Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 4, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01687
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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TALLAHASSEE. June 1.-I1y the *lev-v- ad l t,r,'r. il l:.haxi>c ; t* 1,
"TAiLn.LkHASEE. June 3.--' the 'le'e''.e l ,rr i :a''' I' .Examinations .Will Haeld at Many
close margin of one vote the Senate ilirl ria ii..-
yesterday adopted the amendments to House 11ill No. r.i.. by Mr. Conway Other Places at Same Time to
the Jacksonville charter bill recomi- of ( Ly Requiring newspapers to Seceres Competent Clerks.
mended by the committee on ianu.- mark al advertising news. editorial
cipalitles. or cartoons aid for. Passed.
Senator McMullen of the Eleventh. Committee substitute for House ALBIUQUERQI'E. N. M.. June 3.-
with whom the Senate stood firml lill No. 73- Requiri-g supreme court The i 8. Civil Service Comamis-e
together a few nights ago In a flight clerk in all cases itn which the -u tosion announces an examination June
of a similar character, under waiver preme court writes an opinion to send '9. ait Phzoln ix. rescolt. and Tuss.tI
of thel rule. through Senatorial cour the clerk of circuit court of county Arizorna; l'aetteville. Pt. Smith. Lit
tesy was conspicuous In his effort to from which case ie appealed or writ tie Rosk. and Texarkana. Arkansas;
have the Senate adopt the amend- of error takPf. a correct opinion and Gainesvill'e. Jacksonillle. Key West.
ments and thereby destroy the full decision. Passed. Miami. Pennacola and Tampa. Flor-
purpose of the measure. Senate Hill No. 33. by Mr. Miller ida. and Albuquerque and Las Vegas.
The bill will have to go to the -Concerning obstructions to naviga New Mexico. This examination is
House for concurrence In the amend- tion by bridges or other structures. held to secure eligibles from which
mnents unless a vote to reconsider ac- Passed. to make certification to fill existing
tion is made and carried, and there House Dill No. 135. by Mr. Brown vacancies. at $900 per annum, in the
is now little hope of Its being reached of DeSoto- To prevent contaminate e position of Forest Clerk in the Forest
in the few remaining hours of the or pollution of waters. Passed. Service. and vacancies requiring sim-
aon. By Mr. Car. substitute for House Ilar qualifications as they may occur
The amendments provide that the Hill No. 224 -Authorizing payment at salaries of $900 to $1.M0 per an-
bill shall become a law January. 1910, of balance due on construction of a num.
after being ratified by a vote of the dormitory for old university at Lake Eligibles from thto examination
people at an election called by th City. Passed. will be subject to appointment In
city council, and that the section re- House Bill No. 151, by Mr. Malone Forest Sulpervisors' oimces on the
rating to the appointment of the' con of Monroe Relating to rules of d- Apache. Sitgreaves. Garces. Crook.
anissioners by the reprei- .statiies In scent. Passed. 23 to 3. and Coconino forests n Arizona; on
the Legislature be, stricken out. House Hill No. 161. by Mr. Mahaffey the Dtll. Gila. Zuni. and Alamo for-
Senator Iluckman made one of the ,f Gadeden-Making carnal inter- eats in New Mexico; on the Ozark
most eloquent, logical and con.incin. i course with unmarried lunatic female forest, Arkansas, and on the Choc-
addresses in ewhalf of the niea. ur unlawful. Paed. tawhatchee forest in Florida. Many
as it stood and against amendment House 111 No. 133. by Mr. Wall of (if the places of appointment are very
ever heard in the lA'gihlatite hal.. Iradford-Requiring bonds of county desirable from a residence jpolt of
here. He eliminated -riMonalitieh .onimissioners and members of view.
entirely and his remarks centered iKardp. of public Instruction. IA"t, The duties to be performed con-
wholly upon the' nerltt of the bill. I fto 12. sist of carrying on office correspond-
tlcie. keeping up lIle., and conduct
Measures Considered. Senate. Hill No. 41S. by Mr Sams- g ru tkeepin up Ales.. and conduct-
Twenty-four nie.n.il'I wiser ire-i le-Kgulating running of automobiles. ene of the ur Superss sor in the
h.thtnn'uftthe rebtt' kUl sr lior Ilit he' to 1
at the ni tht li *1 t i. t -Ith.ena ,"'r. t 1-.,' 11 4.1 hid.. Tilhe. Forest Se-rice' does not
it I aniiig fill>- till,- ;1 ,l.( il l .r.. Ihlfoull. 1ill N\ ). 114. by Mr. N.e-ley ub i euce.
furaii'ha iOther hous4ies or subsitence.
S tcll"l.li i..; f l.(e'if i -Prosidinig that in certain mi d .s t % ill vle x. ted to
isate It'll No.). 4. *4 .lMr. Ilud- -s-it ipoi rt'-i'!'l-nt infants who are
a Re'qtirinig anid aisthorizing th il- I'(oIr I rarth an i may I sreed with ; ,i, i, ae '
4' :itrollor toe r. fuini l dlrailiage taxes". l.roe '.s 1y 1 ,ubli'a itin Passed. 17. "i .-. ,;.siiiati.ln aill conlsit of
I',, d o <. 4 i i i11.. i ii li lltI i i, inna hi|1 l t-.
ia-. ,! N. 111. I, M% r ('la.k Senate [till No 410;. 1% Mr Sloan t itii.. aiii i. les lo uhtio dlraft.
(: '.*ff. r-.n 1. latl, .i to, recordings ltl R.lating Ito ro.sl(wcatiin of lisco esl .of i,
li I e.el l ;at 1 (. 'C I l S.4l

Chiramante Guilty of
ti, S ; i e t ee | | '.l i i'io i thi ,' i" '
a t I.11,' 1 !,1( ,1

Taking Life of La Belia ,, : ii;' .111itoa.%
s n;iat 1Itill .\o ;':.. 1 M r. llcid r
-, gl ilt it.4 fH r ftilt- totdiigu
I .. the L. It.ella .lil>l..d r .S- a '. 5 I. II .. il H taIi r1 NI ili .
.i lude atd at- a la oi \\. i.. <. i 1 lie ail '. ii i. 1 it) l Juilht
uiiht. ands afte-r an u. lil. V..le* ', ... [id i. s.! '. iI e. ( I _, '. i 'top
Jutgo. J. It. W all. th '. Jo i 'It5 li' l ii,.e t it A m.. .. i 1t I i ., 111 n \ : I M r, t ..g .
coilrl ider its Ietrdut Al. r .I 111 S t. ... t te t *I -i hiA s ,I s% i1. f IhI1,4. 1 h, it 1..,L1ii'. tIo ouItit. ol
for a half hour or ucer, lor th ii ur. hi ao> fror t i! i ,..a. e l.. h.i ..t I t Il l n ri. 1 marks and
reI* til tlo the' court ri c. ,>i.i i> a S l i l .i. frti;t i i,,r.,liii. l',i-.-d, l I. 2
folt of an agreement I ,l ingt fo4rthe'iln |I l.,t n ll the a..nitl oi rc oiirl )t i sa. lill .\, 4T Il .Mr Mlg. the- court to k a r., .-- liil t rda' morniiniK tl. jill bt,iloul ilt Si tia I' l-.,sn ,r .l1.,. o t Gtiluit r *I
ye1 trd.) I morni lng. i i. r ditl t il lt a harge.d 11 Iht ,ie e .,' ,li tsant I'.t--.ed
l ick id up for the light to ilake ill i a1eiti4 l ir1t lit dg. Wall diilatructe.Il
Its Ind .Itie jtr. tlli.sl It, erdl.i ilill -I < o lTHE HOUSLE
The feature of .W'edlu'lai at ha. the' de.gre.e oif crii for lhih .ra i- b ..
trial was the tat.u -t l l u ..rdict I. mad. sd a 'r t r r ti l lt rai I ai r,. t .i Si h. I
a4111.d. ()lO r af-rio f t('i raiil.'il '. i Jill r.e r.d ta I ,t (.l ll e ll i4t ti e f i c) ,. .it if ,a
to ld a .r' itr('tunli-Ia hl,l.; h..ll..r. !, I,. .5 I -a is I<'t l > t r ,,I !ai1"\ It" .1,115I iaLt4 j,,tI 1 .s, ,1INK e hl .1l4 .. :,
Cf hiw h. I. u, Fe t uIt. I' I .u ,t ., .i I ,, i' I.* 1 h ill > I
ll' a' t il lh i l .: I 11.1 I ,. ,*, '' l .' i II t* isi t. il,e ih ;

haa e i ia isa ,i ri.i! e-' 1'

Augusta Factory Man

Was Dashed to Death

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PHILADELPHIA. June 3.-The at .district. was lled with a howMalg
t-mlpt of the Philadelphia Rapid mob. So far as e beh larmd the
Transit Comnalny to operate Its cars strlktng street ear tmeeaalve
;L:it night with strike breakers Im- did not take may part i to l ratig.
iorted from other cities resulted la They were kept eatled by thir
the Brst rioting which haocredecrred leaders their arloa meattg
laae the strike of the street car places.
men began on May 2S. One Pl lema. Olag.
In the Keaslngton distrtt. where The taiprted tr prev
many mills are located, the feel ed to be a dltappataImet o th eo
ran high. Mobs of me. womea aad pany. aay of the desaila thir
children pulled the motormea d can at the Irst a a tre e a a
conductors trom their cars and beat leavtag them stadlag in te street
them severely. In maay Itatne at the mery of the mIg several f
cars were set a fre and ht other them applied to the strtbrs er aId
came thrown across the tracks. to retuar to New Terk. T ayag that
The police were powerless to con- they had been brought here awls'
trol the angry strike sympathisers. Ilaragepsetatis.
When they charged the mob it broke. Durtag the mew of the gKeela
only to formu agala ln the vicinlty tea rIots. PoIa a lavy wa abat
of another car. la the hack of the had a l I s d
When the rioting started after to be la a dylag eia sdg. In the
aight fall every car that eou M be ame seets aom Mw U a k of e

aot Into the barm of the ooamany
was taken of the street. several po-
licemen were lajured durlag the
riote al.
While the most serious riotig oc-
curred in the mill district Ia Kea-
-saiton, cars were attacked Ina may
other parts of the city. In West
Philadelphia dynamite eaps were
ltuaced on the tracks and crowds
stoned the strike-breakers when they
attempted to bring out cars, forcing
them to return to the barn. la the
down town section conductors and
inotormeni were pulled from their
rare antd their clothes torn from their
lacks by mnxlho of trike sympathizers
In somen ca-ses the terrified strike-
I rakeinl lad to Ix. taken to private
hotseta aind guarded by Ipllce to save
ihein from iodily harni.
In Ketnsrililton there' were fie biIR
riots and all c eiilin Kensington
;lail I tih. min thliorothfliare o(f the

were plW ied ih elsw oter b
pwtlaf e--uI sh w----I paving
stores aad were thm at n i. At
Ieat 1 pauessn hakve b aa nir fl
ly Injured.
Darlai the day th eaaar dlS-
ed to have operated a tew agl e
than oa the ra- d Wof tLh
styike. Chairman rtt tlhe ma
ear me admitted that arm M dlW -
breake, imut sa the a lrm
wm asOver mre f the d I
of the men who had rn o strutb
were weakemlag.
The central labor mal R has dter
mined to take advatage of the peti
cal fesatres Involved is the strL sad
at a Icetain of ita ealferease am-
mitee last nilht decided to lema a
call upon all its members and symI p
thisers to celebrate next SaturdY.
which is primary election day here,
as white ribbon day.

West Palm Beach Ian

Drowned From Launch

\KWEST PAL.M IEACI(I. June. 3-- sonic manager fell oerboard. The
Juliu. SoiultalK wai drowned \Wtdnei tExd)ty wa rtecoer-ed by the use of a
dai uighti w~hilhe Iatkiiig a trip from seine about ino les )eeterday, and after
ih- I s .It) :Iatalal in a gallini.e %iting the body (Croner Richards
' 1 .ih l., toe-iliher with hi Ilin *t'eld that Sontag was saccdmtaily
i'!' r. I I liill. l, re- tlhe c'%l twecl cilrc, nl'd
Sii'nt-,. f Ih laiihi. aid h' ln iu st*| l|Mr. SBo as was about 45 years of
ll ailolut ihreire milei e-hii iof it re are. and la %iti) a another aad sister
S4oii4.l.K w- ( forward to Il ee wlt heith.r iia Wateill rUoit. GraUua. having
i:the gKj-oline tank ias onl>pt) and ln I no relatives in Anmrica.

Finds Wife Dead Clasp-

ing Her Baby In Arms

ATI.. IA A i :: Wa.lter ilug i: tby els'imed to her breast The body
,- t, .i 4.t.mi ta i i,.i r. ,ldii; at ka sm arii aund ihe. haud evidently
i.* I *" fli.a k, ii i11 ll i 1 ll dt l le t Ill.% a fe'& IltAilIilJt1
I. i 4-, it rOlate It l.\% Ill11f liIK i. 11

, l, ii i- 1i, 4, rle -i lli.a( i t )ate Iie A little
',Ai,,,l th ial. ile ad a h Il l I IllIh at i tt fe ult.

waut ad will accomplilb

Growers Decide to Form

Florida Fruit Exchange

t V. i

f ~. .~tiday

I .' *i U today

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IFE TO tChargd Tht He *et BWoy Abeot
L F TO Twelve Moatha As, and.He

S-- Lydia E. Plnkham's -
oi.f WM V ete ble Compound Joe Praticlt. a youInm white, man
4ia *ai ma d "Pats" As Vi aeasW. V.--*" frelthatlowe f e~r''. a a broht hE.r.
aftgwae was a tsfhe ten f life to Lydla Thur*may an. d nl h,,e si.t to thi
Sr. Plnkhaum'i \ e in.ps,. hang be4,in .'l tic.'d tO
Si le Compound serve six months by Juitice. C'art'r
thlKeverYerm y s Ie
l 'a iwas a walk I for the larceny of a busgy.
l: df a shad Mow. Ihadben It eems that the theft was com-
Sunler the doctor's m!tted eight or more months ago
DIN WM ith sK r out the parties suspected of the
B i Mded me to try crime were only aplpr-lfended by the
a ve Lydia E. inkluam officers this week.
Seg etableniw Cor. Besides the young man who was
m opu d Iadit worked
No 11MhkeaSh ar It. r- convicted on the charge, two other
111111 1Mete adll R a my a white people, a man and woman.
-- vim al suffering were arrested as accomplices, but
N-Me. wom mto m L L PL-ikham'. the evidence was insuficient and
S e Vegetab M a- MAL.xxA
S M aWee wsa e W srowlg, W Va. Justice Carter discharged them.
e a-o *wedL- ft7I L IL r a' Ve etasesb Co
^^'-so It h*--' Irootr and & *
Ie Uh saUmensi ***' se Seesbel0 *gU Week.
SIa1m b10 t WhAt 410 a& t&& bhlb teo record Everyone in tcwn will be nlaterested
SAl ise i lreM ll eW OlofetMal imw to kaow that Manager Kalbield of
1011111 to ad--, g the New Balrd, in cooperaiton with
SMr S the emtol M ae eam to la manager Davis of tie baseba!t ieam.
i hTaihmm y has planned a monster benefit for the
WW f t fit o PW "t" t W S Wh whole week. beglnning June 7th.
g o i- .s fStu m. M bama*L U Z The entire net proceeds will go
*a*urNo e iilmmtr g... toward a fund for the purchase of
a i1fty .w ltl 1b unit 1e forms, and aeeessary parapher-
-ft r- a garobu 1 L aianl to equip the team for its se-
a. .t La I ,. on '. work.
6 M am o fagw -u E[ a ao.nd so more enjoyable way
d M O US = 4. &a. te to show yo~r latereat la and encour-
O4 -ag1g a1S& agegment for the team than to pur-
to dM Was" p14A. 3 .- isgg f ioa chase o e or more subectiption tick-
,-" ii- l i of te llets good for each performance dur.
Sto Me tn b d la the week.
Slm to *a ma Oe Su m kew et everytha Vaadeville acts of exceeptoonal
SONm W mM W lt 0e0 d eetW aSOS to aMselal medrt and unquestioned ability will
OW a t6t o 11110 1~h1 1 I pearfetly willing be added features of the entertain-
o a thd agr. s to m kv the et atm t o to them meant in conjuaction with beautiful
S m 9 TMhe L I7 A^ma haI to wM hisk the best team." Als speclanly selected by the ex-
fs w rn, alry eellent operator in charge. A lari.
%% ~&a the NOTUS OF TH 4AME. number of the young ladies In town
S1r 1Mir f Yr Dr. Doll fed the "-tas" all aort of have offered their assistance in sell-
- T Illmhi 3l cuWrves, but te "bg oes" could't lug the subscription seats, so loosen
S 1 4 e tate argenI touch 'g. up your purse strings If you want to
e,. i. i 9 o t lf i "Captalu" Lyncb has changed his help the boys along and see good
0to 4 i I tf al, fr Ieb d about the "Leaus" having a local baseball within a short time.
,.b he 34 artS~eld sli m chance to wln. It I Intended to interest the varl
O. iamm 3d wi te both "Bat-'emout" Teach was there with ous lodges collectively In this hwne-
b. aW M It tlta, thea simd l th e wllo". It week and appoint special nights
S l ta ilta that wma psaced poa Next time Captain Lynch will have when the house will tw d-corated in
.'0aL. more pitchers on hand. their honor and the lodig, ni~eni.brs
CI 9L -l D him moa well iUaed- aircloth sure ham a strong arm will have an Incenti .t to fill th,.
TI = it tIa assistance of the His chunk over flrst to the ftnec. I ou(A w ith fri ludii f!'r tlhat nlig '
M 01 he e tbea they held the wva dsiastrous. ..'l
*W~" do e to ral n In aix ln- Some prett) .lon dri-,, ,.r. n-e t. l On Fritl:-. night Awill th f.dr ',
iisMMI i a 0ty lih that they (n both sides, the majority goItlg to a long prToramti of at;i.i.r i .. il-
e-M have them out altogether. the credit of the "Leans." tiie' (lther f.'atsirs.- ill I'# i.t.-.l
a4 thAt m Wa throUgh pity tt Whhat will ('apttain O'N tay W tim the s i Captain L.ynch? 'I told ),iu so,' --
AWe "- with has stockinls down Turrnrce'st fast fielding>K o 'T :<'lnie
1Ml at t 1e whie. Tommy events of the "Pats' long drive. C A S TR I A
aoohta ba t Wern. ad digits. hot CASTORIA
ct the mad with o Ilove. Poor Milk r Infats r tl Childriz,
Stau rin alad bounr.n garli Is often thouanht to be. r. l-iM iblh JI Kid Yeu II2Vo A*las Iauw
if hiB --i oi r r. r Charlire for am Infant' losa in w-lsIht or en -
Ihnlith arvt dor othig to -
~iZ. th W. fr t- sing to r. ^-- t a wayCat too stIl to run. a
im wa, el to sti.t run is that the child has worms. They ;giuature ,f I. *,..A,
to -a ritd with get the now ishment of the foot and -an -
h eteed wit h.. Teach-. as the baby st&.ves. actually starves.. Cad of Thns.
Vttk -I notable Ben Tench. as Card of Thanks.
,h od iabUe lil t eWhite' Cream Vermifuge exipe-ls the'
Sthe b worms and nourlshe the child, sure I,, it of tsr *l:,,s't r I '1
'Ibrty 01m rs t. Prerltt of cad safe. rice. 2 cats. old by W w',l ti ei*,' ,' t
ahem the ar calibre on st.cond. John, li.ll> ;*nd gr.t,'fuil'. tih...k our lil ia
lfdin 34 little Torreuce. lHilly fisnd foer lthcir ..upport. wink ..rIl
MeYcatry. Roy Layts aad Albert Placed in Wr.lng ex. th llle re t Is iant1 ti i* tIl- MI
O'Uel the "I'Laaas were a worth)'y .t iano ('in.t jt 'l., d r,.
wd f .V I, that L-dn't lr g.. Dul my canvass o the votes in Itll till ujl'i ae uril J lt l:l
Ihm i the d ~ o" brat ll. the ('o4 rstierat Contrest yett.rd;>i
I found that (N,eo.,k vo(e litt.ld lt d r r fr-i.ltlhs, .
*^M,~-- k I ,i lli tw la tini and Ruth. f-prlwilly.
1w b* *M f for Mis Lena Cuoclouab in thI ill be .t d t
att.." ...... 2 7 S&-1 Merchants ountest bad vn deposit hak h. r schlollnat.s
........ 2 -- ed therein, also ,t0oo for Miss Kit .MIt ANi) Mlit J:RNI;AN
Batter: "lans." Dr. Dell and tie Thartn. I make this state.ni.nt Galn..il,.. Juni 3. 1s ''J.

B M. Toe "ata." Dr. Morri. is )ustle to the candidates and to
WulTmergand Hartseld. Umpire. show the parties that oted them uf The Big Head
L, Oraham. their mistake. Respect full). Is of 1t0) kintl con.e i.t alid the
MIS IM)IAN ELLId ll. big heIad thaIt i',iit-i frorti -irck hIeaIl
Cpt. Lynch of tbe "Pats" slIated ach,- Ikts .outr litad \r fe 1 Ilk,
after theI gam that It iw as ~ideut \,.rolie. would t) .ltiefitd b ourid aind ur Iri-in I fe-1 l.i., ;i ain
a a lew of his players ab hald aLkillK Iolve, i,' o i xatij i tvlV foWr ucn r' '* You c It(.. re' 1it 11I1 lnitll It.
bi so highly rcomaunnd-d from tttt11liouu. ltoltlich and isIIl I\r troutbll actilis o ) itir li Ir irh Itllu. l
tlba r Ile ges w, Were laUpost(or a. fi 'a I *. 1 tt I h.l lihl ti.tih i a t ii rbll ti -iit it lori h tr lr.iil f ii
I ballIU laylaga Is ace ruetd. At il it, -ralhi. Iet il -tlllnt i l%. ,s -t lie I1 r aiel (i ith .ol. iiol u ln *i tltii r. l. I 1. 1
same Ui. th "'huary c rr d had rula tes th I u, ls aid l isue>h ,it t 'i Sold by % M Julihnsin.
beIa wilag to coiUnuea the sul". ip.-rr tou illi alid oidhaljfi l.axathe. -
Ir the fll alne liauigs. th t Vat W* ih %nt s F''"l. e l rin, lAntal., The habit of a asaerlua ad. tLh
WMld have eatea them up tuda) J W M-C('cllutu A Co appeal to you i uone that aill ketl
I the "L-Oas" have au. ida tht) you laterested In the life you are UI
e phu ball the "at. ill ur*r. II y aou t e foud aythlas *m I taU ad prOsi erum
lthe at aly LUs. for a orlt. cauu s to advertised i the Waat comluma ua "Want" ads. brial result
mad saow tasm how tbhe gas~ r should
be played The decision of th. un
piref 9 to tollavor of tbhe .ats on'Ic I c r alcohol
was JAised. for the reasus that Tal with your dohKtj< i.- r .*-t A t H* .''-1 Sarsaparilli.

Me af the "l Wa" had Wseu
to sohhig to e.SL

Ask bi-b I ti)I %: 3 AA him a
9 be recomment6 u till I rJ(ii~ ai~ A Uli jIJ
Ur LYL Icva Ol' ts are A -(fi(.~\k Ww a~


Wkk Mae flame O1 CookStove
S.maim awd & a d seal @Wche The 'Mw NfLefta
baa YI CAIDE' TOP hWr huZl W'd a"kp-
bog hfoohd IW L cw t AwoWL Alm ispawlch&to
sam& =I[ ag uSI-sr egoLrync@bo e# C 'to ban
hr boling dfte1e


Seldom trouble the man who i! known to
keep his money in the Bank. Mo3ey
dlepoited with ui is :AFE from theft or
tire :







Thit, Coupoo inay Ie- il-: A' I Is e un c f lee-.r :o' t-itfIlr c,- '.. I
rteteel %ith tCle Icst.-t NOT (ioOD AFTER JVNE 11, 1 or'

Send )our (, ders for Job Printing to



And the savings f Ia lift-
tilmle gOlne 11"be ewtn the
u .l.*iunfortulnate experience of
$,tA q Itally pe~ople'. You (call
pre tect 'oti'r proJm'r1'for

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iork Will Ccmr-arce At ;i. Ju~e 20.
ard Rushed to Co.a;-!etion ss
Fast as Pcesile.

,Uf l.a .r liar .',,i, (;'' 1h. :tn', %.|
nirik e'xt iipl' .( ;tlii iii t|it.ir
satre and *tilarse th.. ),Iihldi, f the entire length of the hKock.
They will make' of the front a mod-
ern one. something In alpearance- like
the 11111 building. In fact in conform-
Ity with that. hoping eventually to
*ee It continued on down the street.
and expect to commence on the im-
provement by the I.,th or 29th ofthls
anonth at the very latest.
From their main building they will
blild back to UI'lversity street and
all of the back part will be two
stories In height. The rear of the
building will be prismatic glass. the
same a the front. so that plenty of
light can enter the building.
The offices of the company will
be changed and Improved, besides all
of the new building will be arranged
In galleries, that it can better display
their goods to an advantage. and the
roof of the new part will be lass,
maaking It light and attractive. When
vanished they will have one of the
aost upto-date hardware stores to heb
found In the State.
This great change is brought about
by the large Increased business of
toe firm. which handles a large share
of the wholesale trade in this section.
The outlay of money that will be
put In the Improvement is quite an
item. as It Is considered that the cost
of the changes aill exeed S2- :,.M4M0.
but Mr. iaird. lrest.ldient of the com-
l-any. states that it is necessary to
sitake there extensive change. In
4rder to accommodate the demands
of their husline -

Foley's l.oney and T.ir ., es l,*lally
recommended for chronic throat and
lung troubles and mnat.y uff.cers from
broochltis. aatlhima anx conumiption
have found comfort and relief, by up-
itr Foley's lior.ey and Tar. .1. W. Mc-
( i e*- t ,

Nl kOfTO: Best o3ids

at e Lwest Prices
.. C. Sn-i Cu".
Craper Maynard Sporting Goods.
Dangler Gasoline Ranges.
Yale Towns Builders' Hardware.
J. L. Colt & Company Ac*etlyne
C. M acL,oro.
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds
I' nt.
L. J. McCiosky Snow White rnam-
Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White
Oamar Varnish.
Market A Company. Ltd., Pure White
Imported St.eedosh Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
Acme Wainscoat Plaster.
Freooat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
Rangea of all Kinds.
Pattaburg Special Field Fence, alao
4og.-Proof Fence, all widths.
The Grand White Mountain Refrige-
Wo sell all kinds of Mill Supplies,

teel Split Pulleys, Steol hating.
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stilison
Wrenches, Marco Spiral Packing,
4igh Pressure Packing of all kinds.
Hydraulic Packing, Penerthy Injectors
ar d Lubricators. Carl.eld Ejectcrs ano
directors, Flue Expanders, FIle S:rap
ert, Boi:er Rivets. Cap ar.d Set

A.-o T Tusper.t-.te 56;: C CJ
.. Q1" Eec Hc .- IJ PL. C'S.
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4'.:s Ev rs Pil' Vote of Near'y
20.0C00C. BSt V.>thdraos

from t; e Race.

. .' i t,*;, '. i. t< ..I. ai, ; >I t i 1 .
*' t .. .'i. ti .- \E t..,. :igK lish and
I'\I int sie tiit thr( e It-adt r. in th.,
llltT.re'll sorctiloul.
ls KaEs airha a vote' of cc .*;
l'*,...'i, whil' the tao other you;n
;adlics Iiolled something like 40,000
each in their resiective districts.
with many others near the latter
mark. Mils Evans witbdraws as will
be s'en by hetr card.
The race is only fairly begun aad
it is Just sowr getting warmed up
In the country sectlons, as the cadl-
dates are now realiling bow .they ca
cure votes.
following is the standing oa the
-andidates as a result of the coust


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M isis

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Balesev Iei-Central Sectim.
Jeasse Evans .........1.421
Addle Goode ..........-1.25


Margaret Ledbetter .... 429.W0
Estelle Heal ......... 376.406
Hessie Carver ......... 100.040
Nora Stalls ........... 5.140
Gertrude Harrod ...... 40.270
Blanche Thompson .... 2.340
Myra Swearnen ..... 21,766
Aura M. LeRis......... 18.445
Alice Schafer ........ 12.896
Mary Fernandes ...... 10,80
Mabel Williams ....... 10.5M,-
Annie Hell Taylor ..... 6.550
N. W. Taylor ......... -.4- -
E% a lauknight ....... 5.100
.M anie Crouch ........ 4.925
Grace Iullard ........ 3.680
Ella Balley .......... 3.030
Maude McKay ........ 2.465
Fannie Whiting ........ 1.4-0
Curtis Pitt ........... 200
Uda Davies .......... 60

Eastern and Southern District
,ti ll.ittic En.lith. Tacoma .I:..*o
li...s lanua .MscMCrediet, AI cnoUi) 1.1't.'
\'i.-. Mabetl Mc('redie. M'cinopyv I:*;.l '
lli S Martle Chamnilrlin. Mica-
nopy . . .1 .1` .3 0
Ni. at Ella Jolly. Orange ll'ts... .l4*.;,
lis M.nrtle Hammond. Haw-
tholn ...... .. .......... N2.16:,
.lis I'." .sie Waita.. Hlasthorn. ;4.41.
Mlki Wilma Malnes. .lontertcha .,i.*!.:,
Ml.s. lIerti. Shaw. Fairbanks..4.,..t4
.16.s t(',rd ':a ('rowi. iRocky
..t ... ". ;: .. 1
.-l-I.l. \ iA ri- Is lalitt. M3 'iuc ,::- I'.,.li.i.; (C'rlttn,. Mica-


~l tel'
**ie 0 -*9

S- I l l 1 ",.;

i-- l.uida l'rr It. helIcI .. 14.4':.
Mi- .. E'n.11a (uthi ri e. IRt-heT ..- lV;.1; 1i
M\\ .- (;e',rgia Sliowdcn. Ilatchet
t'ree*k .. T. .
Mlis s Nellie lIe-'s,. MSianoly.. 4.1040
MiN Kffi. Tion. Earlttun .a :: ...
%Miis Emmna Eut nia. Waldo 3..::40
.aIt- Mattle Jennings. Rochtlle :.l3.3'
Miss Mary Hall. Orange IHeKhts '.4(,n

Waldo... ........ ......... 2375
\lis (;rtrde Smith.. Fair-
lanks ............... 770
Mlls Mandle Italley. Waldo .... 200
Wetern and Nortern Section.

%I bia.
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.ucinda ir.ant. It ell
Hattlie I.ud ig Tioga
Ii. Maddox. Arc her
RHta Al-e R i s. lifgh

MIlss I.a Pows.ll. Alachua

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Wilisn and Hyde Ceupany Clee at Marhal Arnew Piks Up Negr at
One O'Claek Thra day. Areaer Wedn day Nigh.
Nearly every store in the city Marshal Arnow retired Thbreday
lo(ed their ilaces of bulness yester- from Archer. where be weat for the
day to attend the ball game for the purpose of arresting H. P. Brooks. a
Ileneflt of the Oak Hall Club. and negro of that place charged with sell
managerr lilis, desires to exl'reai- his :ig vhikeke
thanks for the liberal manner in Brooks gave bond for his appear-
which their first benefit o as support ance at the next term of U. S. Court
ed. They are going to put on a n the sum of 400. the true bill bav-
show for the entire seek at the lag been found agalast bll at the
olera house and half of the proceeds last session of that body. but he has
will go towards the ball club. from been hold in out saace Its adjourn-
which Mr. Davis thinks sufficient met and bad only recently returned
money will be realized to defray all to him htm(..
the cost of the suits. -
The Wilson store. also the Hyde Monteat of MISSa Mller.
store. (losed their places promptly The Staunto (Va.) Daily Leader
.t I o'clock and allowed their em- the following compamentary
jlo.e's a half-holiday. which proves imetion of Miss .lcirer leds Miller of
their rcw l-wlll toward getting up a ,hi ctv. sh ha, Itn attending thel
nr.la~-a. ag;re'gatlon of ball tossers ., ta;:t. rig .
f, r the a s ain .. .t d r.. i.. g .
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Nothing so detracts from the at
traclti'.sines of %unjoen as dull. faded,
lu to rl.. i. aint
There Il.c no .xcu'u- for thit condi-
lion nouau ay lIn.-ause Inotice iv herre
tio K t en to ,llt re-aders of The Sunl
Ithal I'mrl.ian Sai the quick actiiaK
Lair restorer, i s rn on sale- it
(;aie.-: illlc at ihe l i:rtniK st lreit of W
S .Joli imllai nid t. s 4ld ilth a rigtid
Kg;al .Il 0e at .'o cents a bottle.
Since- it, Introductlim Into America.
P'arislan H age has had an imme-nem,
ale'. sand here are the reasons:
It it saf'e and harmless.
It cures dandruff in two weeks. by
killing the dandruffl emn.
It stops falling hair.
It Iromptly itoIm itcbing of the-
ee til,.
It nakei the hair soft, glosay and
it.xtiria I
It giles life and beauty to the hair.
it is not sticky or greasy.
It is the daintiest perfumed hair
11ll> 1 a 11 .llo,
It th tI.e t th- mtr t 1,1e'asaiit ard
a.' i'% .atl ..1 1. i i i# -Allg lilad.
"For -;l& I Iinx dl IrtigKKigis
t.rr tl. TI, tv l wI ih I h .
Ir, n hai ir i l ,i I r 1,.4 k;tiK

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pastl irni. in a wiie--up i0of the s
inary Art Exhibit:
"No ,other pupil shown more. ex
tensile or noteworthy exhibits than
does Miss Mercedes Miller. Miss Mill-
,*r comes of an artistic lineage and
ntr contributions show a disllnctive
worth. Hler sketches from still life
:n black and bite are full of charas
!.r anid a(ol-inlulity Mias Mtiller Ir
ti i.s ipi.pidl ,aind ha. di.evloels A tr, a4
>rt.~, .. l.,a pl ;tnieiit a hi .h nmak
it-'lt \~ l i, i l 1i cat Ii (I f i rh r rk 't( h *',
, i.. I oil. r., d (ini I harc,,,l I r a
"rlin thi .iliil|i|U -rr .1its Mua
!'.*<1, I l.'tlw I.. I t I t sl (i or,( v
' t ..' !!r\an li 1. I'rown '

Card From Miss Evans.
Ifs lug decld ilit (',-o()j ralit Votiltu ti tii, i. I
:ike lthis meanr'i of thanking all im)
Irie aids for th.e iots they have gilve'
in. uand the work tbhy have done foi
Ian.. a..d a~snre- them of any silncrei
aippreclation of their efforts In my
behalf. JESSIE VANS.
Gainesi lle. June 3, 1909

To told serious r, sultA tal'
Fole)' a Kidne)y H eriinl at Ithe' 1
.eigi (,f kidir'. or Ilblddo r tlrirdi i
luchuh a ackalChei.. urinar) itr, .cil;>ii
tIle-. re \hatla<1,pi. ail \% U waill d *MHI ib
a.11 ('laiensi tt n. ta ling r'ol*'y's Kid
li> oitei d> is lit: J WV'. MIcC.luluA
& c.


savaasmmb Coealmab 1.

Nuclpm o havktamm c -4 -l ,
Where yeI s so er bantlv m

Hy-Me l m i*veJo yfU v t
tarrh sad ar- metaetly lMug Mt
reuinal.s, hawlMg ad inphg md
dolg oth~r -iaga La thig -e

Hyomel praomeed ighe-m).
which s gusmed teeLm.
Hysmel wr give jYfl mhwly ts

ad it gives remarkable rel to o-'.
sumptive. .. .,
Homie Is ma a
from the extraetstaes fraom the
sat euanlyptuM et oS" 'f
Austraa. whene aterit or eimm .
tIo a e W ever ohaol **
You breathe tis heael and
aatlseptic air through a taihaler ad
this air. with its peeler soothing
properties, pals ag over the laAm -
ed and germ-riddon msebras (for
cstarrhk la a er disease). klls the
erm. allays the htlammaeati. ad
In a short time completely carea the
A complete Hyomel eatSt. whi
Include. a hard rubber inhaler that
will last a lifetime. ad a bottle
Hyomel. costa oly 1.00, atra- b-
tie cost 50 csts. oM by leading
druggists everywhere sad Ito alace
vllie by J. W. MeColum & C.., who
guarantee it om the Lmoey-back plas.


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Po1h1 Phones ?IS

d'lL & AM ~ A&

When you buy Lard you got more

than you bargain for-It's heavier

In your stomach than on the scales

Lard is a foe to digestion. If you had the stomach of an ostrich yu could
hardly withstand the ravages of lard-oaked pastry. You have probably ou
out and already gven up the eating of pastry. 'Ts wholly unnecessary Ay
one can eat and digest food cooked with Cott the perfect shortage. t
a pure vegetable product, made from the choicest refned vegetable ol
When you buy lard you have o protecon au to qualit- u simply
know on are getting LARD--sever mind the grade, it's jst ,-A-R-D. On the
other dan, every pil of C#oarte is uniform-the product is gyua. ou
take no chances whatever.
In the face of these facts just ask ourself youcan ardto u hog
when you can get pure, healthful, nutritious CeUe.

COTTOl le uarantd You g wir Lse bym-
tIorb= to nstad"
moe l cae you are not pleased, ater having givesra M ar tabe .

*yu df t" gI n Cbes le Ised iosI peb wth tMr-
sme ad pteet it fr t Ieet m weLs-
id tnra as i, om, etc.

Cok Beook Fre" F or a20&. am e ma
S* you our T-w "l -ATitD-WOO bOO1'
edited ad compiled by Mrs. Mary J. ULoNa. the Fao Feodw la-.
sad osnh early 300 valuable ecipes.

Mads ooly by THE N. K. PAIRBANK COMPANY. Cicago

"Natures Gift from the Sunny South"




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'- f to Os pbli e-ctly two
^' |f f- L time sASmd was
Ss MOWk.

Sas Pk. sra
S(ariw amaagae of

3^f & SuMstasu Nmag'ws,
Sm e of the ma ex-


S&anINl Sn Ousa. tes tha

l. ets i s r se beere

o Ist t soaMtMl Ia hs mrwt
a b re oopbeae aI ta

im News W t lp rtM e Nw. one

Tht Pimia s the lasebll LeaC.
.h etos belmes- aaUdr o a
p ggga gm Stealag News onw

. .d'LL p ot g e i oc-

agag u lt di*, which
Iron a maid ln their

ygiml a O( aelmmrtil is at

aIh Il taled ea.--Peaseo

s .. ......... bestses sa d tron

sw a- the people of Tampa. Arcadia.
$oW ad Lakeland will ha b
--M-- of a ligh order. The
ew lagu Is rUher mail to bixrll
with-lour clube-but sincu Editor
Soval of The Tampa Tribuue s i ts
pra iet. we predict for thb Florida
State Letue great success.

Hoe roolks of New York City r.-
mastly stayed before the Natioual As
soctato. for the Study and Prr.-lr
til of Tuberculoels that tklr. are.
I tlh L'alted States aI the pr,.,.,
Uti me .Mo ease of tulircultesis 1,
advanced states of thb dis*'***- 1 '. i
me of whou should Ib I|IIMaI1I iI
hopi.tol, but there si*- a thI. ir
Iet liaw i ulih '.* i h,.l Itsal b.l 1 ,
these cases is the VULUV couil)


are neither fortten nor forsaken.
They are called upl, higher. Borry.
Indeed. Is the record of others, wbich
is downward. and duowward forever


Even the gentle gIrales are getting
it nl the neck in Africa.-Timeu I'll
lo. ----
Mrs. Elinor (ilyI. "tf Three W keek,
fane. a) s)a he Philadellhial Ieitl
made loue to her No ai' ou l>llti
fur i'hladellphi tastl. '-Tauri'.& Tril

Hiekl CAPUDINE Curae Sik Head
Also Nervous Headache, Travelers
Ileadache and acres from Grip. Ste.w
.th Troubles or Ferale troubles.
Irv ('apiulir It' a lIluil 1ul is tu
wedistely. Sold by druggist


u aeaUat Isse.s.uTons

At O sWe 11 men811 0O f* S0mrd
SaM l la i- m of ea import ant

oa 1W1 e of pro san

to CTl rsMty o Fori"d aad the
prdiIt of te State Colkle lfor Wo.
1W t raaad to pere and abee
p-@MbohId t w next qarterly bull.-
tiU a ak t htory of the amd nstil-
atues aad their pedeceors. the
Mi Porida eminary. the West
nFrmsd kamiarIy. the Florida tate
Colle. th Defunlak Normal School.
the South Florida Military Instltute.
the Florida Agrvltural and Me
chasacal Colleg.. and the 1'nlvterttr
of Perida, the Ialverrsty of the State
of Florida the Fluord Female Col-
lea, Igether with the Ist of rrad
utes of eacb of said lastitutions.
giving year of gradesat and the
reaIece of amd graduate: the me
to be publMshed th e Bulletin of the
it lrtNy. ad tOe women the
Balt4 of the Colle.
"esliIe, further. That the dl-
plme be se td by the alveratty

by te PIi Inm we n0 a for W o

hwto l a by Cbp wIt: r "

Lem~ll Pr -d. of that
a eo IteY SeaO y
*te**I s1 Usw

laaM diple es tor tt l an.
l l Mltl X y b. L
-l_2 @e

am-I h a Pr.oMedmp howevr,-tato
0 5 ftso 0C 41es

S aft ts e sowers of dim aboised
Tt Jas Provld Metropowe thak
the expo lass det to the oridanc
oI a lleseuas whih ll b d by the
la wos apply t ig fa theoda .
"TUs t o ttr t week of the cok.
sad 1D. oIMurphre be requested
to draft ite eal d i' t ima abote
- f wfo r"

The JackImvile MetrOpolIs take
th $Monag view of the Florlda
LAIsature. which will draw to a
oems with the sessionof toda):
lbis the lsM week of the cour-
ltsI inal sWy days' term of the
lorid Leslature, and it cam be
truthfully ad that It has excedded
aM previous aesions In the matter
eof ttroductg bills ad resoltiUons.
Up to Saturday alght tp the Senate
Mt6 aid l the House 761 bills had
beIo lItroduced. The result will ew
about half will die on "the book by-
cause they cannot be colnsidcrd with-
nl the time remaining. Happily
most of these bills are of a local na-
tore and of little concern except to
thoae of the locality affected thereby.
tb disposd of by Friday. the flnal
day, and that will shut out the minor
"Thas seelon of the Leagl tture
has been an eventful one. and The
Metropolis still lwireves some memcl r
threof will be the next Gu\eruor of
lorida, and pcrhaip Congressmen
aod Senators. Good records folulo
them. They have proven true, stead-
fart and honorable throughout the
ter. The people have closely watch-
ed them. and while a felw bhace on
distlinlshel d favor, others hatr Lo. t.
and may never rite again to the dig-
nity of a legislator. The legislature
Is a great Ilace for ascent aud de-
aoent In all States. There the ambrl
toll young man generally hape
blu career. and those who o upwards

( if course you wouldn't like to
tilid after you have colsidera-
lly illprove.l a piet'e of Real
Eitate. that tie tithl of saleii
is Ilot clear! Be stre tilHe to
have us make an abstract of
the prospective purchlase Iw-
fole you illv'et.
)oll't luy in the dark-
have US Imake an aletract anili
know what you're buying.

MAMUu M---- UI C 1 C.
i;ainmes.i. Florida.

PON .- L.A.A- fts" taw*",.rr'ui

ftmra w %dw @we amm oft&

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Coeoa Sad Rocledge News: "The
quredto which it agitalnllg orids
Jt Mow is: Whrih Is more promt
hiae-bhog or Northern viettors"

Oealta BIser: "Prak Clark has
had the -es of Alexander. Farrl
sad UL t printed ti The Coaglro
omal Record. How Is that for
Times-L'aon: "With the begln-
nla of th wheat harvest n Texas
the farmer wUl be hailed as the act.
Ive agent i breaking down the high
cost of food supplies; why? The call
may be a high comipllment to the
famner. but it does not compllmnt
that buti e s sense which I an asset
to other. Is the Senate the farmer
ie without a defesdant-ln the Aelds
le Is expected to make a martyr of
blself. If the farmer Is to save
others why should not others help
the farer kick against unjust taxa-

.1m Roar, W.
The rder of this paper will be
p-leed to lar that there as at least
oe dr&aded disease that siencemaw
be, able to u ha all Its stae.
aWd tht Is earrh. HalrW Caarrh
Cure is the ely poitive cure know
to t- --mdlml franm-ty. Catalr
being a mtiroismtsal disease. m
qir a mi mLttloa treatmet
afl'ol Cateub Cre Is t ake atm
ali. asea directly ap the blad

stethi by -ildita- the cmstit
taiP. J. C-itlgNa t C, Toledoi, OIt
work. Th preprstrs have u b
faith i" I tsaradv powers that tey
oar One Hudred Dollars for aay
ceo that It tal to Cre. sead for
toestmomials. Address.
P. J. CEHINT & CO.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggists. 75 eots.
Take Hall's Faily Pill, for cootl-

The Oasis agle.
The Eatles returned this morning
vis the Seaboard Air ine from
(Gals esvle. where they gave their
nllstrel performance in the Baird
Theatre. The boys are well pleased
with their reception and the attend-
ace. The theatre was comfortably
SIled and they did well financially.
The show was handled much better
than on the naght of the Irat Iprfornm-
ance la Dunnellou.--Ocala Star, 1st.

You Never Can Tell
Just exactly the cause of your rheu-
matism, but you know you have It.
Do you know that Ballard s 8now
Liniment will cure it?-relieve tbh
pain. reduce the swelling and lumber
the jolnts and muscles so that you
will be as active and well as you ,ever
were. Price 2"c. oc and $l1.,. Sold
by W. M. Jobuson.


&aow Lhmhm~vt Cq I"9.UD
ST. LOUIS, MO., U. S. A.
@Iold and A Gwsdad r


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We will lit your proport
the sale--then cha

Biines, ResideP



y, find the buyer and
rge only Five per cent.

me or Farming Property

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-- F. B. MYERS, Manaer---

Don't bt miledn, for none are
so good w this.


Munk to

* Sai.insub, Flarib


J tke West avxd Xrtkaedt.
Dixle fiyer and South Atlantic Limited.
t;-r% 1 r-VLR SOUT'I *-T' 4NTIC i
DIXIE r .. L-r p.:. f .

pt 'SmP. Is I, ..moiA. 7 1
SIs Op Im.I v. 4:. e. ajOe I"
a. M I. Lv. 'I;Itebn G. b % f ~
Ia s. Ar. %.ett n C o.
4..Ia. At. ACamtot(
Its6 a. Ar. Chamtongs W. A A
31p P. M. At. Nahville M. C St. L.
7__10s.sm. At.St.Louis IC.
IMIP. M. Ar. Evansville f, ,
U. a.Es. 'At. Tetra lat .... ILAA. H.Ty I
6.47 S. m Ar. Chicbwvo QACILI
AtK ve.. .....
At.Corbin A N.t
SAr. urle .A
A. Parisngn. &LN
AS I.exington I- %,
At. Cincinnati L. A N
At. Leiamon LAN.
Atl. 1,0s4 ille I. & N
f VI v I VIV ll.1P. It. K
At. ln-limspol:* P k It
Asg. I v .on rI '.rP IC f
At. ( I. .-C P. IR. R

H r ;

4 7.3 1-
-- 90 .m

II *. mL
La is a.
SP. I.
* ISp. m
7.N p.
S.i p m.
_ I p m.
15 p m
4 2% a. m
s a. m
IfSf. m

. '. .. 11'* I U Zu P!, '. L "'. J, -, I Ie I.
-Y 1uii an is ma ur-, J s'.A,* ii o

I r moTnatIoetl ant harie -s at al' '! I' A W. fnoe.A I). D A., A. C. L., to
I ant hey 6L.,JackrmQTl Iler Lii) .. a L.

Air Line Railway


TIwo El,-' tilt Traiins D ily



iNIN I.INE I i j !Ig I;tily Tlirot gli Sle irs
.la.ck ,ni,6' ilh to N ,w r,-.als.

Per full information and sleeping car re rvations sell on
any Agent Seaboard, or write I. C. SOYLSTON. Jr.. Assistant
General Passnger Agent. Jackseavi'le, Pirie
$ 4-39 r) 943- M ; ,G Q9g400000

a *P Nb amww A m0. --I a-- .
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ftja #WiDA, MIR 4rr IVWl



Lr from alnl ols Opas mIneral aIeubb and ab euoo.
pod ely ofm. I I Iforak ad
wuafy emadtutMi{s 1 sele Iit. welnd mdmd ojrgans;
It eb-i eSAdsaas Ie d 01 o body. Try a belUk toda."
Fity Co a Badtl Avoid AN St-ib"..





Will Oive Oaineville Iin* Connec.
tieon from All Sections Except
the Eastern Part.

Every inli< 1:i' Ii ... ;' ,, t.fi< t ;

verv faloralol, ti., i h, fr e,. ti ,. *,,ll-d c i,'c:itt fnllhiw.
w -Atern part o t ; ;,, 'r .ir- li r'l r- ilt.: i teK, I trightm'
Shith h:t- ,' ii cii 0 ., II h *I !c
pu -t P le.e.,r.il \,,k-. ,, I.,;,:,| lc a: K ,l. I' ll,- cur, backniche
Trade and a utnd:l. i I ;,, I i i:. ir.- \, ix f,,1rt:1 of k'n1. % ills
nma.n. Mr-. C(rt.r It, \-W M('crhnik
The new rl.*. il ; I., I i ,, t,,.l i, f a t e ak s at ck il!
Ing of the ('itr. trait 'A i h TI ,W ar : i n it r-. Mhi, kli n*..- ftr meeil
1iveo- here Ir,,a- i r .i' 1 1 I ,>elo, k. tive. IIf- an,- hoine at nilht. tired
It is lproK ed too lh., thi i 1 *11 imild hir all aihl'.- to Iat aunlt.iitg It
t r t IN'. ah.,, as difficult for him to assurnim a com
and run it from Wilcc,. to if a frt.rle l.p-ithiion anid he felt geItri all)
about "::te and arrive h. r.- i .:::, ntii-eral.e. Finally he decided to gi~se
p. n., making the tiii, 1, donni Io itan's Kidney 'illm a trial and Iro-
Rochelle. Micanoly and ('ira and ('ur" nimeced all igns of kidner trouble and
Intermediate ioint. h, has had ino return of It since ."
Returning. the train will ;ari\.- For -al.,' Iv all dealers. PrIce. Aio
here about 5:30 and leave for the en(ts. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo
west at about 6 p m. n.. which will wh.. .'" Volk. ide agents for the United
very convenient for the plopl. along Remetmber the name-Donn's-and
the line of railway to slend the d'.y take no other
In Ganesvlille and re-turn home in
time for their suplwr. Life In Tallahasse.
This world be the first crvice' c. r Saturday evening at the residence
inaugurated by the raill nw fe' *c of Mr. and Mrs. George Greenbow,
betterment of OGaneisvlle. and If the Mrs. W. K. Beard entertained In-
acbedule Il placed In commission it formally, but with the usual charm

will eventually mean a great deal for
the city.
If the new service is inaugurated it
will be banged about June 14th. at
which time the schedule will be
changed over the entire system.

Mle Past Fifty in Danger.
Men past middle llfe have found
comfort and relief in Fole\.'*< Kideyv
Remedy. esiptcially foir enlarged ipros-
tate gland. which is verve comnion
anmon elderly meni. L. E Morris.
Dexter. Ky.. write: "i-'p to a yv-ar
ago my father ntffe red from kidtcu'
and bladder trouilloe ni;d ,\cral ilph) i-
clans pronounced it e'nlarKg.im'ni of
the prostate gladnd and adiskd an
operation On account or his agn,
we were afraid he' coll not -tatil
it and I recommendld.d Fol y'., Kihry
Remrdy. and the flMat bottli r-.li~\c.id
him, and after tnkliig the -ctrond e tie he was no I, ongr trourledl with
this complaint." J. W .AcCollum &




We art.v liplaayi i .l-,'rfe't:
line (f

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Wal best Woodl Stove- and
RHillge4 sol ill this si 'ti-ol..

Fimist line \\'hit' Sprlrad. ,
Slittds, Towl 1114l 'illow

Fw r m w k mIy we wi
al dte salbrated 315 Ister
mer Mattress at $13.50.

Fiftr-M Crate Tick Ml
Edge Ctt. lMattress at S5.45
-rpar price 1.50. Cal

B'r I S Iir, I:)) i I.' C I ,s'

We ive Vtes im lBeth Cmotests

H~ki ^ ,,

ing hospitality. several friends in
honor of C(apt. W. M. Davidson of
Jacksonville. who left for his home
Monday after a several days' stay
at the Capital City. the guest of Judge
George P. Raney. Among the guests
of the evening were Capt. Davldson.
Judge Raney and Miss Raney. Mrs.
Ityers. 8-enator and Mrs. H. H. Mc-
c reary of (ainesville. Mr. and Mrs.
G;re#-nhoi. Miss Ortania hiress of
Tallahassmee and Mr. Louli Ilrumby
of Orala DI.lightful refre shnmnentl
werc, sere-d by the ladies In persona
and the- occasion. though informal.
wa one of (cthe' Iost( pleasant of the
many ,'oial ftlicticii. of the present
leri-lailie ce--teon --legi-lative Noie..s
and Chat in Tiniel ioni. 2nd.

Death Warrant issued.
(;...- inlor iilchri-t h:m-' i--ut'd a
*Ilih i artant coiiiandlingK the c*x-
t:ticit of MNick Mlorri-. thi. mnurdererr
olI Slhriff Lan1g-tou. if L on icountUI.
t l Fnri,!:;.t 1 I 11. i. 'e 11. ;, t-e thl.-
lnr-I o(f II a. n" aiel # I p. In.
"l?> I. ,. orl of th oltl\ i ti ll W of
N; ..;, %.i i,.r s- tIi ii'Id to ico r-
i ;. I ( l i l.it i-t l.t-I lI'r.4.t m orniii. l j a 'lt
1o frIre- oH n. ;nitai. tillli 'l-Hiallte. :;fte.r
r<.uili R t ili r cirel. lthe death war-
r! l t a- i--,,i i, wcck- leitlg
i :tit'ei : li. -cril'iiej .ic l I |irLe r i i'r' fi',
hi- ,l',cni Tall.at:-.-' Mol, riiT

Vv'rk. ~ It Of.
JtI;.t 1 ,l IT i %-: ,:i. ;, -" |,, :t ; :i 111 W ht
I-i ri tvi I:- :.*, t i'.v lltC ':it, ed -,1i
a 'it i-* t l I ; tr r .'f |i l t-:. J i ill
th :. ,cl i thte c lil It r a d.-Ill r :iid
.,-1.~- fr in .!l i' *o f tio ketl- lic rv
ce-i\ld hi i ti. e 4 i L t. aM d th' I ti -
or:.du It.r ffi :.' l'd I.n: u .. f, r c li;(ai et
1i:.d lin,., ** 1 i t t i.. a i i.sia ke."
hI l:.:.dci 'I' : ..;, tu w haf dil' l.r-
ilht'.lail < f T', ,lit- Th[ ill'ill pc t
Uc\\:'\'. t I '. ult.i Ut he :11 a, i
%.,rd i d Inl .1t ;, .** f .jii Utiel ork
eel iil4 \\ay t, te fi, i t ,f the car and
.T 5..y. e r I:1:- :; r. .e <1 t.e 1a1
tlcr-tsi d I* rver i I .3 U kn! w .%'"I
didn't ali tIl ;t ri::i tic, rlhit
*l:i*'ci 'hli e c >.,,dluc'-t r .i:;ii d c'i,,.
pli tch.iily -ti h t alII ri-'hil" t e ila l
"If hed I'4beeii I'l. t nl rtc ritwel t! at
,.ial li,!f ::iir In h.i t g ,' : I.I :t
,go.il ilcqarher ft r it Iv **' l*-it I 'itr Ii.
I Kget I1l *-f t1l:1l ItI q'pe o- f t-i>.r f. r u
4wek I g. h,' le' -ae:\td tvl get
"Iunu I'hi ad elt'ia Iser'rd

In the New liIerides areI t I 'y Is-
ImAlde Ieiho1e lt. rl..rs haie teiwt r I-.e i
S| it, l l c y I .ar, le .11.'I f,.r th.i c v ,I'e
r el -t t. I t "t t : I t I t| 1 t *
1 ,. i ii. t r t a ,,f !,, ir i I : '

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Eveytedy in Oainelille is Elr ll
old l- il'P stitnlwd with Pufferilng.
M1idileh* aso eoirtanoti-ly flghting.
Youth prrtcotlngl Impitlenti);
('t.il!r. n. unallm ., t e i'lain.
Al in mi-* ri from their kidneys.
vnl% a little hi akaclie first.
('Coii- hetn ,i ou cat(-h a cold.
Or wth*.i .n u -train the hack.




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Buggies, Wagons
ami a Teams

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D v i O* i ') .

P, p t '' -t4 ', "

Davis & Oliver


Notire is h'.'rhy given that the followlbag desert Imds. itest*. I1
Ing andi twing in the Citty of (alinecillle. I the Coataty of Alachus,. ltateo
rlrlda. will he ,olld at puhile alucthe. In front of tUh cm rt bo door. o,
Monday. the :.th day of July. A. D.. 1'N'. at Uaai sLillie Alachua county.
Florida. or Pe timuch m 4 a ll tw ncepuary to pay the amount dlu the Cty
of <(ainesille. for t.( ,es ftor the %ear I144% herein rt.1 opoepite to the same.
ttgethe-r with th, cet of sale .and advertitlmenslt.
T. It KI.IN.. TTa Collector.

61m'im BALI.

Under and by virlte of diher sann
sundry exer tions lasee out of the'
Circuit Court for the Clahth Judicial
Circuit of Plorida. Ia and for Alachua
county. kFlrida. on the lP!th day or
Mav. A I. 1 149. ',pn Judl ni itt
rendered In the following onu- -. Ito
at I: A certain cause w he-rvn I.
Mohr Sons are plaintiffs and !I
Ii. I)tals is defendant; aleo a v, retain
cause' wherein R. C. Small I- ; laintiff
and M II IDavis Is defendant. nalc
in a certain cause whereitin I.. Mohr
* )on-L are plaintiffs anid M I IttI M-
in defendant. I. It.anie\. a-
Sheriff of Alachui count.i. 'lorida.
hai e levi-ed llon and vwill -*1II i-,
fore- the crrt houe- door. In ;nitne
IllIle Alah li.i county, Florlda., on, the'
",th day of Jiuly. A. D. I:*,':.. all the
follow ing de'crilel-d Ip-r-onal pirop-
-rlty. tt, it.
All that rtocrk of dtry geRo -.t natic
and groceries. together nith store-
fixtures and all other l" r.onal prol.-
erty ntow in the store heretofore oc
culed by M. It. Davis. at llame.
Florida. together with all and singu-
lar the rights. title and Interest of
the said M. B. Davis in and to the
said goods chattel and lperMoal
eald property levied upon as the
property of the defendant. M. B.
Davis. and to be sold to satisfy said
executlons and costs.
bSerit of Alachba County, Florlda.
Plaintiff' Attorneys.


Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a Baal decree dated
May 31. 190l. rendered by the Judge
of the Circuit Court of Alachua coun-
ty. Florida. In a certain cause where
In T. It. Ellis. Jr.. Is complainant and
Sam Sheppard and Alice Sheppard
are defendants, the undersigned
Special Master will sell. httween the
legal hours of sale, on Monday. July
.',th. 1!49, before the court house ,
door at Galnesville. Florida. at pub-
lic ott-cry, to the highest and hbPrt
bidder for cash. the following describe
ed land. towit:
Being In Alachua county. Florida.
and further deserlhed a% conlmencinx
at iHcke'r corner of T C Stevenn's
line. he inl the Northwest corner r of
Ilooke.' land. running th. nee. North
21li f'eet. (Ilenc Eap-t 42O fet.t. thence
South 21Ci fc.et. thence We-t I12 feet
to the I)oint of h -gintine--lthe' S;.ame.
I,-III iIn the S altHi:e'-St ',iIPrter ISI ', *
of South -.st lumiari.r SWL')L of 8 ce
tion Thirty-four I-'4. Town-hip Sev-
oen (7 South. ,of H.in Seive'v'enteen
SIT7 Va-t Tlhe -arini tbe MIl! a- the
plroel,-r' of said l San Sh-'pl:tr a;.ti fy :aid decree, and co-tv
I I IIIVK 1 t.S. .(111 Ma-t. r
'iTri' t &A I..\YTO\N.
.Slih itor- for 'oimuiljii;att

14.r. 1.n IrVOuR .
ID it< i ** t ct court l..t.i' t Jume'e I (' ir i't
1i.-r'. '.-rurcr |l({,tcr d T'Jrl. r .dcr
.' I' c.:r:e. t.>T.. 1. for ic l D i rer.
It .1 a- nts t>Tr slmcin.!t as*I'nded t tihe ti:
I P.: I' t; + l '.e t t..al t '.t.e thft lI:., rt
Tn' r Ut.' d1efee.dler(l the rt ,rn I n11 1s a
I ,I re'. -''I t ,f trie .tate *t oifl ,ctu 1. e isc
l ,'- i'f l If r' e ?tb.-n '. tit. i1 t *
. ien-ti eil \\. two t '0 SofaI of1
( ., o rl r 'i a tl th sei.,'+ I*T of n It:
''," %*titl@ ,f '"lrldl :i ur(Ti,' 01 il
l, er.a 'i.,il ,. i ,i -.L dcfe'i' llrt. +rd
1- +,\rr the rdP tctf c t <> '.irit
*t r tl.fereflre, r e'rel I t.b t .I .,i -retkl rnt
( frctl ialt tI :n hr I r**r-r rv ce'l"t d cl U
Ml>|e- r to t4 L It. i e.f c( ll, i|l..tll ti al id
. u.e ut. ur ,e-fur" M.,nl,, ther %th dai
,,f J.. A 1 I :rer.e Ie tie st'r* -
ticit f -i .I >i.c. 1.. Ic Laeu -a4 rtcb -tIfs
',) %u\t *c .'c-rlMttet
It 1c fli tl.r r urd'rilr thdt tli < order tbe Cub-
.i i ulti'"t a *rrC k (fr fur uii-c(u U*e
* *'C .M In The .tlrl lc i'r1. rC t,41.cw
,-al~.*' |.i.h.b.d d15 *dl chi.L) all hieLt
r ll:- J ,r," lid I1,4
SH WIYSN .I, (',rrhk C trrui (rourt
I, M lHII:\V.s L )C
A t"ir cc<>,. i f.Mrlt'lli
,?t'.i, H. H WIlN".cL cr (c irr-eul( (' |l> M IILV>.\ DC "
I ANN A .41 .A I lwa.'Lt!r fur I on*ailr.ait

Tb suao olel for eating creds.

' 11t *.. I 1. I 1. -s Iit of Squ-nn It
Coinc. Original S ur' ey of ;ailne-villhe

Ist :t. Zetroner' Sub-i 1-uh 14ilm of It.
12. ItrUi-th' Addition io (;atl:ve \ ill.-
Lot "'. .Zetrouer's Sub-dli'-himi oif It
12. Itrush', Acddlitihn to, ( l nr ,il'l!,..
El of SLI'. It. 1:. Itrinth'hc A.',iti.n to
Gaineville ......... ...... ......

Int 3. i. 16. IBrush's Addition to
G alne.svlle .. ....................
Commence n 44 ft. R. of nw. corner of
Lot 3. B. 23, Irush'a Addition to
Gainesvlle. run 8. 132 ft.. E 230 ft.,
8. 132 ft.. W. 230 ft.. to beginning..

Commence 177 ft. 8. of Se. corner B.
24. Brush's Addition to Oalinevtlle.
run W. 239 ft.. 8. 3 ft., E. .239
ft.. 8. 63 ft. to beglnnls. ........
Commence 177 ft. 8. of So. acrner of
N. Arredoodo and Boadalry streets.
and run 3. L1 ft. 8. 3 ft.. W. 91
ft.. N. 3 ft .to begntlai. Brmh's
Addition to Galmevlle ............
Commnae at No. eaorr of Ia
Cook'. lot, B. 24. Bsrul addition
to Ganesville, run 16l ft... 8.
ft.. W. 100 ft., S. 2& ft. W. U ft.
N. 132 ft. to beginninl............
8% of lot commewcia at Sw. corer
R. 24, Brush's Additio to Galine-
vlle. run N. 132 ft.. E. I6% ft.. 8.
132 ft.. W. 1114 ft. to beginlnl..
lot 3S. E. of T. & J. R. R.. R. 25.
Ilruhb'I Addition to Gainevillle....
BSt of Lot 41. 25. Brush's Addition
to iGanesville ....................
Lot 21. I. 25. Brush'. Addition to
Gal nesb ill .. ...... .............
Lots 12, 13. 14. Day's Bub-dlvision B.
24. Brush's Addition to Galnsville.
Lom 12. i. 27. Brush's Addition......
Commence 3W), ft. W. of Ne. corner of
the Nancy CasIel lot, B27. Brush's
Addition to (alnenville. run W. 50
ft.. 98 ft.. E 50 ft.. N. "9 ft. to
iew inning .. ... .... ...... .
N. -'4 of K% of X% of E% B. 1.
Ilrown's Addition to Galnesville...
Iots I. 2. 3. 8it of lot 4. N of 8%
of W\% of W\\ of EK I. 1. Brown's
Addition to Gainesvllle ............
Commence 94H ft. W. of Sw corner of
I' MctMilllan' lot In It. 1. trown'r
Addition to Galnesville. run W. 61)
ft. N. 13., ft.. K. tOt ft. 8. 135 ft.
ti bep ginning ....................
HL2 of Et. of K% of W% I.
.Irow n'h Addition to Galnrcs ille ..
IteKin l "II: ft. \V. of Ne corner of It. 2.
Itrown's Ad.!;Itlo to Galnesville.
and run W. I0' ft 8 150) ft E. 105
It.. N 1.So ft.. to heclinnlin .. ......
lleriin at Se corner of Wli of it. 2.
Itrcon'c Addlition to Gainesville.
riin W G o ft S I '> ft E. 64 ft., N.
1 ,1I It to t nintlin .. .... .......
lIhein l;,i ft \'. o, N'. cornh,.r otf W\'
It '. Itruown'. Addition to i;ail.--
Sille. run \W Go ft 8 I.,o ft E. #;o
ft N 1.-0 ft. tco tI-.K ililti
lJHeilt n t Ns cor!i.r It .. lnrlt ot'. AA-
lftit .ii t i (; i .e ii.-. run K I; ft .
S I',7 ft.. W to ft N 1.I7 ft. to
II .,! ft .S of N. IoCrlclr H ?.
lro,,-.i '- Ai ltlon to < .t \lM..
rn 'i .4 11., ft. W 117 ft. N 115 ft.,
iK 1 7 ft Ito h.e inin g .....
Ite c'in l1'-2 ft K of Nw corner iof
SiI .itrontrII m.. Acidit4fot te
(;ainstil.le. rimun 2 ft S. :
It \V %12, ft. N .N N ft Ito lw-
Kicltlllcg .
1,it 1. It 1 I:r',w i'i Addition to
;aiill-'4\ Il1,-
I.it- 4. aild \'.I 6. It 3. ltroHI'. Ad
d(lt o 1111 (a;:IG.i ille .
I. 1~ ;i 'l 1e. II j 'it II. .
I!r, i., Addition to Ga;ilnic .illl-.
1lt I FCK' It 6* Irouni Addition to
<; :i t i ll-. ..
I(',r,'. .,.. ,i it E oIf N0t corner Ii
i; Itrov, addition. ail ruin E '
f' 14 -1', ft. \V I "" ft .N 122 ft .
K '", ft and N % ft tio t ib-litilng.
ltro, n -. Addl'i' ln to |AI It 7. ltr ii AiIitlion to
C .. -. ..14'
1,it- imi tl 2t i 'd "'' It 7. Itrowi's
4'ilithl i tu 4.illlc ilb.
I t :'* It 7. tIr, n Ad'liilcli i

l.,t "'.' I 7. I'r,, u Alddition,
." ricna it at Hc -or r It ,
."e "' S I*"e f" \' ".*, ft t', tee inI

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IE 01

r OWNER 'j
ow.-m 'jl

s. Ida. K. Iur
ne.tt .... .... -!.g

5 10 20 Mrs. Ida Bur-
U tt ......... .13.65
5 10 .2* Annle M. Smlth. 8.21

5 I(* 2'* ar I (lass.. t.'7

6 10 20 Jelmk- AwAin Jeti
ioi .... ..... 13.45
5 10 26 llsabeth Stawks. 4.5U

5 10 20 He4, of Delmi
D .... ... *.

510 r J. C. Met....... U.1

6 1 3 A. D. Sert ....

5 10 26

5 10 26

510 0
5 1* 0

5 10 30

5 to0 2
5 10 20

Jae s .....

P. NcRae.....

savannah Marti

Natha Roblason

Lie Cnl r....

JUIIal Js Iee...
MaleWda ebMb..

5 10 20 NeIsa WilHems

5 10 2 J. A. .lMaMa. y...

5 10 2M UVn ow .......

5 10 20 Mary as ....

5 10 20 Ida A. Seppard.

5 10 20 Joasna Harbn..

5 10 20 Busn Gls.....

5 10 20 8. B. Willis...

5 o1 2ot AmAelia laa ...

5 lu 2 IStevea ....

5 10 20 A. T Brisbae...

5 10 2 0 Marlre G Sherrud

5 10 20 IUnkown ......

5 10 t2 J L Mathews...

5 10 20 J. M Dee ......

5 10 20 Ducia mithi ....

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Whittaker .. 3. 1
1 0 2' Wesley J. John-
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5 10 2 Ageltae Tyson..

5 1o 0 sarah Brown ....

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t, L I$4 f t ............

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Mg 3a ot to ba t s m s .*

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ar m i..* ............. .....

LatU. W Adttoas. S%........
I" am lof M "A akt 8% B,
A ow e % gr ., S .........

at 41. S's Addie. % .........
ommams 16 ft. K of iatotwerection of
A. C. L. L R. and enter of street.
Is I. -i LAt 22. tilre Additlon.
a md I a. 00 ft. N. N 0 ft.. W.
tM It, 0 ft. to begaingd. 8N.
N IALt 3 sd 100 ft. L andW. by
S .L N.. aad 8.. Ia Sw. corner;
ILS. a mmema -e 300 ft IR of Sw.
Ar imA I l 3 iad rm N. 15 ft..
I 140 ft. I10 ft.. W. 10 t. to
lirrs mg. HU. Adtlioa. %....
a8M-- nor ft N f. o wl eoraer
1,t gIIlot Adlddli ram N. 106
L.i, 0 R., IL It-f.. W. 0 ft. to
$ q.... ............
iAb iad U of UM Addta Ui to
Mv as r Deed Book 31.
a a60 0. ...................
B. 1. In Rqea I, 10 1. I.13 ad 14.
Hoett A I.'Balik's Addition.
DCa rem e at Nw. corner 1. I. R
Illuott &A .'Fage' Addition. n m.
ra K. 2t*o ft 8 ,n" ft. W 2".I f'
N. 20oo ft uld coln nblllne at 1
corner I 1. H ".. and run E :i.K it
8. too fl W '"i ft N '',, ft it-
IAMs IB to 111 Ih lu I I .41 -
and 69, .air? l Id
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Wleyr Jo ..... 13.3

Finch Nktupry

Pd... .....
W. VW. A.
Ummwm ......

VI*MMM .....

J. T. Gaddy.....
Wa. Saotw ....
Alfrd Gray ....
Tear HarroM..
P. N. MeKrtm-.

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Wa M lt .....
LeasAspp .....
Wa. Oales. ....






C. 0. MeCarroll. 24.0

J. A. AMasai...
EL P. Joobnso...
Ioa Brtam ....
Margaret Fraser
Ida Ummam...
WE. lNtU ....
J. H. Fia *......
Mrs. S. A. Lae..
r. P. .ehargs...
D. P. Daviv.....
W. IH LA ......
J. A. D. Harri...
. H. Smith .....
Mrs. K. C. Joaes

A. 0. Wortey....
Andersaom Towa-
asad ..........

9 10 W. H. Rutledge.:

32 9 30

1. B. U'men......
Unknown .......
I'nknown .......
W. R. Davi.....
'unk own .......
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32 9 20 Ien Kite ..

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P. M. Cellon.. ..
A. L Rountree..
Amanda Stewart
Cbas. Ris.er......
UInknown ...
T. R. Hunt ..

9 10 Leonard McNish.

32 20 W. 0. Story ....

33 9 30 Mary Poole .....

32 9 20 M. Parrish .....
33 V 20 J. McDkuald..

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Minnie Coates...
R. D. Murray....


Comnmrene at No. cr-'t.r .K W!ill-
larm h lot. r,,n N. II. fIt.. K. 12 It..
a. lo ft.. \. 1F2 (I. to Iwignnirg.
6 % ..............................
Commence 3 4.,0 chalais N. of Be. cor-
n e r ......................... .
rue W. 210 ft.. 8. 17, ft.. K. 211 ft..
N. IT; ft. to begnnlr. 8% .......
Commence at Iw. corner of Nw% of
N e% o ................ ........
and rea N. 213 ft. E. 471f f.. 8.
213 ft. and W. 47% ft. to beginning
In N Lj ................. ........
Lot as Ixr Ded RooP k 6. I age 3.14.
8 4 % .. . .. -. .. .
Lots 6 and 7. B. 31. New Gainesville
lats 17. 1h. 19 of R. 2 New Galnei-
vllle ...... .... .................
Lots 12. 13. 14. R. 33. all B. 31. New
Oalesvlle ............... .....
Lats 1. 4. 6. 6. 9. 10. 11. 1. 25. Dot2's
Addition, Se .............. ....
LoA 2. 3, 3. Do s's Addltioo. gB%.
Lots 13. 31. Dotsa Addition., e%....
Commence at sw. corner Lot 30 and
rm N. 134 ft., W. 60 ft.. 134 ft.,
L50 ft. to Go. Dot's Additoa,
**% .* -- .... .... .. .
Add o ..................... ..
Loat 7 and 8. D1.Rol. ol &tRob

Idt 4, B. IL. 1, Do-g & Robertaoa's
Addition ........ ................
All 8. a, R. 1, Dol &Rolbrtson' Ad-
tt ............ ..... ..........
Lot 1 B. 4. a. Doi Robertson's
Addition ..... ....................
Lot 200 ft. and W. by 130 It N.
and 8., N of Lot 1. B. 4. R. 1. aad
lot 10 ft. B and W. by 132 ft. N.
aId 5.. morth of W% of Lot 2. B.
S. R .1. aad lot maae dimensoans
N of W% Let 1. B. 5. R. 1. and
let 10 ft aad W. by 190 ft N.
aad ., N. of % Iot 2. B. 4. R.
Dolgl Robertso's Additloa ......
Lot 100 ft EK ad W. by 130 ft N. and
8., corner of Government and Semi-
nary streets, Doil & Robertson's
Addition ........ ................
Lt 2. G. B. Crawford's plat ........
50 ft. N and 8. by 100 ft. E. and W.
la Nw. corner Lo 1. 4. R. 1.
Roper's Addtkon to Galaesville....
Commence at Se. corner Lot 16. and
run W. 50 ft. for belganing. and run
N. 10 ft.. W. SO ft.. 8. 100 ft.. E.
60 ft. to beginnaln. H. 4. R. 1.
Roper's addition .................
Commence at Ne. corner Lot 16. H. 4.
R. 1. Roper' Addition. run W. :St
ft. for beginnlat. and 8. 100 ft.. W.
50 ft.. E. 50 ft. to beginning .......
W% Lots 5 and 6. B. 1. R. 3. Roper's
Addition to Galneaville ...........
Lot 11. R. 3. R. 2. and Lot 5. 1. R.
3. Roper's Addition to Gainesville..
Lots 10 and 12. H. 5.. K. 2. Roper's Ad-
dition to lanesvllle ..............
Commence "6 2-3 ft. K. of Nw. corner
Lot 14. t 5. R. 1. Rolir'a Addition.
run E. 6623 ft.. 8. 9. ft.. W. 662-3
ft.. N. 9-. ft.: alro o~mnnmncltmi
33 1-3 ft. E. and 10 ft. 8. of corner
of Lott. H 1. Roler'x Addi-
tson. run E. *6t 2 : ft.. 8. 9.:. ft.. W.
G;e ft.. N. t."* ft. to tH ailnian ........
One lot in Ma:rlah lri..rl, r' lot. KEst
(;alhieih\ ll, t i(Khla Additi m ......
Conumtrni tie i ft. of (; S8 VV'o 14.
lot. E. (;.lhe. vwi!.r run S I haiir.
W\V. chaia,. N. 4 rcaim- and K. .
chains r s .. ....

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of No. (< rl r .
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ar.d N,. :*lt:; i i I..; ItI anid K
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4 h:> im:l V ;I 't t: ; Iln .: No 1
Alko conllllciltK at N.". crarmu-r At-
lte Chilht.' lot. run Kt. 2-0 ft.. 8.
iNw ft.. W : *o ft N. i ft --,
a r . . .
('cn,,,n, ~,. at N.. corner .....
KSas Gallew.tllhl' and ru.n t. I1
SiallO.. K. 4'*o ft. to H14W*t w at.lr
Ibruanch and N. up ranch :.: 1
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rjt>-4ji tlloni of Imrucc lot In N. 1.
otitl.e~t( on' N lli' of IlH.tlailto
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5 10 20
4 10 20

D. B. Pitt ......
Mrs. Claude Har-
rod ........ ..

4 10 20 J. A. Williams...

4 lo 20 Lou 8. Stepbens

.. .. .. Wm. Lewis .....












4 10 20 H. F. Watts ..... I.,..7
4 10 20 Hull & Cummings 8.

4 10 2 nknown.......


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Office aGrahazu bililding. over
Sauiders & Earl*s store. Phone
No. 356

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East Flordai Telephone Co

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.Mrs. Nelle M.
Jackson .....

4 10 20 R. Angllne ....


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R. D. Murray...
t'known .......


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4 10 20 t'aknow .......

4 10 20 J. *'. Overstreet
4 10 20 W. S. Brome...

4 10 0 D. BPitts ......
4 10 20 D. B. PIta ......
4 10 20 J. H. 9tovall....

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2-111 ~ 4 if -1ii
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piat ill soutlihtiits 4. *-,- S 1 1>
( m,aiswnaa.I a t X*-?'~. (oil!: r h.-~.k Aiu 4r-
sin'~ list. Soutlhwo..t iIain. t ill.. run
W .2' ft.,.8- "212's tl k:-.'*21-2 ft
and N. -f-111 t .. .
Lot 6. McCarrol's plat to Gaino- ille..
L!it 21, Cuoletloughs nd ii
Southwest (;Qtfn# qIl!
Lts 1. 2. ('olvloulgh's S"h-ti!fd sili ill
Southimfe.t (; .............
Lot 14. Colcioughiv ii
Southwest Gainer'.,ilN.
Lotls 11. 121. 1.". L''. Cohleloualth's Sut-
divirlion in Suutm '.-1 G i: ill#.-
LApt 4. C. A. (')IAloiagL 4 -;:t! !a .
Southwest Gainte-i-iill..............
Jut L11. Porte-r's Addition 5ws......
LW ll14 and 15 Milller s Addition.....
Lot 421. Miller's Additio...........
Lot 19. Porter's Addition Swle .....
LWt 24. Port-r's Additt.Sn SiI,........
Lot 2.". Porte-r' Addition S a......
LWt 26. Porterrs Addition 8* 4
Lut 37. Port.r-'' Atdditimin 5ef es'
Lot 44, Purt--r s Aaditi',.& SN% 14
Loot 47. Port- rr Adel ilI ion S vv 1
Lot1 "l%. l'irter'., A litc I an Si64i .......
Lot :*,. 1'ortf r's AidditeimS%%& '
Noiih part It 1.R. 1. -,1-, tI E. awil
%%.. I,% 2166 ft N atial S Gt-(, Ali-
SI 41-1Il- N % 1.1
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S! 26 Frank Clark ....


2. Phillis Tillman..
24 A. M. E d*l ....
24 M'rp. I.una Avera

a If 2" Nat Duolln......
5 lt 24 1Unknown.......
1 210 I'Unknown .......

.' I: 2, Henry Jones ....
, 1:. 2,0 Laurence McCray
S14 0 20 L Gibson.....
3 0 20, Susie Harrison..
3 14o 20 Elijah Soell ....
, lt 20. Iaac Brown ....
3 1o 20 Roew Murphy....
I', 1 2, Ellen Maxwell...
: Io 20, Lwis Griffin ...
" lo 1 iiI Anna Jenkin ...
I, ll 20 Grand I'lon Ilene-
fit Society ....
0 l 2o I. H. McKrim-
LuIer .......
I l" 21 Frank McKrim-
ing.-r ...........

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Total Cash Value, $1,00.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchants an~ The

Sun to Citizens of Alachua County!

Each Section Gets Prizes!

Confest to Cloe August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business homes
have joined il the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. These
progressive firm- will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prine 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 p*apu
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prize as follows: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the capital pri
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemable in
c1tah a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, Dayton
or John Church Pianos. In addition to this they will give a certificate ood for
$25 to all other contestants in the race, and will make special arrangements with any*
one to take care of their paper on all purehiaes of instruments at the cash price.
T Gainesville SeCia Will embrace the city and suburb and be con-
The Uanes C eUn fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this district will IRe awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.

Eastern and Southern Section wakll, poniea.. ,,san from ir-
chelle all lpoiits : .utli--W1l lake View. THwa'u.na :'Ind il1l points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

Western and Northern Section compri all stations r
lHague to ligh Spriligs, Trelnton,
\\'illinct, \\'i!x, lell, Newlerry, Joneisville, Archer anl all settlements covered
lv tli.' iier. 'NE PIANO.\_

t Where Votes May Be Cat
How and Where to Get llt rill b found in bt
... oDat ouf th: mertc lants giving vote and at The
V tSun office. Votes Sent by na.l muit be directed
Vots to the Votlng Contest Departaent of Tbe tm.
V e I.a.. aluesvi11. Flords.
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent 1all uito) the .ll n l;strt t for
.d *hlrh thy handle: Dl l
Gainesville Furni'ure Company, Furniture. l and ltio
Phifer & Morris Co.. Clothing and Furnishinga.

I. The cootet It o ps to sayee UlviMa
Alahbua county who ls knows by the eoaductora
of the conltet or vouched for by su r reputable
I.raon, to them well knows.
2. .o employee, attache or relative of the pro
pri.tors of the above-naumad arms are .lIer.l'e to
participate la this contest. asd will part-* ipat*- at
Do manner.
3. In the event of a misemeerstaudln between
candldalte. or others interested an this coutLet.
such controversy may be referred to the oue-
ductors of contest, who alone are the *erao
qualified to render dectslons.
4. In the event a candidate deeides t with.
draw from the race. such candidate 'will mt be
allowed to transfer vot(.t to the credit ofa sMoth
candidate la tohe eMstL

Old Sutjeerlber e New ulaM rter
$1.25-Three months' subscriptioo ................... 6 00 vote 700 votes
$2.50-Six months' subscription ....................... 1,900 votes 1,500 vote
$5.CO-One year's subscription ....................... 3,500 votes 4,500 ot
For a club of five one.year subscriptiuus ( "' ,. ?M ). .30,000 votes 35,000 vot
For a club of ten siz.months' subscriptions ( .,' ",;.,) .30,000 vote 35,000 vote
'I t, r i 11, lo lim it to the llti tl-ir 44f chIil ;ia Ih c)(' it*t4tanlt Il1iv ,* ctire.

1.0--Oue veas's subscription .............................. .. .. 6OvA
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ................ .......... 5000 vots
For a club of 25 oue-year subscriptions .... .................. .....36,000 vot
.'lit. i. no iamit to tl,. ,,,iml r clulm. eac.l, 'oe ....ti,,,,t ay V ctire.

(olicitinI votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributor votes is unds ;r by tiL eproLtrs
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Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick. Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Meici'nes.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions.
Saunders A E. rie, Groceries and Feed Stuffs.
City Bakery. Bread anI Pastry.
P. Y. Smith. Fresh Meats.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Brown House. Meals and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana HouN Fruits. Etc.
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertilizer Co., Fertililrs.





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SA4. M~es eo Wlls~towae

vln in thecity yesterday. l.
Ye t armer s ve all drat

wa Mdel d lr.ing tB.e pAy asand o an

G.. k. i wa arrested iss. nihlt
iM Ram wam amt

gherI g higm with selling mort.
111d property. The warmant was
edy s Dr. -. eB. Ayer sad the
e was mIst to fRll.

lPhifat 3 'u. e..aeJ Brs I

Phifer Drom.

Water Cooer

Ice Boaxe


Ice Cream Freezer

Guarm Hoe

wla kmmt

Ice Pick.

Ice Shavers

Guoline Stoves

Ewiysibng to make

the hame omlortable

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V. L Thms left ye day for
Oah, whre he wU -pmd the ext
lSw days ft"ng ftronds.
aty piat"W to e seCt kfrom.
Cost ad peats mado to order for
1S by Pl mr & Merris Co.
Mrs W. W MeDowall Ohas lne to
-al'fMmA Aprns sand will remi
thee ft wr t ealt few dayt.
T. W. mmdl, ireldsat ofthe
aGhe l MII ml on. Ih retum-
edlkrnsl klls to Ipnts

Oet the hfrtet-Blue RibboeL es.-
Saurd vmallO ar tw Perweet Pla-
rela Ibxtract. Try them oes ud

modrf lhtes wte Apply to arl
H. H. McCrary or Sea o .fce
yT. Je MEeerla me meber oaf tai

Gra of PhUUii & Mcarchla. MerY -
dtal. e trmaww tlss butlued loa

Lhat the mll lis uow runing on full
mtime ad etmey re s Apply to ars
H. I. MeCrOr or Ma oase.

uan of hti lulu& M' in. Me
dtb. was transacting business In

furnli rhd nmusle for a dasce for the
oGainesviolle yeserd ay. He state
that the ill Is no running on full
ordie and they are shipin ar l tarle
qIn tdtiesd of all t ectr.
Por. J. L WoHld. ao his orche tr
left last night for Micaznouly and

urnited n the ciy yfr a rdan for theo
young people of that place. The.
arU- now receiving a Kreat man)
orders and their se*r'. ices art grit tll)
In demand I nall sections.
John Hartiseld. who has tbeu at-
tending college In Meredith. .Mim..
arrived In the city yesterday to join
his parents and make Gainesville hii
future home. lie is well-plaoted witha
his new home and silli be associated
during vacation with theb larttfidic
Wholeale r (r.e-rv

S .8 -, J I

- Banker

Wn*e will makr e
Pont*.&and guarante.
Phifer & merit. Co

\m coat and
.l lit. for 1 :V

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Mowye"r onw aid lothe growth th
hap.-r. Corer \\ Main and lamlt..O
stret a. Mit.ain NiI rI elusive that its bus
Mr% Ueo. P. twli.' left tyestlah
for Worthiagton Asiaau. and till
end tihe 1o ,., .. .... .h ,, ducted in a mannc
She was ha( ,ill. 1 it i I% t 4, 1,
drnw. to its thousand pa

A r a, It ,. ,i.'l t. pji appreciate some of
,~ebh and bhou'. .i'l.- Mind (.ii ro 2m
rsallla water. dale I,;r.- alid an *'iid-
1.se variety of otber kiult. Siunde-r-
S"r ve CWalker, has GAINESVILLE N
Mlas AvIce Walker. llo ha r -n A
making ber bome here *ith the fam- C. FAIRC
ily of Rev. S. H. Rogers. has ,ne
to Welborn to Join a bouse ptity .. ..... ... ,.
for the aext seve-ral da).q
Dr. J. P. Ambrose. the accommo-
datiag clerk l the sture of J. H. cAs
Collum & Co., has returned tro- Wal
do. where he went to attend the
wedding o t Mr. Donegan and Mli *
Mrs. A. T. Kelley of Prairle Creek
arrived t the city yesterday os a 5 C fW UK
short vlsi. She was aecompanled
by her two little latereustag cbl- Q tb sertios. but eo advrtlas
dre, who came to vista their r rand ma takns for Ioe taro n nsMIt. Ms
par~crs or e a l ne; no fractioal lImol
Mrs. John Taylr of Galm word over ea e z co a ua
bas returned to her home. after ai
tay In Jacksotle. where e- was u l l ^ a
te carmtng guestM of Mrs. Jobs L ll o mmpn iS orders hr lOter
Inglis an rd KMrslFrd Kig.-Metropo tLo m to Ul couma
la., 2nd.
I. OGraam. the aecommodatian as. ,1 0 RENT.
tetaM alcsIder of the inrt Natlonul
Beak. asa returned from a visit o ROOMS FOR RENT for gentlemen
several days to ladiana, having been only. H. Dempey.
called there on account of the illness RNm ad
FOl REINT--Oe ix-room and two
of hissut.veroom co ettages to South GOaies-
Mrs. Ja. M. raham returned yeo- TiIe. Apply to Cofln Factory office.
today from a visit to Worthington
Springs. Her Ume is now about FOR RENT-New Croom cottage. all
-Wqally divided between this city aad modern conveniences; 2oN E. Court
the springs sice the completion of street. Apply 8. A. Ledbetter. Jes-
their ew cottage there. se French Piano Store.
B. W. Sprouell left yesterday for
Pittabur sai will attend the annual FOR MRET-- lveroom co(tae o
meeting of the Harduare Jobbers. block net to qualre; city wratr.
Association before his return to thiL elc6c Ults. bath room and all
ity. Tbs is one of the most la modern eoovenlesces. Apply at this
portent mretlags of the kind ever
hold is interest to th FOR RENT-During months of Jul.
bertsand August. furnished bouse. ten
C. I. Shaver left yesterday for roons. two blocks from squar,; all
BirmlIgtam. Ala.. having been call modern coantuieznc,-... Addre.- llox
ed there by tlegram anuounciug tlbh t,. Gainiicstlle. Fla.
death of kls father. It has been onl)
a short hbile since Le l.ad l-It th- FOR BALL
pat-et very much Improved and
hopes were entertained for hls recov OR SALE-New six-room two-tor)
.ry at that tinme. houue within two blocks of ,oEuare.
Colds that han on weaken the Apply 4o0 W. .Masonic stre-.rv
onustltutlon and det elop into con
.umption. Foley's Hlonvy andt Tar FOR SALE-BIeautiful white .torln.
curte perbistceii coughs that refut lluned refrigerator lhich ha oil
to yield to other treatment. Io not It.. n u.ld t4 o ate-ks. (':.al. it.. I-'*
xperimnent alith uutried rluiId; a. I. d of. h. O(ill ra. t. ,,r ;.
delay may result in )our cold set- .I. i. t1o acouit of z N. Mr- I'
iling on your lung. J. W. McCollum aG Ed :trd-
,i C'o.
Retv. U It. Thra.--hr of M1t.i;,i :;. MEDICAL.
Ua alllOlll u th." i ltUr? h,.r. > i 1
%as 4 1ng thb siitur lw.r t t tlr I'I'K llEsTOKATI\E for l.. t man
day. lie state-- that the ilix.i~ o ld Iat-la t4 oir:u ,,ed o
that ct(tiou are C% .r). AlthumAlt it money refunded; 5-( pt.r tbutti
jtc.r the r.Alroud jroj.ect and mion. Sold by W. Johnsor
i. I.ingK ubl-. ril e >'. l th citz-lil:- b
lor the piurlMce of a-kltiing the. rail lkl,. ., ~ .l,.l, l,,
al I-p'oiPlc Ia nmakingi the p rojleosd r IL.
l. (*x.ll 1c ite tonlract Ihat hi. hi tl.rei.
It I)I Iartll. Id has r. imt d iro ith IiIt I. AiderHcil I. 1 s1.t..t
.Mloultri, ;a. h the- past wa ..k c I. 3ltil i und lo -, altliii the. n.-ex fe- da .- 1 .. .! ~A ill
'oUlpa)y I ain wil,. anud Intl. hoi lo Ii rtarL.,. thhe force. l. I,.ht. lu, w... k.
their hom.e in this city Thih wa a from the pr,-Meut tlin .s hIi. ll
be.ir trat tasit to Moulir F. 3n>.* then hate the WVillltuiu huuldiMK inI
thitr r'Ujou\Ml "to alinesllli and tbl\ ltir 'oti

se-re- a arilD elcomieij l the- Cil
sa-uh (if that place. sAho r.-oI .Ivd li
ae,' vth-un ict-urn to Is t he Flunr hnt.-
S.y. It sould In- a grc-At a-u f (or
1l-0)11V of )OU ott 33WfCL.,It to tiull ) f
ti-11CC or tStIb0 or 10tw I -..1 I I .it-
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whikM'rm wait-fri1 o charms iat m .at.
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The Bread. Pie and Cake you
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eset flr. mixed with pure
rich milk a ud baked In the
"purity fashlo.,' make oar
goods the most dellctous It It
poeable to produce

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IAot in the Art of Mllinrue bsii ina. wi,. h
taught I. Mr% Mckorr~ickj. w.6) .. a gatduate
It Millinery Art t-.Lgnaseg CUT-ur- runa fIro
two to three fosib.. Matest f-a.-able For
g'eUrulars call om or &Adrr. Mt.%. IV T Mc-
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Work U ausimd
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lem French ~l~ aanu(o. GIIEMVILLJ
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