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 8, 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: VID01691
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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VoL.. XXVI. NO). li




edlie's m der Was Adjvelad WLy Sr
Mtr kIer Was AVDf4y PuRc.

TAIl AH BlirIE, June
to the lmb of a majestic

7.--8trung that It might result
oak. within gallows of him. the

teo yard of the gallows upon which
be was to be legally executed next
Friday. and almost beneath the
ahadow of the dome of Florida's capi-
otl, Mick Morris, the negro convicted
to the murder of Sheriff Lang ton.
gave up hib life to an armed and de-
tarmined mob of ffteen men Sunday
morning at 3 o'clock.
Carefully Planne.
The afair was well planned, and
was over In les than ten minutes
fror the time when Jailer Grey. sad-
dely srprised, was overpowere and
locked In the iron-cage hall contain-
ing the cells.
As the negro was given as prompt
a trial as Governor Gilchrist could se-
cure for him, and as he had stated
to a committee of citizens that the
megro's sentence would certainly not
be commuted, the lynching Is regard-
ed by some as a direct insult to the
State's chief executive.

in cheating the
mob secretly or-

Governor Gilchrist will take no ac
tion until tomorrow. He will probably
delve into it deeply.
The coroner's jury today examined
other prisoners and many witnesses,
but could not find a single clue. At
3 o'clock. when the moon was shining
brightly. Jailer Grey was awakened.
and supposing a prisoner was being
brought In, stepped out to open the
jail yard gate. He was confronted by
over a dozen masked men, armed with
rifes. He was overpowered and lock-
ed up and Morris secured.
Feught Like Tiger.
The negro did not beg for mercy.
but fought like a tiger from the mo-
ment his cell was entered.
He was clubbed out In the yard to
keep him quiet, and physicians state
that thin caused his death before the'
noose circled his throat. He was then
sinrng up.

The gallows was already und r cmn The mob came to the jail In hug-
struction and the ne-gro sas to )w l is and hurriedly left. There was

bhm,.m. du Vw4ia'

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Mayor Cavis Gave Him 025 and Costs
or Sixty Day en the
City Stroft.

larthal Arnow had rather a narrow
escale on Sunday evening while ar
resting one Irvine Anderan. a noero
carpenter., ho aas of tte opinion
that he could master the marshal.
The negro was drunk i Prog Alley
and the marshal lastreeted him to go
home sad behave himself. when the
Impudent man stated that he would
do as he pleased and that no white
man could arrest him. using very vile
language toward the offer.
Marshal Arnow at once went for
him. iut Anderson betin twice his size
and a good man physically, struck at
him. finEtitn some brulaea besides
sinking his teeth to the ofeer's
right arm. I. which We beld his pistol.
They were on the trourd where the
officer had him securely so he could
do nothing. when be caned to a by-
stander to assist him or be would
be compelled to shoot the negro.
Mayor Davis dressed the would-be
bully ofl Monday morning with $2.
and costs or sixty days on the streets.
Will Keith, a negro who is known
to work little, was let off with $3.2;
-..& ali-aw.j_-v.. A..&

--is n r i n I I Pi no no se *.liu i i&.I |Blsws, lllU. n lUor aisoruerrly conduct.
A rumor which was about town Sat- disorder. No race feeling has been
urdy was to the effect that the ne- stirred up. there being as many e- guest of his sister. Mrs. Coleman.
gro had gone Inailse. groes as white among the curious Miss Ruby Thrasher, the accomp-
Pearing that It was but a rub. and rigchtscera yesterday. lished daughter of Mr. and Mrs J.
a Thrasher. has returned front Lake
DISTRICT CONFERENCE. elxpretled themselves as highly pleas- City. where she attended school.
e-d with Micanopy and her noble cltl- Little Mins Anna Laurie Purdy in
Wct With the Micanopy Methodist rsns. here from Iakeland i.-iting friends
Church Curing Last Week. Luclus Enerson. the studious son fur a few da)-.
MICANOPY. June 7 Th.- T;alines'. Mrs. A. H. Emeri n.i. has returned .1|ln I.illaian I'aukilhlt has return
S1'- l'i ric t'tcii. r.iil, it th ..\t,.ilhe) home from St. Auga tiue., here hlt t- iroui Stl.-t-'u Itl et.ri-ity. where
di t Epiais-ol : t c('1 r.h. iout h. w i "I, .at' e id d a'-eho l. -he :ellatt n!.. clh l du ing the past
a-* ifol hetre la.-t wce.-k. {He\ i.t.. n .r'.- .1. (;. Smith iof WVa hota A;. te rmn.
of Ocala pre-ac.(!d tl,. <' :nitiK ''er the uMI;- t of It,- S it ('hitt for la .1 Mi' PAulii-. 'h l' ,Peac i:- the- ci()
m, ni on Wedn ,.-da.y ', iua' few c.' ia- l- w i.k for a f aI dia
The C'onfer.-iae ,- i it Il t,or Iln-i. .P Nir. ;itdNl MI .1I lli<.ck-or of 4 lAk. Mi... Slli.- ('arl,,>. eo r lp pular as
Tf.ursday rna nor i liug uh I T .1 ,1.l.d *r.. h r. r for A. '1:\. i- l iu'.-it is lnst J'e.-.a1' -i. n il .la ksonaill.
of e,,t-r i 11Cal (h,- Ii I, h It.
N ix o n p re siinlgacK vilc .l r. ieiu i ( ,: he lIlt. a t .at ii. a .i.eie D ill ar dl te a ,t afte-r hilch thie routin-l' whrk A'.v- I.!k 1. .'= '. rt :;' 1 -S, 1h I. h u.'--
-t li p. the- pla-torr. re-...r aii ii lI.- < ih a- aam, ll il-h *, I ,l.i ,chit.tr o lrt M r u d i.h i L -
ditlit, of their cchurt'ch 'r- .1 G S aith ( of 1lo a. ithooi w.i i.- a,, i .- 'i hi-
Ia'Itl Mr- Ailr i 'ae Knox
I r J '. llhurl .. ,.r,.->id.l. t tt -i i.- lt .mI ,. Ma i' ( tu .l.drinrla I.hr,'l. % .N al &till a-ii, I. M iss Hiat
Sut .lrl:at l ('c,1l. I- .ri z l :. a r,. i1.. !,: -t A i k i
Intor rb ting se'r >a c,,i t o a large tl(e lt W ill (' *a l'!i illi i (' a i at l -t r M l I.
$t(e. thiai Iteik
sI'n :y Im' n iill i Ir l ie'. o .M I ( lto.-th. sire-r in town on Ti- i C l -lle.f O ti- laf
Thil* seliKM In-u'lh- of tlhi- Inh '' !K:n* +
Eighty or iiore' de I'.g;i. ai Thurp-d.i 1
it ba Ill ,on last Thlr.- prectrhers were lin alttei,.lli; i and all I- <;Ga' of H t Ili.htoriil I- lIn r ith hal ilast T .-ila i
\\., reatll1 'allje, ,fI. b\ those- sho at-
I i. adeld Thei \'oltz ()rrchestrA. of
Husband's eroc ,.e llt furid iEff t Iaui

Husband' s Heroic Effort DONCGAN-GEIGER..

To Save His Wife's Life

Louis Cohen of Iuffalo saw hib. )oulng
wife leap into the swirltri ri'\r Ie.
teen second and third SiAltr I-lands
at o'clock Sunda) aft'rslcoos ou1l I1*F0
Ifet a '.\v thet brink of ith.i ci.t.irail
Without a molln-nt'lli lIe i a Iea hi '
IluLKced in anad .-truK lleid I, t l' I 'r
Ihte prouably die-d II hli ainl l- li'
feI his. v tes ill ( iulil Il it il c Ti 1 at
l-Ii as hour lJ.id 1a-n. cI >itl aK .1 I
(of whbch (Co li Iw.' II.,k i, Ir.i.t.l
atte jitl sl to re.a( t i i h '. !, 'I I <
re nt at tlli i etn1i I, .itll n -11Ih l' -
tIan L ,o r Hlut IortfllsI Ii ,l I l i.n1
W r hli se. a t ille *tI4 I I l." *. t gi 1
I1, I' ltl if l.aaI i *i .\1
Ire. "(utlaic .iel ,ia lt i- I, +I A rl
s IL;. IL 0 1 liIa I '
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W\A.I). Jull.e --ois. of the most
charniilnag June m eddlliig. occurred IL
itr- M E chule h .11 Juilc let at 3:3-.
o cilm k
The br!de-. lS Is. ll.- (;-GeieTr, looked

his own oi0 i hsI sIfe-' waist The two a dre-amr of shiale i Iia r muerceriaed
acre, Ielrltl fee-t from shore- and It cilk. triuniucd iL broad satin bretelles.
wlas difflliul to make a good cast which t-re, fa'rl-alcd slth large ro-
('uha.t had tI-en unable to kee-lp lhii. r-,- at ith' se'-uil, prtl -a laitl line.
sif'e, factr al o(. wattre allad extlde-e-d to the- imiranisl o, Ithle. sof
Ouc'. Cohbu Lhd hold of the role- fold- ,of hir -kinl lrt 5 wc,re- a tnauti-
tilli- uan-i on sIhor,- l tegat to pull. ful Shilt hat mlade. of *il'er siraw.
WI \' e'h n witthin flfteenll fi-.t (Of the' slhl re 'Ia aii. s i ii lieih (of tbhe, all. I
0C',ln t l0th hr. grnp o1 h l if'. h df ..rIan, l (the- h S 1n .1i1 .1trI.- ci4h e- r satll

h\Vh, ll ('cohea' K', *hi -hir. I, .,d tI hilhK the tbridl, hL.aclll r 141 .
I..,! -i, .k ti ,l I. S i l llU ,' II < I' '. l .I1 l,.a4a.l-i ,a I.. II otf ei 11 .
a, td- A' r h, In. out l i th ..i Ie .. f..'.' i..l I. .. '' i'1h is .
S, d a| l h, St ... il. 4 1 li, d .K I:.g i o .tlli I. I f hlie' al
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'Was bigg4 SIMmterb fia WHD Ik

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80MERVILL. Mass. June 7.-
With a maniacal shriek John Murphy
turned trua pig stlcking to man kill-
ing in the North Packlag and Pro-
vision Company's slaughter houe
Saturday and driving his fellow work-
men before him slew lve of them and
wounded four others. Two of th
wounded were reported later as dying.
The dead:
Hubert Smith. eoired. Cambridge.
James Catre, colored. Cambridge.
Thomas Janicus, Bomervile.
Michael Janicus. Somervlle.
I'nldentlled white man.
The wounded: Dr. Daniel C. Hayes.
Government Inspetcor of Waltham;
John Cbhevens. Cambridge; John
Patterson. Somerville. Hayes and
Janlcus were fearfully slahed. Ac-
cording to some of the workmen.
Murphy had been acting peculiarly
for some days. but be returned from
his dinanr at noon apparently In
normal condition.
bSortly after 2 o'clock he suddenly
uttered a blood-curdling scream and
blprang at Dr. Hayez. waving his fif-
teen-inch rsor-edge knife ln his

oleanders and magolias, and sau
ended from the center hung a large
white lily. under which the bride and
groom stood. Inder each side arch.
iecorated in white and pink cut flow
er'i. stood the maid of honor and the

tLet main.
The I... \.a&4 bedded in a pyra-
mid ol I lue hIydrangcas. Miss HIckk.
.'.to pIn:d 1l the weddisnl search. was
dr'. e-i in ak) lue silk. Jurt before
lie I i.,::l! Ip nro entertr d Miss Pool,.
sang. "O 'rili-ke Me'" BShe *as al
i sed ita .a lik l Imiscage' ith a touch
,f bilet on ie t r tIrrock Inlmmediately al-
te,.r the- smolo Rev T .1.. Z Itarr avi
ushered in TheB ushers. MeN.rp.
: \'ance Winter and Ho)I I Simsm.
; :.d ;a hilti carlt-d downi the' al.le'.
'Th,- bridal Iarty entered Ireceded
I,\ tIh' rii0,tai ca:rrietrs. Park Winter
!,d Au.lrr. ('n1e-., who carried a large

hand. He cut Dr. Hays a dIeep ah
on the neck. stabbed bi ver h
heart and practically d-ise teel
him. Th terrf W i wwerolme s
for the door, but Murphy re aftar
them sioahl right sad lL ~ ery
man whom he tb u wesm t dw w0b
a gron. Te crowd plam d nm
stairs with Murphy after the and at
ovry ding uet emeOb1r. On
the second lor o o thf werk a.
an Italuan. Nsemd a hvy bar of Im
and felled Murphy. bMt he we qaek-
ty on his feet agaia and wuesoed
another man.
On the street he was gies meter
heavy blow o the head nd b ki
was wrenched from his hl. TW
polee oaikers to to sei e

fearful testing and iamly evrp*W
ered and taketo the o pe0 e sati
Murphy is 50 years oldW, weg S
pounds and was regarded as w
the atrtgeet mens n the ipnt. He i
married and iv es la omerva.
t was reported later t th1 l -W
very little hope t Dr. ay e Or
Cheeveus surviving.

am. Mr. Jeb Ammbrse met e
bride at the lr.
The gifts to the bridal pair wee
u meros an n esly. Ts S wee
thirty-nine plece of eat gnl, eity
plecces of lien. eme budred pees
of fine chibl. I eluding a Japame
dinner a.L a iuall t lof dhlamW
consisting of knives, fterm a-d e
sets of spoons, seven tee od turts
and spoons, a bandsom certain MiC
bewilde silver nut howl nd enke pkte.
bredd tray. etc. There were thTe
hundred and fifty present In all
We hope their life will be as full d
KaMod things as their bridal days have
i,cn. They departed on the after-
(,,:)n train for otints I Indiana.
S' ru t!.cy sill %IUit relatives of the
P.r ,nm and take Io Chicao. India-
napolls and other cities, making a
tour of two weeks. and will return

bunch of while sat i ribbon, white to llve in Waldo. Oe of the larut
naI pink flowers knotted at every few rou duo at the church and at the trai
Iln.I. IPollowing thlte seere the e.e.r .en on a similar occasla show-
fldocr girl.-. Manale l ou Tilllr and ed the popularity of the yers people.
\Il tie Krallt'er. maaking a very pretty
l.':ture Iln their white tenii',oidtr?. rTie biblt I iwerWl ada thI
lit" app l to you to ese that w kO e
The brie.- rnte ti#- i*siad of honr. MIWs li'ssle Gra- a"g p-&Oe*
hamt. hbo carried Ihe white satin
prayer book. e%-ry gracefully handing Keep ywr eye 0a the wat i a
it to the ev Itarr. The croom. Mr. There ray ke mnmhs t advrtlnd
Kd. IDonegan. accompanied by hin be t whLie Is of Isteret to

Veteran Newspaper Man

Dies at Age of 81 Years

IHII.4li.'IIIA ll Juts. 7 Cul I 'ainsylvanla delegates should break
Aleiandi.r K M.('lurre. ,routheinetar) .isa>) fromn Mlumio Camerol of Petln-
o.f tl i* -ui.r, Il-. .lad aujle'rlor courts of Ialjiatl anld uote for Unculnu 'ht
S'.li .ltl;i ii.soi for alnll \c.'trr a dIo* a done and lUnaola's same slam-
S.0.1in l li.t 'ir. III ."J .n'"- ;:*'.h )" *. |d lthec- >onlentlia. letformed close
Ia ia'lrli d .l ~ sii.1. i It I .i rlat ion,," ilth Presidentl L aol aad
\\ allinhll.l Ik laUire.- ,un l a'g1 lie cabinet, and took a prosaint t
I ,'a I- I art in atltnal iMolitic
i .1 I 'ir. 1. i- 1I,. s11 iffr. rltl ( 'ol McC'lure came to Philade-lphia
f 01 t ol 0 1 -' t* I,* I I' -:', < 1. i.. i, ltla f ia \ A-tMr ago. here for
S I .. r 4il f ill' I ,( rli II P rr i ,t.ii,- hh pral-tl .-Id law In 1473i be

je I". '..i t jib% 14111. Al l,, ,ice gae I I I eA 1 i- ros dc-ri ete' for ta yor of
IrsI c&. I I a ii'. I ae ctestet.
J1, it '.'Mttc c' i wgIJ L ble l hL L.L
*1.i 10.0.0 1 .t- I I 'ili a iad firl yearot
'A I I Ii1 %1- 1.416 1. ai It-16.1cc l ed ci e iturtal pe- a
A4 4 ),j,,- LeeJA I ( 14 gt I %at -el ligti.. al f aas 1
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-so ,the dof esest a"d the
o 41 Me r hadutes ere well
W d ATlm Ychave workd dill
*is etoag a bsoe triekets and
t oMseab have reeimded to te
ti Mhip the. ,estall club.
am h 1e be wrked hard Law

tnA is Ms d but wh at thI, crowds
0 heM an the asa week.
e agdevIse AMt they easagaed by

ase W e"rW wAeSed inbi
t,. Me was mhi Ms ebt. sad his
eWt y@s Ag a Wa sere that he
un 1,, 0saareo audlene. Hils
Sagd haeria. was Illy enjoyed.
4 uwm bhe left lthe sage the word
diM on e dbo d I"Well, ti
is Vw tlNe mar bmas"he h
eGalttased have asked. Lvaem Is
-s to mslbe of d reds hera
he ssus wer eaeeptloalr y
pd, adi lhe.sbal retese of the
S"MAtlse 1.egues wetre ladly
New at will be larInduced all

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WWer W leo S ew
Vewer Mislis hy will 'u ob rv
ed I tlh W. C T I'. Wednesday.
Je Kth. All ladle of the W C' T
V. ad theIr frido are reqewted tou
4d lewor to lbe reading ruums of
SIo UmI Wedseeday *mor-s. l
abe wr e-mnmie will l take charge
f the we MRS O. b. BAILTY.
O N airma lewor. Mi elos.

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almMk bees, lm. eter. Itch., ives,
bePsea s les -Doas m's tom At
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Ice (ream reeze 9 Isu" h a r" .ta SM b1 *all
drm ga4.s
G d- s J so Ruf Floral Ct"i rCturwd
to s b yesterday afttr harlav
L Cwr sle spent the -a two days t the city
vSp Ust i eI brek ihr. L T RoUL He
Sis gaged i the phuohte best-
ke P1ks at tht pt. bet has abMot
prk -e a swls to the vry lo7
ole SfI-mw ,jrip fr th M
T ere are m uy ialtatioms of D
cGu S*o a Wmt's CarWtIo WtrIL HassM I hre
S--De WOt's twi MLBe Sre
M s o mrk s*t D*W *a Clsa ei Witb
He l Ilv vi hm yes ask for It it
som 3my -r fu ol d,< is en dufIr cs, bmras and bruLb.

u M -A I din emiso the adtr. Sa
mmW^^tl O/$^e.^b a -ufam- --.- ---

7--- I s Isrem of t a
CL sar bwclimaldyo
m& never at Got- as

a Is a embr the seaor
cldWm ad w be amang the re-
,,i,-U ,u i a ehs oy .
82 0 e Yo n man
mw b bis O llto sM Tu flmds predict
wI arm s er him in his chose
Sa. tfteseb l H. r. sit, the etio formal of
bumL ww_ Ml>**g t^ visor to the 8. A. L.. received the sad news

I1. LJ. CI -. dd O vUle GtorGi. eW aeW o other meuac
Slmsto to a sAr while hr veA we ei came slasiataeously saabsoe
Inwlb l sam lta the wertkosm Ule of hbis bother
IL W Me aid N tt Ie ur r at Klasiame. He was es route t,
rV t to the c ly aI mlght fro a Jacksonvill to et ompany his wife to
I eft VS to Jkeei-ille. Oeordi at the time. but bth me'-
J. T. Mnmes ot Clark, agent for a** were forwarded from hebr and
lh A C. L at tht poat, was mg 'be returned to tak bhis departure for
th vla lhere yesterday. the aothern city to bte ipr,-t with
P J.Mmed. a etive mereb- his mother.
I or'alt rsB, wasu amo the Sometimes you may be told that
viitors the city yNtrday. there are other things juit as good
Mrs. H. P. Spume of Arreldndo is as D[ )-Wt Kidn,-y vud lbladdr PHll,
a the city, a' geest of the family of That's nott o Nothing mad- 1k a-
W. Tison, Southb L'iverLity trore-.t. good as LIA-Witt Kidn-ey and illaddJ.-
C. P. Brewer. the contractor. ha. Plls for a-L) si; *ut. (f th. kidsn*
and bladder. a lch alma-.- r~r t 1:.
recur@4d from a short vLit to Will is- b alka:h rh "t
tom. where he went to ee his father aIn barhtk. baakti h. rh.ur..a .d
palfi. rhpiuwiatitrii L.d urJiiar:. di-
A. P. lturky, president of the T ord A trial of W KIa.
& J rallsay aith h-r .4,.artra and 1: 1sdd.r il i ff Orcas. Ls aaoae tIe %aisltors to Ga1inu1. -
l. your uan.e t Io l. I-\tt & t'o
Miss Bestae Dupree hasb returned C'hi aro for a fr,. trial bdx. Th.
.rf m A |-..a.. ..1.... ( i. tf a few da s -.. IA S r a .1 ....

litb friends and rl.atleru lI Jal till..
A M. ('uhstat ilh, IS ir:llm.
agent. bha a new a4dv'Te.r a*l-rrns thin
morning :la h mitnli I,-* of Ilti-r(l*a
to all.
Louis Kal)fl**d. mahaxg r of th,*
opera house. arrived an tbhe city ).-st.-r
day to be present at the op.-nisig of
tbh bmeWball Ib.lt wee-k.
C(ha. Stlaghter of Mlkanoip, hbo
is manmag t the urpoiDilne plant at
that iplae. was meeting his numnrousu
frt*ds ln the city yste-rday.
W C Hague and E A. Ost.-u. to
of *h1rti Iammiy. apoular d-lU(l-s.
arrived Is tbh city yesterday y to asi
slat bilu durlii (he prea,.IHnt i.a o, lila
4of eftamrt
Mr. and Mrs H. It. Pbrfl r anld hill
dream of H hlab Npruigs. bho ha te bwe-u
visitla In Mlcanrtopy, werr in the clty
yrlterday fur a short abll i asI route
to Ihrlir bonim
AI-& Ta) lr Iof l iia1Illa i tis airls al'I
Isi r I i '|e l) ) l*'lstr A) foIr IOw piirplji*w .
i( aI a u llpi| Ia ll? a thI (ia ialdrlAd 10 t
ilat* a"lm a 0 lilalll* l. 1 a file h I I' .i0 t 1 I
Iiear Jai k L ii ('uu Cu's l of T) lar i0.' ,of the
promllue t call z i'.e s if llitl IalI ,*. a
tramu-atslu l usluss, Ils lhe, a lls ) t *( r
da) IIIe s1ilsi u\ier lor Ilth puli,,x,"
If ettlllul Ils tlier mltralihtlnad ul,
(' I) Wood. ans e*teul.t U nlcr hasil
of Areher. as Int tbh city yesterday>

aro w !d nh -r* Ir> ai ur';l r :;'-t


Capt. J. W. Bland'ng Out With H.-
Bunch of Men Last Night.
('C l, J \\ I.;.indliK off it.. I;all..
;.1!I- Gu;.ird% Aas out for th. la-I 'r i
i ,e drill .f hII lirs.n Mli J iii
Sf as. sl.t r lJa .lartur- for ('a:
i all. .* I. cti t i o tlak. t I.
th.tn tifl. l.i, j i ith hlin., but it r !',
of ritiudliaigK ii1i foprtfl fl#, alli,.h \\.
1\ a ,%ra credalitlable -hiwlnivi t*
th#- l'nlvr li> Clily
The- tba,)- lll I a a today on th,
early (' mast li Ii train for thlir ni a
raUllnglll routnla., a hp'-lecl car ha\
IasK b-*' I n *t o f h f rt laitI lilit for
lhair ra pili u

A Vital Point
Theb. Iilmost dllhate plart of a Iili
li It m h I- :E\,Ijy allit lit that
it ,uffaTrs lthh attack the bo am.! al
s SaIll aJ.l ig,' rilli I l ts t I -*- ti* lif
itf 11 li. If.ilit l '4 :, ItaIt V lElid r
a 414 f diarrhea a. di ) a* Iltt r)' anti ull
il* ranuKi a lii ii Iof It lhI*e s t li tll h oI t
IM.wlh. ohld by W. I. Johnson.

As advertisingl nds the best market
lor e verythbll else. shy Bot for your
persomal NrvlteT
Let a want ad negotlate a trade
for you-of sometbhls you do t and
or somethlag you do.

16 e has )rIre' hbad rewrwi.4 a
hwade beb e ate" buIdi g ewar
ib ooum. aw it be*', L,
Friemmw of Mrs gi JS~ llt
eto inrs taui b. Is ais**ri
sr a bruk-' .tar tb. res"lt o1
foa caua4 Irgo crarl. t.gbhr "v1
Is ta.w dour I&&- atm 1a~'tg 8...

ft I?13V* 5.! It '.# A C 1.
at Xaeaaoyi S"L h '.'aSt
'be d' H. Uir smin~'j:.-d o re as
a wtDrs t..f'. the e:r'-uC crinz
mW wtO ites" ss-d t 19 it

Wee 6o ?0 9 k.i, at as' ',b.f 1
that s a so vd g( as twk*W I,
Earli iert. tl' ,.far-sus lt' Irk-
$15- all. v-stLe. plema.at arid *Iuro-

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


G. S. Xerec


t& Co.

iosawu iMd 40866 on

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grmae, Gcarde $.4 aqd Frtllsm
eaM martkft apre pa r Chlne aie d o Praw PIe.

a omma uscs at af Huam 0"ts Vi. lam. aeCosman
iN Meal ad tRye We handle only the Vry ter po
at t Prieem, mad sarmlee sUL ml sa&.

--- F. B. MYERS, Mansgr--

ktan't 1I iN,irkll, for none arn
BU, good ap thi.


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Fire, Life and Accident

I rn & a rlet'l.fl h


Your alttt'ltitil t.l your own intvrctstd h: l) faill, 1 ut \ri
feel it- if wv had dolh* siur duty ini tr% ing to dlraw it.
Iont neglect your1w Ii
401 lsca't ie'rt'~ts by leaving

41 Iic
/,l~'i~ i,4 .~.s) 111d~1 ;1(
the trouble involved is -'o

Ilrylc W4. c,liminate
tb etrtjihlile whaena you ini-

. N. UUa Ie, Aut, Si s

AvWG11* js cmpo ofmbhsr. Micrr n. qu~im nsodium "' !jd
a wdw. M and IUY. f NW a auij6uu 600=I
a r uw de Vthisk ib @ aI e& pl his dva.Lb A har ld a bha kei.
a hw &WWI& plo cheeks Mis hak. cocp1ac.y dcsliuvs as dmahuL
J t JAVS* II. 'NI U--



The oUsI vmptvm St &cro-0sh ma e2rge. tgisa O sf tho e
Dom sad ukes on the Amu t ody. A15 sadtiob. catafrrhml
e.s std gnerasl poor bealtb. The inherted pmonm trrazrir.?** j
tie ola'1. ol-lutes end eiSU thbs f2iad. av i pac* of .16 n-,
qs&!'t I" flits bI h c C atao sWltb scrofulo*U 31attc. wrbhch saps -,tq.j
el t'v entire system. housands of cbJdrtn. brrs itb a K
have "mevt tboir cblldbood in Couptatt PLI5-'1 5U'EerT at. I i l
samao'S or Womahood haDadacspped, br i health san stutr!@,
&Md perhaps later soeO da ds of the bones or joints degelnp*'i .p.I
givve Is tbhar early Ie. would has. prnvnted this. It
cleansed and purdlod the blood of the tamt. nourubed ard $!#t
tbe irsstemas. mad saisted eacb to pow Into ngtrm. bslt.1~J r.raabq
or vornarhood. P-P 8. is the very best remedy for Scroful. It
down to t:.e bottorm of the trouble, and cl.. the circulj&c': o, j
s.-rolulous z...tt~r. It sapplies the weak. disessel tlood vr;jh
azd besih-'iuzldsn# qualities, and under tl.e* purifying effets of ?*s pq
rmlefy all rmptorns of Scrofula pas away. P. S S. contains no IrrDl
Is anv f0am. and ms an absolutely safe treatment for childen, even i zafa
or person t 4say W. Literature about Scrofula &4d any m dI( 5 l ad
ft". TlSWT =P9eA C., ATLMA9nQ

111 -mum

14. A. kJAIWAI-N.

UAIFhhSVILIA-. F4 oiwjD40

T iF ItATICY l4IN: Sit li A ILF '-l IIVI, J91gNE 8, 190.1




V. ( s s a .C ~e'- s ,r
Two Cu' 'o T St3 '' c
E>'"--Vctr t* .vy.

"1" 1: e'( e()l T.I'* ( t, I C to. n ,

cotit-tiants > !t to e ( i iri o i, th, 1.
candida:'. s ho are r woirkil hIi.,il for
their rli io e ti i'
Mies Annie Kirkland of Alachua
has. iilt In a daily club of sulb(.rili rs
and Miss Ilirna M(cCredl. of
Mlcanolp sends In two cluhb to
The Semi-WeekJly Sun. shlch glves
these young ladles battering votes
In the contest today. This will als.o
entitle them to have their photos rt-
,r,aduced in these columns.
(;Gt busy and "boost" the many
business house in the contest and at
the same time don't forget thi \ir:
liberal promsiltion for s:PTrlii r,
mewals and new subscrilwrs to T!;e
Follownla Is the result:
Galae ville--Central Sectten.
Misa Addle Goode... ......... 1,34.S~.9,




At is%

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Margaret Ledbetter.... 646.721o
Estelle Heal .......... 447.7TI
tessle Carver ......... loo.:'o
Nora Stalls ........... 72.4.15.
Myra Swearlugen ..... 46.1Os5
Gertrude Harrod ...... 41.34:,
Blanche Thompson .. 2.O.'.
Aura M. iesis ........ .'21.414
Mary Fernandez ...... 1I.7.',.'.
Alice Schafer .......... :I.7"
Mabel Williams ....... I..::*-"
N. W. Taylor ......... 6.92.*,
Annie Bell Taylor ... 6..'35
Eva liauknight ........ 4l;.l*,
Grace llullard ........
Mamie Crouch ....... .5~I
Ella Itale :.7.:;
Made Mc(Kay ......... 2.43.
Fannie Whiting ........ 1.4 4,
Curtis Pitts ........... 2"

Eastern and Southern Distrk t.
Miis. flattie Kngli-h. Ticonia. .17T.l1,
Mi.- I -lrna M(Crcdl.e. M .:" ;" "
Ml.-. .Malx,(' M(4^ .(lie. M'flOr.\ '-''.l.!
,is l. Mar Cli.ii..b. M i'. ,"i-

Y K EIl Jotly. (Orani,. i t-t I: :*"

iUR MOTTO: Best Goods

at the Lowest Prices


L. C. Smith Gun.
Draper & Maynard Sporting Goods.
Cangler Gasoline Ranges.
Yale & Towne Builders' Hardware.
J. S. Colt A Company Acetelyne
G;: IMachi:e-s.



M*Ips Myrtlle Iluammond. lI:i(-
thorn ...... .. ..... ,'
Miss Itesle Walts,. llawthorn. ;5.910
lisps Wilma Mainie. lonteocha 52.00.:j
%1..; tertit Shaw.. airbanks.. 4.360
.lis Cordella Crown. Rocky
i'o .... ..... .... .... .. C .1 .
1ime Pauline Carlton. Mica-
nopy ........ ... ....... ..:
iles1 IaVitrie Ilohl-itt. M'enopy :; ..:.'
.\%t. i Annie IAewl l!awRtl;'r,. .2..ll-
'lis Agito-s Zetron.-r. Roc ellhe :'I:.T.
.-lls Lula Perry. Rochelle*.... 26i.l10,
llsr Pattlie Zetrouer. Iochelle 21.<1
1Iiss Jewel Godwin. llarthorn. 15.340
M11i fnmma Gutbrie. Rochelle. 13.160
\lils Georgia Snowden. Hatchet
Creek .... .... ..........
i sl Nellie Reeves. Miranopy.. 4.600
Miss Effie Tiso. Earleton.... 1.0o,
Miss Emma Eatena. Waldo.... 3.240
\lsl Mattle Jennlng%. Rochelle. 3.17.1
MiN Mary Hall. Orange Heights 2.91w
Mlis Vandalla Stat, Waldo.... 2.65.)
Miss Mary Loulse Atwater.
Waldo .... .... .......... 2.37t
Miu Gertrude Smith. Fair-
banks .... ........... ...
Miss Mamie Bailey, Waldo...... t

Western and Norhern Section.

Miies Hattie Ludwig. Tloga.... 16.(r)5
1Ilas Lucinda Btryant, Bell.... .141.420
Iin'. Annie Kirkland. Alachua. 1::.415
%lrs. H Maddox. Archer.... .131.,**9.
\liss Roio Lee Rives. High
Springs ... .... .......... 120.2.
'lass Vida Ilarron. hell ........ .112.12,
All ..s Ka Powl'ell. Alachua. .. ..l112..11
. it. EllK Ii II villie. AIredclto ...
\Ir., I WVare. HIlih S ljlitm. %.19.5
%W-.- A1leen rIltol.. Ar:edomndo ;.2'.,
\lii- li'siin, illliail:. T;'ltt ili : '. -".
'l,- Anniic Iteille. Arredondo 21.1:t3
',s .lqJewel Htanley. Hague. .14.31M
1.; EI I1 1 irk.-r. l.aCr f.10.4 '.I.t b (; irtliid *;iii lnt IHais:lc :
% -I I .H A at l 4 7t'
",li. :ti'i Akil. Ai r< d \i 1 I'.-' rl M cI i.,- 1. A].i u.| i :' 4-:
l .. A Isla l'.: r> er N ,. ',t. r;y :.:.'. i'
\ts i.L l.i (: ,' 11 ... '1
I1-. .\ (:roff. .\'w h, ray ti
\i- "l.iz ii Snith. Nvwhlerry. f61:(f
"n' 1 a h. ::*a 4 *I'
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SL-" r a it a. It 1at .
Im shut r n in 1 utte
Thre. Dt. thawe .1 1 fee, I- .f
the eu l~er 91111 -1 0, r %4 %
I thm -. &:- I ther.a.5e f %0. k.
torant thing filarl ld ,.
lotma will havoc two qn*Ao
'd d. Inoos Iee cfmi Sm Ur
ummm cost cd two diqhpa
& pL-m e 35R@a
IMlastrasd Rcipe Book Ire's
no G m FM FadC46 LO ft.UIL T



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La'Je Ca'-rus N;w Beoig Arra gec
f;r Guests C 'vfcrt ard Plar
wre the Coming Seascn.

.1:ij i Tlho,;i. ai zlr a, I.,.,kI .. 1
fItitag lllito fo(r the tourrla t tir. e 1l thi:it
I. S. ., i i. i- \ ilt .itati I' ,
C"riin lig ,a- lsl
Since purchasing the C' \\ ('ICh
i-r.|rt ,.rty he lii ia heRlt n to liiilr ,,c and
Frinioh the mlaly hosen. and th<. lrge
building that was started as .%lr
('hase' lerilate home is Itling finlih-
ed sith a view to making It an annex
11. %%ihit* liouIIe
.%MIajq)r Thomt!s state.r Ithat I,.e will
ia\e the building Iut in frst-clas:
condition and outside of three r x)on!
which he will reserve for hi. family
the remainder wll be used for the
accommodation of winter gets. He
,roIpncwe to make of It a place not
c'xtelled In any Interior city In the
Work has already eommamened o
the campus. which will be dotted with
wings. hammock. chairs and
benches. affording a place for rest
and recreation and a great conven
enee to his trade
That Gainesvllle will be clsated as
i tourist 0 ity. there is no further
loubt in Major Thomas' mind. and he
limrliose to exert his every in-
iluence to make It such. Aside from
the preparations that he %!!1 make
to entertain them. some effort should
'4e made to have a hard road built
'o a suitable point on the lake that
lositors might hate a Iplace to go and
'Ih If they desire. This could be
lone. and would not only be a great!
pleasure to the citizens, hut would
add greatly to the attractions for the
visitors, for no prettier body of water
Is to be.found near any Inland city.
Major Thomas has no doubt about 0
nducing tourists to stop here and Is I
itlleady getting out extensive adver-
uiing matter which he will end t
ill reactions of the Northern and
\V .-i'rn i i'itgrt'. I


he Kind You Hare lvas bUht

In Ue For over O0 Yrs-
umininu ssimm sm Well ____

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1cor..s Inll t ihe S alith A l itt *
i ec I rd..? w cre as follows:
:tl;ia (i'l- 1. Jalk.a oi ille. II
nil-i.i *;. S m' \ .'inaila 2
nI.' :- 7. .\i10ae I-ta "'
isii Chal'rll-- olin 1 ^.



V *. I \ li t your property
the awIe--then cha

llRuiilei, Residetl


Orl.. a Im i
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y, find the Iuyer and mke
rge only Five per eent.

Pe or Farming Property

=d" 8"-fta 314

PUBLIC RECEPTIZ3N ;WECNESC'AV. No Ren edy foe tikut-.wi -iistresa and

F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds --
P- ":. Itate Pharmaceutical Association Ex
L. J. McClosky Snow White Enam- tends Cordial Ir.vitation.
*i s. It.< tll I le S.te h I'l-anii

Pale Interior varnisn, Pale nhite
C.. ;-.r Varnlh.
Market Company, Ltd., Pure White
SIrported Sseedish Enamel Ware.




The Celebrated Acme Plaster
Acm Wainecoat Plaster.
FrKecoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves
Rar ges of all Kinds.
Pattsburg Special Field Fence,
*og Proof Fence, all widths.

The Grand White Mountain Refrige
VHe sell all kinds of Mill Supplies.
Steel Split Pulleys, Steel Shafting
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings. Jenkins
S Va:vea. Fairbanks Valves, Stilleon
"Wi inches, Marco Spiral Packing.
Hagh Pressure Packing of all kinds.
Hydraulic Packing, Ponorthy Injectors
and Lubricatorl Garfeld Ejectors and
Injectors. Flue Expanders, Flue Scrap-
ers. Boiler Rives., Cap and Set
Sc e %s.
A'so Turpentine Supp'ies, Council
To;:s. Lack Joe Hacis and Puilers.
8e: "ng. Schovil Hoes, Hoop Iron,
Be. ts Strainer Wire. Galvanezed Wire
C c:li. No. 2. No. 3. and No. 4 mesh.
I fact, when you are in want of
a ,Ithiig don't fta, to see the Gaines
w. c Hairdoare Cc,,p.Any We ugve

* ..t*. ..1 A i.itti .t w l l Ith w aill con,
,,* 111 i ilia it ci ,,i \\ '.lii'-."d.t+ IeroT in
ie-,. to I.,. \, r) e.laporate- afl:til
III'IieC I plIllv etxlI nd anl ll\ titAtIM ll o
All of their Ittizelea of (i.ine..ille. anlld
c'.I-ccaIll|I thie ladies, to b Iprei-coii
a;"t the oieialng. a which will occur at
the lkk ('lub at II a. m.
The IxIard. which will meet for the
lpurpo-se of holding the examinations,.
will coIn\ena, today and expect to
finish the greater part of their labor
luwfore the regular conveningg of the
S- t(calat i,

You Never Can Tell
Ja -t a tI% the cause of )our rheu
niuiianm. but )ou know you hastv It
Ik) yo know that Hallnrd Snow
Litn ni t iht iill tur. t -- It-lI I\ the.
pain.. reduce the ra Ili, it alnd iill,-r
thea Joints aind liaurL hl ,- o tlit )ou
ill Ie- as acitt. alid llwell aM. ou >, r
e-re,' rice .',*-. aid $1 10-. ioldl
, N" M lh I n.-4. I

Death Monday Evening.

Indigestion So Perfect.
A .scik itific irp -.(r rilj.li,, fir dl -,:i.
-ia Iutll U I 111 .I;all I talel-t for. alt.
< allied M.I Io) I i. Ilalkihil tIholi.an:id
of quick ali l.alaini toi r*-, lthrouig;oul
.\1i; I ,
Tli.re i lSn .-tliualla diieh a -e I o:
catarih l of thi. lsio:a
KUira;tteed to cure, tand J. WV MC'ul
lusti & Co. ha\,. ho lita(h fdlth In .Ml
uon r for htouach dlord, r. of all kind
that they will refund )our money if
It d(me lnot (cure
li-oina. the faultless prescrlptiou.
slop. sour stomach. belching of gas,
dlstre.s after .atiing., heartburn, bll
iouslies,. anid .1 a II c< Ulnle.ht.
It i, we il aorth a trial by any read
.r of Ti Siun aho la mffIer Irorusms a
.%tomicrh di.turlimuac It (cottiialn in
:crdlwiail- that lot oitil Kit\, rellef but
that aU t oI ti(e st tloiuiii h o bLeUeflcial
!. that it a rhort tliit- the flabb.
t ired ott w allhs f ii< -looiat'ah regaii,
their a tri IiKil til aftially anid catn
I-prf.( kald of food M llh

Tr') .Ml iaona for a a sk: Ilirer) %ill

Io la.;tlKg t<,
,s ll e. ,,h
.* Jr 1 St e

I i~~~~itiM ~~~ ~ iiiaie It. Octet. ra ltree

* ii.111i 1 L. hue. ia i. is I t I \(

voteb on A p-j, ill F, e a. cash 'or HEADACHE--Hick&' (APLOiNIE
a' y tj.*i.@.tiG u.i.nt i tne Co
f, at~we Ccr-,r 'i i. I-, 1*i t.- (&...
e a.eJy stay ii, ttic 'Lau in seF&.


o l e le .ir ti r t hit e
to, lorightoatid .% ju % Ill % iaut
o~l %,,o ii Ptifte-re ofi Pd e

cc i M I *:.e i.ate A e''r,:


The Ln Distamce Systm

One of the rest valuabI"e sea----re- ----p g varies I e aMM of So
tf our service, t our subseseere t nd s ensotry, re aarm in N o&F e
tI the public generally, i our esnar e t sad Ia their Me of el0
tue" with the extensive Wsg distanme sting.
Ulin of the Amerioan Tolephea and only by rsess f this eigl ta
Telegraph Compy and the ether as- arrangement btws n SIe T
scatod SellI Telephne companies. phone somAalesI It pe ItIe te I t
We own thouaanda of miles of long a Bell Telephone al st aIny*ere,
distance line in the seven ttes I lt n ask for "Lmng OliteeM ind be put
which we operate and i additiks ean c ommmuwntati with almlt1 ay pBIn
snect aany tolephleai a o syGtem I Is the couMtry.
with lines extending ti Iay there e ity TIt vat astwre of m wi% ftl
ia which a Bll Telephone system Io ing thrOnahnta te agi is 1
'peratea Ida ly in semmeree aMd 1WP me"l p1
Thise leg dI mtes *.B am of ti e Pa s by the b"aAers the Afmr
most modern and Impreved *alstue 1 cities lN all wMiS of Ml Sdl d w
tion and are maintained at a high plant hler lI1s em 1e lal tkl Mb
Sate of eMeincy. The Se1 systems, | et ~ hal.

Southern Bell Teleph

and Telegraph Company

Ctkisfu $iwin.

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The MIad You fare AlwaysfBought* and wrli ,,nha %becr
in Me b' over 30 yrs, bas borne the P-I1--tturnw cC
I- atntdIts been zunte nmder bu pa'-
Ir ~Lld ~ sonal supervision Wnre Its unmy.
Allow no ome to dret-re you In this
AM Comatcrre.,s Imltatlons a4 "Juxt-esxCood" are bu
Nzpe lmeats that triftI with eand mdsgr the health at
lNa = A m m ldr ren-Eperfene. against 'p V 1 0

CmI is m hsn aR Mles smb--- r- -r 0 Ps
geri.,Dumps a".!Smoebbg Syrps.n iSs P;in%
eintl mMwe00=1% sepom"ae e M awr Sem
s ae Itsawe Is Its 4I Ido I ""d"siWeom

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Sai a~stwiob b41 a bLe u e letor
S111~wP tr e o e-te-

WO1 Ml =08r we nue biea
NAtae al S Wet. They west out
011,0011m, Clado.. to pay a long
VW@ OP trbmrotber. Julis Roberts*

s wVOWI b n a eldtM .

Th pena ladle are quite
Se1o d thaer alquee *xperieoce and
t kh m hrs home have esusd quite
tAt adGGMINhet In Key West.-

SNCra fre The St. Peters-
"I apples to other towns
NM t. Pteraarw: "It is 9t. Peters-
als w steU thamt hae ha too
I pIT wvho will carry their
liy. tt, tty, .pe.roal flhbts
Si w p salt ere th ar really lght-
*i 'S" t pu blc were. instead
oam Other poplo t ey may
h yi ara t ryTl to hurt. This
Is a a- I. hat every aood cltliwn
wbM" te ob lleagai st at all times
SI s v wath It is a cure
S O r U--Irty, sad 1t. Petersburg
a god deal of it.-

p Maptl tribute to Misslr Hi ti
g l' meaelroalky toward soldiers and
Sir pah by a prlvae raoldier who

t"u as "erbicd of aeU olders.-"
l t Ut ae inT t heart of all
is.bob, bramehes of t"eson
w ebo m ta eeryheada. U ctGoie

a n et 4 a War Dnpetes llt that
t -le ite sa i ira-ii

sLd s nr OW Yt oa-d olMir a de
I r -pd byI ha pv at solyad

Sto *o r atf Prvate ad rtlet. oad
buildiag. the gifB at


I ba ain alf by tI aLited
Sta T"reter to sepe rate with the
PWrt Servicea Isa Sort to obtala
mere d 1taehowledge of the char
aetortles of the most important for.
eat trees of the 'iated State. To do
this it wll be necessary to obtain a
are number of volunteer observers
who willcollet material o the time
of leading. blossomtng and fruitina
of the various kinds of forest trees.
In his letter Invitlg the cooperatlont
of the teachers. oreter Placbot
"Knowled e of this kind Is greatly
needed and will he of value from the
standpoint of both education and of
ractcal forestry. For educational
Prpoes the results obtained for
eak speiets. averaged and presented
Aw'rapally by means of colored
chairs, wil b available to all who
afe iterested i the subjct, and p ar
titulrly tom iheo. They will form
vtealt trae malsdars*,' and w1 be
valley ais to ature atdy.
'"Cmm ea- eadm Ibe mteresed
Is do -1ut-. wek at eatatoies ree.
ards. This n@ald or M au trqstve
-Am. I-hre Ca the .sel wa f
-I eml serv teto detel the toe.
ultey at m.e ee.rvae al

Saf Oaes-ry w- a lead to at

Maa utotsa m oar a h aa 6ors
eaI I ar Wee ee. e

-- l. te Moa at r a whi a
tre is :t a3 eINm is su--e
a asel soon= to ses lLso w
A Me i la-- e a lm wheathr bo

61 the th of time that a tre ais
ia leaost mees th gewth It is able
em mehe daris the menses. Knewl-
sdees a h ie wham ame. a eaeh
ales ipes i various lelalt is i

fa gret val to those who are col-
sestig smes aiee meed attes deteria,
aes or is eates by squirrels ad
rad if at there and stored as
aso a ripe.
"Anote ru oflt a thl, study will
e a mre tamat* kowlede of clU-
mat as -rmiateed by plant growth,
for dUse esn la clmat e re shown
"by plant fea a well as by Inatru-
mats, aAd a prehialary Idea can
thlu be galied as to whether a liven
relloo is suited to a valuable tree
which it is desired to-introduce there.
Many mch examples could be given.
but sufetalet ha been said to show
that the results of thee observations
will be a real help to practical forestr,.
nl addition to their general Inte-r.'st
ad educational value. Volunteers
will later he supplleld with iubhli-at itns
and charts containing the Information
thby help to gather, as a return for
the services rendered."
On request. theo Fore-t Rervlie will
be glad to send forms upon a bhh to
record data and a Ipamphle't cont.in-
Ing full Intructilouns a to the nature
of the observations and how they are
to be made.

The most commendable act of the
late Legislature was recorded when
the body voted to adjourn sine die
But be it remembered that this was

100 Reward, $100.
The readers o this paper sill he
pleased to learn' that th.r- Ie at least
one dreaded dlseaste that iitieace' has
betu able to cur-. in all Ita stages.
and that I catarrh. liall' Catarrh
Cure is the only pilitie cure known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
twing a coustlutiolnal dl-'a re. re
quire, a col.ltitutional t rvatint.
HIall Catui rh Cure I taken Intern
ally, acting directly upon the bl and mIucous surfaces of (the- \l.telii.
thereby destro)lf gl thn fo ,udatli iiof
he disease and gIlnig thie patient
stregth b) building up the coun titu-
tlon and assistinl nature In doing Its
work. The prolurlltors l a\%e o uiuch
faith Ina it curatle iowliuer. that the)
ofer One lHudred Ilulars for any
cae that It fails to cure. Send for
testimonials. Address.
P. J. CHENEY CO(.. Toledo. O.
uld by all druggists. 715 cents.
Take Hall's family Pll for conati-

The want ads.. o m real estOte
bassd-ee them a ether brkest" o
bined--AS that, they "eArt" most ao
th% busisess that ik beebers e W


it will be rmmbered that during
the artly part of the seeon of th
la islature Hon. Frank Clark was In-
vited to address the Houe tn reply
to a resolution of censure of himMelf
Introdwed by lion. James E. Alex-
ande r a account of Mr Clark having
aid l a la i ch In Congress that
%Wililm Jeniuingsr ryan's leadership
had brotuht only disaster to the
Democratic party. In support of hil
reolutloa Mr. Alexander read a
spee of Hon. Oli!- James of Ken-
tacky laudatory of Col. Bryan. and In
the course of bis remarks to the
Legislature Sr. Clark Iaid his re-
Ipects to Ollie James as follows:

"I understand that there was a
peech read here the other day made
by my frited. Ollle James. Did you
ever ee Olle?
"ome of you who were at the Denver
convetlon a Om He. He is a broad,
eegat. large, Sne getlmam. He is
a ittl ever aix reet, weigh probably
M t o 2i posds. H to a tremed
e- phylateal cema. Ad OltHe'
a-eel was read. Ollu is so emthals.
atle follower of the 'peerlss,' Mad
let me tll you what h b leadership

and thee. s. Uehi, has dome is en.

"Keutleky. hem my earNemt rol-
-lesi- as ever bee a Demoerate
State-ess ately Dammcrat as Geor-
ai er TeMs. No otbr ta- a the
Vain wasma.r, nde et under the
e-Iasp a f we Jamos la4 hLs aU
sedatesa t have toafLt ofer Re.
pu m vapremtatlAve I Cxorepss
a Ra ikus Gevwermer dis s the
State Be- at rrakaet, and a Ra.
pabtees eaer d imts s a the Ssame
amberI a hi a ai'w
to t-he 8 a Katey. Thae' Mr.
ryar's ade raThat's thea leader
shi a Mr. Jams."


he woodl SOem E a" o eft.. MeW

I Ir the reaet tIng l th wor a
a man to be asosarily bal. No m
twhm is n et dead at the res, eso
be bal U he will se Newa ea's rpi-
ew thi mw w lp aUtietlc. nwi-
:'de d&rtoy the awe at e uts t hair
of at ae reet: ad derm thea sal ai
dandrff and haves It ain a pearfeetly
healthy emdlm. Mr. Manett. 1 ithe
Maryand Block. Butte. MoLt. w as
strey bad less than a a othf Hrpi-
Me had removed the eemes of air
growth d ature did its work by eov-
rtai hi e ad with thic hair an lach
Icn. and a six weeks he bad a normal
salt et hair. Sold by e Idia draggsts
msd IU. In stamps for ample to Th
eratcide Co.. Detroit. Mich.
J. IL 0odiford Oa.. *Spe Alant.



Has twben Creied wIl PIhetemnel Scelse ince' tI, narl,
Is to-day the si-0 Neu eld ULiimn-t tiark't.

CURES -.u. *g-

Prim Sc, 50 ld $1l.00 Retls A llAnSbstise
NOo-021 Mlth Seead street, ST. LOWS, 0O.
oled send Rtaommom anod mo


Tampa & JacBsonville Rail'y

i OTI fo0. 1, lam.

Lamv aineville for Mia mp, Fairield and lo
cil point Sutb....................... 10:10

Retu i u arrive n ille ................. 4:2

Iae Gainwsil for 8 ampson City, Palatk,
LakL City, Valdota, and ll points North 6:00 p
Lturniin, arrniv mill..*** ............... 9:0p

L L NomOwd

The FPy4hlem Vikfl

L w~sr Tri~e Ugr.

-- ft- hE

Writ, for Priew, Term, US,.

m Wt Bay "t
W. L. DENHAM, Apo&

the VWest and tortkweat.'

DIxie Ifyer and South Atlantic Umited.
rxtI n.rYFR. o(ur AI ,NTI.

k 'i p. m.
' p i,,,
f m

8 0 Ma.
I7 m.
S.0 p. M.
127 a. m.
547, m.
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Ar\?I.~. .a

Ar W e.i'ilt'
Ar. Si. Louis
Ar. F'.areseiile
Ar. 7 erre liasuto
Ar. Chicaoje
Ar Kme-alt i.
Ar. Cuortin
Ar. Richinuad
Ar Paris
As Lecx ifon
4r (C : .... ...
Ar. I[A
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C. oT(.l.

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C. & F. I.
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oum asses 1 o arrr rroS.P6. 4A
own 06'. Ivw to T a $ 9 0~ur
M~ 44 80 SW A&. .&Sl.aab.

Smad's ayo. aI a.



Air Line Railway


Tw\ o Eleg ItTrn Dil y


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All- J


(iN.LY 1.INE (j-rlnt inK Daily Through Sleepers
Jackoiionville to New ()ricans.

Pw t ill lnfermaUen airnd le-pi r rervatdene ell
y Agat Jubea, ro write I C, OVtYLTON. Jr, Assistal
General Passener AgentA JerhesavIe. Pleres


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'lum aILY ISIU: (1E4VIJLK. FLORIDA, Jl'YE 8. 19 5l 5




Entire Log Tramn Passed Over His
Form Before Tram Crew Could
Take Him Out.

G(,orlge M Prek. n i ,in, hit.-
manii ti|eo\*. i lli.i .;:u el th- Ilog
IIa,r' 'mm na ~w rr t, I. k-onill..
nII t ;i r i.-t hl.r.i: .. i;, i
i : ii;, w
Fi'imn t hat can be earned lt ins up-
Ipoi*d that he was endeavoring to
clio- fruIma c ,' car toe aiicc)'hr whten
be ,lliiie'd Aid fell, the' train of cart.
passillg o%\r hi form. InailllillK uiid
bruising him so badly that he died
a short while afterward.
As soon as the accident was learned.
the train swas topped and the young
man was Iicked up and rushed to
Newberry. but he expired within a
short while and before physicians
could render hin much assistance.
The accident occurred near Komoko
station Saturday night.
Another Report.
The Times-Union of Monday has
the following to say of the accident:
"George M. Brock. one of the me t
popular young flagmen eml, )yed t-.
the Atlantic Coot Une railroad, run-
ning between Jacksonville and, New-
berry on a freight train, was horribly
Injured near Newberry about 9:31
o'clock Saturday night and wa taken
to Newberry. where he died at 2:30
o'clock yesterday morning.
"The exact cause of the accident
could not be ascertained. but it was
while Mr. Brock was about his duties
ns flagman that he was caught under
the caboose of his train, being badly
washed. His fellow workmen, hear-
Ing his cries. rushed to his assistance
and he was placed aboard the train
anI nrushed to Newberry for medical
"Although everything poithble was
done for the injured man, he sank
rapidly. passiing away rI,.t, rd;ay morn-
"His father. Mr. Ge'orge W. rock.
who in a conductor on the same di-
vision of the Atlantic Coast Line.
and who rs-Aidq-s at T.' West Mon-'
nr- street. was notifll-d of the accident
arid l-ft tminiediately for Newberry.
"The ubody was brought to the city




1' l art hili. *of


:1111 ).`( ~()'I 'l4~. 1 I iI

.14 t I I I
jil ,it-.t..$.-ail .

Finn'S w ; l1 1 Pilow
uW th ela l 515 kftur
mm Ma s at $t 813.56.

FW uui Ctnri Tak W
UP,. CONs Mat WO It 55.45
-iilnrpries 81.58. Cal
ad Urn..

jorju I.m A bj e-gff&W sall bIavf'
ar tin- r,-eiatAl SitliliS ulk'1 .

W Wee&sV w imBCth comneb


Cleo the* t

a ieh due to on pton:
tnaturall ach l
a O ati e.

rBn -n n nnd Od
To tit.sk nricio Et
Suntme ot E o

noon. being met by Rndertkey Wlll-

oil a special train yesterday after
noon. being met by Undertaker Will-
iLtu C. Cooper. Jr.. who will have
charge of the funeral arrngemeets.
"George Brock was a popular young
man. well liked by his fellow train
men and by a large circle of friends
in Jacksoaville and at Newberry.
"The body will be shipped tonight
to Atlanta, where the lterment will
take place."


One of Mekoeesl Fair e--Ugers SeenS
to W1ro Nese.
MBELREOS June 7.-Tbe wedding
of Miss Pannie L Miselle to Mr. M.
P. HMnt of Jasper i announced to
take plae at the Melrose Baptist
church on Jue 23rd at 11 a. m.
Friends are cordially InVited.
The eclipse o Thursday night was
rather a failure from a view point.
the clouds obscuring the moon until
nearly the end.
The many friends of Albert Good-
ion were sorry to learn that be had
to return bome from Holland on ac-
count of Illness. The fever has taken
a serious turn and a trained nurse
from Jacksonville Is now in charge by
order of the MelrIose Lodge. W. 0. W.
Dlr. FtRd iloux of GatneIville is
heIre visiting Ir. W. II. Ae.
The flrst i.att rnltlon and ruaxtling
,ars made ithir apl'warauce on the
market Saturday and found a ready

II Suttoii a.g. 7.., died after a long
, ,l: i ... i \\ !i .z-day,. the fiu itral l.t k
;n. lI, ,' mil 'I'liiTurd.y norniig. Rev
I '.ir pr, aching lln itsernon.
1 Is.- 1. lM t k thas returned frtmi
; it. h. iin t i. : .uI i, lit hl al MHigh
Innt Th, M'Al.,.-, (ciliz.n- raro llal
' I. irni tl iat -li anl i til.-r .-,- t r ihat
uti il > n ;sii il' .I ti I.'t&ch hft ro
0 r(i the fi dllr I f ill, t.i t l 1
0 ure-full em


I Collections for Month of May Were
Extra Heavy.
Th rtiepart of Marihal Arn<, ftor
tii. nlliat of Ma> jut-t i'a.t .lhu-
(latl Il th io ll,4 *ll 1 l haItl\ It II .\-r.
active duriliK th.ati rnlt
Ills reoflm. Imadle to lth Ci .'ity C(ou
cll at their reKgul.ir nl.etlingK lat.t night.
h,Aom .n tl la ,e 'ill't1-'t'ed $ 1? *';,

Poor Milk
I. 1tta heuglilt I, to b.'-st.ii
fio r ati lt f.IIIn n -leos-'litI ightEor ge-lu
u.rI j.4l I'I le II '1110. caum4e' u aull.
I,- Lhatt' Iha. luld tha4 %'erra- Tha.
g I lit,- 1jelar i i taae'1 of t lo. foe uS a lad
tha., ?MiJo sI.4;%t-. actually stari ecu

C r':' ii fu1 ,i ; Itre
4)I~e .L I I ri a l

lea!.' .I I. ''. '
Ime -a q r t. o- i t ol'o.

a ''' 'r t' 1 t 'i I I e ii t

an ta f'a.- 6ale i:u iln
I firre it f I

iic-.a Ilriil~ gu iciooe tiacak'- a t u
ely ~luil" e~e~t~ile 141.bradal bes.
lolUbala lULl K' ulio Thin ljielud
iaakea \oU -ak lash. .lckl) Ilur-
dock itix4 lititt-re ciake* tt -bluud
rie i. re'. o lure' re-. uiprre e t-frCt

T1 *wrprtie Properties e This Po-
ewIeir 1uet'.ne.
One .f thte nowt ait Illuglritlons
eerer made by ILorr Keil in Mas hi
llkenluK the Iuslnlfelt'n e'twhr to
amas of shoema kers' oU. What Lord
Kelvin t ald if shoetmkers' % i t .Tay
heI te*trdl iy ally boey ll I ti nier flat
will astonilh his playis.ite.atm Irt let
It tIe sak that the ether i,.,tra1t.-I 1 all
Ppale It Is as rigidtl a* t.-,'i l nl et
m flexible that It doe*n i' rta n r.l the
pag'sa e of Ipla ets thre,li. i, !i p .e IiI
the le.tL It In an Invi*llle lltlt.ln ce
hlih h tran ilt In k:n%,v ihr,*l'.- h ;ll
things NS lo luotri'o ti1. nitl'e
of tu'eh a It rmdoxlit l n:i'ri i t i l l..'rd
Kelvin Men rtbed every where annl at
l:i.ft to)n tu1 d that to'enl:ti kers' wax
preis'4'teM d it It li t. Il e i:iad' tests.
and this l a hat be found.
lie melted some wax In n common
glais tnmbier. After It h.il hardened
be tried to tbrsft a lead pencil through
IL It would not Ie. Then he placed a
coin on the surface of the wax and
left It there for several days. When
be taain visited It the coin had sunk
to the bottom of the lass. The was
had closed over It. and by Ilftiul up
the glas and tookitn throou' be bot.
tom be could wme the cln yiWj there.
Had the was bhe as dep as a well
the cola would arte goes on staking
util It recbed the bottom. TblO proved
that the was weMod coMfm only to
very slow moemints It e bd trked
to puah it twe I M weiu bhre ru
As a str ee t e scietst.L I the
was acted Ube thb toward the cee
hbew wudM It tt a -bject which
eI -ted? o seeh-- hIdP m a
-Mer1' waxs UpO IL. The was har"
0eed with the see at the hbttom. Tot
when Lard eii mehedk at the bl e.
tom of the gla i a day Wr two be
found te eerk hd disappeared It
was omewhet the t ass of wa
and probably rla very slowly. but
srely, toward the top. fure enogh.
after a gives period of time the crk
peeped above the surffce of the hard
wax. and anlly it roe to a point where
It remained hali Imbedded In the waz.
Just as It would bare done It a glass
of water. It rose no hbiher than tbis.
however, and a corkscrew probably
would not bare pulled It from the wax.
Yet Its own buoyancy had rated It up
from the bottom tbroubh what seemed
an Impenetrable mass of wax
This. In fact, is the peculiarity of
shoemakers' wax-that It resists all
sudden or quick moveueuts. but is
hlgbly susceptlble to very slow and
proloned pressure. If you pressed a
flatiron brld down (n a lump of wax
on a table it I probable you would
make no imlre-ssi0, on It. but If you
left that Iron restllg on' the wax for a
day or two you wniuld find the lump
flattened out uind'r the Irou Io curl-
ous1l I thisa lralt-ri. of fli.e a:ix that
tuning forks halive Ixjt- east from
phie, C of It. TI' forks were e lpa-
hle of vtrl,:tlnn. r'Ilng a ntvlcnal ,nte
and imeinB set gol'ai Ihy llr.itii,, froim
another tuning frk,. (yt when one oft
them nais laid aeros thew ollen mouth
of a J.r it sululy ccllupsed and fell
Into the Jar In a shalpele.s, tkiky

For COLDS and GR!P
Hlick' CAPI'DINE Is the best reme
dy -relievees ther aching and ftc.erili
ses-cures the cold. and r,.-tre-
acrmal conditions. It's liquid--eff'cit'
iniurediattly. 10c. ric an.d 50c at drug

If You Can Get Up.
"Tbere's always rlmn at the (,tp"
*"Yes, but slmetIhtlues ti' eoVUt or
isn't running."- C'lvcland l. Lender

Nfw Zafata sad Chlin m.
lb KU You HIan A ja Sit
Dears the
Bignature of .

The Sun omco for easlina oerds

The Value of Good


t My to figure if ym kmow what yowu Ln-
Swortl. Kodol koep th_ -omachp at par lim,
by ,,wming good di-etiom Kdooi cur on pep

Ko,!ol Insuresl rood digeftiln by
shwM,0ately duplicating Nat ire's
,ornial Iprcn m. In perfectly diesta-
Ing all food takes Into the stom-
a( h.
While KOdol II doing this, the
stomach Is resting-aud becoming
strong and healthy A strong and
healthy stomach guarantees a
sound and ad ctve brais.
The man with a soud stomach
--a stomach that o dola tor the
body ajt what Nature Iatended
It to do-s the ma who is always
prepared for any emergency. He
S "there with the goods."
The man with a lek stomseh, is
a ma s ick all over. Whe the
stoma h is Irritated by mead ind
dML. thI leo d wert are d
ree"t ~Sb&d Then deruns,
wr-iwe and- le pe- a d
Sove se1o ws lI Wt ldevelap
-lthe gImemach luen& dbae
o1K1 SAi Am3t .'1A

PMhilsoephr i PdmtWsL@
TCoquelln was very charttablef. e
* theetrk-l ssaer. "-e dlo me
for upersumeted mulem n4d 1 aes
him any other mas In rIu e
beard ai speak s ehety t
Prench AtM6W home, tt be di
much for.
"Thre are plear ty pW nrt t
-pa.s mid Cquseins. 7 m nln.
ty of phdBsphesl-pilrty, I mosa, se
cordling t he ddnlte that t* ay
of u aept.'
"He smiled grily.
"Too mgay of u,' ald Oeqult,
leflu a philosopher as O who bears
with resiuation the coM and humer
from wb~eb blhs eighbor yIs sutrtn.
and too many of us desla a pilan-
throtlist as one who gives away ether
people's money.'"
The awa Ipersn redts tk want
ads. evras ryday-ad awer a
mat as offft.

The Brd. Pie aMd o you
eat should be nutritous. The
mnet Sour, alxed with pre
rich milk and baked to the
"purity fashion," make ou
goods the most dellelou It is
possible to produce.
Phone i. R. T. ehafer, Prep.

Ir _I
)fI cou'rsleyou' V1wouildin't like to
finld after )ou hlave eolaidera-
Mly imilloed al piece of Real
E.-hi, that the title of samei
i.- no-t clearf! lie -ure thenI tol
have us make anx almtract of

fol-4. poll illvtA
I io' t luv iin the lirk-

E~aln~viie, F mis



Groceries Grain

No Order Too Larel
11hlme l I iB


to special effort by "toaics" ad
"stUmulants" doesn't cure anythlt
or accomplish any good. Neiter
does dieting. Indllcstion ad th
serious ailments which It laIdme
can be averted and eoeected emly
by natural meas.
Kodol supplies this stwI
means. It perform the lsambab's
work fbr t-Jest as t he sem
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to belem to be transacted by naid
mpndiati a l be the making sg and
maaftlating ao palp ad paper and
S wa w- iraw meaterl, sah d ate
U urtlg -p n and
in h m- aftFlm a plauls, and
th mu asing. aqur.ing, mar-
Sstbea deeaverle sand dispop.
3 e g and paper aBa other
am goods meanartered
fol lnoe and other woons, and ni
so wood naterlali and all kinds of
products of pulp. pair and similar
materlale and supplies. and the busl-
aes of buying. eeng and dealing In
palp, paper and other manufactured
products from paie and other wod.
and lkN materials, goods and chat-
W md ether property aad appur
tMuamas mad rights. leaseea and
privilege pertalatin to any and all
of the -bevementioned buseless. And
ar the prpose aforesald to buy. sll.
eMld. mMtW and hase property.
emal and pers oal. To receive pay-
--I r e apial st la this com-
p ay to momey or I property, labor
Wr servr s at a t valuatiom
6re t Mbe ed4 b Mte tMkholbo
eor Beard of Drectrs. To borrow
mamey Ad severe the same and num-

a aherwa s ewftiWs -pIt by mort
dasl beuli as. eme rthor

Nia aWnW *mt e wbatera, for

" Old M 4 9 l VPoperty, reaw
me M b t mme e and de-
- aft f th = M ama y
, w imsues. To tob mll
sme w eemte 8sk oe r
d a =l itdo myeW nId d th1m
emU eM and paper ne dne st
IM l ees or beatssess ara
n- eme 9 b h eadmel
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eeoi eemi s r ee..rl. m
ta sawt ami hee, to -
aW f 1 ageto at eaw of t a i-

Sor tithe forppe.
Atte IV-fM t o whe

a-I e sials eztat aha be
matrtea ( e) Tearas.
Articles -The am.- o of espital

ska orfta ll be Pra sdert. a
AWNes or One mherd Dollars
Wa ) e ea. AN or may of rsaw
4p1l0 10eaO of sad earporatlom may
ae. to abe lati r ts e d r or used
Sppese; of property labor or serv-
lee at a at DaletorLu thereof to e
smed b te beer-rators or by the
Dod ofr Oretar at a meetings ca
e or that sa.
ArtiL e IV-'Ie term for which
Md .ewporatim shall exist shall be
ohmetylne (9)years.
Artlele V.-The oicers oat said
aerporeme-shall be a President. a
VisPredest, a Secretary and Treas-
wr, to be elected by the Board of
Dlrset.. end a board of not les
than three (s ) irsctors to he elected

byth uatof bolder. The same Per-
'_ i-_ m Bold the offce of Secretary
a C Wod by an =d Treasurer. Any of the above
fi Neaiwr or IT. A named e teers may also be elected
7r l -: o r-aW Goaeral Manager by th/ said Ioard
ear 1e7r wa was masads oaf Drectora.
S..... ** kr. abe Th oricers of the said corporation
NsW lu~- eteors and teo. who ,sha conduct the business of the
*a : II lemarr:orta., the corporatloa until tbois who shall be
S!s MaIm t kq.y f. tat rr,. elected at the Art election hall be
9 W ma1 -Iy we r to this lntand qualfled are Ialle'y P. Williamnon
Sn President; Frank H. Chase. Vice-
d i "SS eer t i P Pt Kru President: C. D. lk-nnl L8cretar.
eM bwed a lsI mIt W"L aiMe and Treasurer. and Halley F. WIll
I' bseee T e- h ast latmou. Frank H. Chase and C P.
"' 'li ibt aWd pa 1rt of the LDennis as )Irector .
`. I- -i 8 te w Man cd lemnl Buch officers atid directors hall tI,
I eath i Mae" Cowpoe aIo re elected on the first TrTti.day In Feb
IWphememem 1i slpaklag of nrar)- in tac(h )ea'.
I s as aa and iltl ." Article \I The hl;1ie t amomo t of
Sindebttod*es i u ir lialility to % hi h
eA a I ,t ly e a the bfh ow aid crloration can at any timn sub-
A d of Doa's R. ega Ject It.f Is Two Milll;.i Iklllar
1 oaA g Donaa' KlitS iO t(I'.000toto.)
S1 -. tla- ea re habitual Article \II The' said corioiution
n. 5 aist a hbo. Ask shall alopt n corporate P'eal. and ma'
Stor h Io adopt by-laws for the *governn.nt of
Sis affairs not iicoi iunt Il with it,
article of incorporation or the laws of
I Or IMsOr rATION the State of Florida. and the said by-
OF KIM" PAM A laws maly be amended or rtelo;tled
S P.I acd others adopted from time to timne
na OsW IO INTUITION TO as may b*. provided In .aid by-laws.
1AfLV r-L ITTyr Article \Ill--Tbe names and resl-
deAces of the lncorlorators ef said
SPATINT. corporaton and Its subacritb to
st3ek thereof, with the number of
Shares uf Its capital sto'k subawratx-d
0 i- -- s bereb gives i the aIu- for by ahch. as follows
41Wd L Jead to aL to the 1G- H. P Wllinlamon. Oaincsville. Fla.
w r 9 tMe Sate oo Irwia. at Tal- se shares.
S ft Ps lda 1r l rAtts Patent Prank II. Chase. Chicago. Ill.. ?.too
Peustl6 Krafrt P wer Comnaany sbares.
ad'sS of o C I)nni. ala-~ iblle.. Fla.
M wg h and nader tbe follobwA shares.
Pms obuter. the original of which, hate ,r k rlrida
i I 5 i tL h thbe a o Count) of Alachua.I
Mtv of he ate of i lorima. Persounally appeart-d I.fuor. au It
D.I WIHA S. IF. WIlliameon. Frank II ('ChaM and
IUK n NN H. CHI i I. *)nis l. to me -well-kuown a
L D. aoLrNNI. the personu who executed the f.jre
s oln Artlcles of Incorloration orf the
permpag OLratr ofa pe Kraft Pai-r 'Com( pan. iand w ho
:each em-.erally and duly at knole.dit
lapnw r. "ed that be *excuted the nsame for the
The --aIrhi ged hereby aeociate purloimes the rvin eim ra *-d.
emaelves ta g lahr for the purpose Int Witners Whtrteuf. I hu\a ll ntii
1 bssaine taimrporated aad formils to met my haud anid office al *se l Ihii
S arpormatIoa oder and by virtue of 'th da) of tMa, A I). 1. ',:
aHe tws of the Ste of iFlrida, wtlib HAH\RVE I' Htli\so.1
dW ader the followlun propeawd Sitar IPutl S .t,* lf i. 1:
A mato I -iT .L a s of thl usu ri I' I *9 .<

aia W asall be KMAVT PAP' k
COMPANY, aud its lpricipal place uo
bhaads shall be Ualurevllle Alach
a coUaty. 'Vorida That said 'oui
pauy Uay have such branch ffie.
and otlhr alc tv of bualusinesma IIr
ateof YFlorida aud in other IWtu.
and l tfortaen ouutri es u ald our
PaUAtli saMU dalet.
Article ll-T-bhe 'L t ral iAlurc u

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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be en Away by the Merchants and The

Ya a
S. ts Citie .f Alachua Cunty!

Each Section Gets Prizes!

Contest to Close August 18, 1909
II i. I
Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business houses
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. These
progresive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of thoee tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pianos
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra pi ize as follows: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the capital prizes
in the said districts, one certificate each for $U10.(0X which will Ie redeemable in
cash as 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 good for
$25 toll other contestants in the rm e, and ill nake special arrangements with any-
one to take care of their paper on all puIchiase of instruments itt the tachl price.
~fll biwlr U SCl U Will emln'ce the city anld m.uburl and liot, ei-
Th Ga mlie SeciUim fined to a radius of four nile. in ,.acl dir'ct',,n.
The winner in this district will b e naarded a HANIDS-'OME DIAMO1N ItN(;.
East an ed utAiml ii Will comprise territory from Fair-
ie i u em Ul i MCIUM banks all points east and from Ro-
chelle all points southl-\\Waldl, Ilanthorn, Island Grove, Campville, Micanopy,
Lake View, Taco;a and ill pints along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

Western ad ortherl SectimA Will comprise all stations froil
il R e Hague to High Springs, Trenton,
Want ee, Wilcox, Bell, Newlerry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered
by this area. ONE PIANO.

nW e V*3 1i Be Ct
How and Where to Get Bat boem wl!n I found in te esibllbh
m m atu uf the mnert:.aut, I chint a te, i and at Ttr
MI a M aSun ofilce. Votes a tit by onltl must be iirct..Il
S- to the Votung Contest Departunnt of Tbv bun.
VoUl s1 Gatlueville. Florlda.

The following nerchanta will give out iote
for every cent paid Inuto thctia .tablilshlmrnI ut lir
good. which they handle:
Gainesville Furni*ure Company, r.-r,!ture.
Phifer A Morris Co., Clothing ard Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Medicine.
L. C. Smith, Shoes and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wilson, Dry Goods and Notions.
Saundersa & arle, Oreceril and Feed Stuffs.
City Bakery, Broad and Pastry.
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats.
Crawford A Davis, Livery and Salse tables
The BSu, Printing and PuIliohing.
The Brown Hous, Meals and Ledging.
N. Francelco, Banana House, Fruits, It.
Iddina Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertiliser Co., Fertillaers.

$1.35--Trer months' asbsc

Rules and Regulations
1. The coutest is olw-n to anyone lihiglK in
Alachua county % Lo is known by Ithe conduc; ora
of the contest or \ouiched for by ~-amse reputablel
gIerhon. to them ell known
2. No employee. Iittache' or relatl\e of the pro-
prli torb of the atl).'e rnaim.ld rmni- are 'ltgli.le to
iP rticilate in thit. con* T -.nr 4 1 t':- t el-**- *.
no muanucr
3 In the evei. ~ a: .nn!aerstandinr bets. -*n
randidatet or others Intererted In this contest.
such controversy may be roferred to the oo.-
ductors of cootet. who alone are the persons
quallfed to render declsioa.
4. In the event a candidate decides to. with
draw from the race. such candidate will not be
allowed to transfer %,--.< to the credit of another
candidates I th ceateo

Old Subserersl Nw Hubi'rlbera
ription ................. ...... 00 voet 700 votes

$9.50--ix months' subscription...................... 1,900 votes
$5.00-On year's subnciption ....................... 3,500 votes
For a club of five one-yar subscription (w"'"'I ,) .. .30,000 otes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (~' rr o ". ) .30,000 vots
04mi. b A .. 0,000veto

1,500 vote
4,500 votes
35,000 votes
85,000 vote

here is no limit to the inumlTer of clul- eaci contestant may secure.

$1.00--0ne year's buLrcrption ..............................................00
For a club of five ~n:.r.-yer subs~rption ....... ............... ... 5,000
For a clhb cf 25 cuo-vir stubcriptionr .... .. ........ ............ 35000
'' le11 i- 11 i. i I Itelt It ii1,. 1.lr f ch t., tl.I (< itt'111.-i it iti av' l*c'tir,.

Soliciting votes by canJidates or friends within the store


Sstriiut"nj vvte3 as u; s'ired by the propr etors
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Staft Offleers:
Governor--A. W. G'lchrist, Talla

secretary of. tate-nt. Clay
lord. Tallaha,,".
Comptroller-A. C. Croomwn.



Treasurer-W. V. Knott. T&llahas
Attorney-Gneral-Park M. Tram
bell. Tallahapte.
Commissioner of Agriculture-D. E.
Meclln. Tallahas-ee
Supt1 of i'uhlic Inrtru tlo- Wm M.
iHo;i ,may. Tallallia--~e
P'r. i.-n(t of tl ,I u # na,. --P F IInd
04 n Ni iamli.

County Officers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wlenms.
Gaine ville.
Supt. Public Instructon Dr. J. L
Kelley. Galnevrille.
bheriff P. 0. Ramsey. Genesville.
County Judge-H. 0. Mason, Galnes-
Tax Assesor-W. W. Colsom. Gal-
Tax Collector-W. D. DIcklm..
Treasursr-J. D. MatUas- Gal.

Suprisor RIstrat-o-J. CC. M
Grew. Galnerille.
County CommlalIner-Johm 0.
Dampler. Chairman, Hague; J. FI.
Townsed. CampvUle; J. W. May.
Archer Chas. W. Summers, Treatos;
O. P. Canaa. GOalMevUe.
Members eboool Doard -R. IL
Weeks. Chanrmu. Havwbor; J. W.
Moody. LaCrose; a, W. Mlm.
Suate s ,
Members Hoase-Syd L Carter,
Galnesville; T. A. Doke, Ianta Fe

City Ofeers:
Mayor-Horatio Davls.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assesaor-W. M. Bradford.
Tax Collector-T. B. EIll. Sr.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Den
City Attorney-R. E. IDavi.
Board of Aldermen-G. K. Broome,
President; 8. J. Burnett. H. L. Phlfer,
H. S. Graves, C. A. Colcw ngh. W. T.
Pound, J. A. Goodwin.
Board of Public Worksa-H. I. Tay-
or,. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. sere-
ary; H. P. Dutton. 3. Brd,. H.


University City.

Gainesville is conceded to be the 10 of theDe Dtmt hOtels In the In
Bost nllterplriinig a wels t as I Ih.*- l,s l teror.
beautiful cit) in the interior it .Vior Two o wholesale grain and feed
Ila. It in located in the t. :. 'orets
of the Stat.-, half say bet a. '. '.. ,: Twu wholesale gr.ce-ry e.tabllh.
lantic and ;ulf Coasts. Furr',.: .' ** ,' me t,,
iands of auch fertility as to .e a that ha mnade Gaine ill.
of produ'cig a great variety of i fam .
In the heart uf the tzui... Th- fl...t o|Mra houe ID n e State
phosphate. and naeal rstvro. L,.:t S:. t-id of JacksuuMille
has the best educational ad\ u.-:n (A; Goverrrrintl building rnCoi to ,.o.
in the State, goid cliurchet., wmith .-'ct', to zo'.t lhnu compl(t.ed
edifices hibch are superior to .az, $1,.'.,,.O.
town of its size in Florida, with large t arlpentcrr. maron I la.terct.
and cousi.-tent congregations; has a painters, prititers. machinists and Ia-
climate which cannot be excelled for boring m-n galore.
health and pleasure. All these natural More miles of paved streets and
advantages. combined with a progress. granoalit. c sidewalk, than any ut:,.r
Iv.- and enterpriling coumopolita i ton i in the interior of the State. *
citizenship. are sure to make abi A urt h e built of brick
Ali $156000 court house built of brick .
StrLre are many natural attraction, andd "tone-a beautiful structure and O
in close proximity to the city. some of the lali,, flowe bedds, shrubbery,
Shich are Alachua Sink. Paine's Conrf'drrate loinumlent. (ett. surround.0:
Prairie. the Devil's Mill loplw'r, War inlg it, make It a n,,t attractive ilc. O:
r, ii Cave. and IAke Newnan. all of ture. 0
shlch are reached by private convey --------- --- -
arce NNOTICL. )O At i'.CAiAIo)N FH TAX U
Spring Park Stock Farm the largest itj, rI' NF .,t.N lliN or t IiAl'rFT
and frnest live stock farm in the State, vw. I.Aws ",r LiJAU.\
is uO.ly eight miles west of the city Nt.e i heret, r dielhst W't4, .tib O
1a 1 I. rea'-hed by a good hard road. ,..r.tL....r rf lui C'CertIL.Ate No I.*
a >d Mg a mosut dl'a arlt drive *td tr ft dby <.f o t I.ntem. tr A
Ii farm .ers of Al.achja county, of d 1 a .... .td d A ertnlusotr In Ia i mc.
and batl h Iimr a1t Heall,?Linul for IIIl erd WI a.e
'!.nl hl GaiLr,-\ ille I t he county beat. *u '*,.ir .<', Wt- hb law .sai *emrrIn it- ,mu-
"liet at boine and board at th. ram, r6,.0 L ', ';ol l dr, 'lI-1e. ,.".,lr)l ItU.-
Iatc'. The temperature is veratu uni- ,, .., ,. ,, m, ruirt i bt.i .
(ur iU carcely ever rtaclng the niie- w.I, .t i .i < o. u,,s s. ,ir% 1,1 agd
Ute in summer or the twetietlse n ; i ll '. ;,' rr l -l .,..1 |LWflnu
wllter. The population of Gailntavllhe- ,, I, ; L 1... 1 I ,' .
Is about eight thousand. representing aI, .i1 ai ., i uh .on I. ure tri' i..
nearly every nationality on the face SI 'I '. IN a" .. met' o
Thl. ad l at 5l, *,h4f~ Mrd t1 SttMe d.iao of
or :be earth, and strangers alwa* ithe '~ia.,'r ..ic coucoit te Itle nta~e
u, rt with a hearty welcome |o( Jm f.tPL J IRedr
lhe University of Florida for )ounig S ,.d %,,. t.ert;ate aLa :. tre .dreW d
aet,rdfrd t-1 a.. tao de*A alI. i. ..e U.ereu e
Ien and the National Agricultural ExA un Ite .t d ua J., A i ih ,o
pTrimnat Station are located lLLiI vtLi W Ii..i Lrf umclFi4 4idS iure i4 d e tl Ime j
tbe cor orate limits of the city lu Ii *ttl. l f N). A ) A.IM.
Iact. Galonemelle has so many things i pI (r',r cireul Cour Aiebus Co.. )is
that we mu.t be pardoned If we omit I B t M ('HL\. i
a few of them in the foUowlng sumer-
otli rof wat wAIM11 Cab E AMA

lmesvIllo Hans
One artist
No aloona.
One gurlae.
row bob.
Pour baaks.
Fouer dairies .



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One foaudrr
Water works.
Ten c3urebes.
One gt s iplait.
Two tin shops.
Three bakeries.
Ten physlela-'s.
Six fruit stores.
T1'o guinnaltbt.
Six re.laurlants.
One ~t?|l store.
"ltr nd of Trade.
:ix drig rt'bies.
Four bhthe whops.
State t'lherlity.
.Manonlc Temple. .
Twenty lawyers.
"i'So paItt shops.
Four crtntractors.
One bhiccle ,h4p.
l;.t-eLa ll < antnld.
Two ice factories.
Six music schools.
4';.e variety store.
One pub le library.
Two wagon orlk.
rwo plauing nail;s.
I'o racket stores.
'1 %%o lumber bards.
One marble works. I
Three llversmiths.
bhree wood yards.
Five dnttal rooe .
One express oee.
Pree mail delivery.
I tr beef market t
eight barber slops.
Two public sbcoo.
Two musi house .
A telepho e system.
Two baberdashllrto.
Two abstract oUes.
Four prelatg clubs.
Two maciL sho ops.
Two botttlig works.
Six boardid g houses.
One Catholk chwrL
A *llitary comaW.
Thr eU jewelry atres
ONe phosphateH e w 0 14
0. Chinse laIiry.
0s ChrtIo sa church.

Oe dal y m wsptr.
Two hardware tores. ,
Ohe female aphysier
Piftees nrocery stems
Threehtarmte re st ores.
One wOekly vapew.
oSeven dry goo e stores.
Three coUldrik sta .
One ekctr k lht plat
Three backaMh shopsa.
Three railways system
lght abe odev t order
Two Ipisaopal chur.
United states sd odOE.
One cbheaual laboratory.
Two vetino ary uresos.
Two gclar ,-*i,rfrtag .
Volunteer fIre department.
Several lumber companies.
Three Methodist churches.
A br.ts band organllutlon.
T o photograph gallerik .
Two moilnlg picture Powla
Florida Winter Chautauqua.
One semi-weekly newspaper.
6%4 0lt Ifte s'JeUS o apa.
PJrt-class sewerage system.
Tou f.rtilizer manufactcrtes.
FlTr, nrie IIliuranre agRnclea.
'I u livery and feed stable.
OnIc t rate anld basket factory.
()n0, Klk' Club r,-ading room.
Hardwood Manufacturing Plant
Agricultural Kxplcriinent Station.
Florida .Winter Ilible Conference.
Five dretKemaking establl,.hnents.
National Odd Fl'.llow' S.nl arlum.
Three under rtakiiig c,.ialllshmentt.

OBeeM t Oraam BuldIai, ovr
Iuauders & Brle's store. Phone
No. 35.

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PraeUMe all OMLrts. tot am

Otices Over OGIesvilll National
Bank. Galneevtil Plortda.

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We Ask You

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rl .. : i T7 .1L)VERTJSJXG--NO. 4

Once upon a time there was a fool

hen who sat on a china doorknob for

three weeks expecting to get.afamilf.

The only thing she did get was ex.

The advertising field is fu of

"china doorknob propositimos"-x

samples of merchants who expect ad

-w-sj r tor hatch money out d k

e g sesm, or who put rsek ,

eggs under the w "advrtising
hen." ,,

The are three principles to -i

low in an advertising campaign:

First of all, find a kusis th will

stnd advertising; eondly .i d th

aewsp~pr that will make the advbr

tising pay; thirdly, give th ews

paper th'e to pay. .

You can't start in to breed dotlsa

in less time than it take to hat

them any more than you cnan pua

hen off the nest bdeore she has had a

chance to incubate. In both case

you simply waste what has been in a

vested. If you stop too soon you

will get a rotten egg instead of a


AlJrc rtise something out of which

you may reasonably expect returns



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to ML W. 16 Commam.
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CI pt. M. WUard of High spring.
S l of t d that -p. was re-t.
e his inres friends here yester-
A. mmers and Capt. W. G.
haiew are am0ag the High Spring
iasa te Oanasville attending

W. NeLt don. th- muln man
ef Alachua. a among the visitors to
the city He was suunaoned here to
attend court.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Padg et hav'
rtured from Worthlngtoa Sprlngs.
where they have bee spending tnlt
PMt few das.
llSJr Iyd L. Carter has returned
fo Tallshassee. having stopped over
ie Jea uavil uml ISuday to look
after me hssei matters.
C. T. MeQuIIs was It the city yes
NWaF. He has be a *bsent n IsoatL
ItrtAa tr he pat several days and
IWU 0 re, is hi h ome ast New

Mrs. Ja M. Taylr. resordew nec
oary the ate dIvll. U. D. C..
art 00ts1d1 for JMeemsevUe to
em a ut nwhi wts rebwim

MW Odells eChY. wh has mbeen
pft- e pMi aovel days here
"L returnedwit br homie at Mies-
C. I M01S10s 1 oru manMer e
0. L tr, of l opy.
w vrYIftlr to OsaIlvie yesterday.
TWm i-4 t- rs- the semry is.
Mr. WU.inss mear.

a 66 ed I t eo Mt- ofthesGaines
ri Na el n I rk. Ther me lhave
f--Ia WA mand se t elt a
Me. of Fewr patre ee.
arMs yaieL wend daugter.
Mw v Mi s i the e alt rn Suay.
t1W n mse the ta rouh te aon-
W ts um b Inala is f tMr. Car.

iisr W. Mceary has retrers
rm Tra hMa *a where he has bee
theo pt two months with his
t er and mothe. He stopped over
In Jedam e a day to v t friends.
Mr. a" Mrs. I IL Ch tty of Mts-
aue wee v n rs to the wty yester
day. Mr. Cht has bees sick for
*i,1.w1M low ws,6 Mbt is many
leds an aLmtb Nsw, t bb is

VIWe0,em eettgIe Dt rest Mo blek
b IV. LI Oraan ; ity water. ebe
ot tMi. aewarse. th. a d .a
00'u eenem Lec Apply to Was
R. IL MeCreary or T k ea.
Mrs. I. H. WienI*g has returned to
It. Georog ad will visit her sister
it that plces. Her recovery there was
so rapid that she has decided to re-
mtai there uMtl he has fully re-
covered from her recent IItesa.
Dr. Arastrong specializes on all
nervous relex troubles-headaches.
nervousness. stomach trouble all over.
come without drugs. He has many
cured patrons here. He can be seen
here today at the Brown House-June
ith- today on I).
Attention Is directed 1to the claiike
la the advertisement of Dlaii & Oil
ver, who aunounce the arlval of anoth
or ear of fancy stock dlrect from the.
markets of Tennessee. They were all
personally selected by Mr. Davis. and
be asks that you make an lanpection
,o them before making your purchase.



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&aptl ock .. ........ ... 000,2).Ix
Sapis .... ... ............. 20*** ***
obstrtw .................. 70,nmX). I I

k. U. N. Pms., T. W. lmiaL Join F. Jse'k- -is ,i. lirury''llai a, William
I. UgM-b s. Kuiurt D. Crswkmi, Jaca.o La !el. ii, Cliaris- A. Vairciodtl

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l~ilmaulm imW Lm ducm Im

Pmil witl

Phitfr Bros.

- Dankers


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The store that for thirty years has had an enviable reputation for

High Qality and Low Price.

it's always the price.

23 and 3.ic value
Linen Suitings
Monday Tuesday

18 Tirl
Neat stripes

40c Linens for 29c
Monday and Tues-
day. 36-inch. Col-
ors, tan, blue, la-
vender, pink.


For the


Every pair guaran-
teed. 25c pair.

sees 1n

The quality is

never sacrificed-

hId thf oan butter fur ulaM. md Iimmy

a Wash Suits

14 Off fihr w yTmd TIla
All new styles. Only limited
number at these price s.

We will offer choice of any
White or Colored, at 14 Off
-This Means-
$1.50 Skirts............ .... .. ..$1.12
$1.75 Skirts. . .. .$1.31
$2.25 Skirts..................... $1.70
$2.98 Skirts.. ................. $2.23
$3.98 Skirts....................$2.98
No alteration at thee pricn

So e

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L J. J. fk- of Mieaopy visited the
city yesterday.
Jess L Ortlf. one of the older
dtiseN of Jonevlleo. was a visitor
to the city yesterday.
K K. Anderson and M. MeL. ready.
both business men of High Springs.
are ere attendMin court.
"Dr. Thmasm' lectrte Oil Is the best
remedy for that often fatal disease-
croup. Has been used with succem.
to our family for eight years."-Mrs
L Whiteacre. Buffalo. N. Y.
Pblfer Bros.. Hankeri. advise that
you makee all you can and save all
you can" ia their announcement in
today's Iun. Remreilber them -wh,1
ln need of a good banking house.





5 Ce*s tlin

WANTED--Two men to solicit orders
for enlarged portralts: also one col-
lector. Write to C. O. )riakell.
(ialnesville. Fla.

RO)OMS FOR RENT for etit.n,..i.

5 (k6' iI ka f or

31c Tul
Nent cheek- and
Plaid Silks. Splen-
did for waists and
suits. Only a few
pieces at thih price

Good Spool

4c spool

Women's Black

25c value--pecial
18c pair

I --
FOR SALE-Rubber-tired top buggy.
good as new; bargain. Apply Sun
VOR SALE-New six-room two-Ptory
house within two block of .quare.
Apply 407 W. Masonic street.
QUICK KSTORATIVE for lost man-
hood. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded; 60c per bottle.
Sold by W. M. Johaor


A. I t. Ki ;. a f.r..r rr conduct .tI. HJ. J. Inii,.. I I T UsH
the Seaboard. was a visitor to the -- L I M W
city yesterday. lie .s thinking of en FOR RENT-One six-room and two .
aging in the menrcantlle lui-in .-.s at fiveroom cottages in South (Gaines- -( )V (P N---
Cedar Key within the next few w--ks ville Apply to Coffin Factior) office
At Mrs. McCormick's Millinery Par.
J. H. Morton. a former citizen of t
(Gainti\llel but who is now <.oit-ct.-d Fi)t RENT -Nv 6 rcmi cottage -ll lorz, Wast Sidek court Housn
Iwth the TaI ru (cIF.t *, S ("',r' SIquare, Galnesville, Florida.
with the Tampa-llaana lanumtwr Con-
utre,.t Appll 8. .\1 Idl),tt,.r. J,.
pany of Tampal. Iu here for thet purpose sr"et AFreruh liO S1tto it. Jt
of renuotiug his family to the Cigar Ar rinh la etttor. M anthormhIenumrte of ir.Ue-
.. .t h In the Art f Mtlleperv ifleiirring wil" he
~('lOH FOR itENT--lalf of llt,! flur'iyh ted oi Ml:nerv y rt Ie-lantriF i course itm e fro I
L. J. KliKl(t of LaC'ro. a in the i tt, to to hreer nonth. Kiatt. r.'so ble FrT
SJ. K, I ,aC 1hU.- rint' IHatintl. liiol. r.n oll >ariuarruliar cal: oi or .rdrew% Msim. V. T SI(
Lity .s e*ttrda.t H states that the % e it c Also rto'-..igl ai (iln t'i l It rtlll
farnllt'r. are l' Iall oC er the abundant a ut. A. IC.. S ofi
iI ultte*. A. It ( Suli offn *"
rati, alhi-ih fell in hi. iisection last
week. and wLlch are worth .an FOR RNT Fye-m cottage on T M W FRR
thousands of dollars to the farmer. block net to square; city atr,
Mlses lteksaie and Julia HIunch. ac- electric lights. bath room and all
compauned b) their guest. Mi. Walk modern conveniences. Apply at thls AUT
er of South Carolina. departed yester oifflc.
day for Wacahoota and will spend -
the tnet ie'cral days In Sthat sectiou nN WANTEiD. xn,'lt ,i.ly t lil.'r L ..tlln .i
enjoying the pleatures of life on the '.A. i s, irI a :w m1. l tunin .
'a- ,,ep No aloe.rryat ::! V, Ili. A ('07k. .
farm. SAILEMAN WANTED to h,.ll to gro Vk.N .Ta.1. Tl A.. Mrs J. T. Hogan of St Petersburg. cer,. drugglists aid co.nfetl-loier, .
who has been in the city for the Ipast $ioi, rwr month aid d. i.e.les, Call Fare 1 .50
several days visiting her mother. Mrs. fornla C'idr & Extrat Co St I-ul-
8 M.. itherloun. left e..sterda) for Missourl -- ('AR S F R HIRE--
High Spriuga to pa) a short -it .
to friends, at tiat IlaceIt bw'for retlurn-i
ling it4 ,il.r i ,n '., TTit- UT
The roglilar LI nwietmi ac ..?inif if i*-I 11-TMB STATES KPhMThT- I

Womal n a lioac MI shsioll otsie ty of the
Me-ihimilat church %illl It. h.l It in the
Ivl it re' reo-uac uf tho ihurt 1, a1lhip.i Tuoe
dw i ~ aft* t atiotac at :! :;it it I- Ik .All
Ulee r.utllit are ankeed l tol Io. I.t.j.. it .ctd
%i cu. 'a will r. t, .4 %* A 4 41411 1 111-11i case
\lr- W 1"I Hok -f jtok mail %14
hlis ha. bIncitIt@- wit Iot f\Mr, I1W
'Tcreiih leer the Ium! .tfeu 4.1.- reer io-c
r. lhe.iice -14 ti i' St.* c d
it%, r it) lt lit tl I c
11. OZt is I r a..-isI ci ha-, Ilg I

TA:. % o r S I aitee n & lift

Aelllcnsl Short Items on ooip Tvo


tional Bank


capitall $1MI,(iI.I

Surplus, $li'.,(XI0.00

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