Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01689
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 6, 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: VID01689
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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btik Bes MAjure in GoIod Husor-As Per

Cutam, Icks Were Treid Bck.L

TALLAHASSEE. June .-- With adjournment. It was
good fellowship reganing the 1909 ses- 1 read for Its second
slon of the Florida Legislature cam- House adopted an
to a close this morning. It was hours Ing salary of private
after midnight before adjournment Governor. leaving It
was reached but the clock was turn. Amendment to cut
ed back In accordance with custom stenographer In the
so as to keep within the constitution- from $4.:, to $360 *i
al bounds of the midnight hour. ter an appeal by Mr.
All day clerks and attaches were Amendment by W,
kept on the hustle. Bills were rush- alary of the chief c
*d through and railroaded across to retary of State was I
the other house for passage. Several Amendment to ralt
committees on conference had to be the State Chemist
appointed to enable the two bodies amount before the Se
to get together on mooted points In was carried
some of the general bills. But the By amendment of )
general appropriation bill and the clerical aid was give
measure carrying appropriations for judges of circuit court
the educational Institutions were I of $750.
pa.sed. Amendment adopt
The Senate chamber and the hall late Auditor an exti
of the House of Representatives were' The bill was put o0
each crowded with ladies when the Ing and passed, as a
presentations to the presiding officers The Senate in th
took place. President Hudson. of the. Fisted that the House
Senate. received a beautiful sll% er refusal to concur

taken up and
nendment lower-
secretary to the
as at present.
down clerks and
executive office
as withdrawn af-
Plls to rals the
clerk to the See-
se t he salary of
to Its former
nate cut it down

Mr. MacWilliams.
n to each of the
ts to the amount

ed allowing the
ra clerk.
n its third read-
e afternoon in.
recede from Its
In the Senate

service from bis fellow Senators and amendment to lHouse 11ll No. 67S. foi
a gold watch from the att r Ii, general taxation of property for the
Speaker I. L Parris. of the Hlou'm-. succeeding two years.
received a silver service from the &nate Bill No. 3.137-Providing for
nl-mlber and Plweaker pro tem. John the Irsuance of county bonds for the
P. Stok-es a gold headed cane. ialmrovemln-nt and construction of
There ewa. MHs a. time to s|are hard roads and briders by vote of
a Hlil the ( prollinat C callteitl s we'i.re freeholders of said county. Hy watl.
i !nII the lls iuito achauip- forr fnaal r of the rules the bill wa. put on
e :,ature' hl the ire-lding officer third r-lading and Ilass-d.
*I the ilHoiir- csw-( lall\ gav uip I Srenatte ill No. 44 Relating to the
: time to fun and frolic and i s itn.- e.' .' atil iof stockhold-
*; .ches galert. The 8 ate at n late e;r against crIorporren. Ry saihr
li r. ho uuY t r. had a l ilte Jdiflnrtl'ia f the l u. (tht. Lill a1 i.u1t (on it.-
v the (.,'.erii(r lith. i. lit a'r n topnd and third re-ading and pIaj-d
t .., vvtting ;a Iill allosinag trus- Adjournment was then taken
to of pr.al- .'... I (... listrict. to Night e on.
t MIl'd feor hool letilelic ii Night eslion.
Sf h The conlaniitee en conlf.-rc*re to e
t'- llt--t-at. hle .It I I tL. I 1 1itA.l .

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It ici'l.eil X1,0411141-t s.% at. 1Flooir
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1:1' .j irnt(liliit o 11 I '*- I ill N 1
i.. li ii. th,. g te rel Inlcl t.er' t'.il
'"Th' &S-ate rtel-..-id the. Iium--
I,o '-solution to wal-e itt- rul aitild
taL. uIn anid rowlcideir S.tSe-te ill'M N\.

mcti inll Ii senate' 111 ruiari1 1t
the 8Snat,' aniainl:i:,cl n to thie I! <)he.
general Ita;a\tiioni 1411 a- irt s.'*l
. i '. : I .. ;,' Il t IT I 'l '
t:'n 1( 'i '; t11 ell :"- i11cliti itl to(
Sil .:. Ii t i > 'ard otf hIe lth t.Ix forr
,. A' .t Ia I'ar Thl Hour c' (11

S< e' I : I t I I ,*' l 4ll, ilhl( ht
- ..natie i .-;iu-< -iSes this a1 t( keant

I Holu-, conC(, Ursn. inI Ite- Soeiailtl
amiieniidirei-t to loiust" Itll No 21';. r I.Ltleii to !I.. (i'halli miK'tof jurorir
The. (;o\ riior Inoilitrd the lilo
Ihal he had i ot-t(d Ilouse I lill No .'7
which aas a dupllicate of a a H'alt
Mill ir1 leouil paica-sd Iand al,,ro\lmd.

S.... i nc T e o vas unanimously sub
3*" (Conv, ftor tate uuiformit of .-I
text books. Ala atemIt to wai eI t.t
textbook. Al axm. to) wl. u uS' H.besolution No 142. extending
ruler., a the resolutinll ro.elu,.i.e-.d t thIIaks (f the Houw to the peo
Slot b) a larg. oe, of Tallaha.e.. -bplcially the la-
The Houmse conrcurredi illthe ,11 ,ti. a:doplte-d
a -- a .. II %l -,' 4

Svii~tet, r-solution No. C -'. Cot e
As-kitig ilow.eto a alit rult- ind pass..
Vt;t. uoiu filtraxcIa bill 'ai' io

t .. ;(;.$. ilia I I g ": I ;:Icle
I Pr Il... tt.a. aelz';at1ccmI~l tie t I iat ;knI.
'A l t:tkun. t. 1411d 1 It.i:. I
%d %)':a I-, (of 2 d .c .
The Gmvi r.t.r'. %I t (I or theL.~e.

.ell 4olioil I .I T R I
l ,r i, rishh or.itt ,i The
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thirds. ro the eto stanl
The State appropriate
then taken ulp and pas
The tax levy bill w
up. After aiight ameni
sam pI)jasd.
The bill transferring
the board of health fut
Aciency la the penslon
taken up aud asr4ed.
House B11l No. 21
Alachua. relating to ch
ors. Past-d.
The Senate concurred
anmendment restoring
:he State chemist to $
Night S****
Twentyone members
,-hen the Senate was 4
shortly before 9 o'c4oc
Senator Harris arose
Iperonal privilege In
fellow Senators and In a
presented President H
beautiful silver water
President Hudson ae
with well-chosen word
his apprecla(fon and sl
litisure experienced
over such a body.
Senator MrMullen u
differences should give
fellowship as the cur
the session of 119y.
Senator Beard spoke
Senator Plournoy al
Senator Harris then
distant Reading ('lei.
Smith of Madison. who
quent siM'ech in lewhalf
teaches of the t, nuat...
i'r ildnt lth a go!d
This dress lfoth front
A'r.-ih of de(l 've' t ap| rt
A i '-ag ; '.- v It'e 'i
>, s 1'11 r. l ai ..-.iiiti lli);
tL *, i ill .': A z ; I i,

'reo t 1 -ii rof h.- ol .I l.I.
Th'l lot e mi o .-rrl1
stood 13: to 12. lackincl
of th- requilred two-thir
A re.-olutlion to.I .S, i n
.1',1,14. i | .te' t ll(adig illi
;at r I'ak, r o(f the 1 w
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&4*"on Will Run for I
Finish Up the I

atl. AleundnclUt to Ious. 1ittll 0No im i
: h cut don heappropriation to fr a drinke.r.s ta i, niothlol of
ri. o!,,r,. N.,rnal hool :t Talla Mr Hatcher, was Itiought ul and 1"t aedjoill d i e- t
Sf'read for a mi. cnld lini.e A Inuallm r lar i tii of rl'ct it C
Trl.. JHouse (.c l( urrd I1 li, I lS..l-atl ife ridh e uluu aalile luntslt re- Efr. t' t t eat l"'
1-lI-Im a' *ee 4.: IiettimA i I ee! ,l fIi1e *--
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l' I:.", t: t, i Covned Two hpm i I a s i
'* "; I to P0e0p ntB LI

ion bill wa.
as then take Oalanestlue. a.. June 1. TowUsNd. $8 IL. PIb. rewat1
dment the bill The Board of County Commisslon- for alvietil W Pa rlkr. ; W. D
ere met this day In regular easslon. Dickltaso nemmo. IM, _ITt: P.
$6,.>-oo fro Prewent. J. 0. Dampler, chairman; 0. IamNe. fCMi0I eesUetct,
Id to meet dr. C. W. Summers. O. P. Caoses, J. 1.91; J. W. PhMt fred rwvlaI
tax fund was W. May and J. r. Towlaend. $; 0. P. Cnnoe. ber Lw am rol
The board being called to erder. 16; o '- -I *mrIa mW ,
C. Carter of the minutes of last meeting were $11J; W. P. NMCeKSt. eed wore
allenge of Jur- read and ordered approved. 75 ests; C. W. nto, work a
Ordered. t thatthe fllow Mll be rol.d ll m t
I In the Houe paid: 8. H. WIea-es, usdtor, 14: oam 4 P Ild N Bo
the salary of W. M. Torlay. guard at jail, 1$3; : l" h i Im ee Iw
1.2.'1. Mosee Sherman. Janitor.W :3.11 Bel 9J I w L1M; Ca
*n. Telephone Co.. service. $7; J. C. Me. W. umwme, $1; P. es
were present Grew. reglstratio. S NMr. HI I : J'. W. May. iM P. IP
railed to order Streeper. care of Cha. Wse. $1. sed. $1' .I la lihu l tim:
rk. That the following aimed peraom H. L s.a ,i.; 1P.' & a ,
to a point of he paid th. amounts set oppoeshet; J. A. i 1.1 I, 5i
behalf of his their respective names for support: lo, .Nl; &, P 1.*m' 2 I
fitting speech nessle Goodson. $5; 3Mlmtbe Joeae. J. tw.' W.l S";IL 4S
udron with a $.'; Mary BRvens. 83: W. M. Ward. H aley m,
set. $. C. C. Warren. game warde. H. C.- Sea-t., y.-0 M" et
eepted the gift S1; S. H. Wengee, copies of nldict- lqumst Simhasam I C W
Is, expressing ments., 25.:1; Dr. J. H. Ceolo, sen wrv* o b hi ut Mou.nI
peaking of the icesat aill. $22: Dr. McKlastry. ser- A. B .yl, ws W M 1 o
In presidlnS Ices at jail. $3; J. S. Bodlford. medi-* Sdtl. W0; A.* Jly
nile for Jail. $4.70; Geo. S. Merchant. w, t mo h l LO;
Irged that all ,rooms for county Jail. e9 costs; iml
way to good I.vnch & Co.. lumber on road, $1.40; 6.20: OmG svit f O.
tain falls on F. J. Hammond. road supplies. $37.11; at Jail. $I; 'o. CI. L lI0W 1im
I. A. King. lumber. $4.12; N. A. MatolW 1 11 11"; T'. .
In a similar Mathews. lumber, Slt.7; B. P. Dyse. Klacald, spoelal tOa ai Mait f
road work. $,.75; T. r. Theomas. rI'a. $1.6. .1 4
so spoke elo.- ldrtaking Co.. coin. $8; C. T. Ca-& Tat ra thi mle t- up -*
-on. bringing lunatic to jail. $3: H. t1io of $12 per ou th m IW OWi0
Introduced As- (i. Mason ecamination lunatics Sher- Smith be redued to 8 pe r m .
rk Columbus tii4n and Mott. $15; J. P. Townsend. Ordered: J. O. Da mlpr as -
. with an elo ;'rad. $21. J. W. ay. load, $12; man ad H. WIn as auditor
of the at- Rtoalnoke Iridge Compalny. Cross of the Bord of Couaty Ce
,r'-tsnnted the ('re.elt bridge. l.0A.; J. G. Dampler. ers be and they are trebu i thaor
%atch. ftd rounll.y road. f; T. R. Waits. 11ed to aige a quk clim to Meok
S1r. lrud4on *ad wdork. $C4,; J. W. Malphure. road (5). Xange (8). of the i giar l ser
-clation. ,c,,rk. tl."; .1. R. PFa-ter. seivic. vey of OalaeelUlo, Ia.
i d from the in ro.il. (:C**; aliiesllle lHard- That the claim of J. IHoly to
h is i e to o f ,' re .' ? .; II. C i P rk .- r. s e r v ic e d a m a g e s d o n e o r c la it e d to h a v e
,- "-f .-'. it- i r :', l'".'1 W. T. Pinltynan & been done by the county read gang
Inlids for the Co.. sui.drih. oin road. $I1P.'S (. 8. to a velvet bean pastLaur e and the
IliaiIN M.! r4 hant & (Co.. uidries on road. aame is refused.
Illl thl.. $.19.1e. Blaird Hardware Co.. road sup- 'oa* the Iet'tltR of free hoMers to
s.4e rJl \out( ili.s. $29 ; H. P. Ormond. road work. allow Edward Lag to change the
rds. $Ioo; E (C (hitt) & tkoli,. pualtrirs on pl public road be accepted and that
tior ('uCo neui road. $1S .72; N. (. Mathews. services James Cbesnut J. M. Shw and .I
pIalth to Se-n on rol'. $,I; C. C WilkerIon. road Waddell are ap&olnted to view ad
it- ninth, abo -; illi-. $2.,; CC letcher. round mark out said change an make a
Uilpli's. Sl ..*; A. Slyvester. road report of their dongas at the mext
dcrk. St 7.: ilarde*. Itruo., road suall- regular meetla of thi board.
TO ':..*. (lI'..;.: P. U. Ramsey. for uim That P M. Ramsey. P. P. Wlln
Tmninling juror, and witness, ; l:: a rnd H. R. Chitty be and thy are
MONADAYv term. $:1" 4.; P. Ramnity. fl-dil ng hereby appointed read emrm--lsor
VN AYl pri-oiie-r-. $.,W ;.: Rlrhard (Irtffii for Conmmisslner's D itrtet No. 4.
:crer of Iatltper. (II; J. I Mathesoe. IAlaebua county. Va.
comLr nildflonis. SM1.7o; Galnesville Gas That boad of R. O. Ietronr. as
C NAL & lric Power Co.. light. $12.. notary public, and P. D. Petern as
I TRIED. f II t('r.,e-rv. offie suuppli, o rourt ronstable for District No. I, he ap
h:.'i. *l. 7.. F.Kast Florida Telephon I proved.
onme Time ('c .r- e $:1 .", The II. & W. I. ub0eaod 1 ee1le
ire,. ('.. I,..0 I ,,;,;e. M(C'.,rmick Ordered. That te result of the eOl
n( iP,. -. d '.11.'- Z.l; H. J ela held May Ith. 19,. In Sub-lod
Toiali Il l iaId 5fork. 12; 8I H 1irtrk-t No. 1 to elect three road
.'. nts. S1.. W k rice trustees andx i x the rate of allige. be
Sof the. .- 'gu rat ei -. ::tl. .. r I. ;rrln I flaredd as follows: IPr rad tri e
uiro wilatl <.n Wails. r:etl s.!i i I.'s. V A A ) It It. gMaa ry, R. C. bvin
itrrow au..d a id .rld Mcset r.5.1 i't H Or id J Ward; the rteo( f mlag*e.
Mi. umid juror m'"1d. r.,.al work. 1; 7, W.H Smith. fie ill
road swork. 3.Z.;. J. A. hannan. The following report was received:
\ r, Hiii Pl3 iing < '"- 1 W 'l-.li. rew-ard 'To tie Honorable Comptroler of
tI. h,'ard iat ,' ,,,. l|.dla Iarak*. .o ,Ih. State of Plorida and the Board
Siaiuiliig tIh I. II:, -caurt .stelloralphr ,f CoU(Iy Coailamsioaers of Aliehas
>lK Ith t tf A It FKliaore. court Ill.ff 11. ly, y orda: Wethe aerlcnea
I*' Iflf.i-l i road trustees of Sperial Tanx Ro Dia-
ric't No. I. Alachus county. Ptorlda.
It ,,! .., t ,- .. t hIerewlt seubott ia dupe1lat our
1l. i <.c. 1a Ie el')...I ll o? f e ,' rd I',. itamslaed est)iast le for the neat ueliu-
I.l .alI.*. th. I I .1 I. il' > .. i eli .... (' Ag s'l ).a dr 15.49. teI wit
I i* I' .I *," j.s. v .. '**Anioutni of O IlAoiteC a.c"-.- ar) sand
I I I.-. 1 I" I ,. -,a I4 lb* Mc ik,.- i ~. L I ,r fn ra l year Ita
'.lIt i tl iiti ,| Ii (t -satr) flat itt.-



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bI e er. uy the
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hove. I h a~~
(Mus bee kle saJd the
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rs bini eooo4l .........ll. 1:
SMaB Ledbett Camad 9o

' Sl :bol to ft e .lp i

A M IAf Good* .......... n310.4fo
tXW lrgret Ledbetter ... 817.60
asl asteUe Bal8 ........ l,915
Sm Sest- Carvr ......... 1.u040
',Ws Nora tali. ......... .J.70
SM Gotrl Harrod ...... 40,
i MaI ehe Thomppso .... o90
M08u -y Swhlartge ..... t.7sl
41.A m Am M. Lwls ....... l1,450
Abe S O d ........ 13.170
SMir Pearads ...... 10,935
sa W mes ........ 10.79e
3 W. Tater .......... ..920
A-ale M e Taylor ..... G We
W& femighat ........ 6.ss5
emesBallr .........5. sos
*- o Crauch ....... 6&.1L
an Bailey .......... .3W
Mamue McKay ........ A.4
~l PAe Whiutgt ........ 1.4
Ogtis Pitta ........... .3
UMMw and Sa theW SOlatret.
Nio Matie okSh Tacoma .2.14,5S
um iMa- M Me, M'emopy seW.3
s i L teMeCredWe. M'eopy 197.706
M-I Marn Chemberliq. Mica
ss mmaJolly, Orange ltii 13;7,44.a
Use Myrtle Hammand. Haw-
l s Jolly ......O H.. :...... j
-' Mytlo I HwMMd. HXaw-

Miss Wita Mal-es. Muatetoca S.n,
Milr Be tle Shaw. Pairbeak 4s. o
-am eag-MI Crews. Rokty
h.... ........ .......... ,36.7
SUI IB&-LSW BbbtiUtu M'eaopy 32.53,i
,;1 a*1 CON"it. Mi-e
-.4 ...................... 31. 010
l ee SbmS- noer. Rch blle S3,.?71
"'* Amt& lwis. Hawthora i 71to
l P IIStto Irrtmour. Ro h.Ilkl :* ;0,
Mim Itb er'ry, Rochelle. 1.3b;
MlKWJ "Qodwla. iHawthoru 15.340t
Sh-g Omthrle. Rochelle 13,1301
Mlr S owden. Hatchet
Creek ... ... .
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Ice Boxes


Ice Cream Freezers

Garden Hose

[wn Sp*ieLkn

Ice Pick

Ice Shaven

G i Stoves

Evuythamg to make

the b conioable


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onum Usk omw Vol"
we wm int atWafte....1
HImN=ry adi Atwater.
Miss Gatrude omwFair
anm mum* Deos. Wame.....



Western ead .e..ern ..en..
Mi a atte LUwi. T ...142U,
Mr. U. Mai4s. Arehr .....16.4e
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ings .... .... ......... 1 ,726
VMai Baar .. l .....11I2O05
iva Powen. Alacums. .... 12.01

Aateo IKrkIlad. Aachua. 94.680
I-s' BIllo Arredoodo. *1.770
i. W HIh i rh t: ... 4.155
Alee. Holy. Arredoado.. 2735
aEma William. Trenton 2U8
Annie Bville, Arredoado 1t.135
Jewel Stanley. Hague... .14.340
J.. Parker. LaCrosse...1063O
Gertrude Golnn. Hague... 5.090
Mabel Barnett, LaCroue.. 4.745
Pearl McLeod. Alachua. 3.465
Ada Pearce. Newberry... 3.390
Katie Akin. Arredondo.... 2.36')
uhla Gay, Hen .......... 1.9l:.
A. Oroff. Newberry..... 790
Ulae Smith. Newberry.. 630
Mabel Cato. Alachua..... 400
M. N. Sanches. Newberry 155

Capt. Alvares of Waldo is Making
Rapid Gains for Piano.
In the private contest of 1. J.
Burkhim. Capt. Ahares of Waldo 1,
making rapid advancement on the
bher candidates and has already
passed the Hand. and is only a few
votes behind the Hilh School.
He is proving one of the most faith
ftl and hardest workers in the rae.
and i steadily piling up a vote on
the wisd-up. Only a few more weeks
remains for the candldatce to S*qt
Following is the result as counted
last night:
High Bchool 21.44t
Capt. Alvarez ..... ..233.62.
Mis Ellis Iltand) .... Ihs.3.
Mary Fernandez ............ 400
Min H. leville ........... 13
F'loatle Grma'ce .......... .... .
i.1:l 1. t l liido ud on ....... 1.05
%Mlad Z,4trouar l)
liss Nora Stall.
1. J 11'tKlIllM

Many of our citietus arte rtihlniu
towardls right' di : t I, niehlt-ct
lag s>)iiiitoIim tof kldne>y and bladbl4.r
trou hi, le hih Fo.u 's Kiln)y .liai.
rdy ~111 qIl4 ckl ) rul. J W 11, (,t'!
luni a t'*

P. J. L4rd-Maa wlUl be held at 10
a Devott of the Holy Rosary
at 4 p.m

ere Nipple.
Any mother who has had experience
with thi distressing ailment will be
pleased to know that a cure may be
effected by, applying Chamberlain's
Salve asu so as the child is done
nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cloth
before allowing the balbe to, utir.'.
Many trained nurses use this sal\.*
with best results. For sae by all
druggists. .
Iargains at Hyde's.
The 0. W. Hyde Company have an
announcement in today's issue of TIh.
Sun In which they tell you of match-
less bargains in white goods and ni-
broiderles. They have had a trL.a. nd
ou. business on this class of good
ailr ad) thlia s*a.- mnore( grl.at %alues to off.r th. pitilh;ii.

A Vital Point
The moat d.lhcate art of a tah%'
ii it'd bowtl.. \'.ery ailn il t tiu.tt
It ufrtler with attackJ t'!: boVils al-
M) niidaingering Ilimost cases the lire
of the lIfant. 31 e(;- 11 y I:i ..
curer diarrhea. d)sentery and .ill
derangenientsn of the stomach or
bovels. Sold by W. 1A. Johnson.
Fair O0Ccr.
"C'an y u tell nm. li t a live l',.
The ihiloopbher atruLe.d hltilt lerd
thoughtfully. 'I n Ill try." he a:ld. *"If
you can give anuy p x reasaai for
wanting to live 10t years."-l'hiladel-
phia Recorn
Colds that hanK on wa,'.kenl the
)onattitution an d de-r\lop lntoI cut
buntlitin F i'le y 'a lioonut. ;ad Tar
cur,. |>,riirfcta t t ct igh that r, fue.
to 1,11 to otht r tr.tllait iit Ik i not
expverlnictt ith untried r.niedi*-! ;a-
delay ianai r-t-ull ili o>iur (oldl s(t-
liig il on our lutig- J \W Mct'Clluiil

No Such Good Luck
Ner ous (I!d I ada tf. r ii. .,.* ," *''
tlinMe .l r i 'i lr I ,*
rer hIn:l 1 Ie ilr '.. I
t ikl. i, r I ':. a ., ,'
*,,n I i,

AI~tIV-~S lub*% it wt pI rt
Hirw talil 1St ou t? %lli,.J .1 1A. it 'c.. .int dic ng?
Ilngredint: >"''-4 I
Webeilve dotv..ili I' put it up.
Does cei: 'p I!
F619\ O:4lI~

M -



The sores In the South Atlantic
League yesterday were as follows:
First Game.
Macoa 3. Jacksonville o.
Second (;ame.
Macon 2. Jarkronille 1.
First Game.
Cclumbla P. Chattanooga 2.
Second Game.
Columbia 0. Chattanooga 0. Called
on account of darkn."'.
Augusta 5. Charl stom 4.
Savannah o. Columbus 7.

ODvinre vice Will Held at All
Pame* of Wenhip.
Services ill be observed at the
various urches of the city today as
lat Prbyteria Chueh. Rev. T.
P. Hay-Mormalm service 10:M; sub
ject. "The Masters Haste." Sabbath
cool. 4 p. m. Evew g service 7:45;
sujeet, "Natwl Judgment of What
st Rlgt.
irt methodlt Clareh. Iev. F. IL
BrIdee-No ma eememnt.
Pis Bapmt Chlrwe-Dr. C. E. W.
Do44 of Owea wil preah both
morai ad evelg. monday sebool
at 9e: a ad fSesir B. T. P. U.
at 6:45 p. m.
AdveUt Chritiaa Church. Bder J.
T. Johao---Rev. Joe Iherome will
prmea at this ehwuh both mornat
and evetg. owlar to the abemee of
the pastor. vwh is uIlUg the pulpit
do RIe. Shearoe at Tampa awd hol
lp revival.
S Holy Trilty Church. Rov. F. H.
Crahlll-Tru ty Sunday. ULtay.
semoe 4Nd boly commanlo, 10:30 a.
m. Sunday ahool. 4:16 p.. E.ve-w
atta prayer. 5:30 p. m. The public
is -ased to net the Lcuge Do hours
for S-dy school and evening prayer
to the summer schedule. Eveialn
rayer n hFrdays will also be at
St. Patrick's Catholi Church. Rev.


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


---F.. II MYERS, Mlanrr---





Fire. Life and Accident

Ir. ethae .11uss %-i


A1141 th.ia%!-~ing" 41f a life~
r T tilli golile hilts ween tile
S till!'.1l 1 1,11e 11 xexperiellce of
iit-IlIt. YOU Call
protect wir pr. ii erty for

;ill, I i
tha *.ul' 11.. ,0
II I I 1 1 1

A. M. CI'SHMAN, Agern, GairesvIe, fIf.t'h

I*- .- -dm-Mmw- -. m m % .




fl for

Smumer Comfort
Don't add th heat of a kite
re to the sukcient discomfort of
hot weather.
Use a New Perfecton Wick Blue
Flame 01 Cook-Stove and cook in
With a "New Perfection"
Oil Stove the preparation of
daily meas, or the big weekly
"haking," is done without rais-
Ing the temperature perceptibly
above that of any other room
in tte house. Another great advantage of the


ine Flme t U Ck-Slve

Is se Ibmd CABINET TOP, which gives it evm
smlemkce of the modern steel ige. Has a amp
top shelf ~ rwan plates ad keepac oled d hot,
p- dheles for holding ml esoknnar tells, and is
e e tted with racks for towe. Made in tlhme sie
ad eMn be had with or withot Cabist Top If Mt

Th Lamp OT"II t
Sat y dealer's addieem nearet aae am|.
comb utiol
wmbeswr high
or h emt- dle nir frewm dim 1gerle edoW ad l
-e amebe. f'eenlsske, .a^idal
If t at year deaIss address our tM agms7y.


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Cc g:tte Fror, All Sectiors of Ptor-
it .a Be Prese t on This

The sixth annual nic.etiiig of the
State Pharmaceutical Association will
convene in this city Tuesday morning
and great preparations are being made
by the local committee in char%, ,,
It Is the latentUo of the commit-
tee to make this one of the meat Im-
portant and beneSelal meetingsa
the history of the assoeatloa, and It
s especially urged that as many of
the etisenM of the city as can attend
the meeting and make it a success
that will long be remembered by the
visiting mermher.
The regular examination of the
board will occur Tuesday at the Elks
Club. The State Roard will arrive
oe Monday for this purpose. there
being a large number of new grad-
ates from colleges who will have to
undergo this examinatio before be-
lag allowed to practee In this tate.
The reception wh w illc occur at
the Eks Club will be of a public a-
ture ad refrashmta will be served
by a number of ladies who have been
elected by the committee on enter
Dr. Johason, who Is chairman of
this committee, desires that the ladies
of the city cooperate with the com-
lmttee and remember that what they
wart to so is to give the visitors
enjoyable visit.
Following Is the program:
Wednesday, June 9th.
9:30 a. m.-Meetig Florida Stat
Pharmaceutical Amaaoation, lks
Address of Welcome-Mayor Davls.
Response-Wm-. Oppeabelmer.
President's Addrevs. *
11 a. m.-Informal Reception of the
Ladies. Elks Club.
I p. m.-Luncheon.
2:30 p. m.--Meet n called to order.
3 p. m.-Ladies' Card Party.
5 p. m.-Priue contest

11 NTTSI: hst Ein

L. C. Smith Gun.
Draper & Maynard Sporting Goods.
Cangler Gasoline Rangu..
Yale a Towne Builders' Hardware.
J. B. Colt & Company Acetelyne
Gas Machinez.
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds
Pai nt
L. J. McClIoky onw White Inam-

Pale Interior Varnish, Pal White
Damar Varn.sh.
Mark* A Company, Ltd, Pure White
Imported Sweedish Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
Acree Wainaceat Plaster.
Frescoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. C's. Stove* and
Itarges of all KInds.
Pittabrg Special Field Fance, also
Hcg Preef Fence, all widths.
The Grand White Mountain Refril-
We sol all kinds of Mill Supplie,
Steel Split Pulleys, Steal Shaftinl.
Cast Iroa Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stillson
Wreaehos Mare Spiral Packing.
High Pressure Packing of all kinds,
Hydraulic Packing, Penerthy injectors
and Lubricators, Garfeld Ejectors and
Injectors. Flue Eapanders, Flue Scrap
er., Boiler Riveta, Cap and ket
Sc s.
Ales Turpentine Supplis, Council
Tools. Black Joe Hacks and Pullers*
batting. Schovil Hoes, Hoop Iron,
Brass Strai-er Wire. Galvaniled Wire
Cloth. No. 2. No. I, and No. 4 mesh.
In fact, when you are in want of
anything don't fail to see the Gaines
vile Hardware Company. We give
votes on ail purchases made for cash
and payments on account In the Co
Oper'ativ Cciltst
WI always stay in the lead in every

thing in our line




sBC lSP.
mwd.r. ammebs -V sad..
SNa **** eategeef l t eem Car
NftOta rAN00F801U1100fti0
puamp. Masa I wi of PoIs. Ddle-
ius be C im i 10 nnmoss.eG en
admuea 1 h o 8A & ee of h4L. ;
raUm AAibb

6 p. m.--Spper.
9 p. m.-Baaquet. White House.
Thue JuAe W "
9:30 a. m.-Secoad Seessin Florida
Addi etar.
3 p. m.-Prise contest.
S p. m. -Carriage ride over the city
sad other amusements.
The carriage and automobile rlde
ever the city promises to be one of
be Interestaif features of the *e-
The following eompris tUe general
ommlttee on entertalnmet: W. M.
lobaso, P. W. Cranlat. W. T. Bodl-
sard, H. P. Oobert uad L C. Lyseh
The 911184"
Por the annual banquet, which will
w held at the White House, a very
ulque and movel bil of ftre has b
raged and is better understood by
the druists, a copy of which ol-
Orapefrult Cum Xerlcum
Coasome A La "Visol"
Lettuce and Tomato Salad. C. P.
Stuffed Young Turkey. Cranberry
taked Tomatoe. Green Peas, 8. P.
Asparagus Tips on Toast
Punch a la "Reall"
Chicken Salad. N. F.
Ice Cream
'ruit Cake Layer Cake
Nuts Raisins
Cream Cheese Saltines
Deml Tase Cafe Sameb
'llars Cliarette*,
Iced Hydrogen Mooxide
Guaranteed under the Pure Pood
and Drug Act.
Special Attraction S*cured for the
Baird Theatre This Week.
Through the efforts of Manager
~albtlild (I tlthe Itaird Theatre and
\Inia.acr IH3I-s of the. loMal basOball
iub. thIlcy lhave aecured a great nov-
It' In I r.- p<, I< :' *r f tline I. 't nilli
i.au ioU lllie.ih i a it.ilng of exce>p-
i'lloul ;.hit. lie ha1 s enteriaine'd
i.inl tlioltiu.;indlr with his acts. which
.1r changer to huit the public. Ihe. l
t comerdian aay ahovi the averaget
ntld kef'e'i. tihlc audienll' illntereste'ld in
hei s. he. ha- In ptrodU L(lUL thenm
i'" uiella! IN.' .enl to) lie aprelrciated.
lii.- aide and front leaniiKg is the.
nlo.st wonderful pi,.c.' of defianlce of
all the leading -cience.ac. whebn. with-
out of aid of any mechanical apla-
ratue, he can lean over any way
he sees at. He has Iwen and ii the
wonder of the century, and has bten
Ironounc.d o bhy all who have wit-
ai.-ead his performances. besides
this act there will be another great
specialty announced nla this paper
later, and in addition to this there
will be three reels of moving plc-
tures,. which will be changed nightly.
There will also b one beautiful iI

lust rated soIKm
This is meant to be a Wala event
and every point will be used to make
It so Come to the .Iaird Theatre this
we4ek and help the" cause. which
Jmeaanm your city having a gsi)d tiha,.
-ll cliilh whieh ll thi .seascmi
'tirln.iii m*h I m m.ti a a gmood at .-rnimm,
Tii f\ i1e1 i.r
'ih. ill ko-l 1, II iii -1h1 1, r ,.r
.,l llf ItI ll -,> ,il.il % 40l11,: l.ed e lf li *"
, %l Wa h l l l l alll i fll "




Only T o Commiassoned Officers tc
Accompany Guards, as Lieu.
Whee.e Is in the West.

Captain J. W. HIlanding of the
Uainextille Guards will lease Tues
day for the State encanlipmlnet with
a full quota of men. The new site
ie located oa the 8t. Johns river.
near JackManaville
Capt. Illanding stated to the re-
porter Saturday that be was already
sure of about forty4ve men going
from here and Mliaopy together
and be was of th opinion that the
number would be increased to fifty.
which wil make an extra Sne show-
:-Ig for Galnesvillk.
During the past two weeks he has
bad regular drills and worked the
boys hard that they may better put
up a creditable showing at this meet
ins of the State troops.
All the Guards will be "rounded
up" on Monday and the final prepara-
tlons made for the trip as they leave
here early Tusday morning over
the A. C. L. and will remain In camp
about ten days or two weeks.
this is the firt meeting of the
entire State troops since the Mb
meet at Tamps several years ago. and
much Interest has bee manifested
throughout the State b the various
The new loeaton, which was se-
lected by a committee from the Lbeis-
lature. Is an exceedlgly pretty site,
on a high bluff about thirty feet
above the St. Johns river, and the
grounds are well dotted with beautiful
shade trees, which will add to the
beauty and pleasure of the trip for
the men.


Clarence Werthelm and Roy -Ma-
masse expect to leave today for Mem-
phis. Tenn.. where they will spend
the next (w weeks.
Capt. A. Paul. who has been ab
sent In Penacola and other points
on business connected with the land
office, returned to his home here yes
' r''day.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
sold on a guarantee that If you are
not atisfled after using, two-third, of
a iottle according to directions, your
mon.y wLU be refunded. It is up to
you to try. kold by all druggists.
J G. Ileville. the trucker of Arre-
doudo. was here .'.terday oa hli
uaital weekly trading trip. He ..tate-
that the rain was a great benefit
to his section and as a result the
farmers are busy planting weet po
tatoes, something that is staple with
the in.
"It cured me." or "It saved the life
oIf lmy child." are. the expressioUn you
hear every day about Chamberlains
('olic, Cholera and IMarrhoea Remedy.
This ia true the world over where this
valuable remedy has been Introduced
No other medicine in use for diar-
rhoea or bowel conmlaint has receiv-
ed such general approval. The se-
cret of tae success of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and DiarrhoeL Remedy
is that it cures. Bold by all drugLists.
Well Pleased With WatMsh.
Messrs. Phlfer Iros.. City.
(~k.tlemen: I desire to thank you
for the beautiful watch awarded me

by your frm on last Saturday even-
inl as a result of your coupon pla.
The design of the case Is neat and
'rettly and the work, of the Waltham
niake. considered .a- iiod and durable
as are made The watch is a
r,.l, ndld tince >pit.ce- alnd I am inu e,**r)
w;is eIlll hleai*d witl It
RHk*epectf iii
I;4All." .-% Ill.. J.lul 4 i1o~*

Vou Never Can Teli A WOMAN'S APPE
W ell Irno% oaf 6L. '!er- "I- t to!'~

Ir i t..lr a .' LL'' ft k~lr rllu .c. Iit iii, mctE .i~.S~~UIblU~ t : 1'...
oI If 1 i 1 T he r
0. 111 1 111 k -l 1--u cu er )-airs-r II t obt 1.01W as Lilaw
tt a a 0.. ilv& -1 '1 I
., pu Ia. Bra t ia l'. pi.1 k B.Vt.1 *
Ic re .' a ,. fi''. ",.lI ) L1.4 ...c; ~ .. I '
r e -.4#4 j 1 -0.0 bi s.





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We've alrey sold this I

more of thee goods than have ver

been old during the whole a

here before.

And why?

Became we've bierL cb

than have ever before been aed

in this ectio they were bou t at

a le pricethan ever bure, md

we have sold them at pries m

-quall ihre.

And yet with this trmm

selling we still claim "The Lartp

Stock of Laces and Embfoiein

ONly thiast

week we received in Idia Li.m

'one 2,160 yar to be id at

8 1-2, 10, 12 1-2 and 19c. TI

is only an


of the lavid

way in which our buyer povies

us with the cream of market.

were pleaantly surprised at the

values we offered-they were even

moe tempting than you had ex-

pected to find at the Hyde Stoe-

the home of good values.

And now

we feel 'tis oly

necessary to say: "We're going to

have special offerings in White

Goods d Laces ad Embroidries

on Monday and Tuesday. Come."

-- =w



sonr Oams es a

Se Cm Thurd A ftM

carried in Florida."





we're going to make Whiteood

and Embroideries our Specia






wg.. yv -- gy-
--m ftB^ggy ;Son verml
% w gUs ibemem wOI be
MlP S to sm PmearMis t a Sbaate.
son IM % Be e rlu Jeureal.
NdSO u-** ue ewwoe Mt f U day
e a as of beplag 8weet
agggires a.a and usasy a mothers
aby wiN e tat day at lst. a
el l---4m hie mother M td ave
hsM Te bNuaTh WING Ufl trib-
S 'mmm fto te Pm of datitor Hethertag-
pag lto e of The lAketnd ba bft
*86Ol p ubr" th rougma the tate and
lo ls t well woert publishing a thUueand
-Adlaln tlmes more We reproduce for two
reasesI: First befuse of its worth.
-amd --e amd. because of the worth of
AMin. the a--a w pemed It. Back In the
1bf eM K*ulky we knew sad
howUK No mnut have had a
mother tr the is agood m.
aV. therh the yar have
MUM geso b r h t se tlhwa bi n is
mg gg o byO the t"ahersm boys of
mm N ie6dO. whe bwi hw e scbed by the
t fIolm Ig wae I* "hme her:"
M e -" -s hew her. mgsemng
008M l["D he wO mme @ the 1a9 hor her

bew M S


mmhmmm U

94 rl
d w

~tiCJ hePW---

Sbat weieka

4w sr iA a ma o"

.- -
g MS l be 0 p a6

-- p-r a sl the maimar. -e
L) Neei -is have felb

eS -r a-g to harvers tas

S$I ta blar. ueh the mt
a*g WL Whe laeirgiS stad a

rb we ogr day. N abter bu

rf p'i t tir aw pooeT
-wmemo fAt g oan ft or,
M es- is *the aMe wI
p s Ii ra dighS po tr

at at Imeat roIL
otoagly advu pi work for

^a u o---f e Olfw TJve
aieey --L toh vt the VU
d*M *d aWrda i wrtM to
t Oatbra pato ny the city
"~- tire aII
ed acres eof lan satle aed
e aetj y*l blk a broad rock
wsh ees" pavemm "n- a.

* they aumo
a rmt pr nm, the ,d iMtto
enatulhbui Mberat to every 4
amIob to IsN pesporty am
C* Amer.9beoo
d e&"iLa st i ol m n
sobn"n be ae seeaed t

1 __ _

*h11 1 e th. A eLw bAre da elo* t a~ the e tlsomof his pre t term
Noto he hW h* be s RarWd Cmmsuomer."
Milnme bo hWes we mat Sr Mu;
m m o m wT em the pipr alt newl to
dm w Pm Myirng. Inrres omoe sonh pa the
h 0 m e-d m d ~ ISe is t~mhler tm Th Veaymww
n hr -m we hin. rw l r poi mu to d boea at the
ll *e be aimed enmeat ass th ea arned is
I0 T'hI 4 m ai her mhn the eet at the ileeasord ace

Now g e o a esmos he s usnt Io io lsa ob Is sis
of be-Dt the 1badw ers have b ght the
*f t*** uedMto O W I"U sa ples es themseves. They havew
4698 e s d-heaid e ea av t t M we ane af r more

i *;i* a .. eaIIsees, eemeer
s fhb atul am n ow orh td he avet e"m er demand
N W iw n o me bhdWW a lrge e, o--- e -odaaug h that
a p m h a the maer p dwas compelled to bu el

I It et84 k d Ip dn. flt po ,o Ir or t h r uee<.
0e ,g easor intdl 11 ar o ar ti-n loo. air rmammsonr
asPn 10;Smtigoto bshut $l9AS It Is easy to se
I: t the tme i of hi EW.n to s i tha t no a im an m hek built without
a eaIsl fS useru ofp Yeth 11"atl Va n th traBrti. Very
e tl b s rightly the government decided that
w so Me r as pe tsi the le l that oe
O If Thin a me I t -m l e bee. t affod it an d whlc is marily re-
r of l d tId kty.e hrm spMrlbb for the higher t aatLon.
sws do o. 111. stbor: d paythe cos and parliament
d bud sad m dd, or ouwin tar out by an esermusm majority supports
S h tnw d see een governments view. If the better
I ld o e to her eoan led th periee this is giving the landown-
n, A id t ea e myste gmloe rs woren put a stop to scare-lmager-
,e o ae oft ree m do dern It will be a good thing for more
Me whalo e m lo a bitdln.Ae than one nation.
1a*e and erept ote he beert, sad
mlud with a love that waso. Abo siead nwS "rtwade. is $ad% S
ai o; bu ti Its to Ier ort holy of
heifi p he be oever a an hamber I- IT iro lARLAtSM tOO.
- b.t fo r th e mother "e never kne
"Ad it pleased hm to believe
that though he saw her not, she walk-y wV he t seoem Ter s t o ter a o
d through lr e beside him, and napy wab weeps il,
at es maade her presence felt n wo ha tha ha| and whoe
weet souggetion or kindly need, In hair is fall outcan prevent th. hair
S i u t irrag of the heart that tar- falling out. and thicken the growth, with
ed himan fro temptation'sr ay. And Newbro's "Ierpleide." Besides. Herpl-
tC w dtdet one of the most agreeable hair
whatever of good or gentlenes or gen- Idresing there is. Ierplcide kills the
erous impulse ever blossomed In his ndruR germ that eats the hair off at
but ife, to her he gave the credit. root. After the germ In destroyed.
e' -Therefore. on other's Day. wh:ni the root wil shoot up. arnd the hair ,rowl
kr aever. Even a sample will c- n-
theosands have the blests-d prlvile:- v-*e any laly tha Nebro's Ierpe
ar- o playing the ~otire offering of their i an Indlipensable toilet t uisite. It
I is tove at living mothers' feet. and other eatains no oil or grease. It will not at un
have %u or dy-e. Wi'd by leading druggists $n 1I4
S thsands live over tender menw le" Insttamp lir sample to Tb. Herpl-
a d day hen mothers walked by their ieL Co.., eroit, Mich.
Sside-he wears the white flower for j bolomrd Co.. Special Agents
"her to whom he belie ves his nature m
owes its best.
-sf t tha edust ofl-this dear day I ,TS MC E
MWu while the Sower Is fadnlag. though Its
the fragrance lingers still., he writes these IIE
St inMe for the sake of those ~ hoL. like tls FrAW
Crp to hir, knew mother only In the land S i~AL SuS eum
e o 1 oa dreams." Aacae sava. FLA.
o* .$10 Reward, $ 100.
Sis The readers .of this Iaper will be
i. pleased to learn that th.-re' is at lea".t
here been able to cure in all its stag-. TELEP
eat and that is catarrh. Hall Catarrh
Care is the only positive cure known
to the Hedical fraternit Catarrh L 9 AM SMSU
who being a aoasttutLonal disease. re n_ __ __ _
quires a oastitutional treatment.
dvr- Halls Ctarrh Cure a is taken Internven te to Bro
TI 'iF y. llatin directly u|lon th. blx vil@; ;O nt (icala Dad Iw-
S and muaeous surface of the 5systeml. oo ; west to liasaD 1 Ri-
thereby destroying the foundation of yode; west to neanne Hi
the daeaae. ad livlnl the patient m n.,iato Iwbia.rigih
bu.o-stret by buildlun up the costltu- anl rt, ntn o .iut rir-
d ties nd assistinL uneurc in doiln Itsa
r work. The proprietors have suo much
e lith la Its cureUte powers that thby TONWs, PHOtiPHATK MINg4,
ee r One Hundred Dollars lor nSy UTIIL, BAW-MIl.J and VANMN
h eose that it fas to cure. bend for M and A
estl moulahs. 1Md*r. ss O Prr .
-. J CHSINEY CO. Toledo, O
Si by all druggists, 75 coats.
tfu Tale Mals Frally Pbs for oeti"- c~1 mlrli TdmL h
orida -
It II y e avae hIed a Mtiag me imf
e ,isadbe the Wat tm s.

N.oH. COX, Consulting Engineer
- wapdMOakada ai,
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Ted L Ib. mf Fe
Osmellu in Civl, mbeaalmwl amlan= Oii w spd Speca
Inyr~rreumk, ind 1. L Drf smd D IN, D gl, Dlprl-uts, heftchsm,
T~pwul mu -ismsa2-1,-11----r wad prebms In this Umesw
Usivad g I us bhaedt TIagd of Mariab



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will list your property, find the buyer and
the ale-then charge only Five per cent.

in Residene or Faing Property
Business, Residence or Farming Property

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Dixie Fyer and South Atlantic Limited.
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Ar. Rkicmoed ..... L.&A
Ar. Paris L. A
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f-urse. ,Ic. uu~l.; cr, J~rLt .k,~ T A MartsJ\ Yrl... ca.;. r. miatila t-j
r ro emstiv-14 -i N lr' a *" i m y t a~.J to A. W. FTri"O, T. P. A., AC. L., II3
- 'a-yntit Jockssissln- i r c) t

Air Line Railway



Two E:lt.':i Tt Traitin ailly



(,NLY LINE ( r.iling Daily Through Sleepers
Jac.kv) oville to New Oritanr .

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Tampa Tribues* 'ltor Le100.
says ho et *tord t take that At-
Iat editeurl job at W & a year.
because that sam woa ld't kep him
I a cktes irt e very day. The
strluous l ife Into which Claud
would be phlurd In Atlanta would
re tre several change. of linen A FUM Y VEGETAB UN

irookwille Souther Args: "The CES
recommerdatioe of Governor Gilebrist
to make Abraham nLncolo's birthday Afor do disae aused by TanW
a legl d nt strikea re may ve you aearious
saonsive ebord in many noarts in U k II
Florida. Util the State han a Jetf f NULAM NORu I*E3C n& CMT
Dvlav day. It Is outside of the pro- 24
prietle to have a Lincoln day in Jelf .l o 1n .
DaIv' country. It Is nice to be Ib-
eral. but not to 'tlopover.-' w M. JOB SOr T

Stark Telterap: "Hoa. James
Aleauder of Volustl county an-
omeed ao the floor of the House
a few days ag that be wold retire l U-I II II I I
Iem llEtUl Io after the adjornr-
mt the present ses i of tihe -- l.aerpr.. a --
lgaltiura. It is also anamtued Ofel ad Draftin Rlooe Oppolie brown Hoe Hotel.
that e L R. Ils aBrr wl rtire P. O. Drwr "W." BelO boMu o. 24


A Allift AM AM AM Alsh Aloft A AwkAm AM d A
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'rnh IpAILY SUN: eAlhE 4VILLK. FLORIDA. JUNE 6, 1909


Hlth is Weh savin and Sme


Tendered at legant New MHme ef
Dr. and Mr L. Kelley.

ainOvIll ople Kn OW It would require a Iifted p.n to
Gaineville People Know low
FURNISHED SY INFLUENTIALf wto f tria oi* co rdial a d h antlfnil me
N ILave t lorlal r'ceptlto held In honor cf
FRIENDS FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Many (;aln-rmil pe opile take tbhir J.fferon DaMis Jmne 3rd. 1'i)9
-lives In their hands by newlecting the )r and MrsJ.J. L. Kell.y e-ourt'ou.-
Case Has Sen Appealed to Supreme k lri' h-ni the'y know the-e orlran- vl extended their ii Art tr'.tina to
i-e,'l I Sljc' i-k kdliines are rtlleonlm Ihe' litalht.ers and their frinilln wAith
Court and They Are Under he. rfr a \:.t arnloant of sufferlll and in the alls of their new and elnaint
*end Pnding Decision. 11 health. lIt there is no need to home. i'Alt Ro th A rredonio street.
suffer nor to rentiiu n danger when The following ladles formed the
all dl'seas* and ache' and pains due receio\ilng Ine: Mrs. J. I. Kelley. Mrs.
W A T. I -! T ''>,. 4 .,'n. o a ak klHi'ne.~ can e quickly and .1. W Te'nch. Mr-. Jno M. Ta.lor.
ho, hae e w *n (co'tilf I i, t!-. -rlon- ,.rnmatri-.tly cured by thv ,** 11 e f 't.tte recording secretary Mr.s. .1 W.
ty f11l for fte i | t .;I ..,I month, I l)n's Kidneo 'Pills. lire. I- a a;;in.., Ste-phen. IAke CitLy. State rril-trar.
a! i,* d ith th. rn al, ; 'f \'n. II. ii', <(Itt''zn- re.'coriimeinatlon: Mrs. W. J. Cook. Jackson'lll., chair-
blcr.land. were' re-. a-eJd .1 ,,t,.an late Mrs. :. II. \\'alters. los. N. Oak a'\.e man Soldi.rs' Hoime. Mr. .Mrs Me.d-
-._ I ---. -

I neR. Ce"'l.ta' ville-I Fla layft: fy kid-

They were tried at th- la. I term
of court and convicted of nanslaugh-
ter. Iwing e tenced to ser \e a term
of nine years each In the State
prison. but through their attorneys
have api'paled the ca.e to the Su-
preme Court of the State. and their
binds having been t\ed at S3.000
each we-re readily given by friends
of the young men and they are again
free pending the decision of the
higher court.

Dath of Old Citizn.
W. H. Holbrook. an old and highly
respected cittzen of Grove Park. died
at his home Thursday evening and
was wartd at that place Friday.
Deceased was In his seventy-eighth
year. coming to thtis tate from the
North m twety years ao, and at
once bought a Sne orange grove at
Orove Park, which was bringing him
ad-o return at the time of the
great free.
Desag the past few years he had
been n feeble health, but never com-
plalUed of his Illness and was content
to remain close at hib home and e-
joy the comforts that were afforded
him owing to prostprity accorded
him in former days.

Peor Milk
Is often thought to be responsible
for an infant's loss In weight or gen-
eral poor health. The cause usually
is that the child has worms. They
get the nourishment of the food and
the baby staves. actually starves.
White's Cream Vermifute e ixels the
worms and nourishtes the child. sure
and safe. Price 2: c( nts. Sold by W.
II. Johnson.

Sun "Waat" ads. brig results.

In.vs Tere di.-,oderetd for some tim,
and I could find nothing that would
re'levre nie. I ufflered gr-atly from
headaches and was often so dizzy that
I could not stand. Seeing Dman's
Kidney Pills advertled, I procured
a box and began their uoe. They act-
ed quickly and it was not ~og before
I received relief. I have no besta-
tdo In giving Doan's Kideny Pills
lly endorsemeat"
For sale by aln dalers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllbera Co.. Batfalo,
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember thea noa-Deaa'o--ad
take no other.

mi^ YnJtIa I WINEW
I-J IHmmnL luns-

(Coa.tind from CIa Oe.)
ber o mike of A. C. L IL RL.
11. mileU; number ofd me of West-
era 'nion Telegraph Company s
19.1 mib&
"CertLScate dupUicte this $lt
day of May. A. D. 1 .
"M. J. WARD,

"Road Truste"
"Itemized estimate of teal year
1I0M. Special Tax Road District No.
2. Alachua county. Forida.
"Hoa. A. C. Crooam. Comptroller
State of lorida. and the Honorable
Board of County CommissIoners,
Alachua county. Florida: Pursuant
to Chapter 5239 of Acts of the Leis-
lature of Florida for the year 1903.
we. the undersigned road trustees for
Social Tax Road District No. 2.
Alachua county. Florida, which said
d.. trict is ttcmporarlly coextensive
with lhction I)istrict No. 6 of said
county and State. submit herewith
our itemized ..tiiiate for flncal year

Amount of money necessary for
ha'liing hard road material, $6,.0o;
.an!:n'lt of ln'ir. y nec'sa.tary for grad-
ii.;: hard road ~, $4,00i .
-Rate of nillageK for fiscal year
1.,:.' filve mills.
'Numnlwr of iniles of A. C. L R. R.
nuDlil m- A. C. R. R.
"NumIII'r 4)t mil,-. A. C. L R. R.

id aMr .ri k II
Nunlal e r of tmil's S. A. L. R. R.
nim lih lil:-'. 1
"* NnilM'r of miilt,- We.-t'rn U unionn
T I' L'r:1I.h (' 1iu l|'aiy. 'o,.
F: It l! O\a .L ..
'Tru t-'- ef Su l-ir .dl I)iltt No
'. All'chila 'ouw.' Florida."
(to r is i\ liia tl> i. i.,rt f .J l1
latheow la. IItra;i-~urr llem liiig thi- ceto -
diti,(on of the e-'l ratl fuIind. thet l(oUrd
adjouiin '.

Men Past Fifty in Danger.
Men -a -t nidl,!'I; life hacv f(ouelin
coieefart and renlilf in Fol' 'm Kld'ue.
it* i'dy,. e-lra('lilly forr etlarge'd pru-
talt* Kilatl. % hlih h It.4 i ry (cunitilon
a nllllig el i a 1) I -11 E: orris
li \Itr K ritv'is. UpW to a e:iar
ago In .,t!. r -.ff-.'d from kidln.')
and l,;.,;4, r ioil-e .tild M ., eral pht -I
( l*ij a plila nutnce-d it ea jl jr&'li lat of
the ipro(talt glanld wilnl aldvi-ed an
j.i-orat.ml 4 l O11 Mcotiliat of his aK*g
e11 ,r- aSI aldII he ) siJdl unot stauud
It a'l l I l-<' iile n'lda I''ol. ,I Kid e'-y
It 11. 1 tl I ti f lb- t, tt ll,. e-l
him., alnd aft. r t.uking the second liot-
tle hI ,. *. n,, l>ea*, r r uiile'd with
this o,,i,:laint J % .M('ollum &

Mal.try Valor.
I u,..! r i it I 'i n it,' suu*-h
S,,, -\ 1 I r it. t I..- i% i .ilr
l.i. n. r% it. It.1 1 i c t .li r'tar.
S .il,,r .,- f.,r 1I.. i tA vl e.\e.r thl r it% f.r r e.trd alid we rlbll,' Thai k-

Out last nigbt? Headache and secV
ous this mornulug? ItlcA' Capudlse
just the thing to It you for basimea
Clear's the head braces the nerves
Try It. At bd" t6MS

o beoitles are sold annually There
is but o n Painkiller, Perry lietl'
Have you een the new large I6c isa

s" -wanr t- a. rts rwtal .



The growth of thisBank is roo con-

clusive that its buine is being cor-

ducted in a manner highly satisfactory

to its thousand patrons. We would

appreciate some c


('. A. FAIRC


lin and Mi-1 Millie Adamson.
The occasion was one of the most
interesting historical functions. to
which the chapter leaves no stone
unturned toward making a pleasure
and delight. Their aim is to carry
the heart of our older women back
to the glorious days of the Old South
by song and story, sad to awakes a
interest In the heats of the young
for research lnat the rlves d char
actors of the great mea ad women
who made the history of this part t
our country so earageos mdAer
trials,. m m me mader defeat
and dialppoatmat.
Muchk pleaafe ad OthMusiam was
afford bytwt p-re ae of the guest
of hoaor. Mrs. W. J. Cook, eairmas
othe Soldioer' Hoe. whoe em-
Sksirate er o the oM vetara
a all oceasoe wi s a oplreim
and Mrs. J. W. StephMs. up wmI
our Daibughters J-eed r the h 'er
eo be pkropery dled history
o the Resistrar' book of Florida D-
vitoa, U. D C.
The address of wtoaoe by Mrs.
Kelley, with Ier readlag of historial
papers, the beatlftl letter of greettng
fro ourt Mh admrd and belaed
State Presldaet. Ister bther Carot-
ta. the soags ad muat contributed
by friends ad Jolmed nl by the
audience, added largely to the spirit
of the evening. The ong. "Florida.
My Florida." words by our State prel-
dent, to the tune of "Maryland. My
Mar)land." by 1ssT Titmau a.d i l
young ladies, was greatly enjoyed.
The address on the life and cha-
acter of Jefferson Davis, by an old
Confederate veteran Major John W.
Teach. was appreciated, as It gave
the statesman, the master and the
home-life of Mr. )avls In such light
that it appealed to the large audience.
The program was concluded with
the singing of "Dixie."
Thus the delightful refreshments
and social spirit of our people and
iisiturs marked the one hundredth
and first birthday of the Soutb's
greatest chieftain. Jefferson Davis.

Tom Soulware at Ocala.
T. ii li;,ul'.l aref of (;ain.l illl.,. Alach-
tia county. and a li-IullKtr of Stone-
aIll C(am,. who attended the Second
Itrirsredlo HN ert!i,, n (n IOcal., is one of
i1th .m4uii ttiit aunfe'rc d ithe r;L\;:a.4e
<>l %ar 111,4 .arezit'- lived :iar II.~aw
th(oru, ai.d wh.eu the FeJderal force-s
ilnadedc Florida and |purpose.d taking
';ai t ill,. his nam tih-er had himi
Imount a twou-) ar-old colt and make
a night ride to Gia iirebllle and iufornm
('Cii. iDickerson of the Federal ad
\ance. iand |islitioni. the ir drstroyina
the Kin houae anld all Its conlielts.
cilhteenli bal ta of iilned cotton and
Shhatenerr other property the in-
\ad the Iloulware plantation. Tb- comn-
rnatitder of the Feilerirlu Inla ttlla oaI
known where- .Mir%. l)talware's hu-
tImud waru. she re.lle-d. 'vou aill hear
Irol hi biu at sUirit- *'.' and sure'
i InIio h. herr fouritei Ii-) ear oll soon
ii\ nllg iientllet-d ('ic t IM'kerion lat
l;.tll!i.- Il., i..it 4.r .y Pox" warb
lhe.-re, a* ushci-" routedh l the enel'u
sad trllt k co-nstlr ,iillon lito their
* dalk I *'r. i he" country uf
them Tom itoulare from then on
rofu lla t hrotallh il-. war and would |
iw fighting yet if he had his way '
Lrala Star. 4th

A Hurry-Up Medicine.
Kvery houne'keeper recogni s the
need of effectie rem in energoncles-a hen onmethilag must
he done right away Buch a reined?
to Perry IDavi' i'alakiller, for sprains
aad bruises, fur strained musr-les and
for the aches aid palns resulting
froaa blows and falls. Burns and cuta
ar,* Intantly relieved by it and
helped to healing Its aialuloo of
mercy began se-enty years ago It
is used In all countries and nailU.o




Ml Tur
Service e usunrlmpe I in tiw lixt. line
Biettr try a, on I oard *jiwtiout-tih
Iwr-t c,.mlle-e and iup-lt ilate- tail4e
ina w soutil.

Davis & Oliver

f your bsines : :


3LOTH, Cashier
m-m ,meeem

nUjsmIw CARLit

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as=am kMtob eto NSsoma. b
so ftm O. Ma Lf t @ban&

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GALXotTo3 w

New Yofr Rk to PIa en To-
DOe' tera*** Ovin
The New York Racket have a pae
advertlemet ta th Isit of The
Sun la whle they are oeerlg mm
rare barleat to the appreelative ar-
lW publls.
Tbw hae prehema of 0 th f
Morris Co aheut $10,0 orte af
elothidm s wll make a spedal
a thMe go-s, se- M g them at g
ly reduced petees amd a temadba p
haser w i nd weal to read what
tey hav t6o yar.

tlwr r ------ J---- ----^k r -
Add from twhoe big kthg .ebb
tey wMI eb e la of their ea
stock at reded le and im wn mla
a, dUs toa4la r1-lsv toSis ea
I= of the bae events on tihe s s
tory of thecity.

Ir d two Ilt dert -esM the
bitg ead b that eems fm t a etab b

a NMo d ad W M bra l M os m
sre? Yso e areit ia N othe b
aetta u peyr Bver w ith old
Herbie. Is't t worth trylg i
the absolte ad* elotrelle 'l
get? Sol by W. M. JoImem.

If We planod tadeawy yes wmt

ifovd ti, Books, S lSaaini
Selvenl*o Sbat Pkt La

and Pkt re FRAM ....

?;, y. i

WBy having1)1 ,r sIrwe Nrtired ly t10IR-
I ti. ikN, ti' 9rat LoA kni i 1a ...-
Maker. \Wli111 ewe ,hoe in ~l i2iinutl.,
%hi iyi, oiiwait- free e.harge i inot est-
i* ifatory. foarM vie.
Shop, nuet door to l F:Lelub. W IUbtA tt




W&SVuaso0 0 FROM"
OS Me l Myou
icukd "ag am

.64W uo"616h-t &" &.#utwo

si PSgtce. AU 1 buSlaose =a
waeded 10. n n"xt oerso

Prarnetlebtoall OWes, See a"

Ofticee Over Gaievlle Ratissal
Sank. ~ainsvawlso. flarida.

"inw" meFurnieb h7 e w Ius wti ll
Work --!-= ',Ia
llewfinq : Adm:
lewIs F ~rln m iao o. GA INVILLI*
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Groceries Grain

No Order Too Large
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Finiuwet line White Sprteadlo.
-Ilv 4 ts f -is and P~l Iillowr

foruum week uy we wi
nodocos iubrad 815 latwr
- Mtressmat 8131.51.

FI-tliuin Crew Ticrk e
Edge Cae 1Wt ress at 55.45
-resw r in $51.56.ca
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firimir )--,iir Ia~e -srit a et-said have
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I! Opens June 10th at 8 a. m. and Lasts 10 Days!

r nuse0d the etire stock of High-Gade Clothing from the Phifer & Morris Company and will close
ll This enire stock of clothing comprising the celebrated Hart Schaffner & Marx brand of fine
f aifkaed aid must be sold. Never before has such a fine line of clothing been offered to the
ida smilr cicumsnces. The goods MUST be moved and MOVED AT ONCE. And
wA be ordered at this grand sale. but everything in our -tore will be at special prices. Don't fail
lll6 iy L Merchants in the country towns will do well to come to this sale and lay in
do dohna or fail at bargain prices. Everything guaranteed to be just as represented or your money will
l uded o you. We r a th de God Watch which we ie away every week.

wcli Ni Me'. Suib-.

i taontd ad very er-
wool camimmr; fancy
T hi se. $4.49

mN tb e saon to bewappeciated.
^D 't tin k it. This 5w49
en e .w$

Mmd's FIe Suits in a large that ares-
fan od fancy plaids, stripes
_Fd fe checks, abo solid colors.

in b m ian to be appreciated.
D''.t .mit. This or an

Ma's Fine Suits, Values that are
vam and goods that cannot be du-
plicat in the wholesale markets
a the price. Buy a $ O
$12.50 suit for 9

* In this lot of Men's Fine Suits

ad Pi Catest Given to Everyone Trading as Much as S10.00!

ability. Don't fail
merchandise. This
sale ..

to see this

This lot comprises the greatest
values in Men's Fine Suits, the up-
to-date kind, made by the best mak-
ers of clothing in the United States.
Every suit guaranteed to be all wool
and sewed with the best silk-all
patterns up-to-date-clothing for
the well-dressed man. 14 98
This sale .
This lot is made up of all our
finest suits. A very wide range of
models, colorings and fabrics. Hart
Schaffner & Marx All-Wool Fine
Clothing. Fine imported mill-fin-
ished worsted suitings, woven of
best Botony yarns, full London
shrunk, all fancy and solid colors,
two and three-piece suits. Any
style you could wish, and all abso-
lutely up to the minute in make,
workmanship and finish. 17 00
This sale I7/.0

we have very finely woven light-
weight Worsted Suitings, smooth-
finish twilled worsted suitings, woven
through and through, well shrunk
and in the popular new shades and
plaids. In the purchase of one of
these suits you save as much O
as you spend. This sale UUU
The greatest line of Men's Suits
ever offered-each one worth dou-
ble what we ask at this sale. All
sizes, 33 to 44-both two and
three-piece suits. No disappoint-
ments. You will be amazed at the
value in this line of fine $10 N 9
suits. This sale Y I UUU

Men's Fine High Grade All-
Wool Suits, made up in the very
latest styles, two and three-button
sacks, with fancy cuff sleeves and
cuff bottoms, all the latest styles;
silk and wool-mixed materials that
surpass anything in beauty and dur-

N4It 01)1Y Will WV m11 ( 'ltliiiig at m greimt '.erifice,k itat E \ .ryrl 't g L: ha, 1 a l111011441, k ltIIlt I fI i'H .
PAM'c 01) Dry (mtmlu, iNotions, iShow.,, I ati.' 1iuraittir. NLittiaug aeid:Iilt' 1,4 tPa
but mine31 to thaim rem ea nd lov cmli. 4a 1 E%*vr.NI I i igml4.t. I itg t IgiI! -AI 9 't11"e11-e l t4 1') tp -1 'L" Is I, lo t. I I e! Ii' V u
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NEW YORK RACKET, PHIFER BROS., East Side Square, Gai~nesville, Fla.


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The Time Has Not Ben DOeignated,
But Will Be Named By
tefnewall Camp.

In chronicling th,' ilroce the laot day's meettinl i the- S&cond
Brigade. Florida I i lilloi. United
Conlfederatr Veteranl.. Th,- Ocala
Ilanner of Frida) ta)bs:
The commander suglg-sted that It
would be In order to ds.-ignate the.
next time and place for huiding tlhe
nelt re-union of the brigade.
"Commander llitch of the- 8tonewAill
Camp stated that the time and place
for holdlig the annual reunion had
always been left to the general com-
mandlin and hs staff.
"Comrade Jackson of the Stone-
wall Camp, In a ahort but pointed ad-
dress, extended an Invitation to meet
it the city of Galnei ille.
"Comrade Wilson of lverness
moved that the division accept the
l*vitation to meet In Ganesville. and
the Stonewall Camp to ax the time
o( ameetUn, sugestlin that the time
be set at a season of the year when
the wether is neither too hot nor
too cold.
"Co.rade Payne, In the most
spirited and vigorous speech of the
sssio, advocated that the time be
xSed for the hottest day la July, re-
arking that the old soldiera who
had touht the great battles of the
war ln the hottest kind of weather
ought not to dread a little hot weath-
er at these annual reunions. Com-
rade Payne then passed on to a pa-
negyric of the old soldier, and poured
forth such a limpid flow of elo-
quence that the commanding officer
officially designated him the Demos-
themne of the brigade division.
"As some of the members seemed
confused as to the counties that com-
posed the Second Brigade. General
Long enumerated them. towit: Ilaker.
Bradford. Suwannee. Alachua. Colum-
bia. Nassau, Dural. St. Johns. Put.
nam. Levy, Citrus. Hernando. Marion.
Hamilton. Sumter. Pasco.
"After a great deal of dlicu.uion
the following resolution was aia..-,.d
Resolved. That tha. next in.eting
of the Second Itrigade- Iw held In the.
city of Gainesvlle. aind that StoiR-
wall Camp name the linr.- of m eet-
If rou art not a tikflod aftlr in-uig
according it' directions two-thirds ol
a otiotlet of ('haitlbrilaln's Stomach and
l.i\-r Tabhlet. you can ha'.,< your
aion. '\ Lack. Th' tlaIl-tr.s ('l.;atlii aind
iti\igKr.ia, then- stona(ch. liiujrol\ e tht.
dige-tsti: n regulate the htww l.. (;i i\.

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all einuugi-4t>t

A S::ong Reason.
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bar-ih ~, r l.
"telat ii.e yo, I| I l riulin l.
**.No i ecule u-If Iil1e'en. I'
the frst law tof tiature." Wux'hin,-ttoi

Everyone would be tuwnet-ted by
taking Foley's Ortno Ialati e' for con-
r-tilatlion. stiotlih and li~er treull .
a,. it sweetens the itlornach and
,lvath. gently stiuulautl' the. Ili. ranid

r)utilatesl the btoWue'l and is
I. rior to I',ll and ordinary
\\'h\ not tr\ Fl ''s Oriino
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By Lydia E.Pinkham's

Vegetable Compound
Gardlner, Malae.-" I have been a
great suffer from organic troubles
and a errre female
w.akmne. The
doctor mld I would
have to go to the
hospital for an
operatlo but I
could not bear to
think of It Ide-
clsed to try Lydia
I. Plankbm's Veg
stable Con
and atrnsve Uh
and was entirely
cured after three
sttuh' se of the.-Mm. A.
WIIUAxa F R A. F No. 14, Bes
Gdiaer. Me*.
No womam iboud sbmt to a o
Ial _o ortt wltel layM--f&.-
wo ersio -e
11 le llv I. Maliami
yfrom rooe sW hrbs a fir tial.
Tts tamons mdinetd for woms
has for tUrty p = rov to ha t he
emt valahbe se ad Leewe o
the felato orpaia Womss rE
tLw t &lost ntWlr cty ad town i
thM Unit" stab"ar W ;= Uott.
moTm to tbe voeder TlVti orLytia
B. Paiam's Ve tabl Comipemn
It Ouw em llaad ecrat rd6-
ant, buoysrt i eMalt U
an l, for r W o wnahe as u U
those y loe, gtv It a trial

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Held lateresing Moeting at Home
f Mum. W. N. Wloeen
The last meeting of the Twentieth
Century Club was held at the beauti-
ful home of Mrs. W. N. Wilso. Mrs.
F. D. Warner as hostess
This being the time for the election
of oAcers for the coming year. there
was no literary program.
After the usual busiluess of the
hour had been transacted. the club
proceeded to the election of officers.
with the following result:
President. Mrs. J. M Taylor; First
Vice-Presldent. Mrs J I. Medlln.
Second Vice-President. Mrs J D.
Strtingfillm Third Vice- i'resid lit.
Mr.G. P'. .Morris; (Corresp.iMdinig
S-cretary, Mrs W. II Ta. lor; R-cord-
iin S.'cre-tary. Mr.. M. .Gross.
.Mrs (;ro,,. has hl.ii -lt(-'lt'd to .uc'
cr- d her-* If for the- Ia-t three .;i-.l
and so faithftil aitdl *ffirie t ilhas. shi
pro\ n that it ,.,uld(l liidtc d ti. hard
to ind aiilo tiv to um.e-c-d hr.
tl lill ll .lcl.lllr It0 nll(' <'lt hr.T
During th,.' ..I c t.al hlio r. s'I I itll h
l*ijo.l *~I l, r the cliu' I M r.- \'ta ii r. ;--
siat.,l ht. \0r:il tri.inld-. -, r~id liiun -?
d<.lii( ni r,-fro-hlii iistt thus li rliitiiK
i'ar h ,, i n llll l thte l r -t pr,, fll lle,
%a we ll a ai l.ll ,ve varn ith.- < cl l'
'1:1- Me r klinwii. a.d with th <>Offi *Mrt
chios- it ito p |.re-id aa- o > r iU ti l -tiii< -
forn th (o nling ar n >'i gri .t- 1
thitiags ni y I t1<- lio.i jt*il'llit a n il a I h>
COlil niul (l l lA 'U( *tl.s iof th." ,lu ;f(1 i.- .! *

Stomach Troubles.
Mlanl re-markable, cures of htomlllch
tr(io le-. hla.- ben'n effTee'tei d by Chaiui-
Ierlaiii'j Stomlachll and LiA\4 r Tabl.ets
On)- iiiiL eho had spanlit o.er two
Sha aii nd dolllar. for nli'lnwi ii,' ualid
i it .nliiwil wa cureld to a I f-w boxI r
oif ti'w.-.' lallt- lrice,-. .' r li
S.; i.j!le. fre.- :it aill iJnidr : lur. -v

A Doubtful Outlook.
A ovl'i;aln III ijdtlit dittre. 5%n'4
I*ti"',l L; hiar t.*,r
"'\ 'lhait s t whe iiltter. Mrsi. IBre i''

"a> li. I il i' tI : ,< :i >t t ., I .' 'I
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Eddins Manufacturing Company Se
cures the Contralt and Will
Start Work at arty Date.

The lddins Manufactuiring ('onm
i'any have cured the contract for
the erection of the Tucker building
to he' located on Iast 'nlon (tre-vt.
and will begin work as mon as the'
material can be secured.
These store rooms. which will
be located on the corner and run east
to the Pedrick building. have been
contemplated by Mrs. Lois Tucker
for the past several months, but she
was waiting until she was satafled
as to the rental of them before
awarding the contract.
They will be contracted of brick
sad ford a eoeelleat location for
the aerchuats who have already en-
gaged them, beside It will greatly
Improve the business alonm this al-
ready popuar thoronfare.
Beside this buldti. which bi
to be bult at oaea. re wlU prob-
ably be other store bkldigs erected
on the Plckett, Pldm ad Jeords
lots, etar the Oevrnment beillnd
during the coming aumer. which
shows tht te peopl of Galaesvlle
have great aith In the future of te
To avoid erlna reslts take
roley's Kidney Remedy at the rsat
sign of kidney or bladder disorder
such as backache, urtary Itrenlari-
tines exhaustion, a you will monbe
well. Commence taking Foeys I Kb-
ney Remedy today. J. W. McCollmh
A Cey Maiden.
A girl played postolice at a party
and yelled and shrieked and bowled
and ran behind the door and scratched
the young man's face In seven plces.
upiet a lamp, klkLed over the l'iel.
stool. and when be finally kissed her
on the tip of the ear she fainted dead
away andt sid she could never look
anybody in the fane again. rtily led
the lihihful. mnrlent. gentle., srohlln
creature holue. andi the ne.xt day she
ran away with a wnarri d llrhtning rol
peddler.- AlItotoa iKan Trilbune.

Lame shoulder Is almost invariably
caused by rheumatism of the muscles
and yields quickly to the free appli-
cation of Chamlwrlaln's Lniment.
This lintment is not only prompt and
effectual, but in no way disagreLeable,
to use'. Sold by all druggists.

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*\ .' in. r.- i l ti,,' l '. iell *I
had thl I 1. In I'.-cr ini il rl.;h'it In II.
head. ta,. lithe vtry ',r. t pilia e I ',,uhil
have had It."

Ir Iaat an- Ckim .
T i Y an A.."' h.
uears the
Sigatue o 01

His Secret.
Sltudernit i w ul!d y,,u advlse inw
t ,, ,, *' ***. .. a i r' ry Pr
fl.",cer- .ll I'll t,.1 )>ou how I uian
iE'd It \\ Il', I .i )' young I Ibui'ht
1t,e.1< a.rI.al i *."I lhielU. Now I (t r
rMw 1 .. i. ,I |henl. 14Ferr
titlr 1

F'l' v's li 1:r'' and Tar is e"I. Lt.ill.
re.'(lliilii, ided for (ironic th Iroat and
lli I trnoble',. nlit i in)'my utulItri froni
l-rani' l:i-, ai thii..t and conaiumptli'a i
ha\ founilUd (owi,If-. 11 and l rlef, )by u
Inii F'.l-) r Hi, id Tar lJ. W
Cullun & (Co

Took Her at Her Word.
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We vant to show you In this short, but honest md r -mnoaL i-k,
how and why S. S.S. cures Old Sores. We do not claim tit S.
works wonders, but we do know t will cure sores and ucers d li
record of forty years past abundantly jusiies this coidence
Any old ore shows an unhealthy and impure condMos of I
blood. It I a dieased condition of te flesh at tua prlctdlr pol,
caused and kept inflamed and Irritated by a conatial decTdw- to
t of unhealthy matter fom the circulation. In varomus was te lod
becomes contaminated and
polluted. A long pelofl kv- M I-N- a nMAN0
er, or olter sickness, br ieeds *u ll I
disease germs in tne system; on MW66u8
Ode Mluure, nature's eil- a0 ga
naliv members to remove t d
waft odW 19i s arIS Osf m
bodyy, o excei sof
ahlerah In cert in disease
Inkcd wWoud bbU nd

ftn---- th- blodw rilk I l
Mbd Ia sad M rl hi
-oo r- o r amuia- ths
Snee Mby a = orr d
wona r5hsss- thoheul MAW

dero o r!-y iOir f lo
wlicit d)ft% MAS PM BV

becanI ) Ioes so rpach 0o n i d
blood. The placeWUr lda ml W

iwhilchan bl IIn tood, ad M
oitin CoI do te ,Yr d w

8nd. S. S. cufe oi lora by v r anxioyr anud by a old a fm

Sbbecomrig bu u Ia erL
bMood and now fhid oBesh
witharidt, beaLth drMlman s9M taw the plo a s oe ifb
own accord.

aer. Ita g down ial e dw odmi ot Ia.
0poou bm, and l a ouishingth ue* vI ,IA5 M
gw ma healnaally andprmnsady. USal o an
cure, ba, bet Intha d e a I bood pulses, b 1
botom and by rebuldingbfrkes lw "i and aid lb"Mg-
healing qualitiesso the cL rc lom, e s th % uh wdo km
healthy flesh, while i steadily bat wdy u u., oa9 u 0 ad e
a permanent cure. Thsore cannot mrema whm a bod
and S. S. Swil doroughly purity O 10 bood. Dok SrW m
Ulcers and any medical advke kee eto al hs Lowrts
S. S. S. s for ule at drugl orea.
THX 8vxro mlICiC O lilll A

The Bread, Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutritious. The
ineit Sour, mixed with pusl
rich milk and baked a the
"purity fashion.' make out
goods the most delicious It ia
possible to produce.
Phone 1. R. T. Schafer, rPn9


Aniitoli1,,I il, Ieav\- Mil!er .l VIl, al'l daily
,rcn-lt u'ihlliy at 1o: a. w. Ui.letufril.
lte\- o N s lwrry at -' O.' p. A ('.N-

Fare $1.50

< f course you wouldn't like to
tilil after you have ui&idem-
lIly improved a puce of Real
Estate that tler title of samr
ii not clear l Be uro dien to
have u.s make an abstract of
the pro pective putclua be-
fore yoll invelt.
I)on't buy in the dark-
have us iake an abatrawt and
know what you're buying.

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