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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 30, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01682
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAI' 30, 19H)9


TEN CANTO A WINK


EFFECT OF PROTECTION



UPON THE WAGE-EARNER


Statiss Shw Vst Deree Between Wages i

rmtactedd i pected IeMdris.


WASHINGTON. May 29. The an-
mual wage of the average employee in
the protected ndustries of the coun-
try is $468. The annual wage of the
average employee In unprotected In-
dustries Ia $542. Industries receiving
o beheats from a tariff pay their
employee $74 more annually than those
receiving protection!
This is the way Government sta-
thsticl answer the contention of Re-
fpubleans that high protection is a
system devised to "protect" the wages
of the American worklngman.
The Igurem cited are based on sta-
tistics from the census of 1905. and
taken from a table giving the "aver-
age umber of wage earners and
wages of employee in manufactures
In the United States. grouped in con-
formity with the tariff of 1897; In-
cluding articles classified under Sec-
tiomn and the free list."
Any school boy or girl. by referring
to the table. may answer the argu-
ment of the protectionist. For In-
stance, the table referred to show
there are 4.9%1.1 6,44 elraonis employ-ed
tn Industries the Irol.:rct- ( \\ hi'
are protected by tarff dutie.- Tlhe
total wage of this army of waolklng
people is $2.331.9:!..51h. annually. li-
vide the total wage by the number of
employes and you have the average
annual age of thl, eniplo.ye ot the
I I te'(ted industry $461(.
'he table s lho i there are 2'1,.4-l.,
I rs~onn e'mplo,,yeld In industries In th
t ted States thle Jprenlucts of ahichi
L not prolete't i 1lI t;ir:ff di ti -.
"I an ua l pa' roll i tlihe .' 4".,,-
I" ;. i $ I :s ".l~~." '. li .idI 1.:o .
4 I.io I ..1 ''4. c.. ;lald I li I. It.
R:A!ilil W ge*' of tile i :i i' e'iiaile e-
.L 1 1' i1i| ')tI'tr (te d i t l; 1 :.-tr Ir $ -'
!i illh.-t rat.,ini r 1 i t I 'n \o\ llI .
I .;i I'rotee'tiemi I I i u A ri
t .tit latto re'r iai:\ I ;.,' '
it O w ll, (ii i ,i i. !,* 1, 1" ,
t ei;ig. Il l ittU-I ,.. i, :
ihc all tl tihf gre ,atl l 1 I.' f I ; ., -I
l' at The (te' I lilll-I t Ia ,.- '
S. e' mn o t hill. r. :. in t '.
i l prohibionr. d t:. e -I 'I .il
-t. 'I lproduct.- h>ia\e einalth-ld thll' ni i
i.:., a Iturer of .stu-t'I to make' I alulnius
I. lines. If Ithll' a;tg aq' 11(d e' llilt hlo-m I
(',t e lplo. e- *' at tI i ildllt -l o t a,
( Iling to lhe ."ilto-ilt c! Iptl I :. ,
Kii 'i it|.s prodiluct, ; l iin, 'i I' i i
friet'ids of protl'tinmi. uoarkinL n,11 i :
I'it hburg shoiild Iiev umid- lltac.s (il a

flow the' high. pIrotI eted l ic III


statistics are available. They num.
her in all 17.340. or three workers
out of four in the whole force. To-
gether. they represent more than
twenty distinct nationalities, most of
which la turn embrace from three to
twenty racial or lingual subdivisions.
Considering only the predominant
elements, we nad that these arrange
themselves Into two Juxtaposed
groups: On one side. fourteen
thousand Austrians. Hungarians. Ital-
iana, and Russians. whom we may
designate as Southerners; on the
other side, three thousand two hun-
dred from the British Islands. Germ-
any, Sweden. and Prance. whom we
may call Northerners. Among every
hundred of the former, there are 82
unskilled. 15 semi-skilled, and only
3 skilled workers. Out of every hun-
dred Northerners 32 are unskilled.
31 semi-skilled, and not less than 37
skilled. More than one-half of the


Southerners do
while only three
dred Northerners
Ipd. Two-thirds
naturalized, while
Southerners haue
of citizenthipl.
SFigure.- show
erx are going out


not speak Engllsh.
out of every hun-
are thus handicap-
of the latter are
one tenth of the
acquired the right,

that the Northern
as are the white'


nat ives 'f tatlie pa rentaxe-a-nd
their iplaccs are t iing taken In con-
stantly increasing degree by the'
Southerners. It is with the'e that
tih. future of I'tt )hrg seems to lie.
"i1'. 1t a rkc tI fo'irtee.in and fix
t*e'en hours n Il..,\ i:i Iteir n:iatki c(usi-
trice. iand Iha'inig ln.ot I aid from 2.
tol .1 ('. i c*'. fr ,suc h %l .ery. the.
:4 PitL ,. eri ,'r- thliik little oIif elo rkiiii:
t\ .*'ie' li.tir- :t l aitl lind ;i a t rI i:,i.
ill $2 lthu ea,,rli.,id T', lh i-E1:9ll-11
-i n|ie'llia lg I I h -e fti ne a ll a h lit mr ,
pre iuiatiil e lal I it llii and stratimt
uw;- :ir. Jii-' Illlcki.-' -dumb. dlull
filrin i.i tin te .-. -, ~im t i'. I i ttli c, ii
'* 1111.1 l l \ It ('.l .l |ll n li \ I1 l
r ila ic If1l i .....i ia i \' 1it
ric th* \ 1.1 its I, r Ii \* .ii l'l t'~
\' r' L*'I l- w Itl I i ti I \\'1.' r-a\ r tha,
I i I r lini] c ieo lit 'is tm IteIs h i r or
wav.- t1M4 lacw tIl' H'.inkie- ;' 'la
.it-' II % ETer\i ah lti :\. : al t. e tac-%a
k.-lt ;1t Ih Itieottiia1 a- .cr The' awor, t
jeot,.. girod oiutlI thi -, j. r< flor I lihui
lliit -till tla '. are, ( eitniag t iii v ee r
rreat er Iiii n ili .-r-. andi l I iloc, do'
gre'r-s they uarte pu-hiK ilupward -
hteadily,. l in-s itablyl a- fate. ite-lf
.Anid the clatter of their uinittclli-
gilei tongues. the fte. and -ever


duet r) rvausly lartyt. tt,- Aniticr ati .a er. r l' aaglsih rqwakii ig tore-mvila aziel
s rkiucgmnaz n s cis it e III ia ime ,. skilled orke-rpI fee-.I al c.loti.'eei&A a
Imranner In the' April Isiulmr (if The' light homip.' Anid thli chapin tootta4'ii1
World's Work. .e'vr rmt o iztere'"t i hostile casts of worker se rve-s. bb
ed in the a-ubpct bbhouId read this. I the'%a)i, to make unionhovis additional
art' It. which 6 .b) Edwiu lijurkinma l lnjen1%ie,
TI.. stall .tics cited areI uII to u i. Therer ue..d to Im- big ionay fur
the a rkr. a%%ho i handled trona anid
The (aruegle'Steel ('omaii a' t. .1 Iti a r 14i I'.r?. the cuttim
,., jikcina kii. emeea~saleecult iecii- 4f'A a~ig~c. hasI,.-6- I ucIt g iig 01. MANti11t
ti ave e theoue'azeel %kmcit, i aa e1i.e,% it, za-# Ili, 104.. cA)rkser.
1 1 Illl e.-.ak. I-- Ithan I~eI?1c A! llt Ill, aceip-11
ilW;' m tlag tie e a I( I, T i a.11 t a' t. f" 0 it 1. I',.rv lcta.dtiee1 acci ce r tit


Bill for Relief of Public



Schools Passes Legislature


AYDAY ESn PEOPLE PREVENT PRO-
WUS 0 sumr, r


'ThIe ita i th ad lertine-d .cs e l t If
M r\ A I., d ib 1 r iUsa i n thie cl,\ o
I' I 11 I I, t e It i foilun d slid I t 1 ,
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GRESS OF GEORGIA TRAIN


NM r Was 1uM d TMN.

Fealor w Mg m vWmMIm ft


HANDSOME SUM REALIZED FOR
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.

May-Pole Dane and Baby *Sho Die-
tiectivO Features and Attract
Large Crowd.

The Itaby Show and May Pestlval
which was gives Frday afternoon. on
the Seminary laws, *as a great sue-
cess in every way. and a large rum-
about S o--as made for the Library.
The May-pole dance was a special
feature of eaertanment. in which
twelve little girls participated. These
were voted on, Ba the evening. ad
little Miss Marie DePas was elected
Queen of the May Fe~tival by a large
majority. She is the lovely eight-
year-old daughter of Dr. sad Mrs. M.
H. DePass.
Uttle MiNe Martha Lee McKastry,
age three months, the eauttial
daughter of Mrs. Robert MeKlastry.
was awarded the priae. a little silver
spoon. for being the prettiest and
most popular young lady in Gaines-
ville. Miss Margaret Wade Ledbetter.
age 19 mouths, was a very close sec
ond. and was awarded brst praise for
the prettiest decorated carriage. Thih
little brunette beauty was dressed
\cry becomingly a a Japanee hl-
luono, with Japanese paraol over her.
and her carriage was decorated In
red chrysanthemums and poppies to
carry out the color scheme. The prile
was a handsome little rocking chair.
The young man under two years
who recciled first honor. was Master
.I. Maxey l~1ll. who has loni sine,
i ,en recognized as one of the hand
sonieMt boys In Florida The I rixl
wali to(, gold I'in.
In the li hehr c('oite,;t the children
S*wi .:a t. o ailtd flour ears of age
the Kirl' ip ize i I tou i-a tiful little
Vat. Kiula:tld. a id the I l0)' prize.
i pretty ilel'r (tip.l as awarded
lt-te I- 'kd l .iham a 'ie r alth his lo)eli
l iti l cn t.irl ;llia l I,*'- ittiful el 's.
Tl; re ur, about fity babies ii
1 I h\ Ma i sho)w arid all wl ui' 1c\cl\
;iG '. ',, I .1 ji1 ;Iit '.,( lit d & i. ,l :i;!
1,0 ; l.,1 1 kat I 7 M I.lj. a1.0 l111 L
;:(tt I'ul1 Ii e I '# i -n i o .t M ali-te rN F '-il
i I l m in Tillul i tlli,' Mit
i.. r .1. k l;(t t r nd
,r, r, \1I '.i. in. lF.ddt,. S. alrli
'.l til (I l-I'ai Jnlia lHd aarils. E: tha*r
li It.nll l.i 1.i e \,-)11 a .ianJ .iNrl ,arel
l.~la l i All tIh *e' arer I ln th iel. :
;1age tWo to four yearr.
In the sniallhr Iablies class. Iaclial
mention should tw glven the hand
some n on of Mrr F. T. McCormick
Master Raiford, the lovely little.
daughters of Mrs. Loog and Mrs.
IlRighton al'ho IMl Margaret White.
liali. illaJIM)II Master Julian
lsroi ,i.i ()OlII IAGrande. Richard
\\a ic-l. and others
Ik)llci.,lpr lenonade was served b)
.Ml Jua k lhiil,>. and Ice crcrua amnd
rake sa- als, se-rved, aehich aldd-di
Kre.ill- t tihe.' l joynmetl of the afuer
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Senate Had Busy Session;



Many Measures Passed


TAI.I.AllASaSH:E. May 2. -With
li* Ipa cr.tKe of the ('one State unRi
,ormitiofl t lext lIiks bill. the Will
Iluaiu o.Mlter bill sand nineteen other
measures and the killing of three. the
Senate put In a busy day yesterday.


of school test-books came up. aes'
tor McCreary opposed the mesm
;miId 'ret%'ntedd telegrams from oaed
Southern educators agalnat saeh a
plan.
ieator Co(e spoke for the Mil tlr


In the' morning an effort to rnmcs- a few minutes.
hider the vote by which the Uover- The bill was passed 17 to. .
inor's -to of the Jobunon lasurance Amnag the Mils tIm akesp third
hill was sustained, failed. A consti- reading wre the following:
tutiuunal olunt was raised relative to seas" Bill No. 167. by Humpo- ri
such a recoinsideratilc and was sUo- -Problbnth al e, gift or djspeal a
rattle liquor on Seaday. Lot 19 to L. The
The Senate spent a busy day ad bill was intended to tregthe prie
little time sam taken up with debate, -nt laws. but e was klld by -amend
the soot of the day being devoted n mount while on ooemMd readia.
'o a hard grtnd. H.euate 111ll No. 174-Relatita to lh*
\then Senate 111ll No. 310. b) Mr -
C'ci' ,reidlun for State* uniformity (Conti ald oA Fa MI.)



Governor's Special Mes-



sage on Abraham Lincoln


I 1.1. A t11i S : M1.. i ,,. I htl I aid thail 4liAung lthet-e linay
a i .ailc lin I le.i I. i lr, lloihl],. e |.< lic. mama.*l io*a c < (; <',/15 '" V'V hllig tmu,
'. it,. I. l .. ..i 'iT. i('c ,, l .t I.1 al A l i tiUIa I.lu, 'ohl
aJ. I.. ac1. 1.'AI. a the maeia iall i fi l e- irol -
i : f i, I.., ,,i ii .. .%1 .! A |l," .MAhl b I :ti, i i t s.f t ltlrlh-
| .. e I I t..ha .1 e. .,( .\ .-'& *ila ,. ia ei l.,i liaie-, Iby
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ATLANTA, May 29.--The rst vi which passed 1
leace to railroad property I the day, exettan
Georgia Treme's strike occurred -as.
last iaght to a movig freight at L Aboat two Ib
thboal. Oa.. aad the race situatie to at the satesm
owasequece loomed more sharply pled to the a
than ever over the asituatim. oAdffl amy.
A aegro iremam was ap-remtly the tag -ider wai
cause of the trouble and he was rmu- aeb wlAdow M
ed to Atlanta In a estae to save lag. Next. aa
hip from what his engineer. at least. m boarded tl
believed was a threatening aituatkm. cutting of tmh
The trouble started In the throwlg ear to break
of one or two tMoue and the boarding and ally t
of the freight by men who set the leaving its t
brakes and broke it into three ee- to the ralrU
lions. seaI G a a I
To such a pitch was pble ic ite tes to later
meat stirred up by the affair that of- the train.
Beial forces gave the moat esllu.t- I5W
Ing verstos of t The railroad of- t
fcers declared that It was the work
,dais ber --UI
of strike sympathisers. while a oms-was
ty official wired the Goveraor's ofce u a
that It war merely an a~deM he It st d
The engine left here lae l the af-* tm a I
ternoon for Uthoala ader an ar- the g
ragemeat between Sherift Morrisa 1 port a
Dekalb county aad the railroad swaed up
officials. to bring a train load of Just -
ierishable provisions from the idinlg strd
at Uthosla Into Atlanta. Assuranes ot avee
have been gives the railroad for sev-
eral days that in the Interest of lo- ..
"Ry arrangn
cal shippers whole valuable ears were i of IDkal| e
tied up and suffering los by the ed to ra to
strike no demomntratlon would d be ars of
made against hauling these cars to lIrshable. to
Atlanta. When, however, the engine Atlanta and
frou Atlanta Iulled into Uthonia deAst-ations I
alout dusk. It was seen to carry a
negro fire-nan. as did the mall trains I (CoMtinue





















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i The seond day's aeso of the
Saints Pc Baptist Amsseo tloa was
'*cld4 lSatrday at the irst Blaptist
churhb. tesid e qte a nOamter of
4deegates
Cbhurchebe the distrtit are repro-
senteIl as follows: Camipill0*. John
Parker. N. C. McRny. Ed'n. J M.
Nobles. Hamptoo. S. M. Rowe. B
I. Gr";e Hawthor. Im3. Rile. R M
C. Sh.'mam. Mrs. a T;owsed: ; -
Crow. WW.D. Vlasmat Ocbwill. J.
N. Dpvelmw: Roebelle. J P. Rolltas.
Mis Eva Rorlam; Waldo. .B r.e.G
J. J. Hk* 0. M. D@ea. Mrs. Mande
Jebas. Other d'l- are expectl
ed before the lose o the meetlag
The mern s es Jevoe
priomlp y to S. i1e mias e
"CuM Tsraolts tI m .. -and tdm
T. C A. mnd as s m letl witt
the ehare, ea- wVta a serr m
broe Rev. P. M. Jesa t 1 o'edr
The commMase sseg1d to the v&
rlmrs amlseio eo t iataptlt
Caret mdo their reports to the at-
teras, whIeb were Ighly I
eIsW. Md tL e Im -s -m- 1 -li-
wi hal mr lo by Rev. P.am
The a nei wo emy toty amd
the iat se1me w> Ohe prep hed by
Rev. J. t. Bermad. wbh ill also
be gives as a memMral serve to
fte or. A.

AT THE CHUtCNeS TODAY.

sbeem sPe se.. wase.Jniob B. a.
I3d aGM Mnor Will D Hod t All
Serves will Le obtered at the
PvarT l charchbe of the city today as
follows:
IrIt Irhtist Currch. Rev. S. .
lgol-uady mbo :30 a .


the general public. Junior B. y. P. .
1:30 and Senior ai. Y. P. r. 4: 4.
Preachb l again In the evenlla by
Rev. Bernard.
First Presbhtt*rian Church. R.v. T.


subject "-The Prise of P, .ronal Per-
ftelltoc.
Advent Christian Church. Eld.r .I
T. Johnson--i'r achartg at 11 a L,
and 7:4,7 p m S.ubJtct for n ,rTli
"The Attuonrni u and the Thr.. S&;
vationa b. Ecvnilu. Th,' T. h Tl ,.4' r.-
quest. and their Sa:cr' I. l Yig
peopleatr nhr-ting at 7 ,. IIi. Hurniay
srho l I,, a II,
First .Mlothdlipt Churi h. fIt F It
Ilridl.s -- Sunday ,'ho,,l :;,, r i
Preachinl at 1, to 1 t El,
worth I .lagu. at g3 ::, t i, I
Htoly Trinity (Chirch. I(. F II
('raighill %VhitIAIa3 I l 1II 0,,1
union 7 a. ni .lortiong lrai. r
litany and trmollnlor 1, .:, oa rn .' r-
da) school I p. M. E nLin Ia-' ar
and ermaon 7 ::'. o. m.
St Patricrk' ('athlic ('hturch, l.%
P J.J. Lynch--Ma 1sil he heldh at to
a. m. Devotion of the ioly RoHary
at 4 p mn
TeysWill So Sy.|
And are always letting srratchlr.
cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns
or scalds. Dbo't neglect such things
-bthey may result seriously If you
do. Apply ltrllard's 8now Liniment
according to directions right away
and It will relieve the paln and heal
theb trouble. Price Z5e. 50c and 61.00
SLold by W. M. John.oa
The Wile.n Store.
The WIIou Blur. a lno i..- a
iaunliwr of sipeL'ial fIr .Mllandt. a.l,
Tueadai) seillug in l a gIa ad ti
This issue' Tlli is cue' ot si,. iio..,
Iplular iand ,ll ltr ,, r. i, i dr i
ida aEM IM ali,. b lslat 1i,, I,..tr ,.l t,,


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ISTHI S. BJORDAN


W. W. HAMITOZI.


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


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GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


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Ie a sacism uop shelf dfr ig dinh and fk Iaepln food wam
dr ie i cooked. Alo has drop shev for holding
mall s~- mik ad is Sfd with nrcks for towels. No
Mr mvappmOchw the "New Perfecti" m convei.
s, ominson ad pny.
Made i th e mMs Cm be lad with or withoa
Cab Top. A yAor dyLw W, air ow r omewsaw

TshJ~ lleI a meMr dalt Imp
N sIoain wwpowe.
b** S Lih Iob MIviag -, seem II
3mm ie ic yaro rteurii wilte our smrtes fag.y






BURGLARS


'MS I- -n -
g g! ff *a lBl^i


m NMoIe aiwig of TisT am .
NIl the ti Ay r eswday d will
se tl e m da ers a re evtselsg

W. J. was of VarOa mala. m ao
S0 on" s set 1l0es.m
un W -g busimies It the cly
posoadr ad moetlg hiss ru

S. 0. wy a of Na*we~. deputy
dshrIWf fro that plae. was am
ce viter hre yesterday. He
Ie that everythbg hI very quiet
Ia T el tof Arer was the
dAy yaory. eHo -a that the
Arer Crate ard Beket Coppaay.
Swbeb ie Il the maer, are do-
Ie m eaeive at businel anrod
are shippln tbir goods to all e.e-

0. A. Beall ad family, who have
bue making almtaivUle their bome-
hf the pat several months. will re-
*mee he coming week to Armntrcus.
h., which place they will, make


WL


CIAL To ALL uwv

ON* *W fsftad Vii tWPW Tha
@vqumItien, W1 s 0h
Srrte~eM


THE DUTTON BANK



COOK AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
F. RP. 11YER.'. MSana r---


S : .n:- -'... I,.r i arB U ICe
BUICK BUICKons


S-M theM t aer bia home, It wlang nearer ,to
OA TIO DAVL I the l Ibe e of Mr. Beach.
Cmmeader.
1a r- .o. "* E T i FAT

s 9i io i d rue- Mm Hold It where it s., or take off
i lio WOala fte L A. To can do either without dis-
a te mmi Ito -- l arr. turbim your' neals or your ea.u or
wm i fu rnsf Ue ina dik gestLive organs. You can do
r#M ;$$1 i km al wM ithl t physical rik. Ina tal effort
dt e M SC N a r oal r- dar of( a wrinkle. Mounds well.
ia )I Iobut theIse are words only." you say.
a -V- aT 4Pm may w ta d Tree, but *there is a nation full of
S -,0- do 8 &. C Tea Itad morer of tLhee words, so yuur pro
.m to W)M aolnow try M eo- while natural. is fee-ble. Pir*e
S hobe hlnd am te It. Write to the Marmola 'oaup)ay.
Ma te f the 4 e at 9I.. U ept. t4. Detrott. Mikb.. inkling 7.
M SP. MUi TRVY JR. oent. or. bw, tter still take that
SYio-al sMMt over to your drugist Sand g*et
S ... ne of the extra large caae of Mar
Sa U .. o l Precriptiot Tablets. You will
Sad It esIerously SUed. Take one
S1 & A. 1 to aWed after meNa s and "t be time. and with-
r a as. rim "1 In me 8ia thirty days you should be losing
S mti im at a i POMud of fat a day. without disturb-
i aat 1: ue. aes we said. of either your meals.
4ViiuiiII~aw "we U'amto Aa-tlbMts or gias. Part is. these tate-
ii mb them is "" n ms ts anre mbt to be denied. for the.
St metryto "it bet are oa exact duplicate of the
*I IWL ~W"ea o f M IIl saseis ifat-reducelag Marmcla Pre
rf sPtcriptiog: Oe-baif oulrc, Marmola.
I Is wr I rll lstd tat all ouaw Frluid ICtract ('ascara Aro
"b h i Am pill y do m atic and 3s ounces I',|,,- rlmint,
I d thWs eirm M Fur oWatIer. which any drullist will I(t.
wrho d I tos I to th ooaimtryw you Is the World's Fair inm.dal l*nu'r
te wI he aoi ei wakia om i its class.
S. iarth Mi* o the a4We at I --
A *l. J., L.IUAI Isn't there something which only a
Praldeat. wai.t ad. ca do for you today?


______________________ -


NEPAI'lR W iWK AND st~'I'I'IA ES


1tmik fiur g.imil le alK.1111, %b# 11 IOp
qlutite Inev.'s


sll" Onia C A)b u, i mu flant
Ab eU'mm url e e. ,'rsveuu' AWS It a'arll It do.'its Imit
SM ~ MWOr*a. fl wMe you feWl bttttr ( yii, .:.. .rtknLXt. Thacrtv
ath I'vw o r 9msh trul. Is m* a drop~ of jJ...vhi a: ', ..L Sti; ~j', cvtn ~fl
OW byM O q & Trust Im fully *.,I'...


I


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


MMMEN
MMUMN


MUchs or yer smplem
We &rpm&wpm. barI" a cO
dmmisstablm akitchm M WY
sobitppm~frdkw bOl daTO
wm turnsCome.
Ask your ealer to aww th
New Nualc Wkk Inia
FlmOil CmkStotme JIga

Dow mr d your tig
Ianmp iem pv r wv; ; but
ha this g advntage oaer its
that it never bwa the kidies.
Tb. CABINET TOP i
admir Sm,. ol the


Pail


-IL ---


~rrurr r

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T lAI% II-. LLL PMlYIDA. )AY .A11 9 19


- I


LkaakA m ak a aAd& aa a afAeAftAskA


AN.xCUNOE FO


MONDAY


and


TUESDAY


Per Cent


Other Lots in the Department at Even

Greater Reductions


060-.-- 666-,00wesomom-...4w


IAU NTS ARE NOW
PIACTKIN6 DAIT

CAPTAIN SANDY GRAHAM PUT.
TING THE BOYS THROUGH.

Will Have Another Big Practice of all
Men Here on Moday Afternen.
at the Ball Park.


scm cLsES ITS
1TBTTIFni TEAR

ALL MEMBERS BOARD OF VISIT-
ORI PRESENT AT EXIRCISCE

Medals Awarded to Three of the
Young Lady Students for Their
Faithful Work.


Captain "Pat" Graham has been The thirty lfth year of Miss Te-
o,; t three days during the pat week I Hau's School cleed Friday. May
v *i his baseball timber getting them 2'Mh. with appropriate exercises.
S .netd up aind In good working Tte school was made happy by the
,. r. pre.-ence cf the -ntire board of visit-
.'** next big practice' will come off or. appointed by the I)ocesan Council.
a 1te baIll lot on .SmJ.u.Ja' aft.raoon and the many patrons, who expressed
a. he wits all ,of the pl.iaer-- to iplea.ii: r at the advalt-eiicient of the
* out awll take- a hl.:awnl i.. ht l i!ulil-. alnd tlhe' ltte'r r'* e, t i...5
t: crat.le. for It will not onilt do thib .l delllghted wheni tlbh Ilihop 'ouil l
i :1. lut will put lifi into the, work uiLentedt thliui on their distinctly sliak-
o; II e rtiegulal r i n thatii will I*' u-c c inlg. and correc(-t pronunciation of Eng-
d. r;iig the comiilngi r .i. Is'
(tilly a short while inov r.n-,in Three u,.dalr. thiell birthday ring-
bI :ore. lir tha- w ill c- nlillelli' In I and nian% IH'tautiful lmmkk were' award
Itl,: th (;iii > of t! I .;r ,: '"FlI .d to those lm I,iil'- C(oliAlu K up tU the
Idai. and the fact thl.t tlhet :ire it standard r'clquirtid by th.- .cho~yl
re ;aly Ila) ing niatch igalili- silho There- ,re. plre,-nlted by lI-ho.
Ih.i: mw. are' little late. it .Maitnau'-r \'We.d in hbib own hailp. way. and his
I' Ia. a .. sA.iI ,. ill '"b -. tlih.r- K<(M J rIidh r,. I thI 14 .p, 4lil.- at1-
wi liin we" do aInnounce ready i1* IAl.a-i ;1i ll 'ti. t -
t;:i;..- that heI has already made a FollowiiiK aret tihe Inaint, of thi
.* ion f the I- tean to l" Uze'd lth' atudelits recelivliiK pri .lJuialltA
C('4j..lllK heaM nl. Ibut us hi. corr-laonld- |IM\L., gold meudal Irene. IMIK,. gold
4i.' 1, hasbe twin- hieasy with very de- medal; Emily Davis. gold medal.
.i! ,'I,. men,. heI ,iay' Ibe ilndiid Ito Itirthday rings we're awarded to
"tifke o1n" ronle' of thtlu whlt 'I tihe' Mar) Cannonl. Kate ('.llatt anld Kate'
cll.. recall. wlarlll ulp alld oni.- IauiKhtry
it ii K *tI "to doili looks to Dorothy Smith. Annie Mc-
(icla and Orlando have. already Kinstry. Hobbon C(one,. Iarr) Merch
goI, to work. uals I'Palatka, but he ant. Polly JIDauhtry. ('arnlen e'rnalln
ls cof the opinion that our nr.t ganie *l,.. Eninma I.. Iludonm,. Martha TiLM)n
will Inot occUur before about the 1,sth Katherine Hallke and ludle Flewellyn
of .Innci. unless it i sotie minor T1he' l pupils named below tand
gatii, with small placetr.. abose tbhe aerage A. J Coneu
George Merchant, II. Touney, 1. Med
The SBn o e tfor caliag yards. lini. Frank Fernandezx. Williamll HUi.


YOU CA SAVE MONET


14 II Nth el o 1401 -1
AI .mrr %%it mA m'. 4'I.4 ii .ii it It It"',
Si *)..c& %.uait-frei.'.' .1 it ;l14011*att-
i-lAia 1.00) k -'.' 04lN
1.0 at 1;ti,01 tu I J 4 UL.t, --t rr ~

-- MRS. McCORMICK'S-
MIWNERI ART SCHOOL!


At Mrs. McCormick's Mi.n.'n y Par
lor*. Wet Side Court Nouw
square Gainesville, PForida.


A U. ,A, ." hbI f.?.. I ru..
jj Y..,uerfi Art lbr', D!Sd ( 4ur% ruiss frtact
. 6rlt'. Va l. usof'JO ut 411t5 %lt, I %M
-."IsmL 5 i.i(obI 0 UtWW.


con. IuieulhDe eaLk sa. Dorothy lMcDow
all. Jesit ('h.rlmut. Joephine Iirookka
Nettle' ldll0lln anld .Mualo) lDais
For ili IliaHIa inotii',-. klitl s rd..
;'td de,'id' thi 1..1 hi re di. Irr
It,, \.xr ,- hiart. thank. to, lith IIon
II H If It('TCrsai (propri, r ,of The
i1 il ,iI a *, ki % Silim
A Living Skeleton
I% t.., flli::l ol.ellt.ioll (of e ,l ( child
ti..it hat ,rn,- if it II -- "'I hink
I.. I..is i rirtlll liiK inI *our ,lOIiiia b
' i .it .' -.! l ti i .' i ll sh .i il litsi ,t
\ I,, l I'to ,,I IIt, b, ablh| r 1 h.4\e" ttnI rll.
Ii pil. l., liiA- It 'r*-f liit that
;T a-- hit, h htiliI K It W hll 4 Ct-all,
1. rij.If Ki > i ei%. l I all soilu.s and
Ia a tIorlic fr tue baby P ,i t2
( litS Hold by W. M. Jobusau.


Lst a want ad. selatAte a trade
fur )uu--ofl something you doo't nod
'for something you do


GEIow IEAI6Y 111

STIAE ICMlIT

CAPTAIN LANDING NOW DRILL-
ING HIS MEN FOR TRIP.

Will EKdeam r t Maintain the High
Standard Made by the Seys
on Former Occasien.

Capt. J. W. Ilandlug of the GAilnes-
ville Guards Is now working his nmen
,replaralory for the annual State cu
camping nt. w hi h will t' held in June.
colutuiIHalg aLu!it thoe lath.
.'otw. l. 3andil'" their wara nights.
he has his nmen outl rtegularl. for
pr.A(tie.t aud Ihi. ('tcouJIIns e k li. an1
ticllate's ha\iihg a Inumbe.r of exttra
nl.'fttinKgC to Im':t. r IrT'lar' tihemn for
tlie work they will haae to i..rformii.
('al.t I laLdinug :it.- to take' an: et' .
strong aggKreation to this 'lecaii-i,
;.., !it u 'ld lblie- .- that he' will late uic
ileides the' large nulltiiber of nmei,
that will go from (alnervllhe. there '
I ll lit equally as many from Mic-a-
nol')'. which will giv' the ronliman1
the full numubkr allowed for this
(;aluervilli ha:- always mii inanif.lsted
gIrat pride Inll lr ml litary 1M> \- aiitj
slIe has aliwavii l'.ei n welll r,.-leaAi bi
the manner ll which the) ha te adl'r
titi*d the city and carried honors that
would hai e one elbw be're, and ihe,
oranizat Ion till dse'.rves high
credit, as the men are well-drilled
and will bold their own In any con-
test they may enter with the State
tr(4oops
Talk for the Guards and thus a-
silt a worthy orgaalsatIoo who are
'acriit('iligK a great deal of time for
the* gof Il of Ilth c'it)
Approaching Marriae.
Invitations have been issued an
I|IIiI|ilIK the aIpplroabilng marriage
,of Mr. Janr. C Phillips and Misa
I4i Kiili K t hi' h l app) ceilt will
< iar a ti. tInl,. dof Mr iand Mrs
It I Sisith Fiort M0 ad, 'la ois
I'r, I. i 0,f htii, u('lifrmethil hiartrl.a 9
i t \ < J, i. t ,,,I 4 ili l e lrt d 4, iliKra iIUla
i ', 11h ..i! .


%I isn wA-jsk tie'ru ous sel ii hit A%
t,.-vii r. a. Io to b'ulth 1,. a

(In % I t I 4.1c.111t I l l : ul
S. k; 1'Oil i'rEu-r s. cmu-itulag n.'r'
ou ua ,'it.I.-ciai aud uther almencutit
I.-I s-la & azd )UU %Ill s4citi
No' I AII' tu Iu tae' J W
MI~Coluna at ('ei
U It's prhited stsuawy you wast.
"e Sum ce is the -I- to gt IL


Too, all of tthr ilrt-


mnwill wr specw il rW


inp for Mimy ad Tim-


day.


We were tm y


yesterday to et op a


but we say to our


and their patrons:


we km


something in store-a treat-


for you that no lover of ec


nomics should miss.


Especially will you fnd

tempting and alluring value

in our Silk, White Goods and

Embroidery and Lace Depart-


ments.


You know that a her-


aid from the Big Store of Val-

ues means something Special.
iiI


THE


HYD


THE BIG BUSY


So mman"
ms u-M


IE CO.



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-l hI m ro ft r4I
Oka the son


lw PENm an*otesA. ANow"crn ic?
2" 49 IT anew*st=Amwd Oa Nowwa
Ir -,wrrIkrr
to S U IIe~h.a 1-


mo


~ fThe Santol 136O
~i~CW 4c sm"Comm" ar taw. TALM t~

s o ski aid Am m me as o rwipt -24
N IP P Pdowm-w Mka th
I-- g od O a.0csd %-%4w,
I) Tk to~ Ilu- Tb. r~m. s
y 4 'a :a -a = -I '



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ad hthedoorm e te other
erado""saw" bid hsotoa
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It s lva ma, hoe aject.r
vifi h qadsam son





so tam d f twbo wsh L tis




















sodoe v4 isos now he peopl
eemor rm mersat






ms bt Jwh r e sthe tow*















~hlee~40 tomy sd stimt ofhe
@~~~~~- 84 tha whmw p. wy es
mY- remember m1uwer r d




















FRb. Uhalf hwolia emaI owbm
med l ovr th Eo a A~. eeinll
-n h rai ohis

s-,A rs hueda sl owa









serllvdeepaod.It ladabl
ImsM mmd vthe to& the b se
















ite peee se net Gallow, the
", ON&s at Io res ret a hapirs
rt d he Is esolU ram to reaso rI
,i Aw dab grow am shubbey I,



tm *ew" of a na rtion I u k
'- be se lk o m"4 Sw evwy.


we afte vt M)"doe t the ppepl


mevr b~ hsYr wile. Iwealul lb
1- jay to the vo4 wr tho wvrsa
.hpiat a taM j6y.


V wm r -- s
smZ igaro made w"Wbia oI ko
fw ya of a.1 1o. weo4 8 are-A
ed. d" K V. t bees "rs" I A4a


!Ircrlrif~r bga'? o U.,~CI Kell
rthe esf 5..o amvd PHad R 'mae
Wth .',ld he- T Q( us.a" C'

@Wh tk( K' ft-qe' Ou e& t%
*4 Xks Kifr- ~ 4'.t tt.1 a''


CUay Cmwny T-.m-* The PAk
C~my f3.cmd wersfss ~ .A*,tWf?.- ,-
* r--rs t i,
lb ~ ~fl -- p., .4

a .O .Pas go'!r U.r.. L 4- S-


So thtrA ql,.- auLrt: 's ra g--r


ow tamI s mbear 4mb s ow k- Iv. tm ga '.. 8 !! t.0
gymI I.. -1 Zt mo'. f Ir Is tnr.
5 me49 yewrs ombowmCn as a.__
bow s popo i w.. "W Pmunts e Emlz Ht.-Ia A g.-a I @en
b h' fW Up- Ru In Pro*#
ft X day M usa aer I'R& e at Ta a aa,*- and
49 a h~-eethSoGS the "ale iast week. bet
&%Mfmo v =a m orIa s o -, a emie read a her
IskSKSMmrm Tet own m of p o ekgmw wb. yorrv W.
we-sow1AMago had es rdlag a r&lMread fr
owas ws o It W 1' that the
_hIcat o the ut v umma
IUW PWJ muI rSm-m % Ju&"


6t itwo osba- be iswder
1r to e aha

,oiiii WO U- IMAAN OfmeIn
dii to me ; we have 41k.
SULmO sel. i ON afmthf
6o -ga a t- m ot
1111111, tO n e mm 40rM ,te
Uullfsd 11111111011ftto he ifMm
m Pow be Umebw supely.-At prow
8LfAemS m has vem A sdthree-
1-- to b e111 to h butIs
we*beha ato d, bwftg 1?.m
e@4 of uissoimerres
Wo kasbkmL At thisrain. we taft
a NOW601Mois aCmpapr.Alvey

Ow Nedemi Is t fww orm only
ebm 60641M 69 w oded lands.
h'ha heg f Petrato fres. it Is
4W. fethe"', to hay, the gem-
am gi mWof l rea try Undertood
a" Ma5md. tThis .dowmemt will
bae* materbgfy toward actual crauser
rem me aw iw oded areas sad re-
srestma ofthasm slre~dy laid waste

Themastorim. No.115 ro e Iin
Paul. has boim haulingmey for its
maw or satme time paest ad they
re at be beeam forcedInto beak-
As a rar t 6W famt eo*I
a" ba ,wished to see tht d
1111111of IItI fashininableanad.-rworid
Wf VarbMs thMe mlin rounoge'ha,, tp-*-
rSur usaujo u ti ru a a:. I
the wrecklag of any numL'-r of li-,.
Is Its heyday of 51weaiarlf Y it 1,41
the fcwrtvae of .&crsi c4Agr &tout
Inr re-nt y'-STarJL( g tf- a, 11
I4-re its 4 a n I n, I :',







of pqrity cruvad or ,:p I
mora tone iuiog ib. jlc -
slarty grenI' ly drcars-4 A :it
came a 'if. '-c-ru l 'r 'ii. u a ,.
whIch It in 54-ol- th-r moral r-At-ri..
na b" eadNAj -. P$'n 13t he. !d-n


rancy (twrgaa and merkwda K. I--
lansd (utmottro U a- 'JIA. 'it ha ti.. .ij-
na bnasrk6-t oIn 'rO) datfrotm I- 1,
to-cifs ('rail. s a'' it row i
gimrmatik re iatli.- thoisu I, a- 1 4 '-',rl
51. -ctsal I..'. tutoa Its b. .-u; -t. na~ c-ail





tie- the-p Ism. Islackare d and ualal!
in r&,r~loia the cropa Ia loar t it e. o-
144J US si 44(UI-1 ili( Cc1' l




A csaimit wri.ter dvIsico -.d v* c1,;.ri
son to "bunr nhis oweansoks-," by
which he meant that use should but
trouble others with his doutias amed
fests C.Certalnly lIfe soesd Im- far
mure daelIghtful If pe'oplor abstained
frus unne-'e.-saa) r-ltal(of their
ills said CEMS.

There It onmsr catarrh In tit lese-
tiaan of the soatry thaii all ttbr dl.
pao,. Iuo at timig.olher. atec 11t IIl the Ia.-
fow )vc-rm *rs a UlpiDxie to pI' I-Inur-
able Flair a great gusti.')-urndim
tCof rIlorm c.i.ount-d I It at dl di- m atwl
by cauastairn b llit to S ct-ii aitIh lit
Val treatti titl, proiusauit.- It hicill
able. likdeuta It"lass ir..uis astarrIA


to be a cirmmtltutlhi.il dll..- amnd
therefore- re-ulsrre. co'mHll utliuial tr al
u eat. fltl' ('Catarrh ('Crc*. mranisf.c,
turned by I J ('heasny & Co'. T el.-o.
Ohio. Is the, roly ero aiultutllial cur'v
us the maarlet It a takela Ilaterutally
In duom* fruu 1 drops to a terapuou
ful. It acts 4drectly on the blood aud
amees sarfMes of the system. Tbey
w u on huadred dolars for any
aw It ail@ to cuwe. lcad for circ-
tr. and (testIm lals. Address.
r. J CHICNIY &CO. Toledo. O.
sold by drmasa. tke.
Take H 'e Pamlll Pill, for eua-
* sllpatilo.


uw pmuacws emne-amsor au w DeW
meos wer tIa It. As som. of those
s-- I o tthe bt have bees usag
railway t0 pss Diee they were
proMbid by lw. we t lh to why
my ON them shee4 peeally ese-
eled hI rhe sI d ag ed ee."


FL Made Oborver: "severa4
weeks ag a merhea ha lA eLr.
MIdW. se a dm Wo a itamser emtco-

third d4e I have sem you, ma of
t mefY r M bave sanered. If
yrea 't answer this ome, 1n hand
aor same to the wseretary of th-
erchLamts' protective asaoclatuion.
who will pmt M o the black list.
Iad what that meas you will oon
learo.' The man who had aff-red
some revere*. of ate, bhowed the
miselve to his hlwyer wbo told ;:.;
to sto the mer,'hant for lib 1. 2( i
he di4d and torn.l..4 the me-rchant
to pay bhima lt. damages for d,- Ja-
matio of ebaractrr. How Is that for I
juatlc.- _I

For a burm or scald apply Cham-,
btrlafa' Balve. It will al'ay the pain
almost Instantly and quickly heal the
tajured part. F r sale by all drug-
gi ta.


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F ra e d Tab


ML WMAM M O=uNILLI i
is free mln me-m Jt mionm s ntlsasmmo se ad is o em-
- s e lyof iNO It is dmptod for weak and
eary wrltwUtneho; strms howthe weak crowdd gads sad onSuP;
It hak alllw dm o body. Tlry a bottle to day.'-
fPty Cab a Dod. Avoid AN Ssbwims.


Snow ri A t C
ST. WOU5 MO., U. S A.
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SAVANNAH. COLL'.MCIA. CAMIJD:N, SOUTHERN PINE,
RAI.EIGH, RICIIMOND). WASIi NGTON. I.AI.TIMOIiR:.
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MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

(NI.Y L.INE l ()j|ra lug I)aily Through rliuJgSeril
.lackionvilIl to N.w ()rleanu.

Fr ftll afernmatle mand slepaie reservatlemo ell e
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mAME MAE GD

AMAININ T LEAJ

HAS MAJORITY OF OVER TWIN
TV-TWO THOUSAND.

Tremendous Gains Made by Candi-
dates in the Great Co-Opera-
tive Contest.

Trn ndlui s r i n' .a ug 't!* liin.
wa, the- remilt if th. f i1 l "c'iunt
itn th, gre at nli i), :t' I "

Nim AdlldiC m; ,4. 1 i- I'- c .sin -
b c\e r .:'.'e" a .e l .' 'r *I; l.ar
t* i contl st n4 r-' r-e I n. '. r1is lal
date's ree<-l itIK ig r> I.r.' ?.sa l. r%-
The- Sln ha Iwas 'a.' ;Irrtain eet lnt i
and mill imlllh th I tih Ii,;)h raphs of
all (anlit'ate4s that aehil inm ;k4 niaiy
as a c'luih of ten subcrile-r to the'
,.nil we ekly dllitlon. ur itst e'i.ilahlenit
to the dallv-, and as a ilniher are al-
ready entitled to thli. we arre glad
to announce that their photographs
will e t print'-ei wltiti:n th.- 'ext few
days. In this way. the il'lile* will
have some Idea as to who they are
casting their votes for and it will be
a good vote-getter for the many youngg
ladies now In the race.
Remember, that by special arrange-
ment with the A. R. Harper Piano
Company, all contestants will get a
certiceate good for $23 on any Instru-
ment handled by them. besides there
will be fifteen certiflcates issued good
for $100 that will be given the first
ive young ladies following the leader
in the three sections.
Get busy and get to work. for you
are sure of receiving something for
your services and at the same time
It will prove Interesting for the
others that are in the race.
Following Is the standing of the
candidates au a result of the count
Saturday:
Gainesville-Central Section.


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Jef sie E\ an- ......
Margaret Ledl Wt ter.
Este.lle eal ...
Ite-.ile, CarTer ... ..
Nora Stalls .......
(;ertrud,. liarroIl ...
IMlanl' **h Thlonpi;eon
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Fir oen wek ory we wi
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moor Mattresu at $13.50.

fidty -pw Cfete Tick II
UP Ct Ma ttress at 15.45
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AOGNTS FOR
L. C. Smith OGn.
Draper A Maynard Sperting Goods.
Dangler Gasoline Rangen
Vale A Towne eBilders' Hardware.
J. 6. Colt A Company Acetelyne
Gas Machines.
F. W. Devee and C. T. Rayneold
Paint.
L. J. McClosky Snow White Enam-
els.
Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White
Damar Varnish.
AGENTS FOR
Market A Company, Ltd, Pure White
Imported SAiedish Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
Acme Wainscoat Plaster.
Freeoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Steve* and
Ranges of all Kinds.
Pittaburg Special Field Pence, also
Hog-Proof Fence, all widths.
AGENTS FOR
The Grand White Mountain Refrige
rator.
We small all kinds of Mill Suppliee,
Steel Split Pulleys, teel Shefting,
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stillaen
Wrenches, Mare Spiral Packing,
High Presure Packing ef all kinds,
Hydraulic Packing, Penerthy Inj~ctr~
and LbrIcaterG, arteld )tjer and
Injectors Five Expandera, File Scrap-
e, Silver Rivets Cap and St
Screws.
Alee Turpentine Supplie, Cnctll
Toola, Black Jee Hacks and PIlteros
Batting, Schovil Hees, Hoop Iren
Bras Strainer Wire, Galvanised Wire
Clth, No. 2, No. 3g and No. 4 mesh.
In fact, when you are in want of
anything don't fail to me the Gaines-
ville Hardware Company. We give
votes on all purchaooaes made fr ash
and payments on account in the Co-
Operative Contst.
We always stay In the lead In every-
thing in our line.
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.MIabel Willias .. .
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SI i.# 'acNdlle JeI ninnI Nleateuls
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M Ili.P 6Mary oiimse Atsater.

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Mil-.Ale-e llol. Arre'don.e
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Ms.. j :Uisie 'williasa. Tr-rnfto
Meca Jr' l Stanlt-y. iasue
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S"h.,rifft ayw he1 is powerl. -~i t4o
giet protection to I,'assnger train,
Im po...ible to gt deputies vwho ;Ir'
Int strike t nilypathizer'. lie ha*
nade- repeated efforts to ge.t up Ipot .s-ee
and does all in his power. Cannot
get nmunicilal authorities to take- any
act ion.'
"Here again is an example of the
complete failure of State, county and
municipal authorities to protect em-
ployes and property, as required by
law. which In the present condition
is essential to the resumption of
train service.
"If State, county and municipal au-
tharitiea will exercise their power for
the protection of employee and prop-
erty the Georgia Railroad will have
no diffculty in completely restoring
trains of all kinds.
(Signed) **THOMAS K. SCOTT.
"General Manager."
Yesterday brought forth almost si-
multaneously the poslbllltles of
speedy State or Federal Intervention.
believed by many persons of wide
acquaintance with local conditions to
be heavy with danger of race trou-
ble. It is admitted that either Fed-
eral or State authorities can run the
trains and preserve armed order, but
if the railroad insists on Its rights
to negro firemen, it is feared that ra-
cial enmity and reprisal on negroes
sill be stirred up In regions remote
from the. railroad tracks. It is point-
e-d out that not until the lynching of
a negro at Lincolnton. Ga.. shortly
after the strike began had there- lrev
louIly beten a delllm-rate l~nchling in
e(orgia for nearly% tuo years. Ne-
gr .. Iaen\< w men t lol,'nit ,!..;.t h rsiirC'
that time,. hlit tlchey me-re- killedl while
rcv.irt liK (',1tlure.


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CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE."
Out aIIt nlght? Headache and ner.v
ou.t this noursi t? llicrk' C(pudlne
Just the thing to fit you for business.
Clear's the bead braces the uerses
rr) It. At drug store

Arrested at Sell.
D. lut\ ShI riff J. i I '.ssi-h arrlinel
in ItI ( 1 ie l S. t rdai lt11 lsr.a in I I
i.Idt lau%, i'arrl. -h iilo, o dl h%% i'
aIntl il M.tIl.arin i c-untll anld lh
ill 1 he- l h #t i. .a le t h' ii ite anrri
iil f .tl medicine or l i' eternal and r1

When Your Joints Aren I-ff
wih ,ir Itil.'(lils sore fruisc oold or
ri. ,inlati:-ll Sehillt you blilp ur bpral
S4i iirt -itray:i> eour iilhh ,r bruice
)>,ur.e, if I'mikililer %ill tko- out the
Mrl're-ii'.- and n0 )4iu right In a jiffy
Alaa) LauAv It i tllh )> u usaid u. itI
fred'. Tlhe uld'at th e hi*'apest and
tiei be-at 1ed-clune for internal and *a-
terual ah b-ae and pailsli Isn I is Per-
ry lisIl' Painkiller and fur over
uselvity )ears it has been the great
standby for i-wergBlme cl In thousands
of familieslr all over the world. Doa't
go home wIthout a UeM or one of the
eow als 35C bottl-


A LARD STRUILE


EPLE PREVENT rPO-

CESS EOGIA TRAIN

(Continued from Pae One.)

.tat(' an41d oth. r StatIe, y other Ili,-'
She lion to emtiilo es and property.
The Story of Violence.
"As an instance of lawlernenss. It
i Is rop'r to mention that the air
lraki hore on severall of the (ar-
hat\ loe',n rut. shll. e they were- de t.iia
il at i.thltiia.


A Haypp y Oh
Is soon turned to a sad one If he
has to walk the floor every night with
a crying baby. McGee's Baby Ellxir
will make the child well-eoothe Its
nerves, Induce healthy, normal slum-
her. Best for disordered bowels and
sour stomach-all teething bables
ne(d It. Pleasant to take, sare. and
safe, contains no harmful drugs.
Price 21i and 60 cents per bottle. Sold
hb W. M ..hhnmon.


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TO NEWBERRY


BY AUTO
Antonwlbih' ea%-'- Milr a AViolal's (laity
cep''t a elyst 10,u) a. 0. kotnrmug,
Wa%- Neslrry at L:2 p.ml AUO, -
VEN I F XT ard TV I tF 14) Nt "*; KR0TI.


Many a Gain-eville Citien Finda the
struggle Hard.
With a hack constantly aching.
With distrresing urinary divwrder%.
hilaly exlutenne- ik but a struggle.
No 1need to ke-pl It tup.
Iain's Kldnley PllI will cure you.
(;;il~ne III -opih endorse thi*
lainm.
Mrsr ElIx Ratherree. 201 W. Mr-
Ct.rarlm k str. t. (;Galnesville. Fla.. says:
Frr ? ear, I iuffcerd from dragging
pnlnin in my back. often so se' verely
that I could not move The secre'-
tioti from my kidnles weare also Ir-
re'gKl:ir in pia''-age atnl raule( ni -
further annoyance, An) cold I cos-
tract,-d aggravated my troublcl alnd at
such times I %a- In nmiser A friend
finally ad nletd me' to try Iran's Kid
no-v Pills and I did aP The first fe-'
dti'-.s ga\ me, rellf arid uwh'n I h id
ta;lk.n the c4iit'lentst of one Ihwi. !ii-
pains disappeared and my kidney' bl-
came normal. Doan's Kidney Pills
cured me and I am glad to give them
the credit."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Mllburn Co.. uffalo.
New York. sole srapnts for the United
8tate-.
Remember the name-Doan'a-ad
take no other.

RAMSEY MAKES ARREiT.

Henry OMley, Waned by Levy Ce.
ty Authoritie, Ptaeed In Jail
sheriff Ramuey Satorday arrested
Henry Outley, a snero wanted by the
authorities of Levy couty upon a
charge of attempted murder. the
crime having been committed at
Bronson a few days ao.
Outley will be held here pending
the arrival of an officer from Broa-
son to carry him back to the scene
.f the trouble.


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...OCALA EAGLES MINSTREL TROUPL.


Witli a ir;iiC ('inrcl of Twt.lnty-tnfve Voices!

New Jokes! New Ses! Irig~t ad Arz ny IIlq Mi
that wi take the hbse K starm! Si is t e Mt [e-gri C9Hg
Artists ym ever saw r heard! IRtlar Mlb g Pct re Fiem wa
befeatlred! Tou'il d the I salas ud, te! :: : : : :

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SENATE AID iUS SES-

SoUtSUUS PASSED

(Coatle d fromt PaI One.)

or of county covicts. Adopted. ::

,enIac Itll N :'*. ., S!eian -1'r ohli
iing( drinikiii c f rt I| i r rs | a etiger


-ni wom wwwrw --i. aa-- -M r Il-s. Pae to o.
lie e e alte till No. 4.. iy Sloan-Go-
Sp-- f- f- y iwUr 'rla Iardon alpllcations. Passed.
h *. **t .
am Heft- rm V Sa 11-- t11I0lh al #SSenate Bill No. 253. by Hudson-
1 1o go l* It l ay aw o protect and promote fruit-growing
S11 16 111 &w e nd horticultural Interests of the
so 1"" *- 1 usn ,, Itate. to e terminate crop iests.
.. a o .. s -- Paired. :t to I.
d Uta o s ..enate Hill No. 2:1. by liumphrtie
S 1 __1 1 6 wp I hDfital Intoxicailag liquors and
1 aWtoW* 1vrat ts as those having one-half
I O of U. S OI at a a 4 ouse per cent of alcohol In them.
I 0011, a v1016 6ISenator Humphries. kSeator WIll-
11 O 1111 bblU m11 10 ams and others of the temperance
Sa-g. -. AHAM 1OMORSA eoile were opposed to the bill la Its

fb" M g Sau -BB M We Plra Me s tn Senator Miller sad It was a blow-
w e 11 811- a1 W---e-s-- i. rBd bill sd would only bl ort the
ft O ul "rVO i rFrietds of Allen Graham of thbl em f -ramce cause.
SI t r ai alty. sM eof iptai Ja me M. Oraham The bil was ld on the table.
S OF '"l '"IP O be d110htd to harm tiat this enate Bill No. 2t4. by Cottrell-
Sof aSm In .has grai dated with great lelatftg to ottre obsct f country and
b-o- bi- a th Baltimorf Medlcal Col- .ettlemet roeId. Pased. 2S to 0.
..i f 2Weg, havt e reotved the highest bohe Senate Bill No. 23. by Come-Pro
M a~ aS -a Io t u einmlistis. ad reeelved vidlg for a stay of execution ia st-
toothe Sa b. GM medal. Among a long ice of the peace or county judge'
4 w d The i Slmere ts ive Dr emrt. Passed. 2to. .
Si a111 ham spet al pmeman. wbheb ISenate Bill No. 262. by McMullea-
a ~ s I ow111, Plt1og t4o all whe maew hm. ProkItIung comblmation on part of ln-
e Dr Oraham. wb a y a oI au urance companies as to agent' rate
I anman of U. V ilegrsy and ebracter. f commission. Passed. 23 to 3.
S'' I ted led hard durin al term at Senate BIU No. 17T-AutborizslI
s ito ais college, ad tI rewarded rustee of special tax school distrtcts
b he deeurve. He wWll aOw to o tIse bonds. Pased. 17 to 13.
Si .i L. JsIeph's Hopital. Baltimore. Senate Bill No. 67. by Daytoa-Au-
Shere be wil undergo a special horizing special tax cool districts
I a o Tfheati surse la surgery. o erect and Improve school bulldlngs
me O lh nb l- uams to ese bonds therefore. Passed.
i* i p bmas he a the New PrOPiITV ADVAMCIIN NIH L to 14.
f o a m W- Seafte Bill No. 241. by Come-Re-
g of st pw ti to g& ISp bry tgetm Prwe Ieli 9tr b OW atilg to vagrantd and tramps. Pass-
e Oan aOe e beelf -- Pr eit eet the PasN Week.- d. :3 to 2.
Si W d. 6 M be Thatg Galasiwllt, real potato is on Seate Bll No. 243. by McCrarry-
Itthe nreasewth a steady dema d. Relring bteers of bogs and
'MI tar ON O is bette evideneedC by the tt that beeves to submit for inspection.
Up f t= a= Mae a&& dea was l Wdosed duringM the past 'aed 22 to S.
O iS of m1 1 o we -ik wheIelw s th pr tlchsia party Ienate Bill No. 228. by Williams-
mft A MIA 1-1 tha1 t 11d paid at rate f $4 per froat RelaUng to dutes of section bosse
Am1 rt Wi be 11ail I W :foot for property within four block relative to ve stock killed. Passed.
wU rheMed to wy a t t. e squ-tn. Benate Bll No. 301. by Crill-To
tTihe klt Ia qiI u es.tin is only a t- Mirode against evils resulting from
IDWIr% I eid Nof the a Is over m feet deep and has a frot.- tral ln certal narcotic drugs and
t aS Iftsw. age ft M teat ad readily coImad- to regulate the sale thereof. Passed.
lla 'MtA a I- a -hra Cr. this maalUkent price. The par- I o ...
4 I tNis mId bnara, ei't e baser will tart the erection of a eImte Bill No. 22t, by Humphries
1 M a wo b tty afl. ,c,ry bandsoae home there during the -Enabll any marred woman who
IiittoI i eI ind tohe e I ad ea- a has or may become a free dealer to
4-i t1 1 111 y M618. arasou .... convey or mortgage selarate proilprty
iinnm NIars, ebr er ai d i dCar-l LImithout t(t-e Joind.-r of her hu-balndd
SChambeartain' Liniment.
=a ulMad app-aue. Mr. H. This is a new plrelration abd a S-aate Hill No. 290. by laker of
W. T~e i s et. acom -pa d goo od one It is especially valua3Llu a- Twentieth distrlct--*,lating to localI
a -ni S-ar as te piae, wa i cure for chronic and muscular ity of action In a tuit fcr partition
l rein dred m st labl rheumatitm. and for thw relief from i l2,d I ,
a-lelI ad by ta maienac Alan n hich it afurds lu acute hinlam senate[ Hill No l. iIv I.. v ': -
"Twh Wah f ior e d-< Mesan. 'natory rheumati ln. Those v ha Lt 1 alluring tloimimi carri rr t(o r furnli.h
1. Mere. Steowman. M Will- ~sed It b ve In'arl.'hl v tik l of I .laratn ;i.'eWiii.latid tio. f. r Ih.
ags, OD veaT l a d Morris all did ':- the high tl'.tl irica. i i..l- I. :: .; r..ti,,n ot vi l.id 1 l.rlAid ,
lS aad Bkep tthe audleace highly trk. lan tlhoiiditr d .-,t f fv- .1 .1. Ilred. -d i
mg ed writh their rlk-h make-ulp ire dut' to rhtiuai.itio..;i I.. i .1 l 1 t, Il I ,. t. I., 1i. it
jrw jokes a d lively banditna e." suaIll It,:10t t" 1) I W I r I { ini l,. ii t; tIi i .i ,r in jar
,ld tr antr:. anid : ir- ii-l cure'l (i '*
S .; i* i. 1.g this l.:.i:-, It fr.-,. aind ".an. 11ll \6 *it. hI ('rill Re-lat
WhebIplg ~ogh. i-a i gUI<1 the affcitLJ I..art -. 4ore r of iar- or
TIs io meor dancgrous dl-.sam(q Ies. of ii:. ItmUne.le r. a wh.lll t Ii(ltred ) I a
th is gnermay pTresuned. It will ., violent i .cle or injury, lia. ;..at i' 14. l, Ii, kvii.ui
e a surprise to mIay to learn that >) th., liniaiut. I'Jr bale b) all !,. r ur. (f lll i.-.ioii
ae d-at result from it than fro'l ru ; .f I .a,.
Nlog I Weir. Peeemoals often r** Itt l Ill*s
lsr fe it. bamberlisa's Cough Cnhep Ratos Over A. C. L. l:iatll.il \a ,. i onW ii;on of
elMedy ha beue u.ed in Dany plt On tc i t of the reuunio of ithe.. rt ot .iMrcdr of t- at
dl- at whoopdls coughb. and aI ',nfrl.d.ia:e soldlIera' at (Ocala th*. At an
as wth the beL t result. tIlHMrn .7 L. ralisay ha.e lla.t ou a .: tl- .
KeOig a Itaria. lo0a. ta al of it. :ie of ceuti for the rounlld ill
Sctt o.li"ilr tH-,fold vui .d r.on-hl.l.
*My Iby teok whLoogll coia h i<: tatI p,,inrc on ne t Tutcsda .... 1
ai Maithe eMi. Me had I It ti 'dieeda. Jun 1 and a2 i a .
iwar. I ot a bottle of Cha:ubr -- .d the
slirli> d ll put Ll ild hlat
tIa' Coug Remedy ahlich Ir e. A Card. ,*i.ate It ull No lh4. I,c \We',., H
g I enaset r Ueornaud i t t Thol ti to c~ rlfy that all dru4; t sheriffs te fle. I-t,- of niamlm.-
L' sal e** by all ,i- a e authorllxd to refund your Iu&l*l'.) f h.-Ir d-pisi.e*- a nlih Ih.- ltord- of
S F : .., iun,..e a J Tar fall it,int mi l I L.*i l'a-* I.
The nyde Company. ,,ur cough or could. It t pI ihc :th
THe. Hyde ('li|.n Iir eat ..,'. h*. l the luunga amid ire \>:itf
advertl segment iu thi' il. *-. f Tui ',. urmlil:. alid co'n-u:iilati!i ( 'iia Bileousnes and Ccnsteplti, n.
Sum la iwhieh ( e l iae i i a :,.l l.* et la aim ., lit;i l.&te. Tch' g t.S ii. i -'.r I w tr,,ueal. ,;! Ii l
iag bargalia h. ,at sill t.- ofl r.,I <* a!. i, k.age .1 \'V .1cC I U. el.i ia.. l ,, i < lnatlia a h i... ,, .i.
a.ppreclatlve bu)l .l on g..1i, h -^ribg ert,'o fr Ia, \ ;i .,,, Lt.
day and Tue-.la. y .l.. .ill 5*. -Engne Was Overturned. .I. ., ,. I i-> I ,.. -i .1 : ... ....l


per cemt off sj tip I Of 1Ilme-ri a i1d L( 1_ -- -- --
man) uit rb. --r b8. a bhlo- sgiwiecti6. b--silt Oat.-oftOe A C' L. eusitics ),o h eliiV,* I1-iaIA i Iara~Ct.- ;1e1s.j eA
Uader-priee d f ir Ithio *aie- *I I. r %s i t A 114 i s A& uc rturut ui at0..1, ii k i, ,1 1 YV A I I I
__________________________________________ ,,u ~ Ha. $ itind., t.1. .a it -kilt lc tit 6,11-%I %1114,14 sh ,' I P-1,40111111 Ia..
A ltllh kiiieai-f ilig eVis 0 110- mAS sr ej fI 1 1 ct(1,4 I tt I ,1
AT but i te m-lv i up .Irffut l lioil th a t t li ntI' I0i.P .S i-aL1 .l94.%.
I A T illi 41.&N I" A 1' 1' 1-a 1 1'" till III : ib jA
IW I WTI = MEULbSSI. II,,1.1til t- fIxI edg. I I -,*fe
me" bere bws. NAM& blind I h lad r
W popnidia PA @, *Jemp Iloar ratse. bronchitis aud r o lrrr
*adI A sli &A y bouwto So eW at trouble* ar' quickly) curt-d b)i.1:11 1., If
b-. by Uw wm su '&.Mi ue 'uut yamd Tar a&itot1 i U CA 1amM T Jot
wN eke and ownim, ad Sko bum sesawwas,
On 6w bia k v 55IW955e s he Mi ss pw h be-ala the Iiilar1Il'd tIf111 ( a7d riwi'm..ii.. AI Th...T ti- ti. ''1 art
bsmy 19 Nee quadec bade gk W .cklmtJ tubes suit the lmost obati -I A .k 1b) all druugists.
Me t ams. WV" A. cough disaia6e-. IaSiS U111
L am re 1 s11ig 111011,Ithe geuiue Fulry's Houcy &ad In't thee sOmething whiCh oly
.1r &r. J. W. McCollumA Co.&ant ad can do for you Uw"?


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H. C. Roth of North Gainer. ::,
received the sad Information Satur
day of the death of his father. II. C
Roth. Sr. W~ch occurred at his hum,
in Gettysburg. Pa. Mr. Roth left on
the afternoon train for that ijlac
and will be abrtnt for the next fa
days attending the funeral and set
tliln the hbulinlt-s affairs.

If you desire a clear complexilo.
tr.te Foley's Orino Laxattle for con
stlpatlon and liver trouble as it wil.
stimulate thee organs and thorough
ly cleanse your system. ahichh l
what evtryoue needs iu tlhe splrit.g i:
order to fe- I ell. J. \. .Mt l!u,.
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MaJoy I'le Blep a a- oAee- e of

The lad les who hayv used Newbro'
Hlerplcide speak of It In the highest
terms, for its quick effect In cleaning
the acalp of dandruff and also for its ex-
cellence as a general hair-dressing It
make the scalp feel fresh and it allays
that itching which dandruff will cause.
Newbru's Herplcie effective!:. cures
dandruff, as It de-trys the rgrm that
caues It The sa w eren cau.e hair to
fall out. and later baldness; I kirlirng It.
Herpt. lc ot- pr falling hair and prevents
Naldne It is also an Ideal hair dress-
- .- *, lvn-.t an aristocratie c -arm to
.t .- hir tl'it is quite ditUactive Pold
. t.., .. X '!ruggists. Send hI In stamps
fr saimle to The Hiirplcld Co.. le-
.rtlt Mich
.I 8. r.4lford A Co. 1Sipcial Afleet-


ITS FRESH EVERY DAY


The ;Iread, PIl and Cake )ou
eat ihoul I lti nulril.i;o The
fiest flour. mixed with pure
rkh mUilk and baked in the
"purity fAshlou' make our
goods the ioust del'ieuu it is
possible to produce.


SANITARIUM NOTES ..WANTS
a *-r
The Saiiltariimn ,roninls are Iw*'ni
cilxg to s.ha the e'ffee'( IR(cts of tnit FOR NT.
a re. The lIa.n t.F i t r. R RE .T rP i' n.


hlmk next ii r'lr. ,\
electric light. bath r.-
modern contveitie nt a t

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POlK SALL.-

FOR SALE-Typewriter ribboN,
copy and record. 7 cents
8un office.

FOR SALE-Corner lot 100x136
oa Wost MaIa St. Lorth and
Uary St.. ext to Jet K""
Will Ml at a bargain and as
terms. Apply at S k oIce.

t3USINIES CARD
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DR- cieo. A. WALIK),


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rWebm Salidm fSat Maimn MaSqM
ill Phaie *1. Alee La

DL EDWARD CLAR&


gethe- r iith the IL'i tL. t r -tae dii I
:ng the ta.le ith Li. ut all th.
.chickens and eggs e:c-ded.
The Sanitarilum atuld appreciate
gifts of fruit tree-s. It i Itropowd Uto
1ll the poultry yard aIth IA. piluni.
,each a:id other fruit Ire.es
R. L PIaldwln. who as quite feeble
,ast seek. owing to his extrernie age.
ilas Imi'roved and is feelian niuch
better agana.
Mrs. H. A. Railey of Cmpviille. re-
ferred by Dr. McRae of Melrose. ar-
rived a few days sice and will re-
manl for several weeks for the treat
neat of a broke hip. She Is uade-r
the care of Drl. Hodges and DPPass
Mrs. LaCrox., who was so seriousl)
Injured some time slice. has *uffi
clently recovered to enable her t(,
leave the Sanitarium.
Mrs. Rose Chapman was admitted
recently. ufferint severely with ty.
ibold fever. She is belng given clow
attention by ber attending physician.
Dr. Spel.er.
W. BarAett of Raleigh. wbo was
referred by Dr. Willis of Williston. I
improving. Mr. Barnett was quite
IIl when be arrived.

Rev. I. W. Willlamaets Letter.
Rev. I. W. Wiliammeon. Huntlaton.
W. Va., writes: "his Is to certify
that I used Poley's Kidaey Remedy
for nervous exbaustiUo and kidney
trouble and am free to ray that Lt
ill do all that you claim for it."
Poley's Kidney Remedy bas restored
bealt and strength to thoussads of
week. ru down people. Contains no
harmful drugs and is pleasant to take.
J. W. McCkllum & Co.


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Oftices Over Gaiie%\lille NSt.u
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THE IPAILk' bUN; (aAINNSVIIsK.Fi FORI1 1,.M111 :111~


RESULTS


IN SOOTm ATiATIC


Jacksonville and (',lumbia nere,
booked for a donhable he.ader .'ter-
day but theb first %as ';all.-l on ac-
count of rain. The' ai,<' t,.,-n .I,
vannah and Aiilust;i Wt A %%1 trfoitd t1
lavannah. the. Auuia-ti Ioia' ,'ra 1t'ih\
lag the field. The wic>r.,' ah.'n the-
game broks ulp stood 4 to 2 f;alor
Sa annah.
Following is the resuitt-
Jackaon llle'-(Colalrhi itaI ain.
J.lackseonvlll. 1. ('ol nit 1 i.LIa
MF \a.anll.l h 4i. Ausi-i-ta it l' irf.'ite.d
.Macni .. C'harl o-ton .*.
Chat tanoo)xit ('Col. tli toul i

GETS ANOTHER BUILDING.

New Mrs four Goverrrrent Contracts
Including That of Gainesville.
\V. W. King. |ipreshll ilt 4of th.- Kinhg
Lumber Comiany of Charlott- ille,.
Va.. received the pleasing information
yesterday hy wire that th..*y bad ihen
awarded another Gov tract at lake Charles. Ia.. which will
be a bulMing costing $135.000.
This makes four contracts the comn-
lany is now handling for th- I'. .
Government. and during the I|>ast .' -a
they have completed about the rtinl
number. In all they now have soman
thing like twelve contracts of largK
bulldlngs ranging from S$lal.ewo up.
While waiting for his superintend
eat. Mr. King has made himself ex
tremely busy and assumed the posi-
tion of superintendent of tie con-
tract here himself. with the result
that he has finished a large part of
the concrete work on the building.

A Smile
Is a pretty hard thing to accompllta
when you're blue, bilious and out of
aorta. There is a sure cure for all
kinda of stomach and liver complaint
--coastlpation and dys'peia. Bal-
lard's Herbine Is mill. yet absolutely.
effective in all cases. Price 50 cents
per bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

A Nfew V'rri- .rt 0

Inhas I:lil ;i. % ;':i: l .;: : 4. i ',
1 l In to 1 in .i "-, 'a. i' I "
erat la; twei''t v. ryv I l I
w while 1.1l f.'tlh r r. ,* .
ability. lnhas !, an 'i n a -'.v f-11 1I
thf llrOf the uaeli. 1l1' i'.' *I "' ,
taks'n t.:ail ti te, :rn I:'. ri : .* rI
ritl l i r:i to r 0 f "t 't '' 1A t I .a
eral. 111 i6,11 1 \1V l;. s 1 la..A. V a a *
and Lth f. :I, \l ,; er i' ;i v..
Ove'rl. '.ril
l1141aW dIa a'a li ke O h -ti -lar a

"Like hrir! Ihiy. fliers. I ju t lI"ve
her. All I wi.-h 1- I had a stp.iftLhwr
too."-Woikiain 'i Itlieaie Collipanilon.

If you t a:at to feal w'.ll. look well
and to-' %e ll, take Froley's Kidnl v
RjIuie'dy. It tones up the kidney anel
bladder, puillit's the blood and r,
store-. h althl and strength 'l .-:ta,
t" take and contains no r;,
rug-. Why not c('oliiimlle'ti til;i. ? J
. 1(',1llujL & Co.
all&


Why She Opened the Let -
W illli I'i -. rr ..* i i .r
that 1ius- I' ;" 1 :. r I it i !
'agIIYou told ie that Ie. Ia ,'t r oea,.-iti<-
(your letters.
Hlarris- She doesn't. ni a rule'. \al'1!11,.
but. you see. y3ou ni:rke1 it "pw li :iate"


CASTOR IA
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hki WYuab" AurWit
sears the
S3gc aturei of C00



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DAVIS & OLIVER


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Wagons


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I~ i Olivi er a


Davis &r Oliver


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luainous Housea That Are in the
Plan Which Will'Isue Vote.
The .handsome pianos and diamond
riqg to Ibe gien away in the Co
OClperative Contest will be the grand
**st distribution of prices ever offered
in Alachua county.
Parties trading faith any of the fol
lowing stores aIll be given one vote.
for verpry ie-nny spent:
Gainersville Furniture Complany.
furniture; I'hifer & Morris Co.. cloth
ing and furnishings; Gainesille IHard.
a:t'- C('I i 'lniilring and hardware;
Fr- T MeC'(.niick. nillin.er; W.
'. .Ilolh ai !zi; a~ nil Ii.'di.,'' e -. I.
a'NI a .Ala
.a' it saea. r l >
> .- r l n .. es 11111
I* R & i..i ra', i a | a d ice* e
tuff -. ('it '%r. rv r ; .11 ,i ,' t-tr. .
I' t" l .!. t lr :a ('.. Clat r f r!
a l a atlil-.' m,.r i : ti l la h l T h t
.A 1i) i. -.i litlll : .I!:Il ,h1.lhl '. "i'i,
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'rarni it a I; l m ;i 'a.a II a ,'. fritl ~. a ('
rilol iu- (',, I IIiIi r a t1 II II IIr
in ate ri al. Sta;,nla'nI F. rfiliz, r ('0i
,'!rtil / r
Viat' ill I ''n on ill oril r-
for jlb iaitaiingl at Thl Sun office,
siad 4mon -lih. ript aiii, a.s f,' llo' ,.


I The Daily Sun.
S1 "... thr-. nmothls muuhb.crllption.
old il. Tcriht r.<. .,*** ote's,. new suhb.
-critl,'r,-. a. \% (t
$1 ';,. Mix mionlnth' subscription, old
ultb'-criler.-. 1 ,,2 \ut'o-es; new sub-
,.'r nl r'. 1 o,', \oat H
i,. oie' .,-ar's subscription, old sub-
-cr ter .. ::.',,,, ',o )t,.'. IIe* su > t ri. 4 "-,oi' \aI, -
F-or a t'lhi uf flix'' i, i ar Ailh-o rip-
I ,ovs It ftor. 1' o'> Ih k rn it,. Aug
IN. l" e. old -sata rtr-r ::. s eOia
\< ft\'I s llo- ri(" -'rm ,. .%i -
\,'a .' a 'la -s fla s'rl ae !, cel'l l a -

l llt la!. l l. 1 era I e n k lIai
Aut I 1' II, 'ee1 lrl i)ih.1 i i % *

The r' i- It o lilnllt to th t iIIr.t r Iof
l'Iub. e'3li i('e it'-a n ta t Ir .Ia -' i r.'
The Semi-Weekly Sun.
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WANTS HER



LETTER



PUBLISHED

For Benefit of Women who


M1iintap*!i. MiTnn.- "I .;wq a renat
WSfereTrr from f* 1ille trenl,;' % 1hi0l4
'rat'! ii a w 'akik ,,,.
r, 11fon itiola of th'is
ulllsh f4 Lait 1.1 (di
^B ^ ( I'illli;htlll'-. \'*'1T
.tahle ( j 'on li|> 1 tad
I.da Eh4ate f,,r ,tlhir
uff riin w- i lle \ n I
felt mirrv it would
hIIelt nw. A4lllN I Iist
SMy it diil heIlp nw
,psi r all I me. I
jrp t rnm rr.aHl it hin t lree months
Iwas a i'rfectly well wom,ii.
"'1 ant this kltter made public to
show the cwiicftt women may derive
from Lydia E. Pinkham's V'egtable
Compound."- Mrs. JolsN (;. MILDAuM,
llt Second St. North, Minneapolis,
Minn.
Thousands of unsolicited and gemu-
ine testimonials like the abover rove
the effirienc of Lydia E. Itnkham's
Vegetahbe (ompould. which s aude
xclusively from roots ard herbs.
Women who suffer from those dis
tnsing ills peculiar to their M should
not lose sight of these facts or doubt
the ability of Lydia E. lnkham's
Vegtable Compound to restore their
health.
If e want spetal adire Write
to M Plakham, at Lynn, Ma a.
le will treat y r letterastrlct
eoMrldertlal. eor 30 pyean
has bee hel elik womem In
this wa, free hI arge. Des't
THE CO-OPERATIVE CONTEST.

THE COOPERATIVE CONTEST.


County Officers:
Ceirk and Auditor S. II. % lengut

iiplt. Public liI-truction Lr. J. I.

Shl tilf I' G. RKatiu y. tGirif a' tlle.
County Judg'"- 11 G .1 a.-onI (ai -h

Tax Asses~or -W. W. Culaon. Galne.-
ville.
Tax Collector-W. D. Dicklnson
Gainc.T 'illr
Trvasurer-J. D. )Matheon. Galan'-


ville.
Supervisor Regtbtratllon- J. C. Mc
Grew, Gainea llie.
County Commissiont-ers Jubohn
Damphir. Chairman, Ildu ., J k
Townaseud. Campville; J. W. May,
Archer. Chba. \\'. 8llhnll'irr. Trfietou.
(0 I' C.tanon, GaItle-fill.
Mrienl Srchoo xl lIard R. B
W'-k-.. Chairnma. iaabtho:n; J W
IMoody. LaCrosse-; G. W. Mlllrr
Tr,. ion
State Renator-H H MrCreary
(;allr,' bliaf
MI libe-rs lloue*--8y-d L Carter,
Galiebtllec; T. A. Duke. Santa FP.

Ciy Officers:
.-a.or -Horatio Dals1
Mtui .t It T Arnow
I l a, A -, ,., \I ll .ir.1aild
*I (X (' r tai l 'r II 1 .I 1Sr.
C k .'1;'l Tr .&->r i J V.I\. y D.-i!


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THE SUN ANO MERCHANTS' CO-OPERTIVE

CONTEST VOTING COUPON

GOOD FOR


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The Critics Had Left s f Pr With the
Famous Poe ERYO E EED
When Iltowrt tlrownlng was tie IA.E AH
ty-right enr 'I A' and after be hi h
writtenn *nl'rn .leue" and his trag~eit
.4 brtra'rn.' he write -11rdell*a.
ti1ut I l I tIthere has always I h.4.a
-it h aolarh'ty orf opinion. I 'slte 11.
hia "llr'uratr." wrute of ardl',,,1
who %as a Ip'et ,' Ir,,ielce.
"Wheni "*lolrde'll" apl elared It int11,l"*
a eiratllin. lPunch said It hald of
frerl (lle to anyI prWo'n who would
reaonabahly cixplAin one single line :anl
t1:.' nfter a .r ilt lo one h li l cli. 1
T':-1 reAard Itlralinl nlu' were :i'
It'li n it. nilA In .n.' ofl theH E It i S P
*lI l i-d Ih:it tilhe funniest Illius- ., re.
wa .e of t the ex: t a ri -'lal olne' .
SA tor.v I- t i f aiitty INucgt. Jer This is just a short talk which we hope will be of Intereand help
rel-M. w.ho, iet a friend ,ne d;ay ::.,, to you in selecting the tonic and blood purifer that will be of the great
n;-rl. "lln'e ?.u rnd Ir.ll,'. est value to you this Spring.
lke It Ineli i anything'll .
ThI' f.ri ri< aiireivi that it nIatnat That this is the most trying of all seasons on the health isa at
nIotihig whatever "TThank bhvenvr" well known to us all. It is the time of year when oir constitutions ar
sai .Jerrold. "Then I am no t na I required to stand the greatest strain, and unless properly cared for the
read it ~.sterdny and feared I hil .
Iett nly it I It Is only Brownig foundation is often laid for physical disorders or disc .:sc :er on. Tch
who bha lolt his." great majority of persons are fast coming to realize the i.nportance of
Auotlher story was that crIminals at preventing disease. Health Is our most valued posaeasion, and it
Newp ate pri-an who were colndenied preservation is a matter which vitally concerns every one.
to death were oere r fuell Ipradn if Most persons, even those who are ordinarily strong ad robusa
tbery would listen to the rMdlnlg oft
"So rdello." Iut In every Instance they feel the necessity of a tonic and blood purAer 1 this esoeln. So0L
luhtened with lee to the lInlowi have no particular ailment, but are weak, debitated and ruadowl.
Browning, once mald that be bland The inter life, with its decreased amount of out-door exercise, %
nolmdy but himself for the work aod the fct that the cold weather has kept the poret of the skin do
that it had may faults of espresion.
that be meant to lay stress on in.io prevented the usual necessary amount of refue and waste master om
dents In the development of a soul being carried out of the system. Theme impurities entering the cidr
and that little else is worth stay. latin have weakened and thinned the blood, ad this vtal Ial
This estimate of his work was given there e lacki in the nourishing proper ntmry o maiu-
twenty-five years after It was written and prl re system he when w ive
when he bead remsed t and dedicated
It to a friend. Ue rewrote very little .e ;genea bodly wakue, tre, wom-t &i4M, IcrK ks e
of it. and his followers bare a bel tite, pOOr digestion, etc.. ahoww weak and anemic ite U d Ir
that be considered "-ordello" bis best become. Frequently skin diseases, pimples, eruptions, bol, etc., br
literary work. It certainly ha ms n out on the skin, and this is evidence of the impurity of the d rcruedlm
beautify d lit, aand n psrtilk r thare S. S. S the medicine needed to coret thi coditlon, Iad bAl

tbins Ia our lalragne: only one on which you can rely to supply dte system with a e best j-
rhat autumn ov ws s.tllb. effects, and at the same time thoroughly purity the blood. TMhe o
O'r tle far forest sunw o dily burnae S S. S. at this time may save you from a long spel of ackel m and
turned wi certainly prepare you for the astain of the o ot SuWr.
By the wnd b upo the r Man y peop have put usi
In one long nflam of crimson; as a May people have put of using
The woods beneath lay black. a tonic until the system became
-Bostom Glob. so weakened it could not resist
disease, and have paid for theS
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. neglect with a spell of fever,
M malaria, or some other trouble.
ate OMiser: S.S. is Nature's ideal tonic GUARAI TEED
Governor--A. W. G!lchrist, Talia and blood purifier, made en-
erer tirely of the pure extracts of PURELV VEs rrTAr L
secretary of State--. Ca Crw- healing, strengthening, health-
ford. Toallahamse. giving roots and herbs. It tones
Comptroller-A. C. Croom. Talla
hweas. up the stomach and digestion,
Treaurer-W. V. Knott. Tallhas rids one of that tired, worn-out feeling, improves the appeti id d -
ee. tion, and in every way contributes to the strengthening and buadin
Attorney-General-Park M. Tram up of the entire system. S. S. S. is recognized everywhere as th
mell, Tallahassee. greatest of all blood purifiers, and this combined with it unequadle
Cmnissliouenr of Agriculture-B. E tonic properties, make it a medicine needed by every one in the Spring
Sl'i.n. Tal;aha ..e, S. S. S. is for sale at all drug stores.
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