Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 28, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01680
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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This is 9plnon Held by Wel-Informed Politicians R.3n,....to wa, t... c.c o No Trains Yet RInaing on Georgia Ralrod-

In the National Capital.

VWASHING(;TON. 'a "7 -Th-rr i -,ing Ilew *-rtniln;, fl.r wlilch tli. iro-
Itn longer a -eniilelunte- of,4 iolt in titl ( mnindf of arny w ell- tfr: l. I p ,,i if :I t:t:l ectet d the < hhif t xef i~ t.I I a will
here in Washingrton bult 'lI It 'r -i. -',- '1 '. doii:g \ar'tl. wah.it the bigr ilanu-
Taft will sign the Pa 1ii1 14e rih iill !facturer. tuio r.toud tl n! would d
Iook where you will. lite-rt(i-w Iromni.when they ii.ade large contrihutlions
inent men from morning until night Ito the R 'ilepublican -campaign fund.
and it i, ImlKpslhle to find a state--- he protected interev.ts rallied to the
man of prominence who will admit aid of the lit-lubhlican candidate be-
that he maintains the belief the Pres- cause they e.xiected. and had a right
dent will veto the measure. to expect. that if the Iparty of pro-
President Taft's statement while in tection was lctorious. Aldrich wouhl
the South that he believed the tariff look out for their profits in framing
bill would be one that he could sign the new tariff measure. and that Pres-
was so construed by many as to Indi- ident Taft would also do his dutI
cate the satisfaction of the President sign the Aldrich bill ias the lead
with the pending hill. which has been of the party of protection. The tnrsts
denounced In e-%ery section of the were therefore most liberal In their
country, by ninety-fite per cent of campaign contributicuii.
tne newspapers of the nation, and If President Taft would sign a tariff
by every branch of the business bill placing sugar, lumber, oil and
world except the tru.-t- and protected oil products. Iron ore and steel, and
manufacturers. The latter, alone. a p- woolen and cotton manufacturer on
pear to be perfectly satisfied. They the free list. the Republican part?
have made no criticisms whatever. would in all probability go to pieces
It mu.t lite undTertood, howe\t.r. Ir, The protected interests would no
Justice to the Pre.lident, that he I- longer be given nmonoluiliek on the'
a position where hei ran .exo-rrlct-e il A.merican markets and be free to ex
unbounded discretion as to w h. the!.rtort fabulous profits from the Anieri
be shall sign. relu e to s.ign. or i-.t, can couasumier. Therefore they would
the tariff bill after it is ioas.(rd hb no longer tw willing to contribute it,
Congress. lie was elected as the the campaign fund such colossal sumt
head of the party of protection llte as they are now contributing, anul
caure of bethI a Replullir'an Presi would not in all pIrohbillty adopt the
d'-nt. he' ret;lli h irl ioii l' .P- lesperate tactics they inow ure to
it -i igitn the' bill. or iat I. a-t inot d compel their eimployeis o vote the
; !i.ii It ltlat v 'ill ri its I.. iRepuli lictan tick. t
.' m-nl it it dh.-- gi e the trur-ts. a The tariff eystemn as it is now ma-
S hi \' r i priz'- I:' kag*e tllha iiiliil.it.l d ake it a lousilness pirol -
li tofore. litn ldoinei s h, ii ere1 -IitionI for the' triusit. to h,' iin lillitic-
c; .. ilig o tlhet 1 t f '. r '*I r The'y donate a (etrl:in l ai no iit ot
ti ri cip'l- rniuclw ty to (he Re 'lellli:can carnpaigii
ii the' I'r- id. iwi ti 1 I 'ili funiid, witth e I explee action tlitt tII
Il ih lprrnmii-.- ,to frtlho r in(crre ;as- high tariff wall will tIw kept proll'-i*
tI ,%ot ofll I' iie 1 oi 1 Ipflo ui i iup. ai:d tI!.h will I- anlde to ge.t their

Both Branches of Legisla-

Cragreemerrnt Between Cirector
North and Secretary Nagel.

WASIlNGTON. M.1, --S. N, i
North. diit ltor to tie (< :i.su hi:s te,.1
detred 1i.1 r.-i.giati,ln :ii I'r ,sie .'nt
a.ft anid it a.t. accti et-.l i'awr-o 1ia8 .
lile resignation is a i et.it rtult of
hi- r'ec-ni (c(;ntrito -t walth Setretary
of Comnniercet andd lailr Nagel.
The following tatenient in connec-
tlon with the case was- gil\.n out at
the White Houwe;
'Imtrettor North tendetre'd his resig-
nation as director of the cen.us. It
uas accepted and the name of Mr. E.
lIaua Durand. now deputy commis-
nioner of corporations, has been sent
into the Senate to aoceed him. Mr.
North' resignation was based on the
ground that on account of conditions
existing and likely to continue, hib
.idminiltatiaion of the census office
would nout probably be successful.
It has been supposed up to within
lie last few da)s that the contro-
iiersy between Secretary Nagel and
Director North had blk-tn amicably ad-
justed. The friction between the two
continued. however, and at la*t Sec-
retary Nagel put the matter squarely
lup to Plresident Taft. saying that
clther he or Mr. Notth would have
to leave the service. aa existing con
ditions between them were impos-
-11 h-.
Director North held to the I hllef
that the census bureau aas an Inde-
lendent Institution and that he was
respon-lIile olily to the Preslitle.t. A
con gressioinal enactn'ait put the ('.i->
.ius Itureiain undlr the' I l'-partoinliit (o
(t onullierfe and I.ilx ,r. hoat vi. aind
St-'r-tar. Natel :Ilt that inll olitt of
ii. gr eit pltw r i toui. rrt if tI, C'On-
!- Iue it I't it l-'ire' .r. tlhAtI official
I. ,! I-r .Iui ,,r,' 1 :910 to) I I a! llii I
I! < I t 'r Ii rt* I, Il l I I : il .l
IT t .1^ i tl :t(-I I I m llI. I [ lt; t to
I .1. r 1 ,r N irtIL .& P..ill ii ,ato ftrrod i

pie Take Iavtoryd Feg Sqyly.

ATLANTA. May 27.-The tension
ii the (;Gorgla Railroad strike has ln-
ciease'd with tvery hour's delay In
tellingng the race question involved.
Thli wasA the attitude in which nego-
tations for terminating the strike
Serre conducted here yesterday. I'nl-
ti*d States nialls held up since the
beginning of the week. a dozen coun-
ties fIclng dmnorallsallon of bulsnes'
and the race i*ue brought continually
into una holsomnie Iprominence, were
the factorI which spurred the nesgo
tiatlons through hours of discusarlon.
Although no statements were made
an to the ground covered. It was
learned that a very quick settkleent
is looked for. provided any agreement
can be reached.
It was learned late yesterday af-
ternoon that a feeling of nervousness
exists on both sides In the control
very of the gravity of further delay.
This was taken to indicate the poe-
sible approach of an agreement de-
spite a report that Mr. Scott has prae-
tically refused to consider any basi
of settlement that does ot permit
recognition of the seniority of certain
iw'gro Bremen. Mr. Scott, however.
has not refused outright to enter Into
-irliltration. 4
That Mr. Scott trged Governor
Smith to Issue a law and order proc-
lamation in the communities border-
ing the railroad was reported late
:a.t night. Governor Smith mauitain-
ed his ,r\il:uly announced attitude
that tiutll there has appeared some
'efnllte dau I.r that property will be

destroyed or lives jeopardisd ga
such proclamation should be ea-d.
Governor Smith and rGeeral Ma
ager Scott of the Georgia Ralroad
had a long conference in te after-
"noon at which wa discussed the fes-
Ibility of submitting the trouble to a
board made up of imen esoverat
with local condition alon tie rail-
road. United States Comissioner of
lAbor- Neil called on Goveror
Would Cendemn" Feed Supply.
Vartles towns la the strike tr
took Inventory yesterday at their v
Ibe supply food. Madiaso reputed
at least I daya of plenty a pr opet.
Wasuhlaton reported a shortage
yeast aad pries risag.
At UtMeia. May Brard mi: "I
supply should run short selr t e
come esary. I Ishal imply
deun th traia load of perishali
goods0 ow 0m the sAdi at ditmifl
aad toellw th ektla to elp th -
There are Iam of previolea t
Utaola and e e beea s PpU to
maintain the l aa L riha le pa tl
their conteta to good criltlM.
In addition to the Visible e-rle
the townsa have their ir-bt ---
of transportation, headed by a te.
tion engine traviellg -Nrely a no
and a half per hbor. Va0loebll wri
daring drivers and dane srT e- -d-
mule teams with darkey drivers ad
cracklag whips, atNgoftlhr a e--
nat lo wbhic has furnished a brIl
(Contlnued on Pag Two.)

Young Man of Raleigh

Met Death in Saw Milm

ture Hold

'\!..il. W l iF :I: I'. -; II.
i l., Ia l llil o T' t' -il .i Il l.4 l Ilth.
.i I. \i .st I I \ -- Ii t .I N e# s to to ,1 l. ll
li.,i % oik anid Ieshuih I i I. i iour billI
th e Igh to I h rd r, .')I.:.- I kill .'
'I .. I'' i .'I uIi| i*tani a t' lnle ofl t 1I
dac a I thiu' uniete 'ln'ual e ffort toe
o :, tad lh ito of t ..lli ,.o\ rnor oi
t%. hil.ii.I tIho i.I-t l l Iroih I i-rloer InW
tL. IlhiiN-ts i I ill I~r, ila l lis tg fire, tiI

sull t:.4e 0' oCill oAllpslll ft llll l i t llligK 11;'

u le, il fa i |,olhl i
S ..iatlor Flo uIu l, i t -l \r ful .ildre-,. I it fI (avor otl geOilig cit i it,?
he. : of It.- <;ot rnot. buIt the- iot,'
at t* m tl' ( I'* I -' daek. th-
al *i 1 it'l i 1t kiii ht.
lii .11\ I ilhird
i, i l I. .-i,. i e,. i.,' I l |. it .,' b1ll1 r, 1 ,t

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I. :. ;lind inlit\ r i' ia of tlii- St::tI
" t oll 4 he .- eo ,. I I l %l e,4l i l.t 1- tf Iot ,I
.e'\e-. ut tnle t .iltine race
S'- .' All l.iw :i.l |.oert- o! l. .A .
1i ( coiltll t e ii th t i l italnd liti.- '.:tii! a r', I \ r.
iea i e- l.4
'S-c' .: rThi. act shall tak. ffoect
iluiin lpri al % thlr (t'ic ierinor. or u|on l l
t.-o' uiigi a law awIthout his alp

pr, tal
I()lploslileo Ici lto lhl bill i *e'lxi,'(red
to mnatrialize lu p lenit .lMau> hold
Ihat Ih i. lre -'*lt >>-tc'l of sepilaringi
th -1iut ioii. i tlliucl'li it .' le ttl r iand
liter i 1 ia I 1 a. ii tli IIt.It r it -t i
ire oltiiall 1 .1t, l i i. .ti t a thlair ,i ..
L i lt c e i ,- I t. 1 li I i
: '. ,I i i l II ; li litil i,.I I ,..*' i I lli 1 ,li ,)

Si 1 .1ii i I Ilh i l0 ,,,
. t). I i i.. I .
,I i '. .. i i', .

Si. i 1 i I -. I t lt ft I l I I I, ,i|s, I

I. fle., li. llll I l I, I ( I, 'll ll lie r
Thre (rt- l. \i rich I'm ii1e Ili e \ n .I \i< ia c iius a -
:i ius he- iP lint i, -r. ing olf a o e i
-.\ r.'*. e, 'itlhe t I t !i 't il ei xtrtii ploro,
i-e li.t icu It ii- i l-more. the' print< ipll..
.iaInd l'- the uiat. laI. 1111hih 1- ti o i n
Sllin.ed for aui adau-ce' in the coist
A I liilul lach uIi a) a follow the new'
tariff lawI
I'rtslde-ii Taft e acts land as. la
tionls ille Hle-Ic'ellle.iK icPrelidentl. ho
ter, are ruch that he cannot hopw.
to esrcai- tlitK (i clumrlll-ed with the'
reactionuariei. A Tariff Refornet-r."
in the June nunll, r of The Americau
Magazine. imeiaureis the tnew I're l
let-lnt as follow 1
halt a llI Mr Taft do' I sisth
tI.Iat w(Ic ci'uieii i did not lirniL t ,o
1.MppiliK i iI- I-Iad I ansit toe I hihk
Ir lafit i ta li' n li.r.- e U '- for M r
<'. ..! ,i< 1i 1 1 I I \ a1 l t hat lih i '
a .- I oll thit Mlr Alde it h e I- too
i* i t Io rit if. ii'f I oiliute lt l|ik.
l I I ,' c i, 1 -

It{ALLE:;iI FI.I Mavy 27 -RtaYvfold
',Ipp. ItK' l '", l-ai.o, ~utso of Mr. aid
MI. It IK S.a.p of Ihils inhlty,. was
killed at ik.n -lu,. Iu 4nlaniia, on the
ITili of .Ma.. and lil. body was re-
I fd hIie- on the .'::rd
%1,iut nflie vrka e go. >'eilm J. li,
hool olbtailit'd empnilloynirent at Hom-s
el!it in a large' irilel-r nil'l a f re-
ml.l, iand on ltei 17Ith lof May In sonme
iinlte(rious way his right foot was
caught In a small pulley and his en-
tire limb waa torn off near the. hip,
and In thins condition he lingered for
four hours. when death Intervened
Ilil people here' are at once notl-
fled by ailre, anid his bdy was ex-
Ipre-'5 d to Ralilgh, arrillii mci Ilre
lin ford happ wai an exnemplar)

,aig:ig nan.a a rkillful mc.hanlc, and
at the time of the unfortunate occur-
rence his young ilfe, with a Ave-
ronths-old sweet little boy. were pr-
paring to join him nl his new home.
ilts wife. Ilee Miss Vernon. of Carn-
bNll-. Fia., anid Mrs. Vernon. with a
large number of relatives and friend,
met the casket on arrival and reder-
ed every assistance to the stricken
To aMr. d MIrsi. K. app the ews
fell lwth crushing efeet. The e t e
community extend deepest rsympat
to the bereaved.
The body was laid away at Joses-
vllle. Alachua county.

Isa't ther something which only a
wart ad. cam do for you today?

Pensacola Liquor Man Ar-

rested for Refilling Bottles

. o-f i lil 'i *.' loof IatU d
C Ole -C i, I le eel.i-

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4A IN E'SAILI XI-I IIIE E-,01PA. I18hA 1'.'AY' 2 1909

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1bWO DoPeileuei by An bflPse
of soam sonThursty.

m aegrealtl Intested
b 00.S- NW ecOiPMe of tbo
go, MMA soIm s o nhe evening,
W&. The phewmom.
as am hbe GemvIs adl over the com-
dYm- v te y Is lear.
to deao mod=e MHO of the m
us beom"agrumI a"d the -
( as .d of the arth
-- -rMW O'e the baa b body.
M & SW a1 80egtt probably
ft 4 SOWdfe 4C the MbssbssppI.
i wU I bet me*" odd
o anf aath .
A* am ob" hore sob a
so" Iow 4d ItWE heebsomrve
~- wE- 1- andIo
Som -a s Nm

MICC.II 0 G~ dlpf
m ft ad Ist sn
1 S 10bapmsd
Now, t -W go %pto mt"
d~b o f 4fStwmw m hsw
m w m go be so a4dgoGI.

"a W* a t i a

*aw e" a f t er,
a. a' r~l siw ghIn

*W=@lM t heet ft vlth
SinWMWs the&

a- atof their a wil be wit-
,;inn a im-t- lter, on thursday.
aas UO1es skeest. The
a l tIt will have is to
Sdin I*in set hamr
Sgfa r aWleS e isa pree Sely the
o whis saved the Uves
41 and s party IN the Isle
Sjasna to the yar. 164. The a&-
% I al d thea fSed. Columbus.
N *ha M an eespae wa de. told
L ftae Od was agry because of
i lar b pitaty, and woudM take
aWB tlh Mgbt of the moos. The m
t that the natives aw the light
*4 they rhled to their store-
ad brought out their choicest
"@ds -peatag the "white
--ap to bring hac their moon
m u@ Lhdeaded It back In about aa
h eartlest account of as eclipse
-o discMered In the tomb of a
Osm Iemperor. The date has been
S by chmologksts as January 29.
oa. c.
mN ,t C.


WINUOnMLD, I1.. May 27.--Con
-- IWUl~ la rair of Chica-
-1b the Ioer I'alned Statesa u-n
Wa UlUselno He wau elected
S OWe a -tfth ballot i the as-
IMW yesterday by a ealltlk of
Da crats and ifty-ie
votes, to aII the vacancy)
Mleis, which has existed ton
aes aince the term of Albert
NephIta, Republican primary can-
ri rW-election, expired on
SVle mto to spar the r-preewnta
rbe the Isth district of li1
brqbe the WSeatorial deadlock
al etoited It the rurty-sath
al lably of IlSlals sce

e m /s i ia wmply h the
ben MM to me e who ik am

b d aw 10 Ps
bop yeur a an the want ads

bofb a




It is cheaper to keep

out flies than it is to

pay doctors bills.

bmr Sm Wie....hs a ft

b .N. N ...k 25k .
nalmbu *h...S5cup
@dll l ......... Ik p
Fah lrbP ....... ... .

ub. ... 1.....

amod rom P ie one.)
ra the tkm ...... ..
a rabk rurl oMtlea.

SttI*me MiO and many a bo
aY Prai k #or phil emuniultles.
Offtm^ fm me"w NA--


Wm smN




Telephen Lines Ales ODmaged. Out
Apain Placed in Theregh
Working Order.

The rain and wind stormn of Wed-
nesday ,re 4jd lis.atromus t it lh.* '.i, h
gronepr lhwat.ied ,,t 1 of G(;lne'stil,,.
ja- In th .e'ltn i h-re ;:h a rov.s ar,
located a lir e nunimtr of iw ach.
wer,. blown to thb. grounl l.-f,r, nia-
Thb Gainsc\ille orchard. located
only a few milel.s west of Galnne^tile
suffered a h*-avy Ikw. In this manner.
as :t was noticed that the ground
was ;!rvtty well covered with fruit
that was yet unmatured. This same
conditloo also exists at Arno. TIog
and the other peOch actions da to
The telephone lines of the East
Florida Company were also placed
out of bualesa temporarily, but they
at once put a force of men at work
and have agaln gotten them In order.
Prom nearly every section they
have had some rain, but It has been
In streaks sad not general, and the
cantaloupe growers feel that unless
they retlve rain within a abort while
the vine will bur completely up.
The rain cloe around Oalneaville
was also in streaks. It did not rain
at all two miles west of town. and
a large part of the c"ntalopes are
pelted from two to six mile west of
the city.


Cured in Twm Weetsm or Meney Back.

This sod ature ao the country In fact W. M. Johanon, the druggist.
aong the allt railroad was a re- has a wonderfully efficient hair re
M I feature durl the neotla- storer called Partilan Sage which
ts t, Atlaata. tor one of the grave. costs only 0) cents a bottle that I
eat aspects the trike has been the guaranteed to cure dandrul in two
--aaar- rialag sympathy which ha weeks or mon-y bacl
baed it all alon the Ine. Parisian SBae Is the discovery of
As eoer of aid in moving the malls one of the wor!d's gr.ate-t bcientists.
was seat to Wa*ab'tc- yesterday by'who knowing the value of sage ai as
VICe-Pr*sadt Ball. who lI conduct- scalp cleaner and hair restorer, comn

la the strke, and who wired the
Poitmaater-eneral as follows:
"It Is currently reported that an
efort Is being made to charge the
Brotherhood of Locomoutve. Lrenxl.'l
and EnJineers with resaonashilitv for
Int'lrterence with the nI'ltd iSatec
alls on the Georgia Railroad. S)
far from this being true. we stand
prepared to aid you in ge.ttlng the
naills through. I should In- glad to
confer with any repreenitatile of the
Post ioice kl|pa titnint de-.s-ii.. d t,-l
you and (ti aid )ou n It atcciipljiSilllhn
this result
The band car hich is carr iie.
mail out of Atlianta w~cnt n ierl) wiles to I'nilon i'int.
SIx strike bre;ak.rsr who llit th.-
employment uol theh t;.corgia KiilIo;:i
Saturday c luiilhlainl.d iI li.t Atl.islia
Pulice Courilislioin, r (hargini tOit
they had ibeen brought hi-re by mlu-
repreim'ntatlulns aid had It.H i >i.clI
call prisoners for scelral dayr) in
a hotel, Inailly gKt llll into (colnliliuii-
cation with etrikrt Ity nlte. ildropp.e.d
fronu the window A dl*'lt'(it I %
agency whi h had had ciharme of the-
c-iuad of strike bre'akerL anisTered
the charKe., dcularling the'in unlruer

Nothing DOing in Augusta.
Al'GI'STA. May 27. The strike
situation in Augusta resnained quiet
yesterday. The local lodge of the
Ptremen'a I'ulou met last nibht and
took In a large number of new mew
There hate -twenI no ratherings in
the climill)i of the railroad >ards nor
denonstrations of an) sort local at
tentlon ha turned to Atlanta. sline-
the c-lnter of actllon wasr truaaft rie l
to that ImpliIt l! ir S tlln dleplartlur

Out lat unght? lHeadache and nern
as thia morning ? Hicks' Capudlie
hl t th thin to At you for business
Clear's the head braces the nerves
fry it At dru stores

bined It %ib other ingredients ItI
prwoler proportions, and the result I?.
the must wonderful hair tonic inI th.
Parisian Sage Is a most i l.a'.ant.
daintily I lrfmsrse'l hair dr*s-izec. and
besides eurinis lcandrufi'. %wa Ir mr:,Iz
%%A .el r iunour won.- yI( If itils
to mtop falhig ha ir ortitch h. -f.1
it nit ti k i : hvi ls &r '' um-.1
who d."-ro.' of,est it:aitft'i .icid i mia:
riazet h~air *.sia I .eo it ins t'. s

ll lljing thi f. Il, ol 1, Il I k ct 11L
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r a v Ir-I t:

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I'ari-i.er ir e *mI
lM l otOilc. esi.
A h~a%- us. of1 .sriouiz% heir itel.
and van ha ..v thist Ilari-i~ati sat jcs~
Iiv hall...l o har. ll, h M le L -aik' i .e,1
Isearanisce i ida, theI oA'tdI efiiesiii
A1141 k4 4 l. p i. IIII 11 p ctmitl iijtl I- ass I
li for th- hair aid far headl ci
al- ot h r tome 1 4I % I e. cF its" 1'- N
P.O. Mich .l'e-4Ni* c2iAdticr 9,cVitF.1(V

Force of Habit.
There arvmFCoiA dhabitssa mid 1-t tshalo
it ms. (et t he gStim h a 3hit lit 1441c110
. ountd to the Itaird t .eie' .i m 11 4iv"o
visie c. I he- o nso ug wict iireg lic r aii
hotir 4cr c %0, If o udon's (arc imth
,'I P;4ietuai..e.911% % 1 .i111.1c 'c it j 1I Ili.
icj lia h .unirti.- tolgaeu re' Nm. lc b it. i
evN.*tj hiI thu-llS 14' j iwt la I % .11-1114 !. I
'Ilcct lit% 111 h i t, %.-r 1h4 liti. til:i '

Wanst ad~iuurioing Is a force sbidt
tou can hartuaetci, and with ibl hb y-oi
can drive your plans said purivos&*
to any desired dototIatke*


No Order
kth Phes 215

ol Kitchela
How do you expect to se.
dure the broiling days of
summer if you prepare all
the food over a glowing
coal fire?
You need a "New Per.
fiction" Oil Stove that
will do the cooking with-
out cooking the cook. It
concentrates plenty of heat
under the pot and diffuses
little or none through the


on Cook-Stve

beids being the perfect Mov for hammer u U ir just as e4fcient
for year 'round ue. Doe anything any other stove will do. It
is built just like the modern steel coa range with a CABINET
TOP that makes it possible to keep food warm after it is cooked.
Made in three azes. Sold either with or with-
-t Cabinet Top. If aot at your dealer's
Wie our -aret agacy.

r Lamptial, Moal-
m7 made
a m l ly =as
s Is bon with a a", molls. lilbt. )ust
AtM N usd for maia nadia or 10 libht
LIe ia-roma. If aet wih yewr ,

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Fire, Life and Accident .amh old. "ee.

Arc YOU Being "Hunted?"
One of today's want ads. may be hunting yoo-ransack
ing the city fr you. It may have a message for you of urgent
personal importance-one that, when you get it, and heed
it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, of
your interests-iay even place around ard about you new
environments, new associates; may give you an entirely new
start in a busineu way.
Isn't it worth while to try to find out whether this may
not be true-today, tomorrow, or very aoon?

f if itif $222





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7~ tilc goi1t. hasu IR-4-11 tilt-
~All. a ... unfcrtilliatc c~xjw~rience~t of

cI11 lit I~c~f it-l

111-11 Yi oil p tll live N-1 1111.~
4.HjII'Al~ trmghu- w

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Hot Stove
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Groceries and Grain

Ayer's "air Vigor
rei. *i nor k.. ds u
(Y Yll ~lrr r~ son" Aw '6' I U* % low b4 r IWk AMOMW
; U, .arrh I .e a rru 5..et. --I
PmL mw an S awd dAml ca b .at A r a '
"ts c ou h 1' haA I ak%%W
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8 -'ce- Wted 1'-;: e fet tl. ?F.'ec~a~s :C.c'-C:-tcs frcnm Iu'Al St.,rs Are

-d Perzes arc an a
Ac J, cgs.

\',,d ll; <:, l.\,r % th r i,.t. a- l
1'ir .is a:id ill mnak nti .alIlr. t.
teilt. lillil The other n lili.. r is f
l.* I.eard l ar.e It. % W illit \\' 1i.. or
Vil:';ka and Mr. I'rriiis M \Will.aIii
(.f .J;i k-' nvirll0
I' is expected that the affiliation of
of theih school with the diocese will
Tr -'.It In inlarging attendance and a
vi le.r fleld of usefuln.4',. and nd san
T7li.eau is contemplating an enlarge-
minct of the curriculum and facilities
c)f the school.

Account Orane Growers.
(n account of the meeting of the
Flol da Orange Growers' Cont mention
to he held at Tamia Tueslday. June
It. the A. C. L. and F. A. L. railways
are advertising rates for this eo-a-
aion of one fare plus 2.' cents. Thi-
will afford all who are interest-ed an
ollportunlty of attending and hearing
the report of the committee who re-
cently visited California to Investi-
s;ate the methods used by the Ieople
In the Westtern country.

A Happy Father
Is soon turned to a sad one If be
bas to walk the floor every night with
a crying baby. McGee's Baby Elixir
will make the child well-soothe its
merves. Induce healthy, normal slum-
ber. test for disordered bowels and
sour stomarb-all teething babies

Also Po'., HI.,y Vo:ey "
;ro Cia. w"9

S1.. i 1i.

I 1;I1 '.:.* II. \ 1; 1.Ill itl. 1 1 I l* .1
1! 1", 1 n- il ." :
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Fellow l ig ies th'e -tandnln .if the'
candldatei as a re-ult of the count
lvill-Central Stction.
Gaintavlll-Central Sect**n.

M iss

MI irs
M is&


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Addle (iode ........ I.i.i%,
Jessie Eaansl. ........ 1.l.1 .6;.',

Mariart ledbettr....
Ertelle Ifeal ......
essle ('Carver .......
Nora Stall ..........
Gertrude Harrod .......
Myra Swearlngen .....
Itlanche Thom;np on .....
Aura M. lawis ..........
Mary Fernande ......
Alice' -haler..........
Malwl William ........
Annie, Hell Talor ..
N. W. Taylor ..........
Mamie Crouch ......
Eva Itauknight .....
(race Ilullard ..
Ella ailey ............
Maude McKay ........
Fannle Whiting ........
l.ida avies .........

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Eastern and Southern District
Mliss Hattie Eiglish. Tacoma..I.5Pl.1:;,
\ttia isabe M 'el MCredite. M'cnoiy 147.;.L
\lat. Iornicl McCredle. M'cnop% ln0o..0i0t
1liss Itessle Walts. Hawthorn. ;2.>1.:.
Mllm Klla Jolly. Orangei Hleights. 7;.l4A
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The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
Acme Wainscoat Plaster.
Freacoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
Stanges of all Kinds.
Pittaburg Sapcial Field Fence, ala

m iss, m al s h anitleiinu. Mica--
need It. Pleasant to take, ure, a nol ...................
safe. contains no harmful drugs. lis. liUrte Shaw. Fairbanks..
Price 25 and 50 cents per bottle. Sold Cr .
\llts Cordella Crown, Rocky
by W. M. John.ou. Point .... .... .... ......
Miss La-Verne lobbitt, M'cnopy
U Yo have nT d ytilt Ie a ti %tiis Pauline Carlton. Mica-
II t ad ti n t he Want oeI no ...............
i ils" Agnes Zetrouer. Rochelle
I 1 ITOl: klst C"j 'li.s Annie LA-wis. Hawthorn.
.i isis P' attie Ztrouer. Roclheille'
i i. iWi% Uiss Mi I.ula Perry. Rochelle....
Mliss Emma (;uthrie. Rochelleh
.W M NAVW TUM I f SiC- Ai >l I.Jewe'lGodwin. Hasthorn.
.Miss Wlnima Malies. Montreicha
AGENTS FOR M.li' M'rtleH lanamond. Haw.
L. C. Sm ith Gun. thor ..... .. .. ..........
Draper & Maynard Sporting Goods. \li-s (;Gergia Snowden. Hatchet
Dangler Gasoline Ranges. (', ck ..
Yale Towne Builders' Hardware. t11-, Nellie' i{.r\es. .llMicaopy..
J. i. Colt & Company Acetelyne \li tiiI ha1:i.tiL'.. \\';ilto
Gas Machines. j li ? iih ** linim.. I i, h,'lre
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynoldse lie-% ar.y l~,uirce Atwater.
P ,.-t. \ .ld ..
L. J. McClosky Snow White Enam- \li-sl Mar% II... (OraiiitE HIe.Kghl,
0l1.. 1 li-- Kffi, Ti-oi I -a hilt i l
Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White tll:.. Vunialia lStaf. \\Wal; o
Damar Varnish. ii-' (;is rtriade Siithi. h Lair
!i. laml .- li h.tl .Is hWhl .. .
Marke & Company, Ltd, Pure White t .
Imported Sweedish Enamel Ware. 'e ;racle Mlore. Island
I nrnv


eatorn and Northern Section.
Ilatit I.LudwiK. Tioga .111.14o
EKa Powell. Alachua ... ll,t65.

Vida liarrom Hell .
Ellen IIeville Arredondo

4og-Proof Fence, all widths. Mrs. H. Maddox. Archer.....
AGENTS FOR Miss Annie Kirkland. Alachua
The Grand White Mountain Refrige- Mra. 1. Ware. Hlih gprliK-
rater. lMi. Lucinda lirant. tell ..
We sell all kinds of Mill Supplies, M'l Rosa lee Ri'es, lHigh
Stel Split Pulleys, Stl Uhafting, .lrin* .. ..........
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins .%1 Il Iltll. Arr.ldoido
Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stillson I .M1im Anie Iitll. Arr.d.lonld
Misslt, llliiii \\Emm illilliri. TTrelll
Wrenches, Marco Spiral Pacring. I Ml ua i Tri
HIh Pressure Packing of all klnds., %11 J s. 1 sI .tI 1 % t15e
Mi-s (;,rtituda (G tlij lij litsi.t.,
Hycraulic Packing, Penerthy Injectors i "* i i1
a, j Lubricators. Garf.eld Ejectors and' A I'ar. N I
I' .tcs. Flue Expanders. Flue Scrap I \,- i Ihil, -,'' Il.'l ,,-.
Bc,,cr R.vctz. Cip irad Set I'* I-* 1.
BI e I H. ,wla Pt u Is. I I I
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1k the Yard

For the jlmt tlhrve' %%t-ekA
VIII' k111 v 'k-.iii-" ha ive

Ibn)% I high ly stki'fiietory

ill t-%tcrv way and we with

rtg flill- ti I they

It. I. LEVY, BRO. &, CO,(
Savalliah, (;:.
(Write with pencil)
Plehas eld l iii a copy of your Mail


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11).1iL1 Fi or FI:II,' ). andelsl.%'l'AtI of *44tIiti"week- w 'I I o'-r a ; gantic Kale of


W'liile w*'\,* olllv 1111 ,t 1 four lot& you'll find many others of t, mptilag value throughout

the dleprtment.

You will find, to,, that each drpirtment i4



The results in the South Atlantic
league Thursday were as follow w:
Columbia 1. Jackson ille. (.
Augusta 6. Savannah I.
Macon 4. Cbarleston 2.
*Chattanooga 3. Columbus 3.
*Calle. its the fifth on account of


Was Accued of Participation in Eta
pre Robbery.
Al'G'STA. Ga. May 27.-e-4orge
P. liumpllhretl. hite. baggag*enaaster
on the Southern i Hlailiay. who sas on
the train on the night of the recent
nseinational express robbery. cut his
throat on the street here, lust night
aud died hihrtl after midnight
I'inke'rtoins earchedN his home Sun-
da.) In a note teo his wife- he. denliel
lparti:uatliol ii n the rohtlit'ry ad slhld
Ihat he would kill h lniself to a\g-
her and their two >halhles the disgrace
of his arrest. When the wouman isaw
S IJ* l'e she l.lrrile d th(s IIuain'
r thl r. Tie' Iotit. r went in s'arch
*( Iunlii .l.ir ,. .:ludl louder an 1 ele-ctrl c
ligh Ia s, lliiarel ;l! i 1(Ied raw h11llll lah
!ii- Il'lirat with a r.Lzor.

If you want to feel well. look well
aid be well, take Foley's Kidney
remedy. It tones up the kidneys and
bladder, purifies the blood and re-
stores health and strength. Pleasant
t' take and contains no harmful
drign. Why not commence today? J.
W. McCollum & Co.


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MudayNiOitMay 31st'l

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The Kalbfield Pictures

don't inii these


days. We astonished you
with tlhe values we offered
last week. Take a hint-

Stonr t'lkoai P. M.
Store C ('klr tllf.lbay Thursday

featuring some special; so

These lots of Embroideries
consist of Swi~e and Cam-
bric Edges and Inserting.
in the daintiest and newest
patterns, from 10 inches to
the wide flouncings. These
are in two lot--
30 to 50c value.... .I I
50 to 75c value ... Nf


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


Send your orders for Job Printing to


Our Mail Order


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A lot of "Frn.'h
Iewc-t pi | ttnar .

8t111i 114'rtilig- (i) illatch.
T164 lot haA nlevr bele on
!A.Ile' lie'fore. They nre v at
m- r eWTc'if for leep
triiii I,, itid 12 1-*2e thee

7 12c the Yard

Tllios lot consist of (;ernma
Vals, Filet, Mechlin andw
V\l. Ilices, ill g of patterns, Eg!ge~ andl Iti-
ertings to match. Tlese
woull Il exceptional values
at .)c yard--ale price

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Will .e iesued about April 15th. If you desire sopy
cut out and mail this coupon to us:

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L a o- wf IUawasa Isueld

I'--I' rW MMAA moo It a tahetca*

-s weJ art paIa neapere as a
and, as is always the
ATo UMIMn mdImkILg by lrw
S "peMst ma opt4d4ste is .v-
OP0-ullor. The entire forty pages

piWt oI Iter d it beatn devoted to
aI de1 l grwth of tte city slace
A Mg Ire ia 18I.

uem, ther is simsem t e asde-
f aheut lJIdam of eaommual-
*IuiWith Mars but It is doubtful
Sees tohe m enthusiastle dream
A lm yer e In Its possibility.
ea~i pIepositIom It Is em-
sd people may Indulge In
Of spetlat o ever It. but
So eeasdess insSoway aetoogrt
a Ina Minm t heti

The1 T Un sow this t aly
ofdefe: W yiur boexpects to cele-
b m the Oietnes P urth advise him
t am 1tMi. Melter to drown than
he bIlws a bemase when be goes
lr yen a1y rever him Ito good
d hbut after be bas gone up be
p retoim rather dilapidated. The
se plan Is to padlmoe the boy
to dinag-table for twenty-four
n MNd et others celebrate."

oft does t Ueem toa appre
Swat this coutry has dose for
We oeO OMu surwiSed at this. Al-

the Yee of SWin'Snd&aodud
Sus M anedo- freedoms without
So doI% tie United Statee gave
S., te bs eympathy of bota &
ben ad o met l asisa-Amerscau
samitsJ Is wth Spain. Tbeir poutsI
ml Ia abh ideae are spaalsh. so
ab le iC t Bad language. I*-
(MAo YI t havevo litle In com-
wl i es0s mTry.

I mf B aWT or 99111mi0u

oyft rrr to t adty of the present

-o Is Ihe way t he eae sa a:
The se Utta of at FlorPida sy them
aMl be sn more tham one hadred
iembews of the Leilature l Houe
and s&eenest emiaed. It permits a
newly ereted em mty. however, to
Increase this number by oe repre-
seNiative uatll the aet apportion-
"The same Instrument provided
that a ew apportionment should he
oade to 1897 and every ten yearn
thereafter. The constitution wasu -
crod a no reapportioamet wa
Me las 17?.
"t 15 the county of St. Lee*e
wa erected. This made the total
-mbear of rereentattves ta the
legislature t of 197 one hundred and
one. This LoAelature should have
provided lr a reapportioomaet, as di-
rected by the consttutIon. It did not
do so Therefore. either equitably or
techaleafy ea the LgslatMre of
19 be regarded a a aconsttational
"Tbe hat amed Leislature baa
A hir refOed to reapportion repre-

ed bm s e sy ad threatees to
Nme. em Or two more aOd thus II
^ mb Inwase to a slU rester e1-
t the Nmmber of representatives.
WN -a m n w a level head say
It Ih N rI fht do tht ?
"The Jrsmal ad-it that It is la

Ean OW sMt of a reoeWal basis e er
- m ent mitatsms;
IM a e lf m either be
Obdor sin amended. Thi whole
M erisla amide. The asic law
SnotIn le telng violated
Thr is aseway to reetify the
sb n sept r Mallins a coinvai-
is to evise this law. If tih Legis-
satre aesfts to do this It may
e-me the Sate ad th people of
theater aend of Icason W ad dt


The Bartw Coarter-Informant ays:
"Iaspird by the recent splendid ob-
srvanee of *Moter's Day' all over
the State. sme of the newspapers are
advesatig a Pather's Day.' We are
or It every time. It is seldom we
eM daddles, ad those who have gone
before s,. have bad a boost so let as
have one new while the parental feel-
a8 tos at high tide, or we may not
get It at all."

The Brooksville Southern Argus
says: "We are opposed to mob law
as it leads ultimately to unlimited
lawlessness, bt we are equally op-
posed to the non enforcement of law
which ends in anarchy and the :ub-
version of society and all a.\rt-rlnilaa.
The pardoning board acting as a r.-
view court, pardoning criminal. on
the strength of petitions. and aril-
trarily getting aside thu hunert '..r
dicts of juries and the juit lp.nalties
of courts at the dictates of .nutlnievit.
sympathy or influence'. Ido*. u ior \%i lence to law and con tlit tt'd author.
ity than the foundations of nt erament can stand. It is the einsiIt-
able law. criminals anlut be punished
for the protection of society. If the
courts will not, or the pardoning
board will not permit them. then the
people en mase will do so. not al-
ways wisely or righteously. but

There st more catarrbh n this sec-
tion of the country than all other dis-
ease put together, and until the ast
few years was supposed to be Incur-
able. For a great many years doc-
tors pronounced it a local disease and
by constantly falling to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced it Incur-
able. Science hat )rop-n catarrh
to be a constitutional dise'ae and
therefore requires contitutional treat
meot HalU's Catarrb Cure, manufac
turned by F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo.
Ohio. is the aoly constitutional cure
oa the market. It is taken internally
tI dose from 10 drops to a teaspoon-
ful. It act directly on the blood and
mueos surfaces of the s)stemu. They
Wa o ne hundred dollars for any
cae It falls to cure. end for circu-
lar and tsntmoolals. Address.
F. J. CHILKNY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Sold by drugists. 7k.
Take Hall's Family Plla for con-
. Tahe1 1 1 r mLae s wf -

you on the Title-inform you
of the details necewary to
know about the property hlo-
fore lpurhae.. A w W 8y to
mwidi to p m m M mo mSAV
sratt : : : : : : : :

Mam s. go" I wa Wowinacg c
S-J ao.vli'ii, Flhriu.

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Th New Tyrt Tritbwe (Rep I
a.s: 'The seaste to by tradttoee a
hIlhby rnervative body. It elinag
to what to, a -ally prefers to err
e tb addo of melrt-ratrat ad In-
setta. Yet the piltieal usaity of
the PuaseC Committee and Its follow
ow ti dIscredited by the fact that
their work Aads no approval from the
public opilaeo which the newspapers C
reflect. Ca such work be expected
to appeal hereafter to the voters?
Is the Seate rtght In Judging public P I
ettment, while the newspapers of Idek q
both parties are all sronl? Them. MA
are questions ahich the inakirs of
the Aenate measure would do stell to
The Norfolk Virginian Pilt tfInm .
says: "We agree heartily with Presl-
dent Taft that etg continued monop-
oly of power breeds extravagance
ad corruption In a political party.
The Republican organiatlion. with a
short Interregnum. ban controlled
every department of the Federal gov-
erament from 1841 till now-nearly
half a century. The necessity for a
respectable and formidable opposi-
tion Is paatfully needed and the
SoliM Soth oferst Jt the necleus
needed for the recruain at the North
and West of as orglaation straon
enough to compel the Republlcans to
be boet and careful i their ad
maintratIS of the pMube etate. To
at end the Pr adeat will have our
best asslteame..

Oaree Meredth, the celebrated a--
thr ad pot, who dted the other day
Ito Slad. sever attalaed the pop-
larity eajoyed by Thekery. Dickem.
or eorge WbIo While hs produe-
toS appealed to the cultred few
they were lacla in the style thatTa
mets the populr taste. and lke
wtbarne's poems they often truck
a poetmistic note as to the hereafter.

How much Is a man worth is usual- ALV C 0g
ly answered to dollars and cents. but L
that ivtes no real idea of a man's
value. A mas Is worth lust so much RetUmnii
as he makes himself by his character
and by the value of the thins In [ALVe 0
which he concerns himself. L

Emerson says: "If a man cap write Returnin
a better book. preach a better ser-
ma., or make a better mousetrap A. LC
tuan his neighbor, though he build
his house In the wood. the world will
make a beaten pathway to his door."
A Card.
This Is to certify that all druggists Di
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fail to
cure your cough or cold. It stops th*-
cough, beals the lungs and p,rvOEits I
pneumonia and consumption. Con-
tains no opiates. The genuine is in ...
a yellow package. J. W. McCollum J
a Co. 7

Mesa Jsy I
That when you purnlla.-e lit.alt
Estate nowatlays without an
abstract you purcliak- "a cat [
in a bag." An abstract dawni
up Ily us will bnrN poet


RES ~i5afL~~
1_ ,UJ' Is 0sesmmm cud by a TO&.
IIMLr bi e bD*U pmh~rt4 ay savT Vye a serious
peU tomorw.
004Mh Sesend 3Wm% ST. LAMIUm
maId andia.m- iMdmd bf


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M LOMimFua

YEay hUfir bn
LaCim lt &M
Wrft lor Prikes, Tears, Etc.

S01 W oft ays

ipa & Jacksonville Ral'y


aineoville for Micanopy, Fairfeld and lo.
il points South ....................... 10:10 a n
ng, arrive Ojneeville ............... 4:25 p m

ake City,

for Sampson
Valdoeta, and

City, Palatka,
all points North

6:00 pm

mg, arrive Gainesville ............... 9:30 p m

awss, We. Sep

PL L E. Serkif. TraseOro

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ke West and 5ofrtkvest..

xle Fyer and South Atlantic Umited.
a Itov i -

a. m.
I p. m.
1 s. m.
Ip. m.

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Lv. 1aftim
Ar. M.I oja
At. Aiansa
Ar. Chmanaeooga
Ar Nashville
At. St. Louis
A'. F vwasvielt
Ar. Terr HHaveiv
Ar. Chicsgo
At Kmo'invi.
Ar. Corbia
At. Richmond
P Ar. Parn
Art Loninion
Ar. C:ncinnati
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ratii g lDaily Through leelper
ville to New ()rlans.

a aOd steepIag reeervaotlae aal a
r wrtte C-. OYLSTON, Jr. ANsista
-t. Ja"esal-t, Piano.
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Measure to Amend Law to Protect
the Fresh Water Fish in
Alachua County.

overtnor A'\l rt V' W e:i1lri t has
Ill riv. d the' fll'o" iia tll!- hi h h
in I I.t1 .;l : '| i ll i l I l .t* i c I lf t lil.

e 4.- el t f l'clit-lio i d ll 1 t of> il Ma.
3I. ill %coui t decli'a t I, 1-il. ir II
sih ll be I i lh..ed i .I li1 .... .
Maid di-tnric t
A.n ct to I.ilize Ie' :-Sr sli'eslsent
and let iew of taxe%' for Ilie ears 1i7
anld 1',I*N by tihe city of Quilncy.
An act to iim.nd c 'lil.t-tr ';;,77. Laws
of Florida. relative' t Io h .I ai :i n i. e'.nll
ponid. I;.i .r couliny..
An act to protect food flihes In the
rivers, creeks and bayous in Citrus
An act to legalize and confirm the
Incorporation of the town of Green-
land. in (Gadden county, and to de-
clare the same a legally incorporated
tow n.
An act authorizing the town of Pal-
metto to enact an ordinance provid-
ing for a poll tax for street purposes
on all male citizens between the ages
of 20and 55 years of age. resildg
In said town at the time said tax is
due: at the rate of $2 per year, pay-
able semi-annually on the Ist day of
May and November of each year.
An act to authorize the board of
commissioners of St. Lucie county to
levy a tax of not to exceed 5 mills
on the dollar, in addition to other
taxes now authorized by general law.
for grading and hard-surfacing the
public roads of said county.
An act for the protection and
preservation of game birds and cer-
tain other birds and animals in Lev)
county, and to Iprovide- that all non-
citizens of this State. taking. hunting
or killing game in said county shall
obtain a permit therefore.
An act to provide' for the e'rectiion
of sign posts., with siI In boards there
on. at all imiortanit f'i ks alid crom
Ing- of public roads in Mariin county
and mile posts nalong said roads b)
county conmill ionerir f s -id con'ity.
and to pro ide' i..'ialti i fr a fail
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l i ; tll ise ,1w 4 wll ad, hl td t" < t>h1 I ,r Ir
>, t all til l li-lA ill."
All 1.the di'.''- li ins are atllh? t il
lect .ll meintioin. and it wall. with diffi
tuliy that the' judgeK. av arde'd the.
Those jIre'eint: .Mlli .e IAna Col
c'loughh. lrilan Kllij. Nannie IMrkin
-on. Heloise Vidal, Mary Crawford.
MarK.tret Morrow. Theo lianlon. ('leo
lohnston, Elilat.wth Morrow; Mes-sri
Ian I.edtlett.r. ILa reet.l' Cols. Ter
rll llarco., Malinir tIh..h. J 8 hIdll
ford .Jr ('le 4ha ,er. A It .art.-
fl-Ild and Fr.iink Illart-fl Id

Rev. 1. W. Williamson's Letter.
IltVI 1 V. \\'llii>A onli, l uItAllKt l i.
\W\ Va urll', Tll. I i to ee'rtif~
that l u F .4'ol- .i Kidney II,..-.s v
fir ir.tr eI' e, haus.ton l anild ki,;lne'.

will do all that )ou ('lai for it'
tFolut Kdllie'y H'etiedy bha re' toired
health nid rtre>iith to thiouxauda of
weak. run down people Contaun uo
harmful drugs and is plehasaut tu take
J. W McCullum & Co.
One who lives i a furnished room
can be pretty "Indepedeot"--or the
Sds. keep the best be h withi
bahis reach.
The awaBke pe areas the wa
ads. every day-and answer sie
mat Ma old

ure to do so by the eco urmmioser
of said county. and asno providing
Irnatle for removi gl. defacing. l-
tering or otherwiwe Injuring the smn N o t
The (Goveror haMa signed a number
of hills originating In the S-,nate. as
tllol s:
An act providing for the confirmia
iion bhy the Judge granting the ordei.
:; P,'ll real e'stal e i longing to in
An act requilring Teac-hers' Summer H is w-
Tr timing Schools, andi making aplpro rl ithe c W
iriat ,lim o therefor Le the
An act to 'nin -nd an t. entitlled. people, aud o it I
%n as't it iprool.t II. fresh aater Does it not
i- l- iiin ih. fre-h n atr lak. IwnidI produced to make
tllI cothe r fr. rh at.r stre'allis in the r e e
,.r |,.>|. cro M.o i are nme to one
It I) 1'. against getting co
.%n nat changing the name of the Coflolrxe 1 1
in -t tiut. for the Itllnd. )Deaf and OT exclusive pro
nhfood which will' a
\IAn a;tf chinnriin th.' na;nie of the
i;'nit .r-it: of Florida..
An aet chnnalig hhe' anie of the C IFrF IL N
('.lor.edl Nornlal School.
An act changing the name of the money ti ca. you a
Florida Femal, ('Colle.ge. Nwv r oald I

MRS. LIDOtTTIR'S PARTY. some arnd ,
Odom_ asch ib
Tendered to Few Frinds at HoM Coo O I
on Thursday Eventn. editd ad compiod
Mr. 8. A. Ledbetter tendered a Mad conltalag r
party to a number of young friends
at her home on Iast Court street
Tuesday evening which was highly M oly by TI
enjoyed by those present. A a- mC p,
The decorations were very pretty.
the parlor being In fernas. palms. roses
and elder blossom., while the dining-
room was in a color scheme of ptak
and white, a large cut glass bowl be-
ing killed with LaFrance roses and ?A" Tv AT WIJ.
elder lowers as a center-piece and TA
the tables decorated to match. 1 B
Japanese lanterns were placed at
convenient places about the building (Coattled from Pag 0
and delicious strawberry punch was
served in the large hall. the refresh- In the interests of larty pea
ments consisting of an lee course, dishonor-compromise on tb
pink and white cream, and Individual ward cuts-let the swindle
cakes, iced with pink and white. overlook the Jokers which are
Assisting in the dining-room were in the schedule jungles, or
Mslaes Margaret Morrow and Chlo veto any bill which is not
Johnston. In the interest of the average
Mrs. I)ickson II. Tharin assisted in '
.ntertaiinLg. ioey Will e eoy
A hlealiing feature was. "iD-scripltion And are always getting a
(;anime."' of five, muiutels timte. il cuts, sprains, brulase, bump
which Mli-s l.ecla Colclough was or scalds. Don't neglect suc
;.wirdel flr t prize. a lo\ely box -they may result seriously
!,' !. r'-. Th. "hool. f.ll t) Mli.' do. Apply Ballard's 8now I
i'ltzal.eth Morrow. according to directions rgll
Mr aC..- iiad Mr Frtiik Hlart and it will relieve the pain I
t-eld tdrew for their prizre. the latter the trouble. Price 2 c, Sf0 a
e'(. i\ in It-;t]o a i ox ot (anildy Sold by W. M. Johnson.
TIeh. *"l)0h'k" waa Kgtlell ito Mr. Ter
SHis Lov Lot.; *he Oces

rr 111y '1,irc If r I s
T I 'I j" lit ie t the" io ll.n rnll w ri(ri r-i 1. r
1 L t I .l ll 4t l .t' 4 .t It. I ; .. : '
joro-, i\,. l.n li.d h 1 t1e f1 llof i at ( .L av t k it 4;- :.
.( l tiini I ntr olit oll uf tll I)'.-t ,, D tl I' T. r .' l' t* ''i
A l;lii nt '1( i itr. ~.Hii.g Lil li.tlt in', ,. '. n; ,f i 1 i'l'' il
Il14 (i t iin ft aIl 'r. lli t- t 1 1it'h, it i.ire r
*;o ,l.i ;i I h | ]I lt i l ri ;at ( htair. tirinl
tnk-e n ,'a i rh r h i t ll t Idil'l
irtes-,. i ill I !,0'l.imtun' i t .iV' Ii o; ecr,.ei,,. -': xI'";1
w!I rfvi e \,,u |Mlul;. -Eihitn
e!, -* A H,'- iltiii '. l ti ll iili i tl i 0 1 C_ _sl"
..Il.'. ;irlil '\.>'l- ef ccil Iri h !I.t< e r.itl-
S(1 Iln %e' a rnl.h i',o r ,.,ilt Iri '.ra D O IT N C

,it IIi.i- -ilvti. t ,rn I < ;toli It lI r Gainesv lile People S on uld N
r" .tl *ltifit' -'ii0 l. a- l' i hair eifloi i. iII th1' The', e,],;i. iitllK di. alti .'r, fl
.It. : I .r l, ; i ii llo~l, i 'l-iaii 1t"ii gI,. eli-. a..-' L. due' in luu.-t
-ft 1. t.i.t II1,i crie. i 'r, it flrilli ('hli; e .lit' (a'' that the' Iiill,' kidiln
'.," el.. .,...itl..n llt ..r .h l. 1' ;1 1- 1r 1 l .i.. 5... ........ .. I... I... t >..i *l


,r ti 'Itim

dt it ii

ca.#-m* to
ley trou-
ot1 Walit.%

lils art. i un u ii Uwn U I 'h u un i..i.l w .
be twio e sl, rious. T light is) 111i
tilli n give pIlace' to (cirorlic disorde'rs
anid the sv ffer-r a e i;r.itiallh '. l!c
the gra-sp, of dial,.iee.. drclopy. Irightl'.
ll..eace., gra\ce'l or -u.ri other hsrlioul
lorm of kidney comlpalut.
If you suffer from backache, head
achem., diuzy vIwll,; If the kidney me-
cretolins are irregular of l)ibag*e and
unnatural in aplI.arlance( ddo not de-
lay Hel, the kidney at once.
Utiik'- Kidney Pill.- are es.lwj ially
for kidneil dis oriler, the cure w here
othl r. fail O( r oiri- hilildreld thou
;.ll'I peo|-i le, h;a\ e re-.(,-,ii ii. ell d ( l(he.il
ii11t. 1- a ca.e at hiomr..
Mr. A II l.eoaard :;,1 IJb trty
aireet.. (;aiietl alle, F"la a)' ; "I feel
that fronl p'iroial e'|i rie'nee and
that iof uc\eral of Ie)y friends w ho,
hae used Ikalin Kidine'Y Pill. I cani
endorse itin -.ry hiKliv. Ally ipr
hon uiff-rIIIK llrolim bkache., had
a( he'- hilll, l, I'-oU -.le or aiy iof
tihe o i tl-c, I uliltotl, arliung from dis
corde.r d kitdne)., sill make nLo uill-
take l Inli ginsg lair' Kidve.'y Pill* a
trial rThe) alwayI act quickly, cause
uo luc'onlltrilce and Ile up to the
claim made for them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents Postter-Milbura Co. BuCalo.
New York, sole asats fur the Ulited
lRmemter the mame-Do- 's--mu
take o otr. i

I. I,


~-F. B. VMRS, Wansar



P0 igelt~l am tillS.


* SUmmed.. PhiMa


I G. S. Merchant & Co.

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00D0 POR


Thts Coup may be tm at Thre ita a i or at either fl tl ar-e s
wmecd with thhe colts. NOT uOOD APTru Ji'N 1, mi

one-tenth of Lard

Is Leaf Lard!


st the leading lard packer says In a recent advertisement:
n of lards. There is not enough of it to supply orenth of the
goes only to those who insist upon it."
stand to reason that if there is only enough of the proper fat
pure leaf lard to supply one-tenth of the demand that the chances
against your getting pure lard? The only absolute protection
minon hog fat when you buy lard is by buying Cottloke instead.
i pure vegetable product-made from cotton seed oil, refined by
cess. It contains no hog fat and makes palatable, nourishing
gree with the most sensitive stomach.

*I la mt---m-i- Your Irocer is hereby au-
tboriaed to refund your
ir not pl Id. after having given Coa w a fair test.
.In S lk CoMfln I pracd la panis with a air-
tight top to p t clean, r ad wbole
it from catcShi ng dust ad abrbit a abl
oil, etc.
Pr l~or a Se A.to pay ptage, we wll "adl
you our aew R POOD COOK 900K"
by Mrm. Mary J. Umela, the famous ood rapet,
l- al valableb coims


s Gift from the sunny South"

F, 11101r


mEw O

ow eeis iwnes
r55iacesles s torsd sem..e

~tw -e S
krw uu w w ~ -

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lilt (of


It EFR 1(3 ElI t( I

4M141 bus~t Wood "StovesL4anid
Rallge- o141 ill i this secctioll.
Fi ii'-t lii1' White' preao'b'a.

Forsm week edy we wi
uee~ celebrate 515 S~er.
mmew aterm' M reat 13.58.

Fift~peuWirete.Tick Ma
UiP Catte. Mathe af 55.45
-rev pins 51.58. Cal
OWand 6m.

Srng4 Veotuv 14115 carria ge i haatevr
old t l a.m"eiI'Vei*iitth wa 3oiwo

WetleeV"eSb comesbo
we LO

4""lleM a" jobbm IN2

Staple and Fancy Crocorles
Gralr, Gardt SSeed id fer t~lse
*IlghM n ailmat -paid &for Oiekeme 9Wmd et~ Puedwae

a ocmph"t au of Ra. C o.. O.1 Four. aa&. aL Cm
@ad AkIamd em W ham"o do e VOWam oSne&
at lawma Prisee. Mi goafit~ego mefosmale&^

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kidsl, Ih timr

SWI K sm rdt

S- v Im
MSUSra Le IeL#
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musmic shm

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f ; WT- AT UMUl.

go Un*--- TneLoaAw.

V.. j .I l the La.

Sh T a' *" Summer Tralanig
tg.e.l. as'g ea Miaday. June
Sf S a edeatutlg aor a term
d o nweek wsN e e m ut ed at
i T an lha.e, te r wMte
am tMaMt te OCaleae Normal

-at T ah- e f r colored"
weaghes wM be eweducatlen
TIhtMes w be free. ad board
aw be k at a semital ire.
Lrwe o f eoi dl0d iod

a S UOMMeS l of te hbers

k, ~m hL uand suW .

^a =IONa- ___
a AMs S Ae on *t

Ie me dwLmm i
n ale be wiW

.o beams taa.
swUd agvsmme so t

e to --eleshem

i IuginI A ll
f i rt aIubd n ar

beaim ah I a ti thae

ullSMf ad V e plsi -attov
iM I NAY nnm@ O wNS.

w-l J. W. h-meow iW. L
S l a e thdt ~~d

Sa m a sad hra ever
whoest bw that Hyeml Mwil gived

-, --t e

Sa why pspms em to
t- whe. Oad spit sad hawk

ar Oat rm Wamr breathe an the for.
- t of pl an e s alypu of tlaind

"as rl an d remedies sever
ed aw ha ftaevr. tiU I emd Hpro
SIt ave me aw t nureef. ad has
Ip a-sqalied l dorsN mat"--Loul
A. Grove, Miat. MicA.
COmplete Hyomel outft Is oul
A. sd extra bottles 50 esots A
Mpmel outfit coalasts of a bottkl of
Myaeil. f hard rubber nhauler. iutd
eis dropper and full instrut t lur fur
swo. Just brtaib st Ih ila ii Iw.
Irmdiatv relief

k* l .ta atUUw h luaIrC u ..
W U l itl-nr0'a, vi ,
Lat 60 cwual. Vruovwto 'ILI .IiU

Maot dldim ea too munc
o wea the digestion, get
thin, weak. languid, stop
g--thaft's malnutrition
Saiwgtion df ood.

Satt's mhbnI
has helped countless thous-
ands in this condition. It is
both nourishment and
medicine-a most powerful
aid to digestion.
A small dose three times a
day will work wonders,
but be sure to get Seae'.

am" _oamlnt, 0$ ew a-wns of
mer Im s % aism b a "s a
Mana 0 Mer "e tmire ill d was

Worth ston aprilgs on Jne lath.
Morrlston. Motbrook. Willstos and
Merdith are ai Iavted to go with
w. Come one. come all. and bring
tear tatets.
C. Sharpey sad daughter of Rose-
wood were shoppe here yesterday.
a. J. I Uer sadt two laterest-
I MUtl bors of Hermamdo are vstt.
OA Mrs. utle's daughter, Mrs. O.
A. laye. at their beautlfl home In
kroth AreWher.
Mrs A JL. Wlel sad ekIld&ea l
Frt Ptfer are the gets of her
brethr, M Stewart.
Il s re iHarvey of WtltlUto ha
bes the~ guet of Mer couin. Miss
Palme Ciu for a few daysl Mlss
PMite left Moianday mania g for an
el -tm d vhlt to her relatives lu In

J. b. Da, the *otelit foreman of
the Maddes hltdry ad Machine
CO. we la IGaiTeville yesterday on

Dr. eae Wisher of North Carolina.
who 'a kben visittg relatlves-at
Otter Creek for the ast two weeks.
wI ai or city yesterday. He ex-
pete to locate here Immediately and
*o deht wI have a good practice.
a he emes well rded.
Ms. W. Li Jacksmo visited Galaes
vlle yesterday.
W. Kramer of Wado, wife of our
popular & AI.AL emd Me bo h w --bos
aee e a virtt to her bhubaad aad
Mrs. Thmas.
Miso Reeves of Hih Springs spet
a $W dany last week very pleasatly
a the gust of Mr. and Mrs. McNair.
MiN Mary PFrM and Milss Ulia
Reo. two of Archer's charming young
ldle, visited Gaaesville yesterday.
S la Bitc of Monthrook asu ln
owm Suday.
Mrs. WIaeoff and sao. Pk*mlng.
left Sunday morning for their home
in Atlanta after a very pleasant visit
to Mrs. W. L Jackson and her moth-
er, Mrs. Maris Smalth.
Mrs. Morgan of Meredith was In
towa yesterday.
C. W. Baskanlht. one of our proil-
aest etleess, visited Galnesville yes-
Fred Frei. who ban beten atitndlng
'be university at GaineIvillh. return-
ed home last evening to spacid his
varatltn with his parents.
Mrs. H. Maddox viialed her I|ar.lnt.
-0r. and Mrs. W. I. (&rol.- at M... r
"iMto last evt-ningK r -.t. Ma ddox
laphen to siat e tnat lhe. wta
he writer of the article hbleb |lp--lar
d ln The Tlie-*lion of the 1Glh..
Iod The OGaineollk. hun. relating to
'e automobile Journy to Newdborry.
Mr. sad Mrs. R. T. ileacy retL. ai
luaday oomalcs front Cedar 'm(,*
ney haIe been visiting relatlvc. st
hat place and were greatly bencelt
a by their short outing.

A laile
Is a pretty hard thing to acconill.h
ben you're blue. blllous and out of
rta. There Is a sure cure for all
Inds of stomach and liver comlalants
c'uaalti|thi aud dyapelItlia. ll4-
ird's H.rblue is mild. yet absolutely
IfftLtite lt all cascr,. Prlce ,o cents

.r bottle SIold by W MI Johnsiu.

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While tnlgaged iin lottlitiu at the
ilant of the (;ailnl llk. 14ottling
Works on Thursday. Jt,hi (anansar. a
young Greek. suto-roel as .-cr' cut
hlch will disable him for thie nixt
S*,rasl naa.
As soon as the' ac -'rank Iial'e vl,'ihonii l lr K. larti-
*ut. ho fIo)Utd lit n it i.-ar to hau:rd
xe the arm and rnemo e the young
Hal to hiso (,ofie.- wH.r, h-. e would hihat
hi' use (o his oI*riatelg tI.ibll to dr-r'
he wound and stop the flow of blood
Both the artery and vein of the
'Ight arm were severed just bIlow tIh.
!Ibow sad It was the timely arrival
*f the physelan which saved him
he lose of much blood and future
paib. Upon being removed to the
physleta's offices the wound was
carefully dressed. and with proper
care sad attention he will soon be
:ble to use his hand and arm
.s formerly.
While the wound Is a very painful
- me. Clothing serious is expected to
result from the miahap. which Is a
'ery common occurrence around an
extenlsve bottling plant for the de
festive bottles are at all times being
brokeL while they are being flled.

A Livang Seleten
Is the a al condition of any child
that has worms-If It UIrc Think
A having something In your stomach
hat eats all you take as nourishment.
laie-tenths of the tables have worms
maybe yours as. Be certain that
t has not by giving It White's Cream
Vermalfge-it expels all worm and
is a tone for te hbaby. Pawte
cents. Sold by W. M. Johamo.

Westminster Ahbeys* Pot' Corner.
Turning from King Henry** chapel.
with Its wealth of fancy's "fairy frost
work." to the poets corner In West-
miater abbey. we are attracted by a
spell mightier tlan that of carrets
toaes to the preeance of tome "serene
creators of numnortal things" who have
earirbed oar literature with gifts lbe
yood all price. This "gorious company
opf laupers." na they have eern termed.
won a fame In the glow of which that
If siaiuenwa urd warriors wa;nes s a
p,.rl- dle. "louch,:Id to death Iy divlner
eres." prawn together. as It were. I,.
the spl'l ,If h-r -er. "'* r fIrst aar
his r." kia t '.1l .terer c:;i:l "'blH.-k aill
'Ivl*n't rust" lina filled to tarnii h thllr
'o!itn rIet ir'l. e miiove entranied
t!ldhi IhK' I:-tlnts rl lsi ,f IrnayOn. len
.1 o1(nt. !cili.u. .rma. Atdlsn and mnn.i
.>r'. I'r! i: 'l:' I:; i -Iulpaslortn ld |w'nas
ant l,,c.,r. I:,'-crt Y:urn,. and the great
Vl '*rl r 'I : r I Pro., Inr nm d Al-
freld Teliny-' r London standard

Iw Ishaf aad Chlur-.

IBas Yt kM Aw* im
sloxmTwo of 44h. 9MEC

Demsetie Miam.
They bad btwen truttiag in double
harness for seven lung. wery niluinth,
and the honeyumoun had bumupers the
bumps for fair.
"Ji hu." slte sid, as she dibhed out
the Il.r.tkfuit f,,el. "I ne-d a little IJn
lUoliy' tlhi i il, r-r i ng "l
*.'W lal t It1 l y Uo uI, itl th- I h '. I
\ <, 1 -I ,1 111k'. lk. d thei lllrY
wt hii-Ol | v iilMa l 1, le. Ision-r and
I. 1, 4 I fl. ij ill
* I 11 t re.i l a .ml -r." si- Le i l1-d
|i oe %in i $i.d $ 4ad loase
S f r II "
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Settle Serated While Me Wars Running
OwA *f t Machifne at et-
tlin, Worts.

Oa of the meet valuable feature
of our ivwlesf to oewr su-ribers and
to the pule i generally, i aour cennec-
Wtie with the extensive ies distance
laes of the American Telephene sad
Telegraph Company and the ether as-
sclated elil Telephone companies.
We ewn thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States in
which we operate and in addition car
connect any telephone in our system
with lines extenoing to any other city
in which a *ell Telephone system is
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operating n varleos esetlaes of te
oeatry, are uniform it their equip
meat and an their meithds of aper
Only by rseen of this eeee trhee
arrangement between the Sell Telo
phemo sempanlea is it pesible to go to
a Bell Telephone aleet anywhere,
uak for Long Distance" and be put il
communication with almeet any plont
n the country.
Tht, vast network of wires. radiaS
ng throughout the nation, is ueed
daily In commerce and for social pau

inese long artnd,*d.. ...e are of the poses by the banker, the farmer and
moet modern and Improved construc- citizens in all walks of life and ea
tion and are maintained at a high plant here is an Important link lqthis
estate of eff;iency. The Bell system, j'et cha.n.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Teleqraph Company

E(ficientSSc .;CP. Rea:ri?.ble Lict

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FOR iALE-Cormer lot lUiiozl., fa
Cred by Lydia E. Pink- uo West Mai St. Lorth and P'ou
Him's Vq tLtbeCmpound ary 8t.. next to Jeff Kendric.
SSVeill sell at a hagaing and on easy
Baltimore, Md.-" For four years terms Apply at Sun nsilce
my life warsn miary to, it. I at&leI.rdMl
from irrea-glari-.t awant ad. neltvate a trad@
ties. terrible drag- L a nt ad. n tate trae
crinff enisitlota, to' you-of something you don't need
extreme nervous- for something you do
viem, anld that all -----. .
ingone feeling In nty
toOi'Ih. I had i oM m u DV RA
given up hope of, FRES EVR BAT!
I ever leirig well
when I I tan to
take.,ydia E:.l'ink- The Bread. Pit atsd Cake,. u
; an's Vegetalle
4 Compund. Then eat should be nutrltcous. The
I felt as though
I le hlu ben iest lour, mixed with pure
given m. and I am reommndin t rich milk and baked In the
to al my friends."-Mrs. W. K. Foe ,
198 Lanadow. St. eBaltimore. Md. "purity fashlo."' make our
The most socessaful remedy In thl
country for the c"r. of all forms of goods the most dellcous It is
feale complaints is Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. It has possible to produce.
stood the test of years and today l
more widely and -cssull used tha KEYSTONE BAKERY
any other female remedy. t ha cured
thousands of women who have been Pheae 1L R. T. Schafer, Pr
troubled with displacements, Inflam-
matlo, ulceration, Abroid tumors, lr.
regularitie periodic pains, backachs,
that bearing-down feeling. flatulency. .
lndigestion. and nervous prostration. M I
after all other means had failed.
If you are sitfferlng from anyof the RsL.
aTlments. don't ive up hope until yo
have ven LydvI E. Pinkhsm's Ve W aI
table ompound a triaL
If yes w M like al Aadvie
r1 t, 0YorIt P. Shbea 1s- l Emais" PFurnislred Pro.ptly and Ail
u ameas to h th 4, Work Gumanwd.
eohrge Relesmc.-: Adelts:

A DangOeews ubjeet
Profesor fleary lrumnaood whbe a
boy disevered that be could byphmtie
people. At a birthday party a little
girl declaed to play the piaun. Drum
mood happened to catch her eye and
and *"i'lay." To his surprise she rou
at once. went to the piano and played
At another time e hypotized a I. L.
and save him a poker for a .u:.
".Now," said Iruummoud. "l'mw a pIea-
ant. Shot ume." The boy did so. aud
ImnmnmoDd ft-il to kLetp ui, tbll lu.k'n.
wbereupon tle boy. seeing the "bilrd"
more, was about to hit It oer Ute bead
with the poker. The bypntotzer had
Jlst time to stop the Uaguetlaed sports
man-Pearno's Weekly.

Hoarease. bromehits sad other
throat troubles are quickly cured by
"oley' lloney and Tar as it soothes
a:sd heals the Inflamed throat and
t'ronchial tubes and the most obsti-
.late cough alLappears. Insist upon
naiung the genuine Foley's lioai y and'
rar. J. \\. McCollum & Co.
The babit of answering ada. that
appea: to you is one that will keep
iou interested In the lfe you are v.
ng. and prosperowm


la French PianoCo.
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MM"E= the ssW0 k, Bronks-
ViM.; ftd O k la and be-
omd; ov tetl uwaue i.
my; mamth to Alsebm Hisb
sd WorthinatmS Ipenma,
cLdaK Ry, and all iaasrmod.

Memugs and Answer
If Onr iOr4w.

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S-- ~POe N$ALL

FOR SALE T' rcrlter riblill.. bot
ropyfand ri e or.. IN, co-lito
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Unriverity City.

Oalanesvlle is concedel to he tI
Most enterprising as w'll as the 1n1
beautiful city in the Interior of F'l
MI. It is located in the very cent
of the State. half way b1, ., s t the A
lntUc and (Gulf Coa-t,. -,.iroundtdd I
lands of such fertility) u4 to be calab
of producing a K-... \.... f r-
in the heart ft tht. it' ,o ', g- I
plho.iphate arid i aial -t ,- I t It :
has the h .t **ducat( .., a i a.',i t.i..
In tihl State. g,,)l : : i..-.
v.llfince- which ar"- ';.. I tlr ', al:
town of ilt tti- it 'l .r.,... ;' ith lar'
and cola.-i t i. t c( uRrt;i;:il-~. hi -
climate i.ich ;l,'tia t '! ,i\ i.wdl ft
health aud pleasure. A I th* ., .atir,
advaiatages ronilinid tle Iand lint rij rl.-ing (>t 0.uI ,,)lit.
cltlienship, ale sure to make a Ii
There are many nat,;ral attraction
In clo",n ,ruxirmity to the tt. stomlie
hbich are Alacbua Sti.k. Paine
Prairie. the IDvll's Mill H(,pler, Wa
r.ms Cave. and Lake NewnIan. all c
whlch are reached by private convy.-
Spring Park Stock Farm, the largeI
and lnest live stock farm In the Stat
Is only eight miles west of the cit
and is reached by a good hard roa
affording a most pleasant drive.
The farmers of Alachua county. ,
which Galaneville is the county sea
"Uve at bome and board at the sam
place." The temperature is very -n
form, scarcely ever reaching theo ain
tes In summer or the tweatles I
winter. The populatlom of OGaineill
Is aboat eight thousand, reprsatln
early evwy tUollty on the fac
of the earth, ad trangers always
meet with a oanry we conm.
The Uvalwverlt of Florida for youm
|on e aad the NatlmalJ Agricultural Ex
yirlt-eat ltaUoa a r located withli
th corporate Ulimts of th city. Ii
exact. Galanelle haas o many thbin
that w must b pardoned if we oml
a fw of them o (be following smumer
at o: what
Gainssvlle Has:
One artlt.
No aloons.
One grage.
Four hotels.
Four banks.
Four darles.
One foundry
Water works. .
Ten caurcbea.
One gas plait.
Two tin shoni*.
Three bakeris.
Ten iihysicila',a.
Six fruit stores.
Tao gun.-m;.hs.
six retalUiantt.
One seedl store.
Itoard of Trad,.
Six drng stores.
Four Phhoe shops.
State l'ilrltr:ity.
.Ma ,niic T-,ii!,w le. ,
T elity 'a ," ,.r'
T* T C) l ,t -hi,<.
F''ir ('l< tr.ta l ils.
One h i(' l- -hop.
Oai a. hb'ill imRoiid(il.
S Two ic,. fa to)ri,,4.
Six inuic schools.
Ole \a r .t\ >.lt,' '.
O(J:c peib!ir library.
Twio aE (!: .orks.
Two planigi niliit.
I Two ract1:*. -*'t r-s,..
1 w% :imil r rartds
(Oi,- imai tlrh mtrks.
Thre silv'er-mliths.
Three wood yards.
Five dtnital rooms
One expr -*- oi.lh-e.
FreT nail de.lil\.ry.
Four beef markets.
ElIght Ihart, r shols.
Two iutlic schMjl|.
Two n a.-ie houn-..
A tel-ihone -.-t,*rnm.
Two hab rda bhrrls..
Two ab-trac- offles.
Two mnac(hiie hohpe.
Two bottling works.
Si boardlihg houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three Jewelry stores.
One pho(lphate olice.
One Chinese laundry. '
One Christian church.
Two steam laundrit.
'wo Advent churches.

One dally newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
One female physlclan.
Fifteen grocery stores.
Flve Baptist churches.
Three furniture stores.
O()li cold -tirame plalL
Oih,' eeklYv ino-paper.
8. \en dry I(lds stores.
1'lir, could drink aanad-4.
01,4. -ltctl l g lIRht |i:ttl.
Tlir.e blatkui:th Aols.
Thr,*' ruilavii y itemna.
:iltt bn-rt%.i ,leut orders.
T j pl.'colal church.
I'nlted Stater laud office.
One chbetulal laboratory.
Thirtefe Sunday schools
Two vetrtrlnary surgeons.
One Prfeibyterlan eburch.
Two cigar nianufactofrle
Four real e-tate agencies.
Volunteer fire department
Several lunitwr comlpales.
Three Methtodist churches
A brass band organlution.
Two photograph galleri
Two ovig picture sows.
Florida Wnter Clsm
c* esi-we -kly new -r.
me -

irst-cl, sewerage system.
Two fertilller manufactcris.
S rve fire larance agencies.
Two Iliery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
On* Elks' Club reading room.
HlardMtnd Manufacturing Plant
Agricultural Exieirlmeit Station.
Flrt la Winter hible Conference.
14( dr,~tsrnakiti esftabli-hn:ients.
N.at11nal Odd Fellows' 8Santaruni
Nt atnI, .... -.I U --+--r~ lRIt ... U- Ii _Lf rn ii =

iir le uIn'Irtakilin ei tairIIhnm*'ti
Ihe T of :he b~st hot.-l In the n.,
,st terror.
r i Two sho!,-ale, grain and foed
or stores.
kt- Two wholed,;-tlo gr wry ertabill-h

L ,nriing n ,i-',urre. j .
- gran'illtar "dtha has than any otilli

in toI In the interior of the State.
s T ''* ?'*. *t II; ra 1-n in !!*< ?';r

ig An 't .'ti curt hou ie built of brick

and stone- a bt'Autiful structure -atind
; *.1 .* **I nU o t~i 11h n < .n >

Sthe lawn; rs. fliowei bd. shr'tbl ry.
o Confederate monum ent. etc.. surround.
Soin t, make it a ot attractive pie.

r. ttm
. The want ads. of avore re estate
-t srnoitnesls t thn al otnyr broker
. tobind- n lhe Introrey ol the mtate.
kg An $?*5.ViO court hoiube built of brick
and stone- a beautiful utruc ture asid y*
11 the law)ntt. florrer twda. shrubl ry.
:f Confederate monument. etc.. surround.
a Inl It, take it a no t attractive pIC-

r- The want ad. do -on r-J Mta
St b business th al ote broker om-
e, bled--la fact. they "start" mt of
y b the letea Sat tto br-rs sa
d. agents Iash
i D GE0 8. WALDO,

Sao Piss Mae *Le"g Olms
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O0ces 'n Graham Building, ovr
Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 34.



06" ova OGale le Natlosi Baft
No. 354.

D K N F Ii
OCle over Duttor a C& BMas
Pbuhoe sb. Galaesviile. Fia


&AlM8VIllt A!;;I Ja i o F1.4,
Aoffe in +n1Y- iar LAW,-c.
1 AI"ONF1,Y 4t I1 4 U
JAIa t.! LIZ I
Ca:. cril y o'r .ity ;propr (.a.'
pr i'd atii in 'irnmtroced). ph'iphit .
trie kirn and farming lands. 'and n
a list of wLat iou (ftfr for aile ll.r
And Solicitcr in Equity

ae' Eastoe, Couvetanetio and as* .
eral Praetise. All business promptly
attended to. Oflee next door so ue
es. GAlssaVInLLa. PFLoaIDAo
rKANi l.A i TiHOt IV. II. tIi.N'
OI..\IK & iF:I.lIN ;
IA\\ YI:Ht
Practice la all Courts. State aaM
Oflrice O er Gaiutn lle National
Ihank. (Ganeft illh. I.'lrlda

We Ask You
to take Card, for your famalas
troubles, because we are u t w

WIN help ym. Rwnemkr &M
Sthis grea femal nremet y

hubrkm&eI"boll* ds of
otb w owo. so why ad b
you ?For hsgdsbs. m
-wi fel pim UmaLe wea
am am" b saw iK b "60
bedt ms~dioo to takier Tly R I




Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchants ar Thl

Sun to Citizen of Alachua Conty!

Each Section Gets Prizes!

C test to Cle August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading btiness homes
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 priae similar in all repeat there
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pianos
for this contest were purchlaield, have agreed to offer extra prizes aa follows: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the espital l
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemable
cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, D aton
or Joln Church Pianos. In addition to this they will give a certificte good for
$25 to all 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.

SC'ilk iill embrace the city and suburbs and be con*
Sainsvm e ctU fined to a radius of four miles in each director.
The winner in this di.-trict will le awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.

astern and Southern CSeci ill compri trrio from Fair
sd banks all points eadt and from Ro.
chelle all points southl-Wan(lo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Campville, Micanopy,
Lake View. Ti.e.niia mil all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

WfAo4A--- ---J M_.-4 --- C.--A:--- Will comrinse all stations from
Western and Northern Section iagle to ligS apr ngs, Trenton,

Wanlliee, 1Wiiox, Hell, Newle rry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered
liv thi- Airea. 4IN PIA.N(O.

How and Where to Get I Wt otr s Yw foeutn
EI UW ClIU Wl C IU U Ballot boxes wll be fouod to (tb estabitsh-
i meats of the merchants giving votes sad at The
S un ofce. Votes set by madil must be directed
S---- to the Votlng Contest Departm-not of The Sun,
V -Uainebvlle. Florild.
Thbe following n r'haints %ill g!ve ,one voto.
for eeryt cer t lid Ihito thbiI etabli-lhaients flor
goods which they Liandle:

Phifer A Morris Co. Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware. 1. The contest is open to anyone living l
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Milllnery. Alacbua county abo is knows by the cooductore
o. f the couttet or vouched for by nsme reputable
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Mescines. person, to them well kaowa.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry. 2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. prietors of the above-nmed trms are eligible to
Saunders A Earle. Groceries and d d Stuffs. particiitte l this cootest. and will participate a
City Bakery, Bre..l and Pastry. i o nIneN1r.
P. SmY. ith. Fresh Moats. i In the event of a m nouaersteadlne betwu
P. Y. m, th Fresh M eat. candidates or others Interested it this cortet.
Crawford a Davrs, Livery and Sale Stables. such controversy may be referred to th ema
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. doctors of contest, who aloe are tho pertse
The Brown Hous, Meals and Lodging. qualified to reader decitwals.
N. Francisco, Banana Houe, Fruits, Etc. 4. In the evet a candidate deides toa wt
Eddins Mgf. Co., Lumber and Building Material. draw from the race. suc candidate willU ot be
Sallowed to transfer votes to the credit of maotr
Standard FOrtiier Co Fertilli candidateo l th oate-t.

$1.25-Three months' subsc

1% tubt eriber M New Swbletbers
ription ..................... 600 vots 700 vowt

$2.50-Six mouths' subscription ..................... 1,900 votm
$(.00--One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,5W vote
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ( "'' ', 8.*''"" ) .30,000 votes

1,600 vot
4,500 vote
35,000 vote

For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (;' ," I.- ). .30,000 vote 36,000 vote
1 hern. I- nio liit to the. Iiuljier of cltilm ea'h colnte.tnlit may sm&cue.r

$1.00-One year's subscription... .................................. ..0. vo
For a club of five oe.year subscriptions ........... .................... 1,000
There i- no limit to th.' nillillir of clulid each conteOtant rmay seure.

Soliciting votes by candidet o*r friseds within the stores
distrlbutls votes Is ues ired by the propriers
amM&e1 1.

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a0-o oala

O N" Hfpe.ouoneO.
b Ld Nalrmerw at S @,

New a e at Mrs. TaIa',s.
TIv.Wft r.to ret. wW. L. Da..m.
Misn Teem's Summer webset will
GM MaIr at. ta w
LMbmbI s LI bsme to Alehbmp
m kMiem I #olow days.

PI, e 3r t 4S5 "3GA will cue samy
SGa s P.a- Peter. PeI K .
CgIs Matin ee at te NewI
hb$ Iat abaa at 4 sne tk.

(r *- Pa. aa gr Nag M y a
r1a- a abort bVelme a

J. A & AWMM oft oe w r

40% -
-mma Wivs he tRe aoy fare'
,40MO a ipen i no am d ew

B i-*s MR te

I-a am -a theo am "---

faNle. t Adi a P Wlo Ila la
tu l aam a, MW sn art

AA$m" III at ia p
"'ftoy bol as none dot *m for .
OP a* O-Nat rat lW a 'a

S baef f M theb as fw w
a. tlma O Wt Iyteday
Snllmad l 1 ,a ,ms wl

Al= to a"t bse atOat POIta
SIMMN IM the di esSeiday.

gigs l.k Wrateh m to Iwwee

MAa-l fa t Nae M aC Jied
%=tor ay paagM&. a

ft Mm a wae aad tea. nm
Ms a meems rbi apbs.
Sbmidy. n*. bla a lon sI

i O- am h t est e wet oabueks

t W ai atne i fpr~as Sd wa
Sti g ht seveba l days at this
SMella dml e ete yesterday ad

L. r-gdi at Walo wasish U
Oy yterdar. Is broug htalosg his
#1 00rba swMc hbe proposes to lave
SOe ST e#r the from t few weeks.
UI I.L. Aldersma Weft yesterday
r Wethmgtm Sprins aMd will
spend the m et seral days at this
poplar resort She wil be Joined
Itr by Dr. Alderman.
UMrsA. Cmersoo an adson. Lu-
SWe 4is tChe octy yesterday.

ms wle Mrs S meron went to ac.

J. I Nea1 et Melateh was tramet
te .ibeit to eity yestday.
Calt. rlwy of UTOak was here
Iiueetay -u rote to MI bMe from
go saemem pawte at the State.
FP J. e R. Wa W W eft yesea tor
igh Sprt to be prest at the
I tgulr wely r reUee of the eand
A. R. Harper rtmred to his .Tpr
sonllic hoae )yes!errda ata'r haeir .
*IH. it tihe 1*a-t few dar, IHtw' 0o.

Miss Hattle Demas ha returned
from LakeItad sad Tampa. where sbk
has teen visitel friends for the past
few days.
0. A. Beach of Foral City. who hat
bes here for the ilast to days virit
lan his family. returned to his howe.
Why not work for yourself and get
a pretty dress free. for tickets to the
amount af $21 wl certatlly get it
trm Mrs. Tallat's rBaaar.
We would Uke to have several
copies of The Dally Sn of March 30.
'or which we wil pay Sc a copy foi
Mte Arat ve kersleft at this office

I No matter how warm and uncom-
fortable it Is outsd t's always cool
Sthe akdtoritum of th Balrd. Go
-a aromd the corer" once and
y=N wait to so saal.
LarkIa Crter has retramed from
Ta se.* were hbe has been fe
the past eight weeks. e is mad.
tib ma to whether he wil reeala
ar return or te lose of the msesson.
Cat. H. A. or oft Palatka, a form
er eltiee at oGaln vlle, so bere
m1stiMu his mumerwos frieds. He Is
a gedWa In the realty business
6t still ars several aSe locations la
this city.
't 0. W. Hyde Co. uramen a
qspac embroidery ad lace sale for
today d l atrday d a redl bar-
sa"e" are elfd Ia these lies..
Read th ad. em the third page
this 19ase.
Jombe Si a sucee l later of
the Wm haoot asectlm, was greeting
Ibe sameros friends In the city yes-
arday. He states his sect. o ha
bad ao rat and to youa Igrowing
erogp are ufferang.
W. G. Chapmaa easier of the
Bank of Newberry. was aamoI the
visitors to Oaaiesille yesterday. He
states that bualmes Is a Uttle quiet
la the mialag t iy at the preset time
ever the report that alas will soon
elee for the summer.
Misssea Iss la dde ad Rate Wil-
sa Lave returned to their home
here after speeding the past few
months at taunton. Va.. atteding
Mary Baldwin Institute. Their nu-
merous youna friends throughout the
cty are glad to have them home
Mrs. Jas. M. Graham left yesterday
for Worthlantoo Springs. She will
remain there for the next several
days arranging her furniture and
other houtshold effects shich she
had hauld to that place'to install
In her cottage just finished at that
C (hittu. ulor mucnll-r of the
firm of Chitty & 8ons of Micanopy.
was here yesterday sllting relatives.
He states that tbhe people of his ,ee-
Ulo are %ery Jubilant over the Iro-
posed change in the A. C. L. ralla>%
to Mialnolp. and latt-'h that it would

-S mp br ob home from the Deaf be of great beuefit t, him cit) and the
od md Istitute. I railroad company alike.

u0 elf Our Latest Arrivals





--- Wha in ned of anythln. in our line call on t. -

Crawford & Davis

Br mber, We Oiv Votes f.r

the R ug aud Piano Coiitett

Let Us Keep You r Books for You

DepnM t ),> *,. <. ) it > .. \ i '
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Phifer Bros. Banlera

"Some Claos to
Savored with Blue
tract is "clasy.
hon valla. and I
the perfect Savor.

This"-Ice cream
Ribbon vanilla ex-
81Siilfy Blue Rib
Ilve your de ert

It is always best to have an ab-
stract of title before purchasing real
estate. Thla is explained in a new
advertsement of the Alachua County
abstractt Company elsewhere in this
Mrs. C. A., atlreloth and mother.
Mrs. Mnlchener. departed yesterday
for Blr-mmlIgr. Ala.. and the former
wlU speId the neat several weeks in
that city viitid her parents and
i rends.
D. L Iaudress of Rochelle was
amomr the visitors to the city yeter-
day. He was en route to Hague and
will spend the next few days In that
seotla recuperating from bis recent
A. C. Robinson, an extensive merch-
uat of Newberry. was here yesterday)
attending to business matters. He
has been engaged In business In that
section for many years and was for a
long while the only merchant at Lea-
Miss Mame Darby of Chester. 8.
C.. who has been spending the past
several weeks here visitlug the
Misses Simpson and other relathies.
left yesterday for her home. She ha%
a large number of friends here who
will be delighted with a return visit.

Miss Iessle Anderrso

of Ilruns-

wick. Ga.. who has been spending the
past few w,-eks here visiting Mrsr. J.
. Potch. r.-turned to her home ye.-
terday. During her sojourn here she
made many friends. ho sill always
be pkas*d to greet her lu the Fili-
.ersl;., C(' .
Pine Gro, IDairy' Oldesti ad I, '-t
Good cow-.. abuinautim of irairie gra -
and clear runiili uatir in oii r ,Ja-
lure. Cows terte'd by Sltate- Vet-ri
narlan. No trace' of tul<.-rolu.-. is I>
herd. Scr-netied milk roTm. withl larn.
doors and windows to admit Uiun-hiitr
Visit us and ee'.' how and by whomu
your milk is handled "Pure Milk"
.t.r in rae '
Alxaindelr liaicrpr. ubho ha. been- in
the city for the past l sseral da) %is-
lting his l nume'rou fried and tak
nlls in counlwilrtctlenl t e'kerif(' s. re.
turned to hib Jarkaouville home )yes-
terday. Within the next two t-eeks
he will l ave that cit) for (Gaines
villa. Ga.. where he will enter the
Hiserside Militar) A(ademu) for th(.
nunilUtr mniithi.
U. E. Pil. sho has successful.
managed the athletic delmartnittl of
the I'uiversity the past eabon,. will
Ile'as today) for lis, hoim inl Ilrl'tol.
Teuut. to r iiallin during tlhe liuniliter
lih has tbce-n rctalille for is \ i-t.c&: (,l
iil st t t .! Io |.-r .e ot l-.- o
,11," % 1 t 1 .It!.1t l ,. l 1 ,1- 0 t *
i.( III li !,. S, I. .' 11
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Tor Os Stow.
The imeellmemt for the Publik
Ubrary wI ta- place this afteomoo.
The baby sow wUI begi proptly at
4 o'eklk ad May Pole dame at I.
If the weather It inletmes. the em-
tertaln at will be in the Elctric
Theatre. er Wi on'a. Pleeso have
all of the blpk Irtrrtlifr on h1n'1
at 4 o' cock.

W. EL MtArt:. .r ,\.i t0lr exteMsire Metl tcr, jo| Iriducer of
that place. wasI trnll-atti business
in the city )yuterds
T. L. Hodgma of Wiill-ton. one of
the largest vehetalhle ronm r, of that
- :rel'd. in t he cJtyv )erterday.
H I.. l.iii.- left yv st rria. lvr Alach
.Ita ti iay a mli.l t l -ilt to lis if s
rt".aft: ,i at th (t .'ai*-. .Mr.. lluo te
ha. hlle.: i tl;re for t he past two,
a erks.
Lot of pretty white dress pnttfrn.
to be given awa. at The Itasaar. tr
ginning today. E ery lady can have
e. These tickets will be giv n til!
December tlt.

a( !t ( Ioaiir

BY ou ir-- r
t i tp I lI Ill.N ti. wCfl Lt I
Magker, 1il i ". 1-444- In 2a
wajie. You ait-frur cof ulalr-.p it
ibfact ory. ,: -r ir
14hot) iell door tu Ir:;.l~ z


Autimohile leave- Mlil er AVital's
excWIt ',isitia at I16::W a. i. het
I6-nve N.%-.lwrry at 2::Wl o tit. A

Fare $1,50'




At Mrs. McCormick's Millinery P4
ters, Wet Side Court House
Square, Galnesevllle Florida.

A colm. te and thoreruh course r ;rP"r'
tUl hin tbe Arts r .N I Nrrv [w irole n l1 "11
tagIht htr a c criwirm' k h., 1l a trraiiu
i I1tlllf'r Arti Il irt (roui r u**arn arr
two to Ibroc soethK. KateC i4-lil.bie MV
anrlsulIar' c-U aost or drro- 41 MH. T
(CIMlc' (f;ala*ile ln.ir:(.t

Model 10 Buick Runnbout
("White Streak") fully equip
ped with Automatic folding
wind shield, Prest.o.lite tank.
Ianeto, Supplemental spiral
springs, rubber cover, and both
single and d uble rumble seats.
Been used but a short time aud
guaranteed ..o; ;f.<.t condition.
Owner wauta larger car. Ad.
dress Box 66. Jacksonville.Fla.
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I)-T-At Bainr Tlhatrr Tue-,lay night.
a drawin-work larv-triDmut.dl han-lker-
chief. Finklr pilek.ar. turu tI, MNr. I.
F. Thoous.
LOST-Ordinary time-book with my
name on Inside leaf. Finder please
leave at Gainesvllle Hardware Com-
pany's and greatly oblige J. 8.


FOR RENT-One six-room and two
ve room cottages in South Gaines
viUe. Apply to Coffin Factory office

FOR RENT-FIve-room cottage ou
block net to square; city wat. r
*eectrIe Utiss, bath room and al.
modern emveale.cea. Apply at this


MIOR SALE-New six-room two-story
house within two blocks of square.
Apply 407 W. Masonic street.

POR SALE OR LEASE-The< o wntr.
Mr. .1. G. Alvarez. halitig retired Oil
a('ceoinr i of III health, the store
building anld Sea I.land cdottoln Kin
Ii *ry ocrupiled a.id o;,er:it.d 1) hin,
-ia St .: ,*. I';.t., ft r Ilirty *..r- :
Io d i'| I r)ar al] r tr ha;* ,i
f.:' r t i l. torni- luidiiu (colI.i -t
tlf ..t,,rt. .":. S r, *I in th N l'-ari of th,. li.-'ii< -s
disitht. aid a tw~-ito rr bllr k giln
ihou-e oil .atnll I t '.. f.et from,:
: tior StlarliinelirT (onii-|trt of ,ille
KuaS litiHe etili.i'. I %)wo nI \v w dtiblbile
rtillo-r S.a Il'iid l cott ln giin. o(,li
grist Iiiill. iir. ric i buller. hl draulic
uiii l (and colltt Ir'ri. :.lElectric
IlKlit.- ai.d uat,.r work- throtm hout
,in h)our' and store. Stark is a
I'r .I Ie-.roumi- as d grimwiiiK toiii iof
I I.l- i inia iia iiint-. ll l I i tl l- a, :
c(oll**o niarl:cl and is the trul. l c II o i
lt r f, the. Kre.al Iradiford( (o :i\
strawberry Industry. 'ine (o|ulr 1
tunlty for a supply nl.-rc cotton buyer. No C(mrNlltitlon. Ap .
ply to Paul E. Canova. Stark.. Fla


QUICK RESTORE( TTIVF: for loht man.
hood. Satilfactioln guaranteed or
money r funded; Oc per bottle.'
old by W. M. Johnson.


First National Bank

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Buggies, Wagons

rer ni Iuli ir;ra|m il in th* IItery lis'.
Better try m. ton iearl di watioi--tli-
uliSt r iu lk-te anll np-Io-dlat. *.tsll,-
in t i Olivet .

Davis & Oliver



The growth of this Bank is proof

elusive that its business is being

appreciatee on o. Lour buianc,'

to its tho mand atrcns. \e woull

appreciate soeriC of your businc.S. : :


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