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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 16, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01699
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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VOL. XX VI NO. III


tAl N ESV1LIE9 FLORIDA, IWEIDNESIDAY9 o.11 N I16, Ij9(~


TEN CENTS A WEEK


GAINESVILLE WILL


STREET DEL DS NEGRO DIES OF WOUND
MISSISSIPPI FEUD


CELEBRATE ON FOURTH MADE VILL. MISS. CNE OF


Anr tc Program Wl Be Arranged for Occa-

dn-LEw Rates 0O Al Ludi

Saturday, July 3. ill be a glorious all the day will be a scheme to In-
day for the citizens of Gainesville and due .a large per centage of the cit-
all th wounding territory. from the western part of the
county to come here and get better
A representative eetng of the acquainted with the business men and
eltiseas and business men was held the citisena generally, for under this
Tuesday afternoon at the otffets of new service Galnervllle will appeal to
the Dutte Bank, when it was easily them more for their purchases in the
seen that suiclent funds could be future.
raised to defray all expenses of get An elfort will also be made to se-
ting up a gala day and entertaining cure additional low rates, and the
the \ isitors. merchants will also be asked to
Major Thomas was elected chair- stand part of the tare, provided such
man and W. I. Baker secretary of an amount is traded with them during
the meeting, which proceeded to busl- the day.
ess after some discussion was en. Cola. W. Baker and Perdinand
aged In as to the late day In which layer, who have already done some
they had commenced the arrangement of the soliciting at the suggestion of
of a program and entertainment, the meeting, have met with remark
Col. Baker made a talk and stated able success and while only a few
that it would be unnecew'ary for the business men have been approached
citizens here to ask for special serv- they have responded liberally. and
ice over the roads, for the" manner In the citizens have also agreed to help
which the trains would Ie running at furnish the necessary funds to get up
the time of the celebration would a Ifrst-class program for the day.
meet every requirement, and the Ferdinand iayer. W. E. taker. R.
thing now to do was to arrange the M. Tech. Phillip Miller and J. D.
program and Polkcit money to defrav Gardner have been named as the
expenses of the day's entert'in'- *t' committeeee to solicit subscriptions and
The amusement- will consist of au- assist in getting up the entertain-
tomobile races. sack races. grear.y pole mnnt for the day.
climbing, and other miner attrlctlo'.;. Another meeting of the citlaens will
to end with a game of ball at the 'to called within the next few days,
Iark In the afternoon. ind prohnil. lit it is deemed advisable to further
Ore works In the evening. I..-:it in getl:tin up the day' pro-
(;ood prizes will IK- off.-re'. and iln gram.
- 0 IN
SOF CALHOU Ilgal right of tilhe prosecution to make-
TR L OF A UN such ref. rei, .nru.ed. and Jud,:#
iA O AI 'l.aler. dire ;tcrdini *.lalted- it,
ON CRAFT CHARGES -t.s. direct td Mr. Ollara to protc-d.


P.38ECUTION CtO'-' IN SA
FRANCISCO CASE.

Pciecutor O'Hara t.ItAL: Stro j
Statement in Hsr Llosing Ad-
deoss tc J


ia-. ti'llara continued.
;'Ivi ti. i t hitag cotirageous or
e ic i .1r;aat iin the' crince.' ahich this.

haIaq tn.;It ..i.' eI d. W I AI. dle'tt .' I (aiI
ai jimmt iio.e me t haee.t It iiece C.0h-
111M
in hisj. I wKkct-tto ire' owm'.ht aii i L

ipartunaIt aid 11141 lit'-r~we ~'ieee


I i:.- a ri;aiit'y ",. ,v1 ith l .A raliam l1 t., I
S\ ItANt'lIS('CO .li I .. **in :i f in t. tiraii in id hi .irraiigt iintas
. C id r.i. .. I .l li., ..I i ,, i ith I t tool. th(e suplert i-ors.
Sr:l.ri trial oif I','ii; :h \\ W .e r ('alhouni offer to take
l.ai subhiitted 0i c- .It ,i i... t.. i s ; I ,t e rlh.adil prjec-t lo the .sulmer-
Iie i at ie ca a t t or aga iet I re.l dent r- alt. r h A. hih fl i le- it' a n i
if lte United itailroad.- .site'rd.l.. Ihe' .ii-u ort Wf c i tmut '.e of in-
l t it his addre, .-. l 4*r. ihet jtIurv w- lis(s n' Wasl t not because he
4 Ca eluded at thie tncd ol atin tilre kine'w. as all other ulil-n knows that
li rteviewingl Mr. Ford's alleged con flying ouer the city hall and that Atlw
ie(lousb with Abraham Ruef and th1e Ruef was ready to sell any and all
brll.try of th*. s.ui.rit.or in l'itt; of the privlleges that the cit) o ned?"
hle -mid.
'Why did nuot Tire. 1. Ford conom Another Picnic Party.
here and hold up his right huad and Mrs. C. V. McKlnulry. MibiseA An-
satear that he was not guilty of pay- Iile .Millaine. Allie Taykr. Maggie
lug this fund of StIm.~o, to Ruer.ff' Itelle Taylor. Jane McKlntr.. IHare-y
"'his is assigned a alnldonducL Ilotk and Dr. Pred C'ralgen fornmd a
b) the prosecution.' Inte.rrulptd I1,llv party of Gaine.villlins who vis-
Staile') Moore. of the defense' YI e V'f id W'orthihigton on Monda) to eu.lly
I.( iiot ew th.I Mr Ford has biee'i heIre the day The) report a niel .i\ el-
at. ,,i:ld hur i tI .n lled II hil lI-tt iujwe and sp|-ak in the haih*e-t
i" a: a \ illl r.- te'rli- of t ti l fl' i iJi lit I I ll% lli h Ilie
i rirlt' artarll t l ie ih l ni it@ -ie.rling ar.e inail alii<



Work on Extension Is


Progressing Rapidly


RIOTING AND BLOOODSHD.

Two Dead, Two Prefbly Fatally In-
jered and Three Oter Wunlea.
'Militia la CtId Out.


MEADEVILL Miss., June l..-Two
men are dead. two were perhaps
fatally wounded, and three others
slightly injured in a bloody street bat-
tle yesterday afternoon. waged 'by lar-
ties to a bitter feud that had been prev-
lously marked with tragedy. As a
result of the affair, feeling here runs
high. and State troops were rushed
to Meadevllle from Brookhaven last
light to guard against a Iposshbility
of rioting. Those killed In the af-
fray were r. A. M. Newman. clerk
of the chancery court of Franklin
county, and 811il O. Reynolds. Dr.
lenox Newman. a son of one of the
slain men. Il believed to have been
fatally injured, and Herbert Apple-
white. an attorney, may not recover
as the result of his wounds. Emmett
Newman, another son. was shot in
the leg. The three were taken to
Natches tonight for medical attention.
after having been formally placed
under arrest. Two men named lloyd
and Parr, alleged to have been involve
ed in the affray, were slightly wound-
id. but escaped, and have not been
captured.
L P. Pritchard, a brother of Cor-
rillus Pritchard. whom Dr. Newman
tilled t'evral weeks ago. w.; arrest-
Ad nidl charged witn compllicity iIn
.he trage dy.
The killing of Pritchard by New
naln a.- the first lhioodhed to mark
I L.j i:..! tud e'istetid .eteen the
S .t i. .. I, i'a ,ti es anad friends, for
:tinr.tth. Thl.s bitter factionalism had
.t.- iintct-tion in a political campaign
in which New main and Pritchaid Wvre


**I I il.,, ial, ut. .t
.'; u'a:a1; ms 'rAltl a few see(km
;., f-,r I'r.ti hatil liiirdelr. andd waas
a(IuiIttd Tiit.h se.rveed to arouuse eeni
1it ire bittr feeli.z a;imong the rela
!i\'. and friends of l'ritchard. and the
Ne wmanl family and faction. Today')
t **, i l rn I :ili,.a t on ill, a3 e
:*ot licre' I'rit. hard wa- lailti. Alp
I .icintl' '. ia ...i. v f.a- I t flird U|I|t.
:1 lie w.i I pa'- il I it. I tlher litulidli'
ill hi- IblIKKc The shot ei:ant' froii
onile' ot t hi, r ai" con 1 1t e C< ijel i1Nt x
of the buildings It failed to take ef
f('It. and Ne Siiina. Junlpiing from hil,
lutKt. rushed it the- front of the
building. drawlug his plitol. It is as-
c.rl1d, ill the unealntime.
It i. clainued that as Newman reach
il e' s.idetsalk hhe as attacked by
i, mlit and Applew'hate., Mona of
I)r Nemanan who sere nearby, ruhb
e-d to Ih' c'lr l-ne and engaged Itn the
duel.
NuIIIerusu tolleJic were exchanged.
hut it ia apparently a matter of doubt
who fired the fatal Phots.
The streets of Meadel'ille are being
patrolled by the troop.l At a late hour
last night the Italttioll as wax -ueuingl.
|Ule't. lthid It Is Inot thouglKht litt
Iurthr r I lo
Re.:rt From Src*khaven.
Itlt)()i()K I \ I-' Mi% -e Jul." I', i
Ie iliA f-t i d tlh.' IouL nicllncg
o mould re. ilt I >%I.eall, lil 4-o iinlu s al
,! F a'I titll i tIlA l .11li| P ipl, .l ar
1 ia, I Is '. 1) t ue (l du l
St ie 1 laI la- lait Kt i lt Ii a ah li t
lii.,. a. w I' k lltl .ii l n other aret re
I '. ,1i ; i.i l ( I ,* i:r<, (l |l4 ii o l lii
, ., ." ili i l 1,I .I t i lA o '10 k for
S .. ,l '1 I. i ea rlnor N ot. I


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INFLICTED BY SOLDIER


Camp kya Scon dI Ska WM bk

a t htadsfit


The Jacksonville Metropoliseofa I
Monday says:
'Willie Parnell a negro employed
about the camp of theo tarkf. FIl,
company at Camp Bryan. at Black
Point. near this city, where the tate
troops are holding an n wpment.
died at 3: 0 o'clock Saturday after-
noon at Brewster Hospital from a
gunshot wound, said to have been ac-
cidentally inflicted by a member of
the company, a young man named
Walls. ton.of Judge Wills of Starke.
Fla.
Parnell was shot ol Friday iSht,
and brought to the hospital. where
he died without making any state-
ment Althogh the aboottlg was
evidently seen by a number of State
mllitiame, no statement could be
secured as to the exact maner i
which the accident If It was an acci-
dent as supposed, occurred. Parell
was hit in the stomach. and every ef-
fort was made at the ospitnal to save
hi. life.


one of the princlpal.s was seriously
wounded.
The tragedy is thought to havi
been a direct result of the killing of
V'ornellus Pritchard by Dr. Newman
.'even weeks ago. and Dr. Newman's
.c('qi'tt IA recently on the charge cf


"Jastioe ar a WUlard f Mi .r,
whee appIed of the aoW death
Impnled a smpod of lrI f-
IowiV men: M. L L C, & W A
Herlst, H. w t.L L 4 I6M
Laurtl. IL 3 alae d I r. rimn.L
Depety MherM mL smol 3 .m.
were seat to Campi m to set
an lveotlgatiom oe abs etLg dm
Msbpo Mn wlmSen I r IMnMst.
whbic will be he em Wedesda
moning at 11 e .
"Ths body etof he dewM e was
turned over toh m=o- hb ma
was shipped toh Ms at ItamI
last mght. Toaag Wa h sl t0e
camp, a.ording to the oa sib bm
*--lp et O^CO--- -- -M---*
ad has gme to is hr a I--- b.
where. it is uadesbtesd. he a d1evtY
shAlRf. Serif Dowdm hwas Id

will be arad mlhedll paeMb 0S
Tavmestten Of th a e, 1 'as
Jury had t the alti
dental after h is oe
rowsn Wonh wb he inhl.'m


INFLUgUZA
aam~ & M*M ALM


murder. mu1s vv1 11mEWW.
The feeling Ibtween Applewhite -
and Newrlman is said to have been very JAN O J A
hitter. 0:' several occasions it i Rons M.ore .a Pea. prl.t of
fonso Molatn irwa pw -
reported Nes man had ordered the at Brail., die yesterday. Hy e w stka.
torney from the chancery clerk's en with Ilasia en Jun L. mdl a
office. Ajpplewhite was wounded in though quite *srtmoly II ar a time.
the Newman-Pritchard encounter. Improvement was atot a Jime
The encounter, from the meage r a blc cottlaued unttil Slta U y. The
facts known, was fiercely waged, and president then sufred frm 4 l ape
ti.. i.- f nuintrous hybtander. and there were marked p.may
t, lz'd1. *and gastric symptoms. Snday te
attending physctans were Ireed to
To the Pblic. the conclusion that the case was hope


You are invited to attend a moclas
at Ihe Jonesvillk school hou e Thu:rv
day Iight June 2tth. for the ipurp lx
if enjoying yourselves and at the
-;tni' tilna h help our church in Its
,II i v* nrl
As ib known b) thooe Interelted.
the Joneavilk' church is being re
built and is counuming quite a litt'lt
sum of money and with the asalst(
a,'i.e of thue e Iresent at the social
%te %ll help the rreat cauae. Come.
A MEMBER.


lets and notlleation of thi was sat
by mialater of the Iaterior to the vee-
presidest of the repbie, Nil Pe-
canh. and various other governmnt
omcials.
The doctors succeeded in Presagia
life for some hours ut the preeldet
passed away after being *uees-
for a considerable Utie. The vie-
prwesdent assumed the eseotlve pow-
eu yesterday evening I the please
of the minister, emators and deputlt
and repreneotatives f hf pOwn


NEW: (tl.KS4N June* 1,7 Ai.,thi r
hr.ai-ltr v a, added d to the record in
ihe o-a'( eld 'luipe'ltiine tru't Iproetw
iilt lii ,-I.Trday. aheu offtlclals of the
Si,iu nii.f Naocatl StuLres C'o. re..-utl
...l0 il; In thu Fideral Court In Ha-
,....tih oin he' charge of eutestlilla
a eai lii- 1tst It I r t l.AiiS L t,! Itr..
d csi i',.a i'll c In 1 ll," I tilted .lit a ..
upi M1..1 111 114 1 Illi i :;I: J (
,iii ('Ciul lof A i'peal, il re
I I e aiisellata rl'v tE Nash. pre-.i
II $41,ie-' r V ihositr.r, liariuj. :i
I'. lceard of direttuor. George M
..i ai n tiea.llr and J rV '
,'l it to ? ,rl ot li tl tof Ithe o pll il oit
SI '",ll.!: r i .i1 ii4U1s aM 'g r if
\ ,i I i. l i 'Iuliii ar i i l id Te-r
lii t I l01 l II t a ill .c i a 1 i 1ll

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Jd mge Shepard ad to t t that
,!e verdict was p reseted a ia the
'ft udants as Individuals ad that no
. oatiou wass adeof their anection
iih ith' Atmeriean Naval Store Co.
A erdkict of guilty as charged was
4urmed agalinl the defeadents now
ppallng. Four days lter Judge
4hepplard otverruled a mote Io a
rest of judgieat and lamped seant
* uoe as follows' pecer P. batter,
,'ree months In jail aad a ab of
15.0e0; J. My. yers the moath
iu Jil and Aur uol 6,.M; OIMge NM.
IIteari,*.,s. t.omue Sue; K. I. Nalh
i:,d nit.e and Carl Muller. 6.W Sn.-**.
)ii i'- n 1 11 it*-liure were lmplmo d I't
"I. .10 r .11 1 'il)t r., ol the gruum d thati
tle-. tad Ij-eIn lerore the court lt,
eart ii- leousily ard entered p'l;>, 4f
v Al I: I
Th'le deferlidaals were* rele asd i'l
,l, I ,,f I io lt'udluag 1an arllp.al


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They ar heavily insulated
and ar spledid ice-mvers.
Solid oak cae, woven wire
sheves, heavily costed with
blok tu. The hardware
is of b heaviet, made of
brss and fl nickel plated.
Guaranteed to give .atideo-
ties. Call and mee them.



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et addy weat la mb et o.

anutad th-mmew aft th priks
wyu tmmwmS. Ne wa amts the
sr tumeldffely. plesskg hisb
S pkIlSg Im la the eyes sad
poiag cat bls htir mThe gst bare
San with ipeere. perbeps regarding
k as oly a fair prt to he pa d ter
the emmoval wthe tho rs.-Lo& dm
standard.


A sad CM.
As Ak delom B has la tIn hi a r
conseao asste ever slnce 10 o'clock
ba algh. Uverythlt g has bae done
to ar hI seb today. ubt all edort aIr
vaUtalg BRi friends ar gre atly
alarmed. They fear he my ever r-
gain eometousnes It s aeed that
yesterday evening right after diaoer
the ma picked up hib hat. put on hbi
overcast and. alhbougb hb wife was
sttlng rlbgt In the room. abe did not
ay. "Wiare are you going? lie
walked oat of the hose. At 10o'clock
ia the eve-ulu the nan returned. He
walked Into the roem where his wife
sat aud took off his hat and overcoat.
She snuled at him jle santly and did
not ay. "4Wh1er have you been'r The
map fell unconsckms to the floor.-
Atchlmoa Glub.


What Thieve Won't Cteal.
The sat thing the woman dkil klefore
tlartag the fat was to put four ring'
ih the clock ou tbe mantel "ti'lhielc
woet aet tihm." she mkl.
"I should think that would be slmpl)
inviting thrieve to run awaly Si:h
them." said ter friend. "Thb.a in a
baM daln c!c ,k. and thleve like haban
sw clocks "
"They do." mid the woman. "but
they never will stel this clock. It
ticks too loud. No wlae thief aill run
away with a clock that gses Uke a
thrahingu machine. It isn't the alaru
about his I-rion that he Is afraid of.
fur he canu ip tilv kc.k. but the oc
culpats of thew tt are likel) to, r.itlru
Irbefr e t grts safely laway. anld I a
loud t ki lu r clt Lis goi th*IL), ll
Ie it tL uilnute l bthe') *Irp' I:ridtle t1
dor and mwrbe give bluw a bl chace
for his pluader."-New York Press
One who Uve to a afralshed room
ca -be pretty "Independest"-for the
eds. akp the bat r bhe had withi
Is reach
s't there something which only a
waA ad. eaM do for you today?


JUST TIME
Th W% toirl Part It Plays In thw
Bvrthw History.
Truly It t hard for os to rwvll?
what apart tmle hns played I the
earth's hstory-Just time. durntio-o,
alwly. oL. so lom!y. bare tle great
changes btwoe brought a:-ut: TI'
trluring f 0 d and sllt into rvAk Itn
the bottom of the ,'1,1 men. .min to
Thae bee~ um ly a question of time.
Mud dons not becon rock In m n's
time or wreetable matter hbcoie coal.
The process are too slow for as.
The flexing and folding of the rocky
trata. mles deep. under even pre
Ssurer only a qvwMtalon of tie.. Allow
tfim enough uod fore cerourn aind a
layer of granite may i be i.tit like I
bow The crvn:.o;4 of the rck seem
to adjust tbetiur.les to the strain and
to take up new pilitlnt just as they
do eck nmp rapidly ln a cke of
ke umder pressre. Probably so be.
man rgey could fex a stratum of
rock. because there i not time enough
eve It ther were power enough. -A
low tmprrmure actling grdually."
ays ay iewology. "durlul an g adel-
ft ag wead prod-ce rmmet that
ed mot be tberwbe b olu-t about
eves tbr a greater beat." "Give -a
time." say the great umehetla f#e.
-mad we wi sow you the ImMobt
weeks md year rild meaounai chael
SGlxibwle a a pire ed ibmter."
*G, a- time." my the dews and the
ma sad the soweake. "sd we will
ake yoe a a rden oat of those sam
stbberse r wks sd frownlin ledges."
*. "Ove i tiw." says L. starting
wia It prtemnMe t thel oM Cda
e same **Mad I wiln m Natep tl I
have pepbd the earth with myri
term ad tere tem all with
ma"-J.hLm Iarren e la Atlaotte.


W I KW


|RW I=U flUBL
II I
b dM b r Nl nGrow


Of al the womwm te the world, a
aetra most ardetly desmtre beati-
tat and urltat betr. And whe her
hair bagm a to ll oat sh becomAe
arm--. a-d Ite -tly see or a
prepar a that will top t have.
grow ew har sad give life and
bauty to the oM.
Som lawyer. a clever. aandome
astra. e as this to say of Paran
YTo wbm it may comeern: Have
tried met ever hair toie available.
imd at lat Parlata aw.a wa roe
aded to me. sad, a a last recourse.
and it to my tire satisfaction. My
hai has stopped falla I dadruff stop-
ped. and my hair bad grown two
Inches in the last seven months. 1,
Is the best and ouly sure cure for
thin and short hair I know."-Joan
Sawyer, 59 East ';th strf.et. N,
SYo.k City.
Parisian dage Ih the secle..'fl ha r
res:orer that has created such a .n-
sation since it Jintroduction i:.t'
An,-rka about two yeais axi) It is
iu every agent hao .'ells it will uar:n;.
*te it tu cur.. <.tiandruff,. stip falling
hair ilittling hair. and itching Ma.i
I to wu.*' k. or im:hny back.
It ,' i:,: 1 'I i."i t' l hi t ir h lrdr -
in In ll th. world. a .d i% highly prrai., i
by ;ocwlty lunll and arc.tr*. s ali i
has%. luxurlantt and KgloilulIo h:i'-
it will turn har h. lu-te.rle.- :aiir
lut, o oft. %ilky and luxuriant hair i:i
a few da t.
W M. Johnson in th agent for Pa-
rtilan 8age in Gainesvllle and he
sellr t fur 'ooa cents a large bottle, the.
largest bottle fur the price on the
market
Weomn's Weor and Infant Mertality.
In eight ludustrial towns. wbere the
proportion of uarrled women of child
Letring age at work In the tai ttri(
was 43 I'r cetl. the lufant o rtalllty
rate for tru )eurs avernagd 1M Im-r
I.4OO. Itb eligb I tlu trial toiu. of a
different typ'e. here the |rip.rti',in tf
married ar'tiis- at ork w~a at* di 3
per cent. tt1 ilif i:1l ire'rt..l tt, I (lI.:)
I pe Ir I*.o*( i Ti f p '* r:te l:i
the trsIt grup i. s- t Idu" to l,:stl nma..
Utr to lid c,' r liti;ia. butI t tle ait
etace of the. ustbt.r I.iadn i'-e

'bhauit.rrlali (' Cough ltin.,'dy Ic
bold onI a Iguaral:t'e that if In aret
nut sti.nfid afltr urin ta',ithirds. of
a bottle according to directiualoa our
money aill tb- rtrfdudd It l, up to
you to try Sold by all dru ists.
Bead the wat ads. I today's Sua


k NIte fl e 01 Cook-Stve
Driv.,n bat ,ws went .. were you *d.'t o--t it :-
thuo it dons MI e the itcs. Now th CABINIT TOP,
w ith or wamla .as ad kpia food hot af.r coookd, al
coa-ve-at deph a s t Cae folded back whom se ia us, aad
twe'a te m br holduag o&we&
or wite w uaaeammn agey.

Ssand a wm-
d "rfl i* giver. Solidly ma e.
bJ u fly ickalead. Yoewr h g-room wial he pleam
with a Rayo Lamp
If as with yew dl, wrire oaur osr ageary.
WTAsI As OL. 0 CO.WAeP
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JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


PORTUW I OCK


GAINMVILLa. FLORIDA


Fire. Life and Accident ,., .. *tr



COOK AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
--F. B. MYERS, Manaerr---


BUICK n'tw for none IK
Ln"t I uric fotr a .nB ar tiU
*^^ ^w io euii (-.W K


REPAIR WORK


ANI) SUPPLIES


Munk so ld


"KEEP YOUI



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A 0t'PL.I: (F '1(
15-ACRE FARM ; *; in- rriatil
ete ; o iw, nile frinmi *atril ; owner
qiirik L njer fr r r2 u).
Alj .inii i asio ** |el. ~i 10 awr s


...LARTIGUE I
3Ptrloaoe


EYE.S SKINNED'



selling Now


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Clerel scif l,If ple i In 1- 7, Y

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Wo. 374
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AN ATTEMPT at DRAWING

Youir at t&'ltion to) your own hiiit.n1=t- w o' fa il, h~it %*.*
feel as if we* had donet' our dutyA in t rYit 1to dlraw it.
I ~dnegloct *'ri i

-4. yiH* tjortil're tY imprItecti i.

owl'I rl The


your j'iptrevinj i itett



thet trotible wrhen you ini-
a4tju lrethmuigliud.


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not Color the Hair
AVCRS "AIR VIGOR
raising tomir An sot D w0la
D--L?.VSDCiMake* MakS1 .. Grow
mi Uhw.'rll GCeCIa QUb. YSoIum Lbkriul. C ';am p. Akahd.
W. s&,k dju e d ha. opw u 0 so h halr l sWatS.
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THE 11%RA M %I.: 0AUSLOPlithr-o rtolutA, JUNSE 16. 1909!









THI DAILY SITN: uAINKSTIL1 E. PLORIDA. JUNE 16.. 1909


MELON MOVEMENT IS

NOW AT ITS HEIHT

NOT CARS BUT TRAINLOADS MOV-
ING FROM THIS SECTION.

r,.om Three to rfve Tr-isr Daily Over
the A. C. L. ard Abcut the Same


Nurrber on the Seaboard.


i m i ,- 8'ltl nllI ( .i, ;l 11 il ii'11 1\
I..# tit troll t "ii le .iit f I la idia i i n -
ait It highest. for ie irl\ .ill .i nre- P)iipllingK this fruit aith tire re'
4.Ulli I-ii ll iln'taiilial.
It hat- Ilog I iinc* pii asse d sinipl crnr
loal- a d froti three- to fli ,,%trJ
iciloln tralui are run it th day over
tl,. A. C L. from Ocaia to thlli tit.
hlille It in about the same ratio ot\r
the Seaboard. the greater part of thi(
tfrilt coming from the Evinston and
'clntosh sections.
From Gainesville proper a large
movement is now on. and the Gainet-
ville Melon Growers' Amsociation han-
dle from this city an average of five
cars of cantaloupes dally,. curing
good prices for them before they are
shipped from the city.
Willlston and all points along the
line of the Seaboard which ship
through this city have finished up
their crop with the exception of the
auclons. and this is now keeping them
, ery buSy.
There was not as large an acreage
of melons planted here thi season
as formerly, and the weather having
cut them far short the crop will be
-xhausted within a very short while.


Theo Bg Head
Is of two kinds --concet and the
big head that comes from a sick head-
ache. Does your head ever feel like
a gourd and your brain feel looe and
sore? You can cure It In no time by
acting on your liver with Ballard'i
Herblne. Isn't It worth trying for
(Ie- absolute and certain relief you'll
1t'' Bold by W. Mt. Johnson.

A Quick C.'i.
Cboleric i, 'l t;!i 1111 m i-. it
tlhl:t fooll 411'y '' i iili "s >n -
Young wi 1111ii .i4tl- .,; ;.:
to lii V' i I r S

ti. BSU 1a1" for camllg scara


THIS HOT


WEATHER


ill!.; for 144' ( %tile-.



I'.ck-, cstt.

IKt.' Y our kitclhena
Ittlying )0111. wife'il a


DANGER


PROCESS


CABINET


RANGE


'lo-'t izimo illv


fuel
give


v-1, tI l t .-t iti.-flac i i f
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I *1V I O l't t I,' al., ,.' l \. c.I.

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GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE O6u.


DONIT EXPERIMENT REAR END COLLUSION

Yo .Will Mail No Mistak if Vou ON EXCURSION T1
Foelow This Advce. I


N,' < r iiig:. ( t tn\\r kidtlino
If u hOi. iit lan In I tl. : ,k. u
w il w i t r- (' I z It. 11 i s 1 4 t

I r. i ..l t i i i ;. I i
t ,I k l ) ',1 ,C 1 ,' 11 t ',, .




() : r t t k i r. .Sark




A&f NI ie', oa n'i ildnit illIf
my highest r!commundation as thyr
Sro.id of( Am benefit to me than any




other remedy I had prel lously used.
I er t from kid trouble ifo
some ti e. Th e klidney s ecretion
were t.oo fr equnt n slist ge and I
tas fllord to arise rm sil to eilht
ti (r Oduring t.ng. f Itarklso had
aayi: I gile IDoan's Kldn\s 'ill




y cache tab proved of os. Finally procured than any




Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon
other reme. y had time iould ta ue
tI couenrt from kidboey trouble fo




ache and pains entirely disappear-
ed ome time. The kdney the kidney
werretionsequent n become e and I





now feel ifty iper cent better titan
be fore to are frm to eight.
or darle by the ale alrieo had5





cents. Poster-Millburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's--and
tckahe ad wa bothered by another.







ECLIPSE OF THE GUN.
throw Will my lor It Tually procurt
on' Kid.ny Pills and they i.
helped me. By the time I had takes
thoe contents of two boxes, the back-
sches and panln entirely disappear.
ed and the passages of the kidney
secretions soon became regular. I
now feel fifty per cent better than
before In a long tUme."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milburn Co.. Butfalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
states.
Remember the name-Doan's--and

ECLIPC OF THE SUN.

it Will Oeer Next Their tfay About
P. M. tn Thio Ikction.


A partial eclipse of the sun I,
scheduled for the United States and
In Gainesville, the eclipse will be
in the nature of a matinee perform-
;ance, Jpaegining at different hours In
the afternoon of that day. according
to what portion of the country oun
.hances to inhabit at the time.
SIn Jacksonville. the ecllii will be
gin shortly before sunset and old Sol
will gradually cover upl a, he sinks
tlow thl- estertn horizrl4. Iflnlls
doing his daily dmiaplmetrancle stunt
.. the. 4e'li':-e rearfhein ita muost ad
.ai d .itage. Along the Pacdif
Solast the natives will be Itreated tot
i lIingere'hltltihn. as the eclipls
-;tart.. 1 ft re 4 o)' l.(k Ithere and con-
ntiniiu until after *. ah en the liut
t l (if l o .lr d Wi i t I .ar I il u lt.t 1

II. :,olar e-< lip as vlit'wed inl
l; iln ile. V. ill 1. ill to late lills
il is likely that 11oil' of theft' lIrett.
|little ph ni otiia:i ui -uall.i attcndlitg
a i e- ll n n t.% nt n will be- olr.tr ed ') .
| t0 iltl lii-f',t i'lt re-tingiK the se,
.I( coldili tio a fo(in cIa -t r, 't s tt I
chliagiKig l itrni io the ltillhe ui tnllii;..i


'(a--t upoln (il' ground through iint.r
T '.. tict' In the foliage.. As th- e (liips
S iijrco rc eim the' diot,. of liKht chtani:<'
t i ll to i iitnit l to, a dil liiti.liis4 crt .-ita >ii
1' I id i hilt,. to ltho- uinpriorit l ti i un ili .-, i hIiu.'ili K ;aala.i .si I; u.la .

li n it ;oIt the ir. et4 t li t.i fi the
P i 1 ll ( ll ll lll ll ,# t' ll> i I lll 1 'l
partii l iiit i rru ii in of l wii .atid light
lea tS e' ilh adling ii-tM i -

MATERIAL HAS BEEN PLACID.


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Two More Care Now Enrouto to
Gainesville for Building.
Their fir-t two cars of he'ayv luildiilg
n.it-rrl for t lhe' mw (o <-rmnenti
I'lutinuK bli, all bL.- n pla ie *d and
litil i& Olltr Lhal- rece-iled adlc..-
that twu imoilrcl (ars are ll tilcte-d to
urrnte in there next couple of da>s
I'ruti .11.1 litU on the' ltriuturtal
It-.eI land itoL&h will arria in' thir maUl
mior until suffici nlt q',antlty has lo-wei


; -lilltl li he it for tll I iiidlitK ia d it
Slil It It l e lu l -rc.I 1 4i I. l,1tl1- lt< tilt
i tl. Ill 'll r.tl t f I s ltit Il laz.a
.i Illll ril l

You Never Can Toll
.l,,t e x. tl tl. <.e~i-t 'v t f )4our il .ti -
lI.0L i-il l hut )lllkilo% %ou )..i\, it
Il, )ou knoIw ihat lialla.rd nolil
I. lit' hut w ill t 11 I --I l lit
, i, I ilt the -we lling jinIl iuiih, r


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TWO PASSENER COACHES BADLY1
DAMAGED IN WALDO YARDS.


*'-e .l P.asscrg'e a SI, > (.tt With
C ,:ss r ida Numn' Re.t .e
' ^ Er. ses by Ac

1 i < 11.* lin ." I .. \ 11 i, ,
raIt n n 1 I ; ili .e t iv ,. i it it 'I
%'t ti r :l i%,i',rning haij.., it, l ti* .111 Ilc
'ide tIl i t t \\. itid whi% h itll.. i, the'ii
for ~e\ eral miniutesl aintl l,,ilk tiis t
up a nunimbr of the lii-- ell,'r
Tlh' aitident was ( brakes sticking on the trtain and the
engineer in backing up ran Iint a
freight train.
From what could be i-.irmlld. thre
train that was backing up was run
ning at a considerable rate of speed.
as it demolished two of the passen-
ger coaches, shaking up the occe
ianis pretty badly. Nothing serious
is reported, however.
Following the accident, the crew
picked up three extra coaches and
the tralti was soon on its Journey to
the Island City with a delayed but
happy crowd.

NEW MATERIAL ARRIVES.

Watoen Has Joined the Bun of
Twirlerm In Sallmville.
Several tiw pIlaycrs ti lhe 0.
lall aggregation arrived here' Sinutida
nid have since been hard at work
Ilatatlcing with the boy.* that all ma'
let In readiness for the gatnesi that
will commence next ieek.
Manager Davis has ad\lsed the Cor
dele. Ga.. team that he would bei un
able to accommodate them with &
,ame this week. but commencing
next week and throughout the season
he would be able to give them a try
at any time.
The practice work of the boys Ir
showing up fie and the citizens are
invited to the park each afternoon
to see the manner In which they are
getting after the game. Watson. one
if the new lamen,. showed up Hunda;.

Party to Invernes.
A. M. Cushn:an. grand conmitlnuid-r
( 't I. ':. \'li: t11 a;., C S. Iill
i'ornllmd Iartr iho left .'exterdna
r lisi e ln';-l -. it I.> ;-l.g0 lent f:,r itLe
,, vt toril'-, of da\ They go for the
ritorp: -e v 'f ti.nstittlini t ( a Grand 'outi
ninii hr% I,,1 l,. i f ih'll, -!iii( ?r..
tiraniity in htl;t ritv

Secure a tenant for that Tadat
room through a lassied ad. I
Th. Hniit


SURE CATARRI CURE

Brian the FormWts d lf ri Iblmn-
tu to YOaW EMe.

Gvrms cannot live when ll)ommel
(pronounced lHigh-ote) Is ua-d. You
just breathe hi this soothing yet most
lxiwverful antil-'-iei air and relief it
ili:iiiidlate. It i i \arctly the usanc ail
as )ou would bretathel In brt foreists o
pinii and cural.L Itus of Australia
where catarrb or consumption war
aaeve-r knuowi to e'itst.
If you haue catarrh and are con
stanthly c.hiiharra.,e-d because you nmul
hi.wk. eIit and iuulle,. surely )ou
will give lloiniel the atteniilou It de'
serves, when J \' McColulun & ('o
will Kuarante*.e thi' pleasant rtea'ld)
to cure all tLi dlitress and bunillla
tuion. or will gi\ac )you )our lioslie
hia k Ii. owe I kill. catarrh KtgerI
at r, lie e. tphe Mir.tlhe', s and diLtre'si
I'I f\,r" r *tn! .* I stops Hawkint
.iriil is sill ig ataiil liiaket you fe--l like
a ls A luuli hi k. It i. the'n ;.ur. -!
nl lii). I ialI-f.ie i r ('Catl rri ti. ia
rlioi tt knlow li iil ii''. < infifort iid r<
i1*( lto i ''. -*ilfitil I' -
A lill i'' t i- I.lil I l i .11. sI lra iittl. + If


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2., ti Lit fai4 --atif t he td t1.L I 'it 1'-.
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Capitl Fi Pal

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$251-.-N


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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS S.-

IN SOUTI ATLANTIC

The mcore In the bmoth Atlantic Om0 =
league )ebterday were as follows: O- *
Jaclkaville 3, Macon I. _.B
Auglsta 5. Savana .
Plrmt Cgae-Chattamooga Co-
lumbia 6. p.-
S cond game---WeattaO 2, Co.
iumbla 0.
Charlsteet Colmbsi t A. O 4
it t it iii. ranlll.

ABOARD HAS LAROS CROW. .


Nearly Fwor Hndred Leave He r I 1 I .
the each Tuesday.
That Amelia Beach Is a popular
place Is evidenced by the large san- m
ber of excursoklsts who left this city
Tuesday moranin on the Beaboard tpe-
ial for that I laIe'.
The train, which was n charge oESTATE
Conductor Hanrell and gineer HEIL ESrTAITI
liarkMdale. had about 900 people ao
board when It reached this city, and OAIN IVILLE. L A.
there were nearly four hundred tick-
ets disposed of at this place, which
gave them and their twelve coalhe
ill that culid eadlly be accommodate

Returning the traln left Amela
Beach at 4:30 and arrived lat nlght I.h T IOVR PT R r T W U us
about 11 o'clock, with the usual nam-
ber of "rummies" well tied, this be-
Ing principally among the colored i
"itil" U bft d TO N

CAPUDINE for *THAT HEADACHLE To all Lanid in Alechua Cun'-
on short ana.,
Out last might? Headache and aerv-rt n
eus this morning? Hick,' Capedise
just the thing to at you wr bas is N
Clears the head-bracvs the serves.
try I. At drug wtor. -Written Ia RIlishle Ormpade--
The. Su oa. fu.r ca11 sar 1i.
II I I I I


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MACHINERY CIMPAHI
It..I acfrt.!,I I Crl JACKKonVILM FIOOBiIA
'm iaPrP a)c ttem luckof h Pe tae saOW m5ssAv
F.# il U! Ito-a &Id a v lfata
Wueia- 4 urlesb MmkAeWrs: su.hif.6
of eSaws, mehlg sd ea" KmSweus
We bow@ mnss bew 01wwf o s.
k. eefAuesqs ohU will SOMuy to
t i oerta of um om a. at ni
you to#% e ure
baton he ula.
We we U sw Ueem'sMetes Assaf
lew VA OANQUHAS Sws ins
ow& J." A 3610 VII
YTATM CAIPAM US
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HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.


WHOLESALEE :


Groceries an Grain


TO THE TiC ADE ONL.Y

No Order Too Large
Bej'h Ph-nes 215 INESVILLE. FLINM


G. S. Merchant & Co.
qatalles sad Joebberd i

Staple and Fancy Crocerles

Grslq, Gardq Seed aid Fertflurs
SOUTH Or SQUAR --- SAINSVILLI, fLORIOA
Mtlget market prise paid for Chiek ne. IE and ti~* Preduo.

A Complete sa& of Ma. Cora. iLt. flour, Brs. hUIea Cota
lOd Meal ad ye. We hace ealy the Very Sea ood
#A Lwe"t htaBm mad gasras wlsas ag o l e.&


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THE DAILY U0: eOAIKSTILLI FLORIIIA, .II'NE II. 1909


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4 pamgr amtd
49 so am MEN
anm am amarty
Wftwl o ade ap iaek



Volkld84 MANdoe for Governor
i b H ft -sa-s aeasumaln ia Le-
a *sgaftAh -e rat" Capit ol
m WIe s 6 Jack-soville.
l, tM O-M -et be retvea tfrom
1n gr the Jat teo
Sv -I st .a quartr ,at
Po t iWOf eartalaly
to 0 am stral place,
itoi a she pple at the sata.

SOW a C M iam@est
Ito the Sate
Mgg Sto a d a edy the
S fat who were absolutely
S tbtase m ofMd dominaed
SW ag lamw. L'le. mamOd ueach


a t whish a temsd tMh "atarchb


S -4W d l M e freak &actrnthan


I mas taske Geesmr tOO ihrist
to rld at how the newspaper
AS- iFIebd stood regarding the
b them to tag as "adver

-, M-- w- hai d W been or was
S. paiWd Ier. If the measure had
deley to polimil matter
SIoslhly have een some
b" i"t the shape in which
Sthe I L.gl.nots it was the
the ese tO sec slo and

Plea b hear In mitd that
h Is OW "emoa"ed" we ba.e ao
rneem toe IntrMdaer of the bill.
Or W We bW who was the real
-ab LUP m WWs


TNMI MM TALX LAWS

?lu the p"eaat s taws o Florida
-a si Am, says The Pew
N Wsa, Ma beUer pe~ m be
6SA4 m the bowaIg m ase which
e e Mader the obUM ervatMe of

TIMr es W present tax law the
t a tam L bwer Co., who allowed
tr laG to be sold for taxes last
ye, ad wbhih were certifid to
the Sate beeaae so one would bid
ma tha. wide ave bout I12.000 by
lettg the State hold the certificate
for two years and then redeem them.
ad of eaur the State and counts
wi M loe that amount. because


en blAs were certlied
at td will not appear o
ek this year or nuxt If


to
the
not


4maed Mdi s emape taxation aIto
lther. It i t that re the Jackoma
latm- r Co. will have to pay 2 per
ieIt b Mest this yer and I per cent
ath yr a the face of the certi-
'so t M M 0 eante o rdoom o*h
l Ies, bu ths w ill at ammt to
ot m s-eamth ot the tames r
SeeWtO a fta ilsb time we*
e s e-s ma ew ra t haw.
W 3 wlM af t hW e Da ms the

.-



Ire maly S m ted the q ealo
r# ti I ona met I"" atl e oorI








t ploleT, who w ote upon i


i brI Mhe lr. ad If the amend-aw
W pith "s M F nwspaper o wS t

a tht ime a meI tut a rdel ~e a
awat vote at atm tee the law






wl tah o-- seta Jl 1.ly 1T11. There

s 1&h truth na what you say. H
Whit as to change of ente mene


where, were you a "booe hter" dur
m your re1e. WMe in The Wland
bse (atbalo hir. Ow r eM irnd la












lowers.r

Why do iutLelligrt-nt tLei,.' tn alwe n the Illicit le of liquor n a
dry" colty? Three whi at men and
I1reral ner e0a were up before thb
ssos~ of the criminal court thi







woek. charged sublh ajillng liquor In
a dry county ThM a people can't
Mile*of 11"ba 6 11. We I













pohtibl make ato ching out of tbit
aislaeOa In the luu round it isa, bat






hltely timposslble fa>r It'eni to ae'll
pray tel as la what wy, heah lad)






eogr, boOre o a "t ooll) to pray t'
whoiesle. tr ene ad the In-d o

vitah o lIae. If the writer had t I

making of the wrii. ba would itmp
a e. for the flr~t co action foliur InT
IO liquor, and f.r the second olef n
Whaibe &Ske to thang ou o of thie

lAMe YM possible f~or ern to 1,bll
PM tell Inllhat wallyto whe th
vtbOMe Sey. Ia the worater had the
ag YOW M of the Int. he would Impof
a g*i tOe t1 1et sale ouftlio for in a
lew wquor. agd for the upond befrent.
commit the party comialltttd to the in
sai asylum--DeLand News.

b10o reowrd. 100.


A few editors I the State have very
greatly miscouatrued a reporter's ac-
eaot of the seee attending the se-
oaMcie of Bdosky and Osteen at
GaItesulle a few weeks ao, ad are
IndulgingI to a ncalled-for crti-
m. From the reporter's stateeuat
lthat Judge Will., Ia passing seteace.
wasu "-vUaely aeted" our edtorial
bretrea have worked thermelves up
to the pitch of accusing the doe of
n-om a show of mudlit snutlment
N *g could eh farther fron the
btets t the eae. Judge Wilt Ia a
a of Sa S her. H. had kowa the
Imily of of thwe youn gto
Ifhe hs owe ymth up.. The memory
a anl them yrs, at cbU-tamee
WIP ad a8-.batla maturay came
lat his mld. e rretted tat the
seslyt had arlen for him to
eotemee the eams na u to pnal
service or a hoeious crime, and said
ao. That I al thre was to the aci-
deuL---arke Teleaph.
The ordianee asilast ellina ood
on the Sabbath now being enforced
Ia OGaesHille is nmothang ore nor leos
tha clas llegislatilo. You can buy
cool drMiks, ears. etc., at a hotel or
retauraat. but yoe. cannot buy these
same artilet at a cool drink estab
Isahmeat or drg store. We do not
beloee that this ordinance would be
upheld by Jadge Wills and our ad-
vice to those aghast whom t so gross.
ly diserimuiatee Is to make a test
-a-e of It.

Today's heresy i oft tomorrow's
truth.


e "W nltUn of vour Herr
will be best promoted- best pre-
s.rved--if you are ready to give the
|rijer rtw:edy at the Ipropr tlnie.
The prolie'r remnedy for all strns.a
lralins. or culled is Perry Davii' Pa.in-
killer. The pro!,er time to use it Is
when the trouble first shows i.-elf.
I'* prompt and you'll not only -ave
tie horse. utieff ring, but you ll1 .are
y .ur- rve a loii tirum waiiinU. You r .cht
'* ha~-' a hottl 1 reamtl. Th" nret -ize
tlInttl co.-ts 3.5 > cnt-, one' l:ir r .',
oents. Hle ure your druit'tlat g,.v's
- ,,l'.r la -


ATTFNTIAM


n II L I IIIn
la apr- as tea ti..at tliatt ai s'-trM't i- 4
aun at ia! e ise eitytteflie ii ae- '.i i.a 4


The readers of this paper will .tx i he t1 e 1 aiteguar-l *e against any
pleased to learn that there i at leaI tl ..i title tr.. .e-rrl, ..conerne, l I
_ +. +. = = .. 1. i Iit ur ett tte I -;rr a it Mill *i I,- I.
me dreaded disease that si- O 11114111141l y 4 rri -t, f-r "t la.. a x1
been able to rcre In all it. -tac altlel rrt, fir I*' a c*le
.-. .. ... .. W. 44et I rl u-rrlP A11-l takL tt li- 1t 1 an -tl o(
and that is catarrh. Hall ,- at.irrh
... |i.III~~Kir i IAkig MI' 1 liat in rn-- ll.
C Ire is the only positive cur. tiiknon ir l

betag a coastitutlosal di-east- rte ALC
quires a coumtitutional tre*atimnt-li, -U" :--C M A T .T C8. .
Hall' Catarrh Cure is taknu Intern .ain.I'. l'.a
ally. actLIg directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the *i.altrl r
thereby destro)ing th I foundation of '
the disease. and shl in the u~tlent L
strength by building up lhe couiatlltt
Uoe and asalsting nature in doing Ila pocugoANm orgceoo D "R .
B r J V $. 4.11 It = r&t Cn% .. &-: f
work. The pruorietors have ou much r,.., tr i. .. a ....u .....
faith la ta curate powers that they 1-04 r- A, IO UNL COU Ta16S.
oser Owai Huadred Dollars for any a**- ad 4& SApvAS. ,
ease thA It tails to cure. eand ftour iw JW -.
teett-MAljI A dd Alresa e M ft imsw &n ametau" s ft m A 626C
P. J. CHENKY A CO.. Toledo, O
SAd by all druggists. 76 cents.
tYae Hall Fam ly Pill. for coAel-
Po w


Oovemor Oltelbcst has approved a
set of the fect Legffilature whik
makes t amlawful for any peraa.
persams. Arm or corporation to pay
the poll tax of smother. and protrid
Ing a permlty for any tax collector to
receive paymet for suck poll tax
from any pers other than the one
to who the Mame Is eapessed. He
has also approved the new primary
election law. which requires crandi
dates to make sworn statement of all
expendlture Ino connection with their
candidacy for nomination for office.
and prohibiting candidates from con-
tributing to any charitable inttitution
or ch mrch. t r It is Cn. #f tthe m rtt
draptlc me, r,,n in niann. oth'r re
lpects that could It' cnlart.dl. and if
It does not renull in the ambolition of
the primary syvtemi of nonminatiln
officers. then nothing else is caklulat
ed to do so. The aew law will have
to be stee to be "appreciated" by
the voters.


4:25 p


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Lake City, Valdost, and all points North 6:00 p i
Rletnin ulr, riv anesvil ... ........... 9:030 P m


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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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,lville everyy h1Mon-
til .Junle I tl ul ) to
tit :,.pt. 3 1 l t
* tickets at Ricli-
ald 'l l' il.a Iplpia.
Ii Tr r..s,,l't..;


For iiformatit if' nrttQ. r.'ct'rt'at i ll'i (t(. call
01n or t l'itt to A. W.IIii, I )ivi-ialassel.-
ger Agu't, ], 8 W's Bity $t, ack~aivilX., iFla.


ESSSUSSOCSser


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SEABOARD
Air Line Railway


$,.00


GAINESVILLE TO JACKSONVILLE


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-- Good All Regular Trains Jn e26--


ir hutIitt'ilifll(lirticl real OJl or Wit


. M.WHIIALD.SC. ('. BO'Y'LSTON, JR..

(hiinleaiO jiltlFla. Javkionvie, Fia.


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A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
,eusumf @SIWA ?YM OSPWMPSIA,
CURES Mw s U rs A YL UV
A gn*fA'ii CUM for all diseases eaned by a TOR-
PM UVII. One botte purchased to-d4y smayr sve you a seroii
iskk spell tomorrow.
MALL DOK, LAGE OTTILE-PRICE .8 GET THE GE1U IMF..
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO,
-ea1 "t Ntrb 3" *S ST. LOUS. Ma
ld and Ro~omansrkdod bA

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Tit; DAILY SUN: (AINEIVILL. FLORIDA. JUNE Ift. 1949


A MIGHTY FORTRESS,

The Famous Rook of Gibraltar
and Its Armament.


A GUN IN EVERY


CREVICE.


The Pe Stoared With Fcod and Mu-
nitioen of War to Stand a Se;. cf
Seven Yeare-An Enclrli Vew of the
Cannon Studded 8trc,* hold.
"An ei tlly'n i*P t I .. .. t ,
tiM e I ,ttim i In I ti n i 1 i L II .f '
Iullg t\illiln ti inie : .. ;I;
N.,t C 've'l i tO it r id I .. r I -
In el ite rrlting the i.n ut. t l. i r ;. ,:
bl.0in-e t nI niht." ThIl.. n- I p t'u
topl1nio iS of tIhe mast a. n. III4 I1
experts as to th in' lill'r4...:; ..f it,
world's gr"ntest firtr. .
But di:A|lq itintmnt i'ditw 's l. rthe l.ht
st'lng visitor. The ratk. tllough bl..r
r'en is covered with luxurimint e'tn
tlon-not a fort pronmiel'it. not a1 ru:l
to be seen evre with tlhe- Unost Iou
erful glasses. no discernilIte ammuni
tio mlagazlnies. no stronmghtilds. only a
peaceful. prosperous harrbor and n
sleepy. straggiling towtM.
It is night. and the notueurers aren
on. Swift playing osearchb:ligul tt:i*
form the bay Into n alhi t cf ith;ioi:itrr
nlg sllver pon whl.-h ;are meet.l I.:t-
jesett British warshplls anl clnia nte'd
ying shadows. the Iorwedo.. (...t.:
i nwer uoa out of every (, n iva .,'
ret ke Iad corner, blet:dl:., 1: ..
deafeanng uproar. while w ore 1'f et' shr
plow the water fo mlles round.
tries are everywhere; iufuntr.
parties crocbh In the bsh:dow-; hluu
dreds of guners stand rendy hI,!:::: I
hundreds of gum In these nmyterlows
labyriaths hewn out of the solkl rdnk-
"tbe galleriet'" The ricl,,u l.ar'lng
of Maxim guns gives c'ntrat tI,, the
deep toned baying of tbhe~ mannl,,oth
plect of ordnance, the mere repr rt of
which cracks stone roofs and luuret,.
doors and whole windows. C'ou!d a:ny
fleet lie through the murderous hall
of loantkc shells?
Gibraltar never sleeps. Ry day :tand
night two perfectlyy eqlippled Eignal
stations proudly flnunthgl Brittan's
fBag of ownership, u-nc rsingly weej
the seas around to an distnice of flf
teen silent on a clear day. instantly'
reporting the c each ressel. S'ntrl,"- n.uard all the'
prominent f- rts. in:at,;zines niaal gnte
ways: gunners slme'p te4ill e their g uns.
ennlneers are erevr readly tb'lde tlih
powerful -intlilll :tti.
atlcern "necldle'" ruis. the finest tI,
Eunolw. :Iare inl::lledt oni :ill the iosto
prow innt peInts. They nrc unreocha
able ronm t*he se,. even as they are




GAINESVILLE


FURNITURE


COMPANY


\Vi at liplaying ai p'rf.'t
ill of


1IA.M.NII(KS


('REX and isi MAIN4;
RUGL'.;


() 11 SP %,E '(~~S


a:1Ii I'-t Wood .-4tve-. and
]au g<'s -,oldI in tl ii? s,.< tioi.
Fine-t line' Wlit, .Sprtia, l,
I'.et4, '1' Vow '4 .1n111 l Pill

F rwe. rWe lWY w Wil
l dt celebrated 15 0ster-
Imt Mattrem at 13.51.

Fift-pead Crge Tic. k I
Er CotlM Itt res at 5.45
-g pr i 8 18.51. Cal
MM -m *M.

TAIU ClAK I TE IM
Brilif oir t161y 7 carriae Si have
W le .r nv plh tml it W it Iw o i.

we ia VO$n 9I C""


or


Regrd Cuticura Soap
ad Caticura Oltmcat
as unrtalcd for Prcscrv-
ta hPuIigau Ud Bca-
ifying the Sa, Scalp,
Balrn ad Hads, for Sua-
tlvc, AAtisptc ClanSing
ad for thk Nrse .


1. sc tim. N
WNW iaev.


nil


Early PU".Wkedtay.
NI the Epiltle of James we Bad the
early Chrlitian rule of psychotherapy
It wns adopted by the early creb
and for many centuries was a rle of
faith and pructk-e In the Chritisa
cbunhb lu all it branches. It le still
a rule of conduct In some ao he o older
cburches. sad some leaders tI chrheb-
es wlhre the rule has lapsed begti to
plead for Its revival and for the as
.:;: i.n ln t e church of what are
.0ll..a Ite. e eIeP.I l.noee f m.. I u r-.'


vall441 lip prrllilvHmt lvwI" M.
0n1Ils-eilrihie. 'ewina1 to the %kill Willts sald; .*ls aauy picrk aaug y ou, Wt hin
which they are p ln? '4 -1 id wi'31114d to- call fair time elders of the church. and
match th.. Knnrrow;;alhiIgregi-latlit). let them ir n y vecr bslu. anointing him
while htin e c neel drop atuloniatlc- with 41Ll in the ninme of the ormd. Anad
,illy t eftir'e tbhe as an'wlm hilho ol t Ir the itr#- x'r act cf l:f 1.shall Ive. Ils eisic'
T!,(.I '.. ve n 1*ri,7 i uf ftlfcem Bill" s alid the lAi) gtil.ll i' rehlwilsis upo. S!EJ
mrd couhd droip, 0!''tils on 'C'vhi. Ii At If ,e lie Il En clitimilted "I-1:o4 te shvy iall
r:Ca. oppo-zlivc. luhlte romforta e!fy. One be teergi 'eta hida.' Ciii'. ;, su i.'.-irte
run a'e'ih If) tolls and Is cujeable of
r,' itshell wIii-tti "It cad ni or "rt saved the life
te ofm a ton In that marvel of enrl-
necrin. inderr vt diftficulties. 0Iw" of my child." are the e'xlpressions you
-~I1r~iea. nrt- cen'eailed '4 g fte r e*"i'r3 hear eve'ry day AnbOut Chanmbswrin Its's
4-vi In the i4:i. r ,Colic. ,hole'ra and Iiarrhoo-a R'mtedy.
These i.t 1l'rls rae di% Id'l ito tohrev This: iv true ill*' isorld ovre r %he'ra. this
m44-'tlowa. v1.4 rl ti I1. Is 1- 4 t1.it '. valuatolfa rtwedy has 1)4,# Intr~aducA'd.
l" .'lt 1c1ic I'0 1.'t4 even oi) thigh Oin-! No tler neidiijnn.* in u w Ie l diAr-
Ce'rs. Ca-w.i Ii :i 1- 4'' er~vcal sttiore. UIU rhie'a air hl 'l Call comptlaints has ricaviv-
lhtiutis a r. raijamt(for (lbral- ih gapproval. The-
tar Iv 'e ijn lrl .r111'4 a iti4 a cipislpl et'
condam: 4'uI IE I1.!Ii '..,t e'ra'oft htflie'ellicE of ('hamhorlalti'"'
lawit n -icz.r -''I .,.-a% eo y-mr'4. (', ('il ~ra and llaerm huaa ll-tnva'eI
Theit' ti r 14a lia inc.e ItI. hliat it vturo-.. Sold by all druggai t~.
ty lh'-rfa't lIivi~ i!a Ie 14 .ie wirre'(ia- -
Ili-, wate rs Ire nivipot-d t ciut 1111.1'Ti .l....La~c y.
al1a' liiii ii %l Wift .'trtAn ou is 1'dart, -dh 'mu'beh~ 1zu~a4 faa~
kLept r4':iytrhi tlua. it It 81111 I Lis pirdva.r a ii'&d 'It...t d IL U tt..
iliii, t -1e 111.e 1141 ou it g 'g r Irdl l i a ti t 1111ic ie i ti wu ily tse rvotoa .
ttsr,:a't- :;:,'(% tL"e'aI.() r 1,o, Ii'. y. I*Vw ua ..~* iziri s .d lbe utmovistIsito lit-
i tooK,~ tee t het tita "eri a f..w !
a r.alcu audi fuuudI the ranleter dig-
oo le.I llVD( tiv& rtomi d~II~ I he lousIies.
.4-wrj' 'aivP4 hav e "a' Ll' IC l Wh. ( eri,." he b"ti.* "you mIust
rvdtim' eaR. :a fa i' ''.r.; laci 1 'were -(It dig' rutetid tLbU te. Iwsina bahas in
1141((!) caal 1:1\.1 Ic 111-i~ i'il;e t re hl it htliaiI am. sull r Su~ )tU a e strong
I ce'lt 1 fa .- s.11 Ifi V. tU.r) a 41' I 1r. I I'd aug it)to pull it tin p by the roots.-
'th ie"4 t':vrv prim te' or ni e rl"e. low ii. ji air."' rviblied lb. ardeuoer;
t4 ha'I-N, I lot, T t-r i.- fe Cr a '!-11 w -Uits' o ti g eu Ii. bitt I m ust dig a
rtl little bIforrr I aau elt Iildl of thw rios.
114,111 ; I .l .i V ITA S' i i it If )aU e. t l du d aw to uPtt- IiIa w up by
tth- brarce.lms I could, of c urs, easily
", ioe r'ei. ql thew wllstout igigWe"
Nagcia as tL.e Scotch Make It. -Ioiduu Straud Magaine
TC o aitk' I.. i.ee tbe heart.


toelaue flg 14 udnall Ii' a.r tI the ubweej.
ace' 'Im 1i~tl o f i .t4 e'a, f' ur oune ~ cs aof
cruml, (it,, eat1'a'd. i iti'rilndl(-f toue l.'iu-
Ami*I- o e'eggmt. t ei-, lk' s1,- rdiucs
iia .% i e s'u..'-t'. as ju~arli r ,f ata' ibM '
fu fitct ig ..'-, r wiizalI%%.. e'a -;i%-mee fuli (to
-:t1 4 Io'p 11I 1 ie i.-1t ; lij..a .(' l `
l'a l 1. 1111 m t h I 1 1.0: 1i't: 111 flte'
l.r.'aai ititt. i" i. th' n' 1j,% ''5. *'. e-lcice'


tle r t. c Al I- ar 4mii 1, II.. I I .1 r tr i t l
'.fr t%., T- 'i'urn It
-111 ii .:l n. 'rlv r 'e %cry L At
Poor Milk



f'Ci1 iI ,I2et Iae,i' l~hrr eitit cur el
Ir. oitoi i ti h t ) to. r,- -t too
urAl Io .kr1' ith Tha'Att I! I
tI bs A 'Is a hil Is it i or isp
m--t theiemiaurtsihnissttt(if the ftAanud a
flt-Ie" l hle de'a.actually stare c'
While m, Ct-r'.Su%'t-rnifust aujielwinthe
secrutas sandt ui8EUtwo t~the (child. surv'
and o-aftePicrta'*.", cetistio oledby W

if you have fonad anything aNo it
d is adverilsed L, the West oaks&a


CASTORIA
For laInat and Childre
Tisi Kd Y rave Alhvn btq
Bgars th' y
Bgnpiurc otf d / A

Walking In Now Verk.
MuI watlk miii.r- r|pl of \,% % irk e'nI i 11 I: h al i ,lwr
dJuili I thte 1I1Ill1*-16 Lh ,urm. rci' llUdll
ta I!iv Il l'a i t.4 94 1I a r. l 'o-lto rds o
h.a Is fur aici 'Ile |ir i .i nill i>s
b, uar After 5'ltr c tI.r j, e -i v dit#,:4
ti,A rl tilr es Iil't. I a ur.-.s- ew l rki
IlrulJ

Hicks' CAPUDINE Currs Sick Head

Also Nervous Heaacbhe. Travelers'
Headache and acbhe from Grip., tom-
ark Troubles or Femal trouble.
Try Capudino--I' liquid-lecta Im-
mediately Sold by tdrIggi


THEATRICAL COSTUMES.
The Man Who SuppliMe Thm Must Be
Artetie and Well Read.
An extenarle lilbrry e1I n nhOt ntte'
nf'-c-itv to the thentrwial e.mtuti~wr.
At tihe, hmel of every thealtrietl re-
tliinig eitinil 'l-hnlit it tWhere is a i nt s
of erlt .itl.' ,xi~xp rketwe arnd gpfuine
art ltt,- a S li,, s t, l ,llU.i It to
k14iw shIt eMtdtai and tilw t-o Ir"t
It If "Tie' i'r l,re qv If lio:." *"I<.n
lltr" or *"The I-irlilnl of the (;I.s"
1i t. (i tr'ur Ire1dTl IH' must map11 out the
Ilrtnes n hichl the en tningl Is t be
dl-ne., Bni tIli-', Itne mlro t I-e nhe t lit e-
tl n, ur:ite. Thlire Ito a nl.l Ilif'r-
i',c I -ttllq tie I'rs nch **' *4tn'rie rof
N.I' l ',,'l i t" m 1 1i,,1 lhl1-, w- rn toy
J3.amint al'.\re- anl bher frlh-inl. ThI.'
htilf td *,l*iir mnout know it anil na t
,n iI! kwt'!omledge. At the tin* I'nCt-
t.r foug'it hl s lat fight the I'nlitlV
t.ates narlny-cn ;lry antd Itifantry-
was; utfited In a peculiar manner
that bna long since pamc d away. It
the play deals with American army
life of that pirhid the costumes must
phow It. for It would never do to have
the critics resta" the piece because
the prewlu*ers were lirtorant of the
thing Iroducel. The man at the bead
of the cotminag department mUst *I
tber be conversant with all countries
and all periods of history or e mut
know how to become so with decided
alacrity: b ene the cosUer's library.
-New Orleans Time -Democrat
Soet NiPpIl
Any mother who, a bhad experience
with this distresslng ailment will be
pleased to know that a cur may be
elected by applytig Chamberlala's
falve as soon as the child It done
nursing. Wipe It oi with a soft cloth
before allowing the babe to anre.
Many trained nrses use this slve
with best result. For un by all
druggists.


One of 00 usM vokm ,Os." n ubundresa
is r~mr sm c~l
of tOw uislt oeOwrmbip Iur ems.m uMNI sw d i irow
tke. wf the edee- sim ekse sMes M
Moso d the Auwwm Teimphees m&W OnI 1 u ofs tmis -s
Teegap Csme r mu e m srd or-me' mu s bm Se hI To&
steld S0l Telsphees smpsus pso ssmps Ib NPdbb to vt
We "m-*s thsnma&of = moss f.g & a iV YWO aoma tm avfw
disemomesNosw In Ons w Seas. m Inas* her Oeft Slmt and beput to
b weh us wafsan le ad d mftsa- m my po -w
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Lise aM Alw Amie Aed o SIogles Vottwre asis moilao lreids
4Owad It. Are ur This Clam.
Alat J C mast. th *e aflrti. It I a fLac that ibSho Inirltkonr and
hsi t of if h s Ppeairo I Plttig darting I&t that derote thesew s rev
a pIltraJl af UMLla a : t1 the oltion of the prI lse of aria.
lTaIW 1 W a ImltmllO d at see t11a hlre giren no small Ir.irt of their
of the s1RtL, and LUrolma mid. TWhai pMrelinary stldy to ionrsklerlnit the
I wmenth lh I always a l',!r"rel : an nner of f'l. .r Il :,i
~tI0i md.' 'le eoe Mkl.* 'V'Whiy. s A strange rN ri i f l ir.-til :mtl.,
uitanlnl Iave the credit ? I)*.. o i'- l; it the rC(nCtI:I It. It *'.*r:'l inI
It I large Minmaure. *No.' ahi I it dursed, tht. 55 .v 'i,,''- I'; I vl r n r e'ih
Ola. *( the Iolnune. I don't nhl:etn.- ti ut to be ru'*-rslrl al. I.-' f.4 t lin it,
bwr that I eer gut rendit tor It bnt attainment of light l',r lti.ali-e. 1i
me*' Tben be tod bhow, urrylang t ciaetdted Iy thee r Ie"t nuth,,rlile.
mw t rwt a co artnoo be wa, or that Ill birds othl ,'d .ntleittn'lI t
dEd by the jode to defend a primt lap their wllng--asl, In this ,i .1ieier:,
a amreen d f mreI and battery. A may be mentitioned si;rrows. liuchllhe
witm was I st smetlfylag that bhe thrubrb: crows. etc.- nr. still IIt as
emplielnmt had bess foot all over mtperfect stage nlof advaln i.-nt
a saM. OV rew eamlastion.' ald In the next claus. rs l'l;.- d,,--n-.
Lites. "1 asald him, "How large was adrancd are- piutl 'ir IIrl- a p1i
that "es-tweroty ac-tr "NXa" he geoos, swallko. etc.. whib :t.rv .:iel
aIaL. "hT scIY"? "N*." "WI to dart abeed for a Ispice after bthe
thWa tW mwr" I peWisted "Yes. have galad a good start b) thew i;or
I$ he twi" Ihe b wed. "Aid t' r uAe s apling of their pliiltiu.
seW M m t tbb n al e& r tIh h the tMird class the birds tbat muny
IMvtr Ip ttag to tlh prItb- "-Te be mld to be perfect lhnu are ibe
CW" ".1, s"'| I B m, W' t ol O r eafe. tvltures atlbatrusse and sira-
- It bb t t n tWI ed~ m D ter bhig ird poessemalog the aillity to
1 lte uS m lre'r Ther w a I4 1 ri sa l d I P a s way and snr In the
O" w as 1thlt he had t* ailr lad altly without a eerpeh-lflsle
O m Zdh.? it a r meemoe t of their wigs. It is. ot
4 11 14f4 tGR 4 tw1" a e w etaow, nnews to eTvry prer-n of as
S _p U MK 5o"I sWth fterther etbsrvart tur that thaee l$ a rfowl se
sI -nmI I- M. ta e to mwa lIto the air mWrdually au-
-O *I W UWa d= I I wa Ta- 10 at last they disalpa r fru Ithe
&e Wt, Ittat VWs Ie mly ti I eyo ef the watcer. It belms stmnt
ig. 41ma AO we I. I Wfh I haWd me.sw to deteit o any movenr et be-
L -reed a 0liht ooeWsinal modtoB the
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SA QUICK CHANGE.
SMr. r* em t I e Desiret Per Comfort t tkh
IW U pew*1lr b I" m e"CFCr"es Par Speod.
0 6W .....*.. e.wwr_91y*. Mr N wear (a-lsI to start on his
1 th 1adn- I 811 01L "My Iat trip in his r'e-etlyr Iunrrletn
--1 U arf Mr. Mer4C-- Use motor car. to hisa bnffleur,-Now. WlIl
p W1ad 'U sicn 1i* sn. |I wart It tivor ityit:'. unt!r'teid
is P r y dayI w ill -o% blae *t iii.. :....;*
00111 WedINtO lrtowc@. Tlhe ikp r.rlu audr.r tle l.tr.I l tilt-nuot
I1 ld t Ib dbktaLllke slowly. as ckoe to it as y, u iau Ten uites
Adl I ai, lepilepal Wo ld. am bour Is fast enouglb ftr uow. What
uQ Wr I wtI at I Cmr rt. ne(t z.-tllement. Io
"It Yte4r mw oskeery that ptlts Iyo uoderutaud?
m st." aea explatoad "I Ika Mr. 'Three days later "Er-er-WillWim.
* vebrlary t r pat-'a pesr.' 1 1at bt back to the bunea bL T
V0l0 oaLted.' the am'-he ely o'clckL Ttls nrsad S u, very stra-lhbt
m4 a&0 M eds" Her astter- and wide. jou't yue tbhik ymu s rlzbht
g mile wavanr d ti ma Uke a sa- go J e I a Ilttle faster without d.Bo-
ham "- I, ye. sIr. bae a real it gerr
uary style. I tmo skblt.' ar bt Two days later. "William. thlh du-t
attiNaDs.' 'bmp' tallish' "kypoth- Is very umpleassat. It ye' could iwe
kP-'-tbIW 'r me w era to .m, that car t erd-It saees to I,. 4 nag
md ot eerns I n't rattle them ed rather slowly." *
very fast at sat. Bet Just yo wait. l it day. "Put o a little snre
say. Ulii day after tomorrow Tbea ped. WIllUam. There's mo uOe In Io-
you'U see." Inl a crank. This nrad Is touo gold to
"All L-a _-- .


-AM IlcaU Um h-ave IIIemIvui TO-
ealbiark that their tenugrapher
mav get acclateme ta eh" amid the

"Yes sir; enI Mlarlg, ome small.
ABla her s e @ att* ered i. "YYour
Ik ltarer thS mot. I should say It
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A week Inter. "(pen hei ol,. Wil-
Itamu! There ane ,no ,i w it',i i tve
mlite. I'l bet. ad I IIbenr- re w bu
carl ? I'n i a. .... i'...: 1..( I'r zilp
Let her z!p' TIhle Is no te':itni roller!
.et*s h.rve o, eI ,ii, p rsl l'l"-l.l


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Itcary. I lil It." Mon Past Fifty in Danger.
"'isl HmLlu if there'a -er-any
"iss ) u1s i-if ll .ta' -.et to Men past middle' life hav- fouoir'
sapplkes youI te.all *IIU' r< I to du do
is aN-k.' sil tw iz *. .ri broker fatu "olrt afrd refll in I'tlhe s Ki'!n'r
,, i iiemte'd. e-t-peally for enlarged lpros-
,-- -~-- .t g!.1. ,; h I. tr, .
C(1't ttft hang on ueal, ti thei- ioin tl! i- tl I. K .r- ,a
"witlu tiltCn and d vsl(op intI cr n '*t-rXtr. % ., rr:*- I t .s .r
samptIUo. Foley's Honey and Tar Io ma l,.t:'. r --T. :,.1i .
cures peralstect coughs that refuse and bladldr trot.ll ad q.. t '\ rl II
o yield to other treatment. Do not *I" l z*.I.'tl .t .ar: n t a~
experlaient with untried ruteedcies a ("'ratlon On account of hais a1.
l m resultl In )our colM ato On account of his agt
delay may result I your old we wert afraid he could not stand
tlag on our lungs. J. W. McCollum it and I rteomm-ended Fotl.v a Kidni.y
S' Remedy. and the flrst botthI rt.li.ut-d
at aw a& RO ate tra b hlls, and after lintking the t Mutold o-
t a vt a. stile he % as no longer troubled slth
lor you--st emthig yoe s 1t sa .. ... ..,, J. W .McCollum &


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Many rem abe cuare of stomach
trobkes bave been elected by Chainm-
berala' Stomach and Liver Tablets.
One man who had spent over two
thousand dollars for medicine and


treatment was cured by a few tboxt
of these tabk-s. Price. 2') cult.
Samples free at all drug stores.


Afrie" gElephkts.
In portion ofrAfria tib- natives be
Here when a herd of rlecphl ti hI
alarmed and rarl away the Iull If
becevuary. pkik up and carry on ln-ir
tusks tbe little ones whl.h ,i. .iri t t i
able to keep up with tbe herd TIhe
littk- or" o t.wu e lrti b ru welcb n;t
more IlthaU 2 (Ipunl ur:d of corse
might readily be carrkli. ns stated.
We do mot know that any white an
bas ever me-n this, but the uitlves ln-
sist taIt i done.- Frest aod St ream

A Vital Plint
Thl.* inbt dellrte part of a bab.
Is It's bowels. Every ailment that
It safers with attacks the bowels at
so endagering In most cases the lift
of the Infant. McGee's Baby Elixir
cures diarrboea, dysentery and all
deranements of th6 stomach or
bowels. Sold by W. M. Johnson.


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The ODio*nee between n Them Mnd
Thee ef the Jails.
The chef dlfferuce betweenn thle IT-
eroge h-rl etell sl thelb avrne plril-
ou erll. % ltt ft frmI tth. istadollntl of
Iea.il .1 ) hol) .. 1% th.,t i to I Im kedl
on the inlsde to Lkel' outlidertr sut
1hi>!'<- the < '. r I. .* i 1 II,' h ,'l
ithlt to ki -'e l ;; .. r II i :i-* o* "! i t
of th14 h. ,t l 1 .1 I i .i i6l t'-. I A,.
Ihliii: wil I tee e!o e s* Ih I r th r I t,''
thing ill Iw- tukii fr>i m in h I, I t
one who ought Ito* le In a rl",in e,:!
That IL the te" l ry of It.
".im k yr urt dor nuil le'ire ie lr vnl-
uables at the iode." (cutions the t.lIIi-
Ing Inakee-er. "I*f )'ou bad valuallE
you wouldn't be bere." obwsrves tle
witty (prli n Leeper Tbht Is to a4y.
the qlt.iilon of valunlleis mi~lsr to en-
ter largrily Itto the latter.
It would be great to hnve a (.clllza-
tio whblkb cusklere d valuable only
those things whbih tould uitt e stuklen.
surb ha me*tal and moral eiuliment.
kill and god fellowship Then we
coeld be a little oIre sorltable. We
coukl talk to eacb tbher without but-
toalU our roats or feeling for our dir-
mood studs e ery few minutes. Then
the me who willingly secluded him-
elf In a staffy hotel ce1l could be
locked Io and umde to stay there on
the grand that mnmetbing terrible was
tle matter with hbi.--uB-.eml Masl-
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iteat te 4t4b day tor f S;.t-ajt-rr A
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6Wa baa imade IeaUucti for tax deed to laue
ia rerordanee wit? .1w % ah cdrtirle eem.-
iwear.,athe foilowir..: drsw.asiuod l&usrt, aliu
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*iiie'. itwI tetliflea abal. te redeemed
.44 ,tirthfli to U4e. 1tx deed a i. % -'; C.Crev
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AINESVILLE,
-THE---.

University City

Oatnesville Is conceded to be the
toat enterpritsng as well as the almost
beautful city In the Interior of Flor-
da It i located in the very center
at the State, half way between the At-
lantic and Gulf Coasts. surrounded by
ktlnd of such fertility a to be capable
of producing a gieat varl-,t) of cops;
to the heart of the tduck-growing
phosphate and naval stores belt. She
has the best educational advantag vs
it the. State.. good chur heb. with
edifices which are tculerior to anI
town of its -ie in Florida. with large
and conlsitet't conlgrKatlon.; has a
climate which cannot be excelle-d for
health and pleasure. All thebe natural
advantages. combined with a progress-
lie and enterprising cosmopolitan
eletiblehp, are sure to make a big
elty.
There ae many natural attractions
la close proximity to the city, some of
which are Alachua Sink. Palne's
Prairie, the Devll's Mill Hopper, War-
r-'s Cave, and Lake Newaa, all of
which are reached by private convey-
nce
spring Park Stock Farm. the largest
and mest Uve stock farm In the 8tate.
Is only eight miles west o the cat>
and Is ree-bed by a good hard road
atording a most pleasant drive.
The farmers of Alachua county, of
which Gainesville is the county ser.
"lve at booe and rd at the sar,
place." The temperature is very u
scarcely ever reaching the u'.'.e
tet an summer or the tweutles In
winter. The popultlUo of Galnesville
s asoct eight thournd, repralaesUn
*earty every atiosallty ON the race
o the earth, ad stranur always
meet with a arty waecom.
The University of Florda for yous
ase amd the National Agrcultural Ex
serimet Statis are locate within
the corporate Us Uet of t cety. It
act. Gaiesville has so may tlIsa
that we uast b parded It we omit
* taw o then I the ollonatg mm
atljA o: what


*almille Hn:
Ome artist
No salcova.
Oe gwage.
For hotels.
Four banks
Four dairn..
One foundr-
Water works. ,
Ten caurcbe a.
One gas phlaL
Two tin shops.
Three bakeries.
Ten physicla-,".
Six fruit stores.
Two gunsmittbs.
Six restaurants.
One *eed store.
Board of Trade.
Six drug stores.
Four shoe shops.
State Univer.lty.
las Twenty lawyers.
Two paint bhoirg.
Four contract tore.
One bic)clhe shop
Baseball dianiond.
Two Ice factories.
Six music school.
One varictv tore.
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two planing mills.
Two ra.'k,.t .torel.
I %u lumiil'. r \arIs.
One nmarll works
Three .-il\ r.-i ithe.
Thrte wood yarda.
Five di iital rtoms
One '%jrt'.s *tr',re.
VFrv nAiil ill-.l ry.
Four belf markets.
Eight Iart,-r shops.
Two public .crIoxlr.
Tw, music houses.
A telephone system.
Two hab~rdabherles.
Two abstract offices.
Four presing clubs.
1' o i, ilchlne shops.
Two bottling works.
Sii bmiardliag bourse.
)Oi, Catholic church.
A i llta.ry) (uaclmanly.
Three t* .% !rvy rtor.s.
Onet Ii hlilphate office.
Oti- Chitii-ee liindry.
SIle Chrl.tlani church.
Tro steam laundrlea.
'Iwc Ad\tst churches.
Onv daily newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
One female phyilclan.
Fifteen gr(oery stores.
Five Baptist churches.
Three furniture stores.
One cold storage plant.
Onel* weekly n. wspaper.
even dry goods stores.
Tiart,- cold drink stands.
(mie electric light Iliiut.
Three blatckruilth shops.
Thre railwas cy ysteiis
Fight b*.ni'%'le-nt orders.
Twj Epii.-.cial churches.
nI'lted States laud office.
One chemical laboratory.
Thirteen Sunday schools.
Two veterinary surgeons.
One Prsb) terian church
Two cigar Ilanufactorlea.
rour real estate agebcie
Volunteer fire department
sek eral lumber compalea.
Three Mlethiidlt churches.
A brass band organsatlon.
Two photograph galleries.
Two so)ving picture aows.
Florida Winter Chautauqua.
One emi-weekly wrrep r.
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OFFICIAL OIRaCTORY.

State Officers:
Oouvernor A. W. U.lchrist, Ta'a !
basee. I
Secretary of State-it. Clay Cra.w
ford. Tallah.-- Coniiatrllr -A C Croom. Ta!la I
ha- ,.
I re as-ur r-W V. Knott. Ta;la..i-
Attorn.\ .G-nucral--Park I. Tramr
ni ;1. Tallala.-c e.
Coinnli- ioiner cfl Agriculture--ll. F
.%cl.ln, Tali;alin-- It
Supt o( I'ul-l Instrurctlion-WVinI M
114.ol1, ay. Tall.ihaLc.-e
i'r -il'lint (if il.. S -niat. V" \' I1 .1
Soi, Mimi.

County Otficers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wlenges.
Galnestville.
8upt. Public Inatruction-Dr. J. L.
Kelley, Gaineuville.
Sheriff -P. G. Ramsey. GOaleavilla
County Judge-H. 0. Mason, Galnew-
rlle.
Tax ssessor-W. W. Colmia. Gala

Qainesville.
Treaur-e-J. aD Mathbeo Galo a
ville.
Tlse.
Supwrvlor Ristratlc-J. C. Me
Grew. Ganesvillle.
Comuty Commisloeaere-John 0
Dampler, Chairman. Haue; J. F
rowasn d. CampvUe; J. 'W. May.
Archer: Cha W. a ers. Treatm;
0. P. Camaoa, OGalbrill
Members Scool Boar- -. .
Week. Charm., Hawtors; J. w.
Mooed, laCrem; 0. W. mNer.
Trento.
a1e" ls ta-- M eu.
G0svimllte.
Members Hliome- L Carter.
Galtoew--vt; T. A. Doe, iGas ta

CRYOfelws:
Mayor-Horsato Daeva.
Marshal-l. T. Arnow.
Tax Assesor-W. M. Bradford.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ella, r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Del
City Attoraey-R. E. l vrls
Board of Aldermen-O. K. Broome.
President; 8. J. Iurnett, H. L Phlfer.
H. 8. Graves, C. A. Colclough. W. T.
Pound. J. A. Goodwin.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hanmptoh. s re-
ary; H. F. Duttoa. E. J. Baird, J. H.


Vidal.
Inrt-class aewerage system.
Two fertiller manufactcries.
-i-. lire ,i.uLIrtr c e agnclee.
T,,' ivp"v and fre.d stables.
()MO, crate a.nd basket factory.
O)ne Elks' Club reading room.
lHardwood .Maaufacturing I'laut
Agrlcultural Exi.rtueiint Station
Flurida \\'inter Iliblr Cnnference.
Five drew-arnaking staLlibhments
National Odd F.-llo r"' SAnitarhim.
TLrt c aitilrt(.ikili i *rtlll :ntit..
T%%o of the be t hbo!fl In U;e InI
terior.
Two wholesale grain and f,(ed
4tore*s.
Two l><>lh.ale gi,w.cry vatalllih
\l '>*.r '"ha ha mnade Gainesvll.-
fai I1- "
ThI. fin- .t opera house in the State
uut.-ide of Jacksonvllle
A Government building soxm to be
Sre ete-j to u ost Lbeo conllleted
$1 ..i0.40O.
t arpeutter. ma.oius flaetere painter prii.t(rp wachlinlts and la
boring men galore.
lore miles of paved streets and
granolit.1'c .ldrelalks than any other
tow in l tLe Interior of the State.
An $.5,*)oO court house. built of brick
and stone-a tmeautiful atructuru and
the lawns. flou-., beds. rubberr,
Conif.qderate Il(onulrlrent. etc surround-
Ing it. make it a uost attraction pic
tur.


owres Mt s ureweds P eueMme



We Ask You
I take Caldig, for yiur (i t
trb l becau v aran a
vI bp aot R60annl sm r *a
usr-e m6M& M06y- I


ba hui uI nl" b *GOM M
Gtb WS-U.L 8 0 O FI s
you? For hes) bodum
-ww P a u& WSI
seao an ae m am a bft
bad modidweto bk. TryM I
a =I T 1b Coy1


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Total Cash Value, $1,00000



To Be Gien Away y th e Merchants and The

S.n to Citizenu of AdAua Cbtm!I


Each


Section


Gets Pnw!


Contest to Coe Auut 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading buiines bom e
have joined in the combination to. ive away Two Handsome Pino ad One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different eotiomn. Thee
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any price offered, a price similar in all ruspest three.
to will be given each of thoer tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pimos
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prime as follows: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the cphital i
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be radaJ- ia
cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the veret, Harvard, o
or John Churh Pianos. In addition to this they will give a ertiote p. h
$25 to all other contestants in the race, and will make spelarrangment wih y
one to take care of their-paper on all purchases of instruments at the eah phia.
T i lell Will embrace the city and suburbs and be oo-
De am wv M fined to a radius offour miles in eah disesteem.
The winner in thiu district will he awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RINO.
Eastern eand s htl n a i Will com"ri territory from Fair-
Fias eeo andb OUtIler S- C B0 nln all points et and from RBo
clelle all points toutli-Waldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Campville, Mimopy,
Lake View, Tacoma and all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.
Western d Northern Secti. Hl mpri e ll stton fr
Hague to High Springs, Trenton,
Wannie(', Wilcox, I)ell, Newlerry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered
h thii area. 'INE 'IAN()O.


How and Where to Get

Votes-
The following merchants will give one vott-
for every cent paid Into their estal:,li.hm-nts for
goods which they handle:
Gainesville Furniture Company, Furniture.
Phifer & Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co., Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Meiscines.
L C. Smith. Sho e and Jewelry.
Mrs. I. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions.
Saunders A Earle, Groceries and Feed Stuff.
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale stables.
The Sun Printing and Publishing.
The Bro*n House, Meals and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits, Etc.
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertiliser Co., Fertiliaers.


$1.25-Three months' subsc


Where Votes May e ad
allot box.i* will b1 Im~ Mi u tw w...A.-h-
aietsa of the, iterclaubt Li; ttb; it ... At .-L
Bun ofce. Votea sent by mail must be directed
to the VoUn Cc. .tet Departmaet af Tho Ia.
Ualteavilld. Florlda.


Rules and Rqulations


1. The contest Is opea to aayoea Mvlng i
Alahbua county who Is knows by t he iondct
of the contest or vouched fur by s Ime reputab
gpraon. to them well know.


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2. No employee, attacbes or relative of the sr
prietors of the above-aosed airmen a l eligible to
partlcipatr la thi contest, and wml parUtelgae l
so manner.
3. In the evoot ofa a -la aer-- -- b-twe
candidate o o hers Interlted i tW ent*-
sucb controversy may be referred to dI a
doctors of cnteet. who alome ar thW prI m
qualified to render de*ciIal
4 In the event a candidate deeaes to with
draw from the race, such casddte wi aot be
allowed to transfer vote o to he redit A a aotb
candidateto Ithe eastt


DAIIi SinC7k r
%utfcrob' Xcaiattbev W F h g i
-ription ..................... bw ot" 700 etu


2.50-Siz months' subscription................. ....... 1,00 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription .. ...... ........ ..,500 vote
For a club of five one-year subcriptions ( '" ^"" ). 33,100 vt'st
For a club of ten liz.months' subscriptioiis ( ,';;" A ";'."",) .30,000 vote


1,o svto
4,9 vows


35,000 vet
36,000 vto


$1.00--0n year's subscription.... ...... ....... .. .... 100 vo
For a club of five one-year sbscription .......... .................. 6,00 w v
For a club of 25 oneyear subcriptios..... ................ .... ... ,0 O v


Tlhere ii no limit to th" numlr-il*r of (.lulM lch oontentant iiay s0eure.


Ie'laitim vote bY candidates or f*saswithin the goste
distrlbetiug vote s I edesIred b1 The gr1oteS


M S.-AllhA -


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There i- n liiitiit to tiat' iilniiul'er ,of .ll t i 'emlAi e lllittat Ilidy U80ur e.

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


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Wso&t AD to lead soatdtoat-
$"o~boe eee t the nkirraeeok
Iof 4w ew an &af
low" UNW, am&" ow askl*

AN 4 ol ad W&M MW bla"

4@&ON dkr ow4L J. W. Mc ol
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daat be v -m at On awriageol


COLDLA. ?homer ba eew-.to
Wie fra ast" *as be bsis..
Mr. d um J. 3 I.erb eft
yoes hr a aVen Guam at

Dr. J. 9 a w of koaywo
b y Igoaod. so W ese@ase to

Mr. mmd Mr& Q.&. ernhat left


yesterday for Worthtagto Springs.
to remasa the ret of the week
M. M. Cbtoy ha geoe to Tampa.
to be abheet for the aet few days
Me bomee and plemaure eombited.
Mra. L. L. m*e ft yesterday lor
Am~ where she will remala for
Ie est few days visiting her parents
d -er relatives.
C. D. iDeut. eeral manager of
be Datte Pbaepate Compay. but
o is kbet a e mov re at all time
was vtag relatives aI the city ye-

T 3.R. Swe of tjcksovTtlle. a
1a 4 at Mrs I. McCermiL. hm
ubne be th pea tw days a
Or.agsn Yi L o hIs ter sd

NNs As Setmw er 9Red"@
r Pba veaerday. bhe was e
nMo iI M o me &m Waidl wbkr

2ae 1 -t i- -1lef a
KIeW.me Wof the dopaalar
iM ol insie s te a SuMal
delft a sMrrft;a d v sntV
to tm. L r. eneet to return to





ft we a em moeep at te. oiaa-
kw alM e w e mtl rSor hra

Dr. s 5. WaWd WO bve a

"ad et miOn meetlog d the tor-
M msel Smefy. whiob wu Mhe b
edaim ThersIay. friday sa Satr-

Mr. aid Mr C. a bIrt d e Jack
me er, who hve bees viutCgs h ere
W so- wesek Was thne smsh e6
abe oy r b Dr. C. C. barr Lt eat
ilNsw returned to their kbome

WIrFk rb SW ad Tar Is, esereOl
g Iteded hAr ta rele threat and
iftp lmsoes aed manr my es from
admdabIt asthma ed emasuaption
ove kbd gemfo amd "relef, by u
aI PWr s Mer sald Tar3.JW. Me

I. R. Chltty sa wtte of Mlreapy
wore ame g t aoppers visiting
here yesterday. Mr. Chbtty states,
tha ba is exceedlagly good In
his hustMlg title city and that all
the frmers are better of Inancially
thas for years.
CoL I C. P. ranches has returned
rm a plesesma toag at St. Augues
tinse. He reports delIghtfully refresh-
lag breesew constantly cooling the at-
mosphere and makigl it pleasant for
so)ourers in the Anidelt CIOt at tO.-
season of the yenr
LA saboulder is almost invariably
used by rlhematism of the muscles
ad yields quickly to the Iree appli-
eatlo of Chamberlin's LiMiment.
Tis IUnlmeat is not only prompt and
ectual,. but In no way disaure-abl
tO se. Sold by all druggists.
Sti S WImeti ofI. wir all -a a


.mm .S adR 9W sUPYW I as a
0 -V,.-. .,4- o I-
W. V. J-eAha who hee be" a* Coumpleted his bulina-.- at AlicaaUaphO
01 GM--Ulte hi home rI t he W"at nd A is no en route tv hi ia h
-. hM I aYfrday hr N eW MOeko. orchard located in Georgia. to re.n..tiuA
hbt w I l fsotue rMide. He during the ret of the season sul-prin
0 bp 0 O Wo a short vtM to tdCli l the hblpmein t of hib crro l
MI4m I Teasewsee a route to his
mt r. Eve ryose would be benefit' 4 t%
taki roley's Ortno lAxative for t-
Mr. ad Mi. Mair L have r- tsUpalo, m. ac and Ulver tro-Le.
med m a pl a t vie I ot of v- It sweetena the stomach and
= golwn to 1&0 Orr' home nbreah. gently stimulates the liver and
LM Ol Uig er w wIl regultrte the bowels and is mucU .u
r hr = m Om L 3a11s. tw'rlor to pills and ,l4inary laxatl!'e
Iw ab t pr aadlg to Why aot try roley's Orto Laxative
W bee& LAWt today,? J.. W. McCollhm & Co


If you are o satiftled after ubing
Lce )rdil(x ti dir.'tionas I-t j tiF~i of
s bittk- of Chawberlaili's Stomach aud
4I rr Tablets. you can have your
v b'Z 4) ack. The tablrts cleante and
*u.%1bormte the Ptonvarh. ltniroiC the-
gIC4.'stlio. regulate the bowels. ( GIv
lb.h fita trial and get well. Dold by
iN druggiatti.
N. C Pettit. furnesrl) of Waldo but
V. Io & UU1& 4s4AJAgd It-d lu the U er~aj
boapiiii-s' at T mIn a. ( s-' r.I ty,
va l liab his Ga.-Wir Iri..iJr
%. lI rIa.le l?. Usi luka..K a? er
,.I&, Il~a. a. ., .- ...tte-rtA t Ii;CII: l1 i 1 ala1
II..rt. a.it, A a ILeItrtearmaIn inall 1'iur
ila .ai~d Tll.$uuSuit atmitato.s ji. asee
1.Ia,. ljA .A take Caul 1)1- a.-a
i. In IA.lai Il.A I ( II 4 U
TI. It Y i 1 I' 1 i !.a
cbure IJI mall (I'e d(l.l~~ .a. a LaALn 12 Ut
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-UNITEI STATES DEPOSITORY-


THE GAIESVILLE NATIONAL BANK


Mims Ruby parkmaa of Waldo was
a-- tW Iheoe in to the city yes
agmy.
L C. Ce4tras of Lrhloosse tas
a-ng the vw itors to Gateloell,. ye-

C'pt. G M. Lvach lhftn eterdsa
for Melree to be asealt for the next
few days
Judge *yd L Cart'r returned lapt
light from a shbc' Itu.u*--, %lpit Jackacrlfe
Mrs. M. W. Hogan of Waldo is lo
the ctyy. the guest of relatl.*-. for
a short while
Dolph Richard. marbhal of Cedar
Key. was amoxg the %isitort to the
city yesterday .
E. W. McCrarI has returned from
a pleasant visit of a few da s sltb
frtesd s t Jacksonvlle.
Capt. B. W. Waits of Hawthorn was
ai tow yesterday and made The Sun
olke a agreeable call
led te wil be served to all of
or camera from 4 Ito S:3t p. a.
today. saamer & Earle.
Oeep pea em the wamt adf
There ar bhe eeehim advestned
a&b ib et imsea i la-
R. D. Med4 reStumed tst nigbt
from Hae ad Alaeb where hbe
bhas bes sg ~r his rbem i
lIerets.
Mra 0. LaO PMUs of HawtIors
Shere b or a fw day visiting the
family of J. W. McCoflum and other
i estlves.
H. C. Rath bas returned from a
short trip to Gettysbr. Pa.. where
be was eall to attend the funeral
services of his father.
Miases Clire Diby sad Eugenia
V.'teriu of Jackasoville are the
iutas of istes Mary and I;l:c
Ployd, Eat Mala street, North.
Mrs. Eva s Hale. who has been ab-
seat for the pa several days vlst-
as trlsad is the State metropolis.
returned to her home here yesterday.
We Are Taking Stock-Al crock-
ery and glassware will be sold at
great reduaetoa. Some very pretty
.ttera to select fo. aanders &
tarle.
Ous A. Morta. the trucker and
beulas ma- of Williston. arrived in
the ty last mght from Jacksaoville
aad will pend the day here tlh
rk-nds.
Io7 -Masa and Clarence Wwrtbrlni
have returned from a visit of a week
to Memphs. Tenn.. where thby Look
u the exerrieae o f th Confederate
reunion.
H. K. Johnston of Apalachicola ar-
rived la the city yesterday) and will
real b here a few days as a gu.t-
of hbi sister. Mrs. Shields Warren.
We were glad to grajl the hand of
the aon of our cld Iri:.d of buihr*-w

Mr. and Mr. G. F Shaul of Alach
ra have issued card anuouncliit the
;.arrlage oft t!h.-ir daulghtter. Mitl~
d.t.a. to .r. -'a i.t.el l 'auI.t',u I 41--
.-r. the. happy. nt to tlak,- l>.L< ..'

:*'th. at I o'cl'h k
( \\. Li4 t r-Ko. depl'ut. .htritff of
\rvS t..rr>. aH-. 111 :.- it i st-rdad
He cajU" for thle Iruriot uM oIIlt.r. ,
ilg ktat, f Attort,.-y ItC.r, ii r.-f-r
'-"r ,'- (r u*. r ,i"i n i a i---*.S fir the
btate aNallirt 11' ne'gro -siti .. aI
rested by him charged alth killing
another negro at Komoko.


it. !-t..rkert. L: 1) Crash 1--r-1. Jaw- 1. NI. Me~t Cliare'.# A. F*&;ri .-!

ALI BUSINESS ENTItU( TEIi TO US' WILL H R.
('CE E PR .MT17 AND) CAREFUL ATTFENT .N. I


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mt ab lesr tar U

wee& maee a It ; as ra cteal M ae
ory wd r over esach ema tag as
= admmad w Me. CA iS advasm
moa aceompat y a orders ar er
Utie I tLls cluar.

WANTEOD-HILP.
W'ANTED--Respectable *hitt-e oman
to do cooking anJ gItSril L,-::,
work; must be neat. clean and a
No. I cook. Wagss aatl.factory.
Give reference. Address Mrs. H.
Maddox. Archer. IFa.

POn RENT.


an


'POfl SAL.
fOR ALB-Two eouage am ousf
Gaineille; term s y at reao-
ablo Intere it U able to pay aI
ah. Apply at Sm ooe.
rOR SALB-Corar tot 1eIl25 feet
West MailatL trth and Boua-
dary S., ext to Jeff Kedr. a
Will sell at a bargain and oc easy
terms Apply at Sua oece.


TN CA SAVE MOET
By having your Phoer rn-airil 1by M ,I;
R:. LUlIt.N. tie rrnat Lnn4on sl. .-
Maker. Wili soa e avI in :U minut.,
white jon wait fre of erargr if ,,,t *at-
she last sear to rfu s (lub W LW-er:r ft


FOR RENT-Loawer l4or of reel-
deuce. SttIable for bousekeepIng. m
Apply Westera Unon office.
7OR RENT--Oe siz-room and two
Are room cottages In South Gaines- Uovltlde
(vtie. Apply to Coffin Factory office.
FOR RE\T-New 6rouum cottage. all
i.od-W r onDvenienlces;. :16 E. Court iI Pifti
street Apply 8. A. .ldbetter. Je.,-
se Prec Piano Store.
FOR RNT- rive-room cottage ono
bloek meit to square; city water.
electric Uhts. both room and all G i 6 L
modern eavealeaces. Apply at tW -
of--fe ITS FIE


VO I *ALL
FOR SALE -Typewriter ribbons, both
copy and record. 75 cents eacj
sun office.

?. U:.4 Llth:u to br.. ks of b ,1uart
AppIly 07 W. MANOnic street.

WANTED-MALE HELP.
i Ntt.. I1.arn barbr tradt.
i .: i, urer d; bett p'a)ing
vro i :i:tm I the? rt at t. 1 l-t'tr aaLki.
(An L:sr~ shop with iimll culolal;
wuAag s e c_ n 012 to $2-1 meeukl%- ; %on-
zerful demand for t arberi Cats
logue mailed free Moltr Itarbtr
College. Atlanta. Ga

MEDICAL
Q-UICK RKSTORATI E for lubt ma


bood. Satisfaction guaranteed ot
mey refunded; 0c per bottle
Se* by W. M. Johanoc

The want ads. do more rreal e tat
business thuj all orb,-r ,r.u.%. c ItUned- ino Iact. th. 'iLr( rtl. et ot
tb' boastlne t that t tsorukrr ari1
a tsa I ...
The saake persua r ads the want
k'js ote'r) e*a)--.d Li-ri a ll. 4:
aent as nf0te


itt
N. Non(wav


kDOXS. Siat1::c2

Sneet PiCtC"r7

ire Frawes ...


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SH [VERY DAT


The read. Pie and Cake yau
eat should be crtrTt:ous. The
naest flour. mixed with pure
rich milk and baked t the
'purity fashion.' ake our
goods the most delicious It is
possible to i rliuce


KEYSTONE BAKERY


Phon 165.


R. T. Schafer. Prep


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Fi


t National Bank
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