Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 27, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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: VID01679
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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tin The. Il1uc1kuan medal, lhich is
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t1i it of trttlerly in eltloties.
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and niltht to the readeredtlkm of the
i',neral revernle hill1 This was taken
up Informally in the committee of
the, hole and much discaskto was
evoked.
Relpretwntative Da Irlv oered an
anuendlnent itrohllit(ln the sale of
liquors hy licensed dealers In
aInUatnt f le- than half a ilat at
i time This w*a killed. tat not un-
II It had hnre warily fouht.

TMl SINATL
('onbl)'hratlon of the Btroome bill
r -litng to the UaIbl!aly of railway
4nipani' t he having rellef departlments
-'.riltl'd nearly thb. entire tIlt of
the. senate'. Some very lively di*-
uslios wi re aro sed at time. Theb
coaic ilcllation of the bill will be re-

The Stokes loan shark bill was
I41sed to third reading.
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strained rondithons the Senate lat


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down to the e--amdr Iad lr
meavre wasM meted mn a alt i~
adjomrn was a 4., the io es em
demanded Mid the Imt te--
voted dowa.
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C('rlry. Us gin d1he

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vafned to third 4 itgM M"
was also Hoise I M N& .
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IHurineelt *ttrthlnued quiti, a Iparty oflr11lnkr u re At worktrepallogm e
lid % thtursa tn zriat ont ItaturataTy. c rn pnt tol ttIke". They supt h
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W II 1..4 a1, Mrlr. IeI" have am* tverak' stay at lbhe flrlagtmact-
It Lak.e it% to altendi the cominso'e- tage..
'wa.':Ii '.rca'rereps at t'olusubla (Nolh'gw.
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.% I'll Tber, may be .ommthig adowrn md
'lohm .F Hicks of Ilitlanti was thiIaS hlh e Is o at I t" o rin
.,I totfNisa. I., Mack for lb. wek-
il j Lot awant ad.ad. mW isa S aWaft
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lay arlfotratita ueilteuld not be difficult shlt-her this Gar would he aesepild
m) ltir am t lI (;e.aI-ri la lro-ad strike Tbi direetturs Include me with hel
bumoin.as Inter'..ts. bobh arb liable
to bes affected unfaturably by a ImoI

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Lraper A Maynard Sporting Goods.
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ist- ha'e' tlewn ext'r~t .dled tihet l al
Caiji olof C(',otiif *d rate V -'tianis the
two, cha;ltte'r of theD. llilihter'* of the
'Conif-d racvy. the' lilnW- and the Gray.
the Spanish-American War veterans.
it* Pl'atriotic Order Sotl of America.
and the general Iuhlic to attend this
service.
The batallion of the variouss organic
nations will assemble at the Post
Headquarters In the fhltton building
and headed by the Gaine\vtille Brass
Band. who have generously offered
their services. with Company "H" of
the Second Regiment. Florida State
Troops, acting a. an escort of honor.
will proceed to the church. returning
In the same order. The usual choir
of the church will be augnmnted by
l|ecial music arranglld Iy Col. I. E
Webster.
On the following day. Monday, May
31st. services will le held at the
cemetery and the gravess of all the de
parted veterans of both the Itlue and
the Gray AIill I'e do cor:,t. d it h flo-
ers. In addiwitcn to the' usual ritual
lItic service on this occasion there
will be an addre-- delivered hv th,'
talented young I:ivAer. C('. W. K.
Itaker. the reading of l're.-ident .Lin
colin'. addre -n a (t tC tt liurg ;il: l -i'e'
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lACUA CONTT AUSTRUCT CO.

for an Conf'ifl.raie Veteran. linilt h
ti r- of C.i(' fethl-racy anda anl other.
'\.ho d r ir- to attend the c-r. rniouni-
;lid hear the' address of ('ol. Iaker
Those fortuliate etnoiigh to ha\ie flow
er- are' requested to make a donation
for the decoratioLn of the soldier%'
tra\tes.
The Grand Army of Florida. at the'
present time. under Dejartment Com-
mander General James Skinner of
Archer and his able staff. are in a
nourishing condition and doing much
to inculcate the principles of fratern-
ity. charity and loyalty amoas the
Blue and Gray veterans who are still
with us.

Attention, Stonewall Camp.
The Stonewall Camp of Confederate
Veterans is Invited by the Ltw Wal-
lace Post. G. A. R.. to Join it In Its
memorial service to be held at the
First Itap.tit church in this city at
10:30 o'clock on next Sunday morn
ing: and also invited to accomlpen
such Post on the next day to the
coniet* ry to d.eorate the grave a of
all the soldiers buried there.. Car-
rliges( will Iw in waiting on the iuortli
.-de of the' square' for the nielnt'er.
of Stonuewall Caiilm who will go :*o
co!', iw tt r% .


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HORATIO DAVIS.
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N (C \1;lIt-\W. Adtltant.


YOUNG MEN WANTED.

acturers and Wholesalers the
entry Over Want Men, at Sal-
ries Ranging From $2,000
to $10,000.


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l'hi" > .ia'r:r i I rec\ itleh ir the, roit
Ilt.?lon of Iiuckman Hall anl It 'ill
.A IttI' Ita nillll:wt r of weeka'i to ic-om
Ipl'te the" contract. Itesilde- the tar
lwaterir work. the entire huilliling l to
I- painted and stalined on the' inside.
which till add very mate rially to the
attractie'vness of the present iptarters
Thomas Hall is also to he -epaired
and finished up In first-cla"s style.
Cement floors are to be placed in the
bath rooms, the walls are to be re-
platered and In all the entire build-
Ing will be overhauled where it is
found necessary.
This ai only the first step taken by
the Board of Control In better equip-
ping and arranging for the comfort
of the students that attend the U'nl-
veralty, and It is believed that work
will commence on the other large
buildings before the end of the sum-
mer.
With this work started. the Federal
building now In progress and a
score or more residences being work-
ed upon. shows that business is good
In Gainesville even during the dull-
e-t season. of which the merchants
and people generally are very thank-
ful.
Mayor's Court Tuesday.
There were, two case, before May-
or [ails Tuesday morning, as fol-
lows:
Pa.t T.ia lor. chliaril t ith a plain
clrunk. fined $2 an'd F'd Ilail.' ch:arcr.d ith dl,.rde.rl.
i nli uct?. t'.t-, )p l n.',d uni til Fri-
flav






Boys Will Be Boys
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d1o. A I* ly I' ;:itrd SLow L.ilimin-it
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tiryv tl':. I... *, .1 *. S'.
Impromti ru Ir.*F .i .I w. Ile as
walLkiling mJit | l .l ,' j %hei s loue
(OWi NcUliIilrT, e-ld hillt c1 Tlie i|ecUie m' 16
coiii|lilaiiiaaiet were air r a .r Ihle. aid he
%l I IIn list to' It) l.e ia e' t Turn-
Pilg :i'l hie re. liid tIhe :late. bte aiid:
Thci AIl. n ltcokc-r|t lhen from tie garden
Anrd cit', dtlctr',l orilcrs ment from
I.k 1. I, I ol ucbr *et lo '-. Iam loath.
I.i.ke t l I c* rfoel e ai li 'tin'. \e ugl I i,'
lila I .. >i f tL t, I. uince still tlcitu r
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HAIR TELLS CHARACTER


sa*'s Tepermnelat.
MaDny 5ic'e belteste that bloide,. or
light tair IdAnotes ctltion iad da(k
haIr (hiicaich~ A peieso withouut har
is l t 4*sold ef Tbe dilsupouII, .,1 tih, average bald-
Beadled l aai t u sihw uchb sultcitudl
f r the welfirl of tthrrs that be neg-
Ifte himIelf A erim cause ballneas.
Prof lM.aIYuraud uf 'arsl. Fraile. ia-


aucculated a rabbit l th It *ndrJl germs.
rausicg it to be'eoe t(ally baLJ In ftve
weeks' time To rid tI s allp of the
dangerous germs it isa ar*aeary to apply
Newbro' HerpOcide
"L' troruy the caue-you eove the
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sold by leoi" drums se fe il
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Buiew is no longer a man to man con*
tt, IM which the merchant and the patron
etaSsh a pcrms. bond, any more than bat-
de is a had-tohand grapple, where bone and
micie a sinew decade the outcome. Trade
a we M ar has changed in its aspect-khtk
wre sw feat at laJr raue.
JIt as a peent day army of heroes would
r no opportunity to display the individual
vakr of ks members. jus so a merchant who
co S upm his personal acquaintanceship for

oicclr is a rel c of the past-a b si dede

JIma changed her policy of exclusion to
w aners ater a flect of warship battered
dwn the SrE na fortifications The Samu-
Ina who had hierto conidered their blades
ad ows good enough, discovered that one
canon was mightier than all the swords in
c o if they could tr etr near enWugh use
- Japan profited by the lesson. She did
mot wat until further ramparts were battered to
pieces, bt was satisfied with her n experience
and proceeded to modernize her me ds.
The erch A: whno doesn't advertise is pretty
rm t. a. the sa--re poSa s:in as that in Nhich Japan
e*.e vber. her e-es -- opened to the fact that
t:f-m" %: :;.r. d Th.. 1.-.g range publicity of a
c ,.:- -: .r -. s ~ e~L des:r-, your business as the
c- .:he iAe:.cs cru--Lcd the walls of Sat-
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i: as y -~ t rt.;:r.e-i tu face the conse-
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P,: i: ~s~ vw-v 3g:1? si fknt wighbkond stores.
News-paper zider::-.Ing hs cl:rinated the strength of
t-er ing p' :.u~ ':. fw'. five Cert street car fares
have cut qlu: *1 .11'r".,-ange ofi eing "around th#
CI.. mzr A:c-an rvach out through
the c;- :: a Lj~v r!t-~rW: r and draw your
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THEK AILY BUN: UAINESVILLF. FLORIDA. MAY 27.1909


I V First-cass sewersea system.
Two fertillmer ma ufctecrio.
U INESVI erl< lre tr hraneoeavs.
A INTEo livery Lnd feed tale.
THEi O( crrte and basket factory.
On Elksa Club reading room
U Hardwood Manufacturlg Plant
mm S fAgr:cultural Experiment Station
ivi i s orida Winter tible Confer~ce.
__ 9 ih V\.e drre i.akil esitabl!h irrlta.
National Odd PFlkis' iSantarium
lThr e utndrtaikling establishments
Oalnes:le' is concel to w tbh To ut Wte itw t hotels in the in
vot etterp.rising as < c. as the I:aoi tenor.
beautiful city In the iit~.m. r of kr- Two wbole~ale grain and feed
Ma. It is located in the very rrnt r sti re%.
et the State. half way bt -.:iu the At- Two whole-ale grocry etatliu-h
lantic and (ulf Coa-ts. -iarroiude-d bby mlnit,.
adas of such fertihlt> a to be ('aslble Wat .r "that has made GalC,-s illl
of prt-lineirg a r .i of ri, ). f..: l -
In '.";e ;tArt ; t!.r r 1 T f ...- n; a <.,,-, in. te ?''' (
I. I *.t *-t d il at, ,. .a t.i .. .l::c o n t, I-
a t a .. 1:. t .: .a.- .. t-t S ,* I~ n.1*1* *1
bl." .f it- i 1t. ; .'i n'.A., l >t.. r :
& .. ( ,i l ;.L .-. ha- a ; i r. naiac ,hi alliJ la
r ii* .i'.- i. r;.,'.;, ; .. ft.. ( : ;tia: .. n galio.e.
b*. 'th a d.J 11 :.-:r. i .;,.:.. ri. n:;k.- ( f iaved strt ets and
ia;a;a.: < tinti r:. grair,.lt., i. idetv lks th3n any other
tv* as I .'. i i *. ; tow i i n rh itrt.rior of the Stae.
citiare hip. afte .Lrt t, It.ake a t g An $S3..', court hou-.e built of brick
city and itone- -a L .-~ltiful structure- and
TLer arn many natir.l attra.' -n the l ,tiiA. flove, bted.. shrubbery.
ia clo." proxilnlty to the i ;ty. sonie tof Confederate nionument. etc. surrmond.
bwich are Alachua S 11. Pai:e se tin it. make it a noost attractive pic-
Prairte t!.e rd\il'rs Mill Ilopper. War. ture.
rns Cave. and Lake Nvwnan. all of
which are reached by private convey- The wat ad t ore rel estate
Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest i esl thin a tber brokers com
and finest live stock farm la the State. abled-- tac they start aoet of
is otLy eitht mlles west of the city the iane--s tat te blebwM a-
and 1i rea-bed by a good hard road. -agt s***
afording a modt pleasant drive. Im_
The farmers of Alac'.ua county. of
which Gainesville Is the county seat, BUSINESS CARDS
*iUve at hoae sad board at the same -- --
riac. The temperature is ter n- DR O 8.
torm. carcely ever reachioa the *aie- J Of0 WAM"DO,
uee In summer or the tweaties in
vtter. The population of Otalaeenlle DL T---
s aoct it tbouand. repraesetlal
meal y every iatkoullty ao the face
of the earth andst a rs always &ormsw eae 6s omei s Nsa
meet wtth a hearty welome. MI hemi s1. Aisn La g DI mes
The Umnierslty of Florida tor yro
- ni a the NaUoi l Acrtelu al Ex- KDWA CLA
ram t Statio are looted w D t. n-WAM CLARK
te coorpateW Ulits of the ety. In
tact OGaLeevile has ao maay thincs DNTNhIT.
tht we mmt he pardoned It we omit
Sfew rof tbea I te te oltlowha oamoer-
Sart o e :wt Oceso a Graham Bulldta. ove
Gaisne.vlle Hma: Samders & Earle's store. Phone
O0 ams'. wNo. 354.
No MaUkuna.
One grage. DR. DUVaRk a. MORRals,
Four hotels.
Four banks.
Four dalr;ie.
One foundry
Water works.
Ten churches. Ole ore OGaleevlU NatoJal Ia a
One gas pla.t. PpOse o.
Two tin u'h'i;n.
Thr"s bakeries.
Ten ilhysiciak DM. J ALDI.K H A.S.
Six fruit ,sores.
Two ginFmi'hs. .
Six restaurants. 1 I 5 "3
One setld tore.
Ikiard of Trade Oaee over )Duttoe Cos. IatA
Sit diut .-tores. Phoe 20M). Calaesvlle. Fla
Four bh, -h. ..- -
State. Ui.i-er-ity. W E. BAKER.
Mas,,iLC T.-Tu.le. : bAK
Tset'y lai r Ar TfeiY ATT*r
Tvnl.ty ia l r- ATTOI. NEY-AT LA.w,
Four cotitrai. .oICITO ti CH$Atth .
Ou.- .i>cs! -ttl. .. OL 1 A
TA',, t..* f.ii tori AI.ESVIlLF A:-shua .o.. FL.
'.\ ri.'-:e school Offlee in flabr s iR-'.

Tv a, rks. -JERI'IINANDT HA'YrK
Two ;l.-1 ii-A14 !i.-.
T%,, rc :,.t' ',,r.'-. A"rOi:NLE' AT I.A
O i,," li r lik --.
Ti r.e i!, r n,:ttls.
Tl.r,-t ^.. J .irl..C n r sll Ji'r rt property. r'm.
Fi:e d*. :,t.ll r.. n' proved and 'unillpro;etl), phMepha~S.
One r. .-.- *',,. trucilg and farming la:de. S ,ud hito
Frte ia-l di. *,.ry. 5 liit of what jli cF r for sals. 2lir
Four btwt f mtlrktts. -
TD l rt c..r '.; rJ A. CARLISLE.l
Two r it *;* '*I ATTORNEY AT I AW
To, niU- lI. },-e- AI?'ORNEV AT LAW
A t.'l. I n- -t,-'!1. And Soh4-eitor ia Equaiy
Two hah. rla-herics.
Two abstract orffces. E ,d
Four Ilrt.--ing clubs. RB' Estate, Coonvleamnnl and ue
Two ua, hine shops. eral Pretiee. All business procnpSll
To t ig rks. s ended so. O mee I* *l door to su
Sir b.,ara3.i: houses. e,. (AIISlvLLB. FLOabID&
One ('atholic church.
A n:lll:tar ron auy. ViANi. ,.AiU THO W. Iil.I.INt,
Thr-e )er lry stores. fI.AitK & Fi'liN.;
(e.re iho-|ihate office.
One Chinese laundry. V I.AWY ill.S
(l.e C'hrlistan churchb. Practice to all Courts, State aad
T'o bt-ani laundries.
1 .,) Adv. nt churches. erl,.


S():, daily newspaper. t Ollces Over Gainesville National
TO,, hardware stores. Bank. Gainesvlle. Florida.
Or:e f,.male Ihyslclam "
Fift.- Fise llalti.t churches.
Three furniltre stores.
One cold htorag.e plant.
O,... .okly na-wpaper. W e Ask You
SN-.en dry goods w torea.
Thre- s could drink stands. C f r
(. eCtetiric Illght platL I b eo CAWe fe are fw
TI:r,-e blrcksiith shop. troubl bc w re Ue I
T!.r- ral!.. 'A A )a r*tL viB elp you Rrnamboo 69U
F:ill:t i,. ils.ol.lt order tthis gra t gamJ medy-
Tw E; -.c;:l churches .
l'nitt-d Statnr lar j oMflr.
(On chbferlcil laboratory.
Thlrt.-rn Sunday schools.
Too %rtt-rinary surgeons.
One Presbyterian ohuelrh. R D
Too clgar maufacttAlei
Four real etate agencles. has b oI r fI to amds o G
Volunteer fire departmenL ot aimCk weme. so wy al to
Several lumber compaeals. ou I or bsch itli
Three Methodist cburchesa Wn iJncal gSAS h MliA k
A bras band organistUon. "6 0 *
yTwo i Iphota o mr anh al l
Two muolat petm e W b. mi 10i to wl T" ItI

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To Be Given Away by the Merchants a; The

Sun to Citizens of Alachua County!


Each Section Gets Prizes!

Contest to Cloe August 18, 1909


Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business home
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. Thee
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a price similar in all respects theme
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pism
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prizes as follows: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the capital
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeeme in
cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, Dayton
or John Church Pianos. In addition to this they will give a certificate good for
$25 toall other contestants in the race, and will make special arrangements with any-
one to take care of their paper on all purchases of instruments at the cash price.


The Ginsville Sectim
The winner in his'dtrict 'will e4.


Will embrace the city and suburbs and be con-
fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.


Eastern and Southern SectiN W "'" wt'"td fm
banks all points eat and from B.
clhille all points soulth-Waldlo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Camnpville, Micanopy,
Lake 'View. Tw'c,;Ima id all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.
Will cornprire all stations from
Western and Northern Section Hag to ,it ,prin Trenton.
league to Hi 'h Spring4, Trenton.
Wannice, Wilox. lHell, Newloerry, Jonw..ville, A lrcher and all settlements covered
ly thi. .area. (N1: 1 .PIANO.(

Hown and Where to Get Votes ay C
UHow an W he e to et Ballot boea will be found tn the evtabblh-
ments of the mer(banta giving votes and at The
t uu omfce. Votei Mswut by moutl met be directed
Vn. to the Voting contestt Lkpartmumt of The Sun.
VUotes Usines llle. Florlda.
The following nit mrhatitA will gtve one vote
for everv ce it i'pid lIat, th,'lt establirhmb cents fur
"'tms %hich tlir y ha Ul :l
Gainesville Furni*ure Company. Furniture. ules Re ul
Phifer A Morris Co.. Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware. 1. The rontebt ti open to anyone living Ia
Mrs. F. T. McCormick. Milinery. Alahua- county abo is knows by the cooductors
W. M. J o. D s ad of the coit.ebt or %oucbcd for by sumes reputable
W. M. Johnson. Drugs and Me'Celnes. p.rsan. to them well known.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry. 2. N.o employee. attached or relative of the pro
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. prietors of the above named frms are eligible to
Saunders & Earle. Groceries and Feed Stuffs. partcllate l this contest, and will parVtcipat tos
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry. I Do sanner.
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats. 3. In the event of a mlsueerstaadlin between
w. o. Dvis. ivry an Scandidate. or others Interested In thil coatest.
Crawford A Davs. Livery and Gale Stables. such controversy may be referred to the ean
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. ducturs of contest, who alone are the peroes
The Brown House. Meals and Lodging. qualified to render decliloas.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits, Etc. 4. In the event a candidate deoldes to wtM
Eddins Mgf. Co., Lumber and Building Material. draw from the race, such cadlidate wilt dl t be
Standard Frtilizr Co. Fertilizersallowed to transfer votes to the credit 1 an1boer
standard Fertilier Co., Fortiliero.. candidate la the coatest


THE DAILY STTZN
(*:*I 4u1*criLr Now sabu rbe
$1.25-Thre months' subscription ............ ...... 500 vots 700 vet
$2.50-Six months' subscription ....................... 1,900 vote 1,500 ote
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. ....... 3,500 votes 4, 00 ote
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (''"'', )... 30,000 votes 35,000 vote
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (: ..: ,A',: ",) 30,000 vote 35,000 votes


'I hler ,. i 11, limlit t

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$1.00-One year's subscript
For a club of ive one-year s
Thenr is no limit 1
Soliciting votes by cldida

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3EMI-WEEKLY SUN
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bocriptions ............... ... ........ .5 6,000 v
to thle rninuler of cluli each contestant may sure.
ite@ or frknds within the stoae
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on bef meof as kro
to- -e ty ye serway
ThebI teu samon at the N.e
Ia" aem "la lI always ever ia
oomer to u the lttle fellows to ed
beurWe it em t tie.
t vrybody*'s tre -Dr. Thoma.
bI .r'.r Oil. C r-. tt, : *<. .
acte wire tthrrt Hezr! cut*. br;l,* -
cSI*-* 'l- e sI 11 I1.
li'l, Clady. 2::(ramlt 1. >
t eW f r iDe[otL Ga. sh re sbe r
)oe lI-r: mrotb. who is ssiting t. t
m-Ia law Dr. J H JartI
Mr. J. M. Taylor -ft yesterday for
Jackoamvlle and will e{r*nd the next
several days I the State metropolis
viitg frnds ard relatives.
Dr. Kerp e I. professor of math*
-tles In te I'alversity. ba goIon te
th Northwest to sl--d the summer.
ut will return here ia the fall
We wouIM lhe to hate utUra:


4 Ir. M I- pard-I bm a Ceop!e ofTe Dally I aun of Marcb 3.:
A-t b i to pph l 6 th i for which we will pay e a copy for
ft. [1 ars1 t re papers leftt this olice
OI DumblDew p lardW Cal JeL a r. Jacks one of tbe
g@I t"*l M- & at veteran cothiag salesmen of this aec-
SaMe of FlorMa. was meetlag his
T p. h li -una fri ds In the ity yester-
.. a a* b Weemsehe id -
T Mr. aad Mrs. J. H. Jarvts left ye
o r y A te JacksoMville san wlH
S"a" --t- -e st o yto the 1ete


a A *be Mr. BManaso of Citra w las the elty
Sir a few hmrs y em4 th oset
a tfa, Mll* .. MIL She waa e
S B to Hew TrL State. where abe will
p- s the summer.
i a mer M i l ^ l ouasekelL whoha's been
spending the peat ten days here as
Sthe gaest of the family of M. Crew.
.1 1 e aet the Exp!erimen1t Laton, returned
eto hae hr yesterday.
aW' 9 NMrs,. Joe Hoe a of St. Petersburs
w 4~i ll arrim ed t tae city yesterday and will
a ^S 3 II K speed the next several days here via-
i- Kltintg her mother. Mrs. S. M. Wither
I 9aM. P tlspi -l-s. a1d other relatives.
i i Thse hsl es of the baseball results
L is L t Owe outh Atslatic lease at the
16 me a s o ISO New B lrd each night are certainly
i 0 1uad a kt tatg a h It. You get ust what
1 yi e're leaking for qukker than ary-
as = Wof e waudvt. where lseo.
j k O Iga to l Mis Mae andhes has, pened a
l I. V "O d W wkM heb pervate summer school, i the told
O B f f M Se inaery billing. for chilren be-
*rre 0* a d *ofthe al tow the ilorth grade. PupUais de4.-
"ift -l me Ot e W member clit Ito ay study will be gives ape-
danm. departedryu alO attention.
r 113. -. Bradle at Wacahoota was lI
S O 8 U L am = ttWOe the city yesterday. He states that
U11.r 11 a6n VYO d&Y far the people of hs sectloa have enjoyed
OldWI a1p 0 the e a1t few Sne rains durag the past week anad
r" 4100t 1iw v ig Arftga o.l that it wam a great stlimulanst to th
tr IW 1 me f d y g growing crops.
ad Ome vaew lty. left yet Mr. I. s. Gibbs and daughter.
S r 9 tt weeks vi to his Mses Cern and Agnes. of St. Peters.
WWM t. MA IArW S fter whh b brg. returned to their bome yesterr-
' i Iwa to this city. day after having spent the last few
WO W"W $*e 0Bt to show Oe days here attending the coimence-
ggl-- we war the I rst to show meat exercises.
--l isW. a-I we am the bart to rive-room o*ttage to rent on block
1 t-4 6IA sf s*saio,. the adjoining square, formerly occupied
*esmp p. --Yd A TeahB. by W. L LeOrande; city water, elec
Misses -bel ad Rebecca Padgett tri lights, sewerage. bath. and all
1- yaosrdIO ur loeveraville. N. T.. modern convenience*. Apply to Mrs
n.~~ ~ EuiaRw7U iBBUe.


wo ge!am to the umb
--etalO- to spe-d the summer.
a, A. B of the e o ra Davie
OM .r W. seave toy Ar the mark
A- of Te -msee sad Ketacky. Br
SmW rmt g he wlU islect a carload
0 & i d*k lor the lel market.
b -is I the best a t I late.


n. H. McCrI ary u uu uuc-r.
Rev. C. I. StrouM' Is amOUKx thi.
visitors to the city. lie has bt-en inl
rather poor health for the' Iirt fe-
molths and it is u.deJ.rmtood that hi
pbyslcian has adtdlbd that het- chainK,
his klation anid center a bh. i-mtal
At ,pr.,se'u he. It contempluilatinK %iit
Ing at l..ltltu rne
Rev. A. II. Curry. after vlitilug htl


4LAL II T M Isaumerous filruds ia (ailnesvil. fir
bts -ab te t -a M IB< the pyrt four da)s. departed f hl-
M bL wis"o. whs** I%'ho* lUme In Memlhis.t Tenn yesterday.
eBOWie ._ se OweLs. e Is be it is regretted that his business war
F"Ki I in Trltr of suc h nature that be coul.: not
*0.lllll^i IYI rlPewnd more tluie among the, p eol' (of
oem we M-,s rGke u @Or % i G elar- esiille.. all of abom adumir and
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result In the somth At:amtk
e Wedaneday were' as follow s:
tanooga Jacrk-'illl 4
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SGAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK


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% il loft t fri n r A, I .
.-eturning in tLe i"*. !l''"r
T Z. C .-oni. or < f t'** r ''! ni
: : .d rts a.t t 0. l.!'' t "1:1 f th'1 l"li
\' r it' w a . I)%. iti* L.tte Ear'l !'!- rs. the
fai. us little' It r j i .1 i.a, s., l't;'
a"d sure. Sold Ly ail dnirulggi-
:.I.r. Andrerw Pl,.dd anid r,,:;lir n
d* I.art, 4 ,-sterda? fur At;..uta.
a bh re tL.,. will vi!t* rtil;.l\e- Ilr the
; lorn. tu Mr. and Mrs. Mo.-l, Tay
lor. a ine boy. which arrit.d Tiu.-
da:. Both mother and child art- re
porttd as doing nicely.
Dr. E R. FUlt. professor of chem-
Irtry at the tnlveraity. left )etrer
day for the canal ome In Panama
He will be of toe sureon in t
bosptal at Colon.
The etertaimm ts at the New
Bald are not "hows" to the sens
of the word as m people uder-
staad It, but the cleaet, moat re-
fned evenings of enjoyment you cant
lad says hre.
John O. White of Newberry was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He is
engaged In the jewelry business at
that point sad also carries a line of
house furanishgs. an4 sates that
business is very good for this season
If the ye-ar.
If you expect to get the original
Carbolised Witch Hazel Salve, you
must be sre It Is DeWltt's Carbollsed
Witch Hasel Salve. It is good for
cuts, burs and bruises, and is espe-
cially good for pliea. Refuse subst
tutes. Sold by all druglists.
A cblld's spotaneous laugh is the
surest possibledldication that you've
bit the proper key note in entertaln-
ing. Hear the boys and girls laugh
jmd then laugh and grow young arilr.
yourself shen you see the perform-
ances every night at the Baird.
Miss M) Lanier of Waycross, Ga..
bho has been spending the l'a-t tfe
weeks In the city as the gue-t o;
the family of J. H. Jarvls. departed
yesterday for her home. During her
sojourn she made many friends who
will be delighted with a return visit.
John Young of Ocala. supervilinp
architect of the Ocala and Gainesville.
Federal buildings. arrived in the city
yesterday to look after the proress
of the work. From this time on be
will be in Gainesville about half of
his time. making at least two viitas
4,h #*'tk
On account of the rain yeist rday
afternoon the- May Day .'Festival and
baby show *ak postponed until Fri-
day alfterizoon, wheii, if weather is
favorable. it will It he Id at the kk-nmi
aiir> iarrac-k. hut if uuntaorable tIhl
KiEttric Theatre. will Inw u.sed Timel.
*; ,, ,, I. .. k
Di. M. H. kShliater of Micanuol oine
of the' most e'xte'ni, trucker of that
place, was het re' e.te'rday luokuin af
ter mouce bustinemss matters. t'blide's
being extcenilely engaged kis rowuwit
vegetables hIe has oln of the flnest
ogamige gro 's In the southern part
.b. Iht. ounai
Mrs. J. C. Evani left yesterday for
('he.te'.r. Co('ai. hav nlu been called
therc- on ac-count of the illness of her
mo her SHh rtwel\td the itIformIaa-
lolii I,)> sir.. l.i s tK ol i theI aftetrtiixnin
!Iianli. alnd t I t1 I t, h ,i ed that .he.
a ill tlil- thI (c- i'tillt -i of thi i;tt !',i't
grr-;il- ish | rn, tl Ui| 'a 1 .* r trr .il
l t,1 w I .I I Sa| I.iln~toi at tt Tal>-

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FOR RENT-One six-room and two
Averoom cottages In South Gaines-
vlle. Apply to Coffin Factory office.
rOI REN T-Fve-room cottage on
Mock mext to square; city water
electie ligts, bth room and all
modern covleiescs. Apply at thi
office

FOR RENT. FP'RNISHED-At 8t
Augustln". overlooking bay ana
ocean, for one month or four
month h. residence. In splendid
neighborhood, four large bed-roomn
parlor. dlning-room. kitchen, bath
etc.; toilet on both floors; no linen
or sliver. $2. per month, from July
C. F. Hopklns. St. Augustine. F1n

FOR1 ALL
'OR SALE-New mlx-room two-stor)
bouse within two block* of square
Apply 407 W. Masonic street.
FOR SALE OR I.KASE-The owner
Mr. J. G. Alvarez. having retired on
account of III health, the store
building and Sea Island cotton gin
ncry occupied and olwrated by him
at Starke. Fla.. for thirty years are
now offered for pale or Iease on
favorable terms. Buildings cana l-t
of store W.'x1loo feet.t twoo tc.rie. 1-
< erld in the Iheart of the- I it. .
di trict. and a to>-tory brick gi:n
hoime on rame lot 5', f-t from
rt;or-.. Machinery cnsiot. of one'
;;n..(Ollne ngine'. two h, 'w (dll -
roller Se a I-land cott-mn ptli. (oli'
grist mill. o0e rice huller. hi draulic
lU'ilp and cotton lre--s. EKlectric
light- and :a.'Tr w-rk- througthout
gin houset and tor. Iprsi'rolis f anid growing tm i> '
I.7,4Hi inhaliltant.-. .e.ll Iha.att.d a;- a
citllon llmarket and i. lthe. trade ( on
'e.r (if the' great Itradlrforl c(,iti
P.tra% m lrr i(niustry Finl, o>,(|or
tinit v for a Ul tl Ieirclhm:it iat;d
cotton lbu.e'r No co iillil-tliciol A;,
ply) to Paul E Canoua. tarke,. Fla

MEDICAL.
QUICK RESTORATIVE for lost man
bood. Satisfaction uarante.ed ow
money refunded: '.lic Iwr bottle-
bold by W. M. Johnson.


Secure a tenant fr that
room through a classified
The sun.


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YOU CAN SAVE.
"I fix% r u rt' ir Y-1 Ir h... li 1.
w vt iv 1I 40 MA
Msc er 1 CIt o~ r e -( i. riii
wht'l~ jon~ 'tit-fln' 4,1 e ;l~ &! ntA
Pbou Weat dn so or hs to EIe.


TO NEWBERRY


BY AUTO
Antonatoie 'ae ars Mil "ir r A 'Vi-* d
peX rlm l ntit-W) at III .-it a. II. l.cqtlIr-Na
qvea Ne1-lwurry at *I p ii.. m. A59
Y lEMENT a:.. I TII IE. AI Nt 1 ILO


Fare $1.50
--CARS FOR HIlE--


-MIS. McCORTMCKIS-

MIIHIERT ART SCHOOL


-N0~V (IPEN-


At Mrs. McCermick's Millinery Pap
lrs. West Side Court Hous
Square, Oinesville, Florida.

A Coalkete and tbrw'uteh r,"ur-r c' ;r.-'rue
UM In tke Art .t f M I.lierv qI .liL a ;':u b.
taUebl by M a Met uC(tm.ek u I.* a irrnd ,ae
Ls MUltry Art IPr!,Blr.r ( our%@ rur.s 'ro.
two to re r onottb. Kawtt in-xuaMjh.ee Far
Prtulars rcll ua on r a'drre3 Min. F T Mc-
CroIcn. <(;I BtI ;e ". --

FOR SALE
IM ld 10 Buick Ronabout
("Whito Streak") fully equip.
ped with Automatic folding
wind shield, Presto.lite tnk,
Magnet, Sopplemental spiral
spring, rubber cover, and both
single and d able rumble seats.
Been used but a short time and
guaranteed in perfect condition.
Owner wants larger car. Ad.
dress Box 626, Jacksonville. Fla.
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WITHIN


DAVIS & OLIVER

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GRADUATING EXERCISES



OF STATE UNIVERSITY


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The Anal r is. (I t1 ... I ;.
j01t~ comUte Ite( n.4 tit t v g"i it a .
Tut-eday in the ligh Scho 4, Audit,
rtum. This hall bad N, -n tatetfull.


decorated with bnating la the college
colors ard with palhs fro the 3x-
periment Station.
At the rear of the stage sat the
members of the Board of Control.
President Bledd. Presidentelect Mur-
phree. Dr. Conradl. Dr. Curry and Dr.
Dillard. To their right were tbe mem-
bers of the I'nlverslty faculty. and to
their left the graduate of the year.
After the Iavocatio by Dr. Curry.
the preelddt stated tht the two mes
to the gradWatlag class whose tgades
were the bet were awarded frst and
second honors, respectively. and that
the salutatory would be delivered by
the second honor. the valedictory by
the frst hoor man. He then latro
duced Mr. F. T. Wilson as the second
honor man.
Mr. Wilose expresed very grao
fully the appreciatIon of the gradut-
Ing class of the many courtesies ad
kindnesses that had been extended to
them by the citise us of ( .ine. i!
He thanked the large sadienace for the-
interest they' were taking in the grad
eating exercises. and hoped that the
*plirit of joy and of gldne., permneat-
Ing the young men who h;ad reached
the- lrst mile-post in their carc-er
:, id extend to all lir*en-t.
Or. Dillard Addr
l;he- pre-sident. at the Ctem lusion of
t. address. in a fe- rell-chosen
S.;Jb. introduce d the st*-eaker of the
A .-lin. Dr Janue-. ardy IN!'ard.
S.n.e.il a c,.r. dicting'ii-.he~d profef-
Sof Tulantc I1'nier-rity. New Or-
S ::-. tlda.? the rrelreit.-l ltttie- of the
i. F'nl I
l: I allard It-g.anw *ith )ome well
a.ts J 1 oaiue'l l t" t i thel- t a- dutiful
(4 ot l ai(i4 '.i ('llnl titg to the-
l ead r. all -d Ih t.it trial to
:l.r ( ai'.t'it, ia 1H had bte-n
-.~t :iith. dre-ar ad.-t'.- f tife des-


th Inion. it may fah to our kit in
hture to preMrve the 'nion by maI n-
taining the prtaciplres pma wh L it
t'tmctr*at f lth (ha alwud
concnotratkto of wretth has alway.


rauaed political dIsturbace. and an
restoring order there may be a de-
.-ructimo of personal liberty and of
the political hop of ceturies.
He then ave a materly sketch of
the reamditoe exiting I Rome dur-
tag the bat humdred yera of the re
p-i. He told of the several mar
tyrs who had beeh s ate hb use of
their eorts ia behalf of the eomat
people. He showed bow jra0irlly
the one *ma who fully understood the
conditions had beea istrumental i
brtntag about the establtoment of
aa absolute *overamet; bow Juhus
Caesar. an aristocrat by bitth. a pog-
list hi prieipte. had ta the defoen
of the liberty and rights of the peo
pie toud it ecesary to ue methods
which ally led to absobtism.- Had
he lived ifty yards he miht have
saved the republic as It wa be help-
-d on Its decline
In the same way Inasduos enemiek
rere attacklag our republican nlasttl
tikon. Attacked in time It was pe-
.ible to overcome them. Pt if thef
enemies be allowed full sway for a
period of years. the ver- friends of
the people might by their efort ad-
sance ariatorratic rule. We should
couat the cost of every gain for the
Ie-Ole.
In Particular he be.ought his hear-
.rs to study the questions arisig
from the conflict bt-twen aristocratic
.and democratic views. et them op
jl.qe- tLherutlves to all attempts of
indieiduall Ito gain social prilileges


And abou r all at prefwat kt them
-tud. the -orkings of protective tar-
.ff. which he b-llvded was productive
t Ilian tof the v'cl.t now exdlting in
the ar.;t
A second principle that ought to be
manafull ) sustained was. that of Homer
Rult.-honm- rule for the community


. bht.n .-udd.n:. ihg. uI autlful ..n
r f .wnfrt uddenit. I ut .kt 1au'e1 for the count). for the State. In 00w-
S ro wfr hi It auiihtgr. home rule. thew
..I tI. <(. ttrat all ..-t r c l,,tial o .aiould hbelp t i ere*-r our d. uri e
i i b.tt Ilorv i a,- de-lghted ratic trn nt
Sh. U ijagetIIf( ji tre .-b afnd fne In conclu-ion he urige the impnort
(if aIn..il.atrthalncr of one se.timent. idealism It
a. Ui th. fa-: ;.-*- from Sam- the oung men form high ideals in
* l. t' politics and. regardless of coMe-
IThe futurtt i( ,.. (.. (ontilued. lia of the whole re- the workings of thee Ideals. Thus
I :l.!tr. dep.nded ulon the )ouni men bould democratic irinciprl be main-
like those before him now Iwing grad- tained. Let us rid above party. lt
uat.-d at the college throughout the ti erown uon all seb ab s of gtart.
II..I ginuce- the Imtginning of demo- of political comirut; let ts strive
S(I.,c. uot rnerl' there- ha b. en a for the Intrests of the common pet)
Ar.. ,,..,ou r.-d (f tic. witould pie. of the whole country. Ia 4eg I
t..k lan uint.re.fit poltic without so. let uc cost the ert sad u
,...y p'rfr.IUit A tman t eaua that will n ot ultimately brtag
h.cl-. ore hi caghly than his n l train of evil rlesls. LAt us
i.. r..nl gai lil.roflt by tbhe la t hundred year of
Ne, otea cin .l k t*.nt w -flte YIs i arn
ie ad and fIr I -ure of .the cotUt Illutil e
Sd, niocratic gtet tc.riinI-t % t As Prewd ent Sei Award Degre
ti,. Soith lnce. atttlll..eed t d.stl,. l Woltas Orchestra then gave a



Jordan Named as Next



Mayor of Jacksonville


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i: ,~ rtie cM tatLa srImply Alb the
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t~ula.. :u-~L:Lg tot' iL


TWIU.AHASSEMl Mary 2-TW-s
raPlyred In the H vIP ;ry.
*sra. felowirla a enbaft a wl-
ment. the Dak eCOUnty t wa y of
choot text-b bIks ll w t p
a Pc s*ik o ftl ft thbe vefteh
ere4 by a vote ofd Mt to 2
The ReM t-mpaors aeti n stJ -m
wib the peas-ge t th rt nllg of
Ithe CM prm r y bfl wh kb ptakides
Mamg ethr thw ob r d mebbs
en for asa estded time of persMn
aofwy fc briby he .agied
The Homer doe& the an ewNmM
ad atght to the teW rat of te
u ,ri rereea iM. THs wt em be
up ftforwly hothe @mwlse eio
be whole ad mwhk dbMM
ev isd

amendmet grehbitm the esbe at

imollts of eess them b a pa at
, time. This wea ldbiM mt e-
ill It had bem warmly l ht.

TOW MSMAT?
CoIderato of the Br me
rltatlta to th Mabtry o ra wa
companies uavgr r dte im
Cup"ed merly t e natre Of


the uae. Isame Very




passed to third rneidh
rPoamwig several days
strained conditome the


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griduMteu. the firt ),ja to take a
I irr tailr courts to the IUniv-rlIt
of th*e Ptate of loridai He praerd
that it mibt he said of -rb of thera.
a% it has bea I id of Ce*r4eGa. -lod
above knows where w Is but wher
ever he may be. e is dan g his
duty."

Vire President Parr then arose and
at the cloe of a gaCeWful tuite to
Dr. 1d.4 an 4 a tm the 1'
veraity had e rru sa n tw
bomorary degr* af t. Di. 'Ti was
the frst hoor de e erred In
the history of the Altatts.n ad
this was coferredl aough both te
heard of C1ntrol ad the aterwy are
,n record as being O14moed to m-
itg honorary degreeaWept hN the
Wa rare aod erptional thrm-
stances. Dr. 11.4. akhoh greatly
urprtsed, made a v ry attlag re-

Awarding of Med
The awarding f medals followed:
The rv---esh -.- --'e- meodal for
lDehlmatki to H. G. Gla er. of the
aopabomor Class. the Jusior m al
for oratory to W. D. Rader;: the Se
tor meal for Oratory to W. I Mar-
tia. The Bmtickma eda whc 8 1
w'oferred spon the studet making
he bert average Ia ay clam of the
te.lngi.ert Drpartment. was award
-d to W. W. Gibbs. of th Senior
'las-. ith honorable mention of
tudentp Freton and Hadley Taylor
Thre- medals were awarded b) the
Military Dipartmenat: for the best
Grilled ma to J. H. Vidal. for the
t'iet marfksm to W. OGbbs. .ar
-nd marksman. Charle Larrwo
r!., r, wa- cnly point dlErrffer
n tt!' c,,r.es mad*- by Mesars. Gibbs
ml.d I arwee
The medal offlred by the Mildred
I-A Cha.ter. I'. 1) (. to the stdenat
aritine the- b-rt ee-sa on an assIgned
,ubject was won by H. G. Ianatom
with an essay on "The Caiu s of the
*.ii \\ar
The medal olfred by the I'. DC
of th e Stal was won by P. 8 May.
rhio am-dal aI- oie-n to all colieet-s itu
rt:e Statel. nid ha- tw4en awarded fle-
tinrt-s The 'ni.erlitv has coninpete-d
for it four times and has won it
three- timw,
Temns af Af stbea.
Mr. Bryan then happily prtsnted
a gold-beaded cane. the gift of the
faulty as a token of atctiLo and
esteem. to Dr Bledd. The recipiet
was much moved and thanked the
doerp most Attingly.
Dr. Crow. a the spokesman of the
faculty, presented a et of books to
Dr. Yorum as an expr eion of their
admiratuio and atectlon and regret
it his retiring from the U'niie-rsit.
Ir Yotxumun retblotme was grac .full?

With a well wrttte valedcrtory.
the firt honor nan. A. Hadley Tahlor
Jr then, on Iehalf of the graduation
SlIta* t Ik fTorU al fare'll off the- rill
1/. t of (aie ille of the IibMrd of
,:.rt r of Ir tW eldd. f athe f.l ultu
It r ettdi t l.t t"d anId nlili l ,'W
a: t; .f 'ti il tm- of I o'.
\!..r, ti hi I. tr ,. |te .1
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ATLANTA.
by arbitration
so far as th
ers' denrands


May 2. A sett)lr-ut
bsould not be difficult
(;-orgia Ilailroad trlk
are concerned. Vic,-


Preside-it lIall of the reu-nue- a organ
Iiation ald ),-*sterda) b-caue thb*
fire-isi ti ar. Iit tr) lti to tiart a
'.Ard and f.A-t i. ttl. IIe at The-)


.t .& l ,t ,* ... st t h .I f ,' ,
.i' ic r i I .ltll e.. l i.it Th, I
7, i t t s a I ti 14 tel, A
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Wator Mr. amt waM ast
whether this e.~w o hbem
The &rectos iAde e wth --l
beeaiees aelsnts wbi m~
to be a ed untaar b ay h o Isag
tie-up.
Hand cars. and r-
urban eaurn md e -ub
upn the P pEa de b6ynd
malls in the AthIesua p-. W
anid the re is the strtie dIttfIets a
t.,1 I.pIl(mastr skbmulderd a am sT
i*atK'itg MuWail. am a t Mrs
Ihrd work ridita and wasnthl ma
..<- 1 t, r-.jib a railroad statcUo a


I ,:, I 1 #rutac 4 A w te#-* Itow tl t- a t rk #-


Roweit soft


I ur rUrrt I It 16.6 t tu redelr& ruuts mig"
... -ai aatewrfe-rt. an plac aua'ds ou tWain
a'' -i i, rIr tor a et- the- maills thre g. Ma
0 k44 I, xf 11La LeOLb .c r. eaIQON i6
4 .1'. TI-., ftrlk rb have aouunctd
fa1 t0. ., Aret : lliud to am regions
-s i'l l."4!) 4.t1 el (,aty USh but that eh aseis"
S: .1 *. .aaf' r aI A e- e It t Irtmalls oL mad t pas-
r ,.i ai. a Am a i -f *1 &4 l tg r.
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MELIOt OTL e ms m ame s- a dO a

MELROM. May t .-MrU U. J.L Te IM Iw -ae ft Ir n
Itarltt eltertalm e qet a prty of. rig, w 1 a a4
lasthbors friends e Saturday. oeae sbm be Tew eto
slating of Mrs. W 8. Moore. Mrs. M. the )jb thib w.
Hiulmne. Mr D). HuIe. Mrs. Harry MrI & Smos M eoa i L.
IBarnet. Miss M. Berkatraemr ad Mr. amr M IL W. Cam- t
lA' Jhi-n bImats. ryed e 1ity~a a fa w
W H l [ aVd Mr. L"e have in weeks' ay at DmtieB
t4 Lake City to attend the oI--mer tba.
me-t exercises at Cohemia C~flI.
Their &on. Steam La. will retaur K ep ae= ol aw a
with tbre.n Te d be
Mis E. RIkks o HflIaa as tha Wh L of taif tm
guest of Miss L Mack for the wa*- --
end.
The many friends of H. armstt e- r --e I g -mfte "a ant o'
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An ezmoso of a old t enta y b.ar
rI em&sed& Iigreat der of excit-r
meat oaldr) to re. Sendat f:r crc i
tbe rar of the drug &tort of Wt %1
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An explos lo d whiof ach o u r-emty bar
bed out aond a aft it rnoo n t t:. i
the rear of the duhking store, of ar

d ttrm aotsldertably. It Is lil t
ohaed tn t s had euotied farol t a


Icol b l WHl some o Letter.
Id. his deW.Wy byll jsuntilnton.u
W. Himself. droed a lihtd ma to ert i
the I used aley'a the barrel A Ied
eploerv followed whih oand kidney h
ead t and m frt i to usy that i
wtposedo all that as had formed from th
V. Vs.. writes: "This is to certary




Poley's KiU y Remedy has restored
beath and strength to thousands of
wek. run down people. Contain no
harmtul drugs and Is pleasant to take.
J. W. M.Colulm & C.

Card of Tlhanks.
We desire to extend thanks to all
for Usets of kindness upon the death
of Mrs. Hreward, who died recnullt at
Hal Mooe. A PRIEND1

Sys Will $s Sys*
And are always ettlgi scratches.
outs. spraln, bruies, hmps. bros
or Dm~ 't aegst sc ee tlions
- y maY rslt serio ul It yr
do Apply alian 's uow LimenLat
seesrdEa to dIretim right wa
mmd It wUll relie e o th aL sad heal
the trouble Prioe c. 1 sad 51.
Sold bI W. H. Jobauus.


I L C.L InAWAT

MICANOPT C~TU IN TALLA-
NAN-" AITATIH1 MATTtR.

Want i--d Muit A me the Prairwe
t Tha Caty Whis WINl Perm
t-. Meta ULae

Fleam Tuasy's Daily Sum:
MkcaaopyWcitise want to be placed
ao the maa lne of the A. C. L
railway sad with this end ia view
have eat a delegation to Tallbhassee
to work up the matter and thoroughly
agitate It before the Legislature and
the Railroad Commisslo.
The committee seat to the State
espital comprise Dr. H. L MNotsom-
ery, Dr. J. D. Watklns. C. E. Melte
sad Mr. Hyde. It is understood that
U ey wll hulamt the right-o-way for
this proposed ew route and will also
asea the railway peop otherwee
a makla the changes which will
gve them a ew sad Improved
serrto.
it is also lalmed that the new
rste will shorten the distance to the
sMoth over ive mleso, which wou
be another advantage to the railroad.
The aamut of mosey that woud
e required to eonstrut the mew
roadway Is not mentioned and Jet
what they propose to do aloun this
alm l not knov. but ftr th good
of a tatgrwin place we trout that
tey will receive the coaotderatio
tht they deserve ad a me better
mrvk than they are at preset e-


STATE NORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

OW iser r Enesg Year logeed at
O Drylo IeMlei.
The Florida Horticultural Socty.
whieh was n session at Daytona last
week elected Its officers as follows:
Prof. H. Harold Huoe of Glek St.
Mary was placed In nomliatlon for
presidet. and belag the only noml-
aee. the unanimous vote of the bouse
was cast for him as president.
Nominations then being in ord*r.
success vely. for Arst. second and
third vlce-iresidents. the following
nolmnees were elected by a unani-
mous vote: First Vice-President. W\
C. Twt',ir. Winter Park;: reend
Vice- 're.ident. H. It. Steens. De-
ILand: Third Vice-President. I. F.
Chilton. New Smyrna. all of whom
expressed Purprlte at their -lecttn.
hautr il.d,'d their bo't .ffort- for lh,
CClet y.
E. O. Painter of Jackson\ill,' was
unanimotii-l r. *.cet..e -.-rt.'nrv.
W\. R .lr( of Itik Park na- r.--
,.le-t.-d to th<. offi c ,o ,f rtre tr'i r
Th- fo~l.onie u\ <;the o An l.-<-t- d l l,> t. :llo"t tr. ,f 1 I f .I !f
(f (;ain..-silhiI <; I.. T .h,-r (C n 4C'
Mary. and F Huihh> barl ,f F.,ler:al

Quite a d.lsegation from .ain.\ illl,-
attended the. mc-tlniig.
Orlando was chosen a, the ir.xt
ni-t(ing ,pl::r.

A Happy Father
Is soon turned to a sad one If he
hba to walk the floor e~.\rv intiilT "ith
5 crylu b h, .M,(...- I:.thv F:!i\i,
will rak,, thb. chli l ,.;1 --wr h" It.
ier~ *..*. induce health h ririni.t! luiia
her. |ll(t for dt-ordcrd Hoc)lte nn,!


sour
need
safe.


stomach -all teei hing iable-
it. Pleasant to take. sure. a:rd
contains no barimful drug-


Price 2,s and So cents per bottle. Sold
by W. M. Johnon.
A Half.Holiday.
The big store of the (; W H.du
Co. come' boldl) to the frunt and
makes the iultiatlie utoe laain this
season. follow ing the cutloal the%
inaugurated 1tuo )earzc agc,. uf KiIhiK
to their empluo) a haIlf d.t. %a ihll
d.ia ac.h Thurbd.s after rnio.n duriug
the suiinir.r iuiti hs T'hi Is Ia u
IwiKlg done by all of thIe largest dad
t e-t couc(ersI throughout the en.tir.
country. as tih fee-l that a half
day' rest in the middle of the ,'Lk
tends to better fit their euiplo)re for
the rest of the weeks business
This moie is considered bighl)
commendable by the patrous of the
big store and they. too. rejoice with
the elmpio)es for the bentets they
will derlie from It

After a heavy meal. take a couple
of Ikoa's Regalets. aad tgve your
stoarh, liver ad bowels the help
they will seed Regulet brita easy.
regular passes of the bowels


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THE OAINKSYILLn .IN: MAY 27. IW19 8


DL CItYtS LEDI

SM AT TARNEACLE


LARGE CONGREGATIONS PRESS
ENT AT BOTH SERVICES.

'*Wisdom Hath Buifded Her House,
She HM, Mewn Out Seven
Pnil!rs," WWa S.Abje.t.

S. t I at. .i; t n, v ., re ., I 11 .:
,l. 1ii it ll lJ: .11, liit ag to ij I. I11trh,.
il" :.illg 'ex rT i..-, ,of the I' i.i rmit %
c,,nmmeTc'nenr.n.n Tlhe fa liltl hiadr in
it*'d lr. Curry (,f Mim-nphis. toI
pIreach the Iac< alariir ate iSruion.
and the members of tlihe 8tudient Y
M. C. A.. learning that Uir. ('urr ma
olne (f the unurt popular clerKr tin,1
that had ever offlicate' in G(;alie-vtile.
also extended to him an Invitation to
deliver the annual addre .', bn fore
them. The enormous congregations
proved how delighted the people, ol
Ganaeville were to have an oppor
tulty of hearing Dr. Curry again.
Both services were held in the Tab
ermacle. In the morning the enormous
audltorim was packed; nl the eves-
Ing there were but few vacant seats.
The exercises of the morning ble-
gan with a chorus. "Come Into Our
Hearts and Abide," well rentdered b)
the young ladles of the Gainesvlle
High School. Tbis chorus did credit
to the teaching of Miss Titman. of
the High School. The violin obligato
was by Prof. Wolts. The Invocation
was by Dr. Bledd, after which the
quartet and chorus choir, with Miss
Fennell at the piano, led the congre
Satlon In singing "Holy. Holy. Holy.
Lord God Almighty." Dr. Curry then
read selections from the eleventh
chapter of the Epistle to the He
brews, and from the third chapter of
Proverbs. After the prayer which fol
lowed the reading of the Scripture.
the High School chorus sang an
exquisite response. This was followed
by a tenor solo well rendered b'
Mr. Maddox. After this the congre
gatlon and choir sang "Come. Thou
Almighty Kingm Announc-nrsre of,
the other commencement ererc'l-e'
were then made by lIr. Sledd. after
which he introduced Dr. A. I. Curry.
Dr. Curry. after expressing hi-
pleasuire at M-eing so Inialy ti hi.s old
friends, took as his. tIxt the fir.-
,.rst- from th(lie sth chiaite-r to;
I ,jverbe: "'Wisdom hath builded he'i
1 iUis, she has he'wni out hIer so(.e'
I liars." iHi drt% a clear and rpi
..Imatic dit intion I-(wt -ee'ln ia idoms
.I knowled g- A n-.i:; may tw full
S: knowled;(e and d .I Ihal ei no i%,
I 'is Ie' lia l-' e-aria il. :'til *
11i- I Kniee !'e.;1 i.- f n:tii. l"A i alli
S ...* from n tiwl Kiee le,.l".r is I' it
,. :('equiJ.it ioi of a1 t1'- wi ;d m ie tihe
lity to aleily fact Wisdom I
'" l. j too r t ic ei.- i i t1 Ih. Ie-t 11 ll.
;:.d apply thl be .-t i -.lii e tI' -t'.1- i
I ;.. ni It is o I tn of th i., : 'r.. ;' "-
I \alua.l, -. IIl' ol f(; i, .t:. ftorct
i albo \ riches. and its gain ab ,,r and ,oldj If Ie i rightl. un
:' icstood the taluce of %i drnl Ilt-)
e,,,*>d niak', greater e.ffnrt- to atltail
I' than to acquire the tc.-allth of this
v rid
l'Th.n the' alw'ake'r gatc a il\id de.
cti'lptioni of the' structure of anl ()rieiit
ail house aitlh Its. stulci rtling pIllai..
ansd Intcrlor court. This building to
j,.. Iptrfect arid fit for the use of
Ii.:aniklid nus.t .w strncK atnd betauti
fil la ths- figurail language' of
tIl.' Cst., se"',n is a | irfect nsumsbewr.
ansd the seen pillars of the huillig
ut,,,w that it i perfect.
Then, sith aplt srlptural quota-
lI uis. he drew a klleuie,. between


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deielopli a man. it is not oul. allow
bible but necessary.
"The second pillar lntelligerne.
X man may be physically perfect and
,et nothing more than a powerful
brute. One may be great in spite ol
a weak body. but one cannot be
great ith weak intelligence, and
although a man without education
may accompil:.h much. with education
he will accom plish more. Of the men
mentioned in "Who a Who?' only two-
fifthso of ne per cent wre aboolute-
ly self-made: only ten per cent had
merely a common school tJacation;
sixteen per cent had a high school
course; seventy-four per cent were
collhge-brtd. According to this a ct1
lege education increases a high
school boy's chance of success nine
times, the chances of a boy with a
common school training two hundred
and nineteen times, of an Illiterate
boy eight hundred times. This shows
the value of a college training in in-
'rea.-ting the efficiency and happine ,
of its students. I charge you to
recognize one of wisdom'-s nece-: ary
pillars.
"The third pillar is Virtue. The
firt two pillars increase a inan'i- puo
.+r. but they may Increase it for evil.
they may make him a curse to so-
clhty." The lives of Joseph. of Solo
;non. of Atsphavla. of Aaron Rurr. of
Charts 8. Parnell. were alluded to
n order to show how necessary this
pillar is In building the house. To
,', trl.v uruce(.ssful. to aecoa nplih
4oxd. to build a house stroug and
Itautiful. the pillar of %irtue Is. e.
'u-n'.al; oth r l., e the Iluilding will
so docn In shanme.
"The fourth pilia:r is Re.:olutli(n or
Will po5mr. \Wth.ut t!,.l a iwman 1%
!il.# ;i rudtdet'rlh I~ at. smith It he.
!s Iike a great .tlilntic liiir e :;lafl:
making the dep'tined port. The gr. at
*--t troulee Mith ranyiv yo umi.g a i i
hat thi'. lit. k a cl ar cu. t pIurliorcs
,A d ha.t' ea aim itn lif lustl the' lur
*' 1 of il,'aN re. The.y build hou *
Sit llih ut a I'!an. the y ill *.:'lht
.' litout a a lrr or fcourre.. 'Foi U a
U! Ii -,. thl in bring in your a ill

'Th. fifth pillar ib l Hopi. This. I
onle of the great.sit factors in a mani'
tu(ice's., without it continued effort
In impoiostible A man can fight for
a forlorn holm-. but there must be
hope of some kind. lelll Is Hei'1. *e-
caunse oer its main portal is writ-
I'n. 'iAt him who enters here Iaete
liope" tw hind.' lack of hopw paral.lse-
all human ,effort; all great achieve
nrnnts haie hope as their guiding-
star. Io not be pessimistic, do not
loe hope:; be oltomistic. Lkj not
look at the hole In the doughnut-
look at the encircling ring.


Niur and a building: Know )e not The sixth pillar i L.ore for our
),. are the temple of God "When Fellow-Men. Without thil no char
vana Is right, a he-l hIis. charair;lc.r I- a(ter Ie strong or beautiful The
ri :htl con: trteilI hi.- Ithe- noileli-st gre.at.at of African explore-rs was
ildina llK tg ilt ri atilon far .urlpa- ici jtI Ia lid I.laingi ,tone Ills Iurimhe was
i altll, not t 1111le. :s1ila tIlh' T.e1El of A lt tlo in< re-asic e iritisth territory. not
Il aia of ilih.- AIi I it ei if 5, *xiphln i*" r,s..ources of the coInis
6si4l, ueI n 11..1 l-d.i h l. 'h il'11t t lr ll Its et hurt or sc.'Ltk adet*lluro.-
I! 11 I walal 11 tic -t1 t i. Lh is ls, iotl e aas1 f loe b, l. he, a r etkiag
. hlaracT l. rs of ti I sei Kcml It saiin t I. to lIsal Ithse Il-n s i o ef th'e f forl -
*e1 Ipillard nl.ail r t'urro he r, iitr.tlio.ced a strik
The first of t h the.. pilliar- I- h l- I ,l5 c s .t. .la .t I. I e I ;n (;e-,rgE \ ,.h
.,A I ', rf. li a N 4u.isa l s u d( i- I,4I i t, h ,l'e 1AI N.t' i ,liRn Itoi l aai,lart. Ihe
at of lhis., I- 1l alaid alt t, uii ih ll1.aI i.Se rnil+ ,d u, .- l Inr aslial.t, ri the.
rT.'al 111t a11 ns ul b.0 h -k itik ,1 ilf Ali'htr i~.ra d I teIs-cd. r unis ltlh pa
ith ir Kgre-atnt. sa *as i Ipl,. .t f itii- j ri.in -a s and dnl istr,.tle-d leo for
\1ith ilanS illulrnstisos the pir. a. t.r in Al,.Ari.ian |iS t,am.o.d i% hai illuelt.l'. n l MilgagaiigK t e gret ir.eatl. hs ligKhts without lthil
hl.) oAcal apploaran e-'St-r-ts of imanl of the world a lead -.f Naar.-th was due- ti hi lhoe for
era Btrong, comely graceful. beauty thse iouimon people
ful bodl e are a od Istu source of The .e e-nlth pillar is 'Vatb in
)pwer This is warrant enough h for Gi A This brisl nui taIinto contact
C..11i.-' se thl,.' e, Aa f. a- a l.,'-t'- alt lth- source uf all uod This


syrup'fig


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Gets yentkyyl prmpt-


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mcssI ts Oil I .

habituat~ colisli ration\
n~rinn oflQ iii ti'.;t


I've got .n ,irw, l'" AloMlou (;,lwe

Hoarseness, bronchitis and other
throat troubles are quickly cured ib
Foley'l Honey and Tar as It soothes
and heals the Inflamed throat and
I rolnchlal tubes and the most oball-
imate cough disappears. Inslat upon
having the ge*nulne Foley's Honey and
Tar. J. W McCollum & Co.

He Wanted to Know.
Jeshlstal M li, r lie l'lt billte Ie shre'
Ila 4of ,uir'.*- e l s W hat plat t'i**!
Into )our h,.al'' Johesisne Mr. I'..
aer. a lo wais. be.r today. said uotbtwr'd
lever see forty again IWtton Tran
* rlip
a Op st

Ite hlag trturlng skin eruptiona.
dislaure' ausno. dret one wild
ltasn'. Olutmo-nt brings quick relief
and latlHug curs Pfllty cents at aay
drug store


CLIN EXEROSES OF

TUE NEWIET SCfhl

WAS AN OID-PASHIONEDO SCHOOL
EXHIBITION."

Institution Mae Accompished Good
Work. and Prof. Kean Will Do
Asked to Re.nran.

Ti' < C! *i: .; > \. r.!- I t *l H .1 0a .\
lterr> lii ,it e, I',~- I t, k I .M ct ot ,
ihursdal: and Frila? of la-t ce .-k I
Nwa- an 'ld fashioned school e\hi
ition." Tlhe school auditorium cotid
not hold lite at.diet'ce.'. aid a larga-
orush arbor aznd s-tage *mai built ov,
the outside' The Ipuills all acqiulitt d
them-eleis In 1 creditable mitnieir.
1,oth i, %tia.iig4 wa.re taken uip ai*'h
.rills. ipamioiui-a and coniedtlic
I'he last utumln r on Friday eetiii..
was "From Pumpkin BSamwp." whhlh .
in all of Its thirty years' presentation
at school ntertalan nts. has nev-r
ween better presented than by !.,,
scbool suplls of Newberry.
This hat been one of the most su
(essful years In *be history of tih
Neu berry school The a .bool hat,
been ralaed from a rural graded
school to a Junlor high school. the
enrollment has made a isain of t .:'
tw-Ave per cent and the averagel at
tendance has Incrased proportt.mate-
ly. A large pettton has been circu-
lated, with not only the nan'er ou
the ijtrons but .1 number of t "e most
influontal cilUsea of the town. te-
questing Prof. A. D. Kean. thu pa inct-
sal of the sebool, to remain alaothcr
year.

will regulate all hi other good quau-
ties; this will bring him into harmony
with God. No creature can Ignore
his creator and success-la the end
Ie must fall. No man is truly great
until linked through faith to the
,ternal God. What have men of no
faith accomplished? Nothing! There
is not one single government founded
)n atheism; it takes men of faith to
found a government. Moses, Isaiah.
la vld. Augustine. Columbanas. Cal-
in. Knox. Luther. Cromwell. Lee.
lackson-all these were men of faith.
Faith alone makes men able to bring
things to lass."
Then the speaker introduced a
sharp contrast of the great Duke of
Malborough rith John Wesley. To
day tne latter has 13.0o00.oN) follow-
er,. and many millions more aret
ready to do him reverence.
"*is..r rson wr ,t-.l Hitch your wagon
to a star.' I stay itchh your wagon to
*,', throne f (; 1 t rough a living
f.i;th. Slave 'Wi-domiit' hoiusie te your
house. perfect Itl strength and
t. ui "tt
The congregation then sang "Near-
er. My Gd,. to Thee." and was dip-
missed by Dr. Curry with the bene.


LETTER TO T. J. SWEARINGEN,
(;.iitne<.vllh. Florida
Ikear Sir: T'elve words state' the
fact:
Every) job panlrted lk*\oe takes leh.a
Iallonh than of any other iaint.
If asly one doubts this s-tateuie'nt he
may paint half his Job l)kvoe. the
other half la). paint he likes.
If I)eroe, half doe can't take less gal-
loIr. no pay) Yours truly.
-P, V W. UKVOE & CO.
P. 8.: The Galnesvllle Hardware
('o .,ell our laint.

O.e F*r Every Day.
"I've lbeeu reudlih, about one of tlh,.
rich men wet's get er suit of clotlle
for every day In the week." said ,,on.
tramp, I aliahuse 'r
"That's hithiln' 1ue 'ave 1. This Is I


PEACH MOVEMENT.

orchards from This Cewnty New
shipping Peay Fruit.
'romT Tuesday' DIMlly n:
The Gaineville Peach Orchard
.'ompaay is now abipplag peaches
from their grove located oly a few
mlk west of Gazaeeville lad will
nl a few ays more e shipping I
ar lots.
ksildes the movement O fptaes
:rom this hbadaome ad exteaslve
farm there are a number of orcards
ocated nser Newerry that are alo
;.Ackin fruit aad forwarding to th
Wortr markets.

A Livilngl u *limn
is the tal esat ltr of my
that hai worms-f it sre. Tin
of having something in yeor stnfm
tat eats all ym ake as rtI -L
Ninteathb of tlo able have weU
-4maybeya mg hL. Be o i tht
it haIs ot by Mt- it Whte Crsm
'ermitume-St epels all wem -M
as a ta te e m I 6. hrW
reaso. ol by W.. Jeoma.

Poeiti.., nIaeas.
Te MInlIster- ",'tlntmLh. wrhy dn*'t
yer come tu c'rjn- h Iuow? MklatrCe
-For three re mnon. air. FItly. I
djnal like yer thmologyq: uCoNdly. I
dinna like yer slnlin'. and. thirdly. It
was In yeor kirk I Art nmt iy w1.1
-Dundee Advertler.

MayW wk werk mvwu Ven have
beea oratoed to health byIty s
Kidamy Remedy as It ksUmael the
kidneys as they win eaiamis the
r-aste matter from th 9" ul" 1 wmps
lueo depress the erves. asm ig O -
oa exhaustmo ad other lm t&
Commence today aad yu wll soora
be welL Pleaesat to ak. J. W.
McCollum & Co.
ThIe kam am" hWr i4nllg g1.


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smaiti m mapeumpI we -11 fond bihm
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uS h1f g e 114- 19M of me she
6~ IN* ebsal &he eat1 mw me
W 0MNor peatV aWMIt n md
Ae gadud pasep we klelmnsteis
bw

ha dat" so be held I suam-

SOMMdie batim Sumlerv~le is
die an&agoof eseormumat.web-
Saw. ri-- --andher pisave
Om a nms I wa an mmids

J~dWsd b heft@wass oadhen
am "a" mnown of halda
ago" bus kedml S16e"slo
011111 111as i kIs MId, 0th
V So dwo m smadii 'did

OW Nrehum e IMbe heldWoIl

N v.nanPteten's rose"t wheat
ms.Iu~a rosisraly do bring abowe
a lpblhea suam bread revival Is
fb gg mW, k wt ay he thaibe was
bim~aIn dimmake. ateMal.Coer
blwbra so -'sly and gl -to
atmd bily mutritlous. but ern-
peimdvelr iespoeslve. This Is No
Sue.Is a delghfual M m"Muneuted
IV ewrfu rth n".


S l ha hate -
-wi sd to S Of

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swoop o diee wwwoeft Ior PO

M"hmb wfr te" I
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am up agoodoofwas" S


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S- im tembw pem

M w" a -7tft a O -1M S. r f
snow moul^di mlleow
-ein anhowateidoSOne and
SI t owa 6 s.meowsdig


os Woa d~ e mW he pa med
h#r voews 4getam of m
Mamo Umi6so la ahw eoderw''sl
ag i r -esaetS
Ss ed ad Odesstle w set b a.
Iw BW fOs Dea omiatm of
3WK Mad earned to the Sese. ever
the Mi of -W.. A. oet, Act-
le Char ms."
Maefr as The Wads kLows. the
pge lsgslaoetare has a be"
-agdWth reapdis the 6bW
Om of the als, U K t M east be
4raed thi a Ieg ar Ca eMdel Wael
is baled the to have bhi eaiom
adjdiated by the ourts of the
s Am the eeamsloae is, evtkaly
areed pea The Indes sad ether
newspapers d te Ste. sad the
1a1,e of FIoria gesnrally. that the
Legislate. though st repuditind
th cial, Mi eroetlo a eaodtesr with
l ,lapiar oeks.
We better argumxre has beel offer-
ad is mpport of the to*rt of Colowl
Wala' friends to set this elam Int
the colra of the Stat than Is coea
talakd I the Gov@ernor message it
self. This deumet. a, from the thagin
leg to end. Is a rass of acts. r nl
trats resolution autorunt, oI,inlon-.
goosto, comelueions and other ynors-
myf rstifyl and otalPfusn maltr that
positively and foreuvr lr- lhdens the
averaIe* kllla'#tr--fl no ,thisr r.-a
sn than lak o time to study law ard
history -frow nast.ring the do.talhl
ao the claim, that a re. s abk aId
Jtt Condluslop might be re-arh d
The lades aing l tw-n one of the
(oJveraors mtat arderat suppoetera in
the Mset ammsign. ad feeling that
ks editor ean still clams tthe right to
be hish ied, write this in explana
lion and deflase of the. country prome
aof PMrnd, those paper wbhih were
his strenaet ospporters when he.
lseeled th uad which do -t de
mwve hi essuare.- 1ake o'ity J n
des. May Sl.

The Klesiumm* Valley (a Osartt
Mohaes the obeab sLage-stka: 'Th
time draws sear when the few re
malniag heroes of the L st CaUsM
will omone me aasenble nl annmeal
mbs, this time an MreiphJl Te-n
The railroads tw d do no maw re g.
roms as at than to grant theIm ratl e
of one dollar or the round trip from
any part of the I'nitd tatelr. There
are few left to take adsanta*e fd the-
ral oadi' gaemrtlsty. and it 1 be
but a short time until they are- ual)
swred Me ore.. rLt us make theb
Umae yet alotted them as Ip rw ful
and happy as pussble-t ut wait u&-


A em leste of te r ald 1 l thy are d ad a d then beuld
MI pwer rof For wil U eI eld mrorluets etuol)ila ther bravery
is Tmp, beginsalg Jue Idt. At thi and lrtueM "
Nol@- t- rplt W th 1 kdelegatl -. -=
s to Cerals todly the math T- he eWrga paper anoWcA that
o Sd e Of tht taOl wl Seatrwe lMaes aad Clay ar together
b gaIs -4 d it i i tsoilpatd a aM tarW i eos amwpt lumber
1 w aI ged will aorwe to tMe urely theoe m st be some way to
pw OWpedme as aoeefk of broed o er this dIsrae. w ow
o f wo 0plaNk it ever. r sethles.


I --mPnwmete w of
at Ta"j WeW WNIMY of heok46W
oot s me. 00 us mpegIs a
6W- d pnday. A l

e-- I Km me yemberd
IGN"lb*DWO8r--3of9 bk
b sat m.. &it wan wdby
a wooeg otfa58 2L
Mir. Mfo e I d-I- I ehe
to and a a e o9 h6"a 0 ae
wesI com 40M to of o
e5 Vube ha V ane
oft new nm of S I*rnshav
See ba m
ll Adeftod.
Umobmdesby Mr. hs-Ta-
n am ha u to peak -t
S"e a *soo t"e of
So or reededs. Amem~kw
*dop e@l& a" -sun" -
tors-."Reseltk wan d.
Oft an The ssMed.
NeM 55 39 &. 0.by Mr. *Uwtm
-Mdwkting the Mat of pas re-


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DISPOSED



JCH BUSINESS


a Mberal and j predem toe Ma od
CoaIfeerae *oier or bi wnow-Or
or any hbil or amesre that wtl re
q-qe a od Confederate asdle to
make a aMo wit that h I a pauper
before reeIvtag sad pees. As I
owm4w thi bI l aunt to the old
e -mOtselte r aMd their widows.
I wse mo. ad wish to seo remor
a layelar a lib ald a dt piim
lawv hr the M aderM sai oMdlJe
ad thMr wids. The p emt M
i as ftr berl r J-mt, i my

TN SMATIL
atrn bsb passed to thd rem&
lM AeIr w r the b r
ead mf byd the Seas Medaey. It
wam the ha eto gried of @the sate

btde over the endadir.
A-ma the met important meas
am kUnd wan the em sb Ill by Mr.
Wal at s aedford whik provides ffor
the rei rg of parties lag
property r eah by theft.
As important meaere Iatrodueed
was t FloarToy bill preidla for


aves an cresting a Sta Board of- coedftib in all the scoob, dol.
Pease. lgs and ealverait le of the State.
Amrdnet by Mr. Weld: "Any Amo- other bills pased to third
peIrmo who eafete4 In this tate and reading were: 1 e Cook )o tt reeo
served actively for a-s maMths, sha lotka caiaga for a revision of the
reoelve the abesa of this st." eoastltotks; the Hooford bill creating
Lt. a State forestry commission, and pro
Am dm t adopted by Mr. Bla- viding for the conservatlo of the
ta to ateide the vale at pesloe forest resouree of the State; and the
sr' wife's roprty for assosma et. Humphriea bill allowing the Board of
Many ameidmats lost and ruled Commsiaoners of State Institutlons
out of order. to sell or lease phosphate beds lying
Ar am t adopted to employ a na the waters owned by the State.
elerk iatead of having the work of The Senate passed to third reading
the board performed by Comptroller'. a bill which was amended to allow
elerks. The bill passed by a vote sheriffs to accept passs, but It kill
of 41 to 1C. led as amendment offered by Senator
Mr. Kelly moved for recoasider- Humphries to Include newspirlw.r
tln today nre. Senator Humphrls h.-ld that
In the vote oa the pension bill. t Is a r-flection upon the newspap-er
lion. Jam E. Alexander asked that men of the State to say that they
an explaanatto of his vote be record- would be influenced by free transpor-
ed as follows station.
"I vote no and In explanation of S g-nat* 1Hill No 36i. by Mr. Me.
my vote will ray. as a on of a Con- Cr-arv. relating to the dl'l.slon of
federate soldlir. I will never vote reoanlies into road distrlct4, was ad-
for apy bill or mneaure that will d1-n,. vaneed to third reading.



Live Oak Man Nabbed as



He Set Building Ablaze

UVE OAK. May 24.-Early yester- telling him that they would watch.
day morning a man named Got was later, they assert. (Oo returned, and
arrested in his meat market which t Ithe night marshal and two other men
say they saw him as he went into his
Sared he r.srsstore, and hiding outside watched him
In a building on Ohio ar, nue Late when h pourd keroene about in
Saturday e*enula he was found by the. Building. and struck a match to it.
oelk4rs at the building, and told them As he cam out of the building he
be was watering his building In the was arrested and placed i n ail
fear that a negro boy who was n Goff begged the officers to shoot him
hiL employ Intended to set it afire. The building was saved from total de-
Tbh officers seat him toward home. struction by the Are department.



Lynchers Hang Man as



Warning to Negroes

IUNCOLNTON. GUs. May 25.-Earl) farmer. Thursday morning Spires'
yesterday Albert Alkeu. a negrou. was condition gres otrse and he is now
taken from the uncoln county Jail reported dyin. The white people In
here and swung tu a tree at Dry Lncoln say that nerro secret socle-
rork creek. three mile from UUcola- ties are belin formed for illegal aet*
tun. The body wasa iled with hul and th-e ilference is that by the
ets. 1'pon the body was played this lynching it is hoped to awe the ae.
placord: aroea
Notice- Tha is what wllthap to --
all meres to In LJaeool eaty uader Weat adverUeas to a Ir wm
smlaor etdrlumita a i haa aad ww whoat
4glCCd) "RUOULATO ." es drive yem p an nMd prpum
Athe cut Johm pirw. a white to aay desired


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STATE PRESS COMMENT.


The Tat;;,a Tribtune ays. (Mi
lIr;:.u sayi Frank Clark ought te,
ba% \,. sum-e though to quit.. 'ut Frank
ouild have a hard tium w brroitln
any of that partnl u.r braitd c:( cst-u,
from \V. J.

The Soutlr.rn Argus saia. "The
refusal of the Legislature to re--lapior-
tion the State in obedience to th.
constitution and In con*iliaucr w:th
their oaths is a blot upon the records
of that body.'

The Pensacola News says: "The
White Springs Herald does not be-
lieve that a man who sl going to
another world would like to go by
Jacksonallie on his way. but it is a
fact that people have bten know to
go to Joyous Jagzonvlle and get
away sober."

The Pensacola Journa ays: "There
were three arrest and conlictions iu
Gainestllle last week for cruelty to
dumb animals. A good work. It
bould be kept up until every human
brute gains at least the falthfulnesM
and patience of the poor beast be
delights in torturing."

The Times 'ulon "bhort Talks"
ays: The picked Florldia editors
are making much of the stor) that a
burglar who raaacked a Tampa rel-
deace left only a lady's bathlan suit.
ut burglars can't be expected to
think of every little thia.-Tamp
Tribune Of roumo m t. ma bur.
lamr re sot expected to marry -
cro pes arouo d with o as If they
wero beglogitts'


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Aupm of s* se okservaag

Trhbw. we real an v int trbute
wMeh was d ered by Will.am
J. 0M at rv-rlcksurg ra. .
tog the fames m C m0 1 of 1." *.
the ather of WaWlersne.'o *ad

Prr #*r' estt*bjr is bot a large o **r
ani4d t t Is rwb is ita rd-t:,
gr.-at httrw"r a'ao Here *b- '
!rr, of At rI' haM s reara4 a .- .*
a mat to Mary. b*t- ODrv r of IW&.r .
tron I am glad to *,nd oa th *-'
I am giad to 1f-,- t*h- i;.1.~n-. r + I
surrord b r gra IE. a -ir. 1 ..
--.;a!!y ,m t ar,'4tarn like
ithk-r- t much of t,:t -1er*l a.d p.
t mas of abuse. .pokW-. agalnit
' ra4diat4' frW pubie c fke. but *r y
' frwds. there- i one 'arsetr. *
mother-a candidate for the at.--
tions of all manfkid agl t a *ha
so trw ma ever uttered a word of
ahees Tbre is one nass. mother.
whih b i ver foud pa the togue
of the slaAderer-t her prseeee all
erItiess is dleait. The paiter
as. with his waush traasterred the
lmad-ape to the eava wivh such
Idlty that the trees an d grase
own aost real. be has *eva made
the tee of a maM. m lustinct
with fe. but at Io et pkhare o
besaulal th a pais er ha ever
bees ak to perfectly rep roae it.
ad t t a thse Oe Ia thf mother
bhelm In her arm her habe Withi
the shCow of tis R L.rema d
to IN e I nomIy t eoe a ofU s, I
bow I mM e sase to mother-

o PFSNl IS WELL.

Ths Is the Uti wae ila most
prices achoo are elosina for the
sumeer Vtion. and the com-
meacemeats of schools and colleges
are a reminder that thosaan of
yeaal people are beln gradI ted to
eter upon their life work.
To many yous people there comes
the temptation ia the last year of
school to let up a little o their
studies because of the fe-Iing that as
the end is so near it doe not matter
For more than one reason this to a
mistakes Idea. The last year's work
should be the ftting crown of the
work of pre- lous years. Then. too.
the last year in ,hbool is to be con-
sidered in iti relation to the future.
In most ( directly from school to hiv life work.
As the word cocimmn.omDl' tindi-
catr-,. hi life is not cloJnlg when h*
l-aea school. It is really opening
twfore- him with all its i osibilities.
arid if full-.,t succ.-4 ii to attend that
lif- he must I.* ad.qiuately equipe .
This means that the yooung pteronz
must flunih sl-l at school in or li
to comment(. tell ald continue w' 'l
in the buzi.iz-, or iruof.tdion whichi
he entr-rs. It I1 r.ut sli,-hod but
thorough ,fork tt!at wirs.


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THE AlUITILLX 8WU: MAY 27, 1909 5


OF A.L SUNDAY

RIMMON TO BE DELIVERED AT
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.

In comlln li.ti tllli I' .:rninlal ea--
tout of th'- a-- wiiint: ,:i 11*\t S ll
day morning.. Ma; :oti,. ti. -* AillI h.
a menio ial -r\ l'- h. I :t t : .* Fir-t
Ilaptltt chalr lh at i, .H *,I wk The'
sermon will IH. dli.. i lIv the, cele.-
brated dl ill. 11 ,%.\. r it. l Ita-
mnirl 4-f Cr c \- ; #.. ,i
th,-' u ';it l Itve, S I: It -,* rs.
Il I'na ar.l. Who h a; e ;i ,-,'d th.'
Ini .ittlon to *lel!'. er tthi- .- .ti,, n. Is
on., of tlh' its 1'-t .tal i', I i; 'l fijnir tl
e'r:itor, of tlhe o ScA :. rin listIaitst
t'hir(h. on,. whom t I ill lw. a treat
to hear. aiId this farit .a!- :n \.l! se-r\e
to call out nllaly.
Inlitations of the 1I t otardial iii
ture hate I-ceu ext l.,. ,I lihe lh ,.il
Camp of Confelderate Vet i'ani. the
two chapter rs of the I':'iicht rs of the
Confederaci. the Illue and the Gray.
the lpanissh-American War veterans,
the Patriotic Order Sous of America.
and the general puhllc to attend this
se vice.
The batallion of the variouss organl-
sations wUI assemble at the Poet
Headquarters In the Dutton building
and headed by the Gainesville Brass
Band, who have generously offered
their services, with Company "H" of
the Second Restment. Florida State
Troops, acting as an escort of hommr,
will proceed to the church, retiring
In the same order. The asal choir
of the church will be augmented by
special music arranged by Col. I. E.
Webster.
On the following day. Monday. May
1st., services will be held at the
cemetery and the graves of all the de-
parted veterans of both the Blue and
the Gray will be decorated with flow-
ers. In addition to the usual ritual-
latic service on this occasion, there
will be an address delivered by the
talented young lawyer. Col. W. E.
Baker. the reading of Pr sident Ln-
coln's address at (ett(;.laurg and spe-
cial music hy selected singers under
the leadership of Col. I. E. Webster.
Carriages mill be In waiting on the
north side of the square at 9 o'clock
for any ConfeAtderate V etrant. D)iaugh-
tern of Confederary aind any others
who desire to attend the ceremonies
and hear the address of Col. Ilaker
Tho-e' fortunat enough to have flow
ersi arc' reilue-ted. to I;iake a donation
for thll d.'oralon of th'e soldl'rs'
gra-*. ,
The, ;ranAl Army of Florlli. at the
lire- nt t.1i -. 'iir IN' -t I.; :u tin' fit <('oi -
nlande-r t;.***-r.al Jnam' Skilnncr iof
Arc lhr anil hi- ale staff. are' in a
fiouri-t.i;t. ( c:.'lltiJnal a 4tl1 doling muIcl(
to to i .l' .it, t. :; hn' i'le,'s of fratern
it'. hai11 i' :;iel lot I. mai" angK Ith
ItluI,. andl (;iry v.et.rais who are still
a ill i-.l.

Attention, Stonewall Camp.
T hl.' ^.1. l 1 ( lIII o ,' : < '
V 'e'te- :tla i- .i'itt.d .l> th?, I.. '. V ,
Ia .e i',,'. i; A I to jo:n II a I'.
li t l l ,'! 1 ,' I t |, 1 ,1 ; t
Ke iiiorial -.-ri t< t Ii M .t tie
First I'al.i-tI-t h tirih in tha- a ii ;t
l.':.;n o'loc Ilu .lce .il-, iii' 1t I tea a'ciomuia31'
Ill h i 'e-It ot Il.e 1i' \t dat \ to the
-.ll.e- te,.r te *. ...rl i th ,1 g -r '. eh (io f
all ilih .,ill I. l- i, *ri., ic l t ,i te.lr
ri.Ite> uill ille wia llYiM oni th* norlitih
t.lel,-' f th," hl iiii.r folr lIti iiiinit of $ti ,i iall ('ainl who w ill go to,
t(he' crlit 'lt r'
%i ,rl"'e asi can should accept the


AN AKRON MAN,

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MIL W11.1 IAM F. ITrl ..
) Ir. W' l; im F. tteee, Tl Coburn 81,
A kr'in, Ohio, writr.e
'1I htae been troubled for eeveal
years with cw rr f Me Iat am-eh.
ilave used different patent medliciiee
to no arlt-t whatever, and have doe-
tored crnaiderahle with family doctor.
**Sometlmee his treatment wold re-
ltrte me foe a few week, but iold4
Pe entually hare to go bahk to him, ad
that had kept up for several years.
"I was ardesMd e Pmei and
have taken three bottles. Neer felt
so good na my life. Am going to cuo
tanue sling it. Wouldn't be with*
out it In the house. I wWllwt *l
^m df to a oo ay se atlieted with
catarrh of stomeh, er toahe trouble
of any kiad."
The a.soe e a oftv-epea ed Story,
Troubled for years with ehroute ea.
tarrh. Tried dlffeIst remaedle ad
doctors to m a valL PLerua was a*
tisd by friends. Istoat relief esxp
restred. Great gratitude to Permu
expresed. Thi, ia brief, Is a story
that Is repeated to a a great mea
times every year.
No one sold be tn to uh with e
vast 6orrepodee or e meth
without bei llmpressed withL te ar
*erty and trtahftll of thewe kiad el
oetimoualab.
Perua promptly produees aa app
luW, correts digestlo ad relieves
stomra h diseltit that have re std
other treatment.
*as4ni an Wm l ve.




EAmV Yn FiE

LARGE AND COMMODIOUS BARN
DESTROYED MONDAY NIGHT.

News was received here yesterday
of another dctructlve fire at Camp-
\ill.' which totally destroyed the barn
andi all contents; of the Camp ille
I:rick C('omiilany.
It has l t.vn only a few weeks sluce
thel linm.n.nre .brick plant of this coll-
(-.r'll wtas (td silr',),dc by fire, and It
si ,iiI az if lurk h.s struck them in
rathe-r a hard Way. for the total lol.
on ih.ti. Io ire' ill rvach into sev-
* l l llile li tllnl dollars.
Th. I,,-- ,o f I:al Ibarn. which was a
largeK ai.ld C n(,)jllllOl oi t o-
luilniiz. %ill lprolbally bw about $2.
I,,.,. wit h o .u in'iural nce. The buildiJl g
,rit iif ld all of the harness and wa
g.c lluil.' d Iy ith' company and had
jit twiin Isto'Lkd With all of the oat
\i.ld made lby Mrr. Maullt.ly. besitide,
a1 mlid carload of hay had Just been
illacid In the building.
The f nrct known of the blaze wa-
about 1i o'clock on Monday night
whbni a darkt'y who lives only a short
distance from the place was awakened
by the cracking noise of the fire and
upon I.estllgation it was found that
th.e entire top of the building was la


In littluIi. IIOATI) lAl'.. a blaLze
CnHaOATI aAdeI.r lie at once went to the place and
JOH)N C .M(; VW. Adjulanlt by hard work and with some assist'
ance managed to drive the seventeen
Thel El- itor a ill p i ear copyI head of mules from the pen n the
A Birthday Grting.bullding and sar\e them. but within
Ai latrd.t I- '' rl.rd host rof a shirt ahile it would have been im-
fri Sl td r.-lAd. i. s ij)'.ad a de- o sib,, le to elter the Iplace at all.
ligh util dinner' at te h, ill. of I C lii,~ O ta fire orliiiat.d could not
l .Unulgl i\.lir i tilh. lll h re th It let ried There I i-, l uinurance
Mlan.ius s>al t ht a.r t*1 t an .ui,.i,.ting. aund tee cass Is a
erl' III h ionor of th.ir si.d hitl ., I i Irllll 'i to Mr iau .lt a
b .' Illtli t ii i hltha t oh l',rt- ,'I. I,, I tia I tokir L u likby .
std aite n iulath r. ri i. I tid rthl l.**

j -s. o. el;t Ii icunit. r, l. .1I- 1..0-s I Act Quickli
to,, iarlake lt tlhe toothluui. diiCi, .i asud 'cu mill save >ourelf a lot of
aod dp ll-itli iLvc crean that a Yufr, ri ig utid trtubl, If )ou ha'e a
l,. undelrli. s ihade rea t i l "ud .ln hll-- ,r take- cold Itf ou
lr.d udler tI' .** shade trees in the tI ,clic, iralip or diarrhea don't
)ard. ahelt' It mas uiore pleIaaAt for a il ai Ianitill' Take at once a t*-.
the crowd. sloeiful of P,-rry lavls' Painakller nl
lider J. T Johnson preached a a hall a glass of hot water or milk
erstng sermon fortheor l be t- and on the right road
ery tnteresltini ru r t, quick re-oterty Then you'll cape
casas, concluding with the b)mn. ,.rious illness But you ought to have
"Jesus. ILoer of My Soul" May 0od this tried and proirn remedy on hand
ble a the of aS wIdauhters witl for immediate use Blelg prepared
bl the is half the battle when there's pas to
the prei r ce of their detbd e other due. w N sisn bottles Sc., also i
may amoe birthdaysI They show b)y Ocet aises.
their kind deeds that the) Lhave nt
tort iS the k4ud at ul a mutLer ls't there seo ethbli which only a
rA MlN.ND aLt ad casu o for ye today?


---

WUMED 9MDAY


EDDINS MP. COMPANY SECURE
CONTRACT OR FINISHING.

Work of ,eniodeling and rmnllileting
the I' ulverfty buildings 1llI com
mence at one'. the' contract for the
needed lmpro\leni-nt haring already
been awarded.
The successful bidders on this
work was the Eddins Manifaitilutng
Company of lhi4 city. and th-. %ill
'pul a force of men upol the bhuldilng,
y the finrt of the coming wer.k and
complete, those already erect
ed at the 'ni\ersity grounds.
This contract irnsides for the com-
pletion of Iluckman Hall and It will
require a number of weeks to corn-
pleoe the contract. esldes the car-
penter work. the entire building Is to
be painted and stained ao the Inside.
which will add very materially to the
attractiveness of the present quarters.
Thomas Hall Is also to be repaired
and lalabed up In rttelae style.
Cement boor are to be placed n the
bath rooms, the wall are to be re-
platered and i all the attire buil
lag will be overhauled where It ti
fouad necessary.
This ls ouly the st ast takes by
the Board ot Coarol it better eadlp
ptlag a arrangingl fr tke comfort
of the students t t attend the Ual
versity. and It In beled that work
win eommeuce on the their large
buildMig before the ed of the sm-
mer.
With thlo wort started, the Pederal
buldiag now to prores ad a
scor or mor residence belna work-
ed upoe. ahows tat -business I od
in OGalesile eve durta the du.
est season. of which the merchants
and people generally are very thank-
ful.

THE COOPERATIVE CONTEST.

Beine a Haoues That Are In the
Plan Which Will Isse Vetes.
The handsome planos ard diamond
rlag to be given away In the Co-
Operative Coutest will be the grand-
eat distribution of prises ever offered
In Alachua county.
Partes trading with uay ao the fol-
lowing storeae wll be given one vote
for every penny spent:
Galnesville Furniture Company.
furniture; Phiter & Morris Co., cloth-
ing and furnishings; Gainesville Hard-
ware Co.. plumbing and hardware;
Mrs. F. T. MtcCormick. millinery; W.
M. Johnson. drugs and medliines; L..
C. Smlth. shoes and Jewelry: Mrs. R.
Wilsou. dry goods and notions; Saun-
ders & Earle. groceries and fe.'d
stuffs; City Itakery, bread and pastry.
P. Y Snith. fre..h meats; Crawford
& lDals. livery and sale ,tables; The
Sun. iriiitingK and IpubliAhing; The"
Ilrown loure. meals and edgingg. N
Franclco. Itanana Hou.e, fruits, etc..
Eldlndin Ml. Co.. Illuibr and hulldlna
a.aterial; Standard Fertilizer Co..
f, tiliar.
Votes will be given on all orders
for lob printing at The. Sun office.
and on subscrlptlons as follows:
The Daily Sun.
$ !'2. thrt-e months subscrptlion.
old ,ubhscrll-ers. e*, vote's; new sub-
scribers, 7i10 vote's.
($.S<. |ix mooths' subscrlptioo, old
subscribers. 1.204) otes; new sub-
scrltbwrn, l.'n) votes.
$5. one year's subscription, old sub
scrlers,. 3.500 votes; new aubcrib-
era. 4.500 votes.
For a club of five one-year aubacrlp-
tionas before 12 o'clock noon. Aug
1, 1909), old subscriters. 34.)oo0
votes; new subscribers, 35.000 votes.
For a club of ten slr-months' sub-
criptluions (before 12 o'clock nooa.


Aug. Ii. 1909), old subscribers. 10,0~
votes new subscribers. 35.000 votes.
There i ano limit to the aumlbs r of
club each contestant may secure.
The emi-Weekly Sun.
$1. one year's sub.-ription, bIto
%ot.0.
For a club of Ave one year subacrlp
tions. 5.LO votes.
There is no limit to the number
of clubs each contestant may secure

A little want ad. will eeomplish
big refatas.

Atm FTA
A power be o oea bse se e ASe If
so beg **l ounSf" eet ry AN". a Fe
I&Ir m le te sad es seewo
e U eares fa es feet A-Ls -aw e
beps ow Ce &Os aS.vwellum. bet

rF'" "Jg
as l s e"ei


IUREALTAT WAUO


DR. BORING WILL BUILD NIW
RESIDENCES OON.

Invitatilns Issued to Marriage of Pep
uar Youn Psspls tr
Notes of lnteret.

WALDO. May 25.-Dr. J. M. Boriag
has purchased the Joe. Jones lot aad
the corner lot adjoining, which is dl-
age nally across from the Walo
liouse. and expects to build a real-
.lence on th Mrs. L D. fk.'iler is visiting rela-
tives In M.eridlan, Miss., and will ac-
cotmpany her non. Harry. bome from
school there. Miss elgler Is In
charge of the store meantime.
llelatlhes here of Mrs. A. Jolly of
Orange Heights have beu l.~Ltlng
her, as ahe has bn quite III.
Mr. Wm. Agln and Mrr. Dixie liar-
rite were rece'at(lly lu:rried In Jackwol-
till'e The grom ha btwen in the
eiill. y of the 8. A. La. railway here
for re'vral years and is a brother
of our tourniman. H. M. Agin.
iMrt. I. N. Morris visitetd her son.
eo P. Morris. In Gainesville and re-
turned Saturday.
I II. Fletcher, the baker, is out
agalu after a severe Illaess.
James Case. the oldest man of our
town, is on a visit to relatives la
Hlartford. (Conn.
Mrs. Walter Wills returned to
Tampa Monday after a visit to her
parents. Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Bra-
uing, and to relatives at tarke.
Invitatloan have been ent out to
the any friends of Miss Oracle Belle
Geiger and Mr. Edward William
luKegan to their marriage at the
detbodist church oa June lt. 3:30
p. a. Mis Geiger it one of our most
accomplished and popular young
ladles.
Mrs. M. A. Redd has returned from
a vlslt to her relates tL Jackson-
vlle.
I)r I' I) Hicks returned to Hawk
Intillle. Ua, Sunday, after a visit to
bli parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. Hicks.
and flnlaly.
Mrs. J W. Morgan of tarkle pent
Sunday lth her parents here.
Englnee'r Redgrave returned from
Atlasta and resumed his duties as
the 8. A L
Rev Wm Push married Mr. Morris
and & Ia Puads of Hatehet Creek
last week.
J B. Keasard. J L Neal and C.
White weat oa a sehim eapedietl
oa lake Sa a re a few days ae.
Waldo is pe a t "as resets.


FUR


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in Grewssh. aa y. a vi of
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whes shm gams oeCIo va s w
husand we 0. Ihew.r 0 Wt9 l

i me anm BOO SIM a ou
lady who e is36soft aiNow
S a se *b em, e w # m y vi m
mall b e a U -s
It-Walies.

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aft. owsysry- -m
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PORCH LOCKERS

PORCH RUGS

VUDOR Pooh 8HADEi

HAMMOCKS

CREX and MATTING
RUGS

REFRIGERATORS

OIL STOVE

and beet Wood Stoves ad
Range old in his wetion.
Finest line Whe 8oprwi
Sheets, Towels and Pilow
Cases.

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whe OMtu shm Mcsle u. a
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emgllg bIgm d bers rosebld by Ow
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agagfym o ag t as Important tlli
w"s latedg4 Wby Cash of TaYl. rv-
w" pgigag ol otims and lu.

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Ul FNO--W I diON b ii S lies,.ou. the express umessUer who
Sofft IN& d sh Hout him Iu the band uad arm a fre
Suu S.k slurc- and who wa ouly re
rently rtel-ased from cuttudy in Jack
ont.ll.- and afterward released uu
der h ,ndl for his. a p'l,'arance here at
Mi Tr Cwv- ---I th' lIsext t.rnai f c r rt t. the tmaln
Ilhat bad I. warrant issued charging
M ~dlfh hi wil h atteinrpled uiurde-r
This. ca T will doubtless prir* a
r ir) utneresting one. and wIll be
POR watched ith much Interest

If you deired a clear complealo,
it. .* role)' Orluo lAxatie for con
atildaila and liver trouble as It wil'
stimulate thee organs and thorough
ly cleasa your sytem. uhich ,t
what everyone seeds the spring it
order to te1 weU. J. W McCollun.
A Co. ________

ON wh Uivs ea ft alated rom
io r a atU a el ae mab he prety I as epeeadeat-4he th,
IO? G"O1AD AI R JI'N O 1 d&4. & p the bt e he had veWab
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a-y -"tgot g o o er Ce taPo w tae W the Atite of
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wa cn Me tie m ia per Co Ia rr. .
ln s m eAs tao Tie proioemer by the panm, wutCe B.
pP eui mast. WiTmsoe sdas mnr, arthe noKt
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to r MI The rmite evo- sa*telet 1e-th of time, they will
SUgg s I& e the i aool esoe !mMt s papes t Ohpt to be orect-





to res -mo les *in rtl- ao-ts ties. The iamed "Kratt" was a-
i"&- o he pat taWt it gmM rely o tse streityh, whelee having -
be &se doao is the 4M benm hetpel by t o very favorable trepr






1e Ivfe4ga-d dral-e joett *o A lde by the cUlted States Burea
SWe ta l Tor Wet ver to a wstealer tau otsern








of Mal--B hto alway beooe -a eppo mak of similar grades iubmltted
OM f Od.alal, e ease i ted faroB other ateri al.a
_._lbf. -fad M rame u tg ofa All of the dram of are Bno l Pc-
,er CoA t in).















iem By Urir re Isot tily plato sad eats from the same are to
0mia g 4 by r Gover @e T of hedpraOte e tsrverpl, o withBin
is r a o t* "per *or P very h llam*ort wile TM Baers weill ow
ItMr hart It tever rwy pale Lsge special Promotern' atd oa
Sti dr Work tham a *y other holnas the rads of paper ntd alo
to I. The wee tom Ldtee eved avertisoaN Galesvb tie, very sill
w u --- m the X Ho w o mamd W bsy on the complete #organia-







ms the t Coat mt wald r hey wet ntal strntann h r. a
e aIt dovito Prt Myr toa the Catloo The matter for ta puorble rrto
The uS appo& I te to ivst ia detail the rIrt and expert Bument
Stbo of Standards, which stated that It






a the L-e ACyhem t Chatta or the Govern ment SonWertann there
o l-bw alays bs epa o.make of simaIlar grades subnmtted






haobe ha ly cpled It work. b anfarture of pk ote r te from te pine.
It os uldeood tat there is really eside. the dr erawi e are byo -
Ittlo that will oe ta the least ea product that will be obtained from







tioMl ta the report, as condltioa are the maaufacture, such as tar. oil
I ermatood to have byme formund very nd tu thine engraver within
^od Murb adv,.trltlng lpar' hao already
NI mSd. Wb pS bmp.o narv % very short while The Sun wil Is-






t....l -- wtmi-n tkeveryn for in this o m cla'al edition,
Sah f Thl uno a tllhd at anyer howi th es o paper ad aso
memma. They wes to ma radve Avertising GainesvIlle In a very sub
an thw s t Comet emmaL They went itttlaIa wanner.
at down to crtify to thet all C d oo T he matter of thryis publication is
rsaathee.r tur.y oin repared and it cell printe
Th o's Me y appointed To lel to- ie detail te report and epe to riment





re the Isae eaor oylM t Cha,- of the Gover' ent controceng the
bohelbehas oarly completed Its work. manufacture of paper from the pine.
It 1s Understood that there Is really t t" i'lesai h p r. there are by.




lttle hatll b th lea s aad purvents try. t ll b btaed om






trns s Iuine l HAD LCC:< ARRESTED.
tl oleow party J. W. McCoditose the manufacture, such as t ar oil
nr to ave been foud very and turilnt n.or
t IrbM a Wedvdrti'n Dajye ha tanr:d





S----i ---- w. .J. IKetr or Witlco. silcmatl dt

PTRAaUMrd. PLOfIOA. T.d surrhant of thaI plai, ois amns
ae uh visitors tu o the city. havl coe
Iles oe and0o Tswfalls u" iter tto a carrast thi gh wai
W r heal theln sftor hp arrpret.t




*~ U~g WL- u..ud for his arrest.


MAI OF CONTROL

I) MM SESSION

AUDIT AM APPROVE ILL OF
THE STATE UNIVEMTY.

Se o Tht We k is Se ft Coe

mais Iem Ii A62 --


The State Board of Control bld a
bustsess seaslos here Meaday at
whih the resalar uditing of bills
and other matter came ap for at.
ention.
The members pre t oN this oces
soin were N. P. L'r.--E. Ja.:: ct;..
chairman; g. L Wartmaa, Citra; P.
K. Toage Penacoa and Serretary
Pro Ten 0. Campbell of Tallabha
see. who Is acting for Seeretary Kel
lum while be is attending to hIs de-
Ities at the seasoio of the Lgislature.
S besides attendlng the regular rou
Utse business of the board the meb
ber are here for the purpose of be-
In; present at the commenceaest ox-
erise and to took over the grounds
and buildings with a view to com-
menucla operationI at some time In


he near future.
While the board Is non-committal.
It I, generally believed that :.
vIll commence ole-ration s A d ,:
fuLds are avtliableh, aid Judgsln from
1 remark made by one of them to
I Sun rCJepCrtr Monday it In thought
that among the first buildings con-
structed will be the administration
and sclence building. both of which
are very badly needed at the pres-
ent time. This member of the com-
mittee stated that the main building
of the Deaf and Dumb Institute at St.
Augustine is well under way and
everything is favorable for Its early
-" 111'fl t i, I.
Following the exerioes- here tlje
board will leave for Tallahasae to
be present at the College for Women
for the aext few days.

If you want to feel well, look well
and be well, take Foley's Kidney
Remedy. It tones up the kidueyr and
bladder. purifies the blood and re
tore health and strength. Pleasant
t' take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today? J.
S'. McCollum & Co.
It Its worth more to someone else
,han to you-no matter what It lI-
s want ad. will be a good investment

Many Ills come from Impure blood.
(ai't haiS. pure blood with faulty dl
,etltion. lazy liver and siugish bow
elf. Itlrdiwik ltiM(wt Itittere strength
etIn stomach. boweli and liver, and
purifee the hblod.


THE NEW HAT SHOP
(0 pov:tt Brown H m,.e


EVE'I YTHI ; NNIEW

LATEST FAS IONS()


C'ORICE( STYLES


('all aroillsl and see how far
just a little mouey will
go with us.


MIL m. JATEIM
The Place to kive Money.


U -


1 *AI51IWLI EL. MAY 27, 1t


roncwosrRa O Mo O TAEIL
Is tih CItreu Court. Irbeb JM'dtetA :
Amao--s O-ty. nlo--lw ba
T esedls T sw-s vL J. J
Jr et l.-F0-eloMre O MfoMtNae.f
It *|appw, by a vfl-t s11ade- to
el t* 'the, we a eta.m ral ths t th .
PfR ". Jr d J. r Graddy. eefo teeb
* Ittbwel I sorted are sPIM reMesetC of
o4*po ef Fleo*M. ard are Iause as iof
*Uarent GeIewta. the said J.J Pariah Jr.
elih to Ade. Cie*ta. saad Jr VOrs IYtI
rrratie of l orf. Oemi s. *ad *re boh
tM se .o tw*styse yer~ tLha thbee i
person the state aspe whoim servI e
eublsmae woM btmm .nee defeodal&t. k
shwrw e ired at id o il
*defem* be al the e herebym req:
PPear o to Ibe" I Oelst aI Se ls
se o aor before MIarda. be Tk b the a
*ire. A. D. It* otherwie the *7De
Us of ms4 IwilU be aheo ma eoar'edm W
"ad deedesasI&1
Is Ia urnbr ordered that this Eter be rat-
labtel oee a week f..r aee e.4 s ectuw
wee In The GaOl elle Su. a ewmD p l
tbSilbed Is -d .,as ty sad beute
TUbo Apitl tIt &I.
L. H WIEGKNCE. Clerk Circutt Ccurs
A tre eoo.. of oqidlal.
!'sml1 j p W'1.Nt;S loe k CIrcwt C(our
T 1 LU-. Ja. H.e'r for Cromatnan
BILL ro M'UB('.L
Ia te CIruit Caon. lrbtb Jubit-! ('reult
Al-'ebh Coousr. I'aemtr-i ctbsb-ety-
J Iloshm De I v LAurIa Keller eU1-
Oror e0 PubiatIkam. iBU1 or Divoren
Sr sad o tnte Mrm
soe Wm tbe *b" fed -*M that LAurer
Keler Del. tie elferrodiat S rt iarmd. Isa
am-romastt o( tae g tat of Feorila. utIs ti
3if Gervehs ard ihs tbee I* a, ye Mto iN
tie %lt& of urda it esern, re of a mebpoel
w whom wosid bt d M defehtat. sad
the otIs oqe the "M of twTM w O YSK
It to h artoa ordered that si s f rride
fereat be ad ber I her by resalred t
* r sebhe a1 of Ce rial tS W a ;a
em as or before M-osda. the 7tb e
t Jfe. A. D "M otbewteise the aUWe
to of WI bi lil be i as oafotam
by 60FrOdt.S
I Iset tober orer that iow er hbe Pa
tibet oce a week for tor oi eoerutlrv
wasb Ie The UCamrine Sea. a Bwv
pB- I-bMabledd I Maid umstyj mad Stte
TblBM,yb MMk.o
I. U. WItJm.i Clerk Circuit Court
StrMe ey. CKfR. c .
I sel b. H. Wl1u i ('Cwrk Cireuli (our
frrM (crHU r :KF 1) (*
wa.. UOWmuo eanelossr lur Cramplutaitl.
rOTIC< Or APPLICATION FOR TA
DED t'XDMR ACTION is Or CHAPTI
I*. LAWS or FUUIDA.
NosJee is hereby tam that C t rerrusc.
puree dr of Ta Certileate N o. 947 c. d
fte Itb dar of AWpr. A. D. I*l.
hau adM Mi eartieate ti my otee.
sbd be made aVplcatUus for tax de-d t, a-
e hs aeonrdlaoe wit law. Sliad oertl lat
emtares the followlir dier-bed ,roulcrtY
ld'atost vi A'-#hr county Florida. twlt
Lk of Ltt iA 'ibtle') 'm AdditdCam to MicaL'Ty
3ho,' sAd Ila% .ick, g ame-imd *t ta th dAte rt
tbe LaMnr-c of eluch certlt.cate I the bLa.*
of J. Kelloub.
Unlesa maid ort se s all be redeemed ae
oordlnf to law. tax deed wi tlesm therees os
U d =day of June. 4. D. It u.
WiteM ml o oitJ m Idature and wal1 thi
Ilb lL day of M. ) .A D 1.I9.
P. M. WIN(;Fb
o4 Clerk Cireuit Court A lahus C'.. ra
Bry M. S ( 'HIVES. D. C
IMFICI Or APPLICATION roR TAX
UL L'NDEI R 1TUION $ Or CMAIPrT.
4M. LAWb or FIORIDA.
Notice oi hereby Irtves Uil E Cnnsor.
purelsar of Ta C en Wo at dated
Uhe 4tb day of Meptema A L 1. bae eed
mid reftiSeu ts as em ote. ad ba made aW
pleatlos for tar deed to hio ta eordae
lt&b ;,w Ita eortllCcae klbiore the fol
ow lao desertbed troperts tated Ns ta Alashus
oou ty. hrkrltd. towiL.
'.o% of sb he 1. I TP. P.. IL -4 eoCre.
TI* 6 ad uad bs meed--dat thedatef
Lbe lmae. of semb serUtlea I **e sa w of
Mltrs(< H Dobb0.
VUIwn awm ccrtloate shall be red emed ac
corlIng to !aw. tax do" wil ias-- Wberua os
theb day of Ju o. A. &A
Wituas my one al luare ad meal t
be a tIyr of May. A. D 0
I. H. WItEGES.
Pd Cler Ote's r'own AItkim 0'r #v '
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..Civil E|Ller sad Surveyor.
iRALU U IEAL ESTATE
Prwtp aUt9U1m to ll bMususe.
01e, d. dios r w erh f& Thrasher's
ee. P.O 0. Mm US Galnaeville. ie.


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IUSL AWiLfltrI
L NEiPPt OALL
I'ader and by rte of a
twm ltsed oat of the Cirrt t
Light Judicial Circuit of
od for Al ebua county. and4
to all and sngular th hr Ibe rlll
rtate of Florida. I. P. 0. A
bheriff of Alachu cowintiv.
habe v~le4d upon am d IIl *1ell
the ronrt bou%. door. In tho.t
(Ganl-llle. Alaelija roui --

W I ::I. -v 1i. ; : '* t
S : t .* i .'... '-

** t '* >: 4 :1 A
.. ,:nt lit',rida. towit
Th Northbwet quarter of *he
o .-t quarter and tbh Sauthuest
* uf the Northwest qunrttr of
"' Townshlp I"o. Range IT.
Together with all and oingular
teeemants. bereditamnt and a
tenancy to the snaa b-wginoang
anywise appfrtalnlnr.
Said above described rI' mpr
lag levied upon as t h proIfg
T. R. Pickett to satisfy said 01xe
In favor of The Dutton Bank
against T. R. Pickett.
P. O. RAMSEY.
Sheriff of Alaehua County. fl
W. &. BROOM.
Attorney for Plaintiff


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TrlKE AINETVILLE mUn. MAY 27. 1909 7


ALL WHEELS STOPPED



ON GEORGIA RAILROAD


Colete fe-Up Souay and t Striith Finm

Watt for Ralrced Company to Act.

AUGUSTA. Ga.. Ma Th,' (..or 1 : 4 T' r fn *'r. tlh. n art,
gla Railroad was cr nil !. ti. "*. i :' '* p :A 'r"jui a' o I i, t ring r1
,la t night. The nlm aiit;:r, u' I< ii 'l I ,. 't *u- \:1ti('.1/. t i I *i 1.* I .;* > .


try to move trains. Iti ; ariir.: iii
Ing that It has the In. n th. i11n'11.
and the ,til lpnent to I r d Iatanl will
do so w hi n th. oSlat.- "iijiw', w .- r-..idl
to irote.'t It plrolp'rty .inl niloy, ..
The strikers are mtjndlig pI:t. The v
a..ert that they have Inot ben- anil
sill not be lartles to any violence.
Sympathizers with the strikers. It Is
ret out. have done all the hurt that
ha* been dvne.
General Manager Thomas K. Scott
last night made the announcement
that '"n, trains are moving." Gover-
nor Hoke 8mith wired the sheriff of
.lcDuffle county to co-olwrate with
the municipal authorities and to sum-
mon all deputies necessary to protect
ife and property. It is In this coun-
ty that Thomson in located and It
Is at Thomson that the crowd issued
their ultimatum Friday night that no
trains should pass carrying either
non-union or negro fremen. Gover-
nor Smith has also asked the sheriff
there to keep him fully advised of
the situation.
PreaiMt Shipments Hunted.
The Governor has also wired the
sheriffs of Rocadale and DeKalb
counties, giving them Information
' ** nsg'e;'rs claim to have been
rocked at Conyers and Lithonia and
urging upon them prompt nationn fir
the protection of the railroad's em-
ployes and pr't)crty.
Prom the offices of the Georgia
Railroad here last night It was an-
nounced that all freight accumulated
at Atlanta for Augusta and points
beyond will be nmo'.d l y the. ('.*-tr:.
and Seatoard. The (;-.Grgia rtid
freight btalton here' v.i;l Le, ole'n to-
day for delivery of freight to )cm-
*s&nee,. but hlpprs arer rqtiueite' to withhold all shllniimts uni':il furth-
er notice. After thus admitting hi,\
conll lete it tlhe tit'-il, t!,i r,.i! *. '
Th.- ;, )I 1a l i .ntl i. o:llttii'.
nothing that offer r I r.ini-' < ,es,ir':
re-uinplleloni "
The ;Geo,rLia IRailroad i" 171 niilh-
lonig frol l| .1lita to f.m.' i.-ta. all'
hrai(lit's at ('mak to lMacon. at
ltarn.I-t Ito \'W a hiiitroni. at I i'!I
Point to \\ iite' P'la1ns1 andl a';-1, '

l i ai -tlo k ( )c: ill Ns .I I I- I. .,.
il>,..t'lt 1 I i ti,. ,.,ti-i'- ,. ,'. N h-
%ill. ITK. I --. Th Atlinit, '' a l ;.:
I- jint .- It ei0ipl o 2 l to
"2.,t n1 IenI, 4'4 1 1 of i hoin a n.-r : i i,
train n i '' It. la.t ;. a. ,
roll v ;' *

Foremen Stand Pat.
A. '(;VSTA.;.>. M.\ay ;'-I T .-rik
i114 ti"eir li t' h1 .\ it, -re! itl) noi lN -
,ottathie \i lr,.-vlc'llt K ,d.II.y
ftat.l la-t I til t. t l. s o far a.i h'
'v a- h,.hl .* ral;.' bul t w.s t tI
mifthlol t,.ll fl i Sa t ,r A (iie.f-ti r, of Ithe .' al org ,Lia,:n )this
,A..* held .a tIerlav.b. lut ittl .*-, th .
i,'Kiular nil.tIlal ( e4 ai) liM11 "I little s l I
fi,.. l.odg. a"'nd the. trik.'' as dis.
" **'+ed only incide-ntally
Thi- fire'n ,'ii atre S-iniple,! awaltingK d.-




TELEPHONE





Covers the mouth to Brooks-
'vitl; ea~t t (kala an, ie-
joeia; west to asuwsanee Ki-
ver; n,)rth to Alar:,na. litsl*
and Worthiniton lprj-.',
('iaz K*y, sansi a. ..termld-

OW. H, PHOIPIATE MINFJ,
8TILLS. tiAW-MII.I> and FARMI'
Memage aad ASwef
lor One Prn *


b ldUS SdlE


-, u t : i i ;i L ;1 zi n -tr i;l .
S\\'<' n.*in .) t '' ln r.ilr,,itl
':;iz.' *r \ :!*". ', r I'* .11." dt cl.:r-
I V I i,'. ,I t K ,;! A flremnlln is reilirted to hn,., hbetn
>k'i fr.'mi a mit h ngilne in tlihe
(.P'or:. Rallr-xtd ya.l'd ye-terrdIv
Straggling crowds gathered at the I'
Ion Station every time a Oeorgia
train was due to arrive or depart, but
as there was nothing moving o the
line they soon disappeared.

Datestive Seorve As Fireaten.
ATHENS, Ga.. May 24.-After Sat
urday night's experience In which sev.
oral men were hrt by the throwing
of rocks at Will Williamson. a white
ireassn on a Georgia train, every.
thing is qriet now.
A Georgia train made the trip to
Union Point Sunday moraani and
returned but did not so out In the af-
ternoon. the engineer deeming it a n
safe. Williamson quit his Job and
two detectves fired the englwe.

One eoorgia Train Reashes MN.a
MACON. Ga., May 24.-Only one
train over the Georgia road entered
Macon yesterday and no train was
operated out The lacoming train
due shortly after eleven reached here
after four In the afternoon.
Strikers at this point remain in ab-
solute quiet and there is no apparent
Inclination to ralse a disturbance.

A Smile
Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish
when you're blue, billous and out of
sorta. There Is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver complaint.
constilation and dyieplsia. BRJ-
lard's Herbine Is mild, yet absolutely
;,.ff.(.tie in all cases. Price 50 cents
opr bottle. Sold by W. 3. Johuson.

E-::r.trl? cf Oratcry.

l.' ted "
"I "11' *4' .MI>< hIve r++:r-d ihlh I .co,,ir
:ir u. n ",!, i'i .. '. .. "i r:i tk- ""
'"N I ii 'i't :'cn upi tli:t li:rt of
It. lint I ih'te m'l.t ld illy anet-dot.s."
-Wit%!i ngton Star.


RICH RED BLOOD


Means Rosy Cheeks, Clear Complex-
son, Bright Eyes and Plenty
of Energy.

Wha, hat .1. rich. re 4 Id tci isle'. is
It uswaui. lr.kina,. % itAlit)y d IItoIIi t llt5 5.
lp'rsiroutcyiC. aud v' ry-
thing worth llsig for.
loo? oIi (s cas Isa rith. rods I ltxxl,
J( aeisr d 1, im'ts i il 5. ilsls (.-I. and
% esar dfigy-.-tsa I t rtaill m llijerfo' I
It 'I l m11 .1%Ie'- !-4)1 11 t ,I 1 i 1'"!). i 1.ji 1a-t
II iiissetllI. luiiisitit 14ad l aid tt#.r 'is
booia'!siLti of gwsa aid nt-r'oosi uirtert
14f.. i .'a ls I tI4. 4.04.*- ( 1 of lislil
g'(ci. .1las lsiut Iis~t'? tilms's th.' c(I *'.it
Ia. affee trd
If ) ou ha4is. nidigt -l ion or aia) s'I.it
tom lS of b14i15('Ia dibtr#'Ms or algony,
J. W. eCollumx & Co. will s4ll you
a llghty good reiwed) for O cents.
said guarasit. It to curt ,cr DIome)

1 he' re~ined'l LI. called c I 54ll, as I'
jetiw *',ful. reotmiM? rs(-atI I beloll i)s
thtl o r esl15'h I lt Ilt- l ot 1 I t(Ioif rt. ''
osi. It 141114 U. galit]
;,III, nvwlift- and eviaerg% Into ill*
n..ita It.sol eiiaci I it sfe dma' It1
r t il r ,) %sig ti f .AU'*' If .t" t


V \ Ir J sll'' L i'' I i ts\cvll c
It 5 iisll omie.'to I'. I tuS)-ll

Mu' s is iould W- Iadi;S druggisiti
a t .* urtou II Amserica's. id bU),
j W It-(,(Jllunls & CU ill aint'-islile.
for 'Pooetat abuz





Ca~e MAN k 'I 20 asy wk I
tet.hi ab. Cuofmpit.W i a I
'-0l Ug~~g~Me~j~ U alii


FAMILY CURE OF


SKIN TROUBLES

Two Little Girl had Ecma Very
dly-lIn One Cae Chils Hair
C=U Out nd Left SI Patches
Father's Hed Son from Child-
ood In All Thee Cases


CUTICURA MET WITH
ITS USUAL SUCCESS
S
"I have two little gi wh o haw Iwv
trouldl Wry badly with* ernema. One
rf them had it ca her owner lihmt. I
did everrthina that I cnuld hbar i4f ftr
brr. but It dtd l iTe in until wa
weather when it srmlugy *liided.
Thr nlRt winter when it biane rid
wvtv r the r started gain and
also in her hWd where it would take the
akr out and leave ha, pfbr as lare
sa a quarter of a -doM. At the nae
tim barmu we som the wbhol
gth oft thea. I tk hr to a phy-
c ma and be mid that se had two
witb hm Ior ewmel 1s and the
Cbid w wirs amr1 othe "e. Mer
sas jr' arm sema oabod Is te
same way. My humbmid ase boo*
day wthL a bot of Cuterna Oit-
=: :d -b of Cudes ._
Iet 'I g tbaet undstelrao. I
PU-and by th tema taae ooMid kt was
ised tther Ctsi was fmt d soan as
a ed anto bea bas -ar the winter.
Z p thie Ce r bSroap ad Call-
whmy Ny taltNsop a-br utatism

has umsd thm withk met .mse~
st Asfor aare a ha it"hbw -
ird binm hm eidho*d. nU m hIIar
bakr Arab, M.M Snp2. a, eas.

COtenu Olatmeit Is er the met
mes e smdi# fAor uturtg. dlI
ad eu e hi t of dheo im ad M.I
Ciu-..l of1 hair. dofeats.elh
nod um. er udd. hI pune
tof wh a alta im niw i pre-
ad by a IM both Co'n













FIVE PUPILS AWAROO DIPLIMAS
S by 0 l doles of







IFOR COMPLETING COURSE.
uPrforsr anc by Gainatillt Vaudi-
vi0ll Co. prGood--New lad soin
soo aqm w w, two oh .u eo ua






CLOSED FU SASON

FIVE PUPILS AWARDED DIPLIMAS
FOR COMPLETING COURSE.

Performance by Gainesville Vaude-
ville Co. Good-Now Bulines


Enterprises to Be Started.


MI('ANOIY. May 21. Tihe Mica
:i,,i,. .1i3iorii Hligh 'School l'iur. I* '111
Th. follow ing pluplie were awarded
dilplomani for haviIn completed the
J unilir (cour:.: Grace. Hollow ay.
Anlita Thrua-lsr. lonli Thrauhhr. ('lar-
1i \'aki.km- and John I-arr Watkins.
ThI. prinvi'la.l. Miso ('olllu,. left for
%\a'tro)-.. ;Ga on Friday .Mlis r.rai-.
I'oeKK. tht tfirt a.- l-tai t., aill sir'nd
thI-. iuniler itn the' as.t.
The childr,.ln all v'ceiu glad to hi*
out of tchool ag.iltl
Ti'h (;aine.n IIIh \Vaud(t lle Com-
, ::. Ka" pje'rfriormanlte at Feaster'.i
li.all cij TLhursdla. siitlt. Quite a
trowd war out to r** thI- lt o), al.d
all -t*,'o'il l i<, fi'joly t het-I.ll iv W\ '
lhole- tlhe, s*ill (M(1 o"n- agaili.
Dr .EldwIu i tchlatser was In tow
Sa1 urdnav
The Mlicanoly Ilpruuts" meat up
io Ilai\ ih i ;- t i ainesvi 'le udml" Friday
\\, hIar the "Sdlroul" 'showed the
liudJ' how t o Ilay ball.
Mr (.srltroii. brick building In
showing up pretty weill. It will he
r'adt fIor ow' \\'ihu ',icoilvted It mlll one of
the iasilh t bulldlun IIn town.
WitLh c.lec(rio light* a c.trlaluty. a
bottling works li,-arly re-ad> for busl
Icr. an l 1- plant comlilg. we art-
,KloUliilng to f,-l like- *so caln plut on
a (f,.w tit> alrh a littLle ld-tr o1n
A taolilsiletl walled upon the offl
lial otf thle Atlantitc ('oat IJneu In
Jacksosnli\il last we.-k tI', e if the
trains known a. No V and 14 couldn't
le run Into Micanopy The olficiale
-er.u willing to do tbhi if things
cau be arranged satisfactory to the
Iran portal tlo department.
The standard Oil Coampany sl p t-
paring to build a tlak here near the
Coast Use depot
J P O'DeU Is bhoe1 aaa afJte a
few days oa the r ed.
Misar IPriee aad Baldwia of Mc-
lotueb are litltiag here for a few


an s. AFTER
TAKE SB ACTIN



FIR UNDAV. SU FFERN



xtinouihehd With the Ch mi.
"I rnol"e.
wed by Lyfta EL Ple
The City Council should take sonic a.r SVeet.kCo. o.PiM
action rewarding the old laundry MlauelM. WIa -" L a K. Pha.
building *(ich was partially burned hlm'saV Hi Compo bat made
and have It torn away. as It oerrms ai *I 11 womau e
isd I Mild M*o kt
to be bothering someone a great deal A It twoeAwuItorZ
in Its present state. oflt. I I rel
sunday morning at about 4 o'klork S
it was discovered to be on Are soar y hi
the noter of the building a sa f thee b deotern
is no doubt that this oa the work A *t*
of Incendiaries. for there was no or .l I bdai
casnio to have any bre about thel
building at all sla e It was r -
h*'ornd. ties LSfl. Iwtnla
In Mt prneot shar s It Is B I e maea wa I A if ua -n-i
nore and the owner of the fram-l-no Ia
should be rolred to tear It away
and stop this aet"aM of the party who __ __
It evMeotlty oetormld to have It
placed out of the way. *
This Is tot the oly ba ama that-
bas beoe trodl a this Tielsty. S5ed
oame stage athod -alMe he takes to
watch out for the elprit and arret S
them for Ith Ois oase, whleIs i a s-
am ne. A aetrees dre to tblotl
1=m11ode terrnltory wold stal a hm3 a
reat loes to a hmI somber atf pee
_ ... _.. _,_ _._ ,~ il


Only the two eteleal egula woer
rMnird to eatingalo the bn, Ir
nght poue s oi time to ameba,
the reamea. Who are elated y a
few feet distant.
-jra-
days.
W. L. Abstea las oed IMto hi
now hoa Jt oppooai tOh Tuaaw
Ia HoteL
Mr. aid Mnr. J. W. Chambrtn of
Tacoma were in tonw trtry.


PrefbaW the rtsr mr r aw: NUw
OWL the ims PPGMb I" may
can& Clanft Fe ismb 9buL t
In AM. DeftWWamed UbFAO
an .Iattrn Rof teed.
hr--ra krI


The bem of t ood eom
AB the eaxpurimet of the Govee
mdnt food esprts uad the athlis
tnaise of Yat U*llva*ity pope I
that coMaW eaten mueO tho strojea g
wad heaithiest. Ooue ots tDZNTIST
t tlw bad of tho lt of ceala food
It is not only tbhe bet food, but Mst
tha chaeapet food onh earth. Pae- a FB I* M n ow
is tiu it wil keep met andfr e toU od t o o b
an-wbweaWa efinily. hutl W k r;t a my o M u W*

The Altrnative. O
'It the window had been eight ste t i : : : : :
from the ground," posted the Jyur:
wife. "Instead of eight storl<:. I' .
hare thrown- myself ,out when ryn O WAu
quarreled with in:e ThW-n yu'd barve
had to lie sweet to nwbme nbYoa yetA I A -hiUS KL Euirm
phk0t h e I'* f vr alleni|tll
saldkle. t Pae 4 V. Jul t to le I.etIt.
whe. tey .,o.isua. ..'.-" raham Building, East Mail
"Ye' ." s id lle. *" It ,,: n: !' reeta.ort PI- 4 -e l
don't e'mne to,. rn etieiit-r New Yrt+ street, North. Phoie 51
I o&-


E% or.ybodis' friend -Dr. Thima*.
Electric Oil. Curvis toothache. ear-
At-he- iwr throat. fie-0,4 cutte, brulses,


The Best Advle.
If ari- l srl. -iMi.,*t tI., Il, t.-w.w~.
!l'a ich iri .:.ii- ~irtsul.' A4lokat'.94
i' *- I. i Vl 1 1 0 e s1 4 .i1 iii Li t .
Lt'l It WII Ik- I. i ikd I d .ye


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ULae AvrItt, Newberry
Amul IvOllk. Arrnondo
Emams Williams. trmtoa.
Jewelt Italey. Hague....
Clea PcLkett, Newberry..
Gertrude Oulm. Hagmu..
Ada Peare. Newherry ..
Mabel I rwett. Iarro-o.
I.uia Gay.. iell .. .
A. ironff. .\euhril
'-..:i, Akinl. .rl ,. i
I.sittl r. .;tl. N : |
MintI*' 'i. I A ,la htuA
Pearl Mclwod. Alilimua..
M. N. Ranch* z. .N- l rry
I f. Parkrer. Ia('r,. ..


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Kr& J. L8 Ice af MOe hprtae ear-
rtved I teWfty yesauraay s a &bwt
#UK-- to --dvea
al W. mP. Cay pe d



sMer pwo d opal- *bo vWaie s

be el atives.

I" oB aSd kby W. U. J rasm.
sor A A N" slaad. n 4 a-


e.i" alredve tim l ety pyeosw ty.
WNW- 11, ftaad ww, W. P. Mainew s wase eof
!W'ri. se ip", dL om et acept a *o
1Ib W.isn rrieAds N ais the t e


OrL tee o0 AvpuMhe- w e e a

S Wuuua aSl a n Me area.






M e of 1 ert mame wa n
V" -~m Oa& Un ty Man r et rW Hase
omwng emto is hrherym drye Mi




3. WA.to (Mams i t a. na t-e
--..- j e d a tw a oF.e wi e vilt
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m gm mas h e b p os re 1



rh o fA -Mtea.U e ese u
ft* N. t a a ia. uIs seep4r tehat
e Im WMGo d"m ,b ea b. o
veryWOis fs swas aMet ete a tn e


S a 4d Ia hey r ave bter o

h &m 6 no 0lewet mai s,




-mrm 'w n M ^ iar lor th be bond-
s eat wes rises oo the l e te a
A ofnTesthmmt sts it wan a


f"toW. C. Boul. left yesterday for In-
m.c and w a se teht place i r










____ _bo Iia o m aI C. wr. aa Mgat, A. a eates wave
h s.wBe he awsi ft hmercant oIf Arcer. wa getin b
m heamed. frbeInd in e the city yesterday. He
adthe at Archer is experiencing


S. M Trace of einte wm b in
h oB Mr.U....... d Is city yesterday Mr. Gtrapue has
SK rure from ae two wuks visit
a po ~s n G 4 a aksoI and reportshay






e a.e rv ",s had a ver plea att Jung
II*A mmn W aitolrsa aI rel a-






om.M Imr dat e isto Gaovl" o. W
rusU. u U.u.Bai at the a le fhteyesterday.te ofe
S ms. s w o I U I L alesag Id wpri ng mere visu itora tp ille
A WPMst hoa btsfors ita )ea"ttday. They hae about suuate





dewa of saarrane nto b for the bond
l r. d.l te fy y 1 t rnd thInk theory e d. succe hIfu i
Iet m fI 4ag everyth at readyr to Ielwrite





A w*mi a ih a a" 1 bet few tair s ad w einth in t esat few )ai.

o n id. for t dme be akins eevroe their home




me t hde gatlo tway i the Wter the pat few weeks, d ae ye.v
to n sfor ein eora va d whior s ate




d WOthO y wril maon th eir uture home.




S. U. b wet O tewherrv. me of therv A B wandcommuG.d w the
dwas tr MiJ8g blon i a taines- One imevIUe IP rlture Company while
w le me ats thIt etrday. They aveabout co





ad a ge imee day lat week.rs. M I a tLmpin, who ha
What merek fU be hiAhly esem t ben ie the city for o the bondSr
. tae i Uf to as sth ad thisink t her ister. Mrsucc N We lls.sful in
S ts in Notlg everytn ll, returdy d to her






growing aorp.evtta.r s wit.i the.n edt'fewr day s.
di. ad Ms. ha. "a. w Vie rhmr. and Mrs. A. L.Todd.swtr o have
1 "he havdeforaied the cCwas helre for the ekrPoe of attend
Sto be gives away rIndW the snletsfKentck. sa





Stte t' verBl tyKI it tcry ,atl l
S1 Murphren m to rktove to t hi JI ma el irl t w -ar home.r








L ILOfto l .1w. lmla cnnecte he.lll mold son tlualle fdr






5stiidtl t fto-l s d. I M,.ds ,l ai iur,
W. W. reiger of Mam'anopy was
tp ee lal rh e ciy fr I I, tte ps t. : ral, r











here )~aterds). lie atea that ter) ays Iisitlas hef 5 ter. Mrs. i Whls
Ilit rin las tall* i lo h .i-atIJ ht o her
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a rd it" 'rops A A.re M rY u 'u ris e fr eo d
,ieLmns am id c.Mi(ulU will COa .a I. I llt mler h ,arm ,n.. .
eC itwt a Iort b* ad tu mo .t. O *r:


stat her saWer. Mis Rosabel. and
*fad tOe W a er faent exerctiev
o* Cean r OeColee. of which the lat-
ter a student. Miss Wimalfred
win -sped sveal weeks n that see-
tlik. whie her er slr will return to
her hbme here.
Pon 1b s Af3m:
Mim B-a btea- of Waldo was
ameug the peppers i the eity ye
lerday.
Mima me mpss left yesterday
Sfor a ahbrt v-is to frleaod ad ret
tltve at Mlm- r.
T. L Ca me of th e graduatlg
seats ao t te Mt ter of the ltal-
ersity w- here yesterday.
L. IL n al a promiser t farmer
a the AlJ-m aectis was tras set-
Iu be-lias s the ty yesterday.
Bora to Mr. mad Mrs. Mebey Tay-
lor. a ke, hoy. wchk arrived Te-
day. B meathber ad child are re-
parcd s d ndly.
M Ima Ouys MuParltad left yew
mday tr Dk Ola. where she will
Jsle her -a r. who is vittin her
"n4nwr, Dr. J. H. JavIs.
Dr. EMppa d, p roes of mathe
Masters L the Jalveory. has gene to
'e Nedthweat to apend the summer
but wi -a here Is the falL
Dr. I R at, pLlmor eof chi
ttry at the Uverasty, left yester-
ay Iar the eanal -ae sl Pauama.
o wUl be mae of the urageoa s the
empeta at Ceoal
Mrs. apa ot Citra was the cety
Ier a low hbars yesterday, the I.at
qi Mrs. J. P. HI. She wasu a route
SNew Tork State, where she will
sped the summer.
Miss Bmelah Gashol who has beea
pemadsleag the P tea days here a
the ~gat of the Lamly of M. Crews.
at the Maperimeat Statiom. returned
to her bome yesterday.
Mm. Jee Hoga of St. Petersur
arrived in the city yesterday and will
sped the ext several days here v-
ttln her mother. Mrs. S. M. Wither-
spoa. and their relatives.
Misses Iabel and Rebecca Padgett
left yesterday for Uloversvllle, N. Y..
and after a few weeks epeat there
win proceed to the Adrioadacks
Mountalus to sped the summer.
R. 8. Bradley of Wacaboota was in
the city yesterday. He states that
the people of his section have enjoyed
fne rains during the pat week and
hat t s a a grt-at stimulant to the
growlirg ro ip
8. M. Davis. of the firm of Davis &
Oliver. will leave today for the mark-
ets of Tennessee and Kentucky. Be-
fore returnnlg he will select a carload
of fancy stock for the local market.
which is one of the best in the State.
John 0. White of Newberry was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He is
engaged In the jewelry business at
that polat and also carries a line of
house furalshin., and states that
,u-lness is tvery Xgrxd for this saasjon
, thbe year.
On account of the rain yesterday
afternoon the May Day Festival and
aby show was postponed until Prti
day afternoon. when. If weather is
favorable. It will be held at the Seml-
nary barracks, but If unfavorable the
Klectric Theatre will be used Time,
;:n o'ckrwk.
Dr. M. H. Schlater of Micanopy. ose
of the most extensive truckers of that
place, was here yesterday looking atn
ter some business matters. Besilde
beinl extensively engaged in growing
rtCe.tabhl. he has one of the Gueat
rCUiig-. iro Ihi thL southern |isrt
*I t lt t
Rev. C. It. Strouse is among the
lalttors to the city. 1i has bt n inu
rather poor health for the Ipt feIw
muouath anud It Is undertoodJ that his
plh.Miciait bhau ad~lJ. ed that h- clhaMlul
I.I- lM alt li dlJ 111 r a ,i lldl


blur,


immrt or ache when you


Sead for a time?


WHarsm ceatl -r geIwrally makes
defect t violent. Iut it takes the
ex-% r. to, dlrti-t jut shat the
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Wr an graduate opkiciaw mi.. IA
equipped to mlake seietitif *xnzs.ausi


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- GAIUEYOLLE -


.ilt. MiSS lAdwiltg lld In th Wet-
*- ~ etion. and Mlrs English in tht
S:t im,. but all 'ror'.its of th
-vunty are now howlug up aBe and
ach day the result changes an thee*
sections.
By special arrangement, we have
teen enabled to lacrease the prizes
tad now every candidate la the race
will et a prtle-a certlcate good
for 25 as a cash payment on any
uplao bought from the A. R. Harper
Pltao Company. of Jacksoavrtle. h
ldditimk to ths, they wNlU ive to
the Arst Ae following the leader la
each section of the CO aty a certlf
ate good for $10e. aad this can be
applied as a payment l the sme
manner. This meaM that you ea
purchase aay plauo yrewat sa a
his as a cash paymaet and me ar-
ragements tor deferred payments.
rhe same lasrumm t that is mew be-
iag given away can be purchased for
the Certicate ad $W a It will pay
yo to be amog the tart Ave follow
lat the leader.
Weekly elab arne tin eomk but
we arge the esadldatee to work
UN-m their frieds while their time
is anoerpied-it will prove pret-
ble for them
PelUowia the standta et the
medatee aU a reult of the cout
Yesterday:


CA. Yoru Tsil i


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PLuelak to guuk# tots utvk tu KILP- A" iiirll. tu Ll, 411..'w k *ItI .".. 1
q m ~ *1,ge numbe o uuf te oftnhe-jvaIiJ b, y aIb is tl.t cdulghtr rm
growers begn shipplung jupee oun I.SOin taic tIast c0u0% tyble a ji.
Mwaday. I uillsgtLIVIs Wliiu 1ale 81-1


-M" ap& m d tran
aed w i ad uam
- he -' -
telm toas ma i

CpL. W. i. boeeb of R Hg Spriagt
wam be Uaday. He states that b
has mms napre In that placw


aphera, a rattlanake.
wi"th sx yoaa oses. and
He eha ae bhl "'oipher"
to a party at Pt. A'ngutlie.
Misa WinLf red PIJrkk
-ater- a far Spartanberg.


I


feorltyie


cvllctl m

departed
B. C.. to


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5 tvr, Contia ha fiAg
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W.WANT.

WANTGW

WANTED--Secod-hand safe
143. W. D. Plndlayson &
Waldo. a

WANTED-RaIlrad cypress
N0 to 0 feet lmg; quality.
black. Hewn pl ties.
hear quality. For full In
write Oress Manufacturing
JackMsomrlle. Fla.

WANTED-A good company
best lek. accent and
death poUey ou earth. rname rate
all oeupationma color or sex. na
strtetloas, deri srpeclal agetiu
handle country ad city trade.
pay. Can handle as a side-lae.
drsw Box 154. Scranton. Pa

POR SALL

FOR SAL--Duroc pig. $5 each.
H. Willis. Evinston. Mla.

FOR SALE OR LEASE-The ow
Mr. J. G. Alvares. hating retired
account of Ill health, the
bulMing and Sea Island cotton
nery occupied and operated by
at Stark. a.. for thirty years
now offered for sale or lease
favorable terms. Buildings
of store 35x100 feet. two rtoriem.
cated In the heart of the bus
district, and a two-story brick
house on same lot So feet
store. Machinery consists of
gasoline engine two new d
roller ea Island coton gins.
arlit mill, one rlte fuller. bvd
pump and cotton press.
lights and water work tbroup
gla house and store. Stake is
prosper and growarin tonw
1.- inhabitants. well located a
cotton market and is the trade
tr of the great Bradford
strawberry industry. Fine opipo
tunlty for a supply merchant oda
cotton buyer. No competition. AP
ply to Paul k. Canova. Stark. FIL



QUICK RESTORATIVE for lost m=N
bood. Satdsfactio guaranteed sr
money refunded; 60c per bottd
Sold by W. M. Joba.nm


la1 liloe-Ce.nrl t sete
Miss Jesoe Evas ........,.T97.4
Mis Addle Ooode ...........97T5
Mis Margaret Ladbetter..... 2406
Mis htelle real ...........132.670
Mis Beaide Carvr .......... 93.000
Mis Nora Stalle ............ 6.0.,
Mlo GOrtrude Harrod ....... .9,4
Mim Myra Swearlages ...... 16.55
Mis Blacebe Theopeoa ..... 15.125
Mit AUra M. ewis ......... 13S.5
Miss Mary Fereades ....... .9.50
Mis Alce Schafer ............ ,170
Mls Mabel Willams ........ 7,436
Miss Annle Bell Taylor ..... 4.550
Mrs. N. W. Taylor ........... 5,935
Ylss Mamle Crouch .......... 4.340
Miss Eva lauknight ......... 3.6W,
MIss Grace Dullard .......... 3,:
Miss Ella Bailey ............. 2,331
Miss Maude McKay ......... 2,.:,
Milss Pannle Whitil ........ 1 47-.


aatera and Seokthern District
Miss Hattie English. Tacoma.. 1,o'.000
Mlis Mabel Mcredie. M'cnoiy 144.72.~
Mibs larnuli MctCredi.. M'clnoy 1) 2.l.1>
Miasl Iesie Waits. Hawthorn T.7'.x;:
Ml,, Ella Joll). OranKge Heights 72.4:;4o
Mlls Martei Chamberlin, Mica-
u py ..... .... ....... .::7.7 s
Miss Itertie Shaw. Fairbank. .. 42,:160
liss Cordella Crown, Rocky
Point ............ ...... 32.49
Mis LaVmerne Ilobbltt. M'cnolpy 3:.41;:
Misa Pauline Carlton. Mica-
nopy .......................31.010
Miss Aglnet Zetrouer. kochelle 29..':o
Mi.s Aunle lwli. Hlasthorn L*,..',


lis Pattile Zetrouer. Rochblle 1
Mis Lula Perryt. Rouche-l.... 1
Miss Emma Guthrie, Kochelle. I
Mlis Jewel Godwin. Hawthorn 1
Miss Wilma Maine*. Monteocha 1
Miss Myrtle Hammond. 1Haw-
thorn .... .. ...
Miss Georgia Snoosden. latcbet
Creek .....
Mils Nellie Ree.ve. Mlsanola.p
Miw Ma ue Jemalgs. Rocbelle.
Mis Emma Entensa. Waldo....
Miss Mary Louise Atwater.
Waldo ................ .
Miss Mary Hall, Orange IHeight
Msl Elffe Tison. Earleton ...
Miss Vandalla Stat, Waldo....
Miss Gertrude 8mitb. Fair-
banks .......... ... ........
Mis Mauele Italley. Waldo ....
Mis (;rate Moore. Island
G ro ............


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'141,.XV1III No. 86


ONE" IKJLLAR A YEAR


Iles-itIK selectlon. Afler taile lpro-i-

IUATING EXERCISES ',re ,,. ,e.I. A.uponr ,l .Martil and HOUSE PASSED COUNTY
Iraymaond Kay: I,. Sc.,I civil agli-

iOF STATE UNIVERSITY .upo V. W. GbCw IIT. Sc. in
electrical ogueertig Ulxml Goo. IP.
OF STATE UNIVERSITY "e.R apn. Chs I UNIFORMITY 36 T
iIU-11--.-I UIw. It 90. In mII oPiwLu


r. Ja. L kard t S eaer cckadr--le-

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The final exercises of the Univer- the Union. it may fall to our lot In
sity commenceme tt began at lo a. m. future to presere the Unloa by alIn-
Tuesday in the High School Auditc- talking the principles upon which It
rlum. This hall had been tastefully was founded.
decorated with bunting Ia the college Concentratiom of wealth has always
colors anI with palm from the E- caused political disturbance, and In
pertiet Station. restoring order there may be a de-
At the rear of the stage sat the strction of personal liberty and of
members of the Board of Control, the political opens of eenturles.
President Sledd. Prelsdent-elect Mur- He then gave a masterly sketch of
phree, Dr. Conradl, Dr. Carry and Dr. the condltios existing In Rome dur-
Dillard. To their right were the men- Ing the est hundred years of the re-
bors of the University faculty. and to puble. He tole of the eeral -ar
their left the graduates of the year. tyrs who bad beea slta because of
After the lavocatlon by Dr. Curry, their efforts I behalf of the common
the piloelt stated that the two men people. He showed how tragically
In the graduating class whose grades the one man who fully understood the
were the bet were awarded rst and condition bad been lastrumental In
second onersrespectively, and that bringing about the establlhment of
the salutatory would be delivered by an absolute government; how Julius
the secoLd hLmor, the valedictory by Caesar. an aristocrat by birth, a popu-
the Abrt honor man. He then Intro- list In principle, had n the defeane
duced Mr. r. T. Wllmso as the second of the liberty aad rights of the po-
homor man. ple found i eessary to aae metbods
Mr. Wilsorne presd very grae- which Snally led to abseltli. Had
tally ts appreelatiN of the graduat- he lived afty years be mIgbt have


Ing class of the many courtesies and
kindnesaes that bad been extended to
them by the citlieas of G.ineas;ill'.
He thanked the large sadlence for the
Interest they were taking In the grad-
uating exercises. and hoped that the
spirit of joy and of gladnea permeat-
lng the young men who had reached
the first mile-post in their career
v otld extend to all preisnt.
Dr. Dillard' Address.


saved the republic; as It was he help-
ed on Its decline.
In the same way lanlduso eneamte
were attacking our republican tetitu-
tions. Attacked l time it was po
alble to overcame them. But If these
enemies be allowed full away for a
period of years. he very friends of
the people might by their efforts ad-
vance aristocratic rule. We should
count the cost of every gain for the
i l |le1


The president. at the conc luion of 'rt ar
address. in a few well-chosen n p rtotudy the queshtonh arisen
S,.rds introduced the speaker of thee to stu the oq between aritocrti
c. (alo i. Dr. James Lrdy llard.Irm the conflict between aristocratic
S lon. r. Jame ardy Dilld, and democratic views. Let them op-
t iinerly a very distinguished jprothmsfeeles- to all attempt of
Iwe' ghemael\es to Ill attemplts o
S of Tulane University. New Or indi~dual to gain special privileges.
I. its. today the represeltatiue of the And above all at present let them
.1 ..,,., Fund. tudy the workings of protective tar-
lr. Iilard began aith some well- iff,. which he, b.lleved was productive
1 raged comiplilenits to the beautiful t tmany of the- eIAi now existing in
C;:. of Gainesville. (Comiui to the a
ct had recalled his fli t trip to A w'oud iprinciple that ought to be
a; ...thern California. Hie had e*n ,manfully sustained was that of Home
4. -.-hig the dreary sates of the d-ds- Rule-bome rule for the community,
t. awhen sdIenl) the beautiful *caf- for the county, for the State. In spe-
:, rose before him. It wa bcaue privlee, ome rle th
td the contrast almost celestial. So ld heip t revere our duemo
lh. night before he was delighted itr our d
aitll the magnificent trveva and fine eralic governnvot.
rwith the maofulGlens tre aftnd te In conclusion he urged the Import-
r. oidences ap inesi af tane of one entiment. Idealisn. Let
rt. on the ~fait express frorm Sami the ung men form high ideals in
, Cit'L Ipolitics. and. regardless of conse-
The future of the commonwealth. 'uenres. triv r valiantly to enforce
hi. continued, nay of the whole re- th workings of those eals. thus
,u;:,lic. depended upono the young men wouldd democratic principles be main-
likt those before him now being grad- tained. Lt s rise above party. let
uatd at the colleges throughout the as frown upon all cbemes of graft.
lad. Since the beginning of demo of political corruption; let us strve
critic government there has been a for the interests of the common peo.
trrumendous need of men who would p le of th whole country. In doIu
take an interest in polities without let a cot the at and ue
seeking preferment. A man mus ma s tbht will not ultimately brin
valhto bil cPUe more highly than his in a train of evil results. Ist as
,A Aonal gaitll iroul by the last hundred years of
No oue cau look iwenty-fvet years ome
,head and fet-l ure" of th.- ". 1 u. t A r-, tilUr .e
ad democratic Pre*IaWrlnet As SCebf Prliont Seld Awards Degrees.
ar democratic gts-rnn-it As *e of
th.. South onc U uatt,.Uleted to d-etru. W'oltss' Orchestra then ave a



Jordan Named as Next



Mayor of Jacksonville


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Hauwey Tayiolr; It. c. I1n ai grwicure
lupon F. T. Wilsoa.
The hllgbet degree coferred by
the 'nlverlsty was then awarded: N.
*c. In chemistry upor I. N. Wlbom;
M. be. Ia agreulftur upon R. Y.
nlaters.
Dr. Iledd fee ngly addressed the
graduates. the Art class to tabe a
four-years' core It the I'lversity
of the State of Florida. He prayed
that It might be said of eeh of them,
as It has bee said of Gordon. God
above kows where be Is. bet wher-
ever he may be, he Is doeti his
duty."


Vie.-PreslMat Fawr.
Vice-President Parr them aroae and
at the close of a graefl tribute to
Dr. Idd. uanmnnced that the Urn-
versl y had enfond upo bim the
honorary degree a D. D. Thi wa
the Brat honor degr eecoferred Ia
the bhitory of the Instttioma. and
this was conferred l allho both the
Hoard of Control and the faculty are
on record as being opoed to grant-
ing bonorary degrees m ptIn tthe
most rare and o ptional ercnm-
staues. Dr. SLel. athIbgh greatly
surprised made a very Atlg re-

S Awarding of Msdasl
The awarding o( medals followed:
The Freshmanaeophomore medal for
Declamatlio to H. 0. GOlaer, of the
Sophomore Class; the Junior medal
for oratory to W. D. Rader; the ISe-
tor medal for Oratory to W. B. Mar-
tin. The iDuckmas. -dal, whib Is
onferred upon the satdeut making
the best average In any elass of the.
gFaneering Department, was award-
ed to W. W. Gibbs. of the Senaor
lass. t ith honorable mental of
studentss Felton and Hadley Taylor.
Three medals were awarded by the
Military Depaitment: for the bet-
Jrllk-d man to J. H. Vidal. for the
best marksman to W. W. Gibb. sec-
Mad marksmau. Charles Iarawn.
nrh r. was only point difference
n the ,.,reMs made by Messrs. OGbbs
aind I arr~cu.
The medal offered by the Mildred
IAe Ch.-pter. 1. I. ... to the student
writing the tbet essaay on an assigned
subject was won by II. G. Langston
with an essay on "The Causies of the
*' il War.
The medal offered by the 1). C.
of the State was won by P. 8. May.
rhisl nedal is ol-ws to all colleges In
li, HStact. nlid has been awarded fve
time The I'ulaerllt has coumpted
for it four times and has won it
three time
Tekemn of Alftion.
Mr. Bryan then happily presented
a gold-headed cane. the gift of the
faculty as a token of affction and
esteem, to Dr. ledd. The recipient
was much moved and thanked the.
donors most fttingly.
Dr. Crow. as the spoeesaa of the
faculty, presented a at of books to
ir. Yocum a an expreedon of their
admiration and affection and regret
It his retiring from the University.
ID. Yo urn'r response was graceful)
Ila.de
With a well written valedictory,
the firt honor man. A. Hadley Taylor,
Jr. It;: on In-half of the graduating
Slars. tc,'k formal farewell of the ritl
t,* u of oi.illnea il of the Ikard of
',< i lrol. o,f Ir Bledd. of tlhe Iacit>
.f ithe -tuili i e lalo anI d fiiall ofW
l g.. ii,1,. i f lh. (Clae. of l3so4* 1.,
or T f .I.r. a the ii AliltriiJut -d
i I l, i 1.1 i. : .; t ( I i iis. hIAI t r

A tioi f r I'. c* w I lii; I'r dll.-s ii et
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TALLAHAIIK. May I.-TIMI
happen ed I Uo H rO y-at y.
when fooIwlg a rheas t emal
meemL the Duke omty iamlf ky t
LCbool toet-booh bill wIa h-m -up
ou sca ades' at U twvel b
whbtc It was recently kiled ad was
passed by i v otf M to M.
The mat maprtW t tt aoe
with the passage- thIrb readli of
the Ch prmamy bil. wrtb -vM

meot or a esteadedi tme t per
ialty oft riMry if estolee
The HOMse devoted the afterSeM,
and slght to th ao ti o td
geenral rewvens b0. This was labi
up iformanly tI the eoamm Me
:he wbole and meek dIlemaoeb
evoked.
mlameet proWhltio hUW ole t
qurs by Nsses Ginim h
moats of lees the" hM a pI at
a tlme. This waso kill. t set a *
t II h ad bes warmly eagh

THR SINATI.
Coalderdoom t of the r
reotllm to tUe abMy oa a ni wa
aompans havig re
joempied marty u&e atir I-I of
the bo o. Some very W W
nou treat oo d t eo imn su k
amed today.


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to third reednw.


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Folbwlaug several days ofa mt
strain cmd~ the seM e h


M .LOI- t-OT i
MERO08B. May M.-Mrs M. J.
Harnett entertained qutte a party oa
Hawthor friends on Saturday, eon-
sisting of Mrs. W. 8. Moore. Mrs. M.
Hulme. Mrs. D. Hulme. Mrs. tarry
larnett. Miss M. Burkstrasr and
Leo Johnson.
W. Ii. Ie and Mrs. Lee have one
2. Ik rC'Ivt tn aII Ad thi c mle-bse


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ehebl be"se They agwo" he i
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Mrms. .L SeorrtofseaemO.a
Mr. ald Mrs. L W. nW a MAI
hat, arrived yestIaday a Sm
weeks' ustay at the e.


ment exercise at Colmbia College.
Their son. StetaoL Lee, wll return pm r y e e W "a L
with them ageA b @ =w I u IS ei.
Miss K. Ricks of HIghland was the whih is at htawl he -
uest of Miss L. Mack tr the. wee-
end. I e s d. B MI
The imay artos at H. BYarIt owtr ye St U f 9P d
tend their regrets at Uw bhe l y b r -Sr. y eS
I- | I


Situation in Georgia


Bin-


road Strike Uncha


ATLANTA, May I.-A aettleat
by arbtratin should not be diffIltI
so far as the Georgia Railroad strNi-
era' demands are concerned. View
President Iall of the fIremen's orga-
isation said yelstrday, because the-
fire-on are not trying to exact a
)Iard anld Ia!t settlement They
truckk Ib Miuire- ten white bremrwe
Al. Ie pilascd |.> I) w ro lr i vi. i a i The
ailrom d olitisai, l c 1 i r-l t h tli h It i-
trwe wre |ilut im t hes**' losit lous a.
* Ardc for faltilf l Pr. io*i- aud that
h .lr or. f' .. 'tr 1-tal rights Il
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,ide to Lekd three Ourgala a. ridm


trems. Mr.. Ma wm ms ap


to bei a esed latehM p ag wa
tie-up.
Hacd cars, -emabMs and lteb
urban ars e ad Mlttle Ipresig
upae the I. pSaDm at deby
animals la the Atslata P e6 a
and there la the strthe ditrl ta i I
ral Ipojtmastr LsheuMed a s4a1
outgolagl Imal and after bo-s
hard work riding and walking aM
aged to reach a railrod Nstai ai
afctNed b) the Reprts wv e
iurrent thatbthe w e0sla ot
interfere and place guards a
Iin oird*r to get o I ath
13 11ait"iU. however. oP lo
rally The striber have an qac
that they ar- w SOME to & 0 offi
to carry malls, but that O -
mant N ary malls wly eae r II
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m pemdmeed 'It a heal ifsease and
1W sebutly bling to oere with is
mel eatmeonIt, praumee t l:ea


thsre reralres eostItutioal Wtreat-.
amet. HaSs Catarrh Cure, manutae
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the byrear o u the dru i tors. of \.
TakeMHall's Fmily Pills for con-
stlpation.
Caused Mush Kaditment.
AD explosion of an old eampty bar-
rel caused a great deal of excite-
meat Monday afternoon at 2:- :.1 it
the rear of the drug store of HW. nl
Johanio. He had emptied au old al
cool barrel some two weeks since.
and his delivery boy. Just to amurn
himself. dropped a lighted suatelr 1it
the "bung hole" of the barrel. Anlt
explosion followed which burerted the
head out and se .t it P lns to the
roof. besldte hakIag laiuice aoauuad
the w a do eonslderably. it tor su
posed that gas had formed from the
alcohol and caused the combustion.

*tev. L W. WlIliamsn's Letter.
Rev. L W. Willamison. Huntingtoa.
W. Va.. writes: "This la to certify
that I uasd Foley's Kidney Remedy
for nervous exhauaston and kidney
trouble aad am fore to say that iI
will do all that you claim for it."
roety's Kdarey Remedy has restored
health and strength to thousands of






for cts of kindness upon the death
ot Mrs. Brevard. who died recently at
Half Moos. A FRIEND.


Aad are always gettla scratches,.
a sprelas. ru bamps, bura.
-r emMs. DI t aeglet au th(as
-they may resat arestialy if yoes
ds Aply awards' hoew Liameat
ausrI g| to dtreoatem rtht away

lted by W M.M. J I e


gIR RIt lue

UIE LC.L ULWIT

MICANOPY CITItIZM IN TALLA-
HMA- l AGMTATINR MATTER.

West eedS.O A 2es 1e Prarie
SThat Caty, WrMo WIll Prm
the MelW Lies.

r Tesday's Dasly Su :
Mica-opy eltlseas wat to be placed
oa the mail Ma of the A. C. L
railway ad wth thi end view
hrae seat a delegtatio to Tallahassee
to work up the mater sad thorehly
agitato It before the Lgislatere and
the Rallload CammAslo
The aommttee et to the State
ealtal eomprls Dr. H. L. Momtom-
ery. Dr. J. D. WatkMs. C. L. Melto
and Mr. Hyde. It Is aderstood that
tley wtll furlah the right-of-way for
thio prep mew route and will also
asuat tkh railway people otherwie
a making the changes which will
give them a aew ad improved
service.
It is aloo claimed that the new
roto will bsortae the distamee to the
smth over Ave nile whih would
be another advantage to the railroad.
The amont ft meey that would
he reqlrd to evestruct the mew
rordway Is nat melNaome and ust
wat tey propose to do alo.g this
e Is mat know. but for the good
eo a tbt-grewla place we trust that
th will receive thebo -mewtin
that they deserve sa a mek better
servi thLa twhe ar at present -


STATE HORTICULTURAL OCIETY

Ofere f eming VYr Ietated a
the Dy" esMestew,
The orid Horticultural Slety.
whleh was ai session at Daytona last
week. elected Its oicers as follows:
SProf. H. Harold Huamo of Glen St.
Mary was placed In nomination for
president. and belas the only nomi-
see. the unanimous vote of the house
was cast for him as president.
Nominations then being In order.
successively. for first. second and
third vice-presidents, the following
nominees were elected by a unanl-
mous vote: First Vice-President. W
C. Tompir. Winter Park: Second
Vice-Preident. H II. Steven. 1)-
Land: Third Vice-Pre idernt. II F
Chllton. New Rmnyrns. all of %honm
exressed suriprise at their election.
bIut ioledl'-d th.ir txft ,fftrr s fr the-
scciety.
E. 0. Painter of Jackonvilll was
uuannimouly r-el.ctted -.cretary.
W. S. Har t of lHnak Park %as re-
elected to the office of tro .:i.urr
The following ex-ecntlt' econiivlritr-
wa ele-cttd by tallot : Prof P .H Rolf-
of Gailnesa ll,. 0 I.. Ta;w(r of C(l n S.
Marv. and E S. lluhard of F-ede-ral
Point.
Quite a delegation from Galuesville
attended the meet.lng.
Orlando was chosen as the next
ntt.tinlg lace'

A Happy Father
Is soon turned to a sad one. if he
has to walk the floor every night with
a crying baby. 1McG..'&. it!ihv ERll\r
will make the child well--wotih.- it
netr~e., lndure healthy, h normal sluuil
brr. Ilest for dl-,rdere&d boI el ti.l
sour stomach-all teethlng babhler
need It. Pleasant to take. sure. aoJ
safte. contains no harmful drug..
Price 2i and .0 cents pet bottle Sol(d
by W. M. Johnson.
A Half-Holiday.
The big store of the G. W Hidr


('o. (oumes boldly to the frout and
makes the Initiatice otuoe agalu thi.
.asmon. follulow i the custom th."\
imaulurated two ).-ars ato. of Illiui:
to their esulilo)e a half dae bull
do) each Thur'sidat afttruou during
the susaunrr miuouth Thbi Is u(ow
it-luei done by all of the largest and
best cortcen-r thrunbghout the entire.
country. as the) feel that a half
day' rest In lth teniddle of the week
tends to better fIt their elmplo)es for
the rest of the l e.ks business
This muo e la considered highly
conlueudable by the iatruus of the
big store and they. toou rejoice with
the etplo)es fur the beIarnel they
will dertie from it

After a heavy meal. tahe a couple
o Daas Reu let. MWad hve your
stomach. liver &ad bowels ise help
tey will U ed r. tule briaa eay,
papawr amagm f the beela.


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THE U AINSOLLAr bill: NAY 27, I919


ML GmcT' SMHENI

SEMN AT TAUNACLE

LAROG CONGREGATIONS P EIS
ENT AT BOTH SERVICES.

*Wisdom Math Builded Her Houwe,
the He Hewn Out Seven
Ptllrs.," Was Subjec.t.

V'a-t atirll|i>t-'.re wiu r ( r i-, Sun
da% noriiig and enui:ng to heo.r th,.
l .lia,.g 'x rTi .c ts of tlte 'li\t rsit)
eInmmencemetnt. The faculty had in
itted Dr. Curry. of Memephli. to
preach the Ita(talatireate. 8rmann.
and the menibers of the Student Y.
3M. C. A., learning that Dr. Curry wa-
one of the most popular clergymen
that had ever officiated n Galnesville.
also extended to him an Invitation to
deliver the annual address before
them. The enormous congregations
proved how delighted the people of
Oainaeville were to have an oppor
tmlty of bearing Dr. Curry again.
Both services were held In the Tab-
ernacle. In the morning the enormous
audltorim wua paked; in t even-
tag there were but few vacant eats.
The exercises of the morning be-
an with a chorus. "Come Into Our
Hearts and Abide." well rendered by
the young ladies of the GalnesvlUe
High SchooL This chorus did credit
to the teaching of Miss Titman, of
the High School. The violin obligato
was by Prof. Wols. The Invocation
was by Dr. bledd, after which the
quartet and chores choir, with Mil
jen~enl at the piano, led the coanre-
gatioo in siaglng "Holy. Holy. Holy.
Lord God Almighty." Dr. Curry then
read selections from the eleventh
chapter of the Epistle to the He-
brews, and from the third chapter of
Proverbs. After the prayer which fol-
lowed the reading of the Scripture.
the High School chorus sang an
equisite response. This was followed
by a teaor solo well rendered by
Mr. Maddox. After this the congre
nation and choir sang "Coue. Thou
Almighty King'' Announcements of
the other commencement exercia-ei
were then made by Dr. Sledd. after
which be Introduced Dr. A. B. Curry.
I)r. Curry. after expressing hbi-
5pleasure at seeing so ian'y of hbi old
friends, took as his text the first
verse from the IniIth chapitt'r o!
.I'aoverbt: "Wisdom hath builded het
I :ie, she has hewu out her even
S.,;ars." He drew a clear aud epil
i miatlc di.ti'tiolln between wihdon,
;. 1 knioleg. A nian *nay et full
4, knowliedrge aitn )t1 hb;e\ no |
f* .1; li all .V l i'.arI' td. 1, *
F i ,.le I l g' i: tof ll:Ih. i'i t)llin
t ..!* from 0"Ia. Know IldgeR Is lbit
i ac;q(uiiition of fa ct.. s I-doin is tthe
*' ,lity to apply fa I.%u*.r to (Ii-t 'rii the. b-,t i l ado
a;;.d apjlY thIh b .-ltr la-tt t ;I :
I *i**m It ih on1. of the. 1I;' : :,r. *''',
altuahi.i Kl.s of (aod. il. force.
1 al bo\ riches. anid its gain abL>~e
\ dieralood the salu'" of wi donl,. the.l
o u ld mnake grtateur .lffuort to attalit
Ir than to acljuire the wealth of this


. rid.
The-n theI speaker gave' a riid de'
s ilption of the structure of an Orie'nt.
Ia house aith it. iuportlinK pillar
iad interior court. Thin building to
be Perfect and ft for the use of
i;l.snkind mult be. htrong and beauti-
fI In the figurative language' of
IIe last. aeen i a pea lrfect number.
aid the seven illlars of the building
liowl tha it is perfect.
Then, with apt scriptural quota-
ti,-li., he drew a likellne- between
ui ii and a building: "'Know )e not
., are the temple of God- When
n..ian is right, when his char (ter it
riigtl) conl-tructdi. he i I!.- nol)l'e- st
bIiling in c r'ailon. far eiurI.aediK
l loltulon' 11't iel.li alih d thf- T Mll 1 l, ofI
I .lia (of Epihr 'u And It i- true. of
si .oiw ntL-i that l%.~domi ha builtl iI
t.Ler-in i. Iaii t il t(o hstald tlhe
Sin illO ard 11i4l
The first of th e-s pilllarp I. l'PhLsl
<.el I'.rtctionl No inii alsli a lde I i'ldi
1.1 of h. I Iod 1 an41 M lllhoilgh IIIAI. I
greTt neltn ba't tl.a-.Ia we-'ak lph.icall)
h le ir grvallti-e' % sl lta It1.' e. f hlf -
\\'ith bman) illustrations thit pre-ah.-r
shuerd ahbt itnluecite' aSi.l eslaillls
physical apiearanc. had had In th.-
car ers d ma1 J) of the Sorld's lead
rs. SUtrog. comely, graceful bea ul
ful bodies are a God glen source of
power Tbli Is warrant enough fur
l.,'Il-e athl-'l' .As far a. as t''ll'-


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Jevelolp a man. It is not only allo'w-
ible but necessary.
"The second pillar is luteliigence.
a man may be physically perfect and
vet nothing nore than a powerful
orte. One may be great in spite of
a weak body, but one cannot be
great with weak Intelligence and
although a man without education
may accomplish much. with education
:1 will accomplish more. Of the men
mentioned In "Who a Whor' only two.
Afths of one per cent were absolute-
ly self-made; only ten per cent had
merely a common school educatlon;
sixteen per cent had a high school
course; seventy-four per cent were
college-bred. According to this a ccl
lege education increases a high
school boy's chance of success nine
times, the chances of a boy with a
common school training two hundred
and nineteen times, of an Illiterate
boy eight hundred times. This shows
the value of a college training In In-
crealtng the efficency and happiness
of Its students. I charge you to
recognize one of wisdom's necessary
pillars.
"The third pillar is Virtue. The
Brst two pllanr Increase a man'b pus
er. but they may increase It for evil.
they may make him a curse to *o
clety." The lives of Josepb. of Solo-


mon. of
Charles
.n order
pillar is
iw truly
wood. to


Asphasla. of Aaron Burr, of
8. Parnell. were alluded to
to show how necessary thiL
In building the house. To
successful. to accompllh
build a house strong and


Iteautiful, the pillar of virtue is es-
gen'a;l; otht rwi-e the bullJing wll1
go down In shamne.
"The fourth lll:ar Is Resolution or
Will Iu Ios r. Witl.;ut this a man I-
!ike a ruild.rhl.. b at; with It he
Is I'k, a treat Atlintic liner s:if !'
making the destinied port. The' gr. at
,.,t troule,' wth niany young ni'ni I-
iliat Ihe' I.; k a cle.ir cut purlpous
jted ha\. lno .ain in life' but the pur
-*i of ,ehas.ur. They build hou- .
withoutt ia i plan, thcy sall ve e- lr.
ith lout a (halt u01 course For ii a
:-url,.) thlen tabring in your ill-

"The fifth pillar isl ope. This i,
,one of the Ireatest factors in a mian's
success; without It continued effort
is nmpousslble A man can fight for
a forlorn hopl. but there must 1w'
hole of sonie kind Hell In Hell. be-
cause over its main portal is writ-
ten. 'Let him who enters here lease
Ilop behind Lack of holp parals e.
all human effort; all great achblee-
ments have hope as their guiding
star. lk) not be pessimistlc, do not
lose hoi:; be olptomistlc. Ikh uan
look at the hole In the doughnut-
look at the encircling ring
The slxthb pillar Ia Loe fur our
Fellow-Men. Without this no char-
acter Is strong or beautiful. The
greatest of African explorers was
l[aid IJlnsgatonl His purlpoj was
not to increase BIrltish territory. not
to expliot tl," rsesour-es of the collIe
tr. hut to hurt or .sek adwnture,
his nliJtle was laot, he an aseekinlg
to hlMl tthe oplen re oif th world~ d'"
Ir ('urry he-re' Introduced a strik
ing cotitratt bel(taee (George Wash
lllltol anid Napoleon Hlouaparte I lhe.
,,.sr- prouiptvd bI) llsha anibltionl the
,rher usu\'d b) tltuedr uiim-lfish pa
t rintsllu and dianle-ren(te-d lobe for
ihl American peoplel, We (anUlnt rtie
tl there grealtet helghtsl without this
o<*e The human greatness of Jesus
,of Nasarethb as due to hil loe for
the cowUlou peoj*ple
-The s'rnnth pillar i Faith in
God This brings man intu contact
aitb the source of all good This


CLUSM EXHIWSES OF

TIE WDEII! SQUWL

WAS AN OID-PASHIONEO SCHOOL
aEXHSITION.-

Institution Has Accomplished Geed
Work, and Prof. Kean Will se


Patrotism
The iehs somAb a bw &~b 04 n" 5, st
mis ofo lops~s m am suhruvVuin
khm ishta d hq bw vMat ipuppais A.i*
e iat Isow beamso, fsuudm en u e b." The
she 1* 0mby" &Wms1s hs eusrywilb a h ssmm6
wiN be a wea& s16wormi as0 Iim
A semi smm* maim A he' ssid e ima ma
hesish sd happhasm
Dt @sisW em.see s" mahsd ed emsof iaslsa
musriahem we ps-mpiy mipse'my emby as w 4


Asked to Remft n. b P1gW VrA O aLb WAMA m in-r- we
It bells p ahe as M a ei wae s
TlhI tclE h. r rsilE I.I (1n ... I.
li rr i l, ., ,The des er wirl e- a sbee e i e a y
Iwrr I.0i 11* I..I t n k ,l 1 ,,1 only tek.;di tio Mane the ( a -e --- Il-ils
Thursday and Frl-lay of la.-t week. I: sal of :let mcntao riaes pm.g
Oall 1 (ild-fahiontd hool e'lhi Dr. Prce's Caies se Mdedia Advie
Ilitlon." The is hool auditorium could 0% r er;et ta o Sm s a Ps- ses s *l si'o "
not hold the audience. and a largs'. e -1 e cloth kbed. Address We I l 's | b aiorisl
brush arlbor and stage aas built ol, AL Asc:-t.os, V. Pie e, M. D., P.r dM, =..
the ontsidc,. The puplsl all acquitted
them elves in a creditable maniir. PEACH MOVEMENT. BUSINK~S C CARDO
Ikih e llniiKs were taken up with _
:rilli. paulotilnes and comedies. Orchards frnm This County New DL 0. WALDO,
The last numhtr on Frday evening ; ing aney Pruit.
was "Promi Pumpkin Swamp." whicr. .OS Tesday's Dalty Sa:
In all of Its thirty year' presentatkln The la vllle Pe C Orehard
at school nttertalnments, has lever
Comgmay is now shIpp4 l pmehe
.wen better Iresented than by t from twir grove oeted oaly a w h gg fi Mi_
school pupils of Newberry. mile west of Galneeville and will ew IA hag. fI SN0
This has been on, of the most sue a a few es O be dlppla0l -L --
esuful years In the history of the a lw days more e shipping
ar l s. lots.CLAW.100 11 We6
Newberry school. The school ha Besides the movement of peace A & M
been raised from rural gradtd from this andsmeand utes
school to a Junior high school. th farm there are a snmber o endhar LW
enrollment has made a gain of ttti: :. located rNew t A 10 IsIo om I1 -
tw-lve per cent and the average at ae n frit N wwardig to thelll
teradnce has increased proportlmate- pikin trt ad d i -
ly. A large petition has been circu- market.
lated, with not only the atnes' of
the patrons but :, number of ti' mrt A Livl"* Ibkelts
inaluntial cltisme of the town. re- Is the tal aoudom m d my U I
questing Prof. A. D. Kean. the pt lna thdt hI ore s-f k es. Thbk I
pal of the school, to remain a other 0of hava m ethinMg I yl hi stom t
vear. that eat an you take as amrnda6s i
Sls4e-MMths of the babies a ve wrm
will regulate all his other good quall --Wye yam hM M Be cetab th at
ties; this will bring him Into harmony it has not by givi It White'B Cra Aa m 1
with God. No creature can ignore Vmerilt -H e--t pe aB worm -a n 0S h62ad=00i ..,
his creator and seccess-ia the end a tate te fr the anb Prue Ms ll ll
hle must fall. No man Is truly great tm w ol by W. M. i e ..,
antil linked through faith to the I
eternal God. What have ans of no Miniet s ont ltht. why ,.m ei L
faith accomplished? Nothing! There y s ncome tr eburt h ..w? MarktR ---. yides
is not one single government founded -For thbr ream ns, air. Pi :ly.
.)n atheism; it takes men of faith to dinna like yer theology: semosdy. I
;oad a goverlmeaL Moses Isalah. dinus like year ing n'. nd. thirdJl. m
David. Augustine. Columbanas. Cal. was n yoar kirk I IrIAf ant Uy WiA.
vin. Knox. Luther. Clomwell. Lee. -Dnd, e Advertlr. III
lackson- all these were men of faith. Ma- -_ | _
Pa% alone makes men able to bring -lr L le
things to pass." been restored to balth by NOW OP im
Then the speaker introduced a y emedyas t
sharp contest of the great Duke of Ukdaeys s they wil e e AsM y! w~lml go,_i -h-t-..Al
Malborough with John Wesley. To r'asue matter fro tkh Mbl I has. 1 S+ _I"1s
day tne latter has 13.0.o.0e follow- IUes depress the nerves. eaveg nsrvs* %
era, and many millions more are ns h sad thr am
ready to do him reverence. ComeweW today ad o y wil a u lA
"Li...ria, yr,. "titch your wagon be well. Ploeasat to take W. lw __
McCollum & o. &rCA
to a ,tar.' I ay 'iltch your wagon to MCo
!the throne of -d through a living u The ha0 G ar m11's e~ ar ns.
filth. lMav Wl.dom's house be your
house. iwrfe
The congregation then sang "Near-
er. My God. to Thee." and was die
missed by Dr. Curry with the bent.- CO
1l(1 il clusive that its buine beng o -

LETTER TO T. J. SWEARINGEN, *
Gaint-villv. Florida.
;i'. v i.'. Florida ducted in a manner highly satactS iy
Dear Sir: Twelve words state the II
fact: to its thousand patrols. We would
Etery Job palntied )evoe takeLs leh. ppe d y r
galknoH than of any other laint. appr iate s :
If any one doubts this statement he
may paint half his job Ik.voe. the
other half any paint he like.s.
If lvoe half doesn't take less gal- GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
loans, no Is). Yours truly,
r W. Evo cO. C. A. FAIRCLOTH, Ouhir
P 8' The Galnesvllhe Hardware
(Co s'.II our pall.

O Fee .Evory ay.
"I've bleeu reinadliui *abut OD.e of thben't
rich men wot'rs gt er suit of crltLt --
for every day In the week." usid ,-*-
trmp i* aieull..r Frr l ItAI d i I LK
"That's bultlu" I 'ave I. Tbis tI It
I'te ge>t nJ isw "--lAo don< -;1W,,l .

Hoarseness, bronchitil and other
throat troubles are quickly cured bv m P .
Poley's Honey aad Tar as It soothes RESOL'RCI LIABILIrTUI
and beals the inflamed throat and Liens. 44,El15 MS pFintal t ckh, hslrp k
tronchial tubes and the most obest- Overdraftn ........ O 64 M aid Ladividud Po-.
nate cough disappear. Insist upon '. s. Bond 2,0U0 00 i ...............S 7,Mi I 3
having the genuine roley's Honey and IKal KLta'., Furuitaro ('lrrtulaidag Ne 1MS m
Tar. J W. Mc'ollum A Co. ail Fixtmre. 7.M57 I" I)teIpuu .... 0,41 I
('Il. s.i Exclranip JO,.17V I'. Ma ..... SMws U I
He Wanted to Kaew. ---- I
Jobhuie Miter l|u't Ilid. i sh ." $1" 7,I 3) I SiSt7,IM 3


PI& Of '-our- se .-t What put tihe l IKt oi rs" lJFealiO.,
Into your it.I'l': Jouul Mr 4;* *. Cou lty of Alarual '
msr. wiw was L never se forty alain lu- st Trau ear Uhat UtiL above ilwalsMnat tru to Ue bel my WI i -ad
arlipt irlwf. U. W. WCa.LL., OCL .
---- -ulutrnls)wn anil snr to Wono d the t i A dMo
Itchlug torturing s ln eruptions. J. L *eA, VMI1 =1
dis.gure annoy, drtve oan wild Cormrt AttUL-.L 5. ( UdwL, J. C. Idgp, J. W. M1 aMl
Iukan s Otntment brings quick relief IA V I*. I -- M1b e
and lasting cures ifty cents at a
drug store ImO a O


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- V*


T?4r -1'%S MAY 27. 10


W-


a.


W g be -a







N -"*Win"


~~mde en hw aore

m. mle mlace mae'
se a, a uim "m-- is smdaio a the



do 8 46F al-at b vetoheade




N-. Mr. Ja F a G Mot What
a0es s s destered Iast trhow



O, d op OlM ead "r as bew to rl




--"rY. ob they e atbe a1Io
Som-- Stame wu ro. a te mt eo








S-f bsdn poaem eftha Stae wWi
iiiin Ims
A-n fel wo rlb bbow il eed
g amg a*lte e ogae. A atmrvUe is
d; ggmet ane l erlammet.o Wleb
ai0 CAelmam ad ether places bave



--l ma--mm -* se skw.y



Ow- as a reaL k Is sM of the
of $be ghere ogeP est bill
::g:..7_:/grl W"ted. A
V- do b edes ebold to I11




fte -1 ownr brood revival in



b ftd Is 011% agYo -s mo
mg YA wbt eoa-
pe-sive. J T, h Ise me

Joe IS a tr t m us

A SANOMgagg w t oreanue u 4
&Wpwtrm of is wiM be eN
i Tom*&.-bogies"- Jame 1 A t U" 1

Maeo e ammais to Mdu. th mena-
so aof mo rwese t Sfm ati wtU I
Ilp mittd ad kti sanmlepalen
Ow. moa" Wile emo a to taeI
p gggigggg..


-W-.- -7


malatlg heroes of the lost Caue.
wlU once more asaemble in apnual
reslal. ts, time lo Meuphl:t. Tenu
The railroads could do no uore *en-
erouss a act tlun to grant the-mi rate,
of oue dollar for ti. round trip from
any part of the U'nlted Sitate-* There
are few left to take adtanta"ed of thb
rairod"' gsnertdsty. and It will be
bu t time utill they are uOl)
sacred uemorirs lAt us make the.
time yet allotted tlhe as peaceful
ad happy a possble-sot wa t us-
tU they ar dead ad then build
meaumeLts etolliag their bravery
aad virtues."

Tbe Oeerga papers aoaauae (that
Senataor Ba nO ad Clay are tuoetber
on all tarf I s e6ept hluner
Suae Wy there m be m way to
bid o ever tUs dlereem. or ano
pla6 U t er, ar W*otl0g


*@51 ang1o OA Mag 0edrem


- Mt a'-m tmme W, *d



-p aeeodta too GO m



as so B Mslo.I te.






wen f tests"e ofsa esely type-
|waI 64 ases; se" flt-












t -W 4am to -O to the
b V ed by or s ow of te -e *t
mLO I- as tI ea het taemt th







terJ, -M TIbe I1Mnx d potm.
ia a ndoas te io a i 'v be-
twlrWeAl ene9 were a
do"Ins O s;n agetag hes at.








No bter menmag to the seatm








esuew ea lo imetu ai m eto
_he newaps of tne State ta
MieIden o lat Governore. sea-*a *

















St0 oSmees damn, s eom be efnd
ame in = ma3 a the rtae
*lysn ha d
















pr Mkgtalma as fteer hadrefuse d<
eas eagelel to rfe neerer

the l~ck inje the epiman Tah
Ao I bmmat t












o Mr TurlTe i es b kres.ahed
TMe INd~ex to be n of ta bee


tepe toat ad rs a Cdoem W.lin t
Sdeald tha dtl4t to Iave OAt
e0ad osw. w In n


















oad up Te o (he, uad pre
W Sn -t the t, nd he ee









eep nt te gne l, thaont th*
Laetdee. thela r t repedaitys
Tse 411m81111ee1O aley pardewt
hr t--I ril It u
I* as~evelvelmioa

simil l swr1 rs. do























na better arbget s bMr er
d Mr ar of hea ort of reoloe e








Wa" togumreods tWo e e cldas intoN
of orsoothe of te than is ct-










sef". is o int, from W the gin

ato ehnd, ais ads of artW, kis
tm reVolations, amounts, oiionf.



aous rt jk time tro bu afan











istory-from ma.,trting the debtailb
of thO Nat, that e rea6onatla, andb
st deoncl th rlto havbe rais claid.
aThe Index habin tea onet of the
Gover torheoi arden t suportr ably























the last cImpain, and fee-lin that
editor e still claim the rt other











low sad defeMse of esta .ntr. pra s
sof a Floridaho peallyr thath were


similar results whn h

aed Iupport ad twhih do not Colonel
'e his ends to et thise City into
the course o the aBte than is con
lood in the Governor meagfew rit-
seff. This document. from tbe begn
lng to ead, is a mass of acts. cfo
tracts, resolutions, accounts. opinions'.
gus-as.. conclusions and otbur more
myatifylng and confusig ma txt.r that




















time draws nea when the fewr e


LIVE OAK. May 24.-Early yester- telling him that
day morning a an named Goff was LAter. they aIsert.


arrested in his meat market which it
is charged he set afre. The store 1i
in a building on Ohio a,-nue II-t.
Saturday e\enins be was found b%
uficers at the building. and told them
be was watching his building in the
fear that a negro boy who was in
his emeloy lntended to set it afire
The offers sent him toward home.


they would watch.
Goff returned, and


the night marshal and two other men
.a> they saw him as he went Into his
stor-., and hiding outside watched him
w ijen he- poured kerosene saout in
the- building, and struck a match to it
A. he came out of the building be
was arrested and placed in ail.
Goff b*lgld the officers to shoot him
The building was saed from total de
struction by the fire department.


Lynchers Hang Man as



Warning to Negroes


U.NCOLNTON. Ga, May = --Earl>
yeste-rday Albert Alken, a negro, Sas
takes from theb acola county jail
here and swUal to a tree at Lr)
Fork creek. three mile from Lincoln
too. The body was lld4 with bul
lets. I'pus tbh body was pnlard this


piae rd

all aSroes a Lacola couty uader
iatmiar circ.mAA
(u sed) REOL'LATOR "
ALike cut Jobs Spire. a white


farut-r Thurnda morning. Spires'
'onditinla gre-w wer.- and he is now
report.-d d>lma The bite people lIn
U1ncolu say that negro secret socie-
ties are tbeln fortmd for Illegal acts
and the infertene Is that by the
lynching it is hoped to awe the ne-


gtrw.s


Wat advrtdag isto a hmre whw
yo m bua mse d m wh ar
Sa drtve yo p-iM an n r
to my desre 6e.owes


_ I


Jacksonsille on his way, but it i a
fact that people hate been knoun to
go to Jo)ouv Jagxonville and get
away obl.-r"

Th-. P.-nsacola Journal says "Ther-
vTr- tLhr-e arrests and couictliouL ilj
(ailla- ,%illl. last atek for cruelty to
dumb auluialp. A good work. It
should tH- kept up until eery) bhumau
brut' gains at least the falthfulnepw
and lseialnce of the poor beast bu
delights in torturing "


The Tlues-t'uion "Short Talks"
"ay: 'The wicked Florldia editors
are maklia much of the story that a
burglar who rasacked a Tampa rei-
dc left only a lady's bathlng suit.
But burllars cat be expected to
thiak of every little thing.-Tampa
Tribune.- Of course ot. and burg
Iar ar not expected to cary ml-
crco arod with tho as If they
wor -busolngstes


I '


moop


OI m Dose for Couth

ChM C^ i at ? GIa tdm AynsChalnry,

U L O. a a m a t fa *m us r ih
c I.fdorMYo bM w i acoM or io.ed
Gm r e eard c M e wI or atue c
C k he u. A skc doctor t yoo m Iy md
taMy, Jut wrt h I I to of th old itmdd remedy.
No [. C. -- OW






LEGISLATURE DISPOSED



OF MUCH BUSINESS

TALLAMA&. May 21 -With a eral and Jet pealo to a old
th starting foot to a ld InvestS- Confederate solder or his widow-or
lea. the having f Bthe m Stat lor any bill or me re that will re-
priag p-a iN sad t passage of Tre ad Oeaderateo older to
th Tair State guaranty of bank id make an au dat that be Is a paper
psa measure, te Heoa puta at before rcelving aid pension. As I
b seasm l yesterday. A smber comider ths b unajst to the old
of ohr meas es were actod upeM. Cooederate sldMers end their widows,
Repreetat1 e Kelley of Baker de I vote so, and wish to S0 oe record
ImeOt te state earaty of bank as faeorav s a Ntbel a4 Jt petnsio
depe measue. It wa pleased by law r the old Ce fderate soMiers
a ros to a 1to a. and tbeir wdNow The p rst il
Mr. Hard Inrodted raesoltio is dther liberal or ut, t my
* @e a e m-tee- d* tree to the aOp-is.
Weem tra ees to s ee f say TN 8NMoATEL
o te members o the pHoe s hve aItvmo dll p ed to tar read
b to"e ming sdm me l Sl ed or wvmbrawa was the reee
idto e eMt r me to L made *by the Seate Mena. It
rn"or. Aa. *w e uhardesnt me of the semIn
AMu I mm M r. tMa y-To aa I"- o stre t bt cases made things
w a member peek mere than belee th lendar.
SmiM e t the d at Ameg the mt nportant meas-

aaeerv sdvlk8 lr aut "emtba t Wda e la ord awhk revleo the
the U e W r se e Am dmea a e iarseasad was theeuouse bi by Mr.

aed eer." Bielmi was adopted the rer e ing Iarutes losing
ms Ns Third Meads. property or aus by th*ft.
arnse im N. GMO. by Mr. Newtoa An Important measure Introdlued
--egultin te M of pesm S r mwas the Flournoy ill proven rw
t iers and ereatin a State Bard of coedeat ion in all the schools, co-
easions klees and universities of the State.
Amemo mea by Mr. Wdeli: "Any Among other bills passed to third
perea. who elated Ia tiLs tate ad reading were: The Cook joist res -
servd atively or Sis monAth1 shall lution calling for a revisilo of the
reeve the bm at this not." constitutte: the Reeford bill creating
Ls t. a State orestry eaemsslot, ad pr
Ame.mey t adopted by Mr. BDin- vidlng for the conservation of the
ten to inlele* the value af pesiew forest resources of the State; and the
e's wife's property for aL Humphries bill allowing the Board of
Mny ajmeeda ots nlost nd ruled Com sioner of State Institutions
out of order. to sell or lease phosphate beds lying
Amendmet* adopted to employ a in the waters owned by the State.
clerk instead of having the work of The Senate passed to third reading
the board performed by CoMptroller's a bill which was amended to allow
clerks. T bill passed by a vote sherits to ancept passes. but it kill-
of 41 to 1I. led an amendment offered by senator
Mr. Kelly moved for reconsiders- Humphries to include newapaper
tion today. men. Senator Humphries held that
In the vote on the pension bill. it is a reflection upon the Inewspslper
lion. James e Alexander asked that men of th,. tate to say that they
an explanation of his vote be record would Ab. inzuenced by fr#:e transpor-
ed as follows: Jtation.
"I vote no and in explanation of Senate 1ill No U,.. by Mr. Mrc
my vote will say, as a son of a Con- C're-arv. r,.lating to the. diislotn ,of
federate soldier. I will neter vote counties into road di-trict,4. wa- ad-
for any bill or measure that will do.n: vanced to third reading.



live Oak Man Nabbed as



He Set Building Ablaze


IM .-c


AqP es O of *0resen o r6aco
of Mebarfa Ibry. rys The Tamps
Tribme. w9 really m .loqota tributo
whMc was dotvered by Willthl
J. IBrya at Frederleksburg. Va.. dur.
ila the faImos eampalig of tIRM to
the mother of Washinlton. laid the
noted orator:
Frede.rkcksburg In not a large citt
and yet It Is rich In lacidenta of
rreut historic value. Here the wo-
in.*n of America have reared a mom-
nim.nt to Mary. the mother of Washing-
ton. I am glad to stand on this spot:
I anm lad to f'-f.l the Influncesm which
iurrountd her grave. In a campaign.
elo'itally In a campaign like this.
there Is much of bitternsss. and some-
times of aimu'. spoken against the
candidates fur public offlr. but, my
frweds, there is one character, the
mother a candidate for the ffee-
tkes of all manklnd--asaln It whom
no true mwan ever ttered a word of
abuse. There is oeM name. mother.
which Is never found upon the tongue
of the slanderer- -n her presence all
crteclam is lileseed. The patter
has, with his brush. transferred the
tndscape to the canvas with sth
IdeMty that the tree and ulgras
seem almost real; he has evn made
the tae of a maidea sem stect
with iUf. but there Is oe petuar so
bemastl tat ao paiter Lha ever
bee ableto perfWWectly r4eprde it.
ad tbt ia tae pitre of te mother
boOid ag- ber arms er bab. Within
the shdmdew a this meumet. mread
ta the mmry at each see s, I
bow in hmble mwvemse to mother-
bead."

FtI4N1 WELL.

Thi Is the ti who is most
placs schools aore ctosa or the
summer valcato and the "com-
meements"a otf cbools and collep
are a reminder that thbosads ot
youg people are being gtaduuaed to
enter upon their life work.
To many young people there come
the temptation in the last year of
school to k-t up a little on their
studles because of the feeMng that av
the end is so near it does not matter.
For more than one reason this Is a.
mistaken idea. The last year's work
should be the fittin crown of thi
work of previous years. Then, too.
the last year in school is to be con-
sidered In its relation to the future.
In most caset a ouing man passes
directly from school to hir life work.
As the. ord "conimmnc.nent'" indl-
eatev. hi life. is not clo ing wben ht
l.a\,-~ i hool. It is really oI'wnlin
twforl hitu wlth all itG l nlsbillllk.
and If full.-'t succ.-s in to attend that
lif, he mnu.t h*.. adequately equll'o-1
This mean- that ti;.- young eIr.ot
must flii-h we11 at school in ord.i
to comimuc.- mAll and continue ,'.
in thli l.u-in.'-g cr -ruofession %hitl
hef ent,.r. It is nipt illip-hod but
thoro, ih work that wins

STATE PRESS COMMENT.

The Tanim,.a Trihune 'ay, Mr
ltr ...n says Fraznk .Cark ought
hate\ t*,n.-- enoughh to (uit: but rank
Suouldl hav a hard tim- borrow intg
any of that irtincular brand of 5 Uset
fr mi \W J

Th, South, ru Arus. tma.: "'Tlh:
r-fual of th.' L-i~lature to re-appor-
tion tbhe State in obedilencr to th,
constitution and in compliance with
their oath it a blot upon the record.
of that body

The Pensacola News ays: "Thb:
White Sprlanl Herald does not be-
lieve that a man who is golng to
another world would like to go by


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THE tADllVTLLtD BU: MAY 27, 1909


In comlillance with I:.. ''-eI l ci-I
tom of the a.--,o'i,li' ... sun
day morning.i la, ::.a i ., ill I,.
a menemorial ,*rlee* I at ; ':*. Iir-(
Baptist church at 1 : I, l. k The'
sermon will tI. ii. lir. I i, t ., rc I,.-
brated di i,.*. liei I r .i1, I: Int.
nard of C ('iri r -.\ ;! t : i :* 'l inI
the liulitl hv t 8 It t ..* ri.t
Dr. Pl'un rd, .a h hi.,. a,', ; I lth.
Intitatlon to hdeli%,r thi- tinon. I-
one of the nmost tal ii'el iaindI fi( 1st
orators of the Sti itt rrn lIaptist
Church. one whom it a il h), a tr'eat
to hear. and this fadt I'a!.ie will evrve
to call o:t many..
Invitation. of the nl-t cordlial na.
ture hate betn e'xte..'. I the hli,.il
Camp of C'imfedera':e V\'t*'iar;ll. the,
two chapter of the lPaiehters of the
Confederacy, the Illue and the Gray.
the Spanish-American War veterans.
the Patriotic Order Sons of America,
nad the general public to attend this
se rvlce.
The batallion of the various organ-.
Mations will assemble at the Post
Headquarters In the Dutton building
and beaded by the Gainesville Brass
Bad, who have generously offered
their services, with Company "H" of
the Secood Reliment. Florida State
Troops, action as an eesort of hboor.
will proceed to the church, retrain
nl the same order. The uasal choir
of the church will be augmented by
special music arranged by Col. I. E.
Webster.
On the following day, Monday. May
31st. services will be held at the
cemetery and the graves of all the de-
parted veterans of both the Blue and
the Gray will be decorated with flow-
ers. In addition to the usual ritual-
Itlic service on this occasion, there
will be an address delivered by the
talented young lawyer. Col. W. E.
Baker, the reading of President Uin-
coln's address at Gettys.burg and six'-
elal music by selected singers under
the leadership of Col. I. E. Webster.
Carriages will be in waitingg on the
north side of the square at 9 o'clock
for any Confederate Ve'teran*. Daugh-
ters of Colioederacy and any others
who desire to attend the cer'enmonies
and hear the address- of Col. taker.
Tho*e 'fortunate enough to have flow.
er. are reclue-ted to nalike a di.enationl
for the dcoratrlnlln of the sollier..
gra i's.
Th.e GradA! .rnmyi of Flrila. ait l
pre'-e- it tIa:l*, i ll -T+r i '-1 :it1 1 -e lit (');i1n
nlaitde-r (;.:*r-rl Janm- Skitinner o!
Arcl-,r nil hi- ablE staff. are in a
foll i-l;ii .. (,in, litinli :Ill dJo'iiK nrtuch
to itni'il .tt" i!' priliphl,-'- of fraterin
It%. charit% aindl lo a.l ItYv :nll nli thl e
llhiue and Gray ternss who are still
with Iu-.

Attention, Stonewall Camp.
Th.'- S', II -"a I (el or I '
Vet aellnll i- iiMI <.d h l. I. L \ *'
lace I'ois. 4. A. It. to j ii i t
ment orial .* r', it *" ha lee -I 1'.1 t i 1m
First Iapli.-t 1 ;,::;; o'clt( 'k ioni iS it S'111l.o illiornI
ing; la d all.-o ilMited tIo ;11 ( il'i. .
Uelh Plost oln the Il \t d;a\ lt tr"
cemetery to l. 'ie tl. g r;a .- of
all the' -.,lil :, '- I. t rie'il t. lh r.' f rt
rhages w ill l.. in wa11iting ol the' tlicrth
side' of the lluiret for t i triT
of Stotnemall Canie wIho will g, 'o
thbe c(metelry..r.
Aa many as can should accept the
LnLttloun. HORATIO I)A\`I.
('olmmlliallde r
JOHN C. MUcGIEV, Adjutant
The Elevator w ill pIleas' co,',

A Birthday Greeting
On Saturday. the- 2Jrdl. .4 hoe.t of
Irl.-iudl and relatia',e e,.jo )ned a dr.
llghtlul dinner at the heolle' ofi I '
Manning given by tihe Maniilig britlh
er In honor of their aged anotllher
let.\'nt-ilnth lirthlid Thre'. ,,el-t
and one daughter. fr udi asid rella
tLexs. lxtly iu LuubeL r t, ere' Ire-a'lit
to partake of thbe toothiunle diiteer


and delicious ece crram that *a-
spread under the shade trees l I ti
yard, where it as more pleasant f,r
the crowd.
Elder J. T. Johaoa preached a
very lntereting sermon for the o c
casloa, coenludang with the hymn
"Jesus, Lover of Ml SouL" May (k J
blem the soas and daughter lthb
the preasece of their deurted motber
masy more birthdays They show by
their kind deeds that ter*) have nu
lorsottes the kind care of a mother
A PIlENI L


AN AKRON MAN.


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I L. WI.I.IAX V. MatMN
lMr. William F.*4teee, Tl Cobra ~t,
Akr.n, )(hio, writer :
**I Iave hNon tr-,a'led fore yevsrl
yearo with cataerr* e the a1mct'b.
Have uwedl different patent meditines
to no effRct whatever, and have dooe-
tored c nr.Iderable with family doctor.
"iSometimes his treatment would re-
)Teve me fot a few weeks, but aoull
eventually have to go hack to him, and
that had kept up for several years.
**1 was aWrd tfe eo nMrr, and
have takes three bottles. ever felt
so good la my life. Am going to eua*
tinue *sing It. Wouldn't be with-
out It In the house. I w is-dt Me*
em aw Iu to any one amlicted with
catarrh of stomach, or stoahb toble
of any klad."
The aotve i asa eBepealed story,
Troubled for years with ehronie e
tarrh. Tried different rmedies ad4
doetors to so avail Perana wae ad
tised by friends. Instant -lie expe-
rienced. Oreat gatlitde to Poruaa
expressed. This, In brief, Is a story
that lI repeated o u a great ma
time every year.
No oae eoald bea I toach with er
vast aorrpondeaee fur one month
without beina impresd with the siea
ertty a td trthfulnes of thse kind ed
s~timonals.
Peruan promptly pwedaeea as apple*
ale, corrects digtetUo and relieves
asomahi difkaltbe that have resitled
tber treatment.
-a-gimMla I e l L.


ALITSI3 AAIN ULOST

HEAVLY Y FIE

LARGE AND COMMODIOUS BARN
DESTROYED MONDAY NIGHT.

News was received here yesterday
of another dlestructiee fire at Camp-
pille w which totally destroyed the barn
;and all coiitents of the Campvllle
1Irit k (' -uimpany.
It lia- tIeen olly a few weeks i since
the. iiinl n-. l brick ilant of tlis c-on
co-rn tas d,-rr lr d Iy fire. and It
e *'11e 4 a.' if liutk hi i .-truck tll l in
ratilh r a lihair ul ay. for the total lo.-
ein ill- t o tfire-, Aill reach into ;**e.
i i.il lih ai iil ile lli r.
Ti ,. i il l' irnt, which h a;a. a
larlE .;l1 IIa 1l.ni.',,li nI, two-t..L r
hiil' liil'V. w i!l pire abl. ly I tw a) iu t a .'.
"ii. itsh in, iin-iir i Th h building
i .ii.tin all oll f 'ih tiarneits and as
1,11 tii~sd i Ili' I tn lidpniiya and hiad
jli-t Ii, ,' c ii k,'e d witih all of the- oat
i\ i< l u1.aole Ih Mr 1. eol lo loe'lde'n
a c.,lil (arliel of liaI hlad jut be en
ijl,> iIt in lh bu ildlaK.
The' irl-t knoun of tht. blaze wa"
about le 1 olock oni Monday night
_ I .i "a d irk L t ihe li otilY a short
eI.tanice fruioa tht' rhIcli't wa"1 usaake-ne.d
l thee' askingng lunote of the. fire and
upon intesitigation It war found that
th elintirt top of the building was In
a lleil.i
lie at oti('c wen-lt to the lace aand
thy hard work and with some assist-
anrce managed to drive the seenuteen
head of muules' from the Ipn In the'
buildllit anld a'ee' thebnl, but wilthli
a short uill. it wo uld have i'been Im-
lo,.-siole tee e lte. r the Ilale at all
il.iw the tlr. origil'nated could not
ee. l,..era-d1 T'hi.re' all ire oin uranc -
lilt th l eiil .liKa alil th' lh is Is a
told1l 1)or to Mlr .Leul b!y

Act Quickly


alir \n. i will a'1 )uur-.If a hat of
.uff. r;1,9I .li.l1 t:.,,il0l. If )",u haiC- a
,i.1, ii haill Ir take .old it ou
t. ullr c.ruili or diarrhoe.a dou't
all 1a liiUt Tlakell at ie ailce a (
,l.ille ul (of le P rry l l. ,iinkilll.r ln
a half a Illas of hot sater or wilk
oull II bt lsfe alid on the right road
t.e quick recoery Then u,'ll eca-ev
ie-rious illiese IBut )ou ought to b ha
thiu tried and pro0enu rserd) on band
for ianmedialte use ieing pre*Iared
is balf the battle wben there's pain to
subdue. New ss botI es 3c., also la
bo
Isn't there sometilg whch oaly a
waLt ad can do for you today?


SEIN E


THE CO-OPERATIVE CONTEST.

SDuiness eNa e That Are In the
PlIn Which Will ias Vete
The handsome pianos ad diamond
ring to be given away ia the Co-
Operative Content will be the grand-
est distribution of prices ever offered
In Alacbha county.
Pautie trading with ay of the fl-
lowing store will be give one vote
for every penny spent:
Galnesvllle Furnlture Company.
furniture; Phifer & Morris Co.. cloth
Ins and furnshblna; Galnesville Hard-
ware Co.. plumbing and hardware;
Mrs. F. T. McCormick. millinery; W.
M. Johnson. drugs and nmdicinesc; I..
C. Smith. ,hoes and Jewelry; Mrs. K.
Wilson. dry goods and notions; Saun-
ders & Earle. groceries and feed
tuffs; City lHakery, bread and pastry:
P Y. Hmith. fr.sh meats; Crawford
& Davis. livery and sale stable; The
Sun. printiing and liubli'hiug; The'
lirosn llouar. mn.tal and lodging; N
Franlto-(. I;lainna hion-le. fruits. etc :
l-'.dll,- lifl (',,. lmai e-r and d building
naterlal; Standard Fertilizer Co..
firltilizer
Votes will be given on all orders
for jol prlilting at The- Su. office'.
and on uhbscriltioas as follows:
The Daily Sun.
$1 2t.. three noniths subscrlltlon.
old hLbs, #.crit-rs. 7To votes.
$.i., six month' sub criptlon, old
bubrcribwrs. 1,2'M) otes; new sub-
crllH.-r).. l..' o f \(eals.
.'-, one year's subcriptlion, old sub
scritwrl, 3.500 votes; new subscrib-
ers. 4..00 votes.
For a club of five one year subscrip-
tions Ibefore 12 o'clock noon. Aug
N1. 109), old subscribers, 30.0 1
\otes. new subscribers, 35,000 votes.
For a club of ten six-mothbs' sub-
.criptliou (tw-fore 12 o'clock noon.
Aug IN. 1~90), old subh votes; new subscribers. 35.000 votes.
There Is no limit to the number of
clubs each contestant may secure.
The Semi-Weekly Sun.
$1. one )ear's subicrtption, t5o
(ot, I
For a club of fibe one year subacrlp-
tlon. ,'.104) o ute'.
There is no limit to the number
of clubs each conesltant may secure.

A little want ad. wlU aeoampltu
big results.

UIE AUL S Ft4lM
,.aa I*e r"s aBl fee- z A11s0s rFeel
swe Is rselt oeooe e d.s Mo f
swea by fal bnM Wi slla e ls


rfbi OODM A ws
"rno ALB = (Nar Le Oe. Irv
IsIS sdrer gt~se~rrseuL~4Jt
~~s~Yd5*PqLLII f C~h
b MY 1?mrr rd ~


GLA. L SIJNDAT


OR. BORING WILL BUILD NW
RESIDENCEI OOLN

Invitatioen Isied to Marriage ef Pop
olr Yeug P *eplO-OtW
Notes of IntereLt.

WALDO. May 25.- Dr. J Boring
has purchased the Joe. Jones lot and
the corner lot adjoining, which is dli
agonaUy acroEs frim the Waldo
iHou-e., and experts to build a resl-
deance on them in the near future.
Mrs. L I). ligi r is visiting rela-
tives in Meridian. aMi.i. and will ac-
conil'any her son. Harry. boile from
school there. Mbl.s Sigler is Ir
charge of the tore melantimne.
Relatii\es he re of .Mrs. A. Jolly of
Orange lHeights have beiUen it-ing
her, a s hhe ha be-.-U quite' ill.
Mr. Wmi. Anin and Mr. Dixie Har-
rils wre' rec('eti) unmarried LIn Jackson-
S1ll< The Kroonl has been in the
'ein ;! )y of the A. I.. railsay here
for s5ie ral ye-arr and(ls a brother
of our towusnian. l. .1. Agin.
M.Sr. I. N. Morris iJtte'd her son.
;,-o. I'. Morris, inl Galireslllek and re-
turneid saturday.
1 Ht. l etcher, the baker. ri out
again after a severe Illness.
James Case, the oldest man of our
town, lI on a visit to relatives In
Hartford. (Con.
Mrs. Walter Wlls returned to
Taimpa Monday after a visit to her
parents. Rev. and Mrs. D. L. lran-
uall. and to relatives at Starke.
Invitations have been sent out to
the many friends of Miss Oracle Belle
Gelger and Mr. Edward William
Lunegan to their marriage at the
Aethodist church on June let. 3:30
p. m. Miss Gelger is oe of our must
accomplished and popular young
ladies.
Mrs. M. A. Redd has returned from
a lvilt to her relatives la Jackaso-
tille.
Ir P I). Illrks returned to lHawk
nltille. UGa, sunday, after a visit to
his part.uls. Mr. and Mrs. D. Hcks.
and family.
Mrs. J W. Morgan of Karke spent
Sunday with her prests here.
Engineer Redgrate returned from
Atlanta and resumed bhi duties on
the 8 A I1
Rev. Wm. Pugh married Mr. Morris
and Iau Puads of Hatchet Crkeb
lat week.
J. B. Kesaard. J L Neal and R. C.
White west ea a iabla expeditklo
e Lake bata e* a felw ay ageo
Waldo is pecsar io some reepecta.


SlRMON TO BE DELIVERED AT
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.


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COMPAT



We are displaying a pefect
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PORCHRIOCKERS


PORCHI RUGS

VUDOR Porrh SHADE

HAMMOCKS

CREX and MATTING
RUGS

REFRIGERATORS


OIL STOVES


and best Wood Stoves ad
Ranges sold in this metion.
Finest line White Spread.,
Sheets, Towels and Pillow
Caues.
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EDOINS MPG. COMPANY SECURE
CONTRACT rOR PINItSING.

Work of i ninticlrl ng nd dIfniile,'lng
the l'Iii \ rtl| l.t ildings will Nim
nc7-e'' at mnee. the contract for the
needed intrilr\eni'nt9e having .lrledd)
Itw.n awarded.
The successful bidders on this
work anas the Eddinl Manuf.1 turning
t'(.mln|lany of thi. city. and thev will
iput, a florc' of nmeln uon the hulldiung.
hy the fir-t of the conting w*eek and
conlmplete those already erect
,d at the t'nltersity ground.
This contract jroIldre for te e comr
pletion of liuckman Hall and It will
require a number of weeks to com-
plete the contract. lteside the car.
center work. the entire building is to
IN painted and stained on the inside.
which will add very materially to the
attractiveness of the present quarters.
Thomas Hall Is also to be repaired
and falshed up In frst-tlass tyle.
Cement ors are to be placed in the
bath rooms. the wall ar to be re-
platered and na all the entire bWld
nlg will be overhauled where It i
found necessary.
This is only the art step taken by
the Board of Control In better equlp-
ping and arulrain for the comfort
of the stdeft that attend the Uni-
verlty, ad It an beleed that vor
will commel e eo the etber lrge
bueldlHn before the end at the smw
mor.
With this work started, the ederml
building now In program ad a
score or more resid e being work-
ed upoa. shows that busaluas is good
it OGatevle even during the dI-
eat eason, of which the merlchita
and people generally are very thank- IUU
ful. .


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an Seme'I@ e Sildsngs.


WTr. k: Th ge ard of Control held a
Ao S be snby M&anenaamw- beafe" e mesmi herfe Monday at
m i isTev ~ Gus. b. Emtt hu b the regular audtijiag Wf bill
FftwC n -- I wW& b th* We of asi etkcr emuers au&* up fur at-

4d is ILA MF. the arobsiown haue The maubers preset a this o"r
vumem es t'- tI --g the 1s Am were N P. L'r,&L' I a--v!
mg t o a wbehekmaeea Inchskma. IL LWartmann. Cttra; P.
mbeti f1lt et ha*lag aaJr K. TAous. PTo .ensacola. and Seren-tar:
segia (tthe ea o4 dthe 7wePs- Pro Toe G E Campebe-ll of Tallahas
Sr I& M&hsee. who & aacting for eerearyY KEA-
Tb. pvr.l oS rhe pM. w" B ft Imowhile be is attending to his do-
P Winummobo aa waqe. are sow hsa It e t b mpka of the eikulatzurt
ed'eethog IW kItoe e'vat Z4 e tde, Usattoding te ngular roe
n m H mm K kbo bvadve'ni4 a ri 'a.oine. o tb b,-s:d the m-m-
suff hagi t Urn.. tha-v @hwill brenare here for th*- of' rp*' sA b*
S h (be &.w e seMpfOrgialla- tag prese at tb.a l. &-fjr*eaj-r. -v
Una. Th. e mmnf r wasa*- .ree ad I&d to bcxk c,%.-r th- graRds
sed uA r Im sgthwhi wa ssug- d "belodiags with a %4a to coi
Ooeud by Owe my very abL. r55.ta m#u.nacig JeZious at some time it
*Ad *y O th*1tUd ISWta bureau h o-ear future.
me Ustafde. chu ese"Od that k While t# bord I- nos-uaciittl.
rn vws muhtr es r v O oher't I- .1 a n -rally b.-li -.
makes .o sillar grades sabolotzd SiA U cn m&-nc c CPAr2.L 11- 1-
from eih'v matarWsi rtAs atev .iat!'-a, d ;,.:gtt~g froa


Ighw li- no sobi:yof
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be SOVIRrft 1* 08" Lb* ARMUNI&M
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OM I rs" M me ~ e.a."o

-0 sea m Um m"40 tb*e
weft 1 f isby ou r.
Ow. -WMMV W&O-s (bUSe b tikm


a remark Wna'le- ,.. or of ith-m to
A Mun rt ;.'.;''r M ,' : i- u th.u htl
that amour firt r iJld',tr. nea-
strutepd will b- the administra!fo-
and4 ar-ee bUldings. brAb of whlie
ae very badly Deeded at the ptr--
eat time. This member of the corm
mltt- stated that the main lmildian
of the rf and Dumb Institute at St
Augustine Is well under way and
everythia is favorable for its earl)


Folios lg bthe


lisld ide a ,, l. .rjnUrAt that will tI obtained from be present at the Cole
th- muaufasrure-. or.u as tar. oil for the next few 'ap
sh4d turi e ri'rr
Mut h adte rtlisi.g i'pa'r- hba already If you want to feel
i* r. *I.k s, f,.r In this p-ci al -ditklIo andl be ell, take F
4f TI., H4s14, a4d It in irolosed to Remedy. It toes up ti
r ok it 1,,- ,fd the .-ry te-st editions bladder purifie the
stores bhalth and strewn
*.r iJr..-d 'a ,t this offitre, print t' take nd contains
r. *ai'r la.itl tra r-pt"le tIo live It drJas. Why not couim
* l'l. lr ruleit o throughout the H. McCollum & Co.
espAthi r -


HAD LCCX A'RnSTCC.


Hensen Has Warrant lised for At-
tempted Murder.
Irre Wednesday's DUay Ita:
V J oIe k of WlH'cox. poi ml~aser
isil I.aerrheant of that pla L aumoag
i'*- ,. ltorm to the c it). havln c omeu
Ito asi.ser to k airrant which bwa
iau-'il lorr his arrest
licoosas,. Ihe. *leir lt i bilui he I iI haad aid ari a few
* 4-kli 1ti sl and wao aa ouly) re-
c(tatll) rle-.a. -d fruIu rustody in Jack
aesastlle' udid afterwards rleka..-d uu
ot**r Iodi fI ,r Is s irI'',sa- r;au ,e 'rt- at
oi 1- t0 i- m e of r i:ut I- ths* Iasi h
silit ..0l lite warrant is n ilo i hargins
lo aoan il as.-iil e I | *< ur r
'Ihls t e- *a III doul \rr\ Ilil.Ie -at ll il Oi e. lia d *sil b
a alich-d with Imuch Ilnt-.rest

If ), U de'ire a clear co ipleloI,
1i 1 v 'ile. (Print)o I.xatite for con
*tllallu and liaer trouble as It wll
stimulate these orgass and thorough
ly clae your system. which 1 ,
*bat *er)oub* nec-ds l the spring i
order to ferl mll. J W McCollua


One who Uves I f raltbed roo
e be pretty '"dpedeat-dr the
d&. beep the Ib V he had witiN
1*1 neek


ir Its worth mor to
,han to you-no matte
a waut ad. will be a La


c-xi-rt i.- ho-r.- r.t.


Tallahassee to
*ge for Womn n


well, look well
oley*s Kidu-..
he kidrl -)e't at,(
blood anid re
gth Pl-afant
no harmful
enice today J

) someone else
r what It la-
od Investment


Many Ills come frou Iimlure btIod.
( aI,'t bha.i e ure l loi:d lIh fault di
.;rtlan. lazvy llr alid aluitglh bow
c'lI Iturdi,, k IKt 1k Inttler. *trcngth
ens tomanihh. bowrel. and li'-r. and
iurlfLe the blond


THE HEW HAT SHOP
(l poi;t' Brown H ,!iee


EVEI:YTHIN ; NEW


I.AT,, ST' F'AS, IONS


('all aireuil ald see lhow far
jist a little money will

go with uS.


IThe Plc ve Money.
The Place to Save Money.


T L Pkt~tt P* ,*'" "'P rrti
i-A faiyr oV 7-' fta!-k and
agatist T ft Pqrk-f
P '9; R 4dFn
3'btl 9 Ae'kia Ck.i4rCt4.a r.
W 35FPROV)ME.
Attorm'y for PMa:f:-f

uOwLO4LUEC "9 WTY..n I3.
18 fhe CVft Cer. PI'rtI' JI 1. r-
Ak h3 Cmlii F'w'Ma-OP fS1ae'eO-O
T entds lT W'TIW 0' va JJ P,,ft
it at &I -Fre'.aae of U60"taw c*g,
fthileatims
It spwatlme hi avl k @o to tbe NO
flw to #b ea show* 6Rd ame tbJ.t 3&
P. Ioi. Jr ad iJ. 1PGradft %m*/%wc!eam
,aet% #I sea"at- Pea ror o i eto of A*
N.tmt of 4o elowo &rd I mare d au -A' be
'Ute '- C.~&.ret The mo d 3 P b 3 j1
ai1lh a to A401. Gl.e-i. S sao J V 'r axea
r, arem of sc. (ol ". sai a b"t I've
hIo ofI Ios I -oneTomes t %h er, a ,A
pe tvsmesheOfto ate um w UP -I 'tofa
muubeee WiVO W '1 'web eeea w s bf3
thevefe" amt tad stha Mod redeu
detevdmusia e act bei am bhugq~v-,
&wow to 00 M of lAOMD = ale
esme a t or e 'm N-f CA A !' It 2 of
o*a'QA. ID. 3MV. Metbwvtm fe shea*I
umae ofaid bwil e sekes as Iea wced
oisd oweaeals
If i mur-her euweod that tbe wIec t. ret-
'ibeo d a (ie aWeak 1. 'r *I* weea
weeba is The Gatte-CltiS m a a wmewmw
pubbhei Ia t id oo"at UMd Maf
71a AI gqA St" 11
ma RW IK'GV.A. Ork Oeaft C. ---
A tuw ep-w qi( *-! a
ALPS b P W k'?.;rS'6 (l0-k C2-cit(C'0W%
T &U Ja LU mslr o CoL;.zA aI
HELL VIM rOHVAV
Ia tw Cte'cts Conn. c hr a bj~*e -"
Al-thea Cb a. V'4:004. at C&A.-ey-
3 5.ola w: vs epa i KeLvr Do-
(weer of umt M fo Ir Mgmv*a
It 941*Wi be bq tIo attvi Id wttb* b
Sd ta V10 abuse aa'ad v a mhe LAimrrs
Kel l eK- t e e"vam ba usm m isa
gw.. 'Yrdat of ai rCt5 of rYt. f s 1:*
?-be"- I the (1' Nsavaes4 It U* %tam
o f Gwals Ord 1a e I- &V w ba it
.!4 %-ta t o- O ita e t V0 W VWOf&a
Tbm ."e io ewer ib ea& of msosU ase *
sb shes~f se a'Ee rcd abot am o a o-Md
-t soi s the M sf (eIabs e-Y es m .
&VCreat e 2: or .0 Is her-" '090 ket to
oceaaa mas 4w .' m ma the ia daT
I j W*A 1A46 *%bet eV 20 410aLAW&-
*mof 4A 0 br. a Lb W asasmm mrs
-4i @am doeome~mm
ItIis sh thoeo'atha t -be h ae re q--
b9dam a sceemort.,w AVe.xbaja's
weeks 0 9 Te (.Wai i e tm. a spawm.
me- v base-ad to agmed minsad itato
r Ka' *Y c Ir rl~
U WI!p CAEr ps C Ce f t$ (dw~
IMi 31 %_L EV a QDc
A true cori P* irs
be.., b. U WJL.DE (T C (Altt Coen
W M N (HEVOI4 D
W 14 DOW W".%CTck lur `rwt
1"CK( OF APrUCATWCV FVR TAX
DWI l`r)z %Ec TIn 'P *aor CB A PTEB
a'. LAWS LW MLS'IJI'A.
Nue* isvcby civet that a, a a re. :. r.
gparel.-er o Tat Cert!"ate No bIt
th e tb h 8 of AasetL A U.V
hba l-eOd tad "MrLZstcaI4 m if
&Wd La made 6 l't'JCAL.4. foe ttt detd '.-,
mat in aClit & vo _h .3 ?) ar C' ? t!&L
eatracp. the a I0.u1U. d-cr t44d
*4 4 19, 0A SIL a r %I t .v.VWble
p% ob' L,& i..t-.r t4Ji as t*.M o! 0,4'
1'e -C P%:. .3.CC t1 C a t IJ6 the d..
~Li e~r. e rL Ce ii' caic U. %h L.1.C
,i fJ H hie.uabh
Vta a sruat cenlatea a.. he rd~et e 1 es
CoMA'Ind t10&dW 141 det vit UM LC there&0
Lbe 2ad day of Ja te % Di ro 9L
WttI aca o a U7mts1.ut b, d tea. tb.
the Idt day o May. A- D 19
1.. H WIEUNjIs
rd Cerk CIrcrut C mr% Asehua ta P.
Hr H. it S HIL'. Fs 1' C
GOToCK or APPUCAT PuB 'TAIL
IIZLU UNDER5 2IMOM P Ur TO CHMAPT
-. LAtb o rYWRZKIA
Notce bi s ereby #Ivan that K L K C.,ar.
urckmawr o tTa a Cert tes sNo M dated
tbe 0th day ofeImt4o A 1A ID baa Li ed
06id CefUrGtiIct It IMa F UUead b"a ma&de64-
P. asts mtutet-11dr#4S so1 hoeta tedbma
o tie aw aid corti. wea embrsc the o too-
awltpw described is sperty awuatcdtm A~aehga
counst. Floruim tooit
*- u of Se Spe 1,L Tr L to- o t se C*%
I besaid laud heamcmed at LMe&atep %pi
the hsuaamee of ue borusate im n same of
uItoa 4' Is 06we
Lcalom maw orrSeate aaU be redoemd ae
re'! ?1 o '-1W. ist "doe W e1 me he re oa
the 111d "I Of J 4. A. a IU&
WIusa bM oei W desature mWsawl siy a
t1-9Idaiof May. A I aD O
b H. Wl919;"
Sod Cj~abC1rMd1V4u.:AIs2hs.sV
(. AN. b. t AikA" U I-

.Gswa Emi..r a Su pr.


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Uu~isaghe dThehum al?(MxI)V Arrvk JNINX 1%. low


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All of the rnaw s re swo eom-
oLet Mn4 cues frrm thle amc are in
bh hmads of th* ensraver. so with
t very short whilL The Sea will is-
* a ; s ,ral Prom ut r rs' ltlk.
*how rsa the rade.l t of p J r and Iso
4d-rtkUaII (G ila*e.lle tia very sau b
-far fal r.-nr t-r
The- matter for this puhtlilaticr i*
low being pre-pared and it *ill sitse
ia detail l.- rert andt expe-rimints
,if lbw- (;,jsergm-r et relce-rnig theY
rrnaufaltur f lpaLIr from the piae.


P Tan 3p


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('()RI(E(,,r STYLESP~















TdE GAINENVILLI 811. MAY 27. 1909 7


ALL WHEELS STOPPED


ON GEORGIA RAILROAD


C Miete ne-Up Smoy amd te Strbf Ml

Wait for Ralrad Compay to Act

AU'Gl'TA. Ga., May l .--Tli (;. -r I1 ,. ..- T. :r n: r'iiton. art,
gla Railroad was nni :I n N It .-f!. t. 1:i : 'eI p aw .v Iri.% n .iani g l rln tg ,f
last night. The nmana.r im nlt (! i i t it'.- r o i tll, .i : ri ...'I o ;i;..*' .
try to move trains. ~ti,;.l .1. 11; 1, I .r ii -: l. Ing that it has thhe nit 11. (ithe.' i;I.11' "\'' i'ali t a k1: ke :t railroadt
and the equipmiment to I r **l at'l wi ll' : .rltz *, r \. tt I ,t I aIll." d cl.r-
do so he ii th,. S at., ;111,n ,::tc t- r,-.ily I h V I' '. !i !' *ti K,':l y.
to protect it ti prnlrt) andil .nilo).l-. A flreliian is r'-l)rted toI have. twen
The strikers are t.indini I it. They 't"I fr,nl a switch englie in t!1.
a.tsert that they hate I: t be n antId 'eorgt Railroad yar;d ye.terdayv.
wil! not he partles to uan violence. Straggling crowds gathered at the I'm
Symtlthizers with the strikers. It iloN Station evrye, time a Georia
set out. have done all the hurt that train was due to arrive or depart. but
ha- bhin ,!nime. as there was nothing moving oa the
General Manager Thomas K. Scott line they mo disappeared.


last night made the announcement
that "no train are nmovfng." (over- D ;Iatvm Frv A Firemen.
nor Hoke Smith wired the sheriff of ATHENS. Oa., May 24.-After Sat.
.MlDuffle county to o-operate with urday night's experience In which sevr


the municipal authorities and to aum- eral men were urtn y the Iarowinag
mon all deputies necessary to protect of rocks at Will Williamson. a white
life and property. It is in this coun- remainn on a Georgia train, every.
ty that Thomson is located and it thing in quiet now.
Is at Thomson that the crowd Issued A Georgia train made the trip to
their ultimatum Priday night that no 'nion Point Sunday morning and
trains should pas carrying either returned but did not go out In the af-
non-union or negro aremen. Gover- ternoon. the engineer deemnlg It a-
nor Smith has also apked the sheriff safe. Williamson quit his job and
there to keep him fully advised of two detective Bred the engine.
the situation.
Praeiht *hipments Hnte4. One QOe iaT Train Reachea Mas n.
The Governor has also wired the MACON, Ga.. May 24.-Only one
sheriffs of Rocadale and DeKalb train over the Georgia road entered
contleas. giving them information Macon yesterday and ao train was
*' rocked at Conyers and Uthonia and due shortly after eleven reached here
urging upon them prompt action far after four in the afternoon.
the protection of the railroads em- Strikers at this point remain In ab-
ployes and property. solute quiet and there Is no apparent
Prom the office of the Georgia Inclination to raise a disturbance.
Railroad here last night it was an-
nounced that all freight accumulated A Smlel
at Atlanta for Augusta and points is a pretty ard thing to accomplish
beyond will be onu .d by the (C'.rtr:l when you're blue. billous and out of
and Seaboard. The (;.orgta road orts. There is a sure cure for all
freight station her.' w ill 1.. olwn to- kinds of stomach and liver complaints
day for delivery of ireight to( cou constipation and dyspeppla. B I-
saineea. but shiptlrs are' rti.eq.ueted lard' tHerbine is mIld,. yet absolutely
to withhold all bhilpenins until furt- ;effe('tie,. in all cases. Price 50 cents


er notice. After ths tidiliiiittinag ho%%
couilolete is the' ti.---ip ti* rw:idt%. o -
T he f.(-.I"Ll -1d 1, ::.1:!1 i!)
not)hinlgthat t- is lit-,* a r'
r'1.hil uitip lol



The Gvorg..t c'cta ih oa- i k I-.Ind
laing f troip a A t L! I, tti.t % too A, .I. aii
In aii lit-it at Ca lia.k to N Ie ill .1
iVarnittt top at I kiktiil, ;t

1111011 i 'iit to tI.9 i I I ;t i- x


Illio. I () tlt i- t
1 4.4 011111.111 t -1 1 1 1 (
2.., Bleli h6.1.-ta110 -eI ~.. 1,.

trains rvi% re It, IU 1,41; 1'% a
roll uas '-' *'


Firemen Stand Pat.
AUG(;UTA.( Ga .iv 4 :A-Th- t ak
1114 ttrcint-iili :i% iet.-rett hlut, Ino lit,
got hiatiloni. Vhict-ei're'sitIlit Kt'Il.Y
atate'd lWIIIKIII tIhat P-4) far a? he1
;A 4% heItld )'.ta-riI~a hut it w;i0 t hi

A im4lie-n1g ofe tit-- lot al orgini /.1illotj
Weds held y.-.tacretl% hul it sa.- thim
*-gular nhtintiiI (' inumulcat ioii
V-. lige-, i and the strike ua, dk
iiteesedd u ji inc-idenltally.
The Arruien are sinijaly asaithlig di-




TELEPHONE





covert h mott, w Brooko-
vilir; "a t t (ala &ju tbe-
omial; wit to suWanne R1.
w; irth to Alachna. High
a&al Wortingt-on 'Prins,
etau Ji(ad, epA a.. -wassil-

11UWX, PH01-il"ATZ MINKS.i
STILL. iuiAW.MIUI.L %and F&IRU
MI u-- rd Aa~l5I
kr Ow lonw.


FM mTim-l-wkM s


per bxottle'. Sell by W. Al. Johnson.

r.:: mirls of Oratory.
A I -q-e- h e II :,':.r1tM eit
"I ~~c! 'it.1 )'i rc a ii' im'r;) h:elel ?-e.'ir
11'1 .:4,li t k-11 ti l li'hail epart e4
It. Bitt I ii~ '. 'tle-vttt l ImIl ed mtyc
-Wuardapj.gta' ~-alr.


RICH RED BLOOD


Means Rosy Cheeks, Clear Complex-
ion, Bright Eyes and Plenty
of Energy.

W hla.t ,!... mll. re.d ,lx ld iaiean'
It l), ll |.tli lib lty, iiln litioil .
II ).fitlIf li-s'.. .r ii cnt .Inc ai. l ,ev% r.v-
thing worth li iiK for.
lntt >i c a l tlia.%a nich. r d bloout,
If '.,our dih o !'. 1 i ll ol,. rl'-t it 0.J
%\,our ilio ti- i i, 1- rt.f iul im pt|,r '. I t
i 11 a li:f -,1 i 1:1.1 ll lr i. ul i ,-
ti mutni hi ll "I I, .i' aitl i .- ito
b.-l Sit fI. r I .;;I i- t ff t t ildli
g. sltli llit a Ila dtl i irul l Ih' *h',e JKhit
Il ;affa-< t(al
if outi hajtv illdiga'-tii l tr Ull. .' wllt
)11n of stolilat'l distr11e-is or aaony)
J %\' .Mc'olluii "& l 'o il si ell ou )u
a mighty good relAm.d) for o cuts.
anld gtuaral:te** t to curt' or iwne.yf
hl:tt k
T It. ,.i ., i ) I ., tlla Ml.N ', tIa Il-
iow e ful. r 't ,ll- rut !i.% at t i, l i :ll WA
th. -I.i.l .. I, 1.- 1 lttle 4I t if m anr I
til- It t-10 U Up 'rt i. i- 11 I'i'-
i] h, 'i. l i t u.'a l af a I f t ," | i ,
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l'earbstIln C jrm ,, ute llolltt
Mj % ,1 'Ir luill ('U I ts 'U | 1 lrt






tS wsh.?%o 6 -lah
T'Mr T iooldw W- t*'


FAMILY CURED OF 'AC SW
TAKE NEI I.IO

S KIN TROUBLES OLD LAUNDRY BUILDING SET ON
SPIRE SUNDAY.


" """


Enterprises to Be Started.


.M!l('\NOl'Y. .M!.o .1 Th. .- Mira
,l"l' .Itlli I, i l i i11 S o Mi l l 4 l)6 d lan t
TlhiIr- aIftr ain 'I eight Iimoat h'

ThIr f)ollowinK ig il lilWT.ire awarded
dllloimasi for ha.intg completed the
Junior course: (;ra-e ollow a:..
Anita Tliramh, r, leon Thr;Faihir. ('ar-
, e l1 \'\alkiii aindl Jolhat Itrr \%.atkin
Th.e priniipal. MliPs (' Wa rt .ro (;a nil Fi a ril.~ ~ (;r.a'
FoIgK. th I flr-I arlt;llit will |Hinld
the- l-Ullnir I i the K- tl.
The i chlldlren all w-.ei, glad to *.'
out of <-h(ool a4aiin.
T. t ;.lain. llm Vauul i. llle Co(r-
, ". g~.a' I. rfiirlmalliun at Featr.l*r'-
Hlall on Tlhursla. i stIll i Quite a
I re (l H a- tl (,' .* *" t ,* liht1 ,. A.,.<
.ill ',J Iin t' J.,. tI li -*l. ,'' *a \"
hIIe th 1 will 4,>li. UKailli
SI kd llun SA latr r wa lt in towri

Th. mincagop>) iSlroults" sent up,
tIo Ila Ith- (.ainoi.Illl.. Ilud-t' 'Frlda
\We bh ar thel "',torourl, showed the
Iidn how to Ipla% ball.
Mr ('arlton h' bri k buildui Is
thoualng ul iri-tt sell It Iwill t
re a '1 f ,or o ''-ci|tl' Il'. Jul) I i
\\% h-tu rounil,'-t*-d t a ill be oune o
he- ilt '# '1 hIJild liKg Il t li
\\% thi ,.lo.trio ltl htin a (ertalulty. a
tiio illig <,rkls .arlt r,ad:. fur bi i-
i' 4All 1< 0' I 11411 t lllli e,' *r.,
..- iillil illi t<* (a l Ilk. t a ian tput it1
4 tA it% I air- ha l ll lAte-r on
A tolialiu *o 0 1i0il.4d ui I t Al if tlt' Atlalit I C (' IA lo.M- Ill
)JA kls)iiMllt"aU4 l kt a' tk li, .0*' if I "
Iraiir kt itl l tL .i N u i aud I ',Oula is I
to. run iilt, Mil ot tii- Ini< I Il-,)
,.alli S&ili tA d to thi if s I lilalug
Iall ed- .rriAi,'d natllfa'ltor. tet Ithe
I ri iPportall gto de.partIuel-
1 .. itraidard (01il ('oli.ay Is Ire-
pAril Ip build a la kh b-re sar-r the
'oarl IU*t dirlauo
j v O liU is home agatl aler a
few 4a)a us the rued
MmI* Price and BaldwtW of bM
lIsl h are isatta heen r a fee


Two Little Girls had Eczema Very
Badly--In One Case Child's Hair
Came Out nd Left Bare Patches
Father's Had Sore from Child-
ood- In All Three Caes
I

CUTICURA MET WITH
ITS USUAL SUCCESS

1 have two little. irl wrho hae here
rniih ed very badly with e"wma. One
of them had it en her kwr limbo. I
did evrythinl that I oumkl heir e for
r but not give in until warm
weather when it wwmingly mtwided.
The et winter whr it hirame rki
Mater the rm tated again and
ao in her hed whee it would ake the
ir out and Wae bem patew as bara
as a quarter of a dollar. At the ame
lime arms wwe som thei whoa.
akthof thd i I took hw to a pLy-
skra and he said that she had two
dinstt typar of erms. I c ntinued
with hm for several wks and the
dcld w"wr m all of th t im. Her
loaw' w omem also sosmd in tbh
same way. My hbbiead came born
ow day vith a box of Cutieam Oint-
amit ,ad a oaa of Cot mm Snap. I
a U sing theme ad also th Cluu a
P ad by dte tUm. te woned ot wam
d their skin Wras soft ansd msooth a
I had aot btw etoee or & wtlnsr.
We hMp th Cuia. 111 a--nd Cuti-
*c 6161Wmi eastatly by w and
whm amy MNl m ori ar rUlstt
aKm a Ln ew t a I l aty dtvw, Is
bha med thei with mat ilHeory
ndb fora -somh we- ham -mb
VLbiftd tIl e0 10m VIM^ d kINW D
( tka 1m h- h- ci th. mla
-. Afs Ms. Me, t. lA, 1.S.*M

klr iHmot flias ee at Io aD
medW- nor s for t atw dml dip
mfiag hsm i si n sad ,
and OUL, CvO Mr e r IN pcd
of wior a b-intig withl It. pre-
& byl oa 'hoe o-N But CsUCina
aad oflawd by mid does of
dIC u 4 % L ter a 0 -11 ot to a ff o rd
I-mmeiato ne i tbhe mrat dbtm in
ormMs of t mcmIn ad early
hwumuo -f ab d lb
atlorn. Pemtw and deep end poit
to a dy ew wheei an WeM.




ECANOMP SCUML

CLOSED FOR SEASON

FIVE PUPILS AWARDED DIPLIMAS
FOR COMPLETING COURSL

Performance by Gainesville Vaude-
ville Co. Good-New Businaes


IFlNAU- IDW3
a


AFTER



SUFFERING



ONE YEAR

Cued by Lya EL Phko
ham'sVegetsahMeCo pu--
Milauk, WI. i-"Lya K 91*
ha's Vw to ale lom--des
w I
ted I wewen wdS


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Blaea Wa Oieseverd In Time and
Extinuishe" With the Chemi.
eal Engt"ne*.

The City Council should take some
action regarding the old laundry
bulldlnx hlc'h "ao partially burned
and ha'e ti torn away. an it .sems
to be bothering someone a great deal
in its present plate.
Sunday morning at about 4 o'clock
It was discovered to be on are sear
the center of the buldins and there
is no doubt that this was the work
of Inceadlarlee, for there was d oc-
casion to bave any Are about the
blldilg at all solace it was rat
tr nd.
Ina ts preset shape It is a eye
sore and the owner of the fragments
should be reqoared to tear it away
and stop this action o the party who
Is evidaetly determined to have It
placed out of the way.
This Is not the only bulldla that
bas been Gred la this viltlty, aad
ame tepa sabouild alS a b lk to
watch aot fr the culprits ad arrat
them for this oflemae, which I a ast-
oan oR. A disastro s Ire tis
lamediate te rrlory w i etall a
great loas to a ar imber wof pee
ple.
Only the two cheb il eaglass wre
relred to esxtingab the fre, irJ
lucilly It was daseoverd by te
albgt pollema In time to awaa
the Arme. wbo amn iat ml a
few feet distant

days.
W. R. Abste lb ha maed into his
new bome ust oppaaat the Ta wll
la Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chambertis o
Tacoma were an towa laturdey.

ThM bw> of dIe, ood em
An the experismat as the Gorve
mint hod epewts ad te athlatt
trains of Yale Univenity paov
that cereal eaters ar the mtroam
and healthiest. Quaker Oats ataad
at te bead uf th stt of oamal food
It is not oly the bet food. but it's
the cheapest food on earth. Packed
is tins it will keep sweet and froe
aa-whee indefinitely.

The Alternative.
"tf the window had I-en *el;ht f'lt
from the grouuld," puted tIe( r ). I
wife. "lnFteasd of eight st.*rl. I'*
have thrown myself out uhi.i vy. t
quarreled with irer. Tlheitn i'el havt
bald to ie sweet to itp e Lcwhenl yo
pi kd f ."l *f *. I*ve ailItelrll t
suitikle. tli.ev ;.v. ju tl to ) 14e i :.'
,* Y\ s." I :>l I'. *"% t : :
d& n't c'oli a.'. r, cri :..! Tr" Ne'w Vlr

E r utlJ. friend -Dr. Thonma
lE. rl ne (il1 ('ture.. toothache,. ear
t*"Ie. tr- it ronal I e (uts, bruila .'


The s**t Adviee.
If .s u 11 r. o ii t 1', e .Ur.t l.h ..,.,

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CASTOR ;A
All hI Y Ntvlr A p il|


i'rt I% 2


Street, North.


. Ilionl 1


Screen Deer


Figures


It is cheaper to kep

out fies than it i to

pay doctors' bilk.


sre nw un .... h q It
glbb In--h I h a ft

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A inWtt-PaUWU a EdiUb

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Sfnm her km Maat "A e
l p pe n11d the~i mo osl fe

g so do&eI- oe ton toJeebI.




id* l oed oft Mreta. bi ler d

nm-| aiom lo fo ay ohe agm m
I l-an Mw hos Mae. w l ome.





4d ai n ah mo mmfe met o.
" edeu Veufits he dmrugnlses




MWsede ". e ih--iseI at the
SMeisse. e wl bring this trip
. hg0 aom of artWletal eyeo
Mrs. s,. Ladwlg of Ties was shop-
ias the s ea ~. S e
Jed 0b army o "'ve huaors"
a-- se wm"lug wta & vm foBrh
jur. Miss MaWh.. who is me
f 0 iadere ethe btoands t-

am lto be gt Im awIn I h Wester
drit .


- -- I itaM f u

__. L Amat a MWIemopy

a---m be vtwlmt to Oa Iy, t h
g" Ol frmlm.
Mrs. J. 0 Rico of HIg~ prlaP ar-
rlod Il ahe I tyr estwey Wr a short
Sto a rtoives.
N3M. W. P. O p y shaperoed a



ae birn. es and t a
f ie-USam a W. I. iet ,


IM A M p~mrlaa d an s
-hY tn Bd of Weal s. vI.


IdN mIvuem I the I e r a ty.
A. MMIl -i ttT o IL





o- OIt Roo I 8 I- to enI a".
Im "lof tMi "oaw t t e r.
M LL Vm d d amane bi-






6lSr N0IS1m a M a a taI. HeI

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eatr irtll rti ia s y ollIo
IdL W. 1. omfn Uwat woo
wmm is boeo~ usti ye, of NV









WU. C. A. pef t yetesterday for In
ao We ma fnure. He formerly v-

oM ted irth W. P. Mo aeley a as
a ot r-nled to he hoe here ito



0 at eo aboyoo point WI
-rvndw in the city yeerday. He












Wt.e tit Archer experience












gret aivlty and much inproveme t
Stied In 4 tIhe li tti crtg
Jris reured froDm thwo seeki' Lht
to Point Gohas aod resrte hary
















a ad a O ry Apeea-t ast bn
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lv. He on route to his hom.
l Wray.t"a. y e nrow to tb&







id think iey will be wUcrful Ie
S .n everyhadb rady b o mbesra a




tewr o u in thde anet fe lda.
r. ad IA. a whore ed rrm a





bn mt Jpita no vU tUTr homet.
I ola hm lnio He o w n t to ta k e in
Very brilrt afaier.
C. ooa left yesterday for in-



eorueat Wd rema r tfaw teld ye
toaeedy ith W. P. Moweley as tate










man rut lreaod tlo actrpt a homo.
C. W. lashight.sa oextensihe
merchant of Arcber. was greeting hia
friends.in the city yesterday. li
states that Archer In experiencing
great activity and much improvement
is noticed In the little city.
C. J. Grace of Evriustou was i
th city yesterday. Mr. Grace baa
IJe returned from at two eeks' vsit
o ontsd wi Go rP aond reorots has-
ugt had a bor plant outing

tver. He of Ae route to hri home.

fen Mlrimgse cre vyytors Ir. tIe'
ita th-terday. Tbhey bais rbout "w
.rktac. y rangemunth Improte boUd


tiers muoe lwia the cat few Iay
Cr. a.d Mrs. Af L TEd.o who ina
ena caIts ilstlray. M. trhe haom
ht te pase frow w eko depastd ye.
toia tor Geatrcky. rwhoi tstate
tives' He wak tahr to his home.


J. M. A W rs oao see u* Todd was nsOocted with the

Vft m-e-- o that awlhIeynr
weip met itn l L I a Oaslo.lu Pratre Copany while
Wil e- he ,r..
M a Se@Mbiamn m le d sttwe hkti Mrs. Ida L LaumpUkin. who has
f h wou hobe ahehyP bPeer te city nthe city for the at averal
ad at of pronI to am& t da y visiting her *siter. Mrs. N Wels.
SfI n North Gainesville. returned to her
rW Mr.A A a Mrs A. bhore at Lakeland )resterdat' l hb
r W. ad Mrm. A A rI was here for the purper utf aitte-nditu
Tbiahiastt ave arrtvd IA to eltyI the funeral of her late father. Jam.."
to attend the closing eaieL e5 of tae .,
ate University. l It h to theater hri
f Dr. Morphree to remove to 4hi HIne J U iflU er. e,.lroai ,,Afr.
ey within a S brt t d ime a d the po the id u euut) eua ...Ie
pie ll gltady we*lome him and his I. h i twC .ity e Ut(a) lir i ..
lt .tiki' l l ) wild ol .alublse- biinSd h
W lth6 Ale a li) i Ild to i l) MedI IaJ d w a' h* r.
W' W aigeru of MIacaroly a.s purn of gttu t
here' yesterday. s tats that ves> l", u ,.I i ,i .. .
littlI a I* i fallen in hibe sctionu I 11 li, d il l r

Y*HCM "U U[u Itf ** i t ri
a td the Craupo a badly .u aEri sg
MNUo sas sid eai a al ,ui.' sail ew I. II.at ci. I I1 .I. ,

N-O-W s a r isus r "o rof (the ..sIVulatt.d b)ti l little d.aIL tIIt
blm aall5g luuti oga O llbii ba*t L*l wat *'ILLS & I,
SIta tirrvst Waside l a iarn e s*sh


[-m msnows


CmL V. aheo at Nigh Sprta
as e mpre t that -me


himeTlf. wr eoass of foty 4ine
gphra. a ruttbluao. 'oepa
with six yermg ao es and a "coo."
e b oa a bl ophir" coflletI
to a party at St. Auegtlne.
MiUe Wih red Pedrick dopted
e-ta4y ay Spartanburs. & C, to
rt ber aster. Mis RoabeL and
attend tk iesmmsemo enreles
of orvem C~lu-., of widk to Wl-
ter is a stedtL Mie Wi ud
wvl u eatd mvel owees thot me.
ten. wbler b er Vter rMt to
Ier bm ,W.
m stmewdu as am:
Smm asesaof Wa lde wasO
saM the daom tb o d tr y
M Se m.y. e

TgtW -t l-- a r^
Ubr a S"st voe o Mends ed ea
lives mmmer. odrM

t ademst teo lat tm of to h U
verity, a ba yetlw ar.y
L a. I s, a prami t farmer
of tme AInMen t aIo, was trnuacts
Ian business th eity yesterday.
Berm, to Mr. and r. MLey Tay-
t., a heo hbe. w ak m oarrv*tW T
br. IMb ms tbr ad SIM are ir

UMb OGldts Mehrlft d left yew

Job bor nhr. who is vsa bo her
nsw w, Dr. J. .I Jrvis.
Dr. espper, premesr of mahme
natLsm i toh Univer rty. as gmnto
Ao NertNW t to omnd o tesnner,
bt wm illO he ib tho all.
Dr. ILI PLti prefeoer of chem-
Itry at the Vlersity, left ystr-
S fort" *moel am a iPan ma.
4o will be e fa the ro geW s the
oeepital at Caoln.
Mra. a at of Crwm as to esCty
'or a ow hours yternry,. to oet
f Mrs. J. P. Hll. So wo a route
.* New Terk Iate. where aoe will
im thes=mr.
Miss OBeush Gaskell, who ba beeo
dI theopest ta d6 hear en
tho sget of to family of M. Crows
At the napermet Mta tI retnumod
to hbr m yesterday.
Mr. Joe Hoan of Petersburg
arrived I the city yesterday and will
spend the aext several days here vis
citing ber mother. Mrs. S. M. Wither,
Asoon. and other relatives.
Misses Iabel and Rebecca Padgett
left yootorday for Ulovervilld, N. T..
and after a few weeks pet there
win proeoed to the Adriondacks
Mountains to spend the summer.
R. 8. Bradley of Wacaboota was In
the city yesterday. He states that
the people of his section have enjoyed
fne rains during the past week and
hat It a% a Krt at riuAulaut to tihe
rousing r<~sip
I. M. Dvis. of the Arm of Davis &
OUliver, will leave today for the mark-
ets of Tennesse and Kentucky. Be-
fore returning he will select a carload
of fancy stock for the local market.
whkI h is one of the best in the Stae.
John G. White of Newbtrry was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He is
engaged in the Jewelry buasness at
that point and also carries a line oat
boue furnishings, and states that
>,Uln*.-s lk t.r>) K(ud lor this 4'-aoui
,f L tt year
On account of the rain yesterday
afternoon the May Day Festival and
baby show was postponed until 'ri-
day afternoon. when. If weather is
fatorable. it will bt held at the rml-
uary barracks. but if unfavorable the
lectiric Theatre will be umed. Time,
.:.o o'ctok'
Dr. M. H. cblater of Micanopy. one
of the most oxtenlsve truckers of that
place, was here )eterda) looking at
ter some business matters. lksides
Iwieug e(tenuaiel) engaged in (rolingl
eg'ftable. be has utt of th. i eni at
ertni g ru .. i t1 *souI il O u i i, prt
i e i i 1 '


Rev. C. D. strouse 1. aWam ossth
%iisitors to the c ity Iliebaas1,--tit 1
ratiher loItm hoalmth fur the. 1,j.t I. I


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to 1 4 sai t I




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SW90rm3,r0u


WNILS MSS HATTIE Et ISH
LAA I" TMt IASTWER U.


AM tIerles of the o Cety Are Acti
and t Will Pay CentoeUnt
t Work.


As ain be seen by reference to the
list. Mis Ldtwl leads In the West-
rm section. and Miss Enulish In the
fastern. but all I'reclncts of the
onuty aret ow sowing up ine and
ach day tb remit ebhma es these
tecuous.
By cctl maaremet weave
.eemn enabled to inereae the prism
ad mwr every cudidto eI toh race
winl gt a prIme- certimate good
for M s. a a esh payment oa amy
plano beoght rom the A. Harpe
Plam Ceoupna. of JnadsebUave. Ia
, sddltlm to t s, they wvl give to
the amnt are blowing the leader to
seek oNetle od tb eo0 ty a esOtl-
at* good for $10. and this ean be
applied as a paylmet In the same
amoer. This mm tht Fyou m
I pehooe may plan yes waut and ume
h as a a ash payIm t and make ar-
ranemeut hr deferred payments.
W vame lustrnumt that is nOw be-
Is givr away ea e porehased for
th artMdlet and It, a I it wl pay
you to be among t he at ve follow
lag the leader.
Weekly eela are Itn omamg. but
*o argve teo c ldMdate to work
TmoUn their frsde while their time
's aaoccped-It will prove prat-
ible for them.
POelewe is tho standlag of the
eamdldate as a reak of th o eout
ysteeday:


Miss oseee vanr ...........97
Mim Addle oode ...........97,52
M Margaret Ledbetter..... 23.40
Mssa ketl9e eal ...........211,70
Mia Boaleo Carver .......... 93000
Mts NorM Stas ............. 60,.6>
Mssa ortraud Harrod ....... 39,p
Mina Mra Bweariagm ...... 14.S
ylse Blache Thompuao ..... 16.125
Mm Aura M. Lews, ......... 13.095
Mam Mary Fernandez ....... .,60
Miss ANee Schaftr .......... 9.170
Mtai Mabel William ........ 7.432
Miss Aanse Bell Taylor ..... C.550
Mrs. N. W. Taylor ........... G.935
Visa Mamle Crouch .......... 4.340
Mtiu EMa Bauknight ......... 3.M
Miss (race Iullard .......... 3.555
.MiSs Ella Ialley ............. 2. 33)
%lism ude McKay ........ 2.229.
Mists Fnile Whiting ........ .47:
-asterO ad Sewo trn District
M1is Hattie English. Tacoma. 1-2.00
116%M Mabel McCredle. M'cnopy 144.725
Mis Irwnile McCredle. I'cnopy ,l2,u15:
Mi Iessile Waits. Hawthorn 7:.h5
Miss Ella Jolly. Orange lleights 7;.430o
Miss Martle Chamlrrlin. Mica.
ne' > ... . 5 .
Miss Itertle Sbaw. Fairbauks.. 42.:60
Miss Curdelia Crown. Rocky
Point .. .... ....... 32.4S;
Miss LaVerne Itobbitl. M 'copy 32.4L ,
%liss Pauline Carltoo. Mica.
nopy ...... ........ ... 31.010
Mis Agnes Ze.trou.r. Rochelle L'.>M
Muls Annie AIe .i. ilasthuru 2o.u:.
.\II: Pattie Z.trouer. Rochelle 1i.2~4p
%lis Lula Perry. Krche-le ... I.o1l
)Miss Emma Guthrie. Rochellr II.6lo
biss Jewel dwin,. Hlawthorn 11.0".,
Miss Wilma Mane.s, Monteocha 10.%30
Miss Myrtle Hammond. Ilaw.
thorn ",
Miss Georgia Snuowden. llatcbel


Cr.


MIs Nellie K-I eeer*. M|e(|||,|- |
Mis Mattle Jealing. Roehelle
Mia Emma atetsm. Waldo
MHa Mary Loulse Atwater.
Waldo
Miss Mary Itall otTlrage lights
Ilas Kff. Tim u Earle.tou
Mlis \.aei. llia HilS f t \\ai,,
tli1 *. i ,s. H i r
hal, k *


4 %EYs
3.135
2.130


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FOR SALE OR LEASE-The owner,
Mr. J. G. Alvare,. having retired om
account of 111 health, the store
bulldinl aad Sea Island cotton Iln-
mery occupied and operated by him
at Stake. Fla., for thirty years are
now offered for rtle or le M on
favorable terms. Buldings consist
of-lore 35 10l feet, two stories.
atetd In the heart of the bstaoss
district. and a two-tory brick gin
houe oa same lot So feet from
store. Machinery cosrlats of one
gasoline en lne. two new double
roller 8ea Island coton wgal. one
rist mill. one rice huller, hydraulic
pump and cotton press. Electric
lights and water works throughout
gn house and store. take Is a
prosperous, and growing town of
1.S@ Inhabitants, well located a- a
cotton market and is the trade cen-
ter of the great Bradford county
strawberry Industry. Fine ol|,lor-
taalty for a supply merchant and
cotton buyer. No competition. Ap-
ply to Paul E. Canova. 8tarke. Fla.

MEDICAL.

QUICK RESTORATIVE for lost ma-
hood. Natifactoa guaranteed or
morny refunded; c per bottU.
oMl by W. M. Jokhasoa
-I


Cmu T mFel id


(r do yo'r *yes tire,


blur,


omirt o -cahe when you

,I ad for a time?

Warns eaftier icearsIly amabe- ev).
.J*Ie e-. aLIe'aatf, ilt it tk tr. ths. ..),
i*z5 ri t, ltt'it j.,-t olest th ..

vsr it a t- Ilf tl t l
".JIM aIll UAcra'uPt4. 1 I. edlem "ale' I 4'
e.U41jII.a. i.nae .atn 0* de


"a~ i .fI't 144 -A1. 4 .A *Ii S


C.H. N OLES&SON
Jkwsbi a3 Sp1;am


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Missl Y a l Avrett NewbeWrry
Mis A te" Bevillte. Arrelndo
Milss mm WIlans. Tnhntog.
Miu Jewel Stakly. Haxue....
Mis Clem Pickett. Newberry..
Me Gertrade 0lnna. Hrlia....
Mis Ada Pearce. Newbwrry. ..
Miss Mabel Rarntt. lACrIr.. .
Mils lA.iL (ar. Itdcll
.Xr*ls A. Groff. .etmtr, ...
.* Ktoh fhin. Aru ut,.. :
Mss I.lule Fanith. Nev, :r. ..
Mis Mable Cato. .\!n: h ua ... .
Mie Pearl McLaod. Alarcua..
Mlita N1. N. 8ach-li. .ln,,h.rly
4ar .1 kI Pte er. Iriwnr, ..




WANTSNTJ

WAIST=

WANTUD-- geoi d Ml sfe
esa. W. i Ptlayson


WAXNTD-RalkaId crpres
M to o feet long; goality.
bbck. HownD Pe ties, a
eartn ality. For full Intf
Svrty Ore Manuata rtalin
Jack iTe. n.

WANTf D-A Sood company w
best itek. sccidet and P 1
4deat pely on earth, same rate
all oeeplsou. color or sex. so
strtetlk delsir special lagets
handle otryad w city trade. Ol
pay. Can aadIe a a side-line.
draw Box 164. ersatoa. Pa.

POI GALL.

FOR SALE-Duroe pip. $5 each. L
H. Willl. Eriutaon. FEla.


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Publishe I Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday



D4


GlAINE-S1ILIY. FLOJRIDIA TI~t'5SIAY, ).%VB 279 1199


ONE IAOLLAR A YEAR


.,~~8iv9ed awarded t tefllooling de-
UATING EXERCISES aine0^e?. HOUSE
Irees: It. A. upon W. It. Martin and
raymMnd Ka): H. 9C. In civil en4-
et 4,ring upoin W. W. Gibbo. It. Be. In

OF STATE UNIVERSITY "nA. RS''p Cbls. UIC
Sll-.di.y Taylor; B. IS. to agrikltmv
I' 1ou F. T. Wilsom.
L a i Ia cthespaker of aa k The hibr t ,degre conferred by I m
SOC the tnlversity wu tmn awarded: M.
aI AlrAA. Se. In chemistry upoa N. W.il;
ow ad am M. Bc. la aMcrdii upo IL T.


The nal exercises of the Unier-t the Union, it may fall to oar tkt In
sity commencement began at 10 a. m. future to preserve the Union by main.
Tuesday in the High School Audito- talinl the principles upon which It
rNta. Tis hall had been tastefully wa founded.
decorated with beating ln the college Cocentration of wealth has always
color ad with pahls fro the Ia- caused political disturbance, and I
perimtet Station. retoring order there my be a de-
At the rear of the stage sat th struction of personal liberty and of
members of the Bord of Control, the political hopes of eateries.
President lIdd. Presdent-elect MN- He then gave a masterly sketch of
pbree. Dr. CouradL Dr. Curry and Dr. the conditlos existln la Rome dur-
Dillard. To their right were the mem- lg the lat hbdred years of the re-
her te t iverity faculty, and to puble. He tod of the several mar-
their left the raduates of the year. tyrs who had beea n tatl becu of
After the invocation by Dr. Cury, their eforts nl behalf of the common
the presi at stated that the two mu people. He showed how tragleally
hs the graduatite cla whose gride the one ma who fully understood the
were the best were awarded Arst and conditions had been instrumental an
-ee- d hoers, respectively, nad that brditag about the establishment of
the saltatory would be delivered by an abolute government; how JauUi
the aecod bhoor, the valedictory by Caesar. aristocrat by brth, a pop,.
the first honor man. He then latro list Ia prioelple. had aI the defense
dued Mr. I. T. Wilson a the second of the liberty and rights of the pow
boaor man. pie found It necessary to sme methods
Mr. WilIm e pressed very graes which finally led to absolttsm. Had
fully the appreclatio of the gradut he lived ffty years b might have
Ina class of the many courtesies and saved the republic; as It was he help-
klndneses that had been extended to ed on Its decline.
them by the citizens of U.ln- vlll. In the same way nlasiduo enemies
He thanked the large audience for the were attacklag our republican Iastits-
Interest they were taking in the grad- tios. Attacked la time it was e -
uatlta exercises, and hoped that the eIble to overcome them. But If theI
spirit of joy and of gladness permeat. enemies be allowed full sway for a
ino the young men who had reached period of years, the very friends of
the first mile-post In their career the people might by their efforts ad-
v would extend to all present. vance aristocratic rule. We should
Dr. Dillard' Addres. count the cost of every gain for the
The president. at the conclusion of pa r he
; .s address, in a few well-cho.sen U In rticu e bes tis ear
e-ra to study the questions arising
Surd. itroduced the saker o the from the con t between aristocrai
... aslon, Dr. James Hardy Dillard,
and demnocrntic view. let them op-
t rmerly a ery distinguished Irofes- ard democratic view.. et tem op-
.-of Tulane University. New Or- t e to attempts of
iisidiluals to gain uclial privileges.


1 :;n.s. today the relpresentative of the
.At .s F'und.
I r. Dillard begau lth some well-
Sl.rased complements to the beautiful
St. of Gailun'ille Coming to the
Sit:. had recalled hi. nfr-t trip to
- nit hern California lie hail been
Sr Iliil the dreary ma-teh of the des-
enr wh'ti suddenly the beautiful scen-
S"\ rowhe lefor' him. It was because
it, the contract almoiot celetl.tal. So
Il.,- night ht-fore hie as delighted
lith the i manifcent tree and fine
ret.-idenes of Gainelvsille after the
riU<- on the fa.t expre. s from Sanip-
?41i Cit)
The future of the' commonwealth.
he continued, nay of the whole re-
gIublce depended upon the young men
like those before him now being grad-
tated at the colleges throu hout the
land. Mince the beginning of demo-
cratic government there' has beeu a
tremendous need of men who would
take an interest in Iol(iti'. without
seeking preferment. A man must
value hi cause more highly than his
persooUl gaitl
No one can look Ie tilt) fl years.
ahead and feel -ure of the co(,nlnuace
of deuaocratic gocruurnilt A'n s* of
ur. =n .... i ....... .I.........ll.. In i.lll llV


And aboue all at present let them
-tudy the workings of protective tar-
iffs. which he believed was productive
.1i uains of the. c\t s now existing iIn
the. laund
A o-cond principle that ought to be
manfully sustained was that of Home
Rule-home rule for the community.
for the county, for the State. In spe-
cial pri llegels, home rule, these
would hell to u pre rve' our d'iino
cratic gKi ruiime-nt.
In conclulou hbe urged the Import-
ance of one' senlinuntl. Ideallisu. Let
the- youiig mets form high Ideals In
iolitic and. regardless of conse-
quences. Ltrie 'aliantly to enforce
the working of these ideal. Thus
eould democratic principles be mainly
stained Let us rtse abose party, let
us frown upon all schemea of graft.
of political corruption; let us strive
fur the lnterests of the common peo
ple, of the whole country. In doing
so. let as count the cost and ue
mneaus that will not ultimately bring
in a train of evil results. lt aus
iprofl bI the lalt hundred ears of
Homire
Present MSedd Awards Oegree.
'ult'. (Orchestra hben gave a


Jordan Named as Next



Mayor of Jacksonville


Winters.
Dr. Bledd feellnly addressed the
graduates. the iArt elass to take a
four-years' oursea i the t'alvte ty
of the State of PohrIa. He payed
that it might be sad f each of them
as It has bees md of Gordom. "Ood
above knows where e Is, but who
ever e may be, be Is deag his
duty."

Vie-.PreUdest Trr tike arm ud
at t elae of a gumtaI triute to
Dr. *I-d, aMnse di thla the Ud-
orTlty had emi-rre- esa hI th
homrary dear of at This wvs
the rt hmer (re esftrred In
the history f the Utatutk and
this wlasl a frr ahON botah tU
Hoard of Camrel mi the bsly are
n read as belg poed top gat
Ing boeCary dgees mept in the
meat rare Mad emeptimL l etrem-
stanc. Dr. h amidd. l Nrly
srpried, mde a very Stint m
Spuse.
Awarding of Mdals.
The awarding of medals followed:
The Premhmt-msphmore medall for
ruLmaUnL to 0. OGlaz er, t the
aophl mer Clhis; the Jeiar medIl
for oratory to W. D LRader; tOh Sea
or medal for Orator to W. B. Mar-
tin. The Buck-- a dal. wdh toI
oenterred upom the student making
the best average a lay ela of the
Engneerlng Depatert t. was award-
ed to W. W. Olbbs, of the Saler
Clau.. with hboorable metioU of
tudests reltoa and IladIy Taylor.
Three medals were awarded by the
Military Department: for the bt.
drilled man to J. H. Vidl, for the
twat marksman to W. W. Otbbs. se
md muarklman. Charles Larsen.
rhetre was only point dlIeresfr
n the rsores made by Messrs. Gibbs
Ind LafrrU.
The mdal offered by the Mildred
IAe Chipter, I'. D. C.. to the student
wrlling the bett essay on an assigned
subject was won by .. 0. I angsto
with an esay on "Tbe Cau*se of the
1tAl IW ar.'"
The medal offered by the 17. D. C.
of the State was woo by P. B. May.
I'his onedal Il o|Iwn> to all rollege-s In
'he 14tate. and ham htben awardel lv'e
linias. The I'tsierlity has coaumeted
for it four times and has won I
tbree times.
Tekne of Aleute.


Mr. Bryan then happily preasated
a gold-headed cane. the it of the
faculty as a token of affection and
meteem. to Dr. Sledd. The recipient
was much moved and thannhd the
doners most Bttingly.
Dr Crow. as the spok-ma of the
faculty. preented a et of books to
Dr. Yocum as an expresslo of their
admiration and afection and regret
it bil retiring from the 'niverslty)
In YVocumn' re-poa e was IraccfullU

With a well written valedictory.
the frat honor mas. A. Hadley Taylor
.Jr. thben, on I -half Jf the graduatiul
la IS. took foprnal fare-well of the cill
.* I, f (Gaintb illet of lthe Ilard ,of
'is,slil, l lf I HleIdd of the fa'ult'
.: il. ti mi1. t lil and nlja ill 'c i
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TALLAHAME. May S.-YThUgs lN, m-I tMheleadpol f e
happened In the Hm -flo-y-ehry. Sai I... eade-II a-I_ d-e
when. bfl)lwyg a am in em iL tate e -" m -Mi tS :
meet the Lk eeersty ulmerly adt what peved ahagl mad la am
ihool telh lto a d' as as da
PR M-- kS eofdo- vow the byl baSi siit Im te-no "
whbIh i wea resI bi nd Wd awm @ O W Nm
pmed as a Yle M Ny ao s m" im ..an.
The agot mpNIrait t. m i s bk IOmW m an w
wkith the peas to thtd reading of de W WPl t aia IMW -e*
the Cash primary Mb, wve i ppid ie soa VO Ite. -o W
mamn eit -- er thin ae _i- i fia ml A DA it w iari
iot 1o --. & --- -
gsfy Of bibery in elsueP -w






SSime a wa I wat s| i- ttit -
Tue Hamers dMtnd the alerImes G nu so-b a N





Mrm tti to tlhe e. sMtiat& ra 111r e111 W S







tihe Seste. Sm e -r a ,.et as- Iers beqie a rile ,'r
Ti,,weMaaoememe M A n onlY i Il yj^ .!L, J
CoMrrtli tk *n M-
t-up to nt fte -- th d d O ft
te wholemmu was ma. 1 mwas utgaa


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hlas May .-.Mrs. Sia J. TMe aKy gnV ........ f
lIareIt -tertalae gmet a ptt* a preW are t






*lattao of Mra. W. 8. Noorb. e. M. te )o thseek.
liarnett, M M. Br-tr r u Mr. td M.. w W. Cg-g- f a
L1*o Johnoa. hift ntva M yge f a A I
W. Hi. Le bad Mrw. Le lav s *t weks' latr at tie bD Mlh s IS ,


with them. Thev br bie 0mm e
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amodMi preala the .U o a l mel ftm o
Ms a. Rts of Hsbsae a the cba ft a y&tegag 8 "
Set of Mws L. Mabc Sfor th e-Iek -i
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brelatigto the olaMy H. rmwa.M .s.M.t jb"M-w m g g
tW.m ani rharvsi rael dba @ron w Creeagey t prage OW E f u

ead Lryt he sir 11m io atdh nbl ei 6 i
Tl hei amISte.m r@ -I IuaKeeaso"
eMissLdRaite of the bI w sINhe Imm Is of Shi"toP


vUed. tOday. wa miW "i*waet
The aytoesd o sH.ar& *U w by f.a bbs f ACIss ifs;I =
padttheirdr erets at i i las esbyOn Owl ml bw V=


i-


starm Mr. sit mus a"- W
whether Uhis es wmmd be maeg.
The disilm iclde h- A Wi IA A

to be abete ud mfy bly I a -i
tie-sp.
HaWd carn, iatalmM mld ie
urban oars mad Moile m egi
upon the X.-0 prads at f das
umaill In the AtM"s a --p -e. --e
und tJ iherr n the strite dlstst a to
1.1I lposinatutr ashulded a a de f
<,>lclug mail. and after hbrs It
lisal wrk rldlml, and wlatiag me.
,Ixo Ir* iash a railroad statiUm a-
$Iffe ti It umrrf it that I Is rVleral orts isk
w-,'.rfrf, iuad place gIards ea teIbe
is ,rd,.r it I( thhel tlnl.thullal NO
-.. i ti i -i L I-s' v-'r. dy ig i-.


fren uens are soel tr) In to <-iat a
hard und fast I eltthlunwrt. The>
At ruIck bw4cIauee I' U hitle fnres-u'u
A* re I i wi i B i. er, I fir* 1w i 'lh'l*
r .i so l 1i I nI.1La- i latl tt.' II. II,*, Is'
. rieM .. t p tI III thI r i easti l li-ua 5
.A I fr f.tllals l 1 .1 allnd lh4a
1 ;, '' 1 I K *1 1|1AW l l
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II I
SI 'j, -1 I i llr I.
I h i 1 1 i "r
S ..I I I I R 1 t I,


5 cl, hIL tei116 have anuaw ad
'I I~a)tats~ L. 'aill"4g I n Snestag~s

- I *..IBL U srlP*5'li~ 1(A e'pigL iIiAi' ci'.lAt n'lI4 nly d met pa.
~ c.~ ,s ci ~ a .-a.. rly a


ATLANTA,
by arbtaratue
so ar as the
er' demands
President I-all
isation maid


May .--A settle
bsould sot be diflcult
UeorIla Ralread sIrtk
are commmed. Vice
of lbe Iremen's or.an
)e.aterday. b ause thb


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u.uWvell soism fitTALA-
WASSU OIATATIW" NATTR

Wma etW i tAsme at Prefrie
t ?% TCapt, %~whsWill Peem


z lb M-s SW m- hr Se
A I L. hem" wernu hmathe
r=NWN amm m wnbma"em hr0e

Fai ts kab MidThe
S Sa s ee mw so a; the men.
"00"-o wsm; as flwf .sumArm
usew ml m a,
pw w
"0 vowed= amomowE meat"

fdM to 1 ile m-l Wd m as

had"



Same #@NI NW gl -" le00

MI mL ; -~ uS hue 5h.
r a Ie a oNO w o o. "
ow aft twno ftd" b

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It tt a V. mo mw
a of R"L. oUhe


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N--atant


V~m ugo be a a bee


&W ISm a aat -8 ILE
41L A ftf seln wl he
ba dat so e msat It a. LU
Ift Tle Members of mehem
MOW .IV. CU is aseudate with
s ub their, wilW
mmia'iriof Os
ma de jammem bvis by was""dl
a bm rep st theGarGrove
S- the NAMer.of M& Csm saOW
as tb emN a h them sd m eMWa
18Wer sI*.am the g brigade re-


WE.. -- seine will be de-
hr ib pom*"" V~Sl.sin
-1 o the ae eoth
WNl mo d after whkthe
vslml Dauwbos" m nw* is
*Wawa 0 h mimu to th
ww am 4w paws
@MD L08"' d "m the pinhis
Am l se ui i he Ieeo
*---- II ofrr the pea
hel htheu~l
1--JOrLItIr a


uumuguyi vuhmve
ml- U-Ils


w---
(Umon oI= wONmSao= to
go we I
Gom


16ms its a- e-aon It ts arm
n a l ms smay them all n a de.
as pt ate, I and the last
ew yam ar opposed to be Ieer-
afl Ip -a Preat my ado
ag a ft a iWWal edis said
Otr sa t btla as mre wih iW
ml Watameat, prsmiae ft a er






Isd P. J.h ChR 1 d CA.. Toledo.
It de from 0 drops to a tepoo-
tel. llt set dtrestly the blood and





ilid hi drugists. 75c.
Tae Ha U'1 Irally Pllsl for con-

Causae Mush Sasitaemnt.
As exploLson of an old empty bar.
rel caused a great deal of elctte-
eftt Monday afternoon at m: :) Ian
the ear of tbe drugs store of \V 1
Johauoo. He had emptied an old a l
cobhol barrel souc two a t(.ks siance.
sad his delivery boy. just to aslnu**
blwself. dropped a lighted match In
the "bUal hole" of c ht. barr.l. An
explosion followed which hur,,ted the
head out and seont It P' nl to ali
rntf. besides sbakun ly li i arouiInI
t ore co arldrably. It 1i sup>
posd that asn had formed from the
alcohol ad causd the coubusraton

tlo. L W. WMIanu 'we Ltfer.
Ra1. L W. Wlllead- o. Hunntltol .
W. Va.. writes: "TIis t to certif)
that I sed Potly's Ki-ay ReItedy
har oservio ehaalstoa sad kldnety
table a bd am free to say that it
wtU do all that you claim for it.
aiaey'sl K-ey Remedy has restored
health aad strength to thousands of
wok, ra dowa people Coatanes no
haramil druag and is ple)maut to take
3. W. MdCollas A Co.

Crd o ta4 Tla .
We desire to eateLd thank. to all
for acts of kindaew upon the d.rth
of Mr. lretard. who died rce-ualts atn
Hall Moo A VRIKNSI

Say WMI w Se Sey
And are always gettaI a-rateh*.*
eats. spread. Abr hmC bura,
- cas. 3e Dea' astet **ch things

is Apply Rasafd's AnTe Usalmoet
a 4-...**** ..* --* -- **J
Wep ir rtex M .h s td Ill-o
Sl l bL W t Jueas.e a


frel Tuesdy's Dily Sum:
Micaeopy citteas want to be placed
a their alai Ma of the A. C. L
railway ad wuh this end ia view
have set a delsatlo to TallJaaee
to work up the matter and thoroughly
itate it before the Lat lature sad
the Railroad emmisinao
The uemmiue met to the tate
epital emprimee Dr. H. L Masi.em
ry., Dr. J. I Wathis. C. Melta
and Mr. Hyde. It uodersted th
l ey wiM troatOh twh r ht-way gor
tri pI- ped s ew reme smd will asd
as"t the riwaM peotherwise
I makidag the ehagesM which will
vn them a new sad Improved

I is ale so dme that the ew
ate will bheorse the diltame o Ihe
math ever ve m ll,. wlhch wo
be ioter advmata to the ranlrad.
The ,sant tf m-ey, that woM
be I required to eumaret the new
midway is ma motImo*d ad usat
what they propose to do sams ths
1meIs -sC 10. abut hfr the *-
. a -etewlNfA ploe we trent tt
they wsll selve the osmuldsWlse
that they deserve sa a maee bter
MeIti them they re ma presnOt e


STATS NIRTICULTURAL SOCI T

OlMsets ter Bleeing Vaer steed a
tho oeeine MNal.e&
The PForMi Horticultural locikty.
wreb wasn a sees at Daytona tast
week. elected It oiers as follows:
Prof. H. Harold Hue of Glekm t.
Mry was placed In nomination for
president. aad belta the only moml.
,e. the uinalmou vote of the house
was eaqt for him as president.
Noilnationu thm being In order.
sccessvely. for AIrt. second and
third vcl-piresidents. the following
oaminees were elected by a unanl-
maou vote: PFirt Vice-Presldent. W.
C. Temper. Winter Park : Second
Vice-President. I. H. Mte eus-. th.
Ijnd: Third Viee-Preident. I. F.
Chllton. New Smyrna. all of whom
expressed surprise at their election.
ha;t pl,dg*l4 the-ir ht.rt .fftart. for the
r. clety.
E. 0. Painter of Ja'ktonville was
unanllmou-'v r,.'-'**..r.t *'rr.-tarv.
W'. Hart ,f lsaks Park ak ; r re-
lceted to the offcet nf ire-t.:r-tr.
The followli ,.t e trct itlc clo iti t,-,
wa- e.l- ectd hv h.)llot -Prof. PH i lolf-
of (Gain-.\IlIl. (; I.. Tatw-r ,,f (;!'n 3t
Marv. and K. HIlNhtard ,of Fe..d-r.:l
Point.
Quite a delegation from Gainae-\lle.
attended the me.lting
Orlandq was chosen aq th. hr ijt
nieeting pilac'.

A Happy Pther
Is soon turned to a iad on** If he
has to walk the floor every night ith
a crying baby. McGee''s4 I: hy Ill Eh
wi make the child *.ll---,oth* It-
nrcrt*e. Induce healthy. :'orujal slutim
be-r. Itet for dliorderd t ,vel-i 'lilt
*our mlomaah--all tee*hiln babies.
need It. Pleasant to take. sure. a:J
safe. costalin no harnmiful drusa
Price .5 adJ :.O cents per bottle. dol
by W. M Johnson.

A Half-Hoeiday.
The bl store uf the. (; W Hi.vd
Co. cow*'. btoidl u to the fruot and
mouke the Inlitlatlivc IUtra .aIIi fiIatha
seaom. follow LII the utsu Ihli.
lnauura(ted tro .*drs. .ao .r glas II
to their vanplUi .' a haia .dl hial
d.i) ( .at l 'I iur a4.l. itai i >i | l.. ialriasa
lthe sIaiatJu. r l tulilkie lii i. I-t nl
ia. Ia.K dlou. la> all of tIi larg< *t .cinl
s1 *t i t 1i(e a t Soui ltr) I lit e fre el thai*l t tall
da) re-mi 1t i ta' aiidd. f thi sk
tIsl d t e bi~.tr fit thi-ir *.sIJ|l *. for
the rest of the lie *' bu iLeulUt
1 ars dlte ia. i<< >iel trul f tkhe
, eisasle dl bl.Jl" I lb.- letls Ilai mo of alh*


bis Dior* And, the.), tuo re-jilmi with
She eLaauhue fur t h sh ho-uosie tho)
will dvrow I uuis ai

After a b..,y meal. tab ka c ulu-e-
ul thes MSUlT44. sa6d 6 't )owt
sto11mach. laser ad bumh the htlp
the) lU i ed o" ksguirs L raua sas)
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LARGE CONGRIEATIONi pCS WAS A 0O-PASH0IOD -SCHOOL
ENT AT BOTH SIRVICIs 04 XNIT .-
oct_ n"y y m't Arompt-
Wedem th yuilded Her How*. oni 6sstsl n s t M -- Hs-eshedGo
she MHa Hewn Out Seven I( 1 Work. end Prof. Keen Well **
Pillars." Was subj.et. tl4IP sy4tif(t Asked to Re, aon.
0e v 'ol ilA 4;u. e't( is.
V t .or nrt ir ,,: h u (i, h.11 l I tL. a h ,,.g ,Co ,* eo ,' I N..s
~~tda.' ..uses asin s ,. .,. i.r h. u* r ,tI s I k j .. *' ,
o aula.i xt.rsil ul ila r I la, i.Oenlr t ih iuss .la) a.. 1 'rV'!S. *a la I *.*1 I
colnnmeneempnt. The faruitv h:.d In V iI i* ag ls t, ee.- h ol w -dI'.r ,. ..11"
it)d lr. C..rr. .f Me'mphiel.. to n, hold It.,* a dl. .-,.4 a large.
preach the lIacualaur.-atl. &ernon. The ttltiM P* br.uf arr-.or *a l taie *,s i-ude t.
and the enlisers ofte Student Y V Q"Irt OWt hib outside- Te.* pu i ial a *- -,.tlt *
M. C. A.. learning that Dr. Curry wa thnr:.e-l~.e hi a 'r.I dtaihl. I.AIU.. r
one of the bmot popular elerg)ye UAI &9 "t .f***..'** .I -r stk n. 'u *i'1,
that had ever oficiated In in Gain.ivillose.rillipU. It- la IsD &r &e ra1ds ,4i,.
also extended to him an lnvitatloe to 1- roIm i pkle S.as.r es-.
W9VIIE-11 .... -111 was -rromtoom i se Iau,&." hi, 1.
deliver the annual address be force i all of t1s thirty year. prest'elsalkt
them. The enormous congregations at shetol awstalasle s. has Mees-r
proved bow delighted peopklol deve samas.It Is sot onal. h -w e i pr th *-
Osleevtille were to have a oppor Tble dbut tceseary. I .oolt ept"$ of atr t*rr.
.toheigD Cura a The second pillar is latenigo *.This bas L**e onion of the mar tao
A man of hay be pDr. Cry erfec A man m a hee ,y ulyearsisU prreat lb
Dock services were held In the Tab yet nothing g w)re than a powerful stwhry adbojA T he howhs
eralIe. ls the morning bthe eormuous brute. One may be great iS sIte of be s raimed from a rwral Isa4-d
aditrlim was peeacked; Is the eve a weak body, teut ose rassmAt h e hol to a jes high sheAoul. t
Ing there were but few vacant seats. great *ith weak latellata'e. sad ears roet tas ei4&e a id .z,; :;
The exercises of the mornalg be- although a man without eduestlso tw-ie er east sad the avers e d
ga wIth a chorus. Come Into Our may accomplish much, with edu4atktm rs s i tT r .s e prep rtsl.
Hearts sad Abide." well rendered by be Iill accomplish more. Of the me ly, A br o ptM i aVbee s eers-
the yomg ladies of the Oilnleville .wationed i3 "WWho Wbh'o u 0" two 00 h -. l Miy L th .e*, 4
High School. This corum did credit Afths of one per egat wereMth a sotae el ,.as is u ammower ad I'*r v
to the tec hiag of MIse Titman. of ly self-made: only te per et hab"d s.lwCaletl ease of the sWsI B
the High Schbool. The violin obligato merely &a mBmou school eJ ration; e ag Prf. A-. the- p. ,t
was by Prof. Woltz. The Invocatlons silte. per ceut had a high sjhool ll os iat arboal, to W.atto. 5atb,,r
was by ODr. Sledd. after which the course; revelty-fer per eest wee"
quartet and chorus choir, with Miss college-brd Accord v.l to this a -A 1
reasew at the piano. led the. cogre loeg education acreases a high w-i rgsuAts all his other 8o0d ows
gatlion sta gie 'Holy, Holy. Holy. school boy's ethae of -w4 11 11 e; t1is w nit bte lohemlm
Lord God Almighty." Dr. Curry them gnws, the chasese of a boy with a with aon. n. erhmwre oeo m e
read selections from the eleventh common school tralaheg two tewbadred ms "reImr ad es-s t lhe *d
chapter of the Epistle to the He and sineteen times. of s1 lltwe hi' e e faa B. ass Is tuy 11 e
brews., and from the third chapter of boy eight headred time. This shows ai" h s tfam& g IaJs s* the
Proverbs. After the prayer whbib fol- the value of a eolo-eIe tratalla na nis. O nd Wh his mk e of so
owed the reedlsg of the 8ripture, creasing theM eiek-ecy sad happlike Iah 0 I4? xacihle Thure
the High School chorus sang a.n f its students I charge ,yo to p Oi *t .impt feead
equlsite rmspon-e. This was followed recogniS one of w idom's j ee ar r) athos> 1 tae. l se m f fai isn
by a tenor solo well ren4-dered by pillar. uAm d a s w amrit. Mowe. 1 thltob
Mr. Maddox. After this the conre sT. third plla r Is Virtue T"eW Dvl4d Aguutnae. CumbNoes._ Cat-
atloi and choir sang "'Come. Thon first two pillars lare-ase*, a .an a o ,v. Kns,. Ister. Cromeril, Lo
Almighty Kiro! Anmonmn*nertf er. but they may lner-saw It for evil. Jarlwas aU thwes *ere me of fakh
the other comm ebre-wt eSurri'f' they may make him a curs to W Vakh sik sh m i a"& to brig
were then made by Dr. Srdd. after et ." T he l es of Joseph. of Suith. hgs to a
which be Iatroduced Dr. A. B. Curry. moo. of Aspbhala. of Aaron Ferr. of Thes tho agl r tisrudemid a
1r. Curry. after expressing hla ('harles s Paruell. were alluded to b, t o harpe rast 'f t gr-alt l Nk t o4
pleasure at seeing so Ja.sai) of Ill oi: ,. ,rd.l r to show how ia- ftsary thIt Malbmouough sbit Jo s Wol.ey. To
friends, took as hit. toes the- fir pillar Is l tuinlding thbe house. T 41 tititr ha. IAWt Idiomlk
veLrse from the lanth chair 0,. ,. truly suc'esfel.. tli paefrpiller. Ad may llMas t re il are w
lioverbs: "Wisdom bath bullded her good. to puild a house tIr(i.l an,!, ro-eao d p him re ,eroesw
t 'Use, she has htean out ha.r s .ws-n lieautiful. th- pillar sf firt i .o. I. *,,i,,i. at, If It th ,er eabg1
SlLars." Hle drew a l,.-ar and e-tl oi.' t. eft r- ai .* I ,.t I l.g al* a .a;r I alp iba em Er eaeW toI
tasatlc dlhtil.tionm .etw#-e* iedon l o d nun In shas- ,,. 4 r'.ssg a flo.s
::.d knowlvled* A a4l; .snas i) w full "t fi 4 l l pan,
SI knowledge, and t.)t hae no a 'T h," frt b-. a .c ,, -. a, 1 t .. M
S si; ha sa I.-. l-.arnel. r. l i ui, r Wr I a a .a er, I r sri, S.f- t *s lrea g.. ,.sd
It h i. i ai s I .'-' I v a- 1 > > m l': s -!lues a r .el A, i 9 1 hith t. 0 a
I' l I'. a rr<-:st A,?' it' larf.-r sf'* f TIhe r crg".-latlee thl seAI m fNer
I .acus t from (fa Kis l.. htit- niuakiigK the. de--tllie-4 pot Tf Kir--;& e.-r My (#id Io The+ t asd was d4i
I acrqult.ition of fuat, a c-dorn ic t h*.
'ti..t to I), ti dII. *. *t r lr 'lt it'Sh ,as )A<.,< u*r. I aB based by IN Curry with thl btw
. laty to apply fa r (:a l r.. l .< k at a o r tt dli.rc he .1' -I- '6hdl ha t -. ii'o tii in lif- tbut IIf' I ir
.,.,d aIlly the l.- t m,.a, t ." a.::., ,,I.f ,,a-cr, The.- .,i,,d ,,a ..a LETTI TO 7 J. SWEARIMOEN,
.' e la. ath. KUse of t *A rr itih.ut a pl.cr. th, t >ra.- W'* '.1 a' 4.jgse n le eds
a aruve rlihes. aa.d it n gain att.. itrr- la m-or s Iar M.r 'Telst e ards state the
, 'a-r aid Kuld If iuernc rgh.tl;, un rntl
*Ieratood thbe alue of al don. i h:*. t '*'* lf'.r, )t'. 4ila'*-4< fa(N- take la-*
v ,uld matk. greaatr ffortr leo attalin Th* filth ailar i. Ilol Thb ." s Ilte. asn ad ap '+Abte-r IgltatI
It than to acquire th. ctalth of this ," "f the Kr'-leat.lt factors I a 5 asa If a> e- ..la, etat this .sate-e .t he-
a, rld. su'ee-cf. cithouJt it r*t1nui.-d a*-Ur'i ,.ma l*ihta h lsf hsl I) ea the-
Teh-n the speaktrr a.- a aitId d.- Is iltbLhaIe- A mat. ems ight or q,,t1.Ae ^bi is.', A as e I ik s
ar'rlptlun of tbe strurtur. of as. (irl,.-t *l fasl',r *,Ih"e but the-re tiul I If .- '0 b-.ail 4d,-..t Itke .Ile gal
al bouse a th it. culell.rtn a Ye,' truly.
anid laterior court This building u. ,au- ot,-r its ials poWrtal is anrt <. V W I *VOjK & (O
Ie- perfect and fit for tbe di of ti Lt hm who r-tne, bre I- r 1M The afals-.all Hardware
HIJlikInd au.t I- .stroi.K aid beaull II1.- t~he rd IA k 'if h1tti lerilp-1 ('., n l 1. Ii1
.ul In Itbe figluralte lh.a.Uagus*- f 11 human '-1o"e all gre t ab.--- -
tih. alat. -e,. 1 a p. r, at icuucle. -r, hnt- b- hope1 as the-Ir g'i dasa .
aid the seten plalllar- of the uldn Ur bu ildin g i-l Aeft r te. ies ts,'.-Iae ail,tul ,,i' o.f t1h
.lii that It i. lerl(t. lI,,." hc'm,- e oi.I'ui&s41' l[e i aA rtfr'h me .-t a ,. r ** u I t i.a ,l-ii
Thea. with aLA

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ti 'ais. he drew a like-nece b-te-ialeakatth etireha' irg rsm, .1s6 ..' N00 hs nI
v.-u a. sod a bucldsg Kauc ge The sIthb pillffiar illa& fr0 or hi F-'. I Tis Ii
). arc thIca lbW el I'I A e6d Whv n lel~caW V6 e-s iO.11ut this gg, ( IM -1* 5A 4 I lItfuth EsCI"
sj:ti i s I right, a a e-i* hima h ar~A4 t. r ,- a or I- b a ,lreid q'DI be'-aiaf'Al 'III
rsiLA1ly aI (Plat rue'1-to-l Ie I- t1!.- te. 4,.W a. I r:f- AN 9-1 *#o Aft i5t. ePl..kaoe s Sao lli ,te...& btosahhtAb" MWd ifhe
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f*t* g a M o kw soh e .mr amo -or M eampa e sI to
t ,me r ,,r -b- dd t aU -oW c the mother or Washitgto. Sad the
t to i d wu mi- m A* a. d dwnIU oted or:
Ihe r a dSOM W 'tgrederieksburg Is mot a lrge city
.aggriN. ,a mz. La Oib. Pb*oMefib and yet it is rich i ta cldeeta of
"-o oVI f greet historic value. Here the wo
a Wbmen of America ha reared a us..-
no w Ap ii Ii mmW- meat to Mary. the moteUr Waslag-
fd do Am li toe. Ia glad to st ando ethspt;
m a 40 V be I am tIMgledto feeI the i fences which
too IN 1 I year askmsrm ad her grave. In a eanspgn.
-" -stai LEGISLATURE DISPOSED '-pecia '
d g a lee* wer oW- the r Is much of btternes. and some-


OF n UC BUSE Sds, there I.s character. the
flt ir ft. nralm mother-a a endiate for the asee-
AM = ~ tiose of al makimkd--Maala whom
i g y t IA i M ay SL-W h a leral ad J st pe a as -r o tr e man ever uttered a wora_ o
Sa uOrIM a 11t1. e do s o m se t Il a ai4 iaeBM i Coherm **ier e~ ibowidw-or abse. There is Oe nane. mother.
g CIa- I411e0M ,m Me AboS t f in @m tateI ear r W r r mare t oo atl W r-M wAhic is tevr olad pm the tsgue
ad poSug l M 4 ad thef f odee a an o in as O fede sedr of theta sdaderer-i- her preseafe all
11 ~. 6 o" t p e, er. tGs t @-ee-3 ofb eak b 4.e- muahe a i nf l tht bhe is a pmpoer e as is meo The painter
h *.phw tfe m is -_ musern. t: memeP ut in a beaft sew lving l d s ms AsA haI wit his brsh, traustferred the
aI ae go bure seemies es A. A hm er leader ths b um m to th eM do .t a, a t t heaura w a it s
Stsee ae rs vr M o f1wmee, esaweeede saoneeuel eMrlw senidmr wr ow, i det that he tresr ad t ge e
an ft b I r m Wll ssruim o odfer 1 O d I r ow as a wi h tho ao mre aO O4 se em iom real; e ha eens ade
seon" the 10 10 n a ao aas bla 10 1 ml ad Pe ten as the mb ofe a maMla seem too e ett
Sas e as Geoemi m re st met rWPed ba W oer a oe an lso were ut there is see picture so

a MMr~.m s aa 1. on m a w I binag ea O std Is 117 bo ae to perfect reprode i t.
S li a a M Sd se 1 e t the sae. mndd e awe A otha IrSd pietare of the moth I
oIMlGl Wk el oM 11Mma11 y a1e a-eise t W T PE SENAT l. hoMing Iate ba her am her bablae. With
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09 Q Mf t- a IeFoao of l e e Men r.r iR bl"" wul a dbol I ord.-






n d-I in ed to the' m ~ l et Ito edl aa folow iatl fo.u h r e t em Usoi dt h e t ioh reoemrme tais 1ot -
ai1sft1HvenW aa A&*er wl h a o este ft o tat me s ai Ibn ood."N

It a -an ma dIo a : t. s te b r ness almar the. o s
beere aWtm seakd"eeo s mmr oI 6 mt s ar e teI NT eda r.aI N ISH In WELL.
d ~ef easli uror t o so a eet n IA mpn rthtsmo g peri lsat es eot
0 i'Be soW erene at e was om te *d by he Mr. Ts o s t hs thome wh bInu most
mer be whddO N gL o **a leromeb lsptoo 6 b dl rd, which prendee o r lelos te seoe arn daOeiCe r the
W bnas adep l Athe IMelg of portis loedag manu a 0ts9 ard t1. he om-03
h e .ms Seb t i d bAssm> vo ei~Woltv a aebt byhfr t d t. en ts"of schools sad colleges
Jll m 'ie s de BM We 6 M e hK Mr. Ne A es Ai Importint measured ltraeed are a raemiadr that ti oesado of
g d~oi 001 a mama"e supeN. .M- rm K meft Of pteimmdo uWas th Flarw cy Mi d providing for yeo people are belg graduated to
11 6141,a O We"a O Oa esvwerseadl creating a fStte Do rd o .emeblo tIs al the schools.a ewl-eater aPOn their lie work.
m J mr tot t Iheoses* ~peaie s.leg hs an runlversities of the state. To many you people there comes
WR Sl of W.t A. lt. Act-b Ama dm me Mr. Wells: "Aey Aa a o-the-r bLll passed to third the temptatic ka the oat year or
i $= abe~ oe peruse, who se ad toi this tate sand rea were: The Cook jor t reeas che to let up a little o their
ab hr I d a t he oes okwson te rved a tvely o r iz mosts wsha lotion caltn for a revsom of the stories bl ouse of the Ieeling that a
1. a 0e p 0ae bsc dre ot bve the beot de this s t.l" o metite lam; the lioseo d bil creating the end Is tso ear t does .t matter.
Ism-g a m -d -aEn Md aba State. forces etry cmulssi, and pro. For more than one reason th ists a
S s ofr1e s 1ate, aIt OM mmbe m Amendametl adopted o Mr. b B- vui l for the conservation of thoe m ensa Ie. The lat years work
4 d Me ta. asI as ed Welles o too lad ie I he value at r pdloed orest tresoues of the 8tate: and the she lS be the Atting crow of th.
on de t Ne was is eo l er's wie's poprty for sop"seeumhetIlt. Humphriesn bil allowing the Board of work of prerlous years. The.. too
w hr ath erats oa the Many am lat and r Comaltsk er of date Ilstitutios the last year school is to be con-
S the vpeal m b is V Ier aly at am order. to sel or lease posphate beds lyl gsi dered in its relation to the futu re
1 00 Gd M The im ded8 OWf other Amedmadett ae pd a tml a In the waters owned by the State. In most ae a youn man passt es
= --g 1a t1 M1. ad the clt inst aad of having the work of ThelSate passed to third reading directly from school to his life work.
ge Of 49 r s gera f. that the the heard performed by Comptroer's a bill which was amended to allow As the word conencement" Indl-
se, thh sot repd"img clerks. The bl passed by a vote sherifs to aceept passes, bbut it kill- cates. his life is not closing hen bh
he etol o is roming a nnadtiomn with f *41 to IS. ed an amendment offered by Senator lepa es school. It Is really oeninor
Anew rsa Mr. Kelly moved for recoesiders- Humphries to include newspaper before him mith all its "oUibilitiet
No bter argument ha bee offer- tio today. men. Senator Humphries held that and it fuller t success is to attend that
Ss esppo met o th ert of Coloel la the vote s the peasia WbI. It is a reslection upon the newspaper life he ust IIwe adequately equipjimd
WeIs' redS to et his claim Lato Ho. James. IAlesander asked that men of the State to say that they This means that the young per"onu
doe e 6 ts the State the Is ,eo a e psatlas of his vote be record- would be Influenced by free transpor must fnish wet ll at school In order
Ime"d in the Govermors messao e it- ed as follows: station. to commtDncIt sell and continue weli
sel. This ee, from the beg "I vote o and In ep ti o Snate ll No. .?aI ho by M.r e- in tBhe bu69itirs 'tr i profession which
leg to ead a mass Io acts, cae lny vote will say, as a son of a Con- Crearv. relating to the dihimion of he aentrs It is rot slipshod but
reets. reVoluti ns. aecouats, opinions. federated soldier. I will never vote counties into road district. wat ad. thoroughb srk that %in ,.
guesses, aciw altos and other more for any bill or measure that will deny wanted to third reading.
mrYtifying and cosfustas matter that STATE PRESS COMMENT.
positively and forever precludes the

6 hIsrtory-fm mastering the details haM a .- U-e enough to ltI. but Frank
F 6 the dcla, that a reasonable and would hate a hard time borrlur
jg omt ste~m might he reched. at. et that p.ritulj.r hran1d of senat
The ldeu having been see of the fDlr.
Gearoro'rs m ardent supporters la
dhe t eeamr and feelingd tnt Thae tt ern Ara u 1 u s t
Si is editor r st ill daIm the right to lVE OAK.. May 24.--Erly yester 'tellin him that they would watch. rt'fural of thr Leislaturke tO re- apur
b.he his Msd. writes this In eaplan Gay morning a man named Got was Later. they assert. Gdo returned, and liou the Stat. in obe-uact to tb
he mad defense of the contry press eit the nlht marshal and two other men constitution and in comildiance wtll
ha Forti those papers which were atw they saw him as he went into his their ounthe is a blot upop th.* recordl-
Ssprter wh heis charged he st sare. The store is store, and hiding outside watched him of that bod)
agded them. and which do not 4.e L a buldlan an Ohio arneaa Late when he poured kerseme about la
serve his esesuwe.-Lake Cty ln- saturday evealag he was found by the bilding, and struck a match to it. The Pensacula Ne-s. sal. Tht
des, May at. osIerts at the tbuidina, and told them As he case out of the buildina bh What. Springs He-rald do.- not be-
he was watching his buldlig in the was arrested sad placed to Jn. Iltee that a man 'hbo is goln to
e The Kisimmee Valey Onette fear that a negro boy who was in (ot hugged the omeers to shoot him anuther world a would like to so by


-A s b lh ll atl-: "T- is employiu Ltedd to set It alte. The building was usad fom total de- '~ hi way, but tu i a
SA i dalw eLlr w ho tLhe few The sicers eat him toward hboe. structel by the Sar department. fn-l tht eople hve bee knows t
Smiming heares of the Last cause
ill me semble itan IANnCal u sso to Joyous Jaagoevllle and g.-t
will cais maneassemble In annual b
phat rIemiase tis time sa nMemphi. Teas
abw The ralie comd do no Imore -I Th-r pnaaevi Jorural sas; -b
in than to glynctheh- Pnsacola Journal ays T
el to eeu a s the to sran them rt,,
SW- I me de for the round tri trip from last ir rr.t vd -ourci i
M My pantof1the LUnitedSt oTherr l A It

------ew r. M--- it Warreeg to Negrs''' '
SO re fw left to take advamnt.a of the dff111unnl a10 lllft .4 Iu mark or It
ralelads ssalat y.r sa d at wUIl be h .Io4Jl4 !- k*'lt 'ii it, i .+I"ul ,r huaunai
is bta a short tia i uatUi they are only tr I ',* at. t It:- ithfiulnje
8hIeW. Wmed m ter6. et as make th LIUNCOLNTN. ON.. May .: -alarb farn.r Thursday n .leruing 14s tr ire, aa ..ru.. l>< tgt L
$ItM yt yalstee bert a a0eful ye rday A Ibert Aili. a wru. wa. .ornditusa Ste l st.r. d br. ti s,.
dm bo- A pOassble-as waM aU- L M from the Liao Ia rcuity Jail reported dis Tbe ht i.e tT itI'. l il t TaL .
I U Uy W dead and te buid here and sw ns to tre at LlaJr ol. st that nerwr8t o4 T e rb iti~d Yi au -d t l.
M uA ata easMg their bravery ork crew~ tbr nolle from LU laoL te4- a.r telaw fuor for iieSal a I. rt.re r* g rl chd ltrhe a that
t sead W t-." oe. The body was ~ild U wit bui ad Ith inferrbe I. thato t '; b ther i ni hO I tLaLbed a Tamp. I'e
I as. 'ps te body wa pned thi. s l)b ag II s. oqpd to there e f ly lad Tiel **ui
m Yob^ T-e Owa piapeaiasas that aOrd cet Ir rstl a ly a dy a thiar I
lp w, iaae ses4a clay are eeesthe Nite -Tis to what bl I happ to st ltbur lrs ca t be espohri d T *
t a i t enm uibse "al BsI I el mu---Jsty m dl a WAM ad es is ala mlk&&h of every litl.tbW sas Tasibd
* a lo mm way to m*ilrar toe- haems. and W w" a ? s t e r ,U .-o es fect d to W e r, U,
SOf hrd- oe* thI d rle oe r wgo( @%W" -RM LATOS a "" W wptmm O ruao arn Ct ub te mas th ca t it,.
i 6 W s Ale et0 Joeb Spies. a white o ay ed r *M a a t
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THE tllb lAlVILM MUlI: MAY 27, 1909


9 LL L S1DaT


IRMiON TO SE DELIVERED AT
PIRST IAPTIST CHURCH.


Ia compliance with 1,. n ii't l ,li.
tom of the apocia'lar,'i i: ; sll,
day mornlng. M:a .;,th t;. t; r.o* v III ,
a meenurial (Or\l ie h, I :,t th-.' ir't
Baptisy chvhre at Ih .. .', n k The,
seramn will It' d*i li\ er d I% the e.l.'-
brated dlin n. It,. I .Inu c IV -
nard of (C'.rt -r. II. 111* .. .1 i-t. in
the lulfIt t i R \ I:. I : ,. rs
I r. Ilniard. In station to d.Ill\ter till -~ m1111,) i"
on' of the m ..t ta!e'n'*'d awnl' nflest
0rltors of the. So(t: rn, Itailtist
Church. one i hoti It w 111 t, a` treat
to hear. and this fact alor,* aill,: Prve
to call o.t many.
Invitations, of thbe wit c rdial na
ture have bet-n extnc! dt ti;.l lcwal
Camp of Confederate V. '-ran4. the
two chapte-rs of the rDtaiitifers of the
Confederacy. the Hlue and the Gray.
the iSpualhb-American War veterans.
the Patriotic Order Sous of America.
and the general public to attend this
service.
The batalllon of the various organic
nations will assemble at the Post
Headquarters In the Dutton building
and headed by the Gailesville Brags
Band, who have generously offered
their services. with Copany "H" of
the Second Reglment. Florida mtate
Troops acting a a escort d homr,.
wll proceed to the church. retuind
la the same order. The usual eer
of the church will be agmented by
special muse arranged by Col. I. E.
Weblter.
On the followlan day. Monday. May
Slst. services will be held at the
cemetery and the graves of all the de-
parted veterans of both the Blue and
the Gray will be decorated with kow-
ers. In addition to the usual ritual-
Istic service on this occasion, there
will be an address delivered by the
talented youan lawyer. Col. W. E.
Baker, the reading of President Ln-
cola's address at Gettv, burx and slw-
cal mutsc by selected rPlne-rs under
the leadership of Col. I. E. Webster.
Carriages will be in waiting on the
north side of the square at 9 o'clock
for any Confederate- Vete'rans. Diugh-
ters of Confederary and any others
who desire to atti.d the ce-remoniec
and hear the address of Col. Baker.
Thou*- fortuitate enough to have flow-
ers arI' re-quested to make. a donation
for the- d,'cora',lon of tih toldier-'
gra 's.
The Grand Army of Florifl.i. at 'h,'
pr,.-*unt t.i'ni- n-u l-!- I k ; ;*1 r i( "t ` .-
inande.r G(;-n-ral Jasm. i S :.t.fr of
Archer and hib alley staff. are, In a
flouti-hlsjj rh)l;.itl,,i 31id d,,!ni nIcnwh
to inllrtilr'a thi :hirnci le'-l of tratPrn
ltv. t harilt anii l<.;,alty a2 o0ui1K th.i
tlue a. i (;i. y \ **'.ralns who are still
with u!-.

Attentton, Stonewall Camp.

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EOOINS iP. COMPANY ISCURI
CONTRACT Poil PINIHINM.


MIL WILLIAM r. 0I1E.r
Mr. William F. qtSse, 10oba ra Iq
Akron, Ohio, writer:
"I hare been troubled for eeral
years with ~arrOft 80 g*.ft*
ilave ued differet patest medirises
to so effect wbhateer, ad have doe
cretl considsrahie with family doctor.
**ometlmes his tretment would
)tvcT ie for fw weeks, but wold
eeTntually have to go back to him, ad
that had kept up for several years.
"I was aldaid s ome Pwaka sad
have take three bottlM. Never ha
so good la my li U. Am glolg to se
tinue Uag is Woulda't be With.
out it Ia the hobse. fI j
-w I to any Me amlyted wishO
eaturr of atomash, ar _e tre bn
of any kid."
The sbov is an l e t t.
Troubled for ye e with sh erom es
tank. Tri d dIe~emt remedies ad
doetors to so SavlL. heron rw a
ised by frtids. Instant relief e
rteeed. Oreat grats o deto sPru
expremed. This, ta br, I a taoy
that ti rnpemate to a a IPt m
time eery year.
9o me could be In toek wih er
vast eorespeadesse Swr eoe musth
without tbe lImprm ed withk t- s-
erity and atrutilmaio he kitd 4a

Phsena prompuy paedei-- U a
lti, sorreet, digeaio and relieve
I iome h disb ltes tha have reto s
ther treatment.
UOa. an A6el S Lat



lAU T IT FE
IUVRT Byiil

LARGE AND COMMODIOUS BARN
DESTROYED MONDAY NIMGT.

News was received here yesterday
of another r destructive Ire at (Canp-
vll. w which totally destroyed the barn
and all contents of the Campville
Itrick C('o.pan).
It LIa* 6-tU ioly a few weeks slnce
thi. irumm.'ns brick plant of this con-
ccrn %as de1tri),*'d by fire. and it
n4, 11 s a3 if luc k has struck thluem
ra0t!ir a hard aay. for the total lo-s
on thei two flr, a* ill reach into *.%-
,'Ial thousanii dollars.
The' l,-- o i t t t i.rna. *hn h sa. a
l.t: ', aid c''Iani .'n It4o I f-tor.
hulnhine aill ipriiahlly b- about -.'.
,ui* t1h lll i in lluritian The buildiigi
,,cIti, d all ofr tit. haruness ad wa


lacit I',,-= pi .. I. Ito je ; ." .;, -
ma. ,ri r4 1e l h, e ,' 1.> .1 r. com any and had
Flrst lIai,.tl- c c.h lir h 1In ti.i- t- n stkd af h all of the oat
i il madel. I,) Mr Maultsby. b-side4s
le:::, c tlw-. k (,iS n SV ,nIai.li aorn ca
Ing. a:11141 al-, ict. i to i -I,,iJa ,'aarlohad of hay had Just bten
|u l8 a'u,..a n .c h0. c \ d. ,,I h, .Iic ,1 Ic l the, uildaig
uch ru o 'ilh ntc .. .t.-, i.. lrt knoIun ,f the blas was
all tn e ~ d. I..ra* t h- ('ar atIoulr o'cxklo on Monday night
all'A wi 't Abul> jI**** o t). & buon
riase rill I,. I .t *;titlig on thi. ncrth I .Ui a c rke- tho ls' only a abort
side' of the -. r.ar" forr hli ... et,.-r. d ista U( from the place was awakened
Uf St1*,.-*Atll (1 allA l, ill taIo l th,. cracking noise of the fare and
S;L a un ilollgationtaO it sam found that
the crn a can hould a t th. ih tir to, l of the buildinl was in
AM man)i a!s can AthAult ac id .s b
1laiution ll.RATIO 1 'rA\ 1 ,. t A' d
li1.. atr 111i-l.e.. 1.1t i the IlP ate amd


JoT e f (,' ,jra#r ii I Id ilut


A Scrthdy GretiIng.
Olt SwAP crdla'i, A- 4c1 .4 114-'1 I'
Crishifilp cilit !, 0' ...I c ''I I A
)4aunif i '11 111 1. P i r i.

cf bi. ci 16(1114 #1 '' dj- Up' '
04" 1%'e e 1 jz3 lct' 11 .c.I"
dillight, I ..

tee ertakett ul the a.1611a.'14''
and de-ibci' it. a 4 1t.ais 1 At
sirrad usder b'- ijd.' tre.p1c.
,ard. abcrre ci swe ic4'" i -
the, roaud
Lider J T JubblOUt jregeke4l4A A
very IiaCirot lis D4 I s 6 Ie 1otel Ile" '.
45541* t ludi tit IaI.-hI3. 5 9 f.
Je.uls. lSDSwf ef M) ic Wa Us, im."
,,Woo the msuso AUida4al~~'t-jr.IPSft
the Prolosee u lhbeir 4. *ac.04ie
111111"I NNW* Wtb& Io 1' IPs
,how bld *"Ad.that i.&-4'V
fler"Imsthe iiblad t4'&cj J i.'A b-'
A rUJlKel-


toi hard murk an4d aith oe Aaiit
nte' i,aiagle'd to drie- th aett-iitecin
he-od ci fusles from the lose Is the
Ieutildhia and Patv them. but waihan
a bhaunt shalo t should have iwen nim
'.111cicle 14c. elat 4,r tOw jeace at all
%% a i's lite. .ragiuaite-d eJ ujld uis
1111c* I Itivr- *Atlasuranee
I 141 111 9 1 I. 4PatIc.. to


Act O Qehly
,I e. g'.)- !Utat eIf 5 1.4 Etr
*.ihaI' t-ca ba- a
I jjs. 4c01 c k. d''ad if ) um
I, c I. orI d I? *At400 8 uADt I
*1*'~'~' ~ If Mits 0 l-t ot, a fl egi'
*~~ Isfa s..rr eel~ heit~ U I sae nmlk
I~,~~i ,~ u k4,4 a sIrIr ur maiMs
'~,, 1 ."Int. sat.4 t*lbMe-right roud
IL Ts v sowT e i II t&d a
110 'U tPU S Ghl to haVe
1.41Atoll I '"' iwiuedp Ushad
:.4 ll W18 4a-in prprowed

a.UWY ~'~L U. at eelas tvs pals S

ad cut ?Oaks"
ire. *'.'. u~rhiag eble anly a
esi' a4 se 1e4 tee usia.,


Work of Iemodellna aad completing
the University building sill com-
mence at once. the contract for the
needed improvements having already
bean awarded.
The successful bidders on this
work was the Eddins Manufacturing
Company of this cty. and they will
put a forcerof men uon the buildings
by the rst of the combo week and
complete thope already erect-
ed at the 'nlversity grounds.
This contract provides for the com-
pletion of lluckmau Hall and It will
require a number of weks to com-
llete the contract. Betde the car
peter work. the entire btl din Is to
be palated and stained e the laide.
whkh will add very materlly to the
attraetivenme of the present quarter.
Thomas Hall i abe to be repaired
and fished up in frt-es style.
Cement eoors are to be placed the
bath oma t te ta to be re
platerd ad Is an the eartin lb .
Il wil be ea orb ed where IM
Smed sm ay.
This is euy the Arst tep tabe by
the Doard d f Costrl i better qb.

ad the Mt-ueta thlt tto- te UlI
wveky, -- t Irs be evedt wert
w eemmewre tan the ether arw
bulMi si be re the e di tMhe ao
=W.
Wkh this wWork ta the Iedel
badft WM on pngss ad a
mon r more reidIe biO w .
ed upan. adoM thMt tbuds Is od
ir Gels e eves dawa 8i the dull-
eat seasa, ad whdeb the meets
ad people ssnsy am very Mthank-


THE COOPERATIVE CONTUES.

S iana Iu"m Thl Are Is as
PUn Which Will 1011. 1e1es.
The handsome pian and dissaod
msto be give away In tM Co
Operative Cotet wUl be the grand-
est distribtlos of priase ever eoered
in Alachus county.
Pprtls tVadIg with am of the .
towtag store wN be gives be vote
for every peany spent:
Gainesvlle Puriraeur Comanay.
furniture: PMIer & Norris Co.. cloth-
ing and turalshlis; GalaneviUe Hard.
ware Co.. plumbing and hardware;
Mrs. P. T. McCormick. millliery; W.
M. Johnson. drugs ad medicines; ..
C. Smith. shoes and Jewelry; Mrs. R.
Wilson. dry goods and notions; Saua-
ders Earle. groceries and feed
stuffI City Bakery, bread and pastry.
P. Y. nSmith. fresh meats; Crawford
A Davis. livery and sale stables; The
Sun. printing and puhlihbing; The
llroan lHouse. meals and koIding: N
Francisco. lananra lioui-. fruits. etc.;
FEldlnuN MIf Co(. lumber and building
n.aterial; Standard Frtilier Co..
fer tillia -r
Votes will be given on all orders
for jol IrittinLg at The Sub office'.
and on ,uthmriptions as follows:
The Daily ea.
$1 2.'. three woonth sub sription.
ild ubcTnrltM-rs. :,cn, vote new sub-
crtiu-r,. 700 % otesr
( .I,. six months' subscription, old
ublcrtalers. 1.2o0 votes, new sub-
scrlbirs. l..o) vooen.
(5. one year's -ubecrlptl'i,. old sub
scriters. 3.60 votes, new subLcrib-
era. 4.00t votes.
For a club of ive one yer suebertp
tius (before 12 o'clork nou. Aua
I. 1,-. old subscrIbers. 30.4,O
vo.es, new subsCriter. IS.So votes.
Fur a club of tea si- noathsl sub-
scrrptias before 12 o'clock mnus.
Aug IN. |L94,. old subcribers. 34OaM
votes. ne-w ruberriber. 5U.0e votes
There ri no limit to theL anamer of
clubs eac-h contestant masy *sere
The Seou-Weekiy Sam.
II. use e'ra s butmUr npUa. ,,,*

r a club of Are sone ear seerrlip I
tiA m.', n at la te-
Thre is ho limit to tue Dubber


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OI. OiMING WILL IUlO MNW
mRESOmCs GOOM. *


l~viea Seessd to Marriag of Pe
elar Yeeeg e
Noo oftes 1d IuSatr190


WALDO. May 25.-Dr. J. N. Berwln
has purchased the Ja. Jeae lot ad
the corner et adjolaiy which Io dl-
agcnally aross from the WaMo
House. and expects*to build a reil-
decCe on them In the near future.
Mrs. L D. Seigl*r Is visiting rela-
tives In Meridla. Miss.. and will ae-
company her ms. Harry, honme from
school tbere. Missed eiler is I
charge of the store meantime.
Relatives here of Mrs A. Jully of
Orange Heights have be-ean I'titing
her. as sbhe has bn-u quite ill.
Mr. Wm. Agin and Mnr. DWle Har-
ris w.ere r cc;ut) usarrikd l Jackson-
sillk The gr moui has be*-n In the
**'milo) of the H A. L. railim. h ber
f',r sv-e r il y)arm and is a Lbrth-r
of our townsmaa. H. M Agia.
ibrs. I. N. Morris vlited her son.
Geo. P. Morris. in Galas(t tiil and re-
turned Saturday.
L H. Fletcher, the baker. IL out
agalu after a severe illuea.
Jams Cawe the oldest man o r
town, Is o a viast to relative In
iartfird. ('mon
Mrs. Walter WUIs retarmed to
Taimpa Mooday after a visit to her
pare-ats. R-e aad Mrs. D. L lirn
aisis and lt rdLsiaies at Starke.
luiLtatlka bhas b twen *et at to
the masy friends of Mis OratCe fBeIU
Geler and Mr. ward WrI--
lsue-asa to their marriage at the
.ethodll cM arch ua Juse Irt. 3 M3
p au Mise Geiger 1to eW of cur see I
ar onrplisbd &ad poguelJr >oa
lad i-
Mrs M A RAdd has returmd from
a ibl 'op b*r r.laUtie la Jra'lse-

ir I' I llir b r-turu.4d t. (las
in.~.I i.i &Suaday after a taiM ta,
hi. per.i mU Mr aid Mrs I, Hir&a.


Mrs J A Wena 44id arksmeet
Bead.s in catoe rsA heisa t h


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fcll r iUt>e tle. w be otie r lw p eMow-t t ar fo r omen
-i U bes. Pgem lres uh t ao : the othe awee fre af JCa. .ed a
















< i <> i I II_ a weharAle emu ha arv uma I;m o fooL wlar urr looi .
mamwM ewA Sh Ty nd heb I a he KeM.s trueseos eSre id ecrs ta
-so O N& *Iat we em. .of te MvId wh T e Waeft inbl sl of lbmow

M-- r r Te lr x a thao p la. wit 3 ITh w IIoes e tteeml to to hiais
so n SOam O. oeate ah0age ae m01100a ndte sesem w ertP.her lo Ja tue.



ee Me Sth as aiw g ar whaenate rs and chasrmSd asttaed: L te rsular ram-

p hr f a lomafntm tr will hos are 1ba l or fhecrea o eld
-l mT em the atr oti etr t. ta lreslt abt the o ust es-


I i Pa adInWe d h dA l e aetId the T wu arie phero o.r i eas t sla
p M-g aj g f Sr s tmrlde iseumIt d urll Aba- il oadrotn wrest t -. od




~I# Sigs bIn he mm 1-isk I a Oe"al (un'd aIT e a purailaeI, s adh fudlgta f .
@g ftW-I --ag a s ag O fg ade tee t he aise aofdo e wa m, reg Temark Lm Cade b leof athe m to


wef ON SInk rUOthpl tr m sm Mme tew the mI sare a cti rOtr r d a i 1toeal-tl
S- --ULas....o emb -ed- Jl he ea er f the. sa wi It h rat aok be I slly le l Lingtht tr e
agigg has Of gad V- Wippe 40 at are NOW 91416 s"bmitted itl C Mo:aeCe? otIo01ns the 1aSIDI
4@". uto @W e umerdhet whil Themate ntw Iases aretod aaIte. nd eudlsta froe

&M ftr & "Wgg S -agemm~f wyge slate easn ofe tme thme yre wl b e are porter Morda it Is proseot.
00 9 O embed e hadGOo6 t41 e1&"SI M o N IS t that no2r tse a rat U u0idlawrr con-

el y phwme sue e a spoil Promhters' d0ltwas and ulence bitngs oth of whio cb
be as .mat work 1- at y other soswlbg the rades of paper aM also are very badly needed at the pres-
age g m e weatr to La"derd sl advertwIb OtCaedrtle et a very sub t time. Tis member of the cou-
agAD e aIIes ornet edaA. The wt stantial Wmasamer. mitee stated that the maIss bilMIta
Soast Im to Fort Myers to the Calo The matter for m tm puati of theI Dea ad Dmb lastite t at St.
gag ne)mow beInag prepared and It wtil give Agustie is werall uader a way ad
ip 4 tad aghan, g..gSM&egg to e s t detailnc the reports and experlmats everything I favorable for its arly
IDIOM* #w te oelbse Aytom ato Chattao dmte Gover rtnet coacmeeralag the r*,mjleti'in
bepme ha norty itws wor s manufacturse of pper from t e pia. Following l thne lexeris here the

s -l a Dale that wll be to theayt se predicts that will be otalaed from ho preyset at the College for Women
aoto s I mbl to the rewtg as oasd oms adv the atsinfactanre. seue as tar, oil s or the elt few h ar oy.
Ow S hr N W o &r hao beeouufortne rylhT spfcr has arIeady It ym waat to fel well, look well
-aa -tbea.bn spokes fo r in this special edition and u e well tasel Pley's Kidaey
Oem M A ctd tf The So. and It i. proposed to Remedy. It lones up the kidneys and
go Iss uesAsylusake It one of tt very btest cdtlss n e itinhe lood ad re
d"1 ae agg to mettsd yer moee de r turned out of this ofkce. print tak- saOl coatails no harutul
_n____ t g pe y NIi niay a Tuar tA to "a sucieet extra copies to give it drugs. Why aot commence today? J.
-61kI e harmid.tstteaywide crIculatapc throgawost the W. McC eav f Co.
NO 1OO" ibO ie Is ther shMe It stagf tho
__9 Seto s the masanad prevaels ar ltrba a. If its worth more to ae else
Ii aAEEIGIm", h- 1o e TegmuoaetAD LOCK ARRESTED. mada to et mto Iter what it L-


~'+A .- a 15 Many J* illa comr from isapure blood.
gg im em e Med uHerder. ( ama: bave pure bklod with fault) dl.
rom Weed bl trs c.seon. lazy liver and slugiahb bow
W. J Lock of Wilox. lUastm aat cl. Iturdu.k Ilkowl lit mtrs strength
am gy vyagmUes PlORIDA. and erchanto that pLcIe. e mngs stomach. bowelrn and liVer, and
-_.*ao rsrrr* to the City. havig com pwree. the blood

tb Hemso, the es auseger who S i n ndu l ron
ht bhim in be hand and arm a few T l


1 1" ~ w atka s cfe and she so& only re- it FOrn H I,*(
cestly r.vlosed frolum stody In Jack
saville aud afterwards releared us
M 04 r Inod for hi al*(airance here at
Im nf m | ,A|, ,Ctb ,,, -.ut r ,,ui is. ,. EV\'EI THIN(; NEW
that had the %arrant is ued cbarSia6
N i hiau aith attm lltruld niurder I.ATEST FASHIONS
This case etil doubtiste prute* a
tery lntere Otliu ou. and illi b
p ,*atrhe"d with ,much interest. ( RIE(T IYIES

If ) u desire a cla coutplealos
SO T mIS i Yoi Vu-)'s Ortio Lazlets laur ca
a sl pati and liter trouble asu t wil ('allr 8arIti l IId met" hW far
.Uliulate these woga and thoroam
ly ceu..& youIr s-.t. which I* jtt a little Ilouey will
what < eA r>ow m*ods is Ow &pruiu & go with tr-.
orr to tee* wU J W McCo.lua


ON ~h ve U Iv to s med mree

iW Ji' i M bep t& e Tdee lbe to Lvr Mo ey.
WIN&9 bbl a---e1-Ms g The PIa& to fve Money.


7


(au- aI *.,) V.
hi N. S. cQYg.. Lb C.


..civiel tellw I" sw"W.,
SIALI3 U miii. bI ii~
"rMePS aNS 0 all beet..
OM".. dam, deew Man&ofTu.
Won. P. 0.am m Glsl.via




O~r M ~10~ 1 (I)Utwo'


AI*rr


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I


I- LIAL AMvInRi'i
suImom sAUL
rt'mr d y lrtI t of a euc.
tie lsooed out of the CIrrult Cour
Eighth Jud~4al Circuit of Forida. t
sad for Alarhbe county. and directed
to al and singular the sheriffs of the
Stato of Florida. I, G. Ramsy. as
Sheriff of Alacua county. Florda.
have levied upon and will sell before
the court houe door, la the City of
Ulalusvrlle. Alachua county. Florida.
on Mnntd(t. th* ftfc of Junw. 19"''.
intt-~nrn the legal lidttr of ,al. to
he highest and be t hM!der therefore
Sr (asb. the folloAlut d h td ried re"'
*-t.t. s:t'Iated and t ot1 in Alachua
unty. Florda. tow it:
The Northwet quarter of the Povth-
west quarter and the southwest Qar
tLr of the Northwb quarter of See.
24. Township 1S. Rae 17.
Toether with all and sMlslar the
tenemnts. hredltaments and appur-
teasnees to the Name belonglag or In
arnwie appertaliaw.
aid above described property bp-
ltg levied uo as the property of
T. R. Plckett to atltsy aid exectloa
Ina taor of The D-ttio Bank aad
ate"t T. I. Pickett.
P. 0. RAMSEY.
Sheriff of Alseba Counaty, Florida.
W. & BmtOOM.L
ALory for Pltatitfr.
VOP CIIL'IIS OF NOTGOAO.
ft IbCtwift Come.. MOVIES cb



it aepaft bys r T as or w tohe M


aterGe ler i.tH J PatJr. -.

Ps 1t Moe s *11ew 1 owhmmerteeo a

d5etied eb 8to aln -h-beyrequred to
oe r to s 0or ofW s er t ma is
*e A. 9. M etere asw Ie 0re

H ei a wet a1. es efmt
TSl~efMe nNk aref
v 1 ft i s GeseI 'tSe.a I "u'-w
-et ltsUeey hSt Sto0
deApr ages em a M
L0 W KWGM. COSib C1m0K Cot Mt
0MU wer se serk a e' Is Cheen te.



J s J vs lersKele r.-
Si* LA I Iysistvk oei lshe bI
ebve oto wde0eateMe eesn s I se
melber i he dshue(shid b mm I. ft a
ra ieM f the Cis r el f SasI ftwe
ot fgee-i sri hee s tore Is a01 3eMOW f


*fL deal t etr s t ilb lsed o
swer maw a tFmes"A CW. f Ifs
abe& or Is everShe we o of I 08


4e. J A. WD FM Clerw f she 8mi8-
%s&eeeatmM4 bd ie to akessMes 0ersel
or i dofomL
0 i L e ini t Isa. 5I 6 -.
ai see iai emeftfe fe m oe
lIe me a-IL wISO um Cr Ctree C.e
RM. ft .MXVtUJ D.
As tr reen r 0%68
W. St. MoMR. o6t6601r ltar CeMIau1Oia.
oICt OF APPRICATION 0M TAX
nB tiXD SECTION 5 Or CMAMT33
r-. LAWS Or VnIUDA.
NeWe to tI reswy ives e e tat II ery s
perebsowr Tax CerUAato Me. w7. .' eat
i kh dew at ArIL A. D.M 1.
She bhd -eI ao io IN iore
&n he sme are oe Pe r taers ded ~
St la aseordae wit w. Samd eertlSLD
duuod tle-hum eoeatr. VMuida. tiwlt:
b'W raf LiM tor -s r Ue so Me Mo
e s e lah reae i the mae e
ot J H Keileuh.
CmIse said eerdseare hal to redeefamedm
oerd to uLaw. Ua deed lih ta s f e
kees i o il are .Iat seal r
(ta lrtIyoIi. A. wu m_ .
sd Qwb Circoit Court Al-e-s Cn.. PU
3, N. (ilVKr. D. C
NOT1CE OP ArLCA TION 10 TAX
IDUm U'NDga SECTION a O CMAPiT
N. LAWI OF PLOUIDA.

mtMii co e fmu Kiue mh. Cma.a-
t4l',e* fur tixe a td o I- e ft see is e
stak u ftM e rui' t 'ehre i (ts fte-
lr, l-ee nr Id o's rbtit is Aoleh
omWi. Frisrda. Sii .
I% l at P.S fL. 1. TlI. 5,5. a CfI
Th mmii an em mb i atihe aue

Ulis -r sertes shslU t redfO s
eunro'l to m**. taxnded 3d1 imS e Ca em
thleiarof J d 6. Apm a
Wha mu oi s1s sad mm- o a


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TdA fAINESILLI SU. MAY 27, 1909 7
1 mm -


ALL WHEELS STOPPED


ON GEORGIA RAILROAD


Co ee Te-Up Suday

Walt for Ralirct

AUGUSTA. a.. lGMa .a. -Th., (; *or
ain Railroad wars cti'l, ., l> tied i :,
last night. The ian-niaarn.l did iot
try to move trains. iiplljl annaio);t
Ins that It has tthe ie'I. the in nin
and the equiatinent to |,r.o(, I1 and will
do so he in tt.h Stat.- a. ii nwattes r. aJv
to protect Its proplerty an.l e*niployexs.
The strikers are st ind!l:itn at. They
aasert that they ha\ not, betnr and,
will not be parties to any violence.
Sympathizers with the strikers. It Is
set out. have done all the hurt that
har bten dne.
General Manager Thomas K. Scott
last night made the announcement
that "no trains are moving." Gover-
nor Hoke Smith wired the sheriff of
'.teDufle county to cooperate with
the municipal aautorttkes and to sum
m o all deputies necessary to protect
life and property. It is- n this coun-
ty that Thomson is located and It
Is at Thomson that the crowd issued
their ultiatum Friday amiht that no
trains mould pas carrying either
nooa-aiea or negro frees. Gover-
nor Smith as also asked the sheriff
there to keep him fully advised of
the situation.
Freismhd Shipments "Hoed.
The Governor has also wired the
sherifs of Rocadale and DeKalb
countles living them information
*''- ng'net-r claim to have been
rocked at Cooyers and Uthonia and
urging upon them prompt action for
the protection of the railroad's em-
ployes and roil'rty.
Prom the office of the Georgia
Railroad here last night it was an-
nounced that all freight accumulated
at Atlanta for Augusta and points
beyond will be moved by, the' ('Cetr n
and Seaboard. The (;toria ro:fa
freight station her. nill I.- open to-
da> for delivery of freight to con-
sagnees. but ship|,l.wr arte re'uecbtd
to withhold all shilment.- until furth-
er notice. After thus admitting how
complete is the ti.e-ol0 t *. r,.i.t! s..-
The (tor,la ri iad oli.- ulltth
nothing that off. rs iromii-, o. *Arl..
reuampt iou."
The Georg a R.tilroal i- 171 mill
loi)K from Atlaint.a t') Au-lu-t. aMit!
bianiche at C('inak to Macon. at
lIarnett to W\;a-Fngtlon. at I'miai
Point to \White lliitIn and at'' at
I'nlioa n al i t .\th. ai It J ( '. : *!
l.y a .tax'k (-eoj aiai "a' I I. ,. :g
operate d I'. % the Il.iu : :,' N h-
%il l.- Tht- Atl.int i '.> t n!
it% joint Il-.-.e '. It Chiiipl" .' "'' to
.,? 11 nro-n. 4'n of ahhoni .1. :I I'-"
train .n-r i(c. Ita la.t mc :i: : I,)n
roll 7.a +-+* I*


Firemen Stand Pat.
AUU(;I'STA.(;a. M.ay v Thi--trik
ll g fla' at'-uI a11:1,w t.-re-d luto no in -
Iotlai ion.4. Vih L -P're-ild'ut Kellhey
plated lat night Ilht to far ad he-
wa. held e..iterd;:;, but it a .s th.-
KlJtuatilln fromi S latirlav iiliht
A nit-e-tit of th*- l.cal ,orKga.IIILaaile
Uv.s held ye'',te.rdei but 1t A;,i th,.
i -gular motthly communclat ion of
tl.- lodge and the astrike- as. dl,
'-ail'd only ircidenntall).
rh- firemen are s tplnYlv aailiniK de-


movon euw uutt tw Brooks-
viW.; east tt (k-al antd to-
Joym; west to ru-usaw 1(i-
w; northt to Alaclais. Hiih
ead Worthingter inpnrinu,
Cedar IKeY, &U41 1 ,Ltermedl
Law
ZaJWNS, PHOI'PHATS MINr,
STILIJ, 8AW.MILLV and FARMS
maem s"aMd Aubs
hr Owe Pnw.


Ew Td*hu b
lbrw LaS6r I
Vk I_,.__


A -em a & --


FAMILY CUED OF


SKIN TROUBLES

Two Little Girs had Ecmma Very!


mi tl in. mun Wws nair
aoM ut di L ft Patche

SCom ay to Act Ft's Hed So from Child-
Iood- A All Three Cm
; 'r inh "ruc-tinms ar,
1 p- .%ana ir-tin ani guah. rinx vf CUTICURA MET WITH
S.t' .,atiz r ad t- a",' nt., ITS USUAL SUCCESS
i.:al In ti.- Icm'mlatrationi. _
S'\V nrtan to make tl0* ra.ilrmad
:. altzu e. ar .ir< Ia'- iu1 dnil" < have two ltUt gil who hayv' bro
:- altz2 car : v- t'a: i1 all." d-eclar- "h.a t.d ly w thl ert b u b
bohied *vv badly wi rth uOne
-1I V!rc, I',..-ti-nt Kelley. e them hd t oe Ir loww limbs. I
A fireman is reported to have been wdid '~e th I aould hear for
im, bu dK aMt rse in nMit warm
,kon from a switch ragine In t1. wethq w be It n y suheidei.
I-corg' R Rallroal va'rds yesterday. -Irinet i whes I-"r...c.' cold
StragglIng crowdtegtbered at the P' a her he d whem w old taba the
los Station every time a Georgia a t In d hwAh as
a i qna 4 4d look At tL sam
train was due to arrive or depart, but ti ee g t- wlrom
as there was nothing moving on the k1ugth 1 rof ib m took htr to a phy-
dlas and be mid that do had two
line they soom disappeared. mdistin cty of m I "Iath usd
with him for sevel w mad the
D i-'r Gem An FWirom5. dhild gr wo a s om fi th UbBrn. r

urday night's experleace an which sev-. m b a e of S e e I
eral men were hurt by the throwing M to ad s- the Ca diu
of rocks at Will Wlilameoa. a white as d the hls mWe
areuan on a Georgia train. every. Bhad bsot =bs I r the wint r.
thingg s qulet now. w md t "1, b sd c
A Georgia train made the trip to amy auo rbWor iMalim
Ualo Poaint Sunda y moralng and Mir 0I1111i t ldff
retraed but ddM at go out la the ta- ha a m wish mmam
ternoos. the easgineer deeming a U. w mb r a -ev hah ead.M
safe. Williamaooei qt his job aad k bin a1 1 dhA. C tasI**I
rli. tlliM OW ftl o Idr 1 111W
two detectives red thek oalle.

One Georgia Train Rebseh M I ilmdle hr. _osll 4 di.
unl ci o a* i ad ddI
MACON,. Ga. May 4.-Osly oae a I a ho f i
trail over the Georgia road entered and evr l a-n
Macon yesterday and so trala was by a m btb wt s
operated out. The Incoling train Sopa wu d byt doe of
due shortly after eleven reached here b ii B to n
after four nl the afternoon. lorn of i M i aid ad mrly
Strikers at this point remain in ab- ..--. .I. s'si
Asmm. k r" ad m and
solute quiet and there is no apparent o a a rse whe o al a l do .
lanclination to raise a disturbance.

A Smle __ __ _
Is a pretty hard thing to accomplish
when you're blue, bilious and out of U U
sorts. There is a sure care for all
kinds of stomach and liver complaints CLOSEV FOR SESON
-conxtliation and dypepala. BaJ-
lard's Herblne is mild, yet absolutely
lelfectle In all cases. Price 50 cents FIVE PUPILS AWARDEO DIPLIMAS
per bottle. lScld by W. M. Johnon. FOR COMPLETING COUIR .

C :Er'i1ls of Oratory.
"l I.. :1 ;e h ieirly t ow- Performace by Gainesille Vaude.
Shal't d "
ville Co. God-New Businoess
**I sl'n,.. we yv,. hnve nmnrhanled y.,tr
.ar'.'u:'* ,I, l *- 'A rnkai'."" Enterpriss to Be Started.
"No.; I Ih:, '''t t-*'l i up that lip rt #of
It. But I have sele-'ted my anecdotess"
-Wa'bslngtouo Star. M 0('A.\OPIY, May 21.- The Mia-
i&opls Junior High k-Shol closed laot
huriRday after an eight-months'
RICH RED BLOOD iti,
The following pupils wvre awarded
diplomas for having completed the
Metar Rosy Cheeks, Clear Complex- Junior course: Grace Holloway,
ion, Bright Eyes and Plenty Anita Thrasher. Luon Thrasher. Clar-
f Eieage \\'VWakins uand John iJlrr W\atkins.
of nrThe lorirncljl, Misg Colllnu, left for
\\'Vavcroui., Ga., on Friday. Misa Gra'c
Whatt ldu'. rich, red blood uweanl' Fogg. the first as *latant, will spI.nd
It ilaaiI-. brain i tality. anibtonl, the lui r In thesu r East.
holwfulnhi.uA, 'rnie(nitcy, and td.\ery- The children all seem glad to be
thing worth luing for. out of school again
1:ut )eri lan hal\t rich, rt-d blood, Theb Galnes tlle Vaudcillle Corm-
if )our dlle stilon i1 Iniim rfe-t( and ,:.yu, gat' a laperfortuante at Feaster'd
'ctur dliK-,tion is certainly iniml.rftect lall on Thursday night. Quite a
;f ',,a haa. e-o'ur etx;(acah. bad taste' crowd was out to se th- l),o>s. ai.d
int l:aotth. llump of le'ad after tc-uiiJ all l lctnie.d c.ljoy l)) thben 'lvees. We'
ti'khilng of ga aznd iI rvous uanrest olpe they will coiue again.
iro f.r-.a l ing I tht- effrc. ouf nluli- ir. Edin ScIhklater was in town
gslaon, that nmay) times the eye-lght anturdav.
I. aiffl te'd Tbe Allcanopy "dprouts" went up
If ou hate. Indigati on or any siynlit to play the Galuaesville' iuds" Priday
tout of stomach distress or agony W'e hear the "Sprouts" bowed the
J W. McCollum A Co. will sell )ou liuds" how to play ball.
a mgllhty good remedy for 50 cents, Mr.. Carlton's brick building 1
and guarant.r'' It to cure or moaey showlu up pretty we.ll. It will he
bac-'k. ready- for occupancy by July It
She. re-ie.dly is calle-d Slnlna. It When completed It 11ll be one of
l ulerful. re-toutructite action ,ton the Un(elt building. in tou
the btol ach In little 3hort of mar\-I \\ith electrio lights a certainty, a
(ou. It ,te-,. up,. .trulegth-na and bottling works nearly) ready for busl
lu( iew life- ail energy Into Ihe It..~e alt h plant coming, we are
,ort *ea'it -at,latch In a ft-u dda I I ~-ginnlin to feel llg se can put on
cure.- I,, reumi',\. i th- c.* ~u-e If ,U a fe- ti t alr a I tt ltl Iter on.
- t tro a Iter, +,*,".-It h, A 'coaIUltee waited upon the ofi-
It a tsall plri(.c to i.4'1 fur lbatuih c(als of the Atlantic Coast Line la


Ilu iaadia.-ili'li> Jacksonalle last week to swe If the
Mill-on is oW ld y leading druggists tralns known as No 9 and 0l couldn't
in e*..ry toun in Amrtrica, and b) be run into Micaopy The offciall.
J W MNe('ollumn & Co. il Gainesvlllek. see wllllng to do tbls If thlnls
for ',ce I.ts a ba-u. can be arranged satisfactory to the
transportation department.
I Theb standard Oil Company is pro
paring to build a ab here ar th
Coast Ls depot
m W J. P. O'DU is home Sala after a
(la+,. C asrrk or aey aka. J few days On* the ad-
.etWibUs.U COumplete aM ddiBg Misae Price and adwim of Me-
'P*. .iboallAOL I Intosh are visiting h re for a few


'Om TT. wmu
TAKE se ACni

OLD LAUNDRY SILING'ST ON
PIRE SUNDAY.

sI ---l Was r m. Tm rJ
ai"laguae WHik the Chemi-


The City Counll should take ome
action regarding the old laudry
uildlnl which was partially kbure
and hare It torn away, as t *eem
to be bothering oeone a great deal
In Its present state.


AFTER



SUFFERING


ONE YEAR

Cwd by Lyda E P.-
mi'sVegetahM i u I-
ls Vr, -a- b a
b#ceu* *
vr we u. W at


Sunday moteran at about 4 o'lek
it was diaeovred to be em Ire O ar
the mcter of the huildla and there
Is no doubt tha thi wa the work
of lc t here wwas "m s
easiun to have -ma iae o tho
bildlig at alU -m it was rat
trrnrd.
la Its peet *m pe it lI st eyp
owe and th owner of the b'gm-
shoud he reatred to ear It awy
and stop thia aftets of the party wo
is evhestly dater led to have It
ped- om t of te way.
Thls is ut thoe elNr baili that
has bee ard i tlais wiify, tr.
-me steps sh.ld Ws be tabsI to
watch h r the elor"Ms sd wre
them fr thias ese, whM h is a swI
ms ems. A di-l Mre I ti
immedte toetry woMO esala
great Is" to a inrge agr of pm.
ple.
OGal the two .ahbmwa es mwag
require to (ezI sui the be, h r
luckily tM was diNsMvered
Maut psmmmm in tme to swebes
the~~ ~ ~ ~ Brum wh minId~


doay.
W. ILAateb h 1- ml"d Ilnt hi

l Hotel.
Mr. ad Mrs J. W. Chombelia of
Tar mm wwe i I b m lM 4.

The bmof dop od- m
AM the emperimeats of the OsVei*
AN dod i sr w d She O.
mI food imports ad tladltie
taimsm of Yale Usiv ity plmwe
thbMotsal onrer m 00 ewang
sad hbeahlet. Quaklr On ita
at tLw bad o theb at Iof ial a- Im
It is no only t beat hd. but It's
te chapel food on erth. -' Pned
Stima it wi kWep swet aad frd
anwhore ladanaitaely.

The AlHrmetws.
'It the window bad bee eight feel
rom the ground." posted the yoeua,
wilf. insteadd of eight storkt. I'd
have thrown myself out whhien ye-
quarreled with on. Then you'l have
had to be sweet to me wheu you
pkiked ie ". A *'? i f tves attempt
ailclde. they my. Just to I*4. letl,-
wb-ni Ihbe.y oile to."
*V't'." a.ild he. "Ltut .:;;;ctl.acs t*t)
don't comne t. rtlemlner "-New Tort
Preli.

everybody's friend-Dr. Thoma.'
Ek-ctric Oil. Cures toothache, ear-
iche. sore throat. Hesls cuts, bruises.
'a!~l. Stops* any pali

The lest Advise.
It yoml nare about ti* o o .llJ.n
1'l:l<'ih may 'mI'ca-' troul,'- :;k the ad
c*.' f at a u Ia r.lh I -i I t. I!
:'I .* wUI I.* trc.n r thb-s taint iof
"*r r' n. el I will lv blat kd Lby eo,
If'ri. ef Ato. l,'hh 1 i-li,0'! .
Keep an eye oim scur ctir, til. bI,
keepi I utlcrtCccia to' lmM- 4-v e iisd
telemlpe (o the c "i'r whrn't \Ntl
your **1rends."-I'. 1' h wi-lin.


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la to be a as ay tor ~th the
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a w.tw asthe witO a. iMt fO h
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Sle will dly we me thbe nWets
W. W eiser Neof i. iy emwas






ir terid a. H states that ery
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tad t e wr bop are iadlya r eBriu-







MelU'oaIe Aresetaloutwio allis tu-
ltae toe have arive % theW souW
to atted ties c&sad ng eraem of the
Stte t'lv rity h ItI h oI
U Dr. Mmrphre to remus to thi

ry wersth a short time d tIupeIn


maW. W. U of MIay wLa
tbre ~.'sterJsy lie stated that very
it trill !.s. faiL-&i ha idai action
sld th .. reia are bieday 8tilelleI'


qultt le sad a rlae nember of the
rowers te4a sh.ll ,rl 'toupee on
Monday.


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way t aim ha t r r al

W. C. Beo left yesterday for I-
esuem sad wM fasse that place his
e t. lie was ormerly co
muted wtb W. P. Meeley as mss1W
ma but resgned to accept a pos
t Sr at the above ptait
C. V. Baaloght.e a eoxtelsve
maIM e Archer, was greet la h
trade t he city yesterday. He
statna that Archer Is exzpertecag
great activity sad m h Iproveameut
tos ticed ta the little city.
C. Orae of Eolasto was in
Seity yesterday. r. Grace hay. He
f11t ety yebo y. Mr. Grace has
Jas retuarmd frm a two weeks' vilt
to pls io Georgia sad reports hav-
tg had a very pleasant outing
uinglunwith OI ftria ad rel
tives. He waa as route to his home.
A. Bosey ad J. O. Ot4es0 of
iLagh springs were visitors tu the
it> )rterda). Tbey have about comr
.irtel arrangemeuts for the bond,
tud thiak they will be succelful Il
eUtasg everything ready to liberate
taetr eos wthia the neat few da s.
Mr. ad Mrs. A. L Todd who have
bos iiaNg Galaesville their home
for the pat ew waeek departed ya-
tmoday ou Kr tuly. which *tat*
ther wi make their future boae.
'. Todd was coae ted wth the
QaseatIe Pwrnlture Comany while
w re.
Mrs. Ida S. Lamphia, who has
be a the city fo the past several
days viUtlag her sister, Mr. N Welsb.
t North Gaesville, returned to her
home at L~Akelad )etorday She
was here for the purpose of atteuadlg
the funeral of her late father. Jamnes
"A: duer
Hul. J U. LJumpler chairman of
the liard of County Comulssitur.
was I the city yesterday II* bha.
recetly "old some %aluatllr tfaruiii
&and to R 1) Median and wa. hr.,
for the purpoter oUf ttiuL thr Ia.ltr.-
.trailghtl.ne l u- ..I d I .l :Il i' .'
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lpli -1 Lu I .k 4H ,.1 .1
-ocfll4Ded bkt bi. I.oittkc dauallgt M I

WUo'.&JS tbfruugh \\ d4. ... .AA416


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of the most extenlve truckers of that
place, was here yesterday looking at-
ter ome business matters. Besides
being extensiely engaged In growing
egettable. Ie- has oue of the Iftlrbt
,riUtM. IArTfo)'- u the southern Ipati
.f I tit <* :l.l
Rev. C. I. Strouse I amoag the
tilltors to the city lie has beean I
rather ioor health for the aIst( f.ew
UlutiLtb alid It I uld.rtrlodl thAt Lii.


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Mrs J VCF' ari. I -ft Yzterd.y fur
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FRT Ip WESTER


WHILI MIS HATTI IENOLISH
LIADS IN THM IASTItN.

All lSctlias ao the Cc ; ty Are Astive
ard It WI i P:y Conte.tart~
rna f ic


rr--uI -'m- oft~ Nisp
9"- she @Nodal=lsda e


ma T. K. s I of waftis
someThe wo mtoate city, the

Mrs 3.0. k.of 111gb 5irlawar.
ili ad *th eley yesturdayme a sor~t

4' ~ W. P. 06cU e alaperemed a
41W Wtvof picaichers whovtlskd

fldb -C M Its gsoftom
em- to dm tsa wUd PII
Seumu SG m 1u1u W. IL stme
381m Alin 9WbtvA onmat
pinq f tof Waslo v
bd to h r yeamr




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Pm.. d -.L
vdI k ms i a aft
AN b OwDmom..ma Ueseteft
W"1 "r -O ftf I are he.


NW. & mmON hmumm"w"
DI$111" 11W o

own 0b N so m NOhY d a
*0 NU to a v ws. bt

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1w.IL WIMN o Amw Is 101
ftbm"no e et"n* d
slw sw al owft n innorumb


sem at eemm ang d e at taLeM
ao-g iu im sad si lepes

p W. & Ibehee of High Spr1i1
wa be r M lday. He states that be
has e-- aeraHe Ia that place
hiBself. whitah calts of forty-te
gopher a rattlesnake. eposaso
with fix youngotome. .andl "'co'i s
e has sa ble "tlph rW' let c!on
to a party at q At.uctuae.
Mtos W'Iared Pedrkk departed
yesterday for Spatantlrr C., to
vist bhr ester. MYt Rosabel. and
ctteud the eemmencemet czcrtl-re
of Couverw C~ag. of which the let-
ter I a st-deat. Missla Wnifred
win spd amewral weeks tI that see-
tie. while hbr eiter wvU return to
bet bas* bow
h lome o A.IO
aims IM- aI ta eof WaMs wa
MMn the ewerns l t the ty y7


for a eMt A lht tos rmr sad t*.
dves at M omwr.
T. L C eme a the gSaduatt
sdIta s at the I term el the t'm-
vwe.ety, was hbe yesterday.
L B. B wl, a promieat farmer
o ithe AAbe seetie, was tnrsact.
Shusiea IN the city yesterday.
a to r. aMd Mrs. Moshey Tay
t1r. a her, whteh arrived Tu g
day. Bth m thr at d eldM are re-
a bdts eeUdt kt y.
Ki Oldys Me Phhud loft ye-
SMfor eo. O&.. where she will
Jae brw mthor, who 1 vihstim ha r
s tlow .Dr. J. H. Jama.
Dr. kepprel, pro&mer Uo manth
nMms in the U ivrltly.b hs g to
te NMlle weM to spd the m em t,
but wU rimi bnlre it tIhe faL
fDr. 3.. a tLliA. poema a ea
totry at te UlverIty. left yester-
ay t~ he ease n to Pams..
l WIbl WI ee of the slreeos In the
eptol at caI
Ms. IMa M el Citra was t the city
Ir a w bees yeerdeay, thes get
Of Mrs J. P. HIlL She was rete
to New yTkt tate, whew she will
qpmt tihe amOr.
Mi Smdlbh GoasheL. ho has bee
qweftothe PON tea dm a eraM
thoe at f the family ft M. Crews,
1t te i4purawm t Sft lm, return
tI her b ryesmerday.

ar-ved the city yesterd and wlU
pd tihe mat several days here vit
lUtg her mother. Mrs. 8. M. Wkther-
spen. sad other relatives.
Mise Isabl and Rebecca Padgett
let yerday for Ulovervlle. N. Y..
sad after a few weeks seat there
wUl proeed to the Adritodacks
Moastairs to spend the summer.
R 8. Bradley of Wacahoota was in
the city yesterday. He state that
the people of his section have enjoyed
Sne ralas during the past week and
hat it a* u areat utiwualant to tII
growicig crrepi
I. M. Davis. of the frm of Davils
Over. will leave today for the mark-
eta of Tennewee and Ketucky. lie-
fore retuaing he will select a carload
of fancy stok for the local market.
which Is one of the best in the State.
John O. White of Newberry was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He is
engaged to the Jewelry business at
that point uad also carries a line of
house faralnshlas, and states that
uJaIne-sa is r~,.' guod for lhihs sj oau
*f the )ear
On account of the rain yesterday
afternoon the May Day Festival and
baby show was potpored until Frl
day afternoon. when. if weather is
favorable. it will be held at the 8eaul-
mary barracks, bet If unfavorable the
Electric .Theatre will be used. Time.
;. :;. cluck.
Dr. N. H. Schlater of Mcanopy, onea


lMti Pattie Zetrouer. Rochelle
Mis ,Lula Perry. Rochel.l.
Mis Emama Guthrie. Rochelle
Mis Jewel Godw l. Hasthorn.
Miss Wilma Maines. Mouteocha
Miss Myrtle Hanmmond. Haw-
thora .............
Ml UGeorgia Snow den. Hatchet
Creek ..........
Mis Nellie keetes. Mirancil.,
Miss Mattie Jealags. Rochelle
Ms ma Enteasa, Waldo .
Miss Mary Louls Atwater,
W aldo ... .. ... ......
Miss Mary Hall. Orange Hellbht
Mls ELffi Timon. Earlelou .
Mio oVandalia Staf. Waldo...
Mls (;rtrude Sinath. Fair
Ibank .
.Mia ~IMami. Ilalley. Wald
%la& (j r., i M r la
di' .


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3.135

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Western and hortlern ter.U4.n.


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Mim
Miss

Miss
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Miss
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Miss
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Umie Avrrtt, Newberry 22.gU
Amale BevWlt. Arrtomdo 19.4l
EmUI WUNlm.a, Trtitomi.ll.4
Jewel ftlaey. Hutau ....13.O
Clea Plehett. Newbrry.. 4.
'Oertrude Oulta. HaI e.. 4.2l1
Ada Pearre. Newberry... 2.9.
Mabel Brnett. tLatC.w :teq
I.ula u a.. I rll .......... I.rl
A. Gruff. ,"e Iw lrry... ..... 7
tiv'th Akin. Aried<,,-l., ... 47
I.lsi 9S lLth. Ne.l.rr... F.4
Mnih Cato. Alacrbu..... 4,4
I'earl Mcleod. Alsertbu.. :.,
M. N Sanchex. Newberry 14
I .. Parker. lACrom- ..- Ii


to Work *

As will be seen bIs rerfr n(e to the
'ist. Miss Ladwig l.ids In the We -r section. and ML-1 Englsbh In the
-*. tern. bat all lrec! ct of the
ocnty are now showing up fne and
aeh day the reslt changes an these
-ectos.
By special arraagemat, we have
oee enabled to lacrease the prices.
and now every candidate ht the race
wMl get a prime-a certlaeste good
for $3 as a eash paymet on any
plo bought from the A. R Harper
Pliao Company. eo Jackslmvae. In
Iddittm tothis. they wl give to
the rt Ave following the leader to
each sectia of the county a eCetn-
ate good for 100,. sad this can be
pplUed as a payment In the same
manner. This me that you ca
purchase say ptma you want and ue
his as a cah payment and make ar-
agemeats for deferred payments.
The am lastrument that ti now be-
tlg give away can he purchased tor
the artiete sad l$ so t wi pay
yeo to be amorn the rat Ive follow-
tag the leeder.
Weekly ebh are st ill coming. but
we urge the caidates to work
Uming their frieds while their time
t uaoccupled--t will prove prot-
able for them.
Pallowlta Is the stadlni of the
cmadldte as a result of the coat
yrerday:


MEDICAL.

QUICK RESTORATIVE for lost aa-
hood. Batiaufaca grasteed or
mosey refunded; ee per bottle.
Sod by W. M. Johasto.


Cam Tmr Ped i*


rsdrt?


(r do your eye. tire, blur,

rmart o0 cehe when you

Sead for a time?


Wanit
def".0Is
ritt t*r
It-A I ;-.


we-atimer awnerallIy ia"ackem i
rt'. t, 1,1t1 It. aktlw tI s 11w j
I- dett-v't plr villat VA. 'It. I


.- M ale gra~lluAte 4 'thC hll*alljrv
4'mIUirlai t" uIAt Iet M lft.1 elai.]LAI
t1,in..


hIf Ill .l *I%
-..erAiaIte' I[ite. v tit


aI. '*


C. H. COLESI& SON
Jewdo s pbumm


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...WANTS.,.

WANTED.

WANT t) w-.-d hepd safe abhou
54N. W. D. dhldlysom & Co,,
Wanl, iP.

WANTED-RalIed ecyprls pilln
0 to SO feet loa ; qmuaity. red
black. Hw pe tise. tada
beat quality. For fll Inf~rmat
write press Manufacturting
Jacksonville. T, .

WANTED--A good eompery writ
best sck. decide t sad mat
death poUey ea earth. msa rate
all occupation, color or sex. no
strIction. deres spelal agents
handle country sad city trade.
pay. Can hbadle as a sMdllnae.
dres Box 164, Scrantoa. Pa.

PF0 0ALL.

FOR SALE-Duroe pi, $I each. L.
H. Willis, rEvaste. .

FOR SALE OR LEASE-The owner,
Mr. J. G. Alvares. having retired oa
ascomnt of Ill Iealtk tho store
bllding and Sea Island cotton gt*-
nery occupied and operated by hil
at Stake. Rl.. for thirty year are
now ofered for sale or lease
favorable term. Buildigs consist
of store 25x10 feet. two stores. l-
eated la the heart of the business
district. and a twotory brctk l|
house o same lot 50 feet from
store. Machinery comsts oft one
gasoline eangne two mew double
roller 8Se Island oton gis one
rist mill. one rice huller. hydraulic
pump and otto press. lectrig
lights and water works throughout
In bhoe and sore. Stake is a
prosperous and Irowlng town of
1,5 lthabitants, well located as a
ottom market and is the trade cen-
ter of the reat "Bradford county
strawberry ladustry. Pine oppor-
tualty for a supply merchant and
cottoa buyer. No compettlom. Ap-
ply to Paul C. Canova, Starke. Fla.


elaeIrfiI-Cetratl aleties.
Miss Jaesie Evan ...........9723
Mir Addle Goode ...........n7.25
Miss Margaret Ladhetter .....2,406
Mis betolle Beal ...........132.670
Miss Bleste Carver .......... 93.0e
Miss Nora Stalu ............ 60.4
Miss Getrade Harrd ....... 3,490
Mis Myra swearintea ...... 1.651
I Mse Blsache Thompsm ..... 15.125
Mina Aura Lrwis ......... 13.06
Misa Mary Perandes ....... .8U&
Miss Alee Schafer .......... 9.17
MiL Mabel Wdlliams ........ 7.435
Miss Anale Bell Taylor ..... .550
Mrs. N. W. Taylor ........... 5.936
Viss Mamie Crouch .......... 4.340
Miss Eha Baukalght ......... 3.45
Miss Grace Bullard .......... 3.Z..',
Miss Ell Italle ........... 2.330
Mi0 M3ude McKay ........ 2.23
Mfls TFannie Whiting ....... 1.4T
EasMtra ad Soutern District
Miss Hattie English. Tacoma... 152.00
Miss Mabel McCredle. M'enopy 144.72.5
Mis !Arnie M.'redle. M'cnopy lo2.913
Miss iessle WHaits. lHawthorn 72.s.;
Miss Ella Jolly. Orane -Heights ;7~'.4
Mils Marte Chamberlin. Mica-
nopy ... .. .. .... ,7 3
MissL Ikrtle Shaw. Fairlanks.. 4.3'60
Miss Coroelia Cmr~n. Kucky
Point .. .... 3 .49.
Mi s LaVerue Itobbitt. M'cDnoiy ;2.145;
Mlib Pauline Carlton. Mica.
nopy ............. ....... 31.616
Miss Agnes Zetrouer. KRochhelle m ...hma
Mias Auule Iewalr. lHasthorin s.e*.o




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