Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 2, 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: VID01685
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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luL. XXVI. NI. 9.9


tAIJNESVILLE. FLORIDIA, WEIDNESDIAY, .hIN*F 2. 19419


TEN CUTS A WEE.KI


WESTERN UNION WOULD


UmIN AFFY OAT BANNER TRUCKING YEAR
PARADISE MONDAY


FIGHT AN INVESTIGATION -W- -
TWO NEGRO WOMEN ENGAGE'


IN FRIt PtFGT.


To hea Frlther Coalptu of Via IleC Ti Warran--d and P- A -


leslnti rp to "PrkM" Li m TaMc


TALLAHAMEE. June l.-The Taylor-An act to require certain
passage of a bill providing for cer- sworn statements of campaign ex-
taita banges of the primary section peases from candidates In primary
law was possibly the most important elections, making certain require-
action taken by the House yesterday. mental in the form of ballots used in
aotside of the failure of an effort to primary elections, requiring certain
reconsider the vote whereby the duties of inspectors In properly identi-
Jackaomvllle charter bill was passed fying persons to whom ballots are
Saurday. gliveu la pilmary electlon., providing
The Heoue spent a busy day. for the absenting of employes from
though few bills were acted upon. their work on primary election days.
The effort to call up the bill provid- prohibiting candidates from making
Ins for repeal of a section of the donations of things of value, prohibit-
statutes relating to the making and ing persons from distributing certain
selling of pools at race tracks out writing against any candidate in the
of the committee's hands failed and primary on primary day. providing
it seem improbable that the measure for compensation of inspectors of the
will pass. primary in certain cases, prescribing
House resolution by M, Cash to for the violation of primary laws of
allow the enrolling clerk such aail.t this 8tate by oIlcials, electors and
ance during this last busy week as other persons, prohibiting the use
be shall see At was Iassed. or sollcitation of money to influence
House resolution by Mr. Harde primary elections. Including payment
stating that snlce the committee to of poll taxes; prohibiting tax collect-
investigate telegraph franks had n.v- or from receiving poll taxes trom
er been appointed and that the %. '. ersons other than the one owning t.
T. and stated that they would lght and providing penalties for violation
any investigation of they ird flh of the primary law by members of
any inveatllalion of th,-Lr nlh.
through the court.. alld alo iintl committeeses Insetors and clerks of
out one case in which Mr. Alexander primary elections and for the publl
had used a free telegrami, he. moevsd cation of thii act
that thib resolution be adoted. The. The vote wa finally taken and the
gentleman arcuied stated that he ha ll ed 4 to An amendment
never used a conilpli on any teleitraph. exre,'.. or r.il- cr('atic"' lnrly.
a coumany In his I.l anid that al.y ] The uieaaure s considered by
t accusation wa .fals. inaliy to e1W unconstitutional.
A Nreiination.
i motin li of Mr. ('falki r th e r uo-,gi
< \ i iullh .a id |t 1"r .r i; (Iirl r "


C('.. 0i1iaptio ai of alltiatile I tisa'.
a:.'..e' hillNo. :61 %%a- itr, 'cj

b: a irst.,110 ci No CIl~ai-, it) P~ ar

a-4 a a uajaimiit itin fe a aa tua fr
III. AII -elt of tail at uIt -III v a- call I.
u I : t 4 i t- it 4 lai urtr I- m d 1a ..m


tii 4: 1 t.I- to indelid andl rvead to the
Ilou, U 1. M.r Mal;iIe' gijuiig r.a
S~ ii-,', t, it li' tie d iotilhe r lie'iab.r of
the canallnitte. had fatlld to aurt.e
as to thaLI' ir1clr disposition of tl.e
Iill r p.n;:ilil. a i ** iat '- S ltai i i t l i.;aking atial *- 11
.Isg ",f Im< I'- .It .i .I track-.

I Il f l, I' i lf tl 1 < .i:t
%; *w v i carriedd.


Those Free Passes.


Iai.: i, r .vio rt ef i t:I;--Jiv I Mitia-ia n 1i-%i.Ntk, ec 1(i, tak ci. i
(NI? V A -t ti- Iii.'0. iw' t t i,:ular iard.I* rr iem c meiael ri
'.. re'jcur t doeet Ia I i t IiI..t -aae C eo ia.iaIli, V It ia. a t Ali (herula- % i it. te
of p.' 'i:i h risit .i %N1'-e -' ,,,-' ,i z mei 'e ', .:r


hlt u 'd pa-a-.' hall Ii. ii ul r '.4 it.
ig th-m. iwl, oiraI thatI IL, l.:tl noIt
U-'cei lthe'i wlihn.l rece.l\d. a:lind cthlier-
that thry aw-r, for 1 Igitia.isl, .r
1ce'. therefore tIhe ( llrliittel. c ml'l
tak. no respon-ililit. (if -La.hiKg whI:o
bruke the law anid iwho did niot. their'-
fore no nanlsc' w-re ,ubitlllliidl t t It.
iHon-c and the report of tihe. i.iltilt.
tei was recelle-d aindl '-reaid illsen
the journal, while the (',iiciilnea
tlonM of denial anid explanationima .re
re.cl\ ed but not sjre-ad upon the
Journal. thus ending in o i, an li
nanIl connected with Ipasiiin be-ing
put ipon the journal at anll time
The Primary Law.
lI 1 I. 1111l No 7,o.. .I, Mr ('.Cih off


Al.-l a inoti ,on I\, M (';irnl I,'r .1
-in- i.al .ordl r lor th,. bill todl.i li, lt
t>\ hle 'tlir Mil '
'nThr I,'gislatl% 4 x lt'il-. bill t-wing
riilrAroldu1d I, .% r t (iha,.. tihe Hlous-
aedjouenaied

THE SENATE.
Thirt% -fi. bills a erc. iaas.e'd ito
third re'adiilg Ib thl Sentiate and flf
-elin awre,' killed or iithdranlili Thi
I'. a Kigmd dau s* work and ke Se.nator tut)-y through Ith l tlitrI
forcu'oou and afte'rluon
Thi. Itais [ill, r,'latiit gto the Ipol -
ers of thu Stae ItKa llwa. C(onuilssl"on.i
wa a illilonlg tIhol.. alt (l UL0oli
Th.' Waggi'itic tillo to Ihl lrotectliuon


Governor Cilchrist Vetoes



Schools Appropriation Bill,


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ad, kut Trial Pefened Until
Next Friday.


Electric Peoples, a negro woman of
Paradise. was arrested and brought
here yesterday charged with serious-
ly stabbing another colored woman
by the name of Rachel Johnson.
also a resident of Paradise.
It seems that the women both co-
duct restaurants or boarding-bouse
for the colored laborers of the mill
and they became ealous over the
boarders. with the result that they
became involved in a general flht
that terminated with the above oc-
currence.
Owing to the weak condition of
the woman that was stabbed. the
case could not be called Tuesday.
but the witneames have all been
,ubpoenaed and the case will come
up for hearing before Judge Mason on
Friday, provided the injured woman
is able to attend.
In the meantime Electle will spend
the time behind the bars as she was
unable to give bond for her appear-
ance.
It has been only a short while
since these two women were engaged
in a similar scrap. but It did not
reach the climax of the present melee.
for no razors or knives were used.

of the gopher was one of the less lm-
iortant.
senator Heard introduced resolu-
lion i'etilu hours of Sftuate at 1
a. an.. ;: I. m. anid S:;.': p ni. *Adopted.
AiiIoiA the' bill.. co(iideref d on
third raeadilg .re th li' foullowlig:
Senate lil ll No. 3L.;. coliiilmittteeb ub
itlit, .'.. Ati ihorizinic tiai -fer of *64i.-
*4'k froin board of Itwalith fiiund to thie
lenii-ionu al funad 'To tldiri ri.l AliiK.
S. na Jitall No 7.'. iHindlrs',m.
' ,i. Ir. li g ia. rd. .al d t rii liluffs 4 ii
i !ii\<'led l. r r aiaffs. I11tllll i l l 1 I|K)KSt
i: ;' # 0 11 IN i: @,' ii i ii
., i i hrl
S. Iot SHill N.i :;,e. llunmphrie,...


IN GAINESVILLE SECTION


Mknepy Sll rst Car d CMdq ld S

n WMa Nlt wn wm451.

The following aote are taken a straighter line ad better esvie
trom the current Ilue of The New and father time between Oat and
York Produce News: GOalsvHyle. passing directly Uth h
The farmers of Micanopy. vlnaston Mkcaopy. ad wiN also pe ap eer
rnd Mclntosh have just lehed a ban- a thoueand acre e edood vIo tabe
ner year In cabbage. lettaee, eg laud whbih, no dosbt. w M eter-
plants and peppers, ad are n w wie IHe MIe for years en aes t
harvesting their cantaloupes 4ad a transportation.
w*termeloas. The *rst artla .of -
cantaloupes was shipped by W. D It proper o gsslati to n in m d Md
Robbitt & Co. This left Mlcanopy 1.406 aere more of ie trcLk* tad
Monday. May 25. and was consigned are opened Mleasy wi be me of
to New York ad netted the growers the leading shipplag p a to e
$450. The cantalokpes a this see- ate. BEvirst and Mela1iea al-
ties are particularly good. Most of ready large shlpllag potat. Pr
the growers planted the Netted Roeks. rlsvta lai tbe meltghbu Isd oif
The watermelons are particularly aeres of TegetaMas were aiped
good and are of large sise and very tan seamn. Three wer 100 ear f
sweet. They are as good as ever eataloupes shipped dalrtl t eo a
raised In this section. Carload ship. sa. They average $1 a crate
ments will not begin until next week. There ar 1M ea Wm atere
as growers are waittag uMUti they are to be shipped from thia plnat. Fr
fully matured, and by so doing feel I:clatesh, three mi anOth. dartI
they will command a better price. the seaso theWr were 6 eMd
The cantaloupe are runalng to a ears a cb4n .b, i4 llt' m Of
nice else, the vines are heashy aad a r. two of aoamberst. a f to
strong and there will be am even matesaa id e of algag
yield to the acre from every farm. veetables. P i-1 am f etahe a
There are comparatively few buyers were shpped P Irbutl, 4
in this vicinity and many growers *...
will market their crops direct. A The freight and *oepw r le fa
few olers of $22'- 250) per ear for from Micampy. Evitemn. MeIlo
watrmnelons have been accepted by And MBmatb are exoriteat. Takaga
-ome of the growers. Buyers who any standard bklhet, the frteA
,e(t their ni-lon, from this vicinity Mieaopy to CtlaatI A4 is 1l mad to
'-an ret n-aured that they will get AtlaSta a great deal less hul. 6.
their money' w orth. not only in The expreo rate fram viesia to


ni,'lou". baut In cintaloupps. The
cantaloilw.* are bringing $2 2..'o
crate In lese than carload lotn. SonlE
of th. c'antuilouiMe shlpljjr at Mirca
noly ;are' W. I ). ol-bitt & Co. and
Jto 1Silth. 8onw. t I in shipllrs arc,
the Melton l.umbe r Co.. H. R.
Stokes. K. K laili and It. E. I'ir
rls. Some of the watvrmt'lon shil,
I'rs at KOiEinston are. he-iltl'worth &
Sen. Smith ltrim. 'Wood & KEnas. and
*tl p -- -.. -


Greenvllle, S. C.. is e ea a rat
of ecucmbers, while they w sarry
the same crate to New York for me
and to Clnclnatl for 4es. J. .I
Simoutoa. who lives hee, says:
"What a market we ooM have it
the eTpress and freight rates were
proportionately arranged. You ea
'ake all the' %mall towns a the Car.
linas. and even in G(eorgia. where
large v'oluna- of our produce coue
-_ -- ... A .... .a- t---- -O-b.


Ft',r re licl of tax a!--e.-ors of lladi., I *" 1a i in&'Kntay. Ie nui,6Iu, ii Ui s I toM e porin
I low
Si .Lic,. (,>.c('lola. I.* ad Ith'Sotlo r se II not a great deal hbllir
,>it go, Kg ral ra,'nmi, fund ToI J. Ii. Scbhucidr & Co of New they illl carry the same stau to
I *Il aI..'i YVork hale purchased a 4acrre tract ,Ne'w York. Philadelphia or ChJcago.
S ,lat.e I ll No. L'."'. Inullrihrh'-- nL' 1tlle from Micanoiopy. A. I'. 111l. It practically knorks out all our bus.i
litciliur irjig IN-Soto county) for ex. I,.ary h, the gKeneral uananer nid has nes In good markets where they
I,. is. ilicurre.d lin Jinprisoiinmieit of r- ciil .ul|-r.it-iolli Thib rCiUl want and need the produce, because
l.iialih E Co (' O.p'r iillrflalltely I"st- I, is nfiltigK Iilup onI If Ith, njeo.t coni the' grower can ship his produce to
I,'.0 .1 dil(e' rtrui k farm)l In lih S(ate a idl thews large markets at about two-
lia. lill No I:4, W'ilgglii of h)y Iie'lt ..ear a large sac're.;ile will al third* the rate. and does not stop to
E:t.aiiilia -To Irotect gophers. To so It- planted i t 'anItalou|isie and figure the price that he get for it.
third readilaiK ataernielonts At pIre.let the-y have which h ln generally about oe-third to
Se-ate 11111il No. .;!. Williams, by 7.; *acr.e-. In legetlabl', one-half less than we could get 4i
re.iqueht--Protecting -hliad and stur- -. the small lace* if the produce was
ge.on during spaIwnlin season. To 'lttiScns have appointed a commit properly distributed and we had
iiirrd IradiliK tee- at their own exis e to so to reasonable express and freight rates."


SiOtIate' 11i l No 3#6. Ilomurno) -
Civ eatlug department It II Samne anid
fip-a To third re'adlmag
e'ueAte Bill- No ::7.. Johnasun-Re-
lat zag to .ujl'ra icr (%oi (' con a ist In
d.'ftimae'l) jmecctpoi~e'd
('Cuaidc'ratiijcc eaI ecucee' 1Hi lN
11,' 1 kitiI'- (of MeatuaIa14k a. re lii liail tea
1,-.,A. it. oi raila e a4eI eefeae'seu'. To

47 -. FV i pla io. a I,# lo tcliiaag fear III
I111 .411 t 19% 1.1to- din

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Tallahaiu.a.e- to secure- the necessary
I'glalationl to( ha e the, A tlantic Coast
Li.n- -trailKhit.n the. track btwa n-t
(lain-\ 1ile land (ratla. so that Mirl-
noly will ble oi the main lil', At
pre.-lslt the' railioad runs thr-ee nilb'*-
t( the' cast. he-re- Irainsfer has lto
I. made' frii Ks'lutrton bcy carriage
it ll'aosl e\ otr \'i u csin e*'t Intot the
tola by a asjur track., hLkh is very
m.r rt oie No doulbt the rallroail
. II ,> I| m a .. I hlit. ( liI Sig. ae II
;.'l -I i. amial...- f track. lmakliig


I


J. D. Price of Mcltosh shipped
two barrels of cucumbers to T. L
Valley of Chester. Pa. ,They soM
for 11I in Chester. Mr. Prie's e-
turn after paying freight ad commisl
slin was 2 74. The growers in thil
r (tioi ( k id of pIrocluce. except cantaloupes.
to, New York jult as cbeal In pro.
i rtlon asn hey can and a car. as
i re, are no carload rates to the
V.iel. -i.cl,. o ilt catalkol.


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k S~ad e reWfoal es0atW
dO ft WOaOWPloclogthr addver-
Non tWOO mer of the Northern
Nbw~mpapers. isclodlags
no OW Veb Odmwes News and
O~ AdMONNO Publieslmosswish he
WO tof Moe meW ar settrs ls to
V" ow eSwaimaof UheN afwv Wfore
aMNISd are tqla to show and
NO 6 hM of our maarpaa...d ad
MW ONMaOW judicial adverti.sing
w dd bharve ansorouble Ia naduc
be May pOMY andMI "Alad"mtii
am brow n the Northwest to
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a bs seeded eWr a lug taw. 1.-I
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meeWt soy$ Oft Wil I to oThem if
to M 0pe" a.'dan d Woee Agsm
Hard to Thai 1[d&

m'usday 0 esOa'm 4A mayor'
",P- a q a ,A .ar .. fit. for
34&al Am yri"' 4ha rtr'.14 ti pa
'seemEi.r. b : t06 L.rb 'r) 'A n'
5;. re .ftd it (3:,. 1 a
1"909-41111.,mt fito be.jssI'ibtin

A4,wmg ros~- tourorh x*Im 1,#I-m
a jrn.tl-r &! j,d r-sa obe-
by trade. who for-itsd l hrash abr bod
tlf 131#r..thi thays fA' 'cu fl.
96Aou 1Waev. ao'AhOr (4 tAHe
sans. errsed. ar n* ttee*t-d frPi gat
bl~ag. but be lWt his mah bond ul~d.
thiakiag it wall the hber.apt way out
Adoleus Hunt. John. lfib's ad
Chas. Hill were the rekinalinig men
bt rs of this crew. anD they alo 1pu
Up a cavh Load of $1l and let It
-go-


SErnest Brown. charged with carry-


with seeing "bease." wasn cetmied
ntI Tuesday owlag to ab m.e of

Marshal Armow is "hot" om the
trails of some f the "blM er" one
aid' sys that be Iatends to land all
U WLL CA FO th t be ea possibly get any evi-
deee ralnt. tIcluding the "blind
GbiW AiWW an d Ade f C tiger" set. W

MWe a : I ai a m es o tar ARCMHE NOTSI
a U hbNewluo ftof the emere of
Sm y prIe os lmnirm9. I ne-. ARCHER. Jnae 1.-Mr. and Mrs
*r had an pTWrtl y f vltlT g a; T. B. PearsM leave tomorrow for
pifae f ay des 4 ripl UO recent. IAesburg and Bradentown to spend
I. My I- ests of S are that: mwe time with their daughters.
st. The m who hI It tI charge Miss Essle Smith tIIl lean-e this
bs a -t mg asi to l o f uter and to week for her home In Micanopyv heo
tik a. the Cfety of the am ite., Ibs been Mr. Banknight's milliner for
what ftors, t aay, shold be shtowsl t1-o ,ars.
hm. thidr hbakl their food, the Mrs. Emma Huhes and daughter.
sanitary condiLU s of the quarters. Mis Orace. left Saturday to spend
Lmarksoter t(r atinati.u as It exist, the summer nl Tampa with Mrs.
at the eowty Jail it GalIUe .:l,. t :mrnl- t i..r
hav dGced that our efficleat sheriff R. B. Hodgson. Mrs. McLain. Mll-
P. 0.Mase, ad h* corp of help- Annte McLala and M Is El. i.* .r:;!tl:
M, have the ultuatiol well la bahud, spe t Bnday la Miranojpy with .Mrr
lad have Iwusterd stt art of d0llrnx Jhn Ml rr
Wtb it ao humane pr!rrcpl.* Th-. e Mr <.Carlt r andi diughh.r. Mi!
kitcheO I as cl-au as that of th.. dried. of M1Mrt*ll*. *iH.'!t la-t v*. k
average county hoe-. th. food is with her .i. t-r. Mrs. W E lrow i
leltcted a d coxjked In alpoit th. Mise Laura M. Ir anm of .lik,.-o';!. L
w.- a say asi t w l ** 1.. r'h a.. r '-xptlrete-d today to vit Mr. H II


ae cluthac
2d. My Impr'waio.Ip rf th.of i4. m
tftate IUM&nAui br- thAt r a:rl:
rfi them would Wrathor 1p 4 r- i-rno-4I
elseY. Sonw.DI man i feut lroliff r-wI~
m# -mailfe-st a forre-d 4h h-4rf' lie --.
while otbibt ar li iin 4;At ;e iiit t!ie
oUtroaLee oof Iht'ir ume, a:and uZ..ike ij,
effort to cnciueLal ib-Ir' ef-toot rr-
wnumt. *ponIh# v. t.' it I. ? I c, w: i
alraile' pla f,e-it)e tjdar'i at it &&.i :F'.
at ealy tameII(-;

The sg Head
Is of tao kiueel c, -.' ~l a:.'! I!.'
Iffi heade that e tcu.ia-. fren 1 ~ I: ha m 'iIva
at-be.. iko-s )iour he ad -.%,-r f, I lik-
a gouird andsept ro'r te. iife .1i eawl
per.' You vsa tcr'It ItI ln fsoft.liu b
ailing ois )trnt' Ibr 1-r le lallarel-
Hirbt~iaae' mut ift %arlt iitr~ hag fipr
the- aboadoluts' cidi *rt elsa rolls-f ) ewj .
set'10 *le Id )YW 11J.PIMz10ei

Another *term South.
AAbaethr ia-e'~.r.a lInd ePtoorss.%kIted-
the' s'ulf be-ru ian tIf I.'-',y -ousils
ouatlsaenriag temut WiIIi-tuo alld
re-aehlug as ror atwpala an 1) v ltam l ol-ol'
on Sunday and did great dlatiaSci tei
the Ila" of IbeI Ife.Ilig hoaa i..I1 adislm
Thcy were all repVaired durliag SliII
day, bhowusr

VuIele 5 iiutiaey ascii Tier ine eeeieeeii1lb
reupeumsnetsde'd fi~s' cisrunile- Ireast auel
lung troublles sld se1aaa mulf-ac-i a fruina
brouc-hlis. art sutI aicil and 44 lit ithei,
hove loutid e-.uaafuort mitil re'lle. Ii'l iti
Iseg b'ole, a lila) aed Tar J W NIu
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T"he sumeelmsfor smuas Card.


Mr- A Dfi'r'ru of Larlrsulo i-i '
L, r ,fi. M-mr r- Tsim r awl J tairr
Ilc rr itI(
.1 K 'Tiwt*'a anid eauhtglre. Ml~-
Lla,..c. at t..gj ned r',on f-reta. ii m
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wecll a-yl ii.iod %Ii
well *.11.g. f1- ** .eJ 1 atle e 10 4
gs it"J .:ia:t law*'11 ee. te 14 a fril-ii.t..
at a ellaaa.'r lpari 1 te-fere it'e -aiHpit
lalserre. a rrl '% AII baI td lie'-helt l ea aa.m If
wr Ift 4- Ist. S ,' ? e r-eo i a.lit uiiani tial o f
II, ical f1 4 i cd alcta I U'th 116. id2 ~t~ 'llo
1 4.' I I 9' % 1,1 i'h t"c' 41j114,10' .eii 40f? tIf.'r
suathe er-Ill,
A, rel-- W it 1%L...r hto Ilc l# 'l. lit'
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Wiitt aaa1111k IIiI an, frh4-11d.4
**'lt ber Ill h'16 alf.mae'y or him. det.tiee.
was the (111k.1rw'glbr


It isk wondrfully
convenient to do
i~hehn uork ca a
SItte tha'l's re3AC
a tthe instant Wantti,
and out of the 'way. I /
momett youre done.
Such a store is the New
Nrfection 'Wick Blu
Fame Oil Cook-Stove.
By using it you avoi tl.e
continuous o0.crpoA cring
hcat of a craif 6re and cook
with comfort, even in dc;
days The


NEW pUMM

WickRu Flacme 01 Csk.Slsv
" wcmtucnd ta so a dd putOpby lothe bmaivomom.
Jgdi&Ss hum aD ai, cimo s miss mbsmnal CABIET TOP,
with hf ~Ir warming plav.ud ke =9 cWfod ld
b, amd drop sbutvs a OWhold"Mg i Hc ki
H as eay cmWm em.eysoh ban
so N d& Thu Withi withoCahntbmaC ToP.
It m wish yew nu d& wrin our .sun qeucMY.
Thr14 LampU.
vmame reirII, cam
= km rai-it a QI Y~
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F. It. MYERS., Man.i,--r-

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Selh!om trouble the man who is known to
ketp his money in the Bank. Money
deposited with us is SAFE from theft or
flr. : : : :


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Massic Street


PORTER MOCK


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SAn\d thir savings if a lift.
itime g4,)n. has I,.enc the
SIIl.- unfortunate experience of
lia emaly p people. Y'ou can
protect your )prolwarty for
Every cent of its value,
;i ill well y ylu pIl:we your
\ il.irouirance through us, we
I ..e that your losses are
Ipriiptly !aid, as the In-
b urCO ('LOpanllies We
: represent are those whose
S, financial soundness is un-
&a s6 5o q Ltuioned.

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T iK hAILIV TSUN: 11At-' LiELL l lf)LIIUA. JIAtIE 2,1909 8


W ON SENT TO JAIL ANOT

IN DEFAULT OF BOND


AMOUNT PLACED AT $1J00, WHICH EASTEI
WAS NOT FURNISHED. DA'


HER EAVY DAY URD ITC|HIJG MELTO
IN VOTING CONTEST U OVER PRESENT OUTmL


oN AND SOUTHERN CANDID PAINFUL HUMOR STATES DEMAND IS INCREASING
TES ARE VERY ACTIVE. 0* *OR waODUCTS AO PINl


Seven Wtm e:sesEC "'1 et.; L1 State s U -'0 Pc;:s lNce Voso. Ct


ando uWenso in nte tE.xa- na. ,' s Ma..el 'cCrede Received
tion Tuescay. the Heaveest Vote.


L. F. \ W .l; oln. iih'* hi. l gI K I.o ". .'.',,*,: i.r I .*,, d l;, a ex x .rlh.ni-C
lt the IlakTer ('i.nih (;th li. C lCaln ,. I i. t.-, ('.'l-)j,'ratiet Contets TTue -
rille. was orui.,'l hl.l ii (% mount> ..n., ,il h th,. reuit that all of the
Judge Ma-on Tu<..-lny under a $1.'i, ,ua r.t 'titlim.;a.< r ', ,ite Ii rI .
bond for blf ailu'arante' at the ne.t Itr rep %r:tIt.
term of circuit touit. Following Is the standing of the
The hearing of thi casa ocrii|li nioet of the att-rnoton and beien wit- :.e-t.trda' .
nsses were vexanilned. hy the State Gaines e-Centrl Section.
Gainessillo-Central Section.
and defense, the charge against the
aan being cruel p,:unir: hi., i. Miss Addle Goode ......... 1,1975
Miss JMrIle EvLns ........l. 1 .94.5
Capt. aker, who is the lessee d Mis Margaret Ledbetter .... 390.
.11ss Estelle tk-al .......... 342.,25,
who had the man In his employ, r.e- mIss I elle HCarl ......... 2725
lead him upon learning of this Miss Ilo te alrver ........ .9,510
trouble. Mi Norm Stalls .......... M,880
Wlo rr nt by CoL W sGertrude Harrod ...... 39.15
Wilson is represented by Col. W..


I Broome while the State's later-
erts were looked after by Attorney
Jlvers of this circuit.
The punishment upon conviction
for this ofence Is a sentence not to
exceed ten years' mprisonment or
a fine of $5.00. but friends believe
that Wilson will come out of the
dlfculty, claiming that It was not
the treatment that caused the prison-
er's death.
Wilson has been unable to give
boed and as a result is now confined
to the county Jail.

MAYOR'S COURT TUESDAY.

Manuel Jehnesn Fined S2 for Selling
Whiekey in City.
Manuel Johnson. who was arrested
charged with selling booze in the
city about three weeks since. plead
guilty before Mayor Davis Tuesday
and was given $-' and Ceunt, Lwhkh
was paid.
Friday Willlamnl .as fined $.* and
costs for being drunk and di:od.idrly.


Many of our citizens are
towards llright's disease' by
Ing bympItomim of kidney and


drifting
neglect-
bladder


truubk' whlich Folte's
will qurikl3 cure.
1,- & tea


OUR MOLTO: Best GWu

Sthe Lowesi Pries

-WE NAVE THEM IN STOii--
AGENTS FOR
L. C. Smith Gun.
Draper A Maynard Sporting Goods.
Dangler Gasoline Ranges.
Yale A Towne Builders' Hardware.
J. B. Colt A Company Acetelyne
C M '.nr, < -.
F. W. Devoe and T. Raynolds
P .-, .t. [
L. J. McClosky Snow White Enam-
C'.
Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White

AGENTS FOR
Market Company, Ltd., Pure White
Imported S~eedish Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
Acms Wainscoat Plaster.
Frescoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
Ranges of all Kinds.
Pattaburg Special Field Fence, also
Hog Proof Fence, all widths.
AGENTS FOR
The Grand White Mountain Refrege
ratc.,-.
We sell all kinds of Mill Supplies,
Steel Split Pulleys, Steel Shafting,
Cat Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stillson
Wrenches, Marco Spiral Packing.
M*gh Prcssure Packing of a:1 kLnd.s
Hydraulic Packing, Penerthy Injectors
anc Lubricators, Garfield Ejectors and
Ir.c.tcrs, Flue Expanders. F le Scrap
art. Boiler Rivets. Cap ard Set

A to Tur Fentiie 6lppa)ce. Coun. :
To l. t, ElL.k Joe Hacks a.' P.l tc .
att.n., SChovil Hoes, Hol p I c".
Bra.s Stra. er WV/re, Gaiartecd Wec
Cl n, Nc. 2. No. 3, aid No 4 rmebh
I' ft&C, nwhn ,;u 4ir n A.~': Of
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Miss
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Miss
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Miss

Miss


Blanrce Thompson ....
Myra Swearingen .....
Aura M. Lewis ........
Mary Iernandes ......
Mabel Williams .......
Alice Schafer .......
Annie lell Taylor ....
N. W. Taylor ........
Eva Bauknlght .......
Mamie Crouch .......
Grace Bullard .........
Ella Bailey ...........
Maulde McKay ........
Fannie Whiting ........
Curts Pitts ...........
Uda Davies ..........


Z2.340
21.755
18.39
10,260
10.230
10.210

C.4S5
5.100
4.915
3.66
2.606
2.295
1,480
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Eastem alnd Soubern Distrt
Mlss Mabel McCredie. M'cnopy 194.865
Mlu Hattie Engllsh. Tacoma.. 180.935
Miss Lornie McCredle. M'cnopy 171,335
Miss Ella Jolly. Orange H'ts...100,335
Mi Martle Chamberlln, Mica-


nopy .... .. ... .. ...... 77,9
Nllls Bessie Walts, Hawthorn. 72.920
'li.s Ilertle Shaw, Fairbanks.. 44.8 5
tlis Cordella Crown. Rocky
Point ...... .. ..... ;.........
,lis l.aVerne Ilobbitt. M'cnop.y 3.2..5:,
Mi-vi Pauline Carlton. SN;ra-
nopy .................. .O,01
\liks AgRI(- Zetrouer. Rochelle :; *.l'-2
i- \\'ilnia laines. .Mont.et cha :9.%i.l


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Aii it I'wls. lHasthorn.
I ait. i't iIou'r. Rioeh'llt'


',;, M rlle Hamnmond. Haw-
i l., ,rn ... ...... ....... .
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it l.ula lPerr Rot, h.h-,-
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il'c 1:J :J Sp-end C 'r ;;ce, ,h'y
and Arns--S-v.,'l.nFs ,'re as Lurr Ler Is Stead.ly Ad ancing in
Large as a Docr Wh( t.y Price and Operators Will
Broke, Sores wcuiJ fu l Ikc..--
Sufered 3 Yerrs. Soon Be Running*


MADE SOUND AND WELL C. F: Me-lon. who is a nlemnlwr ,if
BY 3 SETS OF CUTIICURA t ,,'"t (., ',.hrl tlI.illcda' ad


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I-very nlt retinglly of the future out-
1 ok for the mili men.
To a Sun relprttr he stated that
within tlhe last three weeks lumber
l:as advanced from $1 to $3- per
thousand, according to grade. and
.! of the member of the association
rre of the opinion it will soon return
to its fointer Irice, before the days
of the panic.
When asked about the mills tart-
lag operator ba, replied tat from
reports reeelved by im be thought
be cou d eafelyr ay that ll the mIll
that were In opemto M year ago
would moom be mralag fall Utme
and selling all of their outpt. as the
Demand is Increaslng every day. and
the prices are looking up coe er-
a lv.
Mr. Melton stated that be perr-
ally knew of a dm- or moro lae
coseerna which have resutly bega
operatloas again and amoem the ena
tire umber there Is not ome that is
not receiving orders for all of ts
output, and that within the very
near future. In his opinion, they
would meet for the purpose of estab
lahbll a regular price on al of their

1g.
timber and better protect their later


Leate at Hawthor.
The following is takes from a Madi-
son county paper:
"Mr. Samuel Shaw and armlly.
who. maybe all their lives,. hae Mv-
ed in the Moseley Htall eaeion of
the county, leave this week for Haw-
thorn. in Alachus county, where they
will make their future home. The
removal of such a family is to be r.-
gretted. Mr. Shaw. for the past two
years. has been one of our county
comninsioeners and his official acts
haven met the approval of his consti-
tuents. The friends of the family
qre'atly regret the removal and Alach-
ua (c,-niv will be the gainer In se-
nuring M~r. Shaw and his family as
,itl.'ti~i and re-lidralto. May good


Men Past Fifty in Danger.


LOCHLOOSA ROtIS


I


"Mr tarmhl heMn *N'e-t three vr-pr
go with little blaMt e.iil.rg pafist*-r it
owvr my farM and oerk. l.Ai wo.Ldd
dteraper but they should l.ve little
blerk rum that would itch at lirms soe
Souldnl't keep from eralclna them.
Lare swelli;np would alpelr In thee
mesn plkJ aidthey were s) painful I
aeuld hardly bwr i and m ,ktlthe
would tick to the mr The lrrrt
docti I we.t to said the dlirave was
wcr4fula. but the trouble emoy gut we rs
and speed. By this tie It was all cver
my arms and th, uprw part of my
budy In big swellin as lore as a dollar.
It was an painful tlat I would n t Iber
to Ie un my bm k I als eight. Time men n|
durce proeounc-d my ditea b* tasnm-
matko of the lymphtic glands. HL
Mopped the rwi)ln ,. bet wem ther
oWld break twhe pte would ast I .l.
He tried IerythIt that he cud bot
to ano effet. Hr t aid I m:fht be turt-d
but t would take a k ag tinse. I thought
a et a the Cutk-ura Ikmedis sand uwed
them aoording to dirwtki n andd in le
than a week some u the placts were
early wl. I continued with the Cuti-
cura Reedi until I had ured three
sets. ad now I am suund and weIl.
The dhsas lasted thre yare n.rm the
time it eomnim.'d unt I was cured.
Befor Christmas something broke out
as my seaen Mar od brother's hIand
In the form cf .r.e nm. I tried eery-
thof I could think uf but to Do effect
nt I happened to think of Cutktr
and one application oared him. Alo.
not los al. my siter got a bad bura
a her ake. Have ben ming Cuti-
aura on that and it a er e asrrly
any trouble. 0. L. Purywr
Team.. Feb. ., ao.t,
Warm bath with CutiUora skap. gon-
tie anointina with Cutirura Ointment
and mid doem f ('uticura Pils. afford
immediate relief and poit to a apsedy
ure ,a torturing diefguring humon
acildrie and adults. whes alll fails.
cuw.m seI) to kilbehs lTh.e '5.l 'vuidn
Maraae Hs (Slr c *eeser es ka rI
FMEr Mw of oft W r o Bluprwy T i



BEAT HIS WIFPL

Al tBroke Up All of the Household
Furniture Monday Night.
Henry Thoma& "god bad from tooe
much bouzse uon Mosiday aIIghtI iAl
deavored to kill his wife. btsidta.
leaned up all of the household ef-
t t .-I *
ThI uwothman nmad' an exit before he
.... .1* iiiany blown upoln her. but
ili(,:* 1:>, did admini(stir showed that
'I*. i.,..ant to halidi' her badly. aa she
:.. Ilrt a.d and ,thrlia.- Injured.
.Ali,,r tih. dir'iclnity and the wife'
1,. : l l. he aul.r took a sneak. and
* I t I i.: t ha1id not l ,('en kwo ated
: 1 li,:l Arn,~w or rPull'niuan


WOMAN, LOVELY WOMAN

dut Alas, Without Bezutiful Hair No
Woman Can Be Handsome.
: ti ii aud 111ag
A .\ r nl h 1 .1 l | ; llil III.
' 1 1. 1141
Ah\lil ','r.or)l ai ,i u c3an v* a' for
\oir:,. l. admits that Ino woutan l canl
',, re all\ ),wauitiful uli|.,* she has lus-
iriiF alid luxuriant hair
'lTi uI wllAl- of Parlk are'. an a rule'.
IHaautiful and k.ee.p i..autiful, and a
cart ful Almerlican olh-r~er who hap,
trau\.l.d much claim that their
lw'auutl L. due to (th'ir knuowl'dge of
liow to ke*-i, their hair luxuriant
wlc thi,(Il do b) u-iiig a superiorr
!ialll 11,1i1
l.iaI A.\ir-ri(an mmiuniu art' a. i lw
,* th. jir i'r., ih I i .i r-. and that is
A l. I'tar-i.lr .Si ala* t. h*' elui k ai 1il4
.4nl r r< i'* t e ill IIlair restor.er. andI
t. in 1- ,I. 'A ha'ly i uch a trU utudid
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AlexauideJr. the lilti. ouin o .iMr
anil Mrs T M. Kinhx. as hbusily lpla.,
Iug Ila Ih' 1 i Lpl1' 1 office, TTI e..1
in4 iln ,a nli rnia i.i-r lull,-d dow ii lthe
ha(.- Irunl door to oone of lthe- afe,
and got his band caught, (culllilK inf
the. eridl of two tl igrir Dr IljI'.,.
Ad- uiii*d and drei.s-d l the w iouneiil
i.61111-r% .iAd I, of 11the Opluiol lh*!
'h. finger. an (i n.aed Outside
.the w ouliei,- Iuelmubet.r L. n
m.uinlaux. I the( ltt1- man sbhoud n
'I lff- fr a hi bh Injury and wa,.
L: I.i| i iK II the aftertuoon the alate
'er

Poor Milk
l I h l i tl it el I,-. ro -l'* '*, *
S i !. !.I I *, sI tightI c(ir II
I '... I. Illi h, ') u**.- u tolll
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LO'HLOOA. June I.-r. M. Co0le
man. a prqlrew sl.re nerehant, rt
ed home saturday from the diMetet
conf'rnre at Niranopy.
J C. Caitun ha m t,'id to Hlaw
thrn to w~Irk (.n tho A. (" I. etlles
3a11m
He II T Hap, fiilh.d :lir appoint-
nimen here at the Mlethodit church
Suautla HIv plreached an educatooal
-rn4, niLd it war. enJoyed by all
I r -* atil.
l.'ls Corntlla Martin. one t
Cross Creeks charming young ladies.
returned home Monday after a p1e-
ant stay with relatives and lfreds.
Mrs. Mattle Brtason of Dexter. a..
st up spending a while wlt relatives.
J. J. Haymans of Gameevle as
dow looklas after his e- s antertw.
eats riday.
J. D. Caldwell returned borne st*
ur aftr a a pleasant sta wlth
frMai aod rortaUtve t NIAMin .
Mr. ad Mrs. C. V. fIwlb -asf-
tIed tdhe gemr hb e rf a eveany
it the way a aselaL TIhere ft
tMrtr Wr The hee wse
Patltea se radofi asy

dlerw t dle4 Many mme wre
layW dB anpremst eet"y aaeoy-
ei tbem~ lve The whher w as
OIe wMb mile It al the ma.*
plemat. At 10:45 e'elIa thde Mests
bid tLher beat a1 d h"ma.. wd-
aIht tthe e r the very
esje'aMe evealt.
A HC. ayma lMhs be a l it
flrm IRekdIc. L e M4Iwted 1Tftl.
fty.
Borm, to Mr. md Mrs. B Up-
theguve a SMe dadt.I
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T" mel do It K im Fmflti ist t

Bun ye cant eree estarr 1t a

ky. baum themne me rmdo
k ,own Itha wi b kl ase in irVMS

Is that aort Uise.
But yta cm ewr ef Mrb IV yo
will have a little petloeOe mfd WrtbO
In llyomael. (proiowmt d Hiser)
three or four times a dy.
Hyomel is a Poetwetrl atla@tle d
germ killer air; It Is made frm the
fluid extratetd r m te eU alyPtM
trets of linlad AImttrala whwe atre
rb has never exslted.
It give relief lutatly. *la
hawking in a few days and I sI ar'-
teed to eure catanrr, asthm. roup
and broAchltis or Mey hack. A
complete outf it. ncldIf tIsaler.


M it In-t u:hihlh' Iff. have found costs $1.00, ad extra battw of M
n",:, t and r., l;. in Fi ol ~ Kidn,. omel if afterward a eedd, cost e t 60
.i 1:.. i.tli feor IntlaiKged p'r's cents. Sold by leeadig drggist
..' ;. .l h Ie n rlo nIs c r l l ev .ery .here.
,,.,'. ':< ly an I. lM .!c.rriu. "11yomel certainly saved my ife
Sr. iti,: p to a y r and I acorid t the credit which It de-
r tWi tred fr'i n kit serve, and merits. There is nhibang
1.:. .. ia lol. w P(\l ..et4ral (.. t rog for nie to say regarding
.i.... 4 1 it .i.r, ,. ,. l: lloel."-- Mri Ada Hopkina 8 Cut-
1, ,,.. l:,. ~:.l .aI.id advi..d ;.' ter amenue, Coldwater, Mich. Audust
u.r<.rlm :t.li 0 a1 '<*nilit of hik ;g a .4.,
Swe-re', afl.Ad i' he wouldd nit o.in'i
I .11.il I r< -'eii in> u ded 1 y -. K ii
. M ll i< himn, Ulad after taklIn the h -conjnd lhuI
tI- hb wt as u Io longer Ir roubled i( th

ac, btlrinffg,and e- al mmesh d
rmea or mn*ey bar. LargM baeaodlb-
Very Painful Accident. 'ti 60o centa. hDrU-s i atll _W


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dimMbOn 6 bv n powo00taw fCVty ladetof way 2 1 sethe .*4A w
or AftL I wmm o ha A uas rororwwr Im'.

podwob a owd US T Irvr* bV bp- Vr I~v .& IL W- k?.,, ',
w t --- I OW hag. f in we. theo LWgO.ia Wla leg fa
eftdfg ft t of SW 040 p. sowul Ofi? the 1w., "~I -At
a -~ ofI~ Wea 4 Wu za. Statei~L -./ y' r.a4 j. 'v )-~
~ 3Si~~1~t~ r.'h44 La. Lu 4
00 ITO S96" 0 ffblif It 414 tM.4 bw Ed-'*,r/ A:;4 -ttrotv

h~~'is ~ ~ ~ I" saft o f~iget ew tsar the Piof'"ho bcad It. in-4f:' It ".. -,, r .P-n s~
IL$Wtftemy WM, prr. bw ow* prodktbass ar- grs4 ht WA 9-- I'-, tbo r-%#!-
l~walwLsm"Wons Ifter say johommg 2&4 a. f~ tbo Fr., Ka on
040 aw CA" @Now4 bae AS Y'ta UP t h f 16# z. fA ;a; a
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Se tr nOw is a rshs

ag ha ssered the
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ijbe W rr-p th- m' ftag l". a

br acr 6.4r f.'Iirga aI ?O r''r.,
the* psile Yr-am~ ath bh rrjar star
i of Wr~i cad :A't abrrvt..
is tew W4s ae wof the word. ho
&aTO. o f w i bn wl'm if anylthIng
I I a tho w &am *bll Is 'ratn
sto ltotutt..
ww"sW me bIN MITtowhi
Mr.To To sl o twill Nmis an the
sum h .r ye& Ts In eusvtae.W
A 'memode n mog'tttm by he lcwl
I-toe tlkNan ebut ktwU be a onmg
ti before tw he tIrnJ npOleula
ofw @ne ewe m be ebgod. and


If the sew tarif law robs tL, enm-
snw tar the b.eit of eertaai
ued me teo that robbry
w l sdoifr aa fns Um. There-
amoa e O t at as ef petsIlea
sd ins, we bpe to MWe the best
aidh0 tw bM maseted. Imeidont.-
a*. -, we *uM be wrry to ee
IM PrsMi t de Iw e att Iaetes.
rgso-e- -f the pprty whh ele actedd
hM, approve a measure "of perdy
amd dlsbeser.o er yield oae et a to
IWe m wh fte blatantly declaring
tUMt "tlere Is so oasemer."

A -c was recently killed t a
aiers college by the heamer
tfirewa i athletic eserCles. Then
O esMege preopased to abolish ham-
msrtMwi.ag a part of its sports.
w 1s pamgY mas. who is an e.x-
pert heba er thrower, complains bit
terly. He says be has Invested time
ad musete o elarnilg to throw th4
bl er. tho be has paid his tuition
seoeated moMey la books and bas n*- i I
ateadeod sme lectres aIn the hfor-
tIt he miht wva fame as a ham-
er<-hrower and that If the college
hllauh ths ftor of sport It will
be a- ajMUce to an Iftant industry
rvidently that young man ha. twr
rerae the tariff debate. and has
takeI his ce from the RKpublk-an
stat* mnti P.


U 1 9 mu"' Presiodent Taft don't Ike 1lrar
dab to s hm f a b at b aid*. SAVO. Wb-a e ooeruor Matilncpl ,if
Sim 91111 KM ana toU..sttd that ho fix- d.' 11f..t1
his bis op eaut tI tWe Kaa.a-aml# I, b'-I
6NWW fo wof Texas, exilalaing ion, exlab tlnn g % II f Iii.' lr.-rieteoft.
hO V&lW 8 a WW m rLambe0, meld geto Ihy a Imatn *jspi..Iiatl .1 ha tic.'
OsJ bmssmt~Ci. NatIri00& COG- Gob c'rluheraJ bdr vi. ir Taft proIomp,
oU be m uL~t t declare., Is l dropls' to Ih u'riati 11sIs iii. as
~0 ftf f~ ree.Ilumber th" trdet cspwitate-d Iii'r ik,%.r. fioria..'
mob a j5esm we am IUsrfer- r'erotary 'of tho-IL' putolaiiaiaN~ iti-itaI
JimisW"thdo momi~tloe ficl Comrmittsee, a lp.&iak *-%atimie'r.Mr
410010111110111 0SAlersand Ropre- tmaover ti',a-1-4 'prig a~awl Psllei 11ti
1""'9 1141W~l nIcea CI l'i.-llr iI rs r -' I ~..e .a
SN"UM SM W" be did 001 P-4ro, V( ;01#111 14.14 r- -0 i I,-! I' I II !Wrl
900tobe bhiiod by theparty plat JI.Itae t
Tiac i'eiCc taa urIcIe lidaraIac r,,,ulrl~
Alme

The I be remlved a Oosmianl-flays fainiasmoaead. M4. tgi'uatti' naiaaaaaa
ISS e.dmM 110111relatMIF911 ve tlu nI ,) .ian a".lesvo,. Idi Sf4s o i. I Pa. I t fof Nlltail
001k bN O remly appeared Inl to toChina anud IMr IIaaaara'a.
Wes PIS roqsetlms Its pubaal a. returned nir 1Aftt licia A4Mt
60 iu so asm e as designed to theI farntuouad ti pAnld for him the' ristla
4111 i% am In InatU rwitht i Um lman f r the' iliace It I' lo a I* J
98b Of Thes5.. to withhold from. e.,njmeatanry thtaasltic" 1r- ~e'- tauaiml-
be oshmas aI5U1k1IS withot have -i mitu h difilultdo- In flulla tIloo
Os *ughws signature attChed. w eplarv that he h la, to &PA i skillitti
Oe ft I Wto holid the sameontil to And hilu a usaml,
am We b emplie with. We do
So 4@bsome al o author fou pub-, 1100 Reward, SI00.
See"sN b ew e i wihhbeld. but Tb,' readers ofitalc hin aolo will Ii.
aiwmf a o f a o s of 9" faith. pirtad tcip 1. baim flint I lb. r4 -" nat Ie.-I-
tim edre'atiod dLacae t hut Pacwisaac .t


Chiebeo epyrt It Kanm ar'-
viewlg with msr r a stra n re-tr esstoe of lte Kasea ','etla'
bh," says The Mana. ('ity J Airaal
It os sid Io tIkhe authority of em
pWt chrbiem men that after MA --ral
M6SO'rtklas lcubator hatchrd bIak.
Me Ioe the bI llart u "set No
ttr thejry to isvnaod uor the rae
M why Mrs Helpful refuses to*aer
Spee l herself uapo a aire* btkelr's
4dea- of cbotc* *ms d arms them
with otlpread pIlu ns Mtil (the
SiOede of nature Io rough t aacnu.
gve ta(t the aiubatwr ha rrbbeld
he of the "-ettUa" iastlact This
is a father glh wou y oeuuk. althou
Ithee i a Itat silr tve Ul The
gWad IIesewife wu't have lu spO i
h1r tio barrel o rtme water by due
it Ite at regular latervals eme
ba Iam *w 's to "Wee" am the time


to 41 Oia ll, 1to 4.U ro.' IIIa ul l a It -
aiicl that is cratrrla 11,4.1
C'ure. is the- misaai i mIIIn- 4 W % 1 sI I'AI Ic


hIIIIt&* ra III. 11*
1 .41 It ,IIIH I
ully, M4.111611 114 4-4 11% 111-4 PIS I h- 1 1
isd *atimsaa sorfaIc's 'I1 'W
tbo-r.tb otak-mtro) lies the- opfittaim ~II'6a1.1
the- dipmae..e, and 61%11a6 tile- I'Mit-i'Ia
abirvigtth by builclg tiltl ihfe t'usttIu
t1ii0a and 8I00101111 IcAIUI14 a l dlaIig fil
IcIt To The Iroeriv'tors las b IslcaUh
faith In lie cusative' 110.041 that the-Y
offir Iiac( )n usadlee Ikulal fur sany
case that aL Wls to curia. d fur
esLfaisuialale A4.4re.
IV J t'N-H N .V t)CT, Tuledo. 0.
"I by all druggists,. costs.
Take IlI a mily Pill for cowasa


A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
CURES --rwrMu s

A iM WS r for a dIsaews eea by TO&
PW UrL OaO blttt* parchasd to-da m a mwa you a srr.,u
sick epell troorrov.
nMAL. Cd LA orWTTLE--P CX N.. cLT TM COTN ZP .
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO,
966 mtb sOmd..6aS ST ULOsL MO.
*and R~om- ._-~'d b

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Leave Gaineeville for Micnopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South....................... 10: 10 a
Returning, arrive (aineville ......... ....... 4:25 p o
Leave Gainesille for Sampson City, Paltka,
Lake City, Valdost, and allpoints North 6:00 p
Returnin, arrive Gainesvlle.... ............. 9:30


L I. Boir. Trd eNeer.


'macI terf -

LAkc-laad News "TL-r- are-
ifew D=wrpa!r n.r Ia t tb- Stat- S*t*
Sare prwmissg gratAratom bccanu
1 rbe railroads w:l WA be pe-vitte4
ito esekange tra'pirtatiM for 4ader-
I tll-- as the gKr'4A tthat thy.
S' it n ot be .subt t4 4 to tmpta-
'tio;" it JI not a good idea for
sew;sapers to have peae, etrc.
Why. bkis your little ginar doeat
you kow if you ca be bought with
a mileage book. you emM bought
with tea dolIn, real money* Let
-very e Wspe r M bwo ts fearful
that his ntegrtty will not stand tih
.eVt of a testy4Ollar mileage book.
speak for himsetf alon., and a pre-
mr- to speak for the hoset, capable
aen of the Ilorid prs. wbo do
mot sel tL i prtoeple d nWdepM-
ea every Tim they make a S ad-
vertUltas eo-rt."

The estoms officials are Sadain all
sorta of crookedaeu In the adminsl
tratio of the New York eantoms
ahose. The snear trust smuall g is
almost a national randal and in-
numerable lastasce of a minor char-
rter have been unearthed. The
difficlty ln prevenatln smuggling is
that few me. believe in their hearts
that the Government Is Just when it
Imposes a tax on Imports. and theb-r-
fore, few hait any conacl. ntious
srNuplei about violating tbhe cu:tora
laws.


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Write for Pririn, Trnme, Etc

L C.L VIS & CO.
!%4 Wr't Ra .Bam
JACK ).oNVlLLE, F- A.
W. L. DFENIIAM. Apnt


C: rc r .4 pts-listjU the Southern
T1:. :3r vh. (kinrria Souths-rn
Ivid Fi'or1W4 ailusy Company an-
nounce th' appointment of 0. J.
Srt;,beno ai sagnt of the land and
iUdubtliI department of thebe roadu,
with hkiadquarters at Macon. Ga., the
A101"hIlutltL-ut to ( l~cuzale .ff..rt I Ju va.
U h.

(olds thia? btuhux uf aeaak.: the-
'.(4,i -t it ton viol d '%*loKP Into (o
"Mypiop ) ,l.. pt I''y arid TTar
c u r I. I.-' -. t I Ia t L, It r .i -.
to %. iI#Ai to 4idho.r t roat nj. m.t. fIN) iaot
dtei-&y r,.iN rt-tilt in '.'r r '.!'i h*i
t&lrIK fill))


LOOKING

AHEAD



IOf4 (ors yOti w)uliiI t likv to
tI'ol after 'youi ibave conisidlera-
b'ly imlplnwo-o a pitcc f If Real
Esdttt. that thit title of suImIe
is not clear! B eli lr then to
h ave u Itmake an uOraet of
thet' pitivepurchase I 1w.

I otii't bIuy ill the.' 4lark-
ha ve w i miakt' -n a) trae-t andiI
kwo hawnt yu ou'rely Ilig.

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THE 1 PA1LY 4I1SN: 6iAiW EM4ILL9 FLORIDA, JU bE 2. 19 19


OUATORIAL AFRICA.
Mhw nwiTf uren Whr Te r Theie I N
Drwl a Wa Du o k.
We worl e Lill for da.luile anol
Wamr cRlthw fo.r lnl t when sltting
around the ennip. ain ftfer the 1uli1
Cgee down a crrnt r*oiil I ii,.oioilluie:vy
eittles down l tiit ,if r 1 il;,t,.r (' ltla-
Ing and a v9o l hil fir, ion-t e. nt iial.
during tI Ie ain'ti)ne- n, :i i'. i, r,.
pith halr;il'. nl; ,,,i I li n,.,
early In the mIooritiigc s!. l.rt iln Ih,.
afternoonl. whecn the tio .i i,, lt at It,
maximumit. a d Iii' a, r : f. It hrit ti; v
be smhttlitui l. It 1 *4 r ri.lre r cin-
fortable th'in thle iet"I i
As n n111 i'-f'4< v .
Tl9<- 'e nre li ,\ I.e .i ,
lmnt r :i fr1 f r. *, !. *
the h* oul ersl t', i i i
the effnetl i lt. ,,f* ,
ly at this p*., :t :'. 1i ,* ,t I I,
not ktnowlv ; i :t i .i\ i it t!i r
Wnomleter witlil rl :, | I ,i I i'l,.t :14 i
was nfrnkll ito t:vp i t ..* *. ,1 haii iIt
got highC r ihr i n ':: |> \ 1.. ,:a,
gireet... nt ..l ,.iij l| It i. | Ili great -ltn crt of IrelN:il,, It It n their
shade the. r. riperlture* iw. nil I.e um .
ally froin %3 to, liO ,lc.de-rs,. ibut there
waN :ll~wMv1a l hr1'e-A 1 l.1U.nl10. lltidl tle
dryneaw 4,f the air coolet one off nlite
rapklly as soon as ou. gpt out of the
sun. It was nilwiays (,hl In the mturn-
IngE ulle we btalu ted ut ut the fIrst
peep of light. and we were usually
shvlerittl for a few minutes prior to
the sou'u appearance. Iny does not
dawn In equatorial Africa. but It
larrtsl It is dark one minute and full
seMlight the next, and the reverse oc-
ars In the evening. for the sun goes
down and nibgt comes on as It a cur-
tala bad suddenly been drawn down
over te west and the chill of night
begia Iunstantly.-Perry C. Madeilra t
eMvopowiton Malazine.

*A *kmnd Sex."
Take an ordinary ruUber band and
strtcb it between the thumb and fore-
tager of your left band. If yor pick
it with the fingers of hbe right band
ad let go suddenly It wll: make a
moand which you can bear distinctly
enoluh yourself, but which will not be
audible to any one a few feet away.
Bnt if you were to fasIten fl t elastic.
with a pin at each end. to an empty
wooden box. only nolt sa as to touch
the wood. aiml then tw:t ig it the mound
would be muo h loadal.-r thnn I'-fltrc.
That box Is the saonid hIao or )ound
boirdl. and a!Il Itrlpgid Instrunients
have one In some tn:'sae or othler.-St
Nicholas.


To araoi se riou.' r '..itio t lk.-
F ol v'- i Itl :0* ( l '
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Irl(h 1. atea-k alh'. : !' tr 'i' ''- i

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For e walel mAi n w;
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We Cn 885w b6 185.45


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Nature Oive Timely Warning That
Na GOanesvelle Citien Can
Afford to Ignore.
IDA\N;EUI R ;N.I, .(). I comn-.
frimi atI kisllr i.e ratlon- Thr l i\ ,
I 'I1' \1 I h\. n tt. kidsr. < .'ar. i.,
\ 11 kilia \ i ret.i a -lear. a'. '. r
lii l Sii k kiliith 1 .' i*rl it( a ti inl.
I:il,- anid flonnii or a thick k. r,.l. ill-
- l-H llli t irii .ir i ,I f I i Dliru ti t il,,1 .


.ir. estL~ir of |sii ., ,
1 \\ .'!{ <1.; \ 1, \n s ,,, ,. ..
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S' : l r I ll' in th,
t i *, t i f .1 II 'r l,* i. ,'nl.-i
II--. I'7:/.'l-t h Mixt. M1idn1 on a\'
*I S .. .*%. lr; I\ Fltr i)on!
*it l I -ui'T. rd frmiin dull. iIagatei .
l'k:i h an lil di.st re'sing l ti.fn
thro'u-h niy ilo in I could not rr.,i
%%ell andl aro.se in the niorilrtng ltlinh
tlra-d and worn out. .My kidneys wrc.
!Iluri.4h and the Rsenritions very un-
n:itural. I at ;..igth procured Ik)an''
Kidnvy I'ills and they ga.e nme the
dl.tsired relief promptly. I have since
th-n free from backaches and pains
through my loins and my kidneys are
normal. I am feeling better general-
ly and give Doan's Kidney Pills the
credit."
IPr sle by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbura Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's--ad
take no uther.

A Very Restful Relt.
Adolf Metizel, the (ermaun artist. was
at one time engage d (on a mural deco-
ration. le had riiged up a aeaffolding
In hi ot iio!. ll laon li|h. lhim model was.
reque.tetd to illstnd. Fo'r two long
Hours thle ittr Incu -nr st*EWm up aloft
in a nmir t fitliculIln iMtur. .Menzel
In the wiinntnimlll worked at Iis sketa'b.
he l!t-l of I lie lfailt Ull rt lil is tirc ell wasX
gruolls tire.d.
At .l .Ilh tlit Ien*l'el found It nIe'-
ary t ..-je.ik. "'"lrr irlofes*ur." suid
be. "*hI\v. :il ut a reco**e'.t"
Menzel :lix.l f,,r tfui --. **"'(*ertl:Iil'v. rcturta:l I*,%.
nitv l, :ir sir." oalhl Ihe "*'ilce dow
plirl ro-t .'rlltir f aI I iii"
Tlre tiia.ll l- I .il el.lilll.mi lra fronlm th:i
u:irfl ,,:i t~ lith I '|il. w hli-b I1'.i
I,, ,i fr .:i t It to tli' I .!1io li i dtl- .r.
"' l I:' cried sil, ar!i-1 sau ldenly.
"Th'! it, p.> .I' i li -..: I ,ll't ilIn.1\ a lUU.
,'lt*


.1ili1 oil e miorier' lti hr iit, dl ..asa furc'ed
iliit tfr.ain'ld ri. iilit v. wlidl' the ti iht 1-
-1t1 1.-. ltlr-0C: !n'li .t I ia tit kL e'- !Jil- ,
SI'I
.M ilri d of haif as It ouir 1.4vI .ilI
!. k-.kI upn froieri Ii % ,irk. "Ther,.''
.aii I h.. "* !,.i. 1 i'l clo0o tl' 1 II G t tlowe k
1i ll i. S ifl11' \% e lit-'i livhad aLur
re'il l. -t u'. ; I, 5 a. ito % woirk agllli."
\V l.: tihe' l, a1t'l -:lidA I lft: to the
rF ,eli r I :.i.a i. ; i. 11

Scotland and Horse Racing.
~ i. l 1 I. I 1 fitlii. i" t 'l r l
lit -,. fl rt I II .r 1 t .ill ; lt e! I
eIts i .\;:ri ..'t dl fte1!lht IIta ';:ihlo ,
i il." r i I o f lhe le ;r.l i!iieliai.
~. 1 i h. c t e e .1,4tin. iti f o
.le I ."0 t\ ; \ l. i.i !1 % r"i'i, Ili
|, ,i 1 %i'1" 41i tl h i. vT, r- Sir, eq..'-i' ,
I Il-"'. f e IT it llo l I ii Ial t III|' ro l-





IIs,1.* (Le ly o tS 11, I it4111 1.,11, .1:5' 1 0@
it it. li I rf it t f .It r-ct-. ai.< li r thil,
i ltii '. i i ll I it I tit t, t 1-. f.-1i1 ittt'id
tl.iit telie flr,-tl S ,tl- kini ,-f Eri;:
Istlrii. 'r I tlid ri1 *r, I t 1 i ,lIr .L
It, la i tI. l, r-..- In o air i o1 I t 'iii ti

I r tia- r t l iimiht 0ter l ha-t le r. l ie tf
cit. il t I n'. -I I.e 1i ki ii Is ll l L .im ild
!bu i It i I lili firet 't.al.l :llir h d re-Kur
Lr sir-;.. :' r ite l, I- a li i c lh .' Aos tit.ii thatt 1-a1 1 ill, to.th ii, l'trle'i law of
hel, turf N. l.l13 i d r:;- wi,, ,i" cilb ,tiemuch fr tlie lore.-d of
liri,.l i I, r?-s It wns a gift from
S.4 o.tl.i l I .talon Ansi er
eainga Up lernard Shaw.
I: to.' e-Ii I ,'I %i%:lli I ll l "ia r eI t aIllWed
i'hll.l ,1 i l re.-r th.e' ir l e I k r. oi l'

l,, \ \e .r .la 'l. .. e I t ,ole
t h, t .,,,en ,. i h ie rr,,--lta i1"
',i a o: I ',.:t II 1 c 'o I '. ie I J11
; !' ." i, 4, ,. .. il !i. I .. ,: .- ti at
ll'.l I, i l I. l -i l 1 1 l t I *e 'AI' -, 1 r eI
l i- i ,,i.a.el tt it. Ilo l i .Ii.,l -r,'r ii It th .
',r...ile. l I 1 ti tr Is- l i I % .t is ef
,i,, i .; ,I % .i a fi ,i' 1 .... r Iola )
i I.ll th it if I j' -a.o,-'1.t i*i I e i l iLu t
i b e L. I it 'i*.e' a i t'"c'. .Ie t' llti e
afl.,r .t rd i ac.i.a.ed .*1iotsw if I yelo
i.li.l -r.e-t ill e i- 1,, I I ,! '* J i
lleol. ,l llie't" *to lel llh.rt-d ,, i it tout
Iu l.i4-u efl arri.ith a .i .111 'i- ,a-, I f 11l1
at ll h t tee I ll iil" itl. I I 'Ico.0u i I l [r.,
due's- Ibe iel. film ils is r0 r W.&I
"TlAifI u )oj salit weab,' oVu Ljit laieeL
a relt 1oa4d off iuly ulim d' Now. w abt
are uu *tot do, ith a luin l 1ike L4.-1Y'-
M lllaieulis Juruali


Stomach Trouble.
Many remarkable cures of stomach
troubles have' 'oen effected by Cham-
t'-rlain'.s Stomach and I1Aer Tablet..
Olem man who had salbnt over two
Ihousiand dollars for nimdhiine and
treatment was cured hi a few boxest
of thet' tahblts. Price. e. cent..
.tnaiiltl. fre*' at all drug stores.
Pride.
'Arry and his best girl were dt9cues
Inl recent events in the Iligh street
Blkthbinl e;reem.
'Arry-lid 'you reard Ilte Hlr uf lpr,
eill A.iI Saitlili h.id for la-r wedl.lin'?
*Arrlet 'Ye., I dl- The Ih4l.*- foIr ,,.-h
&a tliem 'avin' the wdclln' liut In the
lipLr!' They aulInlit I Ialonttiln' harls-
tc-rmts. 'Arry-F:.ii'-y her neither gIv
li'g her sucah i '*fnll ttrl. ler Ie'-t its a
oel's niedl trip! '. \'rh-t 4.airn! It was
a clotllhen'or-e ai d a nmoil Itrip. I've
eedl "eni. T:ait's their hoininilr' pride'
- Londl'l n m ,a riim

A Thoughtful Boy.
Ail,.siS M-ltIh r I litiny. I, It possl
hi! t t' I.on. :).i Np" :in a ni i l:il in toI
a h l \ C.. i!, i t r': i! itrl it'-

' i I a I til r i r-t i


T~'i Anmswr.
w 'I *" Ililoew"are very
-Wel w 1 1 lit5 I lie anolMv% vr'"*
-W I -ti I I *r ivai r e4i11her I na iv 3

The Health of Vosr Hore@
I -l) 4'.t proamnoted Itit pIre
I rV1,41 ri f )wi r. re .dy to glic thOf
I-r~q;er ro a.]'~t Ite'la ropuir time
*l'Ir'* prop- r r. i-e it % feor all trtnt.i
fima r r.arrdoI- i'erry DIh' Palull -~
kI I vr.Tlue giroipe'r time to use it I-
w hen the troilale first *boo m itmilf
[it pirompaetat im ei ulI riot oedii lv %
the haarm. -uffnrlua. but you'll mpart.
%ourm.lt t rimale anid exiamr--i-e-mayia
b"lt, a IoIIK gtira. waitingg You ought
to haiiu a tHatl?. re-ady. The niew m-u.
lmottIe. o-t- :. -Potuals. one largerr '.11
CO-atm 11 :urs' )ojur drugluet gives.




WITH


DAVIS&OUVER


-Flt 1--


BI Wagu

khen rew waurIa'ar in time l %rnhrcry lrw.
lkottrr try us on 19 aIUmqboo--utk
aa otj mtpw &u ad up-o-da le stakl
In tu owtls.


Davis & Oliver


\N
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lines, Residence or F


RTIGUE a I
Iem binofb M&W


THE SMART DRUMMER.
There Wae emethtin Coming t imn.
and He Got It.
",Centlemin.n'" akl the drummer of
drlngucl-t' sia lter n he I. o ,ILhe aroandq
tII till" Ih lf 1. d,' rll lI 'll 11 lia .re 0,k
tinc Iliia fr tlha Itteflt "ltr. *, I l *i i-.
SI hn11:1 1 It an .utl e ti 4 lIr.T ,rlnt feiili;er
In mir Illf. and i h.e tlmlnivit oilne af nil
wit th e feeling that I hald somnetlilnr
Cr4 ilh4ii1 to nfie alid w1o,111l Ilrt it if I
st.y il in the routd lon cn. sig.h "
". lid hare Irun lgt It:" it im na.iskd.
"I timh e I aot It *,il IWat ('hi
n RO I nia very t'..il, r. ll Ii n liy
I'llItI s! i it I t t lo I :I h11,
i,,'l Ii I ,iiic
.l" li n:,t4 t1 'd l e i 04, :rv 1 i fd
V 'I )' 1 -:ii ,- ir l ta II' i, e l I ,| : r li,
Tlu as::!e Ie 1 older ii e ile !,, t. a d
I -11 n lt :i il : I;o. ;:.l soeI r;.
aril tb, o ;:, dai in4 ii l": 1 1 1il ,:!, to ,it
nlm n $.i'll rlin fer ? 11 I nkeld lhi:l
lirre' tho.- greon Ipot A-:11 In lnly e.l.
nrid hitle I was plulnihiign myself the
man In the otler pnrt of thee Pectlion
pulled l nt three tens and pocaketedl the
ring. rid I look down upon him with
'Ity and ncntempt? Did I asnile? Did
I crtn? Ild I ask him where hi.
ruardian was? Oh. yes-oh. yea, and
he spoke np and clailned that the
stones were diaonds aind the ring
well worth 20 plhmka. I. nettled me
to aee the am ono cockllre and to bear
hilm ay that of eorse I was no jdge
of dli monds. and I put up $10 that
he'd I~en done for. The conductor
held the money. and when we got Into
town we made for a Jewelry store. We
took ti four of 'em before I laid down.
Mame story In each place-ring worth
SM00."
"And y lo st yoar W50
"Sick as sllck."
"And there was a ame o itr
"Of corse, you eame. Beller and
buyer were coederates. and they
probably worked the theme lx days
c week. I'f d got ready to buy. some
excuse woula have been made to head
me off. ea., gentlenime. I had some-
thing coming to sie. 'and I g ,t I. and I
feel relieved"-Bl-tlltimoren Anwrk'ca.


Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Grilq, GIardeq Seed ard FI;rtirsm
SOUTH 10DS SQUARE -- AINS-VILL, FLOIASA.
Highest market priee pid fer Ciekeml, g Mand etld Pudiea

A Complete stock of Hay. Corn. OatA Pteo. A s, bial. Oi
Sed Meal ad Rye. We headle ealy th Vy Set goMl
At Lrwet Prtam. mad agmtem menMhBa- hl'w




THE SUN MAD MERCHANTS' CM-EMITM

COTEST O"TIS COPM


Groceries :l Grain
TO THE TAIDE ONLY

No Order Too Large
AhdIe i-gIIEi




Advertise in THE SUN


G. S. Merchant & Co.


A196um M. sobw on


GOOD FOR


VOTES


For


Addrw
This Coupon may be -I at The Ban oa r at llar d te 4 OW Im-
wsedl with the cobaLt. NOT (ooG D AFMr JLNI 16, 100


=mim


HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.


SALE


WHOLE


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WITHON

We will list your property
the sale-then char


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, find
ge onl
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U-1 T .T TT .v y W y T yT


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the buyer and make
y Five per cent.



arming Property


ESee
S3-14


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o s bit is to
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SW a" M Chw M .
A lalSm N a *esedl S2l slm
r a asmilm dto k aspe ad
4f. he wlaoef t" as fellow
I b. bid Itret I a Grat pa.ge: hO I.
wt Itewtem afs rfd paoe: ebar.
a wMa elae of tM e likely to
TIhat b ertamly oet btd. bat thi
e p Iwrhap mr better: Falthk
tO ItM that L ver umakltd. k. the
MI tIat crrow n mkhod; chlarty. the
ift tiht maCes- m k d.
A Vtal POb


Thbo mat deUale panrt of a baby
Is Ws bowels. Eviry allmaet that
It safer wIt attacks the bow els a
s da***garl nIg t mast cas.ms thl Ilfe
of the lanaat. Mece's B aby Elitir
eaure diarrboea. dymuntery and All
derageawatsU of the stomach or
pooelr. Sold by H' M. Jolt1,ni
if It' prl.tud taiUot.r) y'OU want
rt-e. *tsti *lbrtwe 1t too rt it


MALSIT MACIIUERT CSMPA*T
r?& *C:6a ata ma %V o An AreiLLL P1UMP'A
Uc SaP m J8 Jwoom9 haft 4 m &ad vow ;*** 660 o01 tt4t 4d Mots91*'s
gaftin@ *ul tt &d % w INJ .1 .
ofsea* no rg &ad Id I qhzvL.IV




fr PA.f4 V. I 4
o1o m lb. 1% lI.LL-
IKATW CAl ALAL jUi.


in IN-OSUTLL
sold sle w @bftOswoWM Pu
h cr NOrrl
root dm mewWrt bowoma
S- _Se ~ -I ari

ft -N- -bog ey 4w b!
4 Sso bb ey im m "and
sew to e sm, lp td ft th"
610w b b Urher at-"
a bwr of t s ao 14 b Cww
4bqvvaI 44 tbhe..sae ls. lmcrr gto
a- m 10* r -as i*a
- bi tt&yo S&r**&m d iso-
-ms a nof a lst a Ile
61h 01 the e N beft skye
-w ws wow~ yo7 upwgr
Isa obw -ome ydo wemi



~ @& wor WfIL
Mw yhein Seboombuy to W"s.



C my --I -ua bi
0 UW 00 eoodW ftsbkft t
IW time *a" a 4wo w ow-
OWM 00stoMe i Uaca
- Ws m u -l Im oGP
K iftdIUM som. No bohe



on of@ "ma" pmddwf
Se I t -
bayt T_, wum
T -ON 0- 0b. -w asso
9=wmm am ML so lb
OW 1OmM bmlbmt m




I~ bee -'- b.J rC
am de. ow GOha by 5 demad

of QMVSUMP bwwt ausla



4 10 Vo sad mtoI td read.
S" duow amImb.es ftsme
#--"F bom b tOem Ia

60OUC-4OW A 'O wI


04pcefwuI Ap~wsrances.
A rwMarkstile e':,*r14 e w f-fwP1
Mark Tualro In Au-ta La. ali1 Ah. be
said. deternmird him. c.lpv agdlb to
lJWIIg II u l r4-lLcr 5 1 Lad Jut
-.aced rl to %a-*rzjU1D Jr R. slid. to
hs ehapiW. tWe" was so poret. In
rb t ctro M h bi. luggago e. lua
rugh kaikb b. y d1 a old 1.&
lw owamlafIdly agalsa a past with
hin heamd ha hi bpwkft& the mutbw
bwkcm" O hu as s aid:
US. hr.. It yeou 'all thee bW
up % the otel ftgie Y"u halt a
The msowle y, sac ab-
le tw" or fougr golms om
hrim bbhgckot. he delbme thu
thm hl the sea. sowed at fta
Irwale eSaloa md wamadaam" wth.
a "a w" s.


ad&a oe7 ydiy-Ondm- m
"a as ones


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Fc~ft ~.rlf.*.. r


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sur ~(~


as Wes tMa" ft. .ortb and [4,us.
cary St. Delt to Jef t Kdrtch.
Will sl at a bargain and c mS@
tersm Apply at Sun o*iQco.

The wst ails. so real "
hbmmle the a& Ustber brokers e
Ms"-d-b hoot, they oaaart a
0 bomm th"t es ub jm


BUSINEms CAJURDS


D&0 20. & wALDO


-DEZ3MT-


Omefm SelidM& 6" -. Ursab. f
owl ft5 61 .Ai Le ft g Wm

D DWAR"D CLAR



06. Is Graham S Baudis& over
Steamer. & Earl*. '*oM. Pbone
No. 95.

Oft. UsLAYk b. Aqjrr.n,-


TALKS


Th Lug KstaI e Systme


- s srv tos o w soscriberss -'
to the puM gaMly is our weaso s
ties Wia the es taasiveo "ag detane
Mlis of the AmerIsam telepheew ad
Telegraph C*ap*my and he ether sm
eIt 4d f el Telephae "empm* *
We e*w thousand of mi e dof ls"
diek onw m ne tinW seven taes iWW
wiosk we operate and i aUlitln ear
anmmeft ay tOlepbeIe Is eOr systerr
w lins au sag a lIany other st
*A wbk a eMll Te*p*eme system is

The1 Iseg dm o... ..... we of t"h
mad mard a and Improved costruc
NanI d m mnaintaied m a hig a
4te of oeIoas. The el k so me


eumlng in vswm a estlom of th
eeue w, ae uem s a mer equiS
n_* &so-ns" tme r mealneos *t ofo
elOs.
stn I. a o oo In t
only by resm* of thse sieo trash
m -ramgmmeb between the Bell Toeo
ph$s eipases is It psssMt htao ge s
a llo Telephbee sm eet anywhbe
ask fse Long Distee.. a"d he put Sl
o-mmu-- atle wit h ale st any iePat
a the country
This va network of wirs, radla
Iag thegh~u the maues, o ues
daily in emMinee and e* f.sciali pu
pes by w the baker, the farmer
lusIes In all waMll of life and *
plan here l a I mptant link in thie
ret chasn.


Southern Bell Telephone



and Telegraph Company


Clticiurt errvic. barnM hlu


SALLGOODS SHIPPED THE SAME DAY

ORDER IS RECEIVED
C WAI Clll ONARGES1 AVE BSEN ADDED TO THE COST OF COODS..-


aws -~n asern. win~ serria

it *.e'. 3.~~lj m.1,~
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oi q-~sI oo a
lsm %wi .ent binS
4 %wm %,moo .......
% agoe E..ebashof *
ii s.WN de006. 00 0,
isq.IW-O.O rnaIp
S~inebg.d.5 b ~ ae bto 11-0
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hrlu. i-ewri
tiallop5, 4 oo aei
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ALL TIH ABOVE CC )0D IOLD UNDER OUR PERSONAL CUAR&NTLE. ORDER TO-DAY


CHA: BLUM & CO.


Laum tDimasso Phbon u188


517o519 W. ASY 9TRUi t


JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA


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BOLICJTOR I16 CH AS CV-

SAINJLSVILLZ[. Almhua On., ~e
ONee is Hlaa Bisek.

FhRDINAND BAY!'.)
ATTORNEY A- L,&%


GA lSXTILLS


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IturiwAL aa dfarviX lat-d. 9 ud haL-
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Bankri. GaLnesUl. Florida


TELEPHONE


LON6-E3*CE IStSE

Coven tt ( so utf, t4' B"Alfb
east U (t ()Aaia sild 1
ytiu*I; me? to W iab.l.mq 1'.-
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CIAI;YIAI IIr
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41U.S. HAW-Y11LLS wt 1 R.Ht-
Miap.r awl Aurarr
for Otl Priut.


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Mrrlr Vazd adwd a woo &to thlkI
Itrevr. Sbw ww to sU ofh mr mat,
rW obs (leO. -be *s 4 tot I a
ell. tCad three rW CAd al hsr
own g et MAd h-'t lees t-I the
thtbrr o rem I i sbe s. rowas
MrfV Aewheew bowh had Was
a pmimug y -ewt a the time
she wa" mailed.oeOwqvsfbu
A iMsn t dan my her lf eas
hi? -am whmee hrbmbsmd was aroumdL
SAW 8a ~t Vs. dlwra After b
ftw -- mOw huua the&we w" the
bwr(da. 1 thi fte tO l n*#a* home.
W pimAk imd p wr ape wta as
4"emma'so.the YOMCaIn.Tomma
w*k S Kwsan sf im. ot It
wmt. PA WMd vequld be usuI
bs mah.-AtchIss Gkeh.
8mw. a t bi O mea
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THE DAILY hUtM:


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY

tae O D ters:
Oovernor A. W. Oilchrist,
Secretary or StAte-H. Clay
ford. Tallaha -.o,-.
Comptroller-A. C Criim.


S


Tall
Craw
Tali;


S hastee.
Treaurer-W. V. Kuott, Tallaha,
9"e.
Attorney-General-Park Mt. Tram
S ell. Tallaha-.,..
Commi-lsioner of Agr:c.ulture--I. F
0l 1ifn. T.l;aiha- I.-,





Clrk anal A 'l; ur' w' Vl \\ ]
Ga e.. %ill*.
S ipt. |Itble 1: *qr:. : :, l; J .
* i ,elly. t il5 t ill..
ii P. ,.,
will.
Tax As. essor-W. W. Culou. Gaines
Vaille.
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Tax Collector-W. D. Dickinso
Gaine.,iliae.
Treuasurer-J. D. Matbeson. GOalns
iCl*e.
Supervisor Registratlon-J. C. Me
Grew. Galnesville.

Towsend Caolpo l;-W Mcl ay,
County Coomalsloners-John 0
S Town"a. Ca"vtlle; J. W. ay'
Archer Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
0. P. Cannoe, OaIno ellle.
Members School loard-R. 13
Weeks, Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W
Moody. LaCrosse; 0 W.\. Mllkr
Trenton.
Stato senator-H. H. AlcCreary
S Oslmeerille.
Members House-Syd L. Carter
GainesallIe; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe.
|1
City Ofmr ra:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
lMathbal-HI. T. Arnow.
Tax A-sse:sor-\. .. l.radford.
Tax Collector-T. D. Ellis Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer- J. Maxey Dell
City Attorney-R. E. Davis.
ioard of Allr:rirn--G. K. Ilroonme.
President; S. J. Itrnett. II. L Phif,.r,
H. 8. Cravvs. C. A. (oleI migh. W. T.
Pound. J. A. Go(xdwin.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton, secre-
tary; I. F. Dutton, E. J. ailrd, J. H.
Vldal.


GAINESVILLE,
-THE--

University City.


Gainesville is conctledd to Ie Ii.
oi-ot enterplri ing as wrll ii thO h i- l-t
beautiful city in the initrrir t F'?,"
Ida. It Is loca.td i.. .. '
of the State. half ~aLy la) I *\\ '
lautic and Gulf C,,a-t .. -:r ;' '
landii o f such fI.rililty ;'a to I.- i; i
of Itr',iducing a ra at all \ a t ,
ll the lih art tl. :.t. ..
pbhophabte i.J Ina.i -Ar-tor I.
bas the 1..-t edmali i'iaaitl ai '
in the State gtU I h rl :'.tur i
ediflc. w uhich iare .-upti(rior to .:,
touw of its -, ize In Flor:da. wtith lar'.-
and cou-istanit ( oIngr' t;ali,,n: l .-a ai
clin att which ('c;itla i i l .1 ,x ll ,J 1 I
h.alt h and .l<.a.aur. A.l thc e natur:a
ad unlatagK ., .olullti. d thb a lpr, *'-'-
Iv'e alid eiUtcrlr ig I'co ntop.l"ii:
caitiz.lhbip. are surf to Iluake 4 I1
cia v
There are many natural attract','l o
In cl<,.a proxinitl: to the fity, ?,,U,, ,'i
h(l I'raire. the De 11 Mill lHulopp r. \\War
r. is ('ave. and Iake Neilan. all of
Sblch are reached by private ton\ic
Spring Park Sto'k Farm, the large e-t
oad flneit live stuck farm in the State.
I Oti!y eight milel. etl of the
and i- rabched by a good Iurd rajd
affordl:ig a moit ,aia.-art dra\e
The farmers of Alachua county ,f'
ahblh ;Galiulreille 1 the count)> >,*
"Ilve at home and board at lth,. .aii,
ta'e?." The temperature i, -rt ulil
form,. carcel> e\tr r ,.sc gllg tlh, iti'"
t In Sunl iiaur or thi tr nritle 11s


slutt-r. The populatiii, of Caltua'.l.
ls aboct eight thousand reprveeitatii
haearly e'ery nationalist on the fate
o thIe arthb. and stranlgrs aIlay1'
l*(et lith a bearty wilcomue
Tbho 'ulverlity of Florida fur )ouig
Sen at, d the National Agricultural Ex
ierlm,-nt Statlou are located %iltliII
the corporate llailta of the city In
fact. Gaoinesvllle ha so lany things
that we lauat be pardoned It we omuit
a fw of them Ia te following esumer-
Sl.m of w"ha
StaImviiru e Hm


Ose artist
o sajleas.
Pour reek.
Powr bash
four dalrtes.


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*. it'ati %4. ( fi- Alli colfmi an? d tur
,,e on all sttabdard marhi.ee.




FWe*Y a ou


troubles. bOCaue we are Msre N
wid help yomu. mbswr tat
thi gret fleinalrMeY-


NNEE
1IEOF CAR D-UU


p01 Forhsoda" Mhdtm*
me, m ow hav d U Is "6
hssmd~to tAt4Try191l
b~t~MbY ~Cft nfL(
loY Li~060


0AINNE40 ILLY. FLORID.i. J.N' K 2. 1909


TWO


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One touadr
Water works. 0
Ten ritirrhe.
One ga plaUt.
I. Two ti,-n -ht|)l
Three lIakeries
1 41 i Ih* .-;i -I .
Six friit >',r .
Two grtn-n.n;th
S S4,\ rr-tau:rantH
S I' rl Tr l..
,SI\ i :..
tate I iii\t r itly.
1:a,,,nih" T" IIpl .
T***n'v law vefr
'a [wa pia;.( hop
F i.ar I.'tra ct i





.. I ,1ork
Tl.r il '.* r tn th ..
FL~yect* viood yards.
P!' dfktnal rooms
n' ul-r-a; .offrep.



Fr ,' ul i li'Lr ry.
o-'u'r b:.,Ie niarkets.
S :iaht I arl' r ,hos.
T "o p ubl:e -rhools.
T'o r d al roomuses.
Tvto Vnbt rdanheries.
ITwo abstrar- offce.
Pour pressing clubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
Six boarding houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three Jewelry store.
One phosphate oce.
One Chinee laundry.
One Christian church.
Two steam laundry.
Two Advent churches.
One daily newspaC r.
Two hardware store.
One female physleia.
Fifteen grocery stores
Five Baptist churches.
Three furniture store.
One cold storage plant.
One weekly newspaper.
Seven dry goods stores.
Three cold drink stands.
One electric light plant
Three blacksmith hope.
Three railways systems.
Eight benevolent orders.
Tw3 Eplp-opal churohe.
'nilted States land office.
One chemical laboratory.
Thirteen Sunday schools.
Two veterinary surn eM
One Presbyterian chrch.
Two cigar manufactorles
Four real e mtate ageiacs'l.
\'olivjo,.r filr dclaertnelv it.
8~\ eral luimbn r or.;.anit.s.
Tlr.- .M. th ls-t ch,,rt hf -
A ITr. ta i 'i sran'.t!rn
T'.', oil, m"t ra.ltph iriire ir-s .
I'\\o ninvit I olirtiuroa how.
Il.orida V'lntcr Chautauqua.
One semi-weekly newspaper.
Five life ItI msce 6 a8m..
Fir t-class *w. t.raige system.
Two f,.rtll ,,*r r,-n"', f,,'t' ri'.
Fi.#- fir Insll-ranlr agencies.
T 1. Ii.4 1) a dJ fed stables.
),:i ,. ,atn. anid basket factory.
,one Elks' Club reading room.
1.;rdnlood Marianufacturing Plant
.\r-ricultral E: \lrirnic t Siation.
F ,riila \\a:rrti r I'll.I (',itf.tretnce.
Five drc.:.^ .;tLing (-stlii-hn.eits.
\ it' .. il, 1- 1 .'l a tQ tir arlum .
Ti.rte rn',l. rt.t'.;:nz .i: ltll in int
TI%.) of :h. l,.-t Ihot.tl in t the In-
t.r iar.
"I"o who! al, grain and feed
-*nr, -.
Two, whl-ai:, r ,'.ry tal1. L.
\V, t r .l r hLa- ii..n!r (G injeJl, It* "
T:. t <.ii. r, h is-ll in tl'e .tai." I
i ,.\ e; ., rl .l: btar1,.tm i S.. ', 'o e -t t t i o1<"in J 5'-," ,-
.rI. nt,.r- na-'n;h. I la.t,.rt r.
,. tl.a r- i t i .a. .i an l.
lr. nile., oif pav1d -i .rctts and
.r:atr.,.ti; .ld, walk- th;tan anv (,thr
'i.n :, I:i ( !.* l t! rin r of tl1 .'t ,
ArI $ ", .'' ',,urt heii,-, built of brick
.tad -t.n ae j j.istfill ?tru( turs and
'L, law n- tin ..-, l l.d- .ti rh bb ry.
Ci il, l i ..n*" i:. nhii.> ',< ie t '(t 'nurrou du
,1a it. n -Ih. :: a .A me i attractive plic
turc
T.> nt.r rtr r sll. t- fur Salt at thia
fe; The tIw-t otn ilhe maIkt Oiily


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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00



To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The

Sun to Citizens of Alachua Conty!




Each Section Gets Prizes!

Contest to Close August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading bosinem hms
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Piano and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. Thee
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pianos
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra piie as follows: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the capital
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemable in
cash a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, Dayton
or Joln Church Pianos. In addition to this they will give a oertifeate od for
$25 toall other contestailts in the race, and will make special arrangements with uay*
one to take care of their paper on all purchases of instruments at the cash pie.
*T in v t ill embrace the city and suburbs and be con
The Uainesville Se fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this district will Ie awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.
Eastern and Sothern Section territory from Fair-
Eastern and Southern Ses all points eapt and from Ro-
clelle sl points oulth-W;illo, Ilawtiorn, Island G(rove, Cimplille, Micanopy,
lake View. Tacoma niid all points I(ling line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.
SI y11 comrise Iall stations from
Western and Northern Section "aei o ris a st.,at. iTensrom
Haguo t igh Springs, Trenton,
\\'Waline, 1 eWilCx, N lell, Newl'rry, Joniesville, AIrller ani all ettlemetnts covered
lb this. ares. )N E 'A N .


Sd We t nBallot b x e will be found Io the etablish-
ainuts of kth. uerciants giving votes and at The
tun oflite. Votes sent by utail must be dirertsd
t tte Voting Contest Dtpartmeut of Tbe kun.
Vote -- : Galuesvile. Florida.
The following rntr.hants will give one vote
goods shich they banrdle:
Gainesville Furni*ure Company, Furniture.Rules and
Phifer A Morris Co.. Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Mardware Co., Plumbing and Hardware. 1. The contest is open to anyone living lt
Mrs. F. T. McCormick.l Millin eryAlatbua couny who i kt now hv thi renmdEn4 q
Mrs. F. T. McCormck, Mlllnry. of the contest or vouched or by some rt.ateb
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Mecicines. persoo, to em woell Iows.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry. .No employee. attab w or, relative i of t. r nrm
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. prietors of theb bove-samed grms are edblo to
Saunders A Earle. Groceries and Feed Stuffs participate la this contest, d wll uttta t
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry. 3o In te eve o
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats. ndidate, or others laterese I thgis e
Crawford A Davis, Livery and Sale Stable. ih controversy may be erred to the ea.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. doctors of contest, who alone ar twhe p
The Brown House, Meals and Lodging. qu alled to reader dectdlts
N. Francisco, Banana Hous, Fruits Et. 4. In the event a edidate gmgmd to il
S1aw from the race, su k Ch m *d* wl lmet he
Iddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Buildng Material. draw from t e. o to sL .et W aft
Standard Fertilizer Co., Fertilizers. a dldate ta L -gt

TI-IE DA IL. sNY
O'd 5~btseow MUe SebsWes
$1.25-Three months' subscription ....................... 600 votes 00 vmt
9e.50--Six months' subscription ................... .... .. 1,00 vot 1,00 votst
5.00- One year's subscription ....................... 3,500 rote 4,00 votes
For a club cf five one-year subscriptions ( .'"T'1,,' ;.-;:',,'"" ) 30,000 vote 35,000 votes
For a club of ten six-mouths' subscriptiuas (;,'' ',All,".'"'A). .30,000 votes 35,000 votes
'I Ierc is no limiit to the nlurllmer of clulis taria c oittc"tailt ni.iy Mecurti.

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
1.00-Ou youear's Mbl riptie ................ ... ......... ... s. mvSm
For a club ofi vs me-yar sabshriptims ............... ............. vm
For a dab of t5 -yr IabseriPies.............................. O mm


There is no limit to the number of clubs each contestant may sure.


solicitin g tv by seadideteeK p os WON W dtai the mu-e
diM' IUSI ianvs Is .id"l! Ibj hep Itr


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TDI DAILY BSU: OAINKTILL, FIAIBIDA. JUNE 2. 1909


t-


f- of the prAul.."LUt citlkI., of that
A- il Ipart of the eouia,. as in thet ci')
If wrt wr i fir yestr- yesterday ie t slatI that tbe- ioad
t 6 'W -s theW popm are very dry Lad Ihe flarmrr' arlt
S" ON swam Ineeding raia a they sever needed
it before. their corn crops looking
me ow oww An W Ias If they were buralag up.
0 1 l,0"T wIh Capt. and Mrs. T. H. Tower of Lut
ST hemeoe arrived L In the lty yeterda) and
00-1i M gy n the- will tpeadL the ulnet few d)ay hiret
Svsitins the family of Col. I. K. Web
WW.-. 6et b a Dih ni Ill" C- t- T '. r


iA. g t of LaCross w a
--M the ~msta visitor to tae
day rjter. e Ne aa aisdin t he
t ha mf Aulri#Aha bMsiness.

u Iaa orf Ceusty Commlast.a
me ae w to a aIod and I wlU lb
sheet ?hwty helre tbey complete
ir I agbm of sd ti bills aad at-
me to a"ber bsaes LthLat w
ewee bog gS


Wer. morr U ain avlii. (apt. o ,-
is the superintendent of the Mutual
mines at Iutton, which concern is
owned largely by J. R Williams.
S. V. Duke. accyrEmnelfd ) I .
daughter. Mrs. J. H. Trub). and hier
two little laterestingo sn. l-ft yen
terday for Worthingtuu Sprlugs to
spemd a Ahort while. They were- i c
eampbaled by Mrs. Claude Town
sead ot Tampa. *bo is spending a
abort while bere visiting them.


td sof Our Latest Arrivals


A OOPLIT lUSO OF UMBRELLA CANOPIES

A FULL LIE OF HARNESS

A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF LAP ROBES


A FIW TASTY RUNABOUIt'


- WhI is a osd of uaythul,, iu our liue call ou us.


Crawford & Davis
sm-m-r, We OGve Votes for 't R'ug and Piano Couteit


am" de Ismu" am a



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at toManINqw





aid ~:- ool so








~~crrut-now to
Iowa 640 t sem J,


4iowor WiL sa
am I OdW*'cr







A* a --a IL bome. vi
'" L~C P" b, an






rwfor
Idwoo lowl"mad 60be abaft t
SONnera w o n ok
Mi o dw hoded V~bw Cra-


WTAbbr IrW vioioso to the city

DOpW mrW C. g.r 1 ao
Aite was here y broday am a
-I0o M., omd me ting his aw

Mr. l0 Mrs. M Do. DOt C
I a r mar't .l- o t Aiys. w.:
I l* tOW aal>

SIaly yes trday. He ls a trout
Oa Oais to be pro-seat the aL .ual
msst of the C- lederate r terat.
J. I. Spivey. -e tf ld Coo-
grato voters of this city. wasr
Im sthe soen to cla )e.-
IS o a attend the r"eele at that


1T Soed the We of the old Cacw

4ar. T-- wora ro to Lao

Ma S. t OreWr arrived the
OF 4sebe baum Uve Ok to lla
hr b and vin t hear wpareat
. Md sILm AL aJer igm. e

.rmr. IrJ jei.. r-
M ftwab Gbao at l sra Ga n-e
b Ri tI thes ay I41 We




4 1LT de POWe vi besi oerm

Lemig Im Uel d
Talo ngomeb emupso ner aban.
ab al ogprOWe deepen&



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g4 h ester, wh s atp
~. oad a In Ioatate walew vs

am am rMoh yalira. Ih l
A. 3. Po wuhais wo rr oo rta
In m of Me read on" in f the

ay S.TIe Jawo a rolae Vo vlas

w M 'r yter.y He.stte
amk ese Wi s had seal meal"



S09 1 -etI e p reat wee khut




o bsII ah a l neee o o"th
T. Oarm or wifea of Archer




iy. T. ieater ad Route to clrs

bvu ad will e .d the et seve wrua
dais irstat cityVisiting their dafeh-








i eset rltes as so ret ero hrotc
adjoSban soum .formerly eped
W W. L Ia Loraa; oft.watalso,




&W 00e4a ewarae bat. an Wa
CI. U. MeCr wn of rue torr oe.



IC. V. McQueen of Ne% berry. out.


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mor oravem ea e Apply at thh
office.

FOR BALLE.
VOR BALE-New six-room two-story
house within two blocks of square
Apply 407 W. Maoaki s street.
FOR BALE-I4ea-tifl white stone-
Uined refrigerator which has only
bten used two weeks. Capacity,. 1:,'
pounds of lee. Only reason for a.-ll-
Inl Is on account of size. Mrs. 1).
G. Edwards.

MEDICAL.
Q"' 'K R'STORATI', E for lott map
I',,uA 8ati.faetlon guaranteed o-
nti, .-y r.funded; 50c per bottle
sold by W. M. Johnsor

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

IN SOUTH ATLANTIC

T.i *scores. in the South Atllaitil
Ia-.' < '-terdii)t lert. a,- f fi ilo :
Charlestou 2, Jaukso Savannah I. Columbia 4.
Columbus 1. Macon 2.
Chattanooga t. Augubta 4.


Kveryone would be


bantflte-d by


taking Fole)'s Orino laxatle, for c.a
stliploi. Stomach and li'e-r troubk..
.t it swewtens the stuloumach and
brmbt. gently t inulate-. the la~.riuid
regulates( the bobej -.ls and is niuch tI
jwrior tau pills and ordluar Laxatul\e-
Whyy not try Fole) (O)ruo Luxallt
today) J W MC('ol luu & Co.

Is-'t hrthere- koiithiitg LithII only b.
walt ad. can do for you today?


I lil fI.. I A



TO NEWBERRY


BY AUTO
Antoasoohikh- aves Mil' er &A V'il' daily
exerpt Nunday at l)::~> a mi. Re-trnniing,
Ikavo N w.'trry at 2 '.t p. ni. A ('ON-
VENIENT anmd TIME-'AVIN.l ROUTF.

Fare $1.50
-CARS FOR HIRE--
--- --
-MRS. McCORNICK'S-

MIWNERT ART SCHOOL

--NOW ()OPEN-
At Mrs. McCormick's Millinery Par.
lor, West Side Court House
Square, Gainesville, Florida.
A ,rLi .*ti' .tn.' tl-r 'uih e",urr ,of .i.truc
*lon It 'ir Artl l..iai. i t eir, lning w, t- e
surith I,% M % M I Mil' i-rt Art lci* n rg (c:uure iun 'r .i
two to thC n tnis'. R. ir -*ra -iitilc u'o'


inO. W. DA POkT
I'M iel .


Tmr ad Rebuilder

StNrMa FlrnitWd Proapty and Al.
Work (tuaramted.
lfrimwg"e: AdIesn:
IwnlFrnucjlPianoCo. GAINEaVILLA.
LudS-na Ba t FLA.


--STATiltUl UEPOSI



First National Bank

QAINKEVILIK. FLOmIDA)


Surplus, $*o,OOO.oo


Id (A t 1 4 4I nd.. S l m'c i r it A v si i t ) 1 0( 1 i '- AI 1- 1 % 111wa ll I W
R~ Ic.i~i~' -Lit rote- *r c.i A II a i .,(, 01114u11101A14.~~ca il


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tUred from a pleasant risit of a
week to Oeala and other points and
report hIavt ad a very pleasant
vacation. Mr. Hall is one of the
popular saleksme of Phlfer Bros'.
racket store.
Lame shoulder is almost invariably
aused by rheumaUsm of the muscle
ad yields quickly to the fre appll-
cation of Chamberln'r innimeqnt.
This ligament is not only prompt and
effectual, but In no way disagreeable
to use. Bold by all drulists.
A. P. Scott of Hague was vni'Uo th-
visitors here ye-terday. He is pro
prietor of the tinnery at that plar c
ano doel a large buhtln-c es c( ry sea-
,on. but is (of thi ollion that it
will be \ery light the comnilii .:-asoii
unll,-Cs the farui-rs ha ei noAld rain-
Percy M. Vyle of JacLks nville- i
among the ibrltora to Gainels ille-.
stopping with the family of hi. uncle.
K. Voyle. He- Il engage-d iln the
advertising busineitr in the- State Iln*
tropolis and reports that businet-w Is
very good with him throughout the
'4i itO
William Wlson and fallly of
Alachua have arrived ila the city and
will make thhs place their future
honie. Mr Wilson will follow bis
profes-ion as (arlpnter land has mad-
all arrantigp-'ents to go to work as
sool as he i can g'-t bhi funilly Io-

If yo)U are notA atiflend after u-IinI
acolrdilg to dire-lctions toothird oif
a I ottle of Chan-al-rliiiin Ptoeuniah aid
L.el-r Tablet., )ou canl hav- your
snum)) back. The tableubl cleanrs, and
Intscor(at the stomach. iiiro"'e the
dligstion. regulate the bLow-la. 4;i\r
the-n a trial and gIetv ll. kIild by
all drulgists.
I'in- Gruo'- lair) Oldest aud bes-t.
I;,A(l At. .inuliiadmi'e tof pirAiirle gras
Alid .l ;ir rumili ag tr It oer i our pas-
r,1) S itl. %*t.tf 11
,. .. f liil.: ii.
i 1 i 4, i, s i| ilk rMiman. with slu.i
IIi 1.. 1 1 t ,i. 1 i ii.
1, r I. % k I 1 l'A t a..* I 1 ', it l l .
r ii. !' ,

I t l e, ., I, 1, I 1. -.i I 1 1 i, b :'


T i herei besgg t o f T F
Thomes tbeesew fletier 6Wst aLbt
.- -We -.he "tt i The growth d this Bank is pod con-
i-bet of --. w" stand"n" i" I i COin
trkj& of hbl remr 66a cO We-Mt MIir.
94""t a" rw &m w, th* tre-t U.1
1 b...d w ... ,. 9 ,h. Ga.- elusive that its business isbeing con-
t.il b ered th Csorej y. Ato1 .t.e
i"l. .","r, ."6 I. At ducted :n a manner highly satisfactorn

tL the 4l: si1' .;' 0,t to its thousand patrons. W e would n
reac- U. -nt- o
uV .sa ,-'.g. as appreciate some of your business. : :
rT b-Ty wa eas n w.t--') d,-:.'lh r
,4. 4ad the saus l hiht'!? Iinjur*d.
butliOes was burt Ralll;h Thma.
ba ..te ,' "- Rb T gg GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
goMe I the boe, whbe thte bore
beca. frtgte*. I4 C. A. FAII('I.OTII. Ca.-lier

Tb attentom o our readers s 6668806669** seeOs--- gg
esito als is advertlma-t of _
the Aiscrm Cougty Abrtrct Com- m a mMA-
pan. wiT aiears elseer. TN i CMI UET
Mr. 4ad Mr. C. K Melton and lit- I h' i roar M epairen l iy M in-
tie daughter. Marguerite. of Mkmopy. RIt 00, thr rt Lnn -
were here ytrday a route to their WMaker. WiU bw akse in m l luinuter,
home fro a visit of a few days to i bi you wait--e ofchl if nut st-
Par Ja hiacvillea ttory. SOhe bpe.
Iak. Ge. T. Tayor Lf 5 b Uw n M)% I bWty S

Gaitesv mHe nw eaW ui wm m le I* 1 ra LVE1 1 S r T

tt he as meets with **h S ewes. ~ a make ; a sWfctkal Ios The r a&Pie uod o wOy
Dr. D B. HoL we of Newberry was rY word onr fmb i O tOE Mo eat shamrl be matrtaso. The
I-m tIh visters to Galner-tllu a adadideal II CAtM tI advatsee bt r mi -ed wt I
Thes@y. He states that kIs t very e Gm aaa al sers Sr sadw ent
dry I I section sad the farmers (a 4 g rk Um b the
Ware baIy a eed of rasi for the *purittr uablo' ak our
tlo cw e. PN IaeNT. gooee the mo t deouss It s
meri J.P. Galloway of Ocala poi t
arrived the ety yesterday, haviA ROOMS FOR RENT for genteme:.
eme up or the pwrpo of -covey- only. H. J. Dempsey. KEYSTONEI AKERV
is a prlioser arrested on riday and tPhNe S4. T. Shower. Prep
wa ked In that eoaty. He states FOR R%`T-Oe sixZ-room &ad two
that bules-s is ood the Brick Ave room cottagesn aSouth Gaine s-
City vilk Apply to Coffin Factory ofidce.
Mrs. Ciowa has retsfred ifrom 0 Norton
Maynad, to w place she OR RENT-New 6-room cottae. all
s c d th e modern conveniences. 204 E. Court
was cal on acc t of te I street. Apply S. A. Ledbetter. Jes- at A ttltr
sad subsequent death of her father. t
J. P. Taylor. who lived oaly a short c Fremc lino Store.
rwhie after r arrivTl In the East- FOR RENT-nF-room cottage. oi Suvelil, Shet P C1lr
em city. block mext to square; city water and it F
Mr. aWd Mrs. H. Hall bave ree metric lights, bath room a all r
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