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 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01696
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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ECTATORS Va0.: WHEN


THE FIGURESWA GIVEN


Iiti Mrs3 for Slk StKk ts i $1,M0

hrSL Sm TMc M to I. MLKiL


Mbill il) .tilt). hailn *
NT YORmHm m, ) tncl, \ o.- rItn
mrei1 to he a ha cmcii *t ete %t
r-ht a reh'tcuh froVv Stm (l<(|ir.' ('4>utt
,ttre r liW line n hon i h.lrirni her
-mt few *spartloia sailnil he lu
6MdL Howard t;lnM
Aa suwrtai al *as l tie ite -*'
aalwlr at tlime. wh.. did inrt fa1 t1o
he adCanltae. o1f that Itr? -qe"
Tbes ocrcsion ta ire offered 4tne,.
de apollt ld for her inabhlli tor
all whether certain re taurant checks
wve hr a or mot, siylan that he. was
gtlM sted In knowlaml 'how her hum
baid &pest his mHney." and lgain
lhen she could not tell wh4i1thr a
diamead pendant valued at $1l.tas
iad bea boalht by her. or her hu.
bmd "for another" lil*ane. Nw.o;t
Mr. Gould's counsel. Irotelsvtd cior
el) against thin Inltnuatkem andt
Jetire I|owling. *lih Msnim ae.l;c'rit.
tderetvd it etrriken from trhe iecor I
The amounts of a-.orted J)t- 1-.
lalloti'. curto'lver*' andi lH t imaL'r-
bille continue to make' the p. .It ia
altitted to bhe court r.xmv) *asp ani
tare. The articles ,purcham -1 l I. lu4l
4e the earl roe shi h the wllne.,
wee yesterday. Ilrted at $7a.M>n: a
diamond penidant at $1 a*'d. a di..
Iaid chain at 12!.om 4. a dianmin,.
diadem at $4.'M. an'a n ..i': I ir.e rti :


1 4 *... 4. l, I. 1. f, t tl na r ..*
.*rth ,of -ilk Mkgtr %' ItIo o
.' I *.'' l r o**( Hers l i i I ..m
ariston lit I tn l l I I', n l ilt.* V- r*,
mardserd at a Ine st of $* ..u 7
Mrs* i M 4l.h l. id4-1111 1 1'A411,'lT whih'
Ia0 e"d l 1-r1'w' 1i ,nt I ( for th I
-It'. H ani dated No 2.3. o1;..
and ass addreaewd to Mr Phearn It
went on to sav that Mrs (1.Mit hlad
run up $1.773.61 worth of bills In
that )ear Not tee was Rivel that re
*ISialhblltty for thee hills would nlt
be con llnued h) the defeindlat The
alimony allowamne of $2.0ooO was toi
be leld to Mr. Gould In monthl)
In tallnienls.
With UiRa l *ll.
Ihalanry Nicoll queWtioned Mrs
i;ould about the llue Gap farm near
I. nchhurg and the litnes- aid she
raid $3.4.MtI for It. After Mrs Gould
had told what she had taken from (as.
Il (Gould to the I..lncbburl farm. iMr
Nicoll asked thel witness her age. but
the i turit *xcuried her fronm answer-
.na that or from telling where hbe
. as brt
Mr Nicoll ah-ked the witness If she
had r'er traveled lth a Wild West
show Mrs (koulid rep,.lhd that she
had tra;ile-d oncer. with Mia Ada
('"Cwl nd haid nac ompanled th.e how
to Natils. Hom. Reand other Kuropean


SANIlARIUN NOTES iO FORECLOSURE FOR


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IVr I'arn"ll f ioIFt i hllte 4 a
alsttew to the saiiarium Tlhurlda
1ie remarked that IthI l ut kh
swend to ut hate ter facility fewr (th
*aucrr ful tr.at-(n'nt of both nwillral
and surgical direassi
Mrs Susan Ilrdley. the head nurse.
look a dav I Thursday andil Juloed a
l~anv of friends for a flvyng trial to
WH'rhlngton tfl|rtarig Mle Grwea,
had charge ddritn her absmew.
Mrs H A Ialle of ('oapvtlll. who
came suff tring evl vrl from the .f
frets of a fall whk'h fractured # of
the hlanne of her hip. tI Improvlg
ra(ldli
.1 H I)es s. a Irominmlem aI pop-
lar elitten of C(amppille. has been In
the Manltartum during the plat week
ulfferlng with an attack of acute a|l
Iedndicltls. He Is now mnuch etiter
and ls thought to be entirely out of
,'alti'er
The nanttarlum ex|resir s i t t hanks
to Mrs. J. 0. Nichols for the domatlom.
of one dozen sheets and one doses pll
low-caies. both of fine quality. which
arrived by express from the summer
hirne (f Col and Mrs.. Nichole at
IIr en llarlNr. Mass.. a few day, tlcer.


exas Tornado Sends t

(i ,r l aad.. I, t .r c a.
Eleven to Their Graves '

I ; ;l :11' .. r r -r i', i< ,-' i1 tile' t i
I'ALLA Junl.Texa*.. SJu I ~ li.at Ilo iaK i*' ll 'iao 41 >nl .I Mrl r. i l \' ,, Y .k .i t oi
det'- iatche.- to The- A-e I.i tle It Irra t. ;lKAd I tome-n. 1 idhd of rigNt a.i,,.; M s Gl, d tI she aof. it l at,
lt \ tI ler-.. eo is are til l .il N-\ .I'm l. td l>. J. i- a' T 4, I ,,', ol, itolo ill l. r r. iiikt ith1. ft'r lunc-h
mit t. or i s. rno., ,t i. i .1 .A tl' hr,., v eI. klld i a.4 l oi ea ., r-, ,' .i t ( uhn ,e r a ,l I ,s lu ntin far
I il t i s i t l OI .e i I, t a v ti l e' II, I li.l.t ln ll w itl het
( t:1h1, oi a ... u. .i.t k Ii t .t te ,I
I, :a h. d; ii et I kelt i r- i .1. e t r lar
the ltormt. ua- a. et e .u.a...I *. ... .. mr1'1', T iior de'-tr' I t, : a d r Io at (;.lou l in l h fill of
h1 .. ail. .a... .. 11to a ,, .. .. .. .... e. i.lo*e T hl hal :et.,. a te a re.,..
Ia l .I lar- sorillh af .i l.. I .. .,r '..,r i r. tr a K.III-.% ('11.. :, ut,. ( l ltl h i .Mr.- ( uld a.4 ridlnng
*I 'tl ai- :t eI tl r>, ltl r.tr in %a 1. 1,l. ,*i.io. ld ith a truci-k so ,,me- r lcc e
The dead near iHask.ll. Tl ;a- N11, I. .1mI .a Iilldge *. r i lle,. IIr.ai.. r'te.r i ll ,,. .* Ne, Y4Vik asnd Jamatia-; lIe ph10
R. 8 Middletou and Infant. Tnil MIli .1.Ai 1: S ialonla a ta\i., x al- o et.tio s Mrs .uld said she
hdeton. N years. J .o l ,lhtiil...n I i n .:i .ia- killed and .llev on e r ,.r.mia. dh iti ot Kt to a road tO-.l' Ai d hatle
)i'li \ Il Middhtltl llo. I' t ear a.re i.ior, otr l.-** ladl) hurt sI|,,* r wllh .Mr 'arauus aflltr the col
Vhieoi. 0iBat after ansiti"g t"aitlI (kuald
Stli l tl'lpe'd at a road haou.e- In the
\'natlodrlhilt cml ru cor--e anld lhad solme'
Viv I of "Black Ha refr,.shni.iat. brought out to them,.
but did not enter the house
Mr Gould said she could not re-

Wrapped in Brown Paper drin th" but declared that it
not hal it lee unusual With Mr
'aruuni. Mrs (itld said. she return
ed to the -Wt HRells lHte)l about II
NE W YORK. JIuia I1 The' dlp.uiaen him 6 cents to iatch theu till bI o'clwk lthat aiilat ad Mr Vlrnuas a'r
be r.el IoHI) of a miasin *Ith th' t-i.ad ca"' t 'ack The bundles we.r-r taken s. im'llOmlad her to her aplprtn u ta four
11. HiL, W aiet ls and I h1 ill., h're. It th* I l*ar't station bousr a If. a nlitulei. and Ihe.-i aent to hits
Thu rada igi aa t 11 d ii rl lp IiOthe ara ihie llla a i ti-oit ineo rmsru s.
T hur la d l IIII I I ,, ,Il l 'e, .-I 1d '( 1
tti btUilit reel ill mii | mthlle igh o i,
lak bul' i I i' a llack l OLD UILDOINGI REMOVED.
blat k 4 oiled t Ihll IT h to mil. ha14il Th'le-r' a e ra t li ," a4 ,hib aueuild ItI
b4>'lii l,'fl In ill*" 'h l .1 i lill hl. rln0" l >r Ihr I,- I M1I ll, f (ll h .
bee 1e'ft ilm t a ait,. *'I 4. i a tII lIt'-loe 1a eat Iiinck Wo ~k Wr ll Commence on New
b I)) h a str.amoIgelK i io, i li. t'al ill uiildi h.s-a tth .-i f f.ital


uusodii waenWee .ieat Wee.


SEABOAD AIR LNE


vifie Iin T4 hm L kii hd
cdvhhuimbwut


NFW %04k tlm.rIt t'u4vitvt- q
"at e 'U~rrtl the di.efdWoon e4 e oOA
l..aaroe Air lne. Kaueac 1'umpenW I To
*a'i'.r-1ip anu se la here 'estetft
Ihcegb o nec aceh'ial ost tatr nt wa is
twiedi. it *as larne ~ Cthat te pe
-vorgaml aatl neneltl" k had mM
111dl 11`10"'SVlagr8d"44 U a &PUS
I rvgwnrwimlumtk ls ahich fmwtcrwke
1a t lee' i' 'toe'rt% 6is. t W' I, 8%% "c l ied mu
the' sciLtiug Grst mmgot~ 4 per e
1lew. awill remain uudtcrrhed.I
Nt1tti lt I,#I v)E ,WThe rcwhov'cse' vre
tlolcee atid esther imm.at oN, --
iloine wil %raIIIoised by the lome ae.
male of income' bmond It Is export
that the' rvemeantaatk's wilt bpeo.6
faed without arn..mbg either th


g'-*tr~te~d V* romomobgm IN
pleased e to e vWoinws qoW
.% eiaInie t. Do"* ot#o w* w #A
owe. whmed sam a a w to be
.4.ONtirk ahe I med IoEkm
jeown 1. oft III"~~rl~ I
- Iy 1, IA ms ---- m" tsoW
02304d Bay d" n Ite 5gas


AMhe PbsaftpuWOMontgf
As &owhobs .1 thwevto W
tha 600 ren" a bwrft llb


afterlowd the %b
Amlrk u-"bd ehe --r
ft these det a ft
sad limbweeka I oft~


Georia Legslator


Expect Prfo.


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ATLANTA. June 1t. HoI J. Ian. meW witA tIbe e te bi L -I
Jolph Anderten of Savasahb. oeaof stand jumst m It
Chatham's new member of the Le .I The Chubs oap a rmG d
lature. spent yesterday iL Atlanta not believe tuha the -1-M 1 r
DIsrussla the prospect of prolhisiton beer*' pMle M 1 WM I rft Iy
legsltatlon at the' rctttll Nerslo. he krtl elta m ethefr.
said: CLesermg other mosaes e L
*I do not asatltepale that the prMH ties Mr. Ande-a-- --eseea th
Ilftio qunr *loa ill be agitated mat that miwh Waid d.... N. IL
the unintlmer waeetkn of the Leletlarht re r A-rmmesdatel f 6l a1 Igiga
I Irlttl c thr dllferent facrtio or cle tI 1,


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Man Disappeared In 1902;



Re&d Body Just Found

C'i.; \' TTi:. N t June 12 -Tk. hhl lrwuall c f eA a wmr and i
!* .d I, :!. ,*( I: \. Mnior*'. bro dL. the. samw spot Ith am t day, but.
aplleared mIlseriousl) thv albht of clte to the( hebad 3r y tseem t
%l.4y 1.. 1.,*<*. as unearthetl y-.ter the lutaig mIs Uwas la M lrth
la) hb seorkanL vli c.alatluci fur a .oeterday T hei swr emeMlMn gs
wvuerr watnsln Lu IsliuMorth. a suburb. l o 1 at (I tiew sad the pke4 thih
tMoore quarreled aitb a strAua..r ai th.at he- near havre falli m e Rbt
t1..L fair grounds the, ldht vi :4..' i. 'ittl atl d elie Ift a tW16 med
a4,lNaranc- and wasu sppo d toeIwo children and the nrcMae mow
hat- *e it n itrderd t' the bnrv i'tt l *i r i e v tv t- n. rt tf**tl.v L



Condemned Man Fought


Desperately on Scafold


FLOREUVILLJK Te.. Juuta 1 -I- te mpted to adjI t the brk er Tth
lu ass a aaapon a metal apua. sharp 'iade. however. wS 4daetedl henm it
adIi.d to* k n e'dlge. Hltful-k Jaolrsque. | t b a a th* and inst
s eeaulemd to .hanl for criminal as ? 01ivt w*s*udir ue il ,h
,aull u,.,n a l..) ear4ld girl. folb(t beetnen was wa wh t. a
nwreeew" we prnme ded wKh, a
, Iprmst. h lon the platforlem ofe the rather of the Iwoeded elwic acOtil
-*alfold Iti prt't'Lut there earlulolun. and 1s hil stad
*e'de I i ista.hobinl Sberif William Tbe pif hPi ii Iat abIswa.,e
a i otl ...r t he heart ahen he at its the ond


Former Gaine!


Smashed Fi


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IMill b trl* 10 .lll iflo i '* 0' ."
nm ah ul a ItisaI Ili lu liit Jit-kt i-
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4I I. 1 O a 0ld (e eIalego 1 111 41111 4 14 aI 1a
"i... I.. I ,lo. .t 's o if 1 r |li 8 A 'at- il h
sville Man
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,I I h it> II \I." t i ,i I fIII h in
hI >l l k a ll 6ur li II h H-o lalltIs(-n I
'a. tilh l.iiMral tat kitl i.uni le sd Jot.I lh w e.* k I #t m ial Ire- l.ti a ill I. io1ered
is it. 1 I ori ri | o >r rl lIo t of I Ilalh t ll 'il fI 1 %11 1 b I tIriI k ei o 1 al ofIrt si ot ft
lI ll ft 4 I '1 1 fll,-i uffl r s ill -i ,1h,1 Ih. ,.ws-e r l.wI .I lloal Ilhe-) h t
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Sewing Machine Agent Is


Dead From Shot in Tem*l

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at Indfi1"an. m St.Auguaftme.
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at wo o JORDAN & COMPANY
Lowu tobi tha peturw. wveo tho e
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S S ... ..>^ .o1 ..Fire. Life and Accident '".
tha emaom pre Wm. Large tribes
of h4ims.. lltIa crdets sad ead of M
amt drid body o mf outasw or
Wos Ptilat alN themw o to show tb
vfts @ete that have oeeupie t. ---,. yR ma.-
Amm.tlme at time. sad who now r-
ihearM tbhm magtStemt pyrotechaic
dispy. hearty. Notlie Ir the pie AGENCY
tawres yr freed. perhaps yourself DonRt b miakle, r none alr
0 thk Grdn Illlmluated parade ona -o pgoodi a this. BuT
the straits by day aad the hay by
*rt. *which Is. up b, r the. ll- REPAIR WORK AND SUPPIIES
taMly lilumisated launched. whkch *will
be w Itn th liturs Tbhe rie MaK Sft" .b* F,
4r ** atr' uradi, Il.-t hb. i hr .. the ra .


BM b -04 WI-*,- I1o1 t 't a- lbj~% 4
smc Of the gr% t f-t d-14vtais to I
in tb.- da4 -u4uie. while .1a
nit ltbe' samie n'umrtkw heuati firort .
I I *'" f the ff&tILa it-ftorl. 4A i.
a thi.Ib F, rttr- r t Mairt
Ir:.r tiisd ti,% thh e .Lnd f..r..-
I ii 1 i .'h ii


I :a': Vi I. *ll~ aas


The *Dayight Omprttment Store.
T I -, ; W Ie Ild. L a% -' % I
IMW' ad tIn Iw".;I *-J. of It'. -1
Io %% itt h :%I;Irm-auuiw. itt c% ~, ii'.
qm" tye h..%el g b t .. rAt I

oo m a% and Tu.-da' amill Ti!
mst n.roit- 1; -Ill*Ut ofut 't uit dI A !dla
'. alta q tt .an h '1 artIl at i
Th, % ha~v adopted thi. ilat fm inh.
P.a.- %t. "I ral w ks of ta..' ad~crto- hg
all o( ihtir %po-ci gait ftr or r bIrI.a II
da)- but rather di.llaeimni thq.ni aii


: ke-ir r%-SIM ,tit%, t14-arime-iii aaiA tib ,
,I&%.' hal. 'brt)%*at blce-r1 lct1fl l as
vu -It Vl I, r I hA% I. t-%-Rn ovut % bir I


it"A.. ad Iwsicht lI
11-ml-follo offerinoti
I bun I 1111.5 o 'N'Inat
th. .tgtcn Iircpnilt- e
"be'


AII Tti, *4A'
vIIa %aIus for


C-AftDoi i, -THAT IIADACHC.-
()OIt last n )t" eItadache' and ut r%
mse this 5otililils iiW- ('aIdItAt
sut Ith :thing to ft )ou for bu.ancta
Clew s t e had braces lb. me:rl
rtl It.At dru g sturv

LAI a went ad meo1stt.t a trade
kw ua-s s woe-thnl you dot so"d
bO momthImss You do


Lr's nair Vigor
Isai l~borrfurwf
w lwmps t)w. rIit.
L35 ~ 5- AtW.I~f r~h:\ rrr b \
Sb. h~ .* ~ *~&.


I"KEEl' YOURI



WeAreS

A O'N I'LE. oF "I'1
I'.) CRE FARM. o. a, 't- Irria:A?
vtc. g zmi. 419,111 froil ttria4 lao .0%i le.

A 1! 1. 1 I ; I alve j* 14) wrr


a. LARTIGUE
3PPboorcx


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t EYES SKINNED"


selling


now


rl el*tn~i $11 1m41 Ur ;':tl. ill*'$;.

ro switt '! -14ry -rrbImmh i~ .. 4


& WEINBERG
> No. 374


S. .


AN ATTEMPT at DRAWING

ldlur attention to your own interests may fail, but we
f..l a if lIad dlon,. our duty in trying to draw it.
l'oui't nitgiet your o\ n
SI..-t itlr '-t s by ,It vi,'

,, iv iin uranc. '"

t lh triluh involvedI --,,
,B'i i .^lig l t 11 ltt Ithleire 1 1 \ni| fi -
c ,is for .-tch (.rilillal
Sngl,~.t 'W eliminlat,
Sthl trotullte whlit' OL Ill

S U IMA Atre through u~s.


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f k Posian: '

Lim THE
TliS *tni' t -t .


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f L'r

f~eg for INica I


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3(ti-inch all-pure L.in,,n
in tan. lhlui. grt&n.
pink and hlck ptripj-,
especially adapted for
Suitings -- 3:e values
Monday an. Tuesday
at, the yard ...... Ift


G.


W.


HYDE


C


C' nc \' IGH' DEPI _DFPARTI11'T STORF


\,' 2..... .'." 1 I f ~ r- 'K r MSi S ll<. Rati^ NI. ii',1
I .,. I)otted SwiN,--. P s[I lan
Va::;:es, etc. These are all beati-
tit'!; tub fabrics in a large assort-
me.iA o! colors an:d ;"tr.'ns. They
are worth up to 39c-for Mon-
day and Tuesday

19c the Yard


Li
i\ st \i .1
5'' -, -'* e tIS'


- ~ ~ )1l~t ~? \rnld Slko


SlN-;. S Vios \lode. etc.


These are the season's best fab-


rics for dressy gowns.


They are


worth up to 59c-for Monday

and Tuesday


25c the Yard


U -
m


~~e~ ,I 1 9 -- fe
M5?. Tlw r.6r


U". eli~e

n-23.,~


Lin
U-
27-inch natural all purin
L.in-.:; gmOd. heavy
weight: 2w value.
special for Monday and
T'uew*ay o.ily. pr
yarni ........ I


Ldes' Vests
I I dozen Ladies' Swiss Ribbed \Vetst, full
sized, neatly taped; yoke and shoulder
straps 15e value. Special for Monday and
Tuesday, each ........................ Ifl
IpU sl m i- Fm 1kw bi1 lB .
laduding ImportWl Persia LawnI 45 inches wiele, Import,,!
Fmeb Lawn 4w inches% wide, Imported Primn Batiste 4?*
ihem wide, Importrd Wash Chifonm 4 inela wide. elPegnt
utmmm, Sheer Nai.sooks, Imported Dimitiue TIM' btaati-
It fabri arse worth 30, 3.-, 40 and 50e. You Imy them choice
Ir 1t on Monday and Tereday. This is the mot important
sale of Floe White (tool e* r giwn in the footh.
Spmld hi riF WlLm Wh hiip
3; inchew wide, worth 12 1-2, 15 &id l ho--cbefr I tModlay
and Tuwlay' wl!ing lb0 the yard.
Sp~cia air Fine Linen Suitingr in medium and lighlt-weiliht
AIl-inen whit and mair.to ill 40 to 50tr-Mooday and
Tuew la tIly an' on sale at U.


Speal E


We have just received l,tO) pi-ce n
broidleriee and they go on Ile Mon,
Tuesday-
.0 pec.s Beautifuil All-(vere. worth $2 yirtl at
s.o piecr c, t itinAl All-h)rre, wortlh $1 .0 yarl. at
.'t piec- Imutiful AllI-(trr wwrth $1 yard. at
. piro. Fine- All-O-wr., worth ."i- yarI, at


Sale!


ew E1.
day and

tt
le
31.


SON" lokw WaW Fr ts
The mop c~pgat s motia wat ~ever hown in (iain.-rilh'.
S! W haflt t Ua W I..w WaistFront at ;&r
Ttew beautiful -alur, will he a reelation to Gaint-villp shop.
ppre. *we them early ePad& day.
We' feer 1.00)0 jikv" new Eimlinreerw on Mon-lay and Ture
lay at kmm than half their value. 1 o at 12 1-2c zaawofiry
at &r. 1 anal s &l'4ice21'rrim at IC I i a&Ml bk- Em
upriaesri at IS.- :.35 asl -Vi Faaaitierrioens at 19.c 4A sd
-iVA nstEbk'rie..a at tUi.


khmli


The most approved Summer Silk; 'tie the
mame weave a a Rajah. but lighter weil t;
washes beautifully; pre Silk. All the wast
ed ltades. <(.: values Monday and Tued
for ..... .. .... ....... .. .. ...


22-inch all-pure Wash Silk, in all the dwsed
sihad. P. This i a special offering of the moa
seaunable goods. 40e valuta Moady ad
Tue *day .... ....... ......** ....*


_r ehme S P. .


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NENAT TH CHURCH TODAY. NKIRBY SMITH CHAPTER.
LAKE NEWNAN WiLl AT THE CHURCHES TODAv. NEWS OF CIAY AND "'"*v -tO EMAPW
OVE POPU P CE Dvine Servic Will Held at All COUN LarY Can d iath*mwasic 1etng Pr$.
R U r Places of Wrhip. day Afterea.
SServices will be obawrved at the -- The regular monthly buasiseau Ieet
1D.VIS AND GRAHAM PLACE NAP- ". s al lre.. t. tt lses Susie and Jenue Lee and ing of Krb. Smuth Chapter. D. t..
o r i a we which as, held at the rsidence of
THA LAUNCH ON WATERS. Fiist lPreshyterian Church. Rev. T. n running all of Old To ee r.idt rda aftrnoo. wa
.a*ongi the shoplpers vlisiti Galies-
1- I'. lia.-.Morning service 10:30; sub- aal the ),larh.itI uiiitl idnd :-nd \ra lafteurentiln
Pa.ilion Will 8 Ei etec and Place j' to Th) Ho ti Wlank .(;rtllin- r rad from the State
'4at .'he 4 1. s, r: llg i., r'. \ 8 IaInkPa. muanalger for their r-dlt a red fo th
atalah Sc;-ol 4 i Eiig r re-side-it. aiAJ the atiual report of
Be Made One of Comfort and ,. ; I,., ;. ,al >. ;v t1 t (hI ,' "ill,* urnlturt" Cu.om a .s left ,,i. e--,iI. It ,r the" (hapter to the
Pleasure for Visitors. I'I' -)-It-rda for Gr-u (Co,. Srlng,. a. \* t, as aIlM) read which
_ir't Italptsl.t Chuirch h Re.v (Georsgee hr.' h'Il ll i.-nd the' nxt few -,.iiald it de ail the sork of the la
Ta ll r of lt.h Sig pring.- ill fill th.e lan tt I re.lattn. :n frnt ds t.' duiii lgl the Ia.-t .ar Tau new
Lea n Grahamu and (; I .,.tr l,; .1 pu it ait the ,. rarnig aersice Sun S il I i l, r. r aii nI I.- lI r.-. a-re ac.-epted.
are amuo1 g the nrt to iultal *.. s.p Lt ,,l ,,I d it Y 1 ,. a ,*s i. 4 It I r. 11. .i *i routi i EI.j-atI re fret-hm.-its were served.
tha launch uso Lake .\~.ell,. allih is-ia lrs h i ai. heiai alt-r 1Ii itg various ,Aid Clto.u'tthr the n *eting was one
will be used exclueitcl for Ile.a.urt. First .Methodhit churchh Re. F R (i. ....' of 'the Stat' I 'e-tI hOf of ao the, most rnjoyablk and interesting
by them and their flieud hIridge's.--Ir Sledd will 011 the ieul- .."atlI tfor hit- bastul lavu lt lin the history) of the chapter Mrs. J
The suggestion of Tlhe Sutl that a jil at t lo: 3 a ni Other s.erces' ;. G Mortio n f Willi:ton :.-i in t M Alat a of Starke. recording ee-
li.a .lo tlI.' ervtet-d ill a r.uttatle iolt at( the- uiual hoir- 1it e .te.rda. 1 H. i an..>is the etar of the State IM ision. was the
o(I tlhi Lake' aI1r thit at(-(.iuIod. tiun Advent ('hristian Church. Elder J !'ik' c.ge.table Krr,.*ar- ,of thei past luest of honor, and her precswne Iaas
of all that uuld like, t .Ilt .uch T. Joh nson S.r ice b) the i astor 'e-ast n. and a. a result I. eariln hKihly appreciated by the l
a I ace ha...Ssal aith h.eart, a lsel'.,e-
of larce nura haet a( lth iar aill. iltuorning and eniung The pastor has0 the n4 lihl that ont c'ol, Uo-ff
f at oneun fr taldl. Jill rturnebd from a su elsful re- Mrs W K. Sharmanl of HIawthora acursa t Fernamna.
sak< n at once for tht. louildiung. r aran wo
iaral meaetliag with the Tanml church ass, aumou the rhopilenr. vsitin C IMickerson. traellus paasen
&:r Davlis tata.d Saturda. thai the.'~ t Piatricka (Catholic hCurch kRe (Galen'sitle' Baturda) WhilL her* ge'r asent of the* aboard Air Une'. ln
,were undecided )tet as tu the p J. l)ljch--Mass ill tb beid at he made a pleasant call at this a n g the visitors to the ctt) lie
location of the. paitllou. but it would o'clock a n, Ieh-.utiuo of th(b Holy uffice. subasribing for Tbe Twiceva- ia here for the puripol of aaklan atr
be erected during this sunumer. and Rouary will tw at 4 I, u Weevk Sun rangeatents to hav. a special excur
that there were a number of other Holy Trlult) Church. Rev F. H Atd t te c le train run from this city to FPer
boats to be ordered and placed on (raighill--Fixt 8uday after Trinlt) A thentirisl diretd to te cR Wl d on June 1t. Aside from
thi beautful e t wa. Holy Communion 7 a m Morning n t be sadveisn P l the attractions that will b uered
The boat ordered by he and Mr. prayer and sermon 10:30 a m unh- o y e c'lt)bty, the place will alord m
Oraham baa arrived and was placed day school 4:15 p. m Evening pray- of bargthi an d other plela urE o
goods abhuh at would w l for bathing and other p res of
oa the lake Saturday. or ':30 p. m. The oertor) anthem this nature and will doubhles- bI well
After the') hae erected the pasil will be. "0 God. lie Merciful." from o.atroutx-d
Ir an effort should bet made to se- Wegand's Pestival Mass. suln by Mr 8 D McDonell of HB)blle. o fe of
cwre a hard road to the lake. as It E. 8 Maddock At thi, morningll srv. the exiteitle truckers of that sectUom. A Delaghtful Ocgtsa.
would alord such pleasure and ice a s peell relort aill hei made oL was In the city Baturda) on his regu little Ml5, Mar) Thomas t-endered
amusement to all the clltisell. I b- the ParTih naeetlilig he-ld last Wed- lar weekly visit He state' that a .er )ouIng friends a party l honor
id,. batlhbiitu uld Ie. had there at ..'da e'. .e1iii. good rain would be- hbihl) alprecial ,.? I, ,,. lath hbrthday at the bome
.....- d l the farur. f he. r i.arn lr and Mrs T V


bWu lIItIi' cora


**a Island Cotten.
I'uulc) (;ieorgla alid iFlorida Sea Is
I tA,.ls olid t thie awanuah iarkelt
lt; week at lI to "'' celnt. Sale-
for th. eek aelt. br k. balet- C(rop
aeoun-ll are usor faorable-. we-alher
col-dlitrloi haus been awe ort proplit
ou- during the weekt


Stomach Treubles.
ManU remarkable cures of stoumch
ircublei. hav, Iw'-.oI effected h t'Chamn
I.TrlaiLUa Sitomachi anId liUer Tabletlt
(nue ianu waho had iewtutl iotr toto
thousland dollars for lurdle inc and
treatIuIet ala (curtd l>) a fe- bouers
of thesi table t" Price. tra-ilts
-.;:i.ll frt-c- at all drug store-s


ilauy of our citlsons are drifting Flve-roosm cottage to rent on block
towards Brtghbt's asuae by Ueglct- adjotug squHar, f.urfmerly occupted
tag symptoap of lidury and bladder *b W L LIUraadO city wa er eloa
trouble which LVou> Kidavy Ier- tr L light, seUwram bath. sad all
edy will gkukly care. J W MuCo l Imoder contvaawte Apijly to tMs.
bua o Co H Mct(reary or am oaksl


Pole) honey and Tar Ih e*ilelalll
r.ctlimiun.ded for cbronicI sihrat and
lung trouble- and many ulffrl-rs from
bruachitia. asthma an d cemnumiptlo
have fouud comfort and re-lief by us
lun Polky' Hloue) and Tar J. W Mc-
Collumi & Co
W l: Irusn a tucce-esfull trucker
of the- Ar he-ir bettlliii raA ll*aouA the
lasitol to the ctl) MIturda. liuriag
the pat e -aoVu be hbad the nIasfortuga-
to lw a large quantity olf both cb Ls
and cutaloulpe which ear kaucred
to pect-er by a heavy ball storu sad
which will cut lato his season a re-
ctlas to a large eitelt


l r r p.
I hictias. Saturday afternoon.
Quit-r a liunlhm r were present aad
a Uiotl delllhtful two hours were *a-
o))ed Ibi the young folks.
lellicious refre-shments cnsist(l
,if lie cream cake candy. tr were
-..r,\ d
K eryone would be b eIelad b)
taking Vrle' a Ortiu laalltve for oco
Upatku. 6ti uach Uad liver t bUe.
as it sweetens the seomasch aad
bruat gently stimulate the river d
r..gulare the bowela a@d isa much so-
srtWur to lusa ad erd tary lasata.
Why aot try Foey Orto Laative
Stay. J W MeColMU & Co.


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THIS HOT


WEATHER


('allot for Ic Coolers, $Sove
Reftlrigtrators, Ice
I1411's, Fly Killers' Ict
PicLk, etc.


Keepi your kitchen
I y buying your wife a


cool


11


Tie nioost eeonomiB l fuel
you can use, and will give
you the best -matiadaion of
any gasoline range you can
buy. Don't be deceived,
but get the genuine Dangler
Cabinet Range.




AIII WAI CO.
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THK I'AILY 6lAU: bASLS VILLoL YLOIIIIA. JU-NE 13. 11,H1


O3aSUYoS -icom pMP1or. A ThH rrW9LL SATM

wluA Orw bole so TGm of (onJ O"Opis
mvw OW Jo e 1. a s-. '-mr ?wI f dlan a few WCW44 NT vusl
CU eW& by CWY a aO .Iaffrw amttql, ti ti rt FtC!of. o (. itb- ru Railwar
low h-- o0 :0 I. aldi. *n tb' P tadent. of th Ie
O IL l cinu re e wftb Us% 'bat beV111- ni' .",a t 'of Nomb Citrhti A~ wcg
qmmm --- 1mk-j tbv1 the fl-rO itb lk, IS per -1'k tti. bosa
WLL lll fWl out ftO ft M fI "" r the u! a OI ate-r er '-r t0, inrer na
B t- u rwtsg Yd w -k t aw thetiw Con % irI""- at l"*,t anc Ii. ou
lm ib 0 yqu. to 1 to a mEowam" a il' i..w1 n~t Izid it
UiIgES N I 4y3M OwavWOU-bto tbe trade 1%& go 'ith r to ih Nortb or V. tb I
the @ (hfo La.d .8tUe whet W*at A~ ttm. gMitmcoe b cmh-win l f
V ceduit eeftr Jur-'I I thte biabot thp uirrPTi. lv 1g inrea'ina l
ft _____a____ n- 'r a f O W'fa. tux %*-am'Stl'% me .% ah'rdlat. a e ..m--rrm pe- *,'tngh
b. ''-s'.xr :..~ % a ir 'c xt 14 c
ita %Wr iTb teger attb ?3 :n- of rm **'
aWA' A .a a'tce In0 1. IartiTot r's i in
yqwd of ,t w % artewt-in cT-r E?) irv" natural r- --'>.rt atottoie 'u supl4c.


mlams, -m ame e







amammissmesa
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SNOW UUM tSAM V e
IL 1 c
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,UN of an lb.

vo- "m of -
--~k km -
m* ofkm_ bL


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9 '


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MEMO 10 46 OP ANSdo Oa


*f ia w = WW o af t

a m 4 Mo so Aamt.

IN @ Im Me opo
0 aft an. rHa"own".



*lw" aa kmm Tb. Iswmw
So Up an oe~ L .
I" Nalm ftkmwma sidlieft



MOM on& am am mo atheOws
Is LIsthe C1y wh

em _m aete
N. em crib.

61ftGNSma" bubm* a" w
ofaw fm.We it is waftmw"
w aftf6"mme A _* ammi

as so mom amat maim w10

as. hai
ftmft mIn, ft"ow im,66" walt
L~~ -1 tPa La~


r--* a Sen he Is'e1-mmt.
%of amwlaftwma~me s sa bathb
.dw ow l aftd saso"ADs of
S- of a km bess far k
-LI -_ theyd -aamt tamto
inmm whe, the 6prow" is ma
wo o tewl"grimPra a
Sal~ 06 km01 they wIN
-e ___ r e b N an re,-A devseags-
f 4 pn aei. mad
Wmbb bessi hr mv awme to Their


861W dWhWeb&. ft 6habe*km
dwo a ~ im" OWL ats.& a
a"bfd Isi bambo.o&she a'
8M MM 600P. 60 wbsheathea


1 Sentot unkder asa
iae- l-o waX
rt lab- at u- a

kms 'r. -'k a)
Sa n -I I D

f 8102ISat brMM o
P) O embed .. t


?w w % m & A n% -&, -
iWI. gives af t as s.1y SEEI 'iy i
herleara b of the ubeat rC",
TIW p P, of r-at of lk% far the
ZWtd -a w sta-4. r cMJ4 0 with
"a of 71-.0a cre pater ibsa
*a row l.dkes oa Isruerkolde
mbas m hs c a-m h r


USgiaW bmbftIs othe inmea

ia*of ...w o Is Io 1965.



ORW Is lIST. TU. memo


btoOmwinuso vm =podmft
of SISWAM budob I Itl
be" ft UK. M--r- Tn.
bmftke t U


1%I0 5- of a wble If
JdMkdf8 the eMiar
Usdewue Aeawdbt Io
a I baof -NO .4v It
ft k :
"IWW Oft t b Nooka
SI M* @A eN- t I
r mb hs dead
in d oIf t- mad odaaim
W M of he lift bees
1 nww -----'
0M1 DOlSof sand
Ow 1 aok eft 150d b te I
up ee" o "had hessed
g=Nto MWembis be
vwWbe alWh a sad I me* now
ba de seed mea"by hs
Sd- o 4 enof aftis
ad- sraged in thise.
t n rb a dows waxd ers.. and
ft Wd Is 0uae mdSWaDMAmOm
AIn &S. loneas of berta the pro
-a o ate Pethe a ot ad good anam
of bs byi dater. Cora fBll Smith.
was ba wors t audmot cruel earnay.
saad Ord wIth the statn of ber lIfe
blbe apin his soul The demands
09 asoutrangedd law ba%. tbe-a -sutis
SI and SIthA hw" ed k iut trruit.
Wher h bwmu no* antiser for
6eeds dose In the tody LtU- o1thr


FOURSswa begurt of etil tempts
tlmi sand tb i omniuin'.. ,f crimam.

It was slatd b) 1r. William C
Ii-tc (4 ol PiLsjitu;, a. ths. r nf r ir n't
Ing the Nainal A(dr tiala.n t oi
the Study sad Pie.stiii of Tutrrcu
kiss. that b% -I cent (i al the. tbho.
chidrtn in our large- 4itlea hae Itu
bowtir bacilli is tbir xtvai hbe-forv-
rmhwlmg the age of mnetea o)ears.


The eatimate formerd of a an *a r*
1gkIs based tyuuA; bi- dveed and
not uos his jirofemoion. The man
whom artl do not square afItb hi*
wads can iwetr make a faltorable
impression on ( ero boa .cr orth-
odox his 5trofewxkm aid bmarr#- t
k-ath) bip ra)#r-


The riders of itis laapit ailiU tx.
pleased to harm that theretuo at leao
me &ea4vd dMorsae that wiue a ha
bwo able to cure -I tall Itstag-%.
mmd that Is catarrb. Hall' s'atarrb
(afre is the o l00) 14 ive curve ktjsmi
to the med .A Iraterruit). ('atarrh
b~iS VONMM dim-VAJ-rL rt
quires a cwastituttlsal tf..attiwt-u
Halla Catarrh Curt- Is tAkis iutcrn
ally. aftsta dldrtly upoJt the biuud
MW mmWvU .tirfacr of t bi ) h) setri I
thieby destroying the ouudatkua of
the diaewa. &a adSiing the jlahant
auteaph by buliding up Sth cupititu
Skio sad assisting bat ure In doing I Ia,
work I %* proplretors have so much
fuh In ke emlive powers that they
ofer Or Huadrod lioklakrsfw aay
a th0 4t ItLaW to Oue. dead lur
Ietinesalals. Addn,&
r. J. CHCNUY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
SOW by anl druggata, 71 omIs.
TakeHraiftamlly Me.for emast


0 h- e hes IrOw m


uzented h b tu're'-4 A I a-trioi
reakrb arAd rnuttinru (mtac uDiue-
ar beerving bvct--r able to Enane.
thet m er OtWcs and l.Ws dr
pest an atside cap"ta.
eSouth a ts id eterv ouc of her
yeanm msad u tnd a ae are fai-
Idto b er sbe wil kmmatia y rewat*
grow as W kmeenthe grwth of
the Smoa ths metlm Is oely at the
-closingm ousa mof dvels-p
mWO..The aso~bIs am 910.'erw6wd
wfth ps ot am r m
yeam yeu1t mwlo epm toodes -for
20 -_ -s eek them.
- bfd ssebosr vimbueid mem. aud
aster bm of I Wm ry am akm
- lpredle Intbg that the
-v v doI imet aof am man two
dodom In Oft owrn wIlmar It
the Smok-W gmPOOL le




190.-
Ior owerd us W "M fwed w ub(
49 y mu," u Itm ma 4
bo every dy am tChabIaft'o
Csrl. (bskm mad Dftffem Remoody.
Th Isethoe Ow dWW eve r wbw a this
vujubIs r mme d bm es I tedm
No abo meicie in. Imi e for O-
ibf rbowel ewof phaste m b"red,.
.4 so*posra WoprvaL TI*ew
aaet of the svnemi of C---hla*8
C~ .Chof arm -d Dariboft Remedy
is OM Ift cmes..Sold by almusla&


(of course you wouldn't like to
litnd after you have co.zaid m-
Hly improved a pitee of Ieal
Eot-.1c that the title of --itme
!i- Ipt (dear! Ile -orte tiathe to
I atve tus itiakt, ann ai':travt of
lilt. J.1i4)IX.jeeive p1uu.1.Iat hbe-


L 'I :- Ih.akt' an ztmtrut -illi
ki-ow%% iat You'ire.lImi.111g.


ALIU CU M IMTIACTC.


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a ct* diiw'U v os the Uwer. It wIl eurv.
-~-- NOW A~ -M j
ms *s.4'c f i mIi mineral .heotanc oL
pose mokly f MWILII LI is adapt#-qj I,,r vIroa
weary cmtu at frsmtbena Lb. wek netd emand .and
it chesw SU -a-m99 O tn body. I'ry a bott al.
Fift Cinis a lId. AvoId Al SuX

Baflard &aw L;rd Cm O
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Leave Gaineavl e fr Mianopy, Fairfield and lo-
ad poines South ......................., 10:1
neti na uO. R l(ininvill .......**......... 4:1
Losave Oinwfl. fr Sampson City, Palatka,
lAke aty, Valdois, and Wll points North 6:
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Tickets o (In I) IfroIlmlckst.l ille lt.#y NI4)n-
day aund Thuuip-a tli egliiiliig with .Juine 17th til to
Aug. :30th, wit tifinal returinit LuSvpt. :3t11t.
Stop-overs allowe~I owd t mi -t tiek4.t.. it Ji(.ji.
likll4id, Wasliiugtoui, Baltimo~re and Pl'ladc~pl.;l~Id.
Iteduced rates to other stluimiiiir reAr)rta.
For information. rates. rt*s*rvatiaaow, (-ct., call
on or writet to A. W. V H IV. T 1. I )T. ivi.j11im i 1 n-
ger Agent, 13'sWest Bay 6t., .Juk-sonvilj., Fla.


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Air Line Railway
SAVANNAH. CUOLL -;%I1A. CAM I)EN. SOUTIIERN PINES.
5 'I.LI~H. HI:i~,' a'' WAIIiINTON. ALTIIORLE.
V1111. %JJ I 4A, NEW %'YORK

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M0o09N PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

(iN I LI NEI Dj~r ai aily Thirough iecimJNI,
Jackor* ilfe to New rileanlls.

P.r %flS loftrmglem md ~ge er eeseatlme sell so
4" A'4" Sembeard or ante Sl C. & O&LSIOW.T .Jr.. AsfSUM
bm" sI uInaY Ag. emoJeems"Wh P1mnd&


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*I1I boAlbY SUN: E2E OV[LLFU PFLORIDA, JUNE 13, 19U9


SEEMS OF ALL GA ES

FO1 TIE CO(IN6 WEEK

CORDELE. GA, WArNTS GAMs .ES
WITH FAMOUS OAK HALLS. l


Manager Dayv Now Tr),-g to Get
HMs Bunch ,n Read.ness to Ac


COmmodate the Georg ars.


IT i.ei.. r I I f l~ii


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tem. NI avuah I~ I* Ial A V I C~ 11 aI; ;
('Cefailei odat e th.ina. ltt hai-. adlreei1
t ha t I t r .Ai wl i i We a et.' satn
rtum.' other iIi at d jel andw. his ipIa''rs
ulm a lait or date. In the- 4%eint they


ar,. unsuccet-Kful he alil crle then
ltih gameIs a asked fIr. however.
Atuung the Ilrayer. to arrive and
who litll I e here undOud are Watson.
.Miller and Cawthon; Spottbsood on
We'dn*.day ald Ho. T-'vhkr alxtut tWe.
;lth. with the follow inI material al
ready on the ground.: Itulkwk. Hen-
dricks. LaIson. Graham. [Iert ,a and
Hartafleld.
Out of the benefit at the op raa
house the past week nearly eno .;h
funds were secured to flni h I-.:~vt
for the handsome new uniforms order-
ed ome time since and which have
already arrived.
Manager Davis states that by tbo
week beginning the 21st he will st
down to business and try and ar-
range for one or more names each
v eek for the remainder of the sea-
son. and proposes to be ready for any-
thing in toe State that cares to tackle
them. It will not only be his pride
t: have the winning team. but the
pride of the city. and be win see that
toe high reputation always made by
the famous Oak Hall aggregation will
be fully maintained. All that he
asks is liberal support from the
amutement-loving public.

If you are not satisfied after using
according to directions two-thirds of
a boutte of Chamberla*n's Stomach and
Liif.r Tablets. you can have your
moi.ne back. The tablets cleanse and
Inviuorate the btonac(h. Improve the
di cs mtion. r.gulat,- the l wel,. (;ive
th.! a trial and get w ell. Sold by
all druiagi-ts.


MARRIAGE AT ISLA140 GROVE.

MMo Mary Simmelws and Mr. M. B.
Seewar* Ceftractisg iPartes*.

vo i( mor- 1r Ihenr orii:.\ r% Inii-,ort
ati e.v .6- i i. tho matt ic,. e Ne .I tr'
-,4n~imii.,:e and Mr MNIit I'a".
f 0. 11 w it 4f lh.,' I Ith I
I'nmjti-t church at 1.131)4 Iroe. 11.t
N '*-ti-impoon offi. timteI
t be, theirm Isto o% vsur 'a iu: A it h fri. tml!-

r:. ;Hjrlalt L fill
W~hem1,% their rupefeact
o 1 in .- il
m for 'fvst- r.. the t" imiA tlv.e id : i
~ a,.l.. ia. -I their .;i-i traw it 3? l
hut11ch and l a nd.'.!thvir %aay dna ~


PROPERTY CHANGES.

Real Estate Is Exceedingly Active for
This Saon of Year.


Gainecsille and Alachua count)
realty was never mire active than
at the ir;-'oent titat,. and the. re
markahle feature of It il the fact
tha, it iL holdiKng up during the dull
c.li On.
Following i. the list of realty trans
fera for the past week:
J. W. F. Jones to M. IL Maynard;
Brady Kelly to J. W. P. Jones; Wade.
Coleman to Green Coleman; Jim
Adams to F. G. Bagley; Fannie Will
lams to J. W. Moody; A J. Paer
to G. W. Hawkins; 8. G. Wynne to
A. V. Garland; W. 8. Dorsey to L
Sanborn; Jeferson Smows to -.
Simosu; Rosa D. Pedrick to T. H.
tudinger; J. H. Hodges to T. H.
Budlager; Thos. McCredle to Stand-
ard Oil Co.; J. T. Price to Loais Ln-
per: J. J. arr to 8. H. Smith; Colson
A Hodges to 8 F. Jackson; N. P.
Cautben to V'. 8. Kersy; Sam Will-
lams to Frank Bruner and others;
Primus Johnson to Emory Price;
Mary A. Baird to P. L Huston; R. It.
Huater to R. M. Hunter; L. L. an-
born to Margaret Perry; John Craw
ford to Phillip Johanu ; W. F. Laul-
ford to Ida langford; P. C. Brown
to Nat Bolen; Rosal!e Waters and
others to Mary E. Lartlgue; T. MI
Cautbea. guardian, to I Illa Boring.
N. P. Cautben and others to LAilal
Boring; Ihncan Jordan to Alke Rob-
inison: C. A Williams to \V. II. & ,a
It.; J. N.N. i .%eks t o W H Sealey:
K. S. (ordon to W. H. Seale)y
.i ;in E .iyv r., to A. I:. Iungi, r.

DEATH OF BARNEY WIGGINS.


Experes at Hom 0of His Parents in
Fast Gainesville.
I tarnuiav tIef i~t. -I a r t)141 :.i-oll til
.A r aildMtI- I V Wij4aaicjz. dited at
tilt- t11, )1',c1la ie~rt-w AIIt I Pi A:-t


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.a irg. itibur (f I trttida of flthe-


TheanaN tI t:14-r-taking (cry a pa
li'. 'T in i tt ii 44 rfli t uimalta-

ARCHER NOTES.









(1111411 lj @far i .d l i
atI ~i~cidct lak.eea tile sarirdu ed Ia..!
,.% a ii if %4IaI l Istai t f 1i0
1*aro'iitata. MI r is t r ctadM!ro J. J T oFit K

Nir awit NIr, I If. le (Fe %ia.**- f,
I' I 'Itc Spritig- NMr, W .1 4(.rc c% % o(
M iecri tateala 514(1 %Ii-- iroherei G'ihiaii
eef t)Ite rtr c ik. I- ft t e .. t oef' Ilteir
r. t'.. 1u % t.. -' ,,!. ric :.
,aItc '%til (t f ef ft 'A rI tiie d

U. FaU jale1 11e14I* a Aicadwsag a few
ej.i i,e I. .disr Ki.) huntit ic mutad flaoa-

Ar Ill .r sta III i tcg S dut ,etaecPcl i

eli'. ur Icue I. Inda. ii e lll a V' Ii
o a.. 'a- if Il t edls.i e I li
ti,,ee a i t '.er% (1.4 ala ligh ii ll a1,4
v ar, twu ec (*A tu ec'. i1fill' to
'...ir taei tit,% S I test to *'nie-KLe't~iaizati-ii
I I la V e is I.' ls.1a t i t
.tiere t.uiltt eu Sl ain mtlet-el

I~jl~Aiia' hc~uliler In iietia.ral
4dAa. .1 I,%rlct-uiiuatlaiaa ol' the'HUIla
liad ) it-itla qtuicklyt) the 1 frt.e' alicich
t-Atilill Of ('bAIL116Ferlal, as Liaainae'ntC
This iiiaiite'i~t Is Wielt IuIly Prov!'t Alud1
eff'.usll- but fit Vu may dijsagreteable'9
(tO U?.4,8 4d1.) d It dratiagts.


tIn, h'nE .i : le, to th*l. nmitic ,iiii n mar, l rend< r, d 1.t Mr% I (t; It
Croy. After this the, .-reniony wa.-
li rfornlid in a solemn and impro-..ive
manner hb the lpator of the church.
The bride war attired in a lovely
gown of white mull elaborately trim
med with lace. Sbe wore a sash of
white atin ribbon, and gloves to
match, her long white tulle veil belng
arranged with a lovely white wreath
of ro es. She carried la her arm a
bouquet of white flowers.
The g oom wore a sit of grey ad
was looking his best.
Miss Simmou is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph SImmons and is
a popular young lady of Island Grove.
and Mr. Boulware. who is almo pope-
lar. Is to be coegratulated upon win-
ning the afectios of so worthy a
lady. Their may friends rejoice with
them that their life' vale is strow
with lowen fresh, ad wish for them
a log and happy life.

BURKHItS PIANO CONTEST.

Capt. Alve of the Sabeard is
Rumtil f em mr "S .
Capt. Alvares the ge(ial conduter
of the Seaboard "aort" between Wal-
do and this city. ia getting down to
business and has made a tremendous
gain during the pat week anad s
only a few thousand behad the pub
lic school.
Only a short while remalns for you
to get busy sad win this handsome
Instrument, so put your friends to
work la your behalf.
Following is the result as counted
last night:
High School .................. 299.10
Capt. Alvares ............... ..J3945
...... *~;I. tlad ... ......199.74
Mary Fernandes ............. 40r
Miss H. Deville ............. 130
Floha le Graves ............... I1
Emni a LA IIHudson.. ......... I
N.ll.s Z.ctrour .............. lU
Mi.- S Nora Stalli .... 7.'
I. J. I I'RKilM.


OFF FOR THE MINES.

Cuncan Jordan Was Sent to the State
Camps Saturday.
I)ciii> Shlirlff Isrulton Ia .ft Satur
ili wr h Ith llai( i Jordan. th' wlhit*'
mai. fr im -Ilih 41-r.sncA who was ia
%it te-d andi i.-nt'ni ce'-d to life ini|rlhiii-
ait ihi ;at fht I.t '.i ,l)i oif c( rt .
.eliaila rnei.e. froea a >lecidid fiatin
1l 11. hait- ulw:a i tw'ell e'gaicei'd In
-usill ( l< rical callitK. anid the tiew
dutl' t li:at li- w Illl irohualy, ha\. tI,
as-iaiie' -at llti' 11 ii4ili' will loro a
Kr';tt harrd-hlil for a t:anli of hbl
'e'ars. ,'ioe 'lally in view of the, above

lie. I% th.' flrpt whiter man to re
ci\ te thiiL l te'eir'e- i thi. countyy for
a iitainlm-r of ()ear.,. awhli ie.atiai.t that
lf r tl:,h ri- .iliu di r of hli. liI. hl. a ill
i. colusill ehid to t'er linc', unlits the
Itoard of lardoin should bei lretal)ed
upon ilto gra n him lil.rty again.

Cutting Affray Saturday.
Two lIlt !' i. i(Tro I, %. le-tcilie- etia.
KaKe d ii a tli (. on Siaturda) after
iiialn 1., ti ou' dr w hlis knilfe' l iad
- t sI-It hli. ct ier c th- le ft >houilder
Il H II Ae.r dressed thi- wound .aid
,iated tlhat l It it allouIntl to ilyl a
-wihti 1.. Aiund tan I il i hoW I. tali t r
ion- N e-llih. r of th< hos si i'linA e fould


When Your Joints Are Stiff
siad .(eir iiuCleon bore from cold or
rbi. ti4- ii- t Ii ) cU > ao t lip or ( pr b lil
a Jotiht iraen \%our Pide or brulse
)our,*-If l'aikiller will take. out the-
,ore-i.--. aiid is you right In a Jify
Alans hi. "e It wlth you aid usb It
freely 'lThe oldest the cheal(est and
tii* lmbt ui-dicine for internal and *s
te-rlitl aich*' aid palIua In man Is Per
ry IJIla' Pailkiller, and for over
rventy years It has been the great
standby fur emergeacle aI thousands
of families all over the world Don't
go home a thout a 4k or one of the
Dew ale 516 bettle*-
The Sea SeSW for slg a ardt


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G. K. BR{OOME
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W. H. TAYiAIII

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H. Ir. DUTrON
J. A. MAULtST
J.0. 6.ICHOLW
M. VEJARL3
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--UNITEI .TATET I)EPOI8IT(RY-


THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BAK
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(':litil Stock .. ........... .. $~1 ).(NN.IN)


1r.'I.Ii:id'-'.T. W. laan-l-. Jloen F. Jark~esm. 4it 1.H- nry 14.Wil
ih.mert Di. t-rawfel. .I&Iw_ I... Litn, (harles A airt-lotti

AI. BUSINESS' ENTRUSTED TO Us WILL RE.
CEIVE PRO MIF AND CAREFUL Afl'ENTXr)N.


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ISTEDArS RESULTS NEI CM WaE MUw E
InI.y Is y h- i u yo lur a4t *lu WIe e'pe i -r' ) h
IN SOUTI ATIATIC ti.(ml .- e"',"1
M akrr. W,~ l .. iu s .- ;...*
while yo wait-frs ,, larpr ;A I. I sot
The score l the South AtlantIc le. oa ke.
LeagYe yesterday were as obtow: f a 1C,1 W U1lB,


Cohlumb 5. Jacksaotlle 3.
Chattaaao 4. Chartstoa 1.
A Sta Columbla &
Savaahl C Maeu 3.

Sea NI s. w a
Any mhe who h,., had experIWme
with this distreu g aMlment wl be
pleasd to hew th a e _may be
set bypplS Camblala'sa
Salsve asea as the chil Is m
nursing. Wipe It sWith a se"t db
beore alowg the abe o smmL
Many tralmd ares w this salve
with best ream. or sale byall
drggslts.
Coat pp"oNa'sa strikn m me
with his dirigble babm is lely to
give Sstad anebohr war se~ sad
create a demand for -dra oint
air shipa.

W ^CAPUDINS ueol S Me fa
aohe
Albe Nor"v= m -ad- TsSaeI "
esadi amb ada @BMW Ium inm.

Try sd l-- s Nud--esm su
mkmmly. SoUl by dugllL_


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Staple and Fancy Croceries

Gratl, GardeJ Seed sqd Frttsen
SOUTM GDO SQUAR --- GAINUVILLE. FLORIDA.

H-it h markea e paid for Chikelme EI ad ati PrMdusa

A Compete stock of Hay. Cora Oat. ILan. br, ml. Cottes
SUd Meal asd yrW.We beade oes lt Sa Vy p o
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MA IOI that Lydt a L
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v.m m edoe"spalm SeerMAd
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so I*Nbame a pn a
41 mm am OI by "shiU a t.a
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bete ", Oh srse of akl e lsata
P by iarM ye LUtieba. The tre
to r feet high and ha fruited
er Iseral years. Aa her ew fratt
or vegtalb Is a lag srowm by C. D.
NllOr drof el It is called a
etaeablie lam. Me has also a
ae aIad of rwoderbeariesa whieh are
lst setting frult.
The lit of deth quent town taxeLs
far I I. potd at te poet otIce.
Are you taere?


wh Is rapIdly recovertu froIm bli
-Bl-as. The aurae will probably re
tam to Jacksonville on Moada).
Dr. W. H. LAe. Jr.. has loon- to
ss lto appear before the State
Maedal Beard.
Aiag (he visitors In totnn dur! ii
the wree were Rev. and Mrs 1tll
tUL, Mlcaaopy. and 0 C Huabaud.
Starke.

Mea Past Pifty in Danger.
M past middle life have found
amort and reldt Il Ploly's Kidney
rIaary. aeMorlay fur enlarged pros-
Wate glatd, which la very comma
aUoutn elderly ulrn I.. 1C. AlurrIs.
tbeter. Ky., wriles "I'p to a )iear
ao mv futhe-r .ulfsred frotmr kidit-)
ud bladder trIoble and several lhy)'
Asas proaonaa d It largen l .m u
.he prostate gland and advid an
opMratiem ON acSroua of is algS
we war afraid he could not .*aud
t and I recommended Volk-'s Kidi,,y
Leamedy. and the ioat bottle reellieed
Iam. and after talk*u the ecacu d luot.
Lt be s a no longer troubled cith
hti moaplalt." J. W McCollum a


Seasera"lg Him*
*A &Itle Ilal advke." said a pr
Ianr of eklratlou, addressliig his Iu
pla before the ai eal elleriiuiunueu
wellI to Ibte thust of tbw sla g. on't
hstalae aad due't be nervous "
"BIt. I asy. profulor." rmuarked a
very seIf illlaad suetber of Ihe
crlea. "aspavs I forget part of ml

"Ok. tlal duesu't settler relied the
Isretfo ir "i the cutlrary. tbw more
t M y Iou frget I lh bWeter the artd
awe will ike 1it"

Kept MmH* *usy.

you weat abroad r
"N%" aawered Mir Ot4uro. "Moth
er ias th ll i M d the lh.iml I
lwh eW tbat aa l/tiet efi-a
l--twm


"CSOLUTlO#.S Of RCSPLCT.

Comimmese Smeft Them cfee Apqvo
Owth SeAswsa~totr.
Ye II ft r rp 1,10t 404 ., .A b is.e,
arj .16t Lts 4r IsP&?i'rsc&.
~aa'lr of the at ,! 9at *.f, V, a
ho-n be.' t il ttE"e *'' .
0 lbr..s.i a. l .e..' d '
~i..e and 5A81L3 1 '1 ;'9T T
I~.s del.arta. fii eI It# S


Unierlty o at' d -* Agte Art.ei
a 17;1 IIt pratrt. la 14* 1 *-
Sro(l atid (XA*-r p Akt.t ai .XL.AaDn fIR
n tIlte or thirt.-.,t i ,>.* i. atie
s&a for a u hls. a ws- usto. r of tIo
ieotLsature of that Etat-
It sIat bhe caame to (Garutislil*- Flor
.'*a *-ekalig a home inI a L.,ore. cia
l.a.i la the tfr-t firur .-ar or
.,iA !:* b4-re lie %as el-ditor of a Ite a
S i-r iutllh* gab the practIe of his profes iou
.*tre L the latter par of l Tb?. Thib
.e memttoueduatil his death For the
iat fou years of his practice ke ai
referee I h bakrupty. ade-r appoint
met of JIdge J. W. Locke. l'lite
isates DItrct Judge for this dii.ilot
i tUh thea Sootherf IAtrict of Plor
da.
While modet ad eassmena g.L Mr.
Paler was a ma of atroi covic-
Joss sa of Irm ad upright char
acter. Of exseelet boulaes jaud
ma t aad foreIlK, he was also ee-
*rous sad cIarable. He wva court
.s Ia haiMt sad speech, fair aad
aoworable la every way la his relation:
alth i s brother prUttloaern. His
cath Is a lo w o th bar of this eom
.y. et whleh tlhy are deply easible
rd his lesample Is worthy of Imla-
tiRe. There e be It
Resolved. That th bar of this manrt
Site eaprestoMk to their esteem and
rear for their departed brother
practtioner aad record this evidence
3f their sorrow ard Irreparable loss
e It father
RMOLVD. That these resolutloan
be eagroMeed upoa a page of the min
ate of this court. whblcb hall be set
apart to his memory. and that the
lirlh of this court do forward a ucop
thereof to the members of his family,
Respectfully submitted.
ROBT. K. DAVIS.
HORATIO DAVIS.
E. E. tOY LE.
Committee
Sate oIf florida County of AlaIlhua:
1. B. H. Wanlge. Clerk of the ('irtuli
court hbhth Judicial Circuit of
Ilorida. In and for ALt huas < iiai'
'he samae bein a rourt of record, do
hereby certify that the above aild
foregolng In a true and correct colp)
if *bat It iurportm to be from the
fa.e thereof a* the same. appear. ot
rE-tord In Judgment Itook No. I-. at
tia,' 121. the samre Ib-liK ollr, oif th
public rteordi of nl office andl till
iilinul*e look otf iour ircult co( r
lIIi ltetiony *h.re-of I ha'c h.ere
.into subshrilted hbs nani, and ffixa d
il' s,.al of our ald lulll *i .urt 1:1i-
. illh dai of June. A l I 194I!
(1t4al 14 II W:IENF(;-4.
Clerk ('irrlit (Corl

Poor Milk
I oftl<, i thoiiKlht to It. re.-ima-ibll
I 1i.1 iIf.iil t 4 klo.% inll wicght or K'wO
*ral ,oor heualtlh Th-(l caun u:.ull
S Ilthai I il rhild IMd wirti- The-'
4, t tlit. nourlsrlise.lt of the ftmid and
th, baby ta(.. .s actually starve-.
Whittc m ('re-as. \'ermilfuKg. t xwi-l the
wor.m and uourishle the bhild. sure
atd safte. Price 2Z cents. Bold by W.
M. Johubnsu.
Peetbell a Played I, Labrader.
O(e must not iuagiuae It is all work
aud Uo Ila) with tie I-brador skil-
murn. Mucb to ) s*urlprie. I fouud
that our good oki gi of foottLl bhad
lutaken old In t'Uea~a Tew gaur w ia
(lhiyld wlthb a ball ,f erllkiu stuffed
with gras lbr T goal are IlM ibLe milMw as tl our ouin i gIiwm. and
*a I I lla.ler iL arnl 'l ill a slitrt
bliia ile l lliac ulmieldi f mc' .f rui laung*s
.f eral hkle bI tlt ili Inlo(o auutd atlltbch
to u wie.mdii nitellc Tih" i i ll liACy
eitlil l, t as -e I It i l l +l I iml ke fI d h
or. ,hiuuld | ll*"tu itt ,W'1. pI, kLei up
usedl c*Mril'l liougb lit l,'e are unlt
liarr. I ( a', M i>i a a1i.iii l 'et i lea In

iatl il*, kii, u ia le i s fli< i liil .l .il l
lh t,'-rehe l


ni M TIM IIIAI(M
TT EA wmm

tM LM i6 MUM. s ~ a 5ll -
Goo lls a" Md.. f@ Md one toe
baogbV bw ole meill" s bern inwith il
CANl MMOUNUO616 Smd me apmisilheas
.ni. e kaw W pmobldoa 's mhio you
w thiw e.D. DInet blame is the
c hoea wes k sawl ml il 6L11e rISIM
.e sa adams st osemood a-ple tlu.4
i vae 6d1fsw by &a a d


OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.


Staue Ofiso:
Coviertrd A. W G

Svret~ar0 of State-ail Clay Cra
((Ard. Taiialami-
Ct)T.Jtf..4t --A C Crx,ra Ta..

7rZ1.UIF I j 1..' ?-. A

AV~~~~~e1L 4J:e a 't l 1 ia's.,

C'cvtneihslrL-r erg: Agr.taire-1-b 1 L
Mcl~u. Tal~ahao%" i
SU$. of Public Mnetrn tlr)L Urz~ M
Holoway. Talibas-.
Pro-Ident of tie i~taw -F M If md
'otl 3 e:;..


County Oacors;
Clerk aad A',ditor-A. H. Wieges
GalanesLlle.
Sept. PubUc Intruactwo--Dr. J. L
Keley. GainesUlle.
*aeriff-P G.Raumey, Galaesvlla.
'..sl.y Judgt HU Mason, Usaneo
.Ulk.
Tax Asseasr-r W. W. Col1o1, Oaia1



Tearlee--J. i Miates-Ji. C.Glw
illo


Couaty Co mlsa1h o -Juha 0
11111r. Chairman, Hague; J.II.
TOwasmit. CAmpvtU; J. May.

0. P. Catme- Galmeavia.
Membeara seo Board -R. B
Waeks, Chalra. wtora; J. W
Moody. LaCroWe; 0. W. Mer
renioa
T-x Cioe it-T. B. Ellis,
lsawsr MallD
member Hooeu--yd IL Carer.
OGlaavitle; T.A.. nDolk. amla Pw


Mayor-Horaio Davla.
Mahnd J-B. T. Ardow.
Tax A-esor-W. U. Bradford.
Tax Collctor-T. B. BUla, Br.
Clark ad Treasurer-J. Maxey DUll
City Attorsey-R. E. Latvis.
Board of Aldermea-G. K. nroome.
President; 8. J. Burnett. H. L Phlifer.
H. 8. Grave*, C. A. Cokclogh. W. T
Pound. J. A. Goodw!na.
Board of Public Works-H. Tay-
lo. Chalrmas: W W. Hampton. secre
taryt H. DuttUo. L Balrd. J. H
Vidal.

You Never Can Tell
Juit e exactly th e cause of your rheu-
iratriun, but you know you have- it.
')o you know that Hallard's Snow
UI.inae.nt will crire It?-relieve the
.,aini. reduceI til* selling and limtnr
he J,;ts .n iid nilllils so that you
Aill ie. a.- a, ti- -uand well as you ever
A* *: \\. 1 .It h'lhn n

The Clarinet.
"Ths i l: rir tll tI.- lihe ricbest. sweet-
'.1 f IIl Iti- wtood wind instru-
. i : i i I !It !i't l "t1 di s i,,ot
tlr;. I i'.l',r. i aur as Iil ul ufthe t ote.
W11 in-m*r" us t 11 eiillla.I'i baitlWeUa.
ilise- .ir it u i sudieslit u It lUayeild at
,*it r i.lit rl 't ti e I tlihe lower of
Cit. IWi,. % lhie M e %4ollii sI l ity I be
e.iiw r '114 'I iili|Nt. liit 1C. But
lit .i n.litilar'ti liaind. I.here Ilitre are no
.tiil iii ail. lh!, t lJriiii.lll plny the
cli..f ia:e.'e 1 Tl',e IiHom cliiriill is not
-4* I..ic. t I o tr o l*t. l Ice i ne lhw iglwr
*ii,,. II h.li s, rllliih r a lioLky iouud.
il lalhl ifstterl titlt Ihatl uf tile.- las-
*oD (St .\II L L.

A Vital Point
The most delicate part of a baby
is it's howels. Ever) alluent that
It sauler with attacks the bowels al-
so n dagulring in moat (ases the life
of the Infant. Mc cures diarrlionea. d> M-altery and all
derangcnlmetlla of the itoumach or
bolucl Saold Iy W M Jnhnson

The Firt Wed.
"That tI whalut I rail an Idlel mar
rtaige," lIard. declared to hil wife as
tbhe werei walklintg LouMelard after no
e ltatliu atl the I 'arrolll' ".*A believe. both thnluk anlolutely alike"
"Vlr. tlef are c'*rtulurl) charuliinig"
assented UMr Hardy. "but about Ihe
thinking. Jtoe. If lou will notkie. hbe
general) tilnks lrst "-Yloutb' Coum-
ipalos.

('haatIbrlaiun Cough KReiedy is
sold on a guaraaree that if you are
not satall8d after uisal tsoihtlrds of
Iotthl. according to dirertlouns. your
wioae) ill Lbe refunded It is up to
)ou to tr> Sold by all drugglist


SUI .~' 9 CARDS
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saundfma & ki:er .1cc 1 ..a.
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W. X. RAKER,
ATYO3NET-AT-LAW9
SOLICITR 13 CRACERT

&&IRESVLLL, Abm*Lua Cu...rI.,
'e Is Hap smma 3lwk

pVRDIWANWD BhYRK.
AT!OUNRY Al LAO


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m u se loayr $t66 fopyn) .a
p.e d sad mae ompUd). p pb".; .*
wwhii7w MW &am"s lams. ai-.: f'i-n
a III ~r OIrCIerfr uks. U*..~

I. a. CAILISL,
A17'ORNEY *1 LA%4
Lad isetsor a tm Lqis

a", Bele, OeveyaOe na a. .."
WWmi PNaa All buaineee pij I


IRANK LAUXI TMOS
CLARK &FELDNG
L&kWYERS
etMAatIs I. sal COMMna. Mat &Ma

C)Ofces Oaer Ganueve
Bank. %ainesville. Florida
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Cowr thMau, wa Brooks.
vil'r; P"- k Oc.a m&d be-
Fewil; Wet to buwanwm 54.
%rr; n..rtie to Alaerfia, High
sd Worthiaptom Spriam,
Cedar I a awl ad iuternmd.

2thii, PH(.IPHATI ININO,
TILS, SI AW-MILLS md PFARI
MSWMaW. dAmewe
be ofta.pi


As @drUalad ad the heat market
Ifor evrythta el. why Iat Ia yow
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THE PI'AiI'kSUN: (*AINESILYIII. V OIDb i leof(*J1NE 13 1:1119


LINCOLN'S STORY. DOIG TEIR DTY
It Cotlained a Lesson PF the Man
With a Crievance. cora af Iainseilir *,.a A.i
scm of 081"esyille Reaiderm Are


An old farnmr ,titwr c:i ',l at the,
W white 11laie und1I c0,411 .l|! ,I i tl Iit t he

to his lold ',. n lu Ih r m,1 | t Ilir,..
dent o huldti uri-" t It '. p r .lr'- r t,,

"llhy' my ht:ir i. r. ,


'I:tto', f l -r 1 uslt rC '1 I
coin blandly. "1 r(,' a thing. If tI 'i I i i r li l i;: i v., %4-
I should flind I irk i i.nli f r -t"lfve
tpre dent I.
The rallhr J ir:e'k l tl,1 it .' i e.- I.'-it





l t ca lle usil Ie' 1, 1,t4 ri : ,
4e i "tii l Y til m iiI .. :' t .
"'llhi. i. he '" r j 'i i .i li Ir 'l
dt-tat. (t .-li lit I,. 10 I I rI i, I.I l.
fnu of fold J:'.k t"in le 4111 1i! l'.l I-
"' i ee'. Jin k I k.i .- I,-, li'. ,- .a
brother- u I I he : : ..-I, :. :.:i i,
the ll11n, I- rii .r. : d !a *I .te ;,.
aid solwir asld thie s tl-.t r:ift-in.'i 4 oin
the strea'am. It was quite n IItlk ,t itake
the lo s over the rapidM., lt he' wal
skIllful with a raftr anl nln'ry k e'p
her stralsht In the chatrnel. Finally a
lteamer was put on. ai'6 Jack- hbe's
dead now. poor fello-w '-was i.lde
captain of It. lie always uOm to take
the wheel going thr<,uih th1 ral l41
One day when the boat was plurgin,.-
and wallowing along the lollih, cur-
rent and Jack's utmnot vigilance was
being exercised to keep it In the nar-
row channel a boy pulled htle cattall
and bailed him with:
"'ay.W M. Captain. I wsb von
emki lo#mn im wit m ilnto


Learnirg the Duty of the Kidneys.
To filter r t o- i,| 1- 'h ki.li

\. a 1 1 il to dlo this the k. l


I i iti i* ka
S IC .e I L ;i i






S''!olI hv : '. to d.-crilov hcA I 2.1


that I could not "at uI, orr doAn. I
)ia< also troulbld by rhe'uni:atism and
different parts of niy body htwanme
-tiff and lanif. A friend finally ad
ti. dl nie to try I)Klan's Kidt;:y. Pills
ind roucuriltg a box. I began their
ure. I am Riad to say that they lived
uli to r. pre',entalion.s removing the
paina and disposing of the rheuma-
tlhin. I can honestly say that Doan'b
Kidney Pills did me more good than
any medicine I had previously taken."
For sale by all dealers. Price 0
cents. Poster-Milburn Co.. BDaio,
New York, sole agents for the Uni-
ted States.
Remember the ame-DM'-- d
take no other.


w, .,mJn sto pyo .ur ,CTH C.TH O-OPERATIVE CONTEST.
I've Int my apple overbll.rd!
"Think that story over. my friend.
sad we If you can find any eoe In t S mi s 1ese That Are In the
It. Plan 'Which Will leaIs Votes.
The handsome pIanoa sad diamond
A LOVER OF PEACE. r in to be gives away n the Co
e Had Dld Oinin n the WaOperative Contest will be the grand.
to Abel War. eat distribution of prses ever oRered
"Men talk sincerely." once mid W. In Alacha county.
T. 8tead, the great apostle of peace. Parties trading with ay of the tol
"a htt loving ome another, about the lowlng store will be given beo vote
Universal brotherhood of man. and In for every penny spent:
the ame breath they amert that It is Galneville Purnlture Company.
light to burn and maim and kill to furniture; Phifer Morris Co., cloth-
war. They are pot so logkcal as a in and furnlahins; Galnesville Hard-
young colored recruit who served n wre Co.plmb and hardware;
ware Co., phlwrblng aid hlrwlre;
the hilppin This young man a Mrs. T. McCoik. millinery; W.
the end of his initial engagement was T McCormick. mllllery; W.
hauled before hbl captain. M. Johnson. drugs and medicines; L.
"'*o you ran at be firat ire, did C. Smith, shoes and jewelry: Mrs. R.
you? sid the captain scornfully. Wilson. dry good and notions; Saun-
"'Ye, sh. an I'd a'ron sooner. m bh. ders & Earle. groceries and feed
If I'd knowed It wua comln'.' stuas; City Bakery. bread and pastry;
"Have you no regard for your rep. P. y. mith, fresh meats; Crawford
tatlon. Calboun"
"Mab reputation bal't nuin to I Di. livery and sale stables; The
me. ah. ',longlde o' riah life.' un. printing and publishing: The
'*The captain smiled and twirled hill rown ifoure. meals and lodgingm ; N
mutauche. Here was an Intelllient Franclico. Hanana House. fruits. etc.;
young man. He'd talk him over to tbe Eddlns Mfg. Co.. lumber and building
right INint of riew: materiall; Standard Fertillzer Co..
"' *ven If ru stnhcnld hloe Cyour life'. yf. :.,. r.
Calhoun. lie siud. 'you'd l sve tile wut- \'tes a ill t Il ven on all ordtra
Isfaction of kitm l;li : that you bad job rioting at The u .
died for your country.' ,and on suhscrlptionR as follows:
"'Wot s.aisfartlon could da;t l* to and on subtrlptionIia follows:
mne. snh. when de power o' feelln' It The Daily Sun.
wua gate dt $1.2 three months subscription.
"i"Then patriotisn mweans nothing toS


you r"
"'Nfin. sal. I wouldn't put mih
I nr- in de sale a nlu any government
dat elIwr existed. for nuo ovtrrrnmni:t
oeulhl rlepil:iee de olosa o' lnw'
"'*'alhouti. If all soldlers % ir. I !,.
ye-u the worhl's ;L'ov'ernmient 14 a-ii d t il
so to .ievre- ,
** *10* \1 i~ht -*
lil ,!, ,Jh riiT il~i d ', I r- .


old subscrtiewru. ZOW vtne'o; new sube-

$..,. .Cil a nmututh-' ubacrjijtieen oh!o
ulbcriter. 1.2100 votles; new sub-
m'rjIe-r,. 1,7,041 %ot eg.
$5, one -ear's sii-uhcript ion. old sub
cri s t:1 % (it 2- :


. for. If !t1I r..-ilieru a li z 1 ;",er a itclub of fit (e- -,.ar tl-crip
dere c.ouldnl't nelwr tL no ftgl.tl:i- tiol* il .ore. I' o lh'cl k aitnoim. A11m
--- -, I'.1 *1#it I, old oluibcrilr. :o i-.0
T!i Last Straw. l\,Is, nea. ulbIcrilwrs. :;:.'iM votsr .
vepr tlimie I gl~e a party." cried For a club of te'n lix month.' .uh
dli ',- r;iratge-d lioo tt>ss.. "I row I'll scriptilon ie l fore' 1I o( : ', k -ine h
r il 'i alnther. lout I've deckled AuI 1. e,., ti. i .olid -s nrl, r'u. ::..19t1 o
tItue .- to ore for me. It's tbe
.i a tei. n<*w ui h( ri l). ri ;.....i*"*u olt( r .(
,i ul~ the rugjs a;ud italn Ul T1~ri i 0T lilitr lhe nui li r iof
rinldiilht tind getting dlw.isen- iclib ct ach cotclatnt imay sbciur'.
notices userv.d ,l lteon tlhe bet The SemiWeekly Sun.
iling. or leaving clg;:re.tte ashest* !l
the finale'. for tu:e ti .clal ul. ..r 1 one' yar' sub. rliittun. ,
iriug the WHelsI raltilt from oile lelo t
,f the flat to, the *tither. lut whe-l Fur a club of fle one year subbcrlp-
r-d chebeked miani sits ou niav ,lanuo .(lou-. i \ot, s.
\ i itn hi L ilvre- a limltailoU of I' F r c u of it ( fl-.- oi. i r
:! :i r clutl.C J. teniud I halea t io wu t( a i l,1 ,.e. i*..** oi .* s.
f to I.:tLe I) 11 ll e There Id no It to the i r
l:ivy that's IIbe alout all "-Chi There t unit li r
lit"tr al iof club c.th llat. cont.t at milay .h.i
illustrious Barbers.
.l11 nil in%1.114. s lt whouj we are
,l.',e fq, III' of hIf lll eng!iNb A R TR IA


Ie'ts. I ,,1 hi- .ii l'er I- i |'i*aIll
face- I'trr. -h I lia'r ltu tel e'tff e'
intlo Elglainil lDr. J'h'.i t ilor, albut.e
-l iIlurut 'lvie n, ('-r IA C-. iiUn l inu Ht
iaul';. Jean l IeILIll.tI te l:.'l,.I Il i 'ut
awl i-llhorrr'r; J.-i i-,t rai or, m-rotar)
of thul r utlh e-. Iulb l< Lr llt rlert
loiniraiw vt tlw illuair.,ttd L ,ndn>
Ne" s, Aliatni fl liAii i tle 'l i ll
Lx iherdn." ILordl i bulicll' r uug4i-n.
Lril Titil'rali. Jerteuiy Tu)lhr and
BlilIt tI he I iiw-ll-.l r tf the o 1ira "'a'r-
awuI." were born uandl bred aud werr
trailed in bLrlers' bolle. Londoo
Notes and Queriwe

utlulm an- I undertand. sir, hat yL o
e gan life as ar nwsboy) at of
Ibkr Kantas-1 IMt soa 'Mb


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('hanbinrltlu'. Stonialh and I.Ia.r
Tahlers aill brace up the nerves. ha
ilh sick headache. prevent dte|oud
enctv ald Iavilorate the hole ).t Im
uld byall aU ulti.


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".rf t*, ; Ie C is u- tl1 ie-. tat
h li l I la. I I 1. ,f It 1l
tle -, '') h1 al t l t,*'li,' 6l it;-
i-,*ilr o ; I l I I t ll t. tt. e I tin. i ll
if it i* .
At l-l.t l iK llllit-,ll t %urI' of it --
'elteag ou it" 'e rdI lltaltd.

To ai rinoull r,..ul tuak,'
'olhe -' KI'tliie l te,'Un dy at (I fit ,-
"igii of killti ori blaidd, r oui h i lhit k i, ii ttlin ir irri f il.ta i
Itl (Chau i i i i&a d youa I'ill ioli KIv
si1 ('Uiiiii aikli Fa il.-) Kil
ti- t R.'il' to1,11)" J W M
Typewriter riUbbos flr sale at this
.ce. The belt on the market. Only
**ontv fiv ceut All colors and for
Aso on all standard alheilaes
some article that i alamply "tI the
say" at your hoem might, If adver
Usid. be aold to seie who i s us
Imaly looking ar &&I


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A LETTER PRESS.
It Was a OIet larglil, bwt nH KAno
It Too Late.
4()n, oElf the m ,,kvr% hi.; .l |It n \i
h! lt 'ii-i: I ill Ii :,o. tl l '0,: I %. ',- i Ie I, 1





ell"11 n(t to taken 11r? :
pu l .it .l i f a htalr i rl'a ',.r ii
u l t0 i 4l '.i 1 I' r i h ti l ii' I, 1 .I ra

Ilinl nie Isi .ire c irkl l'e
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AI1nt you had tw**e- i:rt..il Ili i-on
letters not to letdge )ourlft
"I tolld my lawyer tha t ite rc rIn*t
"an. It wale a letit lis r-, a""






coune.ilon with matrimonyy"
"But Iwhe the s it ca W to trial f 1
'ited overall I iort tt'r In wic I
ili'h her, I lpUiiteed Mij liHt ... ., il -I.1
suet Iae fuetr breah "itf rC<:tt-..i' "





$2 "lit you adr tweiken airt.l YI air.i
letters uot to l(ledic~ jourit'f."




"a t cold y lawyer tboht utlit Cotten'
exhihIt one slngle Iovlng siitence Idt




any of my le t $ and L d c-at o y hrlit
cteuiinef'iou with matrlion'y."

"But whim the sit came to trial she


excited oaaer fo wrtt ers In which I
II was p agai d If tb te teOrne
me dow., and the Jury awarded her

sad I could have bought that letter
prs, for 97 and had cop*e of my let-
tens as fat Ha written and kuew what
I was up gaa at the ond. Greet
bargael, ente-grlet bargaln. ad yet
I turned It dowl."-- lt ore Awmerl
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THEATRICAL STARS
Geme Fameus Oq That OtAWd em
the VwrMy Sae
rdwi DBooth was tI his yo er
days a member of a ilstrel eomlpeay
sai, unIes I am stakes. appeared
n some of the variety ahow of that
purld. Be Hied to bacobeo oe- f the
most obe and digied ITgure of his
day as well a one of the mot dstl.a-
gulsbed actee that the Blith speak-
n *stage b ever kown. Joseph Jef-
fer ee als e a mistral I the early
purt of is career, and prior to that he
ad is sater, both m e chlldrn. bad
beeo wont to portrm eo Boston Cm-
mo and pass th t amog the b-

Lotta was knao In tl mimnaw
camp of CallrnIa and tI the early
variety theaters of San Pra cMao lo
before se came eat In the diztle to
win money and fame-"a dramatic
cocktail." John Brouaham called her-
In the legitimate house of Broadway
William II Crare u.ed to play the
t ...-' :-in 'n n w idIrt-- milnstrel
coilaSny. Nat Goodwin,. I.illlln lVot
ell and lln. Irwin came to the front
in the early elgltlebs at Tony I'astor'*
theater. Mr. Goodwln gave Imitations
of popular actors and lvred to twrom(c
an extremely I#populnr actor bhituslf
Mlt Irwiln's retnirkable humorous
glfts wern' liotvan Ia the cotlnl'Itsed
rersionxti f (corr'i' 'j"'rn. thlnt broniht
Mr. Pantior's elntirtt:iiiiln lntsl ti o a tl and It Uw-i I en ie' 4f ttl.es that 1. i.&s
llue.llI lleaeild linto fatlue it a lkr:ghi
nl-lAt.--Jniinte L. Ford In M!iU lure'
lMagazliie.-

('Coldl that hang on aceakeni the
IIlloi.ti lutio l aiiid develop into) c(.in
-utlli t' ii Folb lou, y an i 'r r
uti .'- iI'r: -( i.t ('ltciOh. that re-fu -'
lto .c ld to, other treAtmt'l.t. I nlot
.Ix-.'rintiit wlth untried rerniedelh a
d~el:ay nlay rc~iult In your cold set(
tling on 3our luugs. J. W. McColluni
a (.o.

Getting at the Truth.
At twent:,- three he tbhouibt fate' was
making a l*|cial effort to ker-l, blhil
dow.
At thirty-lfve tbe hoeuleht bIN" IIIJ'.i
bare dli,,l art-ut Ili.luj. If bIM a Iir' L.ld
not Ie'ihI l) i h n hiiaratlld ani
At farty het Illel he wlit ,ukIl thi'**
bween a 'rret it:Itt If hi e'hillairela hli1l
ntI uOnde It itl+-1 r)ary fir himnt to cling
te, thile. iure tlilia'N .
At fifI) he v :," I, |iltilve that thlire, I
a-l n t I -': l. i y aeinlbo t hllii nilt lih .
|Irt( l IIf l* I ll. I n i h i
At hlx^s lh I* disalt't (** n i li0 es11 is


Tbh
eat a


rich
*'pur
Icxgf
poss

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FKiES EVENT UI
read. Pie and Cake you
should be nutrltous. The
t four, mixed with pure
milk and baked In the
ity fashion.' make our
s the niost delicious It is
bible to produce.

EYSTONE BAKERY
65. R. T. Schafer, Pro.


Miss N. Norton




Suvut~n, Shee P~ctmre

41d Picir Fins.....


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P. 0. Drwtr "W." Wi* lhosM No. 241


N. II. COX, Consulting Engineer

sives Alof ndMftM&iga keim e. Euuaes.PlMe
Specimse d Ge S CNNe "Flow by Coop"bul
~Y~Y ft*" MmL lb 'o- i )IFuL-C


i"111,1111d aTehIus. Drahing and Ouphratig, Bltwprrd Fees.bas
r -.,A rile te ('tr.nalaru. 'ewetnlte-tie,, i. Ilairs.-unuouai p"UlilerUis tl e Use .
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TO THE TRADE ONLY

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OLDEST AND BEST



BLOOD PURIFIER
We have never claimed that S. S. S. was a medicine t vorl
wonder, nor one that would cure every physical ailment or dilordr.
More than forty years ago it was placed on the market and recommended
as a blood purifier, and today, after a long and successful career, nd
when its use has become almost universal, only the same honest cla
is made for it-that it is a cure for those diseases and disorders aris
from an impure or polluted blood. Time makes no mistakes and th
very best recommendation of S. S. S. is the fact that it has stood a mlo
test and is now more generally used and has the conAdence of a
greater number of people than any other bood medicine.
The blood is the most vital force of lif; every orga, nerv,
muscle tisue and inew of the body is dependent on it for nouritomem
and strength, and as it circular teronoh the syse, pure d r b
furnishes o these dlirenA members t-h-h pepw I"
preserve them and enable tem to
perform W teir variMo duties So M. .. .aLL .
lon as the blood remains fee fro n aftriMM tma
inecton we re to e a ,M 10w Wea m mu e M ,




rils and mdo varlomus dit alo. SmeI W* Beme



ri g e Bay miadd. a bax *"memo
Inate *dar ton, w t m ie in-Om m-




CouMeul Biood PA
deepeted Mood a orders th wUacous w Ma
onde aI.M, or the nwem s boe m beud
the Crb ood m be e PMu Sed btbodtI a


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of the a rmesf- ar-d extace d m oe e nd bo
med curative aMity, and l dbeig f e alom I hreM mw
absolutely ask medicine for Hor old. & &. Poe d IM
circultion and removes mny every a -. w




poi. It a beses a ind emaie athe bMood and -o L P.
i nMy C n d aurlan it Sor e and lm%
C cr m ,dit A hettt lam ig00tAci0d lA d n l
^- C onItagio CIBoo S*-- Id morbl-od **a Is k :'i

Is the most relable ad a he male ath some* a p no an- 'II1 "
cine for dth b ddose blood has beJ om we a ad ho mu vi
Anemi, Malrm orr osome -'er si -Sw l-- g -e.
A blood puris a epely ned edb i n dth Spmg dm 0n s
circuation of the ilmpitie s lh hrao a -IP d d-'-I-
abutln if e of Vinaer, and S. Slt Iboh mon rliSSb aid Mrl "e
good result. Book oa the I oo ad msll -diuA dvce b- e I
ale at all drug sores. 2B SWiT M9 1 IO


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,Cc tot *)te a while before the
-lal e r. M mAbo. who willfr



misv ML. V.d aftenrad pebleed
rItmam sad ma ae Dame mAd Mar-
toAotmm rtae to sped the u

ell. ter, with Od to ernem
di Salb Ttuseda, Sm 11th, 7:4"
to. Ret. oa Atebu avetm.
* p. i prgma arsae tar
the M" .O

-O from Tam*&.vbrm h heas
ber It w t past ote dayo Heo Co
be"e. mdged"aa series of MeUgS
ahwn Ie. q.Joe ae Shese and eot
wh mseoest.
L Lf Saaber and daughter. Miss
eIt Lemarrtism ave gone to
Cmae to spend a while before the
iw"l of Mrs. Uanbor, who will
uv e Me"i"y and afterward procatne
to ANpltkmi, W. to speid the sum
Omer.
An opportunity to buy an elegant
hom., sew, with all modern im-
provemets. on Atachus avenue. 26
per eat ee tha original cost. Cor-
eMt LAfrge & Welaberg, the new
real ete dealers. Office over OGaines
Otie Notimal Bank. Phase No. 374.


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Latest Arrivals


rm Wd I '33W CANOPIK
A u A fm ins w

inLLAMISOETIUOF LUP 103M
A 151 TASTY IuMAuOU 1

~-ais nma d mytiamg aw bs sa e omn UL


@r~aiord & Davis
s To* S. t6 Rag ad &M Piano Cosn


m nadhWeipumui h


--7- f ro.-


mm Danker


onday


Specials


J. W. weuvter ew Oaml was**

I y a to ml yeo property
* UOrw 5 r,.
Mrs Ca W. at Martcle left lst
d a ow Onlm 1r a eapMe of dar'
Mr Ua er bonon
J. I PLa t sad family, wbh' ha,
ben ta JartHootvie for a short wli;<..
resned boome yesterday.
Col. 1. K. Webfae left yesterdayy for
JekMomille to Jois the t ale troop
S@HrmIpedI se that city.
We have a speclative proposition
Ie dcity Ml aounmt csh re
quire. LAftme A Wetuberw.
I. M. n itty. wuo hla bees t
980h Cmt* O the past few days.
I* low* fme horse rewa.
Ieore to Na hem. yetr damy..

i M mto 0 Ish A e ^ tt s Lm t

1 ~hm. em te tpk rue
IMeOOF S a *~ tso 6N b seer at


are offered for Monday only mur h


.the difference.


b o w their real values -save


REMEMBER, WE CLOSE AT 1 O'CLOCK THURSDAY


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SPECIAL SALE


Rutfti'dl 1,i-lin Curtains, all th ir yrinnl
long a;uil in variety npattl.rns. Sc, 81.25,
$1.43 Pa. Very dt sirable for lbed-room
curtaiilm.
See the new Curtain Nets, I)tted Swiases




MONDAY SPECIAL!

Choice of any Wash Suit (two-

piece) or Skirt 14 ff.

You can't afford to miss these Monday


M TA SIAK
10 yaratl.4 onsd Bleachi g 8L. Is
worth 12 1-2c yatr
10 yards to customer.
Monday only.
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UilT SPECIAL
10yde. good Blech.
ing 7it. Worth lO
yard. 10 yardto a
eartome. Monday
only.
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EWVAL LACS
Just in.
Dainty patterns and
all qualities.
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.... .iE IN ....
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J. L. Stokes and daflhter. Min
Myrtle, of MLeaopy, were ashpplau
la th city yeatel py.
NlM ul-rooa madera cottage on
Orane street-a "ptk up"--$.e0O.
Coe quick. Lantige & Welabers.
Virglait PIe sad Cypress-48.0
areas mile and a half from railroad.
ConamIt Lrtigue & Weinbers. Ofice
over Gainesvlle National Bank.
Pmps are pretty ad dresy but
de't go wa yuur vacaus witheo
a pair of sesalble etords for walk-
lag. We have a splenad liae. L C.
Saith.
Mrs. 0. W. McCall, see Miss Maude
awis, arrived to the city yesterday
from Alaseba and will pay a short
visit to her father and sisters of
North GaOnesville.
One dollar Gainesville to Feruan-
dina and return via Seaboard. Spe-
cial train Tuenday. June 1~th. 7:45
aw.1m Returning. leave Fernandina
1i p. m Nice ilrograja arLr.giSd fo)r
the da.
Crictket Preltt. editor of The Wal-
do New., was in the city yesterday.
lie was accompanied by Branard
Hariey. they having come to pur-
chaae a supply of baseball goods for
h'e Waldo tvaii,.
T. Curry Mercbant, who has be-en
absent for the past several months
teaching at the Horner Military Instit
tute. Oxford. N. C.. returned to this
city yesterday. Before his arrival
here he visited Lynchburg. Richmond
and other places, but will remain here-
during hi. vacation Hlis many friend
are glad to ae.e hini.


Mimss Alama F inall of (Mlnelville
glam" ed through this city yesterday en
route from Hawthorm where sbe had
Iwtn to attend the' weddiug of Mis
Mildred Johnson to Mr Hbert Iake-r
of that plaft. Miss .Miliid f frm.r
ly 11%e" li tWaldo. erut-r eshe has
nan v frivoida who ctuaraluhitt her
vIlo hu r a1mrrifage'. W4alM6 Nt*
For )our ,urniner %a'Ation. rvv'Crva
un, ees't-Wt '#r .1e-Apmvi Iit V*irii
least i ~l .r& Thee iar ll -lit ti&al i4. I
1146 of t he". v ilikilw' s u bLidI:1
.16 1ai.' aret iLot irp.a(aI.- d b) i1)
n-oriugs lit ii 'irida. as attep-led tb)
leadius i'h .jiohljai of ( o ainv'I li III&
ipro elitients tcenil' couiletad. A,
uv% hwaiwindig IMKI wu Ii nfortable.
lath hiuA.ua Itrroua(IIing It thta'ouu
winItt l and pou l ruouls widl refresh
intculit -laud il ltouuect ion Acmuoniuo,
Intiuo.a st Hotel Worthington art-
fitrat-call-valy $7 per week. iMr
H I1. Lamub, Proprietrebs.
(Other a*Aa itemeson Page Tares.)


Our suits are all this season's
no held-overs to offer you.
OPTIONALL VALUES--


WILSON


m..w


5 Cuts Per Ui
eck tasert. obut no advertise
m- takl for leM tas eatsta. Six
er m-kL a lboe; ao tract& linam
vrwy wore ovwr eah s cor tLg as


an addltoral l U. CAbN an advance
mast aooampr y all orders for lser
a In tWe column

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-Lower Boor of red.
dence. Suitable for housekeeping
Apply Western Union offiLe.
FOR IUNT-Olte six.rouom anid two
fie roou cottar.es int South Gaines
ville Apply to Coffin Factory office.
FOIL tINENT -N,. l rtimaNi (cot(la. .Ail
iiaLoxerl i olr eoti t.'n(aie s. 2'*iS iK. C urt
stre-t. Apply ) A. IA. dbe.ttr. J*.,
-v' l'French PI'tano Htore.
-(S YVF01 C1O )
1OK IENT- Five-room cottage on
lock tnext to square; city water.
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveoleaces. Apply at this
office.

FOR SALL
'01t 8SILE-New sIl-room two-ator)
house within two blocks of square
Apply 407 W. Maonic stree-t.


FOR 8ALE OR RLNrT-i-eFlroom
house lu South Oala%*tille; lot 262
by 200 ft; con\.itienat :iar adit! etai
blew*' A:i'l l t) ;. .: t *.a ra. P 0
Ito 273.


MONDAY SPECIAL
2. pic Falncy l\\'ite
G.ood,;( 1 and 2*


M1,I-


dlay only.


MIAT SPECIAL
White and Colored
liinenes and Wnai
Suiting,. Our 12 1 2
and c15 value* Mott-
day only Ik Td.


MODAT SPECIAL
1,000 yds. Fine Tor-
chon Laces and In-
sertions. worth up to
12 l-2c-Monday at
4C TId.


MTEMCK PATTERS


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PFOR SAIL
FOR SALE -Typewriter ribbons. both
copy and record. 75 cents each.
Sun office.


SALESMEN WANTED.


ISAL ESMAN WANTED to sell to gro-
cers, druggists and confectionerL;
$100 per month and expenses. Calk-
foruia Cider & Extract Co. St. Louis.
M lsouri.
WANTED-MALE HELP.
W VATED Men to learn barltr trad,;
few weeks it.-quired; I4 t Ia::'.
work wlthini the re ach o)f ioor iliai;.
can have IIsop with i-niall capitall.
wagesa from $12 to f", t .tkli?; ,..
derful demand for barLtrs Cata-
losRu mailed free. Moler llailer
College. Atlanta. Ga.


AGENTS WANTED.


AGE:NTS $o::.:, p-.r month is ur
The money ade a -lling our iiate ir
ed -.ci,,orn and I.)IN other paltilt
ed articles a t'ni s- ageunt. V C
Git .,;., r.... ; al. :.. houia.
t leare*-A S1: ,.', you caua do it <,
show )ou how; free outfit. Thoun.
Mft. '.. 2.21'4 Haruen Blo'k. UD
lon. Olhio,
MEDICAL.
di r. K kESTORATI\E for lost ma
hood Satilfactlun guaranteed -
aumey refunded; 0Wc per bottle
Hold by W. M. Johauo


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OAINKSVILL1L. LOHIDA


Capital, $100,000.0(


Surplus, $4;),000.00


CONSERVATIVE-P--ROGU; ESSI VE


We take lleaoure in ,laciag o'r LacilitUe at yoar di|lur mail ail will ti
pliatwl to hlave yolu wriUte r call on us if you conleuplate Oloeningii itiwr
a checking or uarin accIunt.
-FUtI' PERt CENT AI'AI IN or(i HAVIN s DEPARTMENT-


JAN. )d. (gralimu, h".
I' lialr'l. ~4-


H. 1. Taylor, ('eals
I ow Graham. Am1 C&Ok.er


No marked-up-to-mark-down -ucs ,t \WILSON'S. Bonafide values


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