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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 25, 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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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: VID01677
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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. XXV I. No. I.',


ftAJSE I'31AV


1,909 TEN CENTS A Wt1kl


WRITING OF LETTERS


COST THEM POSITIONS


M"S AEODE ALL WHEELS STOPPED
LEADS IN THE RACE


MAKES FINE RUN SINCE ENTER-
ING THE CONTL6T.


ON GEORGIA RAILROAD


Bligs of Secret Sessions of Senate Made Known. o *S.h That Great .. .-t Complete Tie-Up Sunday and the Strilkig FImi

Wimlam' Oyster Bll Passed. """y is Bg Snt Wt Walt for Mai d opay to .
W a M Pased.the lusine$* Houses.


TALLAHIAS. EI:. Mayv Wit!'
the discharge of I. Alge'. one of the.
two Senate stenograplhers, and the.
request for the resignation of Arslst
ant State Chemist II. K. Bridges.
which has been received, the Senate
Saturday afternoon, after a long exe-
cutlve sesslon. unbottled the sensation
which it had been keeping to Itself.
While it is expected to prove a
season to Senate attaches. It really %
was not such a terrible sensation as
had been expected. Hours have been
spent In executive session over the
matter during the past few days.
Prom what information was giten
out, the two young men wrote to a
brewing company In St. Louls in re-
gard to the Humphries bill deftnlug
Intoxicating beverages as those hav-
Ing over two per cent of alcohol in
them. The letter. It is stated, made'
certain offers if a named amount
was deposited in a bank-at any rate
the transaction looked shady to the
Senate.
The letter was sent to tie.. Jackson
ville representative of th-h lr tri:u';
company. who in turn sent it to n
relresentath e of the corlpornation iit
terest in Tallahassee It was turned
over to Senator Datjton t(1:i .
trouble was on. Mr. ltridges was in
Jacksonville a few days ago on husi-
ness and was brought up by a deputy
sheriff on aan attachnment It.-u'ed lby
the Semn.iat- for himi a-A a iill.--.
The l OU) rK nie'-n w sre ie-rfe tl. frakik
'. n ii uteUtionil'd y the- elxcut' \e
*.on and lthe' Setnallitor do not ie.
S\e that thet. full' realizeiI just
-\t the wr're doinK anainuiintcl to
It wa as tatl'd 1ii a .Se'nartor tithat tin
ion l takel-n .. t- h l I; tl 11 t lit,'
Slate (oul' 11 d io in tIll.. InI lt .r. Ibit
I it it a 1ie-,lt e- I -.i..l a,. I,-1 I S 1
* I.l Iagh Itotia iitin iL iih .irIe ii i;il'
i,.-:irar ed b ;iall lho kitio\i thll i ;ahi.
! .-* hol e affair i.- r,.garle.-l .ai ia.
I ; iu1iath


>hialf f fthe Fai"i child labor ti ll
lhy thhe Siamaker. Its author. the. Holl-e
slennt tthe entire aftierlio0o ujon t(he
consideration of that measure buit no
conclusion had beewn reeiched by the
time adjournment was taken.
Saturday niorning n in o:rtant bill
was introduced b C'ash of Taylor. re-
latinK to primary elections and In-
tended to purify them.
The Hluu.e also rtconisidered and
then passed the bill appropriating
$:.oa) for a silver erv ice for the bat-
tlehilp Florida.
Many Bills Will Die.
Confronted by over six hundred
bills, the Florida legislature has only
eleven more days. The session of
1909 will then pas Into history and
it now looks very much as If a per-
son will be able to count on his
Afngers the numltxr of general bills
enacted during the sixty days.
Strictly Slwaking this week will be
the last so far as ordinary legislation
i, concerned. The last week is al-
wa\), taken up almost entirely with
the discussion of the general revenue
and the general appropriation bills.
Members are alre- uld axiXi'u-l gra '
ing e.vry olmiportunity to get their
Iet measures down on the list of spe-
cial orders so that they will at least
die an honorable death in reference
to an ignonlisuous deceaas' on the cal
enidar>p
Co0rmittees Return.
The ariou.s invt .stitiing colimlit
Itw'a hatie niwcaly all returned now.
The otn. th- 1 vis a.,h the Stat. te-
tformn Slhool at Mlarianna has. re.lort
*ed and the other.- will in a fe,- da.el
Thi. oine that wcnt-t to th. State- It.
form Schlol w-ii t o orle ila- < in
S,. r'i anr:iic-i il i S, t r a- thl,--' ill
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it'll is-li 't '-) h id. illt lh,.' l( Ih o l
,- \, r, ;e:Nirl# <.iilil e.l-d aitlh
; rco-l.tih th- Sta ;I tar iore- that.i


I1, greatt CojO,|rati. vontest.' A(;I'STA. Ga. May 24.-The (Geor
which l, tih. lrgie t c ster altttemptlted In ,ta Railroad iap completely tied up
this. i.ctionl. I iprlvin a I)bulsi.s Iilt night. The management did not


4viter lor t le large t iitita r of I u I.
le,.p ,irir,, o (tpllhrctt d Vi lil I;.
lnt,-r t I;- on the' iat r.':-e and at
all tiline' duriglK the da. ,,in can '.we
candidatiaI. oil l. t- i, a .,... .,,
business for the hus-lla.'. liou 'e in
order to get the votes.
Miss Goode has made a most re-
markable race since entering the con-
test Just two weeks ago and it only
proves what can be done lty energetic
work.
Following is the result:
Gain-eville-Central Sectin.


Miss


Miss


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Miss
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Miss

Miss
Miss
Mrs.

Miss
Miss
Miss

Miss
Miss
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Addle Goode ...........
Jessie Evans ...........
Margaret Ledbetter.....
Estelle teal ..... ....
llea-ie ('arver ..........
Nora Stalls ............
(Gertrude' Harrod ......
Myra Swearingen ......
Illenche Thonmpson .....
Aura M. LAwls ........
Mary Fernandez........
Matb l W illiams ........
Alice Schafer ..........
N. W. Taylor ..........
Annie iell Taylor ....
Mamie Crouch.........
va Itankni ht ........
(race lIullard .........
Maude McKa .........
Ella a ley ...........
Fannie Whiting .........


Eastern and southern Distr
Ni!as Awl I- iracmna. Tieaa
Nt .s Muabel ScMcCrediv. M 'cttol')
,. I.e oruaae' Wal e s, -lh aloh y

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S.naatoa r.s s.atie. liah ilo f rli.r a t, .' fr i l,. 'c,;i.:,i !'t .. \i. n MNit I'auline C('a ltonl. Mica
I n ill I"- tak, I a e i t 1 tIl if t 1. h Iool ( itot1 n le' .
Oyster Bill Passed. ,.. ,n ui l .r J.-- e g\rl it.il ;tami< i t l Agtitc-' Ze-rrofvr. lloi-h<-ll,.
After ie'earl. threee. da. fl ti n. ii. t; s| (a itn the I. it- tl i;at a would l re.ll 11... Annllv Il-wl i. lHawtiorn
i.ilant wom rk l S'eniat \\'illt.in- I,,c i\ l-;i, bl. c, ali'lal -h ai-. inlst.itullt i l I P-- 'attl.e Ze-trooelvr. KHochelle
; ('-dar K and ai c li -.-in I, Th. KI:\.. I;Il.'- ielrinatage joint con. MLiss I. nlla (;utlhri.. Ith.he-ll.
I,'Ire the S.-n.atel for a lii i l tha l! i: laIlt. oib'u" lkoie bac< k tha- ,e-t il*e a-el lM .'s l-.ula lI'rrt iochelle.
I 1 ta) luallI. pa-.,e-d iha- h Ina ral -. i of th,. luaIntih (Chairtia.ali l'hier \\..,i ] i -' .l'wel l; miit. lHa thl cnh
I I Jon the. third readintl otf Mariania l.it- alwa; hlI-nt alln Oipp 1 -NIt-s WilVima .Maine-. Molnt.oc-ha
The bill I ilost s e<-e"JIIt g alalc isl 11i,'l t of draina.il 1. hIut hIe canie back M ns Mirtle |launInond, lIla -
I' anmei nd. d fornm i |.e t l t e,. I (e o rin i .ced. and t1he -aie. wam true of thorn......
Ir iu IllO u.t Ieln-le al t il aI-atar I,. others i~I their re.'lue'- they Mlis* (Georlga Snowden.. hatchet
S .well as a ioroJduce'r o(f re-v-lnut. lo w er,e accoliImp>anita d Ib formnriter (;o~ .r- rek .......
tl State. ift t is agre-ed to ha thie nor liroward. who IP pIerhaps nore Miss Nellie Reevec. Micanopy..
i oulne thorouughl familiar with e'e.r) Ihase* Mli Matlle Je.nnings. Rochelle.
Aside from niakinKg public the x ,f the drainage wori than any other Miss Ennima Eantena. Waldo....
-c i ti'e buline'ss. the' chief sa-e:nation one' nata They went to IAuderdale Miss Mary hall. Orange Helghts
aturda) la. in the -fact th.at nol a acin thi Kast (Coast canal They went Mliss I'ffle Tison. Karlet .on..
lligKle' neaw ill *aS intrtoduced inI thle n.et dowlni t Fort %l.irs to the Caluo- Miss Annie ('annonA. R. Point
le.ly eahahiate he' Mis*t \';Vdalll Stf. S Waldo
Child Labor Discussed. The ccoilllllitte.l alplpitlld to ItnCall ls -l Mary )1,ulise Atwater.
Following alln el.o u.iill addr.-s ili Kiate the, liSanall.- Asylu it ('hattl a W al........ ...
.%ll I trr l,. s ith. Fair.
ltli~i k


.a-- -iii"' titll aWaldo
Mi .a ;ralI 1<, Nio re Illand
(;roe 0 .....


Live Oak Man Nabbed as



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16.653

12.986
9.445
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:ry to move tialus, simply announc-
ag that it has the men. the means
and the equipment to proceed and will
do so w hen the State announces ready
to protect It property and employee.
The' strikers are standing pat. They
a.-,ert that they have not been and
aill not lie parties to any violence.
Sympathizers with the strikers. it is
Ret out. have done all the burt that
I'as been dolle'.
General Manager Thomas K. Scott
last night made the pinotrnemlelt
that "no trains are moving." Gover-
nor Hoke Smith wired the shrlff of
MclDule county to co-operate with
the municipal authorities ad to sam-
mon all deputies necessary to protect
life and property. It Is in this coun-
ty that Thomson is located and It
is at Thomson that the crowd Issled
their ultimatum Friday night that no
trlnuns nould opaa carrying either
non-union or negro Iremet. Gover-
nor Smitn has also asked the sheriff
there to keep him fully advised of


7.**': the situation.
6.135 Freight Shipments Hulted.
34 The Governor has also wired the
s1wriffs of Rtoeadale and DeKalb
cotuntle., giving them Irfrmaton
that e-ngile'r. claim to have been
2.6 r.acked at Cony( rs and LJthonla and
u. trgxil upon them prompt action for
', *'irt prottcti-n of the railroad's em-
1 I' 475 ,11 at id I'r'lrt .
rict. Froml theo offices of the Georgia
1.II.'. llnailrroad here last night it was an-
13.1.(3 i nioueti.d that all freight accumulated
.*;.;0o1 ,t Atlanta for Augusta and pointit
7'..'1, Ih.',i;rl v ill I.t. mleld by the Central
:,7.:, andl S. -; oar1 The (C;orgia road
!frihaigt station hiure' will Ihe ol-n to-
;:,. 0 l ia' fotr de-li c.ry of. fretcht to coin-
7. a.!itne'. lut shippers are requested


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3.135

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HIevllle. Arredondo I.%1.il:
Williams. Trenton 17.173


J.wA'l Stanley. IlHau" 2... I.
('lm I'lckett. New twrry =.33
(;.-rtrude. i;uinn. Hiagte 4.220
Ada Pearce. New berry 2.i S
Mabel itlrnett. laCIrosse 2.405
Lula Gay. Bell .. 1 "
A. Groff. .ewberry... 790
Katie Akin. Arredondo 7.40
.Nkile ('ato. Alachua.. 400
Iizzle Smith. Newberry.. 630
Pearl Mlceod. Alachua... 25
M N. Banchez. Newberry 140
J. .. Parker. laCrosse .. 106


er notice. After thus admitting how
complete s the e-up the road srae:
"The UGorgia road s omltting
nothing that offers promae ei early
resumption "
The Georgia Railroad is 171 miles
long from Attaata to Agusat. Nad
biancbes at Camak to Mameo, at
larnett to WashebIton. at Unlon
Point to White Ptaas and albo at
I'nom Point to Athea. It is owned
by a stock -omW- yad is being
operated by the LevllUe ad KtasN
vlle,. Isee. Th Atatle Coad Us
is Joint essee. It empleesr .4l to
2,5*0 men. 400 of whom are 'a t
train service. Its teat methly ayr
roll was $ls.000.

Firseamen aend Pat.
AUGto TAr. May 34.-The-trti
lag Bremen have entered late a
gotiatioa. VicePresdeat KeIley
Fated last ght that ao ar as he
was hld y yesterday ht it was the
situation from isturday nlght.
A meting of the toeal ormeaitl
we* held yesterday. hIt it was
regular monthly .e--suuatlem of
the lodge., a@d irte was di
cuared only ir lni&n.
The Alreme are siply awaltlg de-
velopments. Their Istruetins rWe
to keep away fre any gathering of
strike sympathirs. and to take ae
iart in any demonstratio.
"We mean to make the ralread
realize our value, that is all" detlar
ed VicePresident Kelley.
A freman is reported to have b-ee
tIken from a switch eastae is the
feorxia Railroad yards restedar.
Straglilne crowds gathred atthe Vn
Ikm Station every time a Georgi
train was due to arrive or depart, It
as there was nothing moving ea tih
line they soon disappeared.

Detective* e*rve As Firemon.
ATHENS. (la., May 2.--After at.
urda. uight'' experience in which ae.
eral men were hurt by the throwing
,of rocks a: Will Williamsn. a white
flreruan on a Georgia train, every.
thing Is quiet now.
A Georlia train made the trip to
I'nson Point Sunday mornlag ad
returned but did not go out nl the at-
ternoon. the engineer deeming it au
safe. Williamson quit hisa ob and
: ..''ea fired the ealine.

One Georgia Train Reseae Maen.
MACON. Oa.. May 24.--Oly one
tsain over the Georgia road entered
Maeo yesterday and no train wa
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Officers Elected by the



Horticultural Soiety
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Th li I I HIoearti ill ural o14 t t'Chiltlio. New Hmnyrn,. all of whol
.a. Ih .. I, -i ,lii Ib\ t lol I.A- c1 i r .se sd urlprti- at their eleleti
I.o i .l ,1r,> d Ihll-l bil t-I (orta fur the.
e *. ,!, I 1 i lo ,r- 5 felllo w -
I'ieo I i'aIOld HaIrk o( lle 4 t I' l aillde.r of Joeank villle was
II ii I i ila I. 1 11 ii I.-,11a,1 11a 'i l r il .lltll iisi, ,t-l ree- -le'te-d secretary.
, -i 1. ,tc I .e a, Ite, i it hl i isin \\ IHaurt of lHawks -Park was re-
ta 11. 1. 1 ihii61- 0, ao iSte. lieu-e .1 tie tIs o ifer of Ireasurer
-, ar I ilI ~* i,*lde Sl 'I f, lulow lig *. -aliitte comminii ttee
S, Ih to. I aI aift iord r c. .. I atlhllo Prof P I RoKlfs
,. I t.r Iits, oielld iild f ia.iia .-al-,. ; I Tail-r of (len iLt.
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he 10WOa se psh mere. Of the -mM
m01as90eM is "Who a Who'" esoy two.
Ms ad eme per eot were absolute
y a-lrmade; ly ate per aent had
enreFl a *mm-s school ejueatioa;
ssltes per cest had a bhh school
s10e8 ; sevety-f*e per cent were
sIMs- bred. keerwian to this a col
"ge eduiat Iereases a high
sobool oy's chase of success e oe
ti da. the chasees of a boy with a
Slommi school training two hundred
sad Inetees tsmes, of an Illterate
boy eight hadred times. This shows
the value ei a college tralniln inl.
Tceasig the eIteiry and happiness
ofk istudeta. I charge you to
rewa ste ose of wisdom's necessary
pillars.
'The third pillar is Virtue. The
Irat two pillars Increase a man's pow
er. but they may increase It for evil.
they may make him a curse to so
ciety." The lis of Jo *pih. of Solo-
mon. of Aslphasla. of Aaron Iturr. of
('arles H. PaSrnsll. acre alluded to
in order to show how> lio 1e.**-p.ar, thi.
pillar ls in building the I.hous To
be truly nsU ',-sful. t' .s', *Ti, l I
good. to build a house' troi:g aiul
wheautlful. the pillar of ia mru i. **.-
se-ntal. oth.erilA' l theLuih is g ili
Io dousn iln lhea,*
"The fourth pillar is Re Rolution or
Will-power. Without this a man 1i
like a rudde.rle-, boat. with it ho-
is like a great Atlantic liner safel~l
making the deut(li id Iport The re ;at(
l trouble w ith IlIany younl II.II lk
that they lack a cle-arcut puiirsie
and 'ave no :. u in 'f, ls,t It.. a 1
sul (of pl*.-aure. They Iilhld h m,-.,
without a plan. they sail ve.semls
without a chart or course Form a
purpose. then bring in your will-
power.
"The Itth pillar is HIol'. This It
onm of the greatest factors in a man '
success; without It oultlnurd cl ron
ia ipoailble. A man can nfht for
a flornlo hope, but there must 1be
hope of saoe kind Hell in Iell. Ie'-
cause over its main portal is a rll
en. 'Leti him who enters her'i k-ase\
Hope behind.' Iackt of hopl*. Iaralsx -
all humau effort. all gr..-it achile -.
nments hate hopi- as their SuldinlK
star k I not b Uwse hol-. tI 'hllinlll tlhl |ht nhl
look at the bolle- i1 Ihe iclIAKhul lil
look at the eacirclilgK rinl
The sithb pillar 1s levie' fr iour
Fellow Men Withoul this I1 liar
arter Is stroun or I.auliful Th<.
greatest of African explor-er was
lavid Utlalluuilon* li<| pur|lol as
ant to ecrreae British territur,. not


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WAS ANI OOPAItONsoO SCHOOL
IXMiSiTION."

lisetllutn l ns Accompiahed O de
Week, and Pre. Keen Will -e
Asked to Semn.

The eloingcl *rc.t,.I of the NO-%
terry High kbhool took plarce- r
Thursday and Friday (f las t leek. I:
was as old-fashioned schooll exhl-
bition." The school auditorium could
aot hold the audience, and a larax
brush arbor and stage was built or,
the outside. The ipupills af acqulrt-ed
themselves it a creditable manner.
loth eve olIs were taken up lh
ills,. pantomaint and cosuedies.
The last number on Friday evening :
was "-rom Pumpkin Swamp." whirl.
in all of Is thirty years' presenta&i.n
at school *htertaimemts. haa nev-r
been better presented than by *,n
school ilupal of Newberry.
This has been one of the most sue
ceetal years i ihe history of the?
Newberry schooL The school has
bees raised from a rural graded
school to a junior hih school, the
erollment has made a gain of twen-
tvw-ve per cet and the average at-
tOdance hasire od pewpm6mste-
ly. A ar ge petitio ha been cire-
.ed, with not oay the name of
the i.trms but a number of the mst
aindhMtlUl itessta of the tow. re-
questla Prof. A. D. Kean, the pilai-
pal do the school, to remain another
year.


to exploit the reeerc of the oam-
try. nt to hrt or sek adveture;
Iah motive was love. be was ee kin
to heal the open sore of the world. "
Dr. Curry here Introduced a strik-
ita contrast between George Wash-
ilster ad Napoleo Bonaparte: the
o. prompted by selAsb ambition, the
other moved by tender, unselfsh pa-
triotam and disinterested love for
the Amercan people. We cannot rise
to the greatest beights without this
love. The buman greatest of Jesus
of Naareth was due to his love for
the common people.
"The seventh pillar is Faith In
God. This brings man into contact
with the source of all rood. This
will re.gulite all his other lgodl iual-
ties; this will bring him lito harnioan
with God. No creature can iKnorce
his creator and succe('c -in the *. il
be must fail. No man i. truil> grear
until linkd through faith to the
eternal (;
    faith arcccmilis-hi-d' Not 'r Ther
    im not (iis .ll l," r' rmiinur lit f(urii.l'l
    onll aiit-n l.i it ltak -- ,'-1n of faith to,
    f4iutlald : gi'Errllu ut. Mios- I-..l.
    I ia l4d. AuxiiKItii! ('filiiiitiIa Iitah. ('jl
    % its. Kilo' L ith,.r. ('ron l 1...
    Jd4k.,'lin :!1 th.-* 4 w r" liln ft faithl
    Fa llth a ,l'n ia, ., ih. ita t ,l to brin;
    I h i 11vK tn |,*i-.s "'
    Thn i ht h .. e;ker liit rlia,( 4)
    -har|l, >tni ra> t f the r,4.', la)ik
    MallMoreigh Jl .h n 4 -11. 1 I\ .'>
    ilda nthe latter l '. 1 :;.,o t fi,|.11
    *rs. and maniiy nilllioii nimr. r nr
    r,-ad> to do himll re vere'rti.'
    "'"i-rsoi T ii art) Hitch latir w~ae
    4*1 a hitar' I v\ Hit, h lipir wia on i,,
    tIhe ti hroil- if' f il tili iil it a; li iiiL;
    fAith .M1a \%'i ldoII' housI l, I., u
    house'. i'terf-ct n i tr' lg it ;iaIl
    I'.auly "
    The- congrogatloion thl-n nima Ne-.ar
    er. My (ktd. to The'." a.ld %ae di -
    nilprru d t4 l)r ('urry Vith the tu .n.i
    di'ct ll

    ALL WIELS STOPPED ON GIO-
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    mthw ll itont oo ju i a a-. da'urh~aaee

    Afte-r m Iia % .% gas altake- a eujit
    -of Ilcagi .a fitcsi,ail tit aiil i g %e'' titar
    ,11 11A4It 11%,Die-rn sutid e ceput e this' h-.1.
    tihc 0 hIN riced.B. ItI, let l hr t I aig 4'. AM
    rusular passrags uf the Imisrl


    SO NATURE'S

    O TONICC
    The wry irt majority of pen need a tonic in theb pring or earty
    Smmr. e system ndderoe a change at this season ad the entir
    physical macl y is disturbed. The general bodily weakness, a tr.4,
    worn-oust flu. ckle appetite, poor dinestion, a half sick feeli and a
    general fr-down condition of the system. show that the blood is weak or
    aasemic, and a blood purifying tonic s needed to build up the deranR
    syem and enrich the blood. The us of 8. 8. 8. at this time may av
    t bom a l ospll of ckness. and it will certainly pI par you for the
    .Io hot Samer. Many people have put off using a tonic unti the vrteos
    became so weakened and depleted it could not successfully throw off dassie
    pnrmi and have paid fir the neglect witia a spell of fever, malara or k,:Io
    other deh::,tating sickness. 8. 8.8. is Nature's Ideal tonic. It I. a
    compostzoa of the extracts and juices of roots. h'erbs and barks which
    science and experience have proven are test fitted for a tonic to the huln:A
    system. It contain no minerals of any kind and is therefore perfectly sAfj
    for persos of any ag. S. S. 8. tone up the stomach and digestion, rlas
    the Tsstem of that tired. worn-out feeling, and imparts vor and atrentuh
    to evty part of the body. It puriies and enriches th blood, stimulates
    the setting and excreting memtbrs to better action, quIet the over-
    stralned eres, and makes one feel better In ove way .
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    HItet market price paid for Chickens Eggs and oth- Produce.

    A Omoapete stock of Hay. C or Ora. Flour, bran. r.ea. Cottas
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    e- .s %. .t.- | naturnt! .c.. r. 61
    i Li ..h ., .. ot,, ,A, ,, .a n d (h.d.
    > aii-isai .. -i ...I i .i I rtf il or n d(1 d Ol t
    '""." i tie ee r" 1* e e.
    sTO is eto ; u .j b. m tit-ki PEdh.
    nru" and H | t'..iul ., 1S.1 -6 c Ii i |enLt l h
    I'nlers.lt h 'i ri; Ia Jll nl t0 e i LCOM-
    On this ( r nHilon it 1,. ,r d a; If l
    the audience took spiec.ial inrter.-et in I
    the declainers. as the manner In -F I R ,N I.
    which the lovely flowercr were contrib-
    uted showed the high esteem in which 2 0 SeM
    the young men are held.
    Two contests took place in the L PA
    evening were between tour members e Se rv r pice Iw*
    of the Junior Class, and the second
    between four members of the Junior AT THE BAIRD T iATRIE.
    Class. --
    In both instances the opinions of Program Last Night Greatly Enjoyed
    the judges will be held until this by Pair-Iaed Adience.
    morning at the closing of the gradu- The moving pictures at the .ew
    ating exercises. which will commence laird last evening drew a good raised
    promptly at 10: 7 o'clock audience who appeared highly appre-
    In the program today A. Hadley clative of the efforts put forth b)
    Taylor will be valedictorian: F. T. te new resident manager. C. M.
    Wileo. salutatorlan. with two A. B'-. Wheeler. to give the local public the
    sx it. B's.. and two M. 8's.. all of best there is in moving picture sub-
    the graduating class. ecs. His baseball score slides of
    The malr address will be delivered results in the South Atlantic League
    by Dr. Jas. H. Dillard of Tulane 'ni- were eagerly noted, and as he has
    versity. who arrived In the city last arranged for a daily service in that
    night. He will be the guest of Col. line patrons of the entertainment at
    W. W. Hampton during his stay the Baird are assured of the earliest
    bere. accounts of the games in which all
    The exercises will close this even- local fans are most interested.
    Ing with a grand ball. which will be An Illustrated song wa added to
    given by the young men of the Unl- the usual program of films and anoth-
    versity and will probably be held at er. entitled "On the Banks of the
    the Elks' Club. Old Mill teamm" will be featured to.
    night. Probably the entire public is
    A Happy Father !w'rfectly familiar with the unusually
    Is soon turned to a sad one It be cool auditorium of this houm.. and
    has to walk the floor every night with the ample exit facilities obviate an.
    a crying baby. McGee's Baby Elixir ixosible danger from fire or sudden
    will make the child well-soothe Its alarm which might Induce panic.
    nerves. Induce healthy, normal slum- Don't forget that for a couple of
    ber. liest for disordered bowels and hours' enjoyment you can find no
    sour stomach-all teething uabses place more attractive than the enter-
    need it. Pleasant to take. sure. and tainment at the New Baird every
    safe. contains no harmful drugs. evening.
    Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle. Sold
    by W. M. John-4l.E BABY SHOW TOMORROW.


    Oii OITO: Best Euis

    at the Lwest Prices
    -WE AIVE TEMEN U ICK-
    AGENTS FOR
    L. C. Smith Gun.
    Draper Maynard Sporting Good.
    Dangler Gasoline Ranges.
    Yale & Towne Builders' Hardware.
    J. B. Colt A Company Acetelyne
    Cas Machine~.
    F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds
    Paint.
    L J. McClosky *now White Enam-
    e's.
    Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White
    Camar Varnish.
    AGENTS FOR
    Mark* A Company, Ltd., Pure White
    Silported S*wedish Enamel Ware.
    The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
    A-me Wainscoat Plaster.
    Frecoat Cold Water Paint.
    The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
    Range. of all Kinds.
    Pitteburg Special Field Fence, almo
    tlog-Proof Fence, all widths.
    AGENTS FOR
    The Grand White Mountain Refrige-
    rator.
    We elil all kinds of Mill Supplio ,
    Teell Split Pulley, *teoel Shafting.
    Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
    Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stillon
    Wrenches, Marco spiral Packing,
    High Pressure Packing of all kinds,
    Hydraulic Packing, Penerthy Injector*
    a',d Lubricators. Garfield Ejectors and
    I-jectors. Flue Expanders, Flue Scrap-
    eIl. Boiler Rivets. Cap and Set
    t :reAs.
    Also Turpentne Supplie*. Council
    Tools. Black Joe Haoks and Pullers.
    Lbtting. Schoval Hoes. Hoop Iron,
    BSass Strai er Wire, Galvanized Wire
    Cit h, No. 2, No. 3. and No 4 mesh.
    In fact, when you are in want of
    . vt 1ng don't fail to see the Gaines
    vi Hardware Company. We give
    *ctes on all purchases made for cash
    d payments on account in the Co
    C ra*tiv CorP:et.
    We always stay in the lead in every-
    thing in our '1 c
    C:': [SVILI UE MAIWA COM*"I''


    Lawn Fote on Seminary Lawn for
    Beneft of Public Library.
    The lawn felt. for thei benefit of the-
    Pullr NIbr.ry will IPwltitelv t-zk'
    Ilace on the Seminary lawn Wedtacs
    'l. ;.if%<,iaroon. The' attractlienIz e uel.
    tiolllld I, forte will take Iplce the
    M.la ph il dan e and h ;iati shou. ialso
    (. ri r .i. a .l< < (jkt' v. ill I. rt' e i
    .* (' ) i 11 i I ..\. Ih lr \
    I i,- at .Mrs \V \W lla ninfeIaa't liw
    4 cl'eli k harry The i.rlize' lw-
    re. nr iati oeiil ;iare on eiliihiittion aili
    will I.E ;%w;ar rl-cl on that o .' -i(on
    I'l :.0i KJ\i tl-> %'ilar 1 'rn(ta.'i'- h.'!%
    .1 iK ililne and help :i Sri h i "ni-..

    BANKRUPTCY NOTICE.

    In ti Iastrict (Court of Ihe I ilt, dl
    State-.. ,Norther tri )iat ra t ot
    Florida -Ii Itafnkruplt % lu l li
    Matter of Daniel \-I Wllaian Iild-ir
    Voluntary Ilankrupt -In Itaak
    rnptct
    Sto lhe ('rdilora of lhai-'l r Will
    lan lHolder of Newle-rr Florida. Ina
    the- county) of Alachua. and district
    afore said. a bankruIpt
    Notice is hereby given that on the
    '4th day of May. A D. ~W9. the said
    Daniel William Holder was duly ad
    Judicated a bankrup.s and that the
    first meeting of the creditors of said
    bankrupt will be held at Gainelsvlle.
    Florida. In office of ('lark & Fielding.
    iaon the' 4th da e of Jusne. A I> 1 ".
    at 2 o'clor k in the afternoon at
    which tInie'i lhite aid crdllorn maly at
    t(enid. lroi,' their clailWu aIlloInt a
    tnI h rl e'e.aiai liei tih.I li.iilkrni pt ; ,tI
    Ir t l ai c cltlal. i al, l -Ialai. 'ae I. lli.e.'
    ia n|i,1 rl\ (' i. Ir f, 1 l IIe ali 1 I 's -t
    mia
    Tl1l- ilc, iiih ilz.t a f Ml.i A I)
    14*41!1 THOS W VIEI.P11,;
    itf- re-e a i l. .itki 11 1. 14


    A Smile
    I .j |ar, lt h.rd tlljiK to as i4nlllll-hA
    SI.I l ,,aii re. I i,.* hileu.- and out of
    .rt'- 'I lt re 1b a oure (uret for all
    kl.l- f al I .r ( l,l -

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    Ali ASE


    ON

    ON


    Sly.' q? Pigs

    *fixir 'Ienna
    sy upi fit

    nclripr lucP to con46fnti".


    l1a a. b..e aiiM I. *
    a I t ii l iar it i I ,

    t' le i ii 1 l> riig i ow t i v. i t .. I
    .th l hi\t, r I ,i1 w l i,0 1 .: ;i It l i, .
    Ila itl l r,',-icll l 5lalr.
    Nlllldi. tilrria ri t .( ulx ,,, 4 ,), IL, k
    it U:a' di.-Eco, ,red t( Iw' ,i, fir, I, i

    is no ldotubt that this *:is itl, wr ,
    of in ca'sonl to ha\e. any fire alniiIt the
    building at all since It was first
    !>urilvdl
    In Its I*rt-esent ihal|e' It It aln \' ,
    sore and the owner of the fragKment.
    should be required to tear it away
    and stop this action of the paIrty who
    is evidently determined to have It
    placed out of the way.
    This Is not the only building that
    has been fred In this viilnltv. and
    some steps should also I takinii to
    watch out for the culprits and arrl'es
    them for this offene, which is a serl
    ous one. A disastrous fire In thi
    Immediate territory would ntaill a
    great loss to a large number of peo-
    ple.
    Only the two chemical 'lnxin s were
    required to extlnguish the fire. for
    luckily It was discovered by the
    night policeman In time to awaken
    the firemen. who are located only a
    few feet distant.

    For COLDS and GRIP
    Hicks' CAPUDINE Is the best reme
    dy-releves the achtln and feverish
    nesa-cares the cold and restore
    normal coadltos. It's liquld-effects
    immediately. cI, Mte add O6c at drug


    PEACH MOVEMENT.

    Orchards from This County New
    Shipping Fancy Fruit.
    The Gainesville Peach Orchard
    'Complany is now shllping peaches
    frotm their groi\ located unly a feIw
    miles wept of G(ailne villie uind will
    In a few days mor' be shij jing in
    car lot.
    Ile i;*'. t e' nlif i elaice lei t Iof he.
    from this halrandmtse' and ext'nsive'
    farm then arena a neallnlr of orchard
    located near NelN-rr h that are alm)
    picking fruit and forwarding to the
    Northern maarketc,

    TM Iwu ortbeFlw?1
    Ah me I saw a bhue ant loathsome sty,
    Wherein a drove o wallowing swan
    were barred,
    Whosc banquet shocked th nostril aIM
    rtlnc -C a voice, "Behold the soujr
    of IlrdA '
    I fled, aad saw a fielC that semenl ;A. fir .
    .)c glisteniug mass of rura pure and
    white,
    With dcy buds 'mid dark agree foliage
    nl,I as I lingered o'er the lovely iKLt.
    the summer breeze, tht cooled that
    Southern %aent,
    Whaperld. behold the sea of



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    A.utoni,>oile kaveos ilk'r & Vilal's daily
    exceit ,'uniar at I, 1 ua. In(etilrninrg,
    kle'v- Nerls erry at -'.10 p 1i. A ('()N-
    VEN IE.T anl TI M E>AVlN.I KOI'TF.

    Fare $1.50

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    FOR SALE
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    OF STATE UNIVaRSITY

    OPINION OF JUDGE TO BE REN.
    ODERD THIS MORNING.

    Grand Event Will Close With Ball
    Toar iht rP t"* teiu,'lar


    this by at once digesting all food
    In thle Ptonimah aid keeping It di-
    gestecl. uIlll the sloniach is rested
    and can resume Its own work. Ko-
    dol removes the cause-and the
    effect quickly removes Itelf.
    When It is recalled that Apo.
    plexy. Heart Disease. fCacer-and
    evea Conuml(lo-are due to
    poor digestion and poisome thua
    transmitted to the blood, and
    througbhot the system-the Impor-
    tance of Maaitailali goo dl-
    leao is at omae s ased,
    FYt R BA&&M 3 7 A1


    IITATIS fir

    Ir somas worn.


    0010 1v, drum"No ua yed p a at
    lea busrtk. f Thar Ilfan bawouA s
    ,stle eWas om f The b of youes es
    hee l aa that t ak has a s y us
    The b6I"ist 09 tbs rw MA
    teS or delay. wie vWU sea Pa
    gin the eotle% Dea'S asse sit
    dr heis w S ma gfsergmmIs Psi"
    TWO O .6apss li ms Is bWege boo
    &sm& to abumtss ftoia hs hm
    It* esewal1 % S as mash -W w
    Kod" ft prepared at t e isbe
    ilsIef .LC. QWitt Co. &
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    If intse, id ia the abjeet of r eo t tyke of ft.
    tiowry for any soeiey nation or &or ypa vIdSl
    canb mm' our amplM ofd enArarin
    W. di anything in thi line a t Iarant tle-
    fartion. mou will also InG our prkew sttfadtory.
    ii i.refrrn d will mawI mmpre to yor bom so
    that you can make a wlption at laeI e.


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    OLD LAUNDRY BUILDING SET
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    Blase Was Discovered in Time
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    lct Iadgsi-o the more you wD mrifr bfore K
    can retore Good Digestio
    And. f cnitre. Indclalt tionl If nw- i e knew what Kodlol would de
    I ,-t' I i e u 'v czai h. brini gs, n '. hIi ifre ever the flrst bottle wal
    mir 11- %:i''a** In lahih kl,.lhla rKoviiit stlI If we dild n t know nust what
    wn fit ilmn mStore of the s~ til'r. it w ill do,. we woulld not guarantee
    Is no he'll for at all. It the way we do.
    There are. In fact. ve'ry f"aw all- It Is easy for you to prove Kodol
    MIneti wil, h cannot lei trura'l li-- then ne'xt or the first) time you
    rc tly tly t Itp ;'ire bl(lad And 1,n- haive an attack of Indigeation. And
    piure hlooid I always due to a eli.- 'ou will certainly te suprlsed at
    orlhere4l tmniarch. lhe results. It is perfectly hanir
    l'Ue Kodol and prevent Nervous less.
    Dyi aw pstla. There can he no harm In trying
    Kodol will effectually assirt Na- something that may do you a great
    ture to P-('ire a complete restora- deal of good-when It cost you
    tlin of rood digestion. It does nothing It It doesn'


    ,-.idom trouble the man who is known to
    kiep his money in the Bank. Money
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    wind shield. Prest-o-lite tank,
    Magneto, Supplemental spiral
    sprii;gs, rubber cover, and both
    single and d uble rumble seats.
    Been based but a abort time and
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    dex May 21.

    There is more catarrh in thi s see
    to of the country than all other die. Li
    eaer put together, and until the tlat ME AND WOMI Air LI
    us I' d 4 rta t Ir S"-' -
    oe year was supposed to be incur- i- *iaS..r N.., IoI-
    he. For a great many years doc- .m a"." "' "S. of SAVANNAH. COLLMBIA.
    tore proounced it a local disease and r .".". I.A' U..4.t'" RALEIOH. tICt'lMON
    by emmetatly ftallag to cure with lo uin=as,1-s *sJa d., b*eS-*,
    iea troet et, pronounced It incur .O .. or ,111.1.
    ale. Scenes basa proven catarrbh --lu t a* .Q --
    to be a costitutikmal diswase and Twso EHtp;
    thelfore reulres coastltutional treat .
    mowa Hall' Catarrh Cure, manufc l SEA B
    tired by r J. Cheesy & Co., Toledo.
    Ohto. Is the oaly constitutional cure I S
    on the market. It is taken nternally
    o domes from 10 drop. to a teaspoon a oar olo I I ,"0.',""- MODERN PL
    'ul. It acts directly oa the blood aud M w f w*=-** '*fe. *
    1i AL. COUNiTllE.
    mauesm surface of the system. They W.mAI -.... .. ()NY II ( rl
    o4er use hundred dollars for any MBO .' a.A """ t-le1. .r
    *ase It ile to r ere. Sed for ctrwu- asl r bea Jatckso0 ilit
    Ismum tesades imials. Address. mk son&oa, am sN.a.
    O. J. CMwf 00.. Toledo. Per ull iaermaeeg s
    F. J. CUMIET a CO.. Toledo. 0.
    SeW by drMleM T. any Aa t ESoa ur d, w we
    Take ial Pamlly Pls tar e- e Ow PNI 1sger Ae Apt J
    estlgath, e*se


    THEM ALLI!


    T G ve OrnS M Ae. TAFT A SVMS TARIF. KING OF

    ON Pfiday tha Goeemmi O s ebret TPre e 6atE1l h1 vieoK
    Sa"t a ol I iI re aWrei me tardl rrwettry. rearMk-
    *ha bh A f t the d that M@ iped t see. t far as
    1d t hela .dB wans so poeMiMo, raw maefitale the fr f
    -- /- r- Rd I po no imttcq"e SNOW
    aftg e o / oft tal te. as t o deutta u o the Stpubltess to
    SIot Nefes of te Lmiratua W "id pt tr ewe e IAoe e Hs 11co. He ,n hm
    I- I--e to taerahLy cow appreet d there was a ehane s to day th, h 1t .eme.D
    I adlr e Walls efims. that wit free aoe a small amount R
    Bnm the OvemaW r message wkih wouM b imported from Cuba and ,,TOL's..
    S. fifteen s f closely type. manac ld the Sate. borderingl CURi S Jk I
    rU ltt al ap heets, oered lit. the Gulf of MesLo. It aould b C, ur,- CT
    StI if amthi ew a regard to the Imptibl to obrit ( C'bh ore north Ul.u,3* c :LA. N U
    ory r erits of the claim. Anto mafature bcase of the tran-* pr~ Moa SOc ad $1.00
    mraUtei am to why he thought the portatiN charges. Is o far as theL SNOW L
    S1 a r tSd m )ear Cuban ore supplied the demands o BAL RD SNOW LI
    d a inme s as to dvia b the Sothern manufacturers it would 500S 0 Noarh S~d
    twer Wailes sad Beard. were i- diminish the profts of the steel A s nC 1
    1 elud1 isO IW New e; but tbhee. too trust. but Mr. Taft ad no obhction .
    ar i taa~Lle. whatever to that. especially as the
    d manufacture of the Cuban ore In the
    * aI inather me"*a to the Senate Southr State would increase the
    S-*. 00da the Governor. ta referr:'ig demand for skilled labor i that see-
    t1 Walk elarm message. a rtd ttod
    at crtalS ewsapers of te j.kA. The President did not seek to im-
    S. d 410 .61Y or Inirectly. prsP tleve vws on Coanars. but
    t "at It las 9h6d 010 InIu ad assumed. and naturally. that when
    .* SINat o eisl h n the subject came to a vote In the Seo-
    taL t rderw to hatve o te the Democrstle Senators would
    Sat te ht top t tof t vote solidly wit the progressive Re
    M sN d. he hd eis t nies of the publicaas for free Iron ore. His srr-
    r th tines W p irbee ad disappointment when be
    f" -Mi a thr they had mused learned inat eightees Democrattc
    sestors had voted wah the orasI-
    r T or4m10* the sl I13 of Thb mtles for a duty at 40eats a to
    Rissm eaet niamo n esl m M et ir O e be m1 d. Iet is
    Weiei wt n In -@=t ha t ame at Its ith tadiputable s k

    s t e Nt the awm weel t we .s toosea. ly or lower de-
    pa tII o 0. tenr I sti" l t si von e ila, retire t wo O rgg g ~
    mM r. a the o ngs iMSer the RepubMeas pregre siv they
    -w- -au --t- T tm m have mpe a tremead s
    I m A, d --Mih bek rede ma o tk Atet lnats. tad bay
    Y how. ea divl> ee every Tvto |ad
    MN MW D*i. these mews' *t High PrIt a Prosetks,," Sea-
    WPM thab t htea & tto Utel d ar Ale ow bIseC that h m -
    IWlke t eanmime *b teo mats t mat b dehated, fw ro matter how
    Iat vm .i may *** s y R Mk--A auy go over to the F OT
    |r Mewimn rVows wp trN. ai"rt eI.m haeon kw ai ahway
    I eamtmo the Olw aer''s 1otrol the i atou Arroait s
    mmsm, esp r aer inmMI~ tk bet may sem, the Democrat Leve Oainesvlle for Mim
    Is d f b a"*~ ub av-. rm every o- e,0 do mte r estfr
    fmast t by o senate .-- of to de. trate t. oerree al points South...
    ISe, S rep to w SeIate over
    the 0lmure of "W. A. Blont Act- The writers y there have Returing, arrive ~Oaineevi
    Sc maR." een too many tanery firears New Leave Gainesville for Sm
    So far ua The Idex B bows. the Egland recently, ad are wodering I e City Val
    present Lg-ass Le lhas ot bee at the cause. Thre have also been LAk ty V
    hargld with re lantlg the oblie- too many windstorms In Indiana and unn u rie Gainevi
    ties O the 1 at4. t.b it eCanot be IllHois. Tennessee and Arkansas this
    dealed that a lon as Ctoalel Walla spritg. We wonder why?
    Is dr4led the right to have hisa cSla*
    adjudicated by the cowta of the Senator Rayner of Maryland, al
    ake the eeM4elus6o0 is Ievitably though unopposed for election, will
    freed pear Te aIdel, and other taV-e to Pay fomrttingK lk" g$17.040 o
    aewspaperc, the State. and the primary fees. It appears. Still. Sena
    L latte. Unot repud~latng less looks o that as all kinds of a Xes l and
    the claim, is creating a condition with bargain r. In .:. .
    slalalr resMlts.
    No better argumeMt has been oir. ,,. .,,
    ed IL support of the etort of Colonel 2 a. r-. vIm. tt. .n
    J ?S at. r At. ,..._
    Wales' friends to get this claim into e. ia. ma. Ar Atlars
    th courts of the State than is con A.4 S .r. Ch Art.n
    taiaid La the Governor a message e it- P. m. Ar. Nasnvl
    self. This docunmtnt. from the begin- 7 a A. L. .em
    8 p 4 Ar. Evased
    tLa to end. is a uma" of act,,, cuol wiI M. Ar. Ter His
    tracts. resolutions, account. o :tnioti. W4 6a m.. Ar.Chicaoe
    guess. coualuions uad oth.-r morn. eAI-o I
    mystlfylng and cruifusalK matuat*r that Ar. Ricbmoi
    positively and for,-v-r pre-lude the Ar. LPlina
    average lesilator--for no ot her r'a ------ Ar Ciicsnm
    0on than lack of time to study law and J L LU. IL,4 1
    history-from mastriang the details '' i .',
    of the claim, that a roaionaHle and r I
    just coBcluslo migh bat rt-ached. ,,
    The Index having tw'en one of th. I -.B t" ,
    Governor's most ardent sup(iorters iin 1 'i I"
    the lat campaign. aid filing that ..x,,. bIrkh-r M*i. ..
    its editor can still cL.iu the riigt t, '",r.vat.,..
    be bla frhie. writes this in explana The Aristocrat among the | tB ayf t., Jcuni.le,, .i .\, ;.t
    tie and defense of the country press
    f IPiFrMa. those papers whbch were whiskies of the Old kSchool.
    Is rtmgs~t apporters when he
    eeded the. d which do t d WithMt peer.
    serve his eesure. Lake City In


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    10 M ATmAY SESSI ---
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    AUDIT AND APPROVE
    THE STATE UNIVERSE

    Believe That Work Is Icon
    mence on the Admimstr
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    ,165 r The' Legislaturec of Florida. mlllov
    ITY. lv ihe pathetic appeals of an 0eI
    ,i'ent menil-r of that body. har pni
    S1 a bill to proutet that e't.em'nie
    in Co l mer of the tortol-.- fanmtll t'-ria
    nation d| inI ('tracker parlanee' (ophrh '" A
    " he> w~ riitm onct' hail the' il.eaur' t
    i I: nt akting ;tlphe.r oip. ni
    .' lli\ e el! il l flit' i I : ,. I *I. (1 |. 1 I :. 1 -1t: r it Ii-\ 111
    S*' rT i,' 1*t ;* i ,i t' r. ( tintse .,
    i'.1. t t l too n.r) l h Str' .s I .ierll
    t l~ .c ,I *1" tt thi- "**, h .i;u
    ,;l in r' i; mti In thi i. int, w

    ' I hh Is t nati'' hatitai. an
    .3 Ili1, rI-m r eti ll'fi' l l%(m toi le' air'-
    'it na i P IGi tlh# er hoel.'. *iho-1 clip K4', 11dIl.
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    I'mr T Eln ;. F: ('anml, il of Tallahas ,m r I re. tnil you reach the end. You 'l
    - h. ho, i ,'etin e for S#.- retary Kel- .ll);t,,; find the. ;(e;.;l-r atont hb. a.
    luli ill. i he, atlt I :.1 ; ,:1t to 4i (~l !ihomp, lut his room-mnate. the rattle-
    tie t thI e. '- .- iin ,I i,. I.. ;i.l: Itr' nake. will very likely be in. ld a you
    Ierlics ltc.ndiin t::. .. :l. i ;'n leave yvorr regrets fth hint. said
    lti,' I;:-:il,.e-... el the ; ..: It tl in :- another donicilel here' t'l' he:ad
    ler- arer Ie-re f,,r t! .* I :,.- .' i ,. f the family is not out calling. I,
    In'. I'r eit it athe ie (. ::i .- i:I' I.- 'onet of the members of the Gopher
    -rc nIMd hbtldlrgs v ith I \a'.\ to coiU o you wander around some more'
    n in.. ...in.... .. co ro.8ime.....l.


    l.U0'IK l)iKrailor| l IIr a( P4 ,1i tlnt. ill
    the near future.
    While the board is lon-consmittal.
    It is generally believed that they
    will commence operation. a.s soon an
    funds are available, and judging from
    a remark made by one of them to
    a Sun reporter Monday it Is thought
    that among the Ilrst 'ulldings con-
    structed will be the administration
    and science buildings. both of which
    are very badly needed at the pres-
    eat Uti. This member of the com-
    mittee tated that the main building
    of the Deaf and Dumb Institute at St.
    '..-c".,n I. well under way and
    everything Is favorable for Its early
    completion.
    Following the. exr(-xI.es here the
    board will !.eav', for Tellithassee to
    he present at the College for Women
    for the next few lays.

    oeys Will s1 Boey
    And are always getting scratches.
    cuts. sprains. bruises. bumps, burns
    or scalds. Don't neglect such things
    -they may result seriously if you
    do. Apply Ballard's Snow Liniment
    according to directions right away
    and it will relieve th*' pain and hea-l
    the tro*ibl.. Price "'.r .,)c and $1.00.
    Sold hb W. M. Johnson
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    anu, in the course of time, you'll Ilke,
    'y meet a pedestrian Gopher, strolling
    home after a hard day's work in
    search of his daily gra-s. Catch 'In:i
    it's easy, as his gait is even slower
    than that of the Cracker of his na-
    tive State-take him home. and call
    a Committee of Ways and Meas for
    the easiest way of killing Gophera-
    being a Christian you can't boll it
    alive, as they do Maryland terrapin-
    In the cook-books. With the aid of
    the family, the servants and the
    neighbors. you can probably smoceed
    In pulling the head-the only vulner-
    able part of the Gopher-far enough
    out of Its shell to decapitate it. I
    simply will not describe this process
    I have no desire to get into a diffi
    culty with the Society for the Pre-
    vention of Cruelty to Animalq.
    When the head Is-er-removed.
    I!;t Gopher In sIupIpoed to be defunct.
    d'ceas ed. dead and incalpactat *d.
    It> nav of warnirn. .t n me adruire vol
    not to let him. by any chance. get
    your finger in his mouth, for. though
    I ha ne.er se'niu such an occurrences
    minself. I am Infornmed by truthful
    v irtivse that a (G.Iher alaay hold.
    on till it thunders.
    The Gopher H'iing re'.de.red harmu
    I* '.-. an',tli, r c n'uaiiniltte* i called to,
    Jc<-Ide( i I! t I'.t and NIafl.-t way) a 1
    re'ni(o\ ing1 ( i (;(lepiTher iro|c.'r from tl.t
    (;ophe-r shell This i., of nece'r.it) a
    I -1 uL\r ta r1 lariik uinliiiitid
    tillI. 0, i e o e :'ld manual labor oi>
    1t..- I.rt r of ithe i t 'f h uit rator IIn
    'l.in a1n1 1 I,.- ii ew us i()lraU idi i.-
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    CLUSE F SEASON

    FIVE PUPILS AWARDEDIP LIMAS.
    POR COMPLETING COURSE


    Performance by Oalnevill Vau
    S vill Co. Ged-New Businge
    Enterprise to Be Started.

    MI'A()IP'Y. May 21. The. M
    nopy Junior ligh S'h-,ol c'lh,>e'd l
    Thursday after an eight mlont
    I' rmi.
    The following Ipulils aere' award
    Idiplomas for having conllete'd t
    Junior course: Grace Hollow;
    Anita Thrasher. Leon Thrasher. (Cl
    cntqe \\'atkins uand John r.:rr W.atkil
    The principal. .M iis ('ollin-. left l
    Waye r)o-. (;a. on Frlida) MtIs< (ra
    Fk'gi the' first assistant. aill Sle
    the aunniemr in the Kast.
    The children all teeni glad to
    out of school again.
    The Gainevtille Vaudeville Co
    pany gave a Inrformance at Feastel
    Hall on Thursday night. Quite
    crowd was out to see the boys. ai
    all seemed to enjoy themselves. V
    hope they will come again.
    Dr. Edwin Schluter was in tow
    Saturday.
    The Micanopy "Sprouts" went
    to play the OGineevile "Buds" rida
    We hear the Sprouts'" showed to
    .Buds" bow to play ball.
    Mrs. Carlton's brick balding
    showlag up pretty well. It will I
    ready for occupancy by July
    When completed it will be one
    the nicest buildings In town.
    With electric Ights a certainty.
    bottling works nearly ready for bus
    ness. an Ice plant coming, we aI
    beginning to feel like we can put o
    a few city airs a little later On.
    A committee waited upon the off
    elala o the Atlantic Coast Ue I
    JacksonvUlle lat week to me If th
    trains known as No. 9 and 10 could
    be run into Micanopy. The official
    seem willing to do this if thing
    can ht' arranged satisfactory to ti
    trantiortation department.
    The Standard Oil Comlnpny is Ipr
    paring to build a tank here near th
    'ost l.lne depot
    .I. P. O'Dk-ll Is home again after
    few days on the road.
    Mit~ s Price and lHadwin of Me
    ;iitMhl, are %ia titing here for a fe'

    V It AbRstein has nmved Into hi
    new home Just opposite the Tuscawil
    la Hotel.
    Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chamberlin o
    Tacoma were in town Salurday.


    RICH RED BLOOD

    Means Rosy Cheeks, Clear Complex
    Ion, Bright Eye and Plenty


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    ' -r vlw !it l i t it l. i 1- -I .- im ...i iln
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    S. hat do(,' rich. red l lo id nme al
    S. t i a l l t nl ,,,1 a .. f ti .It m y anl br'ain.e Ir ~ it:llit), ambition.
    ,, i i:,s I th.. 1t i, l* 1 < >. I.* holwf ule s.. Ip ruilFtic. and e.ve.ry.
    thing aorth living for.
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    1 in !. l.i i:i. t,,,: .. i;o ih.r I ut y( ('eca l l ha rich reel hbl( d
    S r.i th,l hl g-, d ii' t na-.k Ii lio % if .our diKe-sttio. i is lmilirfe-.t; anial
    I do i t l Io n ,li j\. in unniei ;ir rT:. \grut 'l (ildw ion is. eri ly Iiinim t rfo..it
    -tm ," d-tail. P.'ir x.i:ling wiat.r f i ."" l; m "sour -'"'l'ith. bad ta-l.t
    I r Ih. Ille for a \,rI lit K iti In Wh. j; n" "Mout'ith. hIurli, of le-adl after e'at4iaK .
    'h skin will .it la.t tome. off. it b iching of gaI anid nervous unrest
    fak.- a ihiil of .u l.1 to do i; .- So far reaching is the effect of Indi-
    lr t i .a-.i. tll |ila e-r w ho ha ha i'il 'stilon, that nman) times the e)yesight
    liactin( at hie bui t atill an. a r \e 'r, ji af1f. 1
    wll. if hIre I. li.alll Thit ;lask an' I If you ha'e Indllestion or anyi ) ulp
    It t -c('o't plirheld. _i aill fi nd that min of l uuliach distra.so or agon)
    (oit hyave le.ft sonie at.lrd fraKmauiti.W. W McCollum & ('o. will sell you
    Iifiiiten.ii:itall suniall. which funtishe, i*4mghy sld renAdy for W0 ctntul.
    ih ti'at,,- for Ih soup In making and guarantee It to cure or motne)
    thi- ut,' a 'lafiicnie'-lt 11iltit y of IN lI rback
    illx w~.t r onfli' I'ipio r Ml'turr' The re.lrd>id Ia called Mlu-oun. It
    Sreit.'-t i mhPaac.. hlr-rr>, .hbrwc pow*-rful, rt*conltlruc.tli eL action on
    ti, I I,;t ron 'l i tte r. ontilit 'rac('k r-. the tlomaba h I lilttle- hort of Iartel-
    .1t ,1 .i t Ln : t1. eIn arounil OU. It tontes up. sitrellgthen sand!
    .I.rhl,' I '-l'alli the I;ifsoph r Is added i P Iits n. A life. aiid 'isi-rgy Ilto the.
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    In every town ili Anlric-a. and by
    J. W\ M<-'ollusa& & Co In (alue,.illh.
    for 5o cremnt a box.


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    Supt. Public Instracto-Ir. J. L
    Kelley, Galneaville.
    Sheriff P. G amsey, Galneaville.
    County Judge-H. G. Mason. Galnes-
    Sviii
    Tax Assessor-W. W Colson. Galnes.
    vllf.
    Tax Collector-W. D. Dickinsa,
    Gained ville.
    Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. Galn--
    ville.
    8upervior Registration-J. C. Me
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    County Commisaiuunrs John U
    Danipier. Chairman, Hague; J. P.
    TownMend. Campville; J. W. May,
    Archer; Chas. W. Summs rs. Treaton:
    1). P. Cannon. Galueavlllh.
    Memmwra. Rchbol Ioard R. B.
    W~e-kb. Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
    Moody. LaCrosie; 0. W. Miller,
    Tr-l, i on.
    State kenator-H. H. MceCrey.
    Gainesvlle.
    Members House-Syd L Carter
    Gailnville; T. A. Doke. Ianta Fe.

    City Ofters:
    Mayor-Horatio Davis.
    Marshal-it. T. Arnow.
    Tax Aseia.aior \. 3. LrLJdfrd.
    Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis, Sr.
    C' rk iindJ Tr:ea ,urer J Maxey Dell
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    lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. secre-
    try; H. r. Dutto S J. Bard. J. H.
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    ACCURACY OL'ARANTEED.


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    eat should be autritloNs. The
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    SllRAIll PT AP COMPAIV.
    MOTRII 0p INTENTION TO
    AP V P lo LITTlrs
    PATRIOT.
    NtM ih herc ivem that thie M-
    doNp tmad tomto f law the Goo-
    emr f e Sue W ef ol aat Tal-
    bh--- se iori, for letters Patent
    1-a1MtUMg IKraft Paper Company
    -dr the iwo of the tate of flor
    Ma with atd qoer thel f-.,t-Itlrx I rrr
    p1:ed charter. the original of which
    Is n ou ile In the office of the
    lecletary of the State of Ptorda.
    H. r. WIIJJAMSON,
    rRANK H. CHASE.
    C. D. DNNSIS.


    Proposed Charter of Kraft aper

    The eadersgned hereby asociate
    themslve toethe for the purpose
    of bee-min LorporMted ad forming
    a earptlo mo der and by virtue of
    the lv of the tate of Plorida. with
    aid auer the followrlg proposed
    Article I-The a na of this co
    rrtin hall be KnA-PT PAPER
    COMPANT. aWd Its prlpal plce of
    b-iaue AMU be Galamelle. Aaehb-
    as -mnt FlPMi. That mmd eom-
    -a my have i me bramb oItees
    d eler almaei i of abemls e Is the
    lwao ef PIerl ams d l etnWr State
    md, Imerlntries a s id ar-
    Aitie I-The I kiral istre of
    Ith ieam hh b as aMftlaedI by mid
    lerpl sm 1n be ihe making ad&
    il pu OW paowd a 4
    -lof emd, pu mmd
    Ler e mI- m, im th


    i a h ii ta olaNU mad thIIe
    MEOW eiii i-vmg m

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    *mblo be g. O at tChe
    am olf uyi asla @ho ander.a Ish
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    eb-- d etar property aid appr-




    I- ; d ofMl. he mem am m
    l hr GrN l etk I th e emd-
    0 W1 ata..A .aesT a t n .. a s
    IIed Iobe or ued by t e Mrroidd
    ra ma bard t Ireeers To borrow
    me t erl p elodm by It by ma


    &he iltherme a f Its purpose and
    Sfemor thema, ounrpe or
    JlsL. .e r ers" aor v-
    oti d oIdVdu or other orpoa
    ... A.h Ia c9u",. own. as..a
    mea" e ptd km of ath property real
    Md rm al every amture and do.
    IIPte St O my he necessary or
    p he of ltheria, authorfsng the forb
    mlioas o imL o o. T buy, o.
    ~.., own or a .Ir. stocks a
    sledas Int tInor any oeter corpors-
    t9s. ad to do any md all things
    eeesmary and proper ia nad Iclinent
    to tOh usi-aa or bu eiesses afore-r
    sa. a My of themr. ad to act as
    Leaers aMd agents Ia the conduct
    of Nie buesnees for others, and to
    eserele al rights, powers or privi-
    Iegss mow or hereafter conferred by
    hew upea toreaktlies orgaisod un-
    der the proisalos of the law of the
    State of lorida. authorizing the for
    mlat of this acorporation.


    Artle Ill-The amount of capital
    Wtck of this corporation hall Ix-
    Two ykilloU Pve Hundred Thousand
    rnolMhrur .S0W.0,. divided Into
    har of One Hundred Dollars
    (10.01ao each. All or any of &aid
    capital sloe of said corporation may
    be payable li or useed or ued for
    the purpose of property, labor or rv-
    4c- at a Just vacation thereof, to he
    axed hy the iacorporators or by the
    loard of Direetors at a meetlag call
    ed Or that prpose.
    Article IV-Te term for wh'h
    aid earporatir shall exist shall be
    ninety-lme (11) rears.
    Article V.-rThe oflleer of ai
    rorporatioa shall be a Preeld, a
    Vice-Preeldea. a Secretary and "'I***-
    rer. to be elected by the luaru of
    irnctors. and a board of not less
    than three (3) Nrectors to be elected
    by the utockhoidera. The sa ,, r-
    n may bold the office of Secretary
    'ad Trtasurer. Any of the a *-
    named officers may also be e*.I ted
    Cleaeral Man.g'-r by the said II ird
    of IMreMtors
    The ofcers of the sald corporation
    who hall conduct the bualu'es. of itht
    corporation until thon who shall be
    lek-rtd at the flrt election shall he
    ',uallfed are l .l. l F Wrillia.inos.
    Preldent. Prank .H ('Cha. V'ic--
    PrewdeI l. C. 1) lIeiil. ,, .-r..tar\
    anid Trvs(ure-r. and Iall-) 1 \'till
    lamson. Priank H (ha-,. and (C I
    tennis as IHrectorr
    Sl b offlctrs and dire. errs hall I.
    rlestetld on Ith lire Tu.-ed.ia ili Yeb
    ruary In each year
    Article VI The highest UtIimont (if
    'ndebt4rdn4 s or hllhlslt t- w hich
    'aid c-orlaorattou can at ans tiln.- ut-
    )ct Iltelif is Two S1lll,,lii l liari
    Article VII The said i-otwri~,atltl
    .hal1 adopt a corpor uate- al. anld uai
    adopt by-lawu for the Osslallrientl ,,f
    IIts afairsLh at lIewI'm.ltei' i Ith iIt
    articles of ltroriortla ,r lh, Ih l al of
    the State of Flori.4 ad ,h. v ,l t,


    Note: On account of there being
    aocher paper bouae In the State
    using the mae of Florida Paper Com-
    Lpay tie Secretary of State ordered
    a chne lo our name. We have
    therefor ebeanged the ame from
    florMa Pper Co rpaay to Kraft Pa-
    pr Conpuy ad win ask for Latters
    Pattest muder above-meaMtloed name.

    La t wvat ad. m- agA a Utrad


    PO *ALI*

    IOR SALk -Typewrlar ritbboms both
    copry mul 2recar e5 Csa a eah


    m Welt MaimS I W ta' nd Bd Dos
    w ,r I. I tI Je L KMdrlck
    wl sell at a baralm mad a ms
    Wln.i Aw at 4 l les.

    UEI. W. EAUWEN





    'tirn a ihrlrbtd r--ply sd All
    Wrk Owrk tM.


    lee Fumed. PItroCs.
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    GAINVM'IvlL
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    DENTISTr

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    bud he at ryaimyimeo
    6890L k on payO I= to hmmd
    P sis : : : : :


    A %Ipui.Ahay-aiduss ibaui
    Grmlatam Building, FEaM Main


    Street, North.


    Pliole 51


    Miss N. Norton


    IbItK Bdk Stajewne
    fkait Sb Pim
    adlstaur Rauin....

    *IO EsitiUJ~sNbr
    IyS.. -


    The Tendefoot Faimer


    low**s u b *ade aM repeled
    aMd Ot adopted from (i t oI to In
    as may w beprovided Is mal b .law.
    Artlek IIIll-Tbh maen and re-
    dence of the hronrpratlors of sad
    corpMoako aad It suberribers to
    eerk threof. wkth the member of
    satre of Its capital Ior subscribed
    for by eah. are as (Ilkws:
    H. r. WilliaMmt u. Oluestllek, Fla..
    3.* shares.
    Praak M. Cham.. Chicago. Ill.. 2.1
    share&
    C. D. Demals. (lla cvllle. Fla.. 10
    sharea.
    < ate of II-rhsa .
    (' nntv of AlaL*un,
    I'er-.nallv a~tIar, dI s-for. n-, It.
    r Wnillamsoon. rank H. t ba nud
    ('. Dernli. to nw well-known as
    the perseas who executed the fore-
    gola Articles of Incorporatlon of the
    Kraft Paper Conrlnv. and who
    (crh severally and duly acknowledl-
    ed that be executed the same for the
    purposes therein expri'wed.
    In Wltnesw Wbereof. I have- hereun-
    to set my hand and oflclal seal this'
    Mth da) of May. A. I 1l~49.
    HARVCY P. ROIIINSON.
    Notary Public State of Florida at
    target. My co.mmlssao expires May
    a1 199.


    .f It Fits You Wear


    This Cap

    By Herbrt KIofan


    Advertising isn't a crucible with which
    lazy, bigoted and incapable merchants can
    turn muiompetency into success-but one into
    which brains and tenacity and course can be
    poured and changed into dollars. t is only
    a short cut across the fields-n-t a moving
    platform. You can't "get there" without
    going some."

    It's a game in which the worker-not the
    shirker--gets rich.

    By its measurement every man stands for
    what he is and for what he does, It for what he
    wa and what he did.

    Every day in the advertising world isoanther
    day and asto be taken care of with the saIie
    energy as it's yesterday.

    The quitter can t survive where the plugger
    has a ghost of a chance.

    Advertising doesn't take the place of busi
    ness talent or business management. It simply
    tells what the business is ndhow it is managed.
    The snob whose father created and who is
    content to live on what was handed to him
    can't stand up against the man who knows he
    ust build for himself.

    What makes you think that you are entitled
    to prosper as well as a competitor who works
    twice as hard for his prosperity?

    Why should as many people come to your
    store as patronize a shop that makes an endeavor '
    to get their trade and shows them that it is /
    worth while to come to its doors?

    Why should a newspaper send as many cus
    tomers to you in half the time it took to fill an
    establishment which advertised twice as long
    and paid twice as much for its publicity?

    This is the day when the best man wins-
    after he proves that he is the best man-when
    the best store wins, when it has shown that it is
    the best store-when the b-str ,,ody win, after
    they've been denu;o'str.,i 1 be the b,.st rocs.

    If you want the p/'. you can't get it by lying
    under the tree with r y(,1n'.i c.p v 'tin,
    for it to drop-too m,::: ':c il r i,.:. \ ,ii':, ';t
    to climb out on the li:,1 6an. i risk thcir necks
    in their eagerness to g.:t it away from you.

    It is a man's game -this advertising -jit
    hanging on and tug:,ing and straining iall the
    time to get and keep uca.d. It is the filjite ex-
    pressionof the law of compettiion which sits in
    blind-folded justice over the markets of the
    world. .
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    -ee~. -uas i sew aw d hw r Ow ari m. I. 6sbit
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    was OW. The queslegme W dlgdestm mi meurimem bud
    a"mered flte Me .ehluelms.
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    -w u 51 don 'ftd uso. He as es w em.
    imsr eU sh dbe ow eof hIs fod. The esm iska do$ she0mube
    Om "s eel'"" tlm .1 tevorimmof dideulnded Omuso ule. age iapw
    OW de Mown ufn the Miseries of dYspsPois aSd te atial 4 eervoulsaso
    To utremftbeUthe a.tomar.h. pevte rtheaetlty of theON.-
    &mmso. Ife etia I d u A d*ir a end sag Made athe me-yea,
    a Dr. A itjtS G@ldo N.MM*DisneweW. It As. emp
    Oe sr"me, oen ha he eft eatidem of. ghp am a
    wow as-Mhepros* of thei. heo hr he ONs*
    b d tetrict eson" "Cm dis Ms 4 j)6qyT*' Is a tampeme med.
    ekm. It easesim e isher ietoticeual aw m estis, mad is so ere. Irm omeoboW
    s mr on smi, oesem and other daerous drus. AU Hersdie prmed u
    IN eutoide wrepper.
    Due't k# a dler delude y ou Ichis own ep&di. There is we a mdie gr
    usomemb. liver sad bood "just s go-d" as "Goltd. Medical Diusevery."


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    TH DAILY t1UN: OAINEISILLE. FLORID MAY 2. 191,9


    fAIN 6 lLtntelal nl wwera system.
    Two fortillr etlifctrts.
    e re GAINESVILLEIse ckell.
    Two livery and fed tablb.
    +I -- One crate and bulket factory.
    On, Elks' Club reading room.
    U Hardwood Manufactartag Plant
    A a I Agriacultural Experiment Station.
    ly Florida Witter Hlble Coference.
    U Y Vctre dressmakhal utabllshments.
    National Odd Fellows' aattarlum.
    Three undertaking establishments.
    Galnesvlle Is eoeneded to be the Two of the best hotels in the in
    most enterpristng as well as the most terior.
    beautiful city In the Interior of PlorF Two wholesale grain and feed
    Ida. It Is located in the tcry center stores.
    of the State. half way b.t w cvu the At- Two wholesale grocry eUtal-llsh
    lanttc and Gulf Coasts. -tirrunded by meant
    lands of such fertility as t It-. capable Water "that has made Gainesvlle
    of producing a great vs ti i. ul ulops, ft;lllaou..
    in the heart of the tru. grouing. Tite finest oplra houte in the State
    phbophate andI uaa.l sti'i ., l. it S. i trnit-ile of J.Ita oin IIIl
    as the b e-t educatimlon a .;i.it.age-' \ (;or nt'r.a*nt building soon to t*
    in the State. gu t li,.-. ,t j, .,.ctz' to cost rwheu comilrted
    edllflces hitch are |ul, rIii, to ai:) t.:,|I,,, .
    town of its tize it Fl r..!.A with lur, geI k aripentcrs. masonry. plasterers
    a:d copni-iti.t.ilt ( ,I. .rT,. ...': .+. h L "l a aiLtvr.t iriuters. nia(nhinlsts and la
    climate whi< (hit l-.nia v-\i-'!ItJ for duringg mf-n galore.
    health and pleasure. All t:: .- nar.lt I More miles of paved streets and
    a'l\liAtaest. counbind d t ili ; rugre,.s- ranolit.lc sidewalks than any othel
    1ie and e lterpristug iopjliata: t1 t,1 In the Interior of the State.
    citizenship are sure t i make a big An $#s..0t, court house built of brick
    it). and stone-a beautiful structure- and
    There are many natimr.l attractions the laws. Sowel beds. shrubbery.
    ln close proximity to the .ity. some of Cofederate monument, etc.. srroUnd.
    which are Alachua S.ik. Paine's Ing it, makeI It a mt attractive pe-
    Prairie, the Devil's Mill Hopper, War- ture.
    .. eq.- -A a 21


    r.n s Cave, and Lake Newnan. all of
    whichh are reached by private convey-
    ance.
    Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest
    and lnest live stock farm in the State.
    is only eight miles west of the city
    and Is reached by a good hard road.
    afording a most pleasant drive.
    The farmer of Alacbhu county. of
    which Gaineville i the oenaty sat.
    live at home and board at the same
    lace." The temperature Is very sal-
    Sscarcely ever reachia the nale-
    ts to summer or the twLtles in
    winter. Th population of Galanavlle
    is abot eliht housaad. reapreosatl
    nearly oeey natlonality on the face
    of the sat. and strauress always
    meet with a hearty welecame
    The Ualvwety of dFlorid for youn
    *M and the Natioal Agrclaltural Ez-
    pertinm t tatoa ar located within
    the crorate llUits of the ety. In
    act. OGdaesville ha so many things
    that we et be pardond if we omit
    S ui 1ltm is the following eumor-
    ast of tWht


    GainesvIlle Has:
    Oneo artt
    SNo salocns.
    One garae.
    Four hotels.
    Pour baaks.
    Four dartes.
    One foundry
    Water works.
    Ten churches.
    One gas plut.
    Two tin shops.
    Three bakeries.
    Ten physlcla -.
    Six fruit stores.
    Two runsmiths.
    Six rehtaurutlts.
    One set-t store.
    Tr Six drug stores.
    Four shoe phops.
    State I'nlerslty.
    Maionic Temple.
    Twenty la v.eri.
    Two pi' i.t shops.
    Four (contractors.
    One bic:.cle .hop.
    lta.-ball d(!amond.
    Two ice factnrles.
    Stx Inliir-K schools.
    One v:arlty store.
    oie iubicli library.
    Two warou works.
    Two planing mills.
    Two racket stores.
    '1 wo luniller yards.
    O()ine nu .rll. works.
    Three il. r..niths.
    Thr,-.- .woid .ards.
    ViFe ilt tal rooms
    Onee xvl-rei-s office
    Free' mail dlli\-ry.
    Four btwf r: :ar'net
    Fight lsro, r -holts.
    Two public schools.
    Two mii *d hous-ew.
    A tel,-pholtne system.
    Two haberdasheries.
    Two abstract offces.
    -',ur pr..-llni cr ubs.
    Two lmachinle shops.
    Two bo)tllug works.
    Six boardig houses.
    Ofne Catholic church.
    % military company.
    1 bree jeatlry stores.
    (tne phosphate office.
    one Chinese laundry.
    ,one Christian church.
    Two steam laundries.
    "I wo Advent churches.
    One dally newspaper.
    Two hardware stores.
    One female physician.
    Fifteen grocery stores.
    Five BaptUst churches.
    Three furniture stores.
    Otie cold storage plant.
    Of)re at-wkly nehpaper.
    S.-ven dry goods stores.
    Three culrl drink stands
    *ne, cli rlrlc light Ilant.
    rhr.ef blacksmith shops.
    Three railways systems.
    t:lght l -rnolhnt order
    Two Epilaopal churches
    I'nltid States land office.
    One chemical laboratory.
    Thirteen Sunday schools.
    Two veterinary surgeons
    one Presbyterian eburr.'
    Too cigar manufactarlm
    rour real estate ageniod.
    Volunteer *re depart t
    Several lumber compaales.
    Three Metholdit eburebs.
    A brass bead orgealatJla.
    Two photograph ganfllor.
    'MMe moles abeoA .
    or eaWiter C Maetau.
    oseseaml-wee l- -uqPe.
    P1190 ob b U-Y lw


    The want ads. do more reJ estat
    uasinesa than all other brokers er
    Ltmed-- n fact. they "art" most of
    ,Us bustaie that toe roursn a

    BUSINfEa. CARDS


    DR. O.8. WALDO,


    -DENTIST--


    BSe Phene S. Alm Leoa OilDlM

    D R. EDWARD CLAR


    oslo tIn raham uldung. ouorf
    s*andra & Erla'a eator. Pebm
    No. 314.

    DM. DsVKKK 8. MORklu.


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    Ole ove GaleovllUo Natsuae a**-
    Pboe Sto.


    DR- J. -H. -ALL~kK.a%.


    z .L 'r i t


    ame ovar Duties a OW's Saa
    phuu. ZbO, UalaessvLls. VIa.
    W E. BAKER,~tt
    A TTo1i N %I. V -.4LA W1
    301.ICITOR I% CHAN(V.Y

    NESVInI. aisrsua Coo., C
    oftlet in Wiwi~rvi~


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    Cab .ll )0 (.r-ii plroptr, 0.,1'.
    pror1 and *:i..ln.ro.ed), p.i J svLb
    trucking a(nd fa; ran;g lauds. 8 *Sd C r
    a list of wLta you y r foT r ne f"
    J A R(AKLl..L,
    ATrT>1R' YVl iT A At
    And ooliietit? n -:u ,ti
    Ke Psalte. (rpvTarrr t r**' ,d .
    'rlo Prs' ti.,e t, i ,.,, i + ...
    attended to. ,)ffce nat door so w ;\
    o ileM L l..-.r : ......*,
    riHANK 4 LAKK HU.O W.. h'I:.luINA,
    O LAHK & FIELIN\I(;
    LAWYERS
    Practice In all Court, tate an
    Oilces Over Galnesville National
    tank. Galnesville. Florida.



    We Ask You
    to tako Car"d. l, or Iur ofeald
    troubles, became ve ar sre M
    wlI help you. rnwber Iat
    ta" grelSm s M& m y"o "


    hu" rmustW b *mU 6 d
    sabw WOOM--rL n 167 ad b1
    yo? orbeescha boume..
    -ww S bmah week.
    Now OM vs mid MIs "6
    b~m &4TW .C S


    ,,.wu-u-uuuuu e.


    OS


    DIAMOND


    A


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    To Be Given Away by the Merchants ad The


    Sun to Citizens of Alach Cmnty!




    Each Section Belt a Pnze

    Contest to Clo August 18, 1909
    $8-







    Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, kading burinem hbo
    have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
    Diamond Ring to residents of Alachus county in three different sections. Tbhe
    progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
    The pianos will be purchased from the A. R. Harper Piano Co., Jackonville.
    In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a price similar in all reepeether-
    to will be given each of those tieing.

    f im vilk wC W Will embrace the city and suburbs and be con
    fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
    The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.

    stern S te S ti Will comprise territory from Fair-
    sebanks all points east and from Ro-
    cllelle all points south-Waldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Campville, Micanopy,
    Iak.e View, Ta(m.n;a 11I all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

    Western and Northern Sect in Wll co'pri all stations from
    Haugue to Hiiigh priiags, Trienton,
    VWannet, Wilcox, lHill, Newlerry, Jonesville. Archer and all settlement covered
    by this area. 4 NE I'ANO.
    I* llil -


    How and Where to Get


    Votes
    The following nier hbants will gble one vote
    for every cent paid into theli esLablihbments for
    goods which they handle:
    Gainesville Furns*ure Company, Furniture.
    Phifer A Morris Co.. Clothing and Furnishings.
    Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
    Mrs. F. T. McCormick Millinery.
    W. M. Johnson, Drugs and MeCtcines.
    L. C. Smith, Shoes and Jewelry.
    Mrs. R. Wi;son. Cry Goods and Notions.
    Saunders & Earl.e Groceries and Feed Stuff.
    City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
    P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats.
    Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables.
    The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
    The Brown House, Meals and Lodging.
    N. Francsco, Banana House, Fruits. Etc.
    IEdd.n M a C Lu mer Land *uild.n Materi.al


    Where Vtes nMay Ct
    Ballot boxes will b fonad a the tablill-
    ments of the merchants giving votes ad at The
    bul u1i, e. \ ,te**.a set b) ussad must be directed
    to tthe VotiaK Conttest Department of The Ska.
    I .:; ,: o le, 'lorida.


    Rules and Regulations
    I. The contest Is open to anyone living
    Alnc'hut rovr*v who is knowa by the conductor
    of tLrh cMutent or vouched or by some reputable
    person, to them well known.
    2. No employee, attaches or relative of the pro
    prietors of the above-naoid Iras are eligible to
    part, ilpate nl this contest, and will pari elpate
    Do t.annuer.
    3. In the event of a mlsunoerstaidlng betw
    candidates or others intorestod In thl 0 eartat.
    such controversy may be referred to the ea
    ductors of contest, who alone are the irpe s
    qualiSed to render declaons.
    4. In the event a candidate deeLdes t wih.
    draw frop the race, asch canddMaft wnll t be


    ...... .. allowed to tra Wesr vo ensb to redI aOhN
    Standard Fortililr Co, Fortilier. candidates ithe eM




    Ui W leulibers Ne o* ,labsrUmse
    $1.25-Thre months' subscription ......................... 500 ovtLs 0 w
    $2.50-Si months' subscription .................. .... 1,900 votes 1,500 lvo
    $6.00-Oe year's subscription .. .................... 3,500 votes 4,503 voL W
    S A. 6 .. Afi A^ .


    For a club of Ave one-year s*
    For a club of ten six-moaths'
    TIhere i. no limit t

    THE S
    $1.00-ne- year's sauscripts
    For a club of fve one-year s
    There i, 1iso limit t

    Selicitis vows by Mdid

    LZZZ*****


    Isubs !ihptjion(s t.. *.


    .. .J,UU 0 votes
    .30,000 votes


    35.000 votes


    0 Ts


    ;EMI-WEEKLY SUN


    abscriptio .... . .. .. ... .. 6
    o the Inuml r of clubs each contestant may secure.

    ue w frie.ws lthbl thi
    dIstrelrMa ,stuIs keireb ob tfh iors


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    to Ow tomil-cr ofI ()! tiio))* vwd, c I~vito( t.Iwi may sWUre.


    35,00


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    TIK DAILY 8U3: OAIlESTILL, FLORIDA, MAY 25, 190


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    jw a w -e ow -i s t10
    ft* 46M. ~ il
    SW 81C. lm.
    a~ wwore ismemfe for the


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    ir- tI~ Is) SmUie


    V l 1~( of rYa rher ma',
    i~ Se- minmsm cemmd, ba
    e-~o Se U alvem lt


    J. C k hru e of 7(9"W"evv IsM16

    S. A.L Uer bw e to Ocal
    - a shart bmen trip.
    Dr. QW. ?"ersof Hg103w9~
    s I visit to GWnvswLe.
    [A" s for the prm of bpat i-
    Owl bah Weda.daly alermoosa.
    Mrs J. .L ettIs spending afe
    days pbsauatly at White SITrIa
    fr. P U. 7 4som oaf fe Is
    tto cit- A ..t.' a z .I L ,tanhle
    tU'4' A..4A : .Ajar rim
    Rcrbe t ow. 1.s-ft )aumaria) for
    Macr. Ga. NAn .wll m ak*that CtY
    bw bhoe fof the meat few mavwtbo
    Wis. 3.b1. Chttly Of keanr I-'
    la the ety visiting her sister. Mr
    J. lkthelr Hill. mW other r mlathi
    Ms. J. W Ilyaw. who hasb wn
    A- beter ister. Mrs B. T. Armow.
    nmed to br hem at At laca l !es-
    Aqfla.
    KIhooIm Iss UiI. sad Raffle Wt-
    m *seo to14 att.he bme froam
    Nary ~MWWI a nrtiute at Staunton.
    Vs.. sbWe Wedueety of this week.
    Wo e wos Ubeto bave several
    inssu of T.e D& S am of Apil 31ptb.
    Sw eb m swil pay S a espw for
    W a" ae" men left at this o e.
    Mr..l mrJ. L. L Keight tawlhit-
    *pwhbe have bhe" viaag la thW
    aft her Ow evemi daymre
    twed to te bon hem IsOalayeeter
    lay.


    Mr. ad Mrs. Martial. parts of
    maf.. W. B. Mmartis. Wwrtew .
    bem nIof as the ear to be pr
    so at e easem of tohe asate. w a-

    a. IL DemL.ea. mher of t*h Bank
    of WSIM- was amm the vitaon
    b" yes*afyn. Hm Is old
    t n lbey and i bs amerMs
    Mr an always gr to grt bhim.
    J. J. Mairmme. th trpettie oper-
    aIr ofa Lblosa s iad a etomalve
    puWtr wmer of to city. s he bre
    11 a 1 v ays visit to hi lefaily.
    wh are pleastly located n Bst
    Qalmeervite.
    MIll B ml Rawls arrived t te
    sty yesterday from her b em at
    Alam and wil speed te mext few
    das v aisitie mr. El k muberlan4.
    at the hmb o Mr. N. B. sam ers.
    md am tm teU eomacmomenBt es-
    ereisi of the ralversky.
    Mrs al. Lawig of Tta was sho
    an I the city yerdy. She has
    Jkamd taw army o -voote lMers
    ud so werktag with a vai for ber
    daugtr. Miss Hattle. who is one
    of the tdIer for the Uhadsome pi
    ano to e gives away In the Western
    district.
    J. M. Hot of Newberry. one of the
    pro i t ritimas of that set a.
    was tramcnlag business In Galme-
    tille yesterday He states that they


    I t-At $Mde m~ jMaI had a oe rain one day last week. but
    MMlOa M a-, Ml if yoa *Irr that mere would be highly appreciat-
    U 8800 A a aaan etr It it o ed at the pre-ent time to assist the
    MM 0 PigM, MW thO aSw to per- growtaing crops.
    L* Dr. and Mrs. A A. Murphree of
    Ib *ato Toepkis. who has beh Tallahassee have. arrived In the citi
    a- h if the MId High School to attend the closing eixercir# of the
    m ps twe teim. hia returned to State UI'lversity 1. Ir the intention
    ir M- hre, m h to the delight of Dr. Murphree to remote to thi.
    4 b m Gaiy nes-avee frkivds. city within a short time and the pI*o-
    MrJ. J. Kdwar of Ocala ar- pe ulll gladly welcome hinm and hi..
    tO ed t city yaetrday ad will etln.alh farnall.
    e: d a aort while here vistlta her' J. 1. WeinberK. of the firm of ILar


    dauger, Mn. T. B. StrtlgfelUow.
    SWe the Omat Houws block. oue
    Oa the argt bullil Ia the Brick
    Mry.
    t. J. M. Oraham left yeeter-
    del he Worth gtou Spriage. where
    e is havia a mew aMd oder eot


    tigue & Welil-rig. left yebterda) for
    a bsort business Irli to High 8pringas
    Although this is )et a younsl rm.
    LtL) are falt u iommllk i the front atnd
    with the enerl) ar-:! push they are
    pUttIg Into their business. I'r .j
    In asbure d Ihe.i


    Ma agrctl Wae eommp e Wk W W uGige'r ,,f Micaulop) was
    Sil e 1aptod 'rtal a pat of here )epterday HeI. states that ery)
    fe -mmer by Captaln 9raham andI tle rain has fall. n i his ,i ol
    NI. alid the crop* are badly so" "lug
    Miss Atta Mea. after a pleasant Melola ad cantaloupes will conm
    ai to hm' parea ad oher reh m encI to move this week In gotxl
    foes i this Isy, retired to Jak- quantities and a large nunmbtr the
    aiVlMl yestalray. Ile Is ow holld- rowier bean shljplng 'loulIse on
    lg a rpasIMe palUtis Io the Wound.%
    Satle mstaepes ad is well pl ced iA talk-d me-tinli of Kirh ..; i
    wath ber mowhb 1'halier I' I ( ill I heldl
    -r -at th.- re*ldnce' uof %Ir- I' I ,ic
    U UI JE NrU 9 Kliastr>. Jr. bhis Tue-%da.. afterni,,an,
    If Iee he s taL -es m kb t' I-uI a.e- at 3a .:34 o'(l-ck for ltih lpuilon' or
    or Wer Dir rmeM andl a s(e a **eIe I
    lylawe r e fro('llr ll tai'. h i ui Mu<' I risuledt lg I plant lur rl, I'-ra Maie a*' i
    lOril's" AUItMALIA 'I.lAV *rs ln b'rIhdas Jul er
    re*g s re rpia.w ur rtii-e. e r Ol *** J Ial' bi hel) .a', ii :ril
    S-L = iteL Ials 5a* saMd *',*- A full Ia*l ldali" of" in uil wra I-
    M111* O4ati'.s A~Uas aLe.r fo is
    trh ** *d w **e fb wsmliU faN ct arn*Iestl Ine-s .lted Sir. S
    Mi e1I 'rAddrw.. T U...r.te.r
    A Nmme W Y, lrwi, ..,rt.


    Lot Us Keep Your Books for You

    -W*Wl k 1spr 11"A puu09114MM',ouilt *164e I A T 1is. ll. 1.1 a1 -k It *III
    gaeweyou iA v *&I n e.ur g1,611 cius~ax pto iur iItaL 5.4.


    Phifer Brow.


    = BankIoers


    I


    WILSON'SS


    and Tuesday Specials


    We ko#.-1. .ur .i -i Lvt..*;iaag it 11* ''4. N. I -
    siral.ph iyou will tin1 it brte. Be*t v:ilues Ii 1IIiii1' I *It,-. Iii N 'ck.
    -we-ar. etc.


    SWAS~iKI SLKS
    I 'ongee'


    Arnold .fi k


    Apjldi-


    q ue.
    This season'' mo.t
    popular fabric*.
    Regular price, 45,
    50 and Qloc yard-
    Special Monday a;d
    Tuw s y ....... 6g
    II I Ii I[


    WAIH I


    AT IIALF-PRICE

    25 pieces Fine Cot-
    ton and Silk Fabrics
    that sold at 40. 50
    and (Wi yard, on ta-
    ble at half-pric-
    per yard...... .fI2


    .... Fm inE. .*s


    DeWitt's Uttle uarly Risers


    S.MI


    Better umterals s d better lade. No Inrh valinc of-
    fIred in any tore for the pri a-kel. Corwt Covers.
    Drawer, Io.n.. skirts, Cbi'dren's I'nklrweaar.


    R.


    WILSON


    the


    famous little liver plls. small. gentle
    and sure. Slo by all ruggists.
    Dr. E. K. Banks left yesterday for
    Georiat, havia been called there
    suddenly on account of the death of
    his brother.
    Superintendent H. O. McArthur of
    the 4. C L returned yeiterdaj fro,.
    a vist of several days over the roea
    ooakng after the interest he repre-
    seats Ia this section.
    J. W. McDowall has gone to Hot
    8prIag, Ar... and will r end a coujLI
    of weeks at that popular resort. From
    there he will go to Boulder, Colo. to
    spend a few we elk befoi- returning
    to his home here.
    Fiveroom cottage to real on block
    adjolalag square, formerly oecuped
    by W. L LeGrande; city water. elee-
    tie light. .o~acrage. bath. and all
    modern couvrenseces. Apply to Mrs.
    H. H. McCreary or Sun office
    isses Pearl and Ruby Futch of
    Banta Fe arrielqd in the c .it, e-tv.r
    day and will low the liguests of Mrr.
    J. E. Futch for the nex.t several dayi-
    Tney came to attend the rcownau nce-
    ment exer(tiseM of the I' ltersltv
    K. 1.. peacockk. nephjae of Mir: E
    1. W\\V)n. hlio, huam be'uh bh-er for aiiie
    Ii .*. mat called Il tt-legramir SuSulld
    to lhi h-,u .. ..- !.. ..!ur.; L *..uj<
    of wrtous illinesis of his Iuoi her
    Friendly hop. thjt he nlav find hor
    condition Inmioro ed
    If )ou expert to Itt the original
    Carbolised Witch Hazel Salve. you
    must b sure It is IkWitt's C'arlolla d
    '.'.Thh HaI-l Sr.lve It isn ood for
    cuts. burns and brulsrs, and isL rpe-
    crally good for ples. Hrefuew aulst(i
    lutec. Sold by all druggis.t

    Caused Much Ecaitement.
    An eiplimiou of Ian old e*ruipi lIar
    re-l caused a gr'al deral of at x te
    lie'lit lMoiuil allI cia It L AI
    the r-u i ,r t l'. l 'I -t ... \\ I
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    j^ERLNJ. MILLIERY ART SCHOOL

    WANTED. --NOW (PEN--
    WANTE. i -Second.hnd d afe about At Mrs. Cormick's Millinery Par.
    :4x3. W I). Findlayson & Co.. tet West Side Court House
    Waldo. Fla I qare, Gainesville, Florida.
    FOR RMINT. A r1le05n te and la >rouhtb rlitr o' f, t- r,-
    Woa In the Al. f st l llnerrv It oln t i %iiit
    --a auht lt 3 MA -C'wmlc i war who -. utratut
    iOR KENT--Oue six-room and td un,)I ar eArlt oalrsn (Iur.e IunI s rps
    tll IO three vnth Mateo, re A It ole For
    iflv room coItages n lSouth Gaines- larticular ville AApply to Cofin Factor) ollfflce. --- -
    FOR KENT FiLe room cottage on
    block next to square, city water, (; ET IN TOUC)
    electric lights. bath room and all
    modern conveniences. Apply at this"
    office
    S-- -- DAVIS & OLIVER

    FOR SALE-New sxl-roonm tIo-ratior)
    house within two blocks of square- -lrl-
    Apply 407 W. Masonic street.
    FOR AI. LSlit.r. acre ntlo. B illou iesqa Wapijns
    arioty. Netted Rck WI haI,., y l
    good shlipl0eit Molnd;. th Ad A T#A Tam
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    QUICK RESTORATI\ for lost man- 'n tle uMthl.
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    mooey refuudedd. 5c per botUte. Da i &live
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