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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 1, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Volume ID: VID01684
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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 XX VI. m!.I


(AJlANE81'ILLE. FLORIDA, 'rtP:SIIAI*.. UF1 I19419


TEN V'kNTS A hEIK


REPUBLICAN LEADERS UN-



EASY OVER INCOME TAX


SI y AreThey Alaed That They Are C-

S19er 9dr Tum Evirids


GE"RI. AROAD THIRTY-TWO MEET DEATH
smIcaI ORI I&Af II I otA wale A


TRAIN SERVICE HAS REACHED
NORMAL CONblTIONS.

The Empleyment of N" Firenmen
still the Soe f Contention


9 11s99 I ofe SOttemeit.


a A


SAX ETN IO DANROTM ORF


Str Wus Mly iThie l dsT W I-C

rem Were nw Away.


WASHINGTON. May 31.-If the
ISeate were to vote today on the
qlstUol of an lcome tax it would
be added to the tariff bill. This fact
was made known a few days ago to
th President by Senators Aldrich and
Craue. who are greatly disturbed
ver the situation. although they till
bope to dee eoh of the pro-
gressive Republicans to abandon the
Idea. It will re re three more
votes than the leaders can command
to sed the Iacome tax amendment
to te Judiciary Committee. which Is
the plan proposed by the Republican
organization for burying the propoil-
tion for this session and probably for
such as they control the Senate. The
chief objection to an income tax is,
that it will undermine the protective
policy. The amendments proposed b.
Senators Bailey and Cummins re
spetlvely would raise a revenue ap
proximating $70.oW00.40b0 a yev.r 8e
much revenue rained by direct taxa
tion would neceslsiate the lowering
of many of the duties and the "\
treme protectionists are applled at
such a prospect. On the otthr hand
they would not dare colect so muck
from Incomes and then gather into
the treasury the full amount of re.ee
nut which the present bill would pro-
di.re because that would w rlousl)
Ii. ti.a(e the iproslj'iity of the country:
a encoulr: all era of extravagance
S tc 'tiliding that of tlih la1t tft.
. .,s.
j great ly are the R. in.,ita.i S. ; l
e.- alarmed at tllihe miiatiot lin t hit
ai*a .i- that they ar.- atrii ut l I. j:
"1i.*-ling offeTrlim the Taif i-ropi.l-itii.
of a tax on ithe- dilidtmiit l- ,f i>,rl| rt
t -: a- a 4t11ii 1 t.li ,' f ri th it .( lin
t: a i r +it, lit ha' i* I > ,emntin lli't ,,
A.' it '$.e* e .iuteei anid tihn. ol l, a'c. tI,


it i .l .id.raill .- t \'.l, t tite I t it
I ,' ringI tllhe d it :ies all alolig tl, lil'.
TI.i Rtipu'Il.t aii IHs ie i.'a. I, 1. ...
wa\ they may t~w abe to he-ad off
the icoume tax advocat i. L'tq. o..ibl)
tli.- can. It re-nai-als to h nI
.I. o ft r*4 i,4 ;tll 0 I 4 1 I .. '. ;....
It- a l-ni(o-rm irat o' re.li liko-l) t o ,.
ii a lit d inl a ii w f r ia' r liti li,\ a .iti
l!.u l i.t l'i tol thel i tariff d, llr Ins
It.* Sulnat- for a few itiir- inir. tL.1,
a-k linmsel-f "Alm I a I-iutnerait Sl-n
-iat>: McEnner.'r of loiailiania ia- jiul-
toi tellin theI Se-iatel that lthe cld
Sniin cratic doc-trine of free raw ma-
tetrials. of tariff for revellnut' oinl). etc .
is all nos.ense- and lias It-en I-g
King bis part) colleagues to iote- atiith
him for the hiihlie.t possible dui)
on sugar Senator laile.y isay) thai
the plledge in the Democratic platform
to r. Ie-al lthe duty on luimlt-r is un
a *irr.1te1(1 and unm I sir.1liei. amind
8I,1.i tor Stuilo- il of MliNourl asl Mr.
Hr' Tn ha i ito right lto rit c i--. Ili ,"-
I l i 11e w a it o teelt, tr a dJIlt aon


Iron ore as the "free raw material
doctrine has been exploded." Sea-
tor Clay of Georgia. on the other
and, says that the duty on sugar is
an outrage, that It makes only for In-
creased proftsat to the sugar trust and
that It lPposea great additional but
den on the consumer. One need not
be In the condition of the member
of the House who frst propounded
the historic question. "Where am I
at?" to become confused regarding
his party allegiance after listening to
these Democratic statesmen for a
few hours, sad then when be hears
Senator Bristow protesting vigorous
ly against the high protective duties
which the Republlcans are seeking
to Impose. bears a majority of the
Democrats vote to retain the duty on
lumber, and learns that President
Taft is begging his party colleagues
to Impose lower duties and "revise
the tartf downward" he will indeed
be a wise partisan If he can determ-
ine to what political camp he belolngl.

The President has struck terror to
the hearts of many members of the
administration who have long relied
solely on political influence to retain
them in office. He practically de-
Inanded the resignation of 8. N. I).
North. IMrector of the Census. and
has appointed E. Dana Durand. now
IDeputy (ComlMsioner of Corlmorationp.
in him place. Mr. North had behind
him no Iess powerful politicians than
4tenators Aldrich. L odxi. Craine and
Iale at.d Relprt-n;athii' Cruim-
,~'cke r. (Oloottlad olt I. i. to say noth-
aK of Sll";eaker Canltmi. When. Ju:-t
ia n:oit11 auEo). It una leharin'd that Mr
\ot iit ta umider In\estilgation hit.
*Mtnsi rfil i|olitl ' hiltil. Houti-' nid tolid Ihe l're-i
lI.ntt it o(ild ine. r do to drtop
North Tli' i'r'-ide id t slidi nothii itc


ATLANTA. Ga.. May 30.-The fol
lowing statement has been Isued
with referee to a settlement of the
strike on the Georgia Ralroad:
"To the Public: A amicable ad-
Justment of the difference between
the Georgia Railroad and Itl employee
who have bee on strike has been
reached on a basis entirely satisfac-
tory to both sides.
"The strike has been called off and
complete train service is to be re-
sumed Immediately.
"MARTIN A. KNAPP.
"CHAB. P. NElLL.."

ATLANTA. May 31.-Officials of
the Georgia Railroad and of the Broth
erhood of Firemen spent nearly the
entire day yesterday in conference
over the points In the strike agree
ment which remained to be settled.
Commwisooner Neill. Chairman Knapp
and Second Assistant Postmaster-Gen-
eral Stewart were present. It seems
very likely that the disputed ques
tions will have to go to the board af
arbitration anally, under the Erdman
act.
The big stumbling block in the
lath of settlement is the retention of
the negro firemen in any capactt).
There is no doubt that all other
points will be adjusted by the con
tending parties without arbitration.
There are several reasons why the
race question s so iulmportant. The
(Ge;orgia Railroad In considered a
iionu:t iuntitutiol. It emiplo)lo (ior
gla ni<-n only. It. firei-men a lnd enlgi
celt' and (onductor.- and .t-n It.
brakenien are all natlxes of ltow ns and
illlages through which its train.
run. These' iimetn ha i,. int-erniarried
lnii il ., early w hli tl i e >.:iin alitie- ar,

A Cuestion of Blood Ties.


iII r,'|I. ait|nd i, I ca'n.'i %i' in .;%l\ rii ()ilne E in iio.- r toI l.J ('niinai ..ii.il, tl r
incei d i h t l' hlad II.dthat t ad -, ,ia lII-he.l il I tlt te11- v..ia. en,1 a to -wni oai
't I- ir eniid %r No4 rltli hiliin .If a.il4 hi: ruin.i lIK teli> Atlaniita anid an August,
I lha' t ;: l friltilton w;a- .1 lhing11: 1 t II in, whis It li did not biai,- Il ros retla
I.iat ianld liew., ;as from ai cla iir sh l.e- M.i of the- nwi lln con' front
I olin h- re- ti.atliun aillI tinh ,I;:I nl highli ti c > t i fIamiliesit nid
iHinttii. iilt of hi s- ic-c i-or Mrl itl. ist).-:i of workliK g Aili a ntegro I
I luranilnt list -inae l,\t 4 North hI.i : nli .tl.tiare-it l it tIile-IIh I It i- repitilsi.i' to
tlltlitl l iifi t'oll11-', I t111 Ii ktnllo, ii I li..ir relatili .. t SMlli anl d to tl his. fe-el


th. a .tatilthain of 4-x4e.
and an i extcut lit\ off-lcr
.m1ld alilll .


The Presidt-nt ii ha
able difficulty findidiK t
to enind as MiListe-r to ('
is-g-ed John HIays Han
('e-t t t but Mr lHaEunaso
ed. He wataia a shrne-
neas man. not a dipluon
place. Rumor has It that
uon tCromwell Is under
Iie wan but It was fo
counfirniAtihi would I1w oj
Senate- aid it i doubtful
ide-iit ill turn to him a


Widow of Late H. B. P1


Died Sunday in New


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lptional a i)t li K is. attributed Ihl i-iranig stand tInak-
of gre-at r t- nt I ri e r entireon-iiunittlh. against Ithe
S iailroad
Should the ingKroi. sin In the final
\iug co n ide r -'-ttlet.e'nt of the- dtiliute. many be-
he right lan 11li e' that there will It. strong senti-
hila. IHIi has ni'mnt created against permitting the
uanond to ac- nliexroa. to continue at work. This
ud has d.<-lin fe-'eling doen not exi-t no strongly In
d. keniu 'bu.rl ihe larger c(tle-.I such as Atlanta and
at. for the AuguKsta. and It 1s i potlble that If
Wi'lliana NI- Ithe railroad InslMth ulpon keeping
coIniideration. soni' of its older llack employes and
und that hla wll conise'l to awork them only In
Ipose id in the te )aI'di of ti li- citi- nae-d that
I if lrt l'Pir lhi. iprollli-n will Iw -eilvoed
igs i I h, tomit rtncta ill I.- rICuuied to
S i ;etd a lll I>. ci-hitinnued Ulitil a1 l
aiKre i iie nt I re. i ni it ior it Is left to
arbtil atle i 1o.tti.'s i ruin e-ritm
I ",1i,,ll i $fil l 1 ,,i# .1 t il 0. ll fill
l*, its l ll i..irtlin. 1,1 ,,i.l th, o ff, i.el-

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BROWNWOOD. TiX.. May 31.-A tera 's path saved theamserl by tab.
rnado of great fury struck the ittle 'lg ref storm eer. Mee
llage of Zephyr, In the easter por- them a doses boites- ere hari*l
on of Brown county. at 1 o'clock mutilated.
monday morang and left a path of County Clerk Thad CaMer. is wfe
ath and destrueton seldom parallel- aad two chldrem. who had om to.
I. The death lst has reached a Zephyr to spea d the aL were kill
tal of thirty-two and the umber of ed. The big setw neseel blilg mad
rtouly and fatally wounded will two churches were wet frm the
ach afty. ace of the earth. By daylgt asx-
The dead: toeens urgo we waet ig the
T. T. Cabler. county attorney of wounded.
rowawood. IBowawoed hur ed htr essed re
Mrs. T. T. Cabler and two children. lite thala at ss yesterday leaded
Years old. and Infant. of Brown with provitlome, rellhig sad oees-
ood. sary artles and forty mrmas.
.a -. -A-. *-- t" - A A -- -


Mrs. Artle Hart. 37 years old. a
us. Robert, 6 years old, of Zephyr.
Mins Gertie HuasM 25 Zephyr.
Gibbs Cloyce. 2 years old., so of
Prof. Cloyce, Zephyr.
Oscar Ware. 45. Zephyr. and two
sans. Harry and Frank.
W. O. Simmoms. wife and two chil-
dren. Miss Bertle. 24 ad West. 12.
Zephyr.
B. F. Brown sad wife. Zephyr.
W. A. Ramsey. 60, ad ma, OOlie.
13. Zrephyr
C. M. Carter. ,. aad wife. 35. a
a, Olover. 12. and 3-year-old infat.
^/,*biyr.
Capt. Collina. 30. Zephyr.
Ruby Campibell. 3. Zephyr.
Rodney Campbell. Infant. Zephyr.
These latter the children of Mrs.
Itob Campbell.
Many others. to a total of seventy
four. hate minor hurts.
The ttomui fornieJ half a nile
soauthlwer of Z.elhyr and swept down
lupcn Il th ill:it,' rcuttling a wide-
msath directly tihnrili the relidencc'
and busiiessm dittrlct.
Nearly fity hour-es wer: entirely
d-,'iiall hcd. LI Ugthnia t-truck a lumn
Itr .ard and staitedt a couflagration
whli h rdetroyed on.e e*nire buline-,-
lhi '1.4- (Ie. a- tihe care' of the' dead aind
aoulndeld \ itlnim demanded all attend
tit1i.
A i-w I'roiicnlimd and sipr.ead the- alarm
ln two hours the hanta Fe railroad
aim. *im..,di alI a S a i-cial train to ttheI
-('e fi' of the itorml with nine iisrge'on-
and a score of lsrownwcood plih- iilan-
Hundreds of wpersons directly in the.


Lat night three pr wee til
unasecouted for. Two eMlire wee
found dead late in the lIfte two
mile out from the tow. havin bes
Mown that distaa.
A special train left -Sepyr les
eight for Temple. W n the mere
seriously inajred to ahe h* al.
t im nkd nt" IMil Bi m1.
The stom we n wds wide and
swept the earth It r ry S ad aIm
sawe. proebsy less tha a M. I ts
Irmy is sossdered oa mi i dtof

any tornado e*tverl ewin ed i a
reaction.
J. L Clagma. C. L. Kiskpatri
a nine murgSs wiLo e Im ith
lIst party out of lrown1 ysed. lea
a desolate scene awaitla Oe. d
The hillside at ephyr were a.
ered alth debris of all ktads ad bd
iee of deal anlmalsa ad hanh b
wings. The runs were dimly MI ted
by the burning bulldinag and the
cries of the wounded roee sbove the
sound of the elements. whei threat.
ened a second storm. A bho reaaig
through the debrio-trewm streets
was killed while attempting to de-
vour the body of an Infant. PIdie
Were found twisted about trees and
in every conceivable spot. Peopl
walked the streets almost naked, cry*
Ing for their loved ones. Resldeac
which escaped the storm were turIed
Into hospitals, where wer carried the
bodies of the dead and wounded.
One house collapsed on a family
of nine without serious Injury to say.
Irrownwood. with splendid orgaas-
ed reef work. has the situation well
In hand


Legislature Enters Upon



Last Week of Session


TAI.I.AIIAH4EE. May 31 Th. )iear 11II and for the brat asi meth
iae- .a.'- .-f the. J.cksoeat llie char of 111. the revenue bill. tax levy bill
teIr Iill In IhIr Hlioume of kepre-.nuita nid pay bill. The linate will also
tit-es H1ainIdia. aflcr inwl. of the Isnol late I to lule with the occupational
-pecttactial r fight. in thu ble.try od t.a bill. It is nenwcnsary that atts-
ilht "ir0 i I-aKilature. pIroved thl- is n be ghlrn the's.' bills, and the
i:,ili ltoiie of discullanll. anid hotel ijir Iortion of the nei das will
lotl I*'- iI, tIt HSlalt capital Ipr*t,-nle'd ..- d-iute-d thus
i iliiall -., I,. oif itilinea.n through. To date thwre have been introduced
', '- Y..-I- 71 Ho luu bill, and 605 & Snate bills.
I te it, '1 t r*-cii, ', r i A Lillt aI I lroximlately 60s HIouse
I1 ,1 f. 4 1111 jI '* d i ad oil Ithalig, k ls than WOlet imate
tofe e, I I .:1 "I t i'll A* a si. bills during t!Ih entire 19is7 asesial
rtihl lt i .- *' Cmpapaittil) few bills afec-ting
'; 1' f t I n ,"f e s tatlo as a whole baie pasL-d.
1 '* '* fI *. : : u .. uf l t ir. ia- !ig ti nUg of a lo-
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SLY BS OIVEN R Whenm
Poisn tho
WILL PROBABLY 89 GIVE P P101 1n,> the
2 J 1LIMINARY HEARING HNERL copper-co
1) MMIVLout, ad a
body. A
0o trouble Io
F i aii a A. I. L M owln a lllnre. J Campville, Rhell Offi lal We timesit m
-awt ag I fto W- B numda so s
"Someneed in the Matter. tons; its
SWa. Coo cleas t
Geo. Jones. a negro sent up front drting ou
C.W.91 W. a I Ioxes Creen CovPe Spring. for artIing con n ts,
called wealkons. dild at the Canmp- ctrrulation
^* Illie can:ps on Inat Saturday. and I.. cre Cont
i raors IrF Willson. the "whipping bss.- has ba testa
i^^^^1I i _,been arrested charged with being the-
S* .e Ice Cr am Freezers r cau of hi dralh.
uIJ. A. Robertq. justice for the Ro.
Sk G d n H e chelle district. was called to preside-
47rr nft ga of H e over the inquect and after the Jury
iir I had heard the evidence they render.
S-- --- L n e ed a verdict that death was due to
Sthe It ks *admnilsered by Wilson and
0Ice 11'ic rB Nthe Justlce came here Monday and
*eL- 6 AbIad a warrant issueA
IM Owil to the sickness of B. P.
SEV s Dyees, the fJstice of the Camptifle
IN& Nove Sle district, Justice Roberts was ealed
L e Mr Vs to act In his place.
SEryhig to mae ATANO LAW" OAM
M ke cW Vleear To -e Payed for I enet of Oak Hall
I= gos aw eaS eN reCluThuesafy.
aR 400 e 4 me I Manager Dvts announces the frt ""
g- --.i. taUK M1 gri 'am for fatdom to take place on
SfM So p aext Thursday and says it will be a
AIN- ei S bM VN. "olUy pop"-It youa aow what that
e0111 am boo to-I,.


SII S n of- He needs sme of the "wherewith"
L EaiA hImf 8- -to pay for the handsome new unt-
U m ~o m j f W---W forms he has lJust ordered for the
Me 4116bys and has selected Postmaster L.
C. iych as captain of tbe -'Fat" -
j"o gregation and ir. J. M. Dell as cap
es .** adjourned at I p. a. tatla or the "Leans" to pull off a
-.- n the si as o S aturday the pass stunt that will be both amusing and
_ag of te M phrtea etu ate pro n rlao teretlg and afford more real
00a--d -.--- --- ft=-Nm .a I the knl.ag of the bll amasement than a dozen irsat-clai
Sm by Mr. MeCay M or county alform- game could po sibly do. hence be
'- y of eool text-books were the wants the attendance of everyone in
M py ofLmils uirei dispoksd o. peThe th city at the opening ierormance.
S -- .. MCreare y school book bill was lost Postmaster Lynch has already be.
W by v to tgan using liniment and will train
Tee was easlderable discussion down" to be in proper condition to
S .-MW ~h a during thlre s ore nin' aesslont and meet his brother "Lean&" on Thurs-
so as' a m wen& ao a res lt there was not so large day afternoon promptly at 3:30. when
4 'a nu M mber paeed. Fi ve bills passed the great match a ill be played.
S!a two sad two ked was the crop for the Dr. Dell. who by the way has not
n f Si s a -ir day. forgotten the way the *Leans" had
sa in y r It "popped to 'em" in the last gatni.
,.. may Tranfr. bs gone to work eelectitni tlhe 't..t
T" U V MISTRELS. players among the slima" in the city.
.The following real estate changt.e playernd be o th atsit th# .e ty
J88 0heu o .i.^ J have been recorded during the pait a nd e ds tate that h.d n the, lIdom-
61~8rl S- am e fe eds" line-up Thurtday there %ill -
-i of S gd M few-da 1s a different t'orv to tdll:
Annie L. Smith to J. L. Wolfendn
I orliot m" mand others. trutr-e s. A. J. Flet h, r to
g a the NOw aird under J. ~ Williams; N. .. Fhltcher t A. Pcor Milk
o mllse of the Oala B e wasJ. Fletcher: .. R. (Colson and J. t. Is often. t th' Ot, h hr r il ; 1,.
e r TW weal' i eikm -u-. Co-lsaono to Flora A. Matht-w.. Franel for an lifant, t I- in \i. inoit *r i,
Ts Ia the sInd apparace of M. Cellon to W. R. Tbowua.; .Mina eral ir lh,..ih Th. cAs. n.l!
tko bege, sd t- her la that they hayv .
W b mad the 4 that the have D. Downing to Kate lDIll Jon,.t; W. HI t- titr it. hlil, I.a- 0ri- Th.'
W b"a w ka reearsals shows that
Thomus to W. A. Todd; C. W. ('ha*s. g" tl.. iioLui.-h in. : st H" r.h f.I l ;:i.l
hr d sebrtlanl thler ft--la-nms when-j B
Stag on a bsin ssto J. W. Jones: Frank Adams to J the. ahy ra.. a v.rlly tar,. -
I 411 to u ot a o attrac- A. J. Strickland; I'nttid 8tat,, to Whit..-. tr.am tV ri. : i.. ,I..- t',.
__ wl .V. F. Jones; I'nilt.d Slta(ei to .1. E. worm- anid nis,.-h :. 1. -:
the gb ks -pat showed up we illiams; J. T. Price to N..d HRolin and I', PrH < S S !l \ W
ad the t ahes of all the sin ers were J,,n
wson: it. Rawls to I.. It Ra.w l..; 4..
Sl the- io w v e lo wa ll M. BlItch to W. J. Ilock: F IWtoutler
sehoedmoad "Wet a" so lcal hit Card Prom Prisonor.
'""~" IM -' do 41111111to C. H. Broan; T. J. Sw.arinx#-n
to Amos Haines: Tony Ilarold to .1 Mrs lta.e. li'.,l jail ,ln S un-
The l Vem SbU h lsa @'a D Strlngfellow; II. R. Colson to J day t..'ning ;iaid g .., to tih'- .rt,.on
u hm s m "! ta. sa d00 H. Hodges; R. T. Hulbert to J. T. trsa a nic, It c.o-:ill .nsrllpr It w. as
meetro af Se euewam. ad the .
l i, M hrea proud of the Jones and Charlie liarris. ery nmuclh ia! rleti.t.d t .i ll \,.
do hol- God( % ill bleas u h.r f(r h.er
Ml p Men Past lFifty In Danper. kind,.. A
S~A I'RISONR t',l
M Uls l t eraft, oe o Ocala's Me part l middle life ha. founti (;ainesill. a l'
(;atlu e, ll h.. Maiy^ 1. I ."'.'
a -par MMa ta' -ed musItmcans, comfort and relief In Fole'as Kid.ite
e a the piane and her so Remedy. especially for enlarged pros-For MIADACHE-Hicka CAPUDINE.
g eM ftMW he andsee. tate gland. which is very ,ontiuon
Se pesa-lar ty of the boys amog elderly m.n. L. E M.,rri. Whether from cold*. heat. stomach
a iA--e er tof lle and vialtors Derter. Ky.. writes: "*lp to a ye.r or nervous troubles. Capudlue will
a a wI h the erowd4 aad they ago my father suffered from kidney rlive you. It's liquid-phlasaut to
a-M a S--al ear to mavey them and bladder trouble and meeral Iphyl), tak--ats hulnediately. Try it 10c.
i a i a to a msoet with ltaus pronounced it enlargemenut of Sc and Me at all drug storm
a. k --1 reamIed home. the prostate glad and ad lsed an
M t hot weather operation. On account of his a.- Cheap Rates Over A. C. L.
SprCl mOe was greeted by a a were afraid he could not stand On account of th. runllion of the.
--i a- it aud I recommended Voley's Kidn' ) rConf-derat. sobIlt r- at S(cala tli A
1- 4Hemedy. and the Brst bottle rlledC L. railway is* jut on a ,che.a
a tlslm yeo may be told that hia, and after taking the w'secod IMo- rate' of Corests for lthe roumit tri,
*eWe Wa the tkthigs as good te bhe was no lunser Iruulileid ath to that Ilace today iti \V.lrIn, *ilua
aU gWlfts MI ny ad Wa dd1r pills this complalut J. W\. luCullumu Juin I atid
1 s M o0 ae a Nothing made as Co.
aM eWUt's l ay a dder ie artic le that is simply "a t 'duffe-red da) and uiht hth. reriin,iit
IM Me a the I leyWar aty house g of ithiln piles. Notlilll h. 11 .,4 i
ft s W ~ia lway i t isee at e sold to mismehewb if ae *itil I uased Ia. Ol itii It (cur
w a0lw, la -eh. rm o a etil i o t w ed mi permnaucntll%- --lon John It
--. ar d d. e something G l arrett. ay)or. Glrard Ala
tta l a intay i th r t whch on ly
SA in brn i's e as dto ey A a. ,do Y yf I "wa- ada. brgas resale.
a s hlow -n i s ey a. tosadw
o to E. C. DWl a C6 ..
Ol W To o..... .t a e ROC Oor e air
~se 11 emr fn heL. AVECiS HAIR VIGOR
*i .....* Peflig "air An Ctiesent Dr Nol
so sMak as a- of r *"1111 1ff Makes & ir Grew
ila dw& a"m mlsAl
YW-ee b


S. CURES
oso BLOOD POISON


the bleed oeeomesoa laecd with the virn of O tagious Blood
symptoms are soon maafttted. The mouth and throat ulcerat,
wed spots appear, a red rash braks out, the hair begins to cooe
usaly sors and ulcers show themrlws on different parts of the
t the first sgen of the disease 8.. 8. S. should be tak. for the
too powerful and dangerous to trifle with. If allowed to run os
cy is to work down and attack the bones and Nerves, and some.
aks a complete physical wreck of the sufferer. The disease cam
uch headway if 8. 8. 8. is commenced and ued according to direoe
progress an be stopped, the poison removed, and health
I8.8. goes Into the blood and removes the insidious viru,
he circulation and makes a complete and permanent cure by
t the cau. 8.8. 8. quickly takes effect on the blood, sad grad.
aymptonm dippear, the health s improved, the skin cared of
sores and blenlshes, and when 8. 8. has thoroughly purified the
no trace of the disease s left. 8. 8. 8. a purely vegetable remdy,
agious Blood Poison because It is the greatest of all blood purl-
d and proven for more than forty years. Home trestmet
any medical advice free to all who write.
Tl SWI ST mFvIr!C CO., ATLANTA GA.




BURGLARS


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




-E DUTTON BAN K


G. S. Merchant & Co.


Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grali, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
OOUTH O0rD SQUARE '-M- AINEVILLE, rLORIDA.
fSt maO t pri pall fw Chkilkem. ^p d tte- Pmd m&
A oompetl ak of Hay. CoMn Oa, neow. Rms. aL Co(
n Meal and Ry. We hadle oly the Vy et good

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COOK AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
S -- F. n. IMYEIE. Manager-


BUICK BUICK
loo 't ho.- i i-hed,,for,,r sn-,are
~,I e" 1 Oas thi.

:EPAIH \W(llK AND SUPPLIES


Mamk Street


hiavime, .iend


in


JORDAN & COMPANY


INSURANCE


PORIERt fiH I1 CK


OAINESVI.,~ F ,LORlDA


Fire. Life and Accident held.""M.

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SURA


CE


Aml'l the savings of a lift.
time go lli. has beell tilellc
4 lllfirtullmite e'xlpriene. of
Inaly t-ope. OU efin
Irntett vylr prolm-rty for
e~ ary~ vt'lof cl its value,
4. ill -Iiruimie through u-4, we
twee that your losses are
1jriliipt I v ipid, aus thie Ill-
frllralict &'omlapheus wt.,
re)prelsetWlt arC t ode whia.&e
fitianoiul ioulldn5am is uIn-
*a g ce q(ueetioned.

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F-SIHER z-. "TI-AN~d


i*iito, ims,,vl SUN: 0AINPAVilalsto lt[A)MIIIA* oll"NE 1, 1909









Ti IiALV flA% \ ,A\M%6 LL.iA)IXIDA, JUNK 1,19o9 3


EACI DAY IImTEI One of theI MEORIALDAY WAS

INCREASES IN CONTEST rrential FITTINGLY OSE
ft the happy brome of to-day is a I --
OUTSIDO VOTING QUAL TO THE fun lo information a to the bet method* 'G. A. R. COMRADES PRESENT
of promoting health anl haalinrn and
GAINESVILLE SECTION. r*.h* l in-' and kn~wl.'- j th wrt., PAY THEIR RESPECT

AI Avcr.;ac of rfty Letters Re- I'r hluct ,,O artil e.rll.ci-ti' Srl Other Organizations Afrilated
cevcd Each C.sy by the Con. ri. 'Them rin Making Event
.1:1I whtb hav~\ nl'tlui-,l to a rhl- ia,.
test Ceprrtmert. i. :.tlnc thrl .nh th<* npitoval of the. Grand rcce.
l-n.rw.n I o)f tlh.- 1<.rl, i. nit of i. -- -
lte.r.-t Aa- i., .r s,) k, : in thi v'1.-rd1 onlyy, ;ht of tih- many sho have The' mnio iltal s -r~ Cc of the
ctlion of F'lrrldl I: :tIll (c,.l-t i.t a :. e.y fSil culty lof dll rtiin; il obtain- it. h.:d ill lib. 1i. on llinolld.
that hl-ih ib r w I t. i: i cired ;L th, in :l*. IL.et the woril affnnotl. ed Ialliong th e largle't and lIspt a
Ireat ('u-()lC-ra 1\t- (C'oit.'-t tbwlag cs- (o)ih of the product of that class, of ed in a lnunillir of ),ears and alt
ducted bvy this I al..r aad '..ari.,u- known co-npoonet partly, an Ethical this body of citizens are' as t I'
busilecs conctrin-. and the mail tlh re 'mey, approve lby physiria e and oean- away, the goodly numlxr left
Is reco.led from ot:t-id" t v.tlc:i. mrnle by the Wcll Informed of the here for th. Iqrltw.a of Ilosling
will easily average. .le Itt,.rs daill. Woridaa vluhl andl mwholeome family rciesctsw to the ones that have
all containing votes a:id clhbs for laxative is the wed-klnrn Syrup o Fip 1' l,.'or.
Alachus county's lumlnar). and li eairso To grt itll b l The ezercimse were most i
Miss Goode makes another glin effects always ~uy the I gr jM, in a- slve and a large number of ladle
over Miss Evans. Miss Lucinda Bry- faeturl d by tClifonia F gypo at the band stand and acconll
ant Jumps to second place from the oy and for sale by al bd ing l the old soldiers to the rcmn
eighth nl the Western section. with where the memorial addres s w
all candidates polling a large vote. lvered by Col. W. E. lBaker aln
Following Is the standing of the :siM estrtle Shaw. Fairbanks.. 44.?2., various grale of the war .et
candIdates a a result of the count Mlis Coraelia Crown. Rocky were klidly remembered wit
yesterday: Point .... .......... :.;.. 2 abundant sulPl) of flower, and


Oaineeville-Central Sektlen.
Miss Addle Goode ..........1.219.725
Miss Jesale Evans .........1.158,375


Margaret Ledbetter .... 360.6,0
Estelle Deal .......... 340.24i5
essule Carver ........ 99.390
Gertrude Harrod ...... 39.580
Blanche Thompson .... 26.020
Nora stalls ........... 52205
Myra Swearlngen ..... 20.090
Aura M. Lewis ........ 18.395
Mary ermandes ....... 10.230
Mabel Williams ....... 9.935
Alicq Schafer ......... 9.65
Annie Bell Taylor ..... 6.550
N. W. Taylor ......... 6.405
Eva Bauknight ......... 4.,55
Mamie Crouch ........ 4.500
Ella Bailey ........... 2.605
Grace Bullard ....... 3.595
Maude McKay ......... 2.29.'
Fannie Whiting ...... 1.4lo0
Curtis Pitts ........... 200
IJda Davies .......... P50


Eastern and Southern DistricL
Mllis Mabel .M'cCr'-dle. M '(nopy I7;..4.
HIas Hattie KEllith. Tacomia .167.7;.,
blisml Lorunie. Mc'rCedi.t. M aaht;ul I;.:.',4
Ii.E Ella Jolly. Orailng. Hleight9 !02.4'7,
Xiss Martle Chanulmwrlin. Mica-
no . .. 7 .'
F s IIcH ic, \\';ait.. Hiiwt;iorin 7;_.'. .


OUR MOTTO: Best Goods

at the Lowest Prices
-WE NAVE THEM i SrCC --
AGENTS FOR
L. C. Smith Gun.
Draper A Maynard Sporting Goods.
Dangler Gasoline Ranges.
Yale & Townc Builders' Hardware.
J. .L Colt & Company Acetelyne
N ae I- a r c .
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds

L J. McClosky Snow White Enam-

Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White
C '-iar Varnish.


AGENTS FOR
Icarke Company. Ltd., Pure White
In: prted SAeedish Enamel Waie.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
A:-e Wainscoat Plaster.
Frescoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
Ranges of all Kinds.
Pittsburg Special Field Fence, also
Hog Proof Fence, all widths.
AGENTS FOR
The Grand White Mountain Refrige-
rat -.
We ll all kinds of Mill Supplies.
Steel Split Pulleys, Steel Shafting,
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stillson
Wrenches, Marco Spiral Packing.
High Pressure Packing of all kinds.
Hydraulic Packing, Penerthy Injectors
and Lubricators Garfield Ejectors and
Injectors. Flue Expanders, Flue Sr.ap
er,. Boiler Rivets. Cap ar'd Set
6. .s I
A.to Turpentine Supplies. Ccuni ii
To ., Black Joe Hacks and Po er.s,
Sattng, SchoilI Hoes. HLCp liror.
Bdras Stra- er Wire, Galvanizeld v. r
CiL,!'. Nc 2. No 3. and No 4 re t i
I fa t. w chen you are i n .. rit c
a, ,' j ,. t fto 1 13 ece 1he C ,'et
v, H-"rd.e Cur'';any We wr
;. i I .r I ib a *de t Lab


Ai t'L ... A .

GAINESVILLE HARD NAR COL;tANY


Miss LaVerne Bobbltt. M'cnopy 32.5.',
Miss Pauline Carlton. lica-
nolpy ...................... :31.01O
Miss Agnes Zetrouer. Rochelle 30.12.'
1MI. Anate Lewis. Hawthorn 20.43.,
MIss Pattie Zetrouer. Rochelle 20.430
M!ss Myrtle Hammond. Haw-
thorn .................. 15.980
Miss Emma Guthrie. Rochelle. 1:!.131
Miss LAla Perry. Rochelle..... 12.9k.
.liss Jewel Godwin. Hawthorn. 12.04T,
MIss Wilma Malnes. Ilonteocha lo.>tcS
Miss Georgia SBowden. Hatchet
Creek .... ................ 6.600
Miss Nellie Reeves. Micanopy.. 4.800
Mlss Emma Entensa. Waldo.... 3.340
Malss Mattle Jennlngs. Rochelle. 3.135U
Miss Mary Hall. Orange Heights 2.90,.
MIss Mary Louise Atwater.
Waldo .................. 2.37.
Miss Effle Tison. Earleton .. 2.
Miss Vandalla Staf. Waldo ..... .;'P(
Miss Gertrude Smith. Fair-
lanks ........... ....... 77
Miss Mamle Bailey. Waldo..... 20W
Wesern and Norttiern Section.


%lr. Hattie Ludwig. Tiola ...
Al r! iU. Maddox. Afliert
Miss ) ka Powell. Alachita .....
Nlhs LIucinda lvrr ant. Bell. I..
.1i.Viii. i V rrohn. 11.4 11i-.
ET 111 11 114 l % ill. t A i re d- aie d
nlsi. 1. Ware'. igh Slormi-.
NI i Aari.ic Kirklailr. Al..hcla
%I I, licl-in I.#,, l i\u Illi-h
Spring-.
N! i j. Ali-- a, 11,41'.% .rnre ,eaa.

', I'e. I Ill ItArt l.d. e':
''2 ~ .' S( talle I!e

la'erl Me odeI Alaf ilma

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TO DELIVER DIRECTORY


Burtz Leaves for Palatka With Hand
some Book of Information.
., ; I. .1 1/ h h1.i.- .t 1 1 ,
tor th, ie .t-t I' I iinia tla 4 .ths i t ihl g
.11.ll |t, l lll i. h li le ht.n -l illi 4u flcur

rni illi, th j il, I at .,I I .t \,i I .- rd.i ,
fie Ihe ( ail ('if ('ll1 Io 1< 1 4l 4 I III
S aII, 111- o 1 h, l iai rl -,< r.- i aw l h,.
.* iin ral pitiblic- at hthat i e.l| l
It i' re-plI'te. w itlh ninaliltl ianforrla.i
11,,1, c i' I ..; th t it% o(f 'Palatk.a "lif


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I.'ll a~u-f I. a .es It 1,411 I
Ca~~~~~~ ~ ~ I Ii4ti.ate It5 t j 5


Pleasant Pucoluc Pmity


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pillef!c
th.'ar





plant
'r met

act cr3V
m~ de
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h nunt


taken there for this rlp ial ocet tip
The beautiful ritual Pervice was held
at the cemetery, followed by pIrayei
nnd reading of the address of Presi-
dent Ilnoln at Gettysburg by ID. F.
P. IBullck. and closed with the sound-
ing of tamp and decoration of tbh
grave-. all of the other organizations
taking part In these exercises.
Col. A. P Morrow was master of
t,,rmonies. while Col. I. E. Webster
had charge of the musical program.

You Never Can Tell
.lJust exactly the cause of ~nor rheun
(ilatislm. but you know you have it
t1i you know that Hallard's Snow
Li.nlnient will cure It'--relieve th
1,ain. reduce the swelling and limber
ihe joints and muscles so that you
will Ie a, active and well as you evei
were. Price :;*.c. .5ar and $1.tS). Sold
W. \ M. Johnson.

Makes Away With Cash.
.1.. C Itellamy. who olerates a barb
,r shol, at Iochelle. waa the %ittim of
a thlilf aho *.ntel.rhd his Ilace. on tHt
urday night and got away with all
of his cashh The almounlit ia>, th
irtix e-t -. dof him lIiiiit a fer : ,'v tI
a.. : l he 1.a;- i)oI'l istl. i-'.'kie a, t
Swho tlhe guilt% Ipart %.i-. liut up to

a11.. .
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A SQUARE DEAL
AND

A SQUARE MEAL


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4I.1 I *,4. a'

$ 'a! \('1 I'' 2 II (' i i ',aui a.

it I
*1fiitMA i uk
I iI k hd I 'i

toat1laeci .a.% re-all', a "Aomnaq Ii Up
lit i~de tr oilaa got ill arat u- e'f,ii da% tit-
ak ia ,s ro-co~a' .' sore- Illaita a di oo
i .t -i Iri Ptll tgfin a a l ioS tal it ,

"I'll- 1111,juatk AAici .41i'' at !2 1401 111 %1l
fil a Ia I llaO w -ttilii .ait *j (of
Ue Atot rlier hI, t-epair o il, it i it an hti, tit

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Better Not Got


Dypepuia

"M m hsr b. IKodal pw D hb b, F
.Nctualy b-th Natwe b RuiwS- Imies-m.
De doamp bVI. with IVdiA&


A great many people who have
trifled with ladlleUtm. ave been
sorry for It-whb- ervr or
broanle dysppea rwlted. ad
they have not bee able to emr Itt
tVe Kod l d pmreat havia
Dyspepaa.
leryameb is N et to Isgee
item Stomach l-gmemt ailing
stomach abu. Just matmJal
ad jut as sely a aowdal and
healthy starmh resmts s
tsalid at X.L
Whm you -k l s e om
ot u.. belebl t a mle
maomematg Gv blasted meaudm,
gmawlm = md t b Pt aotel
nbe -- hlahes, lulbess or
dl. Ad them thel r yesl ta
edi- th better. Mit wMt
wat. lot a I.S -i WiLa
bs p03Ia, ate.a, set emw
to be o f nAn he t "7% Ift
ftemall son=" ed pirn mv


not dieafsta at a&.
Kodol Ins aZ et m U
you coum me digodogese
partlc of tooL sta &Rklmut otbe
wlass "MteM4be InmOur -I I de
Yau wmulk noww sM u tsew
as we 4
Nat.,, MAlKOM wt lwI

That Is what RIedd ses-4 th Me
steiadk. whilthe sMeinbr

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FOR SL.LU U 3WArL.&T.& D Xa3OGQZ


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We will list your property
the sale--then char
mv'R mll


, find the buyer and make
p only Five per cent.
Pol-" arMV air


Business, Reaidlene or Famnia Property


...ARTISDE a WEIEBI
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The growth of this Bank isp rod co-

clusive that its busint ss is being con-

ducted in a manner highly satisactory

to its thousand patrons. We would


ai;reciate some of your business.


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SGA'NL:VILLE NATIONAL BANK

C. A. FAlI YIH.' Cashier


wwwuAwu.lt AN M AMAIM MusAM


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TELEPH


The Log Distane System


One of theo met valuable feature
Of our service, to our subcribers and
Io the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the xtanesive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as
sociated oSll Telephone Gampanse.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the even States In
which we operate and In addition can


3peraSIng to various meet"ieo of to
country, are uaa i arr In ti -p-
mont Iand their mAthS aof Spet
citing.
Only by reasa of ata Iea Ies
arrangement betweIn tIlhe ag TGl.
phone companies lait ps I lbe to s to
a sell Telephlene late aunywora,
ask for "Long D itanac" and be put i
cammiunlaaeto with aImelm any pal


connect any telephone in our seytem in the eonatry.
with lines extenong to any other city Tnis vast network at f wte rmd1
in which a Sell Telephonoe system la nog threugheut the asl to I" 1
operated. a -lly in cnem rseo and fo C lal pup
These long disaca,, ***e are of Ute o*e U the banker, the farmer an
moot modern and improved ,enatrue. ; staene in all walUki of IfW 1Sd
tion and are maintained at a high plant here li an Impertantn Ink lt hi
tate of effa;iency. The Sell system, jroat shaln.



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and Telegraph Company


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'Ma a ad I Is a brick and

iO ti a ~d te of he rre tectue
t ^ ad ba.d it t osto khewe

IL sl1 Ial and of ale" ol tbo

"The Ie* as uar m no kwtasHckman
n% Ii a brk aRod sma l strue-
M o the --e stry of architecture
l mans ldi a a whl It U three
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Mea d ba fet-by u acrfeet la ie*.
ia h-t earer a t ios aof ba
b e sIMF IMos oby thirty ft
W is whi 0i tho. wis some excel-
ae at. T rd of twhe students
e ila sd t bn wood ao d heprt
1111% dmw ts ot
Ist aessiL aN are mosl defargh aI
s ia d a p. The as to blodrably of

te rids. u tpos which e Univer-
ais aas ed. isa argery tallof a
la we" of t he eunrt ouse at

"no... s.. .e. _oe mile west
ad a afMgi h Ldord and twelve
(a) a mOal hard. Thoe cam us ai
a nM seighy (it acres tr the
981U earnr ra ti b Idy of ad
Me Is -emly ....sell.. the city.
wsl wdHi It seaou sed by a well-
paved street. T roe of tba. round
i Inteaded to be se fr bth. 'l-p-ri
egSWatis er ad a odel tars, and
I s(ad by a oaeal r nbe admirably
t Itheseo Purpsm. Upo
0 -- sa- a rchiarty hail afd
me modem doriores hae bees

M*Tbe bsed b admtais trad a
ed di mgm purpese. The i**
the doVwoywamgem froer
a" rto S aI. by the, sn of
Oamle. wIe also ded t the
INSMIAM lhty lhmmmd dolase
IM.M) I amob. Wbesdesa reeie to
IIniIIlq ds mst6ewt. of
bees at la of afd


A careful examrnatio of the class
roea was aede ad we food that
in sons Imsms the reoms and labor
ramrde were well supple with ap
p-mms Sf the proper Instructio
at te students.
'W rmm In the dermooarie are
of gm e ad m at e wellstly ar-

tvry where ther were mes i-
de&W. of hmeale rresdlag show-
be t~ t* etedeals w thmselves
emMLs e mw thi th r beat eurt
mid be et ed ito studies.
W In and- Wder i ev-


my ebs Ing mI Mass
IsbAr of lmsj mwll tbe& a a**
to ID beI a *t aof do aG 1 os


med tO s MMm l r aspn aoutrM


Weo v ry ramm h to bele te
-t, twI Cal rky loc ate nis

db th IeL Te Stateoa tLhe boys
Wf8 a mbmit 8imd paeIso State In.
rl-es a d lmeIlg especially in

0e haIve W)rO hr wmlch they hope
so -a b theil degree. O ce the pen
sIe da Pirw realty that dere we
b the besr er ae good as the best.
It wl beemem the prWie of all our
etles, mad o longer win our boyr
go t other Sates for an educatlo
that they cam obtain at their own


Lwas eRstI.

v.5 as sthr buIdingslp


building a
moh M--f--


tee people iftg aa alog nc e n oI
the afect-d road. and it Is to be
boped that suec difer-..es may be
amJnbly si tled In future without the.
demoralisatinl of husine"s aIMdent to
a tkie-p of al trains.

Oovernor Gllchrist has appointed
ofeers of Palm Beach county, recant-
ly rated by the Lgstalatare from
a portion of Dade. a recommended
by th Demeoratl elecetive ormitR-
tee of te ew county. The Gover-
nor's preference was that the officers
be -sam throu h a primary. bt
stce the at creaetg the coauty will
beome *rffetie before two primary
eleeth eesr be eld acordiln to
th rstatu, he had o alternatve
ether thea to blw the recomeada-
tie t the -mmittee.

Dr. G. A. Numsally Las resigned t
preiency of Columbia Collee at
Lake City ad will remove to Rome.
GO.. July let to accept a chair on
Shorter College. Dr. Nunnally was
the rst aad oely prenedet Colum-
bla College has ever had and his
multitude of Florida friend regret
tht be has eea It to sever his re-
latios with the lastitutlono. The rewlg-
atloa hba been accepted by the
board of trustee, .

8om me%. however talented and
accomplished. never acucerefd In life
hbile others no better endowed ment-

ally or educatlonally win ucc-ess In
everything they take bold of. Per-
baps the reason lies in the fact that
those who fall have no snap while


theA nhers have.


a we feel will be provided at an. _
early date.
^ d.'- The d*f-al of the Pios-llas county
"We vted eery department of Tbill by the l loature indlcatsco that
the farm. and each member of the btht bl dy it not diaturdid t crctate
coamttee eas say to you that our
pect.ofl d the same imirressed us more than one new county pIr i .-.
with the act that her.e hav a son
pite of land perfectly adapt fd fto,
the purpose contemplated by th* lg'n-
eral government. and tt needs ,ni. The. real rs of thi, papl,.r ~ill !,
for our people to reali..- thb adant- Ilea-.1 to I.-..r ilhat Ith r. at 1.a-:
age there to b olt in.-E t t' fil 'h' n !r-**a'l.d 'i -.*:.- tha .ir- h"I
ehool to oterfloling. Thae vay of two-' ahl- to curs- i all its .-tai -
haphazsad ultltation of th" *oll Is .tt.1 t'at L-' (Cata h. all'. ('arjrrh
fast passing away and a car.-ful amd i'' r. h. l, Il ttir, kn,)l
lutellige-nt husiha dr) is takin I it ,to l n 'i t .al fr.,' at.r ('.ai:rrL
Itla T This does not a ,pll v to th, bi'l ;a ('Itt*.' 1.;! .i I-*. I
cultivatlo of the- soil alon.. but to ,l'':' a ,i '-tIin' t re..-n ,ut
every departa.-nt of farmn irndustr. arl ('. tlA ir
from the de.lkious frut i that .bh", ld all. a" t m c" d ir'' -*t: tin* l1th.. l'* ,l
grace our table. to i4, r. rth(r iprod- and a Iiurou. iurf'-:<- ,,f th.- i'
uct that grow u to utak, up the -ir there r .--t.roting ti- f.uiinatlt.u oI
cese-fl farmer and fruit grows.r the- id -'a-I a'il g ii thl *-. It
-trr. tlih I. lIIildltal up the" cc irliti:
"All the member of this b commit t L, t.init i t the i1
t imsa i l aI ; 'l t 11 n litiur't u 1 tee bavIng had more or lilas .l.pe work Theli prilprietor s ha, :
rtiee In farming, stock raising. faith it cirat- I tt th
fruit growing, and othbr Industries- ff. n
on the farm, would again endeavor
C-ap. that it falls to cur,- S -ld for


to improesa pon your mind the. in
portaace of the work be-tnl dun'- at
the EIperiment Station farm. and i'e
urge each Imember of the I.e-gslatur.
to arrange to have tbe etx -rilua-n
bulletin sent your constituents In
such numbers as will disemlnate
through your county the practical re-
auls obtained at the statloo
"We feel that a great work is bt-
Ing dome here which will redound to
the blood of th. 8tate. if you will pul
your friend. aud neihliors In touch
with the Exlerime-nt ltatios I.
Lterefore recoumnUi'.-td that the-re- Ih-
appropriated hfr lth Hilat I'i.irsalty
sad Kauprliurist atiotl theI folios
lac: Por thel blinulUsi t-giutiilin, Jul>
1. lNoY, and enadlg Jun. 3 I#11. 4 I
&ao;: campus Iluiren.-iients. 8 ,ti .
*arn*rs lontitute. l',.mi.. total.
Itu.ouo "
The alroprlitlet recommended for
the State ColsU for Women at Talka-
baAier aainats to $ o500o, for the fol-
owaing poupw s: Por current ei-
poeas.. Ta.u00; camp* improve-
amet. I.4;, maitarIsm. t7.600.
Rhr Mthe Pora Aricultural aad
Meebeakal College for Negroes the
ollownla aIropnrlaUo to resoem


tt'let InMWik Addrs-s.
1r J. ciiE~NE V ('&O Tole-do. 0
Sod It) all druggk'a ;.-P CqtI*Itp
Take Hall'a Famli" I'll fur coustiu
lst liD

If you have foud anything see H
N Is advrUsed l th Want acola .

mmI LUOII WINE
Ian loa I.r un.-Jr,
I 'aw 41 bas-l g .-a 1. s.l'
'e~a.SaD6. SI. W(IiU ..UII Yin
raraC i~i2~- r6.81 I.
4"d & awmg0ew
I. LOrd*.* let ill.* VISIP
p *arI.. g. 4a
t w 3V416bi*


L. L Sm Sm. Suesv


TlO PFa-S4les Vi Aee.


L E. krber, d Tru1%r.


TYPEWSRITER


ALL KE IUUFU
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Write for Priw", Terms, Etc.

L C. oVIS & C.
A4 Wrot Bay m.
JACKm )tVILLLE, FLA.
W. L. DjENHIAM. Agmt


T (o tre West and corthaure.st.

O qDixie liver and South Atlantic Limited.


I i im.
a t n.
.' a. m
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JI p a .

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12.0 s. m.
.47* a.


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A. Wi. tanjimj
Ar. a-tr Hauie
Ar Pensit g
Ar. CIAirban


Ar. Louis% Me
Vr I.4#J 1. 0 d-
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L. & N
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7 a p. m
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P f.1 T F .f''.i I. ... -f.
I.E ~ Hj Ii r .ker.; :.r clar, Ja I a. &. b. tt.x.. 0
LianavilleL
I .r ro r mtosnto arm a I trfl.r 'f 1! 1 -alln -n mly. ti A. 'W. Fritt, P P A A C '
at I Myay t.,Jca.if., ., ~. ~t L


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SAVANNAH. COLL'ME
RALEIGH. RICHM(
PHILAI,




SEA BOA III





ONLY LINE la
Jack ool I

For fulI l oeemMI


BOARD

,ine Railway

BIA. CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES,
OND. WASHINGTON, UALTIMORE.
IK.l'rIA, NEW YORK


I) EXI'RESS

Sl:A I)A I) MAl

I PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

rating Daily Through Sleepers
'ille to New Orleans.

OWa ~ t e e1eraftO iasll aftI as
Swrfto & C, iOLOTON, Jr. AMssitat
iok des&eNltvteOlwrw


Curres t aeaoses for tI


'-y mv T -v w u u


U


h


SellrattS SW& or lsI; ngrteuU bIeflI
Sa aw y bo. 1G.*; hubmaly.
rY at nL r r to aw P SP--s maL IS so.u
VWa GEL ft a- epam. emi te mLDumb m- Mind l..-
Oo n e to aeever tet atSt AuguIn@:e Crvetp cs-
on" at Of almrn. tr the Iopees for dtire)ers. W equip
th eacmaus be larie an meat of new buildlag. $49w# esfal-
m e.be o*ertd witbout"t'am. r
evw n 4 Mwih a a 4ol4m pm. wv- ( An n rtr-rtr4.rttk om r! lib
*m view. We hot,. -quo urm tb- rmxmiead !rc( equlpping the State
ftd 4d Coere r.ert. as ft ca-sr. rise rang
IF -P inesber y" te d s -Utbu
T o i in eewas partiar Tb.wn n-u oo! lb st'lemmnt of Me
Improend .kb the brad and ots Georrga Ualk-ad strike %as re.elaed
proemI'we "pla In the work so far with p&~sni and satlfaction evory.
IThe two bedWfug. where. r a time It se*med that the
oreed are Impo-ing ara ar pLanted dfffo-rvu"4 #.- ar .r t v -*-!, the ral-
'Itb greatest ar,. to emov ti.. na1 -*e rd and It. s-r:*-e- would craus-'
.4 the VmfverrdU of lrrda. and the; mathb Mood-ob'4 dani n)ih 41tn(rt-
-b fd tw under hic b Me u., sin" e owing to th.e racial aqnvtoa in-
bw begt: Given briht wralom fovolvrvd. A h It I1. m'ch Inrhonven-
tow Waftr.I ao- sadprilat"of was ford upon


- AALb


mammmm


***="-*-*********


"I"


Snow Linim--t





Ri Siwrab, unrAm, Lm

Give fra Trd and beC osed.
_=m Ths M Ps.a5, .m0d $1.00.oo
MALLARD SOW LIIMENT CO.

aeld and Recomerdemea g

WTapa JaOnvi Se ai





Tampa & Jacksoville Rail'y

IIFmmI DKDC 1. Iu.


Leave Osnewville for Minopy, Fairfeld and lo-
cal points south ....... .............. .. 10:10 a
R tuning, arrive Gainville .. ........... 4:2 pa

LeavO Gaineille f rSampson City, Palata,
ake City, Valdota, and allpoints North 6:00 p

turi arrive ainesville ...... ........ 9:30 p


' 1 ." k


Traiiis I laily


meAded:










1111 DAILY SJN: OADiEMlr ijK. FIAM)AMIA. JUAIS 1, 1939 I


TUE


'W'm-


GmuImNuE


LOCATED IN MAYMANSI UILOING
FOR TODAY ONLY.

Large Number of Citizens Have Al.
ready leen and Admred Its
Many Advantages.

The C:alli,-. nIr. !, 1 ,)entl, ha-
tie. i tatla l.hh, tK .. : i:i i lie


lia a .l -a 1. II .1 I ,I i -. l
l-'r.- it r li itt --, of fill j1laiti-
l 'i 'lhe ii. ritt ocf tt*' I1* w i .,* *-iieion.
It to re.: Ili one of tho' I t aindle.r
liaca id rtil:t he-re for a:ll to e and
IntItl-rt. nall th-ing a!!owed the'
prirvih-.* ol holdin- <)con%\,eriation
o\er the 'phones through lldank space
nlid wall., and will. in time. hiTcome
a very t lnlxrtant f(artor i, lthe tr.ni.-
mission of nia,!-.aes,.
The company are now Installing a
system of the wireless In Portland.
AMine. and theyv baton recently been
granted a patent from the 1'. 8.
Government on an Invention to the
phone which will greatly revolution-
lie the business.
Communication has already been
held successfully over this new
'phone between Philadelphia and New
York and the company which have en-
gaged In Its sale are now preparing
for a circuit all around the Atlantic
coast.
These gentlemen who are demon-
strating the new Invention have
been In Tampa and Jacksontllle
and arrived here on Monday. but will
leave this afternoon for Ptensaola.

To avoid tsrious r-spylts take
Poley's Kidney Remedy at the flrht
sign of kidney or bladder clisorder
eurh :.-s l.ackache. uaiiin.ar. Irregulari-
ties. exhaustion. and vou will srm pon
well. Conminitice taking Fole'- Kid
ney Renlme. today J. W\ M.Oillumn
& Co.
As advertising finds the best market'
for everything else. by not for you'
personal servtct.

Hlar-h physics r,-act. .weakln th-.
bowel (cause chrlomle 'coi-til.ltli.


IkuiaL s ReKulets ol.prate ,.-Itlyl .
th* tellonia'h. culite coatih:etion.
Ask \,ir druggRi.- for the-ni.


tonei
.-o -


GAINESVILLE


FURNITURE


COMPANY


lilac i)f


I( k II ddi WKS~F N

I UG(


RIF ItIG E It AT( 0 1 S


anlt beet Wood SMovv&!a' ll
Ranlgea r4ol4 inll thu. -tc-tioill.
Fint-sJt line W\hite Spreat;L-i.
St Sivits, Towtd4 UlanI I'illow


Fw an wedk uy we I
ml doecuubanted 515 Sutur
mum Mattrein af 813.56.

rw,.u.I Crete.Tick b
UPg CONabb.inMof r8m5.45
-ePinu$86.56. cal


TMIUE ClUEIfTU ES

dtmdrr ltad aith no a

Weebb "u


*** -** g-e., Zr. .icn IWIlUwI W'n4l
l-ert man.
After the ceremony the bride aHc
I-tx)m depicted for High Springs a:,J
Jasper, where the groom has rela-
tives. They aeturued to Alachua yes-
terda.. and till wake this city their
home. *
Miss Lewis was one of the efficient
teachers In our high school. and ba,
many friends here who wish her all
happiness. psible.
Mr. McCall is the popular cashlqer
of the First National Iantk of Alachu:a
and has hosts of g(x)d friends all uOer
i ie a* t111 c.
The News extends congratulations
and best wlshes.-Alachtua News.


The Lyceum Course.
IeK-gardlass of nunir-rous disap lpoint-
U n iNl .mti'ld iisfo'rtliiiie-., I .- Itian
it'. ;,s t i i. i' ii ll ii ll .- r e tli
.1 :i l 9 I :iii|, tlr. I.i t ici.itli i,'r 0 1t.
*!. coti' e. 11 il Sid L.andoll lio was .
'; h -l hI. ei d :diI I' tl:c;i.c ltie II t
la: rieL Iili, .t 'I I' i,.-it y aj
,, ;,r ;e .i i ;1 it I :.' I'r ail.a ti hlit.
.1 'li. 4 i. 1 1'- aic I \.'ilt'!; -' (-trciicic


-'taIt *. i 1 I.t


\c l* c ~ eti h~a\ -


! I- .>ri II.; I Sid .a- 1. i- < a'l I
1i\ tl. t* V Ii k I. ll : 11 1 .it-
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h. ar latin aiwl t o it t Iiit (I
Pl'a r \ t I t \\ ui.1 v ,:I ;tlr iii.k tlI





,:- .it) tell ur tl u ,., ,f tlhi ei-
lightful' rI | .tI T h.- co PittI w ) q u,'f
\p1 J t- l I (I, t kof t ,his. b us l r a, t. oI








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i A \ i.e to ri ( tIr re' i t I Iii. till
1, I ric 1il t iihli I i' tri. 0 iI e i It










t i a i t h % ocur lUIAg j W, (,N lcllla

Secur a teanst for that lvacan
ro through a classioed ad <
IghtIll *Ir. it r T i' ,,x o, ihi- ?



















The Su-.
l ioi i ae to. thsa 't a 'v
i inj a ;tl ed' t hilWest e .m-.
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Iecuro a tlosmt for IhMt vAlB


It to edv atl d I t io W l oot ~ *"


Were Stolen From DBrn Sometime
Curing the Night.
Sometime during late Saturday
night or early Sunday morning some
thief entered the stables. of R. P.
Dupree and stole two fine hores and
up to a late hour yesterday he had
gained no trace of them.
One of the animals was a rather
large hay mare. with a white* spot
on fr,;t riAt fi(t t. hhile the other
was a very small mare pony and only
alout five years old.
How they managed to thus gain
admittance and get the animals with-
out attracting the attention of some-
one staying In the house or store.
both of thliich are It(ated in front of
his lot. I a myt(tery.

S. A. L. Early Bird Extension.
.1 \W Satnd r,, th. sur-cessful Early
lhird fdrlnar ;tan l -tocknian, wa.s Iln
th.* cilt t(lda< and said the S. A. I..
railroad lhad It t II.< contract to ex-
tlild it-. liii- ; i. ll- --,th of F..rl%
liird Ito a Ila'. c- ill. d F-lica, i. (n 'itru-

Mrr S~nde'r-. aidtl thin roatrac;t wa-
Ilt to eitlhhr Mr Aei,-r.-an of Diu-
ien llmi. or .Mr M:areu- of Iitrtow, and
hi. olbj,-. t he ie ~ ;:1 to Ilt.('oi a t>abl,
"lct' \ flii l "l l '
"r!, etc., a'aIaI IF ite S ,' tie- .t
I. ;it It ( k 'prl;a. :ned i;.I-a. alolig
It,. ;i -t -i. of I'l.. Itia ;:i l reo~-
th.. \W\'itlhla)cw, te :at t Ii n miuth Thi.-
t\leniio %in lll rI iii ru v all th, IniMlort-
;iiit lpho~ihaite min- n in that action.
--4( :ila Si.r. ."*t# h

The aig Head
In of tao kind.i conei-lt and the,
hlig ht1 ad thal t ea .flnat a .iA I ;adl
a80'he 1 e-' otUl I. ..,i *.,.r f* ',l 1 i% "
a gourd and , -air" Yeou C. (. iire itt ill no tinar b)
naiact g on otuir lte r uith lItalliard
I1. rliti, I-,i t It worth trying for
t I. ab-olute- and r. retain relief you'lll
g. t d.14l \a 1 Johin la
lan't there something which only a
wait ad. can do for you today?


Miss N. Norton -


huldtK WsksS~btuel
hIemlf, She S Picti.e

wu lctm FRU 0 ,6.

as UtLibi anrd,
GAUSVt LZ FLI~~W

SES. W. MEUNNT



Tuner and RehuA&der

Esimatm Fnmiu'hrel Prmptil ad Al
Work (iazmanto.
Rrevrrv-nc: Add lrwm:
Ieve. FielaitiamnuCo. GAINESV1LIL,
1.14t1,E-n A &Bate* iLA.

Kiccja your eye on the want ada.
There ~ nay be sofLethlug adver-ttsed
which Is pf Interest to ym


U


That when you purchase Real
Estate nowadays without an
abstract you purchase "aa mt
ill a lag." An abstract diaws
up iy u nill IH MN po"t
you on the Title-inform you
of the details; nectMUry o
know about the property be
fore purchase. A oa
IM in hh Wlu
aburict : : : : : : : :

i oALACMMCni KVRIf, CI
(aivillHe. Florida.


THE SUN AND MEIRCUANT C-IMIMATE

CONTEST VOTING COMPON

000 FOR


5 V O'rES


For


Adrw
This Coupon a ay Ir cast at Thew Sun AW b or at eitlr of the store cos-
onewte with tel rootrot. NOT GtN)I AFTEI JI'UNE I 1900






HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.


;ErIN TOUCH


WIT I I


DAVIS& OVER


M,


-fIlK-


Biinies, WOW$
m h#ATurn
cervixm uiasurliin in Ut livwy lus.
brttrr tr I u on loom aai eIiwu-tk
meatmm wiplretr anl up-ke-da wntaths
in 1w houtbb.

Davis Oliver


WISLESALLE


Groceries Grain
TO THE TRADE ONLY

No Order Too Lar e
M1 *i


r;


(nm~E


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I


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on. sro%,r.s


u anMam bimiiDEPrSET SERIES



S a'L" sa"-? c S BUILDING TO 8 ERIECTEDO rO
saws ease disppear
whei themkidneys are MON. H. L. ANDERSON.
ot of l r or dm.
ense y t leh
Knev trouble A tore and Office Bulddng Wall
that it is not uncom. Replace Present Wood
mon for a child to le
born affected with Structure.
ai eak kidneys. If the
child urinatestoo often. if the urine scalds
the flesh,r if,. wenYI t'en 1ichd re1'esan $ i II hni. e. ha- r d tth. i -oa
age when it should li e ale control the I
pa.-ge, i it vet nqlictt- w ith led-wct-. I 1;t t from L I.. Atld. r-',l ,f ('ral
ting. Idepentiupon it. thercau of(th-eiliti-. t r the e. tl i on of a lti'i, n- husuI-
culty is kidney trouble, and the first i:;.c lHa, 1 k to) Ice iut iu in itht city
step should be towards the treatment of at onc.
these important, orwin. This unpleirant at (. ,
trouble is due to a i acasled condition of lTh-- elat for this llding ha' e
the kiinevsand 1 .adelcr and not to a I)tn 'olilIPhl-ted for ei-t*' ,.i dal.-1S'. Iut
bahit as Vmot people amppose. the, contra t w as not a.iarlethd until
Wo-n as well asmen are made tmier' Fridal. ihen Mr. I.m.ni.sey was
atle nth Liclncv antl blaldcr trouble.
and o)th neer te sane g-ret remedy, aIarded the work. he Iing the low-
The mil l a Id the immediate effect of ,est Idddr among a large numlbr of
SwImpRootismionrealized. Itissold con|le.titors. This building will be
by "ggisits in fift- l o stores in height andl il cttain
size bottles. Younmay ,i be'al des the stores In the kloer fluor.
have a sample bottle office rooms and bachelor apartments
by mail free, also a in the upper story.
pamphlet telling all
about Swamp-Root, -..- Outside of this large contract. Mr.
including many ofthethousands otesti- Dempsniey has also received a contract
mon ial letters received fn sfer for a $:..000 building In Williston that
weo found S P l -Rot to be r. he will start to work on within a very
& Co., Bialhamton, N. Y., I. su ad short while.
nmation this paper. Don't mak. any He states that during all of hbl ex-
lhmer'ss mnp-Rioot, msa the ad r m
lmehas sw N. Y., e- o hmtth found business so encouraging. and
that during the past week be has
MaCALL-LEWI. estimated on over $70.000 worth of
building for Galneevllle parties alone.
Last Sunday niorumg at the home and he looks forward to one of the
of the bride's father In North Ganes. most prosperous building seasons
ablle. Mr. G. W. MetCall of this lcty In the history of the State.
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me.' -* '1 '"1 ,4lip <>-o f all |Ir AttorneyGeneral-Park M. Tram. aa. I, r,-nl. (it f t-r) nltire ai l di..
mell. Tallaha-Fc. - Commissioner of Agrfculture-. I rE or to th. coidtiuct of al hIrtu i
clin. Taliaha rse til.l or <>ul i.,r To hu\ ell.
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CIcr't anJ A iJ;itur :-. 11 \\h tv.ge. r If t ft r ( 01fo' I 'l lto
le 1 r -.iwi. .11 I i.. |li\ of th '
Supt. Public I::-tructii in lI1 J. L : Fi. r.- .l niith, liz i li'h I for
lC. ltll (ainezt. illle. ti .i4 ;!il (of th!ii< ;i.4 r, .ir.tt 4it.
81e nt i -* i ilm < ,, \r -l li i n- -Th,,- i, iolnt of capital
S' -tock 'f tlii. to)r,..r;atlon hall hke
County> .I.gi- l. 1I. \ N.: ,:,. ..it. 1, 1 0o M lin:ii Flvy. Il:itclrd, d Thouaard
Sille. I I lars i :. **. lia ide-d Int(
Tax As.essor--\W. Colon. Galnes- 'ha're of One Hundred Dollar-
ville. (l1 "l, .0) ach. All or any of sat(
T, Coloc..r-. W. D I( capiltnl -t,'ck of said corporation na
Tax Colloctor-W. D. Dicklnson. liable In or Isaued or ured for
Gaineisille. tbhe purlpo. of prolwrty. laloor or uwr.-
Trtauurer-J. D. Uathesop. GainO*. Ices at a Just valuation thereof, to be
ville. fixnod by the Incorporators or by the
urvor itt C RBoard of Drectors at a meeting call-
uipervisor Registratio--J. C. Mc-(ed for that liurpose.
Urew. Gainesville. Article IV-The term for which
County Commissioners-John 0. said corporation shall exist shall be
Drmpier. Chairman. Haue; 1 net.V-line 91.~ ears.
Twnnd. mviI W Articlhe V.-The officers of said
To nsend. Campillle.; W. May, crloration shall be a President, a
Archer: Cha. W. Summers. Trenton; Vice-President. a Secretary and Treas-
O. P. Cannon. Galuesville. urer. to be elected by the Board of
Members School Uoard -- R. n Dlrectors,. and a board of not les
k. .in. than three 131 Directors to be elected
Weeks. Chairman. Hawtbran; J. W by the stockholders. The same per-
Moody. LaCros; 0. W. Miller. Pon may hold the office of Secretary
Trenton. and Treasurer. Any of the above-
otatt sematr- IL M.L MeCr* named off cers may alo be elected
n. ,, ="Ge (,neral Manager by the sald Board
naesvTllol. of Directors. %
Members HouNse-yd L Carter, The ,oflcers of the said corporation
Oalnesville; T. A. Doke. Santa i. who shall conduct the business of the
__ corporation until those who shall be
elected at the first election shall be
Ctty O utMr: qualified are Bailey F. WIlliamson.
Mayor-Horatio Davis. President; Frank H. Chase. Vice-
President; C. D. Dennis. Secretary.
Marsa-B. T. ArmoV. and Treasurer, and Bailey P. Will-
Tax Asessor-W. M. Bradford. lamson. Frank H. Chase and C. D.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis, Sr. Iin lnts as Directors.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Del, Such officers and directors shall be
F*le(,-Il onl the flrst Tuesday In Feb-
City Attorney-R. E. Davis. i eahn first T y in
Board of Aldermen-G. K. Broomr. Article VI-The hlihhest amount of
President; 8. J. Burnett, II. L. Phlfer. ind-t.tdnts or !iah.lity to which
H. 8. Graves, C. A. Colcl, ugh W. T. aid corlpration ca nlt any time sul-
P...ound, .. A .. ...j... c~t Itelf Is Two Million Dollars
Pound. J. A. Goodwin. I.,OO.) "
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay- Artnicl- VII The aid corporation
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton, secre- shall adoilr at corporate sel. and l ia
tary; H. F. Dutton, E. : Baird. J. H. arl-lt le Iai for tle gv.ernlmIniit of
Vida. it> ffa.ir not incone.l _.a '?artil I s of iniicirl)ratonl or the laws of
..... ... I l i, ',.;i,. c,,f o Florida. and th' e said d It-
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION ;I iiv a 1.., a, u.iide.d or repi,0l.aed
OF KRAFT PAPER COMPANY. l f" ftedIam tie lt tintl
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO \""' ,::. ;.: r. I
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1,1 f 4a u to ark is t ii oA I- %.sr ov. un IIo o I LW&&A
IinyUInSoyogfrm Onre slid ioMRhur wilii is, -1ir -01 L'ttie () IlbAfr "'Isdt w '"w" u
aud lie ta e ili, g toa, a d u a I or of 4it I kb or a r us t -, 8 41 lot. 1% 14 Ir It
IILL~~ I~llc1, ad P. I I I C I,. Wild Ie e w &40~llr o< :oot's u tw~flinwilid
ttlm &I'd other pro~ltfory a d alop~ur I. i o a r I SH0 1"S uilvoe
tMAa~ees &ad riIltsl. lulsaws and Tit* ftmsj'l belIW smewspil at the date of
Prist Urges penainius to an) rrud 11 of j im ruwbcb Ui Killed ~ U
(A tillit &bvvlls-1111atkee bualuess. ANd I isle "jod Cortifteatr Islstll ble red~v
1w th` P"PU60 Stafessaid to buy IWII ". ilild lu -Ow L&A de"I' ll Wallis "re'"
to ov let day ut Jull A. U 06o
hold- umwttpgt &Ud Ivaiw prulswrty' "Witeise oalle tell "Gole; WO 6t n a
rvul old gwremal. To wcivitt pa)- Sho lie% day of Mail A D I
mt**t fut cAP" stacit int this oom- 6 WLUIS
Myl to raVot or is )Fofrot, lawr il l M. 6 ( us% X4. Du Cm


TWO PIANOS AND A


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The following merhbanta will give one vote
for every cent paid into thcs eustablisbments for
goods which they handle:
Gainesville Furniture Company, Furniture.
Phifer A Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Medicinem.
L. C. Smith, Shoes and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions.
Saunder&s Earle, Groceries and Faed Stuffs.
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
P. Y. Smith, Freah Meata.
Crawford A Davis, Livery and Sale Stablee.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Brown House, Meals and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana Houe, Fruits. Etc.
Eddine Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertiliser Co, Fertilllers.


TII2E DAILY STN
oi0- eubrtheu V*ew rt-retae
$1.25-Three month' subscription .................. .... ....... vt 700
$J.50--ix mouths' sbscriptio ........................ 1,00 vet- 1,0o0 vwes
$5.00--Oe year's subscriptio. .. .......... .... .... .3,00 vets 4,00
For a club of ive on.-ysr subscriptions ("',,", I ).. .0,000 ve 16,000 v
For a club of ton sizx.oths'' sobeciptioas ( ",'l,-",t ,). ..30,000 ots
There is no limit to the nunlelr of club each contestant may seeue.

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00-One year's bshu ripltes....... ....................... ..... .
For a clob d Av easyear mabeiptimsa................. .. m
For aolab ofd Ui-year saiheIipUs ................ ........... ...M. w
There is no limit to the number of clubs each contesant alt a
elicitlu vtes y eMldates o fwiee w.11n r -e lim
aam 6bo. b ha


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DIAMOND RING


Total Cash Value, $1,000.00



To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The


Sun to Citizens of lahma Cetyl




Each Section Gets Prizes!

Contest to Cl Auust 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading boai- horMs
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different section. Thee
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prime similar in all respei thum-
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the'plae
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prices au follow: TO
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winner of the easaital
in the said districts, one certificate enclh for $100.00 which will be redeemaPne
cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, Dyto
or John Church Pianos. In addition to this they will give a eertiaste bgod r
$25 to all other contestants in the race, and will make special arrangements with any
one to take care of their paper on all purchases of instruments at the ash prim .
T *L -'iiAL.. e i Will emilrace the city and suburbs and becoas
16 e UUlNlkl fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this district will lhe awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RINO.

Eas and Southern Will comprise territory from
.41iI iUl WanttUll banks all points east and from Iio
clelle all joints soutlh-W-allo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Canipviile, Mi0anop,
lake View. Tacomaa and all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

iai ----J M tL----- tin Will compe all stations from
Western and Northern Section 11.h Ifn'
SHagu" to high Springs, Trenton,
Wannee, W'il(rox, Bell, NewleYrry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered
hv thi a:rea. O)\jF: 1'1INA .


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.g the c yvtesirday. For a number
years bh conducted a wery suorceis-
fill and insftasle farm near ltcbll.-
tou remoted to Kvinu-ton. shere he
in similarly engaged.
1:%crso'pow weuq bI d tool l -fit. d tP
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to attend the suday school couverl
ties the r t. .I'ntl s fW t Ase oa-

Paley' rFse and LTar s especially
fer bymmeadd or chronic throt are."
l Ing troubles cad ma saferers froan
bramelt ir rsehma and coEns ption
have ad cornfort and relief. by us-.
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largesllt melo growers of this lart of


in thie M tonrt- .jjq?


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MtI WTE LAurN UIEIIS I
In fine sheer quality of 15I value ...Itk Our 12 1-2 and 1. quality Linenem, in
KILLARNEY LINEN-Tlis seamon's white and all the de-irable colors; very
most popular fabric-can be lIad only at serviceall and good valuee--Mondav
WaUms'x Monday and Tursday..... l and Tuclday ................... 1l


"s a* Wsh its nal Skirts S

Si W96 Ir 1 Or dft
r I gSo reasonable in price you cannot af.- L U k P
Shiiwat mron l ford to make them. Variety patterns--
hm. You e m own regular 25c value.
a eat one for about New Collars, Jabots, Tourist Ruching
ball prim. Good Children's Fast Bl'k
yles and nicely Lace Hose, a 25e
d... WE GIVE VOTES value for.......lk


40 and 50c Batites, Lawns Linen Laces and Insertions, val-

and Crepes, 2-values up to ues up to 10 and 12 1-2c yard

5 yard. : : : : : : : -Special Mon.andTues. 4c Td


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9 SUITE A~lANC


To ram I tbhe south Atlantic
Lague yestorty were as follows:
Charlot $o. Jaeksouvl. 0.
Iavanah 5. Wu-pbl- 0.
Assu"a 6. Mattaao ga.
Maem I. Colutbus 2.

If ts wort mor to someone else
baa to ou-mo matter what it Il-
a waat ad. wlUl be a ood lavestmetL
Twenty pounds course ianulated
.agar $1. or 1 pounds f Le for $1-
tither on thirty day. John Chesnut.
We. do not know of any other pill
that is as good as IkeWitt' Little
karly HRiers, the famous little liver
Aill -ul Wil. gentli-. pileaant and ure
,,illh ith a rIeputatiCon Hold by all
*:UKsI. t*.
R. L. Murray. who has beaa t waiting
un New York State for the past three
weeks. returned to his home here yes--
te-rda) asd will at once resume his
icPitiul at the White House, much to
the delight of his friends among the
tra l -I K > Iublic
Miss Nannle Lawsnou of Fors)th.
Ga. bho has bee-a aptending the- I at
winter here with tbe family of W.
H. Cassel, departed yesterday for
ber horn- She made a large circle
of friends ho will btx |lleased to
atLn welcome her to the* cit
Tbere are amaly ImItaltiuon of DI.-
Witt a (arollsaed Witch liaxl Sal\
IleWiltt' Ia the original. 114 ure.
)ou set Lr'IU-Wa Carlblir-d \lWatch
Hila&-I alts w hen y ou ank for II It
Is Ioimd for cuts. burnia ail Ilruls. .
and 1i *'-IMiaCil) tll di f b) all drugllist.


lia"e Grot l aIr' (Olde-st and bt-t.


(;Gou coa.. I buaaduseUeiv of ilutaij a i& i
.Mid i c Itir a uu l i, S m t 5 r I I Cto 1r5-A
lietse COIwAO l1.-t l to S *4ljte el.-14
I.Arlath 1 No, S a4eve-of Wtt .ri-ca lea-jA .it
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l00 RIaNT.
FOR RINT--Ose *Ix-room and two
Iae room cottages S south Gaines
vlle. Apply to Cola Factory offce.
FOR KRET-Four-rtuo fiat. furnlih-
ed or iinfurnit.ed. for light hout
keeping. gas and el- AIllv SHin off it
FOR ilENT-Nes ruuDi c(ttav ,a!j
nlodlrn 'onveuieuces. 'sHi lK. ('ourt
str.-t. Appl,'l A IAdbt.tter. Jer
s*. French Panoo Store.
FOR RENT- Pive-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights. bath room and all
modern coovenleaces. Apply at this

(1;: A.r 0R R N. L'- it- room
hou-< i Suuln GaiiUa1b\ill. lot 262
by 2ow. ft. convenient barn and sta
iMI>. A.ply to DraytoiI A'tra. 1'. 0
Itox :'7:

FOR ALL
VOR SALE-New six rooiua twou-tory
house within two bhloki of .luuar
Apply 407 W. IaJM)oni htr.*tr.
FOR SALr-fteautlful ab slt ton.-
laed refrigerator s hi h hat, uul
been used tau see-ks (aularuil. 1>1>
pounldh of I(ee O)li rk ar.n f0r a.*lI
luK I' on accuint iof size Mr- I)
0 Edward,


TTEUlK PATT EM


MEDICAL.
QUICK RESTORATI E for lost man-
hood. Satisacton guaranteed or
meoy refunded; 50c per bottle.
8oM by W. M. Jobmeor

TM CAN SAVE MW T
B1 ha\ ianj your ho rr*id m by MOR-
l ('I1N,:, tu1A i-tat oIgonu A lbor-
Maker. Wall a-w Mun**, in 24P minute,
wrlil. you wait-frnw of charge if not Uat-
irfrtory. r -,, .'N.
Shuot aI door to Lit* i b. W Liberty St.


ITS FRESH RT AMT
The Bread. Pie and Cake you


eat should be nutrlt:ous. The
finest flour. ujMied with pure
rich milk and baked tI the
"purity fashilon.' nake our
goods the most delicious it is
possble to produce.


Phone 165. R. T. Schafer, Prop.

-MU1. McCCSRMICfl-

LLOT11 AT 501ku

N(W 4()PEN-
At Mrs. McCormick's Millirsry par
bra, Wet Side Court moume
square, QaInsville, F rida
A Coualbetv a&W tbnoea~b Ghj of UM
UOO It the Art of Utcry Ssalucha .11i t.0
I," b, by Mrs Mc( WCorva. wow i. a grsdgte
taoraby Art K).*stmg Conme rum& from
woto tbWr cmvth.. R&aressasaoWe Fur
perUeas c5U Om or &"#e MUK Ir. TU-
C)Uauua tlva kas... IVimad
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GAi N Iv L F ILORIDA


(Ca pitalI, $lxl,(KWHI~x


Murpil., $e;i bIn',


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