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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 9, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01692
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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1*)TA XX U. Nil. io, A I -N ES'VILLE. HOIIA, P1'I giN Iis VISIIAY. I N1 F9. 1909 I


FEN C(K.To4 A WEIR


TARIFF BILL MAY YET


WASH


'ill 'AGU. June b -Prof. (k-orge-
l. I'eiitcr of the nitle-rall ofC ('hi
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dethrone the. cbhuc-h and de-f c \-olu
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HER FIRST ELEVATOR CONFEDERATE VETERANS
RIDE PROVES IIER LAST


MEET ITS WATERLOON ,- s -- ASSEMBLE IN REUNION
%ihtt to N'A York and hlir h t 'L rt%1.
lin an eslt atlr. Miss1 Le 11:1 S hc iui.-

crats ad osrgent Repblicuas Nay Vote 'akein ."ar wascrus* deith Stars ar Bau Sti Strie Fly hm a
e yesterday afternoon when ter he adr
Doh the C ence Rep"rt o Su as caught .wt* een ti thet fl(kor fa tt.
the elevator and the sixth floor of the
Fiatlrom building. The party was he-
INOTON, June $.-There is publican senator to tbe writer: "If Ing chaperoned by Mrs. Charles M. MEMPHIS. Tenn., June 8.-- With or the details abo ly wrmed It
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one angle of the tariff situation that
Is being discussed In Washington
more than any other. That Is the,
posslbiity of a defeat of the Aldrlch-
Payne measure n the House through
a comblnation of Democrats and pro-
ressive Republicans. The subject is
on everyone's tongue Just now.
It s said there Is a plan on foot
to reject the conference report on
the bill and force a second and poe
albly even a third conference with the
view to compelling concesions In
various schedules.
It 1a impossible to say whether the
bl will be defeated in this manner.
It all depends on the number of Re.
.pubScan that can be aligned with the
Democrats. The latter will vote al-
most boldly to reject the conference
report.
There has been no conference be-
tween the Democratic leaders and the
progressive Republicans on the sub-
ject. The potwition of the DIemocrats
Is: "We are against the bill at e%-ry
jump la the road. and will 'c,(e
against it almost to a man. If you
progressive Republicans of the House
will vote with up we can reject the
conference report and compel im-
,rovemenuts."
The leaders of the House Insurg-
*ents have made a canmass. When a
I.-publican Congressman returns to
V. :shlngton after a short vliit in his!
4 trict he is immediately approached
l, the Insurgents. IHe is asked, to
1\t, alith Ihe' I uenicilat.. In I olm11
1: t:tnces Rtepubllcanl hlavc Ircnisr.c
4i %Ulte' against the- coutlln-re tl c riloolt.
cii the ground lthlaer (.i.. ltUt.ute de'-
I. :t d isuch a(ti o <()il1. t, l.tt. r ilI
(i r 1n the inimurgei't that ci',< m
t 1 iCe- l is hait arIa i I i 'ici, I t-i;isj
t!;'eni to %o 'w fa- r, hl, t t0 i.- t '."-
.iL. of the ttsriT Ibill li *. i
t chaingei Irt i l'l I U ., ..
II.. I I that I in 1 I' .. I .


It,, lln. ild h> ii ..1." t .i *.1-,,
(c* ti\e'd tIh I I,'., k rit lii .
I Ie*' f) n4 > r ("; .. l-t. r 1 4 ,
-I i-d on tho- I -art of i.'ti.ri' Ili
, : \ IlUu h l teh'l e ll 4 ... l is ,h ....
.i. ln urge-ntt uill \%,t, ith thelu
it, : je-ct tht ( c 'nfferTlic r. |Ix1" S' p,
A.! the insurge-nti ho,('l ,r. arl. ii .
sanguine. Said a iroglrc, r% i 'H"


a vote should be taken on the tarif
bill today In the House the measure
would be defeated. Hut Cannon-Al-
drich force., aware of this condition.
are active, and by the time the re-
port of the conferee Is submitted for
a vote It is my opinion that enough
Isuroents will either be bought or
frightened Into line to pass the tarIlf
bill."
A leader among the House lnsur-
gents, who is Jut now devotlag much
of hs time to working up sentiment
la favor of a combination, believes the
plan will be suceesful. His view la
interesting:
"When the House was organized
the combination of Insurgents and
Democrats lacked just four votes of
enough to defeat Cannon for \he
speakerashp. There were a number
of votes which were pledged against
Cannon In the event that enough
others could be found to make. with
These. a majority of the House. The
total Democratic and Republican
votes thus pledged lacked just four
of enough to defeat the Speaker. For
Ithe lack of the final four a number
which were ready to enter a success-
ful combination neter appeared.
"That Indicates bow near insur
agency came to revolution at that
time. Today it is much stronger
than it was then because so many
members have been home and found
!out how determined is the antagonism
to this bill throughout the Middle
i Veit.
**I hae iiI.a f just. (onie from ni)
dl.itritrl and I found people talking
in Juat two ways. One element :
'(;Get the bill lipsed as loon a- ios
sible and come holemie *o -' can re-
open the fight The others Iay:
I I li.di a r- -.-c ito a ht l I),'lpubllican
audi.i t'ce in nti d) itrie t. tanld a.- in
'tcr '.|, .i I a 1l n ,) -thioj le O i ',I .
c(' II t, : e\! IIut w ill I, l', IIIu
Sr.ati( '
\1 d I r t.li. \\' a lI. a lI t e,?
wt r.-- tlin 1'1, nial hapiwIni for the-
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goit 111 :atad un hl sIc I rit jw t
~iz t 11 1 01. 1 1131o1 U11Ihlll t1.plilhde'l
thtet ass all That.. .the- satt % h.i
feel. IDon't miake a Iilistke- about it -


Hall. daugnhtr of JuWge Anon I.
Parker.
When four of the girls started to
descend in the elevator. Lcna fell for.-
ward In a faint, her head near the
door of the car. The car stopped.
but started up agatn. The head of
the girl rolled over the edge of the
car and the protruding ledge of the
floor caught and crushed her skull,
broke her neck and crushed In her
chest. She died I taatly.
The elevator boy was placed under
arrest ao a technical charge of bomil-
cide.

says that miracles have always been
the refuge of ignorance and that mod-
ern technic must take the place of
magic. I wonder what he mans by
modern technic.'
"He declares that ascence has under-
mined the Trinity-of course, that Is
in his own mind. He says that Jesus
was a child of hi .time and that to
copy Jesus is to kill the soul. He
makes a tirade against the clergy.
He says that the book of humanity is
greater than the Bible.
"The title of his book should have
been 'Religion Without Cbristlanlty.'
He is guilty of the supreme conceit
of ranking self greater than ChristL
lie styles our grand old bok as the
ietrifled reii.ains of that Christlan re
lilloo.' "
Through it H l Prof. Fo,'te'r's 17-year
,old rovn mat lith flush-'d checks and
-hluing eyeK.
At latt. unab)l,k to reitraln hlmswlf
losewr. he half rmo'c and cried:
"Why don't ? 'n r-.lie the book
anid not the man?"
The w-.a-ker Ipid e o attention teo
ith. i< i.it rruli i ni
When the motion was made to 4-x
iwl Prof. Foster there were cries of
Second It" from all over the hall.

HIGH SPRINGSS NOTES.

So:.il and Personal Happenings From
That Busy Town.
11 li SI'NHI(;.4. Junei- The enI
tiriailnlliti t I: II 1>b the Pythlau Si> .
ter., of lMizrinh lasIlKe' No. 1: to the
KniiKghl and their fricndl lapIt week
was a charmiliiK uc(cet.ss. After the
addlre-s of eleoounie by Mrs. Annie
Plhifer. M. E. ('. a -ry charming pro
gramui was efficiently rendered. The
blanld gavc three -.hl'ctioni. and as thil
was their first performance In public.
it was appreciated. The refreshments
colnsistIn of punchb and cake wer'
llb-rally distributed.
E. H oGod in received a painful
hurt Saturday b) falling from a
llght of steps. He held little Iill*e
Ilow by the hand and In trying to
,hl, ld himl hte r-c -il.ed the full force
uf Ih- r.fall
Thurston Futch. who has been*i


rroult 1h- ('i4,111.- oin' Itc.acIninaiIloll r' i.pnding a week at home with hlp
;I. I 4ad" ,Iint.her. 1let --tc. rda for a trip to
'1o' Fo. lrpter dl* larger. h*ald Re.. St I '(trsburg
\ A lth e T rtIa-r ac-al.- T I ('.,,, ., .|.ui, (;T. k
Itaull-'tl hurch. thatl i %l- hi t c.ll. il to li % iltig r, l.ttll .-
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t"-* tars and the nras and the uar
Spangled Banner tapping largely and
amicably In the soft breease of a
typical Southers day. with the picture
of Southern hoaes allied with tose
who foht for the North, with the
streets filled with thousand of vie-
tters with here sad tre through
the throng the soft pay and gold of
the eause that millions revere, the
Coanderate Veterans' renin bega
yesterday.
The formal program deo at he-
gin until today. lBt am day tou
special ad relar trals paed
olslly Into the Blu City of Teason
ee and debauched their thousands of
passenger upon the platform. The
botels, taxed to their capaciy, have
utllned every spare lch oft oape aad
the balls and corridor are ilod with
narrow cots upon which repose ond
matured but eathusiatle vistors to
the reunion. rom every store ad
office and private reside eaf
strung the national colors. The Star
and the arn sad the sited eous-
try's fa Boat side by side m every
hand.C ig signs tell of State. depart-
ment and dvistoo headquarters. Uni-
formed and courteous guides are at
the service of visitors, and to even
look tI doubt means a polite ofer of
assistance from both the ea and
women who wear the badge, "I live
here. ask me.."
There probably never has bee a
Coqfederate reunion at which the ar-
ranglnentsl have lteon Mo complete
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any depot Is Memphis wIwt hMe
carteeu stranar brufg "A
you a vtistwr
laformat .. burmaa.m. d d
no e ma empmla tAt I --I
tiuom aemt afurmbed. l A a m
ball In MalW tleet nid a eG inMi1y
has provided 'meal tree the a day
for the old boys gray. Teay m
the tamllar brans and mbn & e
hard teb amd eAse, tin sMam to
ael th ot-ee de tnm to asu m
Supply. H@idme f 1 -I ld
dtai t mfbrutmn m G -'- md NOl
spelmtnod the pmonp of am t
as we as the onw1 ofI an"d wim


ton isa yr td a o-men -

0lerlt ressp e to
that every visi tm Wa a n4
The el f adme ofo the mWi-
Ows nadyat 10v.mato M
hall, when Majer m. 1. W.
-IIbk Im N O IIOw L IL Ild i
wi ll the b aml tlaoNt. -80
wil be weon" nSgoS
addres et m Iweas sm aI .

btstaees. ei
There wN he n Bunst parade lnte
afterneen, a meeting f vutaMS led
goms of vets to behor Ithe f
the Confedery t he evemu, du
a boat IMe a theo uha-ml .
the after te tbe, o be
plseed a Bvie the hremi duted
for the w Stat mmeet in bmo eo
the woms of the 6stedeny.


Change of Venue For



Kelley and Davidson


circuitt ('Cout Inet Tuesday morning
iurMuant to adjourntu-nt of Monday.
.Judge Wills' iresidilng.
At the conclubson of taking evi-
dent in the case of the A. C. L as.
tile Melton Lunbl r Co. action to
re ple in a lociootive, arg. tiinwt In
the (ae wan deferred until the at
t-. rI* Ii i ,c'.se cin.
The case of the Statel v. D. M
)avldson and Jamesh Kelley. murder.
was called and change of veinu
grant to Putnamn county The case
will Iw tried In Palatka on June rl.
Kosa l.ismore. colored, charged with
grand larc-ue. ple"d guilty to petlt lar
ceny. whith |le- was a'ce.pte#. b
the Slate This I t he caseu where
a whole week's washing of clothes
Iwllomglng to P M Prewitt and fam
lIy San stolen. Ulltha Usuuor,.. buh-
band of Rosa. l )yet to be tried upon
ther :trll*- charge
The case of Iknran Jordan. charl


ed with the murder of Gee. L Brynt.
marshal of High Spraigs. wasa t
tar 8:30 Wednesday monia, at
which time a specui veire of thirty
is returnable from whbke to eet
a jury. Judge Syd L. Cter ad
Col. H1. A. Thrasher are eesn-el h
Jordan
Afteree- Ses"el.t
At the afternoon aeess-- the aae
of the A. C. L vs. the Ma-oi ILlber
Co. was resumMd, aumeati the
ciase being made by Judge MeUte
I)*Is and Col. Christopher Matbes
for defendant, while CoL I. A. ur-
ford closed for plaltif. Jedf WUb
-barged the Jury as to tIe a1w i
the case, after which the al mea
retired for a few mome-nt a&d MturI-
,cd a verdict for the defednt. Col.
isurfoid gave notice of a motai for
a new trial.
Court thea adjourned atill :3
Wednesday moramal


As Result of Hanging Scene



Lad Is Now Near to Death


Al LA\IA VIA ,c I A'xi t ic- Aie-i ilt
.tall etIes I10, I I e I 1 h I l, I' "I-avI to( ccci' I.,


usche,-r Ltmbak )a#d with one of their
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TAKE ALL OF NEW AND EST
CLOTNHINO MONDAY NIGT.

Ne Cli Ha o ft eseveord by th
on0 ee to Who the oullty
pat A* e.

fneak thieves entered the pretlag
club of D. F. Framler. at 107 Garden
street, sometime drting Monday night
and cleaned up his outfit, taking all
of the best clothe the assortment
contained.
Among the stole n oods were seven
tuD mew satts, toesbtr with two or
ore skirts that a had just gotte
i foom has reular rutomer nad
the loea to him sla very heavy e.
for the goods hardly be replaced
.tleftortl. y.
narsha Arew has been ottird of
the theft art Is ual his every eeurt
to aprebmd te uitwy party or par-
ase, b1t up to a late hor Tueda
ea had at dieovered eves the
sme trees of the robbery.
rder bed ea bees to eperatin
a shrt Vhe, d Was hated to the
sem I nemely m by Mustin.

OENISS TNH CHARGE.
Ow os- c m That He Wme Net
Afempf a t- al
.L I. Owome, ae ns saed
Vhis I Me i -I te eet y jaila os
-adee a 1 ta ta oT
m demrlna ebarge that be at
tempted to emape erm pime aeing
Wth the bther am aIt wek.
tlIewilg nO the latter:
"In God we Trust.
"Cemot Jail
"I have aid ever sn I wasu co
vieted that I woM *aot try to get
away. and I maa JuMst what I said.
I vID suMfr death betfoe I wlm leave
My wife ao d baby aad the mly way
I wll part from them is by being
hung. It is a great wrong to say
that I was with the men that were
trying to get away. I am trusting i
My God, through Jesus Christ. Ames.
"R. H. OWENS."

OSee Nipples.
Amy mother who ha had experience
with this distressing ailment will be
pleased to know that a cre may be
effected by applying Chamberlaln's
Sfalve as soon as the child is douv
nersIng. Wipe it of with a soft cloth
before allowing the babe to nurse.
Many trailed nurses use this salve
with best results. For sale by all
druggibts.
Pleasant Picnic Party.
Worthnlaton Springs is proving
the popular picnic grounds for Gaines-
ille, ctiztlens this saehon. with the
result that not a day ipah.s but il :,,
the early train carries a large (-r,, \i
of |ileaure Anioung the larKge crowd that left .* ,
t,.rday were M1.4danixes O. C. TouUt.
W. 1i D)ckiNu.on, J. P. Ilauknight. (
P. Doruma. .Marvin Phlfer. L'i,
Junes'. and MSlla-'ce I Evi asuklnighi
Maiuile Shutt. Lizzie Whiddon a.
Mrtr..ll l( Cri;l(.

A Vital Point
The most delicate part of a han.
is It s boa els. Every ailment that
It rulers with attacks the bowels asl
so endangering In most cases the life'
of the Infant. McGee's Haby Elixir
cures diarrhea. dt seutery and all
derangements of the stomach or
bowels. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
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The Seat Advice.
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Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Grt%, Cardq Seed daa Fertttlhm
SOUTH io seD UAI --- GAIMUVILLE, rLO IDA.
HiWgese moest -e pad fr Chikema, gsm ad ~th Prtams
A O-bt ste k f ar. Cer. Oa. nwrr, bra. Mealt Cotem
SMd Meal mt Rye. We hbde saly the Very aet goode
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VeOW -on"dor to *em senate,%
o s ai d ti apat a enmeil
PmW smd t la at the e-me
as a~t at@e* ade O are .
119b mto, bMer mer kan
O e .TI- wasrud r r aet Ur
-M A fmes COlmshob meved t
at o W a rt sreadg. The
mme aM lat bF Ai eatmem -stt,

edw hit e ead ft nd votng
An Srdlea toMe Md M s m2

tarsa ofPAmou naoidthia the Cold
ate imits of the City of Gaines-
L" wams red n and A u erma Col-
dar rewed its dptUo. Roi call-
ed ad tho s vottaU "ao" were Presl-
deat Breoom Aldermen Phlfer and
Pmand. Those vo g "aye" were Al-
dermes Durnett. Colclougb. Graves
and Ooedwnl. Cared.
Metkm to place ordinance on ta-
ble was lost and the attempt to iass
It em its second reading suffered a
like fate.
Aldermas Pound moved that the old
steam landry building be condemned
and the owner be given thirty days
ia which to remove same. which was
carried .
TIe location of Seminary street
was referred to street committee with
Iatstructio that surveyor be in-
strcted to establish a line.
Alderman Colclough moved that
street committee have road roll I
placed Ia good repair and placed un-
der sWlter. Caried.
Upow motims of Alderman Graves
adjouramest was taken.

U IUELT @O1 F K6WM SClU
LMUW hM A TO M" ATh

(Continued from Page One.)
faint to a limb of a nearby tree Then
Girard was "et down." The Ila)-
mates became frightened and ran to
the house, where they informed their
grandmother of hbat bthey bhad done.
When taken down the little bou'
was blue In the face. every mIue-le.
was rigid and he wua uucounclouau
After four physicians hhad worked
with him for two hours the little
fellow roaiJed consoiouosnese and it
wU aomuwaced at a late hour last
nilht that he, had anu enu chance for
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THtE DAILY SUN: I4AIN'ks LLE, WOIUIDA, JUNK 9, 109
___ __


STATE MEETING OF

nIAlUACEUTICA ASS

CONVENES IN ANNUAL BOSION
AT ELKS HOME TODAY.

Large Atter'rcea From~ At: Part of
Ficrida Will be Prcs.:t-Ex.
aIinati.rs T;.esoy.

I he $itate l'ii i iai. ,e'tlit'l A -o< Ic-
tlon will coli\ itcn l al. .iU l l- i'-1ll
today and the city of: G(; .t -\. .,. ill
be 'turned o%(r' t ) t{he', I l~ r..re oi
this iarofes.lon.
The nmeetting ill I tallied tUs order
l|rio pill.' at 0*.l" o'oclw!; at ih :-Ik
Club and the public reception will
occur at this building at 11 o'clock.
Mayor Horatio Davis will deliver
the welcome address, the retplons,' to
be made by Wm. 8. Oppenhelmer.
when the "pill rollers" will be given
the entire freedom of the city.
Following the address will come
the reception. and It is hoped that
a large number of ladles will be pres-
ent to welcome the members of this
profession In a manner betting the
citizenship of Gainesville.
Following is the program for to-
day:
9:30 a. m.-Meeting Florida State
Pharmaceutical Assocation, Elks
Club.
Address of Welcome-Mayor Davls.
Respon-se-Wm. S Oppenhelmer.
President's Address.
11 a. m.-laormal Receptiom of the
Ladles. lks Club.
1 p. m.--gLche0a.
:30 p. m.-Meetagt called to order.
Address.
3 p. m.-Ladles Card Party.
5 p. i.-Ptris sntest.
6 p. m.--upper.
p. .--Bauquet. White rouse.
Yesterday afternoon the board of
examiners was In session. Twenty-
three applicants were present to tak
the examination.I

If you are not satisfied after using
according to directions twothirds of
.a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach nd
Liver Tablets, you can have your
money back. The tablets cleanse and
Invigorate the stomach. Improve the
digestion. regulate the bowels. Give
them a trial and get well. Sold by
all druggists.


OUR MOTTO: Bt Smis

it he Lwest Prices
-WE IAVE TIEN I 11KC-
AGENTS FOR
L. C. Srith Gun.
Draper A Maynard Sporting Goods
Dangler Gasoline Range.
Yale A Towne Builders' Hardware.
J. B. Colt & Company Acetelyne
Gas Machines.
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynold
Paint.
L. J. McClosky Snow White Ena:-
**l.
Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White
Darnar Varnish.
AGENTS FOR
Marko & Company, Ltd, Pure White
Imported Sweedish Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
Acme WaInecoat Plastr.
Preecoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mf. Co's. Stoves and
Ranges of all Kinds.
Pttaburg Special Field Fence, also
Hog Proof Fence, all widths.
AGENTS FOR
The Grand White Moentain Refrige-
rator.
We sell all kinds of Mill Supplieks
Steel Split Pulleys, tal Shaftin
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittlngs, Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stllons
Wrenches, Marco 1piral Packinln
High Presure Packing of all kinds,
Hydraulic Peaking. Poenrthy Injectors
and Lubricators. Garfield Ejectors and
Injectors, Flue Expanders, Flue crap-
ers, oiler Rivets. Cap and Set
Sc -r s.
Also Turpentine Supplies. Council
Tcl:s,. Black Joe Hacks and Pullers,
Batting, Schovl Hoes. Hoop Iron,
Brirs atrairer Wire, Galvanixed Wire
C;cth, No. 2. No. 3, and No. 4 mesh.
In fact, when you are in want of
i.,thing don't fail to see the Gaines
vili Hardware Company. We gave
votes on all purchases made for cash
and payrrsnts on account in the Co
Operative Contest.
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NATURE'S WARNING IASAU Dmr

.Gai..nsvill Pepl.. M,....ut Re U H LV
ai"d HSd It.
Kl'ney Ills come quietht-al)ste- ILKS WILL LINE UP AGAINST
r! ouly.
Ilut nature alral wanir ou. THE "BALL TOSER.L"

:* '. : t' .l -*:'ll :Ia'jl .ei a' Ga to *o Played fcr Benelt of Uni.
i .' .* 4 tI :',, i.t 1 li t .' |';iiln :(..
fcP Ford Oe the Club
S .... i.,4,t i u 0. 1 %%1 ,' .1. tfcrn F rd 9v th* Club
P" at 4 O'c'ock.
T,. .. : ofn lil' ht'o ()!!.a :r dia.
h;:.' dot.c r.'.t nwL rA :. t I'; I Thit, i.n!(Lrnm fad of the (l;ok la all
" :1' I .:. la 'l n;al a.~:reIJ : n is ttill (vflelnt.
t .i. .nt,, .Ii of a tari" !ri. and another .tam1e is to lIt t lilaxed on
!;,.... tTrou;.i-. Tit- kidt.. .- '(e re .. z.. the diamond at the laik Thurpda.
'..r. *l*** iriluent. in lalamie., t.ula.i afternoon to complete the aniouni
.' "re,'*s'.tl rannoyanc' and I .uI- that will be necssa y for the utl-
f-r. -i;: tntly frhim backaches andlI
dull I|li|s through the kildne,,.. 1 I'rnis
could not rest well and in the morning This time the team Is selected from
aro-e feeling tired and worn out My the best players amoao the Elks:
back became ery aio e arndI often They will go up agaliut the Oak Hall
found it dlfficult to set around. I at
hi agth r-ed about Doan's Kidney Pills *a'regsion of artists, and Manaer
and procured a box. Since using DI U sl says It will be a game well
thn. I have been free from back. worth the a ttedace-,o the eitilsem
aches ad the soreness and lamenes <


has disappeared. The annoyance from
th kidney secretoms also ceased and
I m able to sleep well. Dean's Kid-
ney Pills benefited me .adetfully
and I can recommend tbem as the
best kidney remedy I ever used."
For sale by all dealers. Price 0
cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buf lo,.
Sew York. aole gets for the United
States.
Remember the name--Doma's--ad
take no other.




U ON OEAI INM

CONTRACTOR KING SUSPENO
WORK IFOR ABOUT TEN DAY&

FinCt Conslglpa of Steo e and Stoel

Arrive s fr onthe B and
ls geing Plased.


President W. W. King. of the King
Lumber Company, has completed all
3f the concrete work for the new
Government buildlan now tgin erect-
ed in this city, and suspended opera-
tions to give it more time to fully
season before placing the structural
steel in place.
The firt carload of steel has arriv.
ed. also the first car of granite. and
this will be followed regularly from
.low on weekly, or as fall as the
.'orkmen can get the orders filed.
ite.fore departing Tuesday for his
home In Charlottsville. Vs.. Mr. King
tated that after he again started
p, rathion. which would be in about
"'cn- days. he would keep a large force
"niployved on the building, and that
work would only cease when waiting
f~r material or the weather.
For a 'litv the siLe of Gainesville
he states that we will have the finest
;a:d twht constructed 1puhlie building
of any city he kInowin o. alid thel ctll-
Lcna are to be congratulated oin ,ut h
a liberal appropriation.
The new material is being unloaded
hy LDvis & Oliver. and the new lore
man for the company will arrive
within the next week to take charge
of the building where Mr. King has
left of,. and rush it as fast as p1o0-


Men Pas Fifty in Danger.
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief In Foley's Kidney
Kiemedy. especially for enlarged pro-
:ate gland. which is very common
.moung elderly men. L. E. Morris.
letter. Ky.. writes. "l'p to a year
ago my father sulered from kidney
aud bladder trouble and several ph)mi-
clans pronounced It enlargtnent of
the prostate gland and advised an
operation On account of his age
we Ser afraid he could not stand
It and I recuatmended Foley's Kidlne
Remedy, and the fist bottle re lie-ed
him. and after taking the second but
tie he *as no longer irouhled with
tis caoulllllatlt J. W MIr('ollumi

Card of Thanks.
\\. d. ir< to ** r'a r.- our Ithadlilnk
Ih. nui) frifiids alld (IClitiiais who
,l g, i ruul il) anlritl d us dutlig the
i., i aliil d utlh of our iun J'ranik.
i,1l liir-t Ildt wi e u.a) at Prol(o" fu ure
lil,'- I l,4llt to rlpa) thiet-I
liEN. iII.AlCil A.l %%IF1 :

CAPUDINE for 'THAT HEADACHE."
t(ut LI t Uihl' Healdt II' 3aid us:rv-
.- 1ihi, lllC' Ip.K I:, (' illn D ue


We atays Istay in the eload n eve'.,
thing in our i.* ejurt tIv tLij.g tfu f t ),)u 1,,r buiaotvem
ivar a t1e U cl Lra t1 aer to*
s~ggE5VLE MRIW (WPCM"PIN y ~.1. At (It .,g


Among some of the players that
will be lined up for the Elk are:
Gardner. Cratesa B. M. Tech. ee
Graham. Dr. Morris, sad other ol
ball players that would make any
team get out and bustle for the runs.
The material of the Oak Halls will
consist of a large part of the mew ma-
terlal that has arrived to take part
with us during the season. and the
people will be gives an opportunity
to see them on their first try ot.
Aside from the fact that the game
will be an Interestin one, you should
lend encourasevuent toward It. for it
will assist the boys ia getting up a
strong fund. provided there is ay
over after paying for the uniforms.
The full lme-up of both teams will
be gives tomorrow, sad the game will
be called promptly at 4 o'clock. This
bela a half-holday with the dry
goods stores. t I probable that the
others will be closed the same as last
Thursday.


YESTEiDAFS RESULTS

IN SOUTH ANTIC

The scores in the South Atlantic
League yesterday were as follows:
Augusta 10. Columbus 0.
Jacksonvllek 3. Chattanooga 4.
Macon I. Charleston 2.
Savannah 4. Columbia 0.

Variety.
"1 can't s e why yu don't like hotel
life." said Mrs. 4;r:lr.erry "It re
llke's a woman rtf all her cares and
gIlee her so mucb ire liw me Now.
honestly. don't you find that home
cooking I weI:e rather alonm tonus"Y
"Not of all." replfvd Mrs. Park
"Why. my denr. we bave a new cook
every few weeks."


INSTANT RELIEF FON

DREAD CATAIRI

Why don't you get rid of that nasty
hunillating di'jebe catarrh?
You can do it If you really want to.
Itut )ou can't cure catarrh In a
fe.w days. that's an utter impossibil
it). because there is no reed)
auoun that will kill the catarrh germs
in )hat short time.
ltul you can cure catarrh If you
*ill ha,.' a little itlence and breath*
in Io)uyuml. (pronounced High-.me)
three or four times a day.
lIyomel is a powerful antiseptic and
germ killer air. It is made from the
fuid extracted from the eucalyptus
trees of inland Australia where catar
rb has wvier existed.
It gives rellef instantly. stops
hawking in a few days and Is guaran
teed to cure catarrh. asthma, croul
and brouchlUs or mosey back. A
comupletu outfit, including inhaler.
(.'t. It& M. and e tra botti's of Hy
omel if afterward ,tneed, *ost but LAo
c4-int. Bold b) leading druggllls
Ss.r>) ttere.
lI)yomel certainly saved uny lif-
and I accord it the (redlit which it de
c.rnes and ae*rlta There is nothlfin
tuo I round fur ite' to say rf'gardliaa
ll>omuu I Mlr. Ada lopkluI... ('ul
tenr areiIu.e ('oidwatlr. Mlch. AuKio-I






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A COUPLE OFp "PIOK-UP VIS O znrt
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One of the mest vak able-fea ep
of our ervio, to our a sr brnere ans.d eeu ip
to the pMulis generally. Ms or eamoees i tnd
ties with the t et.neive lNg d nsoe tinSL
Itn s of the Amelrtea Telephsne and lty b
TOleroph Company and the eas wr .a arrs-gm
selated iSell Telephaneo mpeales phee soe
We own thomeandm of miles of a a Bell
distance Ines ln the seven States i ak I Or
which we operate and In additioen an eoammne
omnect any toleph ea Ina r system in the me
with lines eatenoing to any ether oty This v
It which a 6l** Telephone saytemi tI in thre
eprated. daily Is a
Thef loIn daiaear e...* re f *t e ao by
most modern andr mhwap d ea li i e I
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THUKmdb ema NTFIW w ur e


WML TWS iWm e*

TIo t s oI t proert of tnreu
mw TWAI ad R stsuam Jews to
-IIa ned the foundlas there
of S Io uats e will suc to s.-
er ul. As to tih eatry itselt. the
sit e Weeltly tertlt, bet like a
s OW d oal of e a Weterm tand
It aMeb IrriUtio Im orer to be pro
dttlve. It Is tated that to retor
It|he O4tme 1 product vlty 840.We."O
mweaM reo re .at that sm. oeat
s t Is, wll be seedily fortheomelm
from weaohy Jw If the Ida m-
tertiabs.
put win the Jews or aay cesider-
abto ab-- of them io to Me"oaUm-
It? As or the Jvews a Turkey sad
suese da emeKle Is so letrable
tIat -t ae Y a e wag would be for
ae %~tr. TM may lduece many of
e 4wa4turMa people to go it
the way ps. t o er as eaM-
em e te Jwi t thoi eonty it Is es-
tremeif ANsr that may weoul a,
the Jews may m very hude
h-et Wlite nm the ri m rgs
wast -MA 7e hrmer mot.mi MW
w tok Id 9r b *m n
to.r A maglht, but Uat athouh
m to t a- to mo othem live
a a p wy 3 os bs hlt i Da
Pd ems esui or am a

pi -o he -t hbme I
ft 60hOm ofSm m NWho w
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me be sPoo" 6aamit m bhe

tses il as mi sw Teu me

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S11 ma wuu


A MST MPLAINT.

i tmd &-In the me l-
ot Is various use-
am Iof eMM-, me ampedamy of
Sspmed at whet smm mmebeem
m btwea I alevme alnad m-
s eM beo taken bym det-
f hease amiaN to sIa the
mpo ~tmal mnd w dwa ospod
Wh6m 0eat a rm oa dbinmW
aMU t am a to dmagr~1a a po
"llm-, aned eomnim of vshtou e

m.M My pep arem beci tm-
Sed at Me week se with wdhie
- --mm of u
dge Sambme an O.. pow ansed
tir ndlemss the pubbe high-
, we wOu ld gbe amrpwbed
at Os mve of a eriel tragedy re-
Mimng nom seeh rkecklesw Dos't
le0,et Mr. Amnmsoallsn that other
pomp" s e b me rIghtsU as the public
highway as well as )yoursa..


PreSMnt Taft ha ow occupied
the WIte House a little over three
moeth,. mad the Arst months of the
new admIatatration have brought to
the bueoese world just what It antlel-
pated-a period free from cmnvult-onl .
excltemeats and strenuous policies.
The country Isn nJoyina an adminis-
tratlto that means recuperatilo and
a "let uatone" pollcv. It has had
each of reforms for the time being.
It waMt to adjust Itself to the policies
whb h Taft's predecesor has be-
qeatbed. This does not mean that
Taft will sit Idle and e a quiet
olooker. He will act when the timn.
comes, but only whbn grave abuse,
elamor for a remedy. He evidently
pefers to be a conservator than a
pathander. His character Is uit of
the qiet Jdicial ladmimlstator of
the trt played Ia o s ands. It
CaMsot. however, be ald that the
ermy admialetraotIo of his predece
lt has n- iem d In -@ for the
e1 b a AMu IN a tw tow
cntry. It Nhas lted the nation
WM a Meo r a-ndard of beusiner
IMta o th pee a of tahes
wAo mans a new era o healthy pr
pis sMA basting m vemuntn.

The O. .As to redce the duty
Mr TMearM. Doubaess kft res

Nad Nmay po e to sleep ut beore
a meIt CiOases.oseuetoput
On WO 0 a Pa &I OkCaa

N the eim s -- -- iso eaty t oae
"2 Ia r s& e er us" os
I suo Oar nrtt lera ee ae u -
be (og a tme e bty m
I to laseed W Masses .
TMs Is the time the teoad le@mad
wad M to tuek a hnadr doltr
Ml toa Msi bMl er a r1s agers or her
smumas shopb.

Mr. T ftad owum hard ao Is D.
Nse tlat tre i tutorial Ceam DI-

recesattlan.

A WtlheBa4ure P) woman was
saved from drowning by her big hat
It m t havie been a canoe.

No amount of leverness is a sub-
sitate for a little common bonesty in
the people's rtwpr"Wematives.

Every ow and then the Baltimore
ad Ohio picks up a new railroad.

Act Quiekly
nd yro will save yourself a lot of
. fferlng and trouble. If tyo have a
sudden chill-or take co.d-if you
bare colic, cramp or uizrrhoea d.a~ t
wait a minute Take at once a ti-a
spoonful of Perry l Da i' Pankziller iu
a half a glass of hXt water or mi!k
You'll be safe and on the right road
t) quick recovery. Then I you'll e.ca+
,tr!iot ilhl-s.. But yol ought to h3\
hip tri.-dl and iro tfn rt-nvd %o hand
frw immediate ue iti ug l reoarttl
.s !alf th,- hatt ,e hetn thtra'* puin to
-utlue. New L ae bottles 3c.. also in
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," The S re will ever be a reapportion
S1mM t of rproentatioa In the Leit*-
ter Iba ed upon popalatok. as re-
m ~m e The ChartIe. quied by the Coustlttko. until a
m_ em l wuwos tom bmew i Catl"m-a Coavetioe is ld--
o aam am mm m mWmethod oI devised to
Saba -a o lmpel members to comply ith th.
-- Coasttatiou. Reprisentatit .. fr.;
pldIg- P oL ala rey counties like ilaniton. Ilr.adi:rd
= 68 Ab a& B d an- sa sNau.. Susrante 'Ia llln. J lrerP,:0
40 M0 bhe oe"sgt pa ty t 1aoA. Saan Rt u an, d othb.rr %.' 4t
fta- 4 a le m as W6 pe- r half the popuLltun of Alaihua. b'
Si whblch hate the anrre r. ;rs.w:itatJo


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-'-- as b o OMWI&Y MO IeSS



T% p Lkathw mad i' Is stedil
S-ee faw bora e are msw
The M- 1The lImA W baa Iha m

S-me" t P 0e0 -a t see
Umeuhacribon Uh% qt bes
OA dm Domober I S. 19"o Cab
pow toithe tob MWAO
a bWow ochewiG?


tI the Legislature. sill nearr tote f',
a reappor'tolcnmnt bawed upon Io",u
Nt Ik_ They hate tte power to ipre
vst such reaippor.lonmut. and th-.'
have aow er falkd to exercise suc'
power. irrespective o the dire-t c ,u
mad of the Co'nutltutl[..

Te peopWl are crittictin the lxe-
Itulre for hatimg dooe nothing during
th. -a sIx*y daty s..,.sin Th,.


crwtiism I s tKhing bos cfoi.atfckA-401 KLiittlike ti
ed W th ocsssng* th me Mbera oU fin hrh iv .
ha. bed admslitered t. thient had iv 1 i6V iTprm) dl 3 ai ptv of 11cia
s ot .ti >tt tt h tite tit 14,1
edinto b law


The readers of thi. I Aj cr OIll t t-ict Iwri*-.et l pI-t-'i -
plaed to learn that thbre I' at latI-*&- ftor vIi in.t.
*dreded disease tattlt l r. L
hea ale to cure is all its 1sV.I- IiftUht umk ji amalstr.et rtan.
Mad tt is catrrb HAlls 0C&T.rr I
Cur. 'k the oty p C.~.t .urkI V? kuW.
to the fmedical fatr~'Cat rin m cu

qUiwV* at ovrttle tatnC.t
Hall's Catrrib Curv I *ta u irt nL tru
aly. acting dtrwt! ulpo the blu. j r*
Sjd mugCmaU surtae t of the oviet u
Uherety 40*troIng the foutndalko Of;
the disease. and 61lag the *tlieut
.uwah l Jby buiktnE nit the tv l.'it'h I aen .im.~e 'L---.
tw u d &md itsiI nOsAture in ( ILdtILs II.' V Jt L a *i.- a., tt a.
sork The PUtIrtoft hai vs much a A
tfatIn A cmrst'e w pourthat they) so..d .a Sam Pd&.a&
Oder On.00 Head" Lk mSfor mun NOW L &a s AM4.s1,
ca" t"A It tails to care end fr N M
Imeetimls- l5Address
r j. cHENT &A CO. Toldo 0
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ly .1flM% It Is adrpted fori weak.ad
emetu trongth the weakened glAnds md organ;
It o aSlla i dor ei of tat body. Trry a botte hada."
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NJ points Sogh........... *00*0*0 10:10 a
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6NESmLE AUS

FINE TRAIN SERVICE

ANOTHER NEW TRAIN TO 0BEGI
OPERATION ON MONDAY.

Coming In the Dull *eason It Will
greatly Benefit Oalneaville's
Trading Interests.

Comment Ing noxt Minl.av. (;alnes-
vill.- lll 1w- l:iied on ih-.- i. o I -(ched-
tile' -h htas i.*er ,enjo.%u -.| l ro!ii all see-
tit of the county., and ,te HIoard
or Trade manml the- nmerchant- should
fel bM.hlA:- .late-d ullw.n l,.i\1-.i scorLed
this sruaces.
The' Citra train. hkh I., run from
Cltra to High 8prinr-. -ill hereafter
be run from 'Wlkcov through here.
and the early Ocala train will be
run via Micanopy. In fact nearly
everything that was asked for by the
Board of Trade has been created.
The train from the western part
of the county will leave there early
in the morning and arrive It Gabna
vile about 8:30 a m.. making the
trip on to Citra. Returns, will pas
here at 6 p. a. for Its western teri-

The Ocala trala will arrIve amo
ts auual time bt wil ru via MKa.
sopy. giving the cIklaOa o that
place a chace to viat Galmrvvle
without having to take th be dr iv
to rvInatoa.
The schedule for the new service
has not bhoe raelved, but Superar
toadest McArthur, who hL worke
bard to asai the cltlUss a securta
the hebag, states that the order has
bees om ad ad the schedule wi
go Into effect next Muday.

Peer Milk
Is often thought to be responsble
for an Infant's los In weight or I e
eral poor health. The cause asUaly
Is that the child has worms. They
get the nourishment of the food dar
the baby st&,ves, actually starves.
White's Cream Vermlfuge expels the
worms and nourishes the child, sure
uad safe. Price 2z cents. Sold by W.
M. Johnson.

The wast ads. do more real ate
bueUsi- than aO other broken eco
ined--is fact. they "start" moat of
th' business that tI e broker a
agents tsir I.




GAINESVILLE


FURNITURE


COMPANY



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line of


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mm Mat~ri at 813.56.


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Bring yemcr Ita11J r wt l*4 astl aV

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ECZEMA FROM


HEA TO FOOT

FN Sil onthe his Suhring was
Beyond Words One Mass ofIrri-
atioen and Itching was Dreadful-
f roia Sheer Exhaustion
!1TIM10 Out of His Mind After
24 Hours' Use of Cuticura Slept
Like an Infant and Then was


CURED IN ONE MONTH
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES
9
oI f am WtPV r f Iyeeus old and
ems day, mon yy ago. I fell mfrtm
trp-lddrmr. bunahi
inyheum. I~rnaf.wda
I eould mt rwalt I
k~Calld is a dewtr* sad
Iinade 4 week er-
had so ord a "t
thatwhee I won #&bon
withb wfrw hfreomed
Iletofo. I we Orne
di mouth. srA ehk I
a n l. I W W s
;tprn day orWSW breauer ci Oe dread-)
= .t insmds I dwa I em f 4
varr b I st am of
britam: I twas ;1I-n my mepw Ihe
deetwo mdkim 11 aw to mabsW-
were ed I was aheist ow:of my a e.
I read 2 Cutf I md mtst w f to
~~esa e oet4m
On.infs Ot mtat o d
cudeum I Uw tbmlp
i' ulu. IatS baM.th e
"Ir I(' MW M braa U0 am~
ow Wb4 bad 6W 412
4 CuImnOhItut to ph- 91

a4d le ir yu my aid 'u -st now
ISl inemsh ra 10 Fr1e
dy tothis -10 the Cutimur
haew aa er si# tT~W
c 1111ther i t neo tm m t
A d P1 f 0 Cadcure Memo
Sor- i iatmal

rree nhems tobr a~r, whome r 'em-uir
hM Own do M6 T "be s 6016 "

Oua. besht'dv. uw,
Wit Itllsnt air



:Waa em Sheet N bwn
I ws yiU un the floor lt am old
MoutY lg be ne d m tesubonrwt y b r
a~bi open breplace when I heatd.
pculiar. r igten4d squeak. I 010 up
tr *ee wimt le'.ked l Ike a bug. m~c~aae
flnetyfw e at U VCV7 iujcI weelk acrss
the roum. When I iot d ooloer lnoo I
P n that It g ~ a mcter m dasy nwo-
Iasr ioper ihrle uia w!e. At l etas I hope
there war riogtlenet squeakd. Iogot ru
S U t -itU Il s;ked. liUt lrahge 0nuh
to t Inigt ao a rieryd the :rrwtler a: f famur
the roo mi. aWrhenaI clte3ren. came'lo
siaw lle f Itwas1ti a. Time rmimt her wsous..
hIng the Ira wher mouth. Atl etist I hd to
aoither id a if tIer. :'p mrelntly Loelinog
to pa t lmii Lbar teticthlie- aa:,l f.r *it c.ir
vItet." h'ta t h e ne r t 'lc. I illed t ine
ath ugh zd th -'e nlt firt'-pm *- id ate
th ittle eur tiar aaTh e I.2t-ii be cr tm.-


rithir sI~d 4 he' r.* n l piti -r tly orl-tiirnr'
aU r1%1111:. el,r a b-tit..atd or m he arie
lmifme." %l ithi-.m i tot.h *:ra -o. mtI .Id the


"I L! m I \ that I c 10ai Iq I !yf

Tiet Crelinor 1 Litter.
Iloie-re a owam I t e r. t a lit rtrr-c-imid


f t. u.. .gv i mi: i i a b Le i rr ii f t-h r

lil t it ?t le'1. .1UIt I.ii t -l i n' -uig Wt

tbat I lIii IC Iu~iie, l 34i cU thm e ii t (.it
*1~ reel::' r'e. i ~ur tItmaIA-r1* on the- r~.lI
c-.a I It: f ir u deiia nI i-t u .. iiii l
C- *maee..ma1 f1&Lrte'-.a t.. mmmv eettmcr Crc~ite)rs
we rIa.i I~ir)~ie- re-a eam a b.MUku sme for In1I
I1 II111 t*1~ cemmIeeIaI..C tu~ltu' I situI afadI
iiai e-:mrli' z~tl~cmeut a~lmirb rouu ask

fe)r(l I hd. c i ( Ii~t- wee-I timere'! re.~a

rob-I r~ll,' ., i a tel Ie''i .rc me, '-"--


lA)Dld'4) i11- I6 r

meth Tsaited.
"Y.ou are lt the employ of that rlU-
llouiiref up c4u the bill. aret-t jwour
suaajcgesd the. charp foced wowna whbo
rats Uis buffer mudI egg Sebj-.
"'Ve-w. awa 111'.mw reuj ..-l thd e Ow aU an
The %bhIt* ieajn, Iurd I want twU
Ptimd-t dsvt i-titter f4'r LasyluAbter's Ii-
bleie l bie l aesad a I v tupwu after
it. eul) the- t,,adai St b.#, Ikeid.-
lt- dld.. cha ',Wll. orare Dtr w per-
11. r alm i.'- Lit t rae hid yeu tell
Lowl I IIJ 1410 w icu#) %a& 3taljledle
Alut-W-e. I did."
".1.i i beI 'A eL IIdAbe Yr
"isid !,o -A ts )tour biawid uW but,
ter" -4 I.icmsvt u VNw

T" &wake Prau reas th & wst
aft every d -d a ewrs iesr m-
w" as otes-
U Yo eb aVe omad yth N o V
b dvertsedV I the Wast columns.


FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE.
aer Summry Method of Sn 6ng
OMoal( Mod Tap.
When Fhilrttre Nigbtllng:il. clamm. In
stantly a n w IutieUltln, ,e. Instinct
w pih pit. nttlle with tier-ry. fertile
with a ;anla l- Inventltn. e|ept throu im -
the I utntl h,-,ltal. ('u:vay male die
vice-n were dlpmleiwl. nalmnet with a
igrtnre. Into space. Itrt Irecame a
.rtime. frrbsh lr anid clenIm lit,. n iweet
fce4l :ind soft hands a piety. A irreat
kitchen was orgainlyed whlih provided
well cookiee fond for a thont(ual mwn
Washlng wIas a lost art In the hospital.
hut this lland of wollmn created. as
iwith -i Irenlh. a grewt Ir:ualdrv. and a
str.trnge clnlinler credit aleIit the
anlls and te b th ef t boeiltal. In
thicr wfnrftlre lith diMnse :lind palu
thlre aeoincn showed a rr*,eltion as
hig na the w en of their rme showed
against the gray coated Iattalikos of
Inakerma or In the tewn trncbs te-
fore febastopol. Middle beaded male
routine wa swept uthdessly aid
If the commblartit falekd to supply
requisitesm, lorece Nightlngale. who
had grtat ftnds at her disposal, 1W
tantly provided them hermit a the
eery footed oflets foens the swift
teet of these weom estruitsg them
i every path e of adt pity. Or
meM assl of maner l rIported to hew
broke the amum ealm whib M sr
as a m-a k the stsel-lk and r
late w oI 1o Fletoe Nightlmgale
Sem stewo had arrived bem l'
laul; -sick mae wer lIailMif htr
them. t roaes ne el d that the T
hould be ienetted w a bas bbe.f
rtMOn Ime s eiad b iu morv
with berTy e tMc sted wm had Met
cmaplted Its wee wl m t s Id6
7Testmemw wm w tehwl s wth ea
clal -b k mhed up and thek um

belts tlhy eq-lWrt as the Isted
deoar the 3ymbl oM ad eOo tl am
Nightitgale ca ed a cmels of tsde
les.a wIked the drm msd qlely
rde red them to be t ps sad the
storw to be ditfrbuted$-0w MW

DelfMeMadisn-
Mrs. Doely Madisa. the wtfe the
third prmesrTet. Is de cribed hi Or
old ln this way:
"Dolly Paya.e bors ta North Care
Itan. has been educated accordtag to

Philadlphia. wher at aa ery ar
she married a yeo lawyer of this
aset numed Todd; butf. becoIming a wki-
ow. he threw off drab l kss and plaIt
lacs and fur several years was -e tf
the gayest and most ftaatatlag wo-
men of the city She had tmny lovra
hot sher are the preferene to Mr
Madison and hecaome his wife to t174."

Th Mistross of the Hees.
-S*ae spends a:I her time In the
Ilbrary."
"Ab. she Is Ilteraryr'
"Not Bespciielliy lut the cook won't
allow bher In the kitchen, and the malds
don't wamIt her abtut the hall gr per-
lors."- itttsbrir Post.


DANDRUFF

Cured In Two Weeks or Money Back.
In .a' t \\ M Johnis-.on., Lhe drugag'-t
h -' a o:': l ~ (If: y fficlki it hair r.'
.t..r r .llted I'rilian Am KIe which h
'cu. i. m e ili ** : ( nt.l n 1 ) MilaraLat, d to Ul'r dandruff I11 two
w* ekl a er ianui,"-Y ,a c I'
i';arl.ai.la Seaz-" i thbc discuat-ry i
oeta of tl-<. w >r ; ~ i-ateit -l( lnltst
who knuzaiisg the- valuee of sage Ii a
-talit -leaner and hair restorer, com
hicin (I It wn miiil t h liKr iprepi r ire;jpirrtiol -, ;tid t!.&- r,.-ult I;
time nri.t woiil
P'arlaianu Sayg- la a maut pl.raaut.
il.ia tilla i,-rf tir 'l 1 l air dr-s-iiK. sald
I)e -idlel curllir daidruff. )our drug
,(1 I all r -turan ,ir iuon-y If it fall-
t, t'o:; illimm i. l ir r iteirbluK of the.
- e .illI
It *ill ine.k,- tai vrow. and wacslae-m
! le,, de-. ir, <. I'-Mautlful ande lu u


ia.ltit aailr cari 11 I it In ta ,) we* l,
1 y U-IhI thii famous. quitrk ractin
| re- .ar;>io mmn \V 11 JethnniaAm .-lls IIt

Ikh) 't Ilet a il d illll KiI t*l I ) o he-
htia aei e thi lL g j i- as, Ks' I a. I'arl
i-lan Sage- be ati- there l n't sau
hair r. tr. r -i, guod Th-e girl alllt
thi-. aubturnli hair ih- )l i-vei) iakaig,.-
and )cu *get a Iiuch largerr lottlh of
I'arilal SuagK for miour l) cl-ntt than
you get of tlihe ordilary.
"I ha.f use'-l arious hair tonli
and cran ay that Parisian age- Igave
(he hair a gIod, hbeathy. slky al
l'arnrie-, rids the bead of dandruff.
and kc|-el lt tb Iralp coul and clean I
reconilien4id Partalan D lag as being
Onel fur the hair and far ahoed of
any other touoi I ever uased.-Mis
E lmau F ,ss.. f2t6 Adam street. Orw-
au. Mk-i Deeuaber *. I1,*.

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J. A. AMARLYhB
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Didnft imprel Him.
hBrtly after Ul r ise to the bench
Judge Coleman hadl craskm to pro-
soue a Ufe amtente up: a a;;telnrte
us odemefr. tm the eerse of his ft
marks thedge r spo--be wIth aso me
siem*Mise elequmeer that m tay of
he IHiteelis wee imN afted. The
pw r, eS twh eter bad. wemed to
be quie Itl~aNer eakin at the cee
Sard appraieey ihra me amttnt
whatever to what was being ari
After he had hbs r d EM )to Ja
e o t theym po Iwylrm Ihadl ine
its the eall. er S to k ew how the
erBimtal bad lMt whebm i ab w

"What o* rye asli the s-
02 us the $ B- a- ftg
rme you u t*o u prb h be
TYames whes he wms alg to
mar

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Ma m remark Oe euro at4 dm
troubles fat" "Ms o4880d b Ohm
beriala's tesh t Amd Uver w TMeB.
On maan who had pat *er tw
thousand dollars r O medd
treatment was eared b a fwe ba
of these tablets. Priles 6 emts.
tSmples fre at all drg M t I

The Pat In tf tPa a tt
uaoted. In recognition of this grat


vrent hil father purrvased fr Mh the
fellowin Iblnpg that Jame t-
were necessary:
A lbox fef one doien pactlhs aassrt
leads; one Ink nrd osr pe l eraer,
one pencil b)z with a aritveloes roll
top, three eIpy.vlmoks fIor boue wor
two peaih rr'te.r a-,d a patent strap that
was a u:i-rv I of Ingeulty. but somet
bow or 'hrtbr didn't arem to bold the
books very firmly
The father examined the outlt a few
days atfir an-l tfoutnd that It coo
talnedl -
One ira icl lim'h '.! lead penrcl fur-
nisbh*l I.y the I:ty. a a .ribblinl pad
with a ferw ir re'ts in It. a tin fount tl-i
I an tli. t i t 'i t we r': an;d ever #l.-kl
I .nle watrlt id ad a skate strap to 1 oli
file 1t .I r4 I t1 r
The fVih,-r r 'l. d IIo eIuij .tleoif tll'
, %tln -,It 'l i v i 1t i ,lt t1*. *m e
,ir tilm. roii< % i laii J'r itm ts eif edl '-a it n
- N\ew V rl I' l're*.

role-y's honey and Tar isa ewilcally
r. cuunoinded for chronic throat and
lung trrublhes and many srulerers from
lIronchltl,. aithnma and runmumirtito
have found comfort and relief, by us-
Ing Poley' s Honey and Tar. J.W.Me-
Collum & Co.


W. R. THOMAS
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HALSEY MACUIUEET CIMPAIT
phome W4. Morena Iueft- JACOMULFBD
We emu a, t Jeoa le a a We e A t e ampl seemk of 'sawabM Ai Su v
BROM. su a m&a w ANA&as
Wlrl Wiakhi MaewUi; aM kit
.15.,.. Neliad sad 31. Sugfle~
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ii Opens June 10th at 8 a. m. and Lasts 10 Days!
Sthe entire stock of High-Grade Clothing from the Phifer & Morris Company and will close
This entire stock of clothing comprising the celebrated Hart Schaffner & Marx brand of fine
wi umeraif a ed and must be sold. Never before has such a fine line of clothing been offered to the
Sul ar similar circumstances. The goods MUST be moved and MOVED AT ONCE. And
do l will be oered at this grand sale. but everything in our store will be at special prices. Don't fail
l idMB bla y wih yp. Merchants in the country towns will do well to come to this sale and lay in
d for fall at bargain prices. Everything guaranteed to be just as represented or your money will
rd ued to you. We ~ up the nl t Is Watchh which we ive away every week.
Lb MmdMi' aen4mWi Di MN aid Pian M Cntest liven to Everyone Trading as Much as $10.00!
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S- valmtru in Men's Suits-
m fpd clely-twiled through
. biio h wonrted and very ser-
iUf wool cassimeres; fancy
.lr These suits would be a
bfam at twice the price e4
deed. This sale .
SECOND LOT
Me's Fine Suits in a large as-
atomet of fancy plaids, stripes
ad ine checks, also solid colors.
Time values are great ones and
Imut be seen to be appreciated.
D 't miss i. This $5 49
sale .. 4

THIRD LOT
Men's Fine Suits, values that are
values and goods that cannot be du-
pliated in the wholesale markets
at the price. Buy a $7a8
$12.50suit for q. I
FOURTH LOT
In this lot of Men's Fine Suits


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 $8n98
- as you spend. This sale
FIFTH LOT
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 1 0 O
suits. This sale $I U.UU


SIXTH LOT
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-


ability. Don't fail
merchandise. This
sale .


to see this
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SEVENTH LOT
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. 01 4.
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EIGHTH LOT
This lot is made up of all our
finest suits. A very wide range of
models, colorings and fabrics. Hart
Schafiner & 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. Anc
style you could wish, and all abso-
lutely up to the minute in make,
workmanship and finish. .17 O
This sale I 789


Not only will we ?w.11i (lotbinig alta grunlt ,?tvrifice, but v r I II 401P, \I..iDIi4 .tI I 'Iljadi ii.. I:,t ,~~At I* i j
prices Oil Dry Gowle, b,,l'olr1 ti imp~ I fu... Furilitilre, Ma lu. ig al ld'11~ 1,% 1 I 0 1figJ." !11. 1,1 !.1, til
butoume tto thiis 4rvat *S\anid 1K ,lImivintI. 14 rytil iig 4 ,111 9IAlrii. t hl= -.II iud. uae 6 1 ItII' di A i... i t 4
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THE IAILY UUN: SAINESVLLK. FLORIDA. JUNEK t. 1909


THE EARTH'S MOTIONS

How Wf Ar Whring Around
and Throuh Space.

THE INFLUENCE OF THE SUN.

Without iM Attraetlen That Draw the
WorW Teward It In an Elliptical
Coevr e Ou Glrbe Would Wandr on
Forever In a Straight Line.
There are their t ni, think murb of
a n)oilt from ione iMlitit i|ais a)|ier of
the earth-trnrel they t ill it- nil yret
pay Ilttle lhedi to the wonderful jour-
Bey of the nerth itsrl.f .mtln. anin.
go to seek a climate while tlb bhurry.
Ing earth In loritnglng to the-nI ,l:e rll-
mate after another In endtlesms* sur-es
alon. Those who hare not hllherto
take macrb notice of tile enrtbh' IKnn-
rea-who have tnot. o to |Ipeak. klaked
oat of their carriage window as they
are whlrtd along-might dlld a new
Iateret In doing no 1. ti. for ezam-
pe. at the apparent slzt of the rea.
CIasal observation shows that It ap-
pearslarger In the wintw heavens.
aid ezart measurements Ml us that
It ti lariet m Ja n. I nnd snillet eo
July 2. T he la of the sun ithu mark
the earth's nerest aqupru.hb and
greatest distance from the -an Are-
rate astrooomleal measurement of tme
ea's diameter might even determine
the day of the year. for the daily tari-
atlos In tihe apparet ele uf the baU il
mo .limeiftlethst, of a coud of aa.
gulr ues nrement. And astrunoocers
preeeem to mearemn the moeod deCimal
Sse eeods.
Thrare three ways to wbkih we
am Jmrlsaeyn with the earth There
l rat. the dily revolattloa whb" eua
rle M throeuh a complete elecle
twemty-f4r bors at a rate rarylg
from rather re tIBh a thbom.ad
miles ma hour at the equtor to thb-
has at the poles. where me e. by the
way. Mu ever be. The we are tnrv-
eling around the ua oncr a year at
the rate of eighte milk a sMe od.
Thirdly. we are Journeynll thiamg
mellur ssce,. for one of the mem re-
markable fact which modern eatroa-
oany hba brought to light ia that our
solar system. the sun with all Its plaD-
eta Is on a journeyy toward the cos-
stellation jlra at the rate of ten miles
a ecood.
As we sit ID a train and are whirled
along It sometiDc es aPlears a If the
arenery were flyiai lost ua rather
than we pat It. o the dally revol-
tion of the earth- a thousaital mile ao
bour at the. equator--iake fthe sun
rls aud wet. ,iad our yearly Journey.
muake the usn apparently travel
through the toustellntlons of the zp
dinem. If we more round stay statlmhuary
object on the earth e twr It with a
c',ontailtly crhancing I a karnurt now
a Mlodulill. now a cottage, now a
woodN. 114now .i clin th. er. Si, nq w
travel round the unl we ue It wllh an
ever c-banging biackrould of stars-
now those tf Arles. now of Taurus.
linw of ;erillll. :and so on. The p ol
thin of the iIaIi lamiong the stars uarks
tile sl;i a- (of the earthls annual Jour-
ury .\ndil i the earth arrives at lif
forei't I.i>tiIs of Its orbit th e ttiie, of
the rirl. e s f virt.iii statN ,r\ .'r 'lI-c T '
li14l4 nt -I1l1 .*f 1 lthe .,rl7 t- ..' -
bhase ln,'im taIkc nq tnru r f ti u -**4 i*
sons. Thlum whiten SIrh, r.,,'' ,,** a -
sun It iwa.ims, Lion lthit tb hel t d.
b.Kl he<;iii I:arlv namr,,l r ,it,' r, m if hi
<1 (irt. fully f,,r ht li imoint ,,f ilh i .. r |
star h'- ief l-j.ii si'r ,iln .i*itro ,,l r, Il,, ,
ed f'r th hebll at rilng of ?. tl..' I.
|ir, .laimi tlthe iew 'rto
It is ti' *;,artl' 'e:rlry Journey rouundl
tlhe N1111) h 'h h elas hls U11s tI dtl ertllrmine
the dtImn'-ce .f thi, stars. The. multlehod
Is ires l.-wy ihalt adipte'd bty surveyor
f,'r deter.tr ili il ig the | -ltton ,of i l>J.cl-tN
Illon .irtlh luher dli ,, tiou of thc, u ?)o :' dl'tllac'ce Is to i'e fund in cl*.
sort .41 frTmlls t o) |>oltiis a Llmot'll di-
ln n p.art Tl>a IT.'st is Il'nre > le'ts '
tli. t In thee a I, f thie st,'rs the dlre -
tII ii- ;tr. olhr .'rteid froil twl* eitrelu
I" IilN IIt the ear.itnlh' orllt liinslt d of
fr, is the ltws, *Cnds of a hlase llle. The
ir.' Ii | I'li .h ti' r i ni

,.t,-r3.\41.y nmid 'tands what It eains
he", :1lll-4d )to the" Itarll It i1 alils d
p.raill 1 m ii:d re llihim ain iii) it'ery to
iu.,ms e| *|i u l iu h Is the olscuring
i, ~,er of au -,rd
I I little moire't" uind the "little lems"
of I;rt ualiig are fIrc ll.ly l:luitruttl Iu
tb dilre- 111,11,, f the 0i. 't, h's journey
rv siilr theb s u .in ll't;." 'c ur's. dif
ferti, ver Iitile ftroum a < Ircle, cow
liiAtl wilh a tilt of th axil, gives 11
thie w-AUeuis. It if lthil d ffereuce and
Ilt did lI exilpl ther wostuld be Do
aLimou a nd onie clluaite would rule
the year. If. again., te course were
IorrT elliple. tbru ftr Ithe temitphre
wi(eof w inter 4. *rred at the eorthb'
gp.rlint dtlrat tw from the sul tbere
might 1to a gla all IrIt-jd
*'b1e strl;.bt line.'"says Mise Ulen
Keller. "'sywollxls duty. It la a dull
tAougbt drawn cuit eldtleul" And
thal aewo m to bt a reteCtluo oO what
we bad tbe ubt was the earlb' patb
of duty ilud the sun. for thls 5th Is
the curvr knowa as th eUlpa. yor
ever. tl the b -t ba th a
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12 qiota Fr'. l 1' is--* .7 ),a u.ao m V f..i4 ariq GI e. as- IS,
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path of duty. for the eanrh we tea n I T CO-OPIATIVS CONITET. OPPICAL DIOtICTOI Y. BUX I1NII CA tDI
from our Newton. If teft to Itself
would wander no forever throub lmino tea"e Tlat Ar Ina St Oim.e: D*01. m. WALDO,
spare In a tralght line. It Is the n l o WnIMa hc VhtWtell la VO D K"-f al
which draws It from Ibih dill coodr OoGov -A. W. OflchrIls TaUll
Into the pleasant ceo e of suljecton The handsome planes and diamond aSe. m- DM- BnT,-
Yet the won's victory Is only partial. rtin to be given away In the Co. Secretary of state--A. Clay Craw
the earth's cetual path belng a crntl Oerative Contest will be the grand- ford. TallahaMse. I0M a a ml l OI wa a
nation of Its own straight line of In et distribution of prires eer offered Comptroller--A. C. Croomn Tall MNi PhiIeS. AlA LND L S~Wl5hs
clluton and obedien e to t0h pull o in Alachus county. hasae.
the ann And ws Instend ct the "'dnlC
thcnuAht dra n nt it ,ndh'Ie -"' have Parties trading with any of the fol Trieaureo-W. V. Kaott. Talltha- D DWwD CuLm
the Ibeautlful thonght of the thInnzlnr lowlnl store will be Ilven bne vote me.
ewmaona. the flowers. id frunlt of the for every peany apent: Attorney-Oenerl--Pn k I. Tra- Dn'lM T
earth, with Ite ever varying weather Gainesville Purlnture Company. mell. Tallahaaaee.
sunshine and storm heat and cold. furniture; Phfer & Morris Co.. cloth- Commissioner of AAgrlltre-B. I. 06 O St O Graham all
In and furnishings; Gainesville Hard- clln. Tal;abassee sa oders BIre's r to's f
NEW GUINEA COURTSHIP. ware co., plumbing and hardware; Supt of Public Instructlo-Wm. M. No. .3.
____ Mrs. P. T. McCormlck, millinery. W. Holloway. Tallahassee.
All the Proposals of Marriage Are M. Johnson. drugs and medicines; .L Preildent of the Senate-F. M. Hud- Da, U DVILLa MORlibh
Made by Women. (. Smith, shoes and Jewelry; Mrs. R. aoo. Miami.
Awny off In Ith strange Island of Wilson. dry goods and actions: Santn- .... DINTI T
New Guinea It iI leap year all the ders & Earle. rocerte and feed ul 06 a O-
time I1p one letio.rtant sense, for out stulhs; City Bakery, bread and pastry:
there all the lrainmals of marriage P. Y. Smith. fresh meats; Crawford Cl rk ad Audltr-L. L. Wbm g^gs,
are made hy the women. It is coasil- Davis, livery sad sale stables; The Glaesllbo. 9 U
er"d beneath the dignlty of the male SaM. printing and publishing; The S Paubo Iamtrauoe-Pf L. L.
inhabitants of New GUines to even lBrowl House. eals ad lodgig; N. Kelley. Calasvlle.
notiee a woman, and coneqauetly the Francisco. Bauana House, fruts, etc.; BherIf-P. 0. Ramsey. Gaasinvl. D M. JJI. Li k )k is),
womes perforce must notice the meI Bddlas Mfs. Co.. lutW and buildlag Coaty Judge-R. 0. Mak OnGlaw
and mwat start any ea of weddlang ataterial; Standar d Pa~ttler Co., rlle I tIIr ,
etc. fertillIer. Ta Ammsr-W. W. Cba Oan
So wheo the land belle to New Vot" wi be given ra aall orders aa m m
Guanem be mes tn lovstrt e apro for ob printing at The a offee. le~e,
oends a piece of staying to the mister
of the lucky man. If be has o ml air d a u herItomt ap boom: asO eIr
she seods It to hia mother or to nomr The ailly laM. TiIr D. L M O ,Galne ,
female relative-thi because the $1.S5. ro mwiaths sobserptIomw, '
and hi male relative are asmmed old belberta M W votes; new sb b We- l w- il--J. C. L oA
t o he bore takln any taops towardI r gebora, nyo Orw, Ga inla Ow .I u ar=. -_
acquiring a wife.
ao tbw rlokr t. *, sx mo o, o m, .
Then the s edar i ays to to the u manO s ws.__ m Cmrm-NN W &
evolved: "Brother. I bave mwae. o- muhrihbers 1J2 3; -seew d JW.. i, U= 4 n At W
aa4-ao h in Iov with yo&." I i- I. s mw 1.-11 Toa& Are d, C. aBOIh W. Vw U%
deined to matrimonyu them manmakeim 9. me so"r ierpt. old sub- i m W.i s Trhte;,
n epgagemot to meet the S0u8n1d scrberal M votes; new saeuarlb-rO.P CamsL GL U W
lady. When thy met it Ia aloeo. and era 4.M vote. Memb S"ta- l tr 6.
they father docM to wed or dop the Ir a &lr t ofve ea-year haeerl Weaes C rinm Nwm; J. W. A TS *Is.,
utinr propaltiea mat e4. 6Thee I utis beforee 12 feL k ai mAm. m 6a Au g6o
la oeorthes, elti at to wast *
any tim ea a woman--st evenTotes; sew suhoerba .36 v01 e. Shea i s inaPil 3" -U -4 ad
eauugh time to make love to the lady @ ar d clb d toa si moithsa' aub
er to alow her to mak loe to hm. aeriptions (before 12 o'eloek a eon. M mb
The betthal a aunousaed. and the Aur. 1, 190), old subs ,r M30. 110; T.. rA Drbs. F f
engaged man to New Gauie n a brand- rot :; enw ahbearlbera. 35. o J votes
ed on the back with cbrrol. bt the Tbhe s so lItt to theo am er of i O IUoTw atLAW
woman's mark of ga ent to wed Iclubs each contestant may *ser a a-Ix aI n
Is actually cut Into har dkin dad ha ehIbn o at
never allowed to completely rvaush Theo Sem-Wookly m
It either one decades to break the ean $1. me year' s abarerpttio, TUa AueeOr-W. M. lr.
gagement nothing can be done by the votes. T CdoIatle-T. I ta. M.mM,
offended party. r a ldub of Ive oe-ayer subeirip Clt ad ITW- J. Mas R a m t
If the girl decides that, after alL she toes, .000 votes. Clt AUteaf r--. a1a. IL. Davis.__I_,
sent the little iece of strIg by mis- or a club of twenty-.re oie-yew Sw A me- u et, aI. ir.
take the man Is apt. bowever. to catch subecrptos 5.0 v L J H3. L. r L wj
her some llSe alone and lient her. If ti u scrItpona. 35.00, votes. A. a.
the tman jilts the womnn her relatives Thre s n o limt to the a muJIb H L .ns, C. L. CdWlL. &T. WN
often hunt hliu up and adminuiter a of daub each contestant may s r. *nd. AL oodwin. ____ *
nor nl Or-Al.!~l~. 1loo,. boweverI. Board of PublN Wet--H. aL Wy n I i --- n-- a
'wi lim hlit'l. w W4 lher.e!.l f oAf theu You Never Can Toll Ior'. Chbalirm ; W. ampto. am ee-
1woime11 I l.lde' :,ne.alr;:pin lu not dcetu. Just exactly the cause of your rbhew i r; H. i. DRtt. BaLrd, 5. Ho aW Orp r MM
ll a1 t 1 *'?"t U .i s.l. ll'ilt,. i
Test:m te. wiu,,.i ltropt e the wd matism, but you know you have It. --VI-
dht, ill Nw. t Ii.la.e1' tbhe ciinlltlon of DO you know that Ballard'l Snow The First W"I.
lI' n~f IT4 v:,o-.rable And unju t in Unlment will cure It?-relieve the 'Thbat I.r whit I call an Ideal mar
I!.. i r. ,' 'Tl L.;ri I nn-*re.ev t':. pain, reduce the dwelling and limber riagr.e" Il;rdy declared to bi wife as eIoMi
;', It. -'''., f f' ts hui-nil II. the jolits and muscles so that you they were walking homeward after as
.-, t,..'lt Ii r inrlrc ii'.ecl a11nd even.':i k will be an active and well as you rever evening at tle t'arrolls' "Actually. I IUTI g i
Iher wit ll Iinpulllt if she lit-Unrs hl* were. Price 25c, 50c and $1.1o. Sold believe. Iloth think atoliutely alike."
i!I'!. .\b.!:IT. (',itlol by W. MI. Johnson. "Yes. tIry are certainly charming."
a-- aPated Mrs llrdy; "but about the
D:ducticn. thinklhi,. Joe'. If tou il uiotllte-. s*ie Pt" L
ST.u-l t i..s *dU t.C fnni. Kgent -rally thinks first."-Youth's ('oan
CASTOR IA 00 00.
1 Inat d ChirO Ne y.', ,:! r.ll.lt u,,,d a E:very)onc. would be benefited by
iH K Y Rn A I Mn A l l ,,, '. tak!itK Voley'*s Orino Laxative for con- AiN .os
''1,',, 1 : l "I ., 'It Joir tiltatlon. ttonmach and liver trouble. ILICEtIl ?T iI
Beers th*e a' -.0 t a It s'a ette the stomach axnd (L-.
Bi~gataro of .re;ith. Ktntly tlimulates the liverand and lIo dr--
Keep yyur eye on the want ada rcgtula.tes the bowels and is much nwu- t*aawea*a
If you havo lost or found anything There .ay be something adverUtisd wpr.ior to pills and ordinary laxative.
io not fall to keep your eye on t whblch Is of Interest to r Why not try Foley's Ortno Laxative -- .
la:. fled advertalng coluaL. today? J. W. McCollum & Co. weglasMajtm
As advertlulig fnds the beat mark' I
It you have found anything sea i for everything else. why sot for you' U It's prtoted ralesry you waat. 0a.M e, rl ,
t Is advertied In the Want column permoal servioa? The aun o0c IIs the place o at MIt.


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