t .;: i ;i
"I ; I :t n ': .y in;.r "
.-
'I. I"; '- ,ry I d,,'ft ,r'u .' !'. *
reelI v i' "
lo t it. revrne thi, -i nrm I wt,

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l. ; l k ,. *f,1 i r l 1 "h1 '.,': ,
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-licks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
ache
tl o NeOrvous Hlcadache. Tra'.l ... :..I..; h t a d as hs's froiii (rip. Stun;
Lch Trtubilhl ,or lFmale' trouble .
I'r) ('Caiiullil --it s liquid --4 iects ini
io diiately Sold by druggl.ita.

Urc-rt inty of Lion Hunting.

I 1A i il .l i ss. :l 4. I I ftlr
1 11 1 t\\ \ 'l l '. .1 I lh >l lit I I
\ i ;. t \'f ,I t ,, '1 w. ill lil,. t L II1
||< <\r\ .T r <;irrfll fllIn l L;' I ;t til< t > I H
Ie.u I if. lht i.* I, lh the ':re;tl.-I ,l::e-.er I li
ta. Llln II iIt l I I ri-' 1 1 ld r i ', ,l tif:'
II I,. I 1Ad ;l -d i i .I frl, ;i f r ijl. ,
.e :rse .n *l r .r : l. th.t tl i.. L ;lt l ii-Hi r
*a :a 'I UiK ler-it iali hel .r.
li,. e. net.l nl ; il t t.:l dlly iiaie ll
,'I | ; i' it i lI t 1 It I I 111 II lI **"
I .'in h r .- ,nl i 0.l lit tn i, ;,V 11 1111 I6 t
la. l. klblL l1 tl li *ll's 'hUe k i1. lel lll
w. l!' ,u :arf In Lu. k. Their ar' lxulnd
t- g*,r\t ;~ u If >. t a ar hu. tii.: tlhae'
F.'ret and Str'an1.


flacri'eo'na's5 bronhbltis and otaLvr
Ihroat treutlo's are' ai qikl) curtod hb)
F'tpl. P, Hv, rd ia 'r a'. it o'socet l-i'.v
unalo!0ja s ii' it at'.ioA,'ot tlrfat and0
I rieiclhat tub, it ( el I t a' ule' tol- ce iI
nate (' oaccLaIi~ i appearo a IJe
I'j i ic..c ti-'. illica' l'al 'a '.ha Ic') ait
t -. J \\V C'(lIUiiJ & CUi.
War Play cf tie Facta'e.
\V. I.


t, ,i 1
li 1


J.
.1' ''I' i* -


If ,ca t''ltt a eliar ci' 'ele .i 1-1

bti saidlir trouble a* it 0alt
tlflJUI41t' theme ur~ l5 tbduruug
Iy cleause )Our which ai
sLbt enr) usi' ur vs iu the apr0Ut ti
order Lo feel e-i1 J W MCoullum
Co-
Stan 'Want1 asia briaa ruuw


THE PLAIN OF BUISNES.
I to Tesfae tien into te oField of
the Cloth of Cwd
It was a nuatimifle ent clt iost ifYw
Its-ry 111 of England and 'hIlli I
oft 'rnvicr tetIn ctit oemifelwsipi
Sthe Lii Bof
'rhe k Ilathi n-'u ime h ridl mwn 54'!'. 14.f'
fre'athetnsoble"t thf e th@ kinOr'n'
W .w% I% Ith 1 114 31 11) 110,141.4 .~c
'pi I.-' *-tsrt stel 5*%ax elowsed toy duke's
r's lonrou.l sh ) I nitl a
h Ii hice r e':ilie'r s 'l .-v rt vw ,

elln I Wi tal' n o'Ie, i i. Ii. r I,:io
1 'ea* I )lwr"*~( i ia I it ( i a %
tr'e hme Ifl~~h i 11 'in iavid 1H.;.I*


j ~.Iii ,>WeI 0 VT 'iIre "V.an a ii
la !:iia'e' I, mleer', fil Q ha iaks t~ist


HUMORS


IN THE BLOOD
When the blood is pure and healthy the skin will be so, smooth
and free from all eruptions or disease, hut when the circulation becomes
infected with any unhealthy humor the effect is shown by eruptions,
pimples, boils, or some more definitely marked skin disorder, such as
Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Psoriasis. Salt Rheum, etc.
Humors get into the bood, usually because of an inactive or slug-
(ish condition of those members whose duty it is to collect and carry
off the waste matter and refuse of the system. This unhealthy
matter is left to sour and ferment and be absorbed into the ood, and
hnn io A slam hiob AllM wit an a.-v bIr-- ii115 ---- r


....... ..........1... ......... I0II 0 I i u11 1 cr IIuo vn ecomeseam u wiu an ac
I Iistr ,'I kit Tii ,: .- The blood then, instead of performing its
I cim l l,.n i1t 1 flll I|:.li lll i'-
had s-, n,.., .-e.-.,' 1 the skin, regulating its temperatur and
looked ii tis .i ,.1:,:11 f r. -t : softness, pliability and healthful-
much ,fii t. v.l..ir'.. t. '1 1 ..' ness. Irritates and diseases the
an.,ti 41t. ,, ..',or.. Ii. l L.. LI 1 delicate tissues and lbers around **b
wee eway fro., tilvhe rtate o ti .. I"the pores and glands and produces *w
were <,Hwq ,,f *llv,.r .Inttues Il, .-,
the Wa; Ii., eI ,ice. ,.i.i..t aied I,:1 some of the various forms of skin
were llhung alill milgallith*et aleritr. uptio or disease. p~a i
embroklerId in gikld. nail the *-illiur- The cause of al skin afhctions
were druped with white silk. can be traced to some kind of h-
But Ilenry was ntit to spend all ofcnle e os e idfoea
hBtlime in Ils fne ln'e, or Ilit. nmorintheblood. Healthycuticles a
his timne In iI O r n, alace. for lent sweet
had been erecte l on the plain, and Ir am only possible where the ce- i, 1
tb e the tnwo kin-- and their sui- nation is pure; and therefore the *e
were to Iodse. The tents of the Fre.net cure of any skin disease cam only A
king were itched just outskle the come from a thorourgh deamifn S
wals of the town of Ardres andr of this vital fluid. Salves wshe
tended almost to the tents of King loios e, cumre. Tre
Beory. 0e0 ., CA0e Ta
The tents In wbkbh the two queens Such treatment relieves soe of pa
were lodged were covered with b cklth the tchin and discomfort, helps to
of goId. na were nalo thle tents rf t's' reduce in imlnato ., ad aids in
lad es in Ittelularce ulon them aid b of te as, but
all member of the royal families. Tbhe kpLn tepr di ,
effect was dasnllt. Beautiful pavil it doeS 0I rtaCh ite lo0d, where
kons. bung with cloth of gold. dotted the real cause is locked, and at
the pinin; bIaninr floated everywht.,e. best can be only pallitive and oothing.
fountains of wine spouted In the l:; S. S. S. cues skin diseases of every cli
June sunsblne: bores. decorated Itp and closes the blood It goes d
httern t ribbo s, pranced about ga y I I
So gorgeous had the dreary plain Ibe; a nd removes the humor that are causing I
made that It has Iecome known In I n b wek, acrid blood, and completely cures E
tory as the "'Feld of the Cloth of Rheum, pimples, boils and al other skin
old." S. S. S. is made entirely of roots and hebs

A Happy Father
Is soon turned to a sad one if be
has to walk the floor every night with
a crying baby. McGee's Baby Elixir
will make the child well---oothe its
nerves. induce healthy, normal slum-
bhr. Lest for disordered bowels and
sour stomach--all teetbing babiler
need It. Pleasant to take. sure, ar.l
hafte, contains no harmful drugs.. PURELY VEGETABLE
Price 2.7 and .o4 rents Iswr bottle. Sold _d
by W. M. Jouhllson.
S. S. S. cures Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, Ne
When the Terror Quailed. troubles due to a humor-laden blood. Book (
lie votilel ti.rr.r.l- tihe nii.-ig:hli.rs it medical advice free to all who write. S.S.
a im-.t ontra: .4. us way.v. lor.ke t stores. THE SW~ET 8PI
wide ,,'rleI staindhalii re. -rdt n sihi Il-
It'll'si v 'ry ala\. lhl' I, Iit' illI 11 cr I
Ih est '.. ,.iir l i-' ,1 i1 itl i. ll IrlD R. EDWARD CLARK I IK)IN
b w I.. '. :.'r t l4 i 4 f i t. : 1. |11.Ii
at el. -ry ut nidr itIhrii-t 1,' .a-w I DENTIiT. &
ger-. in te innII. a' anel ill|ca l ravil i
,kiIns e.l t e l 111 la .l, I I i.'- l .*l -
ulei tIe.' l iell l II.' *.. l I 't ,, I. .i I. .-,Ls I'Ia h ., ( ., a*.
eie.r i ... i 1r .Ie jii<; i '- '' ci '* ,' "'. .lng a
;1ll 'lv'srn hihlig a I. 'ho kLif, r t nteli a listn of wl
ct. 1ill tie. I. I" e'r:n- .r :,1, I0 '. lVe*.1K'tk B M tulk e -
hailra lrea .ullih is .'4- I'I hI. w! ied. l, el J A. C A
tl li aorthv is "of liir'. .. I li-l 11- 1. | .r IS A
, ,li's Vc a ih 1re 1'Al o1' .t L'E I^. t1ejIc I
1ii.1 %W I:i1t In .lll t- 1.1. k h11'111,
higher thlIIn tIhe stars ll ilot Ihi lr' --- i
we.n'r Iii lii' I-j ket. i nal Ilas fa.'' 4wi' I ce ow OI I a1ivs~ lle .Nao'oI .' L L -a
i i 4 ll '. .t e' .- i'-lent ii'- ;iI Pb'ho "7 d i .e
*..yir a iti Iet f ielif ini:1 ha a ig t oI ral Praetle
Ex. lianeg' .u u Ain .t aletded


He Tok the Chance.
11 I h1; i 1 loll. fslt 1 IsTl t i %11 Il|1 l
I.i I" ange" ItiI fuller ill hlIr Ire
'I I'- l i ht ive ~,w <' l u;iarr)
lei a l es'tl l Iprilt aiarl dstremfli eioUgli
to 1 e'.:or hl:it sipltil Itf he l r I. el,. t
**'I l.r, lh st he i w lll gl.*- Ih voteI* te"
i, ,',. ,'' h **' h ** '- f 'Inl
Illt d,4p',h. hW llalt d ol lit i all
I .\I l % a ir I' h e rihld a ll f- 11 lli 't-
hls k' s, I. fr"' he 'r I'\ eFv !



CASTORIA
Jlr IN nts sa CAI*Dm
The lK YM Have Atwap I iti
Sears thii,
e ua.u;.
The want ads. do mor real estate
tuelunes than all other brokers cm-
tWned In fact. they "start" most of
tbt business that ti* e okben S d
agents fr.l'sh

tUSI1NKSS CARDS

DR. OEO. WALIX),
---DENTIT---


"I Phe"6e l. AM* Left Si1mete


i;L.% i '


:t-oo uvnf Duttom & Oo'e. i
prw~: it ?%4. Gaiseello. Fla

W SK. BAKER.
AI'INLNEY.AT-LAw,


Vbt&I4K CL

CLAR


1'act Ic In


xoa imianne numw. c
natural duty of nourishing
preserving it uniform


I wasw th 3eai 1
kefl '- I the shm
I& bhr bagger Isasti
* lbs tmbe weedw w
m ted bl*W7UVIdemOr pdi
6. I waun ~ womena"
Mos Under ead Arie&
but So 4 me 0S


ma maw aleem shru
Nue Ii -eaw am
ftwisbtftat te, &fa
a Is a ab oveS Wh

urn ~m




emSi urnl rnIa -ILcLr
"r el d emS. S. IM
Irn somshbmw heS
Manskesea vld's sIGS
a.~d@L &sw.am% 4







ar wid kW amm
iftcw ad kid buuwb lr
dewi mtdhe drcdulm1110
he Iroae, huh. mpft
=maeAcne. Tawu, Iii
diseases and aftsm~
a satmfe egeilrernud)
Vhs. S&&&-has
driven the humers
frtm the Wood, and
cooled and pulffed the

every symmploffiPS.
away. the skn i W
nourisedwih rich
heathful- blood,, and
comfort is given 00
disease-lortured skim
ettle RashOand All other
on Skin Diseases and amy
S. isfor salet alldru
FtC CO.. ATLANUTA, G

IANt BAYER.
r()KNF:Y 4TiLAW


I..


Ir&oaiDA


11d *il.'lJ pro~ejepirsy bat
6#A f..ry ford). pa1m --me
Ld farming lands. 5 Ahim
,La goy nuIlr for&&w. Sla
.RLIOLS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Lad dolwitor in kQwrl

at. Coovegamolsag ai
sc. All business -'mC
so. Od SI s at INS
Qanwmvnu.s. F&UASM
,ASK. ?DOS.W. 9'IUmm
RK & FI KLDING
I [Avers


all ourtw. tate sa
rFderal


8OL01ITOR IN O HANCRY.

bAlyMOVILZ. Ala n C., II Ollcee Over Gaiebl N.tlozial
M1e Is Hauma 5lae&. Bank. Gaiueville. kWrlda



THE SUN AND MERCHANTS CS4OTMIVE

CONTEST VOTnI cUrGI

G~OOD FFOR


5 V"OTEJSS


for~_




Tki Cospm mayl be ao" Ta t um has o oar at ekbof d IM esms.
rnctsd with the mo.(YTSOOD AU MAY MI. Imm


1/1 J. P. msyIlmisil.








TBS DAILtY 1: oAINaVyILI, FLORIDA, MAY 2M, 1W,1


fbpa M
-I UTl~



uruftm a 00 GNPr
~"- I k9C



?bi3Swrm t rust. W. L Des..
I. Imm Tom% Summer Behes wHil

SO MWl at Anrredeo &wu yst.
S Mb t do ty yetday.
reorSdr 0 SowW wile m sy
a CUM.-m ftor. Priem INS
Uks pm Wed. with m be


IL I mb Jr bm F49W
NW numb amew Tgrocket.






IL of k rr

=71#A IM d
fft vo vs rM
as Vas Aids oMb

OW06add@. in'., ha
==ftftm OW W. IL tohe -



am ad bl weeas New TOkeak
W~a., am *ot kvest
vmw @mhou the



No wn in u toaw sed~ o

1& 00 at &A. bs-.ribbes va
MW ml w hae a Se Me o
SL C. IIIMAhm
S-m, to eane s, wam






W. W. C% ofLCkhr6 wh k WO
No MOW~n~l eder
a gm o ebusydbsad hi rn
V. V. nt of wonIs



toSh I" ~vam o .b e
sum mo nsb wr C
J I-. Camm of -.u was is
to d-eehd.



N Io Myroldy sa vkt


vd* twdas&t H besIe bvb titlagher*
-ft &e"L&d to, wehoimls
111"OURS bb uv m riewla and a


6Nft brekwagexrcsesoft-

mee r. JI H.eCo lrsn d and lttl
Mrs. D r. 3. H Coso and Utl
dagtr Mi- .. l~u~olle left yetrday
II Pout Whit whuru thteyill spred


ma- hswbrher.s
gr-u ctiag bulrnr oin this cit ~es*
Seedy. Mu. Sth. whro i one oftl
4YbeY (us oldlb friads rentewd his
InIsmwr tror thes paprltr for snot
S'eeLr.


J. R. Plls left yesterday for Jack
mseavit to speed Sunday.
jt-g KL. A.Pblell a B a was
tmises s oI tbhe city yel

A 8I old watch given away every
wek. Get copo. New York

Rev T. P. ay left yesterday for
Jactokstlle to be abeent a couple
of days em boaesia.
Mrs. I. ries of Doston. Mass.. Is
In *'; c!t." on a visl t, ,::. ". W C
t i .16 ;. .il Il 14il.i i Itlr i'
J. P. Smith of W'arnlto-,s l I n the
city visiting the family of C. C. Ped-
rick. West Main street. R.
Japelcas. Palms. Ferns aPd Shrub-
bery; Pecan and Fruit Trees in iva
riety. H. 8. Graves. 'phone 179.
Tako Care of the Baby-Itring your
baby carriage and have old tires r.-
,laced with new ones. (Gainesville
furaiture Co.
Mrs. aawl and daughter. Miso
0th, arrived t the city yesterday
sad will sped a short while here
voting selauves.
fTmnyr Tbompeoo of Jackolovlle
Is bwe speadig a few days with
blen aratd atteUdl the eloasi ex-
eraees of the a'lversity.
NetUe--Daytma Beech Hotel open
fMr the smmr May 15t. Rate
resma Adrei Mrs. Celeste
Hitk, Dytea Beach. Pla.
Iave yu see those "obby" cow-
h la--e. ets for me? A pair of
mre btasu. ad a stick pin with the
very latoet stae. L C. Smith.
Mrs. C. A. Marks and little e.
C. A.. Jr., are amou- t vlstor to
the etty ad are topping with the
former's parUts, Mr. aad Mrs. T. B.

Misa Naaale Sait of Wacahoota
was to the city yesterday. Miss
Smth expects to leave Moeday for
Sprltanbul. S. C., where she will
sperd seeral weeks a a um of
roltlves.
Alfred Knla of Cedar Key was Ilast-
Ha iftead la the city yesterday. He
was formerly a colndctr on the Sea-
board ad has numerous friends
thlreM hot the State sad this city In
particular.
Mrs. M. K. lowers sad children
of White *prita, who have beea in
tho ity for the pat ten days vilatin
theo aly of T. L. Boulware, in ast
Gaasesvtlle. returned to their home
yesterday.
M. P. Stokes, a prominent younu
as of LaCrosse. was among the
visitors to 'OGaeasvlli yesterday. He
states that they had a lne rain dur-
lua the week but more is ueeded for
the growing crops.
D. L Landresu of Kelley's Mill wa*
in the city )eterda). lie has just
recovered from a severe spell of sick-
ness. the rame having conflut-d him
to his bed for nearly eight weeks,. and
on two different occasioul. all hole.,
of his recovery had itwen giten up
lie is able to get around but is
in a rather feeble collditiei
A youn usan bl the. iliCt Elof .'i\
shon who formerly i-ihl'd Is<,r tllr
Ltnglih Colony wan tih' ctitOln f a
falntingl sell on the lr.tret Sjturl.ia
near .McCorilthk I llot.'s sti r
He wa~ ,licred up anld ilacred iln llt
sLop of 0(. C l'edrlck and reviewed at
ter about an hour's tlime. however.
and at last accounts was all right.


- Wh I md d aaytluag in oar limh CAl on us.--


Crawford d& Davis
--Lk-, We Oive VetL for the ag and Piano Contest




Let Us Keep Your Books for You

at*I yer m*noe withp and pay uf lailul by culaek. It will
fa- you trotor ad yur tw id chrck is por r nwilAt.


Phifer Bros.


- Dankers


U


WILSON'SZi




Monday and Tuesday Specials


We keep our t' .ck freli b-y keeping it ,i. ,vitin N-wv A, Qrrivir'I ,l;il" If i,.,1...
8 -1llh v ,i u lm ill l.I it lien.. ele.,t value it l 1il t ( ,;!o ,,. tie.,t.rU. .,' \ .,'I.
g__ -wear. etc. W GIE VE \'$lrF --


SWASTIKA SILKS
1'Pogeet
Arnold. .Silk Appli-

Thii P n-oi' ni ost
popular fabrrics.
Regular price, 45,
,5) and (tie yard-
Special Monday and
Tuesday ....... |3


WASHl US


AT HALF-PRICE

25 pieces Fine Cot-
ton and Silk Fabrics
tlint old at 40. 50
and i0ce yard, on ta-
ble at half price-
per yard.......Ijig


THREE FOR 25c


Ve!-to-fhle r :ih. talpe
in nieckk irl I 10e
--Is gmo(14 as$ ,o~ld in
o t II e' r torvti for
12 1-*2e'- 'p'eial,
tlihm- for.......j.



WAUh ISKIS


WASH SUITS


Be onmfortable and
still Ie. well-dlrtensed.
You caln do 1both ly
visiting our Readly-
to-W tar Departmelnt
Every grarnmleit lie
and right styles.


- E


S.... MIKE In ..


W. H. Powell of Archer was here
yesterday en route to his home to
spend Sunday with his family.
Take Care of the Baby-Bring your
baby carriage and have old tires re-
ilaced with new ourc. G alue.( ilie
Furniture Co.
We are too busy selling shoes to
write about them. but come iu and
,ee our line-it is full of spjleudid
values. L. C. Smith.
Our prices are the lowest, and be-
sides we give way a 2i5 gold watch
each week. Good reasons why you
shouldd spend your money with us.
*ew York Racket.
M!rs. W. J. Sheridan and interesting
IuIle daughter. Ixtie. of Ocala. spent
t few hours in the city yesterday.
Fhey came up to consult Dr. Spencer
.Arel while here were the guests of
.'.rs. John Shl.J
A I. C' il I.l ii i i .i% i : :( ; :
Uiit )io i.- ItO)A t-I|.Ig1 l d li ttho'
wholesal-I gro omill. .I.ii. I. r,. I.ht rrdIat ni n rotli
. *the f.ir r Il.ace. t i |t a 1 A it


R.


WILSON


The lawn fete for the benefit of
the Public library will positively take
place on Wednesday. 2th. A full no
lice will appear Tuesday.
Those. Dean. who is now employed
in Jacksonville. is home for a few
divs on a visit to his mother ar l -"
the iame time taking in the cl .-i,
exercises of the 'Unlerbity.
Rev. P. W. Corr. principal of the
South Florida Normal. Dade City. was
among the visitors here yesterday.
Ilie states that the school is in a
very prosperous condition and that
he has an enrollment now of over
125. "
James Doig has returned from Way-
crons and other Georgia points. He
haL. ween spending the past several
months theie in the holaso of benefits
Ing lill. h lalh l and flndi that tih
i l**han il,r \l% d r.r) ir: tfl it:l. I1,
sn eew h0isa- in j ii l ..(lti th;..:I f ;
r < I '' !i .... : .,
-ar gr .1tf. i, t it (ote' tliin grait chli.ig
h ii i lis.uill and trumt that lhe
i -. \ fl \ r mK.iird hi. noristial he.I l1h


, Ih-i to hIU p' l w I-2 l i ,
iait to his p. l reullh or I !*...' l.-. i>it \ iti, Itr h
Five-room cottage to rlent uu biok( i l al
adjolningl square. formerly occupied i, ,f tl .,. .lI k>ii sIIhliiii
by W. L. LeGrande; city watlr., ec a-l i- aIw r.- Isut aurpa-ed c ,. a,1
trick lihtt. sevierage. bath. and all rings i Florida. as ,est.
Isoderu conuventencets. April) to Mrs. ,ealatiil Ihicrians ofl (l;aiil.ill|. I1.
ti. Ii McCreary or S.;: office lraIit recently comilnl.eltd A
M>. \lt Yomi *o lf Fairtl.hd re.- .r,.w sliiing pool with comfortable
turatd to her home tehte.rdai after llath houses urrounding it Octagonu
hj\ing :l el'i the Iiastl .ee 'ral mionthi ..hi iie.d dancing pa l lionll. niIau ei room.
here attendi.ig th tialueills Hih i b11I:rliairdl id I ool roomsai anld refret.-h
School She a delighted ewlli hu. ,i-,.t itiand iln onnlctlein Ac'onllsno


place a&d ai.o retutirn a.ain s i i f.ll
Rev. A. It. 'urr) uiLd it le haue ae r
riic d in Itheb cit) and alll renniaum tlr h
for the nult ftew das -te H Mr
t ifrrf bha t olsa.nlieJ d le lreillln oto .
.And I.n-ach t i tsh I'r,.-.lt, tra.iu
ciihuh uiii T'iied.i ee iin aat 7 4 .
o llo-k
iHeur. Hltokeis of Mllcailni. wI.r- lis-
ililig in thlt cill I. etrdal lie 'late*
lialt tlie' ile-lo lts ill tii *I : a i-
trat l hi 1i I' I s ii ( i!, *i' ; i .n till
Ithl l I 4 1 Iiik 1 I 1l
-|1. i i, il taI lil li i tI .l -

.llghtel I lI I I T 1 ..- la
I Stl t e I il ti ht l i* aii .iut I- is. it 14
I' S i ( u ll tes A .e Lter l: I l li ll rli

s< eirda l.' *aI tI l' tlait ltl- diugh
t r Mil l .ultis- i hl t I s, t i ai e,
Motlidai) flu Iilot ill O)hio slid In
1'alina itwhre hlitl *l1li Ie nld Ihe re
i lulider t UoI ll' UIUSiUr Cii- i ngl r.la
I l a and frirt'ld


'.attlonr at Hotel \\'rthhington are
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