Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
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 29, 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: VID01681
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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VOL. XXVI. No. 9;









Vote on Proposition Stood 23 to 3-.Many Bls bu Cutbreak n Small To.e Tromble Was Result of a Cove too Relative to

Passed-Jacknvile Charter BlL. trike Sympathzers s A New Yr r.

TALLAHASSEE. Mas 2-. Aft. r a lIAgalisin and confirming all grant-.
little prelimitar. roik. the St l;a:ie Censes and Irfinlt, made by collt.
yesterday skilled over nanli or the commissioner*. Lot.
bills on second reading and took up Senate B131 No. 94. by Sloan-Anti-
race track betting. Passed. 2ol to -,.
bills on third for the first time in
SSenate Bill No. 129. by Williams.
ten days. Elghteen bills were then
te days. Eighteen bills were then Regulating payment of claims for lo.tI
passed and ten killed, or damaged freight. Passed. 2s to 1.
The Sloan anti-horse race betting Senate I111 No. 404. committee sub-
bill was passed. but will hardly Iass atitute- Regulating killing of wild
the House. ducks. Passed. 2 to 1.
An especially important bill Ipased Senate Bill No. 114. by Williams-
to third reading was the Sams bill Regulating the killing and butchering
-, of cattle. Lost. 5 to 20.

whicn proibiIts the aamlrsbon to the
public schools of the State of chil-
dren affected with pulmonary tuber-

Senate Bill No. 140. by Buckman -
In aid and furtherance of the objects
of the Florida Horticultural Society.
PRa d 2.V f

ATLAN:TA. :. M% ; C WASllNG;TON. Ma. 2.t.-Senator
a ine-ru lire-.nlit. the iri t t:tain oi an' Italley of Texace and W. 8. Manning.
nirt t1, run oter the (;.l'-ria lIailroad Jre.-pi-reeAtatihe of The New York
li, in. 're llan tie da.'.. uin tliill(i. aid l Tnie.e iin the Senate press gallery.
liall car. k-ft here at 7:;::, oclock Ihis hauleduld blow% lust a. the Senate

morning. The train pulled out
through a deep lane of s leclators at
the station. but there aias no demon
The partial resumptlon of the train
wsrvice. although the train put into
operation carries the nail only. givew
a new ray of hope for an early termi-
nation of the Bremen's strike.
The date of a resumption of freight
and Imiasenger traffic is problematical.
being delwndent upon the concesslons
from both firemen and railirod cue-

On Third Reading. *-'-. '' I ^
Senate Hill No. Es, by Dayton. com- Iman.T.
Tee Senate considered the follow. Senate 1bill No. t ,. by Dayton. com- The announcement from Augusta
ing bllla on third reading:ubtitute in reactions brought last night to the effect that of the
for death caused by negligence. Pass- twelve firemen designated to handle
Senate Hill No. 95. by Williams- ed. 2 to 1. twele flrtrmen dtesnated to handle
Relating to liability of railroad com- the mail trains tWday tten were ne-
Relati to l t of railroad 1. Joint resolution No. 171. by Cook- groes and tao non-unlol white men
alnlles. lost. 15 to 1.
Senate Hill No. 12 by Dayton- iroloslng constitutional amendment did not meet with general approval
Relative to siz of. 1 ine. by lto. relating to certain coyrt trial. Pans- here. since the striking white Gre-
Adopted. ed. men had volunteered their services to
Senate 11l No. 76, by Sams -To Senate Bill No. 273, by Beard- aid in the movement of the mail
provide for service by publication Proposing constitutional amendment trains. It is feared the pre-uene on
plon non-resident parties in interest removing Attorney-General from the the trains of negro lrenwn will turth-
In property Involved in suits for spe- koard of Pardon.. Pas ,e,. er incite the sympathizers of those in
cifc performance of contracts to con- Senate Hill No. 1t2, by Buckman- the smaller towns. aAg the Georgia
vey and for decrees and other pro- Deftning what shall constitute due dil Railroad. The authorities at all

ceedlngs after such service. Adopted. IXence on the part of a bank in the towns along the road have b een asked
S -nate 111il No. by Hudson-Re- colltctiou of checks or other nego- to e \lxau-t .ier-r effort to inLure the
1. ; to 1.. L ul. .... t. Adoi table instruments and fixing the lia- -afelt of the Irain-. Portotffie In-
4. lillty of all concerned. Passed, 24 ~l.ec(tor. awtre ordered to accompany
tate 1ill No. Ih. by Hosfurd- to 4. *ach of the traiutl for thet Iurlpos of
A. tiupriating $1.040 annually to as- Senate Bill No. 14, by Humphries making olbseutatie.i"
-. : In lublilhing proceeding of the -For parole of State prisoners. Pas- The engineers uilponi all trains ere
V. 'a State Horticultural Soci'ty 2" t regular nlln %ho topIed work on
at: i tw- free distribution thereof to Adjournment was then taken until iat aturday. The train stoelpd at
(i,,.n-tis of the Slate. Adopted 13 oloclck in the evening. Ite.ntur. the. fir.t t is in eaet of At
t,. b Night Session. l.il.it. w. ire n i% I -:;tlor iven who h;dl
S. nate- I ill No. 1'i. by Ituckman- Ioy a vote of 2'.1 to 3 the Senate ;"trt-d to niake there trip were put off.
I .iatini to the taalet of Ipersonal prop- kilhd theta bill proposing the creation It w ;I d.-.cld d thatI they were paben-
e. It. dledged or det -tl'Lited a. c.ollatter- f t'in-|lla- countit from the we tterni :. ;L' (a tie-" I-.el hil I,) rihllt to
.-i -,-curit Adopted Ij irtion of Hllll.Iorough :1 -i" **
S.-nate t11ll No. 1;::. b! Itake r of S, lat,.r !.McMullm l Ie tl. i* n tli -
the Twenti-tth--elatinK to State cer- ,Iatric t. Hlllsilorough. walled Sena- Tram Leaves Augusta.
tifh ates. Adopted 2.-, to 2. I trial (-urtt-.). and allowed the bill \ ; I ;1.\. t;. M r.m h : W\ ith
S. nate. ItIll No 1I,:. I1 Hlumnlphries t,, I,. treated aholl) upon its merits. the-. i.rgil.r crt e including the nearo

-1:. latiinK to life- certificates. Adopt-

I e-i ticr IBuckimean of JackcLsomii ille

't and other plromin entl i ii ein ilt-r. in cx-
Adjourlniimnt was then taken. p laininag the-ir cotce-.. at:,d tlh.? had
Afternoon Sssion. :aluati t)oted (on 11 lol a lnwasuiir a-
1 vent)-two uemuber. were present ccdinK to hlie ll-he-a of ai c('cll*au1,.
wh-* the SL nate as called to order i"id Mr. Me. lullen dild iot sUlprt
S i o'ck. the bill. but xa courteous etnouitgh
a 'to allow fith- ill to slata d on itP ru r
S. nate Bill No. 103. by Humphries t llow I- l ld l nr
-1Ilhating to life certificates. Lo.t.Ilt. tey would vote alth lh- Sent r
St from Illitaborough They therelforet
8 uate Bill No. 7. by Sluan-Re.quir- toted agalnt the bill.
ing detailed reports from certain
Sta'e officials and departments. THE HOUSE.
Pa .-*el The bill providing for a change of
Sen-ate 11ill No 164. by Dayton- the- form of government of Jackson-
Prot clang food lbhes in the rie-re. ilkl, was not passed a s elected in
cre-ks Iand bayous of the Statt, tbe House yesterday. It being dip

Pas..4d (*Aa.e rrd ledb ot0i1mpnil of the taaia.iure*
S.-itatt [till 177, by Baker of that the tcationtol) %ir r MatC-WiIamll,
t he- Tt tnut iet h 'lIacti t.-legralh of St Johnaw at it.e-- icii the- i artt
an t*.s undo-r ju rli-l (oftI he bo.forc-. that flit- rule-a' l'e aii io d mid
Iat"!Ii 'ail C4 pill lllaa I(s alat -41 I; 14ot, the- bill l be.-pasad I, t ladi r. :itlt:
.iiel luau it ust.-e t al tardt r fe)r 1
I- t. 1\il \. .'* I' alc ilien lo kle I II dla. r marinleg la;t li it, k-(]


ns of Seaboard Air

Line Show Falling Off

frman.i t lif ir:-t train mter the 4.e-or
giua Iailrt ad .-iie SaluiIdaI Ic fl Ati
gKi.-la at .7 .'i otlo'k t tie nioiurn
Tl'hie Irain i iltasist le olf niaill carr> oil,
anId manned liP tiwgro( mail cle-rkr
No ilunul .all de.liioiilaraticoni marked the

(d.-lirtur. of( the train.

tiwo tei~tt of n in-ce-etary twothirds
Imajljorit Inl order r to carry
The Journal failed to show that the
rulet.. were iti-ed in order to place'
the bill on third r-adiung. and by thil
Ileanst. the error ass detected.

Soltl,. hliocm-r, contend that Mr
.lMc\\'-llama failed to Include il his
mtollonl tie rejlu* r to walve the. rule-

Aft* r a lrie.f dli-; u.sion of thbe iuei
lina a i'ili i a 7 i- imade- to i aie lth
rileas wual I. t- l, 111il tu third 1. jifl

ee I'll t fi- a -tou ettmcti .". ii).
.1. ci -, 1, I I ee I esnI A eI )i 6a 1 1.
lte f u- lo I 1, .11 I e I! 1 11 Ilteei I f

I, I ifa 'a 'I I liIr l.'-

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adjourned yesterday as a result of a
conversation they had In reference to
an article printed by the New York
newsltalewr questioning the sincerlty
on the Senator In his course of the
income tax.
Neither of the participants v.ere In-
Jired, as they were separated by Sea-
ator Clapp. Porto Rica Caaommissllo
er Larringna. a number of Senate em-
ployes and several newspaper corre-
A bitter attack upon the author of
an article In The New York Times
which charged that Benator Bailey
had played into the hands of Senator
Aldrich by his course nl demanmdla
an Immediate vote on the lecoame
amepdment was made by Mr. Bailey
oa the floor yesterday. Mr. Man-
ning accosted Mr. Valley after the ad-
journment to Inform him that he was
Inaccurate in suggesting Republican
Senators as a possible source of an-
lpiratlon for the article. According
to both Mr. Manning and Senator
Ialley. the former disclaimed author-
ship of the story and at the same time
stated that the lutpiration for it had
been Mr. Halley's demand for an tm-
mediate vote and his "Basllan" of Re-
publican Senators who vrored the nla-

cone tax proposition. but who did
not support him la his demands r
a vote at the present time.
Mr. Bailey asked who did wrote the
article ad at the same time eclarse
It l said. that the man who aMI
written It was a liar. Aeeoring to
both men. th Sematora ImagUaae was
very emphatic and Mr. Manmug re-
ponded that be "bad et' had the
honor to write the story." Mr. Bailey
says that the word "lomor was em-
phaslaed th a saair to be elenive.
The two men were directly I frot
of the door lemnad to the basef
committee. Several perss ear
the word liar *uelamed It a Iad
voces and them saw Mr. Bailey ad
Mr. Manniag claebed. The later
claim Mr. Bailey hit him b t.
the mlx-up Mr. Mammae atratw th
Senator with his ambrela. baseki
of the Seatar's hat. ad the S-m er
grabbed Mr. Mauala by t h treat.
Mr. Cla pp btesed up a4 threw li
arms arowad Saster allle, whr at
that time seemed to be in peadi
to do serieOM thry to the ewspwa
eorrespemaat, a yuag aof vTry
slight Ial.
The Texass eater t Uv de
perately to break from thi Uagi.t
but Senator Clapp tighteed hisba I
and ewspaper ear respond ped"
Mr. Mamalag away aad Iamlai aed
his leaving the maimor.
Mr. Mamalag la a Slathfmer. a bp
tive of Soth CaMeIMS

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two years la which to comply, passed dected by the ary before whom I
the House b. an overwhelming major- was tried, to favor of the es-l -
ity. Thw hill Ill be immediately cer- ata. The verdict was for $11.Wlla
litled to the Senate, where It Is on lateret for several years whics wt
e-:cond rnadalilg and subject to call make the verdict approlSmately 15,*.
It is ahl.oluiel. n-i..ee tary that tbib No.
i: 1(e r'iat hill pa.ic at thi senslron It seemed that Mesrs. Ray and
S.i.l it ait Ie paiN -ed the State will (lark leased a certain nimber of
S I', it :1- rightt; to the, Fhederal apiro acres of land to the late Arm of l Fr
,tlliati, atc h the HI Itte practical) & Hiller. which they were to prospect
dle l,-rld ulponl for the maintenance and mine. Ford & Hlller eoM te
of it troop i. lease to the Dutton Phospate Coam
There will be no Sunday ba-sball pany and the complaisaats allied
for Jacksonulle fans. that ectin. of failure to carry out the terms of the
;a Ill Ipasd toti,:xlt granting certain contract, in that they eased to ilae
IMwcerr to the municipality of South rock for two years, wheo the leave
I.qka-,atil.l to hae or prohibit base- wa terminated spoan otiee of the
'ill Kanies on Sunda) having 1l In conilplainants. They clalaed a royal-
,tri-ck. o6iiti ty (f uhnlnDld rock of $.4 a yea
After onem hundre-d and inet.)-snine for h the two years the mlaes were al-
nitindiannia. had IN-c.n offered and lowed to remain idle. The dfease
(naie hiulldri ad a fIlml o of these claimed that the minL had boee es-
adolpted. the louse arose from several haunted, or at least that they had
dayv In comnimllee of the whole on mined down to the their existing wa-
the general revenue bill and the bill ter level, and ta o do ing ad ear
went to third reading. ried out the terms of the eOstrar
I.ttlle .elae has occupied the time M~eira. Aaderom and Aaderse
of the lhoumr for several da.. slib and Hampton represented the ean
ihe- exceltlonl, of the long rssion over plainants and Meners. Hosr and D
the- JackmianItlle charter bill val of Ocala and Mr. Joke C. Cooper
--- of Jac-ksooville represented the Eos
The lawyers are said to have made
Measrs. Ray and Clark Won Suit i.-r ,ale. and forceful argument.
Against Dutton Phosphate Co. close- anld profound reasoning and the
The 4'l.lk ior % ll I .iaiuelit tilh IlJalton Notice was given for a new trial.
i'le hpi,.i, C'oiipaliim of <;min. l ii-' at ;,ill In default of which the case will
i r .a t,. e l- tr.il if fi',. .i. wiapl ;i' Ia e all -al d ( -ala Itanner.
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of 6 RbLee& we Ib011"ued That so""e of Them Welt
Clem qw the S pw'r Lftnta

It schaper to keep
V- *f FLw Wb ~CdCl k u latbn i rt Ih~l~ lr inks.rrrn lr
ou fb ldm.t sao It lo itatpd that narlv all of thb
00I0 ol 9 Mabel N Ut ** th- cfunt. Crv l. .1.l; ':it
oft b eht pay docks bUlls.*n
I" on& bmt:).'mChviiitI !rorj that .etto:l
40 a bft uo Pon....o. .... qft r
A NOM& A 26-Wi t11 that her-r v r. r oni tbr.r. ceeri.
a93613 u*ot- Um We 3cq f (Ft1 op .-t.Itinflt ~: tte w:!)2fdis:ric:
Stton. Nl.;!al nd Cumm-r!'-
SBomyew w- and that o.-r .~lt of the j'lantis har
OND i da s meSim fty w L been shut' doun (;)r the sumilller.
ow___ 01 411 P 01111111110 o V111114 ....... loleatp this s t ne cldition that is
i3man IS so" to do ROL "w fwlag Iunnellou and several
to o n gl o o m 4 m e N o ....... ... t eln s t argeahav bee ck sd fo r the
a on 91 OO several weeks.whc o-sr
altechannels of trad.
ev o s~of them. havectracts and will
~~~.~....1~~111 huta thatt areIt mow rbu alaS or
1011o. lb kept busy all duing the year. but
mont caw*s opcatom Uw lbe cur-
......... Us" to a cosldersble extent
NI*O **....... 6N C Tw* more catarr is b ahis se
.... tie. at the country than. all other d4W
TU -- k111 ,II
o m put to ther. and atn the l t
S m ........ 5 P S IM sfewyeans was Ispposed to be itcr
NNER able.r ra greet masp Years da-
U I I- R macci ft a la disease and
--bm .............US by eamtatly talmin to cure with 1.
VUOn ..c.. oin m r el treetsmat. prousmaacel It lacr
A I............aim E l able. Seleacehas proven catarrh
~ -0 be a IN 0011111111die.... end
......trefrte requires. mettutioal teat-
.SfLans Catarib Cure .mnufac-
LM UAS9 W UB' L CONEST. Wed by r. j. Cemey & Co. Toledo.
31 ... N-Oh Io, ab Wbthe ly constitutional cure
SW ......... L an the market. It is taken internal
_____ ............ 38 SFD Ti Ie aft ladg With S WIn dose tram 10 drops to a teaspoon-
8LsoHM 111119 3 KM Clem fm It acts directly an the blood sad
-t I WO OL ms.surfaces of tse sstaerm. n
~iI ~ ~ Ump 1A -4or am. hundred dctllars for an~
SIVA ONIMIb I .1"As16O it fails to cure. Send for circu-
2p000* N.~p 16MW .*A&& Much tSt 1es centered in the Ian and testimonals. Address.
.s dal couteet ot the Oainesville Gus 7.3J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
U- -a w. TI Clmbub md the members a" auctise Sold by druggists. The.
far the b. Baet~k wrk- Take Hall s Family Pills for cor-
....................... ........... J.57 S Ther are two handsome medals
___ -0 n. & WbIn.. 4&M f.red for the be"smtarksamanp Secret Society Among So" Islanders
30 w S eft enuft 8 asaig the dlubmembers. whchb is Tt' P r- r i-!Lz.-vra' Ic ~ttii
...33............. .33 being lead so 9ar by Dr. G. B. Tli. p. n I Iqir n, t ,:- 1:1 tI"_- IU1.1 14-4 'A4e
4111110111 ~Ibn Wmgw U.lg i &Uwhoh be. asor. of St -blrds- out (of Z.-, r d r. ,i.-';
00 ame Gum 3Ib. IOfa poeItle 1I0. .whl,-! 744 r. -t a 1 r.erIM* ..r ':"I
T- .............................tsI?,*h toal s o f lat Tu sdi'I
--ll'-' UUlklr. Rebhee Zr sho-also the standing for the club 1, ,* Iv .: r r. t
20 enimFirL tu the Or. loop sbuti. ( is am .. 4,
me IU Vt n. Reehef..... timeI Fsw huway) keet
DriH i rw au
0 0_____ JO" O G OW J Hv Alde1rm2n I
.wwrrOJ~L w rL~ wm.t9 .5n*..
JJ A Phr~cr 'r
rIu Wm 3"inimaMm U10h8 1001:11115 R11"
Jri YNub HaerommI Ha ;. Ew R.CF
C_ W Spircu-,
WRerI.................or r,*
Ml.. Geae~ Sesedm. I~t~bet UW R. YIcKiz.Wr~ 1'; er r ..I1
dI ... ............ ~ )IJoasu l
Rim(A Ne Revs Ncai..l* '
~eaa. alo... 334i L --
15 ie~L Jmmlmgrs.~~k Rch.L I r~ : T-..n *, Ffr C~ k..
I Mel El. Orang Height'r :.'.o Alci Hcu'.
Wald .. H ~~rr .~I
31 ........ t3 Fur ib.- fir-i Ce .c.I. ;. .:\T.r.C. :... .. tT
3Dm ~Plime. muletino... 1)44 I~*r .U tu... .
Rim- *UuIrS.y, lr I l.ra.r J Tb IC It, -i~
-~~ J. 1*13kl *
~Aler htorc ni i C4d I. P1:~t
~e ~.v.Weld...Us ,roz. a' a!]::. g .n.'t:.n iir:raar? di-
mE'~ ~~ ~~~a I W )IKiaary ,e-i.t(-oa nT.
IOIA4 Z .rr(L ca ~ -. I'.vtr 'et Irihii tee( dot( \I,T Llt.) g.t 5eTl o
Aleu Dr.L G1~sI IIp..ls Tio I'Vt Kidn.l azJI7jFFllb
r N lr IU.. V.s '. mU rigbt a'al Takr th. a~ i tr a t''w dais~
mI in5 Dinllh. AntoadIdo. bS.3b5, c~ ea b~t-f&.r. th. cor.-a ejos. 511 ~ doa!.uuI (e all3

JMr IL. Madkiu @ Arcer......17.7 IS aking & totAl of 17 00Shoti. ADS rC91J right. In this way. ?eX).)QU sill
Anm Anie Kbklamd. Alnhw w. -,3.6no lrcacut itdivat loam gitleoewls as if !'r avlareS off daugrnruoue anid jlis.iwvl
3W. L hft tb fpr o. go S" IM Tisoo&Azd .J 11 M s11 Id t.,.tut..v atlous laZitits. Th) art-e lwrfctl(
iMW IAnhds bryalltt ;l 04aru..,.P9. an~d art, not tous.% i~j i
AUCs SmifIl s n. ers. but aIAr paiun qIuick: b% thvir Ir roC
.... ................Fe COLD* Lan dF rt!tJ !tr r Vto E_ C. Ik*
ft A MHf.Ar am.. 33.75 eCOD9vndGRP .i & (7,-, CilA SgLC, 'for a(f.-tr ial
~ Alga Molly. Arredobao.. lf
Te Arnie Dev~lsl. ANLuhdoQ l6.4)o Hicks' CAPL'DINE 15 the b..mt Ft-D~t t~u TL. itJ a'ie hcl rc te~ I, l1 Jrur;
Ion 9a Will~as. Tresitos 19.:40 dy- I1rv~Cs the acting areS fvivr~mb5tIs.
a"eeoup" e t co. Hs ..thcld az tuNtT
Stoaby. Nct T;~ C':.n-
GoruHal coodhuns. lt'a liquid-eElct 1

Nb.1 Mabe 3.net larse. tSg:: \ I-.m I. i
Uft We "& N aL HAleebm 1.l na~laed 1c.I C*YCd W atIru
an A& ftYCm. Ifewber.. 3.100
Ri Lim O~r. 11~ ... l~Bv ecure a teant for that vaca m n .% a i. r.r
a mA. One Nwberry. 06100 room trogb a classied sad intI L..
~ E~.~i..Asdodo ~The Sea.
WO_ laM SMAX Newberry 6" Issit there something whi only a It you have fouad anything a U,
Tnn ^- a X.wher ~ meat r sA. e dofor Mou yI It M advertised n the Want columnI
U0 MWO 000. Aacbus_____________________________________I__
OW POW Relid.AS&Aachua..35SU____
Ma IL.IL fas. KNwberry 1 A e9oo IUJvUU5
s,..L ILaPoem Lcn in A doctors odf or soyiIIin Is
___ __ F~b w~io! ydt some ptqoI" act as it a MOWtkmecoul
"D b d MWWaft 60 tO~.Phce ado.:tor! The hbt-: nmAidtn kthe woddcasmot
- mto I= b Ow so webeeo dotd. 16w a family dodtr. tujA Mat iafrequen y. It we iM
-7M a I= e wewdutose f wIt"kxse 'Ow)-P&A; afo cu

The swm Is a b larger i is N. fibertt ad th pr.
Sof pium twko meea peowep e aware PetriotlU
... ih...i r but nw dype*psie. The e**nrme dy-.
ppelt "is G** G Ir trM passed *T wIs." TIhe M
who oe tdo he fr et b his r wtry with a week *oIM la
w be a week soldier nd a het hoder.
A s md eteme ahe hr good Citisaeship r e well as
hbeth md -ppis.
rDim.. ed the smeeb a d other vrgm of daiget ion sa
Muri ti m ar prtly osd permnetly cured by the mae d

ORpl rCS @@LDEU NED FWL DwisEN. ny
of &a" a5 e beer0 Walkmad fNoek &ad

T%* aer wbo efe a wtosthhf fr the Menr fq" i s
el seeking to sweke @bstittle more rolt retasred on the
C*e of Less meritoriowt Ip0tiOn.
Dr. i',.rce's (m .. sgo-. Medical Adviwr i set frr
o" receipt oftsap* to pay upteof mailnhing only. evij
21 o-cst stamps for the pelce overed NNw. o fI temps
ber t' cluoth bound. Address Worils Disrerserv Niediral
Association. R. V. Piere. D. President, llBud.,, N.


35T3 &. JORDAN

W. W. isAuflOY



Fire. Life and Accident :,."*

Are YOU Being "Hunted?"

One of today's want ads. may be hunting you-ransack
inj 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-may even place around acd about you new
environments, new associates; may give you an entirely new
start in a business way.

Isn't it worth while to try to find cut whether this may
be true-today, tomorrow, or very ooont






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11 k ;t H(.k %A ill 1,nu( r. a in f.-r l 4 .1 % 1ach &I" Th
viiamlii.r in hichth tli(e hadiilleI their
,nls ham, e-t.ntall.hed a demand for
I l.i Iain. ,iF. 1rodAtrt. and Iat sea OSYRUP UC o.
ni thl. h elntlt 1., the txra texIn'set AI
of ,i.in rting 'v1 ,4 r ,''e.d hel, to, ai-t &I
pi t in the' lr;i .r handling of the r
T:., a, i;as nar.,, f':: (; iitie- ill l. -- -
nothing like %hat it has tben In *sew Recruts Have Now Arrived to
former years. and owing to the dry Asume Duties in Land Office.
weather the yield %ill not tb very Six new arrivals ha e put in their
heavy: a:oiwarance at the I'nlted States land
The car that left this clt) yester- office In this city to assume their du-
day was about the finest that has i. under th. (liieftanbhip oof Calit
eer Iec'n shipped during the first of A. Paul of this division.
the ia wao., and Manager Warner There is a large amount of work
feels confident that satin.factr Ir'cea( o I(, perfornied In this territory.
will be received. which embraces a number of South
urn States., and Capt. Paul become so
On Tour of Inspection. favorably Impressed with (Galnesville
County Commissioners Brown and that he located his headquarters here.
Tate of Dade county were among the iith th. result thal 'e are nos. 'n
visitors to the city Friday. having joving this Increased population and
ho o t ....... h... ,inn, i o.. .. hors. .

3I 4 ; 13 ai (I. a gii,9

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Sl; \.l. 1- i | .1111 for to-
t i '. 1. ;
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11 a 111. Short Siliid '.I s l l, t:ilk
1'd .1 M. Ri% r-r.
-' 1. in>. Re~iortr of c olnittl cis.
-' ;;, i. ---'hilid Trainiiig in Mis
slo \'Worlk. led by Rev. It.R.H MSwelev.
I p. m.- Sermon by Re\. J. MS. ID
9 l 'i .. 1.
1*: :io a. ni. Sunday hool
1(0:30 a. ni.-Sunday ILchool Talki.
11 a. mi. Preaching l) apointi-
(')1li lliltee'.


Former Gainevillian Died While In
Route to This City.

C .- ( ; NN. I,

come for the purpose of inspection I'ng ""- eltr I ,y "ne l,',u -,e Telegraphic Information was receiv-
the roads recently built by the com. 'and Ilace in the channels of trade. ed in thi city Friday of the sudden
mislsioners here. They expressed This is not all that will arrive. a death of Mrg. 1. French. which oc
themselves as highly pleased with more ha ag and within r at a hospital in HWa hingtor
what they saw. and state that thi' a very short while the.y will he. here. v.ie e was en route to her home
roads are not only the best but have lIesides the old inierilter. whih r.
lI.en constructed at a much less number nearly a dozen. the following shee h w
figure than at other places visited. :rri.d Thursday: Frank Tharnl. tires and friends in ltochester. N. N ..
Through the courtesy of former IWashington: Fred Itarth. Washing- for the lait few weeks and was re
comilaoisioner Pedrick. they were" tn W .V Wood. Norfolk; Thos. turning to this city when attackelr
driven over the various roads leading llamiltoii. Hampton. 8. C (; I with illness wh ih caused her death.
in the western lalrt of the county. "a,-,'. Ik)'l'arni. Marshal Arnows wa communicate
ltbh by the hospital authorities ant
Mlaniy ll. coime fl oion ilitiur IhlxtI. Pleasant Outing. he In turn notlled Major Tboman
can'tt have pure blood with faulty di- There was a pleasant outing given who has telegraphed her oos rgard
geslion. lazy liker and sluggish bow- by Mr. and Mrs. A. t. Colclough to Ing what disprition should Ibe male
els. Burdock RBlod Hitters strength- number of young people on Thurs- of the ,..
ens stomach. bowel and liver, and day night. the party taking In the She was taken from the train III
purlies the blood. I io Ns A linliu iLake. oil tler very weak condition, and having nI
I *a -r n ill I. f.. fund. the authorities there o"l
01R MOTTO: l Cst S A lgboanntiful slupp'ly of creau. rake kaih siir I' lli. amine on her ticket.
S1 and lfuit was. servedd on the shorets lev.aMd had been a very ardei
Wt th t la himif 'I this lake after a lIleasant lstraw- orsn'kr for the lt p iiinn'e cU ege I
r.Io'. to, Ihe point" and althoge the ar a ihi andlli o( t !,rr .iti4sb i t Foridl I,.:
--WE AVE THEM M STaCK- plali- Idt eIl'iilu s iK -I It ;as ieI hre' I hat su h:d raiied i loyal031
AA.EaTtisU the ladles attending sere friends ahlo s*iiapli'ed h.-r et\.r' nl1ee
AN NT FOR oletugh. Mrs. ;G. A. BIach,I a ilt d li he r .arod vrk
t. C. Smith Gun. lr S. A. IA-dwtter. .1is.e.e Lena --
Draper & Maynard Sporting Goods. ( ll gh ,, lieloise Vidal. Nannie SPECIAL NOTICE.
Dangler Gasoline Ranges. ,8: ~- i. 1. ,, i. ) I I. k inl Maria
Yale Towne Builders' Hardware. .tI rt lturkhia'. Sl.ial oi ('Clothing for
J. S. Colt A Company Acetelyne To.da' -All clothing 25* inr cent dias
Gas Machines. J. J. Finley Chapter. U. D. C. i I,, e,
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds 'i,,t ar,. I\n.iitl,' I,\ th, I.. A \;ill
| I I A KI t. I, 1 1 1 1, 1 '1 11 1
Pa ,int. ,9, I". a. I A t ti .at. lid it n ,iai tli. a d l
nIlli a' ii;lll a nt thli srahl.. Elt'rv dol-
L- J. McClosky Snow White Enam-n ,.1 ,, a l .; h li.l 11 II .ii. l d at Iil I l'. e' w1i g.
Si,'.i', I. 'p I .II Il11, II "1 ,. g;tl I lar 1 u st end at tAhi sale we will gi
%oi 00 I coul",.,. An .one amtinl

.'!e Interior Varnish, Pale White
C .;;.r Varneih.
I arke Compar.y, Ltd., Pure White
I.-,orted SAeedih Enarrel Ware.
1he Celebrated Acme Plaster and
A: Wainscoat Plaster.
Frescoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
Rargeo of all Kirds.
Pittsburg Special Field Fence, also
t4cg Proof Fence, all widths.
7 ne Grand White Mountain Refrig*
rat r.
We sell all kinds of Mill Supplies.
Stecl Split Pulleys, Steel Shafting,
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
Va ~es, Fairbanks Valves, Stillson
H.er.ches, Marco Spiral Packing,
H4 ih Piessure Packing of all kinds.
HMyraulic Packing, Penerthy Injectors
arJ Lubricators Garfield Ejectors and
I"..;tors, Flue Expanders, FlPe Scrap
er>. Boiler Rivets. Cap and et
8. ev..s
so Tu pent: s upp'ts. Couni.
r, B'ac. Jce Hac.s rad Pji'err.
L ,y Se'ii Hote H.op I on,
B Stral er Wee. GA varJ *ed W. t
N N. No ?. No 3, Nod No r*rch

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1 l a1 I all -, ;l r- lh, ri, t

It tl earnt'tl) requi.tu-l Id Ilialt all
lln*'llinTr lAO h ( cani lx.il.l doe Ml
aite-nd their .-* ieri-lsnlit For Ihote -
w lie desirte to go io I l th r' i llti'r .
tlih'-re will I thi north id' cofl tih.- :iare. at 9
:M Ui .KS J I. K I-.IVY,
'r nsident

A Happy Father
I soon turned to a sad one If be
ho., t: walk the floir every night alth
a r' i. hlb.liA M<(c.' Ilabt\ K:lilr
i ill niak the chi ilI avll -so ttlie it,
tiivr e.- Li tAl c lt alll niori.il lus .


I 91

l-ie-t for daperde ri-ti leout-- aiwil
I. IlacIA0' -all to -I -1h111 lalul.-
I t i'h 1I -d~it I0 tAkf'. sure ., o A
)II aI It11 lifct i.firmui~l dniig-.
mid -if t oii 4il 1.4 r be ItI. 8Sedi

IN't Rw.t?ci ord Impbovifgy

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Se. aIe.as:. At.the
*J% ay t g I r ue. e ui&Lt. it ifsiJ
I: b- 1I.., I .:. -i'- AL I- auIa

thi.- pliaito had h LttIer get lui-y L J.
1i.e i i l i ':
Five room cottage. to rent on block
adjoinlng e lquare. formerly <'ecupledi
,to' W. 1. I -Grando; city wattr. elec
tril lights. i.snerage. bath, and all
modern conienaleices. Apply to Mrs
II. 11 lMc'reary or Sun offhie.
If you want to feel well. look well
and be well. take Foley's Kidney
hemedy. It tones up the kidneys and
bladder, purifies the blood and re-
stores health and strenth. Pleasant
(t take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today' J
H. McCollum A Co.
Attellii(io I t dire 'cted to the tad\.r
is.l, rlll 1 a is aIitait t li" 1 II.', rxK. r th
*' \ real -til,. ilealerM of 4anlle'-
Sil,'| T ;' iii.. ii. r li n which these
', i, h 1 I r l .!. i'l hiu-lie .l 1-' lin t
S ., if ii i r,, It, 1 rii-i iisi r \ i'hil,.
,A h u.i'. I iiliiihl.-r of i i h dleial.ri
I l :t r the ifhrnt l o x o K ift r'. iti t i -1l
. II> I i I'. r hilatlh o r mi iii 11 ,
,r1 1,1'' I i I I*Il llt h 1 i '1lii' *

Two Million ottles
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Furnmihed Cof

2, 7 and 10 roo1

$150 by

(G;aiesville Natil

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is-$50, $100 and

the meum

nil Bank BuildiDn

Send your orders for Job Plinting to


Our Mail Order Catalogue

For %Wa n md 8rumor IIN

Will be issued about April 15th. If you desire aeopy
cut out and mail this coupon to us:

I. H. LEVY, BRO. & 00.
SaIvanIIill, G;a.
(Write with Iw.ncil)
Pl'ea., senld Ile u cpy of your Mail Order
('ahial igli for Sprlilg aanll Summe1ii r I .

N a ilit . . . . .
ToW II ..........

utwt ......... .... .....

i tlo It t l i;t4t o ISof %% jai mrtie- in Imy town
wl.oi, I tiiik wou'dl ,o Im- intere-tel in your
I'cut 'o(git

S . . *.

B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
hAiAh%.H, JLO&tilA

Theo Kind You Inve Alwrays Dought, and whilrk ls be
In uoe tbr over 80 -ycr%, has borne tlo ignature of
na l has been maildo nnder hlis pa
Sonal lupcrvisidon since Its ftaluhq
4e-rUh444 wAllow no one to deceive lyou in tlb
All CountcrfCi.:, Imntntionr and "*JuIlt-as rood"are bur
Experinents that trifle with and endanger the health
lafla amd Children-Experience agalast I peprlim

OMuterla is a harmkless abstlttte for Castor 01, Pave
grie, Dropr and I tothing Syrrp. It Is Urumat. It
emtalsr naeiter Opiumn, Morphine nor other Narleft
-- istaae It* re rl lt sgaatle. It destroys Ware
Mad anla) PFevrialnbe.a It c res Dlarrhama an Witd
CMle. It releve Teething Troubles, cre ComAtpI11t
Mad Flatule4y. It amlimilates the Pood., regubte t
eodmbea" BDowe, giving healthy amd &atmvel
The ChiMU9m'S P1Ta-1 h Meothr's Fgad


The id You Hare Always Bought

In Us For Over 80 Yea
am pmeom m a, l emsmele


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rs tth .g AM thed
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be so ameno edo at twe

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bw 499 wd al Used
:LB atta o i

WI k to J OI a as Ist tew
Seiemft w d ril

Shle m M OW orWto pe ast e feril
1I tz Ises H a o efforts

Il- I am bst ay apI btod
Smr m ue b 1lyL
,1 J.N.~r Iteem o w r a aa.owet
-, w~e m eae mrl

~ roads to t he atoe
tNd ptam tinllweu lastb

tw 1 I'fi a> period, iI
i & r* t fe ind t herg wille o
M m Mat elr work, but
Il tI- Mtr whi ier Te oanl
hr to lalle them de t. Le two
See- be engaged otiftang

Sl3rBA a hear to watch the pro

rW bslraes urmars ad cit e of
~elh ha the bet aterests
Se e Hat st beaM bea meem
tS. obe Saw t Trade. Read
S. maim St i-estlo to apply for
has sTe mar this rulrgettrtom
pIIb 55pe ulswhem'e ia this Issue
,b mmli, to sais sad assist th.

-s see We areare sow toeartn

S WgaAoy aS resuk St the *Rort

proving a reat factor In the goo

aes aim wnt better highways.

U esSt The Urs at Taltlahssee two

the Ravansas News, has resignle his

I Metrpells. He Is a gifted writer

e tharm of his return to the State.

g~e Se iplils isstl haru

ow theusere a
uInmendsd Is S. m-n of Oe.
-it theL''' flLnLekbo".


I s Cw Om-Al Vmaa to Me
S ll t -ey I a bot tlwe
Sthe ~-emeu m ts wete haveT
6 g- lr Toe Sa from time to
time ll be made UpM the Atlate
onIt LIe p--aeer statr s i this
Ciy. Nw e wil mey ltht te a c
-lm tt-ems are entirely adequate
ad we trout that matters wll be so
arrIId that work will begin on the
ateratis withbot further delay.
The foRllagi order has bee made
by the Perda Railroad Coinlision:
"Order No. 2 4--Reore the Railroad
CommitMoners of the State of
FlortRa-In the matter of Ipatsln-
ger depot facilities of the Atlantic
Cost LUne Raltroad ('lComian at
Galneville. Florida. a staton on
a line.

b "This mater came on for hnaring
p at Galasvlle., Florida. on January
I 22. 1l8. after due notice, dated Jan-
uary 9, 108, to the Atlantic Coast
ine Raiload Company, at which
l harrng the aid railroad company ap-
peared by Mr. Mortae Riddle. Its
general asperitedelt, and a large
lmbe or f itiesl at Galnesville al&o
appeared, and the parties were
heard; and the ad Atlantic Coast
Lie railroad submitted a blue priat
wr pli t the prped chao lesIn
the depet alfresid. and the matter
wa Waben vnder advisemeat, and kM
hem de119ed h0em the Atlantice
Cost Use o amind Ciay kbma
asked or time to pWem the requl-
lto assent of the City Coell of
hmlwesill to 1erttalm fetures m as id
Im Mbabe" et yet otal"d the
appa am an that the making
m el rw mauho tet to he tneaer

Iw ore& w" te Ralad
Ciisaw-*n Ot the State of FIr-
ioa his avised is th april sbdo
a d a th -l foer the
b Lt at the depot ot tho Atlatc
Caomt Li- Railrmad Compy are ta
ovs a and eamurtiable. andthat
Iddl sm and s samn ought o abe

i e thrtmo ad therein. And we
do rde ht the ma d railrad com-
pmr aa n to cbmae aad alter
is aid depot at Galnesville In a-
ordoce with the blue print or plan
m-a by J. iua under date of
January 0, 1 and submitted by
the railrd company as aforesaid,
which tcudes bthe anaopy shown on
Madl Me prtat or pla. u It is ex-a
prely tho the front e
tra-Me to S depI t Ie made with
spare dees as that whites ad
hik may mter m. W espoee ve tft kt
department and themeelow te SeML
psate reoeme without inter.
mingling alth sash ether.
'It is further ordered that work
ea the same shall bWgin within thirty
days after the City Council of thb.
City of Galaesillle shall grant to) the
aaid railroad company the right and
priviltge 'to erect on anid over the
street In front of the d'IH)t the can-
opy shown on said plan or btluel print.
and shall be conipll-.t(d within two
months after the date of the gaild
grant of privilege
"Ordered in open *(*.- iteli at our
office In the City of TIalklhaitet. this
!6th day of May. A. I). 14.4:*.
"R. Hil'USON 11'I. ('hairmau.
"Attest: E. CO)liS. Se.crtary "


The Hlouse of Repr<'..-nitatel\e did
the right thing on Tuesday when It
passed the Doke bill. Mr. Cain hon-
estly thought he had a better uicwa-
nre. and was a good fighter for that
He bad a number of followers who
believed as he did about this bok
legislation. If the Doke bill passes
the Senate. we bellee such a good
School maa as Mr. Carn will say. If
be return two years hence, that be
unwittinaly opposed a good law Mr.
Carm. not within to delay leIltglaolln.
yesterday very promptly wlthdre.w hbl
notion to reconsider
And now as to the Seniate. Thie in
telligent mI'tlichmen who rit il Ihel
upper branch, and who watch for
what is termed bad leislatloln. will
And nothing to condrem Iin lthe luke.
bill, whibh is smillar to that of ven
tor McCreary. except that the Slenate
put a slitbl atendnient to the LAtter a
Whether he has succeeded or lost.
Mr. Carn. as well as others who are
cooking out for the best nerestsr of
the aSate. deserve. the thank of the
people la the efort they have made
to give the people relief from the
high prie heretofore paid to the
book compeals, who have bee levy
ig a eastlbues oa Florida for
years.-Tallahase News, 7th.


as wft SNOWpom
t~oeou"ode 0 f-deft

P01ft ft ft&-O df I



The Iremen truck while the boil-
era were ot-Atanta Journal.

We'd like to take an airship voyae
Just out of curioelty to see bow hlgh
up tarif schedules do reach.-Time --
Texas has shipped three trainloads
of cucumbers to Chicago. to be used.
so the Houston paragrapher Informs
us. "In doubling the population of
that city."-Tampa Tribune.

A correspondent wants to
It Is really so that certain
countlea send certain men
Legislature Just to get rid of t
two months. We refuse to 1
confldence.-Time-l 'n on.

know if
to the
them for
betray a

roe bidG olcr shz,&*Fsg
Saw of al"Cous ftw..hj,%.
clump. *Pat ..j P. b:wb~fto.
:ww 0di 1%, Ve se1dIS
L or SaOiap a lain ajlrl .
bi .epram
t.:.hlA i-* sja


St Ae--piwns Nead: *HOn. Frank
tClar. C ogress fr the second
District of PtIrdaM has n horned
tby beig skted a the orator for
the faesiy sad class f itim of the
Rtaitore rlnverslty hrbool of Law
at the commewnewmet elercleer o
Monday evening. May 31st. In Al-
haugh's Theatre. laltimore. A better
choice of an orator could not bave
been made and Congrememan Clark
will undoubtedly reflect credit upon
himself and his State."

Tamps Times: "A paroled burglar
!n N,.w York the other da wetltt and
bweged to be .dnmlttl-'d a:ialln to Iirlman
In order that he could *et a *iluarr
meal. He claimni.l that he w '* niahl,.
to get work. and had no other choice
but to go back to Jail or atarve, or
steal. re story is pretty hard to
swallow. but we seem to have heard
that men who had not been burglar-
had deliberately murdered their wives
and chlldreir and then sulcided for
want of work. The old thing Is un-
balanced and dl-Jointed somewhere."

TimelUnial: "In the schools
maintained by the State for the en-
lightenment of her children, It can.
not be well to teac a false view of
the State's history. It may be that
we are prejudiced, but t Is better to
love yar own too weD tha to accept
the prejudcee of others as facts on
wbich to btnd a futre. Whether we
ave State uiformity In school books
or t the teehiatng of fale views Is
aot to b ecoadoned ad cannot b ex-
eid. And nobody can deny that
ether by iipllatim or mslstatement.
the chMlren are made to accept views
radically tI s and entirely Inurious
as to the views and acta of their


ablhs fwrBnrU

Write lor Pric, Trms, Etc.

L C.wM siC.L
A3 Wet Bay S.
W. L. DENIHAM, Aigent

Tampa & Jacsonville ail'y

1MIoTIlV D0O. W., e0.

Lefve Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South ...................... 10: 10 a m

Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 p

Leave Gaineville for Sampeon
Lake City, Valdosta, and

City, Palatka,
all points North

6:00 pm

Returning, arrive Gaineville... ............. 9:30 p

A. L flas, Gm Sut

L E. Barker. T rae OI'r.

I El

Meo tke 1est axd ortkwest.

xDixie flyer and South Atlantic Limited.

1 if ,P.m m v. N k k~r-nv',c.
a,. on. Lv. leaon
Aa. m Ar. %I-a
6AS 0, m Ar Awl., e
10.00a. M. Ar. (hattanewwzo
3 AV. M..At r NaghilI.-
7. 0. m. AtS c Louis
80 p. M. Ar. Fwaassullc
11.45 a. a. Ar. Terroe Ha
0 I aM. Ar. Chic~a
Ar. KnoxvUll
Ar. Corbin
Ar. ichmmmd
At. Paris
Ar Leinvton
Ar Cincinnsti
Ur. Lcbanon
Ar. I Jib %A.
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Air Line



ONLY LINE < rating
.lacksniiville tc

S Per full latomtel ad
" Ay Ag* Seat d, e write
f am**fW Pa ir ApA.a J-am


i Railway


TrainsI laiily




SPaily Through Sleepers
o New Orlteans.

~0ii4L or Nrerati sell ea
S OSTON, Jr. Aim

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&= bobly~ aa& te" ft&h464
e. 8) LC bt@a ine.

am &fm g ame ft" ftwe a



Has be-n sewed wOh P s inftla S**- l srte l tl r.ntet
I today th h s a IMt U im:i I', I'nnrket.


*^ofkw APS1 Aw *Wtitw oL
P.e4 aU, Is and 51.00 P.w A ..A l' bti..af
50-1502 North So*d Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
old and Rcoosmesndd b


The Pu46mu Vbme


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CoMat Line Will Now Is Permitted
to Change Its Line from
Here South.

The rill:!t' ?I- f f : "':.
ElfI he ('I,) 'IT' rr1.1 -

h 1a '

h:i-, e tit re (, t '; I ',
Sh.aix f, of tl;. %I (' 1. I" ,
Tlih I-ill %q I! i T I '1
tl rti h i i l i I ... .

thlll ran ill IIIt 11 li 11 ; I ; II
Mlican |i > ..'lI II -h lr 1 .1 .-ll t ,ll t l' >n '
tIhe Irl'ti < t i i :lnd i I. 01i.Ll i;.
birain, h T'I iA t: lin ..i Ar. t
mitny i th fl o f track. : I ,ilt!lti i
it- I .a' a track a i -- tin- ,ri rit.
to runi tt hlirouxh .1 iat:l i 1y ,nil Aila'i,
lnte'r ,'t then' m alil li i I-'. li--'>tii
Thi. will shortn lth.' ro-te ah i'
five miless, while It will also gi'v'
them a better field to ,work fro, f ;r
all .l1 li the line of th. 1'r li v- '4 I;,'w
route the finest of hanimmk and prAi-
re lands are to be found.
Mr. Melton, who was a member of
the committee to Tallahassee. stated
Friday that the bill is now ready
for the signature of Governor Gil-1
christ and that both Drs. Montgomery
and Watkina were In Tallahassee and
would remain over for a few days
longer to urge him to sign the meas-
ure at once.

Judge Maon's Court.
The case of Jeff Simons, charged
with killing a cow belonging to Dave
Lewis and wife. was brought up for
hearing Friday. but owing to the ab-
sence of material witnesses was post-
poned until next Thursday.
A. O. Steenburg and Ed Stokes sued
out a writ of replevin for the recov-
ery of some cross-ties from the A.
C. L. railway. the' company having
purchased them from a negro who
has been operating in the Paradise
sect ion.

Itching, torturing skin eruptions.
disfigure. annoy. drive one wild.
Doan's Olntment brings quick rellef
and lasting curers. Fifty ceniit at any
drug store.




liinie of

cREtjX ddI.IrI 1N(;

oIm L sos)%

~ieIlw'tWood stove!-; awl
Rdlig !04)1EIit)ltl ti -ectioll.
FiiicA lint Whiti $pread'.,
Shcto't, Iowc 1!.4&lld 1 1,Pillow

For ms wek mWyW1we d
alksdoimcrmsto 515 Ihtsi
as moths at 813.51.

Edp COM MOMreauIt 85.45
-rsu prir 5i.5N. ga

1ring i utr u tl ly Carriage IA fl iav
~i a~ relairuW llaithnew cioss.

For Twenty-Sbc YYar

M's. LAXWror. of KA, avIspSf
wita INAlrwa/ C.,arrh A dipd t'..u


t I'FFER:il for twenty-lix yesa
ia wlh Ibladlier and ikilney troutble,1
and !wingadvised tocgive runa atrial,
I didt *s, and am thankful to say that
right I. ttl'Isof Peruna andthree I>uttlie
of Manalin entirely cured nie of that
trouble, and lami well asever."-M rs.
W. W. Lamnmter, 31 S MeAte Ave,
Louilville, Ky.
Catart Ce RIND y MAAAe.
Catarrh is a frequent ase of kid.
ney dieas.e. The pelvis of the kid-
nevs. as well as the tu'jleo, is lined
with mueious membrane, and it there-
fore anhject to catarrhat eongestioa.
Hometimes the eatarrh Is so alilht as to
can e no attention. Other rtims Itlead
up to very serious condiUonas
Any remedy capable of miUtatling
the catarrh is a much more rational
treatment than to give palliatives that
only relieve the patient of oe or mor
disagreeable symptoms.
It is claimed for PeruaA that It s as
internal systemic catarrh remedy, and
reahbe the eatarrh In whatever orgas
it happens to be located.
"I was cared of a severe attack of laI
tammation of the bowels by taking P -
runs. I am glad to recommend Peruma
to any one."-Mrs. J. J. Rroes, MI
Water tt., S9 a Antulo, Texa



SPOKANE,. Wa:h May '. -i
hana Knohept-rg. N?2 year s lf age'. 11%-
isac at ti I hird a'e Iu.-. $ ,,ukauie'. l
1i.- distnlcti-olen of tie ini the' tldeiE-% %o
num itiAho e'. Er tatleaic pale a'icviemini
0ji.- lidt.-A tat.-- di. trie-t ci here-
E 4itiz..ii"hiije jilj-e r- IlSh etc11-iro- It

I,- il ; 1 1 ti.; w t
I- 1* .011..111(t a- 11, 1., 1 bli ;s-41 f ths
I t1'1 A it IE

t r i 1'.1 ru I-, I ci' S !l'\\ I lia ut Il

1.1 1. 4 ,i. V-4 eI t
In It' i

i -, i 1 1' f 1 i 1 ]- 1 i, t, I..

lte d.i4l iq I14" .e;'l '- if l ti %l :li l t- rti
\W .t-hliingtoii. tik. i 'i luniii I tih. ,t'li.
i i, I ili r i f.


Closing Exerciaes Were Largely At.
tended During Friday.
The- cloillng exErTcihel of M I
T.-h-au' SetVotil s 'r.- held at t-
building on West Main and Ma-onlc,
str ets Friday. a lar-g crroid icing il
ait 'ndI n" to litri'..' tsle' .leTrca-
Thil a i on-' i of thi' old<'1 ,t iaiwl imst
hlhl 0h *--tal. llsh-(dl ho i.irl 1.1 F'lcrIl:i illit thle re. '. r aIllliing
;if -I t il- i ic .tl l* lire ha i le- t llil It
. i- tl:, ,ffIctial ill,. '-. ,' lic l l lt e'-
it inll a II A full aSil o'iilatt"e program of tihe
.fxerli'T lge i hl 0r aith i Ii0- of f lth
diallat i tlli .i 1 -it rs a Ill al .' ar In
It. h l-. Ut' )f Sf 1illlle4

A Living Skeleton

)Is thc final coniditirl of i ay chlld
that Iha ein u iJ if it li -s Think
of haloK onlurethliin in your stomach
that eat. all ,ou take as nourishment.
.ite" t-rUhh of the lables bWae sorms
maybrt )ours has Be certain that
it has not by givlIn It White's Cream
Vermlfuge t (pels all worms aad
is a toile for the baby. Plste hi
eats. Sold by W. M. Jobaees.
asu "Wat" adi. Wg r i.


Lakeland Writer Tells of Gartew
man's Superisewe.
The editor of The Lakeliandt Neu
mt%4#,a ttWitto Talaha'-. Pont
We'iks amo, and give,4 the feollfla ji
arceumi ncif a rt osit.'at t h. ti ;Er-
hir' roec It jtll)fin

froem Il.rtlos Sw o; tanditipt llpti iidna
to tic.' nuti e and sr% ma thf.
rights. shen a lad) In .roci- &, air.-.
hmv In ight itra-tipit tb- hari 4I4
a frio-nd est:ttand lugnnear. the K e t
xi I" l IAek at' that a.'ieae.I qo. -
p,' 1 1 a- :- I, th. q illi to; I'I-, I\4i2.

h- .!%. he i-. l..-! I ickra. r e t iti I'' lila:'
W h\ I. ilu-t til pJCEI.I ihor lire I-- is lit

*.i l' iin f(r t ait i- fnr ;- it i.< I. hiinl'
I' nd. | .t' 1 i t. i -.4 % r o h.. ,'- .tIlli
l;irl% uk it. dlE a iii* Ii at the Ii eiicefnt.
and the Itartow man. turinilg i'il'
(d-clare.d This Is no p latc' ir ii."
anld made' a hurrte'd .exit. nc\%er !:toll,
ping until he w inext morning that was to hear him
Ilartow said. And yet the' dress was
con-iB'rvatl\%e conimared with soiucn we
hae seen at similar affairs.'
To this another State pawer corn-
nrients as follows:
"This particular personification of
Bartow modesty should be reminded
of what the late Sam Jones told his
wife one morning-after having attend
ed a 'well' banquet. Mrs. Jones
wanted to know all about the dreases
worn by the women at the banquet.
and Sam replied that they had on
nothing from the table up. and he
was too much of a gentleman to look
under the table."
Now you editors quit making fun
of the ladles who are trylag to please
you and make their neighbors blue
with envy. Ret a million Hetherin-
ton didn't see one woman whose de-
collette showed off a decent figure.
Women with other than beautiful
necks and shoulders wear decollete
or directorire gowns, because the doc-
tor says their chests are too soft
or some other fool reason.
But. take the dressing business all
In all. it is to accomplish two pur-
Ipoes, the one to please the eye of
man. aild itlrh. their to uiake enviou
the heart of woman. The body cov-
ering function of the dress is a third
consideration, sometimes fart her
away than that, and then falls to
accomplih its function.- Miami Me

Rev. I. W. Williamson's Letter.
Rev. I. W. Williamson. l:untlngton.
W. Va,. writes: "I'his is to certify
tlhat I us4-d Folo'r's Kldney Re'?medy
for nc ivou exhaustion and kidney
trouble- and am free to say that it
Aill do all that you claim for It."
Foley'h Kidney Remedy has restored
h..ilth and .tre.ngth to thousands of
a% uk. run downl i eJolle'. Cont tins no
hari ful Irugs aid l i 111:t-i- a t to take.
J. %'V. M.t'llum in & Co.

A Cc-'iti-"ment.
%A -. i'4 I Ad --e ; ; r fnt)a a

'~!WI Im-rlllllf~ 1I(
f~~~~m retwe I it. I r~at le~~ice
r% it --
.. IC [' -4aurs te ir1#41 iy, e.1
at cefI, f -r I -pi: m e' iwit tha~at 1 ef urp

IlA iA_11 1 1t c1 L, I 11 F. l4 1 t11 I I t t 11,11 11t 11(h
ilc' 41014 rei t fr.-m i Iaall tt len nicti
poueU t,ir kiw I- ift-

Boya Will se Boys
And are always Igettlug scratches.
cuts,. spraiin. bruiilss. ti, rips. burns
or scalds. Don't neglect such things
-they may result serlourly If you
do. Apply Itallard's 8now Liniment
according to directions right away
and it will ralle\e the, pain and heal
thei trouble-. P'rie 2., .'.vc and $1 00.
Sold by WV. Mf Johianson

A Woman's Sgle*.
"$1r.ilii.:t' e Str.m i*t vr1 i1 **? *a ii 1j ii a ur
*lthe uIA l l. ur ifnll t i J ill clifte'.:
hL.ith' a he r ai. 1 JuLatoaV
*"I l to. I lh I. '- I' .1 'li
1i.0 1 f uhi hi-t' W i' 1.li.ita 1 ) at
tli ila0 iih< .ewri-ij.t usi.u e.ar utorrlai& e
l i.lld a f r l- a i., ii .- i 1
I i..t L .r -.i le i i ,. iifrlate ii
h.it. uiacelt W my ib .e it I aiid tllr-li-"
illt iile a i I*l bill, .%C"w l0 ,11c *t"
keeip Lh r f.,e *irni.it(ait i.a llsillte s il
rer te g 1i*'r li,.ascni ree I're.

Whether from colds., heat. etomal
or nervous troubleoa Capedise will
relive you. Itrs Iquid--PMiaeaat to
take-acuts iediately. Try I. tec.
5e sad Me at am drasg ms
oa "Wlar a t glu ril1


A Stienr r to Hit Wsav
A distinguaoied beisop of the lP m-
eopel churln. arriving late at a small
town one nilht. found th hntel ctd ld
and. hamumrtig at the door for admlb
ston. a neigh'r stck his ead out of
an acnolilnin window with. "lay
,traniter. knock like the devils* t
whikh the Idshop replikd. "I dos't
know how"

A Card
This bI to certfy that an drul>a
are authorlaed to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar tall to
cure your coub or eod. It stop the
cough, heals the lung and prevents
pneumonia and consumptilo. Coa-
talns no opiates. The genulel Is
a yellow package. J. W. MeCollum
A Co.
Hit Home.
Tommy-rPa. what is three cani
monte? Mr. Tuck' r It's the mnot el.:
bolk'al. Infernal swindle that ever a:ny,
body-er--er-ob. It's some asrt iof
gambling sme ua lthi ards I believe
Tommy.- Chicago Tribuune.

IkWitt's Little Early Risers. the
famous little liver pills, small. Lentle
and sure. Sold by all druggists.

That when you purchase Real
Estate nowadays without al
abstract you preh a 'a eat
in a beg." An ablsetr dawn
up by us will brM poat
you on tlhe Title-inorm you
of the tletail4 neeotary to
know about the property be
fore purrlhaeit. A a% ID
ImAb e. : : : : : : : :

t&i--in.-lr. Florkid.

---F. It. MYERS. Managr---

BUICKt o' 'r, ....u.. BUICK
to good m thip.


Masnic bsut

kimeak ~b

G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Croceries

Gralq, Gardeq Seed aqd Iertfltrs
Mghest makt rie paid fer ChiekeMes ELgg and et*. Pred*es.

A Caoplete stoc of Hay. Cora. Oats. our. Braa. Usel. CotI
Sed Meal ad Rye. We handle oaly the Vry Seat aed
at Lowest PrtMe. ad guara tee *intt lai al ay.

eorTI TOM 11011

6000 FOR



This Clomao b m eg ha s at Th e se or a a ebw a l d ams em.
anded with d oiOOD L NOV=JUNNETh IM, U


SWae and Jebber. 1I

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m m

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~t:~biL ~ Nay-- 3,-N,.Sal-
w Adm Iu
in at the SOm ste. Aov

~YILJ l Irr Limr~
SO 2 -Mr. Baa-
zoo so a"*m
~~ at$ emolls
VOL W AMEkch mov-

lif p.msd Mr.HBMW

~~.-- Mod lab
~& -M ud m

fag a

ft Owed
"0wo fm

- Am



bkilg ump Iktrgo Oit T,*
Mit' Cheeku-WouklTlear hi
mFac TiN 6Blod Steame .Co in
|umn mW eln BandaFg d -
Spt$SOie UshTrbtmnnts.


t" my littr hey was tw" rn m
m -Mthe oU brohe out in both
cbLUeh with o-
SRM. It was tlu
SL l watery hykind
SNod we had to
Irji4i ieep his little

f V ~- U

M I M S I slklio ldy uawsd prroa:w:- |r

F^ IO 014 t > rad fully. 1r I inpr .l ;,r (!'.'
:S *!--^ --- "l, I dout u-mlly I 1I'tG town BI
S. l a 1 mert t l aes
SI 1. Ii t t elt ad mout of Td
01011a g a* aw d M l. WM CM. oar.

I1 kMW,-L to I& 190L

.Tr&eb"Me AheU.
l I i I wus L anelectric car comblf from
-f al 0 ar II- ho S" aethem ea m day n tad out w The
S9 nmd a 16's Ye ka- -dI Iwend rr a::a ll per
i gO I to lo the tored and fully I-repart.l r t.&
me OR WhOO06, 01Strenuous life.
"Tes, I doe't usually gro 14Ito town a'l
do, this tie of t fw moruintI.' sn:d rhe
Jt I rang up my hnsband -n the
1 a1r NM "p.tee, and I heb ardh im:a e tr. e
I i III -to my that 1 wasn't in,. a nd

"----1 wI-h- TO I)
Wa wha I'm- wowa Into town fc -r." -)
I N Gisi M tao halth bA aI. le
S6 M AMItsilU a pretty lard thIag to accomplish
1114w11p0 reul0bd that whe you're blae, bilious and out of
9Ae aaa -M It puerpl sor ts There Is a sure cure for all
-_- --eMMI-- M t t"w kinds of stomach and liver complaints

I he," he sid, "a'o votd wt His Prc uioen.
0MAlteir Shode Islah d as of. The Artiat's WI.Y ita a u'I! -
an haMS do fteateribumTern." There's sine aone kno, Iag
O I d y wi2 aoo hall1o in the l adt.ko Th.%r
us hbow tw ledt L -No; It's Jilh ik It :,' ,
knock I gaeIr bhu. e.a I t jumhisa I
Id lgu.rD M-lr. ai tly, "J.d W. ,m by emisvke Lp In
be. eV 'd IWIhn twce. T he e-up
ItB-r w eaet nkermake asgoodan

1-Tf brr ftr tlu, oi kai rt,.ko-..
I o y *he a,! he nt luCASTOR IA
h uter j todealth by h oley's Honey and Tar
iw ReimS AF Itd 1 e b thst iatfll td throat dhe
me s as they twill shlt ot the
''---- ~ U~l a tr tr a~ ,rs the o
i.ng tr Uerm the Meou Impurt t

UP dOPrss theS erves, Causg horounghv-" J ('.
an exhasts and other allnts.
4maeis teday sad you will ooa In the Teils.
be Well. eMa to toabe. J W Wri p a ever sent up to a bu:'- is
3gggigg & Os&.smur
"No. ah I's clh tea t up m c. 6OMn
t f't= m-L e y' Wayup. gnls. l hu, w er In a balboa. ala"'-
ll-tt s vr wife a wcipe for r Vt.inkersi tatesma
M e111gpa fleaom clothiag? Ikklo.-
I sbold my sthe bad! She rcmve'd Iloaoreness, bronchitis and other
trw "Aots from my trouser p ',I hr at tro uble s a quickly cured b
wk oatquetasi a ltrpate b L.:: nim-ht Poey's luney and Tar as It soothe ,
~-j dand eals, the inflamed throat and,
U eY desire a clear cousplexiu. rouchial tubes and the nuo-t obotti

what everyae seeds i the\ spring t t I
Ader to p I well. J. IMcCoilluu .. i-
cLa -," 'j., .s-1 1.: 1
A NaSA. ,wat ad.s c Ia %.,i
A WaIs want Md. Sul accomplish Ii

IMg feselts

After a beavuy al. take a cou;l,
4t DIa's el let aud *git ,uI I

ay w i som.L efuleth brias *a*>
Isr puqesl of the bowels.

if u i' 4 tI. I. ul LittsI
lvoI ztt' W I I It I H' A aI .1 I a 4 %til~
*t attla buas I tItI It I %% gIea Coull fos
is, burns and brulis. and is n Im.
ally Ow d w pike. ke-fuiec ubbli
Ao& Sold by all trsuca~ta.

NOTIgC OP INTENTION TO APPLY which notice shall he read to the
POR LITTlER PATINT. meeting Iy/ the Srreftarv.
SArticle -Real --t tate The amount
o ih thti rial estate which the cororratilon
Notiee r hereby Iivesi that the nn- maY~hod w $' .*. -.* t.
dterstned Ihted to apply to His Hon- Article I-N-mes. residences and
or, J. T. Wills. Judel of the Eighth ni,'crllption of incorporation:
Judicial Ctrulit of the Stale of lor W. R. Thoir'e. Galnes lihe. Fla.. 1o
Ida, at 1tarke. 'lorlda. on the "horei.
25th day of June. Is9'. or as II. Hampton. Gainsvillle. FVi.. 1i
anra( thereafter as ve can he heard. h^rp
1r.. pr a. '.( '. it T ^ .. I 1 C
(;aiunerille Ikiead f T4t'lu ra ae riwr- shares.
I ion too ire r a .I. ti i -r 'rrifit. E. Cnnne, (; ,; ;. r:
which corlorl.nti t:.. tI ,.,- init dihl. shares.
be the Artk-le ao. .i ,.-.cilto: lee Graham. (;ahl;i illl.. Fin 1
Article 1 -Nia it, l, nnil, of .hareg.
this eorimortitn *' .'! ht *4 LINIiS W. 1. Tvylor. Gailin. ill li 1'
VILLE BOARD Or' TKAI::." harep.
Article 2 S-atir-, of Ill'ii.:' --The it. F. Wllllamson. (.ainetvllc. FVI.
olIject of this Roard of T"rade hall 10 shares.
he to fo tur. en, ourag n and dei-cvlol, H. O. McArthur. Gaaitn.vilc. Fl.t
Ithe mner ntlle and n.ai;ntf:ctuiltin- Itn lo 0harti.
teres ts of Galne.villeh ad Al.v' iia It. II. Mcy. (Tli -i:l.. Fl.I
It ornly: to s*illt'-t. (pr.-e r:. .i r'ru ha a e"-.
late useful Information Artu.er.inr Articlr 11 '?--The s atl of thi"
the city. Its trade l ,u.trlie. and ud- orl:rajion shall le a circular mnirte
vartaKges; to study the orkln: of n 'tvino'p. I raring aroutil tht' cii
the great systemnr of tr.inFjior tli'n runmfTrence the word. "(Gainc-vill.
upon which our comnnercial iad i ard of Trade." and In the centtr.
Industrial prosperity so much de. he following figures: "1'is '."
pends, and endeavor to renmely. hvy State of Florda.)
all proper means. the defects and Alache County. )
ablses therein so fa as they lnjurl- Before me. an loicer duly author.
osly affect uar Inteests: to obtals' ed to take acknowledgements. twrson-
fr and eqtutable rates of frgllbt to ally appeared W. R. Thonma, I. F
and from Galaeeville and other 'm- Hampton and T. W. Stands. and each
portant points In the county, for ve'ge acknowledged the foregolng to be hi.
tables aud fruit a well as mrchan elnune signature to the charter of
dise, .ad to prevet, if pos.lble, dis the Galnesville Board of Trade. and
crimlnation I. favor of cther cit!cs: that be signed the same for the n 'e
to secure the abatement of vexatiour and purposes therein contained and
and nmJust overcharges, and ensure epresed.
prompt settlements of damages Witness my band and official real
goods shipped. To eamorage wise. in the City of OGanesville. Forida.
n Ieedful glatiom, d OW pe t h this l1th day of May. A. n. 1.R.
2enactms t of laws which mlightIn- (Sal. W. H. ANDURSON. JR..
riousy affect our manufacturlng Notary Public. Rtate of Florida at
and commerial Interests: to atre lArgel My commission expires Aug
upoe commercial forms and regula- I 111.
tiUs; to promote Iategrity. fair deal
lag and good faith among, and adjust
sad determnle disputes and differ- .NORm V.n. rer ('Ir IPpr.
eses betwoes, business me; to In- lai Creko Ce ~ar. Ewl hUt JdkIiI Ctrerl
calcate the highest principle of boa- AhMb OmaMu. FIertli-l'ha'tNenC -
or. enquty ad business morality In rae w Cteha ein rm ea cetor. c
the community: the erection of need- Treasse a It aue Uorcreliure
ful public buildings: and the swift l l Ipenei ait prtapeaed to se M
trasportat.l and speedy and accu- tsk *v*e s el ewMthat' 'm-
rate delivery of the malls, by usinL PaJ c'aseeess aaMlol f as herslelansee.
our utmost nfluece to secure from I* d*ag rgtestlm .f to wjiae te' ort p a. ard
the general government that share f t athe*I**L *elIm T (' ( T eol sas reaiest
the natural appropriations to which ,'""- anc'am 4hI smi he defesu*sat.
Uri Iw. 111-nVaf tsi'ohel sod her Iutbaabd.
we are justly entitled; and. generally. PSl c('silw'wr. mc r cnesde o ()xrnor. (;ew-
to strive with united effort to Increa ad tbht all of aid 'eo s'raUltas
the wealth. Induatrles. Inluence. trade ,,for be ai ore th t *Pi r da: It Id
tlIr~lmfo r. trsr! ,hat -a'd so. a adet je-
and population of Gainesvlle and 'esd*** se and a re Iere br re-ainre to a -
Alechbu county. arie to e Nil or fCOMPfast fue I ma
,ame am or blon rl Maray tbeth d r Of
Article 3-Capital Stock-The Jue A D a%. sterwise e a ie a Uosa of
Amount of the capital stock of thins m l wU b se ane" 5 aore tcd by SY d-
corporation shall be Four Thousand It Is further ordered that thl orxir be petb
Dollars. which shall be divided Into lmba owe r f* w-' or fwar eoaaeeswtv
Four Hundred share., at a par value weekss The GaY eiS Sa. aenmt
-.Dow, iblisbed Is md samoe sd State.
of Tea Dollars per share. The capl- Th" r ',). IM
tal stock shall be paid for In cash. L W I. lwlwo a. C cent
fIl a. CIILVC,- M C.
Article 4-Term-The term for tar M- wf or-.
which tUls corporation ls to exist (lsal L WIKMiXS. Clirr l Coen
Is alnety-nine years. The busnlssl of "r. IL a. lo D.or toi.pl t.
this corporation shall e conducted
by the following officers, towit: a
President. Vice-President, a Secre INOTIC Or APPUCATIOW POB TAS
tz.ry and Treasurer, and a Board of DD U1 Ma SaCTION P Or CUAPTIE
Governors consisting of seven per a1. LAWS OF FlMDA.
sons, exclusive of the President and NoU is hereby ivesT sat w. i.Y ear-

Secretary-Treasurer. who shall be ex.
,offcio members of the Board of
Article 5-Officers The officers of
this i corlortion shall hold olice for
the lpriod of one year from the dat,
rf lh ir 'Ilection. and hall be elected
at an election to be held ulp'n th.
flrrt MIonda y I:n \>e'., r. A. I). I .14*
and upon the finrt Monday in NoSern-
ber of each and every year Ithereafter
The person who are t condiut the
business of thls corponrlion a-, It-
temporary o(ffrl< r. until ih.e offnlero
are elected i at Ithe i r-t rgu.al;ar *!.r
'Ion and lqualifl, d. nr :
W. R. Thonialsl. I'r.-.o.idint. T. W
*'hands. \ ire Pret. ideti. It V. II:tini
ton. 8.-lre:'( I r v r re-.i.-u r. I Lo. rit ol(
i1 (;o< i ,ra r E ('- l C a llnn n "I'. \
Slia t: a t A, I K ilnur. 11i, F'. Vill
iamn).sa. 1i II M C(r. ar'. 1.e ;Grahrim
\\'. I T"armor
Arts t. C 1 ; Ila:tlilit InIa i''i'! -,'i e
aillit'-. t 'f i:di ts dt *it'll .- or Wa li lit l to
which this corloraton can at ainy tiimcn
subject ItMslf Is Twenty-flve Thousand
Article ;--.1Meberarh ip-An cltll
zen of the Stale of Florida. in good
standing. may become a menimtwr of
thra organization. by a three fourths
vote of the members preseart and iot-
Artick .--Conatitutiou aud Ily-
Las A constitution and h) lasw-
-hall e adopted at the tfirl Imuitlnlg
After the Issuance' of charter, aind
either may be ascended at au. re-Ku-
tar nic.ting. li> tote of two-third( of
lt.e Ine.nlbwrs prellnt. after due notice
!'m urituiti. at the l|ielt



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acUoV Mat lr.. :berd e.I '. rI
eu s i a rIs.e l b.

I Oalevlll. Pirm.

weod. PrI e e of Tax "Uewaa wNo. les.
We the 3r da @ ofJ. A. A. a149
an We sai .eorti"te Is my0 o%-e
&nd Los mSue apphIatlea s for taz Lee to Ito
me In amserdasee with law. Said evrancsa
"11111brISOC, LUO f*Wwcn dwistrlbets jyey oft
satedIl n A lmsaim '., -sty. kI l4a.t Oi It-
or % *, sr', '.' 9~.-.. 4 W.~ ier"
The said-land oisu sted at 0* datw u
!.e :,&,"ancP of uci C0L&daSb 11 1s, Lbac.
,f J-hn '.uler
l, oba..l ctrtalec~t'. te %. 6.1 toe rrtCe rLfd &A
1-7,,: *':1 'A W. i x ee I % '. i-t~,i W-rrc t ur
tne I -.b.se ul outui. A. L0. A #.
%V w~ft ~r 1-114-61 l statSj.t1.eAnd '.elij tbb
the I 11tlhee el-rt(V.v A. Lx. n.
% H WlV'NviKa
lid V 'rk Cl ,sCot ('41ts A3sc'5.hwsI U'. ra a

The Sun odW* efor caillug cards


One f the meet value feature
ef sar nrvle, to eur sukeribers and
Sthe public generally., i our connect
ten with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Co'apany and the other as
elated Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands t f lmile f long
distance line In the even State in
which we operate and on addition can
connect any telephone in our lsystc,
wthl lines extemeng to any other eity
In which a Sell Telephe system is
Thee long distat,, ,.... Iare of the
me modern and Imprved costrue-
Uti and are maiained at a high
wate of eMiency. The sell system ,




IFOR .AL.. T)pv. rittr riblx>a,. both
copy and ret ord. e7 c antls each.
sun office.

FOR IALt -Corner lot lvuxl2j feet
M West Main St. LOrth and l'ous-
eary St, elxt to Jeff Keadrick.
WIl sell at a barglan and on easy
tnas. Apply at Bun oeilce.

Let a want ad. negatate a trade
for you--of something you don't need
for something you do.


The Bread. Pie and Cake you

eat should be nutrlttous. The
nest Bour, mixed wlth pure
rich milk and baked In the
"purity fashion."' make our
goods the most delicious it is
possible to produce.

Phne 16. R. T. Schafer. Pr

HA- *mi m-1

Tuer and Rebuilder

ktimate Farmirdl Promptly and All
Work Utuaranto'.

ler French PianoCo.
Lolden A Beatl



Owis the sowuutr Brook.'
vil; mad t Ocala and be-
yond; wees o uwaart, Ri-
vr; 0mat to AsLchua, flirt,,
sad WorthainitAglian %prte,
mlsu I K yand cil interv: d-

2OWNS8, PHOSPHAT0 1 i..i

restflorw a ieph eCo
Tto Lq-9istbMce SySft


epersting I verbeu"s estles of e
country, are uniform in their equip
meant and I their mwtheods of ep
Only by reas s f thi eles traeM
arrangement between the Sell To-
.. c co:npan Ies is t pesible t go to
a Lell Telephone almost anywhere.
ask for "Long Distance and be put I.
communicationn with almost any point
in the country.
This vat network of wires, radiat
ing throughout the nation, is used

daily in commerce and for scial
poses by the hanker, the farmer
citizens In all walks of life and
plant here 18 an Important link in
great shal.


Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Iffklist lip. Ausmhs blot




The Loi Distance System




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Irstelat wewsr es system.
Two fertillimr aaufactce.
Pive Sr, lasrasce ngmeces
Two livery sad food stables.
One crate and basket factory.
Ono Elks' Club read a room.
Hardwood Manufacturig Plaat
Agricultural Exrerlment Station.
Florida Winter Bible Coaference.
Five dressmakingR c-tatllhn:enit
National Odd erllaow" S&nltarlum
Three und'rt.lkitsr .fUtllAhmrno.l

Oala~evllle is conceal. 1 to he thl To of .he I-.t hotels in the 1.
Moat enterprising as we; as the most terlor.
seatlful city in the interior of Flor- Two wholesale grain and feed
Ma. It Is located In tleu very center stores.
of the State, half way bt t %.u the At- T o whole-ale grocery estabill-h
Iatic and Gulf Coast'. surrounded by mentr.
lauds of such fertility a. 1to be capable Wattr "that ha.s made Gainer ill.r
of producing a Sgi.at u.., I of ( op.s, I fai -. '"
In the h.art ,of the toI t, *rnr lg Th f' .e-t r hcie in tle i;.1:t
pho.ai, Iim te ;>il n %tal at ;, i, It Si** 'at.-s (of .?:s -.,i\ ih.
ba tilhe sl I o educatin,..l :il aitai; s A (; .-.ri, .. i.t ,l ui lo.c .I t o i,
In tl; :c ~t.te. gh l ci a; -h'. lt e* :; o, co)-t wh lt'c u Co : 'd
ed'ifi- hnlin h airv- .* ; r to ASI. i$ o, 0.
to sn of it -/ i 'i i Fl r v'..tl larga, ar. ieiters. n'ia-, li. .s .t. rter
ai.d t il -i-t 'ist co(, gr. ..i i -' h a i i i ;* r- Iprii.tv'r-. ui;tc is;nI t-I andS lj
clan.ate h h (.;lliiicn l I' .. ;l. ) f).;- ,orl n-r n gn'lui..
health a;in pi.l.au-e. A.\i i.- n i.ur..I Mr e ntiles of paved rtrets aw'd
advahtag.~ e, ('otaihli l ~ ,ri h a Itpr,-gr..:; I ranolit.i'.t sidewalks than a ny otli r
lve ai;nl .II'wi ri-i; t-opil;tm. tUll iln the interior of the State.
citltenl-hip. air. r'u to niake a bl4i An $SIb. ni court hoiute built of Ilrck
city. and stone-a btanutlful structure- and
There are nany natir.il .dttracit. s the lawns,. flonre beds. shrubtx ry,
nl clou" pro li:-ty to tt w i( I;, rolu of Confed-rate monument. etc.. surround.
which are Alacbua S.k. Paine's Ing it, make It a most attractive plc-
Prairie. the L)Dtlls Mill Iloplier, War- tre.
re'as Cave. and Lake ~.-itnan, all of ..
which are reached by ,ritate coinv.y The waat ads. do re real estate
Spring Park Stock Parm. the larget business than all other brokers coru
and finest lve stock farm In the State. blued--la fact, they "stan" most ol
18 only elght miles west of the city th, tbsaleas tat tto brke s and
and Is rea-hed by a good hard road. it k h
alordlng a most pleasant drile. -
The farmers of Alachua county, of --
which Gainesville Is the county seat. BUSINESS CARDS
Uve at home ad board at the aame
pes." The temperature very uni- a WAL
scarcely ever reachio the aloe DL OE. WA.LDO,
te aIn summer or the twenties l
water. The population of Ganesvill DESTIST-
to about eligt tbhouand. reprnseutink
mealy very matloallty oa the face _
od the earth, sad strange r I ralwaysa Gl mit Ulldla, Ist ms mr
meet with a hearty welcome. Beal aPhs S. Ales Laf t0 me.sa
The Uliversity of Florida for young
i. d t.he Na.Uo Arcultura DRL DWARD CLARK
aorleat station re located wlthio
th corporate litas of the city. In
tct. Oalaeevlle ha aso many thin DE TIT.,
ot we must be pardoned If we omlt
a few of them the followlan ea er
atls oa what l es On oraham Bullldi. ovr

Gailesvill Ha s:
One artist.
No 0aloomn
One garage.
Four botels.
Four banks.
Four dalrle,.
One foundrr.
Water works.
Teon churches.
One gas plat.
Two tin shopm.
Three bakeries.
Ten phylcia-,,.
Six fruit stores.
Two gunsmitbs.
Six restaurant.
One swtdl store.
loard of Trade.
8ix drug stores .
Four ,hoe shop'o.
State L'nl\ 'r.ity.
lauKonIc T.nipllP. ,
Tweliiv lav.ers.
Tuo paii.: nho ...
Four co ntrac(t)os.
One bic.cl' thopp
Ba-eball dtanonid.
Two it*. ft: tries.
81i nru-ic c<-hools.
():.,0 :,rt, tv -tore.
One. i;ublic library.
Two wagepn works.
Two itliu g n1 ills.
Two racks t tort.-i.
1 wo l mii.il r 'ard,.
One marble works.
Tlir.e 1 ll ,r i-miths.
T"il vioud yards.
Fise dsl.tnl roomnia
0 ;:V '\i'X,-s (< ''.' '.
Free nall delivery.
Four btt.f markets.
.light Ilarn' r iho(iw,.
Two public ?.chNools
Two niu.-l houw-e.
A telc-hon,- .v-t. m.
Two haberdla.-hris.
Two ab.tra(tc oflt, s.
VFi'r l-r.-is c'lubi.b .
Two ina. h!ine shops.
Two bottling works.
81ix boalrdii houea.s
One C'atholic church.
A military cnipany.
Three le ltIry btorvs.
One ,hochat. office.
One Chinese laundry.
One Christian church.
Two steam laundries.
Two Ad~cut churches.
One daily newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
On f.nial! ih)rlc(In.
FPl'uttn grocery stores.
Five Baptlst churches.
Three furiilture stores.
()Out' (',oil toragK plant.
0!"- A~c kly i .hpaper.
Thr, '; rold drink siandr.
4 1* ,. i '1 rtric llht i,!aut.
Thr.-r ,lacklksiilth hhuli.
STI.r.l' rafilwav )rtema.
-'; t c'is slti.h orders.
Tw j EK'pl-.ial churches.
I'nttd States land ofce.
One 4 hemriial laboratory.
Thirt-een Sunday schools.
Two ftfttriLarv surgeons.
One Presbyterlan ahurch.
Two cigar iabufactorles.
Four real cstatde ag ecle.
Volunteer fire department.
Several lumber companies.
Three Metlbdlis cburebes
A brass band organlaatlon.
Two photograph alleriea.
Two moving picture shows.
Florida Water Caastaaqa.
One mwea y camM- .e
Bgve IlLe hmi. a

aanders A rles store. Phae

DI. D.vRJ2 s. MORBas,

.. ..DENTIST....

Oes. a.em OallvW Natsftal **



.)No novr Duttom & Lb SeI
thboup 2h~n. Ualaegvlli. Fia


Omer- -n I'awn:rEl I ssi



Cab 6 'i 'iysr "!t) :rop rt, ,'a* i
pro -ied ni'1 :mlproid), ph M.hrlt ,
truebing ard farn ing lardJ. B i'nd ..;
Slist of what you trfo res '*14,r
And 'uo!ieitcr in Equiitj

Res' satae, Cooreysaning and tier
oral Praetice. All biaineai proaptly
assended to. (dlce next door to BSu
do0s. OA1NvIIvI.La. Vloaena.,

uIIAn%% I.AIk

I'm.).% I I.bN.


Practice In all Courta. State sad
Oftices Over Gainesville National
Iank. Glanesi lle. Florida.

We Ask You
to take Cardui. fo r o fewmal

6"is great lumalsIe ameo-
trboub becau-v D un tt
oul Pel you. R

eat uvedi to akmldy
oIa C la s I
cum awkb wemm.lk why ao Is
opr ?Fr b eads&% be*&&
Iwoo) I.r' d.& fa&%A I

am In Ix m "I' n



it CiT-

Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchants a Th4

Sun to Ciizen of Alachua Coty!

Each Section Gets Prizes!

Contest to Cle August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading buinem hoeis
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alaclhua county in three different seetoas. Them
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects ther-
to will be given each of thoee tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pinos
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prizes as follows: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winner of the capital priae
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemable in
cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, Daton
or Jolhn Church Pianos. In addition to this they will give a certificate good or
$25 to all other contestai.ts in the race, and will make special arrangements with any.
one to take care of their paper on all purchases of instruments at tie cash price.

The ati-n l e c ti*- Will embrace the city and suburbs and be eon-
TheI am suVN1 CU fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this disriet will le awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.

Eastern and Southern Sect l Will cmpri' territory from Fair
Easternl ad SouthUlllbanks all points east and from Ro-
chelle all po nts s oith--1Wa'lo Hlawtl.orn, Island Grove, Campville, Micanopy,
lake View. TjwIe.ic a i n all poltits 11h ng line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

Western and No rthern Section "e'ill c nll stations from
western an onfle cHague 0 to gh spring, Trenton,
W'nillnte \ Wilcox, Bell, Newlerry, Jonesvill'. Archer and all .sttlements covered
Ihv this area. .N EP l' IA N(O.

Where votes y Be Cat
How and W here to Get .Rllut boxes wir be found the establish
mtniita of the Im.ertants driving votes ad at Tbh
a SBun ol to thet Vottig Conntet pqparuta.ut of The Bea.
Votes GalLes ill@e. Florida.
The fuollowln r r..*r hants will give ou. viote
for .\'rytv v(.si I:|l tl It.t' th i't edtabllibLhm t.st for
good.i ulRich thsy h-.!tlie:
Gainesville Furni*ure Company, Furniture. Rules an Regulatons
Phifer & Morris Co., Clotning and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware. 1. The cmntest is open to anyone living la
Mr. F. T. McCormck. Milinery. Ala, huau county ho is known by the condcctore
s. M. J o r D. o of the conttt-( or vouched fur by smne reputable
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Medicine*. per-cn, to them well known.
L. C. Smith, Shoes and Jewelry. 2. '.o employee. attache. or relative of the pro
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. prl-tors of the above-named rms are eligible to
Saunders Earle, Groceries and Feed Stuff. partlclate UIa thia contmt, and will parUcipate In
City Bakery, Brcd anr Ptasry. Do manf ll'. *.
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats. 3. In the event of a mlsuaeerstuadlng between
P. V. Smith, rh Me, candidates or others Interested la thkl latest,
Crawford Davls, Livery and Sale Stables. such controversy may be referred to the eoa
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. ductors of contest, who alone are twe perar
The *ro*n House, Meals and Lodging. quaUlied to render declalos.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits, Etc. 4. In the event a eandidate decides to wit
Eddine Mgf. Co. Lumber and Building Material. &Sw from the race, such candate will ot be
alowed to transfer vots to the credit of another
Standard Fertilizer Co., Fertlliaers. ms ddat- Ia the i esta

(1.25-Thrae months' subsc

tt u-werlbervl New Submrtbrse
ription ............................ 500 votes 700 ot

$2.50-Six months' subscription ....................... 1,00 vote
$5.00--0e year's subscription ........................ 3,500 vote
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ("'"", ;.""";,,"" )... 30,000 vote
For a club of ten six-mouths' subscriptions ( ::' i."',',:)...30,000 votes

1,50 veto
4,500 vote
,000 votes
85,000 vote

lThere i- no litliit to the, Iaiiiilmer of clulm eac!i' cnite-tmtiit nmay wscure.

$1.00- On year's a riptimh ....p............. .......... 00 s t
Fr a clob of dve om-yar raburiptions ............................ ,000 vOe
For a dlb of 8 ono-year sabscriptia. ........................... .3000 es
There is no limit to the numnhr of clubs each contestant may secure.
kSllctig tr l byf rsedidats frie w itill the Sters
dis trilw a 'vtes i sd sire by the 1 prdoide

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WAN son mtohed sw Who is 610.

amwenapusi Wa "otos
`~ to r~bz Immm6 -
VW3tei' W t L Daubsha

*r I yhle gi* Sehed wil
40* I $low &b at
dw% aft sqdloocm" omma

it I)~L Oem of wat oft u
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3Id-1 be df *Iss We carry the very best In fresh
a tp 84 -M It a"I N. Md a-tm-dom-t ta to 'phoe us that
S I den rr If y a want saoe extra tee
m P. ed enteI, ycat-s. 5J. Har.d
OI. M f&nl V t b6 erybody's Iriend-Dr. ThomaI'
lW estrle Oil Camres otnache. ear-
.ms che, ere thrust. He l euts, brlises,
au Me esN lse,. Seps say pala.
t. I A -ew reach extermiaator-' Dead
t ft l l Mie the Sheot-guaratead by us. If you are
w ,4$1"1-4 i0 PO as to toubed Af t "md Shotr" do the
avvin UAM wek Asanmders & marle.
L M" T loBft yoasr r Whyw net work for yourself and get
il to- *011 is In mo- lm a pretty dre tree, for tlcketsa to the
81 ~ Ar. aEiuat 1 so$a wiU eertalaly get It
go" m* Ctl lgr Ia tum Mrs. TalMt's Basaar.
"gi t U pW 0" 6 W We wei MbM to have several
M 10 ih kmples of The Dally Sa of Marc h 3o.
IL gI- e as g, Chae, r w wrlob we wtI pay 5e a oepy for
WM- e g- M -- i er the E lrt VEe papers left at this office.
o ll N B. Altom, one of the special
i -MM 1 Mltar do set far. agents Lt the U. land oece, has
' W Wigt. They re aod returned frm Wyoming. where he
wo @be # ye free. was- alu d m a case before the U.
SCm Too i ~ ut Is t toIL eaourt regarding some Government
aMM d *foer mid. and lNaVIM& '&O
11U. L I 6 W.. dL uase. We will give coupons for our hand-
L KLi4 ft iyemerdly f some piano at this Bale. Every dol-
i m, helbn gbees a nmermNd lar you spend at this sale we will give
oh as heu--'tat hbussea matters. yon200 toupons. Anyone wanting

T. Jml Cus, a m ll mI and
oy~pg 0map 6 1or Raleigh. was
S-ftery viiltla frie ans d
am=g&i* t balkmns matte. I
WaUom Wwth keawlmg-Bm wRib-
"af SB eaoast is made fm the*
ggb m V10 i6ee, s -al telypure.
aI Ws twi as r. aM the hvor Is

We w give empom er ow had-
- -e at t- l amle. very dot-
rt spes at tbs sale we will give
youeN0 epe. Anyoe wuattin
t pltmo had better Set busy L J.

m ULL M mInS iMI
-l era S wee ri sis (er CMarw.
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tls piano bad better get Du).y 1. J.
li rkhtui.
J. W. English. one of the success-
ful truckers of Tacoma. was circulat
ing among his friends here yesterday.
He sbatia that all of the faruers ins
his section have done well the last
season and that they would all make
good from their cantaloule crop.
Dr. J. R. Benton, professor of cbem-
itary Ia the 'niverstty of Florida. left
yesterday for Jacksonvlle. Prom
that poiat be will visit various places
of interest during the summer, return-
lag to Ualaeevllle an the early I.*" t,
resume his duties at the U'nlversite
Mrs. T. M. Cauthen of Waldo, who
bha been in the city for the past few
days visilU friends. departed )ye',r
day for Palatka. where she will be
the guest of her sister for the next
few days. She was accompanied by
tis**o Marnia Strickland and Paulint


--MNPCAY N.lElIT AT M I <'l'.T<'1R-

W itll a (;raiitl ('in lo. ,,f "I'wnitt iv-i \',,i. -'

tending to go to the Easlle Minsitrre
Iwrfornance at lhi. Ilaird Moinda)
night and take hi lad) friend.- We
wish him an elujoyable e 'nulug o(nly
lwrh We t would gyt off Io go our c1-.l. .
l)r \\' YVocluni lld wifr Ilft a
I, l lu lIt I h, 11 (itutl ft' liliic Iul S il
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The growth d this Bank is proo con-

Slusive that its business is being con-

dt.te' i a marinrel ligh!y sali.faclory

0.e m- of that choice prairie
Iod beef today at Marrelds.
Claud rIemoas d Masey w ws
ViasU i ti city yeet day.
Mi L Fry t Roef ellele was
daopft Is te city yesterday.
Freah aasortmet of after-dtner
mints and chocolates. Saundersr
@l I "min'* good coffee for $1 t,
day MnWlle' & Co.. The Original Iritc
Argo salmon. large shipment Juat
receved--only 17c per can. Saun-
dews & Earle.
At Blrkbaim' Today--81elal sal-.
on 50 and c shirtl--only 3 2 cnt-
por cash only.
Capt. W. G. Shebee and Loile Iart-
!ett of High Springs were visitors to
Ite clty yesterday.
BeDkhlr's special on Clothing for
roday-Alcl eothing SA per cent die
wmat. Terms cash.
All ktads of fresh vegetables today'
at IR W. BSwmanI-215 B. Mlan
stru.t p 33 t.
reeh kit of mackerel opened to
day twr yor bemeat. Get or
mere. Salders Earle.
Mls Sale P rry of Repflke, who
Mas been vitag Mrs. 3 C. P.
tmnshe. retwm to her home yester.
J. K X y. e after spead the pt
several motha here atteding the
University. left yesterday for his

eto ItM hes and blers lr to
daes trde. Get In an early order so
s to Wet the pek' et the ettre tot.
agmuders & Earle.
Tumy Thoimpon, who has bee
vlItiL l Ids lia the city for the
past Ow days returned to hi home
at P ray yesterday.

*pale CN **oae at re~y's Tdy.
Spelads eaer ......,........ Sl.*
I po-esd re ................ 's.8
rh lt of pineapples.... ee each
Bet full cream chee-e... 2c pewr Ih.
Fany evaporated sl ales .te per Ih
Ken fresh lakerel l5c aplh'e--"
for 2.'c.
Just rt cve. n fl ': i r !*
pure apple clder. \\,Ie i., iira*'.; J.ii( *
W. P IoHSK^I" t ('t1

J. T. Shaw of it ra-,'rbura a-
Svisittor bhe r e est. rill.
At Burkhblm' TodrTia-Si.e. iLl rale
on &)o aud 6:C shlitt --oi .;, c.nt-
For cash only.
'at Graham and W I. H ertel left
yesterdayy for a shirt l:i. to \i, i;.
IIIto(l .I SllIns.
At Iturkhim'* Today-S8pecial tale
in :. and l ;:." s 1-il -c tl *t lt.
F'or cash oul..
Few dosen fresh coun-y eggs -4'
cents the dozen today. Salle y & Co'r.
Spot Cash Grocer).
Uurkbhm's Special on Clothirg for
Today-All clothing .o ier (cnt dls-
oeat. Term cash.
Just rfeiTd mew shipment canned
tomatoes. Three-pound can lc. R.
W. Bowman. Phone a32.
Frer comtry hams and. shoulders
Jst ot cold storae. Bomething ex-
trm Iacey. Try me for dinner tomor-
row. launders & E.lrle.
We have all the vegetables In sea-
sea. also the very best fresh gceer-
le. Give us that order for your Sun-
day dinner. J. 0. Harrold.
Jut received, fall and complete
line of clesslager's Saltlnes, Butter
Thins. Cracknels, Orange Wafers, etc.
valley & Co., Wall street.
There Is Iolng to be fn galore and
songs that are real bits at the Mmi-
strel Show Monday night under the
auspices f the Ocala Eales.
Earle Taylor and W. A. Stands
have oae to Worthngton to spend
a short while eajoylag the ine bath-
lag tactuties aforded, at this point.
W. T. ChMut. a merchae t e. Arre-
doodo, was In the city yesterday visit-
ing his family. He states that casta-
loupe are mow moving from his sec-
Deputy Sherif Bruton lft yester
day for Treuts and other western
poltalt haviln bees nu** ed there
a buins connected with the
herirls offle.
Lt of pretty white dre patterns
to be given away at The Baasar, be
ginning today. Every lady can have
one. These tickets will be given till
December Ist.
Mrs. L. A. Colson and daughter.
Mi Dot arrived In the city yester-
day and wll spend the next few days
here visiting the famill) of her broth-
er. J. W. liennlett.
M. D. Beal of Martin was a visitor
here yesterday. He is a former reti-
dent of Gainesville. having at one
time held a olition as salesman with
W. L. lagan C'o.
Steve Hogan of Itrooker was among
tih. titlors to tihe city yesterday.
Ilil tec-tiun is uee-ding rain very bad-
Iy and in some Ilaces the cropi, art
suletrull for the wallt of water
We will give coulllia. for our hand-
some piano at thi I sale-. Et r) diol
ltr you si|.-ud at this sale wV will gi\e"
you 2tw couplOln. AnionUe waintaini
this lano had better et-l buj i. .1.
Milss Wllie Joute of Ruchbelle was
t;tiiong the shoppers in the cliy )yeter
day She was accompanied by her
,te'er. Mrs. P. A. Robinson. of Worth
lngton Springs. who has been there
ftr the Iast few weeks littlng the
ltni il).
It is rumored around town that a
certain well-known young uian is I n-

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LOST--On Seminary law n. E. Church
street. Friday afternoon, lady's gold
watch with gold fob. Words "To
Laura From Father-June C. 196.'"
engraved nl back of watch. Finder
return to Mrs. 8. A. Ledbetter and
recetre reward.

FOR RENT-One six-room and two
ve room cottages In South Gaines
ville. Apply to Cotan Factory office
FOR RLENT-Fve-room cottage
Mock mext to square; city water,
electric light, bat room and all
modern converlees. Apply at this

'OR SALE-New six-room two-story
bouse lthibn two blocks of square.
Apply 407 W. Masoatc street.
FOR SAI.E-Beautiful white stotn-
lined refrigerator which hat only
btwn used two weeks. Cal(iacity. I~O
pounds of lee. Only reason for sell-
lug is on account of size. Mrs. D.
G. Ed ward&.
Mr. J. G. Alvarez. having retired on
account of ill health, the store
building and Sea Island cotton gin-
nrv occupied and operated by him
at ;.arke. Fla.. for thirty years are.'
now offered for sale or k-lea on
favorable terms. Hulldinug consist
of store 3:x100 feet, two stories. lo-
cated in the heart of the business
district, and a two-itory brick gin
bouse on same lot .'oi fe-t from
store. Machinery conliSts of olni
gasoline engine. t wo liit double
roller Sea Island cotton gin... ole
grist mill. one rice huller. Il)draulic
pumnp and cotton press. Electric
lights and water works throughout
gin houI.- and store. Starke in a
Ipromiwrouhs and growing town of
l.'.o, inhabitants. well located a a
cotton market and is the trade ce-n-
't r of the great Itradford county
strawberry industry. Fine opipor-
tenlty for a supply merchant and
cotton buyer. No conwll.itioti. AI,
ply to Paul E. Canova, Starke. Fla.
hood. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded: 0c per bottle
old by W. M. Jobnos.

R) IatH in t outr -.-ioi rpairn.I ,by
I11I tcoill' ., tiw gneat Lor1.4,11if
Mtake r. Will i x ,,h-u in -.'*' di
e 1.l1l )oi wasit-free of cllart. ii nol
i,,factory. oik.- .
Sbo- neat door to u Usi'ub. ILV Plw

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Automnlile k'vev W. l'err & V lal's
except Suunila at 10)::) n. letur
eiav-, Newlherry at 2::01 p. ni. A

Fare $1.650

At Mrs. IMCormick's Millinery Par.
lers. Wst ide Court Heee
quare, Gaineville, Florida.

A rcoidilet ad tIandlmw "ourw* of it.trre
Ilo a In b Art of Mll, er, llss s lsl s *Ui
taught by MrM. MeCorwiek. who b, a rrldusal
Is Malftrry Art r'eles ci'oure rin fr1o
two Lo tree mont ,-. aSl rpamoneb.e Pr
Iertiulars rcllr emor amr d MMr T UV-
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BuDgies, Wapns
maM Tai
lervite ,tiiaMrpiAur I in tlt. lively lin*.
Better Iry it on earnl qtumtnion--
naIcmt complete andl up-to-dlate srtaI
inl tltw WIth.

Davis & Oliver

The awake pmer rad the wa
Mad. every ay-ad ewers some
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