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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 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID01706
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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 XXVI, Nlt17 GAINEVILL. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, JNE 23.%1909 TEN CENTO A WEI


SECOND DAY OF TRIAL



KELLEY AND DAVIDSON


Sate lrd at Non Teshyi-4ek Creates Hi


sem u Dub" Eu


(ly Jesse EL Burt.)
PALATKA. June 22.-The second
day of the Kelley-Davidson murder
trial was full of Interest today. The
State rested at noon, after examining
fourteen witnesses.
The defense began Its rebuttal evi-
dece at the opening of the after-
DOom sONeeto. two witnesses being ex-
amined, when court adjourned mUl
Wednesday morning.
Kelley. one of the defendants. ere
ated a mild sensation during the
testimony of one of the State's wlS
nesses this morning, when the
prisaoer rose and said to the witness:
-You lie like a dog." Kelley was
quickly pulled back Into his chair and
commanded to keep quiet. when order
was restored.
It will probably be the latter part
of the week before the case is submit-
t*d to the jury.


ItaM


I tate Attorney J. M. Rivers is as-
siated by CoL Thos. Palmer of Tam-
pa. and Col. N. Blackwell of this
city, while the defendants have em-
ployed as counsel Judge 8yd L. Car-
ter of Gainesville. Judge Robt. W.
Davis of Tampa. Col. J. N. Stripling
of Jacksonville and Col. E. Noble Cal-
houn of Palatka.
Upon the opening of the court Clerk
Henry Hutchinson called the roll of
the regular and special venires. com-
prising sixty-two tallmen from the
body of the county. The regular ve-
nire was first called. Jurors I. C.
Canova. Chas. Burt and John Motes.
however, were excused by request and
.be ck-rk was instructed to issue a
-enire of three from the body of the
-ounty to complete the regular panel.
fhose summoned were J. B. Minton.
W. H. Canova and T. E. Hudson.
Ahich completed the panel. and third
.anel was accepted by the State and


the dc-ftwiliiti H| < c4(>!oziiianiA
rie. whetn th' i1itictini'nit w.% le-ad.
I ;a inK |t,'- u i~m '* i* 'li.\ utr itir * nts rei l a |piud c!f nA t iuilt i thli torum-
alit' %as ()ia-let'ti'.d lh
lii,. roll ol u ittii a m. lor thhe late
a;;d dt-ft il t. .;i c alled. llil wittiie .pS
llac, d uid, r the rule. W\. II. Johlii
-cn was anoru in as bailiff to take
(charKE of the Jury. and court ad-
'Journed at 11:44, until 2 o'clock p. m.


Aftermoowr ^Sss--
Court convened at 2 o'clock p. n.
All office rl In their reslpettvre Ilaces.
The flrst witness called was J. hi.
Smith. Resides tn Waycross. G.. but
resided In High springs In August.
1ti0. Knows both defendants., al;o
knew W. C. Sellars. Was prewsnt
when Sellars was shot in Hlgh
Springs; was standing within
few feet of Sellars when he was shot;
was equally near lDavldso. WitneMs
saw Davidpon and sellars early the
night of the kllltna. Sears was
right watchman at the A. C. L bsops.
Wltne-s stated that at the time of
the killing both he and Sellars were
armed. Mellptra carrying a Wlnchester
which witness had loaned him. He


Tuet4ay's ball game was some
what iwetter than the exhibitlto of
Monday. and the shut out by the
home boys was what should have
been dome on the day preceding. A)
though both sldes made errors, ome
of them were oetly to the teams /
The crjwd yesterday was mothlan
in comparison with what it as M
have been, and the arteile of ball the
boys are handling us should be e-
couraged from every standpotat. A
larre attendance and plenty of "'oot-
ing' s Just what Manager Davis says
nc want.i. and must save, to make the


and SVellars were seated on stepl of c!ub the success we al want It to be.
freight depot when he observed two %II player have their off-r4y, but we
mrn alproachiig.I larger man looked want to encourage the bunch, for they
:o he aslut # ~te(t tall. heavy built. wl:l MsOn be ntneetinx real faijt cor-
He identified this man as Kelley. pany in the 8-nuth Florida teams. ard
Witness stated it was then that he i 'dglag from the gama' trang made
and Sellars wenut into the depot and he latter are playing good ball.
acre examining their guns when Sel- The Cordele team put up a good
lar c allied his attelnti to two iumen -me ofr hall v.iesterdav hut luck was


lMel an y's f r4v as dinO i s. tendered. . .. ...- oo ., .. .... --. .
PALATKA. June 22.-The famous J. 1B. Minton was excused by the it a window. He saw them as they against them. and while at times It
aie of the 8tate of Florida vs. W. M. Jefense. when Sheriff R. Lee Ken- d lsapleared; one of them had some- looked father squally for the bome
ado and James Kelley charged erly was Instructed to callthe first g hih eared to be a gun. boys the visitors failed t get anything
wDath the murder of NigJam t Kelle chargedt, tenty from the special venire. On Witness stated that he and Sel- to their credit. Their hitting was

W. C. Sellars at the shops of the At- his list J. A. Frederick. A. J. Padgett, large then went to Davidso's restan good, having secured seven bits to
lantic Coast Line in High print G. W. Kellum. W. A. Walton and T. rant and called him (Devldaot). the Oak Halls ive.
about three years ago. and for which J. llarnett were excused for various Davidson responded. and the trio TilIman's work for the visitors wa
a change of venue from Aachua to reasons, when the remainder of the walked back to the station platform. good, he havig struck out aine mie,
Putnam count' was graluted. wul b*e- t reclal venire were called. t^a A. L. He told Davidson about the strange wbile pottswoed only has ive to his
gun here Monday. betin a special Iaughman was excused by request. movements of two men about the i.,-itt.
term, Judge J. T. Wills.iof the Ellahtl W 'i. .Minton was then called to corn- place. Davidson suggested that probe. The Oak Halls started their mea-
Judicial Circuit. .re sidii. i twhSt .e plet the regular panel, and was ably someone was trying to rob the getting In the first half of the see.
Attorney Rieerui. the regular court iqaliflt-d. again making a full panel. depot, and suggested that be (witness) ond. Watson was up arst, and
officials of Putnam county. Clerk S. George Weatherby was excu ,d by and Sellars go Into the office and try whir ed; Hendcks got his andwent
H. Wienges. Sheriff Petry G. Ramswy.'. i.~tate.-. and le-o Jacobson was call- to catch them. About that time Da- to first; Denton fanned; Hendricks
and other court officials of AaI.thua J. it challenged by the state. J vidson raised his hand, when two stole second; Spottswood bit a
and ountyhrn att ondai.cl. .of AlaChua J as their called, and alte. o 4n were A.ld. and M llars fell. with beauty to center, brinngin lit Hen-
The defendanttt arrived front Gtines.i- r.on l trl c.t.il.igl-d by Ihe Statde.A x -I buckshot wounds in his side. Wit- drinks. and himself going to weond.

ille Sunday. and we-re taken to the whi n Il.oui Kallfl.ld took his. Lilac. .i roe-togniz'd blone of the metn as lart-fleld caught goi ng to first
Putnam county Jail. where, th..v rc.- i, the. box. It. was qualified, which d-. d r the oher a h g .r t d d r
iiaitied until thi n ,rieriiga. bL'ti, i c(,:.i l,.-ted the. lii-'l. tute u .lu lu iJili hs i tiu wtearing a hward. Alter th" tide. One run.
bright iuntilo court a fw oinotts Pi en .s l. .dtl ilh t,.d I-y th.. he- i-ie t.iug at the. -l, 't t wu ',r, Nothing more was doing in the lIne
brought into court a few moments 1, %.. is (alltusgd *1% the q A is tvro firt d, wiich al^lear A too l rh
Irior to tho uoi,-iiinK o the' tribunal ..0 i I. audl I'. .1I It .k. as called .- ,i fir,. edition rf le sar.d t,, r runs until t lih Hre.ached the sixth
lit o'::. clock. il i st,nt.r. s-.,lit- r '. k.-. after at ri oel x:niinatiii. sta, r.a The tlso ntn ran in a four ln.ti ri. the hon.i 'Ilate-
A-d cheerful. and wire retre.-r afitr Ti.tliO. lt hraKh colltd the irhoanle plae-
4- nht- ] rlt.r r.fr.hd after i ldth ( li t- d thq. lel, nor lte, rl direction after the firt two 2-
I. t l night's r etl. -. :-!. t ** r t 'ttc ttI he1s e t-e fir. cid jSri I --because he was afraid of the
Ti .' c1urt :1? ,all.d t( o ordet !, > l. 'c i l io tl ln ,f t |l ait'l t01i, ce
o-fit lt "e l'1i !e' court t :i lo i.. t,% .*\ -. 1 i t ii, \ W itin-es. t-att ld lhat the-re, had b tee-n ai'n l lo
': .,li tlr a d .i:i t! .e l:t t court Li r; .ei li t -l t ir ,,r tkilg :u le .tel llK Irco the cars Witnes1u. d.scrlb-d lpo iti on of b hm-
.:t,. ltc ro nd i ouhr e ug t It. n. ,nl( r *,.i. J el .na- ut. 11 1 I- ti- Ii t I;, railr l oad at ligh Slrings. self. Da'ids dau and bellars at the time
.t. t ( th nI.. . l t..: ti (I %- \:l l t11.1I lta of thi shoutig.nK using himself and
AlAtuornoe*s Ri''era and Palmer as the
abln.( (t .% r. i-e. t elln iJ 1 thi hs S Ilte tlO-t t i> l li iite l lnit and aiii-t c<- se .r\;:tl .- At he r. i. -4 in l 1!-. r i.X., a
.ud (;e. r i.an. I..it to lh, 1nn l el'"-- v t. 1h e V*- r fillledh a jlir lt \ il lli. .d .itcul .i. imolth alftel r Sell.r-' d, -ath ,, ,.
:.ii J. II ic Ids wasic next swors. Re-
fr thl ,.o' nf- .-11ml 1 ie11-ti' ..'iiIInion1dIt m'i e utililt 'e .t) are o f hlgh s l d fh.cd t he ..:it. a a iti,e twfoir. t,.f the.
ItI(Ii tti latter Sta.te Tai. re' are IlaKd aand integrity>. I ndt at are a follow oreisr, r ji.% % u fiiil. it-,ed l at t id t i f a I lI 81rings
ent.llj s li.f..-er for lth. 8 'at. and t ThobMiua .Iurra'. dealer tii> a,.t.-,. tnli Iy th-e Soutulh r e.ihKlhig and I llth "' S t 4flaf i. ., ll .I t Au lglt,
flee- icr ii.. .- ccud re- r ciii ** l da a i fe.rw c for thled. itt Ausl- t,
m .i,tte %t 4 l 'r l. i uall I ti I i ffii hii ldwar de d. l.ah r IM i ; l; i.g turaihei Coasllt (l.il. 1 ,; % ird e,r'ma ia fur the rail-
vhom with t o or thr. ,, xtt.tion.- icke.r. jiournalilt. .i olm 1 lirtl- jilth undi l r n.tlondatvle tohir ilic ati as the. roll lc>lin lwir. Jan, J A litar. nuir-'rl mani ,oft r.-e ler tl. arre .-f itiand (couvlcti(- n On ii h ih i y ha
%as called A .M1. llatughtl li. ia.rhant T It of guiiilt lurt. or |larte and had
This. eae' is oi t' u t StI da i- u I |jihtl.a toi I. aker, T L *' udir ni te .l I ne W a t rtud.-u er to wir'ouer
latlon. and lprolatl> Ilt. iei,.t itlilort- chantic'. WV H. ('aninoll. farile'r, .1% II trir aiilii \\'it1.!5 t -t.tt-d he' would A lti I
tht lmiurdelr (ca hicilth lhace- Ir:tli,'lire- .rd luntotln nitrc at.eial ut ljuia Kaillf.ilmt noie c. flear hli- larxt- mant he saw
iti Alachu* .ounllt f(or uai > t ar hotel iprolri.tor. I' .1 Itecks. c c 1-n wa. K Ile.' ibut tht:t lih resembled
The-ri Is arroavd (,c-c ii It 1oh hide-a. sonic I t rae- ir K ll- up (( )c ize. anti'.u ei< t< itg. etc.
1,f lth- i b a-t l'4.ai tltil e :it lli thl. lstra Aft .r tlh. jury had been duly sworn. \\'il i,,. i iaf alke.d Iu f hi t tr-ttnionyl)
-) tl I. f,,e thi ipt r ni- Jit % t.i akei W ants W e
41.- -11 ll lit I l tri, 'h he lit rep- lied
Drivers of Automo0bhes ..i-to lic a t""Cd a sal
V. I., rAt l hJiAi ite It i)" ti 1 -' 'o Iie t ('i t \ ('eO(an o t ill h 'lId a pthe ur ial


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Oak HaBs ****40* 6-4 4
Cores...O @Sv g"O--4 T I
Due as b al-Trimas

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TW"Ba" Deata foMrtd r tha
was oo hot foer hItm Iit.V.
Straightes up sad heM them, O
boy. lt the har,.

"Pat" Orabhamr ays Ms Ilt' em
work. but be UIb t tWheb ter
the game.

Isartaseld bod beiad th e at l
and will prove a vo a ys an it


lm itea


-"P W" Walmm "--I--"O S a6

nolw t eam ye ald WW. **Ii a
shoss in mr mslow ol. "-ww."


Hedricks to rWiM thewe w0b
you pltse Im. sad he pltyge d l
at aU times. He mmade god m a
of is channse yeesrday.

"PFatty" BUoemk ays "whut's the
use" this hot wetlhr. wbhm yo hav
It your owna way; i Itf msmeary be
can "dose 'em."

The visitors play gad ball sa
may take the game today It a walk.
so be on hand to do your are of
"rooting."
I I-


time. Kelley was out of tows Is th
early evealun. and be was "s0blM6"
for him, but Kelley relieved bi al-
Lter upler. *;,
Witness s tatid that when he wa
rellervd he and Peter Hur'khat met
Irvidldo. when Davldsom called the&r
attention to a man. saying: "l*S that
Dan?' referring to Bclters). He is
from Tampa. lie is a dirty
and has come up here to do ad6

(CUtlaued on Page Tlhr.)


Coast line


st Main Street


Squst and
to what the


sloke at leantb as
railroad company had


lhp. lprlo-.d lalnsl frousm a- fr *ll Wi wf ,
would geIt. hut it as ianseclI*nt.
Italic i (',iIa. tIeo erc anl d If granlte-d at all shouldd bL c lothed
'* .I I rtre.t for a with all| pr.,i, r 4 siafrgu rds
, ,, ltnIc hIlhdli.l 1 t't After ui ha st roung Iprotest by the
I.,, I I. ,- i ,I aii'd foIr I ti I. it it i highly problabl. that the
,., i it i Ij ^uIe i t, el'c. iti -1 will i d.1e1-id altugether. and
.ci,. .,,,. l o Ito o ii clt o h.i -il.:. will hxve to be sub-
S: ,' t tI .ill tlte' ii llfo r ,11.* ,> I, .r (c.ar of the' Ira *-l
.1. i,,i .i 4 I .1 I l. hi ii la t iubhli I'. I thlak of taking up
,i l I: A '1 Isl.Lsal I a.ld half of I the street for thli r own be ellt.
i11. 4 i.i 1l. k i 4i 1 on, a lthoult s uo iu< h As e4.*ll I 'ayilg fu r


I I ..l I A Ii te I
t oll, i t* This l1010t1'A will t-ou14- Up &t (th**
1 ,1 iI, -. c ai lli1i.1' i "lIhit -itt a II i tu Oni' up at th.-
,' I .. .* t i ,tl i l. o the cI t> dad-
c c +- ii.. -c.i,.' I11 Jil, .i1.e i- thee cl tte Is ItAM tc jut l,
I : I .. i "- I ii, L !! i f lp | t It.e (l Ito c-aru t s u so etlila ot
V .' I' w li II. tille.t.d 4i ltc. the lIIre leLIs
rt-il. l,. ic ltr-rel) M tt il.i 1.


OAK HALLS SHUT OUT



THE VISITORS YESTERDAY


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lt ad Se htok myd TdAy.


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Mo vW"d eadpnow .em
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690t W to myOda&hiss. a cltm all
*M rCOMrW COMPOM rft k.
*u. Nothig0*ompamWith t.
rat at bis IS
0 the 04 ft ON.

ft"3a TMa pS gamut hMW
ft&0~the yello
.arW ab w a rs
-Me no d "ON#
~#dinsismstheS Best-i
des ft waft mNe Gommnam
an*Am dw dewSeot.
m0a ia s pay off a
we N I-' hand and maser.
of do anm"l wu and
20' AD Afte A the lheas remvemge
0 Ub fb a em he00 1WeSad Mb
mno 66-4bv. Dr. W. a fSeine
in Wrf WaS.

i" ind rubber plest-ft.
slow"-if a et t es IN the ePl
-- in w~rh It Bebbee elb
64m0" assO a aisold feet
NO. tooduf. loop*& f loom %I
4" 0m@dl, Mwith a a va leafy
i`W M $ 96ft~ft t vvTruny or aft
# e ta with 06 eachb elr o trnos.*
nowe twuig and Wiodlag slng
amtpo wee"inmuh-ba waymast.,
N"d theMoves of India a d C'ey Ion to
gso lte s 'mask.tree." sometime.
SM 000- P" up Into the tmes andw
P NO IwM IN &eke the banyan, to
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EFRIBERATORS


of


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They ara heavily insulated
ad are lendid ice-svern.
SHid oak ea, woven wire
daelves, heavily coated with
Mdk tin. The hardwAre
Sao the heaviet, made of
r sad full nickel plated.
Oam mid to give mtisfac-
ri, CoM and see them.


I miaCIL
MoIs savifn


TME CUCKO
es m f Tha Are Com-
-i Wibsth e rd.
-ab is di- when Ist e hears
fW eb --* itea boo t00 sr n
Is ueamf that will a what oe wUil
mat eq~gMtts do daert the year.
Ia ma pwts of otInd and ti the
aubrn cotmmo o f %$aold people
to mare r y w ta rtti psefC aO
1Wftal t t B ra bleof the rwn. a
a" idhmy a .mlias. a iwky ylw. In
so mans" beedwe i sN Wase not
O d to y e do as bat thry aft
alv a w at th e l ar tieme tids
irk bein bgw m oe f hof mr To
ve a M esn ie aim ow pc et whea
S emrmo's ea* H o r at hrmd lamura
Cld eftr If the rest of te tear.
S OpanMi pamataI delreo that aft.
Or t. Joa'm day the bird ebale eInto
a qarrmn Ibawk.
ti Dume- hav a cartam i pd r
agming tbis Ird. Wbre tbh village
glt ber a Bnrt call tbhy kLei tbeir
heab and rpaamt. "Cukoo. cuckoo.
whMa m Ma I be married?" As many
ars as the bird call 'rmckoo" io an-
wer. ao may years will the maiden
hIw to wat. The old folk. bet and
bewed with rbeammtlim and age. mak
mltead. "Cerkoo. crukoo. whe shall
I be released from tbhi world'a cares
aad the answer rown Is tbhw anm
way. No ocaupk'd is the p or bird In
answerlug tbhem qulratioa, my the
Danim. that sbe never has tHim to build
her aet. so Iso oroed to lay her ega
ta the at of another bird.-Plamet.


0ere Nipples
Any othor who has had experience
wth this distressiag allm- t will be
pleased to know that a cre may be
eaoteod by applyagm Chauherlaln'
bhbe as soor as the child is done
nursaig. Wipe It of with a soft cloth
beore allowing the babe to sure.
Maay tried aurses s this salve
with best reaits, For al by all
druggists.
Whom enil Keowledg Comes.
"Mamma." asked a little srll, "how
long id you know pIala lIefore you
marrnAd hbim"
"My deer." replied the mother. "I
was acqualuted with ytur father for
setrul years, but I really dkln't know
bnim until after we werv married"'
Th ey and t. PrefeWser.
"I uwas lmkklng Profem or Bore
yeserdl.i send le c aughtb e."'
"Wh.at did be usy r
'Told 1;t.e to stop making a fool of
myself **
Hope.
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111 mameam mMated Me 0ne
vMry of NSptue
ThLee s perbaap a more striklng
lastrUo of the power of scentiic
method than that relating to the dis-
covery ot Neptune l 14SA The planet
lranus, until tbMn tbo outermot
knows mWe er of our molar system,
rfnat d to follow the path computed
for It by mathematlcal astroaomers
With the prores of time the diacreu p
sae b between Uas predicted and ob-
served poaltlons grew cortautly larger
untU in the early elgbteeu-fortlie the
di.aordauce amounted to fully seven
ty-five seconds of arc. This I a small
angle. not lore than one-twenty-fiftb
the angular diameter of our tuucu, yet
a very large angle to retued astroo-
omy, for a dI.rejlu' cy of wo seco'uds
would have Lbwu detected with ease
The opinuku gradually develiedl thbit
'rjuus was drawu frm its uatural
course by the attractions of an undiL
covered planet till farther from the
bun than Itself. Adams in 14i3 and
LU Vernier nl 1845 ladependently and
eacb without knowledge of the other's
plans attacked the then extremely dif-
flcut problem uf determining the ap-
prousmate orbit, ma and position of
an undiscovered body wrhoe attrc-
tion abould produce the perturbations
otasered. Regrettable and avoidable
delays occurred In marching for the
planet after Adams' results were con-
munlcated to tbe astronomer royal In
October. 1845. L Verrler's results
were commnkUated to the Berlln ob-
servatory in September, 1I46. with tbe
request that a errnb be made The
disturbing planet, later named Nep
tue, was found on the frst evening
that It was looked for les batha one
degree of arc from the LNitI*an as-
signed ly Le Verrier. Ift aln lnrgetic
search had bee'u Uade In Eauil:tan the
year Ibfore the planet mould bive
I Iei dim-ivdterld within tw, degrees of
thie i|ektlon aligned by Adams Pro
feamur W'.. W CampllII l P'upular Stl-
el-1- Mont ly
The Sig Head
Is of two klt.J ( co,, iit and (tli
big head that cciiiio frlia a -ik h,.al
acheb l as our h1 ad ,, r t. I lik .
a r', d mid .),c ur i< I I f:t I ii, ,ii. ti
irri" Yc, U' 4l c n t r' It : I 1 11111, ,ha
a' iinb iu ),oui 11% r m ihl ItillaidP
l ,t1i I -i. t it w tt 1l, tr iii for
SI ..it o ,,.. a rt I n r, r I, ( I i Il
, l i :d b) \\ M J,h L,
If It' priuted statlutery )>ou want
The Sun oMice i the plae to get it


AVCERs &14 'bVIGO
MlakI IAg it' ivuw4J w ramLJ jigd I w i f mat r ir hLIut An (leamd gaek ?
441.3a.. AI'ew **ev pedaw
We babIvt Jdtul ..Jij r hs c.*nh.i s te* w euu at p l p.
Does not Color the Blair


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THE RI VR SWNL
to -- lh IMet PWTeem uq I*
n0ghwars of Parls
We hae beard almost too mOCh of
tea srets of Paris sad not aolMh of
that trt most ditlictive of an--the
rfrer Iri. lowing tbroegh tbe city
fo al aUs, It le a highway. with Its
bteatus nurwc btwf. ts tfrlttlr nadw Its
quays (If a d;rk ni htl the M IlWe nay
reu to Inugotbriroc fnllsy the symrnl
t dreth Is the rity's lfe abomdlnl--
mrky l deth iund Ilnky crrin. aay and
tEUat wickedeam Yt noruafly. even
Sperhap to milr the Ia Ine but
the mirror of a city's mod. There, are
UIt every Twherlgllbts lengthened
ia the water. Th Lourre and tbe
,(C ergerel abown o th ti trewam are
thMan fHarer tbha tbeir orlginar It
is better to look upon the eddylIg ra
cwtkmn of the brkl erethan a to
stand i thwe Phc de Ia Concorde.
brigt w Its orange lamps to bor
of am auto bsow.* Tbe lights a the
btrine ad It" Imag *are more alltua.
aoe tomnately of fairylead amd Parts.
ia tibr gilded boavrrards.
nor tM It anly In thek mmrollgt tat
the ine ba e marm. Te boliday
aIlter adb It a palredte far ml
smor the ecty. and theft are er e
IMshiasIm n amIpImmt'SI eIrarmo.
Lime hMg is m ore thb a ild apport
at ParO. Er to weal tIs dvToteso
ewee to amrm year trHe artlbe A
laesd tBea s that In the comamemr
da. whe theH BHoaI VUo was
b*d on and a dark page written ia the
ect's history, the Selse tberme pfr-
ame tkr pastiWa. IpatR m sble.
Aad th tale sems Iltkly aemFe as
the eamatererf wathas the Uaber folk.
twho ttnar may he to ved tmo
wiio kdmueo, my be amvod owe
thLa their oerepatla and who a
bMand net oa the city quays alo. but
to the bahalma. where the selne's gre
Samk is dabbed with tvUlage In brows
Sa l Md and gray and where one stops
to watre the pearatr bathe their
horus In the strem. Itself. rubbing
I tle down oon afterward by the rh.
era brink. Wltbll the city tbe* an
the maw who clip poodles on tbo quays
and b er book and plct ure all
wltl thlwr umreIhant and alfting
poup ot bargbJn hunters-be Odeoa
aeadse fr mew book., the rtivrarl for
sld.Woerkua' Meagamie.

ASTRoOMY.


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THIE DLILY SnTN: 4HAI4V ll LE. FLORIDA, JUSE 2:, 1909


SECOND DAY OF TRIAL

IELLEY AND DAVIDSON

(Continued from Page One.)

dirty work If Lhe don I et (,out ol
tesla tInight w liI fix hitri. %. II tank#
him down to tlhe rin\r o11 tre sl itcl.
engine and dumilll, lnl overheard
Witness then started t(, la4 ldpon .
home where h h, tNarded. Ar he aent
down the ra~llr-i,' to, ardl hn tl he
observed a Inan Ilarkihie near :a tIa'.
car This nta i a i,e aleed t to i. lit nirlni
In a rain coat. Mllack fe It hat. aiyl hil
face *as iamr:1t et crl ha a Iack
clUotLi. Th.e n11:i: U I, *. a In Iat-ardl
A few yards lure ler u4p the track he,
nl t two more nui;eI:. Iut l-rm eeerd OIL
IriM way. One of these'. nen asL about
4; feet tall. the other rather small.
I'pon reaching tne gate at his hoird-
Ing-house. witness heard two shots
In rapid succession, and shortly after-
ward many shots were Bred. Witness
then returned to the point where Sel-
lars was shot. where he found a num-
Ier of people, and he Joined a larty
with Kelley. Davldson and others to
search for the larty who did the shoot-
Ing. He left the party in a few mo-
ments, returned to &ellars. remained
there for a while. and then went home.
At a late hour he saw a man enter
the Davidaon home. where he 4the
witness) lodged. The man had a gun.
He resembled very much a man who
stayed around Davidson's restaurant
a great deal by the name of Shields.
Upon cross-examination, witness
stated that he did not testify before
the coroner's Jury or at the habea
* orpus proceedings, but was summon-
ed as a witness before the grand
jury.
WItness did not set Kelley from the
time he relieved him witnesst) at
*:310. until after Sellars was shot,
shich was after 11 o'clock.
Witness related the conversation
lewtteein Davidson. urkhart and him-
,eIf regarding Hellars on the night of
the killing, to which he nor lurkhart
made no reply, but turned and walked
a a y.
"Why did you not go to cellars and
warn him of the danger?"
becausee It was none of my busi-
tness." replied the witness.


"Why did
coroner's Jury
knew r"
'Because it


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and tell what you

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BABY'S PITIFUL


CASE OF ECZEMA

Summer Rash Became a Dreadful
Itching Humor-Big B1isters
Formed and Skin Grew as Hard
and Rough n Bark-Scratched
nd Tore Fe till Blood Ran.


ALMOST MAGIC CURE
BY CUTICURA REMEDIES

"Our WMe. two year,% r.ld u4s very
mai h afflt *d a itih a t.,i0 i. l: ,1 r
what Ilokedi to be a sumin'm ra-h I


e :.ti ie the ral rwnewi-". sia h as
helle and they *eret m tk..d "huck ia sinth e d*wtr st ,!,'rln
whellsth it Ior aerid. Finally. after he oal
zbot' witnesss left Roland ntar the f-I,,l with th' trmnldle wwe I ral wi: I
'est-aurant. with the gun and shhells. tel*k him to the dorkctr He said it was
I ,lwh-rr'v a rah halt w quit' peavinl.at.
Peter IBurkhart lived in High sreI that I wi givinvt the nrollt I.nt-
lprings in August. 19(,6. Was a eight o.-t a and thaI I shelId Just itinte it
d and the hahy would a" he all nlrht.
yardmat.ter for the Atlantic Coastt Buot inted 'tiSrt i hletter wa p -
!Ine. Knew both defendants. also: ,,'a woar. The rash ran t'r.vhe-r e.n
Sellars. 8a Davidson about :3' laren blitWm. Te It ,lIe ree w
Sellar. 3 d,"Sn't want t dt domytbin hut arrarch
o'clock on night of August 6. also saw aI we had to wrap hte bandsl rp to
Sellars iIn Davidson's restaurant. Da b.p him f rtm it as he we"ld tear the
ell In Davidaona restaurant lla- hopen tl the tohmw wrtlkl run. Th
videon. referring to Sellars, said: ltching rsa' incnee. mrusing k t of aple-
"You see that fellow? He is a de- Istee nd fleh. Whenm it n srmed hort
him moit the skin m is, heck herame
tective from Tampa. and he came her,. hard and rough like the hark of a tree so
to break up this whiskey stealing. and that rubbit. or riashlng wourkiel t
.. break it. Ie was on eerwish that t
if he don't leave here we'll fix him." thght it a tId cam ue of -ma. He
dSllara came out of the restaurant and coul4 nt"t wer my celh oth lut a little
nightgown with the sleeves just fautned
went away towards the freight house. at the totp the shoulder. He .uflevd
In the meantime Kelley came up. re. intensiv for about thrre months But
I fotnrl' a remedy In (nticurs Snap for
marking. "Where is the ------- ati and uticura Ointmewt with
to which Davildeon replied that he had whe i 1 an ,intll Ithew sre plac*. This
ker.r ttIN rash trnm !prng and in kIe
gone to the freight bouse. Kelley kti,, a w-ath rcu r woult and i t Mi-
then said. "\W|iere isa your gun"" and i... 'I,.i w" m, n.r than two varsago
Lhv'idaon told hinm (Kellev, that it and the, has nt he*n the slightest
VIIIIIt III (t II ire( t' he w t ra uedI I am
was in the restaurant. mevIr v rv Ing wl thou ut k 'utra tap
Witunes then went into the tele- as ny family knows the val' of it an
don't like a sulattlteat. J. W. I.~aaek
graph office. here he' remained un- Yukoo, kla., Aug. -28 &ad Set. 17oI.'(.
til the shot which killed &Sllars was 0
fired Witness tatted that prior toI Millions nf women throughout the
the srhootiinK he also saw two men world use (utictura M"ap asll Ointment
f.r ec ema,. rahe-s. itchina'. irritatif na.
laass the depot. homn he recognized infl nn *nat nes*. .i.wflul. pomp. lnpn tack-
Is a mrail by the name of .'llallaine h.,ea.*l,. laiutnrur. fl y. thill a&I' falling
S. tr' n-anv as hr, n ",isliit( )retireanrinl. and
and I; ia n by the name Iof 8als f.r ll puorp e '4 S tho leot. bath
Sevals worel' a rain co aK uand a fale an Inur.erv
Cue1"a Is 4,' te sw m U" tbe .u.beettle wnc
.;aIrd., ut Milliaine was drrelssed rLicr 'Iafe e-e1-t --Ms ue t P r-O iie u134
.oriinarily After the shooting he OrMiuld P A m g.ees rSam usea I s
-. w thee two neee aglin. but Se'als ..
,iad discarded his rain l oat and An Enjoyable Afterneon Ride.
;ala beard. and both were in their ALACII'A. June 22.-A party of
htrt leeve i. happy VOung folks rlweit an enijovabhle
Witnea.s stated that he had talked afternoon ride last lridad evening.
with I)avldaon about the cte in Aprll. IJune IMh The party na comped
4.H1;. in tliKh p1,rings. At that time he of Mises Florence. Iuls avid Addle
told llaid slo that Officer Roberts I ltlt'. lirs. MaMnlle rluod and Ilulah
a;c. working up a case. and if he ( a .. while the youla men were
(ltaiidsonl did not look out they 'srrt. It 1 'ifMre. .lecer, Stewart. li.
o uld "get him." to which he repllied then and Arthur IUane. Mrs lManlll
Ihait if Kelle' would kee.l. his --- F'l.d acted as chaie ron
tlouth a -hut e'.e'rything would come Ilse' ei.%.lIljag sa>a a ile.'anlt ilo li(<
ul all right VW itlne,-sl stald'l that 'tt dugi% e'lviia, d 'c l i, e e% tr1tv U '.ie
IDavidraon offere-d to pay hi.s a % to t),r ,I til.e I,;II,,'I aThe. ,a lad,.i
ia%.laitI.- h h to talk with Kelle'y ,,,.r. ,:, -, l 'niit l ,; art
()II (-rPn ro--r examination w it in- stated ...... -..... ..... ,..i,.. i n .. i


hie had niea r talked with any al '-
('ial .i.:c lit f hi.t AtlanLtic (c'a~-t1 ine
r, gardiitg t-sl tlaonl h< a ;ia teo iu
. 11 h ; i- 4,< IIt* % it .i tllitn i.. h,- itn
i th > c a lie 'd H ts .1 'i the Inlete.
'!it vI
  • V a
    Tlih dlete I t-c wa-% Ili."-u< 'full in iin
    .<.ia. i te %a ltr .-' to e I-t:0i tha.t ie
    h.i l l,-t! h iai jt%-it i Se \ ii l 1 itl. iiil
    I .l l at1 ) I111,tlll -I l l t -i 1 l s i i 111

    ie 4 1. 1 1 t %i tel11hIIat l e lii t ll t it
    I i 1-t I< I ,I il ll hit I II \ .i
    I i*' .. l ;I ,I 1 t' l..Il fI I t I 1; i
    : : a., t ie l an'. t II, A (I
    1. l.sie l w' ; w% rki ii fter It: S. .I
    I,. ia d in Jata kaia illh that Ih ice I
    .41 ,ri.il A.s: nt H ir .sit that l'i \:i,
    t.I': l: ill i il s..- h, ti W a i ll ill hie
    I. It lil h Se I, II -. a1- It e li- i l l u\ a
    ~. : ,; :ll .t:lhl, Ili irmrll.t oll II I li
    S ;r:t-, to w i(c h uwIII,.c, r lc II d toi
    I I ..it it did sliit kniio in
    1h h,, a o"Otil it
    (' aurt adjournle'd unlil 4I :o a m.
    ',., -,iia

    Stomach Troubles.
    .Mlato re imarkalhle are a eu of itai,'ch
    ireiu l .- a e t e ie a f a I 'I 1> ( C .s.e
    r ,,Itl.. It I. th i I it* l 'a' hI ,it-
    a., le l, "1 hl...t i %il .0 a% I I -
    l ll, h ull \ Il<, I..,Id i,. I.l in\, I !( W


    Ihl,,'.aua ,J lI l l.ill- f lr I... n <1 .!, .1,*tl
    Ii | t .| mu|e ta | J- i iii i' 1 fI w a
    i( *l I l i .t hl- i I 'l a 11 ; i ,* 1.1
    . i4 : i a .i I l iI I1 i. i

    C&r'v.etCd on Larceny Chmiar

    .
    I \I .


    irs sl-' r sr ai m '. re" *l t Prei t a nU Ie n t
    cream supjll'r near Illand. but. chang-
    inl their course. a eet to Fidelllti
    church. near ('ilill.; %4-r% i, i v. a .
    Ja.-t i\otr wilth shill th'ey arrived
    whhlil theyv rf~tgr-tld .r% ilnucl,
    Thi haully r,,ow rnturnit.d honie
    mi-ir ltt hour i e nl:iliciKh
    lXc.'h tci i 1'-4 l.Iar- il wt as the ll, icf11 e
    l, ;m-a ith ;tilta titr lr t e. r had lh*I
    pl>. ,isiri t i it t ijeo iiis .tIii'l ,-xthI tld hoi ial
    ir -l i 'it ia;t ilile cilo t ( the' clial, rolls
    , t ,0 l4 1k, .l t vt. I' i l.t te- flll -l I til
    ,' 1 t M,i l l l e 'o, el

    It urged ie ,r It .-a.led the' life
    l lf YI1 chli al. ale fl. exApressi nslill. tni
    the ;r i \'-i da;t ;cc ulit 'ha imbl rl.ili'
    q'; c-. ('l. I, ra ,nd i l irl tr ieh Ila .t i-t
    Thi.', Ii true. ltle wi' d it o-r ua here' tlh
    aalua.ilhd. ris ed) i i) las I.. ni litroilduct-d
    \, oth r i irieJ l' iii l-e fotr diar
    rhiei a ior Ie eo I l etiij|-l.lintst hat rec(' l\
    td (iucrh ge.'te'r.l aipproial. The te'
    cm ut of llithu su'ca. of Chalmberlain's>
    Colic. C('l.eira ald iiatrirhoea Renued)
    It that it ( Lure.: Soii I,. all dru lKimta-

    A Bad Hand.
    II ('lh r li@ oft Ie itlie eir'iij1i
    * t .1 ll I h I s. 0 11 i1'i. i ll l of Ke.lle .
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    lrflont of Mr. and Mrs. M Perry
    Ded Tuesday.
    I '* i l infr:; i' n r* ( t.
    I I. 1 .l; In-t ?II 'A V 3Pr t, t e #1
    :* < tliHt I;alih. th Iiianiit STaI of .11
    auin l Mr* H .i1 M I', r did in that ('t'N
    .0-t-nrdlu a fte'rii',ii nt cll ek TIe
    ftiu'ral ill te held from l the re.-
    dltuce of their brother i-la (. '. W
    Ilratlhail, iii thli cit). tlir aftt'rlioon at
    4i lie k
    The remains will arrnie- oer the
    ('iast 4Lie, this liorl.nlld t t .4:. ai;d
    at onteH le taken to the homlir. *he-r
    the. aill remain until lnme for the
    funeral. a which III tl condaucmte1d la)
    Dr. 8. II. Rogers All friends of the
    family are inl ited to be present.

    Negroea Doubleteam.
    li.forna'lion wa rrtcireled here on
    Tue*sda. of a gii'erail niix-ulp between
    i i,>'0tc'r of the Ilc. rc, poul'alatlotin near
    !Ila:.d on last Saturday evening.
    Iroticl hat the letter states It seems
    that one William Washington had put
    up rome rash for another unegro. and
    neo as to have werkLd It out with
    him. but Instead had Jumped his Job.
    When approached and reprimanded
    for hls conduct, a number of outsid-
    ers rtepied in and with the assit.
    ance of this negro nearly beat Wash-
    Inston to death. The letter also
    states that while no guna were uaed
    they were held over Washington un-
    til they got through with the whlp
    Iping

    Another Negro Injured.
    Another mill hand employed at the
    sawmill of T. J. Swearingen was
    brought here yesterday. his head hav-
    Ing been crushed to by a scantllng.
    It was just an accident, and no blame-
    can be attached to anyone about the
    mill. He was given medical attention
    and returned to the mill until he has
    nuffiilently recovered to resume his
    (ei.( ul ;atI, II

    You Never Can Toll
    Just exactly the cause of your rheu
    matism. but you know you have It
    Do you know that Ballard'a Snow
    Liniment will cure It?-relieve the
    pain. reduce the swelling and Umber
    (he joints and muscles so that you
    will be as active and well as you ever
    were. Prie lc. SOe ad $1.00. Sold
    %7 W. M. Johnsoa.

    Werthington Iprings PepM lr.
    1. F. Lamb. Iproprietor of the Worth-
    ington 8prinls Ilotel. was a visitor to
    the city yesterday. He states that a
    large number of Gaines ille people are
    now linking their headquarters at his
    lacee, and that the plrlins are lorov-
    nx a i .tilatr ihl:ce for pliil(k parties
    A e'1 'I"al t 'it i there


    CANT LOSE HAIR


    Twenty Years from Today a Bald-
    headed Man Will Me an


    Unusual Sight.


    Out. of the itlst Irtirinieinit drtlr
    Kists of Ameria Imade t a itateenu-lit a
    few seekk agi u which haa cause-d a
    great deal of di'culsionll auioigiK *;ceut
    sts iln the aildhal pIres,
    ie sald 'I If the new hair grower
    I'.ii-i i S. 9. l rii' -* it. allh S a
    1 iI.. i I .- I I wi l1 e
    I: r Ia .. ,. V l'.ti. i anild
    hild I 1i,1 siirica wtlhiiia e'iht v'ari.
    ', I'.rrlsiann IHageK s used
    sln .. a '" .all% dandrull mill di
    l'ie .la ar i rl Its i deprlrtulre hald-
    ne-is. Itclhili c'all,, spllltting hair and
    all Iseall, dieaae'r- will follow, and
    I -ti\ years from now a halaldhe.ad
    Sill tI .4 rarit
    1T'l: rt to ll0) ilone H\ to cure
    ii tdrff i aid that Ir to kill th. gertnl.
    S I a iil oniI.' I i re'p. lilmtion
    A 1 ki ill f.,' lit- alll td thIa l Ir


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    CATAR I MICIROKS

    Dead Microbe Is the Bt Microe.
    Myomno Kills Them All.


    1*oln.-i Irroiniunte.d iligh-ome) I a
    killer of catarrh pernrs, because shea
    iou Ireathe It In. Its antiseptic and
    etrnmilide irole'rties rmech every
    nook and crevice of the mucous mem-
    blrane from the mouth and nose dep
    into the lIunt
    Hyomel brings the Australla for-
    ests of pine and eucalyptus to your
    bome. It Ia made of the active prin-
    clples extracted from these tre
    No one who lives in or eare theme
    forests salers from eaterrh. No one
    who breathes In Hyomel. the real for-
    est air of Autial'a. will bave ca-
    tarrh for lon after the trelta at
    tarts.
    If you want to eare estaurh, ert,.
    bronchitis. colghs. codM. asthmal b
    fever. or rebeve meomptl try
    Hyomel. the comamonaeese ewe, th
    cre that recbes the spot.
    A complete Hromel etat, te ledl
    a hard rubber lakaler. eats aly 1t,
    and extra bottle of Hromei K after
    wards e ede. OeMt bt g eak
    guaranteed to re, nar moay b .
    owl b leading druggO eveywbe
    old and Ieatrateed GIn alstill
    by J. W. MNeollumk Co







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    NoUlee r ta a
    Notice s kherwaW Iw d t on do*
    after the pubiaMtiUm f this -m e I
    wUl apply to the BIard f Pahrd
    of the State eof lrorida r a pade
    for Bster Ktilr, al.M IMOl IMebl
    who waa evicted at the splg term
    of th Circuit Court for irmVto.d
    smalt and setened to @Wvye la the
    county sa a t hard laebr.
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    w be hetro rea"s to
    a ensker f et eart
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    I bobw -a bib.

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    Si feCL he feth re te.ae
    Si aae abut m ie t
    Sag o abusaaesed betweenthe a l



    a ublOf by F dul old

    *all lywho witada the a ty te.
    adi. na tl up.ed b lath e Ponwe de


    ia MeL oe of the @M1t pbrf-ect
    ad ad tI the grealelt lgood world
    Th wu sMo ed the public lu J
    "ary. I t.Auuste. b
    a. raIritad fru South e Pokaoe
    essMotel. ome of the Ems'tPrfect
    and bsautnfl buldinse i thOwworld
    Th is he pene to the public iiiJan

    gAg 'raihoad fromSouth Jacksow-


    Sa@o L AMOi Meeing with
    do lea tm egoIN line Jee-w
    i by bery. Tis mede being a
    ig ry 5 aIes" he uaed hi great
    ob eea" helped the great move-
    meet af mpbambr, IM, when all
    e reads i mae *ath iehaged their
    papeto aarwm to that e the
    Wori. We bult a great eteel bridge
    eroa the Ut. Joha river at Jack
    aTtUal, and the ret threh Pull-
    m- train frem Jermy City to the
    r Smlt e to Aug stinm to
    awry gess to the Pe acde LsO
    Mdtal i 167. This haprivemeut
    asm -L Me State o Fll ie a
    s-A arat fm New TYrtk He
    e int St. A stl the Alce-
    ia" amd me eamtmffl eastno
    S bat a % @aof -erte magual.
    lld i ed ad a traded. He-
    t C y tL M tK haWeptal. the
    e.ite Nemorul Prmbyterl"

    -o a r l the battawl Orrse
    wdms a eb and parsone, the
    edaml, amd, when Are destroy.
    th da -I B a ftheaSm Catbhdral.
    he gve pnaiy wth which to rebuIN
    I. gs halR two alles of asphalt
    es, r ble hems. for his
    ebalahed waterworks.
    sewe aad electric Ngts for his pro-
    aore' Ne bIlk here his ear ops,
    ad love gvady epl -ment to hbu
    draft of -.
    -aWr a V s T e- m St. OL Asngs


    ead establs~l d a steamship ite to
    Namsa, Key West and Havana. He
    bulk the Royal Palm Hotel at Miami.
    In 19 le bult the Victoria Hotel at
    Nassau. and thwe constructed the
    Colonal Hotel. thus establishing a
    large tourist trade to tb n ahamas
    via the Florida Eat Coast railway.
    In 1914 he built the railroad to Pab-
    lo l'trh. extended It to Marport.
    where L cons'ructed great coal and
    lumber wharves He built the Conti-
    mental Hotel at Atlantic Beach near
    Maypert, which gave an ocean beach
    resort o Jacksoaville and the State
    generally.
    In 1NG be extended his railway 28
    ales to HeaI teae. and la 1?7 be-
    an the greatest ad most aIportaat
    railroad scom trction ever before n-
    ertaken by se man, ta the extee-
    san of is relread to Key Wet. by
    bridging by coacrete viaducts. stel
    bridges and lbeey Ala of rock the
    opealiag between te Florida keys.
    la Jenua y 198W. this road was
    opened fr travel to Knights Key. 477
    m aes Nlth e Jacksoaville, ,were
    ectiom Is made by steamship for
    Havana and Key Wet. The coo-
    stretom of the 44 miles between
    Kallta Key aad Key West I pmo
    greastng rapMly ad most attsfae-
    torly. A lar force of men and all
    the varios Ia d of machinery that
    c an be af d i that class of con-
    struetioe a Steadley working to na-.
    Wab the trt t Key West by January
    ft--- -A-A---.IA---'---.," --


    -l sad a atoflu aa, aat bridtaging I th*. the tieta binnhay or nen-
    S SL 3M0111aa at thapt at i ry M. Fame.laglr. the aa who has done
    1 he bea'the l V. Whie rals these thina. The etileacy of the
    NO f1m 1 M ma to Daytoea. orgam ttlu lm Mr. Pla ger'a Florda
    L 1 and emanected It ast Coast ralway is of the highest
    fa- at St P alath. thas ealsa his oafial are prsaetit, liberal
    a teTe* -ae to Daytosa ad faMrihted and devoted to the
    Halifs river. He put Mea successful aecoampisbmeot of his
    Sthat river to New imyra to views l the development of his great
    et the aaS crop of that o- projet.
    n It be be ght the Ormor d To show soe of the rea s of thi
    a gOrma ad later enlarged maa's persistence n developing the
    to asein t people attend- St Coast of Florida the followln
    Me peat aunesmaao races from aures. compiled from reliable aur-
    a war te world, aad which made ~e are appaeded:
    lar ~ma y oau beach The population, of the State haa In-
    Sow" fta crased to ever U0,O000. There were
    Wi the raroad that he bought in 1S11 but few postolees on the
    as their prtnpal assets he got ast Coast In 1908 there were 141
    1@M- r.s a d. which be soM a the e of the Florida ast Coast
    Sahi r to w prIse and Oa easy railway., any of them being centers
    a M He sabaalihead a model far of various side postotce routes. In
    a ftad-g anO the reaks of that l1e there were 10.461 school child
    laive Hastins its start. dream la Duval. St. Johns. Volusta, Bre-
    This y ar, 19 proct of yard, Dade and Monroe counties.
    Ha r' baras wtil realize nearly while In 1~08 there were 37.643.
    a allia dear t to heir owners froa The gros, valuation of the seven
    kr- peatles a b East Coast eoaunties In 14 was
    Is 19 hbe obtaited a charter from t12.1.137: In 190I, 68. 03.724. while
    i Sate autortaina a O extension of total valuation of the entire State ha.
    his lIa of railway along the Indian Increased from .($4042.655 in 1 4 to
    river to Miaml and Key West. and $15.390.230 in 190S. The seven East
    In the summer of 1892 the work of Coast counties hear 42 per cent of
    eonatrueko began. In February, this entire valuation made up of 4i6
    10l, he ope id his line to Rockledge. counties of the State.
    ad shortly afterward to Cocoa where Shipments of all kind of fruit and
    a wharf was built to connect with vegetable ire made from the East
    steamer on the Indlan river. Coat In trainloads on ftat pastenger
    In March, 1894. he bought the schedules to all parts of the United
    grounds at Palm Beach, u Lake States Hotels accomniioatiut near
    Worth. Lad bega the construction of ly 40.000 tourists ha\e @-' tn i,ro idr.l
    the Royal Polaclapa Hotel. This towns and cities have grown iu like
    work was the maot daring project magic. churches and schools always
    ever mu ertakes I Florida up to that being the flrst to be established in
    tlia. LAmber and all supplies, In- the ploaeer settlements.
    eltina food and labor, were conveyed The railway mileage in Florida hap
    by ranl o Coeoa. u allie or Jen (C-Atoned o- Pa e.
    a as tla railroad was salahed toe ,
    SP p the tru inferred to *a 100 R r .10
    asmers and carried to Jupiter, then
    loaded M awrow-gagse cars and The readers of this paper will be
    traanported to ake Worth at Jo. plad to lean that there is at least
    and thee rafted or Aarged down o de aded disease that science halt
    a ake 10mileso to Pam Beach. been able to cure in all its stages.
    Th Ryal Pincl a. with et and thM is catarr h. alis Catarrb
    rooms waa opened to the pblic In Cure is the only positive cure known
    Jaroar. 1w The Breakerb another to the medical fraterity. Catarrb
    Jarat hotel The oeaken brsanth being a conatitutioual dieae. re-
    eat hel o t Palm Beach. w quie*s a c ititutlonal treatment.
    opn ed as11 at Pal liall'a ('atarrh Cuire I taken lnternl-
    The towa of Wally, acting directly upon the blood
    was purchased. laid out and owned and m u urfc o the ayani.
    for settlement In 1193, havlini clty thereby destrolun the foundation of
    waterworks. paved istrets and a large the disease. and glLinL the patient
    public school building strength by building up the tons-titu
    J m ........ .. u .. .... tloh ll td I1 llllr i I"t "ure I dll* I1 1
    The railroad was opened to Palm tio o andiasistin. *.(ture In da us
    Bea.n oun, on arch Aork. The Ipirl.etlors have to inuch
    lBech. ti Dade county. ou March 202 faith il its cIuratihe iloers that thi,.
    1894. offer Oise Hundred lullaria for any
    nl 1l94 he became interested in ca'e tallt it falls to cure. iitd ftur
    the East Coast (anal & Trauns.orta testiniaols lsd. Address.
    I'. J. ('l 1I1-: EY a C'.. Tol., lo.
    tion Co. and aided that cotiany t> Sold by all drutslar. 75 cent-
    coapletle its canals to Mlundl fo Ir Take Halls Fa uily l'P111 for uLusII
    the Indian river 11, in\lvent.d uirn.r pat to
    ly half a mlliuu dollars u Lthils iln.r
    priee. afterwards tiakliln Lo. fli i.. .-
    atock The canal proud ad. wal iter D
    conpelition to his lI ou railt lua.
    iu lIt:, he extetndtdd th.i t -l.t rilit
    EaCt Coast railway to lanail. In llhil l PanoCjnAo r o '.*.0
    county. 367 miller. o uth of Jaikslo r m .I
    viUl and laid out th. t 11. i o i lt:.i i l
    giving it piar-d street-. tiltv wuar ..vii d /..-.* p-..6
    works, electric lightly aind a f in. put l, A Pet t. Lt i. I
    lie ashool building Miami sa- 1t I ia eia .*.* b r*u *I ....
    k t _B ilwlaHIlmON o C
    corporactd inl 1l i94 In I',, th,.r' .. :-, .
    were but boI people in Ihe iun r.
    County of I)ad
    . At Miami he built grreat bhatre f -. A *,,


    For


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    amsdlrsetf abn e&L Ir. it Wili ouls O
    -on MW aem anu sad is even
    7.90! Ift is adopted fOw weak ad
    weary eomthtum sreqeheu the weaked WLad Mand
    It ebieka eif dramgrt bbe. htd. .
    Fftb C -mm a &M&' AvvMd AM cLr-r


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    Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
    cal points Suth .......................
    Returning, arrive Gainesville .................
    Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
    Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North
    Returning, arrive Oainesville .. .............


    A. L Gis, O.G. Sept,


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    4:25 pm

    6:00 pm
    9:30 pm


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    Tickets on sale f
    (lay and Thursday IN*
    Aug. 30th, with final
    Stop-overs allowed
    m nond, WNashington,
    Sedueded rates to
    For information,
    on or write to A. W.
    ger Agent, 13,S Wett


    ST UN! RAILROAD

    rom Jacksonville every Mon-
    ginning with June 17th up to
    return limit -Spt. 30th.
    ed on tlihe-t tickets at Rich-
    Baltimnore and I)Philadelphia.
    other suninmer resorts.
    rates, ret-ervations, etc., call
    1*RITI)T, Division Passen-
    Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.


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    THt It'AILY SUN: OAINE4VILLE. FLORIDA, JUNE 2;. 1909 5


    ONI MAN-I WORK IN FLORIDA.

    (ColntliAi. l fr, i 1'-r i. ir iir)

    grow n from 4e- tii'l in l1'l to .e ,
    IN 1 (7.i of hi' h It r 'R P lr .,ih-
    32 nille- or a lia' !.. ',.r 111. .., th
    Mr Flailr \.,ial* hi hal a
    tremendliIs intl:, ti-. f'ir dl,-' lpni iat1
    all o .' i;. i :* ., i i
    m u !1 i ;.1 .1 : h. IhIlia i,iii
    car lit.,' ;I .'"i \VW. I aull Notlth
    thp: v, i. i J ** i-,l ll-h0.d fior
    the h. Ii ': .I ;,, hl I uiet< ha ',.
    been n:ma I,- lr.!..it. it all-vn-ar around
    liner. thuis ltit i ;* -trin Imlietutr to
    travel to n. [i: .. that could l not
    al i.n, hn'e. -** 1 I ti h t'm-i -, i,
    ellitles.
    I.are- cilli.,. i .'.-* lrowin iup In the
    State. anrtl a o r : f.ltorie. if :*1I
    kinlde .tr *-; .1 ..1 t ts tie- .I-
    ne s" r.;nir trI :,; ..,
    Key \Ve' t. I 'I 1 tl. -oi't- rn
    tfi mlial ,of It,. ri'ilil. I r -i (C rail l,-' i ,0' ; uth if it tk.
    tonville, It ik thl Southern port of
    t 1 1',it. S ;S;t. .. I to il. It +.* t
    8H the rn r-.ir ; iprt. i:., .
    mor th 'i a u ii ; w--rnl It has a
    fnne har; .r. v : ', :;I 2'-fo,.t channel
    to it It i.- :..I *, haiil l froai
    Havana.l. "l4 fr-t .' Ir 'tres'io. th. prin-
    cip! al i-.rf t I :a- a ei I .e! I n lte' froem'
    Ve-ra Cruz an a .n** rl il-' fram Port
    Mexico, both aI.';;ii seaiprtsr. 4;:.T
    mlles trunt I: rliz .: he I'wrt of ilrilt -h
    Hond(lras; '*oi0 liii.-- from Puerto il.ir-
    rios. the- ie'rlt -f f; ..v', ni!a,. T; ni i' .4
    fromll PiI-1to (' z. ia llii Ii r.!'
    7215 mile". fiot, Tr. l'lo. ,al-o ; 1-
    duran Iort: I 1.-. .ill. from (;r-y-
    to tn the port Ni(cairai: 1.1 .'1
    miles from 'Poit rimo'.n. In CosIta
    Rica. 1.24; nill fr n Cuol'n. the
    eastern etnitrit'ce the Panamn C(a-
    nal. 1.2:3. niil,.' fr m Cartlutena. In
    Colunal.la. ard 1..7. miles from 1.a
    Guaira. the Iplot l r Ca:raias. In Volne-
    zueJa. The tv:iwrt, from the U'nited
    States to o ther- co,umiwtrles. excludlinl
    Mexico. In li, ; wre 1rt. l3...... thte
    Imports from the-n' In lt'14 to the I'ni-
    ted State-. were ;e;**.::,.. ;-a total ol
    11'%*.4127.27", Th- comnmerce- with
    other countrie-.., thoin'%.ver. with the ex-
    ctepti(on of C('iba a;i. Panama. Is far
    greater than with th,- United Statc.s.
    Th*- loputlation tt these cotntrie-s 1-
    1..13.7.:31,9. excludii;: Mexico.
    There' Is one.- Anl.i icrn linii, of eihil,'
    to Pieto l arri. iln (; ;t-lrnal.i:
    three American line- and two foreign
    lines to Puerto Cortes. in Hoinduras;
    one American. onte liritish. one Dutch.
    one Froncuh. n,. t;. m I man, one Ital.hau
    on,' Sjlatl:-h li.-1 .1 In (;; alra nitl
    Puerto ('bnh ll. iil \'e-!le-zuela; five


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    We are tdi-plaiying a perfect
    lile of

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    For mne week o*y we wi
    sel the celebrated S15 Ostr-
    mier Mattess at$S13.50.

    Fifty-pored Cretes Tick Ie
    Edge Cottn Mattress at $5.45
    - regular price $8.50. Cal
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    Gainesville People Snould Not Wait
    Until It is Too Late.

    The appallinit dta'h r;.', from kidl
    Orn\ d i';n I due In ili, t <:*fn to,
    ithe' fln th.ut thI l'itl kiiin Ir tr
    h~1l na;a u'-nully ni'glectt.e lti tl the \
    Itcon.* .lrol',t .. Trhe lllht rymp,
    tonm gi ve place' to chronicle diwsrdtler
    atnd the sufferer goes gradually Into
    the gra-p of dialaftes. dropiy. Ilrlxht,.
    Ill.eas',.. gravel or tomnt other sertIou
    form of kidney complaint.
    If you s lff.r from backache. head
    aches, dizzy iwpells; if the kidney w
    (retions are Irregular of ipa-age' and
    unnatural in appearance. do not de-
    Iny Hli|,i the kidneys at once.
    Ikoan Kidneyy Pills are especiall'.
    Sfor kidne) diLorder--- they cure where
    iothe'rs fall O0er one hundred thou-
    stand people have recommended them.
    lire's a ca;ec at home:
    Mrs. A. H. Leonard. 304 Liberty
    street, Gainesville. Fla., says: "I feel
    that from is.rsonal experience and
    that of several of niy friends who
    hate used DIoan' Kidney Pills. I can
    endor-e them very highly. Any per-
    son suffering from backache, bead-
    aches. chills. nervousness or any of
    the other symptoms arising from dis
    ordered kidneys. will make no mis-
    take In giving Doan's Kidney Pills a
    trial. rhey always act quickly, cause
    no Inconvenience and live up to the
    claim made for them."
    For sale by all dealers. Price 50
    cents. Foster-Milhurn Co., Buffalo.
    New York. sole age.uti for the United
    State's.
    Remember the name-Doan's-and
    take no other.

    liritish. one German, one French. one,
    Spanish. one Dutch and one Italian
    line to ilarranqauilla. In ('Clumbia; one
    American, two German, two British.
    on, Spanish. one French line to Point
    Liumon. in Costa Rica. and two Ameri-
    can lines, two German lines to Nicara
    gua. To Colon. Panama. there are
    three British. one French. one Ger-
    man. one Spanibh. one American line
    Ther-e fact., taken from the State.i
    nai'3 Year HIook of le'T. indicate- a
    growing busineslu s with the U'nitet
    Staitts from Central America e'.pl-
    ially, and when great coal yard.
    and abundant a~t.-r suilply are furn-
    i-h,-d at Key .West, as they will be.
    .-oluo of thei' tteanmer line. will hbe at
    traetted tlh r,,. h i.tC,' lhtll thl,. inaim-
    facturers of the- South realize how
    li -ar they ar.- to th,'.' gr.'ntt market.
    S It Iliatiilr:l lh:1 l tilt'y will re.ich out
    lidr .oI,"c oi thit. treat bualt-lir ,- a.ld
    tl;h loaiadett lhto"e- of the proj* cItrs
    Of ith nib g l t rail :al be full) r..alized.
    The C(o\.rl i.mint ha.1 a inimportant
    i;>.1il t1.111ion at K, \W\, .t. .a111 thi.
    ,ttill, r) Iostt -t.itllihtr -d tlh-re ir tlhe
    large,-.t of anllv ) th, Sou;th Atlaitlic
    ports A laIIKg Kgari irain t.- ri.:i,:tlnii> l

    ,of K .y \\', -t 1- +** iu I. 11L :; r' r t. -a ;r r i.-l c.Th e l at
    i Thie anitnu.l r.ainfa:ll aI .: I inclha-.
    ',. nl:I di tri l.#tld <. r tht e n j'V.0.' ha- at ac\t i' lard cf trade.
    e- lral hbanki.. t" -.ly pai.-rn>. It
    is headquarters I- 1 *r tL.- I.n.aat a.",.,ong
    fleet. lIt ia.' al outp .t o>f t+ i. 'P
    iLs noruious. ;t 'I t':.; business i I'i
    crea-ing It i;t a ,e ,leulati'i i ai
    Ipro)xiniatig .* Si*lr It Ih flt:.- piIl.l,<
    and prliat -chom,l- anil < lIurcrhhs ,f
    all denotnamina.tnir. I'., ;al.iantaig -
    a alitrl i utn ia !it. r .r1 I tha- .l." i aiia
    Ka!t C.(' la-t ra lw.c i l. .1 I 1 II '. I lli
    | .hite..ill It l.t 'l utof :tla K H.\ -t
    u ill t-c'oee )n a :t r<* i t <-it ,
    lee. ii lar,&:*-I thet el lI t l',,''il .11. 'ii
    * ,:;l1 1 ... ;i- 'I I .' leIl .it .- r \t'* .'l
    ' -; l'n' V+ ill r, .'-1 A l l~ii[. >r'. ll '-..t >


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    THE COOPERATIVE CONTEST.

    Bu>nress House That Are in the
    Plan Which Will Ileue Votes.
    The haitdl-,lne, planoC andl dl.imnnd
    rinic to be \eii aa. In the' (Co
    l ,erat. ,it (',,iiit -st o Ill I .e the grand
    *At cll'h rihutito i of prize. ever offered
    in Ala( hia county.
    Parties trading with an% of the fol
    losing stores% willi he gl'tn one vote-
    for e.etry lo-nny spent:
    (ain furniture. PIhlfer & Morris Co., cloth
    ing and furnlrhings; Oalnesville Hard
    ware Co.. plumbing and hardware.
    Mrs. r. T. McCormick. millllner; W.
    M. .lohnson. drugs and nedlcines: I.
    C. Smith. rhoes and jewelry; Mrs. R.
    Wilson. dry goods and notions; Saun
    ders & Karle. groceries and feed
    -ti:ff. City Itakery. read and ipatry:
    P Y Smith. fresh meats; Crawford
    & iavil. livery and sale stables: The
    Sun. printing and publishing; The
    Itrown liouse. meals and lodging. N.
    Franclico. banana House. fruits. etc.;
    Rdidins Mfg. Co.. lumber and building
    arterial; Standard Fertiller Co..
    fertilizer.
    Votes will be given on all orders
    for job printing at The Sun office.
    and on sauhtriptions aa follows:
    The Daily San.
    $1.25. three months subscription.
    old subscrlters, 500 votes; new sab-
    scrlter., ;,To votes.
    $2.50. six months' subscription, old
    subscribers. 1.200 vctes; new sub-
    scrlbers, 1.:')0 votes.
    $5. one year's subscrlptlon. old sub-
    scribers, 3.300 votes; new subscrib-
    era. 4.500 votes.
    For a club of five one-year subscrtp-
    tlons (before 12 o'clock noon. Aug.
    IS, 1909), old subscribers, 30WNa
    votes; new subscribers. 35.No) votes.
    For a club of ten six-months' sub-
    scrlptions (before 12 o'clock noon.
    Aug. 18, 1909). old subscribers. 30.000
    votes; new subscribers. 35.000 votes.
    There is no limit to the number of
    clubs each contestant may secure.
    The Semi-Weekly Sn.
    $1. one year's subscription. 500
    votes.
    For a club of ive one-year subscrip
    tons, 5,000 votes.
    For a club of twenty-fie one-year
    aubscription'. 3t,.W0o votes.
    There is no limit to the number
    of clubs each contestant may secure.



    CASTOR IA
    flt Id"at Luta CAAl r
    TH Klin You hm AIpl IqM
    Bears the
    SInature of c(7t0/7 C

    A Weed That Steals Oysterl
    A seaw'.n l has ihv:adedl the oyster
    beds of F'ranace n- l ea:rrliel 4 44t0.41d.
    oyster It '1. 4 i d then 4i"T ~N I dily.
    as a thIef j u .,tld .,, rhTe tnntai ite V.4el
    * f this w#e d fniut up tlht EI~lllsh cdlan
    siel hi It. rr-etal of the gulf -lne-itil
    tih y settle it e< yt'ers In the llretou
    Itd orf 1i r! ilirtan 4tallerlo n and Belle
    Isl.-., ai!d l tlicru ow to u lhAe of a
    duck's etg. 1"'Tey anr full of water.
    but at n'":*"*!'y the iwiter evra[rntte.
    and air ta.ke 1 It' place. The egit shaped
    eaw 'ed is tIac11 Ii Itlluotu. and. like a
    balloon, It lifts it.- oyster from the bot-
    turnm and bear. It out to sa.

    Poor Milk
    Is often thought to be responsible
    for r.n Inrfan t a l)ise Iln weight or gen-
    eral poor health. The cause usually
    in that the child has worms. They
    get the niourisihnattnn of the food and
    the lhty sit..- .s. a. tally star -es.
    i'Whitep' ('C.am 'Veriafitugeo expell the.
    1)worml antil Itourn.-h .- tIhe child, sure
    anld a" I'rice -', '.' 8 \\ Jclillc Oil+


    TO% *Bat Part cf tho Sp*ocS.
    ti. t .-e-r tienrel II-


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    A Vital Pc'nt


    Ti. l i -l Ii iArt ce


    r ~ 1 11 MIA' 0"ILale> l1" aa

    tll" aiat-r) ai,c) all
    d-. rdl -e.Ifet- utomateh or
    --V I W MI. Johansin
    The lata oMee for cmmr cagr&


    Torb


    "KEEP YOUR EYES SKINNED"




    WeAreSelling Now

    A COUPLE OF "PICK-UPS" WE OFFER:
    1i-ACRE FARM; 6 ecmr iriged, bhlamai am be; Im peM im ehm
    etc.; one mile from station; owner claterd 6_,00 ple ti. 197. To a
    quick byerr for 2,000.
    Adjoining above place, 10 acmr sad 2-torwy 7-M-r bo h low $4


    ... RTIGUE & aWEIH...
    3 vkA Iwo. 3,71a




    G. S. Merchant & Co.
    md mFC r

    Staple and Fancy Crocerles.

    Grlit. Gardeq Seed aqd rtalllm
    gOUtTH 1 oS QUAR S-- ASNVILuLS rO. FwRI
    Ifighes market price paid fee Che keate t ga bad e PmedA.

    A Omopiee toc of Hay., cra CIUMWI o, ob. b -al, -
    SMeal M ad Lt y We headle eolyr t h Vry W & em-
    at L4w"m Prices, sad smaw s am IIsl ow






    HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.
    WILEIILAL----- -----




    Groceries -" Grain
    TO THE TRADE ONLY

    No Order Too Large
    X 21i. 25 SMIKNiL Ln-






    IEXCURSIONS


    $5.50
    $7.50

    $7.50


    S. Savannah
    Columbia
    S. Augusta

    and Return


    SEABOARD

    k roi, I- A I N t*.!- 11,I4"h1) rrvictiartrvj~ m.iw t-,Ir'IA~tt
    o .ga ~ ~Iie- 1eat 1.a. III. SEI :s J) ).I ll

    JULPY 3d
    'I icki-t- gwol r'rturning ty rogtilar trains 4m or Wlore
    .1 ily l7th, 1 UmPS Firpt l e quipment.
    -~-CA 1. 1,ONNYO URTI(' K EV A 6E N T--


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    THE BAILY SVNl: GAII4iSVILLE. FIOBIDA, JUNE 23, 1909


    - T.;. Aa


    IFa a toyield to es treatment. Do not
    As ft dft exorkment with untried ruemedies as
    we xsae16 Per e d.'st od y aW res in 7ltinCour col dst-
    I su esbe sth li t 1g Myour Isag. 3. W. McCollum IUMl= M
    Mred. Thsgeb pe I*aa"o& ___
    M bw ft o I& Whe Taugkt Her Caution?
    'Spin. "Iwel. ut..,] ftur. va'.& toinu T.1. ThNIM
    .%Lv. dLi,* uAluusiginary frkend'over tb'tw e~lcpboe. r


    *.r : PLJ I ':'
    g-lw* -d**-L -O; -, ,*o **
    l- eaela *Ok. yes ame 6M
    W, is to bww h ebcd. KaMesaMs,
    bo bIs bw ees CseeUN her lOM
    aer a Nsmbs of poar We )-
    SMwthte was mthir rmy*
    Sew It for tei- t At *l ywm
    had made queer v is to a pale
    W ever os tbhe KNuu vally.
    eah -w followed ber. WV ftft
    w s taopemy Is It. We fouud ber
    -s r 'I She bt. Kaeumaua had
    Wte r f Alag. trylwg to ave her
    1m MMUtal& ever sit the disease
    --~ Ttelt KaOm aemas Uot lu-
    iSto the teaMMbe hs beeu car
    dL St e etine t to fllu w bowr
    mthe r to Notel ia& gtraunoiinar)
    wrY% #4 *$ 09i* You n do *v* 1nirti
    A*wm & us mu&a s4UutLa ukL AMIAA


    1 1 % m %I ohr o r It iAlj
    iwrv Itatru ig tv all )oul a&). a, d wtY
    iaj,'tler I* h Ctoo- r.. iii- t.4' Iheat tell
    :100 .el..t it II b.%% IN litiv ato.'

    Ialhor- ku tbuit' s Was Overrti
    DIwiy'sa pU thluk abe- carrlva lhr apo
    rnu~arklt'l) adlv Artist %-. I dtuit'
    Ube has dri~gol- t-ti ow#ral .-airwo ,(It It,
    mly pfmotsual kieid~ ll~.ato
    hitio.
    Hlcka' CAPUDINZ Cures Sick Head-
    ache
    Also Nehrvwua Hladachbr. Tra4 it ia'
    Ifradacliv and fatLa e tot. (Crlj1 -' n
    1,1 Troulve cw or I'taa.1l- trtoaa.-Ig
    Try Caj'&dinu' -It a liquid -..t-EcL It
    hu(.Glat'ly. 1lWd4 by dNAaIta


    Afthab, A Ah.AMMM Vos-avn. S tbe that mtW. Sorb MALTSINK8 CAnd~e

    few@ or emme afto o I Iw- 4--- ft
    The jorl"Fn o too U k OM rodied
    41 a" 41WwoownISDLG08 0& WALDO,

    **AnSwb "eW -No'i eto"lh geggr- ~g.

    A"mOMI sotos Tft r am 5M5
    EI.1I~ICdwshod, muld fbm be lbles ownI
    nower SO Pbsm I Ain Let Dbftn
    Aswash Mo.= am me MUMehsD, DAD L
    bUft Kent w an t dews DtLheM n r"
    NWR& e Eabsals otfhdw te r
    6w, o aew"so e Gat mft naw
    rri~ibi~rV so We" ~90 "AL, r
    a 000% 1*- 1
    os ordL-rGwms 'SlU sam DulYUbs
    &JAd A WMIND BEQUEST. buadus A Mrke's surm Phoem



    'S -"- DJ~i~
    'eb bed deah hSmet d qwmm
    SMWtl ged Ina "awe A mety
    a dkd Lod


    am In 1101L sow.
    romm be hwe6I" a' we eae. Mow fms a .sm
    Qft M* IFI 610 SM Lr.b Aufty.I


    ald t o WMdPan" GO dle@
    111100 a b 11 to 1gt M Will"
    ~ ~* d mI D& J. N 3 AKES.AJ



    b ew dg o es aea uuus
    :F446614 11M of1P.2%kaook 1h. D hTY 5 T ILI I



    h~ '~.. LOuanem ui oasouII.
    Pulfbi10 was howato dK eate 'RIADS
    aw 1110 10"411, *Md armw up a WE tow s e oo W O


    slow Narsy biblveibe ua- MM rboAmWISI ATLw.V



    ---I~~a rur hew her lami .1en~r M--Rw ja, .rd
    4Wassued --i pb m to am Loud
    Sre aom Itrnewybe smftNo o IMm m.
    S3no y af l os tod Onesranebaeprftib wat v mis-L.
    Sa l e ft ab.ea tow du atd y be 3 &. AL3
    ft toa Ndr WinOweg as pmw tv



    egMlus nm a ad the t, Stessa
    401116Tb I me fm mGOto bo


    &M Aaby votd elighisouswecoe A, 65O*RM uAT A.
    kf iMOr araI netfr who m-X
    -. ~k'am s a hereditara pmro FR~N al"u TIWS (LdIo



    lag and ml least4a1 ~the'urI -L100
    lamlMin~he~th 'S LAWcbl pct3ScL
    IM Vd1MtM Causd byseM 4In'S. Lamb
    VM O onday bas te etmerdnbearTilespr. %lis 4 WI.
    IF M a Fo gh 611MI&M ad Mleve J. A. AILLIBM
    phewi g la e a baeGad Ir t hrt. om..t os., osAT LAW


    p1-am L#'t as N er and few aslmnever fal l Gslmol *



    wasm mb lw the 'is~the maim madthe 1W_ id_________ quf
    owes SM wftb Lr & In ele, rov~...a 0 Yitwl rrl




    p nd~ tendtets ladbwaorfItdia u w o
    -411040 110 GPMed WithMeanswithful tpes uoi984'~s ruru rrav m
    ON sum -m e I i te LassL TIkf them. The11 Bread. P an1ak y
    do I"wby there min We flbe hnrtaissoles
    wh1re te Nm'n steo p mm. yh rbbe od
    m petor,- git as a irbosere dees Cr-MANe CLur T.M W Ith pue
    41 10IMe to the entiMdl tbncgam ofa* u C)LAILba&d I th
    Hew ho=y nos that tir. n oat
    soft r to" of man Ilan disease 411 10-r 'Y- a
    son MW UNAa a ani arhmn he t bg;Fid" fta hnftsoe
    asa" o boelt- f
    tho #AdIVmalets it g atw othat r c. i trn m Over ty fasimbemake Nour
    s to harndism butm thaot W he uaiM hwas lIsa way,
    WW *so ftr L:#W e 1t oK themn ste of d mi
    atue. w t le lae tosMeonphsto abd e rd oc tow"




    ha a&801o weastoadoed wthe cellamSuer.teypaes
    rr 'S h tel' Ia the' way when r e~iuduIe a~re 10 1s KEYTON SKrY
    P on% fedog Sms n Of @Wwt humsit.--Caf Oafar flF tiiTU
    ad Waedo No Vt Lst Cet hesThl Broad. Pie and CUM hou
    -- c~~J~ w y rib wvst ohw- ) rb cm ant hosid be nutritous. The
    erveanwhr tthemn isso rtao or rubber
    jW Is Mwthe U M met wh'orbc S ca boo neverfeete- a& Mimxd withpu
    woollar Pbtgd $ the entire s tistction of rich ilk an baked in a*
    V 9.0 turned hEy dHo taut ue'oly toat trr t the
    NW we,. a m q&th and M o I ant tbt. It oftim or ms NPult fao." Nake our
    *of Ow fthe pan of to himth tlbcotudhavelt tblewayat.






    lL'dL 1~Lwas Coald that haa as wek o akem904 the mo, het PiduI~t I
    - m teUp. Wlr muatla'tl mad deveop elat co *"Nlb P'04 Iiadue
    me hreghtherapd o- b+gt colr ugti that r~tus
    ha -1 b1 C L torrrr -uar ~t lI~~t ~


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    The LuN Dhtae System


    one ef the meet valuable featre
    of er serviefm to er eubsribers and
    to thm puble generally., i er earme-
    tieM with the eAtNsive le" dietancme
    UlN eof the Amerclan Tkelphg e and
    Telegraph Company and th ether w
    seaated Sell Telephenei empanie.
    We own theueaads of mile of long
    distanuo Ilin In the sevn states In
    whih we operate and in addition can
    :onnest any telephone in our system
    with line extending to any other city
    la which a ell Telephee system is
    *rated.
    ThIes leua dlsscasm od ar ef the
    met modern and improved eew truo.
    tion and are mlantalned at high
    tate of e flciek y. The eoll eytems,


    operating in varSus eestles e of
    entry, are iilferm l their eq-ip
    meet and I their methelds eof epw
    2ting.
    Only by seaso f teio el*e trrel
    arrangement ibtween the Bell Toe-
    phene companies l it pesible to go to
    a Sell Telephone almet anywhere
    ask for Leg Distance" and be put In
    communication with alimot any pelan
    in the country.
    This vast network ef wires, radis
    inl throughout the nati, is Med
    daily in commerce and for aselal peo
    poss by the banker, the farmer ad
    citiena In all walks of life and er
    plant here *s an important link la ths
    great shaI


    Southern Bell Telephone


    and Telegraph Company

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    NEW 0000S0...

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    EVERY The Best He Can
    Buy for the Price

    MAN


    WANTS ""iaasa:


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    THilE IAILY nUN: 0AINEsRVILLE. PLORII),. .J'NE 23 1 ,!'


    GAINESVILLE,
    --THE--


    University City.


    Oalnel i!l ; .:.c *d.'dd 'o he the
    most e ntt'; r:-,... i- well as the nim(*t
    keaiulii ., .. ,, i e iterior of Flor
    Ida. It .i :s t. l J the very celntr
    of the Sttte.'l.J.I v .my between the At-
    latic and Gulf C '.A-ti. isrrounded by
    lands of huch fe-rtniat as to be capable
    of producing a ioauit tariety of crops.
    Ia the heart I tihe truck-lruoaig.
    p ophate and na\al stores beit She
    the best educational advantages
    Ia the State. sIm"I churches, with
    edifces w hici ame superior to any
    town of Its i>a l tia Florida. ithl ls ia
    and con-aitent c',l climate nluh t ii al:t be excell,.d fur
    health and pila.-Lr r. All these naltorm'
    advantages. colpu .il-ld with a progr.' s
    lve aid en*-ta' ,-i co.- NVupOuii.
    eltienrhip. asi- pi;r.r to wake a '.-.
    city.
    There arci mnnry ntiatral ittr*"*Il"
    ia close piuxiniit) to the city. some of
    which are Alachua Sink. i al'au a
    Prlarle. the Devil's Mill Hopper, War
    frm a Cave. and Lake Newnan. all of
    which are reached by private convey-
    8pring Park Stock Farm. the largest
    md anest live stock farm In the State,
    Is only eight miles west of the city
    aid is reached by a good hard road,
    atordlng a most pleasant drive.
    The farmers of Alachua county, of
    which Gainesville is the county seat.
    "live t home and board at the same
    ."T The temperature is very unl-
    s scarcely ever reaching the anue-
    tie tI summer or the twenUe inu
    winter. The population of Ga inesvlle
    la aboct eight unotlad. representi:rg
    early ever nationality on the face
    of the earth, and strangers always
    Meet with a hearty welcome.
    The University of Florida for young
    men and the National Arlicultural Ex-
    periment Staton-are located within
    the corporate umits of the city. In
    fact. Galnesville has so many things
    that we wust he pardoned It we omit
    a few of them in the following eaumer-
    Wton o : what
    Gaineeville HN1:
    One artist
    No saloons.
    One garage.
    FPor hotels.
    Four banks
    Four daitr...
    One foundr-
    Water works.
    Ten churches.
    One gi's plaot.
    Two tin shops.
    Three bakeries.
    Ten phyhicia -..
    Six fruit stores.
    Two guncsmiths.
    Six restaurants.
    One ee,-d store.
    Hoard of Tralde
    81i drug stores.
    Four shoe shops.
    State Univers.ity.
    labontic Temple.
    Twenty lawyers.
    Two pti i, Bholis.
    Four contractors.
    One bicycle shop
    Ba-eball dtaniond.
    Two let' factories
    Six music schools.
    One variety store.
    One pub'c library.
    Two agon worke.
    Two planing nills.
    Two racket stores.
    I1 wo limlal'r yards.
    Oue marble works
    Three ,lvlrsmitha. I
    Three wood yards.
    Five d uital rooms,
    One express office.
    Free mail delivery.
    Four beef markets.
    Eight harbor bshops.
    Two public schools.
    Two music houses.
    A telephone system.
    Two haberdasheries.
    Two abstract omces.
    Four pressing clubs.
    Two machine shops.
    Two bottling work.
    Blx boarding houses.
    One Catholic church.
    A military company.
    Three j .Wlry stores.
    One phosphate office.
    One Chinese laundry.
    One Chrlstian church.
    Two steam laundriea.
    'Two Adlent churches.
    One daily newspaper.


    Tao hardware stores.
    One fnIvalJ physiclan.
    riftect mrcwery ittores.
    Five IHaptimt churches.
    Three furniture stores.
    One c(All 'I. v I .Irt.
    One a c i n,* i **r.
    St- %ei, dr ea .t'eres.
    Thr.. ( co.2 d in.k -lazwd"
    TIr.( h it- 1. 4 1 ,go, I lAn' .
    Thr a. i- i 1 -it aime.
    VA I ,.; *-, i rch'es.
    011V (b he:ne al caborst(Ry.

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    f)n'.' l ir '. r its r ~let rc

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    TI, t -' e i c
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    . at)1-iofh,teigrolh gnrrios
    ,r*o () 1u0lg u .ct-,rt- shows.
    rlerida Winpter ChautaQUgs.
    n l i-eekly !weleWpf
    live lie IawmerSmapes"


    OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.


    State OfficTes:
    Governor A W. G Ichrlst.
    a-, t
    b retry of St.ite-- Clay
    rfod Tallah:i- ee-
    (')nltrollk r-A. C Croom.
    hR- a-..'


    TaHa

    Craw.

    Taltla


    Irt.vii,-t--W. V. Knoi,t Tallahas
    sete
    A'Vor',y GE.neral-Park- M. Train
    m,.ll. Tal Ia::a --,, .
    Commin,-itirer iof Agriculture-n E
    Mlcl.il. Tal.ahba*.e
    Supt. of Public Instruction-\Wm. M.
    Hollowa, Tallahare,
    Prveidlent of the Senate-F M. lud
    son, .iamin.

    County Officers:
    Clerk and Auditor-S. IH. Wlenges.
    Gainess ille.
    Supt. Public lustruction-Dr. L
    Kelley. Gain.'eville.
    Sheriff- P. G. Ramsey, Gslnes illle.
    County Judge-H. U. Mason. Gaines-
    villo.
    Tax Assssor-W. W. Colson, GalOin
    Ville
    Tax Collector-W. D. Dicklnac
    Gainesville
    Treaaurer-J. D. Matheson, OGlaaw-
    rllle
    Bupervisor RegistratlUo-J. C. Me
    Grew. (;aiusta ile.
    County Commissioners-John 0
    Dampier. Chairman, Hague; J. F.
    rownsend. Campville; J. W. May.
    Archer; Chas. W. Summers. Trenton;
    O. P. Cannon. Gainesvllle.
    Members School Board -R. B.
    Weeks, Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
    Moody. LaCrosse; 0. W. MUler.
    Trenfon.
    Stato Senator-H. H. MeCrar
    GaiOnevllle.
    Members House-Syd L. Carter.
    Oalnesville; T. A. Duke, Santa Pe.

    City Ofcers:
    Mayor-Horato Davis.
    Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
    Tax Assessor-W. M. Bradford.
    Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis, r.
    Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell
    City Attoriny-R. E. lavia.
    Board of Aldermen--G. K. Broome.
    President, S. J. Iluriett, II. L. Phifer
    H. S. Graves. C. A. Colcl-ugh. W. T
    Pound. J. A. Goodwin.
    Board of Public Works-Il. E. Tay-
    lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. secre-
    tary; H. F. Dutton, E. J. Baird, J. H.
    Vidal.

    FrIrt-clasi tireerage system.
    Two fertilizer manufactcrles.
    Five fire insurance agencies.
    Two livery and feed stables.
    One crate and basket factory.
    Ot.* E:ka' Club reading room.
    Hardwood Mlanufacturng Plant.
    Agricultural Experiment Station.
    Florida Winter Bible Conference.
    Five drenlmaklng establishmrents.
    National Odd Fellows' Sanitarium.
    Three undertaking stablishmpnts.
    Two of be best hotels in the In-
    terlor
    Two whnlc-ile grain and foed
    stores.
    Two wholesIale grocery establish
    ments
    W\at,'r "that has made Galuealllh
    famous "
    The finest olwra h'iuse in the State
    outside of Jack:. --* i',le
    A Government bulldlii tsotn to ti
    reactedd to ;~ t heu compi, t'
    l:,o.P.0.
    t arpenters, lua->ns plasterer-
    painters, printers. ni.ahi.ilts and la
    boring men galore
    More mile- of raved Itreets and
    cranolit.'lc lrI' -walk" than any otl,'.r
    towli In the list-riir of the State
    An 45.w5o0 court house built of brick
    and stone-a beautiful htructure- and
    the laIns. flower tbd shrubbery.
    Con !ed~lr;ite monument. etc siurroutnd-
    Ina it. make It a moat attracted pitc
    ture


    fo ehUtrede. 5l6. sr. re '.***de



    We Ask You

    to take Cardul. for your female
    troubles. because vs are sore
    vti help you. R rmmber that
    ths great Semase remedy-


    h.a brought relief to thousands of
    oUcr -ick omn, so why noc to
    you For headache. backache.
    p cal pair. female we.k-
    neA. many have said it it "ts
    bet medicine to take." Try itI
    Sold la ThI Cty n


    DIAMO


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    Total Cash Value, $1,000.00



    To Be Given Away by the Merchatk ad The


    Sun to Citizens of Alachua Corty!





    Each Section Gets Prizes!

    Contest to Cle August 18, 1909
    III -
    Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business bous
    have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pinna and One
    Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. Thee
    progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
    In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there
    to will be given each of those tieing.
    TIE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pianos
    for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prizes as follows: To
    the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the capital prizs
    in the said districts. one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemable in
    cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, Dayton
    or John Church Pianos. In addition to this they will give a certificate oodfor
    $25 to all other contestants in the race, and will make special arrangements with any-
    one to take care of their pap'r on all purchase of instruments at the cash pri.

    K Gl Will embrace the city and suburbs and be con-
    Te Uai s C n fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
    The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RINO.

    Eastern ajd Soutern S i* Will comprise territory from Fair-
    !aanks all pnintt east and from Ro-
    chelle all points south--Waldo, Hawthorn, ld..ld (;ronve C'npville, Micaoopy,
    Lake View, Tacoma and all points along lin-l of T. & J. Rv. ONE PIANO.

    Western ad Harthe Sce Will comprise all stations from
    Western and Kortern Sect 'ague to Higlh prings, Trenton,
    Wannee, Wilcox, Bell, Newl-rry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered
    by this area. ONE PIANO.


    How and Where to Get wm VtMes I of
    Ballot moxM wllu he od tlo the stblh-.
    meats of th merchants giving votes ad at T
    V t mm olfee. Vot sent by "all mut be direwte
    _ I to te VotU Comtest Departmet of The m.
    Votes UaStl.


    The following merchants will give one v,,t
    tor every cent paid iato their establishmentsa or
    goods which they handle:
    Gainesville Furniture Company, Furniture.
    Phifer & Morris CO., Clothing and Furnishings.
    Gaineeville Hardware Co.., Plumbing and Hardware.
    Mrs. F. T. McCormick. Millinery.
    W. M. Johnson, Druga and Medicines.
    L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry.
    Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goode and Notions.
    Saunder*s Earle, Groceries and Feod Stuffs.
    City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
    P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats.
    Crawford A Davis, Livery and Sale Stables.
    The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
    The Brown House, Meals and Lodging.
    N. Francisco, Banana Houe, Fruts, Etc.
    Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
    Standard Fertil.zer Co., Fertiliaers.


    Rules and Regulatis
    1. The contet Is open to aylae HviLg I
    Alachua county who t kL owa by the eSadeeer
    of the contest or vouched for by am e reputable
    person, to the well kovw.
    2. No employee, attache or relative of the pro
    prkitors of the abovenamed br are eligtbe to
    participate In this coateest ad will partDlpate It
    so manner.
    I. In the event of a m-- ertaadian betweim
    candidates or others Intereted la this contest.
    Such controversy may be referred to the ae-
    ductors of contest, who alone are the pers
    qualified to render decision.
    4. In the event a candidate deades to w1h
    draw from the race. such candidate will t be
    allowed to transfer votes to the credit da oter
    Candidate la the contest


    THE DAILY STV7
    (id %ab.rli ers Noeww bufaertbeb
    $1.25-Three months' subscription ............ ... ... 500 vota 700 vote
    $2.50-Six months' subscription....................... 1,00 votes 1,500 votes
    $5.00-One year's subscription ......................... 3,500 votes 4,500 votes
    For a club of five one.year subscriptions ( )...30,000 votes 35,000 votes
    For a club of ten six.months' subscriptions (;,.;. a", ) .30,000 votes 35,000 votes
    '], ite- i nlo l ilt i() tlio u iniler of! clil .alic.i (',lit-,-t.it ltiMAy cure.

    THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
    $1.00--One year's ubscription ............5 00 voes
    For a club of five one.year subscriptious ....... ................. 5,000 vote
    For a club of 25 oue-year sublcripioun ... ...................... .35,000 vots
    TI'i're' i,- Ilo linli ti tio lti' I ilnl 'r of u'IU tJM t1'a lI Coiti'-f:lit Ilay rtcuilrto.

    So01citing votes by candidates or friends within the stores
    distributlia votes is undesired by the prprieters
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    tM M-- 1bi aat ly proapt and
    S Sfeht a s- way di dm rehble
    tom g W anles.


    hiwets Hamt
    Ata aenit ml to by a of tOwprp-
    Vty pe s twMeela ol puharbinaw.
    M ing a etmpetekst of records
    sad beig ty xpert l ah-
    el- 8or ma ahbolubsy certain
    7a 7 rMa* e -- abstraMt and
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    m r1nanll ar bams Jut arrive.
    sim e & braMark.
    e aft ma wdrel-very U.
    a1d0 a & r Ie.
    0CnMa l Oabe strictly white em
    mai Lt. r a meal.
    Min No1l Iadwig of Tioga is vit.
    ins Med In the city for a few
    dao.
    .L IL Week, m ber of the county
    dmeo beard, s a viettor to thes
    shy -OtmAu.
    Mra. Chs. W. de Martine ad wife
    we new pleasstly located at Mrs.
    hWy'. 4W .a Omrs trtL.
    Ge R. IL 1 rprmesting the Vir-
    rCbmical Compay.
    l ft ystrdayor the LA-sburg ee-
    tia.
    MNm. C. A. Colclogh. who has been
    pemadig the past few days at'At-
    Htta Beach, has returned to her
    hme n t tis city.
    ALtlo Is directed to the new d-
    vretIuemt a the Alachua County
    Abstmt Company which appears eIe-
    where in this Jese.
    OCL A. Trasher left yterday
    Ir Atlnta. C He expects to be
    a--Met f the aext veral days as
    imptat businesslm matters.
    W. M. Bsch of Tacoma. one of the
    Ireulve cttaees of that place and
    ana mauteus le tractr there.
    as a visitor to Oale-sville yeWter
    dar.
    Miss M e PeUt. an attractive
    yeas lady of Wado. has returned to
    h r ame after havit spot the pat
    rw d ays In Galaesle voting

    Chilerbislaos stomach and Liver
    Tabets wl brace up the aervee, ban-
    ah slek headache, prevent despond-
    SNe and Iaigerate the whole system.
    iold by all drugsts.
    Could Laeulus visit our city be
    cold not be persuaded to stop at a
    boarding house. but he would put up
    at the Brown House-the hotel that
    made Gainesville famous.
    Miss Eloise Vdal. bho has beeu the
    attractive guest of Mixs Glad)> Uurke
    of this city. will lea t on Wednetday
    for her home iu Gainesvlle. to the
    re t of her many friends.-Jacksou-
    tlle Metropulls.
    Capt. B. W FPntane of Micanopy
    was a visitor to the city yesterday.
    He was among the large numb-r of
    scwssful planters the past season.
    &ad as a coni.queuce Is feeling hali,)
    over his returns
    roley's honey and Tar is eisptciall>
    recommended for chronic throat and
    hag troubles and many as.ffL~rs Zrou,
    bruacliti,, asthma and consume. t.i.o
    ave lound comfort and relief, by us-
    a oley's Honey aad Tar. J. W. Mc-
    Cotianm Co.


    S.i, Gf 3,r Latest Arrivals


    A 00KILUMT LO OF UMBRELLA CANOPIES

    A FULL L OF H ARNESS

    A BlAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF LAP ROBES

    A nW TASTY RUNABOUTS

    ----V-h in ed d anything in our line call on us. --


    Crawford & Davis
    emelmbi, We Give Vote for the R ng and Piano Coutest


    r. H. Powers III.
    Col. r. a Harris. editor of The
    Orala Dally Ifrner. passed through
    the city yesterday en route to South
    Carolina He will h. absent there for
    the next few da s on account of the
    erlous illness of his Pon In hw. Ir.
    W. H. Powers. a ho went there sonme
    time since In the hopes that the
    change would prove beneficial

    Many -eanett Very III.
    am Benaett of Tampa. who hap
    been visittag relatives in the city for
    the past few da),. received a tele-
    phone message last nirht that his
    brother. Maxey. was very ill and not
    expected to live. Mr. Bennett h ft at
    owce on the A. C. L for Tampa, where
    it is to be hoped he will find his
    brother improved.

    Gene to the ng.
    Mrs. W. O. Tison and daughter.
    Miss Martha. left yesterday for a
    visit of a few days to Worthington
    Springs. In the hope that the change
    will prove beneclal to the former.
    They were aseompanled by J. Masuo
    Ttooa of Ocala. who came up to pay
    a short visit to his parents.

    Archer le Grewing.
    A. D. Chamblta. uatice of the peace
    for the Archer district, was a visitor
    to the city yesterday. He is also
    the enterprialag druggist of that place
    ad state that the city is now on
    the move. mach Improvement betin
    aotieable among the residence sec-
    Uota.

    W. D. Blake left ye rday to a.end
    a few days at Worthington 8prangR.
    P. B. Godfrey. cashier of the lank
    of Alacha, was a vsaltor to Gaine-
    ville yesterday.
    Mrs. P. P. Jordan of Lake C ty is
    here to attend the wedding of Mls.
    Myrtle FennelL which w:ll be su'ei.an-
    laed at the Methodist church t'sv.
    Mr. aad Mrs. H. L Rosenberger of
    Tacoma were in the city yesterday
    on a shopping expedition. They were
    accompanied by their daughter. Miss
    Bertha.
    Mrs. Lee Miller of Jacksonville is
    na the city. the guest of the family of
    L W. Pennell. bSe will remain until
    after the wedding ceremony of their
    daught.or. lss Myrtle, today.
    Frank Clark. Jr.. of Onlnesville. is
    la Jacksomville today and leaves for
    his home tolmsht. Mr. Clark has just
    graduated from the Unlversity of
    Georgla.-Jacksoaville Metropolis.
    Mrny of our ltlseas are drafting
    towards Bright's disease by neglect-
    lag symptoms of kidney and bladder
    trouble which Poley's Kidney Rem-
    edy will quickly cure. J. W. McCol-
    lum & Co.
    Mrs. P. H. House and daughter.
    Miss Lula. accompanied by Mist
    Blanche Putch of Lake City, who hayve
    been the guests of Mrr N. E Cartec
    for the past few da)., returned to
    their home yesterday.
    Chamberlain's Cough Remn dy id
    sold on a guarantee that If you are
    not satisfied after us'*n two-thirds of
    a bottle according to lrectionsua. your
    money will be refunded. It it up to
    )ou to try. Sold by all drugglita.
    lDr II. I, Mlotgtonlery antd 0 .
    Feaalter. tlo of the reIrt..tallttlll
    ( ltiraes of Ml canoji wc rFt he rc e
    t.rday, hbathIg couUe up for the |Iur
    pose of a tlem.nng the ball ganniae b
    tween the ('ord,.-l anld Oak IIall club.-
    Capt W P Shfttleworth of tl in
    ,.ton1. ulae of the lar-st mIailulo aInd
    caitaloula' groawert of that I'art oft
    Florida. ass a r Lit.or to tl- t' e
    et'(terday He st.lat. that the dro
    awatthe'r hal caused tlih- 1i loit 'rol
    to b' rmuall


    To aulid eriuus results take
    Fole-)' Kidney Remedy at the flrlt
    sitn of kidney or bladder disorder
    sP.u au backache. urlliary trregulari
    tie., exhaurltin,. and you ill soon IM
    wtell. ('ouliutrnce taknllg Fol'o,' Kid
    urey ieultdy today. J. W'. McColluti
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    A Remartkae Memory.
    Mr. W. P. Shettleworth of Evinstou
    sent us a few days ago the roster of
    the Marion Dragoons. one of the conm-
    pa nes made up in this county. and
    which enlisted early in the Civil War.
    This company served throughout the
    struggle in thib State. participating nl
    most of the Florida battles. The conm-
    pany was mustered out one hundred
    stroae. Mr. 8bettleworth ends us
    the name of every member of the
    company, and says that be an de-
    scribe the color of every horse In the
    company aad the position each oue
    occuped whe In tine. and the pos-
    sble age of each horse.
    Mr. Macaalay gives some remark-
    able lnstancei. of good memories of
    certain blhtorical characters, but we
    do not believe that he Instances any
    more remarkable than that possessed
    by Mr. Shettleworth.-Ocala Banner.

    JM *O MFifty la Danger.
    Men past middle life have found
    comfort and relief in Foley's Kidney
    Remedy, especially for enlarged pros-
    rate gland, which as very common
    among elderly men. I.. E. Morris.
    Dexter. Ky.. writes: "I'p to a year
    Ago my father suffered from kidney
    .Wud Li.sdtcr truubkl and we\ural physl-
    . ian ironouncd It en:largmet-nt of
    the prostate gland and advised an
    operation On account of his age
    we were afraid he could not stand
    It and I recommended Foley's Kidney
    Remedy, and the first bottle relieved
    him. and after taking the second bot-
    tie he was no longer troubled with
    this complaint J. W. McCollum &
    Co.
    Will Wed Toeay.
    Mr. H. R. Wilburn and Miss Bessie
    Kelley will be united In the holy
    bonds of wedlock at the First Baptist
    church this morning at 7:30 o'clock.
    Rev. 8. 11. Rogers performing the
    ceremony. The church has been
    beautifully decorated for the occasion.
    In ing trirndst havinLg spent the greater
    loart of the day thert. yesterday. All
    friends are cordially in'%ited.

    Wedding of Mss Fennell.
    The we-dding of Mil-. M)rtle uFennell
    to )r. (;t'orge 8. Waldo aill occur
    Ihi utt.rm nxnt at o'clock at theI
    Firm Methodist church itn thi city
    All I < lath. ou t t li {fa ln.1 a are (c rd.tl-
    , Ii\ tit'd to Ln (irt btc i

    Act Quickly
    and you will save your-elf a lot of
    ,ufft.ring and trouble If you hace a
    sudden chill-or take cold if you
    have collc. cramp or diarrhoea, don't
    alt a minutl. Take at once a tea-
    .IoonMful of Ptrry I ali' Painkiller iq
    a half a glass of hot water or milk
    You'll lte safe and on the right road
    to quick recovery. Then you'lll ecalmw
    serious illness. lut you ought to have
    Ihil tried aud pfu\%tn re'nlud) on hand
    for linniediate u.' Itllng rprelared
    Is half the battle when there's pain to
    subdue. New sle bottles 35c.. also iu
    (4.4eut siles.

    U It's printed stationery you want.
    rte Sua ofic is the place to et It


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    WANTED-HELP.

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

    POR SALE

    FOR BALK- typewriter ribbons, both
    copy and record. 75 cents each.
    aun office.

    FOR SALE-New six-room two-story
    house within two block of square.
    Apply 407 W. Masonic street.

    FOR RINT.

    FOR RENT Lowe r Iart of residence.
    Apply Teletrarh Omce..
    FOR RENT--Ote six-room and two
    fiveroom cottages in South Gaine-
    vlle. Apply to Coffin Factory office

    FOR RENT--Pasture suitable to- *
    three head cattle with plenty of
    good water. Terms $1 Ier month.
    H. M. Heckard.

    FOR RENT-New 6-room cottage, all
    modern conveniences; 20 E. Court
    S '- t. Ap; lyv A. Iadbetter. Jes-
    I rench I .-::o : re.

    FOR RENT- iPve-room cottage on
    block next to square; city water,
    electric lights, bath room and all
    modern conveniences. Apply at this
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    The Sun ofee for calling cars.


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    Resources .................. 750 .,

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    ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO U. WILL RE-
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