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 10, 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: VID01693
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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J IA F Ill. 194149TEN CKNTIS A WfEkE


h t xl k th'1 l'srothpder Inio (,-;>.
AMr. Thonias, tntted that ll, ii lhi' art
,rhed at the h',,ne h -e found a ,arll:.
loaded pistol and an empty sh 1t in
llr Sealrnu Curt BIO Y esteray,t a" Cs idT
It was about five or tenIa Inute:. after
gh -r oa W t nikt. killing before he arrir1 tthe scene.
wvu to Jiry at 95 O' k l"""' TtNj
was aext sworn. He testified that
Ciruit Court was called to ordtr L C. Hague. D. A. Robertson. A. W. he sas behind the school houne In
at 8:30 Wednesday morning. Judge Taylor. J. Broome. W. M. Pepper. Hgh Spring the day a the killlla
Wills on the beoch. C. I. Baird. C. J. Mlxso. and bard the shot&; went to I.
MiL Loli Hale, offclal cowt Jordan's house and a Uttle girl told
Sheriff Ramsey nmde the following stenographer. was called upom to take him that Mr. Bryant catm to arrest
retar of the special venire of thirty down the evidae. he ftr their and that her father shot
roam which to select a Jury of twelve himThe Fi. .Non W
to try the coa* of the State rs Dun- Nolan West wasnet calld for
to try the cae of the Sate D- P. W. Dedge was sworn for the the 8tate. and stated tt he lived
can Jordan, charged with th murder 8tate. Witeas on December 3, 1908. in High Springs, a. d related about
of Geo L Bryant. marshal of High let Mr. Bryant, the mardered man, the same as last witmea.

H. O. Kennard. W .McDowall, E.
Bard, J. B. Brooks. C. M. DelL O.
I Bailey, R. Carter, C. Y. Craw-
ford. C. V. McKlnatry, John Howard.
James OGain, P. Dampler. Rube
Hague, L C. Hague. T. 3. Brown, R.
C. Small. J. H. tandley, 8. B. Cullen.
L V. Plk J. A. Wil amsa. 8. J. Ellsa.
Rufus Dbel. R. A. Caswell. W. N.
Thomas. J. 8. Goode. J. A. Beal. B. P.
BevUle. L C. Ells. D. A. Robertaon.
A. W. Taylor.
Mesars. Keanard. Crawford. Mc-
Klaetry. Dampler and L C. Ellis were
excused by the court.
The work of empanelling the jury
was them begun. Nine of the reul-Tr
pael qualified. The panel was fre-
quently completed by twelve men tak-
ing their seats In the box, but chal-
lenaes by both sides necetlatated tLt.
calling of additional venlremen until
the special venire as e.xhauisted alth
only eleven Jurors In the box. At this
t ;ae the de'fi'nz.e had exhausted it,
te chballenges. while the State had
': ,e of it.-: ten challlenges left.
The court then ordered the sheriff
to reummuon (tea add{iti ,tl %tniri-aen
fr Pm the I)dy of theli cotlintl. reti'rn-
; instant r. R turn of tli.' \% nir

have a buggy to send Dunaca Jordan
bome la. Coasiderable time lapsed
and witaes and Bryant went to see
why Jordan had kept the team so
long. As they got near Jordan's home
they saw the aegro boy who had
driven Jordan home rualan from the
house. Upon belan asked why be
was runalng away the boy said Jor-
dan threatened to kill him. As they
approached Jordan's bouse the lat-
ter went around the bouse. Bryant
went to the front door, and when
Jordan appeared he remonstrated
with him. Finally as Bryant partial
ly entered the door witness beard
gunshot and saw Bryant stagger.
SBryant thea ran the distance of the
porch. after which he returned to
the door and entered the room. when
witness heard another shot. Wit.
ness could not understand a word
Jordan said to Bryant. There was
Sno obstruction between witness and
Bryant up to the time of the first
shot; Itryant had not drawn or at-
te-mpted to draw his pistol up to the
time Jordan shot; he drew his pliotol
after the gun fired. Cross esamina-
tion of the witnesu failed to budge
him from his direct testlmon.v.
Dr. Hodges Sworn.

was not iorthion(,ltlii l to ithie no I IJi r. It C(. Hlodg*e as sworn for
huuur and court adjourned 11ntil the State:' itlne. was jphyvsiiant
a ,1"( k. 7ind ire*oi. he first saw body of
Afternoon *ssion. ,l,.-p-,.d at .lordia;ti home- saw
When court was called to order iaglt blarrel bliot gui and :{2 calibre
.rt 2 o'clock Sheriff Ifarn.e v Ialadel th-' Ilpi-tl 'l ng tnea r dead man: did inot
following return of the .el*ecial Itlair.- xamIiin.- Sta'ili 1n to i se*e if Ithle. e're-
)f ten: lioa'ded Ir IiHodMg- theii de'a4"rilbed
J 8. Broouni. M l'i|Peper W t he. wound whi h canti.-. irl it atl
lkTr-.e'. ; tliairl \W II T ',n '' T diath, tai wound b**.in jila. .atoe.
lkmn:lamJ.. t '1 .Me 'ormlick. S .M1 the lhart mad about thli ie olf a
It;l\i~ J Chew-er :iItr dollar. in oilonio ol of itiiet.-
Tl'e jur) wash l f ll. (toilUpleteid uld 'theh Lnfiction of such a wound would
jirn as follows. Iot h .t- Statel aud inltaliatl kno k a Inaln do ,n T'hicre,
detlmUw hbalinllg exhaupsted all Is-r.'sil- were hblox rtails all ui, anil doiin
t(ry challenges~ the front jiorch and in tihe dooilay:
W. S. Turner. W. Smith. T aI pistol ball went through the Inslide
)dcKlnney. John Howard. Rube Hague. jof the wall of the room Paitol was

Officers Arres

Deadly Mi

CINVINNATIs 0. June 9 -h'nime'd
tstaea jeoutalaca'. Inapise-turs fronm ('aai
4-iflUaltI belae. e' (Ic aeh ham da a,. c're-e
thte 'Mdejikmr e uo the ,pl*ac Is' a ,'1d
lit thin outa r.at Mr M lt, )iaiei 'i'iu.
214 110 I l pt Ia 5-e (Icti lt ( ullteea111 aI C e I
do. :a ru' I w% I I, Sasst ii a lot %Ili
I thill t ll 1401 40aeu V,4'ce al .Ilie W Cat ielult,
IIo E4l A .'I n I f I III..

C.~.1 1 'rt4 a A a 1 l P1. 1,1- 1 at

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VA it- II i I 'eI-a

stated that be knew both parties and
was at Jordan's bouse lat December.
one year ago. when Bryant arrested
Jordan. Coasel for defense objected.
but objection was overrled. Bryant
was attempting to lock Jordan up and
Jordan sald that he would kll Bryant
If he put him In jail. Witness stated
upon cross-examinatlo that be had
seen both parties bn High 8prings
H. L S-teer.

was next called.
in High Springa

Stated that he was
on the day of the

killing and saw deceased msed Mr.
Jordan home. Bryant did not ar-
rest Jordan. Witness sad that Bryat
told Jordan that If he would go home
be would pay his hack fare. DI
fendant said he would go. Witness
said he thought Jordan was drinkilg.
A. L Summereo
was next called ad stated that as
undertaker he Irepared Bryant's
body for burial. ttaw stains In tbh
hall of the house and on the front
polth. Sains applarrd to be fresh
Said that quite a crowd was, present
when be arrived.
The State heie rer'.t d. ltat withdrew
ir allS(. %a* r.-t aleid. V tie-. st.ed that
Mr. |r :ant I;. I jrz,,d hima hi.
pistoll on r seA\-ra*l oca.-iotu*. and that
o(ne chdll .r of the'' Itol an S al
"wa)a emptcv; -ald IIhat pistol niliht
!ha\.- l. 'i E.a.ided all auil'ud at the
lilie- ofl 1i a iiiTi 'ilh .
Dr. 6. C. Hodgea
waa recalled and listed he gate
ltr)alat the pistol and he knewt that
it wao Itr.anlt' hal-t to carry hil,
plisld ia it ojr ichamnbei r empt.l. but
hI. did not know if the' chanmbe-r was
etuilt) the day of the klliul.
State rested and comut took a short
Defendant on stand.
Defendant on tanaL

Duncan Jordan was called nl his
ow n behalf. Said that on day of kill
S Chief Of Igl he was informed of some threats
that Mr. Bryant bad uade aalast
bi k. Bald he got in bu"gy Bryant
had proc-ured and sentI bome. He
if a L e G a msaw Mr. Iedge-l teant comaul and
Turned and sent Into his house and
walked out on his frout porch Saw
Iryanat junamp os e his fe-n-c and rcounis
in Pittsburg. The handwriting in the towards him ITrtursat looked swld.
leitte.s to Amiron is Identical lith t, et,.nt in the h ouienn and asked
Ihat l i hi Il-ttel.r re.-ce'.l ,d I, .Antalio lirealit w1hat he li a maiid Ilr)aut re'-
Ilizzo a fruit dealer of ('l'incnnatlli. who pj1ed )ou Said I~aunt broke open
died ne.\.sil teeks agoe aft.r reifullngl dutr, drte hi Kgul ;thii fired. Iraslitn
to olr ) I- tli- detm aiid iof a black lhas d hIl IJo.ulrdlia l i.aa k II, had pIre'lousil!
It t it h l ,ayr *e$1 sm ir forfitl i rl. lifte. e re.d hs o* it e slid nirtd almndil
Ie' ilied iullit r 'aeu i; a .ha iiia.iL 9 glei. ii tlie,. tile-. hIl .n.t did llraihlt I
lii i ,% A lraiig,-r ii.r, A e il.-'I chlE 1f 1 .t i l..lN19 11, tl Iiall' ( I ,B t li' t ,l6 l l6 hI it l0'b l leeI l 1ill i
. 1 '.i h i f al. li l | tIe niAlt. A-IIi, i .1 i s l |l l ,lli
S *.1' e li st -le a ffi ll. l, r 1 .it, 1 I Ii It -.I ,! r ti tllh I ) l ie
.1- ilth e ti '* 1114 Il0 1r4If d iel Ill Is( .. ',i. ,f Il a it i, [ ii.
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i',.ti I *f a l l l f t l I t I -'l h 1 .' .'i i 1
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eafte Veter'tIMI fdbI

MEMPHIS. Tenat. June 9.--roam SatB Cblu Tlb e Iht Ie the eat
songs of ar, from tap of drum and rean in rMal W Irt brestig ate.
shrill scream of Ate. from martial i-. na l Ih Id 4SImela
MobIe. Aim.. and Uestesm. I egg, ae
formal and accoutrements of battle, the t i _ob -\ s
seese In Momphis hebamsd yesterday ~ms~ to have a eell e
aftehorno at the Confederate renaon tieo Iad the etiro atly I plabu ded
to daltty femialty lI Paris gowns with osig beias the State "Uime
and flowers. tI Itl0." The ether tis eAt
T beautiful Sower parade was a asleep. ever, and tad he lm
delightful trasitlo and It appealedIs tt oly the Ital eaui Of t Ie
not only to the visitors, but to the ballot will reveal t of t
veterans as wel. Over a hundred wnlner.
stylish equlpages, decorated with the The heat was Igg 1 et
most exquaite bloesom of the Loath- huMRiy gret. As a -g n ft~a
lad aad carrying the lower and were a sa or ao r men
beauty of Sotthera womaaboo, pmas -two sta l--mot NI the tvi d e
ed slowly through the city streets r 1ng the old mna i pa. TIb pro
early three hours. very lmeagi- oe trom (e wIeath ibr e or eeo
able deslg was carried out. Every or weatbar, I reaedW, W W
possible color eobtamaton was d coi- by veryae.
'eloped and at the ide ofa ea ear The GS asgi of 1is
rtage rode two or more s ety -me- -d be-g .W ft
weartng the colors o the lad es, M ep i the m* M LM
whLoe ecoN they were. Itnpe* am Jua e swap& ofe N bL VIh
ed In the l e were tweMty bands of -- .-l f ftS 4 M
nmusirk. "rM1a 1 T11 -10 ah b w
One of the pretty features o thei msa wnt a vwa a 4 f was d '
parade as a guard of hoor of mi Is e wit *h a des o%
hundred old Confederate owolers e of tahd m IIe
mounted and at each ofLcer's iMde. at peab As 0tamLI. her gh agM
tired In smow whto. rode a youaM gof Iy, M% 0i I IM M
irL The parade followed the M cl ose eL e a reL4se a me iad
of the afternoon seesa of tthe resa- thekber oa ysl kOw aeMs
Ion at which Gen. Theodore I. Garett to er t mii
f Norfolk and Col. ILaos Or la of the stag asted op. eiB emi ,hW
New Orleans were the esential a with" ry 1eui1 1 dt
sypcakerai. bands roe sarplyb brabod is
Fight for Next Rieqol military etate.
After the para,'. the veteran and Bot it was whn her freIh swe
Ions (f the vrtera nT Jointly mt to voke trlled4 t the, v rds of t
honor the women of the Coafederacy Iamo old battle hyma that the U
aind inlt-ct de tain in bronze for demonstratloI of the reuami beeb
State monumeiitr in their boor. out. Aa the last words died wa
Earlier In the (lay the sons of vete- there was a of the old yell tIha
ranks completed their orgauniation and fairly split the atlmoahera. n
listened to addresises by Governor threw their hats la the air., b ed
San.deIr of louiltana and Governor one another aid more s aa me of
NoH.l of Mal-lisslpl. them iroke Into tears which there
.At'r the reception to te vr Woe n made no attempt to hie. The eo.
of tihe (. fedeirary last night there vention was a ae of waving str
wa. an 1tformal dance to the spoa- and bars and the masl af the hbad
aors and maids of honor at the Tr- was drowned by the cheMrs

Three-Cornerd Fight In-

terrumpts Trial's Progress

ATLANTA. June -lnterruptIng fray, received a smart whuck oer the
the Irogre.s of a case on trial. a rat head.
tlin thr-ee oruneredTl abt took place After the partltpaat had lreied
),eaterdat in the cou rt oom of Justicf about the room several tiea -a *
of the 1-cacre Kdar Orr betweeu Dr. ly milup of arms, tlp aad de-m dli
K C' Cartlede and W. i MUcNe' arld blowo-they were aHiy embded.
his son, W. S. McNeal. Jr whereupon Jadge Orr dreted that
The mrun fought for aonte I tu' c ad al of them be committed to jail IJ
It took Judge Orr and all his ba!lifft rosltecnyt of court. ID they al
to separate then.m Vists and chairs offered apologlea to these saort a
we-re' uw-d In the onslangxat Balliff were allowed to go with doa ao
Tutiker Inl attlruilisl to quell lhe at f 1 each
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Tennessee Minister Marries

Five Couples at One Time

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bI hMw Mkmrd Wiem, Wc

br~vd 1, ?arsi~ Mku

ofr M p n ed..
ha mini Ia situ
I beho neticanly
f tam IV waerw

'IoI~to do I
Of th0n edr'

I13 -ae
'adB iom mow sOW

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frodwe 4M
Me of gob a

is owa

,p dad*

.a- ~I. ---
ow 4 10 f" ma
%rq~qw= to 1011

mom dimme1as

8L ramSf dedee
SImnoa e that mM wSik
i*d hds ere days

11 It d I n a e w ill
"su espe some.

Snmm k the admn a
Sw Iael that ais cotll

OI Wa* mmo IetloI

M INtb hoMase terat l
ada f had matld sm h tthe
emi me t sll O thi leal plr

---be Mw m new, amis hamks
ilia em that though ehteas Ice
m a ams woe sha mat escape
me "asd aatde we are ad to
to aam" me W as U idar O

I, -1 yew. What womad a town

oLs tam- UMrg re?
P ,"Aa g..tiM.e. and worthy etiasmi
ber wft a -a 0 Kw oouW a

of r m et ISLtata 4 to the sam
ot Ito I ple of thf esty. I again
*e Wmm F to OamlovUll."

0- IhM0eatI of the Flortida
e Pharmaeetkal AaeociatioU:
&Mar year has p t. and we meet
0- ft o shesatful eU. U city of
LL I hoIe that each oe of
p hIae bhomht a feeling of ood
W, Of -ad IAMowahli. ar that we
vs --ad i emvatrm the hap
it il mad m iabl of all awmrt
Lry I meamhy srech a mbsy dr
ary MWdkellhy seWcb a bvsy hug

gist, as you know. has
time to tudy oratory or

ery tittle

t't.I wish you to bring sone helpful
Mess arn 4thoghts to make our btai-
neaa sore anseeeful.
"Alog all les are we wprogresing
&ad developing mew Ideas and
a. It this mareh of progre
we mst Join and bring all aor eaer
e to bear the question in hand.
'B" anr we to ssed?: ?uCO.
mwk for t OrDed eatr to
tM whe des-re I aId who work
It. m4 se1baly to toamen w
a "i wl a8 leve wm re other

m-ve. --L E-ew es ma mi.
Sesal e a a_ e s seith a Idto

Me h alat a a tAeas goe tll tuo
a sso meA W hat -br seeIt he

il heo aI e of bolinea I a
SW es we s ha o ms

WAd w' MenLew dra bml Ls
Iree b e me e o I0 mst elyen t
He-aft MaM be a c gemdma n-

de haeinr e tas

aimagoa. *888@ag81 bu1neaL Mu *
Smhe mt he she M t es

toNga* In e wi

ie seM, er I a doortait wt
SLa bav cae of my o glat

-Yeas tha am iet nh eIe le-t to

$eq8 udter e H aesil aisa o sr -
lwemLwet ise ms tly

Ity aad ua a aoothr ehane da
aI dame at ora a wiha tm

.r. aliAMk a Irma *on ges, ia I
W "sltml" I a uwra wltr s leuo*,

destryegg. ae adf theadn heoad
gr eLe -4[ mulne --e wll ave

a y cwa o goehlnl In tItt.
H"e uo ise hoegale, bhe aWoel

the nihdwre trade.
" larb I mao tan t er o ppertuniet
ktnoc a Wl.M t aHo'oa ek s' 'to
atell.' b y. The tohen there ins
Oie Il the hear are bu simness--

dgoe leader than a door ait l coudl
tas ayve chfand so(ll o uchu oa t
lt, dat ma a other nuchade, ano

oM I Wren. T here yi ae olu tln i

Ian late of uar cn' -ear ouwill ha
0 leda a dot n aI Now It ibac. ren
wit h ae whoesaloe hardware lade

asye y can theredo something n tat.

ie, I havke a changer he kncks r
i n t. P at opportunity and gets ie

the brnwa tbhre vbere o. rome olr
tagy.' for I tell OU. iif ouK cllt( aIltd
orA few months laterou are you will meet

bteie sas u t I then there s noth-
'illed adeadeattar a oornailur ancou
tioes have cange so uch of late

ao abou t teres nothing l cet o
ness' to be ifn. oce knocks opportun-

Ulht' and makes another change, and
so It goes. There is absolutely no

"busiss in the w orld which has notl
emething ahead--o r the m-b an whol
Mows lo a to go after it. aoh
**Now bring your gase back home

and ll I yl our can't ear opa rtuit
oortunithereb y where ,)u ,are yu will-

Take oula fresh start, open your .tl
"It ab luy you.,sa dI.,lr, thrt. b,

g forces. atorter aiug tdlhr i, aal

gather our forces togeth.'r to eti

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Fruit Cake

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Cr-am Ch,-,se Salt ia. ,S
Deii Taastie Cafe Sarch
Cigare Clgareti--s~
IcRd Hydrogen Monoxide
(mitrauat-'ed umnde'r the' i'ur. Fuodm
and Dux At t.
Members Attending.
Among thIiow lit amtiteiance t-are
Wmn. H. Oipi'enheinit-r. T~aumlIam J. I'
Auihrosv,.(;al av\I1t-; J N1 S~awltio-l-1.
1r..d.nto m it.Fr-ci I. Jaccd'. islm
sit-. Jtkctkoai ttile-. W W' Jeiliii.
aiai.-ttiotilt-. IF W Zauc-rs aid idtiit.-
L~ake- ie-lt-i W. f 'Oile.it, 1oial K
Iltf-roc. T anml'mi "'KE Tt.-i. Ui#.
OuJ S lh~miftoerti. Uii.,cil.
WV Ianisatiur 1'altkJa. Jie- A

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eemplish the reots for which or
asseelati n has bees orgatled.
"Lt a e take ap these matters
n a halfway. halfhearted manner, but
get ef It all there I to be had"
No busraes eterprtle would prom-
per If anagled In the half-hearted
manner that State association affaih
are usually managed. Good things
have to be ipshed to make them go
8o 1i.t us each take a personal Inter-
eat in Its welfare, securing new mem
bets. attending meetings, and doing
sood for the association
"lt's my opinion that we should
have a nadge. as a symbol of our an.
-,oclantioll. w.:r!i. It at all tim s. I
would suggest a comniftt'., Il.,ng ai
polated for this urlpoe.
"I rbould think a vote of th'uks
should be extended to the gentleman:
who rompose the hoard of Pharmacy.
and who worked Mo hard for the pas -
ae of the pharmacy bill which re
cently went through, and with which
all of you are no doubt familiar.
"I trust you have all something
god to ay and I am heartily In far.
or of the working of the N. A. R. D.
f which I am a member, and I hope
that eeryome prset here Is also a
member of t grand organlsatio.
whih ha doee so mech for the re-
tll drug baiaase
"And mow. n closlag I thank you
for the homer ea erred uO am for
the past yar, and carry that the
wer I have hbee able to aeeomplsh
has bes me amitd ad trust the
ming year will have meth8ng
Iod frr emh ad everyone "
Thet beehe r
hom repiln give. fie drl U
at 11 a. m. was largely attended ad
msy of the laes f GaYme vise were
t to wekome tum, afterwards e
J eag a Uttle Imprompta dace a the
lag r a of the 0b buLtdaC
a e aIUrIemuat of tihe mormts
mem.a Photrapher Smith was esa
ed Ia mrviae ml a sap-eht was
taken a the mmbers preset
Atermeian esesh
The after'on a esm was devoted
i the reg ar rrtine bu eme- and
alo considerta a large number of
appieatlms to the asoelatilo, which
to New la r aad better than ever
before t Its history.
A very antresting little talk was
delivered by Dr. Elhtas. who will
make a address before the assoca-
tio at their morning aeaton today.
By tar me of the most enjoyable
faturea of the gatherlag tas the ban-
uet. which was served at the White
House leat Bight, something like 100
plate being served.
great preparations had been made
by Manager Murray and he looked
after his guests in a manner that
would have done credit to any hotel
Following is the menu:

Grapefruit Cuma Xericum
Consolme A la "Vinol"
Lettuce and Tomato Salad. C. P
Stuffed Young Turkey. Crainbrry
Baked Tolulnto-*.. 4;r e)n P.a.'. Ut 8. P
A-l aranu- Tips aon T(oast
I'uniich a la "H'teall"
Chicken Salad, N F.
Ice Cream


W. W. bumrrom,





Fire. Life and Accident .,""" ,



A COUc1*PLE OFii' *'I(
1 A RIM; t Fi &,n-- irrigt.~1
4etc. : 4 i[11* ile fr-mi ta~in.aii )%s-
.j'iick 1me iii.r r $*!,(N5W)
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s and 2 -t..ry > 1,0oI-.No 41.

No. 374
.0 ..a.I. a .. o m a

Sa 0


Your attention to your own intcretstI may fau, ,ut we
feel a- if v ladl dolt our duty in trying to draw it.
I D l't I11ntgl' t your O( Wi
-t it'i'~l ,y leaving

y s i' r 1 Iy i t ITra l,'I,. 'lt-

S. t lc lrlll invt )lv d is so

-t'1-c for tlich crinil lil
-r f n .^ ,,,-glect. \'.- eliminate
tile t oltl er wlitli you iii-
i SMA a sire t riugil Fri.



1. & hbeale ores and Ulcers n the very simplest way. It Just goe
right down into the blood and remove the cause, and the pfce is boua4
to heal because te im puritles and morbkd Matters whkhihawe been the
means of keeping the uler open are no longer absorbed from the blood.
External pplications of alTvs, lotions, plasters, tc., can never produce &
eur because they do not reach the source of the trouble. At best they
can only allay pain or reduce inflammation; such treatnient Is working ol
symptoms and not reaching the cause. Every nutritive corpuscle in the
blood is weakened or infected, they cannot nourlIh the fbrous tissue around
the place, but instead they constantly discharg into the flesh around the
sore a quantity of impure, germ-laden matter which gradually eats Into the
surrounding healthy tissue and causes the ulcer to enlarge. Since Impurs
blood Is responsible for ore and Ulcers, a medicine that can purify the
blood ii th only hopo of a cure. S. 8. S. ha lo:;g lmen recognized as the
greI:tost of all blood pIrtfiers, posassing the qualities necesaa:y to re .,)v
evtry impurity from the blood. While curing the sore or ulcer S. S.8.
brings about a healthy condition of the flesh by supplying it with rich.
healthy blood, and thus makes the cure permanent a.d lasting. Book on
Sors and Ulcers and any medical advice free to all who write.

-- F. B. MYE.RS, M ranvr

DUIon't be mled, for none arh
WI(o ,ogood a this.


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G. S. Xetohant & Co.
qAwu -m &bm f

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
GrIq, Gwder Seed aqd Fert~lbm

Itlgbeg macie pIe pai faIor a ClImeme Se J Iai eb Pudrs

ft" K"Al mw Rye we Mief mv do VerY Sa" u"so
a Iea w" ism.W vml uwm wi oom dam&

tr~ttrtr~Pv4~ru9~t~ 0(

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DI' 1 DA~TV 41-v -1AI VC'jl K. eIItO()R1DA, JUSE 10,1309 1




Miss Rives. Whose Picture Appears.
is Working Hard in Her Sec-
tion for Votes.

There are Iran ticallh no changl-s
Ii the stauding of the leaders in the.
Co-lwratei\e ('Cnt!.st. except that they
ba'e Increaced their vote c ably sluce the last count, and the
* rear" ones are showing great gains.
MIls Gertrude Guinn of Hague makes
the greatest gain. having secured over
100,000 votes since the last count.
Prom thi time on the votes will be
counted only twice a week. every
Wednedaday and Saturday morins,
tnles they become too heavy la the
Miss Rosa Lee Rives of High
Springs has been one of The Sun's
valued workers during the contest and

Min RosL Le Rives, High Springs.

we take pleasure in producing her
phoip in this issue. bhe is r.It '
with having nailkd this office owr
twenty new subscribers. is still work-
In.g and has reached fifth i..:'r
Solicit subscrlptlonw during your
spare time at home and tell your
friends where they can obtain votes.
s,, when they come to the city to do


at te LWm t Prices

(MmF' "w a~rwltwo beat-
igil &At.lt~eewqif ils ofr a *iamb. V,&-
tuft ,stn Ple qUA~Tl ( I -fV-1n1 1M'ik 804
r-"k untipuiffieircitv theik u uvally ITe
Onr r 1 I two iIflut. %ee Wih *Ik01.
Crca or" anY g'-WI u.l ti llUmct. Itt
dieal'lcl-e wi k ret otir f c...tmtil l: 4 lopl ttit
rceding11. i:..i ifear at"bed with atsas-
tmlrte or at l maii It.I t.
Sirta r a yta ige ef J.11.0 1too,(41m
rfwin, int,) a pari of RAlk mid
are two quarts cit As ice u iSa&
one cent a da.sb.

011w tradIa... tile,. c:= 1 i1" ? ou Ie

Tie oetcrwtt Is yet young and souse
of the very bottom ones can specur
'he top places by a little hard work.
rolluaittg Is the vote as canvassed
Gain"eV we-Cetral SeiaS .
Ities Addle Goode ........ l.4l1.4641

.11 ifs

M Is
%i lss

Margaret Iedletter.... 6C.9.0o;
Estelle lleal* .......... 41,.%2V
lessile Carver ........ 103.770
Nora Stalls ........... 76.1.3.
Myra Bwearingen ..'... 47,53.
Gertrude Harrod ...... 41.735
blauche Thompson .... 26.915
Mary Fernandes ...... 23.585
Aura M. Lewis ....... 22.390
Alice Schafer ......... 13.17.
Mabel Williams ....... 12.31.:
N. W. Taylor ......... 6.920
Annie Bell Taylor ..... I.650
Eva Bauknight ....... 6.1:5r
Race Bullard ........ ri.t20
Male Crouch ........ 5.210
Ella Balley ........... 3.870
Maude McKay ........ 2.455
Fanie Whiting ........ 1.480
Curtis Pitts ........... 00

Easter and Setherm Distri
Miss Hattie Enalis, Tacoma..219.0m".
liss Lora McCredle, M'cnopy 216.334,
.liss Mabel McCredie. M'cnopy 214."4.,
ilIs Martie Chamberlin. Mica-
nopy ................. .... 210,6d0i
Mi s Ella Jolly. Orange H'ts...144,470
M)ss Heessi Waits. Hawthorn. 94.6:,
Mls Mylrtle Hammond. IHaw-
thorn ...... .. .......... 2.1
Miss Itertle Shaw. Fairbanks. 6h.27;,
Miss Wilma Maines. Monieocha 52.00-'
Iliss Cordelia Ctown. Rocky
Point ..... .... ...... ... 3 .93
Mis. Annie S t .. iHawtthorti 3...7
0i1% Pauline t'arlton. Mica

:101% .

--WE NAVE THEM IN SRTCK- Mfi,. Agnes Zetrouer. orwhtlllh.
Mitas Lua 'Perry.. Rwitchell,
AGENTS FOR Misi Piattie Zeitrou r, ltR.n-htlle
L. C. Smith Gun. li... .l. el (t;elw lli. Hwil rinr
Draper A Maynard Sporting Goods. ,I s iiilia (;uhrit. H hell.
Dangler Gasoline Ranges. %!1. c.(ii.i Si!,,w n lia. .tl c
Yale & Towne Builders' Hardware. Cr.eiek
J. S. Colt I Company Acetelyne Nl .\,!!;, : .i i
Gas Machines. i ': Ti ... !:Ti ; .
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds l;: M;tt, .ti, l..!: is hli.-
S it. !i. Kh 11:1 LltI i./t \\%':!l<
L. J. McClosky Snw White Enam- ':i.s .Tir Hiall. tr.mirle lh! It li-
S.I-s Va.il.taiia Staf. Waildo .
Pale Interior Varnish, Pa'e VW.' \M i.s M:ar ILrAtilr Atsater.
Oamar Varnish. Witldo .
AGENTS FOR Mi-c (;, rtrirue Simith. Fair
Market Company. Ltd., Pure W hit: l,ainki
Imported SAoedish Enamel Ware. Vlins ManiSl llalley. Waldo ....

1 he Celebrated Acme Plaster and
A. me Wainscoat Plaster.
Frescoat Cold Water Paint
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
tlanges of all Kinds.
Pittaburg Special Field Fence, also
Hog-Proof Fence, all widths.
The Grand White Mountain Refrige-
We sell all kinds of Mill Supplie
Steel Split Pulley, Steel Shafting
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves. Stillson
Wrenches, Marco Spiral Packing.
ti h Pressure Packing of all kinds,
H)draulic Packing, Penerthy Injectors
a d Lubricators, Garfteld Ejectors and
Jrjectors, Flue Expanders Flue Scrap-
erf. Boiler Rivets. Cap and Set
bc. C s.
Also Turpentine Supplies. Council
T.0oi, Black Joe Hacka and Pullers,
B.ttng, Schovil Hoes. Hoop Iron,
SBia Strairer Wire, Galvanized Wire
C Oth, No. 2. No. 3, and No. 4 mesh.
In fact, when you are in want of
.A ,thi'~ dcn't fael to see the Ga,,ii,
.. e i irdare Ccrr,.ny We yiVe
*L .es Cn a pr.rnac ri n 'A fe r cash

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Western and Nortinern Section.

Mia. Hatl ti .udmig. '11K I
M sl lialtidul- I rid allit. 1 M isi .Luc(ida Iryant i. ll,'
\IS.- Ainnsi Kirkland. Alachua
,tisi Vidda Itarrni. Hell.
Mrs. HI Maddox. Arlher..
Ml:: Rosa I.-e Rives. lligb
Mllir \a PIusell. Alachua .
splrias .
Misp G(prtrude Gulun. Hlaue 1
%Ml-* Kll-u Ik- ille. Arr-do ,diitl
Mrs I Ware. High 8lpriigr
Sits Alteun Ioull. Arredondo
M ie Aunie ivolll-. Arredondo
\I i. iliiiA \'W illiin Trt l ntiii
11-P .l v'rA l llSt il<"- laguo.
lir .1 :e I' aik.r I. I 'ro~, ~
i r. t.l0t. 1 Itiirnt tl ILa(Crt ,
"I Is i'.atio. Akam Ai re ol<>nio
1l l 'i c.i1, .4k im A ler, ,lil,,e
1l-- !, .r rl M l.* "1 A l. i Nil i
\t .-- 4.A'l, l .,ir \, .lb* ri\
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14 1.42"
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The Large New Laundry Will Contain
Every Facility for Proper
Handling of Work.

Work has commenced on the large
new laundry building for 8. 0. W.ar\-
er on West Liberty street and aill
be rushed to completion as fast a.
the concrete can "cure."
All the excavation work has biee
-ompleted and by the latter part oi
,he we'k the concrete fr SIll have been placed In the ground.
,nd the building begin to a-sumAe
This structure is being built by
V. It. Thomas esiectally for tile uis
.f Mr. We:ter a, a laundry building
md It will I.e arranged to suil hi-
,utlrienient s.
The new machinery ordered for the
mulldlnxr is expected here Iby the tlin
he work is completedd and Aill he
installed that be nmav I t down ti
business without further delav. as the
loss of his old plant has proved a
treat hardship upon him.
With everything new and maclhin.
r3 of the latest Inmlpmed manufac
ure. he will Iew better prepiaIred to
handle the business in future. He is
installing a Ilint that will meet the
growing demands of Gaineaville.


One of tha Freight Hans et Seaboard
Dept itays Stlme Cat.
Part of the stolen goods from the
pressing shop were located Wednes-
-lay. at the Seaboard depot, one of
.he hands having bought a coat from
i strange darkey who stated that he
was "short of funds" and wanted the
money to get of to Jacksonville.
The bargain being a good one. he
readily borrowed the money and paid
for the coat. but later to the day re
ilrted the matter to the authorities
and the owner of the shol, at once
identllfid it.
The negro from whom the cotl
was purchased left on the Seaboard
rami anid It is suplauned he went t(
l~Iakr( rIlle

The habit uo aurwerlui ad*. thb
45lkpul to you it one that will keel
.ou Interestee io the life you ar*. It
Ii. mid i*.i*"-



ho It

r'- ac i lii lr do tl for the' ipen"'l
t[l t : t at :;' i .lrt I al v Itihlt.
ltin inl diistd.ll-h

'l to .1 W .Mc'olluini & Co(.' t
*T.i and ad t U bIlox of .Mllotna l ailt'
lihe gr< :il It rrl' .lt i fo r ind It' i
ll td o t ia'eli Itr e lil i -
Ttke li oi.r If inoi suffering ib iii
It li Ih t atl Il.ti.' with or after liiealr
aiid .t the id 4 of 1 dal s If you Canit
veat a siquar-e lieal %llhout ditirre,
K<, to J Wt MlcC'ollumi ('Co'. anid gel
)our nioliet back.
That's where trihe square deal come.
lut Mll oia is re-all) a stomach ul,
builder of great nirit. ecrry day tbh

i tare rectelee more than a
I22-.40- i I t t(nrfnrom grateful people
Ilti6.II5, clute thacrit after ?Its' hed lost all
I~wltil.; 1.,, 1,11 c tirt-4
Th-'Ice queic uk l 1mi 1 ;' e I.4 4 li 4n
(j fill otnb41 thev tIonjacitc- I iti t feit
%tiae r fort-hic jur a, t ht'like c h attil I
1,% Tc rire rtlcIt rs,o # i oy ICt

le4- 'lIo1 It ici i t t r M ai it W
1 7 -1 ,, 1 r e I r o

'iti Iirs I-~ i r
I? hi I i. I t 'AoiII

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wh. h


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A Vital Point

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Better Not Get


If h* help Kodl ew e Drneh, bh
fIfectasly heig Ngaw. to R3ev kiLt*to
s dot trf 6le i6h diggtWh6

A gret many people who bave
tried with ladIetlok, have been
sorry for it-when ervos or
chronic dyspepala ralted, and
they have not ben able to cur It.
Ut Kodol ad prevent hlavi
Everyone is object to hdls-
tio. Stomach ra'" memt tonows
Stomach ahbew. t a matwralt
a" )jt a surely as a ai d dow
belty stomach resltsa upe th
taklag o Kodol

lmsinead Od-- b-ate--d smiale
O f UiMed liek tog o ed W
Ee.tac Ma be tt1 Iht at oUw

w t, Kedol dige sI t M. to

Ord ry p tab
oL And tIm the -kek yaq ft"

.3 dobgies, Ate..m madt Whey
to be it su beat to yIa, is
sa d 0 amm lis ow

a partial j-j- --m ,y I -b
not ddiessMm at a.
Kodol apsyftet Isr. a
you mouR mie =dl~sei
partdele of fsodC s sufImatbt
Mlan tstdbel Im our bherdut
yeu would kuw WeMi a
5WO 4
NatureMsad Kadd wU N mw
cure a d* km--- --Isu
to be ced t-ha sthbI N
O ef w I l tw h~ i le s
weLd 5M a dbm a

"ow n.

FOc:),R 8A.LU UT A., TG AL





The Leo Distame

One of the w set va liable feature operatlg IT ve rta le ese d so
.I our nservi, to eur suberriber and e u*M t a-m nft -m In -ilP
to the public generally. Is owr esenos- met and IO their iW ted O NO
.on with the e ex long do lwist e sti
in** of t:e A rsrican Telephalo and Only by ro e of ths ela a t
Telegraph Ce*apany and the ether as- arra-ngement bten the e Toil
sociated Sell Telepihone rempanies. l phemAe s mpmaIs l pmabl to g to
We own thousand of mi!sl cf long a ell TOelepho0e aim- apWn
distance lines in the seven Statesa n ask It L Lr Di91ad and be -P i
which we operate andi l -add-ten i an emm anieaten W alMo w A y pmal
sennetl any telephone In eur 'aem In the entry.
with lines exte-di ( s t any other ety This vael ntwark of wlirs, l d.
In which a ell Toelphee system is ing thrimaheo theo Anti, is s im
operated. daily in semmaero od lr Iao ial po
Theme lone dieam o t are of the poe by thew banker, the famr and
mot modern and Improved eomlre citase Isn a wliO of alfe and our
tln and are maintained at a hig plant here is as important link s thl
state of eMleancy. The *ell eystOeom, great e

Southern Be!! Telephone

and Telegraph Company

(Fficiul sevic?. I Rum" bift
sr -'1


Fw "riquih..wN

Will be issued about April 15th. If jyoJ di a O
cut out and mail thi coup to Mn:

B. II. LEVY, BRO. & 00.,
Savannah, Oa.
(Write with pencil)
Please end om a copy of your Mail Oder
Catalogue for Spring and ~uunmer 1909.

Name . . . . . . .. . ....

t rl .... ... ......... ..... *

t lf ..............................
I 1low Itir illnte of two pirtiws in my tOWn
wlioui I tliik would also be intereted in your

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Us -r
p ow* Ift mollftwk pllow
ICI CrrAek" Is



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h tl-ame at pesr-t
OI I= a =ne

o S-o *- t of t

Sw- him B e dbe ao
U b wh tp p r epe

ir fi Mow luf It taW Mal

mI 0 I- wit haive
Io-t tol u him as the mit won
yo h e *at of the

eWwould eAse e b eraredd outh

100 aew W&ec MGM Ga and Obeyn
ssal es o -

Ile S Mow leI Is Ito sel
thn *OW vae rseteot d inldm.*
oeumto as slow the ti whe4v

Ot- (oma m a Lho st ail
sooft f eeted

art at to e or maea tto tore wa-
dr "MWa is0et Restuai*il

sl@M U* Ua Ashbee to ie
shunt ruala hime uI ot Tait

asewo u d hao* to be val r ofried ot
th of wlee s mahe atotb rieat
Afpet agetL Is tIe eegt. G Cl

bi anedh Mwi S rams St J ofutherA
ao Members Sot ls las eteo rate to

sa a th at the frott th te oht aled
age goow" bat to be carlred out
m Sl Ie Is e wrae ad the r h ts

-~heWS thewa. te th o eelked s al
b e. ue o .




IaVk 'in

Railroad Conumision the Legislature
aetgocted to put the changes of the
Mnon mader the control of. that auto-
cratic body. Perhaps it is Just as well.
as that might have called for another
$7,0eo appropriate ioo.

Mr. Hltchcock is goitn to Cuba on
sick lkve. Politics is dead at Wush
latao. but asu t Is soothing in 11-
vana the chaaBe may rut this po-
Ittkll gentleman on his fIet again.

Reed 8am(ool aures I.rui;i.lntly in
the tartif making because be is both
a wool grower and manufacturer The
Mormon elder catches eum coming
aOd guing.

StlO Reward, 100.
The readers of his pawpr will be
pletaed to lear that there Il at tle-st
on dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all it stage'.
and that L. catarrh ll1. C'atarrh
Cure i Ithe oul% IuelitI.l tur< .kn it;n
to the medical frate-rl.t). 'taJrrh
being a c ruuntltutl', l it, .t., r.
quires a cr natitutIelil rtr*etii, it
Hall (Catarrh 'urt a italk.- l.l&.r
ally. a<'titi dir*-t; v u lion th- bhl
and imuctoun .urft'-.e, ( thli *s te*(ii
thtrecb) dt(ritt, tlg 'i.- foutl-atliin '
the diwalree id il \ll8r thel. .It1. t
strength b) buildiuli upi tIhel cotl,-tt' ,
tliu and anistin ig ture In dolit.l I',
*ork The Ior,>rl i.irs hs.ha .m* usutb
faith in It curtita i. w-r thtit Ithb
uflr Oue Hundrrd Iolllars Iftr Ia)
ca's tha it t fail* to cure eLt. fur
etlimonoals.L Addreus.
P J CHENLEY a CO Tuletu 0
Sold by all drueaIIstt. 5 cents
Take Hall a Famill ili fur coasti

.. i m .


it e e days of dtnruaase tlat
I erk the mere than peaslmo lity
Of war hbtwes Oermay Aad Onr
Irttatl, a tn the streastbhu o
varies and avesto. it Is rfreshlag tc
teI of mIethti tangible belnl
dae to omote harmony and peae
emonm aetios.
C IMg I to t vse of this evlort
--l It the llatrument. aad the act
ora r rrepreenWtatTle of the sturdy
hatefliget and pee and home-lowvi
Smeasavian ratce. It Is but son
three ears slate Norway separate
from Swdtln. ar.d although it s.
;VacftRiy consmmated yet the ten
aloe was great. To dispel feeling'
of etramsement uad sumlelron and
to promote a better ndtrstandlan
between the people of Denmark. Nor
way amd Swede I tI e oh t oet t h
m-teeal seulety wMih to CMiago haS
se rctly give. and .with great sme
C44% the Smadltavita Harmony

Sthe m movement ortigiates
mtoe private ceti s nd aI Armrica
touted af b tte I saftaavlae now"r
a "ets Mdoe "M tnas Imt aportance
IAe dmo SI It eremeL t. bem
INS m- a Mft- s a ser1Y4. thU.
kw t1o eait. Me a-e to bnde to
ha a we -mL L talls wl Go t

BMg- eiiau m e snllt a t
Msn t ofas e amt u. ~em. a
eLma~gtIo wtoo -a a pa

* l. Wwt Ja a m biog ma"saw
1eW -S l f eAMOrNo. orwar. e
wam& poermr ao&
posse afm s se&mUM&s a a4ed
if the OMt thusoet weam oet
nori Ri l oa r oumeters il Ihr
rII w Ua t ea r of ib
v to t-o I slma tMo

IMPe P. J. ikm of Dwnelnes
ShbA be thea s gyun soldmer Is
me mDsdmsa e soei durmg the
mS W r. W things o m o dolor
sulw oft The Ofa Star isys:
S to-sa iM to be the yowneut
smer s ea "e eere service.
be e allet wrnIs to the arsmemal
ai Uemnb when Ol U yfea- es d
S SO eM. ta o m i i and re

Or l Is nven J. t beJs r heObe
b is army eased over ito the
dV es ChrItmasI day. I4. If there
woe any ymg seOdIers who did
etal ewslee o Oe mnes, we have
gt heaod fO them. He was also pros
to IN ahe pIa-- aof 141. when Ges.
Goiae of Soe UnoM forces bom-
tbrded ad took Fort Pulaski. a scene
hs writer also saw and participated
a. Weo vt through the big gap made
by the shot of Gilmores guns.

Miler Oliver J. Parmer of The
Breason TimewDemocrat hands out
this bit o( sarcasm relative to the
Florid Railroad Commission: '1L,
either extruding the power of the

Toea samet aerd to orew e*9.
In thse dews of atiean us eempestitse
It 1l Meewm to maatalan, f bS I a
It I -i-pol l o to so tisl without ro-
*aiabg a lmuromo growth of hair.
The praese of Da4nru tIndicates the
preseme of a burrowlg ierm which
ves and thrives on the roots of the
hair uant It eCame total baldns.
Newbros Herpicide Ia the only kanW
lMtro4 r of this peet. and t is u as oc-
thv as it is earfattul to use
Hewpleide mae as elegant hair dres
Las as weln as ndruf eur.
Arept an substtuto-there Io nn*e.
$old ty ltoaing dru"istta Send 1e. ta
s ams for Maple to Tbe Herplid Co..
petrout, Moe.
J. Bodlford & Co.. Special Agents.



The P4ihe6ma Vld

rb _

I ft Egg(

Wrhs ow Pr~Ws, Towi, lo.





Tickets on saile fromn Jacksonville every Mon-
dlay and Thurcrny l.beinning with lunee 17hI i up to
Aug. 3oth, with tinal return limit .~-pt. 3:0th.
htol)-overs allowed on tihee ticke-ts at Rich-
o1110id. ~a Ilingtol. IBaltimore andl l'hila'lelphlia.
Reduced rates to other s.umimilr resorts.
For information. rate. rent rvations, etc., call
on or write to A. W. IHTl IT. livi.iin,, I'RIas&eil-
ger Agent, l-e \V-. t Iyy t .lcksimville, Fla.
***u*u**u:Stt Hf0> Oo

se Ak i skksskAdg em sk eeesk eh ekAdkAlf f itAf

I tat-~. 46- (

m gs"GU-*w* m am oseI
wWAON#Nvo Gmr .

Air Line Railway

Two E PULLt Train uI l.ily

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N LINE 4 'p r. g' kiall "Ihircu-il g ltcjceri
.JatL-e1r ii% lt' to N'Iw 4( ti )ricn.

Fer foil Information and sleeP. sIr r'esevatleae ollsim
any Agent Goboard, or write & C OYVL SOW. NJr.. Leet
General Ponper Agentook Jas*lo, F Ie
4 Co r0 1 O,@O-~~ 3'

--'- '---' 'F-0-----.
Whan rt Seward
the paihsam of Atesa ft ro uesan
mest people though et I ay mueh *
as L-ti XV of Prnce thought of
Cand-tat Ihat t was a "few arpts of
snow." Politlral conesderations wia-
ly Influenced Ieth America and Ru sw
als in the matter and but few thought
that the rountrv would ever be of Pd i CUr
crworcial value nFt the 4tiscovery IL --rAlI
of old and fuller knowledge have la
Proved that the climate coditions. at D Old Sor
least to some sections. were morePI Sp'a0 f.LM rL c
favorable than supposed and theb
natural resources of immense value. GIe Ih T rail md e Node
The expoltion now opn in neattle h |h" T M, fo 28, O d $1.00
will .rtlt further reveal the po i l. l-.

that has already taken place. ST.. ,LOW .
7= .ndVu rmeowhOttge
President Taft did the right thing" W J O TSO N
the other. aht In tlevin a theatre
on acot of a saelous play that
was betg gives. How fa. I at all, *

7" 7f2!1Tampa Jacisonville Rail'y
heaal nor sI *IIn plays aft pop. Tampa & J k
the.t're magrd wll tae the re,

n pay etet If they Q
auar. Th umrity oft mMa er are
*mn m reby Bwaacda.l amM 3 rvU DoI DM 1tM..
tiMa artlti., and the t he
ask tmsel- is.- "wm payr** Bt
*evey decent. thougtfl an4 w1 61 afWw Gaonesvil for IoaOpfo, Whirfield loM I
ma wI appMlr the Proent'. l io 8 b................. 10:10am
Utk. o It olhts to o do ...semet'ig" *
to vwlln rtfe tU S prott Retniin, arri OsieiU ................. 4:2
a-at prk t 1at ear 04pt a an
- a*r of emraaowln s a. LItaC koinesville for 8mpeon City, Paath,
ake City, Vald ad all point North 6:0p
A nm earsi ort ereo te
s, I an. R teea eauni.- arre Guinmvill ................ 9:30 p
to pay a Man ives OI Comt A.
hare1M buband, 1or a ean to aver
is emuag neaeNe Trenh laws L L L Su ui b T'r
are earully sand wON" IE@1111y made.11



- lk a -TOT-T-it -w- -w- v

Th oM worM may be sauhty. but
Is heart mat be a right whom t
ee down nto ts peeket sad gives
$3S.M .00 to reieve the smferl
from th Itauou erthuke.

It asem to hav oe rred to Peru
mther s-4ely that it had ot t
ltged Ia a revolatk a qute a

senate Baily argues wth both

A 0 Au OLD

'lni, IAIlY SUN: 0AINE VILLK. FLORIDA, JUNE 10, 1909 5




Strong Faculty Has Been Engaged for
Each Sehool and Good Results

Are Anticipated.

T r-' : .. i '. ,,1
w it! 0 n in I) (; r ... il'.t iI T al!i
h:i .. on Iri- t' 2 t I : i *. '
n *' r u of 1i .*t* T'- t I ii.1.1
*-I for Ih ; i t;i:'# -' il :; I i -
A A. Murphro.-. |'re t!, ;it I'lii er
si. of Florlida. plrin-1'l 1': p,: ,hIog'
W. 1.. Flo~d. Prcf...-?or of Scl.enc,.
I'niverlIty of Florida. t,)tan. >olon
Tom F. M leeath. Profe-ueor Peda.
aogy. Industrial Institute and College.
Columbus, Mi ss.; arithmetic, algebra.
I. I. Hime.. Princpall Palatka High
School; rhetoric. tEglish grammar.
Florida history. political geography.
P. W. Corr. Principal South Florida
Normal Institute; Lnglish literature.
orthography, reading. composition.
H. A. Ierrell. Principal Apalachicola
Htgh School; general history, phy.I-
cal geography. U. 8. history, cl.il
W. H. Russell Principal Jasper
Normal Ibstitute; Latin. plane geom-
etery. sold geometry.
R. M. vans, Principal Osceola
High School; U. 8. history, botany.
physical geography. Florida history.
iss Jessie Morrell. Principal of the
Primary Department of the St. Peters-
burg Hig School; primary methods,
Yoeu Nver CaM Tell
Just exactly the aue of your tm-
matmnn. but ya know you have IL
Do you know that Ballard's Sw
Liniment will cure it?-relieve te
pain, reduce the swelling and limber
the joints ad muscles so that you
will be as active and well as you ever
were. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00. Sold
by W. M. Johaaoa.
The want ada. do ore real etate
besasn the all ether broken a
blaed--ta tact the tar' stoat o6
the business that te aroaers aac
agents fIl




We are li*plahying a .,'!
lin of


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;IIIII IK.,it Wood S~toves anilI
RIil~ge'.' Soldill this psectiibll.

F'ner Jlit. W h it I O~ e~o tI I'ilId4)Ye

For me wishee uy we .
soo a isbrants 15 IsO
mar MatM ao 5 13.51.

FItpMC r TocT N
Ee C~h Mawr at 55.45
--raplarprice 55.50. cal

BrIm.f t .r 141)y tom tlw a joileaie.

We we veius u nBth Combo

(iIf four)Il,. yotlu wtollln't like. t0o
tinl Iafter yo t havIe f co titlrn-
'1.y iipro\ i**. a plt e of 1h a
:t.tte that the title of ?satin
I1 ,ot dte Br B]e siunr theIn to
:1ve in llinlke an altr.it oif
tlhe pro.ppetive purliaft'* I-be
fore youk illve-4.
I)Dn't Imty in the dlark-
have11 I ltike aanI altract alld
know what you're buying.

(Gainerille. Florida.



(ContUond from hPl Two.)
A. Sott. Starke; L. Hardee. Chief
laid; M. W. Start ad wife. Jack-
sonille; Wm. Fairly Jacksoville;
r. Reeder, Wellka: M. H. DePas.
Ga aesville; Dr. J. H. Hodges. J. H.
Colem, city; A. N. O'kief. JackL m.
ville; A. J. Lalg. Jackoaville; W. T.
Bodiford. ity; H. R. Moyer. Fort
White; M. O. Tomas. Bradentowa;
Louis C. Lynch, Gainesville; W. E.
iinas, Atlanta; H. P. Oobert, F. W.
Cralges ad J. W. McCollum, city.


SuperWset dent Kelley Has Larg
MNmber Tak4ig I minattie
County Superatendeut J. L KeUley
Is now busy with a number of teach-
ern wo are here for the purpose of
taking the county exaumiation for
certlfcates In order that they may
be qualified to teach during the com-
lux term.
He I beI ng mastited at the Hgllh
School by Miss Serena Shannon. while
R. II. Weeks is in charge of the col-
ored department at IUnion Academy.
There are e\ciitiee the examination and t unty-four col-
ored. and nil of thoic taking examina-
tion for frst gr.ade will compl'-te their
lattHris about Frida% afternoon. the.
c,.iond and third grades this after.

Little Ladies Entertain.
A Jo ini hirthIdt part\ ;. a t -niidro
lo, .i>. '. Vuernaa uudl (;r:ia'' Iiill'r'
T'lle-ei a ftei; -riifo Mi frmi I to *; o' i<( k
:at th* htii-, oif their piarent-. Mrr :;inl
Mr1- %I M Ilallard. !, -a KAt OranKg'

.\ 1, 11 I ulllri lr fl t-in l ttle liadiifs'
S'''nit l! i. IIl' a r<-e Iil'l ait alid t1 he
'."lnr \\:"- r,;t-, I i ll il'# ah"d i"n>le,
IUi i ,rl- pri)Ti;tli t(o tili-' o. ca-lolti
Ii S utll h- .-rclhanir r ,o- et ,d th.
priLe. a bli of tandll for blowing out
thi.e greatest n iiii'),r I of .ilndle.- )on
the (-nke of th*iO *I 1, it Mit '. rna.I
thile 111 Irma Vidal a!i.- awarded

%li Aliiio i lAirruld re.e Led a hbox
O If an';lll for oe-t igall H-nlllgI the- largole t
Iniilmber of i;iiiill io s on thl.- cak'e ol
%1Ni- (rauc au. l tti h "l-1- iln this
inl-t:at 'e went to I, r ile. (',ole,
Isl all h..- ca a ittlon Iro ed a lmo>(
dillgihtf ul ,onil

Hicks' CAPUDINE is the bes.t reme
dy reli.oesa the achnlu said feI\rtbh
re s--r'lreu the cold and restor,--
Bt rimal Iim)Wlad;ilt 10 l, 2-, iAnd 1,tl at drug

S., She D0. It
"\'.". \ t tbe h t 3 'ou
it ,ir ,:t It I l i' o Il *I s o', .
In e .' *.r
1.. :'. .o r* .!.o e I .- '
i .* 0 .. Ion I ..a '* l M II e ..lil u

of I l li iI tit All-' s I '--h
fir UPI A 4 lii A- f lost! To'f'Iis L #14loeNMI
I u- l ) Oil k, jA Io- .V L ) Ittir
dom k We0I.1 rifAko n the blei
rich. o. 'ur o r.- .r t fe-* rft ct

Read the sat ads Ia toay's Sm



Doors Will Open to Bargain Hunters
at an Early Hour Today.
The great cl -othig sale of I'hifer
litrc. who hat purthap.ed nearlyy the*
e*ntir clothing -tn'k (4 the I'hilfer
Sl Mrri. (' C. will Ise itirt d tolda
and sill last fur th, lnext teil date).
Thlil ', oune of the' larMegnt ale,. of
thea kind cl-.r pla( ,e on here, and am
it has )two-n thrmiughly adiertis-d.
the-re i no diobt Iut what they aIll
bI aret-ted ith tra-teuudous crowds
Aseile fro i t he many bharsKlir llhat
are offenred in cI(thlil. the>y ha\*e
luade a cut prllt li (on c-\-r laling
handled by them

Taw Nettee.
In puruance of chapterr No 4116,
Section 85, las ,of iorida, I give e.
low a statemealt *Ii1 .ii. ir the amoullnt
of taxes collected ,ty W. D. Diekimm,in
tlx collector of \l.aehua county, Ilor.
iMa for it..o -riatl eiediig l M SI,.
10 as shown tIy county treasurer's
reo-Cilpt on Ill in l) uf ofce, owt :
TAI klik A191
I.ier-n-ee 74
iia l Fund W11 41
Kud aF .4d. b,, e.. I17 i I1( h3
deh ,iul ,und 1'121 4
4,.',,I l iA.l. "I -,I. [,triLt* t167 60
- 1h, .1 P' ,1e,, H l 7 1 It)
i'hob.il Polls, lI 24 6 l ,
Total. $3447 47
r* II. 'ikre ut ,
'lrk C'ircuit C'ourt.


_._ ba-. .5 -bl .Ah. ..a-a k
Ose ovWs I$ ama



(Continued from Paire One )
lhein told hy Judge P '\l]. of thrrats
nii-de h ltru.ant again-t hlin
I'lwir cross examination -;.ad that
ii" was inl the' nahit *,f I,.t ing his
Cilln mo1t anywhere lIadedl Said
Mr Klryant caught bold of the run
harrel lf'fot re he fred and that
lPr'ant fired firit Wltn-n -. .hoid
t!.* poioetion that he- .util d,'e .-eetel
.,* ; standi!nig in.
One, of the jurors Mir Pl'ei.rrt ask
d .1Mr. Jordan If ne sa. drunk Shei,
Ihel hboinlcide ocTtrred atd a tnit
-tated that lit' was not.
M. A. kBeley
was next called for the defense. Wit
nessed stated that he lived in High
Springs and was acquainted with
both parties. That be had a conver-
sation with Bryant la which Blryaa
said that Jordan was opposing him la
his election and e (Rryantl expect-
ed he would have serious trouble with
him. Also tated Bryant said he ex-
pected he would have to kill him be-
fore the electia.
T. H. Willard was next called and
teatlied that he knew the defendant
and was in High Springs the day of
the trouble. Saw Mr. Jordan after
the occurrence ad saw the wound on
Jorda's baud.
W. B. Orter wasu nt called for the
defense and stated t he knew the
defeadaut and wet to Jorda's hose
about tea minutes after the trouble.
Saw a powder stain on defeadat's
neck and the woad on his band.
H. C. Cats
was next called ad testiied about
the uame as previous witness.
Dr. Hodges was recalled for the
State aud tested that be kaew de-
ceaed sad saw bim oa the day of
the killing; that he did oat know If
deceased was driaka or aot
Defense rested. Court adjourned
until 7:3 p. m.

Court was called to order at 7:30
o'clock, when counsel began arg-
Judge Syd L. Crtar waa the flrat
to address the jury. and spoke for
about an bhor and a quarter for the
defense. Attorney Thrasher, who was
associated with Judgo Carter In the
case. did not sewak.
Solicitor Rivers consumed about
forty-five minutes in presenting the
State's case, at the conclusion of
which Judge Will* delivered the
charge and the jury retired at 9:5.
p n.
At !oi4l' the jur' bad not re-ached
a e-rdlet and court adjourned until
'. o'clock this im rnling.

w* -Tiu~C WA I.L Y .o Uo-.
C. IL 4w a t Is

awam sman
c.~.a. 0 ~~Svpu


5 "V"OT I."

This Coupon may i rest at The Kun oelk or at eithr of the rtlm a *
ated wlith tll roo NOT GOOD AFTER JI'NK 30, 1981


HOW so Wshom NkL
A peowr ma wh- t a 6a-
sop t a -- Tsthm .a d a w
wre trameMbe wba a btmad w

bear epe A kO whe a wate u
made sma pbrebsse at the ap
Psth., tlhh well ku wlu that te
ma' death out t a cw tat -a"
come a mlUaC, the wv e bd oh
suffered from bl roleac. Lhe we
mot. however. quite pepaled for the
touiral way l which the wife took h er
Sald the lady. "I am sre. Mrs. 0,
that you muet mine your hblted "
"Well. owmm. It do eel queer to in
Into the shop and 8:4 souethblngl
the till."-LAudou EXuess.

Per Milk
Is often thought to be resposalble
for an Infant's loss In weight or ge-
eral poor health. The cause usually
is that the child has worms. They
get the nourishment of the food and
the. Baby st..ves, actually starves.
White'" ('r -anl Ve-rmlfuge exlwl.i the
wornu and nourlMhes the child, rure
"*I -fife. Price( 25 cents. Bold b) W.
M. Johnson.

iwN L

Groceries Grain

No Order Too Large

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A 811m1119i. NO..
w Jeffe me d ta tlltn thin ow:
ftthe ring of I fft befu In the
iermityo W ON -twoa. N. X. .. I
&*t oer to call on my old friend.
Doe T'somleou. It hepjuietl ttaltt I
saled at an Inbopportunme theW. sai tii
wam folk were boumx-'a'lntmIt.
wet. I mkId as I drore tll 1-1t the
bsm that The ckiutbe iaes lita t!h e ri
1bck of th hou"e were' I:adj., ,:li,
Deea was very atid uyl u!4.. I *. ti
I**oover hla i wIze f egIs. 1:i v% ':1 :i
Oeek esperal pride Wewere t ut'
the big yard back,4l theA .b.
D oswas pul nain .. ;- Ili;. r.sfar
Its* we oeled 'ac vOl l It It
througb s omeqet n_-r I. -:'
peking away at ae.we: iik: I1 I 01.
ground. lifting It hltheIr bII uraiA dreoj
'lug IU again.
*What's the niater udi b t:!., i.,
iddy. anyway. ieur I a-Led
"t). was silent for a miasinute. tlwa
drawled out:
-WeleI. )on swe. 2.4-, asti .4 it ratb-
of doneetbe sort If fchu I eazllate the
old gid mus be geilcy n rady a,, Laya
cerpu.t "-`-.New lr tecear..i~b
SAGRinass IN Douigk.
A mWst side tsullI that abh rig all
pnduts of the L take ll hutadit,' J
for a maid of all V 4.rk
I 'am you make lrdrud- vai .Ilm
queenIns put to era it spl'iiq.i:at
Of all the maIds bho jortte~lod te
own that a~ompiashrawncat the u... va
ebw The Mwi with the fridlet uIsmHI
and arms.
I dAn'l know ab^.ut the V. I 4.iij,
that rhuk-9." ventured a IwnCe w.ia-.,Ater
a .t the fIwily. --*,#uddi, it I.. .
better to u ik ('ot a *I iil.. r ...
*.\u( at all." sid the IL.1t AlL?
we reeihlrv In thIA fill4. .. e- itl.
IbinglupSidguji reid
U1111 Uread I ame. ;licv IuIt11,
a god brvedakur A I,2 it'
rather deioate hisudsak; %%'juP
Itwter tried etbna ':e iae et-Ie sale
lik se sige U I t,,: ..a-I 1;1a 1.1 1
peamd heedS tei t Ist editdltILItho I 1.
Inag lThe 11.1,1 ~ a -c S I. L
*I11U IItV l .UI Ibe lpa% % La~i.%!
.iL4 I- .'.gtse eI life Ltu t 4IL"
dle'Ai N t SI q LI.I

%%'Lrthvr frtcui 4 !i, Lt-4 rt
f Le.IbV'J 1,17f &I.cu. Cb uI -,'*.1.
r r,~U.')'1.

& ta e MAIN i' .&

Ii1 II I,

t~ ald bQt at dr g As" we

"twa@SPATW5 'mUIWO.

9"I"M HemTho Are IN "
6 Pla n % bWM we "
The bamimeme mimes "d diumoud
ring Is ,be 6h. away In the Co
Openrai Came wIN be the gramN
ii dI~Ilbed t prime ever offered
In Alsehue oGUtY.
Ptrtip. trgdi witbh any o the lfol
Ijwlag atore ID be elIves ouac iot
hr every Penny spent:
SeloeiUs Furulture ComPa
hrmftur; Phor & Morris Co.. clob
Iaggd tumamgun; O lmrsvil. Hard
mn C&. pLagU and hardware;
Mm IP. T. McC'mlck millinery; W.
IL oaeng. drops ad medclucs: L
a Sgouho ees sad jewelry; Mr. R.
mm.... &Y godebOW adtio"e; Sass
dire & I Mremsrlee mad tefd
so; city ubry. broad a"d -;.
IP.T. SW froes meaft; Crawtu
a DnbuiW ausNW male stobles; "
I g--; The
S Eqmomes mmd k lWdg; N.
PWASIOWtal mViews ftuft te. S I

Va~ uWbe g0n, t M lleier
00 Ob at The Oft soe,
:^' 0 UeU' kee me hrw.

Me ase bo s:

S d INVe; sew well.

~ inb~ ~nm~p~em.Old
UN woo; mew ft
p y -do ninm oldnk
UN Sws mewo"; senbeo

*w a du at lye easyea nhberwL
-M (bqf,3 edek me., AwgA

va;st;mew -- NMAWVme
Fm a da bt of de m; e' k
Ism1 -(be f Ye12 welek wess.
s, 2. "10.old ---en 3.4
*am am -% r ISO M v1et

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Pw a deb 61twemly4w*o ne-yea
MSAN voume
'4 la m 1smis esmism In"ambero

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Gewmer-A. W. Ollckrlst. Tails,
Secretary at State-At. Clay Craw
or. Talaasaee-*
Comptroller-A C. Crnoo. Tall&

Trsassuere-W. V'. lKztt. TLIa~ba,-
Attormoa..eral- Iaab r
tell TallahbaO.e.
Coialeslutiwer of Agriculture-D. E
McLln, Talahassee
8lupt o. Public lnstructlon- -*. l
Holloway, Tallahasse.
President at the snate-Fr m. ad
-on. Jliat"S.

Cesety OVIO.:
Clerk aad Aud*kr--& Wle.u.
SUPi. FuMlsiftINU40Ct01m-Kr.'. I,

90111107. 0111100111TUDS.
Lolls, Oalueeville.
ghorw-P.O 4 ammy. Gainsevble
Clvety JudgeR 0. IMS& ase.

hfat sA1r-W. W. V.h1., Ch
ha 0.e rW. A Dsk e.

LUMPW.r Ca vM Habe; j. re
fVsqeried. 3auWie -J. W. may

lirebw.Cha sW.Sum

CesInat H~7 .3gb. 0u~r

Meiier 9oa Dwd-I B
Nooksr. Chairman. Haguer; J. W.

'lwmedy .Cm if; 3G.V. nay
rucer hisn. V. ma Trenon;

.1. P. CommonUj. ai.vIee
Members Shool Sn-ea L B

feeka, Chairmam. Hawio Vraat.
bod la; T. A. rse;0. V. Miller.

"a IT m c.Arno
Membr. eus-Sy ad I Crte.

U.neOSve *-T. A.[mISe, ft.
fa"r-whoeraM MIterI. Mxy o

Marsh~al-B. T. Amw. eon n

Cler sa Treaeurer-J. Mazeyr Deli
Cky Attrmey- R.3IL Dvis.
Bome at Aldermena-. K. Broome.
Preslidet; 3. 3. Burnett H. L.. Pblier.
H. SL Graves, C. A. Coleamgb. W. T.
PONd. J. A. Goedwia.
doard ofPublic fWorks-H. IL Tay-
am. Cheihina;W. W. Hampton. sere
; EL rH. D. [ttem. 3. J. BaIrd, J. H.

1w R-d-pta a&M ChiLir
lk KW dYcu IHava Always Wu tt

e~jr.M* ur

A Uarvalouai C~r
It Is relIated i tu ix~~ 4; r-..i..
A nerlkaia. gr.4 liti& : IC4ita In I d i4 .;i f
Iuic l e WIlli wIo 'llet 1.4 1% t. I '

ltb4 MILa~t)i *rlj I .4.41 I.e I *I I~c -1, L *I.
&:crajlb II, ~I(iall~ ew'-.'. Iicw '* *iI,
Itli: I. mtae f11'sr.v1i, wth cr II., r:ii *cI u

lii ~.a.Icnlen 11114. I't C.I i~~
A 4'tI 'C4!tr.~ t.8td.~ 4 ~

into 5 t ~)b fl1kd mli 'tr)be. wI~ste

mixe lite' S~ as1414 t. a Iae Iilri 4 .e'r


with their corlpet it 11511 Icl~Ca-c 'iih.m., ,;': Ihe c4n
with which to (Pj)J s it. Y '.i c1 .t & u:a'n'.i'our G 'iia
Knot bcaua e it cmift be vo. u'- vOVlc it .t CII! it.
You must bo-come an a lver r r A
the penalty of incn:ipcwtenc
Y'ou not only require theh n';i's-%pper t,, flAht f, m a
more hopeful ItymIorr,-,., bu. to kelc) t. ..
from becoming h,), .'CXss. 0
0 (Copyright. Ilvi. bLy Tr:L.,r C.. m. any. k .%.4gA)

A p pp p

"That Wh

| Wort

The cld adage
iug for is atll tru
The t ii.L )ou
bom ., whbthir it i
book- is obtaiurd
d.icu!ty, or not at

*or o ~oi~

ich Is Worth

i Advertising

that what is worth hay
e true of the more intri
Swsitt-whether it is
b a ready-made busiueus
r.tdily through adver
Sal!. tlhrujh uther uea

Having Is


rtag is worth ask.
icat life of today.
a ued piano or a
or a lost pocket.
tisiug, and with
u^ 5


How Alexander Untied

the Knot

Dy Herbert Kaufman.
Alexander the Great was being shown the Gordian
Knot. "It can't be untied," they told him; "every
man who tried to do it fell down."
But Alexander was not discouraged because the
rest had flunked. He simply realized that he would
have to go at it in a different way. And instead of
wasting time with his fingers he drew his sword and
slashed it apart.
Every day a great business general is shown some
knot which has proven too much for his competitors,
and he succeeds because he finds a way to cut it. The
fumbler has no show so long as there is a brother mer-
chant who doesn't waste time trying to accomplish
the impsible-who takes lessons from the failures
about him and avoids the methods which were their
The knottiest problems in trade are:
1--The -m td of s,.
2-Th 0of&m .tomdoe re
3-he pre om .f i# Oe cred.
4-T rWem dn oMiidszim fi d
5-The m dof creadaiu o eshmI" tod y.
None of these knots is going to be untied by fum-
bling fingers. They are too complicated. They're all,
involved together-twisted and entangled over and
about each other-so intertwined that they can't be
solved singly-like the Gordian Knot they must be cut
through at one stroke. And you can't cut the knot
with any sword except the newspaper-because:
1-A afre tM is ow bm. 4sf.. the dape

nmdmo mm--"- n- -- v
a--Dchm dm beg eha6t from. 6mql _W.by

4-Fixed -epess c onb reduced by in
0-te medo N asho s eosles.
8-G wiff caM W& 6be crossed wrM A pd.
Advertising is breeding new giants every year and
making them more powerful every hour. Publicity is
the sustaining food of a powerful store and the only
strengthening nourishment for a wcak one. The re-
tailer who delays his entry into advertising must pay
the penalty of his procrastination by facing more giant
cmnlj ti.,ors as every mu:oth! of opportunity slips by.
Personal ability as a cl,,e lpurcihaser a ~l ; a clever
seller doesn't count for a han 1 :i :;: ohr men are
eCq ally \well ip ste(d and \vcar .i- ,'.- r,1 o(f pulllicitv to
t() t. Th'e are a le to tie your -i. -,,SIlltS inta constantly
closer k: t. W.hi!e -on cannot r:t:i:i.' l.cc:u *: there is
no knot which their adIvertising cannot cut for them:n.
Yesterday you Jou.-t a cU.. to::'cr -t-- LJ, they'\ '"'k

j.. Lug-cstrnse
~k 'jj Sum ~ fug Caliagr ceida Th. Ma.. .i.. lu, LSL.. ~ ~. I,


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University City.

laincs ville fl roi:tc'.1 4 I o the !t'
losit i.:ttrj r : -:i.g a, % i% 1 I tlih 4);(-t
beautiful it)y In thi-. iinteior to Flor-
Ida. It 1 lu'at,.d ini t,i. ,,.I o.;ut. r
of the -t;.v., l ..i L, : o th. At-
lantic and Gulf Coa-t't. 'irrI''i n.l t by
lands of such fcrllt) a- t te calab!e
of ,.r *"" .1 \ % i %',,
tn ti he.it O i. r

i i- 1e i i t < .v1 o ,' : i

which are Alachua Siz.xc. alueth
-Prairie. the ')ils li i 1.. ,ar.
r..h Ci ve. siad Lake,' ,ewan. all of'

Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest
and Sest live stock eAr. ilU thbes StatW,
is only eight miles we-.t of the city
and is rea,'i d by a good hard road.

afording a mobt pleasant drive.
which Gailesvlle it s the county se't.
Cltlsen TLere are many nrtrPa ,,tract lorr '
ti clot", proximity to the city. ftmOle of
which are Alachua Snit K, I if
PralrLe, the Devil's M;li iITper, War.J

r"ve at omve and board nant the saue
w 'b ao reached by private convey-
rin Pa summer ocr trm.h twenties n
nd water. Thlve oc ula rn of Ga the svlle,

As abect eight thousand. representing
ai nly everyht ationalty o the faity
and the rearheand by stranood hrd road

altordn w a hmot ypelr n drive.
The Unrmersi of lrchia tour ty, o
wh n Olthe ateioal theAgricult ral t.
Pertme t oStati aed or atte wntm i
e" Tohe tempert ofre the vr, ity.i

c. canely ever reacblao the :. ...*
ta la mommerr e the twenties In ,
wtetor. Tbo populatio of Oala-Tin iii,
o -doct olsht tboaaumd. reprema UnI
eHrly every rationality oe the bace
of the earth, tad aranlwra always

eet weit a he party el we mt
IT Ulerl ool wori ou
-o aad t-1 Nkt8 J Aricuitoral Bx-
pertlmt BtaUoa aro located within
t- eorporato Umlto ol t-o ety. Il
act. Olavllt o *aay tala
ati v Luat he paIdoled it we omit,
8 tow l them te h- fllowln1 oumotr-
atk of Vat

esamssevmue usm
tllll-llte Ha
O" arUNe
.uo saona.
One garage.
Four hotels.
Four banks
t'our dalrn-..
Obe found
Water works. 1-
Toe churches.
One gas plat.
Two tin &hope.
Three bakeries.
Ten phylcla-j. -
Six fruit stores.
Two gunsmith.
Six restaurants.
One seed store.
Board of Trade.
Six drug stores.
Four shoe shops.
State U'nversity.
Masonlc Tenmple.
Tlvnily lavyers.
Two paliat Pho;ps.
Four contractors.
One bicycle bhop.
Baseball diamond.
Two Ice factories.
Six mnusie schools.
One variety *tore.
One public library.
Two sagum works.
Two planing mills.
Two racket stores.
1 wo luniLt-r )ards.
Oue niai ble works.
Tbrtv billvlt .inithl.
Three woo'd yards .
Five d#tntal rooms
O)ne tIeprT.-s office.
Free mail delivery.
Four beef markets.
Elght barter shupl.
Two Iublic (choolls.
Two muilc houses.
A telephone system.
Two habt rda-herles.
Two ab-trac! offices.
Four lre<'..lig clubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
81i board.ia houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three jCe'Alry ,tores.
Oiie pholhbate otIke.
One Chinese laundry.
o i.e Christian cl.tirch.
Two steam laundries.
'l o Adl\.nt churches.
0. .. daily newLapaper.
Tu hardware stores.
oiurt, finale physrilnn.
l':flte'it gr<-lvy rtoreI .
Five I1apltit churches.
Ihrite furtll.tre stores.
One cold ,t ()'.e w,-rkly n i, -paper.
btivtn dr) K4oMd- ?-tores.
"'Il.re ci'l- drik italnis.
( !i. etlt tritc Itghtt ilant.
Three blacksuiith shops.
Thr-e raill a. 1 ) *tt.nIL .
Fight twnill' tlh i, t rdirs.
TIa Eil~'il al churches
I'tlled State- luLa offTe.
()ne ch:htll l latau h,'ory
Thirteien Suihday schools
Two veterinary surgeons.
One Presb)terlan church.
Two cigar n.anufactortes.
Four real i tuate agetlcle
V~,lutitevr flfi d i artlment
8i-,eral ljintnr a i t stilalt.
SThree Mltth.illsl churches
A brass band organlaitioll.
Two pho(toglralb gallerioa.
T'o muvluig picture howLs
Florida Winter Chautauqua.
Oueo suAl-soekly aewspalr.
Five U10 ierslea fass sIs


Mlrit-clasa Sewerage sYstesm.
Two fertllser manutactcrles.
Five frt, insurauace agncee.
Tuo 1lery and fe"4 'table,.
Oulp t rate anId Itsk t factory.
QOn Elke* Club reading room.
ltardooxifo IaNilanfa luring Plant
Agriultural -E;pr rlmnt station.
k 1. #-d rv 961ilkek. illt ald 1 1i1. ellmeiLp

Tv% of :he b",-t lw'rPls in the iin
to.i (ir. I
T% s to:-nlp grdlu an if ford
T-% kh )N *e vr. *ry v-tat il-h
r *itr :hr ha, n.ade GaGinoit illk

*' *'. K'I a(- a'
t to1 I.

ia tr- ; si,to'y- sote. i'iii't- Aa ant Ii
M,2ro ti~~a of p~ve4 ottreeto nndr
strailtl' it: ,FdeualiLs thnn any othey
to% n In (ie tntt'rior of the State.
An $S5,moOt) court bhoume built of brick
and -tone-a b.oa'itiful structure- and
lte I&arun. fv.es bt"d, slrubl~tiy.
Cunhderate m'inunient. etc.. aurrou:.d-
ing it, make It a most attractle pie-

-DI NMTri-
Gramm SIMMMS m ENst S I
ftI Phsa 51. Alm Left Obg S


DMe" I Graham muildisi. eam
owndeas & Durss s"orme. F

No. 3".

0 **DE1NTJ8T. ...
o 9 o DIO nK
00m wa gab wtN~sad tf


D8 9 TIf

COMM mwr ta=a& Os'taI
hmo M. Oatoesvm FiVO


6AIbLX 1L11.b Aibsas 0..I
Ollse in HaIazs Bloek.

C"n &! 1I-F I ity proven;i.
prote*l sod adi n pDroied), phLmp,
truO )iiy ad farm inglands. 8 *ad
a list of lsi -o til cder for Isale.



rL.' |

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rh. *
*L. 4

And Sio4.41r IS Equity
Res Lortae, Court) &cDei sad We08
eml Practiee. All business Prumtlnt
&.-teded to. (,fiee aett 4oor So bor
0fle". 3G IN KPVI La. FloaznA,
PRactce in all Cours. mate w a

09kcic O4er (i.Ilniciville Ni.ioonAI
flank. tsah.e,.-vlle FloridA

arows tb.. c..&gk mad keal. bss

We Ask.You
1 take Cad1AW, dtr yaw 7=male
trouble euse were mIm
vi belp you. Rmenber that
~ grete kmale remey-

has brwit rob o t1ousaMd& @O
other sickwo Ue wwo hy hY 0
you? For badacbs. acbhe.
Periodical point. femal wea-
mnos may hav idit is "68
bWdmedicinelto mk Try iKI
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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00


To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The

Sun to Citzen of Aladc Cutn !



ets Pnzes

Coatet to Co A pst' 18, 1909

Realizing that all should shar alike in the distributio, lhedi, btanhum hgs
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handiome Piamo d One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alchus county in three disorent si--oM. The
progreMive firm will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any price ofed, a price similar inl a msepeas tre-
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jaekonville, from whom the p1
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prie am folow: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the mapitalt l
in the sid districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be 'reda_ la
cash as a payment on any piano handled by thoa-the Everett, Hvard, _rt
or John Church Piaros. In addition to this they will give a es,_- sM 1_
$25 toll other contestants in the race, and will make peal ayi -a wh
one to take care of their paper on all purchases of lnstrnest at the as pk

w* Will embrace the city and submi and bee...
fined to naradius of four mile o em dbee
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RIM.
stertm fjl 56 Hg 55tf' 'Will oompriae territory raIm
a t Sall points at amnd &m Ro.
chelle all points south-Waldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Camprille. M,
Lake View, Tacoma and all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIAO.

Western ad Northern tm iU io" .an "*, st n.
nUP 1eI to High prinBp, Trenton
Wannee, Wilcox, Pell, Newlterry, Jonesville, AIcer and al settlements covered
hv this area. (ONE PIANO.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vot.
for every cent paid into thelt esta!blillmnt.lts for
goods which they handle:
Gainesville Furni*ure Company. Furniture.
Phifer & Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishing.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Meeicines.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wilson, Dry Goods and Notions.
Saundersa Earle, Groceries and Feed Stffs.
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Srown House, Meals and Lodging.
N. Francscco, Banana Houae, Fruits, ite.
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertilizer Co., Fertiliersa.

.-Thr ots' se
$1.25-Three mont' subac

Where Vs by h t
Boatbox es will ke foued to the estawM
meats of U1- mBrchaUta t BIuaAA bk bi.1J **6e I"I
Iun olceO. Votes eat by mit l air.t iM .~e~aUJ
to the VoUir Coantt Depaertim t of Theb n.
UtkaU ville. lorda.

Rules and Reulati
1. The eoatst s opes to @ayem o Uveg I
Alacbua county who is hnew b teo -desmo
of the oontet or vouhebd t byr same rleputa
pernos, to them well knew
I. No employ. attaheb er relative of tbe po
prietor of te above-amed bI are m elo ol to
partlclipa la this coattes ad WVI pai vcai*te I
so 5asaw.
3. 1. the evet of a lmeersadg etweOI
eudidats or others Interested to ti e1st
ech controversy may be erned to Se e
duster of eoatest. who aIme are the Lese
qualled to reader deldalss
4. In the event a el didas dedes du o
draw from the rae, such manddat WIr ll t he
allowed to trnar votes to toh eredit oA amethe
candidate J the camteL

ipldti e n ..................... 00 700 d
Tiption ... .... .... ....... .. 00 vets 70 ves

$2.50-Six months' subacriptioo ... ..................... 1,100 vt
$5.00-One year's subscription ........ .... ..... ,00 vtes
For a club of fve one.yar suLcriptions (L'";'o," 0.W. U ). 80,00 vtets
For a club of ton six-months' sobscriptions (,r",,, x .30,000 vets
Xl oll Ayi lr I iiJd'

1, 900 vet
1,100 ves
9000 Ttss
ai9000 nto

TI here, is* I) limit to the Iuiul'e-r of clulit each colnteitant may secure.

1.00--One year's subscriptio....................... ............ 100 vt
For a club of five one-year subscriptionm ....................... ..... .,000 ve
For a club of 6 one-year subscriptions. ......................... ..000 vew
''lere in io liOimit to 1thl' mils'or of c'luIm each conitetanlt imay Iseeure.
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the t s
distrlbntlq votes Is uadestrd by to H Owirelw
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MW~t NbMao at tam Pte MW
W d Tois sa5a 13 oew getting
S-r- I Abehr W ys that yseete. w

S3t he ftfor the a hrmerwal df-
01 Us eIYt, mlved her yeter-
r'a *ut visit. *He ha about
ig his sup at that pc and

, ae oM tamu eate hetore o-
rl (L I bryat of High Springs

tgol haregr thre int eveal days.

1a. -- oaeeta tSo roeia terel
SJe U whb e3 SChrged withthe

ISon )NInst o.kNc. e* of1 the
-Pd gAsdisina ow t he stare of
L. W ses. hlt eserday for Fort
U M.S Me expects to remaliM there
i flr the me- te days Wviittag her
aste Mrs. D. L. Graham.

J. H. Mortso of Tampa returned
to tit pIc yesterday after having
apt the past week here arraasln
ir the reaioal of hia family. who
an hi. He has charge ot
Il tMiavamo LaUmbetr Compan):
a I bat Clgw Ckty.


W. It. TWt'MAS



W.. D. ee ftteu1 V afe 1r I
eLo sitk y tday to he prmsat at
W.s assign of at.o
W. C. ewsa e ue emu B al the
Il- ot a that poa. w o treuact-
Ig kalms IN tthe eity aestrda.
L. A. 3. l leklal d of Hague Is
meg the Ilrge a-mer of matry
-pe of bre a-tedt ceam tt eort
L. C. Q ThL ms oe elD me 1of
the orpe metatoa eitms e om that
Ametie. am g the visitors to the

Ml--Mile VIdooto rdy
I. L Grmm us tthe Piee p o

Dmem. R. A. Kswei of Alahe amso e
o those vim o thet deitysrt, wa
r the U vlite Val ere yesterday

Mr0. CbL HXetfricb lef yeo trday
aor Jae bor vle to J waeowleo. Pr

tha atato me~troi)lli *be will proceed
eto Orfes Coive plrin to perd at
week th frtenud s.
W. LR Davea one o tahe ouasul
f cte er oy thes ac trao lcet yeater-
p-.e, wa senumsb his msmaemes
Galeasrile friends yesterday.
Dr. R. A. Caswell of Alachus. Justice

Sdyte peae for d that district thwas
among the visitors here yesterday.

pHe was summoned tere to ate nd
Mrs. ChM& Heifrich left yesterday
hor a short visa to Jacksonville. From

the Sate metroill be t will proceed
to Oree Coote Spring t to spend a
otaweek ab fr ( rend .cupd

by W L. L Orarado; dity wLtr. elao
trie U1htis eworace. bath. aun adl

l. H McClror or *Ap offc e
W. L Oavisy. one of the s essf.ul

ceful plaitern o4 Waldo. war Ira>-
aetla bt ea e yesterday. He
trckter tof the art. left yester- ad
day for ndia prints. the Gt. From this
point he will proceed to Baltimore and

Newad lYk ad will be aIent all the

rop are loomttage to ret on blocu a
d illag aare. formerly loccuped
by W. LL. Orande; city watir. elev.
W ligtMhts. ewerage. bath. and all
maodae convealeaces. Apply to Asl
H. U. McCreary or SBu ofice.
T. ILbGodbey. one 0o the sor* !. t-
ceasful plasters o0 Waldo. was trana-
actimg business here yesterday. He
states that the farmers hbae had
good rains during the past two seeks
*ad in nearly every instance the
-rope are looking fine. promisuig an
'iceileeat )yild.


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They are heavily insulated
and are splendid ice-savers.
Solid oak-ase, woven wire
belvwe, heavily oated with
bock tin. The hardwa
i of the heaviest, made of
- sad full nickel plated.
OmeMd to ive atDa.
lo.. ClU and me Uthem.

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HNw an PlesOas Program o i
De"ag Offred Nigtly
The big baehall bn-flit at the N,*s
laird last asiht Iroved to he th. mos:
IntereetlUa and entertaining of anw
iof the bih-cla-sa I..rforniances placed
on here dt'r'n. t!.. n I,
UMr. LAouir Knl'Pfl.l nad 'L-
eckIs. tn Illu. trt.d w- *--. *I.re q''tt,
!an addition to :bhe \a.t. .:-h f,-atur,
while l~slin la Leo.ne iresentrted at.
tiree mew bill
Thwe haa sever bt-t:s such a |-er
formance placed on in Gailnevilll for
the money. and the weirce fact that
It is for the beaeflt of the ball clul
should make It receive the support of
all admirers of the National game.
Go to the performance this even-
lan. Three reels of picture wUll be
ru In addition to the three vaudeville
acts, ad you will certainly be well

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- addMeal Mae. CAtM Ia advea
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FOR R.NiT-Oae it-room and two
ave room cottage an South Gales-
vtle. Apply to Cola Factory office
FOR RENT-New S-room cottage, all
modern conveniences; 204 E. Court
strectt. Apply S. A. Ledbetter, Jes-
se French Piano Store.

FOR RENT-Half of nicely furnished
house; flue location. modern con-
venlence. Also rooms. single and
In suite. A. B. C.. BSn office.
FOR RENT- ive-room cottage oc
block mext to square; city water.
electric lights. bath toom and all
modern convenleceas Apply at thi.

YOR BALE-New mix-room two-story
house within two blocks of square
Apply 407 W. Masonic street.


bood. Saufaction guaranteed of
Mey refuaded; 50c per bottle
SoM by W. M. Johaso



Theb scre- ill thel tSoulh Atlaltisi
I.la.r l a. -tt.r l t. a.1.o ;l' fIllo'a lm:
C'hait;tainMg 1" .I I l r il.- 1
;.I11e C. ll.d illn *'Ihtli lil,liiix to allou
la'k-totnill* ,ila T*- r t, ;,'Eich train
SSi\;ansah 4 Coluliiuau ''
Maconl .. C'harl-hltol :
AugutaJ ::. ('olunsl u-

A. W. SIul ol Hague ls among
the viaorn to the city. He will re-
male her drag the week as a wit-
es, before the circuit court.
MrL H. L Dem-et of OGaimesvllle
left yesterday fr HavrthoIn, where
she wl spend 'te aes few days. She
was ummoed there oa account of
the UieI oef her brother.
"Dr. Thomas' electric Oil la the best
remedy lor that often fatal diease-
oup. Has bees used with succei
I orr familyfor eight years."-Mrs
L Whiteeare, Ba lo, N. Y.
erry Daliels. a former engineer
a thio divliot of the Atlantic Coat
Line. I among the visitors to the city.
He Is mow engaged n the same ea-
pacity a theo rth end of the lHse.
We do sot know of ay other pifl
t to as good as DeWitt's Attle
Darly Riaer, the famous little liver
pllle--small, getle. pleasant and sure
pls with a reputation. Sold by all

Atteets is directed to the change
la the advertisement of the Baird
Hardware Cmpany. which appear
elsewhere. They are marln a special
ru with the Odorless refrigerators
and I would be best for housekeeper
to iAvesntelst
W. N. Wilao has returned from
a short visit to his rove at South
Lake Weir. one of the prettleet spots
that part o Florida. He states
that the Crove is looklag Sne and he
wl ship a preat deal fruit the
owi- season.
I. Itr(ic cllow of Alachua was
circulatin amoUn his numerous
friends here yesterday. He is now
engaged la the telephone bualnese at
that place and states that he prefers
It to the livery Jbuine ss. which he
formerly followed.
Mrs. W. C. Sellars. widow of the
special agent of the A. C. I, wbho a
killed at High Springs. and for whose
murder D. M. [avidson and James
Kelley are now under indlctiutnt. ha.
returned to bhr bouwc at Tampa after
several days b*pnt in tGaintel llle.
Col. Kclsey Itlaulton. a i.rotl:itii
attorney of Tampa. who Ila-s been inl
the city for several days In case- ot
the Statt -s James, Kelley and D. Ml
Iavidson, charg-d bith the niurdtr of
W. C. Sellars at High Sirinlg>. haa
returned to his home in the Cigar
There are many imitation of IDe-
Wilt ('arbolised Witch lai-Il SalIe
-DeWitt's is the original. lie sure
)ou get l-Witt's Carbolized Wit'ch
Hauel 8alve when )ou ak for it. I
lb good for cuts. burns and bruiset.
and is especially good for piles. Sold
by all druLgists..
The regular bupinue meeting of J J.
fiuley Chapter. I'. 1 C. hbich was
Imosposled on account of the histori-
cal reunion, will be hrld at the reel-
duce- of Mr. J I, Kelley this after
nauo at 4 o'clock Mrs .1 I. Kelle-y.
P'rc-sideut. a Mias Millie Ad.tIuontU Re.
rctrdai:. S<. tar'
IR It lito[ rt u o ntad ail il wi .\.'. ior

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B a liavigr poor snot. pain. d i,.Qf
lils 0LES tl.. givw'st LoUln, l,..S
saker. Will wrw m06 in 6' ,,,ini,
*lile Iou wait- fr.e 4( charge if I ut1
Ila-tory. holes 80tr.
Sbe seaat der to ,e Club. W. bertyl

The read. Ple and Cake you
at should beo strltou. The
Saest oar. miled with pure
rih milk and baked nl the
"l-ty tashlo"' make our
goofd the most dolcdous It is
poeable to produce.
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Autonaiobi Ihavre il er & Vilarl- ,laily
xerpt Sunday at 8:3 ) a. m. Returmini,
riws Nrwberry at w '.30 p. n. A .0-

Fare $1 50



-MRSt. MecIMaK'


At M. M.Cormikk's Mullinery Par-
levs Wst Side Court House
suare, ainsvill Florida.

A cjmj..ete and bhooui!o 0ur'e r'f Irwtrue-
lion In th e Art s f N 1llInerv 1I7n riminrgwil tio
tauaritti y H M. s,-('.baik aho i. avrraduate
I'i Milin#r Ar At I.Pemlap Lo Courm utubts
t wq, to three nI Ith- Rates r.oesp. We For
mpsrtkWuars cell 4W o" qr %qrpr wM,. F. T- 34
VIOUN141K Gaine. o' 'fe. V-1%44k(
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Fancy Horses and

Heavy Draught

-Call i MSECT TEM-

Davis & Oliver

U it' printed statioery you wa
rhe Sam odo Is the place to get I





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8onittimes you may be told that
there are other things Just as good
as DeWitt's Kidney and BIladder Pills.
Thatr not so. Nothing made is as
guod as lDWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills for any ailments of the kidne)
and bladder, which always result in
weak back. backache. rheumatic
pains, rhebmatism and urinary dli-
orders. A trial of DeWitt'a Kidney
and Bladder Pills is sufftient to con-
viace you bow good they are Send
your same to E C. DCeWitt & Co..
Chicago. for a free trial box. They
are old here by all drulgsts.


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Capibi FI had


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First National Bank

Surplus, $.I4,000.(K

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in'. rr~. rlas'. : Ir; a ll -I. -- i s, u I ui .a e. 4-.4111 144 C
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IN E W CA It 1,0 A 1)

Capital, sl(m),(MMIANO


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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday
In I

Yolk. JeXVIII No. U90



about ot feerom&ad .m anmt.

N G Y OF PURm a TbooUz w t forIF
state.t he statedbenew= am

saw hUm G day of k l ags "d that
he took the prlmowe Ino la ted).
mMr. Tbem sta th aea t partly
Imed8 ptind0 1-W-1 91 M1I0;"

,a ~ MW an m, It t RSWV.?M_ oef
WMaf tWere he moedw" ti t m.v
w. aet s w e.o that
-Opu court was calledsto oder L C. Raoms, a A. oDet.e1A A. w. be wwe nbise the u sa ll ebm IllMaIP T @6.. m3
8:j Wedeeda monr. Jude Tlor. J. Lar,. M. Pepper, lB h b1e the at at V Ms1e wNeOr, am 4 owe. -Up M
m b ea ,C. L h r d, c. iJ. nm aend bn shoe ; iw ft lto drll4ens, imftM W
S 1miay= .the11Mi n eapber. was ooeabie o aedhe hU do&Uri. Byes mtoe W hme m- SOr t
o fthe ddodnl lrealme a tmr esw the to Is, her ver an t ht her he st* n eW Wa e tsWss eU e '
wk to slt a jry. twelof twelve ~i1 mhm. L~ at l O
try *t*ose otd the Uns vs. W aDw Nabes Weat wo sent41Wo I*iM ma s P" h y he W
IP. W. Dom w e C lo w Otit S ihe m sated ho lhe eWt a mw
Joi h de. md wt the nrr lisaw hine =I e Dumberaoy. lo d twaig Orl e n ad e d b60T t .. ...r. .. a WE
mift L y. 8aMmtBl. ma ob& leU WPi. 2mb, m -1rdm gmes, tsheem as o heMs wimael. S, mMemc e Mteulnm BIaa
have bl. umf endaJnoheu&l i n he mD a 3me Jn a ann of s two
__ -mm IN I d .
L &L e@eGaD W. L M oo, a & c. demlea* f he M6e reedm lose *ems as e wo Over a ae eant
5. N. "m C L. D d 0. ld wkes el lsd wentNs NM hm swd ~he k ew1 b1h pPeAs e o 4%dft w 0
3e LC L CT, C. Oe. u Jeram had bes t s em as w at rIdms's b les hat emm b.ne o a e
,Mra T e. -e teg A h rJn1t a1 W r mrmt Ia -etr& to wthe eR t f ooI ad r e 0 Sewer me
i dn6 p. 11 No. Isawfoso erVUIdJedm rd1WseiWI be=*Of 11110 m111110 the11
LC. l aoe, ~K rmn. I. drives Jwrdem hem lmai l 1m te bwot ..e*im' was ovw~. bMud b .4 iF 1
m J. I. SWm.Ir, d eae be on. Upea boiw bed whw he **e attr emptigt a eek e ra p me e
TV. 2e JL. A. WNm&a tJ. 5 s rmrales awer the her lted JeI, JerAd idM at he wdM 1 rim tN be d was .ed 4.m
D, I. A. Cswoe lW. m. de th reaned l him. As they of he pt him b e W es ted e ..no n tA
A L i. Ies.e 5. A. Pel. e P. ae u swomet eb0e sh en Iesti oeat he h Me d at d o Side4
L C e ,t .are A. ebIorrtae r w ameth te b esa a part HLi se i n _i_ 01 ns e _twoerm le la
Ma0 eaas w l d.mte. JWed appe larded he -t te beutoo o t P. iee t a
aer eend L C. ais weie wah himF. Plealfl rtn bo- was Mrt Ste eateW that he m to ahe Ime the Sem W--a Is

he y wae t. ly etner a d the deed wf I.h .doId a y ht hem nmel .
by OLInan 0 O -a the eds t d II Of = o. Ssts.e

The es a t eoaaf es the a jury a s e aene me w t n a uS asar. was esad saw e ean o s usty si a Wh "
e:mpa.eR bd twelve s etab. Se em i in Oess e Wtm1e4M is iJoran that he wemhe me meMedW in us ne#A-
their a h the be. b autibm woaun head sahbr bLu Wu wt e wold pay hi. s b aDo. t edt ha s iMWe S'
o4 Maltosl Mvemtremen ut1 ( Jordae so t blrlat. T here (a I he hJ wma ble. te o ge- Ut -I
peea vr was exhaust with .so obstrto between wlss 1a 1@41 1 a 14
tleveo wro a Inthe b. At tBs Bryant up the to a U. of the WOaAra es W J'iL W I
.e the deaense had exhausted Its aot: Bryat bad mt draws or at was est called and mated th a Now Odesa wn
u chaegee while the state had tempted to draw his pkt up to the undertaker be prepared byeas
mreu o Its teno ebleses l time Jordab shot; he drew hi pitol body for bi brawL aw stains I th
The eant the ordered the er rafter the s A red. Cross examie- bll of the houe ad as toh ftrt m
te bty of the county. return him from hs direct testo Said that qrite crowd was present soes O athe veter. Al a b
I astanter. Retur of tsis vemre *k. H Ga wh en be arrived. bamer the ormes of tshe am6dw la
| t artho -up to the so Dr. 1P. C. Hodges was swor for The Stat. here rsted. e wkre a iet du-gas Io hames O d
sad eorts adjourned until 3 the State. Witness was phypcia sis aneouneement and 8. P. Thonm. MatO memaI he their O& -1
ck. id surgeon; body was recall ed. Witness stated that l athe athes of vs os
Afatersee Ges" deceased atJordans h ome; sa w a Mr. Bryant had looked Nhi his als Omlted theiOr ai a t1 M 4d hel
J Adfl o pree ordecidaaed ot Jord:a's home; sw pstac a everl occasions, ad ^ a- that e tad a ae d b aya eL
SWha court wos o allied to order lase barrel sot gun and t32 call bre A ol o seveer al occasloase s adt es os aaddnss aby ew m O
So'c!ock Sher Ramsey made the pistol lying near dead man: did not oneA haw'em ; po the Psetl was" i Ues of ls.iad aG
lowag return of the speCal vea tre eamile weapons to se If they wee ways empty; said hlat pistol ht eNol W to Mleel eaL atI
:oaded. Dr. Hodges thes drited of de Cdesacr ibe gdhs re
le 0eel te -ba- bt aded all rd t Ae
J. Brooem., n'. Pepper. W. 8. the wound which caused Bryuat's lofb u 1j'atll adas t aa ther e sp a
ey. t Patrd. W. H. Tinrn. F. T. death the wound being just above Dr.C. ao Ia C e of baf em h thMe Tn VM
g hla T. McCormick. 8. the heart and about the sise of a i recalled ad* stated m ave
vIs. J. L Chesser. liver dollar: in opinion of witness Uibryat ti pIt"Md i h knew tIt a
The jury was aally completed and the Iniction of such Ia woad would It was Bryant's habit -o carry hiA
Bas a t follows. both the 1tt and l l uastaStl knock a m down r. Tre pistol witd ow chamber I empty. b If l sM I U
use bartg exhausted all pcI mp wer e blood tali .ll up and down be did Jt know if the cmber was
banllasm: the frit porch and In th doorway; empty the day of the kiNe.

De fwent e n oon Stan
W. I S. Turr. W. 3t. Smth. T. J. a istol all wenet through the inside Sr.te rete an esurt to a eh

Su oDucanes JordaS was c led is
own abhalf. Sa tht aes dy of kL
of Ven~ e For ar he waste Ilard of some. three ATl LANTA. Jue .- laHe g I
Stat S&P a s hLad EMMA&&Alm" the progress of a e 1se a trial, a ra t A

K.GtI r valley and Davigdson ybrnt Wag threcortred gt lo
m .oCered "o."dt ra hisr bersrd CII Chnaredge I W. 4landi $
walked oat a s tre at percd. Saw his e A. S. .Meeal, rJr. Uti
Oircuit Court mat Tuesday moiraes *d wih the murder of Gee L 8r17t5 Bryant jump over his feene and emm The mam fought fu mm time sad all
nant so adJeurnment of Monday. marshal of High Sprngs, was t towards him. Bryant looked wi. It laek Jude. Orr sad MhIs baLlb cam
Wis preeg. for : Wednday mor tie wet the bhems and ased 3 searate them. d e
At the ealuslee of taking v which time a s ocial se troe of hiuny rat lanS he wanted. i-o *. at e rem d Ir the ouplesght. BlE 'a
e the ease of the A. C. L vs is returnable rmaru hich to let id 'te.'" arUid ryat rot bo rpes Tuke. lr, attempting ul the at. SIt
Melte Lumber C.. action o a 'jury Judge Syd L Caner s door, drew his gum and Bred. gralaIg
via a lee"memave. argument ti ('Ul II A Thrasher arc counsel feo his 4 Jordan.I neCk. le had previously
case deferred until the af Afteree Ses h. ae stI Br ant dd llrTd ini
The ce 4 the Stat.o D. I. At the afterissina eI.k thu' ras turned and then eume hack beck
sideo and James lCl4ey. murder. of the A (7 1. t. the )iIltn Iunaber hhua li caught llrWasat' pistol nand

ted u P*Wt a 'u ) TIcu r Th isr.l b'I:l lu l, Jud l' ura.tlo htI l ud the" ltllla le flv Couples
Ml h tried aL LaL o Jua.l- :t Imk Mbd ('.l ('hr1,,ul,h5eri Matlhe..,U burr' s,',, lrt I'' the e Tha-)

uss 1lsawu re. iutIreI. chrg"dI tl.( f()tI dIt A But *.AA. 444l. '1r& A ltr ilka i s g 4 ..m t *. a. U rl.. I la bib
Iart ruy it*ad guilty) w let it ciIt o. rl i to-e 11 d 1 ,1.ii"My .1"114~- ""all 1-~ 1Offail' I'- ma,,Naft-I a rI d relA bj
vabkb h i11111416" a4c tl~t' .1 II, i rveat I. j J IMa tip II&s. III* I1 1,-4 Iiel dli ii LI-I Il lI I uI lk ltli'l')l.()I. ToUt 1t t, I A hVes
hO&V 1101 a a 'AAi s:.~g Of 4 11* u't r a Ie ~ t-% e'l ,'I- .ial I'r I, h ..~ I kilI glls tl$" Ag'. l 114 Pg 1 111111 10- laed i A"
uig tu FI M NI l -' ,I :. awleIc i t ,i 10N Tu fi I. .' *e t m~ 'ul ee igs. llrt.eu' to rIwg' l At 4 i m
I i t, `4JJS; C whoj

W &*atc. Tl sta is 0.4~ .a e. 4 ia I O rai lil* e-l" .It I k tile sai deeIM r iIII 5 ll, --e l l *'. d tte u lo tri'.I tici jeOftu i u i r i
SrSOW It ) vi to he trie ud on euw trial j.1 ii. i41.:11.i- I ,I a l,.,Iai k.tlt
ease CW IA* Cuurt thoii md)-if I- a I a11 4 Tow 114' Ul I I-- k a tired mauI
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tat 1Y r i .ate rba o.lr

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e I r. te mem s aN m.
ls 0 eudi aet vfa p

ad wite a Odsi te ale
b-iksob10 .. Lv &M. 10 wh t
bri al j ontroad pire *dd

id Aere Comet wl earrend a Irgo
SJr te mft rb m, ul. wbtil
Iewi those woe rn t
mewOt atIMa. Nai IA 'Twr nd
4Jme amw, mamas a very pretty
S Ane ea h iln wt embroidery -

s msti eb al im ade r Oa-
ai wo ha Id thew owhita ri
P-r-- Lh I wery grae ule Iy lat.d
It toN S. Sm. The groom, Mr.
Sal aa barty ied by hs eat
r-- Mr. by AB brus a tbn the
eaod at thea laar.
wTe S h t the w bril peor wore
mamerems a- d exactly. T were
O*tr4a pisees t ofut gSl. eblt y
piSor of mBU. woe. adred pieces
toB to _-' o. a Jbotoee
al atm atnberd a n a Japanese
dM-- sa a fUk a cfull *mrow
0gesmsti t knAves, forks mad egtht
Iee ofspe SNevemtee Odd trks
sad smpou. a hLand om ear 'ng met.
bImJ dIv er set bowl an cake Idate,
bredtray. eto. Tlhee were thbr.
adred and 5 my preseaets in all.
We bape their lif will be as full o
aod tlias sa tu Uier bridal days ha
aee. Ltey dep arted oaf the afer-
o tea t a for pointsInd I tndi
wat re a wi vM te aev os the

amw sof to we. ad wi set
Ito Ue Waldo. Oeos tbhe lilot
ogewds s tdhe brh nat adtbhe train
ever ss eN similar oraslo sow.
ed tw pllty o there rom tr people.

hr as mild. ey aeti on the ebo.
emL a mei6d0n fo6 l Da's Reaguls
is e weim mIsI m hi a bi tual
bspem and otver catoes. mb a

i*Mi**. mlaots abo Asko
PIo drao at her them.

-0 iof0 0 =dam
11 a mM et t as mees

loui a C NOBT, was al ha

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'lse -Br.ck wae a p r y-

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Ontr of t o p md e
amft Nlm embet we6 id a

1 imi, tsi -mtk t t s to aits
She d- ob ** sona i asoft
a d 1at1 ewe i rl oin an.

* altM nm s ems. tuW mmC -**1

10rn. ets mt l y ~ dotsdo bWaft
jib Ie, r., wo. Vwm. ve w

-M fer so11111l the 1fo 111u111b

t 4twn ald b fAilow tna-t
arml a bdy I eI te fte d ll
wo a eeld prteaa o y e t f* .
Wme o essWr, OOed ol vahs fi aet

8 bOBrca. A Wwa p ep ryg

a Jae kaoe.mvie mad at Nevberry.
oI br o ll w beo lpd tomlhe t
to Athata phr th Iatell.t will
te bCo e."s ta r
Aem C. wsteri fr. whowinbe

e *oaer dB tbrock h pa wll be
eas. weol tied by hs low tl Uate-

tasad o e arLat tarc of I at ee
Ir acdaedi.. m thWa Ne er. has
oem boe to cure In allp ts toght
tad that is cattarrli. htI I Catarr
Care is the only proltlve cure kr. n
to twe mcdlc.l trateru'ty. Catarr:i
beint a constitutional disease, r-
quir.4 a coastttutional tI .:~: '
Hall s Ca.tarrb Curt is taken lutera
altv. arctng directly upon the blood
uad muo, ,.i surfaces of the system.
ther.l,. d ,tro lns the foundatola of
the disease and giving te MpatLet
strength by building up the coastitso
tis uad assistingl nature i doing Its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith la its curative powers that they
oier One Itundred ylliars for any
case that It falls to cure. SeAd or

P. J. CIRN'TY a CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by all druggists. 7t cents.
TaMk Hall's aPill Pille for contl-
Deoth Mead s Evemlag.
From Tuesday's Daily Sun:
Frank Wilisaus. the youagl on of
Mr. mad Mrs. Beon BlWtch, died at
their home on Magolia street Mon
day evening. The funeral will be
held from the home this afternoon at
2 o'clck.
A Vital Poetl
The mt delicate part of a baby
is its bwels Every ailmat that

deruagemeets of the seemed
blveel. Sld by W. M. Jehaes.

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Capital Stock .. ............$100,000.00
Surplus . ... .......... 20, 000.00
Resource .................. 750,000.00
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Dr. M. H. DePao, T. W. haad, John F. Jackon, G. HuryDvis. Willis
.L S8kert, Robert D. Crawford, Jam, L. Mealin, Charles A. Pairrclao


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I Established in 1881

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mIkuL NImmIAHM umxurr IN m l M
wn ANUSA u n ou~w Srrp
--- ltbing wM Iwatene-Hunmo' Sf --r
AMP -ps MNew t Arrbandrg fWD NndstO Body- We) tIt ayver savi ee u Him S a Casts

we on .., aor- ODe R ssisied Troetmtn.

SBm W TCUTCURA CUR Marsal Amew bhad rarar-ow
-mW. to *Ia-t .HIM IN THREE WFF; ..... .., .y...... ..
agimeis Mr the tlat ra that oec~~0 0 Se Irvie. Aarsas. a rgro
W mGafE avO naw have twhe sM&y I"tre t emm ., carpler. abe aso t the pf tae
muif same s as* -d eatsd. aOf G I s that le culd mer t .he mwa.
SpII at the C. W. C s a 4 T ae d P All
poplts be me bgB too weI ae amo ds -# t te anmarh Instr eftedim Eto a
At me a b daa. dtohe b sg .3 S baem. d behave ouanI. hW -tm
bemot s owe started as Mr. bl ondes"esot u sated that he weal
m indse bm ib Mbas o. doashe pholea datm w w NW
4 *vbw to mm in as i mae 1 m a y svM
Sm ohe WhNe mes s. m. "e.g miwia the aba r.nd
- ta 3m s M Jetr.heegse al P AA r----S >t Wmeur

S s Pi b tW Mimm, aemm Lb Ml SW to M r. .s --
St h a sea ed 1-3 se at

=4 thua whew"is s lme

teauwe"p" s r.in" guemembem jMb aMm MM M Mm glte
omaWWmm* oN llus"a&.he we e matoe drse m-

no* has a It aupa amr i sM" him he wae

Ie Sb.y e WE he detlt. wthe he e"eab ishm tn 1 u tm smeI
hm'b ras mb Va pits t ry a em. fter o *O er mume (*WN
ml ueewd smirel a grent sense am OSes N do1 mgs as the steto -
e s s. Pr te. oMb W. EsM, a wo J. W. I a m
Th. Jotis wv to ros rhemo I das a do lira wa o ft wasv M* em t Ml3

T- ulwa.t bad. s el"ol tr a a tnam M f Wr Will in h s a--" r-a If

Tom Boulrtw of Oat e. A- froa Jauvle t tow Alan "Kew by &" "o" ole .
aW i an whole Oinw tltes hw Dr. e x as Otio _as-ls,- a tm e
hefin have--- hlW Y --O breath, gIdy d^lmr O
S, t tbA raysf Tthulo i be swrbomms

estrv migh. have a rties Haw- man 9m4 mdr O. reM it t w l soartJ bay rWa-a
uheIa O W m relal htGMta, lod rey fo

-add rtorla -i pSe p due fdkfn athe Utsiuek ddtoartaee. It eota*- te-
Ofi Pe1tr as sd dert In saof s ewwson -Ow nw o "

atovt, mo. a oel ar ady t tll a that met Olsy _iv arm _a
Mrt a twoe ar aas lk s akr I W ma S. "Mrmr o* ta a asm
SN~O ih av hee e l L a p" we atI~ a t

Kem 3m me T.-Tbs welling PAt.La5 PsUseSPrS.

A a mtleewr, M 11 O. HN" Orat adspe lO w r&mee t mm, m em' boi em es m "

410 a" wI a ft ft wr dochnr" as L We m n at iM a. a. A *t. r rac It y air
ass to theh. Tid He baut usesta UM am pua H t o -m ktat sf and
a" atouTht olpes as Thby was esusd MI... in ahlw th tahe
S et"rather a p be ---m a ew palm e "To a stia aM Sorl s tod I a t
Me ti-s te ur btlw SOtoag th A .

We ras rwlaotoebo mII@ moeMMTir'a n the lem) that ot inmp

Jo to h m d as as m have as m
-T 1s *woo"" 01t on@o Ikost of -m PO T ow feer saw Ty ma ar t- Knar s at ry Jew

ed m gea ber ea 4. 0stiom tfe mad a trained mrN that they wolL reful yea measy If
Tom B lwar ot Galae Lach- from Jacku JaU i mow a chare by it dos t cre.

costyr ad a mmbr of tm order of the M .. ldge. W. W. K a, the fatless preerLW a.
mI amp who ae th lead Dr. PAd los of Galsesvile is stps r somacOh bhal0 Os
i w esai t. Obels, i mea t o herO visiting Dr. W. H. LNe. 1t rf after eatla h tr. i-

M s that so tired the rava-s T M w fr M ato wa itemeota ad a ut wto amms tad r fmma
E war. His paets ed aw Ha wers e thr apperae the t is nl worth a trial by ay re
Thlor, ad re the Onral cOs mdret atrda ad femad a t eady er oft T hi SMk who s er. from a y
invaded Psab parpsd starvsi sale. stomach dbturbNace. It co talsW And-s
slmesler bi mother ad im s aw D e aday. dI OatNar a ll gredeasts that mt ly give selef
aa a twb c&M a aoe Tllmese as Wemsedayo the fPral rtik*- that at mof the stemaseh as behIs0l

* might re to assiesvnie aad Inarm 11 pm as Thurday mrms. Re. ly that Ia a shirt time the labby.
G. DEker2ae of the Federal ad byW. pmWere M the mbrmeh. rd eatwalk oc the sismaw shg.A6
Xc. JaLs paonto thir demoi Kim L Mack has retired fros thro s atrvegth no sAtivity mb l s

s gin hems* ml so Its c sts. ofi le the mme fvhrel at High pte trfs disman my Mmd of iseo with.
T.om ba ms of mmat eastem lasdand. The aeirmno ltraineus are -t .e wat aik e.

whatver ather property the in. to lr ta a a he. have Try MeIes Gar a : awl maery wE
To Boutware ofabev. Tahe daros the watr term. bavgs bein dmn eye sb to buri mlead we sc- m
aoLts whr n-- aMerof has.f e* orr o hMmLeg bi th. W mus a 0remuara p
rwas she replied. yam wW hear MAKs I f a .i tAs as R t bd.

l ai m ar sat marinemad mtear Lad amly U eass Ger a bugs bes
her teartesasiaW4 mae e ele*ie- sar Ms'-h of May Were at J. w. Kadnml L Cs's. mln at

Ivlfta atsa- Cp. Ibeor m at btro Havy. r-t Or#yvAt Sw w
darovtll, t "O Ir For wa srv T Gay_- d-t Ym-: I
re. &at smarter routed the sy The por of Mansal Armow fe
"a struk etruotol te thr the = mS of May Just pa" she-
7Mak MW cleared th* eOouM 0 1 t U*pop em Mve bees vry |
Rem. Tom B~lw are from othe a ati ve w du tlag t p .h p eM
Im ut thro the war ad would His report made to Ue City Coa- CaOsw e by wy hak Jul ,
e Ahtla yet If he bad his way.- eu at their regar metag berA alght. bride"L A-m i-bnuyug
OaI Star, 4t. shows Aes coletard $48.. 6.

Wkhe YV r Jeln Are A tW
ad your musWles wr fam CoM or
Iboeanumalm who you slip or sprai
* Jotil. trata your siM or bruie
arllw IPallaUlr wUl take out the
oremdd aAd I ym right I a Jiffy
A Jr s have it with you. and um It
bely The oMdet. the rbhap.et aad
bo btet edicinel for iater&al ad ex-
rawnm.l achm asd pail i man i Per
y !'3vi' Paikiller. aad for oer
.vetnty years It haM bs the grvat
a Y ur u s g r etms I thro luan
ham esU aII over th word. Da't
b hoe Ithbout a 50. of ue uf the
S :WMoo 3Mc buttlA *

Card of Thanks.
We desre to exress or thaskl to
the many friends adc rlU s who
wou generously aslWted us during the
llurs. and death of our msu. Frank.
uad trust that we may at some future
tim.r b able to reamy tIbh

tope lialhag lastaptly Cunr plie.
S.rmaW. sall rheUm. tettr, Itch, blv.
bhrpims tmabie-lhiua Uia Otuut( At
any drusg *tar.


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eateeaess w sly whom grave Ahums
gata$ *4* pot led e @ef ek l pd-ei,

db ea eraremdy. H evtl
pere to hie a eoeawrvsa trM a
pah be.t Hi ha ercter is tabt O
the quie it jeudi rad mjtrator mo
aM trsit lemed I s h bads. It
eas, weaver, be mid th atMte
padmulaw'u8hs predeeo" e-8
Sr Im t reultd in l for ath
oft a r it la anIud be a ato
aethie. MWa te preG rvati of tLhe
wele eMsr a me onf eli eeyrt
Wse Ma wsd a 6a charbevmMats o
the Ie Il puleab the mewr amr
she lr ust mI ae as a s rthie
saYW heWa alm. TI atM tlaw
ewig he ptUhe thef ae sa4o 1
ft a to bem 6 9damrfes Is m
wr' hembs at the two mte i


about "rualag him b at of Tallahas-
se'" w M tave to be carried out
The Pwe aer to made of the right

"WemIO, yer e"w eairft"
advise MMr IMty Oree. Aad the
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sw at ONs mg* of *i* se as
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ten tt inewd w p m s tledum
I oI aV t"ss ao idanar e the
Samad seepeats of vehiaes
-m ewuers oa -te'mbI wsee
eiaatr malhs.. the pasthig bh-
way, ad we wuo me beag ain
It the mew's f a meus tragedy rvs
im meb reat k m.m.. Dot

highways. as well am yourself.

meat oa rapreemetatles the l hs-

quired by the Cionotqtlesm, mail a
CO*astMastll CoavestmIe is eale-

empel members to comply with the

kaewm that the Srst ma. who talked

placlag the asairs of State 'l bhi
aUds. lie .ha unbCeltatiasly L..Ad
such measure. as did wot me.p his
approval. and will mauduLs" ., d-
sine to aWpprve several aiquIlta
bill which h d mt have UIm to
Iatider prior to afdJoramel of the
I 1- taT:re

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btm ftwrft by has thus

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tetIa to *iih trom prilon uao
,o the hm.
k"uIano Pefh hboa
i Pas a wer d ath bem wi> hias
ether. yesterday t a trip to
SSL Ptseshwg
IWe T. P. Cte at jemop. a&. is

MmR aya i ptchis Sp t asing a
week in Jacksonville.
b. Bl. i'I, Jr., who has rec:tly

et! iere Ie trip o tWashtins D.
lasgtem. N. C.i
Th aSta Smaday ha plcac to
Wert astem Spriaga Pmray was a
ame". It inite of th v als.
rs. M. A. Sewell tf Lakeland is
vistl g the bally of Mr. L. Hlgoa.
Iad othr frards.


Owe"ns caims hat em Woeld Mem

I. H Owems the Ondernead man
whe is "ew In the o0sty jail. has

vieted that I woled met try to et

thai t h.* lwop~le wsade as mista k Inl

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trust In an o aN Sltou

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gk ft eeia"ls. Floridalo

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Instruetih ths th 4th day at Ju
IN9. I. B. WaKs.
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3 EaLer. ArchW Akl, S.
Wertsm of whm willan m e
Xi&. ?ag. am't: A.
iGer. C. M. Conine. I. LC. eaus.
of Whom winl &" as clerk.
Tacom& No 43o- -aInpectrs: IL
Chauherlla. J. 3 W. ash J. .

3. amlton,. W. H Tu cker, 3.n
S. ads) use ofl who will ct,
Roclky~ Poin. Xe ?-(rlmepect~
Crevau, em. of who vI ac

3. b. POutch J 3 Hayussob rnh (I
Smet, e of wwh wiNV~t Oact(

3.l Thomas iir Lt lowecCrs LI
Thoas .me of wha wil at

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SOMNMERVILL. Ma, Juae 7.- --ad. Hie e Dr. HMaye a deep b ash lPl l ..... -- '" p
Wit a Salanal sariek John Murphy th seek stabbed him ever the M* LAW 7 e W
raPed (1r pig ttilag to man I k heart aad practlaly -digboweledm I W it Hard o IHer e. r
fq la tI Naoth Pacla ad P him. The toretA u~I rushed s" d ar e. o ..... ..
Vd em pamny as eker hose for the do. but MrN ru aftw er M II la Bti
w&day Gad driviag his fellow werk. them. asahMg rt sad left. very Mime l. Nns" Md
es bel him ew Ave of them an man whm he struck wet dow wth Thr ar eticat" ehams Uilme Lob I Ol
woaded four otbrs. Two of the a se. The crowd pluned dowi. I the 5tadi of the raiders the Mterisar. 1Ae tl.4l 2
S- wounded ere reported later as dyingP. tarl with Murphy alter them and at Co0opUe Ol .t. em-ipt that they Mtml I nlt
The dead: ever landiag he eat somebody. On have ieaesd thelr ir watder- 3Maa ,a ns as -al
Ruben Smith, eoired. Cambrid.e the ased oor ame of the workaen. ably sed t last at. aand the 3 W t-- fto,
Ja8 s Catre, colored. Cambridge. an lalas. n eled a heavy bar of ira '~ e a hoMirrg rpeat gals. m...,, .... ...m.. .
T Jau-teamo. -mer-ie. ,ad alled Marphy. but he was qtck- Miss Gertre GQala -ofHa ke-e si 3h iT Mm- .. ,.0M
M-l Jaalka, fSmerIile. ly ea hbi fa aSaa and womaded the ga te hav 3ta ew ee w d W msi .... A !I
ruiMmd v NN m. amewlers IM v o ne ee se ts o uasm. im -di"Oeab m0 m1sie 1
The D lde: Dr. Daniel C. ay".. On the street e wa gives naslbr M A= Atid e *f o L a -a m NN- -i... -pl
overamet laspeteor of Watham: heavy bow on tbe head d hisblt h as eat la a 42 W eabr sub afertras iS aT Sa I Onla W hlts .t IILa iag
John Cheeve. Cambride; John waa wretched bem his head. Tw Misaa MWa dle Mf o.. im
Psrame. Senwrtsle. H4aes am d polae users ame o ina i Vs Senmei tw e 3do"m N I
Jke.a e wete fearflly sestad. As weaimes sad MaUg was.e a SI d, m hibp_ -- Wn l 4.. *.. .... aw
1r lingt aweo aogM t- maW O& aem_ Mes" i b van n o a
Murphy Ihad been ctl pe*aarbr wed bad ta t p 1 t iasnpt bfat. T aist mI S feesa ..yeth....... .W IJ
ow r a dnwe dm but be raetwdW bm MurpoftWhy isWo o a ma M ieb Ms the m to &w e a* e Om W nma
his aWataBO rSI" as E as 6m o11 rfOfeditn lSm 5egshems.
a wal es etie S. the r as m in o m the p lb. Me i In~ masmb as ao s he -
Swmily after 3 *elmek" seddesly arue ad mamies in *omervMa. i5a ly g 6 *wyDmo

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a s asm a W w lln m m fw a r il ra nt a momat MIA W-
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Sa I
W_,9lle ff mes L glift, .

SA A PALMA N. T. Jusi 7.- bhi ews or his wu'm waft. The wo at e. I lb1a 11..
oat le mseaw bne e hEisyoung W aty m Ot f mItahe n m 4 SN
*as og swira river beV MSm on k0 mase a gand =asVn M f W ft .W.
weii snd s dtWd e i s=had O e tuO eeusp h id ad ,Sk .
at 5 &lb* Sap n ebrs I Sely SN Ons hbe.-n thad bet of thMe me o n -_-_an* _.
Se ateltaena rin im ,of eest ars.t m on m bseSh bs"n p..M.A. Ss&
WA""a a mems Mtdbima. he Whenwith 1 1191A faot f te 0ebse
peedTo strMeldes ave r. CoebnltIs bgrip ef fts wifte i
a& broba sdied in his ems. N. amd It was earned dews ft"amams a"
we his enes emeu bring Me I""est at M view.**
bp as hem had assemd. during afl Whn Com Co h get ea ew hs emh
of WMioa he W maifnTg ate" st1 spnk ke Wte m a s. Ms Atad


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In (Mr.
e bewe

* ~'i' .r

attempts t toe shore. The ear.
Met at this ptat is about 1SO-les
an hoar. Iat ortune aided him.
With hs wife tightly clasped to hi
h felt himself bemp Itto a gronade
tree stmp ad an this he got a grip
w h his one free haad. It was naar-
Jias hour after Mrs. Cohea Jamped
t abto the river when a police aolcr.
' a." es Martni. arrived with ropes, a
Sr peseatative James L Slmons anad

wee. were: "Sh is atMm a Ges
and get her. he is ded. ieL
tI my arma."
At let ewo IMalers pied Mi
Cohea's body, bM ast by a eek
abhot 100 et aka thLe b h ftR
was with the graest dunw thatM
th two me breaght'th bod t laid.
Wf was esttort.
Oahen ays that worry Over th eat
that she was aOahe to susa ber nW.

ta other mO. hat degrwed s wife greatly a
Tme times they threw the rope be- probably csed her desire for death.
fW- it fell within Cohn's grasp, and He is robust sad quicy moans e
e was too week to tie it about from the shoek c o is etxperles
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Veteran Newspaper Man

Dies at Age of 81 Years

PHILADELPHIA. June 7. -C Pesylvaals delegates shod break
Aleander K. McClure, prothenetary away from Wou Cameron of Pena-
of the supreme and superior cours of sylvaa sad vote for UJncoln. Thl
Peassylvanla and for many yers a was de sad Uimcoea's same stam
prominent faure In politics ad Jour- peedd the eoavetUo. He formed loe
nalism died S 8uday at sto hme to relatles wth President Linaol sad
Walingford. Delawareu outy., aed his eabiat, sad took a promirnut
11 years. part la national poettes.
CoL McClure has been sffertng Cl. McCIlu eame to Phbldelphi |
boan iarmM tee due to his advanced more than afy yars ae, wbe for
)yers for some Utm. Born In Perry a tim be practiced law. In It3 be
county. Peansylvanla. he became edi- was narrowly defeated for mayor of
tor of The Junlata SenUnel when only Philadelphia after a better omtest.
, Is years of age. He AIrt tlaed po With the late o rank McLacghlla be
P rcal promlaeace In 1563, wheo he established The Tim and afr yers
ras nominated and defeated for mudl- wielded a trensehat editorial pen.
pr-seneral of the Whigs. A member Oe of ths greatest battles was a
of the Republican conventiU which crusade aganlst the "DLady Mayor"
isolated Llncoln In l1i0. McChlre Wlliam B. Smith. He was for many
was the ono whboe ggested that the year president of the CMves Club.
l ..- --- -l -li *

As Result of Haning Scene

Lad Is Now Near to Death

ATLANTA. JuoIe .-As thel rsultt older. were playlug In their grand
*f an atteti|i on the part of youtblul iuother', back yard with oe f their
layluates to rerusnt a haLM lin scene little urllhbor when the attempt to
witneased In a mUolas picture show. carry out the b hantn pose was
Girard Willians, the sla-year-old a onmade. Girard, bIti smaller, wa se
*f Mr. ad Mrs. M U Williams. canme elected as the subject and about his
eaer to death leIde-r nmck a leather strap was tfa
GiOrrd and his brother two years troed Girard ticlln d on top of a

a- 1 is. a i q ^ --w-- --- i
-- 7k

PM* It We AMi eso Ago"" MOW
we havig mad ts ina.es o
tweM" mewoftW& is
lag. has "aa O pds "

spare time at eeme sad l r e
Mlremwhre Ow me am btan VOn a
so whom they eome to Ut a tstdo 20 r m
there tradtah ey c- esoa te yme frt 05 w uoo Vw
at eoatest. yi Ml.t a
nr via Mise a
T'1e comtL.t is yet young ad ame |Y a t a- 0 4 fi
of the vry bottom eas cu eaim H Dtow o ben
the top places by a IMUt bad work. Ihe taf m f SIN
FollollIn Is the vote as eanvassd of the,, Uay w ml wv *
yesterday: i t he mr d ai v i
aiew aeS. vile about :m a. I.. m I Mg





Addle oode .........1,41.410
Margaret Ladbeter.... M6
khtell Del ........... 406*
B-ie Carver ........ 103,41
NorM Sals ........... S.,
Myra swear-iee ..... tla
Gertrae Harrod ...... 41.315
Blanche Thomps .... 26M
Mary Prnmade ...... .SAU
Aera M. Lawis ....... 233,
Alee Schafer ......... 13 170
Mabel Wilaml ....... 1i33
N. W. Taylor ......... ,I
AasWt BeD Tsarr ..... Si
Eva Bauka w ....... .1
Orace BDllard ........ 5.M
Maame Crouwh ........ 510
Ella Bailey ........... 3,670
Made MeMay ........ 2,4
Paatle Whitlas ........ 1,40
Caurt Pitta ........... M

Mls Hattle Mglish. Taeoma .i.39.
Mis lars MCCredle, M'caopy 2611,3
Miss Mabel MeCrede, M'csoey I14.l4
=..-- --
coa hoseY and the strap was made
faa to a limb of a nearby tre. Thea
Oirard was "let dow." The play-
ma t became frightened and ran to
the bouse. u*re they lformed their
grandmother of what they had dee.
Whee take~ dow the ltUe boy
was blue la the face. every misete
was rigid and be was aao tous.
After four phy*ltaas had worked
with him for two hor the Uttle
feouw regalael coasiousw.es aad i
was aaouaeed at a late hour lt
ght that he had a ven cha ee for

trip m to Om. Naimgo gg I
bre a 6 E a AEr hre wms ti



The Co tra- w'-- -" -a
ft smal e w uh b WW fit Mlm
MeY. gIw the as at1
-lt a a u tm soao 1 a"
to VwIste.

h" m* M no T4 w
baaM mtamW, w mm %MU~

teBroat M* A rrho rhad eagY he
haid to alut the ael ib meayen

the laBe state s et -e r f
t e d cva rmd acd Sohe aad U

en late enGt at oMna ay
ameo iLIo dee euaslle .

Omers WIll OpMe to Arga Nls Ma
ft eon a01y ou Ted%%
Te grud dei th re o
aurm. who haLe aary hamd nathe
eaUre clothing ma clt othe Pfer
& MKris Co., wM be stated teday
a&,d will last flor the neat ta days.
This'is one of the larse st ms of
the kad e-ver placed o here, d as
It has be thoroegly adverltsld.
there Is no doubt but what they wi
e greet-ed with trenedoa enwd
Aside trfim ithe mly barlse at
are orertd In clothng, they have
mnd a cut price m eve ryt M
hadled by them.

Ui that Alam is who papesd
to no wome bler he was aeptod
has any ebldra they wM have te
right to rgard im s the-M em1
derftl popped i a the euOaes.


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m. and Lasts 10 Days.

.flMa0 th6e Pi r &Mm ad will close
ceid.IMt wt Sh1-f & r brand of ne
ch a eine clothing been offered to the
Ab moved and MOVED AT ONCE. And
Smo stoae will be at special prices. h f
fik t,, will do well to om eo tm sale ad lay in
iiwagl d to be ust a reprentd or your money will
W -- wrlI Eamw oT $1n r WUi
I Nio016d l F" i E ru Tiu a u 1 U8!

.lve m ry h wUey o light-
eWcraSd Suito moth-
Sie rid woMted sutin woven
iFW and throughwell shrunk
Si ir dhe popwar new shads and
plaid the purchased one of
haeuis you save asmuch C $i
m you spend. This sale u0
The greatest lie of Men's Suits
eve odered-each one worth dou-
le what we ask at this sale. All
is, 33 to 44-both two and
ree-pice suits.. No disappoint-
mets. You will be mazed at the
vaue in this line of fine CI nO
amws. This sale .qIU.UU
Men's Fmne High Grade All-
Wool Suits, made up in the very
latest style, two and three-button
sacks with fancy cul sleeves and
cuff bottoms, all the latest styles;
silk and wool-mixed materials that
surpass anything in beauty.and dur-

ability. Don't fail to ee this
merchandise. Thi $11.40

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. 11 49
This sale .. *I
This lot is made up of all our
finest suits. A very wide range o
models, colorings and fabrics. Hart
Schatfner & Marx All-Wool Fine
Clothing. Fine imported mill-fin-
ished worsted suitings, woven of
best Botony yars, full London
shrunk, all fancy and solid colors,
two and three-piece suits. Any
style you could wish, and all abso-
lutely up to the minute in make,
workmanship and finish.e17 a
This sale . P9 I

~.iCIsbn Sl S I#Agrt ha@rif&@, but everything in& our NranIIuaoth I eltlartt St 4t',t 1.will be 0l0 alt loatrgaill priCe. Special
' VNt., SMum, Hat., Furniture, Matting mid Evvrything. Slace is too limited to tell you of till tilt- greaaitlrgainP4 offered
60 0 hi. adb eooviwmed. Everything old during this iJle gtutruntteedwo IW ju.-t u r tprintitae tr your flotjeNV choetrfully
35L71118 GRAND' SALE OPENS S A. M. 'I'l UUIW tl'A, MAE :40th.

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RAKE, PHIFER BROS, East Side Square, Gainesville, Fla.

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Till GAINtVILI SU 8 : JUUM I, 149, IM



a Wman f So. US ft

"P Ifl I AL& M n
TAU'ARA33I June 7.-&r 00 mooSemli"ed his thMat Is Was thWN #Vm WIGONif Ism
sa a m..e the. strongmup mm.o..k 149 snwe of *
The a" eame too f In I- th. o of DL Fp.s whc i as W
Syard sof me w. upon, m*.. .. 1..... n. =.
one mn t erriefl I. Tbere rwes, 1110 we aad Iwo". sethe sa OW
be was tO be keay excited meat 'Me aie ae from the hats, med ad dtafmd fl is
Fr ay, and almost bemahth t im ~ 1. mo raue eelag has behe o aMe 6M 41 a ft
shadow al the dame Florida's capt stirred ap, thwe bI e oa li o y estb
ol, Mlek Mrris, the msro oemvieted gre s as woe am ing the a e so 1111011 su ge
Of Ue "derw --. hof ru- Lai-"te. -am e .
save up his H. to ma armed d add- -e t i as 4 -- 1 -1
turned mob of afteem ma nluaday
smorals at a *esiLgk.. Ii is we ft a

The uilr was wo' a plaLed, anId n I I e
was ever to hes dmm a hm mnt % aW" n dil b r
am hta tima janm a .lr Gre. an- siome IS a 101m1
eoemie Ise irWe*~ ba esutawm and =ash m. e r I 6IPIepid he
As *te n Was aftes We Monet v* sey ft anal d of t M
sa trial avnar bebadst elme@ h Seek h am in# ta mI a glbmt

nm esse wown mainly sAt maei ian
Ie emmed. the 0 me3eAM is lrng Iwo
ad IN mms Wma diest i to the The S .t A-- dem
Ieas IM siv. 7t we aoe sode ssa nowde
"0iie p m wasU, aired Vm Se. ama a e o. t"is0, s11 S
t 0 amanwheim ted a. IN U
a" 1" n W b am do o 1 1m b111e1 M he 1 1
idom G osi.
r.day es o he d tha t th.e 010 m N t on vo*
No had sne hems K'ap is e." m an 7 eemom ba anMOk I
dotu ihat mWs bW a iee Slid bhep a smimsepe to se eye an a I wl
that ft et eshkit mm,*epe ttdodo alber wh e waton agm
smalws a him, as mob nsoetl a. ya "ims k f au -P. OWe" *NOyW .In, Su .
*"lono. ham as wr 0 s
mevermert i wil ehellm at So. 'es homen a nS espelmad Nao .N* 0is Ne so o-
es noW aamerrow. ue wl probably Iemed t r t oee se ow s
The 0~. Jury today e.amimed r I...1, sehma and .... .. JIM* e m KCAM boom 61-1 I
eher pm Iser and may witnsaes have I d I o e- I eDiartt I ense of do U a m
but etod mat Ad a single ohe A At ftM ls Nhe Roand TO. J. WV. e dst edspl 06e0 bW h, he 0 I

l _-- I --'-- --i I
. ostek, when the moon was ablsg Odom A Ce. es hare the wIo Imev. Ne t s
rightly. Jailer Jrey was awabsedh, 4W Omals gre m d the sa bo u eo ltm o
and suppselg a prissmer was hbeli Deanm HempwI of The Cmat men s Wediseu neal.
breogts he. stepped ot h etes thm tteo Nowe ad COmer. weds ho eWW o ee "an ld baoes, ii 1W
Jail gard We. He was nemfiasted by what makes a 4ew mo e th1 0 Trid.ay mor.aHngls T. L. AMl Sin fg. I1
ever a doesn mashed men. armed with that main a mole NM, Pldding elder, hne the der. me.NO b6t P IS o m
rides. He was overpowered and lock- Which wg te sense wer WW heb be yen how OW &
ed up and Morris seued. Many of Or uitrIWgs am d fithg ae up. the Uesters reei the erm m a go no
eug u ger towards brights dIm e F bWangleb daie other d Abshes. 904, edes as so
aag symptm c4 skdey aned hra di Dr J. P. filbersn, p9 e 1 the Jias end numbls a 0
be ough id mat M tbm"trouble which ftley's Kidney sem. fthrla C6llge preacke a very WI he so s so a
met his cell was entered. 2 lu &r. ,-
He was clubhcd out in the yard to lum & Co. Sunda morning. *__ ____
keep him quiet, sad physicians state ISaols smlamates exSema o Al Eighty er more delegptee
that this amused hi death before the Mophias for the Downand-Out Clb. preachers were Ia ateae and all "
expemed t hemselveasl Ighly p m
wi Mimopy sad herb mehe ~ft5 kei me o'e him and

of M rs. H. HEmerso. as returned hi I m
S.. home from Ut. Amustin e, whrom he

It g Ue..JtIII tof Mrs. S R nhtty for a smp.' ioegs iml me l' T
few days last week. ret euh that rM
Mr. and lrs. J. Hickaso of lake to ide either t w b entreathinse t sat
land are here for a few days as guests ria t ur ml s me

Miss Martell Smith. the bsantlflul co
Mrs. J. 0. Smith of Wacahoota, was Owing to the high pres ot muMMy
vIsiting Miss Dura Mae Chetty dariag and drs gooss, Abu 3mM a

Wi, N a w christ.i an.d .uo.. *.. a g* *. On Ule a. S .Ot
o a saic. tk e oM f m amn o Irim. aof Mrltoe. wer~ I towm anum. r
by 0i. high sier athor cl IfI e yr .s m -.ud Thur.day.
eiLdiag up or I Yram aNorms are m edgey LLo Or ao Hao Is 1o. e Heavy. mlpure blood maks ai md 9
guettk or his Sister. Mrs. Colema. oJr pa WlD sWa Mmd- i
Miss Ruby ThraLser, tLOhe OaWmp l s o i ll-. Thi ll l
one lsheld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J* a ml" Yn Palo.r weakf Mrmbh IV
Thrasher. has retu rd from Lake o tlmws lb. A & d
I wh C rty. where hbe attended school. I ri d. Pe r-"i
LUttle Miss Anna Laurie Prdy is i
It w y L 1 ir at so re from Lakelad visitdog frmd ____ ______tlds_ __
-y Ok madmndeawly yo age bomd to b e Yr for a .- di).
W h .;7m_..o. .g ".. V. -
....Am UlUa BM.ilcl to rirn- ". *, h-Y-
l ect Age, from Steto University. w ere
at l W16 -e attended ewbool during the p enarTAMUlf CO5 M
.my" ,M ..i WS" W" UUDERTMIlG CO -
sv Y W il MiV o I USUAUUUN: Miss Paulile Psea bI Is the tcity
for a few days.
C. Ilium a Co. Jacksounvllle. PIa. Butler Co. Jack- Misu Suite Carkoe. our popular ao- L
*ooaellle Pa; L lAwb Wbiskey Co, Jacksonvllle. rV.; sistUan postmistrles, is in Jaclksville NY OOOL a..
Altman Whiekey C., Jacklonville, Pla.; D. F. a C. P. Le. for a lew days vidtia friends.
Jaseakaville, Fie*; 6*i6 Tradig C. Ponesaees Fla.; lster Knox of place. who bas
eWsi"ghm Liquer Co., Poeeasels, Fla.; Reid Wh lukey GCo. Kno o. t place, who
Ponaea, P1.; L ominpgu.e Tamps Pil. beem eloerking I Ocla for some tim. &ag gan
is here fo a few Idays visUg hs
mother. Mrs. Alteo Knox.
iarclay Nealt a sister. Miss Mat- rII 1"
lam p" IUe. of Mcloaum. visltod rie4 tads In tOS I
4 ftostee some tows this week -. ag-oe 1 a* emm
T1o s people of this plow saveO toNas, No a" 10
tsa bM oe st Thmeday evening whih m
was greatly e.jed by thms whe a- --
teded. The Weltsr Orbut soe q e e .
rOsalaLe fLrsied the jg. __ **


n ar aa l a a mr w o am eS
do folot th 4 s a s a owehat...

agag9g6 4ls0settles. le s afit'k v1stes tolth* WkWOg PackstyMP ** wee asg Ist d e t
e=f ad_ I=s a Was sem ILaL wn AT RmtwjAf

mmadaa, a a g d sm

N &. r at,-- 4 stal Tal for
a -Oak* .me. S. __. lace *o agth A Anticipaed.l
gg6^ IESMg *ooi inWS Lt. Micnd oe seel a ag. sa th e la t T
fl S am m fU* Sam a o so a ie It t c .u o I, a

4 &.a- n u t ma 8aubed ms A. A Merpa S ,m PaVim.let md n vTi
S. C. a Pa Si a a. L e. -sadce ium. h.
a L* al- L e ra. g a nse S& wdes. e tat e tono tU
e aI w .e le SRI* S* 1h '" far.d the Galsee w< e rMI a
Sf C$=s. A. N r h ee. Presi d...S i a-a .
U -. Wt. M. c~d td or W s Ia r asi. rie a sole.

wa. aLe. w... P n iOe. s"40o i u s

&S m w. tma pmm t seamel nate.W, anres d.lmarT ale.
alb- a 0 aw m w oft

ab p 4,,,,, ....... .- s. .-
F ills n dm e i i ma alml el PORCH C-I .
~ So ,"raa 'a S .. ... .A A.. A...... .s
"w e IIss I* Ws o sn-'--' ofer bas p se.

oft m.mp. s. 60s huy gfs
a mee e MwieeV UI ,ma pnmwC aspe
l g~i ". rr d I wtemt p. .-
m 5. e. fh a a a T..M Ifrl. -Me a a 'moas wta.fe poyvm of mr. I
en a aerd, Ims do dm ae r .l aj ea

"""-s-" T s FUI- meRo E

7i kme a p5 M ,,e'r a soM If1. 0o I mYs. Vom W ar s55; poeing ao e.et

.ae L AMtem m d. as a em le t
-M hm ma a as was aw aessar AW N glw
N* sd Sn sr eew O esu a guar as wO

1 6s S i6he Mum U eat Lso e Wdo pinsp
fta yeasty amr 0awthim, where s N In Ims; ushay. rede r
SO N msam4 s wo E se metan we days. She 111 -1010 sa t a d

AMer a uas o weS somiS these assmwa &Ut 5a sn U hm amse.
.he Im as her tNmeher. -i e lam

IM som a "MW a Tu* 4ess1 ona as a.k at, go" F a.
a a fa "m di hr haf t oe s us =e Ia.e- u.& om

fS S ams~ es.ses k m e es buly hw Sr eight yesrC"-Mn Vt SALE-GadU hcmAw rwu haA
L Whier. 30a5, MN. T. at 5 per tor. wl H Thomas.
a a ae a a r my he emSs aIs S this aeflhem isf &eaess row g____to

C Aiasu were maRh.premiss iew Turk as wi he alen all the ftoflS&w15*33

GO a ,age esusan. L Bran of OpiGs
aft aem wf ttm o UMqui fa Mn s.

49.. a -. t 0 M pMaft. ems traiee red a. a. a, yesteray. ab. a em
buld her a s bg eS is the eSty f rdiy. w llumas here hwr the aMt ereral days
.tt m of man U" to am -eem toeM a3te.HuI til0, of
WMION.0 hpMEWt uef7 tZ-:. COMPAr NY

peepmm beS ohe aeadla circuit oa aas" murder "ther husad.

4D0 '.6 0 Mack00 t49 amteed p .ulr alesimiee inwfthe OieI of b"

OW j AntSIPfor the "txt ten days viaitiag her
t S a Uhs mu EE'fl sister. Mnrs. D. L.. Grshe. nS
Aa was a. th y D i Vss eu m w. fttrlagellow of e ms was

W s 9 'I circlatoIng masse his. eros PORC'H RO'CK RS

F t h W ly f Hi friemsd here yesterday. He fI aso PORCH RUGS
a 1 a- ak aI *mi .t i llT --- he telpybone tests at RLF
Sa I ISE AT S that place and states that he prefer VK)R Ponh SH ADES
PI -gae a. QS a the preatrso m it to the livery b sals.to whicb he
tsw mea en wn are. s Wmeas fouterrdy followed. t KS
J- ew 1"us to 0o cty J. H. Muorton of Tamps returned
600001 oeet who he. km spadi S L to tha pAsc tra ar Yavi a CREX afcnd aMIX ATING
Wgn aMe os bo wets e vbkm t t roel- peat the past *ek btre arr artai RUGe
I 6 O e I d ses reasari a hi e at Tre- for t( removal of his family. who
0 a 1m00pSsd. c lo-radL2 hap-. fr ba cM H l har. e of REFRIGERATO R
ut ef9L fC.L IL CO Cf Nai *Sotup AhIh-iy the TaupaHa.vana Lurber Couapsuy. OIL SThVS
Sag b d w vib to O w )n yards Is the Cigar City. 1L
*e- r. %ot kM @OeNk beW i Mrs. W C. ellars. tidow of the g\t! lest Wood StoVes aud
a o ,special a5en of the A. ('. 1.. hu. h i
ETla Mkoll ef 41tamso. I killed at Higkh Sprias. and for Mhe.* R aIltg 4u ll 1n tli etiuIl.
Sa cW sr d* e s muers Duasrs.Ml mster D. m. aL d Jaws d J-u. Fiiest line White Spreadl.
t. i9m ky,. urs abSa haods wIth t hy are heavily insulated Kelley at sow under indlettuut. h.a i
bb msC. r 489W ht l--r and are ltvt"id it-r, v-re. rne, d r bo her burm. at Tan aftr itSheets, Towel a ilow
C. C of a forl d;)a a*nlt III (;uaaill. (YMa ..
S -aes da m s l sev. ll.-. is e* CI* tolid oak caFs, woven wire T K tkiudt,. w,, of thr, iul ., ,
e isaig aes MIe a tlt eds .h .ive., heavily coated witll .'". t.ur.. r .,, o ;..., ht. %a. I ra .*

W m "dr b. 14,l(o k til. The liar lwuar .,ui.. ihist f,. fmi.u. ir d,,t .id lMit m f1 3.1l.
t4 The T rk a-Week Se of Thsur i of t he aviet, lail di of rAl. dure Ith.A I, t s ek.
lay. May fth Will 10 '*o crts brass' asillhrl M l icke plated. titsi, l. .Lal, Lu1 I.. ,,, tsil I1. .ic T
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