Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01705
 Material Information
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 22, 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: VID01705
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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Stood Ten f Aqttl LITTLE Two lTRor ColUBLn. E.-- Yi W i ee t r

Slw Ten for Acqittal d Twfor Cit Five Sate Witness" Were EamnedTo" W iId h m Wk

WEkDeTrid Aah S.SL

BAN FRANCISCO. June 21.-Termi-
sating In a disagreement of the Jury
with ten men determined on acquittal
and two resolved on conviction, the
trial for bribery of Patrick Calhoun.
of the United Rallroads. ended at
soon yesterday. Five months and a
wek had passed since the wealthy
street railroad owner, a descendant of
Patrick Henry. made his first appear-
sace la court to answer to the charge
of offering a bribe of S4.000 to a su-
pervisor to obtain an overhead trolley
for his corporation.
Not until each Juror had pronounced
as hopeless the prospect of a verdict
was the order for their dismissal made
by Judge Lawlor, prosecution and de-
fense giving assent to the discharge.
The trial ended quietly. The de-
fendant and his attorneys, as well as
the chief officers of the prosecution.
refrained from comment on the dis-
Five ballots were taken, three short-
ly after the Jury retired. On the
first vote the jury stood eight for ac-
quittal and four for conviction. Two
of the' four join-ed the majority on the'
secondd ballot, and one of the re-

maiming two -announced his determi-
nation to remain out a month if ne-
After ordering the discharge of the
jury. Judge Lawlor addressed to the
Jurors some Informal remarks, criti-
cising the laws and usages that made
possible the expense of three months
In the empanelling of a Jury. He de-
clared the courts were utterly help-
less to prevent such occurrences and
recommended that the legislature be
influenced by the people to change the
laws that governed the court pro-
The attorneys are expected to fix a
date for another trial on the same
indictment tomorrow.
"I am ready to try the case again.
and I will go ahead tomorrow. If ne
cesxary." said Prosecutor HItney.
Mr. Calhoun tonight said:
"Of course I am disappointed at the
failure of the jury to acquit me of
the unjust charges against me.
"The judge' was hostile, the assist
ant district attorney brilwd. and the
administration of the law of thi.
State disgraced. I propose at the
proper time and In a proper manner

Ofmcers Kmled Negro

Desperado Near Starke

STARKE. June 2l.-The negro mur- day and night before. stopped at the
deer. "Polly" Swaggard. was shot house of tlunk" Wilkinson. who told
and killed near highland Saturday tl.cnm he- had a dog that would trail
morning by officer in making the ar- nli'gre.h. The three' tarte'd up the
reCt. road toward the **tanri, and mnit fth-
The negro had been see-i at llack's neariro juti after lih had left the wood
.-till Thursday et ning and the ide'r. The dog ran ahead and was
-heriff as nuotflned and deputies wenit ihot and killed Iy the nKero. eho then
Iin pur4ui( and ihuIItrel in t he I llAKM o(>olned fire oin the officcrr, The fire
-*wamni. northeast of Ilighlanm,. the- 'as returned and the niegro kille.d.
hunt continue iig until Saturday liiorii- ,1iti. ridding lh- (coiil.t1r (,t a1 n-ll Ct
IY.g, wlhen the iingro % wa- lir-t ,., i o ii in lire. o ii i i1111I Tio) iu h prai', caln
I N a uiiarnar ld 41 odI.- rid, r of .Mr iti be giv' n to M.iallir .lJoiia. I.ff
ll;la k thi ie-Kgro dlra:is g iliv Kiti s i .I anld iaunmk' ilkiti-on. wiho

o,. llni1 aild .akiliKg him '
4but the re- ftor h'eltiK -;ati
~; not hotinlIliig fot hi ItI
a > to Raieford. a hich
Mallie Jonos. and J ff
an all night'a .etrch its

wh;tat lie wa.

ft. il only awhen it w as n tc. --air to

i.-'( id t. lio i\ae he'ir ow n II\I'e
be- .ask.t d tihe She riff I.angford can l well Ii Iproud
A ;a lpooiilltd of hi:- c:ampaign;l againa-t his tiiilmd-r. i

ilins. after Isn't there something which only a
wcll a-s the war t ad. can do for you today?

Standard OU Co. Will

With Ordinance

Monday. When Court Adjorned
Until Thie Morning.

liy J. E. Burtz.
PALATKA. June 21.-ISiwecall-
Circuit Court *a* called to order here
this morning at 9 o'clock. Judge Wills
presiding. a change of venue in the
case of James Kelley and D). M.
Davidson. charged with the murder
of W. C. Sellars at High Springs. hav-
ing been granted from Alachua coun-
Defendants are represented by Cola.
J. N. Stripling of Jacksonville,
B. A. Thrasher and Judge 8yd L Car-
ter of GaInesvllle. Col. 8. J. Hilburn.
E. Noble Calboun of Palatka. and
Hon. R. W. Davis of Tamlp. while
the State In relreseMted by State At-
torn.ey J. M. Rivers and Hun. Thos.
Palnm-r of Tanmpa.
IJttk' delay was experienced In ob-
taniing a ury. and fvle %itne'.es for
I*h 1 aU t h a- had t&- .jhi=n b ld Dt n

b dwum olImtsn d New Ywk.

NEW YORK. June 21. -'ntil a dap-
per. stockily built Chinetw. sell edu-
cated. and when lait seen dressed ta
a black salt of American cut. is under
arre-t and put through the 'third de-
gree." It is likely the murder of Elsle
Sigel. grand-daghter of the old Oer-
man Civil War hero. will remala sn-
sol ed.
Leoag Ling. alias long Lee I m.
alas William L I on, alis WIUlam
L Lio. converted Monmoliaa. resta-
rant proprietor, admirer of white we
men and lover of Elsie Sigel. is the
man. When or how he left New
York while the girl's body lay cramp-
ed and decomposing In a bettered
trunk la the stuffy little room be
formerly occupied, remalas to be
learned. With him is supposed to
he nild erstwhile room mate. Shal

MP ...,I.- ,.. ....,,,,...* o Some U reports say that they are on
adjournment this evenigus
adjournment this evening. their way to Vancouver. via Panama.
A large lunumler of witnesses are to m e develop
F,.w nmurder esse have developed
'a' e'xatuIJ.Ined on both aIdes, and 5ev.
I"r, daieid on hotccsuide, and sin more rapidly and at the same time
.r.tl da. will be occupied in the
come no nearer solution. That part
trial of the. t. of the story unravelled here Sunday
Many siectators are present. among bro t out incipally the myter
then ,ing friends and relatives of o r p ,
the i friends and relatives of phases of the girl's life: her appam t
the defendants as well as of the mur raise f m
dered man.
d.....d... Chinese, heor assoclatioua with tU
The ase will be resumed their as iat s with the
morning man who Is supposed to have killed
....ng. her and lastly the fact that oa bis
(The un ha detailed a peeil acout she left homeJuet-. A
representative to report the above has also come out tha the .#irs
case. and a coacise syopsis of the mther now promoted a ng
evidence will appear from day to reportsr noa d b een fearful of nt
day. the evidence of M.onday appear- da her's had bever cerful of her
Ing In Wednesday's lper.-ditor.) d f ever since her

to submit formal charges against
Assistant District Attorney Heney for
receiving brihbs. and against Rudolph
Spreckles and Janme,. I). Phelan. for
having paid theI,.

appearance aaa nha searcemed Cias-
town day after day without suess.
Hoth parents cling to the evasive
'lue that a tel. gram signed "E. S."
.as a lt from Washingtous. D. C.. on
the f:tt-ful Wedneuday. This mes-
-a<'- read:
ill l.w hnme aBndayv o r, tn

not ,or r
The father, it I thought, hurried
Revival Breaka Out at Rodman and ahinton teray to determine
to W ahlngton )est,.rda) to deterlnaue
Lecturer Will ReImain. whetth-er the telegram asi sent by hbis
The l.-tlure of M.r Williamn I) 1'i daughter or as a blind. The police
-lha hAthiC huilad Ie-n ainio)uniceid maaintain it wasa sent by a Chinaman
., take. plcl;. at lthe court housc li quickly aflter the, murder lo aid the
; .*i... il! l %\t \i\ lit-% -day ilghlt. has mii l.0 r..r Ite ,.- nple-
in Mr Ip'lha:w poke" iLn odman last wellto-do. Ilnvietigation shows that
Stiila)ai umid al r. -lil Iroke. out uiou the,.y)( conducted four restaurants.
l, it Ie 1,opl,|, ) liesn h i that tihe pe'r
U:alf1 < c tI l, 1 li t 6 1 <1, l M4 i, N".iMiAl- )lt4
litme-- t(at (;i ,i i% iill. iad AlU-hua for f iii
ih Itrlrtual O aiofi ithcir cotuiuunita % 088i W OOD 1.I
i' hl" .tr l',ha. ('udu( a oneym oon
v-r.ao io 1.- m ieo'tiiig t ':ii' )y .arh aKO.
Mlr I sph-s write- t!hat be will tr) to1
(.lii'i to Uailraihl alid l IsL Is t e
i m.e lecture.. John tiw fi ilial." in I t Ihe I
the fall. whiei the' shijls are Ojleni.
for he Kre atll lotie ,studelit life


PITTtIa ED ul.
Floating off upl

Mass.. June 21.-
through cioudland In

a. l, )Mii J ioa ili l'*id. ,shortly after

The Standard Oil ('oillpaiay' will who find him $;:, and 'coatu., but th1,
comply with ihe ti i( orlinaie e Ina fie ir u.r Ii to be- r-litie-l provided 1t1
reft-re-nIce to t hie ieat hr. i.r.f build l l ildsiiia w.a- l'ilit l it liiii -iixi Mil.a
iig for til o. I, It i g of tr h ir K ionit lilo.'
a ithiaL t Ihe II lilill i..t tl e il "1"1 I.r k .- i lll .Kage at for tihe- ePilln
t(ion (thai lidho <'i. trall,' t. te l il- i.. ". l. 1.' e \, i I a.t .iliid s ill e i,
I.e l -* .- I lie iw all t l. I, ,l', el**1 ll, .tc ll ** 11 'I l i tl I i- l ,l
a tli e l Uhtti t h l .at. I ,l l .a I i '- I
e t i i I e ** 1 1 I f i L. 1
I S i ". t i l .1 .. i i I l I, i i a tI
S* k il .I I I I t I
L a l!. 1-v .1

P.s m iaArriaaM&* --b~v

r.l,-, I"a ml w Urlie mWo17 imorn- Uiddlight saturday nuorning. Roger
ing from Charlottesville. Noile. liurlhal n. a sculptor sand har. -
\\ k l.a. .ia s in ri tieiiiu d i ll ard : lau of Itrojkline., and bis
ti. ;oe %.rle lin t i ,ildliiiK, and 1P i..r|,l, a ho h a Er:tAllnor iloward War-
*hie i KIIIK oe aI. Ki,,k L. tlie r ( on. ,i Il ag a.ulthorea a1m ,of ilrookhlle.-
; r r ..te Inhit inI, a Ini arralig' ;. .. ai' i.sl bei. n. .i .li Thii. tl -
.a- I te a.-" tla I .... I. : I 1, 1 I l ,I.I II., l. 1i.ll. I i ,iji t il < i l hlip.
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Ii I Iila 511

Isle Slel's entry lato the myterta
ways of the Chitese r n tbrfl
her new grief-erae ne r .h wfet e
lka MeaUlSed wth S d ay he
and wmibme work it ChI-msem
Whe laoM, whm be met at lb
Iort George rese at, heme-* a
tetive. he was reesed s ti the
boims ad entolmd his atnudbb .sm
with the irl matLi I We ~heTm
violkea. Th, M. I iS hwer ter
tforbed hIm t l hb-s. It Ws S
tht mite. al Ma- a aktl of her ad
mirer. deserted her e wr to
be seen ave* again b Ma of her
hoFseh1L. Where b .wet Idket
after heavies beme. w whether she
ed the Chliama or was haed to t
room and murder d must Ie e d
Th foloowilag Mts, rt1e, was
funad aI Loae'a edets:
You seem tobe growg e iM to
me. Just think of teM aMre I
have m adre rn% ea y bllly. my
freeads. Pr Oes radbe nt teshe
me. (igsme.) 13I."
Mave aftr Mu 01de1.
Aa to he mh iw OIr t6l sW.
t he e are abt mu 1 16t.
ealousy and the tma .h
girl was lved by at be"t me eur
ChIamam them Les. A b"tat o
tas. M it r-taMhim Ifb hef m
ibhis atm lu. s ea a dwtoiAf
phao.f the cees. A ele li bs
as T"bl im bhews t I
mired her. -
Three Ch*ImAMs. mmdbiwi
th r estaurat p. m tL em.
above whose plaea the d tdy
foM d, have bees atste IbMt am
eld only as material It aes s.
Lenma Is missing. .4
In the meatime, physleias ane
making a more mlante eumlaat
of the body and Its arglp As
autopsy held this afterasa deteral
ed that the victim died from asphyxa-
tio., but snlce there were lamdletla
of poison present a cheaiel analysis
will be necesary.
Prans Sigel. an uacle of the girl.
and one of the four sous who ur.-
vive Prans BSigel. ha come to the
aid of the stricken family of his
(Continued on Pege Two.)


latest Wrinkle

wed ouph a hbo came over from faIh-
ioluble L*.-:ou. They lcluded Char-
les Lanl-l. the world's champion
swimmer, and Mrs. Daalls; WUllam
LkudigS the ar'tr. and his brlde, form-
erly Miss Herkn Hale. the actress, and
Mr. and Mrs Irrauley Welch of
The baloon went up at 12:45 and
floated off to the' northwest with but
Iitile. alald lli1 lw K
t"l he- tlu,4iet M,, K, %ago a brougtli

dlowa i aUlul .a il., froain the center of
ilolleooik M.id-- aI 1 u u Slunda).
1ili1 it ,l. ;i-.aat ;(ud uin-tentaful trip
.I il li-1,i1 e > re.-l U44 alout I.LO

I, ~c~ igll Ia i ek ,a4 elasaiflt, e rafi)
'~~ ~ I 1'.111hat iip 'e a. A-ifea dtie-m ie at %A.1 -
at 1 1 Litat %A I ? e aaa ateoe' Itite- %
W- II l~ 1J.1-Ad "ta

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ii t I I at laiaat I it ec i el earr) ilis' e,
.1' cl a '- .-~1.. a.,, aaatL. ii i a
I allls se M .i Imlinut~im ..! I
tiela ajs, .ha lowslieet lieu. ali\


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S i ura l i te t l, a

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SOm sa .ea ae asae WuI al
SI Y it willand Thio be
me bm w o the stored go"la th

m sofeim eine m ea.
a s d"he to he rpsl
mi wimir o los ri wedigt or em.&

-~ pml heaSho The ca" usually
S atchild ha d wormsk They

S-bay bsaresa, actually tarvs.

h 'a Cramj Vermultge expel the(
f aftsd ourshesa the child, lure
Mr. a r a. J. wii Murt- lad

IIem, tfrmerly of this city but uno
-W i Tapa. are comfurtably
Mi a 131 South rmekaa sUtt
-I thi t-r City, where they will
e d toee am any of their oalae

villle itnend i.

S y Wt-*iM t-uraly rta es.
Os s m to 4 th chbld, ur fJw
Amfa tbgo Psted n Vamps
Im boorm$rl- y roft tisaw isato

aMM.S t o TmI areo.atort aby*

1%00A osar dety, ho er wilbg
b sign ewad ht to. be rsp aibl

Oes breIwo i.n ii or sea-


(OtlBii ro a Pag 0one.)
better. r --me time. It is aid.
he ha been estraged froe them be-
0ae Wf Ms. *Sige' activity among
the cfite. Me "M be was uu her
Imy ttowe && -- asociatlag with
Ch-ee the bhop of eovertlai

t m to Crtsesa wth China-
mm, either s chuch or otherwise.
d oMt obe ive that one in a thou-
id o the soesMead oaverdona of
deemaI s g anl.e.
"My aiee was aInoret. She bon-
eatly believed It waz her mission to
Cbhntlsaine Chinamel.
"Too lwe she realized that the feel-
tag of the Mongolian toward white
women is animal feeling. I believe
this Chiauman Leoa killed Elsie in
a spirit of iImal revenge."
The body has been identfld by
the family as that of Elsie Sigel. and
the latet news indicates that her
murderers will never be run down.

Appeal to Patrens of Union Academy.
The patrols of the Fnlon Academy
public school are hereby called upon
to assemble on the night of June
S3rd I n t'nlo Aademy at 6:36. to
oraalse, aad to take such esseutial
ateps asi their power lies to make
noewn to the Hor. County Buperin.
tendeat ad County School Board
eur desres and requisitions as re-
fds the future of above-named
I ehool.
Every patrol is urged to be pres-
eat promptly oa time. and remain to
the end. as this meeting will mean
much for the good of our boys and
girls. as well as to ourselves.
This call is not a filht direct against
the colwpeteut or deserving ones. but
is iuderd a I)bit iea and direct fight
anDi iruteost against the ilncomlllm'te.'nt
and the undeae.r.rIng ones. leet us
at :!o p lV Io' fall
.1 Z FEL.TI'8. Chn
I) W ROW'\\ St-

The Big Head
Is of two ktil..-. rlci'.lt a ) (d tht
big htead that c(m-is from a sick had-
ache l jnea )t(ur h lad *tr fed.l like
a sourdi aiild %, " 're* Yl' 4ou ca cl uret it i n > lio I Iliu ly11
atIlh.g tais )utr l~i r Ir h Il ;.lllatI '
Herbirlt I. 11 it t ith tra Iig ftor
the a >ulbtl att i.il ',rtai lAii ( >),)u I1
*gety ,lId t1y W\ M Johbnuu
ua "Want" ads. brta results.

The Dov-,,.

mild, easy. healthful action of the
bowels without grilplng. Ask your
druggist for them. S1c.
Oeo. L. Taylor, the genial supwrin-
tendent of the Gainesville Peach
Orchard. was greeting his Galnesviile
friends here Monday. He is now
kept very busy in the shipment of
fruit from the place, and Is selling
the greater portion of it at f. o. b.
There ar many Imitation of De-
Wltt's Carbolined Witch Hazel Salve
-DeWltt's i the original. De sure
you get DeWitt's Carboliaed Witch
Hael Salve when you ask for it. It
is good for cuts, burns and bruises.
and is especially good for piles. Sold
by all drulists.
The Seaboard will run an excur
alon from Gainesvlle to Savannah
Columbia and Augu'ta on July Jrd.
on the regular trains leaving ho'r.
at 8:19 a. m. and 3:,o4 p. m. Far.'
for the round trip to li.tVanauh $' .,.
Columbia and Augusta S7.',,. tickt'ti
good to return on or btfour' July 17
For further particulars ce' disjlay
advertinmuent and call on Age-nt Ilui
Sometimes you may be told that
there are other things just as gsNdi
as DeWitt's Kidney and Iladder Pills
That's not so. Nothing made is as
good as DeWitt's Kidney and Uladder
Plls for any ailments of the kidne)
and bladder, which always result In
weak back, backache, rheumatic
pains, rheumatism and urinary din
orders. A trial of DeWitt's Kidney
and Bladder Pills is sufficient to con-
vince you how good they are. Send
your name to E C. DeWitt & Co..
Chlcago, for a free trial box. Theb
are sold here by all druggists.
In a Different Clas.
"I bear. Mike. thnt ryor wife has
golre Ilntou l*.'lef Il:s bshe Itwo~nte a
clulbwoman yet "Y
"lndade a4W' she LaI t not tgt into that
class. .ItHe VtJ:l Umse a flatlron. Isr "-
New Turk Thml' s.
Whether from culds. beat. stoumat.,
or Lvrtuus troub.es. Capudlie S il,
rlihe you. It' liiquW-plteraut I.
Lake-acts laum,-diattly. Try it l .
t5c and c at all drug suam e
S.atf J.
T'n. I Z 1 1 "
- Heni ry Ii. i .,
hib,..tl, n at I f'-f r r'.- il '
. -,!i W Tou t iil 1, :
.1Na0 r t.k |,.n !. l I ? u p 'I .1e .
CUs d <, .r, I'r. rt.

~ihZF W~stion I

"liow arteyu;4 1. --'ir: .:1) f. t;i t tio n the
ductur asLk. I:,.f .ri,. Lc knows
that headaJi. t.. artb:J, art.:
ufte~~~n l'(l.~

A IF an .au

=MRLESS n mo MiM
P. S. Carl of Archer was here yee
Sterda. having returned from points
8hE ng serthe
II R. Hi\ don. on- of the leading
nerhauts of Hlih 8rirlng %as a
vlwitr tor Gaileville yesterday.
a A Sargent arrived In the city yes-
terday from the sast Coast and will
pr a short visit to his ms, A. W.
8argeat. one of the clerks an the
MUM* postoffle
L. A. Ps ner. wh ha been absent
S|fetr the pat two months at Ut.
Petersburgl o an extensive brick
eostract. as, returned to his home In

ned a to the city from Greenville. 8. C..
snd in pleadedd i-IOerP. here she was called on the sad mis
~ id oak ea woven wire a attendng the funeral of her
mother-Mr. A. E. A rle.
llves, Leavily oated with Bea Rlerdm. who has been
Uek tin. The hardware r the p st .e visiting his
mother and sister. returned to Birm-
I o the heaviet, made of tyham. A].. yterdea. where he
km nd full nickel plated. a "t e .
r tI We do not know of any other pill
Guanrteed to give Metida that bi as good as DeWitt's title
ion. Call and wee them. jrly nsen, the famous little lve
pllt-suman, Igmtle, pleasant and sure
pills with a reputation. Sold by all
M MP a C. MeLeod of Kendrlck was In
IiI iCL the city yesterday. He Is one of
PNOL- avaN. the prominent men of northern Ma-
rio and has done a great deal for
_that county la the matter of hard
road build ing.
!51f B s JII UL ia you haven't the time to exercise
regularly. Doan's Reulets will pre-
lB In l> IUI vent coartlpation. They induce a
ToB- -I9 B Bp^B-wA^

I un1a &JORDAN.






Fire, Life and Accident S"' l"es ,

-F. B. MYERS, Manager---

SDon' l' e miirie, for none are
So good as this.


G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Graqi, Garder Seed atd Pertilizer
HKghe1t market price paid for Chtekesa, Ir E and thbe Produ.e

A Complete stock of Hay. Corn. Oat. Frow. Brar. tasL. CotteA
eed Meal and Rye We bhadle only the Very Seat good
at Lowat Priesa. sad guaraates matlaactou al1


W. RI. T~i"t)AS
1st Vice'- F'r.
W.B. Tt*.),

E. [D. T ('xFR-M
*-*%-. andi (A-.sa-r


C*tW Fd Pa

$75A O

Gaiesvled :I AF'idoPrfit

Gainerviit, x nsrids

(;. K. BROOM E
J. B. PAi4E1-r
H. F. llTl'OS
W. R. T114.1AS

bhm~ Fbf


ftI it L fdVI'a'IIIJ I' (It itv I-, ,-vj:n ts sIr.tw it.
I(,)ia ttll t ','. ur l onii

ywir jDII ala 1ty tillprttct-

I bt t I t tar'I s 1'

fit g a'

1 '" ^ ^ ^ ^ ** -- '* t t li ,. i \ '{,l o.t. i |l-
....Y Obulrt. tilel', ,r ll IIe.|

LA. M. CISNMAM, Apot, ainesville, Find


-- -- --- .... -_. .

W .. t-1111i ill~r t.


Not ely its pl I ability to re. but b absolttoity a atmety.
has made S. 8. a ts most zxrt y ued of all medicine ti the treat.
eaMt of Oontagios ood Poso. s t* ron mineral mixture
w1ch t.,-,--t' relr wm ti omutwarn .u ptw.sa and shut tie disease up
in the system, thef to carrf oa Its destructivr worTL o t delicate and
vial orga,8, .. tr ikrl dirc at the root. and b7 purif the blod
f every tcO of the virus, completely and permu &natly car.s the trouble.
S. S. L Iatue's blood ptriier. harmless Its action nd certain Ia Its
good eunts. It is made from a combination of roots and herb, ach of
which has a deflte and pecilo action t purifying the blod. Years wir
et Int selectil and pMUoing the different Ingretents, but whe.
S. was psrtfcted It soo demonstrate its sper ty over all other
binod medies, and now, after 40 easit s still the one and oely erata.
eare for Cuntaok Blood PNton. While drIvig out the pos rM the
circlatio 8. & builds up au d M stmeuth tlhe system by Is vegtable
tone effers. If you are sIBarian OoatnMgo ua sood Potr o a .. 8.
your mt certain rehae, and because o f freedom fronm mercury,
pelet o any other mieral. It Is absoftlely safe for every o0. Noao
bamt t book with valuabls Imbtos and any medical advice at t
O a who wrtt. T Sir PCIf CO., ATLANTA, OA.

T JksIer P uJ9?f~j. OAiVP~I rLE. VI A JIDA, JUNE 22. 1 im




Chanl of Pomitions Today Will
Strengthen Both Tean m, and
Real Good Game I lxpecthd.

Monday's game of
Cordele and Oak
rather a Ioor game
comnsderation that
Arst time together
will hace to allow
anid had playing, for

1all I-it wae'n th,
Hall clul.6 was
Sbut taking Into
this war their
on the field, we
for their errors
not only did the

liolie men smem a little off. hut they
had con.lpay with tli.v m.iea.
A ry p,.ttl.> lla. ;A, by 8 ,.j?:.
uooJ itn dt eep itceter., who nia~d a
Irdet ri.rtlnt and iultled on.- dowla wiii.
his left hand that certaiIalI looked.
as If it was good for three bha.es. Thih
was the real feature of the gailie-
Both team were credited with some
costly bobbles, lut they showed ui
pretty evenly matched. Toda.v' Kia
will be a better exhibition. as tilr
vlaltors will use their star hurler. who
they claim Is big league timber.
The Georgans are a good set of ball
jilayers and no doubt will take
the big end of the score today.
The locals started the run-getting
right oi the Jump. Miller walked.
(raham bunted and wa.i out at firrl.
Miller adancnig to t-cond and a nio
inent later wiped tIId. "I)h'fi
Bollock walked. Wat-.on fioilt, olut
Bullock going to second. lIIendricrk
singled to renter scoring Miller ;ani
Bullock:. Dknton out. t-cond to fir-t
The (Geo-rgians pgave the' IlNal, a
rcaret In the flnrt. Ilt inothirin reiullt
ed. Vlblmrtt finiledi. ('. I. l-, hli
through pitcher'r tox. and tlolet' urc-
ond; llrowin trtu k ouI. Itruce hit i
hot one to itisonli. w hic h 4it to
Hendrick- at c(',)ind ('.wliey. itn at
temni|ting to r .>:'h home'. (tit thirfl
and wa.i (alledl out by the unpire.l
The Oak Mills t,!ir,,l ai->.n In tl',
sixth iniingii wh.n1 ii .l rick gpot hit
and took his I tat-. andrl .-,Ie .- rcondl
a niromeint later tai; iig third (' :'
fumble by catcher. ll !un lit ;. !
one to short. who couldn't handle t1
and iHendic(ks s mored
In this itl.nll K hii ('c .rt-l,. I t .
livened up a little an'd mniai:''d t



(C all for 14' (. ,,tr, tovc'

),~ I~~ie I'Iv Killers,

K tef' ye iii rk i tel m i







Ti ic' oi t -' iohiii<'.il ful.

\,it l lh .t Ie-! -.i t -f. int ,it of

I LI. I I )o ii' I I .',l



Dd You Ever
..L tE t-
lewe~m bUy tsm y


Nr am ptcc im a uI
S el te o --d you h v two quarts
of de4iom Is emm at a e G o
abnit oe emat a di.

Imatrtd Bepd Book Pre.

t i .( t. \ It.1, rI lkisi..-d. t ;a.
.' a. e on1 long 11 to10 i.iton. ll -il
S. .,It.. alld t u ai.e, l:t .: A A.ilt l l -oie
Sas trying to throw Blruct ( out oil a
..aw .r,,u id, r djw 1i tha.rJ :,; e liiie.
mut (ot the ball to Iulloxk too ILte
.o (atch the runner. Bruce took see--
,nd asuen itullhe-k il, d tI nmill t(a.-
ey at homcit. hiunIon singled to light
.leld. scoring lieuce. anid tAkiIIa e-e.
nd on the tliruw t Lilt' k Ililr. aHid
.'cached third on a lasedi ball. Till
inan sent a hot onei to third. ano i.iiu-
,* d. allowing Hudson to c(cor.. aind
'illlnasn to lind aafe't at fr~t. liaoeti
itgled to cutelr. and both runnel.
lia :nced on a waid Iitch by W\aton.
I ne. ended the wInlniln h Kgoilnm
)ut to lendrlcks at ecend.
Th'' Oaks icerc not loilt is forging
head. alnd In the next Inning came
acrk and .en.1t o(nei IImaa around ti(h
lim ilit .Jac'k SiKHt- (woixl piiIgle'i
icwl I ftlr.--loas. e line.. amid while thli
;e'rrKgi.in weorel rile.eping toolk se' olnd
.a r.o(i "trick out. lbut c:tchi-er dlrl,|
.,'(l the' I lll. iiand oin ti.e llaill to(
Tr.-I .*' ilt.a tMo* 0l took third t':ti thi l,
.iliiAced tto .itln n ll to.lie P- oit. .M1 ll- r kAiv
llt it) right. (;r haml unit. pioitel h t,
aIIr I'lIt i | H (h ti l l'-., auid atil ( lo .-ett l-ed do\ i
latl hl.imd tli kilpoah lon the' h t-itI-i
iurig Il:. r* .i ni' lllell.i r of tIhel Kaelll
IGo ;ltmin. iN ien amid I ruice did KgeId
work for tIhe' i-Hitors,. hlilmt .I:-cL k
Sltpt KliNd s all-around waork ia,,t,
ilendlrick." fieldimtt amid l e runnllingi
Were the' fe-ature's ofl the Oak HIalls.
Miiller wam the! hei'\ man with the

Score by Innings:
H I '.
Oak Malls 2 ti l t i I t 1 ll C -4- 4

I;s.. on cii talli. VW al.trti 1; li t i. .;
I'll pitches Wat\\oa n .L
.1f1 ,on la-es--(4;intesille ('or
dele !*
".' 0 h.e l, hit -- .Miller
Strim k '**it ti ltiiie.0"- "Watsiln *
Ilia 1m 1 i ii her i ;t'* nl
1' m11pir' ( ra:i::ii
TItie ".( mlil K .cII' lf t!,i' s. ri'-- w ill
lle | l .. 'l.I t l l- lll, ll i ": ." Wll'l
OI l :.:1 t .e>. im. I l IIo l : *' I ml!I
1 ll* l. l ll* I, li I ,li :n I., -l I.. l ll. ,
'. > w ill |li t 41| .,.. e \ ll <0l lhl atll h I

.1 .. .11 .ii s.4 ,1 1 a o i IN
l i .' l o wI i l I .
o li I .l.1 s
r l.i, k | itmi,. n I tne tof i<' ;CI > I.

* i :.! l !, i-.- l ,itn ;h 4 ua. i ,l. i tl' m
I o,) i, l C, i I.h,'-it ll," hillmlli llal Ih ,o
C' 1 1, i l 4 Iln 11 'i'lt il .sl'. Il

C> ; 4>ii2, a iil0 r I.. im- b.1 .iaK lto geoIoeI

A o l. < lio Il'tm ili lhIull rli;I l''

.11-1: I- W ~ak filp %a IImu alol laoir'
4,'~~~~ ~ 1 Ig1.1Iiii 10 I I iglC jr.

Will Open Fish Market.
NI ci ~ ke '- .14.41 It I h41it

h...,. o

You Never Can Tell
It \ I,. I. 1 I I ( 1 4. I % 4 i r I
I- 'i' 10114 A I
983 114 m L..t lItAllril a Si~iovi
.11. mil. 1.t1 A Ilh 4 .4ie'r It I- lito' %ie Is lio'
[,a-[. 2. e 11I.4- ,1.1,d *Jill luuj .r

00l toe' A aitIst'1 a'Iat-'lIl as )OU t'Vtr
0as- prI e .' .( ,a dS Jl0'
V. % W 1 JoLaauvi




Llved Only About Of Hour After
the Accident. and Was U.ncon
scile During Time.

William IBanks. a negro workman
'nemployed at the sawmill plant of T.
iJ. Swearingen at Kanapaha. was sud.
,.h1ly killed Monday aorninar b~ lall
ing from the moVing Iog train.
The negro was connected with the
logging crew. which had loaded their
nfrt train, and on the way to the
.el lie lIeienaill' iinhalanci in l Mii nic
unanner and fell from lhe tru k, be
wc ren the w heiel,. the train ,.Ia lnig
.\.r him before It could IN' stopel.d.
ind mangling him in scirh a nia.li.mr
i u*t i'e died about one. lhrr alle-r

This IP the ABrt accident at or
a;it the* mill since the new one has.
,ein installed. and It Is deeply r r.lert-
ed ,by the management. although no
,lame ran be attached to any of the
'rew of the train. for Banks was not
n the position he should have been
when he fell from the cars.
)r. ('arte r wa-s Punltnm'ol d frr m
'hl clty and arrived shortly after the
legio had expired. HiI. renaine will
he buried near th nmill

After Le d Women.
Ill :n(cc',r.l;tlilre' ih It i' I c i ordl-
naii' ,. Acting ,lar.-hal kit lhar'-oii
ind Pollie'.iian Owens hact' got after
I' I w fmwro aiomen hl itnle-'t
;i;lines illt. to) ucil a o! :iur;'-en' he ex
4 lit
(;ra.ie II:rri!. and Itolbile i Mnesi
c* i loth ari r, -ti ld h Inliila I. the
,ffico r. anid wili I.t e sliion it lin irlie
-'folrc" MIayor I)Dal this n morning.
Thli il Ithe rtecLind arrec.-t of this 1im
lure within the pa t two al'ksl. and
mlaiil mliore are texexI-ett d to, follow, ar
the offers are determined to enforce
the ordinance' against this claps ol
'lm In +.
Mr. Mooty Ha Accident.
W. 1'. Moloty, pre'Mleilian of the' l'ep
Sr ('Conpany. had the mnl ortuone con
\i.nday to gct hlis leg in the i re-a
while it was being backed up. aln
ti a re.:iltl he aIll be dlwabledl fir
thie next few dais He awa. lu t!h
et of lputtling on a t. ml n whn h;i
fool ltoucrled the hbark-up of the prer'ir.
nind tihe machine caught his loot.
te.ariniig out a Iirte piece o(if i flicsh Ironi
'*1e < calf ,f ht- i.


Mio-na Quickly Cures Selching, Sour
Stomach, Foul Wreath, Stomach
Distress or Money Back.

Stol p olar iiidci o .lilmil 'i t .1 ,
,l.ii .1il do it l i Ill II i l.
;q, tfi .1 t W 6l1'(';imi a ai i.
iii;d "* t lh N\ l .i -l 1 '
Ila I,'"r .i 1. a I d 1 1* 4, m I I ,. 11 .1 u i. iil i

Ill at a .ok ipu rli 4eim t mild e'mmje,%
till.% fImm ,% 4.u a t %ithliut ultor dir'
till lkatie.' IIIt 'AIt V .0ekb )e.U iii, i '.

C -'rt fu I asolije'mavi Ito Want WI.;la%~
And kqeo ia itimid ld c14ilo'Ueti. riop.
chc'ok -. wid hiright @-)vs. .&liould tr%
Mi i la uia .cet m r "i. it lcfe' omim th- e. ht il
I, m t I.. vi~. itI roI'eamttv ie f im

II )toU ia c aI a allpa colutivii, l'loi
imutlss-- Iliotelit,.t cor dull 4' )our

take M14pIla tai ti Luh I ilulaodci~atI., ii.j1&4

W- I I'bl. 1'is..r i1".1

d1 4ltis & 'b i 4 01 1i 4 '.
.41t~l il OL C 's it fill-11 1 .1 01, 1.1 1
i4 at1-~s' 'k'l4 a
*~ M4. ;2 .Iih':'a

O~iIf II~

i'r; e camrl ( 111'r LuI 'U) b e-L Jur
.61 (souJm io- outfit, iltfi lut111,
JI- rt 1. Ektra 64 bue. ruawL s- 4

TM uSi mofe for cle"I wiga.


What Kodol Will Do
7w- w m wf t m s o Db l ry.
lno* lmIgm th. melfrim Iiiiiiw sdl
mm rstwr Caod De

Am&. of comwe., -ladlge-ti Itf sIS
teK d ul emoagh briWge on ad-
oa dimte Ia which Kodol Mcnot
beadt You. ome of tbeee there
to no help for at all.
Thbre ar. Ia fact, wry fw all
emts which cannot be tratcd dl
rectly to Impure blood. And tm-
pre blood it always dw to a dls
rderod tomacr.L
'se Kodol aad premvt Nerv '
Kodo l will ctleeay amiat Na-
tare to euar* a complete rora
te of good digetlm. It doM
this by at Os diosaUn an food
ta the tomab a keeping t di-
saMted. autil the Mtoma L rlted
and can reme It oa work. Ko.
di rmove the cause-ead the

pley Heart Disese, C- -i
eu Coasamptiok-emr de to
poer mdeslo ad potna thu
trmmmtd to the bloo and--
tB M Ithe to t m h r- Ie
tse at molutalalag g si
n fi ats eumem eLd, I



We ew what Kew waefe do
before evWe t hert attr mW
oMl. It we did et kew -t wha
It will do. w wo md a mt Wr
It the wy we s
It Is eay for you to prove Ke
-the entt (or tUh Ir) tim e
have a attack eof Iah-rstm. A
yom will eritalayl be erpite at
the remults. It I prteelb ba
Tbe r c be ao y I tor
Sometna that rmy do yr oa
deal of ed---Iwh It emas iw
ethidg I It demgL

e MEN"s em
Sbsse Oa y..s" f be.
***e***e o. wm I4
time t -W er

Iea to .- i t l- -

ag D3 OOGMZ* S





1 AM

1&ACHE FARM,; I acm irrigted, batmae ma be; bIr peking i--
etc.. one mile from station; owner lead ,000 ptla e I 111f7. 'To a
*|i| k&. luyer for l2,000.
Aie.1 Bing abowv plan, 10 se ad w 2-story 7-seem hbo- Nw w .

PlIoae U'o. 3871

The Loug litaucm Syd .

One of the west valuable feturee epesleag i v I e. -lmas of l
et our service to our u.be.crber nad e- try, ar f nam In Mi W -i
to the public igeerally, o er eot o o moet andl8 t a- b A Il of
ties with the extenelve tg dltalne I.
liae of the Americ a Telephonem Only tby rlms of h O ele trI
Teleraph CorrGapany r the ether arrange t be eem te S

We own thoeam of mlee of lo g a S ell Telephene almost nywh .B
distance lilne In the woven Statee In amk fi o "LogD Ia- and o Mil so
which we operate and Itn addition cam I _' i- M e WiS w lm"it a y pa-I
connect any telephone in our system l ftlI eotmry.
with lines exteneing to any other eity The vast network of wIres, di
tI which a Bell Telephone system isl ng thrughouw t the mtlle, i s
doly la eemmerwe d ft Iw -m l pw
These long disan. ...e are of poem by the baker, the farmer and
NeOt modern and ImprovWe colnlru etime s In all walhe of Ofe and r
tI and are maintained atI Ort L pla ser i an Imr lInk t
fsft of of eio y. The Bell systm, I great ehe

southern Bed Telephone

Tnd Teregraph Company

E ..U Imnis. Iuubis b
Et ^^^**i^ ^^w ^*^r t t^^W ^I^^ .^



0000 FOR



Thi Compom mai he o atI Tie bn a d off r at either Im tdh |-
aed with the ooWwt. (T UOOOD ArF1E Jl3 so0, l |







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q~i-m oo@me

gu I =
t-Ci~186 1% an

MR. 0, toftw
-~0 gm__
Pt *l.h blrrr _

4 PLO* "Pdw mom)_

-i a ol. aa. bs

- mdo am Wee etny, ems to
-o.ymoves Sity S .Ore wsoee

dor A 'u -O w emoNOW its
we so w mm Go telw" 00
dYpowb St s weede how

111&4008 a it s ODM bo

owerb ws. in

hen Obtter __.Aod10m
m a* subwaY itinwran a wes
3 tem w.ry, do public serv Ice

Us emuss St mrohnls.which a
-' Sbvw Pes bs at 4Ma..tS
the Uprallle total tof6.
W.WT. oIsa itasu'e ~represeatw a

bego" Ield Sfcommercl -
a% is ealkwd at *575.0o',wo, and
be81, wrkru receive yearly
woom od Stm rP.O.e Iata ItI. oint-wi
aft o hmMr. Frick. or am)one els.
mkdwa Pessim~sic prePdietion fur
msa -- -nur a

CR L D. W. Itud d *w e-.led#I lit
4II le su. )dao &An& agoi but stoo
sh mIhisab eahi ouP ,at 1,
is the ebaimplum Wapm 11Saber
am of 00he t Coast ieaM&gIai
d love& at the 6Sitte r so lugs I
21W Gv Sw4d. Stb ak-b wfrre eAug
It. Mrs.llsDd 4alw Iie*a
I toWe apm. this s Ri ask
:W f" ofmiii. caught 16) tc.
Gas"~ amuhiswife slave tIs#.m"Au I"
Rom te bslo weight o, of sibch ib
sW o pns wanr average of G-,1
pams l m Tlwros vaofhe slDu..
W diW U pInG. while th1, smallest
d the males atM #A STpado

FvTunS P06v SwWUP

.~ 1.

please.l to learn that there- I I% atit..
one dread,1d ddint-Ave that Pti. :.-, te-
becia able to ir.r- In all Lt( o,14ics
and IlAt!. exit.irrh flail a Catarrha
C'ures s iisi ~ t1% ipl v~i%. f i r' -* ks.i isu i
to I tte I. i, k1icad trAte-rsIiat% atesrai
uile s & a fl iti Ifsil 'I ..0.- 0 r
flail& CIa'eajrh t('!.I. I., Ttil.s ass~rr
all). SIlAS discft,) 4PPI(I,"tiJ'4I
and wUcous Purflce 4,1 of 5' *'i i h- i
thser-rut) dtu~hisg s0.-*fasji

stfeviMii l I,. uW.,l'lss tit) (lie 4 -..is-1tul
tUUis ULA41 A4 IPe I C 1,e s..5us' sII l'~s4 ifta
a us k 114 )11, f L in eIt uv)s 11
falth IIis li uruati e J1Au*16 ILAt110 *
us- I (Patei ise i ii e 'Ol 1I kOJh,ii. a 1"r ail)
ca... IIt it fAils to ctuft. zk-tdl ba
ta011 lsn.ial.ls Adreaa.
F *J.tlk a. &LO uleoV
&,pile11) &!1 l l iule P.1.. iet s .a.iI
Ta~ il awj ,i%0~

S e e Sn d e mesp e ae
NImo 4ofe s it pubf* dI.scs

ep ise w i w k p 1gkmONs io9 s40ly
as.lkt he b 3e r co som Tbhe
armea Msef tthe -oswt of pbe
talosi ha at be baWr at em thb
&tbw ar every Wen yea.* He has
leot kh hi. hrlna hboweer. sas
The Was aMtes eeea& sadm the
pe-pMA agi9 nof st more than a de.
esde agh.
MItemwIf the qmeti., thaks to
the betarmest 1f bra pries. ha
afeed two" at Ilat. Late o the
seiesse the bged supply y ueaslo be
em. one of ammeareWl .dbths-
ti. The rpots II of the a to trial
m rM this subset wete the
-Meo w Msk eatem tqufery mec
to the tem athem raised Site
(hi the third *ft has takes plate
-md the qaseta teIn ew eqwrely be
temr in Senme".
PFM In Ite m e eleptie form. to
WrId W s al it d tehica
m italMd y vth this tduatry se* it.
PrtonDavepot. of the amlver-
MKy t IMnet, It a recent addrem.
mplamted Se atusetan as eMews:
"Ay m y yw e eam n w we are
imer tI edlt ef p od too tths
oumtry, wM mes that the ppuls.
te b beitmatg to veretae the food
supply. We m Imaem production
yet WaW MI by m-- of beuer
meead voe &m ive pr actie and
e 4t undeveloped sem.
eI the bt lad Is bea developed.
be kfrtWy has bees mre or twes e
te dx meo- tM K ha already bee
i view it s wiely aeepted
aS1n e but qNsM1e1 to speak
SIM.t tl hautly wAe ter the layma

ttr eIo pr tle thrt 8ti*laror
f mdtQ lt s ieasracy. The best
ha a he ele d Ipeo bly that the

so Mll. A eu I tokd yees to t ar
sway. s Mar that th re operations
ar more matn me d eo. Further.
-e th. ed pie r type of farmla

agm aTam si to wrh overt e ua

st d farm IIels, esIeept re-
N yOnS. advabs with O 3 2M
f9 atel lebwr sad other element.
lt espeoas. Mesawble the yield for
mwb a arp as wbet has bees fairly

the average prie of weat was 44.r
~ s a bushel and for that ending
with 1p it was 3.65 cents. mean
whlUe the Yield In one decade has le-
proved little oer that of the other
Average Average
Yield. Paras Price
1 4-t 0ef ....... 13.", 4.147
~Ib)18W ...... 13.21 W.Al
Wheat may be taken as an ladex
of other farm values If the increase
Ia the popeltlon of the world wants
more bred. more meat, mnorl milk
sad provisions, its ill have to ea)
a price auffcint to induce poeopl-
to maintals somethitn of a city stand-
ad caf ivting a lfams o the coun-
to9 or go elsewhere to get the thinslE
they want. Professmor Dtvenports
emshlusm cecords sltb the tl.n,'v .
and the rest of the world nmust toe
the bill

Th le Illo lLatre has enat ltd
a law makrla mull and old all ,-au.-
of late which contain clause ,robhblt-
LIag tables on 'he lere.Il If G(,.*r.
nor l-5al*"I sign. the* law th** v~iing
sters canu cr all IuiIht if tbhe.y waht
to. and no ordeira to lo\" nlna Ih l;rill.
omO) fruna th*- bjss of lt,. ftnr i*.xit

100 eward. $~00.
The reader. of this ;,ae-.r a Ill I4.

quality and
flavor suit

the palate of the pnost ex.

acting conno...ur.





Gee IAw. editor of The lartow
Carter-lnformant. expresses hi
setlaeets thi o eamistakable terms
regarma the "frrak" bill regulattin
newspaper. passed by the last Iclsa-
ature and vetoed by the Governor.
He Mrys: That was a terrible slap
i1 the face r gve to the Le Sisature
by Governor Gilchrist. when be cou-
sated the editors of the State as to
what he sho4l do with that fool bill
ttaektn the liberty of the press.
passed by that saptknt set of socallekd
eolo. But they deserve what they
got. Pty that in iUnl B the bill by
his veto he oulda't have killed
po UlesrBy fts author ad every
ras who voted for it." -

Tampa has been elected as head-
quarters of the Florida Citrs Exs-
chebae, the new organisatloo of fruit
powers pattered after that which has
operated ao seucessfully fo the bese-
At of Califorala grower. Tbis orgaln-
sation was perfected after the re-
port of a committee sent to California
to investiate the method of handllaa
the citrus crop in that 8tste. and the LIve OGainee
growers confidently expect very h -ae- l poi
Scale resl ts from the systematic
haadija of the orange and grapefruit Returning, an
crop which wlU hereafter be distrub-
utod under the direction of the Ex- Leave Gaineu
chUsea Lake C

TM ScAL1 TST Returning, an

u w mb T A. L l. 6t,
Thims is- Oak OW WS which tO

iua-- f tIF of y article
a s it t by It ability to do tht
whIch It Is Inta det to do. Many hair
s but I P~eat .o-4o ther y erdisLe Da-
'rug and stop ifalhan hair?
No. they do not. but Herpictr dens.
because It goe to the root of the evil
and kuls lte grm that atta-rk the
papIls froM whaee the air getor It
Letters froI prominent people every-
w hre are daily proving that Newbro's
Hvrplci4e tands the "test of use"
It is a e:ghbtfula dressing. clear, pure
and frye from oil or greae.
Bold by leading druagCtu. ead l6e. Ia
etamp for smple to The Herplcide Co..
DJO 8. Mio.
J S. Bodlford & O.. Special Aseats.
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& Jacksonville Raily

rlZCTIVZ DC. 19. IN.

rille for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
Ds South........... ..... ..... 10:10 a m
rive Gainesville ................. 4:25 p m
ville for Sampeon City, Palatka,
ity, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00 p m
rive Gainesville .... ............ 9:30 pm

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wiA uiAtuA ill go





Tickets on Pale from Jacksonville every Mon-
day anld Thursday lweginning with June It11h up to
Aug. 30th, with final return limit .S-pt. 31lth.
Stop-overa allowed on these ticku-ts at Rich-
Imond, Waelhi'gton, Baltimore and l'hiladelphia.
Reduced rates to other suiinll.r resorts.
For information, rates, reservation's, etc., call
on or write to A. W. FRITOT, I)ivi-ion I'a'seu-
ger Agent, 13M West Bay St., Jacksmonville, Fla.


Air Line Railway


AN) IUt l'KW -

Good on All Regular Trains June 2-
'i'l'tin. t I.tlliaitle.-l t(i JIessi. .2'tll

For tirtlic, j11fe sg*

(ant- dllt-, h1e1l1.

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itiestci l onI air write

JacktIonville, Fla.


MLm umiEn


Wrio. for Prkic, Teros. Etc.
2H Wea ay "L
W. L. DENHAM. Agent

The FaIMss VmmIs

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o lr I I law. gwiilifing
fleor emVtv. 7W 1 eain0Ied Sn
be Iwemif wvl',al Thim disiosrv
eSt Fwwb Invsi4 tiparly all th- I
spel w a&SrAid- Uch la*w iaau.I
~ 1wto the li-t mesm~imi of the- Ltj51-
11rMO ) WEaawof c the re l".t 1.111. lsjor
IdIag f tor 5k,.." mAva-f rot mloua* V lt
of ti'R L'~'

thAt 1b11 rY n rn rrs''* floo a,-
vart tso".qrds %u' itr all the. ae-rn
b.rc ehted to both hranchh-a of the
lACuaMIWe. lIsft I the Iltter 'a.@-
ther Is so remedy for the IStte. *a
the wey ha already be eIn l vldtout
Tb. Cemstlttm Isa mowm sh a moes
of patelkewk that It takpe a shrewd
uyer Is teWl just what it means In
D huuar-e% A new (Conut its
uk iI seeded more than anything
che in Flori


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Nin 1,eet, CWS~ dMt, phee.~wmI t! C, u L
Is t..-clay i'Sm.. ~ gbedLj.~e~
CUUO IO mATISm A4iL tU rAl%,

CURES &$in4
Pw~iw Me, we SIAS 1dm Al

h sw uximmir co-,
on monkSee' "aW" S. .In. us.
and wooom-podkod
W. M OmTSO1q

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P~L-A-~--A AL & A

Its distinctive
rare deliecous

MWWW W WFI w q IF Maw qF F IF I -- m







GETS $350, LOSES $700

All tiblaink ,'i Ild. i| 'd f i n i1t1 t
be corre, -tll f11i I c. 1l. i ,lt afrt -
.nanile nillt t.e ** ii. ,el li fi l ianld th
i l w'i ,I I | I! | "t ,
tia 'ln t I .. i t, li ,' L :1. r, 1
their hit ii ,
All alIic ai, m ti-mit ll l i,. ,uhi, tth,'j
to the' foun: < I-.I|n"dle|lrs no f t( th.-
rClity its ,.hlih h I tillelint r.--ld-.
before' flii i i !i.h i-ilot di.l-.mt
mn it.
Alilh ililnt- w ,l ;\~ ne! dll.s tronl-
'le and d.!etl-tIv mit.ri|li h r. cirefuilly
with t ,e .l iO .- ii irl;ciaon ..- til
claims niot i r .- i ; filled (:.i1 ia.; ..
returne-d tr : :: til
All |,-rsonl \% ill I,. r,,-ejuir. d to mi.t ae
i r-,neo'lal if ai i ..:ioii. I, it f;r. l.w r
|iroe of -e r'-. i .' ;1 not b. re .p;ir. .1
of fiurllnr I -pin:errs. of this Stalt,
If the It: ;,&-r i i.. Ia ,iill e l.c.i *'
w ith thl '- i t l .t** .i i I ......
All (claiii-; i 1,' 1'l.* .d lnini'diatt.-l
ulmnn r.-'-erti in '** I'. iesioin l d-epart
metnt and u ill 1, conslie'reld as
promptly a.1 InlO.i!t.. applicnllnt nBotl-
fled of the- 4 IP ,iti,>n of their cl.imi.
and c'crtiica *- -.' \:Iouchrs forwlard-
ed to all plersoni. llowed Ien-ilons
under the act of 1:'#09
underr the act o(f lI'tmo only iM-rson-s
who stmr(edi in the ('-)ife-dtlratl' Stla;t.-
arumy or nal\ adi,! in the Flrrt t. Ldi-
geant of Fli.ridna R. -r\n anil lit. .r
widows will I..* ;'.riit .l pensions.
No Stat'' troir ,.s or h,)ni- gariiiris* of
this or any otlh-r Staite will hte, ''in-
*iontd I v'oi r tlhii .,*i
All former ,n oi ,i., whose, claims
-i.l' allow i i IM .l ii cc rtinfl'n'a of the,
adjutant of a ca'iii of Coniftedltrate.
Veterans will !e- rie.,uirnd to furnirll~
the affida it of a ci-oiinsione-li offi-
cer under l'coln he- .,.ried. i, of two
comnrade-r with Ilwhii he' s.'rve'd or a
trancrilpt froiii t h. office of the,
Adjutant (;v-ntral at \'a-himitmn .lh-ow-
Ing the se-rr\lce- clilnied.
No iHrson wiho ownf pliopl'rtv to
exceed the' valhtie ,t l5.'lot or w hos.c
proiewrty hoth rea:l ::;d pIw'rnal (iln-
cluding th' prolr m-'\"of his wlif.i ex
'eeds the' value- of U..'e* will I e pleni
The affila it l two re-ltet Il'
Iphyrlcian.- vill Nh re quired t' l ta .
lish tlti l dic-a.lilit
Applicant atr.- .eirne,-tly reqilueteld
to comply fully aih th Ih- al\oe in
struction' n mi nit to hurlden this
office with iiin-(,- .al cc -




We are diiplhying a perfect
line of





It 't(;.

alli .'I W o.t,4 l l tOv,- ai
Raiig& s ,<,lel ill tlhiu .r,'titll.
F ili '.-t lin r \\'1> '.'' Sr tl'v.-l',
S ic-.it.., low '- .in*l l'illw

Fw me week only we win
lt lt celebrated $15 Oster-
mur Mattress at S13.50.

Fifty-paud Cretan Tick RlN
Edr Citte Mattress at $5.45
-r-l lar price $6.50. Cal
ad see tem.

It i c .r t 3Js ) e a* c t' *.*
I titer rvl'... a' I ,. -

We ive Vales MI Br mllcitests

**ncer. so that the work of revision ot
the pension roll can Ie(* conilmpl-t'd in
time to make th October payment
.(t the endl of the- qeuart'r.
The, nh'cessaryr tlainks can th- oh
tainted from the clerks of the circuit
court In the different couintivs. or
from the Conirptroll.r's office>. aftlr
July 1st J.FtRSO(N 1l:.I..
Sec'y State HIoard of P'.nlions


Popular Young People of the East ind
United in Holy Wedlock.
CAMP'VILLE. June 21.-There' was
a beautiful wedding cereniony five
miles' INwlow this place. In the Metheo
dist church in Hawthorn. on June 9th.
thetwfenii Mr Rolbert ilaker and .Mis
Mildred Johnson that excels any so-
cial event that ha' occurred in this
Iart of the' count%. The niany friends
in the surrounding country as well as
those from distant |parts of the State
were the-re to offer ongratulationp
and to witniiss their departure on the
Coast Iine' train for St. Augusthin-
anld other points of interest A
spirit of fun and Wolilly seemed to,
I'rt\ade the throlln and they were sent
off amnih.t a coollus shower of rice
and well wi).he.s of their friends
The- Krm)ni is a young nian of inte-
rity and sterling worth, and no
stronlegr c'\ il'ince of the' ipolpularlt\
ifl the Itrid can tI, had than to view
Aith inni:tzeimnt and pdleasure. th
1,. i ltuil alnd cos.tly array of blrilal
n-it fril i'near by friu lds and
i0,,- t(t other r,:irts of th State-, as
%#ell a. from abroad. living ioossese'ed
,f th. hapi'p fa.tily of winning
r :L. t f.. hrile', though ult 17
\.-,'r of a. i- i widel- klinown and
. hi l. *- t i'ew il. h li Ih r nuilnrou!
fri. Thus it is that this young
ro pIl'.l. ;if. -tarte-d l o1t in lifted under
;li+i-pi <>a 1 ;,r -jl.' ati. a, i n may nothing
itin th. lui-i.-r of their jo> nor oh-
stuii ti l -'iilhletu of tiheir haplil-
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Lengthy List of Purchases Entered
the Past Week.
The-re is ni nd i l to thli actl \ity (it
re.;alt inl A:.achua c'unatl. atid while
omie i. e%-ks the transfers are' \e.r
heaty, th.*' K il .: I a.' raie' will rimi
far alHboe f l!t trati.fer- Foilhl'a IIIK
in the' li t eil I ,,,i- recui- de ad at tlhe
'l.rk's office lii rn. thei )pa1 wet'ek
S A. lus-..',e oi I \V l-niler. T
It Kirt. to Ir S A ii m .. Ir-;
I Carte-r to T. II Kirli\ .arah Iti u
11.t t(io Il': *1 r .I r I; (: ; 1-
\ i .i l 'Il-I \ I c' '. if leic i 11 ,
( S 1 1<-im g ;i ,J t' 'i f) %i f % I
(',li e. if I I I.mlk,. r. .r to K <;
ST.l' r All.r:- ilill r ti W N \\ i
-,,,, .'4 I "T I .llI. I -, 'e I e liu .a ilt
'1T ,, .i- t\ l .1 i i I l !' It rr 1;lW
r i. \ .. \':c.i r i lt, i. .1 '
l "i ', T l, 1- 1 ii ll.
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,i \\ -in-. ,t ia nitht of t '- 'a,
i 1. I ~tllil k at.i I lei +,I l t. ail
It, \\ i' r r H. 4 i '. who w i*.- i ili:itlt
nte.- l -I i t il li the rantle I l,1ii t Ithe
K' liIII Hott I Ill I.veate lr' I'.t1tilk
lll t te 1 thed with a purcse'l i It nt i cmi
,1;:7.',i m7 i l. r his pillow, but lin-it he-
Kil upl Tlihur-dal niorning the, Ilpirat
'*nd Ir'ed were botglth gone' ., le'edl
h:ad noIt left town Patrick irwc'ee-ed
*o have him arrested. Whnii .ilarshal
rorian tirought him beflor' Jiudl'
lI %y. r, *I \ lgorously denied the
the-ft. t t .-aid that rather than have
trouble about the' matter he would
!-ay PItrick 12',1e In money and give
him a diamond ring worth SI(lu : Pat
ritk tkltve fully accepllted the' offer.
and the charge was disalscsed Ilut
the end was not yet. Jaslpr Cureton.
whose ,eye's are always opwn. carrier
the- Seahoard mail, and on Thursday
morning just at daylight. as he went
to the' depot by a sort route, he
saw a well-drei sed young nan in the
hlishles north of town scratching In the-
,anld He r nh-ognied him asa Iing Walk-
*,r Hedel. A few hours later he' report-
e'd the matter to Mr. Torian. After
the' conipromuiset between Patrick and
It.-ed had Iwe-n made. Tortan. Patrick.
Cure-ton and perhaps one or two
others, walked down to the spot
where Cureton had seen Reed so early
i,. the' morning. There they mootl
found Patrick's fat purse burled In
the soil. It still contained every cent
of the $.551. Patrick put the purse and
its contents in his pocket and turned
over to Torlan the $2>50 and the ring
which RHt-d had glven him. Torlan
now being fully convinced that Reed
stole the money, set out to have him
arrested again in order that the
claim of the State might be satlased.
but Reed got Information of this fact
.through a friend and left town with-
out ceremony. Hereafter when Ree4
buries money In the bushes he had
better look out that the eyes of Jasper
Curtton are not on him Torlan
holds the money and the ring. and is
waiting for Reed's return in order
to make a final settlement between
him and the State.-Lteesburg Com-

The Kind Te HaRe Ahwa BDqet sad which has bea
an bas been mde under his ui
a wal i .aerva t sine Its luM I
ATew meeme tLdeeteyets Ia thias
AU Couaterfelts, ilitadts sa- d "I *-t.e-goodn "are t
ExRZrlmret that trUte with A emiager tie healhk
1gag sg against Experinesb

(uIa is a ha mlem w b (b er O09 PMP
swfte, Dr"ps adrrl SIrq. It Is PlIe I 1I
Semts moelf p MehhLmme IW, meether NarJet
ase. Its age is its guaatee It destroym War=
SA alA Its eritraeMs. It ecrs DIarresa sMd aWi
C-" It relr iets Teething rle k ua Ce wt

UMM* mla d ,,- iving haty sa d m -tMuMIl -
tile (~ll am IMe-TiMe w Mothur sVb


The Kind You Hae Always Bought

In Un For Over 80 Ye.ar
m i. w me.



II Ill IAD) f Innul nAll URU[ *UUI
CASTOR I A 11 West usJ % -p. .*n 41- JACK-IILUZ, VIA.
tw Ia&a I s oI J. J. .WILLIAM, Frlrir
b kW Yu NIna Anp hl--
S K ,CAS, 0000o ,PRE, PAID. Old Homesta Con Whisky
I- the DO to Rye. 1 .;loB Jug. express paid ......$
iLgastire of 4 full qlarts ...... .S :. opI u al O er.
4 faill lquarts ..... ... .. ..I. .. A ..-.... ll
d 'I b k Whi k~wm~ es dar InX-u~

A tcolliioni Ietwe*een Will HleinkiL-lea
autolmoilel and a si- fooit rattlesnake'
on the Six Mil'e cle'ek road Thursday
aftellrnon lro erld o lnel f the lost ex
I'iting e.%r nt.s of t he season Mr
lelink li kh* aw t i .. h.-ke' ')oni dliitani.
ahead and at ir-t thought *omneonrel
had heal ed a log auroeru the' road
When' he saw the objert move, hie
reallsed that it was a huge asaket
aind. putting on high speed, he
brought his car directly down upou
the monster The' snake called hi an
inatntl and struck fiercely at one. of
the front wheels. The force of the
contact threw the rattler into the'
husbhe i at the side of the road, but
he left the Ituprels i of his teeth uloli
the tire. Mr. lHeinkle and several
men who were within call instltuted
a starch for the big one and sooli
routed it from cob, r. th eating t t(c
de-ath with stlekm The snake' l a.Is
six feIet lin leIngth Tamiilla Tribune

A Vital Point
The' nioet dct.licalt- part of a b~aby
i its l ae, is : iE.* itI lliuent thai.
It buff,.rb wath attack. t!('' bowelS* :i!
u # n nlau. 'r rill i lit li 1t A -ieeS the. life
of lhi. t' iif.lt M%1e;, Ilaby Elliil
-cuir, diartioe.a, d. -i .t. ry and all
de r.il.0 1t liu nit-, of 'Le t lomath or
bouAl -I Sold Iy W MN Johnsnon.

What Eve y Wcman Knows.
i T i 'a IL r r en t.t ..' a
"I t ., I',d <

I 1. r. 'i, ; :. I ur to i to.
*C I I I"arl l

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for COLDS and GRIP
li iee (AI't llNEI-, M~t. -bentd reme
d i-lI Stit, e cLe..i.g L d J fe ii-rmAh
'' Dc rld re a I i ir ii,
I ll Lturmi 1;1cciI It' a i. ,juid t iff 4
I 1wtutate i) lip 't(Lud Wc at drug

u &Lt Itfit' sprlatcd staticeI Y" 70 wa"1
&It it ra.l.~. s ,n .u fe I, thbvlace togot it

full quarts
lull quiarts fre'lKh paid .
Williamsa No. 10 Rye.
fill e li lsr .
full quarts .
full quarts ............ ...
Old Halifax Rye.
full quarts .. ...
full .quarts .
full 'i,.i I

Sunny South Rye.
4 full luartl
*; full qut, rt .
12 full quarts ...
36 full pints ............
Yellowstone Bourbon.
llottle. exi' resm collect ......
Case, express collect .. ....

12 em"

$ :: ?e,

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Old Boone, Express Collect.
ikottled in bond by the' (. 1 (; G 'n't.
4 full quarts. expire's paidd....$! .**l
12 full qiiuarts. express paid .. 2!7r
*4 full pints. iexprels paid ... 13.7.
4s full half pintsl. express mpaid.. 15.iS

-Send Us a

lery Iktttling-Expres Collect.
loo pinta in drum ........ ...... .0
2-'o half pints in drum ........ 3.00
Sold only by drum. will not break
Corn Whiskey-Ex-pres Collest
Rocky Fork. per bottle........ 1.00
Rocky 'urk, per case ......... 12-00
N. C. White. better ........ 2l00
N C. \ white. nlne ............. 2.30
Lauurel V'alley Corn ............ 1.00
Rye Whiskey-xpress Cellket.
Per Oallon
Queen City .....................2.00
Munny South .................. 2.5l
Rye Malt ......... ........... 3.00
Hurdle Rye. Special ........... 4.00
Overbolt ........ .............. 4.40
Rich Hill ...................... 4.00
Planter ......... .............. 600
Old lloone .................... 6.00
Williams' Private Leal.......... 4.00
One grade only and Jug ....... S'.H
Gin .... ......$2.00i. $3.00 and $4 .t

Trial Order-


$5 50



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ft s ceee.iie Mal e s ISEI Ii 14 .,.j) 13 1, i

Tik-- gtbmie Irut'triuhig 1p vregtdar traint. gmo r lwfort,
July 1I 7d 1V,",,'. F11-irt-cla, k.-'e lij -uwit.

S.. Savannah

S. Columbia

S. Augusta

and Return

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S s s Notice hshereby tren that e un-
am.,am AINVILL. A. WA,, Intend to pply rto the GOT
WWI o eao of t oe late ofr at Tal
Wi6hae, orida. for Letters Patent
aeI report g Kraft Paper Company
ta ~ under the laws of the Sate of For-
W Ida withamd under the following pro-
MRl' I ; epoed chaIrte, the original of which
q W Ig ..F w I Snso w eme l inte theoe ofle of the
M am w owd estary of the State of Florida.
S. P psed Chaer f Kraft Paper
Sw The Ubderlgned hereby aseoriate
be ras ahall tgeher for te f urPose
-a t beoy l In e Torporated d forming
MWW a e I rporatieuhe and by virtue of
Wle ta e ws of re State ofd Irldl, withe
a b v ead awa i0 tt.otCol proposed
-r @ Artidle i-Te rsaume o this corto
I ration hI be KRAPT PbAPR
S.as iep hl- .s aM be tiGaketel. Alan e
s e3B T AnIntheMpray odut farom pOlN& branc or er
ad other raw"o m buiatessI to the
Ml y; ta te of Imordm and t at er tatne
he bu. leas inda a U, M aclr asurl r mcu r-

Sbe emm awayaltnyi nt OW empllegum s Ora Vewla
B.5lA0.#a f prin .e othr-d o rporatiosa raln aeo he nds oand
--eAbs- ,e ecc pdt a pulp d msa anId er Md

,io- i.i I;eater produtr fro pe ro and otah
h0 0108 wit T W aiMeY te M Illt woods, or th materials ad all kind ts
heavPORY bain omu t oe, c onveying and dispose.
^^eEn ow no.3 c a, ce..**- s "r.at sepek pulp an aw and otaer

heh06ed -rpr od uctm pls from pine aad other wood, rood .

t..b, Oly i ey. bnd sd and ike materis good and cht-
SaSpatel o woods ma ers property a all kd our-
SYof* oe rodct of palp.- ber ad similar
O pomeel drUmsa nd PmSm Is.; l steals rnd spforees., ond the be. i
--CL. MM, mdoes- -and- o diry r. N*Ld of otylqg.a alnd lease paling
"M 8g$ g % & pgodu sod sale"; Sama_ plp. paper and other mnsorseturee*

S elalp f .pr eod t; s rom l a place and other e oode
S& s l um d br mlbifewd Uke material s. goodk tis chato
AN; gued i1l *; C beybra st; te mosd ey ot r I property, labr-

g d P.&"& .a me, hCr mord Laey sad elrig the nsame ead mon
me b a e ; Th privieyeoelbrwspe tWingb to by In mod

ia a ur ie, i,-,:
:f L'e aloo c-mcullo o_ buauth d. And

a M M- Te S ia ; Th for thle purposee afor to buy. ellr.
I< M uOus NN tr fet k d o datki ; N. old mortgage and lease pr oer t.
ow f eat at S a menres .I o' rfftl. etc.; real tad persodat To receive pay-

oWft Sor smm -o nt folr epital srtohe Ind i.com-
Sanot. panyt a. m laey or In property. labor
Y the W ; Sed PlOwr C*or services. at a Just valuation
e-"lr. tIes. vettaed reofto o eved by the stock aold-

e ti rem Lni g I, Ab A;t heS m- ia Iosler to thd codue t of sa and lusi-

ey ot b rlw olr buwio e. buy. selo.
i Lm U eI"a I0 O. acII d ubof v o y sub r ste. de ds bon ts ny otes or pora
S = m pyw I t T (befr o'clok noong. t Ol to o ar. Toa aell tom-
~ b goa in sit t g wtrts o ad I .n of an y k Id whatsoever, fot
P p t y me ~beat p rlb om ten a -muoths sutb- er therani of ith p rp ose ad
W OWl ep d --- -wIens fte; aue e bleae, lnodld. agreemerts or
Kt $0110 OW $ML ra *ahsB &u0rtog mc 'ogka nd individuals or other corpor-
ALI be gg g to-loas. Also to acquire, own. lease.

Sa ~A l sin Iimerpt s. L o tes; cksk .ell rad dispose of all prop rth. real

wmt iei Im6 y >t to n kr 6.0o0 vote. d suba(crlbr). e.0 ex'im acll rllht. j'oacrMr or aridi-
e ers. vues.And pe r oal. of every -ontufreand e-

r j lil IM twd wasdo gast bigl Po ad nelssub crietio.e one-ecr. tn tth3t miay bea n or cli e poranizod nua-
Ol be -M: I hour ouI OM Vote.- pVedge, orwn or acquire stock or

I' q aerl y mi thei lew tuxn- There is DO limlt to the number of ,.r the l'ro oaluln 'at tihn sa uof th-e
t, to A Ni t sow Ol th f c u eachr colteu At tan-t may securp. -tocks I t his or any other z cop fra-
PAW t"oM 0 Play ft.i ht 1 iis(beors I o'lok soon. Aug. toa. and to do any and all things
So l spg be a b rh ,at tm 1. 1). W osuberter. 30,000 necessary and prolwr to and inclientg

-'f Pu raw MW bu o Fora club of eu siedmo uts'sub tokers and at tha in the co duca

l.a T t a Mu to ll sel pti os (b-Week o'lok rwino Ii fll a-Tb. ieot o rhr.i. tad 1)
raI. 1ae y1)ol slubecrilbr~ r.00 exerd( all rightS)r. irpowe or rhall
ec" inw or hra ft coilundrd Tri lhid u
'''"'t a tp $ew Trs o alt to .e ubar o r the pro.onr t law of the
y .s a 1 gige sd terl et f c r a- ecl cote staet -yr sue p cur -tare of Otrid. uIhouro-ind h ollar-

Wa h 5 ib ePPic' Icbmim IUstes i,00 votes. (I$1t0.1o) each. All or anu of mald
C e the hMBl. Ul o r a club of twenty-lve onoe-ear cLital stock of aid corporation nlay
s giap with aminled hnakr and bt payable in or lIsued or usa-d fur
J Is the arer of It. says the Ir 'tuint l, it to br. the purpose of Iaroi.rty, Ialr or vers-
'S.. Gela. AairSa ou I tIn eU There Is no limit to the number ,.at a jus.t tsaluatln thereof, to te
iled "A lsrder ('ty aI)rtag the ('rIl? of clubs each coatetaat may secure. flird bly t d Ibte ,rs-:,ri (,or by the
War. he mnds tlts 9re3na iH t hs eut.3ard olf Illi-torM at a iimaeting call
I '-eJ (,,r that irlra.o ..
W e*tls~sre: uot I sar-lag akin eruitlos. Artkl e IVTe--.e trlfor nhi'
"he apes tb h bstn on ti afalk. staples, rash.. etcs. at re due aid corporat ,an r, a~l exlmt thall be
d w bulb). o e is.soe. .t.r~a in Impure blood. BV.dock Blood lit- Ie-t ie i hears
: ag_ i e--: it to Uy tI s her. r i a etl a to bkoo tolc. ,irl)ratilou ahill I,. a I'r,-id.lnt. a
Whin he Iad euard me it eratd Makes yu dl red, clear brained. \'V:c-- rcid t ni. a S-ere t-r alid Tra--

40 we O ds WNd mad : a-sa.eds -ire-i. to tK *-le-ted Ity th.- Hoard of m
v Wommo only Flwk P [pirccours. a board of not I1,,a
mnvhofla rvem tbe wings of your ..as. hro.#"o ;l I oit-ciurolai t) lost l4uto
Immakell-ad alk-k t!m Into thm an .ail 68980 11Y the motote ktd.-ra The Tu i vtoe t ilr
i an Styew JWWNKI you would aIis esl 7"IOther brokensCW.nay hold the- oicoof 5,-ar)
ba61 Trecaurtr Any the abote-
@NOsdud better.'"Iiodufi, v :iWstn
1 69 SO broken's "ml I -Is.d# r uIs M r.I! ,II-I t lsit 564 '1 )k1d
M W @ a a s S W s o ft $ C M & IN D oh. l irtIiitior i
Ik 5-~ R~r Rk Adb a Ill cnc T :r

H, M t~. fit il-0 s 0 n l .


A o Is. fV:. I a11'...I ir. -I 1.4114 I.o

11,!. 1,11.*411'. ?, 1 l % u p-i. s. 1114 1
Snce f-es rain .*,"I',
mTTdO Y tl-ra~iiiif iv, '.; MoiI&'sma l s ll
p ~~~TO THE TRADE ONL r#I 0 MII11 l 1111
4040 40 1110011

AnrtlI.- II I e- aslead 4orlworallon
'ball solo a t o cr31orlmiatt ag A aid i"%Y
&dolat k,. I to a amfour e I kitso ru inic vof
r li-j r i 'b te.- I a vaof:

the Iate of Florida, uad the aald by-
awn may be amended or rfp*aled
tae others adopted from time to time
t may be provided In raid by-lawP.
Artilek- llI-The names and rest-
deaces of the Incerporrators of mid
corporation and Its subscribers to
4ork thereof, wth the number of
aharee of Its capital stock uuhscrlbed
.'or by each. are a follows:
. r. Williamson. Gelneavlle. VI1..
3.*0 shares.
Frank H. Chse. Chicago, 11.. 2.100
C. D. Denais. Gaineitlle. Pla.. 10
tate of Florida,)
County of Alachua.)
Ppromaslly appeared bfore men P.
P. Wllllam ,on. Frank H. Chase and
'. D. Debaa. to me well-known as
hek reoea who executed the fore-
4olag Article of Incororptlron of the
Kraft Paper Company, and who
each s*rerally ald duly acknowledi-
e. that be eMcted the ame for the
purpose therela expressed.
In Witnte Whereof. I hare beren-
to set my had and official eal this
ith day of May. A.'D. 1949.
Notary Puble tate of lorida at
large. My comaton expire May
18. 19.

Note: On aecount of there betl
another paper house l the State
wing the ameR of Florida Paper Con-
pany the Secretary of tate ordered
a change In our name. We hav
therefore changed the name from
Florida Paper Company to Kraft Pa-
per Company and will ask for Letters
Patteat vmder above-mentioned same.
It tie (mt et Court. ramb Jtde.l chweh
Al CoGMtT. Po sL0--l ClIIS
bprtI Thwm %. IMorn err W.
of Peteaets. a fur Diveroe.
it uf t *l- *vto *nXKI itfe MIl
Ias a erimhe asyt aed tothe W?
bellto ae09 st*ew*& *se teht he en
I'rerr. e defefraa ra- e amsed. ti a
mo-r6saot f the 9a~a of rkurta. s us ha
aet of Woeee ia ie 9 tas of
O*ort. ad that tber* I. a 0 erwma ls
use tse of PFuris a ervthn of a ase
ese of twsit etlr oye
Ser the w of tweat o-aw Tram
t I thmref ordered that meM mo-rh-L et
4fobdinWt be and ke t ker bi rea"rnd ic
ae r t..t MU a1of Cnmplrt Ual4 I sd
se o o r fbfer Mu* or. the k b"I
,.f Jt A. 1" In. ot)werer the ate fa-
aiems of at I Ia w le ae as *ff es
by am defead"M
lthe' omes a wa*k for raur e seealvt
iweta It the Uglre tlls atles. a ews
PNrothlidoed In e-M mioty aW State.
SU. WI P%. clef rtv eetralt Court.
r M. CHEVrS. D. C
A true pr lm e ko anral
L I d. IlAS U) C.
IVA19S RAII.r. 4'rn- *vr l ow nmi1l1l.'awto

Node* I heow"I rIVes tat Walter V outhro
'e r of Tax Crese, K. 41.
based e IAhday of S@plember.A
. .L boa V" daskseevtlmesae sow eee.
a" usmd "aU e M hampf""" taxgdeedo"soIt"
Is seeusamee wib law. RA&d oertele em.o o
W... ~the fe"Ol s deme..Sed gw Utemalso
6400 1 ift he eat,. F In rua. UPIe
('em. a9I-mie at seaNma r. runV eawebs.
rents ICbeleto woref Mrs (als Inhaem
9 0 cb5 5856ASba runI 16# g a. Wsmloossme
1l to "do of U60Le OaMu~e Lake sad ba'h 1.,
.14r- c"nofAm. atflotsssM ? a4I 3 e b b R2U
old P .&31 cho sad Gw ug las e t"o beai leag.
Iie -. I- 16. ft W-13 0100 sae
The m&N ied eOMsmeawd at the date eof
sbe isee oof web eert e iso i she sum
of Juseph J. Read.
V ale a as e*etti~et* shall be rodeem
6"e uwitw to Ls*. tea adeeWill Irbo thueme
Vthe 194 dav of Job. A Di10 9
Wlu or 0"81 damstre sad meal hIs
We l34davuof MaY,. A. D. 535
a. 1. WI9113a.
PA Clerk MtaltCoon l Ajar Wit('A. .t-I
ir U. W. 4'HP~VV4 0c

0 Ihiving your iso '-P npairintl'y 4 by l
HTS M IMS, 0l14 ai-at IIA1,1,1 1 I- -
%iake-r. Wil rn-% IIs I ,t i~ o 1 sirnaut.",
0 hik- ) aaU a it- Ire.' 4 laarog' it 4 asba-
i-flmloryr. A04c .C
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racr an Rebilier

amainute Fnrusimmt Pre-t I uad Al
Ww*k (inaraitm

UPOa 11~I & flat"'

Addmesa :

Fancy Horses and

Heavy Draught



Davis & Oliver



DL 0o0. *. WALLKO.


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o Iee Sn Graham Buuilding, r
aunders & har a store. Phoe
No. 36.

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0 hreaf

Ma OU ylour "alpproperl (y.(a
Awed m vl wnemsesd). -pheq- -- -I
'ruh lk md f-m landob. SeANo i
elba.uh re offer frob. now
7. A. GARLlS~LK,
AndsImsottor i se26

ow. UeSale, ouo vepan ms O we
w. Progltee. all buelsess pemu p
Sedso. i. OMe. m eat dso a a
wp.5.UdiSiwneyi. Pm *

Plamtls a Cota s Stats d

Otts O O Or GalestUvle National
I;ank lati*.ville Plorida.

Th Brad. Pe and Cae you
sat should be nutritios. The
Ist lour, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked n the



mrity fashion." make our
ods the most delicious it is
sulble to produce.

11. R. I

T. Schafer, Prep

Miss N. Norton

lidtis, Bmki, Statloier)

Somilin, kut Pictum

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NEW ODS.00...

and 1303 VUCSS,
am Isom rscm
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wemii aed




Io Order Too Large

LTU 11


w~i w wwU w iMMM91-
--THE Governor-
Uiversity City. frTasll
(Mattis'iIl,*' I.- needed to be the Trtasurer-
moot enthiiirt-init, a,% well as the most see.

beautIuli tr t I1 tile Interior of flor-
Ida. It i~ ? atcid I:1 the very center
Of the State, har % ay between the At-
ltUc and Gulf Coasts. surrounded by
lbads of such fertility as to be capable
f producing a vir-at variety of cropsa
t the heat of the truck-grownug.
ptosphate and naial stores btlt. 81ie
baa the best eductilonal advantages
Ia the State. ,,od churches, with
edlaces hihcb are superior to any
town of its .i;a. ii, Florida, wth lagis
and ctn..istent .,ulgregatlons, has a
climate shich ca:.n,,t be excelled for
health and pl.a-ure. All these natural
advantages. coui:joed with a lrogress-
Ive and enti iir;i ng couuiup ilaiLn
oitl-enhlp. sie P:ure to Imake a big
There are many natural attrsatlteM
l dclos p4oX~iaiitl tu the city, souw of
which are Alachua Stiik. I'..... s
Prairie, the Devil s Mill Hopper. War.
rAn a Ca'e, aud Lake Newnan, all of
which are reached by private convey-
Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest
sad aneat live stock farm na the State,
ta only eight miles west of the city
and is rea -hedl by a good hard road,
affordnll a must pleasant drive.
The fali ura uiw Alacbua county, of
which Gaine.-. le i., the county seat.
live at bome a:d board at tb.' s.Mie
ice." The ,'empI.erature t very ,nl-
r. s scarcely eC t. reaching the ulne-
aes in su:~;..ea or the twenti.e in
winter. The populatlou of GalnEsville
is ahbot eight thousand, representing
early every nationality on the face
et the earth, and strangers always
meet with a hearty welcome.
The University of Florida for young
nao and the National Agricultural Ex.
Verlment Ltation are located within
the corporate ;iiiit of the city. In
fact. Galne%.ille thas so Wany thing
that we wust he pardoned It we omit
a few of them in the following 0m0ner
asLs o: what
&don a0., w ha
Gainesville Has:
One artlat.
No sloons.
One garsae.
Four hotels.
our banks
Four dairni..
One foundr-
Water works.
Ten churches.
One gt s pla.t.
Tao tin shbop.
Three bakeries.
Ten phy~icia. -.
Six fruit stores.
Two gunasuiths.
Six restaurants.
One seed store.
lmard of Trade.
Six drug stores.
Four shoe shops.
State L'Uniersity.
Masonic T.-anaple.
Twenty lawyers.
Two paiit hops.
Four contractors.
One bicycle shop.
Baseball diamond.
Two ice factories.
Six mul;ic ,1t0oo01.
One variety )store.
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two planing ills.
Two racket -totres.
I wo lumber urds.
One marble works. i
Three silversmiths.
Three wood yards.
Five dental room
One express office.
Free mall delivery.
Four beef markets.
Eight barber shops.
Two public schools.
Two music houses.
A telephone system.
Two baberdasheries.
Two abstract ofces.
Four pressing elubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
aix brardlag houses.
One Cathulic church.
A military company.
Three jew elry stores.
One phosphate office.
One Chlnese laundry.
One Christian church.
Two steam liundrles.
Two Ad'tut churches.
Onte dally new .paper.
Two harl'lare -tureS.
One fcuia'^e i! .-hl('tn.
Fifteen grcx.ry ;t<,res
Five atltl-t t : ,r'hes.
Three furtltit:r" -'>res.
one cld -tr ". 'nit.
O-If e .kly I, t. .tler.
.'\cli f lr, g, .,!.* at.lrel.
Thr.. I h lIi .k .-iaiid .

"'^ri ,i lt :t ilt.rches.

Oto- cht --l, A iitv q :,-ryh
Ttr itt vi, 4. I I uo If'

**. P -btoir- m rinit
A v .i; r ,.I ~aIVLtf
A .. !rs- r ~;rr mct

TA, I&hut,,graplb galleries
Tlilo ovoing l1ieture shows.
F! r-da Winter Chautasq"a
111 1 'y. v, ( IV f iv* 'aDe f.
n" we bo uwme sn-'

Well. Tal.ahaa
Mcl.ln. Tal.ah
8upt of Put
Holloway. Tal
President ol
son. .1tanil.

Clerk and
Supt. Public
Kelley. Gained
sheriff --P. i
County Judl
Tax Assesse
Tax Collo
Grew. Gaiuneh
County Cc
Danmpl*r. Ch
rownsend. C
Archer; Chas
0. P. Cannon.
Weeks, Chair
Moody. LaCi
State Sen
Gainesville; 1

Tax Asasea
Tax Collect
Clerk and T
City Attorp
Board of A
Pre-.id.nt; 8.
H. S. Grav -.,
Pound. J. A. (
Board of P!
lor. Chairman
tary; H. F. D
Two f.-rtili
Five flre in
Two livery
One crate a
liardwood 1
Florida Win
Five dres~.n
National Oc
Three under.
Two of the
Two whole
T'-o wshle
m'n'^ '
1Water i ha
The finest 0
outside of Jai
A Goverrr.
c-rected to
*lU. 5 IM).
t arpenters.
paintrs, pril
boring men g
.More ml!
granolltt:c -!
town In the i:
An $\5.00O c
and .toene-a
the lan ia. fl
Couif.d rate II
Ing it. wuake


to take C
troubles, bi
will help
Utti great I

has brmugh
ot:Uz w ck
yr'i? Fou
per 4icaI
-S. man
bs* gnoL


SIddina Mgf. Co.. Lumber

aHOWE0. No nasl
f 9Standard PertiUzer Co.,

--- mTIlE
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Ask You 1.25-Three months
S U2.50- Sx months' I
srdl. for your female $5.00-One year's sut
because we are e Im For a club f five one.
you Romembcr that
emale remedy- For a club of ten six-i

$1.00-One year's su
t relifd to thousands of For a club of five one
women, so why not 4O
r t. Fo a club of 25 one-
parn. female we:*- T.r l II
y have said t i1 "th
;Ulo t.i tak Try tit o' citing votes by
It This CR ll

Fe.ORID3. .JL'NE 22 1 91)



:IAL DIRICTORY. I -*-f-- -.--- A,-t

tate Omffcers:

If State-H. Clay Craw-
T V.i.
-A. C Croom. Talla

-W. V. Knott. Tallahas-

'neral-Park M. Tram-
er of Agrlculture-B.
La sz-ee
bllc Instruction-Wm. M
lah au~e. --
I the Senate-F M. Hud

nty Ofrs: Total
Auditor-S. H. Wienkae,
c Instruction-Dr. J. L
G. Ramsey. Gainesvlle. To Be Giv
le-H. G. Mason. Gaines
or-W. W. Colson. Oaines- Sun
*tor-W. Dickisonm.
J. D. Matheson, Gala'e,
RegistrUtlon-J. C. Mc
ville. Fich
ommissloners-John 0
airman. Hague; J. F.
*amprille; J. W. May.
V Summers, Trenton;
Galuesvile. Realizing that ull s
School Board -R. B. have joined ill the
'man, Hawthorn; J. W. Diamond Ring to r
ros; o. w. taller. Diamond ing to
progressive firmn w
itor-HI. MeCwear. In the event o
to will be given ea
r. A. oe-Sydanta Cae. THE A. R. I
r for this contest wer
:ty oftefrs: the first five candid
rato Davi.. in the said district
. T. Arnow. cash as a payment
or-W. M. Bradford. or John Church Pi
or-T. B. Ellis. Sr. $25 to all other cont
reaurer-J. Mae Dll one to take care of
iey-R. E. Davis.
Idermen-G. K. Broome.
J. llurnett. H. L Phifetr. Tk Gra| r *l
C. A. Colcliugh, W. T.
Goodw!n. The winner in this
uhlec Works-H. E. Tay-
; W. W. Hampton. secre er-a .1
Eastern aid
sutton. J. BaLrd. J. H.
Schelle.nll points soi
sewerage system. Lake View, Taoei
er manufactcries.
i.urance agencies. W western and
andi feed stables.
nd basket factory.este a
'lub reading room. annee, Wilcox,
lanufacturing Plant
I Exp, riment Station. by this area. ONI
iter Bible Conference. ._ _S
inking establishments.
Id Fellows' Sanitarium.
rtakinig establishments.
a best hotels in the in H-ow and
epale grain and feed
*-ale gric..ry e.-tabli-l. Vo
The following merch
t has made Galuesvilll- O ,very cent paid lato
goods which they hua
opera house In the Stat Oaitrvlle Furfiture Co
St-n'il' Ille Phifer 4 Morria Co., Cl
st wt.he cowi;1etd aine evlle Hardware CO
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, I
nmaoiia. plaster, rs W. M. Johnaon, Drugs ai
ter, matulinist and la L. C. mith, Shoes and J
aloret Mrs. a. Wilson. Dry OS
of pated streets and Saunders & Earle, Oloc
, waif then l a sthef City Bakery, Bread and
courtt hb'u.e built of brick P. Y". Smith, Fresh Meat
beautiful structure and Crawford Davis, Live
ouei beds. ahrub.rlwtv The Sun, Printing and I
lotIunleiit. etc. surround The Irown House, Meala
It a mo^t attractive p< N. Francisco, Banana HM




ash Value $1,000.00

n Away by the Merachi al Te

t Czitens of tAcha Cunty

Section Gets Prizes!

testt to Cle August 18, 1909

should share like in the distribution, leading business hom
coulbilation to give away Two Handsome Piano and One
residents of Alachua county in three different sections. Thee
ill give One Vote for each penny spent with them.,
f a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respect there-
ch of those tieing.
HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the plaao
e purchased, have agreed to offer extra prices as follow: T
latest in each district, excepting the winners of the capital priuw
. one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemabae la
on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, D
anos. In addition to this they will give a. certiftate ood or
estants in the race, and will make special arrangements with amy-
their parer on all purchases of instniments at the cah pri.
se ia Will embrace the city and suburbs and becon-
Ie M Nfined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.

Sta ill ompri territory from Fa'
Summer SutIuu banks nil points east arnd from Ro-
utl.-Wallo, Hawthorv. '.and Grove. ..unpvUillt. Micanopy,
a an.d all points along lie of T. & J. Hy. ONE PIANO.
other Section compri. e all stations rom
HNorthen O U n Hae to High Springs, Trenton.
Iell, Newlei;y, Joneeville, AArhetr ahd all settlements overed

BSeat boxes wi he bum ta the .eMI
Mere to Get oice.Waotes WmIN bI mU 'Z "
mnts o the merch aetm Ivtij vote$ and at Tho
a s otee. Votes set by =al mnt be directed
|MA- to the Voting Cotest Departmnt of The &w
tes- GI lls,, 71.14..
ants will give one other
i thebl -elabalihm ta or
boy -u Rules and Regulatio
thing and Furnishings.
.. luibngnO aiwae. a.a ---- ~ g v

.. Plumbing and hardware.
nd Mescinea.
ede and Notions.
series and Feed Stuffs.
ry and Sale Stableo
* and Lodging.
ouse, Fruits, Etc.
Sand Building Material.

Alactbu county wbo t know by the eoduttr
of the contest or vowched or hy soms reatable
persa. to them well kom.
2. No employee, ataces or relative of the gai
prietors of the abovenamed Brus are oelible to
participate lo this eoateMt. and wUl r -pao I
so maUaer.
a. In the eveat of a ''- rtall- be*twem
candidates or other ltereeted In th o eotels
much controversy may be referred to the M-
ductors of contest, who alone are the jerea
qualiSed to render delestao
4. ia the event a candidate delcde to wt0b
draw from the race. such candidate will sot be
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of aeoter
candidate Io the coate L

Iid tb ,teier New Subset er
' subscription ..................... 500 vots 700 vot
subscription ....................... 1,900 votes 1,500 vot
bscription ................... .... 3,500 vote 4.0 voUt
-year subscriptions ( '"" '"', '. ). .30,000 votM 35,000 votes
months' subscriptions (';;""" *;' ",,) .30,000 votes 35,000 voto
limit tl thit* iiilzner of (club selic conte.tant lnay secure.

ibcription ............................. ..... 00 votes
-year subscriptions ......................... ..... .,000 vot
year subacripLions .............. ......... ..... .5,000 vor t

lilit to t1~ti. intIIdr of clhdll, each oont~e-talt Iay secure.

endidetes or friends within the stiIe
dstributliag votes is medesired by the pr~i



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Monday and Tuesday Specials

C~semtal Cafe. srteuty wte r
tm.a Try a mal.
On to toe ;q a m tal. O ftnxor
-m rfot tr St bllW tlel.
MeL OGtdy fIgr sprits was
befe yesterday. eo it s to PSat~
t teim oe*L
X. W. es. a em for the See-
w4J at WaMw. oao a btr to

I I. Setswr of Roebte was ta
5o eTty yesterday oe some bstames
mtos eom ted wt real estate.
1. C. M4L .N of Mend en-
tr f the Sm of PMflla & Me-
th ves t or to
L & Ph tc o i bawel s was the
Syesterday. .He tasm that lus.
-ge is in s ISa m dty aSd muck

J. L is am of the Hita
dw. so -v h aM e to Plati t a

ameme a show 1-r m
S aol Iwt a to w ml rtto he-
wftol m is td ye w r ch

WON earI aPs meNIs e do ytmo a n100
4L. 1&L tigm oa yeirday for
WN "Ifw Ul. e Soe to pbe
#rb sNWtmddo"is s aw
a t tmse.. fy I*a ar- t
69va Ua eti odr he
am si ibe Pau d to S at a
boie bein, a t he PUI tee

Vrt e mw .*-- so T. J. C
at ai NPI e -te aed a atlu tO
mas m aI& lbfe ocae Ifee

s. aoes Nosms. Mr. NMrs. c. j.

Of 5 sIMt mcem l owof the vm -

a low da a
W. A Plare ofse eb a was me n rm
o Mdoes hmre yesrw. H.t is
and ab a airbe Amber o rtmbei
is d dty wbe are always plesmed
is meat hsm.
(orelt euws t an dBramld Hrv-
. the Wal IrM Oetr wMob dMi
S -It work i ao g amebl tato
a rd.l t- m at that ple e
s a ret dy. we yestoray to
sis is these game hbe.
Stwearseemse im two mtas. tmleth-
ad* or ila al er or seaM isave
isas; hali ewe em beer; mn. -
two wsn; see tharm.
-t hewelo--r. Thlm"s Wnearic
M-' -g tier pale.r e n
ft.. w5as is the martr or mi.n-
bardel waves ad abedln, also hor
plM beesea N 61aSd No. 2. Ca.
mai pommpt shipmeat. Mai heated
m & A. L and A. C. IL railway
Chaw. Heltreich left yesterday for
Melnto.sh where be has an extensive
eoutrct for paperiag, painting and
aterlor decorating one of the hand-
seme rmsdeamee now being built in
that place. He is am expert work-
Mr. sad Mrs. J. W Ettel left yes-
terday for Fa1rbole. Ala., to be a1b
meet for the next several we-ks.
They will visit their daugbht.r at
that poat for a short whie before
proseeding to other pIlaces to ptend
a part of their vacation.

High-ais Merchandise-the kind you won't be sorry you bought.
No "ml ends" or "odd lots" find their way into this store-we give
you bet values to be had for price. Get others' prices and com-

NaMbyfii Tumlay
Extra heavy 8atin
Damnak, beautiful pet.
term--$1.25 and $1.50
Talon.* **** 00

sleo sm.s o.-.e,, ..W.ae
.tlo.d o............
..... tlk

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Vim 3-Wa B. eaMdd Mmlia,
good vras lor 1e-
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MulE N ...

WIN Leave he Nme if You Use

Infeetiomus d cotagtous disease
are preeted by carefully ftaimatlag
wit Femole ad renole Spray.
frmole t eatermlsa bed bgs.
ros ., aus. mochs. chilers. lSes.
mre, c hckn M- e, ad aU klads of
Quart, $I; half gaoms. 1.76; gal
lo $3; mrayer.. Mc.
A tris order will cenviee you. Ac
eept o Mebtltute. Look for the I-
bel PENOLE on every cam and Spray.
W. aI Faan & Co.. Dtrilbuters.

N. P. Cauthem and W. D. Fitlay-
son, both of Waldo. were visitors to
the city yesterday.
How do you expect a good baseball
team to -* malnta!',i-d If you do not
patronize the ganse?
H. L Murray has returned from
Jacksonvillle. he-re he w~.ct ou pleas
ure for a coullte of da)..
Dr J H. Coffev of Waldo as, in
the ct> ))est-rda). hating tur the iurlow.- of sittues.srig the
iall gainlm
Ca(t( J V Jackbou ,ho h has twen
',.-tdiiil thel ipa.t M \ ral da%. at At-
Liatitc lticch. aS Ain t1w city y)t- tr-
day ti routl- to his huole at iron

pare with ours



New and desirable.

Only a few left,

but good assortment sizes.

1-4C OW3
for Monday and Tuesday.

50c SILKS 31c
Neat checks and plaids, very desira-
ble for waists and suits-a 50c value
in any store. Special at ..... $l

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WANTED-Respectable white woman
to do cooking and gesml house-
work; must be neat, clean and a
No. 1 cook. Wages satisfactory.
Give reference. Address Mrs. H.
Maddox. Archer. Pla


FOR RENT- Lower lart of reidencv.
Apply Telegraph Ofme<.
FOR RENT--Oe six-room and tao
fveroom cottages in South Gaints-
Ville Apply to Coffin Factor office
F'OR RENT-Pasture P.uitable. for
thrchread cattlr with |1 nty of
Ktnxl ;attr Term ii1 r niitl
It. MI Il(kard
FOiR KENT-NAw ; retm coltage all
niodtlru cot-unalincts. L*ii E 'ouri
street. ApIlY 8 A l.-dbi-tt.r. J,
se French Plato Store.

J A Roblrts. justice (,f the li.ac. FOR RENT- Ftiveroom cottage
at Kocihelk. wa iin the city >)*.tv-r- block next to square; city wa
day) as a witmuts. n t Mallphur, electric lights, bath room and
case. sthkb was tranasftrred from his mTn4rn ronvenlteces. Atpoly at
dibt rki nit.-
The- i'. i i-ln I i..-.. i

a4oiety A the lSahoiaet ( Churth aili
mect at 0I.- rt-sidto-cs of %Irj. J I
rutch this afternoon at 4 o'cl4wk Full

lisloruatioe., rectia' ( Iruow Or I fI.-
Prart and a if.. a lis art wou mt \.a
.lciiwt i s to) th. cft-et IL &It li. a ill
. rtl- 14 A% t I tat teh 1'%t r .1.i.d 1. 4 lte
t-% .V1.j11 ,I u 1,. % I. Jk.
I it N 14 laii i 'll 104 .41&i t .1it 11. a,

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I \\'ard. a li lh sa. h i ,e in the-
hinif lheui usn-s i ati r. rertiriidda to
hai. horne at 1I.11 voterdai

72-inch h*avy t i n
Damask, beautiful de-
@igno--Me value.. |

50 pieces fine Dress
Gingham. 10-12 l-2c
value .......$ I

50 pieces best Dress
Gingham. Btes, Toile,
Dunord, etc.-the best
goods, fast colors 1-29

1 -2cTu
For Beautiful Fancy
White G;oods, very
sheer-12 1-2 and I5c
value .... 9 -l2




FOR SALE-- typewriter ribbons, both
copy and record. 75 eeots eac.
Sa osee.
FOR SALE-New slx-room two-story
houae within two blocks of square.
Apply 407 W. Masel street.
IOR SALE-Two es aa m oSouth
GaliserUle; terms ea at reaso-
ao latereet i uable to pay a6
ash. Apply at 8a eso.

Is' dra% itt Io th- fki ct at an as'traiut to
an iihooI'.dte nei-.--&ty t4) thet- inv~t-wtor 'V.'i
%14*va to, Is- ..j~iaar-et-l against ally
tisa ill tl i f Ii i .. of I -I llere IektIbalE-vo t -
It we mnak..e the atract it aill bt &I,-
WAtutely ct-,mctv I, for Avlaa'.-e a Ot1ali6-I
wt of n. 'r I- a !:d take tm utzutitolof
painstakingly tar-.Wr&Is mm-te
alotraict'- i.4c-vracy is &cuarant'.el.

(matillot -IL.- a loidta

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