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
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 11, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01694
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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(GAINESIVLLE, FLARIDA, FIRIIDAY, .IlNF 11. 19019


F'hprida. rt Ittag to ikerdp of Phar
MEASURES W.t.i THE id' "rrt
I All I l dini thllt in tr' itli

i-ult- tion- u. oh i ntca ula catca t- ii
GOVERNOR HAS SIGNED"I It 'I "'-
An act to Irercrllt, rulvs of Irnc-
Stic In cl l caes in the Jw ti(c' of

Ia y of Them Are of Import ce to the lPe le el co" '"lL'"i.h' .t 1""'.",d
adP o Ali PIt &enllfi t *hat shall cnwti
Sta c f~t A ttte' due diligence on the art of a
All Set s of tM ateh anlk In tte collectoln of c-heck.k
_drafts. note and other egotiable In
trument. and lxing the liabillt. of
TALLAHASSEE. June 1--(;,\ r. sary funds toenforce the provisionsof maker. drawer, fintor. earety. and
mor Ollchritt signed sixty-six I:.., this act. and to repeal all law or endorser.
ara passed by the LeKislature at it llparts of laws In conflict with this An at to regulate the bhnting of
recent session on Tuesdaay anld up to act. wild deer, turkey. quall, squirrel, and
that time bad not vetoed a bill since An act to amend Section 3123 of other wld e anle na the county of
It* adjournment. Leaving out those theGeneral Statutes of the State of Marion. prescribing the time shen
of a local nature. relating mostly to Florida relating to the duties of cer- the same may be bunted therein, or
chalnes In charters of munlcipalities. tain Inspectors of marks and brands killed therein and prescribing the
te bills which have become law by An act to amend Sections 17 and penalty for the violation thereof.
hbe Governor's signature are as fol- 18 of the General Statutes of the State An act to provide for the pIeveu-
lows: of Florida to the boundary lines of tion. supervisikm. and control of
An act to amend Section 2119 of aadeden and* Lberty counties. dangerous contagious, and infectious
the General Statutes of the State of An act providing for and requiring diseases in domestic animals. and live
Florida as to the allowance of fre the e separatio of white and negro stock, and imposing certain duties and
or reduced rates of transportation by prisoners. and male and female conferring certain powers on the
common carriers. prisoner, while In connement while State Hoard of Health for such pur-
An act to amend Sections i66. 66". in the county jails of this State. pose.
470, $71, 672, 673, 674. 67.:. 6;7h .79. An set to amend Section 2756 of An act to prescribe the time for
Cbs. 682. W83. $84. 684. 6N7. 6W48. 619. the General Statutes of the State of holding terms of the Circuit Court In
690. 692. 693. 693. 61'.;,i. 7ou. 7,4. Florida. providing for the amount and and for the Pifth Judicial Circuit of
707, 708, 713. 720. 721 72.. 723, 724. par value of the capital stock of in- the State of Florida.
726, 726, 729. 731. 7::2. 736. 7::7. surance comlianle. An act to create the Florida State
743, 745 and 748. of the Geueral An act to provide for the levy of Board of Dental lxaminerl s to pre-
Atatntes of the State of Florida re-lut- taxes for the years 1909 and 1910. scribe their duties and regulate the
g to the militia and naval organiza- An act to provide for the reinstate- manner of Issuing certlleates to prac-
of the State. ment on the docket of the Supreme twice dentistry and dental surgery In
An act authorizin thle oItard ol courtt of any cases dismissed on ac- the State of Florida. and to repeal an
C-lnmisioters of State Institution- count of defective certUicate. act herein samed.
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to purchase land& f[or a prison l1,
to erect buildings. to equijp aid faI
and directing that certain prison
be not leased for Ipa. alnd iro" .!
the means to defray the expenses
cessary to carry out the provlmions
this act.
An act to amenlc d Sectioln 229-
ti', (;.Get;ial Statutes of the State-
I" 'lan r l.tliii to rultes of dt--c
i-. i r aIl l-tat, uand int-roial ,. tsi
.Ain act to )i rPidl ,r r I rb'-:il
lfr th- Jutdgt, of le-. Sillt .Judit
C ;ild fixiii tin he.- pa for ia'
An act In, ;i'aa iii| S I 'hc 2**li
the (;ciiciral St.tilt., if &if St. tt.-
IF'ltida for a rithOd of r! It: 1.
ihe (alpital -ti k of (c',i : ..
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An act authrc iosi:' lt 1 -
of a .i' i' i ti l ii, 1 a ,
S .. act 1 rt
In; a' l tici.. In.'',, r li ;' i .I,4I ,'
r.I[ ; I. s la .- iti r tr.i nl
or *l 'L .l. I i : i f
e't. '-cmtiK tit-re'.m tll lil :e I. 1: I I.
or i.al h. orr *"-til ,l!, .:I I 'T I*
ben-; it'ce of pa-P *iige r I raiti|.-rtat-ioii
willnu thib State.' and providing a
'I, I:tliy f. the it. oaion of the pIro
Vilions of this act.
Anc act to aied Sli Sc-. iun .' 7. I
11. 1 and 14 of an act entitled 'Anc
Act to plrvenlt the adilicrationil., il
biraidcinsg. and inclii tioi off fdx% fori
meu or bitaNts. it b-ft.crir.-.. candle's,
and condiment>li. or nicl-ililn. drugs
and liquor. or the liimanufaciiiture and
asle thereof In the State of Florida.
providing a penalty for the violate ion
hereof; providing for the Insl-ectioni
and analysis of the articles denignate-d
by the Iorida Statae le| ailue-nit of
Agriculture. chlargi ig the Statei i. At.
tirnel-v, ith the- e-nforc'i. i-ntst li rn-oft
atl iiro idcig imea.n, thi .rliir'r |,ro-
Il Id i t4for i h, i s a l el iia it ent 1 li
110 1h4il .A l-l t il S16ic1 (li' c i-'- II I
Ieri food am ialtc-st iaci f .icml .a,i l i i,:
ollsta t 1 tU aP[ Ii i atli l.tt' i i


An aci prouvidlr ior anc requirinlu
ede teachlng'of the elementary pricL-
iles of agriculture and the elements
,f dtil go\ernmou, i In all the cotm
.ron tchliols ol the State of Florida;
to pro% id.- a penalty in case any coun-
a board of education fails to provide'
lur the t-aching of the ame-n. aud re-
quiring all te-ahers to stand a satis-
lactor) teaiulinatiou uponI aid sub-
j't' I-.


Aln act creating thie State IMcNard of
P'celrlion.ii de'fning %hIto shall Icvceiv-
is,-iiio. iI il iio hall niot re-cel i it .
it- lu ,n .lhall I ro ta.i,. it a., t'
S ci1. l ; ;I. (, ..ia lii !- lill L*
:lia'.. hil w pe liioeins shallll ie' latid.

.r l:i r. ,z;s. I I 1 i i c i ', I u r0% ilisi,
,or the lt %. ofl :i-iui l.a, a.d au
holizing, t!.* hie- .,' l,; it of1f P* ii-0 ,
lo mlakei reui lattl i to <..rr) intio a I
**rr ic( l I-ru .-lituic of this atI .
An t t to alme-nid Section ;;:42 of the-
*-ieril .aiuls of Lithe HliAlt ol Fior
Ia e-latiat to pe c* 11 profaiIlit).
An act to requiire- that all ill.
oauiilnt aid it uniii'tiiti tl i.'cord?. .htll
.t1 all tilinesb I -*l ne four public iIn
-inptioll.
An act requiring the- Ihe- tral boards
of county (onsiiiti lon-lrs of the Statel
oif Florida to so 1>) out aind de flte-
the various comnjisi oneira district..
that the bouliilidar lini, of ,-aid dih-
tricto shall nuot dlide' an 'iotliaig dis-
IrletL or precinct


An act to retitore II. McC('lokky to
the- rights of citizenship,
Aln act to pIrevrent poluitio or con-
laminiation of the saters of the lakes,
ricvr., streams and ditches In the
Stiat of Florida. and prescribingl Ihb
l'-nall. forr the. IolatiUon h,-re-of
Anl ast to amnetid S.ection .i .7; of
tie. (;. iarIl Statulie. of ti h ti Stat. oof
t'li .rt l lc a i ,a l ccn .ei l -a i i i l i o f c c l a I
' A 5l, ai i Ii.il. t e .IM k i.' cl, i of t or
: i I .iI l .,
An i a l to, i ii'i iil S i- lloli 11-i


State Medical Examiners


Meet in Ocala Monday


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An act requiring te Juages or iet
several c rts of the State of Florida
to state ia writing on ruling on a
demurrer or motion which grwndr
of the demurrer or motion are su-
tained as good law. and which grclunds
of the demurrer or motion are over
ruled.
An act to provide for stay of exelu-
tion of ueitltsuce of AnIr in justice
ofl in-ae court, and county judges'
courtl.
An ac t (o fn tlih staiadurd of cotton
seed nm'al sold in thi HState. to pro-
hibit the kale of Inferlor cotton seed
ii1ul iinhout notice to tine public; to
Iprohibit the niisbrandii-g of cotton
sm-ed ircalt., a;id lprolidel i-iiall ti for
Violation of this act.
An act to require IM).rd of county
(commincl ionier t. a'l.rLit fo- ir bids
fi.r illill' work. anid furnl.-hing suip-
jlil.-. to Ithe cotula.Lt cerialin case'*s.
.tinl I.roviliiis at ije:iltl foIr failure to
Allt r i-< for lbids.
Anl act prohiiltinig fire insurance
4 1ia 'ii.e-i. from i coi. ii tiiiii as to %bat
r. tCe of (iiciinasa, ioi shall tI- paid by
alil other couminan) to an ugeant.
An act to amend Chalpltr 544. of
the' Acts of the Ilegislature of 194)7
reiliing to the tiue of holding the
circuit court of the Third Judicial
Circuit of th(e Slate of Florida.
An act for the relief of (; G rge R.
carter sheriff of Citrus county, Flor-
ida. for lo to of f.ees duriil his sus
tpenion from said police.


An act to provide for the sale of
lands that are now or u)a> bereafter
bet- teted In the Trustere oif Ihe In-
ternal luprroeamernt Fund of the
State of Flaorida. and the' tate Ikeard
oIf 'lduct.illion of the HlStat of Florids
Ante ,ii r ,|iilnriig and iilbhorlisiti


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VETERANS AGAIN NAMED



GEN. EVANS COMMANDER


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SMEMPHIS. Tenn.. June 1.--After
reflecting Gem. Clement A. Evans
commander-lanhief over his vigorous
but futile protest. and selecting Mo-
bile. Ala.. as the next place of re-
union, the nalted Confederate Vete-
rans adjourned their business meeting
last night on the, eel of a very
storm) session.
The big festure of the reunion. the
parade of the veteran, will b he
today and ths parade will lose the
reunion of 199. The only candidate
for commander-in-chlef placed In noml-
nation was Gen. William M. Cabell.
commander of tie trans-Mississlppi
dil ilon.
Just before nominations were in
order. Gen. Evans rend an announce-
ment to the convention, Is which he
declined re-election. He ad be had
served I every ra nacir r h tlu


ldmu


right la '41 and are rid today. TeI
were not coneered the you are st
conquered now. nd the grati t usa*
ument in your hbor a&e tbhe Ilm .
of pensloam the Federal OGverllam
pays to the widows and erphe yaur
valor made and the fortyls toMN-dU
graves in Arltnto Cremtey rywM
the Federall OoerUmm deoee.s
each thirtleth of y. Av IM as
the monaumets afre pe)rp0 0ed to
your hmor. ou need e Mers"
llaon's speeeh was reelved with
mingled cheers and hisem nd many
Confederatee left the hall i diut.
Others crowded aro ad Mm
swamped him with eMgrmas ams
A Toao" W-an_- .s..
Meantime. Mns. IMeN MIanl of
LDUl TL. was --wl"u i be.
heard. e wntoed to m I e


PI atnrVY RMles astflt fg. dot
lowet to the highest and be felt that oext PrebniM. Me pea im a a
the hilbest honor In the Confederaey's masculia vt ok ned l M n-- f .
gift should be passed from one ex- yivey M s a si
Confederate to another In turn. smbly. The vetu a b I.r
8tmy Sesie toa Held. tiaene until dae dini:
But the delegate disagreed with "We have ived as we re
him and by a vote of I.6M to 744 for still rebels ad we wiU A aM s e bls"
Cabell. reflected Ge. Ivan*s to or Then p andm. te m t be -a-. I
mead. With tears streaming down wa ddlustk to tl Ws h lr lthl
his clebeks and baking with emoti. lodriy favored her aetl ab of aW
the stately and aged solder bowed to posd them. (Cere ws, ,Mad
the commands of hib er uadrs. with cat call and lMeasO ad abeve
His election followed one of the all reverberated the esMttl
stormleat essllons of the veterans "rebel yell."
which old-tine delegates can recall. Several other speakers were bm
After Moile.; Houston. Naahvilll. duced, bit n oo beard ther ae.
('hattalioog.r nd Oklabolia ('Ciy had or what they said, util Owevre
t!wcii, 11lt ihi iOlaiisiatlamn for the next LasAkle of Oklahoma wma latrsdled.
rillni -a.. s,;c-l:e.lAl-i; t-;a to ittroduee Even he bad a stormy greeting wbl
:PtI.-i;ce i.- ak, rs. Stl(el.rig n a might be constructed me way or
'.li,-ratulire of to. r a Iundred de. another. Finally. however, e tired
r,.-r.. i t t.t.vt-ran d.-l.-&ate. o(jecttd ou. the crowd and made a ldplomati
-tr-uiil anid .-lle-d itc'rtcously for a l*le'Ch. Inviting the eorventil to
0o'i. Hut (he dismor lr wan derultory.. clho se Oklahoma City for the 1919
Filially .Iohn l' Apler.on. corm- r~co in.
niltlider in chief of the' united Sons of "You will find Confederate veteran
Confederate Veterans, secured the hl most of the oflcrs of the State.
floor anSd Introduced Congre-ssan T from tSa'reme Court judges to con-
U'. Sison of Mississippi. as the stables." be said, "and you wilU nd
spokesman of the Sons. Nearly every as hearty a welcome as you wilU ld
one thought that isson was to eprins anywhere on God' earth."
a dark horse" candidate for the next Mobtilet Used Gin
:.wetitr llace. but as It became evi Immediately after the Goveraor's
(I it that the young Congressman lspeecb the vote for the net renole
ne iely dc-sire-d to make a ltpee'-h the city began. Everyone pick-ed- Hlau.
dehlegat-s became nolsy and calls of Tex., as the winner, but NeMe seem
"stl dosn" and "vote'" were innliitent. t e to have conducted a gumeboe earn
iseaol lats llanre'. howseer. anid won Lpign and t soon beLame evident
out on a test of eudurancel. that the Alabama city had weO. Se
lie announced that lhe wished to polled 1.3%4 votes with Homats ee-
reinat hisl seech in Congress. dell t oud with 69. Oklahoma City. Nee-
ere-d in answer to ('conrerssanas Culd will and Chatunoogl a received me
c-rhe-ad of Kansas, lho charged that tering votes. As soon as t belese
the l .uilthern pleoile were lazy. is- aiparewut that Mobile had wa. there
son r-ce -l\.d -ome encouragement and was a scramble to et lnto the hnad
some bhism-e but be persevered. Vin wagon and the ceie was made
ally. he concluded In a burst of elo unanalmous. Gea. vasre' reelection


que'-ee, saying:I
"'TbO iiritecitlo- lw It -' Yc'liC-'.g0r m--1'i I (Cant


Imne a oPn lTwo.)


Livingston Arrests Negro


Whn Kfillpd Anather


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eti n wv e f hvoeld vinte pa order
ftM IPof M BANet00009e* had-
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of a ad-aghoem that was very
p--p wr wvIh eatri people, muri-
sra & and r ly fll lows The
orde em 0el w thie meeting place
ad w geartr *wer secured. Tben
Swas ta the Elksa broadened In
Upe and o from all walks of lif
hr0 makin apt llr lo for member-

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They ae heavily insulated
ad are splendid ice-savers.
Soid oak ea woven wile
selvme, hrrily eOted with
Uble tin. The hardware
b of the heaviest, made of
brm and full nickel plated.
Gu ateed to give aatiafa-
to. Call and we them.









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oCf Mw ta ta ode Whe I Iolo taI
It asm e at ecaea beor bae rnd In

renal w We r eW d there but latvrm
rwor tael a to BoM they now
Srest I the ~a' plot of Mount Hope
mastery to that ity. his grave te-
Ig marked with a ealdsome monu-
meIt eoet r by t he order.
Am efort wa made during the early
year of th order to confine its med
barsm p to hie tearical profe, laon,
but this met with instant opioition.
ian for a time bade fair to pretlpl
tate a hitter factional feht. The
Ssprit of broth de do t hery h v r.ron
wiroe the order toas foundne finally
prevailed and peace was declared
Th*e has been much speculation
regarding the 11 o'clock toast of the
ik,. but very little is known regard-
Iag it. This feature originated in
Ia. when just as the New York
iodge was about to adjourn. George
McDoasld. one of the original menm
hers o the order. suaested "A Toaat
to Our Ashaet Brotbers." From that
ecam the 11 o'ock toast. and the
world over all Elks are suppowd to
give J)st a moment of that hour. Tbit
little tribute to the departed is one
of the most beautiful things conna-et
ed with lhdom. Two year after
the adoptia of the 11 o'ckock t(ait
the Lodge of Borrow was created.
sad each year snlace then each lodge
has paid lovin tribute to those
brothers who hate been called into
the Great beyondd At these nmletill
appropriate addr',-*** are mwade and
cereMweales that lbenflt ihe' occasion
are held. At all of ibther nm'etiui[.
the aules of abuent broth.rx are call
*d by the secrrt(ar., for no manll
claimed by death is v\*.r fiorgt i-u l>
his lode .
There has t en an liaSrerioun i
aniot somese not full, famulllir llth
the order that at that tim.. tribute
I. paid to those who ha.\ d',teart.dl
during the year This. houwe.r. ri
a mistake, as all names are called


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A~t vow doctor bow '~i. m.(
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A groet m ay newspapers and mg-
ales re prtang papem on how a
wm ea be beautial and kep

Ando evoy as you can se for
yourself, admA that so wooman ca
be really b-asttul saleass s has lau
tres and aeruerat hair.
The w e of Paris aur. as a rule,
beataful ad keep beautiful, ad a
careafl AmIer observer who has
traveod much claims that their
beauty is due to their knowledge of
how to keep their hair luxuriant.
whieh they do by uasi a superior
hair tonic.
Many American women are asa wie
as their French sisters, and that is
why Parisian Sage. the quick-acting
ad greatest of all hair restorers and
tonics is now having such a trmUI.l,
ous sale in Anmwrica.
We auk e e-rv woman radltcr of
this Itapir to giv. this mniarnelu b hair
tb-autifler a through trial, and w
lad1ly make Ihe'mi this literal ,ff. r
Gt't a .',-e. nt h John, : t n I :t -* lar -t fur t
K,.'."" ia A : -in ,'* It a
rePt d (ir tt,# ..aks If at htb *
*, diht l. y>u .&r. not satisfied i ;am
re .ulti. sa so to '. 1I. Johnson a
he I1ll gvle you your money hack
Itrides being a delightful and i-
vigrating hair dresuing. free. fr ,.:
grea and lticklinr.I, Parillan 8.
will surely cure dandruff. slotl failitin
hair and tIltehig of't tilcn A;lp. 1u nR a
ey I ack
TlIe girl with the auburn hair
on every i aek.d', ai.d leaidiig drlrx
l iss in eLtry tou n sell Parlilan Sag.

VITIA"S AMAINAMED
W. IVANS CONMANDER

I (Cotnluud from Page One i
likewise was uniad unaiituouji and the'
coun action. forlottiug Itsr di lr,-r.-e
nliits of an hour b.fore-, a.tjournld
to the tuni of lil,.. the, d1. 1-
t.ate' (chi ranlli l, iti lli afhas t r i ai
e.n lhuggiing ,li" iLiit.r r

Oldss that hang on twek.k llthe
cortliilUlion anld i-\ li lintio rlcn
iiniltoui Flle>) a ll,,i y aull Tar
'urc-e i,.rlrot cit (i' ic, h thar t re fiu-
t(o )l'Id to ollh.r ltreiatimlie t I iwt1
exlierilaent with uiAtried reriu.cli. .
dl.Av inay re.ulit in ur i.lI ** t
Ilihu on )our luniIs J W' M3iet''lu,
A Co.


ud PAlcohol?
an akoholic stimulant
~ IC~.y retiely." Ask
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mOd m are Ives that maem mr of

IThe have a feaetre that so
other arer fl the world poseeaea.
00 wher you will. if there Is a
jtde of Ua where you stop the
-ep dear tl be fod. There also
will be fad a brother If you are an
Elk. reody to receive you. and If need
be. to italter to your waats.
Every loge of Elka has a s ere-
tary whoe duty it is to remain at
the home for the sole purpose of re
eelrlig and eatertailing those who
may calL It makes no dIffervnre to
what lo4e you belong. fjut so you
are an Elk 3-u ar- welc-m-'. Tte
man who is a ai-mrltr of the San
'rancisco lodge. is ju.t as much at
home, has Juart as aany rights an the
lodge room of the N. w York Elks as
the man wbo has Ived In the me
tropols all his life. There is ao dip-
Ulctki, so differesce made A mem.
her of the Manlla lodge will be jt
as muh at seae and be Jst as we-
oame 1 Atlata. and be gives ust
as much attentio aad privil e, a
be would e accorded in his own towa.
The "-Heol. Bi" of the Elk is te
all lmtroa ci eedd where two
a more of t he meet That salua-
tion has plac n the ritual of te
order. It i true. but I ha bee adopt-
ed by unaierval casrest. It the
ops9 **mam to sd-fo0a-ip. It IS
the Saausase t that ss wth a daw
aure. a ostao comeclem, a opus
Pm ae ad a kid hasr.
If youW me st an k you are mis




1ea0h ma-Walter TatyIr It At.
la ta r t l e

WOMANe LOVU. WOMAN

BAt Am W et haut -ul iNr Ne
W".enco nao Hansme.


in 6t alyl owl n buik with a CABIN ET TOP for liba
deig 9d aat r otm cwki. Als ha useul diup shuIp
M wrch to now the CAN pat o emspo altr mw from burnr.
1md wi s tin .me uh aWch fe fa A marveof comi
impicmk mi mmvmumce. MSd& is *4
Iiaw-'ita witou rCabim Top. itus
with yew dudm won ow mmer qicy.
-A me sua a
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REPAIR WORK AND SUPPLIES


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INSURANCE-
PORTER B OCK GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

Fire, Life and Accident t 'lds e
911h A dti ift f t $
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WeAreSelling Now

A Cl't'LE: OF "I'ICK.UI'" WE )FFER:
1--A.CI E FARM,. c 'ren- irrigjatel. lailhari cAn.tn l ; laliaer jlakilli hoc,l,
,.r. onM,)- rile fr-,n -tationtl ; owlitr le1An-I I .,' i, ,m r !iu*e in I'',. T, a
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AN ATTEMPT at DRAWING

Y tr attention to vuur own iittrrv-.tws i.ay fail, but Wt
fo l i; if \we liid dilon, our (lity in trillng to draw it.
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EINI6 ADJOURNS

AFTER BUST SESSION

(ARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION
IRET NEXT IN JACKSONVILLE.


.hly Ple'sd *th .e t. ,t r.ment
Received by ;0e Local Comamit.
te* mnd LaCies.


T' e thu;d a:,, 1 Li.t a 1 P ,vork i,:
e State I'tlhanrl:s i It. a1l .\-%(c latiJ
as called to ortl r Tlursda3 mornl
by the eI Ai.de iit. H'nia Op*i 1u-
lmer of Tamnia. and the hoard at
(e took utl the regular routine

fly.slecial imitation. W. 8. Elklns.
r denlt of the N. R. P. A.. was
eent and delivered a short and
interesting address to the mem-
So the good of the organization.
e enthualasm of its members. he
ated. was becoming more notice'
le In all sections and be was
to note the large number pres-
t at this meeting who were also
ber. The great good it is now
g the retail druggists of Flrida
especially pleaslIan and he strong-
urged each and every one to be-
me embers.
With a feeling of great pleasure
Referred to the manner in which
druggists were being etertalaed,
only by the local committee, but
Sthe cities, and tated that the
aner in which the ladles had a-
Ittd In making their ametin a
leat one was commendable and
ghly appreciated.
The association took up the matter
Sthe Cox anti-narcotic bill and spoke
ry feelingly regarding Its passage.
y this bill. a drugglst is not al-
wed to seU you .eregorlc, dovers
wders, and numerous other house-
ld staple remedies without a pre-
rption from a physician.
Jacksouville was selected by the
olatlon for its next regular meet
i which will octcr on the second
fedneday in June. 1910. it being
y accessible owing to the
aleas of the railways, which al-
ays favor it.
Ganesvillle was honored by the
to of Dr. J. 8. lodiford as
ldent and Dr. W. M. Johnson as
rtary for the next term, the lat-


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rWE .E TMEM U 5T-


AGENTS FOR


L. C. Smith Lul,.
Draper & Maynard Sporting Goods.
Dangler Gaaoline Ranoge
Yale A Towne Builders' Hardware.
J. IB Colt A Company Acetelyno
pa M- h i
F. W. Devoo and C T. TRayalda


liit.
L. J. McClooky Sow White
a.
Pale Interior Varnish, Pal
imar Varnish.


AGENTS FOR
S Make A Company, Ltd., Pure White
rted Swoedish Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
me Waineosat Plaoter.
Preesat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stovo and
of all Kinds.
iPittaurg Speeial Field Fanso, also
) Proof Fonce, all widths.
AGENTS FOR
S The Grand White Mountain Refrio-
|tor.
We s*il all kinds of Mill Supplies,
I split Pullys Stoel Shafting
Irn Pipe and Fittings, Jenkins
ives, Fairbanks Valve, StillIon
renashe, Marne Sp4ral Packing,
igh Pressure Packing of all kinds,
ydraulic Packing, Penerthy Injectors
Lubricater, Garfield Ejectors and
jectora, Flue Expanders Flue Scrap
Spoiler Rivets, Cap and Set

Alao Turpentine Supplies, Council
o01o. lack Joe Hacks and Pullers,
tting, Schovil Hoe., Hoop Iron,
rass Strairer Wire, Galvanized Wire
loth, No. 2. No. 3, and No. 4 mesh.
I fact, when you are in want of
r ig dor't fail to see the Gaines
i' Hd d.are Company We give
C C o rt j'.rchasCs u I .r cash
i .,;r e *. '- co A L cu. t .' '. Ce

V jl..ay stay in the lead in every
h i.n a in cur Ii
AINESVILLE HARDWARE CIOM '\N


NEW TRAIN SERVICE

S BEEN CHANCED

N .W SCHEDULE WILL L EiFFECT.
I1' ON AND AFTER JUNE L

S ce .t Ic.Arthur Receives
S: .t Charge Would Se
*-ord Tell Later Date.


'ifa


s i,*,! i ,,n th( Atl.int i'
1.2 I. n i t>: o h'-ie take-n
an '.t Mnlida. June Ilth.
. i **, tliiii d for two week1,.
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S., ro.te,.., ii: %: A.\rthur rec.l t-l,,
the above Infornmattn Thur:-tn? I.
: ;':( it w ill pi .) a di.-al'j,,ii. t-
.n zlt to a 14frge uulltwlr iofi o,11.
*-Intlally Ih.-e who had antllellats..
t during the Iretelnt a'mlon of court
'*ut owing to the fa~t that the c' n
,any could not make ithe nete-sary
irrangeantas na time for this change
o take effect on June 14th. as was
rut anticipated. It wa;, found neces-
ary to postpone it until June 28th,
ist two weeks later.
It is not this service alone that
will go Into efect on this date. but
.he railway official will place another
'rain In service from Ocala to
ranpa. and with all the new trains
t wllU require some time to get them
fully arranged before makng the
hanged.
When this new service has been
inaugurated It will prove one of the
beat schedules ever inaugurated to
*he city aid the merchants and busi-
-ess men should feel thankful to the
roard of Trade and 8uplrintendent
\cArthur for securing the service.

er succeeding himself, haring held
his position for the last year.
Numerous resolutions were passed
,y the association, selecting the route
aver the L. N.. "South Atlantic
.imlted." to attend the National As-
ociation. the hospitablI manner In
Shich they had been entertained by
he cities of the city. and espe-
ially the manner in which the ladletl
.0 ent*,.rtained ther!.
A praise was awarded Mrs. F. W.
Zanders of Lake Helen. for the lady
,*at had traveled the greatest dist-
ture to attend the meeting. and E.
'**rcr was awalded the prize for the
.-tlt eIaman r.ecuring thet large. .o:
number of appllcatUons to the assocla-

)r. Coles of Miami received the
rize awarded for the bett paler pre.
armedd for the numting. also the prize
':r iu ins traeel-d the greatest
liN.taniic to attend the' meeting
Mrs S. M. IDais won the first and
\lais Eula Clark second prize In the
rilirce whist gamne of the ladies' on

TI- ft ri: : sion, t,' ;* *
.ith minor business after which the


IsiocIMiatioii ajourneU sue
r thohe remaining In the
shown over Gainesville
White ,lbila,'


die.
city
in


and
auto
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RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.

Gamaeaville W. C. T. U. Mourns the
Loss of Mrs. French.
Whereas, After a In-ridc o!f three,.
anonthi' lllnea and suffering. (od
haI. in His pIroidence, called to her
heavenly reward our beloved sister
iadl c.o-worker. Mrs. L. t. French.
I Il.refore te it
Ke.aolied. First. That In the death
,f Sister French the Gaiueaviklle Wo-
,iuan' Christian Teniperancse I'nlon.
of which she was a most faithful and
Io oted member, has sustained a
r.erv great loss. but. knowing that our
1o..' I- her gain,. awe % a) "Th aill
Ie' done." antitijaliti a r-.iuluon In
he t.-autiful beyond
RKe.olv*d. Hetoilad That a ill
**lTie-h in the au llthi i- of iii< iu ia
ft e faithlul c(oinecrlat d life hs full
r I .111h aund Kgasi work- anld that hI r
.:r .at fatlh ill I t .i ii a llp tll.ll all to
i- Ite ", 11', ,ai .*: O, iintr, ia iih
it A'i-a -'I*' a.l lull, Ia l 9,o1 1
ItC Tal,' t i 1 T'i 1iil 1 h t oi l t i *is ,r

I. tl I I I I it ll I l it, 11 I ,r

S4 'il I j il 1s l ih I a i, l l till
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YFSFERDAY'S Rfl1JLTS


IN SuTI ATLANTIC

The score In the South Atlantic
League yesterday were au follows:
Columbus 2. Jacksonville 1.
Columbia 4. Augusta 3.
Savannah 3. Macou 1.
Charleston 1. Chattaaoot 1.

DEATH OF MRL HAYNvEWORTH.

Occurs After Illness Covrna Poriod
of Several Weeka
Mrs. J. E. Haynesworth of Haynes
worth station. near Alachua. died at
her home late Wednesday evening af-
ter a lingering Illness of several
*eekf.
Hier death aid due to pIralysMi. but
t:, boreI her suffi'ri ing wll uiuil death
< a ?tia: id lei
It children and a host of other relatives
aind friend. to mourn her demise.
The re mains were laidto rest in
SN' uhan'%illie ('Cmruetery Thursday af-
erT:IM tU. : I:rg-e inarlther of sorrowing
Iriel!rd attelinding the fuierai.

ASTHMA AND HAY FEVER WILL
VANISH.

K~-er I)ody know that Hyomel
urc, tatarrh. But there are- many
'uffn-erers from atlluiia anid ialia feter
A ho doi't know that lt>.it I will give
alv-izl Jirtait rlrlief and if usedi regu
':trl.~ permanent ( ure.
But J. W. McCollum & ('o. know
Uo aell what iI.onmeli ill do that they
zudarAlit.re it to cure catarrh. hay
fever and asthma or money back.
Surely It's worth a trial on that
basia and why people continue to
choke and wheese and spit and hawk
and auulle when a certain cure is at
hand I beyond the comprehension of
human intelligence
When )ou breathe Hlyomnel deep
Into )our lungs you breathe eiactl)
the aul- Ileaaaul ant lie-tiCL balmy
air that )ou would breathe in the for
enta of pluie and eucalpitub of inland
Auatralia
liu"toliiaK and reniedle-a never
hi'lpe-d nir ti r' f ,er, till I used IHyo
1l4 Ii Kgite I.r.- gKrea rell-f., anid ha
rf i ullnpi ill f i4 .ialor ~n. ia i laulia
1 <,ra a linait .1i< lI
(' %i| I li 'lla'-I o illt t I a ilI
$I MA I H Id *\a a ln 1 tl ..a, a t* i.- A
IhI al. *l (I 111ti t caIn 1-tr lf a1 lt Ivit of
II ,ii, i a iatid ruli. i ilal.l r ian edi
il, 411 ,,, i r. r .ial full iii.-I, i' ni,1M for
i.-, i I I I I t li
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111-0NA
Cure Indkitstion
hr rP-1 -t l it in. rI a er tions
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SUoEm SCUSSIS TO


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ONLY VUEY FEW HAVE 0O PAR


BEEN HEARD FROM.


In All the County Usually Ron Abs
Twenty Isheels Duwr
Cull Maoths

The summer puble schools of
Alachua county will open aout Juy
&th. ao the reporter was informed by
dupertutendent Kelley om Wednesday.
r-t stated that unless the supervisors
and patrons got together ou the sub
ject and advise the board, there will
.- a bmuall-* number In operation the
*oualau aunaiier than ever before.
There are always on an average ol
twenty aihools taught in the county
during the dull months, but up to the
present time very few districts hatv
ignalled their intention of securing
ibhe. Hayneiwortb. Thomas. Coo
('reek. Spring Hill. Jennings Lake.
Itoadflld and Cherry ink have been
the only ones heard from up to the
' i.4l l nilt .
Them* schools are a great benefit
to certain localities. an they are
taught at a time when it is too hot
for the children to assit with farm
work and they can put in the time
to good advantage. During the fall
and winter months they are more or
less required at their bomes and art
deprived from a portion .f th~e
school term unless they take advant-
age of It in the summer months.
In order for other districts to aw
cure schools it is neepmsary for them
to advise the board at once. that the
proper action may be taken and good
teachers i.wcured

THE CO-OPERATIVE CONTEST.

uinlaea Heuase That Are n the
Plan Which Will l sue Veta.
The handsome pianos and diamond
ring to be givel away in the Co(


Opeu-tve CoIMt e IN ho W b o -l-

rt Altabm a tp .

ts stem ares e be hmi an
f or very pemy qpe:
Gaussevltle hnalP r C--I"f.
fur tlre; P wr &U& Mlb h, d5.-
i sad Fu- beis; Gembmmffs
warn Co., pim mad bam eW ;
Mrs. r. T. o0 Wg..
M. Jeheues. iam a -" ad a

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wrma, ^ r- r va mda. bC -
don & Emaris w olm d a
-stu; a s b ftear abmad am&e i
P. T. 1mth, oeash ma; On tw o
& Devw UVery e db sas awas; I
asm. -mesa a m pdatbm "n
TfOWm ams. mmiat a W b v N.

dim. Mfg. Ca.. lamber med "
material; Itsadard .

Vees w hobe Ovem m amm a
for Job printlg #At The Us ees,
ad as s bseripus as hEbws:
Themay a.m
$1.r three s aulmt l
old subscrbers, NO vam; sow sub.
saribers, 709 votes,
$M. 6six meths' l s ipi. @M
mbseribes. ,M vetim; ew mb
scribers. 1,50 votes.
IS, years bscrptiw M ed sob-

wera. 4"0 vetoas ;b..

tors (beigo 12 eo'ee tnM, AUX.
1i. 9)00a, old u I.6W
votes; new subscribers, m v.3sM
For a club of tea sizmeats' sb
seriptklas beforee Is 'elsk mas.
Aug I. 1, 9). old subseriber, M,00
votes. new subcribelrs, 3,00.0 wta.
There s ao Mat t the mb ift a
oclas a eh mtestao t ma mar
SThei S Oe er a.
$a1. ue years sbsWptm. MSe



Pr ac dub of twemty4ve eme-yar
subscriponsl MSW votes
There isoa Mua to the amaber
cc doubs samh rnlastasn may sre.


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Salt Pork Every Day?

Lard is hog fat-so is salt pork. Both are indigestible and dten healthy.
Until Cottoler was placed on the market, people had to use lard for all fryig
and shortening purposes-they had no recourse. But now there as so excuse for
eating lard-soaked pastry and jeopardizing your digest o with lardsed food.
Colo/ln- is a vegetable product-pure, healthful, digetible. It co7tai s
hog fat. Even a dyspeptic can eat and enjoy Colidie food without the da
pangs of indigestion.
Once give Catolent a fair trial and you'll banish lard from your kiche
forever.


COtTOL Is W lmo antd tog y raft
mouny in ca yo ar e ot pluusd, after baviag g-eem COaISerlr r a e.
wr ad I ll CMdrW pe d to pb with "- d
tiht top to k a dime fth ad whb
piowprowvest h from catchi g dbst hohrMbg o di-a 2a I
suh a b&*h, sol, ,.
O*For a m 2 o "O r Wyag
WNW md ndcompl by Mus. Ma o.newb. do &mooad s o
ed afrthf aly 30 evaluaZ -mw.

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VMlECWT OF UILTT


NWCAN JODAN CASE

MURDER IN SECOND DOSARe
WAS JURY'S DECISION.

Case of Lewis and Cronin Martin and
George owners Continued-The
L. J. Knight Case.


at t k- T r-lv i v tlch*
U\\ ir. lot,'l.lt
"' a' Jill % i ll I I f 1.1f ;4 i 1'i
.rlan. char a ad ad th ti,. t 1. r o,;
a I. I t.r'e in a. i.a ;1-hai.l HiiKh
,, .1 ;H hit ilf hita Ib e -| (Hil t lII'i '
;* ', o )(kwk W\\'ddie At,'a v nKiht. fil-
hItoe the, court r)on). whe-n ('l.erk
_Wienig-, rall- lhlie roll. a ic-h juror
anverillg he r* '
Judge- Willsi asked if they had
agreed upon a verdtll. whereupon
VW. M. Pelpetr arope. saying We
-*" have." when he handed the clerk the
document, which read:
"We. the Jury. find the defendant
gulty of murder in the' second de-
gree. 8o say we all.
-W. M. PEPPER. Foreman.
"June 10th, 190."
Those who had been summoned on
the speelal venlre In this case were
then discharged for the term.


Caw Conteined.
The cas of the State vs. Lewis Mar-
tin. Cronin Martin and George Pow-
era. charged with rape. was continued
until the third Moaday in November.
The case of the State of Florida vs.
L .1. Knight. trespass. was then call-
ed. and the followlg Jury sworn:
O. L. Paster. 0. A. Thilpln. J. L
Stokes. J. K. Feaster. J. P. Brad-
shaw. J. 0. Beville.
The. taking of evidence thea began
and had not been concluded when
court adjourned late in the afternoon.
Mr. Knight is charged with getting
a quantity, of timber from tad be-
longing to the Emp.re LumbewC Com
pany.
Col. C. IL Peek. G. H. May. M.
Venable and J. W. McCann were call-
ed in the order named to testify for
the State. A deed to the Empire Lum-
ber Company covering the land In
question was offered and filled as
evidence. also a letter from defend-
ant offering to purchase the property.
The State here rested temporarily.
and Mr. KnIght was sworn In his


GAINESVILLE


FURNITURE


COMPANY


\\e arte li-playillg a iprf'ect
line of


PmORCH('IRU'GS


V'I)( I l',nh SHAI)DES
HAM M ()(''KS

('EX and MATTING
RIL'GS


SEFRIGE ATI'S t


oI0 ,STOVES


'nr11141 lst Wood Stoves alld
I.IHlge-"O ioldI ill this Pect*ion.
Fin't line White Spreadls.
litc(t.t, Tow-l adll i'illow
(t ro wt...i.


foram wk -y we wd
Jd cdlAted 15 liter-
mrw Mat tri t813.50.

fIt-pd Crt&e Tick E1
Edge Ca Mattrms at 15.45
-rpir price 11.50. Cal
aii am*W.

TAKE CARE i TiE MUT
l- .g' yVIIr IAhy a' rrijgi a- J l it'%
e tin r ,'i.tV -la ill, li' < c o .

We S Vete is lHi CoMetne


NEEWFU KNOWUI E

Osineeville People S ld Learn to
Detect the Approach of Kidney
Disease.
The symptoms of ktidti, treMble re
FO unnll itakable th.t thev l.an\ :n o
tr'nlI l for doubt. Hl, k kidney, .\
'r,,'e a thli k. rcleIil. off'l,-i- urinr ..
'till f >< ? llhii ,'nt. irre-a;l. ir of ia.--'.,
oir .a:tendd l)by a psn..ation of ocaldiig
Th ha t ackrali cron*ttantly headacsl-h,
.mn dizzy am-ll ni ma ti o(.r and the' \% i
tim Is oftfe-n 'vlhdl down lby a feel
II *' :l~ll~l ll iti, f,'l 6 ,10. It, I .\ lr *l rp .-e.. I. l;.'i ; id .'i. (or d lj lM*.tL ..*.
\ni fni-a of th,., l-yliall 1,n I,4 w.iarn
iiat enotiith to h~ 'li treat'-ig the, kid
i,-ks a: OIn C.. 1Delay often Ipro.e'
1:11al.
You can use no better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's GOlnee-
%tlll' proof:
Mrs. James Doig. 902 Alachua ave-
nue. Oaineviille. la. sy: *"It is
now some time since I used Doan's
Kidney Pills and I am Clad to say that
I have had no need of a kidney
remedy. Several years ago Doan's
Kidney Pills drove away a severe at-
tack of kidney trouble and time has
proven the cure to be a permanent
one. I take pleasure In rerouimlunding
Dnma's Kidney Pills to other kidney
suffI-rers."
Por sale by all dealers. Price
cents. Poster-Mlbura Co., Buao.
New York, sole aIgnts for t United
States.


own behalf. D. D. Weeks and Wa.
Thomua also teatlSed In behalf of
the defsn.e.
In rebuttal the State placed upon
the stand Abe Jones. Columbus
Smith. Id Harris and A. O. Hill..
after which Solicitor Rivers announc-
ed that the State closed.
Defendant's counsel stated that
they had other evidence to submit.
and a it was late nl the afternoon.
court adjourned until 9 o'clock Fri-
day morning.
Mr. Knight is represented by At-
tereys Horatio Davis. Evans Halle
and Syd L Carter. the commonwealth
by Solictor Rivers.
It is probable that court will ad-
journ for the term today.

$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be-
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science har
been able to cure in all its stages.
.nid that i, catarrh Hall's Catarrh
('tCre. s the' only Iositlve cure known
to the nirdical fraterjiity. Catarrh
ht ing a coiistitutiaaa; di-l ae,-. r.
tille I' a ('clastit t lional treat enIe t.
allal' ('Htarrh ('ure- is taken Intern-
ally, a rtliig dirn, tly uio the blood
and niuroti s surf.ic-s of the -y'tf-nil
thelrc-h.- d1 .tro n liBg the- foundation, n tof
the di-i~e '. anid gi\ling the lpatf--nt
-treaii:th ,by > llilng up, ith. ** .iist la
fon and a.ilsating niature- in doing It.-
work Tlh- prIaT:i. tor, ha.v so munich
,alth iln its curatie ipw r' that the-y
*-ife r Olne lluidrned lk)llars for any
a'i-c that It fails to curt.. Sa-id for
t.ctlainonials. Address.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggists, 7a cents.
Take Hall's Family Pill, for consti-
pat ion.


Will Raise Stock.
A I' lillhare of Minc-ip\ :t- a
iilstor to (;alin..-Bllie T'lursda. li
r-tate s that the flll of Si. lldr &
('cOilian) are. IIt;IiK a liratn Jpla(<--
out of the I'owsll pllantatio. re.clit
1I purchaa-id b% tihe-in In adiltialion to
tlhe truck farm. tlhv will sto'k piarl
of the large' Ilaiatioii wll th li .ii itl-
which s illl Iroi, aoitlraar -I-tL, in ti4e
iir,' t lii of I nilrovliiK the h nstixk eoI
th.l State*

Men Past Fifty In Danger.


MASS IWl TU
c00o OR AS 9SII

(Continued from Pasre One.)
cr mlenth,-4 to d*I.isit a cs rtain lainui'nt
ill ra-h or .R-c ''lt> wi t ha- I -ma i
af th, i taS-t of FIlhi 1,,l
Aln a t re'qtilirtn i th t'I rk fr tih
an r.-'.' 'teCourt of the St it .f I',iaritl.i
In all rae',o In the- Siur. imn,- 'urt
hAl ,'r. thel' judisInrmi or ido i r-e shall
li- re,, -rped or mlodin fli T In hicrh
their SutllTrme Court s rite % an ollnlon
to 1~,:id to the cler, k of twI l (iculit
lart of tite Hcunt) frim uhi h ul h'i
;i -tl' niR alilM'aldt1. ,I writ oif ,rrot
t.akcin. a correct r4is of tftuch opintilon
of the Supre-me Court
An art relatig to the recording of
l,.ven-c and orders In cancer In
'hi- State.
An art for the relief of W. A.
Snowden of Mkcanopy. Alachua coun-
ty. Fklrlda.


The % Head
sl of two kinds-conceit and the
big head that comaa from a sick head
sche. Does your head ever feel like
a gourd and your brain feel loose and
sor? You can ee it In no time by
acting on you liver with Ballard's
Hertie. las't I worth tryag far
the absolut and certain relief youM'
get? SoM by W. MJohnse

WaSted Her.
"An eold eple from the eastM" a
th Dearit lr Proa, Mro .tlv
their boa Is tn ety. If the t h
gt ott of it the father. he is
cumtatly ad-g forb er and In ast
coan till tey a toat1 r agO.
The other ee*ag se west to aethar
part o the bem swMle he wasr o.the
parlor and after he ad asked for her
a halt dia tlme the n said, rather
wrtlyr:
"'It moam as though you couldnt
be without mother gve latea at a
time.'
OTou*e riht' Mid the otl glat-
ara slowly. That' the roaso I ar-
rid her."


You Never Can Te
Just exactly the eause of yoar rho-
matism, but you know you have It
Do you know that allard's Snow
Lniment will care t?-relieve the
pain, reduce the swelllag and limber
the Joints and muscles so that you
will be as active and well as you ever
were. Price 25c. c and $1.00. Sold
b: W. 1. Johnsou.

A Comforti:g. Word.
A oiniAin ulholie colored ainad was
: hit inctl'.: her : tri lji on a h. lr dsreiie
iew g,'t 4 s;1. I ," ,th'r 1 day g t u hl -'k
.v thern. : fr 14r I '.ia:o Inh efw pier gla'
*t;i n'. : l i I r- aI rei llhy b.ilad w:tle ig-t
.; ; '-; : Li I n'i a thlt tnew &!:trtneut.
'i.' I .11;. i | to I t nritat
.tili. 1 :i1l I ne-'t iaw Its a ner. face.'
I il .IMrt I.-er." rep lIed the col
urial .lrlI. I i%' llidu't worry If I was
. ma I -. aI l,.dy the utlh-r day noe
l>. *t,'r I t r yon are."-New
York I',r -



CASTOR IA
f1r In fa a CkiUr s.
Tk KW YuM ie AhaIht
ears the
maatureo of 4g(C

Sie-.fioed.
Mrs Kkewler- V'u will hbve to ga.
Mary I atsi't I i up with y'ar Ihn
(oertltneme .ai 1 Iaer I'm huxr) 1
.-ill't @.-R t re e,mu i4'14 1td I '.,
Mar Il's :l rl:l-t, I.M My Ic-a
Ing alre %1ll '. all the recommend I
need --Bersti. Traiucrlpt.


The fool wvanders; the wise travel -
Sp itilab I'raerb

A Vital Point
The nost delicate part of a baby
Il it' bowIUI Eery ailment that
It suffIr. ainuA attacks the bowIeli al


M -s i 1. l a -I nllel 1 I.ire ha\.- follnal (o i a li-milI ri I-r ll 1i o most Cast-s the lif
cainftirtl .a l re-lltf in Fol.l K lidi ) of th,. liif.al .11(t-Ge-'s laby Elai ir
lt,i,- d> ~a 'lhilaI far a Ial.rI a l l'K ro- (i at diarlrins.am. 1l>)h-ntery and all
.it l. l'I l, i i, i, <, .adiii r:Lnmu '(iis nta of the ltolnma h ti
i. a> Bl i, % 1. 1. i, \lri d bIy W M. Johuaon.
h5 \a ila r. 1 I e TIThe Poer Wooeon.
I il, l at ,r ,f.r,-- I[.lai kaL,., i ,h e i .,- lla du lsu als w.i0,
Si*e.. l ai.c'l-,l i a r,. lil. i ndt l -a r.il |l -i li,, h,,, ( .r n ,, iih i.. gu i5n ie* ii-,i Ili lh
it.ail- ].aa i t 1--.' > h)i.er. > ?." '
rj.'- I ,, :e- l.tlt d e: Al I I 'a! 1i, Sti- &h e-v le a.4 ha1'r J I II I', I.|k,.
,|e r.i< ,i-, i t1)l w a,4in ,t f lIt- .lag the ie -l' iil (!i'il t n bh u taiLvl '1 .
A., 'i ;t .t,.l fi .i lhl i,- 1 et ,.I ,1 I thlli |lw '- l.,-ulvll U C(ourier J.,ur
it ul. I I o lin ii i t I F'o F il K ,i ', Dal
I' I 1 ,tI in i I A: tif. I hI .i I 'To aa ,,At t. ria us re-.ults take
linall. int l i .t I I i t k L- .. i.. ,, 1I,,,. ',,|,.i : ) K lli. ,% It, ra dt t t tlre fit -
i ". I -' i. h,, I,'l,- ,ii,, 'I CI "i h ,,r ke.ll- i ladla.er tiarl,-r
ihila c(41.n ld1& w J %\ .I M 4"' luti. I i t ,L I.., k a, L,, L tisr ir i i gil art
it o. a hitia-li-ll aia'l % U iIll .M.- I
II t 'e a i i. ; C. L in ilng Faol<- KAi
If you bae found anytbtul see itf. -. ,,(I. 1, .4.l 1 W M '%' .llu
le Ito advrlied I tt* Want clat u. Il c


to o Ter pot retret.
in an Irish jg.'nrr :I tv n a thenttrlI aI
ri'ellalsei 1A is 14, % Baa.: I. arusais et i. eli
44111M.' 0411111o"rq fi-. maim eI 1 4w'lees-a tar:,'
wet~ii-* miah.1e~l t-.' t wlAiess'aijr% IhWeir
ala: ies wBsa'liselt:,..uni:tii 4 r ,fti-r*e
ISKA IIIawtahb. ti. n .t iii;iijr ruig-
Sha. e ormy %y ins doIcrteol on a given
,1uaml fivina the lri-isieot t v I'-r a te'w
0t 1-4 .i t %,v -. iut 'vtin thio* ridiin
4-1 ;-%.-)n 1.0t 1-4 f rti ni~.-a aa' -ft Ow
I Is,, i v %%n4 t e I. to m*IiinAlar 1.. auir'a.
ago atI 4 ite cc'I tai l m tail mother 4,fllerq
of itt' garrimton. 'The tvtu artlilirn ists
so uesu..l at 1114. #,IAi 44sa1l 11f 1 I t.
w114et) Ir1fe4y f 'ugbl 3 11141 1aigbt ST41 Ickept


tell I-(c rony ,( the 41src. 74141
;,!.re in 1the. 4-ye 4-f I iear atiari elg
*-r1.a %N!:- h el.-as l, a hriia*-tI lhe ro. ir
araai i1 4*1i-trra. ieaav tejfuiI u aia. -IM
t%. At ll tue'at 41. and lum-1 the
hoarritiod imimnategir th Ile wroimaj:rmyl~
lveln drreat itly ti.ff the satnimc still
lighming dettilmervieti. lkownu anime the
curtainatiald nwror4ea laughter. and
the fuming amnaer hastened to ask
the delinqueuts why They had fulled tip
retreat on besariug the signal.
ltv'tulte. rt" a rrcd a burly taller
wmwho visage bad been badly batterti,.
"and lis It relvrals ed elhave usowid
the colonel and all the cieru in the
boxes '-lfmdo. Straps

P~r Milk
It often thougM ttohe resposslbls
A-ee, __ 1- a_ _I


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ham' Vegetabe Comrna haa e
Iala CORO"



-tu..Ia l trouble.
m t, lIE.PI aL


healtI


ur mu nmum m ons m wept or o M- -A- WL9 lR
eral por health. The ase usually
is that theo ehdi h worms. They l
get the our a-heeat of the food and m enBu
the baby starvesr aotully starves.
White's Cream Verwage espels thee%
worm and a r 'h- teo OSWm, o're
d mo Pi. Prlce e a. S d by W.
M. Johba L I
Times lD Os emulag
Mrs. MImis-Miar. t r e I ek e
tble morinalg whe you an. I
beard y u. Mary-Well. mai. If I
was you I'd take m tamake
dowa l thekm kf itchem ad ale
so ore nolb tr a cat w lo. nIve
bme kindd of worrd abaLft yo m a
Budmm _a& m f m


Nih CAPUMNGiS CaiOe s Need

Abe Nervous UM shm iTrovders
rle



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I A. Seppard.



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S10 B. WWslt.....


6 10 20 Aurella Glaa .


5 10 N StLvea Ross ....


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2 A. T. Brbaoe...

80 Mare 0. Sherrod


Unknown ......


10 I J. L. Matbws...

10 IM J. M. Do.......


S10 s Docts ith ....

5 10 I Fasnae Roberts..

6 10 Ni useala Johlan
6 10 M l Her of Volet
Whuaker ....
6 10 NS Weky J. John-
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5 10 0 Susan Lans


6 10 i$ WIks Floyd.


5 10 30 Thomuas Johnson


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S NAME OF OWN,-. 4


Conmiunrce at Ne. <:rn. r It. 11.
Itrown's Addititouin t G ii.ets il. r'.
W 103 ft. P. To ft.. 1'. 14., ft., N
0 ft. to bt T!.t !ng ..............
Beginning ln:, ft. N. of Se. corner of
N% It. 11. ltProwu addition tio
Oainesville. run W. 147 ft.. N. 7"
ft., 147 ft.. 8. T0 ft. to beginning
Commece 273 ft. W. of Be. corner of
N% B. it. Brown's Add'a. to Gaine*
ville. rua W. &4 ft.. N. 15T7% ft.. L.
84 ft.. S. 157% ft. to beginnlng.....
Commence 105 ft. K of Sw corner of
N% 11. Browr's Addition to
Oalawville. run R. 84 ft.. N. 17%
ft.. W. 84 ft. and S. 157% ft. to be-
ginnin ........ ..................
All B. 1, Brown's Addltio to Golnes-
v to e ..... .. .. . .
44 ft. a aetir W. ide of Lt 1 of
B. "W," Brow's plat of 8%.......
8W aLota 3 and N (ess (1) In Sw.
carer of Lot 3). Speaker plat N%
N% of lots 35 sad M, Spencer plat
N1 ...... .... .... .. ..........
Idt 15 Spener ptt N% .............

One ar Ina Sw. eorer Lot 12. Spe-
ter plat ........ ...............
On aer a Sw. eramr L 19, Speo-
ear plat ...... ...................
Loa 4 mad 5, "A" an all B. "*B,"
itag earvey of Lot I3 ad 4 of B.
W. Brown's plaN% ..............
atas 15 aM dw 'Prters SahlIvision
N % ................. ............
ILt It. Porter's Sabdivs N%....
Lot 0, Porters Sku lvtaom N%....

Lot 31, Porter's SubdvIsioa N% ....
Lot 42, Porter's Sub41vsl t NW ....
lota W ad 6., Porter's ubdlv'a. N%
Lot 12,. L 1. Orr's plat of It 7. B.
W. Browa' N% .................
It 1, B. 1. Orrs pat of Let 7, B. W.
Brown's A4dtto ................
Lot 6, B. 1. Orr's plat of Let 7. B. W.
Brown's AdditUo...............
Lot 4. lamard's plat N1%...........
t aoomard's plat N% ...........
lats *and 10. Lamard's plat N%...
3% Lot 6, Leoa'rd's plat of Lot 55
N% ........... ... ..............
Lot II6 L 1 Coll- Park N% ......
Lt 1. B. 4. College Park N%......
Lots 6 and 7, B. College Park N%
t 8, B. 6. College Park N% ........
Lots 4 ad 13 B. 7. College Par....
L oat and '14. B College Park N%
No1 of Ne% of 88% of Nw% and
N. % ot Se% of SM% of Nw% (7%
acres) 8% .... .................
Nw% of Ne% of Sw% of Ne%. ia..


Commeae 15 ft. W. of center of A.
C. L. R. tracks, run W. $62 ft..
ft., E 626 t, N. ft......
Commeane at Ne. eouer Lat 19 of
8 % ..................... .... .
Ru E 615 ft., 248 ft.. W.
615 ft.. and ft. 24 f.............
Ne* of Lot 82% ..................
Lt 1 ad W% Lt 2 of N% Lt 7
%W ...... .. ...........
Lot 1 and 7 of 8% Lot 7 8 .....
Lot 2 of 8% Lot a 8 ...........
Lots 3 and 4 of 8% Lot 7 84 ......
Commence 105 ft. 8. of Ne corner of
Lot 11, 8% ..... ...............
and run W. 210 ft.. S. 1IO. ft.. K.
210 ft.. N. Ir. ft. to I ginlnins. 8 '
Coausanence 21u It. 8. of Ne. collier Ijot
II. 8 ...........................
run W. 31; ft.. 8. 90 ft.. E. 31: ft.
and N. 91. feet to ltginning. 8 %..
Lnts 6 and 7. iH. "A" of 8'J *t 11I
(Thomas' surve.y. ......
lAt iI I lot 19. 740 ft I>) 5.4 ft. In 81Sin
tuOLS Il* 84 ....... ..
Lot 11. HIll'm Additlon. li4 .......
I.)t ~5. Hlll'r Addition. S1 .........
.lot 41. HilII'. Addition. Si s .... ...
Conmnllc'ae 1'7 ft o(f !inteTrsction of
A. C L K. II. and r.-nter of street.
on N hide lat ?2. Iill'U Addition,
atid run F. Gi' ft.. N. 2:'* ft.. WM
66,i 11. '" f' q. h**. iliniti 1.I4
N4 I1t 2.. and 14o ft. E. and W. by
105 ft. N. and 8.. In H1. corner;
also coimlnci nll 2yo ft v. ofr R
corner Lot 23 and run N. 1t,: ft..
E. 0oo ft.. tL. o1 ft.. W. loo, ft. to
beginning. Hill's Addition. 8% ...
Commence 300 ft. N. of w. c corner
Lot 23. Hill's Addition. run N. it.1'
ft.. E. 50 ft.. 8. 105 ft., W. 5o ft to
beginning, 8% .. .
LAt in Lot 23. of H llll Addition to
Gainesville. as wer lDeed Hook 31.
lage* 5w0. 84 . .
It. 1. In Ranges lo. 11. 1.. 1:I and It.
Elliott &6 IEngle'm Addition ...
Commence at Nw. corner II. I. H
1. EKllott & L.'nglik' Addition. and
run E. 2() ft.. 8. 2oo ft. \V. 2o it ..
N. 2404 ft.. and 'coIInmintec at H4
corner H. 1. R. 2. and run E oo., ft
8. 2~ws fl W 2 oo ft. N ,oo it also
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and ;! lvalrfn Id
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5 10 20 Wiley Jone..... 13.35

6 10 0 Framns Mulberry 3.17


6 10 to Jesse ordo ...


"ce Murray...
W. and W. A.
Aderon ....


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6 10 20 Susan Prier...


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Alfred Gray ....
Tony Harrold....
P. H. McKrIm-
ager ........
Julia Martin. ...
Leau 8app .....
Win. Gales .....


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1.72
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C. 0. McCarroll. 24.90


6 10 N0 J. A. Malning...


B. F. Jobnaon...
Ell Brigham.....
Margaret Framler
Ida .Edmason...

Wi. E lllot ....
J. H. Frlks......
Mrs. 8. A. Lee..
D. P. Davis.....
W. H. Lee ......
J. A. D. Harris...
E H. Smith.....

A. O. Worley ....
Aaderson & Town-
e d ...........


* 20 W. H. Rutledge..


::2 9 zo


I. H. Umen ......
Unknown .......

Unknown .......
W. R. Davis.....
knownn .......
Wrm. Kuniht ....


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32 9 20 F. M. Cellon ....

32 9 20 A. L Rountree..


Amanda Stewart
Chas. Riser ...
I'nknown ....
T. K. Hunt ....


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M. Parrish .....

J. A. McDonald .


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Notice is hereby given that undet
and by virtue of a final decree dated
May 31. 1909, rendered by the Judge
of the Circuit Court of Alachua coun-
ty. Florida. In a certain cause where-
nl T. B. EIll, Jr., sl complainant and
Sam Sheppard and Alice Sheppard
are defendants, the undesigned
Special Master will sell, between the
legal hours of sale. on Monday. July
Ath. IS9o. before the court house
door at Oainesville, FlPrida. at pub-
lic out-cry. to the nhihest and best
bidder for cash. the following descrir-
ed land, towit:
Being In Alachua county. Florida.
and further described as commencing
at Hooke's corner of T. C. Steven's
line. being the Northwest corner of
Hooke's land. running thence North
210 feet. thence East 42( feet. thence
South 210 feet. thence West 42( feet
to the point of beginning-the same
being In the outheast quarter (SE'i)
of Southwest quarter (SW% of Set-
tion Thirty-four 134). Townhlip St.%
--n (7T. South. of Range 8 t1lnt-c nz
i17, East. The -aine to be sold as the
property of s*! 'Sani Shepp ard. to
satl-fy laid decree and coo-ts.
J. M. RIVKRS. biSpcial Ma-ter
('.RTFR & I.AYTON.
Solliltors for Complainant


HILL r0E DIV0kVr.
Is the Circuit C'ourt. Elurbb JudkcIri ('Ircult
Alacbhaa touir. IFwMa in (4rweery-
Irrthd Turner v- H khcr Turtin- t()n'r
of Itca;ti,,n. 114 Ihr J).,ce
It uiagwac hluer buftlui al s Ivended to the b
Mlod in t r &Wv or aLawd edCwre that Iibert
Turner 'he dIr-rudaet there-In saam. is a
om--ldeidat f 0the Male of Ii'tids. hut Lra
re..lont of Wortbes. In te %taw of
eorsvta d "that there It, 1 IN"ereo nf.
the .%tate of nPwlda a aerbt of a sub-
uIqo mwoUuhi blrd said defewsit. sod
f% k%@r 1he 0ae oa Spoftl-7455years.
it is therm f ore w er d tb -t s aM noare e 5gscme
@feds a t '. I,, : r I ed to
wap r or 1. bIU of (*'r f plmt t mlod In said
v. ~A on go before Momrp. Ohe t16 .:.r
of Jaui). A. 0 IN&S otb"rw L ur OI.t a
1Lis of sail bi ll WWbee sakes m a mfe
bF ai defeada.
it is further ordre IbM 1M order se Psb
IhbeI owee a week for low e ouasecut
weeks Is 7e WUsammvif Rum, a meow-
Sm ara. mme
b. H WIhjtkg5. (lerk Eirrculai(reaf
Nlr I CHtiF\'a. Li. U
A 11 ue 041. of a rmal.
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LEGAL ADVEATISEMENiS

SNPMIPr'b SA.L

Under and by 'lrtue of dior* and
Pundry executlonI issued out of the
Circuit Court for the EIlath Judiilal
circuitt of Florida. In and for Alachna
A 1r It i. .. i i I i .h dli; (oI
.': U '. .\. 1 1. '*. h I II JlI:l -p ll' 7 lIt
;[ Il n ; i. h l>1 i t r. t.
dA .T .n he r. .1 .
.\! hr & .*ili a;, l l:;', l:ll a.,1 .1 M
II. I t is 1 ie fe ndl:.t; al- a a c rtalin
erd .-, h.i li ('. Stli ll Is l)la nltiff
at.d .\i. II. lhvls is de t le dant; al-o
i,1 t certainn cau. he rh nln I.. .lohr
& SoWns are plaintiffs and M1. It. I'avil
Is defendant. I. P. U. HRNms.v. a*
Sheriff of Alachua county. Florida.
have levied upon and will sell t.
fore the court house door, in Gaines-
ville. Alachua county. Florida. on the
5th day of July. A. D. 1')9. all the
following described iwrs.onal pro(p
erty, towit:
All that stock of dry goods. notion
and groeeres together with store
Axtareu and all other personal prop-
erty sow Ia the tore heretofore oc-
cupied by M. B Davis. at Hague.
Florida, together with all and sing a-
lar the rights, tle and Interest of
the sal M. B. Davis In and to the
aid goods, chattels and personal
pe operty.
bd property levied upon as the
property of the defendant, B.
Davir. and to be sold to satisfy said
executions and costs.
P. G. RAMSEY.
Sheril of Alachua County. Florida.
J. M. RIVERS.
B. A. THRASHER.
Pllntiffs' Attorneys.

MASTER'S. SALL


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THE I'ILY SU1: UAINVYOILL. FLORID.. JL'NK 11. 1909


DEsCPvPTtA\ OrI A'%'D.


Lots atid 7. It ::1. 1 N.a (i:!n, \ llle 4
ls 12. 1:1. II. It 4". ;Ill It .:t New
(Gainen\ ll,. .. 4
Lotx 1. 4. o ..iA It 1 1. l 1 *. **. *- ,. ,l i4
A (" T | 7 1 ,. 4
L ots 1 :'. I 0.i. A ,1 1 -. ... 4
( .: : i s I "*l .Sw (co"! *i .4 :;%4 al)(S
rni i n 1 -4 ft.. W f, 1:'1 ft.-
F. ;*.'.) ft to G o. 't),i. .\ L iitl.i ..
S O- .1 . .
l let,1. 1 R.1. 1 1. o l :>t k n t- in's
Addition ... .. .... .. ... .. 4
Lots 7 and 3. R. 1. R. 1. 'l1 4 ito.
ertron's Addition ..... ....... 4
L ot 4. It. I. 1 1. l ,i & l, s,,. .
Addition .. .. ..... 4
All 11. 6. KR. 1. Dosi & Hohert.on'; Ald-
ltilon ............ ............. 4
Lot 1:. HI. 4. R. 2. I)ut;: & I .h rt. on's
Addition ............ .......... 4
Lot :211 ft. F. and W. y 1.10 ft N.
and 8.. N of Lot1. I1. 4. K. 1. and
lot I ) ft. E. and W. by 134 ft. N.
and S.. north of W% of lot 2. D.I
". R .1. and lot same dlin'elons
N of W% ILt 1, r. i. R. 1. and
lot lS14 ft E. and W. by 100 ft N.
and 8.. N. of E% Lot 2. B4.R. 1,
)og A& Robertson's Addition ...... 4
Lot 10o ft E. and W. by 130 ft N. and
8.. corner of Goverumetet &ad Seu.i-
nary streets. Dolg & Robert-io: s
Addition ......... ................
Lot 2. G. B. Crawford's plat ........ 4
50 ft. N and 8. by 100 ft. E. and W.
In Nw. corner Lot 16. B. 4. R. 1.
Roper's Addition to Gainesville.... 4
Commence at Be. corner Lot I1. aid
run W. 50 ft. for beginning. and run
N. 106 ft.. W. 50 ft.. 8. 100 ft.. E.
t04 ft. to beginning. H. 4. R. 1.4
Roper's addition ........ .........
Commence at Ne. corner Lot 16. B. 4.
3. 1. Roper's Addition, run W. 50
ft. for beginning, and S. 1400 ft.. W.
5.0 ft.. B. 50 ft. to beginning ....... *
Lot 11. B. 3, R. 2. and Lot 5. B. 1. R.
3. Roper's Addition to Gainesville.. 4
Lots 10 and 12. H. 5. R. 2. Roper's Ad-
dition to Gainesville .............. 4
One lot In Marlah Harper's lot. Eat
Gainesville (King's Addition)...... 4
Commence 30 ft. 8. of G. 8. Voyle's
lot. E. G-inenville. run 8. 4 chains.
W. :. chains. N. 4 chains, and E. 5
chains--! acres .................. 4


9% following: commence 273 ft. S.
of Ne. corner.........
run S. 124) ft.. W. 414 ft. to 3. R.
and Ne. aloup, R. R. 13S ft. and E.
341 ft. to beginning. E. Gainetiville
Six acres as uIoscrit'sod in lheld Utook
Communt.tc.. atN.'. c rn .- if G. 14. ~
Fto'.I lt ft.toInitiatl poi nt c'run
A Illchaian.. E. Z1* hi~ii,. N. 14#
AIo com onmu iur IIc m N.- '.-ni. r AlII

id I it. .. -
14,1 ft: : ft..t%' s4r N 1. i



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4. 1iil'.. Fn N 1,41 ft .to I iS -1'A .I -
Ill; ft.. W I401# ft to 194 Jul11ll
Ite 2I .l tIl N 1,' 1 .

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N piItt.i: 1Ia t

19*9* Ui o ', it N 4", 9. 4 1* I' ll- 1,~
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1 o 2. 1 t 4 1it 19.1 4 iif )l4:.siri .


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NAME OF OWNER


2",


R 1) Murray....


1) 2o R. Angellnn ....


.RF54 o ( ..
it. 1). M.urta
I nnk.o...


10 240 Unknown.......
t1 20 J. V. Overtrsetr
10 24 W. 8. Broome...
10 20 D. 1. Fitts ......
10 20 D. R. itts ......
10 20 J. H. Stovall....


10 20 Unknown......


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


10 20 J. A. Wllams...


10 20 LoA 8.- tephens


** .. Wm. Iewis .....
10 20 HullA Cummigs

10 20 Unknown .......

10 20 Prank Harper ...


A0 20 Heirs of R. H.
itmpcoe ......


4 10 20


4 10 20 SMrs. Sallie Will-
iam s ..........
4 10 2, WniV. Canty .....


4 10 2,


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4 141 .1 F ItiartIe.4.AII


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MTOTIOEM
IClintlnued rou 1'.Pe SI%.)


c;
DESCRIPTION OF LAND


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3.27
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3771
3 79
8.31
3.27


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5.t27











2.91


2.31


4.53

2.01



2.91




2.98
5.79


Lot 21.
Lots 14
lAt 42.
1LAt 109.
lot *4.
IA)t .*'.
Lot .17.
ot 44.
Lot 47.


Porter's Addition Sw%4......
and I Millh rs Addition.....
Miller's Addition ...........
Pofter a Addition S4 % ......
Porter's Addition Sw' ......
I' ,tir's Addition Sw4 ......
I rter's Addition 8w14 ......
Porter's Additlou 8w% ......
Porter's Addition Sw % ......


Lot !S, Porter's Addition Sw% ......
Lot 90. Porter's Addition 8w% ......
North part B. 1. R. 1. 310 ft. B. and
W.. by 210 ft. N. and 8.. .oss Ad-
dition ........... ................
Sw'%. B. 1. 1. B% of Nw% L. .,
R. 1, Goss Add1it ...............
Lot 4. B. 1. R. 4. Goes Addition......
W% B. 2. R. 6. Goe Addition to
Ganlne ville ...... .... .. .......
B. 2. a. G Ooes Addittk ..........
8% B. 2 R. 6, gOos Addlk........
Lot 1, Oows 8eeeod Addi to. Iss lot
100 ft by 200 ft In Nw. aoer.....
0 ft off of N. nd Lot 86 GOes See
oed Ad4dlos .....................
Lot 210 ft by 210 ft. Lot 12 Goa Se-
ond Addtts ....................
Lot 36. VeWtcb AddiUt ............
Lt 14 and part Ilat 1, 2. 2, 4 ad 5
17 and 18. Veteb AddUto ........
Oe lot 20ft. squar, bounded e. by
Ida B. SBrett, S. by tephems, al.
so oanmr mem 418 ft. of So.
corner Barnett's ot and r along
Burnett's in 2e 2 ft., taee S 41
degree, E. e ft., N. 48 degrees,
E. 209t t.; also comminesag where
See. U er eses Sweetwater
breach. run 8. 8 ft.. N. 41 degrees.
W. 403 ft., thece atseo branch to
beginati ............ ...........
Put % of Nw% of N% a nd W%
of Nw% of NJ% ................
Lats 1, 7. 9. 10, 22. 22, S. tI B. "B,"
W% B. 5. Browa's Addittl to
Galneevill ........ ..............
10 acre boarded N. by S. A. n R. R..
E. by BMdward', in Nw, e er....
One ot tI N% ...................
Commence at No. coner N. Grove
and W. Col-ble streets. nm
115% ft., 4ft., W. 115% ft.. N.
4 ft. to begbthnlng, 24 Btrsh's
Addition ......... ...............
Commence at Ne. corner crossing W.
Columbia and N. Arredoado streets.
rn'n R. 115u ft.. N. 64 ft.. W. 115%
ft. and 8. 6 ft. to beginning., 24,
Brush's Addition .................


NAME O O OWNER.


5 10t 20 Mr. Luna Avern
10 20 Unknown .......
S 10 2t Unknown .......
S1, 20 Henry Joes ...
S10t 20 Lunr nc McCray
S10to .20 Lee (Gih .....
) 20 8usie llarrisoa..
6 10 t2 Elijah Snell ....
- 1020 Isaac Brown ....
6 14t 2 Ros Murphy....
S10 20 L wls Grifi ...
S10 20 Anna Jekls ...
5 10 20 Ornd Uatoe Bae-
St Society ....
S10 20L H. McKrim-
lwer.........
5 10 20 Fraak McKrIm-
Inger ...........
* 10 L0
* 10 20 LAcy krov ....


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9 10 20


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to the public generally, is our connec- meant and in thetr methods of epr
tion with the extensive long distance ating
lines of the American Telephone and Only by rtaseo of this siu troee
Telegraph Co'npany and the ether as- arrangement between the Sell Tee
oocited 8ell Telephene eompanies. phone cmpanle is it peasbiole Is e to
We own thousund of miles of long a *ell Telephene llmeet anywhere,
distance lines in the seven states in ask for "Leog Otanse" and be put is
which we operate and in addition can communicatien with almeet any palo
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines setendeng to any other city This vaet network of wires, radtl
In which a Sell Telephone system Is ing throughout the nation, lo esed
operated. daily In commerce and for seelas pu
These long disetase *.. ro are of the posse by the banker, the farmer and
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lbs A. T. K88ay of PmirM Creek
va ft In tMe tym estertay.
A im. I I of U s.a
ems mm ub ourt hre yterday

S. t m. loss. member of the
ioS ltWor Cpamay. has gon*e
wo J tYle for a short busiver--

M. W Hogan. the opuil)eIr agent for
the Saboard at Waldo. 'iae m*tnlas
bIs sumerom OlGalevtle fricad )yes-
bord-.
A. R. Harpr of Jackoaville ar
rved in the ey yesterday to look
Olter Mbs blotets here for the next
fr days.
Water Trwer of Mieopy. who
has bees nhO hdr e fpe days
adead m068M retured to his home


ron i I Fllir "phems of-*
-e. e e to WsMaea o fa
setivis..


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to Orn. St yresKterrw $r to




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Wi u M Whal,
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Amg t etin DitlAinb Ce& e
Ms ot. u at LatsIAnd tih
0"Sam&In aMsieng the cis Hto

$Va L CIn O dn of -- P te.-
fe lhave bows hee ving th
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g v0s6y hr a soht avit to

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to In thi sasiesam d thesfarh-

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wins ubf tp t of
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Orlande. who
pist of MtI
to ipt toe
West Uberty


street. a returd to her home,
mee to h regret of a large circle
of trt Mem whom ahe made whle here.
The regular business meeting of
Kirby Sith Chapter. I'. D. C..
whIeh sa deferred from last week.
will be ld at theb hom of the presil
dit. Mrs. H. II. ~IcCrery. this at
teraon at 4:30 o'clock. A full at
tand-a of members is e~lpriall)

J. I. Pte retwrad yesterday from
Soth MFloda where be hs been for
te past two weeks looking after his
orange grove property. He also at
g ad the meeUtta of the orange
aworaes' asaocation l Tampsa ad
stae that there was a large attend-
ao- frm all rts of the Itate


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PALATKA ARTISTt AT THN SAIRD
il ml --
Mrs eow" Sem KaRe A and a idm
Lees"0 1ek seed.
The -foorth pefornan.u a .'" '
the New. Rtrd Thei:trt Liet ~ niin-
fortlhb he et of tbe Oak hIall I,:*t
halt club was wltne-e .t t, on (,f th.
larglet bMon.C tr I', *. t''l e,!,lr,'
tbh eCllre o~ltk. J i. .aik- I t'
plr endid l,'l. 'I to v ti *r.
aplSaum> from tl..* Ti :. '.* i
Mrs. KalhO.Id. sho kindly ri
sented to anlpt t'w, to' In ralsiln
ubde*. aPl'*arfd fir I'.* .r'c**llm time
.and It was soon ,-n that :-.he as
no amateur and had Ino forgottep her
old Irofgpfsa It standing before th.
footlight. 8be ha. a remarkbhli
strooe vokce aad can Oe It in a sof
and pleasant manner. She has onlI
recently waed mlany lattering offer
of agals eCtering the profession and
Patlta las tortunate t having suec
material at had tat could be com-
manded so eaily for beneft oc

Mlm Irew Leeks i ker Illustrated
esi wau aoe p nuing. he hU a
Isweet, aot ie. l md her song wa
h y arecad, whNe the Leaing
Lvomme. the vaivle feature oftke
peIfrt ,m h methilsg that all
abodM be proud of aad give their
earsy upport.
l addltles to thee members tbere
ar tLh reel dof mortar pctarm
rnm eah Dit, adl you et th bese-
a of a irstclms performance. all
tr the very ma sum ef IS eats.
lvrre w ll am f' the roof of the
t e ths arerMm at 'd cock.


Cards are ot amrousel the ap-
rftemiug marriage of Mta Besale
May. damlhter of Dr. and Mrs. J I..
elley. to WM. Harey Roblason Wil-
ars. Oa June 2rd, at the First
Baptit church. this city. at 7:30
o'clock a. Ia.
Prlads of the y ma coup are cor-
daly itvited to attend te ceremonies.

Keep r oW the wat ads.
There may be smithing adve~ried
hKue iof iters t o ro ws
M. Vemabe. the Arcer Crate
ad Basket Company, as here yes-
terday looking after sore bualse
maUTer.
Mrs. 0oe. Praak of Jacksaoville ha
bees to te city for the past several
days the guest of her mother. Mrs.
J. M. Brooks, &st Galnevillk-.
Hor. Pred Cubberly of Cedar Ke)
Is amagW t.e ialoims tou Galnesville.
Hle state that much Improvement is
mow Noticeable hl Cedar Key.
Mrs. J. M. Alvare of Starke, corm-
epundin g ecnrtary of thlw State I-i-
vialem. U. D. C., is la the city. the
oguet of Mrs. T. It. Btringrelkw.
Rev. T. P. Hlay of the Prebyte-rict
church will ill the pulpit forth goodI
People of North Galne'stille this even-
ang at b o'luck in the hall li that
suLurb.
Mrny of our cltlzens are drifting
towardsa irtlht's ditrase- by neglct-
la symptom, of. kiduey and bladder.
trouble which Foley)a Kiducy Remn.
edy will quickly cure. J W. Mc(Col
lum & Co.
lr Tho. Mt luld. oun uf the Ilronml
ne-lt c(itiellns f .Ne b-wrry. was* a
vlsltor to the county capital )e.ter'
4ay. 11iel tates hat although the-
have- had siOrl- good rain.. his see(-
lion 1) vern dri.
Foley's hone) and Tar I. eapeclally
recoanmended for chronic throat and
lunz troubles and many sufferers from
bruachltl,. asthma and c-onuumnption
have found coaifort and relief, by us
la Puley 'Hoey and Tar. .I.W. lc
Colle m Co.
A called mrstlng of the Mildred L .<
chapterr I'. U. (', will be held at


the reidence of oMrs J I) trlua-
fellou this afternoon at 4 o cli*k
Thbi. l lther rr-eulr lIi.urltal Itur*-
!~K. whlch waSr iladiourtird frton lit-t
IFrlda. land & fIti1 .ll atll.te ii i.- d .r
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POR RMT.
FOR RCENT-Oe six-room and two
Av room cottages in South Galnes
vite. Apply to Coffin Factory office.
FOR RENT-New 6-room cottage.all
modern convenlences; 20 E. Court
street Apply 8. A. Ledbetter. Jes-
se French Piano Store.

FOR RENT nvewoom cottage oo
block ext to square; city water,
electric lights. bath room and all
modern covemeaces. Apply at tUh


FOR SALL
VOR BALE-New six-room two-tor)
hbase within two blocks of square
Apply 407 W. Masoali street.
POR SALE-400-acre farm and timber
lands. twelve miles from Galaesville
and four iules from the railroad.
A bargain. M. R. Saunderr.

MEDICAL.
QUICK RESTORATIVE for lost man
bood. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded; 60c per bottle
SoM by W. M. Johkaoe

Will Resume Operations.
L. 1H1. house of Wilcox sa,, among
the ijteltors to the 'cty Thursday. lit;
*ti.les th.t thel WVilorx TurlentineI
CoaliaYin will again stai their Inii
nwiu. c Ipla t ii t ot.cra tioiu roeatia e'
during the' oriiLi, e'er k. A great
Ianvy rt.palra h at lt~'-i made to the'
,i!a. hiluery during the htit dl e .ii an It
lar. all now Lb-'tu te-t.-d Atlld i ready
to run a:nld gi en.i-l n:; to :t,
Ilge u nunithr of Dniei TThe make all
'if tMli r ,Trodut t front the d'ead Ilin|i.
iiin 'adlixa old a-liitist I that (an Ibe dugi

Accommodations Desired.
Thie Teacher.' Huniumir Trainingl
School will tob taught thil p.ar in the-
Iligh School building, a?. he rolufore-
All lronnsot having roomin to rent.
tr .h' h will ttk- boarders for the.
isx aekls begKinniux Julaie :ilth, %ill
piea' co(liniunkiaile* sith Major W
1. Flo)d. gtlliing a.iilw-r that can U IN
acco'rmilav"da-d. to rnm- Ir aL .k and
other Iarticular-


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8 liargyur'eswo rearimiml toy M4 i~c
KfTt (X)H K(wthr Oreat onat kl mk hor-
Maker. Will se a k'o in ? minut-..
Ilui*e you asat- fuee of elar ieA 11'sPat-
iuectou'y. so!" sw
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The 3read, Pte and Cake you
eat sahoMd bem attrou. Th
Iset our., mlxed with pure
rick mlk and baked la the
"purnty fashion make our
goods th most delicious it is
possible to prouce.


KIYSTONS BAKNRY
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TO NEWBERRY


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Automobile leave il er & V'la's daily
except S unp at 8:3 Ia.. Iseturnio,
.ew. N-w*berry at 2.:Io p. n. A CO)N-
VENIENT and TIME SAV 'IN ROUTE.

Fare $1.50


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At Mrs. McCormick's Millinery Par-
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quare, Gainesville, Florida.

A comaivice and tbnroagL eoursc of imtrun-
tbs an the Art idU-lUmre Fv n inJig w wll be
1aeaeth by s McCormlik who I a wraduato
In lUltdery Art ireoI~srtv Coura runs from
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