Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 15, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01698
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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BECAME PRESIDENT o o, ,o--,o o .,o,,o

Fr Years the Graas Ha Covered s Al s Fr- Chairn Knapp Says That better

tttM Grave at vreae, Tenm

Retati"tts Re"ult etwmn "lm-
pleyes and knlYer.



fifgty Thfusm l kr fWr M"g r Ex.

perheU^ Staa Mam SctMce hript I

One of the most dramatic career
na American history was recalled to
memory by the formal dedication in
Oreenvlle, Tenn., on Monday last of
the national burial ground which
ears the same of the seventeenth
Presldet of the halted States--
Andrew Johases.
For thirty-rve years the grass has
covered his almost forgotten gra e
in this quiet little village of the dead.
Around him on every side loom the
peaks of the Ble Ridge. But not
less rgged were the angular outlines
of his checkered life. For there was
much in his character which suggest-
ed an intimate resemblance to his
native mountains.
Pate was both kind and cruel to
this extraordinary man. At Itimes
she stroked him with a glove of vel-
vet. Again. she scoured him with

this gentle daughter of the Tennes-
see mountains, who guided his awk-
ward pen. and taught him to unlock
the treasuries of his mother tongue.
be was soon able to discard the local
Moreover, his ambition was Bred.
He gained admission to the bar; and
from law he turned to politics. He
became an orator of national reputa-
tion and an oracle of consummate
wisdom. His fellow-citlens were only
too proud to honor the man who had
overcome such handicaps; and sus-
taininl himself with splendid credit
In the State Legislature. he was sent
for eight years to Congress.
On account of the sharp issues of
this period be naturally developed
some opposition; and. knowing how
strongly he was Intrenched In his own
district, an effort was made to defeat

a lash of scorpions. She lifted him to him by gerrymandering the State.
the very highest round of the ladder But be boldly met the challenge by
of fortune-giving him the officesuccessfully making the race for Gov-
which was filled by the martyred Lin- ernor of Tennessee; and later he was
coin; but she made him shoulder i- sent to the Senate of the United
cross of anguish and walk the ".'; States.
Doloroa." The gathering war clouds found
It is doubtful if there ever lived him an emphatic unionist. Because
a man who was more signally honored of his stubborn resi.etance to seces-
or more bitterly reveled than Andrew .ion and his -entiment of his State
Johnson. upon the issues refused to acquiesce
In the long line of Pre-.ide-,t.s reach in the majority of the conflict, he
Ing from Washiingtols to Taft. he is ias apl::inted by Mr. I.ncolu In
the solitary exception among the occu- 1 >62 War Goverior of Te-nnesmee.
pa: ti of the Ftederal white house to EIentt tended to make him the mos'.
It- :rraigned Ix-fore the bar of the conspicuous figure- upon the Southern

.1 te on o an Isue of imNl-who3'hlenit.
i : a single vot. he- **.r i; ,I (the
Ir.i ,d of comiic l tioi
I:ir w mnu:.t Ie.ar iin i.iiid the \ i
I : i palsions and tih,- libcliri nsl,-
a -. *-' rstaaindalii which \. \ 1 the, turb-
i ra oif rconitri(a to ri
T' r.*- wa it I' I111 f \I r ( :.**i 1:

Shorizon i Rlepublican politics: and
theiin the larty met In national on
> mla\c in l464 he receiv d the nomina
I!on for V'ce-Pre-ldenl.t It ia- an
*(fort to, eake n the arm of the C(,n
f le-ra' land to ) in convert, from
ite di- (Jiad i (anip f l ixie following
the. di.-a.- ttr :at (; .lrtt a mrtr

I1., 1Ilcueccl Ito aeimnitt (If 0 :I:1i I- 'Iheni m irn 'he- :o- :-is- -hc- Ini

WASHINGTON. June 14.-Particu-
lar attention has bees directed re
cently to the work of the board of
mediation, created by the co-called
Erdman act, by the strike of the ire
men on the eorgia Railroad. 'ader
the law, either party to a controversy
on a railway doing an Intertate bust-
ness. may appeal to the board of medi-
ation with the idea of coftilromlsing
the difterences.
In discussing the work of the board
of mediation. Chairman Knapp said
yesterdayy :
"So far as I can observe the results
of the settlement with which I have
been concerned have been the restora-
tion of even more friendly feelings
than previously existed. It has hap-
pened. when a settlement has been
reached. that all unkind feelings have
disappeared, with the result that the
relations of employer and employee
have been more friendly. more self-
relwectful and more considerate of
each other than they were before.
"This contact with certain phases
of the labor question have led me
to believe in the economic value and
the public benefit of a high and ad-
vancing standard of compensation to
railway employees. I do not hesitate
to voice my desire to see our rail-
roads make earnings which will per
mit them to pay liberal wages to an
ad< -'***c ri,""'i- .r f r,.:',uet.unt me n
not rin tlen'cauise' I t-lie've they d*-
itrve it. but let-( :au of the influential
e1; uf > r'.etts in public" -rIr leve ujsnl
lhe- V;ag. Iaid i i e~-i grade of
lIritat!' cai loanIa li-it. land Itmeauhe that
,, !,, .. I tianal, hIille .. will piroImote
ie r., 'I r and lha -r c if tall
hia I ,1l,, of our co intrn.'"

au effort it di.gra' limi I)N ? jertx*(
o if iIiwt I i lt I. llt.
'J'ia e ;9 1- ..u.i I.;. L ttr.5 Ju

I it'-Iiil i sl H 11l I .ltiure w JonSh
l.c kili the declui g allot ka- ast Albr aha UIa 1:a ol tI v -- -1aef **II t<,k I il t11. i. 11. A rewm Jo t", -
i:: .1 dicial mnwt- rai' : .. i t Ioa of a Inaadmann. ias reimo\le-d from ,
IIo \ r l h .';mllt r,., 1,il !!. hl .t (* l r lllll
v iil 'llt ibelir i lind ol th. f:,,litu ,f tie pItublic stage and Andrew Johnson
Slt Jt w l ', i. lre.t.I l w 1itllli tiwt I 'alil ;
Itl de.fen-idant h;i- rae i as- i5cstorn illo office by Chibef Jus
Iul (%'iciKr, .. w s ,I. ii1,(1.t upon declaring
h r h a, thieln ti ti w lthout tIh I'nion. until
it i., h lh lii lpl.- !! 1,; coimt. In Tilte ta:lor of(, Crv iim\illt- had twcc It i. l ill i i hf I. cet I n The- t:ihlr of ;fretl all.- had h lecm It he t had ratifl-d the. ( onrlitut ional
i. the rr of th etao'rl r the Presid t of te I ited t allindmlents and l allowed Ithe un-
wian w without I-ig tiliprt-e.-s'd awith -- seltomei, pill of liegr -uffrage-.
tihe- opelortaiiil-- for di-tiictioh which Itut he wa, de.stii-ed to lpa a i e i t-he light of sub.~,e-uent de lop-
ale offered hl our free ttiltiirtlr- to ',rhbitant Irice- feor the- Pre-sideitial i s Ithe, option of Adrew John
lhi- lery humuitblctt outih in the- land. honorsr. 1 san no longer IMlepul.r Min has be-n vindicated
at theh South bt-caue- of his allowd When he lft the Preldential c-hair
horn of obscure- iarenltalge and hred determination "to make tIreain ill 5thi h a, in teu porary political
to a .:nual labor, thin man of the peo odiou7." Yet it was the umoderatlionl .-. .

pIle I 4-an life In the role of a village- of his policy toward the South which
taller He% as> ignliolnt of the cotr aroused the enmity of his jsarty In
nimo rudiments of an Enilishb duca Congress. hbich resulted in the atro-
tiou. But he chots the right ouwaian c4lous military pleasure of re-onotruc-
to tx- his belptmett. and thanks to lion and ahich finally culminated in

Cotton Crop Acreage


Less TI

NI'1I% MLEANS .1-11. 1 11

VI I e .11 .1 A .i A

kjl 114,A P
IL 1 14 'A I

..C .& aI
~1 i m i t

e-'lipl-.. Twice hc was adfeaed f or
public office-flrst for Governor of
Tenne-aee and afterwards for United
Staten Senator At last he was bon
ored with the toga Iut his health
sas broken; his brow ans furrowed.
hls head was bent. Andrew Johnson
was no longer the same man.; and in
lth' ther- ad of TreultslLe pres-d
the nerve-less boasum of the old

TALLAHASSEE. June 14.-The ap-
propration bill which has been sared
by the Governor coatals a clause
appropriating money for the higher
Institutions of learntng This clause
was carefully considered by the Gov-
ernor in the presence of a joict meet-
'ng of the boards of edweation and
< ntrol.
It was only after an exhaustive ex-
amination Into the deeds of these In-
stitutions, during which Mr. Bryan,
of the Board of Control, was called
upon to answer Innumerable que-
lions, that the Governor, In the pres-
ence of the two boards, signed this
Law LSoeel.
Mr. Bryan asked for and after
some dccuuslon. received for the
Board of Control authority from the
IHoard of Education to establash a
law school at the StL-ae Univerelty.
This is not to be done immediately.
however, but plans are to be perfected
so as to he put into effect as moos
as practicable. As the study of law
is considered a ap(cal course. the

staUdet la this leprtmet wi hbe
neald to pay a mal early e.
The establishment of a 1aw depart.
meant In the UnDlveraly has ea a
pet Mea of Mr. Bryas'e 1g a-
time, M heb was mwaaler peaed
that his appeal te d ard of se-l .
tion met with eb readm respn .
Meeting with the ears were: Dre
Marphree, presldet of the Uaver-
vity; Dr. ward C meaB a-demt
of the Woma's Collal, mad Prof.
Rolfa. director of the -Wperi-mnt -aO
tion at the Italvertly.
Later the pars"l of Cemmdlmer
of State Instltutios t a i gt see-
atam with the Bar t Ofuetl ma
tn the distributom thy am f d th
amoaa unts IM tme Mof
the Unlversity eW y themdaal dd
was voted to the ereetn a new
buildni for the ae of the
perlimetal Statism. d 4e It o
departmeut ofe steesm
Mr. Bryas aked thsl _--.--
as belng very ar--E t- -aa ld r
thee bulldia g yM V 9M1 aAter
tba the need Of 4- wmOl-S
buIlding r tI e Ir 0 S

had better roads we eouM et more reeetly. b t me t M eN bM
of our surplus crops to the markets. much over a sgali of jMy.
This calls to miad that there wr AnyoIne this Ma~ie- v who
a lot of promise mae last yer ass b t ea gb oTr eal beM me
about im;ro% llg roads In the east *ad Wa. Aalms betweM w d tM
if the county. but so far the roads morahil of the Ifth. as he ie gtUg
:ire alitot the pame as they were. p a herd of abot W be to -ad

Only n lilt'. wore. The East End
e,-n(r'ally i- feeling ans thougLh there
is suomnethlnc due them In the say
,f te-tter roads. lpeerlally a little
more hard-aurfaced roads.
Mll-s Hall of Oringe Helghts has
Iee*-n sIp ndisg omine time here as the
lest of Mies Clara Thomar.
R. R. Romborough of Jacksonville.
lnil-Led through h.ere and made- a short
l'l r-t' i th.i

to JacksoavtUe.

High Scheel Needo Tu Pim n
The High School neds two er
,lanos very badly. Owe morem Is a
absolute necessity. Wit a Nttle
more Interest maifolsted by 1t
friends. the school wil win the
IlurPkhlm piano. The plano wIl be
jan Indirect tweeaft to everybody I
the school wins It IIf the school has

On the '-'it, liust Mr and Mrs. I 't, piano. the public wllU be th ; ,
'Z, roiKr wetre made happy bh the for a pi, o must them be purchased
arr!al () It (;r.e.n cul the tent r.b tree whih the school to win. bestr your.
-o far re.ivrted this year. The tree self. Cast your votes for the se^hol
sas a large, slash pine growing on and request that your frelds do Uke.
l e e*dgKe of (uru Root %waspl and it ais,.
contained about 1., gallorus of honey -
The cality in the tree sar- in places The wat ad. Go amre real e~t
fm rtee-n iliches In diameter rl iI tbualsese thaa all ether behW ks
or cight f-e.t long and was completely blued4--l tels t, "Vtar" -Iet of
full of fnle combn honev. Tbh re have th, h b man that tfte robere
hben I.- #-ral bee trees cut near bere aIIga ak.***

Of Special Interest to

Dealers in Stock Feed

tael-cIaiiti"i TAI.LAIIAl.CH:K.. June- 14. A tihere- i.silda. I %hereby reasrmed and e-
St Then came the years of forgetful- t. blushed
|hi wmase-l ren to e- sonicc uaiunderstanading lishe.d:
l oil .on olonda)y f eAIt week test concern in the application of our A.ll kind gratl onlliting of tw
Ithousanid Ie-opl, fl ocke-d Into Ureun. 'ti-. k fIe-,-t las s it appliedsg to rlird eoil
S* ".Mied Fed or "Mixed Gral."
villa. to do hlani hoaliae ()er all the f.e.ds." liil the i. liixturel it coip.lo o -dw ,d I hall b"ear the chemliai analysis
I That (C.tiral "'I.l-s- Ip ai lhoutl a coittry roads the 0 ageas btgan %at o, ,ilfA r.ait gral,. the following ruling a- provided la Sectlo 3. Chapter
S,1 eli, 1 r,, r(+ Ith h;iI f 4,f I t ile -il. ll a da l re-ak to ra, e ta, ,ti l. t lh l.. ioun ol thi. d-parlt...le t on nmiled l ratid t ;12. Shall also tate the lia reldleat
or Ju ... x ne ba a..ay b a of t ,. t T h N orth a th r. T h e o o ua a. w h
I I .. (ir dlffl ( icult I,, i(iis ig l ijo )# t h Itiv nltllut Twih Ih r A l A Id el u a -o rrd oofl % I,
S. the prolUortlon by wellt of th
Si!,.. et-. ai.l aI .I the fartnie.r- ,I iil oI ,r bliit- ease a i-.pk. ii Andre-w John iMuling en Miaed Grain. Itrlusa graIinl there No double
.1 i, i I Hi X .,el r.talt ,oni l a uli p n Ui t hIe- l i, atlal i -At Alte nt lll is i; I -llhd tee Ientlion II or stale grai es of per easts will be
I i., i.e i. rA.ll Aliiiilt. ih-ltlhat, l. I 1ii0l.t t;. CliI.i,. I s .* -. *r :.- I l s of Florida Arts allol ted. such as 10 to 48. 30 to .
-, i, 41 li ,sAl of the- S t -t --ll, o" slid C('hat.r .*.;. I Acts of *(tc The- n alllaun amount of the
S 1i I st l.te i.l'-artuati- f Aekl WINDSORO ITIMS. ,.. airriieded relatlig to "Mtied haoi,- or iriiwilbl ilngrediest of the
r .:I r i t thlp ti, elirii.- i.i ---- I hi hlih ilul hid ,all mield griv i ,-e d e sIh#*ee. ualitium Imr c-at or
I h .' I1: 1t t the-re- i, l I. % I 1e 1 lt 1 ,h. 1 em I a I* i lI -. 1 I .. 1 o, if JiliKa ., I. No allmoi, f th inllllilre added must
I,#, I l ie -i ,eidl tId4l 4 i .offPli s a .le, ri e., Ih ,.1 1 Ii, 1 1 Ili t#L b I iitl. it S1ta >* Ill ll t i ure .t I, Ia, ft, I. ( I inn (the a of
S ft, ,..a re.at- of e i. t .a r I liI i i,. Ileea JIe I af-t i e E. A 1 1I O rts li-i.tr 4t &f -i i, ,ti 1. r.- iKaua not tope
1, ', 1 I- ilt l h1 ,- rl i t 1 .. 1 ., t t,,e i ..- fl I l ),l eA1 -, I Adlll r e oei e.l i, i l l i l 1. #- ( ro. A ,A ,,f nu stl r law ..
S i ,,i, 5*,1 i .at pall .&g. ii i I II. i ..- Kl- I .... ..I ... ... 1 il i I. harl ,, Iti, l. is -, call' na ged o
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mo wa
on so cum' U"

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iai w

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W~kou was tom&w
m taoobutvraw

sm b au Gl"

ojk"! bow Dowae -some s
I.i toet bu to I
amo rhm*L me a w

%CII .Y huIJ Out wha they
i AW em me OebIs
u ownk bma was1 the
oil* b.V o e lo t"at bhe
vu*3b goo$&*% ads vwwIdut

0 am* m huI. W. fslmpsn
Stam*booma al

L & to* f Abgm wMimln rw
dc o wftamee t 4es e. hi
m oo= -.le mmbl meIag. bs

LI'. jblm d meelew
4-,.W "" w lw -Imbm" "

"s woulwo now= um wmtn
db anwasm at 4 wdewL rbis
AN oe was" Ekes" Swung "dI (I
60 #A is Westto'uL.bt

we do so ebw af dm yher pil
1~ IssOWee DeWitt's Utlv
ab..s Nofaminelittle lUvor
~' t and ure b
wa Vsa tml. sewd by al

a& s ub to "aOswamoo
-Io f II"kdam erm. ethy.
b 60eOr Yuwfuv ma wo

mw on of to am anofawldo





They are heavily insulated
sad are spledid ice-evers.
old oak case, woven wire
ve, heavily easted with
boek tin. The hardware
e of the heaviest, made of
bwe and fMll nickel plated.
O 0sateed to give atisfc-
alo. Call and ee them.

Imns -I e. a .

M l ithe iy dao the wee

OiM ae a w e ,tant im ad
11 1at0M of a* l uftus"s...M
am -k hwe as o a Ae il mese.
m om a: ay be to IM thm
em aOae "jt s -
Sfwm reoiMt at merit adR

to / e eajr Iuf 1i asd liby:
R1aee ee. Nfatb mnde of aso
en as". u AW t Uia e at D8"t
dar ameW o aue tse amtt Cey
ad b.Wa, erw8 e al was. T t I
welll bt tbwe, reumtsIe
db 3obJno Sd W1W7 dt.
M A rWal f WItt's Idnery
Md afltv IPMi ts e1l s to mw
kM 7 bw -"M a" S8"d
wo -e toK KQLOm. DeW &Co..
mOW lra fee rWW bx.They
- sOld her. by all d111 iat

Lyeeum eoure,.
To the Patros of the High School
Lyeoum C urse: I beg to submit the
l6owilag s ePot of the receipts and
MiIeb-meats of the Lyceum Course
for the stas n of 19,i and l1spt::
Received from sale of season
tickets ..... ...............$!5,..i
Daor receipts of the ten attrac-
tinD ............. ......... 3 ..'

Total ........ ..


Paid Temple Male Quartette..l
SOteotaso Glee Club .......
P "Te Days" ............
Pai Edwint rush ...........
Pa Dr. James Hedly ........
Paid Ros Cran .............
Paid ChristIne Oli n Comunpar)
Ptid Reey's Boys ......... .
Pad W. Powell Hale .........
Paid id Landoa .............
Milmedtal pease ..........
Cost of ru nlag Electric Thea-
tre ............. ..........

Total .. .....

7 ,&t.l
67 0.4

14's -,

- $145.51

Indebtedness ..... ....... $123.96
A Vital Pelnt
The most delicate part of a baib)
is It's bowels. Every ailment that
It emlen with attacks the botels al.
-a endangeritmn l momt cases the life
of the Infant. tMGe's Baby EIliri
rne diarrhoea, dysentery and all
derangements of the stomach or
bowels. Sold by W. M. Joaaon.
A lttle wat ad. will seomplisa
Ui emlte

Isle. and they j.gruw to the size of a
duvckxs eiz,: 'Fle.' v are full tft water.
but at miatitrit) the water evaporates.
and air take-s Its plst-c The rg&i c ajed
sa'iiame e Is M eu a turnI 'in. anid. like a
ballmtin. it ifL r, e; ts# ir (umaSLU thbUt-
towa and Iwarmi It 4ut to ova
Thcre are niauy lulitatioum ofl Ik-
Weit at 6 %t.,lXIJZ~kd WitCh iliiZ-I SAl~t
1-I W o~%I1 I t,, in t l t,01IgImal. Ihv t ure-
)u g t I Ik-itint& ( Xarboe-d'WiatIi
I I&cl A 5l1H a toie-1 Iiu AL ful-r It It
ls god for c-at. il buri and tea ute.c
&ld id ''I'-' 1.111) Ia.g l fur piclia. Sold
I by all druggiit..
"We b 6 ose fr 1a1,e ear".

_ __~_ =



Is New Through With His Labors and
Turns Cepy Over to the
Printers for Pubieatien.

Tax Collector Dickinson has com-
pleted his labors for the l!il% taxes
and turned the copy over to the print-
er for publication of the delinquent
lis t.
He states that he has received
more cash this year than ever before
ia the history of his office, which Is
evidence that the people have been
Prompt In the payment of their taxes.
"While the lst will be some large
er." stated Mr. Dlekinson. "It Is ot
eeaue- the people have not paid, but
largely due to parties who want the
lado advertsed that they may r'
a tax deed to go aieg with their
Dwrin the at part of the year.
wbn the books art opened, a are
mmber of peep-l took advatage of
the diseout and either called at the
oiee s ad paid up their taxes, or mail-
ed the moey, sad this bas been of
gre asalamtame to im.
There have also been some addl-
tiom slaee the lat book wre made
up. ad it wll also have the* eet
f aiereasing the advertistan st
IACHLOOA. June 14.-Mrs. C. H.
Shaw and chlldre returned to their
bome in Oeai Friday after a pee-
ant stay with relative hern.
Mrs. V. Cases of Islead Grove
spent a few days i town with reo-
tives It wOk.
W. T. Wrle has reeelved a part
f his supplyC of tomato cas prepa-
.ratry to ceaing his tomato crop
after the prte have declined.
N. J. Jackson returned home Fri-
day rom Dde City. where he has
been attending the normal school.
SMrs. P. I. Yeant returned to her
home at Port lalUs Thursday after
a short but pleasant stay with rela-
tives here.
W. I. brtce, a progre ive merch-
ant of Island Grove, was In town
The crops in this section are bad-
ly In need of rain.
T. E. Rates has erected a nice bar-
ber shop and cold drink stand on thel
cornier of Lake avenue. next door to
Colman's dry g(xod establishment. ..
Roe has also erected a nice Ice cre~ in
SE. 0. I'pthegrove has ha l, much
trouble with his gasoline launch Iit
has again s~t It in good runnuig urd' r.
Poor Milk
Is oftfi thought to be re.'-ionsi' i
for ;.u iInfant'" lhL- Iin weight or ..
vr'dl l..,r h,.l:'h. The cau~ e u'I.m :
is that the child haa wormni. Th<,.
get the nuurishrmnen of the f(itl al. 1
the baby slt.. -s, atu;.tlly uiar'>
White's Crt-amu 'Vruluifugc exp' 1-. tl
worms and nourl. ht.s the chll4. s r.
and safe. Price 2'. cents. &,ild I> \.

A Weed That Steals Oysters.
A ,ai4uyv.tvl I.aHi Il .d l .. .
beds of Franc-e auil carried tIff l,.e,
oysters. It has clnr li tlieIu o4ff i'dilv.
as a thief would d,. The uinelutle seeds
of this weed td.at up the Kiilfshb c'han
nel la the turruit of the gulf strelin;
they setlle ,,1 oe)>ers lu tI Il Bretn
iK.ts of Mrlrllaau. Qullern anId BeIlle




Fire. Life and Accident i"..."""



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APLE ()F '*ICK-171I'S)' WE
--.. .. .*, 4; a ...* ir *i~ t austumng.. a-At ,I.-I.

Ai'-- laVLi r .1 WmI vll i" vi g I 1 1bx|* (*IAHII~t rlll 1 4.J ; I Al' J
etc ; one IIile from rtatioll; owner c ern*l I;a.,ti oln p
quick buyer f-,r s1.T (0.
Aij., iiiii w .et.10 i l.1.- e, 10 asres a d i -tory T-rooun

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Your atttetioln to your own interest.s nray fail, but we
feel as if \%c had dlne our duty ill trying to draw it.
SI'o'it lgle t your own1
l5 1 I.~et intlertAtI by leaviiig
a' your property Uln)rote St41 biy illsurancfv The
p3', 1'ill is -o small and
tl. Itr,,lale involved is so
'iglit thai t ther, i- 110o ex-
'ilse fur M-uch eril iinal
l neglect. We eliminate
tile troul,le when you in-
wuire through us.

.M *CUAW, t Ivi, Flri

Better Stir up Your Liver a Little!
Not too muchjk t a little, jut tnoirgh to st;..t the bile nicely.
On o Ayers Pr at bedtime is all you need. The p act
Omt es tlw myer. Made for the tratrent of conspation,
TdyIpepIia, ick-headache. Ask your doctor if he knows
for alu gsh ivi Th. r ,fIlow hisadvice. ^


WhU ema,,n Acee. Ttter. Salt Rbounm etc.. am troubles which affect
te dria, their source is far deeper than the outside cutile*. Thee affections
an caused by irritating humors, or uratic acid to the blood. Such mlpurities
Inflame and rritate the delicate not-work of fbrous tissue which ies Just
beneath the surface of the outer skin, and the lnfdimmatory discharge thus
produced Is forced out through the pores and glands. and is continuAUy
ept up while the blood remains infected. This exudation causes the form.
stlon of moles and crusts so often men in Eczema, and when they are
scratched off the flesh is left raw and more susceptible to other Infection.
It a very readily be son then that to produce a cure the circulation must
be purified and cleansed. This S. 8. S. will do. It goes down to the very
bottom, removes all humor and Impurities, neutralizes the excessive acid
of the system and In this way removes the cause of disease. Local applica-
tions can only soothe the irritation and assist in keeping the skin clean; t:,7
never produce a cure because such treatment does not reach the bloor
8.8.8. restores to the thin, acrid blood all its lost properties, makes it
pure and rr b and enables it to sourish the skin and keep It soft. smooth
xnd healthy. Book on Skin Disases and any medical advice free to all
who writto.S SPC, ATL A
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1IV. MAY DELIVERS AN INTER s.p ti fter ts t.
Ah r-Bl \ *al''t t mtak ISTINO SERMON. ce c.er In tie

Odd Fellows Meet to Pay Their Trb-' JEL. O
ute to the Horored Dead K R
of Tieir Order. t I C e Powd
I '** rP.in nlkr til e 1n'>I, 4,i' i, i, ,..
'700 InII l ift '10 t .l ll -. fli,'./ / 1 lli
The annual i.. n>. 4 a;l ai P4 oI %'l. t C',-t .,f -, *it ,,,' ,, eut a dLi-A
Center Lod -ge No. 11. 1 ( F V. ais 1'r ur. wer 11 tei.ll T a all aiut
held at the First I'rel-..te ri;an lurrch i. r ytou rcan g't a h.k from the
on Sunday evening. Ke T .' I "'"l q lrGe ~ '.y ',I d ..e It 'y.
N V. if y-11 will Wnte tiinm.
dellering th-e .rn.en (;r. ... r-*..jell-.() I 'r.am Pow.
All of the ummbtwrs of tie- h.lorl I r. two )ka, fr 2or2 re nt*.
lodge room a,,.islelMd at the hall ali i
attended the services at the church ..
In a bloy, and this beitig a ilwecal t DEATH OF MRS. MHAYNEWORTH.

service of the Odd Fellows the ch,:rei
was well illed.
As is their custom. they met on thih
occasion to pay their resll*ets to
the honored dead, who had departed
during the year. and the sermon was
a most Interesting one. being Ireplar
ed especially for this occasion.
Durlag the past )ear the lodge had
lost only one member, who had been
associated with the order but a very
short while, and the full ritual serv-
ee was not observed on this account.
Dr. Hay's subject was along th'
lines of "The Good samaritan" and the.
brotherhood of man, and he rtceri. *.t
n any high compliments for the man
ner If'which be handled the sam..

Most Estimable Lady Pa*se Away
After hort Illness.
Our town and community has been
greatly shocked by the death on Wed-
nesday afternoon of Mnr. J. E.
Haynesworth. wife of one of our most
prominent farmers and business mtn.
J. E. naynesworth.
Mrs. Haynesworth. whose maiden
name was Edna Gertrude Spencer. of
Bucklngham. Va., came to Florida
about six years ago as the guest of
the family of Rev. W. C. Foster. She
accepted a .position n the Alachua
High School. In this calamity bhe
made many friends, and proved her-
self to be a teacher of much ability.

She was greatly loved by both pupils
IMPROVMEINTS COMMENCED. and patrons. many of whom mourn
her departure as that of a demoted
Cemtra Ors at Work t PFinish tbe friend.
University BuildingL On May 19, 104. she married Mr.
The Eddlns Manulacturing Compa- J. E. Haynesworth. The union was
ny, who were the successful bidders a happy one. She proved herself
on the flnshlain to Buckman and equallyy faithful and efficient as a
Thomas halls. have commenced owpr wilfe. home-maker and mother. as she
nations and will rush the work to comr- ad tl un as a teacher. God blessed
pletion. their houe with three little boys.
This contract calls for the finslaing Soon after the birth of her last child.
of the carpenter work. painting an. about three weeks ago. she wa.s taken
oiling throughout. with blood poison. which bafflhd all
In all a force of hands will be e nthe efforts of physicians and nurses
played for a number of weeks to com-i aId to which she finally buccunll-d.
plete the buildings, and by that time lHer mother. 4ira. C. A. 81 encer.
.onme other Improvements are likely .ad one of her sifters. Mrs. Lella
to be orders d. I'ie'rce-. of Virgin!a. arritd a few
I.'~avs b fore her death, and were with
Don't let the baby uffer from e<- ,l;r durilug he~olat diays.
zema. sores or any Itching of the he mas a cuiilstent member of
skin. Doan's Ointment gives instant the Alachua Itaptibt thirch. ai.Jd Igal
relief. cures quickly. Perfectly safe n:mnistakable etideuce of h-er com
for children. All druggists sell It. !letIt tnrut in Christ fr al.atin.

(' ils for lc' ('coler-, St

!',xsc. Flyi Killers.
i.ckk, e'tc.

Keel) your kitchlen
hIv b uyinig )our wife a




~ilt 'lf.k~t-t IaD of

S .i- te r t d hito gati ,x i tic's e
%. [ -ia a s *fl; .ni %.i: ''is r elathl
Ad H!,m 4c nL .a ~h, 1.ratit art
aind: ali ru,-ea!ed thOe jr c( bias ironm
of c- I ; a; 'slv4o' r!H i.! t .!-e
I. IIti11111 t '11A x-vile :.1 hit.'11 '
iia. ma i ct full -,r-ic.r (of lt-n, ~eIt
0 1 fli 1.e I -el i' s 3 C( :1-t ~ I Siete' ole'ik -
ne'gr-th a cIwoi!th' a "* rt Ia ii Incu
he- i .2 ., t I- # id tn e -l-t-r I lir1
fia,- 1tt.;lt G4-ei Itilcl gi%- 'is he-a
Sho- at. as I ill) a uz~acii oflit r eeoua ii
liu.wnak. a-lmf-dfrice 1% cit all h rIs.v-1 ~~tlit*
-I-* tekailig at It ig~th 4 -f ej! LIeri ll&..
,aUI- atlcif .lig-raei 'Ii o iw ta%,' ii ii.,-,

'ae~ittiL e' lccc~e' acia i-e-iullhC~: ala,-
agoI'. of lo c' to all %iIith %laill ihe
.A I ... to e %afo/ .... A 1 I.. re. t.




Evoccrce Heard Before Mayor Davis
Mo. day. V.o Took Cases Under
Advisement Until F rday.

.M ..i.-tl ;, .\i ,+, w a: .- i IAi t.
I'ri.j !1 11. (<\t>. |tOUll i.lllil r ci l oift m n!cri~ (e n la;tt rdau
I:i.Jl, alt, i:)kltig a shot ut th,. dird .
that Itiflr t tli< nelighilhborh Se4alemAd d<-g|>t
Mlattlht Clark. Clyde I1).d. Willie
t'iinilughani. Nettle HLckr. John
Smith. Luster Green and Sto-kert
Murray rere among the number pull
td charged with disorderly houses.
and the Mayor has taken the cases
under advisement to render his de-
cision next Friday.
Gus Hart. a white man charged
with disorderly conduct. forfeited a
cash bond of $10.
Chas. Hill. drunk, forfeited a cas
bond of ? 14.
Hen Williams. charged with dis-
orderly conduct. was discharged.
Mar-hal Arnow tattes that conld-
erah'. complaint has been made to
hilm ih tely concernin the negro
o, .- that are allowed to run in all
-ecction- of the -Ity. and he will from
his time on endeavor to enforce the
aw a- yearly aq It I I:sos :ble to
do. arresting ofenders In every
in.-tai,-e where he can secure sum-
:;;en0 -vidence of their purpose.
Bartow Clark was fined $10 fto
whipping his child unmerrlfully. It
seem: he has a grown daughter who
is about half witted and he had ap
plied the hilp In an unmerciful man-



The score* In the Bouth Atlantic
League )enterday were as follows:
Maeon 11. Jacksonville 7.
Savannah 6. Augusta 0.
Chattanooga 2. Columbia 1.
First game-Columbus 6. Charles
1.<- *1 %
Second ame-Columbus 4. Charl-
too 2. Called In seventh on account
*i darknie-

Card of Thanks.
I 1t1 ..r to'. t-e i -. L-f to 1i. I ti 'iu
: lirtf l' tlha;:klt, for thbiLr many
.l 1 ui d l. o f e'll o ;r;c age
,.i is n 11 e t : iT ; i.ti II -t1i l*h a P of mIl%

a' la ield to

V r- 'cl -!. ,, S a r4lu'
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Scice Hips Them Ot After IRck
11dy Abliag th Stm-C.

:ia m-i'n ll v ii uni ri-Iidl. t-'rll:- Uur Thet(' llot r i.; tl- i,.as.-t Iia iis.K miiad.. ; I.fai i.., lth is thec bu.-. tbusineha nian. At
a;s it war Inh he.r i sw,.r to) d(lo P. hi.r I,,anlf iet. rusl.h.e out for a bite. to eat
,:ill la.ce l with (od anad Ulman. I-h. ilt. l)llij his Ic1d without iproipr ma-
quietll piau. ld auay. d.u iln a triumnit h triation. and bh-alpI on his stomach an
a;t a death as .wa.. e.r 'lnI.'Ls-ed it extra burden greater than it is able
the many frieuds who stood around to carry without breaking down.
,i r l'-dr-lde- |ll{ overworked stomach is crying
The funeral services were conduct for hel,; It alpelals to him for relief in
.1 fruon the- r.-'ldune,- of tbhe deceasr-d various a)s Expulblon of sour ga.
at 2 o'clock yesterdayy afternoon by v iterbra.h; sour taste in mouth;
I. r i4stor. ieH W C CFoster. and h.aline's after eating; shortaes of
ht.r earthl) r.'inatlla tai.re- luirn.-diat.- breast ad. ic
1) ,larcd ini the cemlete'ry at NewBnaus- ()Ie Mlion s taIl.t taken with or af
ill,- telr tach nur-al will -Lelp any ufflerer
We would Ilke to sla-ak mords of from dys.liplaia wonderfully. It aids
more comfort to the hearbroku the stoia h in the weark of digestlou
iina file-r anid vitlt-r who t-r,- icreb'.e lt ll. '.h I lt I m IM rfurw.
. tie- it.. -ili ,a .aii. .,iil i to,. O .tl:.er .Mio ia tablet, are old b) J. W
i.l-s.er, o tf l.t. iuill., A lhe ar-' l.ii ';,cr lui & I ('o, at 'reant s large
;iA. and t, lthe de-a l lil hllre-n CJ A, i with a riild Kiuaraltcee to cure.
ii. i t It inr aml ix e -i ca cin,,t r. :tlaiz ,ii. l,-. -i i Ia ,,d tall .itipluach trouble or
ithi, it l.-. I.. lI a al- 1, I, ties hi,,-i Ol ii.-) iack The'.. make eatli, g a
I.e kai lJ.Itlhi at a tat. I1k. hi i- .' l ,-l, tla-.at,...'. sid puritn'.s th.
. r\ l !.1il tI 1,..lh. I. 1 a. hli.. h, Arl .t ,,A-h'h t ll d I it. iand puts %imior
A.1 'e Ai41, ., 1- t I'p 1, l' t II r,- ,1 %r, ir i i lt Oe I !..*" jiser ork.-d Itf
'li L.' t. **4r1-. t I l l .h -i l. ia, iai. I ., -u t t ctalutsu h t aic
.l*r t os, ial tl-rh 1114 "1 11114 t l
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SFor Infants r.an CIMItren.

ASTO 1 i The Kind You Have

, Always Bought
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Thirtly ears


I aIU IS' Ilmr TIt tAll
III Wfet May 1. -P.0. o, I1-

L. L.WLI,1u~k

I full quarts ................. $ L.
4; full qrota ................. 7.4
Sfull quarts ................. .IT
? full quarts freight aid ..... ILL
Williams' No. I1 Rye.
I full quarts ................ 4.60
Sfuill quailts ................. 4.0W
2 full quatts .......... 9.00

full quarts
full quarts
full quaits

Hailfax Rye.
................. 2,W
................. 12.-

Sunny Suth Rye.
quarts .................$ 1275
quarts ................. 4.60
quarts ....................
pints .................. 12t.0'
Yelwltene Seurbe.I

" tlh i. l-ri..., c(olite t ... I.2,
S '. lt*: -s.Cr e collect ...... ... 12.7
C'd Coore, Expres Collect.
,:.- ilcd in I'-,ud Ly the L'. I. Govm't.
4 full quartn. express paid.....$ .00
"' full quart., express Ipaid .... 12.75
;I full Iitat. aixress paid ...... 13.76
o- full half Iint, vexlpre.s laid.. 1j.00

-Send Um a


dl mom her br b .......

no .. ............

Reeky Fk, per batl........U
Samow w s

S. ..................
rely MM pr......a ......... UA
N ll. C. W e. l be ........... S.
. c. U ...... ................

Iude Vra. ey ca ............25

Uin .I.. ........ ........... 0
-aster .......... ............. aL
Old Iorm .................... L4
Williams' Privat SealI.......... .40
One grade only sad ju ........
Gln .............. P sad 4.
Trial Order-

I G. S. Merchant & Co.

%@%AM ow sadjobbeme h

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Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Carsti, GWrdeq seed d Poriem
Hlo"a maka ples rpld f""r Ca"ek asm ad AM-dame

A omv osh do W V. ii. (~Qbat Flw. buI"&hUL Om
am 2"m a"-- U&.weeadmIss ear o.Vey So.@ef
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No Order Too L.arge
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00e 6Sb ofw6 o
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l #mmy others ab a be
qu d to a pesm th tIs
-s. 1.The paSYt of alO fan
- chd ief .bl he made tImf smhe
an" 4d t Si at fthe alteatIem

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lc ml pm l the prr,* a vhWUdrew A PQ fl the
Wi? ofh v9 Mm ewaod thebo- SU*of r'x-l4A sU 'b- UNA& e'Atho
ofg Med4mahe' mam 'h. m v of t. toArt a d be )s on-
wus a oftdome of this IW t.tlkd to a pwssiao ua4'r this cA.
of *6. ahab e a ow ro- shl mt be r!qIred to Mato as-
~~ mdnq otn par =o.wn. ml sMU lbe ;&W trm tho r*.e-
in Soiwn'typaywut20 all set Per atthis LAt. Paruwtr.: .3 p
wa s* e a flab or %&be. ma ie.ItlaS to ;.D-"oers during ab-

cr eyes. a sbo is erwmubtly d4-
a~ by r of4dsem"a or 4.-
40" geMpus a kM bml by maa
kbw. Asslhe smad dto few.ve
606 Par UmINes, 10SM nierty psX-
womw the imgft mamoun. toIt "
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be @Meo af e t e oa d s re othw

Irav ai ,knd froi blll Stat Ull
Olor' tRpob ofW, thl Art pa lla
b d o l aSoids I s e rolif n h

m rIo la the tae o bla d etb
l laP a f erW Ia Ch r ne the un
Irteldre oL I-tl i-. le. ltod the
go l r mio Iad, mued th a Itrm i
VI~ Bo me m em 1s. diset romr th0

a O- d of a idow'ii iuhmyear.nd i.

tsdeo ppt 1* r eaplllatland plttln
4l4t daye Ia.r the duc(h of hery

ft AcL ; po vM fuurthr, that any
49 nyo. Ia o a rur carried to
mle out the proof of her huldr. mn
orrlo. eti laa b ra widow oraLly
mom am Paed lr the allor o ho
wohmd hia besn raIlld beentitled to *
reeive the amm of one hundred and

Mly dlbL ArIe rball mulms. Srroa If
l pietsr o; thprei pedeer will
wu mari ed to mham taoler or sailor
pO s lt 1 ,O Wad has continuously

are redod thls Statae sin 19c; and
also the widow of any deceased per

mn wie to urwas at the tIn oll ta
d-wlig a peaskm from the itate un

dad the provistrrs of this t (.arrha
be granted a widow's -ai.ndn ':l.,n

satisfy tory proof ol f ,lel ure knagw
her residence In this State, and the'
death of her husband, and the 5eta

o tm so granted shall date Cr trrh
detat ofa uetltu io l dlhusb.and;

qu*rle a cuiitlltuiliiul t r0-it lU.ut
ilia' C'atrlW ('ure aI lIati n iilrt
rmetby days ttrl the fdeathlo of
husbtam; provided, auch widow sl

etherwiae Ielgible undr the lrovisttln

tllu aad aIMILoalul ulurt la dolul Ill
SIthI et; provided further. that tany

oar O II Huadred UtlJnri for a
ea4 widow It a to required to
aske lt the proof of her huad.nd's

I. J. HCNIKG ? CO.. Tu'loo. 0.
servMe. but all suIc wlw. of any
muh dceas wd soldiPer or sailor who
would have been entitled to a 1nalsiou
mader thisA Lt shall make jprof if
her maid husband shall not already

pleated to learn that the-rea Is at leaut
asie dreaded disease that scienceha.s
been able, to cure in all Its btasc'a,
and that is catarrh. hal's atarrh
Cumr is the only pissltiew cure known
to the *wdical fraternity. Catarrh
bWetag a cuestitutiuaal dimeate. ri*
quirks a coaatwituml rsal tre-atme-nt
MalI's Catarrh (ure is take-a Intern

thereby destrujing th*e femusdmtliu of
th disen., and gifing the Italia-a
strength by buildiug up the. casuit u
tkm sad assslting Mature In dolug Its
work. The proprietors have so mnuch
taith Is Its caratitm powers that they
mdm, Ote Ilsiadred olulatrs fr sany

Take Hail' Feami Pill fin os.uet

sawe* free thi4 stot. (j( hgr dura
tim thai w A tb
be. t & N o rwr iwo wan IeC
ebarp m market of bping under

a&p, ar r diabMilty. but bo did
e-e reMtiM ap remorval of tbe sai
Eoea- y. or P- a beriag of the
reiekl Miaary sle a ehskSee
yaram befo t he trm tUe lft the
war, l be Jartil to a apeaska
Nowr lrl aet

me i. iB ml, tfBs Be oe.t
amu eo V io f or pedip un b ei

mi ue. Ta WL @nowt C0ymr
he emaed ead ameved the ddee of
hi .o The t*re ue o*esad a

i in b -- o this Le-. a. shea
Mon"O he. a e dv of& e a s ie
dels e -a~ a~ abw a
a"ieo t.o w omranes wi h whom
bo survd ashr- -- ti rte ade
- ISeMVr oIN the ~ Mit na the
... or ea. .. i be ..-
m .rs o9e0 atW toeys.. to estab
M the psrmeue umed
"SO. 7. The earN Y CUtors M
rollsm so the ty m to whiek the
Upplew rM Ia a@MEmvesmat aln
EIms maet aMie W this Me. ead re-
pon Wa a the pplctim- whether or
mot be pnmm appled f o emMde e

"Sw ee. The Sat Board f Pe-
SOOmN s*a@ 1 absis safnly. suitable
blkab hfr makims much eeta tsad
dbe m eapbi hM Sr peiase bm-
mi*"emly aM re pt of smue.
'"8M. ADosv reIared hor the
pwmeat of posoms to appiaints an.
der the powers of t is LAct shll
be paid by warrants draw by the
Ceapeller m the Treasurer of the
Sratoe l tavr of the appleant for the
sum, to whih be or she may be e#-
titled. ot of any muoeys In the State
Treasury rised by special levy for
the payment of pmsioua as provided
to thUs Act.
"See. 1I. The (centy Commission-
er0 of ecSh ceuOty shall, at least once
In euch year. easuatne the pension
rolls of their respective counties and

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W-w Is miami f of
ow a of~ ad soes b
w vhse owis smti Oi
as a* as* def00Bew o w

ow m e ue S w= oI a" w
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turning, arrive O inesvil ................

4:25 p I

Lave Gainaevile for Sampson City, Paltks,
Lfke City, Val t, and all points Nor th 6:00 p
Renum ar rivo TaYinbi ,l..... 00.0.. ....00, 9:10p

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ICtinUeve d Paw Five.)

Is Cb mus CrAd 68e Ce Xwbue%
Hewp~c~f. I
.o.i., wrd of Lte b a bown in*-av"-1
nr th. anol m .to4v art wnu- rag
t w-rwr gd hn.vata.ui u. Ij r, une
-.n PIounrd. wh %..: aty t'i:at
a .- F'S 'IEEI'OICaIDE 4-,enthe g.
ibe l formhtuinlr ('t v-,, In .t
1% like to know a&I a te-it a v .d
11would sY t0..!i~:~;'
A at a 4lrftr'rcr k kte of Ifer: o'.*
pa-%** Is tChm (fifly D ntu or a
*1 i i- il t~y ar!ous ve,' '' r'r-4
A a-alvar tcruniho -, dj'- 4
UIr P1 r1 h',b that NEWl td:.,. ?. It.I
c l: rpu .plly detroty: u;aftor wie the
htr grown. Sold by loading dsugglpts.
WIt Ite. in s stamps for sample to The
Hfrpcisi Co.. D tlolt. NIh
J. S.. Ikadiford & Co. Spcdi Alges

ago All WOMIP
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Ow~- 1 ,~.&at..'.S .url
Cm~tL L ~- )to 494 n -on:
Pm'm C~.a. C ~ I teas we. ea se a
0040 sum ~ d oebe usoacoo.-

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Ticket, on iqale from Jacksonville every Mon-
day anlld Thurpfd:ty I'gilillyg will .lluit I tlh up to
Aug. 3othl, with final return limit St-pt. 3(tl.

Stop-overs allowed oil the-l tick.ts. at Rich-
mondl, Wasllhington, IBaltimore andd lPhila(ehlphia.
reduced rates to other u illler rc, ,rts.
FIr information. rates. rTservatilIs, etc., call
on or write, to A. W\. F RITr()T, l)i\vi-ion l 'aisen-
ger Agent, I:s \W. t Ilay t., Ja~c~itksvillt, FLa.

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"'l'kevte Lilnilted to June 29th

For further information call on or write
Agent, Amt. Genl. Pas. Agt.,
Gaineville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.

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certain whether or not anx I-.rii
Oa aid e n roll IhouldI lI'.. (rIt
ped from amr byl reao-,n ,tf not I.
Ia entitled to draw I,. n.ion ,tintl I thi.
provisions of this At :ia,,l ntak l r
port of their Andini t., th. str.i.
Hoard Of lPvnsmion-. a li o r. h. r. I.
authboried to dIrop sucih p.* Ii 2,i r-,
from the list If. In tht ir jpili iI. *i' vhi.
same should he doei
"Sec. 11. Th, Rit,. 1:.irtnl if 1,. n
sion shall forwAnrl to .', ii I'vi-,eIi, i
a c rtlificate that he' I- 'litll. 4 I.,
draw a If.nlon. llhi il I ,;i r Irimt ;
tacit e ldlnicer, to th** ( l.* k of ih
Circuit t Court or all olt;ir offlntvr ui
the county.
'"Se 12'. TNhr -I ll. ;nn'liuall\, I
assessed and co(ll c-te.d a taI. opr ,our
mills j'r dollar on all Iprioert' li.il.l.
to assessments. with bhHll c ,*.tittei
a ftnd for th. l aylinvut of p n- ionert..
the proceeds of which shall hb ap
pled to the payment of I|naslons.
"'Se. 13. That from and after the
passage of this act It shall be lawful
for pensioners of this State to have
their vouchers approved and slxned
by either Clerks of the Circuit Court
or by Notary Public. or any other
officer autborised by law ti ad-
minister oaths. having a real.
"Sec. 14. The State Hoard of Pen
Sons shall prescribe rukle and r n -
latloos for the carrying; out ,f ,::e
provision of the pension la--.s c t'.I4
State; ee that the laws are comll-.d
with, and shall make reports and
recommendations to the Governor at
least thirty days before the meeting
of the Lelislature. Said Board shall
make rulam and regulations for the
conduct of their business as they may
deem proper, not in eoallct with the
spirit and purpose of the pensila
laws. They may employ a clerk at
a salary not exceeding Ave hundred
dollars per annum, payable quarterly
out of the State Treas ry o t
certificate of the Chairman of said
"Sec. 15. The State Board of PO-
soons shall, by the frst day of July.
A. D. 1909. or as soon thereafter as
practicable, make p and certify to
the several Boards of County Commis-
sioaers of the several counties of the
State a complete and detailed lilt of
all persons who may be rLsidents of
the said several respective count ie..
and who are now drawing a i nslon
from this State. and also all persons
who hae filed their applications for
such tensions and which have nlot
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We are lilne of

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Vt'I) Rw, PorliIAI)SAES

CREX awl aN kT'rIN(;

1Wll w~f Oo it UO-A ~ I(

WI{4gtes S0i141it) this Se&ctionI.
Finvc.-t linc Wh\'lite Spreadpl,
Sliet~tt..4 Iclowdu and Pillow

For m wed Wsy we wi
noiolcelibrao.0 1$Is low
-w Maotm a of a3.5.

FWtpou Cretia kT I
UeP Con IMutrm at 5.45

1w, bty.AL IL w &ad ham

Wefim~led suh be'soft"
Vh an Vei im ft Cabod r~v
drl irr p~wa nite nr Enoa


t*' II acted upon and are' Itdi ngii Iw-
folr .'ail Hoard, and it shall tw th l.
duty of the said aesieral Itutrds of
County ('onmlssionerr. on receipt of
said llt or as soon thereafter as prac-
ticable. to make careful investigation
of said list and make up and certify
to the State Board of Pensions a list
of all such persons who. In their
opinion. are entitled to r"ec.ve a pen-
alon under the provisions of this Act.
"Sec. I1. That all laws and parts
of laws In conflict with the provisions
of this Act be, and the same are
hereby repealed.
"See. 17. Thbi Act shall take effect
)n July 1. 1"$.
"Approved June 7. 1"9."
The Cheew m
The only change of importance of
the old law and the present act I
to be found In section 2. The latter
sectbio of the act of 107 reads as fol
"Sectiom 3. Any perasn who enlist-
ed ad terveind the military or nav
aI service of the Confederate States
or of this State. Including home
guards and reeves, during the war
between the States of the unitedd
States, and did not desert the Confed-
erate or State service. and who was
a bona Ade itiaen of this State contln-
uously for ten years prior to date and
fling of the application for pension.
and who is over sixty years of age
at the date of application, shall each
receive one hundred dollars per an-
num in quarterly payments; etc."
In all other respects this section
:. the' same as the new law.
*Appillicants for i'uslouns can now
make, proof of service by fru;lshlng
I transcript from the muster rolls,
from the Adjutant General's office at
WH'phington This will enable somn
deserving v'.eteraas to lI.tke prirf awh
"ju Rot otl Hi'.\l ta, (do so. there' hi ing
no surni or of their command.

For COLDS and GR!P
Hiclks CAI'UDINE tr the est reme
dy-- relieve, the aching, and feverlis
set--c Jres the, cold a d restore-
senrmal conditions. It's liquid--rcfects
Immediately 10c, 25c nard 54ic at drug
"I..\altdtler" (sctweell.'). "do you know
wai it it.) tlhl. iA 6 ''"
"*',ur: o)ur a miialvervntry. l.Mararet,
deuar" lretetuding to have reneuibered
it all the Iliuxeh.
"'No sU s 1 tlng'" (friglllyh. "ICs the
day you lpr'ital-ud to unll the leg on
that old kitc Lhe tntle "
Lysauder paled. tried to square him
self on the anulterwary blunder, failed
utterly. asil the tfreworks were on.-
Judgev' Library.
The Talwted Mailer Pamily.
"What Is the Miller family doing
Dnw Y"
*The wife is writing poems that no-
body will read. the daughter is palut-
jug litt'uret that uuobody will buy. the
eta i c rupwljing plays that ntooludy
willI t t on the stage. and tle husband
is writing checks that inotldy will
cash."--l eggeudorfer Blattr.
A Treat.
Sufferer (to Indy in front,-Madam.
If )tu weCre t,, r,.uov'e your ii t I could
see the ili, lady in I retal iwltb
iianlfrrstlet t of surlri's'c-Yees, but
)yoU ('-oud ut then ee mWy new bat.-

L 'ul -ar-ie 1s nru!ilsa Inl th i
vul .r. .1 I I l Il ,r i t ssi, ~ .rlll arnuus
In, ( I i *, I'... *.r,' l ..'' -

CunstlpailtuU ('eUu'r hri-arl h,, ituu
*u-a, dlllnU '-. IJallgur, he art I'.IIi tl-
tiun. l utrl" pibh mie- rirlp,., iL(-k-u,
sr.ak'n the tn,-Ielm and doIn t cure-.
Ikoa's. RHieul-t act enutly and cure
contli>,atioll 2 c'.ants Ask your
As advertist dg ads the bt mar
for everythtbige oloe, wlhy mit r y

emroel service

GIsm off ah Tols Used by thVe asM
ad tO AsLta
What wasr the ombloatui af t-
ale from wehih the ayptliss Astee
sad the Incas of Prm me a tactre
their tools and arst? Though eeh of
these natloots rcbed a bhlh sate of
dvlllatilo. amem of them ever disOe
wed Iro In pilte of the ftet tat the
soil of all three comatries w largely
lmpregated with it. t thl ey a
t ted for it a combitatioc of metal
that had the temper of sWel and the
secret of th e ombiatto I lot to
Humboldt d tried to dieover the t
art by analyzing elaei faod In a
ancient Iaw liver i le., but aII be
could make of It was that it apprard
to be a cootnluation of a small portoa
nf tin with -opler. No present known
&Au ,,.f uquinliaai.g these two metals
will give the hardness of steel, so
there Inuot haves Ieen something else
In the i hblil which Iumboldt mised.
And these an lent races were able to
prepare pure e"l'**Ir so that It equaled
the Ielt'l*er f tie nllesst steel produced
:It thei Ipre"st liday I:y the miat Ir'cin-
Iltc l re e'.. With their bronze and
plileF'r li--truci: ..1, tlhey were able to
,itlrry niad shepe theI hInrdet ston'.
Nt' li nt lgrIr!itl e 'nld l1e;riayry. ati
-io neitt ,mtieril r Thie nwient pet-
lj o t- llt bt IVA ,1 'ep de tl i v dti'Irv
ri 4! "' :'*"t rin ; < i4ol' 'r. and
*t ii i a i ,ret th.it lnba tles nm de'rn
le i.:itt f I ''- \' ba e civilizd world
N.w V. rk T*t" *r

1w afuatg agi CEblUr-
S Kh Yu Nave AMI 3q
Dears the
WOPature of r

The habit of answering ads. tLht
appeal to you is one that will keel,
you Interested In the ife you are Ut
aI. and prew sr"e,


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Fwi Dwdlq Li

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Abtra sf rdlr T li
Tu ail lA.J in AA la'lu, County
on 1)ort nutitW.

Fun ulust.
--Writt in -..lial-le (* t npaia--

What Kodol Will Do
For e yor Go ed ian t I- 6mw ye -
led sdo"gDIh. D -You j rI I---r KW edel
cra tom Good Diiao.

The $*raef rMia Psi.try
Pnrteen pririm (.ely all of them
firsts),ut of owan rete of cakes* anM
fine patry is a rer that any womn
might eavy. This was the showiing madel
Rcntly b YN JH. CwHasi. n aS
AoMrtrd, Atlata, 0 at the 6eirpa'
State Paw Her explanatkn of her e-c.
m is e clidsly interesting; abe writes-
I estve -. Nine cake. sad lt pies at the
O"wreist Patr F(t. AItana CIf w Eoeritf Irst
premnm. **, r)e> |I on pies. aalo Art prtrrmum ton I eral
dtiplay I atti*huetr my a *tcr in crke making
et'naether to uass COTTOIANK sad at
Mrs. Chatain is the wifeof the Master
Mechanic (f the Western & Atlantic R R ,
and tnjoysv higyh lo fine cooking. Not only diwo -he uno
COTTOLENE in making cakt or crusts.
and othir pastry; hut for frving chicken.
Ah., etc., she fnIds it uneqnalled. F(o
over nine yar% she has not had a pound
of lard in br ohu, usi CCTTOL'RN
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Advie the Reefer Oe Prom His *eea
In Appeetie ODays.
The ninmn ase working ,me thie tole. ,f
a ate|'e I sl.'i,i t rivot. %11 <.f .1a 01 414'u
1514 f,"-,t Pll, -d.o, ntid. with .i crm he
Itran to s8lih' doun slow% y tinrnnl the
A tie ill1 he clutchvil with tens-
fit e'r st t ie tin. lout It ~tll.,olli
It ,, frnr d hlint nu o o .mkl. :tl it *Ipe.il
cir:uliin:l) int sPurely in r.-n;l.t
.\s In :a *tting I lture. Ike ak toInhog-
r: rier. tle man continli! ti~'< fli,,1, hie I.gitn to pray i: lio l. an
.:ul11htl t %iice.
Mleii, ry. !iq iT In an," r I. htie lr iy
rr. fl:lan-hl :raen s hil blr:in ti avt wor
"S.r21nd ,Out "
The ni i t ieitnntly I:y tl.:t oni hil
bacnk. lr,'.edlini nrms iand Ile.1 t- t h lir
wlile't aniile. inakinLg him ai-lf n tniuch
as pFnml,:e like a starflth. And his
speed at once decreased. The addi-
tional friction surface acted like a
brake. A few feet from the edge of
the roof be came to anchor.
"Help'" be then shouted.
But the slight movement of shotborn
acted like a push, and be slipped down
a few lnchee Imoe
"Help!" And agan e slid a Uttle
Bt this time help cama A pe w
thrown, lad the ma e mbed back to
He wiped the dews of terror fre
his brow.
"My boas Ia my apprfatk; days." be
aid. "told me i I eer started sidig
dows a ro slopea to Ipeid out and t
would stop ma I di't belbeve hn;
bit, by Jinag he wa rwigt.
The me mUed and s1ghed, meI
-m bisa f dead baa. Tee be hanwl-
e4 btak to bhi 4dag-e i wort i a te
lstep lt e the et-Ph


O9e of the meet meeMb t ,astm
of w ear to aour ubsrier am
to the puMbis geamly, -a ass
UMr with the aeiesel0e isg dggae
MOs of the Awia e Telphme mad
Tel oomm C.pmd h- ~ a&
aele Oll Telesphee ompems
We aomeuarns hofmlMNW oet I"o
dams elIne i the se$ofn tsIn
wbeh aepouet mand ai addlm am
eaon"est amy inlpherne in our w sm
with linos ealudlag toamy therer ely
in wh a a l uTeph s. Is

Them %a, d no. .a qm m t
met meodera ad Improvd iematuee
eo sa wo are mamaied at a N
stte of oftleuy. The gMe sGgmag,

'"hat Which Is WIr

Worth Aivertisr

Th.old ada that what M wrth
ing for i sill trM--trM dtll I
The thing y want--whkthe ii
home, whether it is a redy-Made hma
book-is obtained readily thrgh a
difficulty, or not at all, through other

opww" is vw, m mom a as
sonIml we in- InSaWo
moat madI in Ot* mO N&0W

awaamof Oftmdm M
phes e bvmima a~s pIw
* Sal oteoka eheset e9
Wak 5, %aft SiMaMW 80 10

in ame esuatr.
Thk v" s aem of wft Mde

daily IMSieminuUs M I Radd p
Pson"bIVthe bomso the biuwe
el Inas n We" hsof a o
Vi OeN"saims~

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imtrImmu lob d~stY.

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And. of course. ladigestion Itf ew
elected long enough, brtngs on aert-
ous diseases in which Kodol cannot
benefit yon. ome of these there
Is no help for at all.
There are. In fact, very few all
ments which cannot be traced di-
rectly to Impure blood. And Im-
pure blood in always due to a die-
ordered stomach.
'se Kodol and prevet Nervous
Kodol will ffectually assist Na-
tare to were a complete restora*
tion of good digeeUoa. It doe
this by at oce diestnas all food
to the stomach mad keeplaig t 4i-
gested, tIUI the stomach is rested
and ean resume its own work. Ko-
del removes the auoe-am the
effect qulely rem es Mal Il.
p-w. Heart O _w Cs-: -
v1a M to massf- o Ant
pear gaI ot peM4mo thus
tIbnal tte i te, b 11e0, ml
threasW the spstsm-etheps
tames momidmin g sa ag
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We kew what KRedo w M d
before ever the lrt bottle w
sold. If we did not kaow Jut what
it will do. we would not garaate
It the way we do.
It Is eany for you to prove Kodl
-the next (or the Arut) tiUe yoi
have an attack of nadiell i. And
sou will certainly be surprtIed at
the results. It is perleetly bare
There ean be o ar to tryt
something tht my do yo a gre
deal of geoo-whe It eats ye
mothaing t 4de- 't.

* r"O F r~w e ear Me4 ae a0 6s
mia wR *f tw M *uIle wL y- -I

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Kro 11Ct1 n al t doa .









kl-f y otkg t Lhoereby given that the ur-
bImbl prmittmed dersiged lated to apply to the Oov-
,i -eei i iam rm rncr of Lth Statl. of lMrwtia. at Tal-
ts r as T-t likely tbase rkwida. for LoIttr.. Pat.*nt
esonet f. tollow. Yortbtr L"cioraolti Kraft i'ale'r Comparn)
o ga s may ee sat ~I under the laws cf the State of ,for-
-I N 1111 0111111 tatol tt 1yor ki'1- Ida with and under the foblowingl ro
Willib m sost, became Mow c charter the original of which
Smantheby do most and Now oa SI In the olllr c of the
-lm a' e wtstioa &Secretary of the State o Florida.
Amt. h creforee .he a. f .WIL4..ASION,
4 nU ro o r t ofwdArK H. CHAS&
mhya, oI dumg C. Dm DENNIS.
M i .d as I am- r I .t e Nwa p
ampe a mat qsaof 7 anah W s Pt epeed C heeer of Kraft Pape
,1111 Mr. V. C*Mopey.

a II Ii ark. The uadersigaed hereby associate
o 111911, l -edi- te q S themselves together for the purpose

softues ea-- gfMg Mb the laws of the State of Torida. with
1B ~0 1 h11 hem sad aCdeT the following propod
dM ohem &aIND 9s charter,
a go A r** a m Ar I-The same of this corps-
ration shall e KRAIT PrAPER
SCOMePANoTad its pr i elpal plae of
..a u..... .. ris. l That sai.

Sand other alme of lbusifs a Isthe
ShsA a ofierMo m i ad I ether < r a
tad tin forolimiOntules us sad < r

Jnn ml perItle shabell he th making and
sArtl ate rII-The1 g l aar et

Sm a actag o plp afd p aper and
| tf -a d aayl felfhowe" otbe products from pime and ther
__ wo, or other raw materials, ad the

_ago" sMe tigm e mantanig masutacturlag plats, and
he YIa e #"a Bd te ioe dad the buylag. easing, .acquiring. mar-
_t _- g gg pgggg ketla&, selhag, eeaveytag and dispoO-
l a| wam M W&age 4 f he ad. lag of such p lp and ~aper and other
S6e the e ad ohe pnproducts pane god sinmauhe fractured
-a- l ilwlr h be Wtisne. sI t IPe th mline and other woods, and Ial
bo wM "l ew eOst iaftloommeds woods materials and all kinds of
b of a-l of lpr ductsof rpulp. pper andl similar
SOL@ o li TiM re W e r tim news of buyin& seeg anltd dealing in
Mnpod a th lehKmte dt Otlvs i pulp. pwr andrd other manufactured
gg I ft ui.wbhi is dm5 im o this po odut frtom pie sad other wood.
Ii *Wo w.- r me el ll iM their bots andl ike mat rlals, goodssad chat-
Amu I M to* b ol i t a n tr e whls tey tels a mother property and aoppr-
Sw iep ttan aest C Geoaisse, t es r a"td ri ht. licealses and
1- AP- the _N t privileges pertaining to any and all
Ism iOf t!e at-ovc-meationed business. And
so M Mh *f lr a 5rI aI"l I a" for the prlp. e aforesaid. to buyl sell ai
l to So* Ids a W so bol*d, mrtgaIe aind lease property:
so ia ll S f aem is a b m V rel and personal. To receive pay-
li~i~n ID e 0a 0 the mema\er. which 1n- ment for capintl stock In this com-
SMdgllIld IS 0 ad "~emi-he f the IN- pany In money or Ia property. labor
a wIIen e birth to the age ofW a or service., at a Just valuation
11a11 f the vdy 4Ctw he f it bens to atherof to b e Lsed by the stockbold-
AmonV" nat S ta a md pLat at low water. Is or Board of Directors. To borrow
La t 0 Ie heM ad1 may hp nmeoney and secure the same ad mon-
t"ar f tWrM but they at esf me. y otherwise owing by it by mort-
iw IuSL it k dba us to t wavesgags deeds. boa d nates or other
Sobligationaetrepr To e o corn-
the bs seew arrive b ts fay ki wb ataoevtr
wp asnd tr permit it to eMW* the furtherance of its purpose and
90 0 Mlo b 0I busiaesses, anclading ag rements or
in T* Flo sas have a s0r6e10 t 0 ta. contracts between the said corpora
4e GN leatig of the Might 0 Ils, the tim and i, ; ..;43 6..- corlora-
do" As dsnghter a Taltera sand Ngasetas. ieus. Also to acquire. own. lea'e.

Oag treoam the &agy press the ,letta 1roper to the 'c, ,aduct of said busi-
ow O 210t" 4a Iha er q or bulnsses. To buy. sell.
t he I uImI-ud the shsrk and lt y its help I ohdare. oll iar acquire t-htock or
1ebegoeded tis reaching te sacred W istatcks lu this or any other corlora-
laa d FeellIg thirsty durlog the ry- it n. i to a '-* alt thihi,.
ILa Sm me a age i- sa c reo c esut4n flie a, -tar' a.d jr' r in aid iin. Vt t
"M a s b-e lr' far.ea -nd sad t!i C sitilnt1 e0 4 to the- tuniae-' lor b.usinet-4- afore-
ibe b mp ,u w f uedt opI tLh frebed ai. or aio oo tie .I. &LIdti to at t a-
.4 a& g W4 as of all sharks i rJkLrL a:3d ax. i'. ii tn.the "cn'a,-t
a- t of s 1it te_ 1,(f Ilk, I#. stI..i.- f r ot hewrs. a d e ,I
sema gp a TOp INa(g Head evr(i. e- all r.ls'-,h. lwer. r or Ii i-
Mi Had eoaslted e lhe-xs haw or he-r.af r conf. *rr-ed 1,)
t b Ifl tIe tdld a I of two ki dI co:ce-l t ad the aw Lpen c-"rular.tii, ,, e. *,a .,,,d '..
I ae a ba1 bd Y that comes from a seick head- .-r tlt: i ruua :Oi- ef the- i.,'. l f thi
v.; h t tf l e. I Cjrlxaratioll.
l a gOurrd ad yr braln feel loose ad_ .rt h. I1. l--' .a- .,I'alit (, c..ital
Vvins and o Iaere? You can cure It In so 5iec by rsikr o"f 1.1. i~,rler.tt,'I h;aill I-,
,a.--. M "att Ie yo. u as. er liver with Ba .rd's 1" ..lilt-,lio ". ,II n, riint Thai r.tnd
SI w4ae. lst it rt h ryinlg forhl.l i.r- it ~. '.",,,( ,'a :dilide d inatca
8L Ibsolute aad ce-rtlin relief iyou l o.sJu each All or al) of .ald
SegisM sllaga h d w et? Sold by W. M. Johnson. Ca hial t atk kn ::d c-orloration5la3

me. al I a Ii a-, at a Jubi taluathc-n thre-r.of.,to 1i-
Sthe i sah w Puat t yolL of four eggs intu aled by the incuriratorr.; or bI the,
* -- -- heebe -is mla s.- btwl with a tatb!re; e.oful of suger Ioard of Iuirecturs at a meetings call
jpI of ae a arts t 5u Bea antil light asAl add the gtraed e-d for that I.urlt l
is the fast thit the bIlle mrid caf a lew,,n Wblhi tlde whir .'rtikle IV -The ti.rm for ahich
I, sab '.. The stir a.. a lilt's-'ia I ears
fourth t f a teslw e.sful ef iakllli gvw Article,. l.-The oCicta ol said
l.-mnr Jr ts he Ihu':'t pa n. io wh-h 'erlscraictio -hall 1w a I'ri.Ide.ilt a

trtI nid L I: i \ i .11 J ut I iW rtectoru. aund a board of not Ie's
teo lu h l h hr,.ie I ?s ir t r t Iu* ele' te.. ,1

.Uj -IA isl b..lf. I'ut 4. 11 a51, tt tr! t t. lay th. atocoklhl -rs. The' .ans t gler-
S4:4 *j.:.. 1'.1.1 % i -a 1. l-ta. U J. !1- l.. %vsU wi gu saa) hoLd tlihe cef. -- .r li-c tr-t-ir.
tI.'- iLu s. MA4 q CV I'm l out L. as z. &lid Tn v avurr. AAl-, (f the. jtime.
timnied cEIf -i~~s ioa' a al-o I.4e c-le- e-4 l
Ixt..' u .14elly T Le f cist- Ii.,If culftif l ( e'tioeral Mnas a 'r b' ti boti. I:.d.wrt
4 f asr. a t:al(( 4eiiful cf tI, tL iLee at o Itreetir,-
hue -or li.a-i 1.3i 4 I e t s -i.. Ic.'. .:.d I'A-a rht- lcue era fio if .' o-saud e ecr itltim
ile-ll al o lioeu.'. e.mIt-e ';. liga mi el011.1 iea P iall eosadmie list- litio, l t ie ''etthe,
-lit o li' c M t- arre uutil Id L Ia-hf l i 'garatlcali till t ht-c' a-%Is-) Phall Io'
tot-lt e lei *t tie- flr't 4 1.-ctiom 1 -11411 1i,-
l~Ifit. t(*AA --
YTT E NesY Never Can Tell l're-adld. C I) l-e-n. 1t 4. Se'rc'tar'.
JYat mtl1) the causev of )our rheu anMd Tr-eaturer. and Itale) F.WIll-
Ii I:' subi isell mm I Frimit Ii ha Chapt- Laid C I)
is'(U ilie Iii 1k.o sari Jua, exctI t
4111eim 8690117to U i. hsvsmu I4 oyu nw ta tlad'iml Sta al .-italMan. l)Iiei'tearb
I *ob kno that ilalla a ) Stiho t, i i, ecris ail d hrv', alrma aliall te-
EUi~do e of qwp5Jo aGommto 1. t %III cure It --felMvce the it,,eti lr-'IIe.- '' II l'
602 Ulks do 6611,1 it wil b. &. 1, 1k.reduce th e tIlts; ed Im l r Ii eiii .%*.It
p ae t~ a laI it .111b hr i u uts; amid DIU**-b 64 1tht )uU tyrt I I e'I-I- I iUl'0 eit
eme he W WOhave a eusa l-e IIl be so ac-tihe'and V4,ll1aas)eath e'.a-r I ..~' e to %. I .
111 MN0 sawl bk.the athucaut of err.Price Z a4c teatid *l1 i. Mold *: a-e'?izmi -btl-. iar
San. Wbeed UNW0-41m, W 14. j 1 -J!'i rib
What's aawue--'L.
"- ja auieabec
L a wam --. egut a i u I a II l'1. ciAe.1.l II
1st a wat ad' Se3Itie a trad 11.dl .rC8 t --.. ci aa
U. m i PUSut-t- CS. y soutbug you dun'ts d mO't as :9'or111 1 1&1 1e1*- Ii'.II' t I
mewba so enlometig ym do u-do W '-eh 11-I'

tht State oa Florida. and tw nsaid h,% tPU 1IN&SS CARDI
laws may be amerdcd or relpe.l.*
and others adopted from time to time DL OO. WAlI.O,
as may be provided in sd by-Isa.
Artirlek Ill-The man. sand rsi-
deer o of the l anworal r of sad t- DL'NTI'T-
r torrati on and Its suboerltwra to
stock thereof. with the number of
bare o6f It aplital tnrk ubrrstbed b r ,
for bh ,alch. WC a" foll~tows: 9" .. V R L
SP Wr "l's'rn. (;a;.. !.:l, F. r t** P 1 *I S. AlA* Long ODstane
I st **u. .h

Frank I Chase. Chtirac. lil. 2 1-'
C I *. l,-.nn G;a FIt 1"i,
state of Florida. I
County of Alarbua a
Personally appeared It-f'lfr me 11
P. Wiliiamwn. Yrank H ('hap and
C. D. DI)alns. to mn wll-known at
the persoes who executed the fore-
*oing Artiles of Incorporation of the
Kraft PaIer Coni|an .. and ho
eacb severally and duly aeknowledg-
ed that be executed the sme for the
Ipunrose thereim ezpre d.
In Witness Wereof. I h ha hereun-
to set my hand and official eal this
4h day of May. A. D. 1I9.
Notary PbUle State f Florda at
target. My comlasion expires May
Is. 1,.

Note: Om aecoat of there being
other paper bo se la the State
suing the rame of lorda Paper Com-
may the Seerety of State ordered
a ebas la ro mame. We have
beforere ebagsd the ame fro
lorida Paper Campay to Kraft Pa-
ner Company ad ill w for Lotter
Patteowt ader ab-ovemetI red same.

liss N. Nortor

InT' UFl MtrLrS

INl FMm UrT.....


The 3rd. Pie and Cake you
eat should be autrltoUn. The
fnest flour, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked nl the
"purity fabhlou.'* make our
goods the most delicious t bIs
possible to produce.


fS. RT. T. chafer Prp

Fancy. Horses and

Heavy Draught



Davis & Oliver

S Without a peer.

es---ekech ." and. h*!vr Imp-I



Offices is
No. 3S.

Graham Buildiag. ov
& Earle' store. Pboe

IDA. LfVtLk Muhi. f.i.

J OM abib ifvleN hatk~a& ha"
Phe M.



O bft Us. e s.



*AIN3SVILLB. Albm Oe., FLa
OEM insal Aa~msms.



S- FLemm.

OAS will V~ s" Pe- pw --, (Mo
Cornm U ou o 'wsaw. no


lAd SGwieor is Zeal

iS' note", Corn n 'asmon
amls PNesis. All busImm prmmple
weded" so. Ow" eo n ose wto i
nffie. c GAiM MILS. iSaw..
Vrtm Sm a& H ourts. Sta0e -

O mlcs Over aluerille Natkaon
BankL. Gaineswlle Vkxida.

NoticeIaI hberebr given 'at Wa!ter V.utbrr
lureb~ame of Tax Cwrtfieate No. G.-.
'ated 41w 4th day of #cgVtemt i-v. A
;1 120. bbas Ill" sad erttlcdaI b isiv 4mce.
11d1 4 1MMade Sii'jMcto (Of 1o t 4d 90o Imtw
o accurdani-e w t? IIw a'4 ertlileateem-
DrMeps %he folJwI..4; L-( -- it.d i*n orty GiLU
ate- !n Ala'1.' county. P1 ri1.&. towit
4'im a s '-tule a' ,ake on N lne rum r I-) c .e
Mli K .I tn. X, W Co of Mr .a%" i-t Ald
k, ilv.4-1 % 61:1 eh% run I I d- a t W e,, tltnue
S to Uddae of Litlle or hr I.-Ike and h&'Ik to
Nwor Cwof sot. tb.- L a u mn L; me ChIL 34 Cio
ard E .3t1 cbs w an %wa -'#a mik Ijt, -rfnrln'r
.er .G. l. IU 0. H 2K 2 1 15G IOU sei
The sai Idmd bein a&seeIed asthe dal of
%W Lsmjane* of mob ecruLoa6e i te t"a&
-i Josephb LJeed.
Unlem sad vertlftlet ahal. be redena"
,e'*jwrdjaa to l.a.tas dr*A aI', iaLe thersse
-"tbtm Iat daiyof July. A I )Il.
witteft% MT oMCs iegmigstaire mad meal ti
h l.IstL 40 of May A. U I IM
h. H. WIR.NuK".
;41 V,er (rlkjult Court A!set-.m ('o.. Via
U% hl. I%. C'HLV')ti 1A

EG0. W. AV Ea-IM

NWT ad -,

Tuner and Rehii~er

Evtllusre Furipaeod PrOmptl and All
Work usOaugait.
I~e n-aem -Alulrw~m:
lJaatelesa l.tr lA.cd11

WItRT~Iil Co.i(~I,~, AS~Y' L


SA lPOI lt~'Qh
Nil *iw %, i', llV %

6" %4" Oar "afI.-&

I seem&) leeauo b te a-' Mslf 'aI
le 'ait &@lm ila"teigraib u .Ls-

1...lnc.l,, llabridb.

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University City.

GOaleaville is concpdl.d to he the.
oost enterprising an 11 as t he mostt
balhUful city In the interior of Flor
Ida. It is located In the very cent. r
eo the State, half way btt'j'it the At-
lanUc and Gulf Coasts. !lurruunded by
&ads of such fertility as to be capable
of producing a Rgi at \ari, t\ uf n(,i,..
to the heart of the tUif k grol ling.
phosphate and naaal stor.., It. SI,.
has the beat educatio,.al al.tlantat~;c
in the State. good hurci..-* w.tt
edifices w which are stlll lr tri) Rt %y
town of its ize in Flor;d. .itli larg-
and cousa-ti-ut coungroI.41. 1 i,:, h1.r4 a
climate which canilot b.. x<',.ll, I fIor
heIlth and pleasure. All th -e tatrurQ'
advantages, combined with a Irogress.
lwe and euu'rloriaing co.smoupoiith
eltUaenahip, are sure to make a big
Tbre are many natural attractions
if eose proximity to the city, some of
which are Alacbua Sink. Paine's
Prireo. the Devils Mill Hopper. War.
ra's Cave. and Lake Newnan. all of
WucB are reached by private convey.
Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest
mad last Uv* stock farm In the State.
Is only eight milea west of the city
and Is reached by a good hard road.
afording a most pleasant drive.
The farmers of Alachua county. of
which Galnesville is the county *en?.
"ive at hoem and board at the ame
plae" The temperature is very umu-
searcely ever reaching the ,s ,..
e la summer or the twenties in
winter. The populatlo of Ga nsville
na abort eight thooad. represemting
early every aatiomality ao the face
ol the earth, and strmnors always
amnt with a hearty weae.aa.
The Uaniversty of Florsda for yoo
mn and the National Agricultural Ex.
erimet t Station are floated within
th corporate ImIt of ath cty. In
act. latiesvJa.l b so saay things
that we uat be pardoned If we omit
a ow of thla ti tfollowinga ume
itk o: what

aleellsoe Has:
On artist
No aAILoas.
One- rage.
Four bodes.
Four banks
Four daln..
One foundre-
Water works. .
Tea caurehes. J
One g pla lt.
Two tin shop,.
"Three bakeries.
Ten physlcia-'.
Six fruit stores.
Two unsmithba.
Six restaurants.
One seed store.
Board of Trade.
six drug stores.
Four shoe shops.
State I'nier.lty.
Maaonic Temple.
Twenty lawyer.
Two paint thols.
Four contractors.
One bicycle shop.
Baseball diamond.
Two ice factories.
Six music schools.
One variety store.
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two planing mills.
Two racket store.
'I no lillnt'r yards .
One niaitle works.
Thr.e sil .eramliths.
rhrrve VOixj yards.
Five de ntal rooms
One express ottice.
Free mail delivery.
Four beef markets.
Eight barber shops.
Two public ~-clt.ols.
Twou muale Louses.
4 telephone sy.tem.
Two babl rda.berles.
Two abstract ofces.
Four prelt.ing clubs.
Two niachlhie shops.
Two bottling works.
Six boardlig houses
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Throe jewelry stores.
One phosphate offlc.
One Chinese laundry.
Inet Christian church.
TI' ~teamni laundries.
Swa. Ad,'rnt churches.
0.,. daily newspaper.
Tuw, hardware stores.
O()iu ftrinale phylclian.
Fi.t..- Five Baptist churches.
Three furniture stores.
One cold iturage plant.
0()O weekly nc.wspaper.
e', en dry gvsIom stores.
'1,r, e c io l ,ill iik ktainid
f 1 t.l'ctric light plant.
Tl.re.e blacksmith abope.
Three railways system.
Eiaht benevolent order.
Twj Epl..-%,,al churches.
I'nted States land office
One chemical laboratory
Thirteen Sunday schools.
Tao vettrliiary surgeons
One Preob} tt-rian church.
Two cigar nanufactorlt
Four real estate agencIa.
Volunteer fire department.
Bt.veral lunlbpr compalies.
Tbree Methbudit churches.
A bras band organlathUo.
Two photograph galleriaa.
Two moving lg picture SAowL.
riorida Winter ChautaquL.
One sem-weekly e aperw.
Itnv We tvwreNe agednL


atoe Officer:
Governor -A. W. Ulchrist. Talla-
Secretary of State--i. Clay Craw.
ford. Tallahl.% e*-..
.Coniltroller-A C Croom. Ta;a
ha -t.
Trciturer-W. V. Knott, Tilal.is
Attorn. y (;G neral-Park N. Tram
('ontlll-io,,r of Agriculture- I. E.
Mcl.lin. Tal i.t.ih.. ,
Sulit )of l'ubl,lic li-tructlon-\Wm NI
Hll ay. Tat!. a--,,,
I'r. Iit o f ii ,. Senate' -F .I Hi l 3l
.' in. hIi.in .

County Officers:
Cklrk and Auiditor--. II. Wienes.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr. J. L
Kelley. Gallrwzville.
Sheriff P. G. Ramsey, Galnesville.
County Judge-H. 0. Nasuo. Gaines.
Tax AssesMr-W. W. Colia. 0al -
Tax Coltctor-W. DIrekmma.
Gaineiv lle.
Treasfrw-J. D. Mathemom. Glelafs
Supervisor Registratl--J. C. Mc
Grew. Oalnes% lle.
County Com mIsslonero-Juhn 0
Dampier, Chairman, Hague; J. F.
Toewaemd. Campvlle; J. W. May.
Archer; Cha. W. Summers Trmeton;
P.. Cannon. Oaneills.
Weeko Calrma. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrom; O. W. MUer.
Istts ISlMw-m.a I0 11m1.
Xkembers House-*yd L. CartW.
Galnesvlle; T. A. Doke. Ianta P.

CMy Omrts
Mayor-Horatio Dvis.
Marshal--B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assee---W. M. Bradford.
Tax Collector-T. B. 1Uhl. Sr.
Cler and Trmureer-J. Maxey Doel
City Attorney--R. a. avla.
Board of Aldermeam-. K. Broome.
President; 8. J. Burett, H. L. Phlfer.
H. 8. Graves, C. A. Cokloubh, W. T.
Pound. J. A. Goodw.n.
Board of Public Works-H. 3. Tay-
lor. chairman ; W. W Ha pto.se
tary; H. P. Duttoa. I J. Bard. J. H.
irit-claus sewerage ayste.
Two ferUUtier manufactcrIe.
Five fire insurance agfeolea.
Two livery and feed stable*.
One crate and basket factory.
On* Elks' Club reading room.
Ifardwood Manufacturing Plant
Agricultural Lxeirinieut Station.
Florida W\\'irer l;iblc Conference.
Five dressmiakin cg tabll-hinents.
National Odd F.'-lous' 8inltarlum..
Tlir Two of the IKbet hu'tls in the iIn
Two wholesale grain and f'ted
Two wholui.ale grrctry e.-talbi-l
\VHlt.r "that ha- made Galne- lle.
Thi.. fti.-t opera house in the Slate
uutbl.el of Jack-hun lllie
A Governile.int building usn to in.
< 'te' to .'-* t V hen coDlllcted
$1 :,e',..mi.
S:atrpeintter. niA-on-ut rlaster,'rr
paluter-. pIhl.ter nachilulsbts auad as
borinK nra,. galore
More. miles of paved str,eets and
granolit-.c tIidewn lk- !itau aana 1,t1(.r
tLou in the laterior of the State.
An $ :.,<0O court h,,w:.e built of brick
and st-ne -a beautiful structure arnd
!he la* ts. flow'.& beds. Lhrubbtr),
r ullfedtl';.ni tlionuIeollnt. etc surround
lua It, ni;ake II n.oust aitractra | Ii i

ewes miu..-- -.c;- ~maie

We Ask You II
lo ake CAdu.Ow yr on emls
vobIe.bamka" It
*0t bop otL Remebrns Ual
~a"eths rem U&metv

hu brwj* vd nl b AmNmW @o
Gib" vemeood&so miv ad
ytou? For boe sobs. bedume
pertoda paim eAb ws wo
mom a&W hmsod Is i sf
badlcimsotoh. kYC TfYI

0AINESVILLE. F.0RID.l. J L .E 1i. 1909

- -- . 7 I I -- -



u ua Auuu aahAL s n- mm

A 0



Total Cash Value, $1000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchants and The

un to Citizen If Aachum Cmtv!*



Gets Prizes

Contest to C August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leadi, bheriae
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handme Pia asd
Diamond Ring to resident of Alachus county in three different setson. The
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prime ofled, a pria similar in all rsepeels re-
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, hom whom the o
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to ofer extra pri ame bllw: T
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winner of the ls m r
in the sid districts, one certifiate each for $100.00 which will be midum
cash a payment on any piano handled by them-the Eveett, Harvard, rlM
or John Church Pianos. n addition to this tewill give a1 ertlate W
$25 to all other contestants in the race, and will make s peal anIgaete wilh
one to take care of their paper on all purchase of instruments at them etri
Thie GSoiesI tati Will embrace the city and subrbs ad "becr-
fined to a radii of four miles in eeach d H -.
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RINO.
i al da /i SIrdl- -I- Will compe terti from Fr-
bEank all points eaMht and boqn I.
clielle all points south--Waldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Campvile, Mmaoy,
Lake View, Tacotma and all pointe along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.
wesrn ad lort n Sci mWill all stations frh
Western and or eH ue to h 8ptins Trnton,
Wannee, Wilcox, Bell, Newlerry, Joneeville, Archer and al settlements covered
lb this area. ONE PIANO. "

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
for ,very cent paid Into theli estaLb!ihmnutas for
goods which they handle:
Gainoaville Furniture Company, Furniture.
Phifor a Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co., Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Medicines.
L. C. Smith, Sheeo and Jwelry.
Mrs. R. Wilson, Dry Goods and Netions.
Saunders A Earle, Groceries and Feed stua.
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
P. Y. Smith, Froah Moats.
Crawford A Davis, Livery and Salo Stablos.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Bro*n House, Meals and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana Houa, Fruits, Etc.
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fortilier Co., oFrtilizors.

Whmr VIt May e Co
Balit boxes will be Imad ao utLi *.*ts(b.
m lets of the lervchaata Lt i; tUr&re atd 't AWI
usa olee. \Ntes meat by Imal m et he dirso e
to the Veots Couteat Departeat o The m
Oalamvllt. lorida.

Rules and Rleulatis
1. Tbh contact IsO o s awye Mla T
Alac-bua county who Is bu w hSm emato
of the eoutet or v-eLebd f r by au re utame
perae, to the weUl k mw.
2. No employee. atlache or relative of tIMe pr
prietors of the 0 hee*1 a&si Arms a Mthil
participate Ith eotsato. -- lad'Wo Is
so meanaW.
L Is Ow *wadw stea- I t bml t
seec coatroverny may be vrTeod to ti eMO
ductors of control, who aloeo are the pe a
quallUed to reader deolIs l
4. In the w et a emaonldte decides r.
draw from the rna, uch emmdato *ll mot be
allowed to trlster voLtes to te e a of another
candida to i te coIMes


u.J sbatoeubrn Mee 1eheseen s
$1.25-Three months' subscription ..................... 00 votes TOO vte
$2.50-Six mouth' subscription......................... .1,00 vtes 1,00m vet
$.00(-One year's subscription ....................... 3,600 vets 4,100 vot
For a club of fiv one-year subs, riptions (.Cfo r" ). 30,0o0 v ts 6,0 vtes
For a club of ten six-.ooths' subscriptions (Gt, "".. u l .30000 voes a ,m00 vets
'leTre is o lim lit to t1he l iltlhr of (llp4ll ealch collteotalt may secure.

$1.00--O4 n yJr's s atcription.................................... 6 vesM
For a club of ive oe.y*ar sbsiOiptioa .......................... .. A ie
For a dclb of 5 o s-year somcripios ................... ...... ..... ..M, vtss
There is no limit to thel Inurnir oII f club each contestant may s ure.
soUitilr vle by oenlidas or friels with the trrus
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#moo s.................... 20*( 0*
]hm ro .................. 750, O.(0 1

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No marked-up-to-ark-down values at WILSON'S. Bonafide values

are oered for TODAY only much below their real values-save

C. K s e o mwasU eopMermo
a I.eIS. as staSs ~*.***
1-SU huek *l .
m pe ,min to this b04.
AtU I ts dLete to the eow ad-
w~rlast of J. J. William. the akll
~in whbeer b heof JackwMVom'lh
T. I. Kit. the gemlal ag-n, ot the
a 'so cemp"f. r4turse s4-est-rday
frm a short Tfst to his Ianily at

Al Tyer. t f Mr. and Mrs.
Oev L Tayltr. of the Getsevlle
Pmob Orebai at Palmer. was tradtag
6 the ty Ie e.ay.
AL. T.1 h hIres bbees abwe
It t ^Sb ae'ob part of the State e
to Ia n home he resme11a.
Mr. = 4K H& IL C GIby. who
hT ns m -imto tlir home, ta

bM petsday t mt mvrtfe.
@B ter 2a Ptallt arW4 weeks.

Sbyesday foCr I-dba
s mm am to ber er and eier

reesftaI det Some.
IsterB em we wen rIequ sb b>
mowano wa m t btrlse. h eum or
alaMeS t amwe m T mm a

o. -AbCow
M a maM ad... n I N
lam o Tetl a l la wtc T
Lr af-t10 d -f 81118 to unuato
on g- twasu uof a epsety.
IN"mi t &we 0lt m y
ase &O G use t
a O ed tm Va bea
I 41 U Tm.. mM 1, r1:4
s1 tO.IL meos hae ve menBA

4the SW6 6ev- am special
Pa 'Isrt0 ord Iesee sseaar s oe
nuah ow, hfe mr tthe me ind
of 1iVI to immvm .. -oo

;- es ambeI-r"O
SSee41001ad. at Ortquire Of

C. 3L edtm.d toe Iier Ine od
IAM mse shere ,Pusterdas. He
-i ue e Wary msh emseongedu
f fs b dty~ vf mo mt -g oothe
SC. L ee alta there maim ime to
suN v ImiMnShOr.
TVepa Ver t Is the style of a
m et estate Ir whem h anmoace
ready eohotm asstsO this Sem at
1Th IIS Thea wIn I eIlu farm ad
MAwe sd melt eal ar city prep
I e a W ma a eemmsema.
W. C. MevilNG d4 Ame was tIn
'o cIty pyrly. He is just re-
gmwets gusem a heuee leo whtch
Ius commed by a herskiekintg him.
I mar Galsellmeve fried@ deeply
susaeds with hIm t IMs is isor
ames, the little e of L. Cash-
mar had the mltertune to fall and
Week Ihis arm Monday while engaged
ar play. He was climbing om a banis-
ter. wbes he sUpped and fell to the
Igrand Drs. LWD Pass and Dell were
caed and set the wounded member
The Sun ha. betn requested b)
Members of tbhe Sokciety for the l're-
vestIe of CrLetly to AnLmals to warn
owners of horses about bitching their
anlmas I the me. as they are II
able to arrest Itns dolg. The weath
a Ia nw hot and it Is unjust to
eaer hbmes to stand for hours in
the a wehu there ae many shad)
him.. that be a3utMaed

Three will be a meetlon of the mem-
bers of the Terts Club this afternoon
at 4 o'clock at the oces of Hampton
A HaNapto. Important business.
KUNe Orasm secretary.
One Golar GalaemvBe to Fersan-
disa and return via aboard. Spe
ctal train Tuesday. Jue 1t 7 43
a. a. Rotunral. toave Permandlna
6 p. a. Nice progm arranged for
the day.
J. H. Mannr'. member rf the firm
of Neoleo & Mannerq of Williston.
was in the city yesterday. *. He says
they have shipped a great quantity of
produce the oast season and have
realsed very satisfactory prices.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker of Has.
thorn were tilitors here Sunday. d
parting for their home )e-terday It
will be remembered that they wser.
only recently married, and are return
Iag to their home from their bridal
tour to % cral nllllJ tuitA t ilaC., II
atbtr States
lke Malpburs and MI T. Smith ha t
returned from a short ~I* t to Jack
souville and Camp BIryan. The) s~pcak
it the highest t-erm of the manner
In wahch they were wel-omed by the
soldier bo)s and state that all a|qn'r
to be hatin the time. (f !their llt
More State troops are in cani, third
year than for the past four > .ar.-
LAe Bradford. nephew of \V. M
Bradford. an old Gainesville boy whb
is well-hkown to many of the older
citizens of this rit%. is visiting bli
untie for a few day. lie is now re
siding at Tboitolsssa Lake. near
Tanlil&. where his friends will be glad
to learn he Isa Iru,-lring The editor
of The Sun was pleaded to recel.e
a call yesterday) from this old frie-nd
,if bohooMd day'
Martin Jacksmn and W I.. iunham
returut-d yesterdayy from t)4-ala. I;;\llM
made the trill through the coIuntr) in
Mr. Jackaou. ma machine The first
afteen milltis out au w a e 1 .41%tul cco%
ered the distance In thirty ltuIuttl
but the remainder of th-e tril was all
u it ,a lwitl.h ItIh tl ti l.- "I t-ij g l m il ea rinl (.ii .t. !!.
said then It sau as fla- aS ai> ciar
could be deslrrd fur usakil.( timrw
Mi, rtuA.lltl *he am,,l -' t, I- I Mt-, *
%law amid Iaimu '. \.1. I. r ,-t r
tIa) fr th.ll formiu r how 1 m t l, 111iKi

taen % (C $Ilt&& lar)
4-IL W I Ii 14#11 I

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5 Cab Per

LOST-Gold hat pin with omeagram
"D. C. I" Leave at un offic and
get reward.
LOST Bill book containing a num.
her of bills made by The Sun. Find-
er a ill pleam- return to this office.
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WANTED--xtra saleladisand men.
Apply at eae to The 0. W. Hyde
\ ..\ 1. I > -A g ." re -r amid 'clh-ai
S r .'l i.,% ;t !it-! illt. I)v Ioug anid
C(I,' uig W\\ork>. 31 -' .M.i i e i, St
m.,r \West Main St
OtR RKENT-Lower floor of re-ls-
d uce. Sultabkl fur housekeet'ilu
Apply Western U'nion office.
:I'OK RENT-One ix-room and two
fve room cottages in South Gainues
ville. Apply to Cofin Factory office
FOR RENT-New 6-room cottage,all
I.i Jern con(ldeticleCe-*. "LP E Court
street. Apply S A IA-dbwtter. Je.
se Prench Piano Stir
FOR RENT- PtFr room cottage on
block wnat to square: city water.
electric lights, bath room and all
modern coovenlences. Apply at this

FOR SALE -Typewriter ribbons, both
copy and record. 7 cents each.
ua offce.
FOR SALE-New six-rouu two-atory
bouse within two blocks of square.
ApI.ly 40)7 W. Masoalc street.
POR SALE-Coruer lot 100xl25 fet
us West Mala 8t. Lorth and Bor-
day St.. next to Jet Kendrlck
Wi mlml at a bargab and oo may
terms. Apply at Su oace.
WANTEDI Mient to learn iartbr trad-;
few weeklts required; tbvt Piaying
work within the reach of poor nfau
can have shop ith bInlil calitAi.
sagts from $12 to $2,' weekly; won
derful demand for barber. Cata
loane mailed free Mol,.r llarl -r
Colte.fe Atlanta Ga
hood Satisfa tion guaralitted or
mo*m-r rcfu" ',l1. '.'e I r .,ottle
Rold by W M Johasor
The Su oeef for calttn car

By IrSM il your -hIr. r .l airn-. by M4,lt-
it ,Cll i.. 1 M grn-at I.,alon msiM -
Maker. Wil; ows ,,'- ii, Nimmut-.
htile you sait--tre ti ci.arlg iit not at-
Iie'act.Sry. 'o- tr Jt0.
buOp seat dor to Wha (Uab W L Ubenr St

tional Bank


Capital, $1(X),(XK.00

Surplus, $4,00..00

C( IN S ~E It VA T I VE -- R'(CG It ES:Ccc V E C
l'air take- lra.irv lot tam iol& trig emir tuilditfi at jour &&-I wl an- miii Il
lu L C tu rite* .,r call4m ui f t ityou (- bit tri~il ate s-rvinj itli
& 1.0 ~-41 11 ofr m il iz a~ ct'.U mt
I-' 't ~ 1,1 1 V% \ I I ~I' I 4lWkR A VI N&i?- DEA RT~l EST-

Ia. M. 4 railatt U-o
i bair. Vkv-l'r.

Pi. Taller,('ashier
(I *e r.A: aui, Aiset.l ( .irt


10 yards Lonsdale
Bleeching Is
worth 12 1-e yard.
10 yards to customer.
Today only.
Ir I

10 yd. good Bleach-
ing lk. Worth 10c
yard. 10 yards to a
e noomer. Today

Just in.
Dainty patters and
all qualities.
k TiadMlp

Ruttfld 3Mu.lin Curtains, all three yards
long andl in variety patterns, 1, $1.25.
81.481 P. Very desirable for bed-room
See the new Curtain Nts, 1)otted Swisses


Choice of any Wash Suit (two-

piece) or Skirt 14 ff.

You can't afford to miss these Tuesday
offerings. Our suits are all this season's
creatiomn-no held-overs to offer you.

25 pes. Fancy \White

Goods; 13 and
values lie yd.


day only.

1Tli tsIIL

White and Colored
Linenes and Wash
SuitingP. Our 12 1 2
and 15e values to-
day only Ik ld.

10.oX) yds. Fine Tor-
chon- Laces and In-
sertions. worth up to
12 l-2c-Today at
4l Tai


the diference.

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