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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 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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: VID01707
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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, NO. 118 GAINESVILLE. FLOBIDA. THIU BSlAY. JI'F 24, 1909 TEN CKNTS A WEEK


TESTIMONY


AGAINST


tlie- iKit Selanrs was kill. I Six or | a
e,.,,! s,.e-ks after the -kilzeg., sid
lthin a feW ft.t (,of the .l',,t she-r' .ISUMi ER NORMAl


S ei.dr. an! .-holt. he lia l a ionter


KELLEY AND DAVIDSON11 te
n(I 'i,i. t (, 0 i"t. lhe l i K i c l:rait' ul
r li r igun. and requi t-i-d him to
-WA^-^^ I-A Aaga T *HsltAA^Ade re *11;( l.t' shun Ille he rolled a ciga-
Witeses Give Da&3 Te is ey- eeMass '1 "i!'.. ..+.has ... "

ItrIc EviMe to Cot vert Sl Ieat that gun. Aint i. a
| To ahich wltneis relplld that is
(By Jesse E. Brt.) onlsed him as one he believed to be looked like a good one.
PALATKA. June 23.-The second one Mcllvaine. '.You are right. Its a good one:"
On cros-examlatlmo witness stat- said Kelley. "This Is the sun that
day of the special term of the cr- ed that se testlled before the r- .ad Kellre Th te un
put those holes in there (itointlng to
cult court of the Eighth Judicial Cir- near's jury. also at the habeas coepus the. perforatloas caused by the con
cult, at which is being tried the case proceedings, but did not tell all he tents of the gun which killed eiarsI
of the State vs. James Kelley and D. ki.ew. and I am the who pulled
When shot which struck Sellars wasa m -
M. Davidson. charged with the mur- When sotwhichstruck 8ellarswasthe trigger."
fred witness observed 8mith with un. Witness stated that be cautioed
der of W. C. cellars, niht watchman and heard Davidson remark: "For Kelley about speaking so freely of
of the Atlantic Coast Line shops at God's sake don't shoot me." Smith th., a.ai
High Springs, in August, 1906, was and Davidson were then in the wait- Witness stated that shortly after
called to order at :30o o'clock Tues- ing room. the session of the grand jury in
day morning. Judge J. T. Wills pre- Asked If Special Agent Bryan of G;.iiietIl:,. I~avidson called him to
siding. the Atlantic Coast Line had ever ap- one side In High Sjlringm and told
er urkhrt a State witness who proached him in regard to this case, him he had heard that he and Pret.
Peter Burkhart. a tate witne wo witness replied that Bryan had asked Hurhart had testified btwft,re the jury
was on the stand at the hour of ad-
journment Monday. was recalled, and him to testify. against him. West replied that he did
wa subjected to a rigid crosa-exanil -. aulters resides at Rochelle. tnot Knlow anything about llurkhart'a
nation by the' deirfense.'as in High Spriigs at transfer shed testimony. but that he hld said noth-
J M. Smith. the first witness li the night Sellars was killed and heard ing against him. IDavidiou told sit.
the trial, was recalled b the de- two shots. He proceeded toward the neas that if he did testify against him
fens, and was questioned regarding shops, and on the way two men pass- nd deplrie' hin of his llb.rty he
the description of the two in.iahom ed within a few steps of him. whom ,uld nIt live- in High Springs.
he recognized coming down the rock he recognized ar. Mcllvalne and Kel- A ros- ,,... L,.;ed to de
d^ .. i.....* rla. in. .. t i.a r f ...l- ley. Thyy Stre attired In what ap- hro, a uilthlin additional. except that


roa* JUsii pior to Iat ina; t- ,ro I e g
lars. Witness stated that he d p iared to bet rubber coats, and Kel-
scribed the men Iwfore' tihe coroner' i ley had a gun. Afterwards he saw
jury. Asked by the State why he did IKelley and Mcllvaine approach atvid
not testify before the coroner's jury non's place, when Kelley tasted the
that the men he saw resembled Kel- gun in the window.
ley and Mellvaine. Davidson'a meat On cross-examination witness stat
cutter, witness replied tat he was ed that he had never testified in this
"one against many," and that he was ctase before.
afraid he would be shot. He declared Witinetb aid that he and D. M.
he had at one time prior to the shoot- l)viBIon wcre not on unfriendly
Ing of Kelley been shot at in High ter'ns, but admitted that he and
Springs. Witness referred to frequent Davldson'sa on had some trouble, and
S,efts of merchandise, principally be did not like young Datidbon. The
hiskey. which was stolen from cars defense' Ibrought out the fact that the
: High Springs ahile he was enm- trouble arosea oter an account the.
',nced there. witness owed Davidson. This witness
G. H. Knight was In High Springs. al als'o )ubjecte'd to a e-vtr.re cross-
id was seated on platform of pas- .xandllation. being required by the-
nger station at the time Sellars waas lid of a sketch of the surroundlng.,
iot Just prior to the- hmotlltim h.- to indicate the point where the two
iu la ld-oti. J. M. Smith and St-I it.-l ""l 1-aI~ 'd by h'in. atndc hi mor\e
I sItanding togethe-r on the freight 'letet. frrnm thai point to Ila\idsoln'<
;arehouse plaltf(orm. I hscrit i, ulentH'st f of thel. IIeI. but did I(nI ot s Ipatccd Ii at the window.
i oticer aithingl unusual. As the lit. Vitut'.-'. a.s as ke-d if li had e-'\er
.s fired the trio Ih I 1 Ift tl;h (... i~- ut i ti let l of an t crint ., to
t rin ;a d I -tar t d I, '' : h I ii l i hi i, i d it li t e li d et Le-
,. wa, i fti 'T S 'it e-'cond ani d (cliln i(tt l itof ls llnii,; ltiu:r ill ( u.or
hIarI inl the l .ir hllt.id I d iil.ti. i izAa.
S VitYou ".- ('lconie iit>l the' waltl 'itnteli. head known Ke-llh' three* or
Sr nmi. and if thi-re i tn lxmxly try- four t ioiiiltht .Mt-llvaiiii alxb ut four
i t to ro h tIlth .-c c;ar- w~ill catch w .,:,
I i'ni Alinl that iltri. lit IdJnoii i1 I). S. d1;c- of .lJacki-cm ellt'. anll .nl
r isead his le-ft hand. pointi ng toward iti he-r, as iiiloyed by i the Atlantic
the track. an d siiiulltaniioual. a gul ('oast line ilt Auguet. I!9. lit-e an c
\as nfire-d from ihilind a nlat car arud in lliKh Splrings tlhe Inight LSellarcs was
.ellars fell Another shiit wax tired -hot.
A few. Mse-'cetdi after the firrt report Shortl. after Io o'cdluck, while on
. itnlet. ran ll t', th,- colored salting hIs M i) fitiml down towni t(I tl. d.
room, be-ar.I a inunitwr of shots after pot. he. heard a shot. but paid no
u Jrd In ilc lnlt) of depI ot Iarticular itletli i t i toi it I'jni ar-
On crop-?.-t-' anitl,t.ol, in ltnelt-s htat r% ihg at like' ci' pot itie-.-. ,aI l a
d that he te(atillel tlfore- the -.cor eie Ldko. i'e.t- lurkhart and one or
1ier's jury; that he thought this tleti two other lIalidoni alproairched
wion1y wa% taken down in writing. but him.. a,-kiilx lhi if hle ll r .en ally.
be did not sign the saunie W%'itness one downti the track \'tinltnca r-epllied
(dd iot) tell all Ie LIk Iw. I, -cur au- he that lite isa a manii a HJouI 1wine1 cart'.
vai af raid to do II' did ltelstif t wheftr ton I ip si that a fe-w Iicln,- iits artl r ti. shoet t hat te lalil a .1 vclal axe-lt ofe
which killed Sellar w e- fin l '1, \ !hi A (' I. en.i from Taml,a to
Itoland tcar i Irctmi i itn l te c.t t I ak br ik up al. aliii h a l ttlit if hl e r*-.
froetic t hi t'I t h -ool ;alt firI. <1 K I i. rrii i lo S.e llat i did hiot K. I olt it


anid ad a iAi-tl ,let k 'l"*i I 1 ,*' Iin.fl l it it' ,-
)I I S.U- 'ti S ti i' .1.1 'i I
\ .i inc l e 1 t, lia I.leitl I.. i .I'1 r I 1 '
tlie Ali.iaw '-.e'-t I. .< o.. n< h **
I'"'* ii, ,.t I .l~e |il, a .l ,I .I ll.i
% lie wa. l o.l int d II I tl ifln ,I. ,'r- Se I
L1. 9tlln l on 1 k !n I lot I b.ltfor .
\ illie'- Pl- t il I ll.i i1 ai s sa .1
lisi li |i :, is e li, tu '. milIIg ruhit rl 'o.ii
.ijld 41, -t r il., 1. Ih I .Au hIll I b .la-
lprior t thit' sthioting ANt* r tIh
a.heii 'l'IIK I-c % al m I u titK111114 1 %% fe.uvir
pi- t Ih -.Iali IIll s thoI l ili III h lie 1
4( ii) of the TIro Hot itt aI roe. thl
.,tree- flom the depot Hie has the-
S... .;: tI.- f ltoIsl 5 daY and re-c


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thi %ithebb held a position as sectiou
ft rte ia..
J. L Shaw is a deputy sheriff resid
ing In Baker county. Was night
officer at High Springs shortly after
the killing of Sellars. Kelley. J. M.
Grainger and witness were standing
in the %icinit) of where Sellars felL
Kell'y appeared to be angered at the
yard foreman, and reutlked: "I hate
three on my string now holding up
three fingers). and if that -----
A -- _. _2 2-1


WILL


OPEN ON NEXT MONDAY


Indictsu Are Tht tth Temn WI h L y It

terl by Teac daly.


The Bumner Normal opens Is this
city on Monday. and judging from the
large number of letters and inqulrkie
now being received it will be well
attended.
At the lat session of the Legisl-
ture no appropriatica was made for
defraying part of the expense of rail-
road fare to the teachers, and this.
it was thought, would Interfere with
the attendance to some extent, but
this doubt has already been removed.
The sessions for this term will be
held in the High School auditorium,
and being located right in the city
will be more accessible.
Furthermore. the carpenters and
painters now have everything torn up
and scattered so much at the t'nlver-
sity building tha t t would be Im-
'possible to hold the sesslos at that

A strong faculty has hw secured
to Instruct the school for this term
and the Interest that is usually maua-
fested In this work will bring much
good results. The faculty:
A. A. Murphree. Preosdet Utnlver-


w _


this case. 'pon being asked by em-
cil for defense from.wbom he expect-
ed the $. per day. witness replied.
'from Mr. Bryan."
The Sate tow.
At the rouclueaon of the examna-
tion of this witness Attorney River
announced that the State would ret.


yard master don t let me alone Ill Court took a recess of an bour la
make it four." order for attorneys for defense to coa-
letneas stated that upon one oc- fee, and was called to order again at
casion Kelley told him that be killed I 14 I,. ti
-t liar .J. H. Fields was recalled. Witness
Nothing of importance developed was asked if he knew Miss David-
upon cross-examination of this wit- son, to which he replked that he did.
i.. --.Denied that he was with her for an
At 12:30 court adjourned until 2 hour tbfore- the hot'hiIn of Sellars.
o'clock. II.. TLhonmae 4as the irat witneua
Afternoon Sesion. fr de fetie Knew James Kelley;
The court was called to order at "' liltg i ligh l8rilng at the
Ill. time Siellars was shot and at the time
J I. Shaw. dlepul. h riff of I': th'- guln sa- fnredl het wa with Kelley
ker couint1. who wia oni tihe, t te i 'it a table ili the( restaurant -ating a
luu dchh aSome one ruthid iti and said
,hAwe court adjourned at noion. wa11i'11
rec-all-d fio a hbiet i oi ..-sexa ti.oi ll. aids4,onl as shhot INl ids.on came
s it .lti i i a sWcolld later and remarked:
Th r .atW ian h. (Ga, a i. al"~~'I a. a uman han tIenu shot. let's go
Itrtii of lata h. ,Ga.. a sieeia and flnd out omeethuiig about it."
Infli( er il JiidKe V'ali ( r it e ei l u r t I .. M ltne's. Ila idemn. Kelley and oth-
l rl e wlet to cen'lf'r. sbhere he baw Sel-
Sar+.I tlh exception, n of ele-tI en If1se
.< ,t lis. ciUrihg t l.,i Li he Ive-d ite
I, il'. r | he d I On cross-exalinuatlon witness stat
I... kLouvllk..
i ,u-c w dc lld ,ed that he' was employed as a ma-
Sitn. kn, w dfidaut Keliy tchinblnlat In the A. C. L shops at the
Imthh In Hia\;llanalil awid Jackustolll.e
Sa; Ke-lley1 in .l;ickonltille in Seplter n

serkiing Ifr A. C .. at Jac-kson vill

-,..i l Ou t e llt.c I h I ~ .. i L h


pi) *,c Ia iaxej il ail i w % a.. j iar
rit\d i1 Iicigh Sl|riiigh for the. purlo,*-


of I rf 'kiigc up I te1
from the carh ast
1.atted that K II,


it,'.eilltu of whikeov
Iligh HSprings ie
tl. itt d the dluails


*It a tteiao-I-iiat %it, sit Seh44-arj- Pstatl''
that Kelle-% toold him luc itfire- the tie-ge
'A .ti Iikille 11 S@t11.11
Iluritil u ei t 1# 1 1Ll"Ic'i'tt' ti ii-"14.1%


I, toeelde liii.too etoo IP m te ii.- c41 t. tlie 4 neucte of a i' i -'%a ft11 in itv


sty of lorda, w lw elhm ; pfebStq,

W. L .rloyd prew 0of @omS
t'mlveralty of Flor M ; betam, n- o
physlcs
Tom P. Mes ath, Preua... Pe
gog. Ilsrialt tni ute nmd lCeb-s,
COmbus, Miss.; r lthiaot, aMrM
trlaoma0 ary.
L I. Himes. Prtatpe Palmta Ih
School; hetort. i h gamer.
lormda hior. laes geBaph.
P. W. COorr. Prlmpal --Sah Mf
Normal Iltlttt: ga; ll IrW .
orthography. readlu eImpai
H. A. Ferrell Prteulel Aie ele-
High School; general history.
cal geography. U. I. hetery. si
govenrsmet.
W. H. Rssell. Pritelel Jasper
Normal Ihututo;: Lat plne oem-
etery, solid gmetry.
It nIhsL PMolpl Oeellll
High School; U. &. history. botli Y.
physleal egegraphy., lridts ryv.

Primary Dpsutm ot the 0 gtbm
burg High Sebees; pmiy lb
drawlg. '


tame. Keoey WI asn d M8
work- g em "h0s gd ad
dark toess.. Yhage wOae a MbW
of people tihe raMm at a the
time theisAf Wes, 21L
Witm f-- fwt 4 wl t tow V t



was Ia High Sprei the lg Kt "
rn was killd. W asa Dk Ge-'
destaurat vwhe t he s wee r d,
and Kelley was also Ia th res a.
O croem..zammal wiems s.ea-
ed that his bJLne It 1a L arg,
that be held a paolem ba Weam
on the Coast Uls. --
Two or thr days after the ailing
when It was latimated that Kelley
was suspected. e rearke to KeIot
that be witness ) could mt We bhw
he (Kelley) could e -spectd, as
he would swear he was I the reta-
rant at the time the gum was Bred.
After gunr weme ired witaes wre
to the scene with crowd, where he
saw Sellars lAvlin dowa.
Mrs. Pannkl Smith knows Jame
Kelle, was in High Sprtags the
night Bellars was killed. She ad
her husband were* golI home from
the shops, and stopped at th rreta*
rant for a moment as Mr. SJtMh

(Coatinued on a Two.)



n Jail for


Murdering Her Husband


Ih1- etc y shannuu. a ingres.i of (,lent evidence, they believe. to con
iSAltachu has tbee-c jTrer td by lepic>t) I(ct tIhe woman upon the charge of
Shlc-riff Ilaue ian.d ,rt1 l.rftch le oie n killing her hus* ebad, and the )ouns
.1.h. .r Ja .u ----l---, L.CL. h.. .. t1 I c') asL at.cc*lMaries
h h.. .d-h re. cif .t i. k i d. il h.I hi. ...


II .... .. .. ti I I lll J Ii 11 ll 1 1 I4 Iiu
i.l 11t, I,1o 1 WitI ,-I thl.t rn,.lli'. I.I t.Il I i --ihg 111 ti l kt I ,k ll it Iill tII re, leintlltiH-wred thal this ol(
leticel at that pla. e ih ti' hIKh of ie l g t cf
-I)t .it hlli II la ltId-l"oiI I s' th ii 1.t i t o <1f i HII neI-gro uiali wai called to his door
i,- .tltl I> htil, .1 e-.ialtling \!.lr h to Sutlday teo niltng. about b o'clock.
-- ilr-. tl 4, or l. K I grndti fr \ lri. i ,I IhI -!, I tr- )Il Ahl'ich aU- li .ilnd lhot from aIihiush, and the ul,
;c ** .: r\lll.- o1I twi, eeou -InS11- .,I ,Idlra-a, It ktk inllt Itr llhair .. -i,1 iI et 1, I all il,.. 1-. e*-d e er) I.pe ed gulllty oie is ed Tbhe murdered
t :t 1 .eforr the. gr.ctieid J'r ice 5Stir *I I t- ,.@- ... ,-elA ro e., e If,,on 1 t,..tl tie I tri Ir t id Ild ligruro was a ieace-able. quiet citise .
afii ie all hee ki*w 0'1.1 a.n 1 it .llilhi I t s: l It. I i '. hl. tI -iA! stie j ..'. vl. i ',;lls I.art\ or parties of wlho atteiuded to his own affairs and
,,-Iial a'kid -,iilt.eii'i. ii ,eCI., I I.- ',ii r. Ka4rdlIlg l h. fe i I lit crld r tIul liethlngll Irait ao c'autoe# c (,uld btw aassig ed for s lh
-- e$ ite l at lhat lie aiit l1:- thl. killise 4 o{ S. ll a lit -u -Aliai e l pir I, thIe A C ( hI."auS" hle it' ,,. 1.,6.1 ,itlr.:il, .I. 'e-d II. r. .r I,, hie t iuil o,. used tIIe>) d aD lk-puty Sheriff ague belIeve hbe
ie I. ,-ilfl asal(st ludeldii. i1orted the uier.tIr I \tr litri an of i.eri ii et. i ,1iiiK a ter'lict accourd has secureed all the evidence that will
u4 >i1t or Ie-klo-- run ithe A (' I. for hois h.e wt work- iI twe needed for the. coavctlUo of tbh
I. w.as rel-itate'd by hI.- It it 1 t tit tI 1 It-pulitI. Ilicxu, and Marclouny eatrtiei but is still working upoa the
about onlr olilth algo \%\ii,.. 11 di11tti.1l lh-,a he ex.Lc-lsti haIve be, i quietly soraing oi the as c ,e which he says will aso Impll
\t'lt lknellw defeilda. i lil. I'o i !\. hi l'i..es ** lld I ( it cse fur thie past fe- Weeks. ate. monie' of the other megroe of
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Moid oak cm, woven wire
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MoAk tin. The hardware
is of the hviet, mkade of
bras and full nickel plated.
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The SOmugled Box.
A Jker hid ,'me fan with the cus-
ais of lila at New Tart aome year
af. A serant had noe ashore frnm.
a GOnerwn liner with a Ia'et and was
abat to leave the pier when a rpale-m
W wbltywrrd to n ratnr -* tr 'r**it
Sbed bettr e what the basket ron-
aleed. Frulowtla the tip. tht basket
bew was detailed. and a wooden
mOz was found aong a lot of called
re. Te bte eattalRaed another and
tib tm oather bW& the third serac -
y fateed "with re W. hben thew
wre removed a card was discowr1rsl
I wWch was written a three I !n
guea. ThbA is the Ist of April
Many happy retara of the day."
Pear Milk
Is hft- thought to be responsible
ar aa laht's lose ti weight or gea-
aoor healh. The cause auall)l
Is tIat the aDI ha wormas They
Wt the tourishmen d the food and
te baby ata-vra, actually tarves.
White's Cream VermlfuCt expels the
armi ad noarishes the child, sure
ad safe. Price cent. Sold by W.
M. Johanoa.
A Dipieomt.
Pomsble Client-And is the district
at all malarial? My husanad asked nmw
to be careful to Inquire ah-ut that
Agent-Br-wbat is your husband's
bmlies. madam? Possible Client-lie
Is a phyIdra. A get-Ha-a-well-
r-truth compels me to admit, madam.
tiat there has been a good deal of It
aht be of late yeasr.-Ufe.

Per nSAACAS- lek-W CAPUDINEL
Whether tm eos, beat tomacL
u' aerv troauas. OhudlA e will
fth you It -J _-'--lasat te
ake- f medlaely. Try It
so a"d ok at all dr 4 A
Cautiosa.
Ctoo' (*narily)-See here. yoo little
aip. d1l )ouu take that cake od tIhe
ihlf? Small Boy ( on of an atturneyi
-I e. line to answer any question
until I have conferred with my law-
Yer.--Chk-ao News.
Who is rkhb? lie who Is attisfie
witUb his t.-Talmud.

Mot disflgurlung kin 'rupltion.-
scrofula. piplles. rabbes. ete'. ar. dilu
to Imlure blood. Iturdock lIth~l Iltt
terms Is a (cl.-aliblnl blnuI ttoil,-
Makes you clear-c) rd. clear braiued
clkar kliaii d

Te want ada. do more real estate
bausiaes thaU all other brokers con
bIaed- la fact they "atart" most o'
thib hasi ae that brokers sd
480 0 00h


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(Coatlaued from Pafg On.)
wasted some eiars. Kelley was in
hoe rretaurant at the time After
they h it rte r' taurant and ha l Iine
a few step. the two bsots were flred.
She beard other shots. but was some
what excited aad did not know how
many. Witness went immediately
bore, going by the rock road.
There were several gntlelen In
the restaurant, t Kelley was the
only man she recogated, as Kelkey
bowed and spoke to her. Witness
stated that her husband lb 'eed. and
that she now resides us Oste*vllle.
She was not aware of Kelley's ar-
rest until she saw him In the Alacb-
us county jail. where she went with
some other ladle to visit oe prs-

Court adjourned until 8:0 o'clock
Wednesday mornlcg.
This case continue to attract a
great deal of Interet. and Is belin
stubbornly contested on both side by
as competent legal talent as can be
securedd In the State. Large crowds
are n attendaee at each session.
and the court rnm is almost Inade-
quate to accommindte them.


M0DER TMOGLODYTES.
Thea Matna-u fhe Caet DOaeDa eo
TualiAe. eAe.
One of the atrenigt of capital ltles
is that of the troeldyte, or Matia-
ta, the care dwellers of Tuunisl. At-
rtca. It contails about S&Ou lubabit
sata. and the prirclile of Its arrblter-
tare is to dig Into the earth rathwr
than to buid upou It. Tbhe troglu-
dytes are to be found between b t to*u
of Ga t. on the Tulsisnlelolst. nod
the and hills of the Sabara. The
country s a hblb. rocky plateau. bar-
re. uan baked d and swept by tibe l-
moom. W oen a Matmna w:ints n new
dweUing he chooses his spot. traces a
ctcle and then dis until be has
reacbl d the desired depth, which ra-
rte according to the number of stores
be requires.
The rooms cosisot of caves bellowed
out la the sides of the clr-ular |It. the
bottom of which forms a patio. or
oirtyard. which Is the usunil future
oC a Moorish house. BIldeas the lo.,tli.
a passage is also dug. communi.mtlug
with the outside world, and a door bt
made at the outer end.
The soll. wbkh b s a kind of mallea-
btl clay. Is easily c(t ut.d I adl'* it,.lf
well to exravailon. the roft of ercb
room requiring Dno *pp'ort as Ing as;
It Is arched. Thbese undtlcromut. dwell
lag are not damp.--'Ch lao News.

POSITION FOR SLEEP.
A Variety ef Opinions Among Emi-
nent French Mecical nien.
A number of emwlulnet Fr.ienh mn l
leal men bare glvt-o their *olpiilii to
the Matta of Purls on what I1ey con-
oider the l ealthkirt (4titlotl for slep.
Dr. l lorme. army mediillal Inl ltj-t-
or. declares that the natuirnl Iwsltin is
to lie lat o one's lack. lPrfelt r Ie-
bone ansd Iw. IDavetalere oftow- I lhb
of Hygfene are of the nairlNw oidinion
and polut out that lying ou either side
cause pi'reure of the arui. wblrb
may ereotually ring about lar2nlyrl
Dr. Landousy of the nedk al faculty
says that the beat losiltkl is the Iueit
comfortable pisltkln. and tbis is ac-
quired by habit. It would be well.
however, to accustomI onself to sl)ep
on the right side. Ir. I.etulleh if ith
Medical academy malntniIr eillmhantlr-
ally that the sleeper shouud al\' .t 'li
on the right skle and tbus av4|id lhrill
gestIon and beart truhllec.
In startling cinltradiction c,'-rneI a
statement frou an heart ej 'l:i.-t Ir
IIllc ard: "I always sl,'l* ,i io>. .rft
side, and I think It Wis Itilt iiri teriral
whether you lie oni .vr.ur I.'t .*r i:li,
side. The idea. h. .*' *'r t t : ..
who cannot lite I tthr l 1. ft 'i,* 'ii t :
from heart affIwsttli. i 1* ,li. .
ous."


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T:l DILY rFN: I041 NK v I LE, ILORIDA, JUNE 24, 1909 8


ANOTHER SHUT OUT

BY THE OAK HALLS

WIN THIRD AND LAST GAME OF
SERIES FROM CORDELE.


Setter Crowd in Attendance Than At
the Former Games-Viestors
Couldn't Bunch Hits.

Su; c-rh nf n111K rc', !'c i ui wI itl
(ood batting 1:ntha id t.. I .nt t:.1 n
to :k t tkith .!!.i:.1 >::i: < v: th th O r: I. t ,'.,. It.akii. ; : r
-'ra:Ki %? 1(i I r.. -
Th ()Oak Han!! -h < :'.* et c< (cnl-lra'l
Itlli'ruvemn llt >. ti rlna% n\i r the t\\
flfrnier gan:e-. ,i ,th IIn the. I,.,1l an:i
nt the hat. laweon pitched for the
(,ak% and heaved a pretty game. hold-
Ir. the( Georglatis safe at all times.
a Ithel'y ciuld not get the nece~isary
hinglee when they were needed.
The vialturs were clearly outclass-
ed. as they could not break up the
fast woak of the home team. By win-
n!ng the first three games gives Man-
ager Davis' boys a good start. and
they are now In prime condition to
meet anything In the State.
The vialtors will leave today for
Ocala, where they are scheduled to
play a three-game series with the
Rick City team.
Score by Innings:
R. H. E.
Cordele... 0 0 000 0-0 4 2
Oak Halls 0 2 5 0 0( 0 0 2 *-9 9 2
IHaie on balle-Godwin 1. Lawson 1.
Wild pitches-Lawson 1.
Two-base hlts--pottswood 2. Hen-


drick. and \WaHtimi.
Struck ,out--ly G(od;in
oM)l 4.
IDouble iplay---Cawthon
v(od. IHudson to Itowen,.
V'll.tI, rt t Pa.c-ed Iall -Itillock 1.
lilt 1b liitcher-Watson.

FANITORIAL&.

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Three runs iu tweut)-tevten lunnngs
Is holding 'em down some.

Sandy had a bur y da. at rhort .es-
tcrda) and ac'uited hiin.j, If nicely.

-"ullet" Hendricks keeps up his
good work. He lp',thes up the old
*eak si )t at third.

The vl ltoris made sact-.ral light-
iing double Ilaas. lHate to It "light-
ling" fast to (,tth our boys.

[kDnton showed lis old-time form
yesterdayy one of hib chances Ikling
ai \r) difficult one. Nothing "ipillt
.n Itft l.h -ld yesterday .

DR. RANDOLPH HERL

,ame to Examine R. L. Owens in
County Jail.
Dr. .la- I' liind lhII, ,m of thi
h.' i.jiallsi ii ('charge' 4,1 t he. uas) liii
.or the inslaiin at ('hatta(aull< lit.. na
11 ih.' (it'. I'aLt of Tue-.uil.i. and '.4d-
..,i.da tfor the purliwr of m.tking a1
hotough ixamniiation of It. .. )Owens.
1.4. ('oldeIiiiiied while alii no w coUn-
i11cd in the county jail.
Iit U ase, tnt he re. by Gotlernor jGl-
lri-t. ho w ras acting upol)I a t IiKth.
titioll ti:t-I with him only a few
a. rl incc. a'ld wh lilIh bore til-' tenais
,t a large numb. r of tie jur> that
oal.d hili Kuillty
Tl1i.s 1I. titil.n i-t.ittd that they tw-
ict. d IInow that tUe manl was mentally
an'i-.tliitc d. niid It a" to thoroughly
,*ti.-fy hillm lf that the (;Governor had
he. l.h.siciain froui thhe atiyluni come
alld inake the examination.
()i0i. 1,l the Kgentliell'n who was
i* -1 hit -Ia.* that at wa tthe lilost
1; r..e-r' h I'. h:ald \.r litlti. -st-d in his
i if ut t htl |t 1-it h. 1 sic.;inI v.A.ia i )lit9 >l
.1.ilt; l I li ju.-t 'll.' It ihl- r- >o:Liziieudia
|i ( I I ju t ( i. at r lt-r '.o :lll it lltiI
is lo t to Iilt (Govrwl r % 1 oH Id 10'


WAS BOUND OVER.

Boyxi George Given Preliminary Hear
ing before Justice Casrsle.

a.,tlli asr lt el w ith it111 lit tu kill Ed
lill.ar lamst uu ek. w%%s;v, si I ia t re lniii-
Iali hl .iriliK iIm ftoli Ju.-tite t'arlihle
in llW d t -da a I.i al.ltr iI tlil
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It w ill be. rttull.nl-r-ed that (G ,orK.
lIulled li.- pi-t ol anld Im-gan shi(tooting
ill ilitti i o (r rw d i* r, alli h'll. li 11 .1 tiII i in i t06et
*, ;.' .IIl it' A i ,l i nl, io,
A i.iotl, r A .i-, lc.ir ,. Jil-.i-tc i< ('nrli.- l
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To Ihll- C'r,-ditorl opf Nt.c-l (c. ir
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KILLING 0 AT LACROSE.

One Negro Kills Another About a
Wkioman-Meagre Particularo.

1% .6 I W4P r1vrr d a I t 1t 1
dcc' till lat41 at I 1c.il

Ar~is that dlipttrict.Pite-, Olat G
va Ivi 114um wd %.is a d1l.'alm tarrui
11i(vtihk and t hat iii114' titc'k- t fr4'n
lie- Ic ad I14)()k vffe( t Iilli, neutgro.
hiih ii he tdIe, IIll fl- n le r%
heirt ?hile.
Nqtie- ofi th- particdlar- catelal 16
A lre. fcilili. r tI .I'aa I l t igr that

'that the fight c(cuxNrrt d d''( % a a .kualaI
-''l4.~~i w the- shcwtliig the neptrt)
Sniadee hit essalwe and has since' not
lit-en apprehended. although they be-
hI. % Ivt [atfi 'i. hl 4 ( '0h I t In 'Aithisl th.
next few days atnd irie himself up to
I.., l.:. ret.,

What Brewn Did.
M4rs. and Mr. Dortwn -thnt I nit the
Usual way of oiuttlieg It. font It was
Ito w- ay th'y- rarike1ihd 41 t I-en In-
v-ltte tit a p'trt'* -, e. Mr%. rown
n1114'rtIc #t. t l wietas Ii to Itoa bhiwit of
Ilter: Irrloieu. Mr%. Rrowi Is an cx-
tTrlind-ly bz,:doitosaaewu'fllfat moed just
entouli g, I Ofitei-quette lt 4 iitr;itt 34ow
NINiI )lher .1cr.''. e r sl:e re*
Not lton: Iflte'r thiy had -irrited Mrs.-
Br1wn mId fur i mene s r.'und her.
while 1rmown wn:s protern4iltg to lh
Interest#d In seem. IueeIK% r-uttfered
aorou:d etn a ea rt.r talck' If*. I roa-w
In1uiml iodal the iise") III Iulli lis141 o just
whliat Parit 41r lIIi rAture th-e ylretdiue'd.
0: e c 4 :ll*s eat It'i lhe %:'% n e #44.4v' lnc'ker.
'"e.tf nt".' It (!,, IvorI. thi' ilI rl wais a

IQ e llit-" '* -r r :-'A'r Ioweks
iud nii''.? -t" p r-t Al 04% im-i-Ilrvwa
jaihe-#41 the' o-ieilI'. i111141 I he e'e'ie-elintker
t~~'e~l III tei hi.- .'e, that c i jeui.h11
nanpk lt'ib e '.* 'r 'N. hlilt 1..- 4'141
"O(h.- re'aii'tmr-hlvii 'r- Irr -wee .1i, lng
B. at e4t411(v IN Ow elA iilleny

Extinct.
"l~M'i4'. -401 O~vlie. titer #,f Ift'
chlsa-c %. icli t-I 'e'1-tt'' l i leut li t-do- inl
the4' ii. a *i' e. P4-1144.1 1114 It '4 61 iitled
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Veqp-le w~rlOO, d I-ert Ilrsv e.
*&Whilats 'xtl'wtcle. "o okeai' aceked.
".\' to nl~cr *ximte-nt.- explo'l.nd the
teacher *' au 3'u itnitES?. eelee
*I lit A--4( k Yk, rc;'cn1te- tl1. teutber.
"And %hat LI;-d Elf loild ISn a ck.'
'lease ?*
tUur ennary.- ni,:wrumd Reesle. Tbe
vatl ,'titi-cte Idlion
Marquis.
ile(t -ofwlii 'unI zi, cusrejuis Is ti. aft--
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TOAV AN- TOoN Oo. oGeT THmM JUSTICLr
SMeek ba be bM saidd In skinkldess
Ti s daug busm tedmy, IWrewItly aot the course of the Tlor-
ih I ia the tub *4 s ea ,men-mbers of Coagress la regard
a moade n tdsr .equi-re." ays to the tarl t bill. They have been critic
The OnIr."a 're p to eced tr making for a share of protect
._ M '=-p =-- de &hr mran"ed to do tio for tM bea et of their consuta -
bsh "" eA O d thp lu ats and romdly me ad hieras them
"IThe bai so w ta l lnor foustala have not wohn At to subordinate the
Upm Te bad to take tie to makee welfare od their people to exalgraled
the&r ser paes f. goose halls. Ias of the g reatdnes and goodness
aBtBaa^ff7r"e a T "ey d s e- Motters. After writta of Bryan.
0aha& o ry.IP Theede, bmd di s re t w wosas fr t Florida are deina
BebiAs nw 10,e B = g p ..g r. beit tfor thir people the tar doin t. 1


s ha m e a T gher b heSOthe people t-s:d what higher
prw b agmeed.s Thee w aihem cole sa any Repre sentative or sen*
me -AW ar, T ed so 1what they mao sad whato thery deemt



Seek ~S'l W nor W Wtvor have? xpendin time and lunl
d -TS -sa w b--. s-o wTbry "mm a.dnpower n trolling the virtues of a
N 0mleader bd up meFloridmIndustries.

P o~I d 16 a f an ways be mo edft r being comnpoed
WI-- m O mo enwho w afor their State.


AiNd yet the re appl to And waorlk is t uth whoe lol t more
the die, mre a* .h peap s- the i talk when e has to deal with
owBn4601y 7d Oer is toey. There wewe wsery 'Ulne oam."-Tmpa Tribune.
me..- if m N-andyes o m very Pe mme- --r
-g -W &l nted ad lsho besee. of A sbe.ritber requests The SOl to
me miN p ty. very m e knew bi publish the law passed by the lat
3 g- r aMbaor Mad every neigh LtalOtur relatato the shipment
O ater was a fril of fresh water mb from Aseb a Th P
t & iMhe weeds wwere fta of gam. ad couty. We have o copy of thi law.
Mgt== G ware inabudmm is every take. but it simply ma es it a mademenssor
B of t ae nd dWO tho r we*r so rnlaw to ship beyond the aits of thi
NW- u1 eb&g, h eating nor trap-county any b h (except catWshi
-SC a& The splnaM whee l and loom caught ton ay of the fresh water lakes. |
were a pa t of every bem and every streams or ponds of the coty. The
Wam was mwre or lees idependet ti alsto pr- bts transportato
amdaMf tsed Mt hU", Mamd the tarlr laws compaales from receiving for ship-
".- "- .t_ babpeWn him moot INgtly .'r4er ment beyond de llts of the county
61 q thereMwesn balk Iup a r -ma .uchl. Tbe act does not take
a "- a andr race of people. ad *efeet muti July 14. 1909. the same
5L t Pa1 WOr happiness the, Wj t before having been approved May 17 1909 Gin
to 4W % "tnw ineveia o itemnan mdelectricity -- [AS VGainee
so -m a m seag I nva etiecs But t will be sometime before the C poil



w*n 1 e n. toote that Mrs. Catt's come bwck.
rmd them. As lsaWeus a"d rapid Rt there somethig which ely a
U* 'm we think tis eatery Is the next o ad. o as do tOr aitly?
Sa-m M a- em wio loekupum it man bt pokyr an d m lA. IL O n$,
S1 w. brvel how we mrWaned to exist
onwitheftaeoplases aid other ma- l
S L deso with which to navigate t he
W la m ar. Our postruty wUl lit about from
do burL plaw to place like tw birds of the

Judge W. Johnston died at Kli. Nll EW
simmer em the 16th last.. aged sixty-
w ams 0 pog ular e years. Ru eferri a to his *deah
kThe Valey assette of that pisce
Srsa-ys: "h e for the past thre e
Sbas b e O el a bd ctor weeks it had be"en kown the ti me
w a short that be would be numbered
l 1 a among the living, still there was a
W" |a t -- athe' tC bil ed ess, &M u pont this town when big -i o
deeth occurred that has seldom teen
-_ cu left or known before. As a soldier Tic!
S^ who wt re the gray, there were none d d O
IW Jmore loyal mad breve; ma a jude, day and
there wIere e more just; as a Its distinctive quality Ia Aug. 30I
~m- aI" as.end there were ness more faithf. toU
--I -e h,,4 seen Kbasmus. grow freom a rare deIcius aver si to ,
tading^ post t -a buamidful and at t* the palate of ta meet *l te(

bs love of te whole people. Wen On Or tl
A as as. 3eilr 10 helin Jade Jobasto. fel eo sleep a full rA
h e y T manall sed ~ ..ilrgh man ____e_ _e_ __rt_ Dec__n_ _rAdg
was born il Liberty Hill. S. C.. In
Suggt thaI he a s so 5ver conu at the toi of his death.

Andy Carnegie wants to ila'4 dentist
Ig-1 atil aestlases to wl oat in o the dose of war Il tJ _i _
tfhg gateat with the hard-heared aee- --= l< ,wkima Br.. Ma.s sAs.. r en e
ty. w th 100 Reward. 10lo0. SHif i t $lm0 Lmr


The readers of this paper All be
OwiSth the AL drleo der. pleased to learn that there is at least L IE AD WO1M1r
. hisbaks ***m as hot a a eme dreaded disease that scituechas I .. .r, ...*.. *
Sbee able to cure In all its stae. "* '., .4.. ,
---i mad that is catarrh. Hiall Cata.rrh .* ...
A ether overmai M ts may well Care is the oill) loltlte cure known l t u*ir'IC* i .l ,t,0 i
aIy that Iof Rsa. where the bov- t the u*dl al fratterity Catarrhb ',, ,.. "d
lwas simply takeL what the Loua being a conatitutlonial di ease. re :, "'lu. o.' *
Iftf It. quires a countitutiona.il Ireatment of'
S-ll's Catarrh Cur. t. aken iitrirn-.. GAINEI
T will rI o be Bkani a woodwun ily, action dlrtctly uipu the blood .' GAINE.
I* A I. but that L ay be in and uurous surfaics of the oi. syAt .c
tMS tUI for 1W hi m to s his aa thereby destroying the fuundatilo of
A IftI bill. the disease. aud gvlub the patient
..---- stregilth by building up the constitu-" -- --ow
Wrk r a- of bthe Ferderal tion and assisting nature in doluglr tll s._
m 1t have a lyegilatmae put work. The pnroprietur. havr i iltichb Lr i u cousTaS,
bf mtalpit la passing laws ftah In Its curslie pu ers that they l-.$. *-s. .
Swshfrtas o-er One liadred Lullars for any 4044 an fi .w a tewea urO
case tht I t tfa ls to cure. Sed for t_. i .. W. Ill
Why M "vere beers sk ttimoals. Addres *tO u vo o.
W8m~o t wile l Chimea G. CHIINEY o 00.. Toldo 0. 0. Agl
d~S dby ,all dnd a gts. 7 ce ot .
I iL e whiue you wait. ad TakeHalls Family Pills fur oast- t oallael
Shem gaprefa the nsws __ PAW *


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p-overs allowed on these tickets at Rich-
Vashlington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
luced rates to other sumnner resorts.
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Ttlih IpAiLY SUN: (4A11%EMLLFX FLARIDA., J.it'aI 21, 19119


A MUTUAL SUAPRIS.
Th Meeting Between an Ambitieuw
MHnter and HMs First Griuly.
In "lSk*-tcheo of I Ife It the. l;,,1den
Ptate" (',olel Alltbrt II 1:;nns tell
an anll uI aal ni.te f an iruitoliius
bunt r whlo Ilntl ls Grit ,rltaly nl ar
-in ir'ce-'.lin. IThe Inc kleit occurred
In ,. .- W i 1r 1 tw e sit' of the prm
t nt t,' .11 ,f M. .' *, r.-y
The' hi itr *', n to re t In the
shnle- *4f n tre,* n,' l tun ltiliig'y wri-nt
to rIo 'i< %i INr l ni i. r ,,kpl It %as n.*tr
unset. ni l h.- 1it up. rutllln bilrs
eyes and cotltenil, tllin a re-toru to his
bc4el. several IIi: !isota it.
J st thein a nrill- hing mi cracklIn
nolte fr',i a c lun p ,-f .hapanrr-l satiit
1to yards n\ni. .attracted his altten
tion. Out wnlke,-d a grizzly lw:Ir. n
monarch of hbl I,':nd IIef .rywnped.
HIkedl his jawsn nat i t'ren adlu:l::ccl t.,
wanl lrd t trc' wnhi : e our h':+i r t11.
hut evidently v:oc icons 1 aUs oIf iL;
presence.
IIls rlzzly nin'- iyt h'*d pr.-,' '1
alsut twenty 11 c '.** whet', a f -P
lIer followed I Ima. n'-d n It ntant L;.':
a third clri!r.zy tfl'o,,wed her nt a rslw.
shanihllne Ia, e.
The hunter sint spell|i)ounld \.\. t. ..
r)r as tie ,prli en,4sl<'n came tarclrl 1t1:n
untll the f, rwtarl grizzly was within
thirty y:ead1 Tlhen. -rar-ely reallzing
what he d11. he asrang to his feet
and utte'r'ed a frrit:zld yell-yell upon
yell!
The t'ffwc* wn I, a:i al. The fore.-
mon t Icar sprang luInt the air. turned
sharply ahbut. knw-ked the female
down. rolled over tier. gathered blin-
self up and talted "lke forty cart loads
of rock going dwlnn a chute" strnlht
for the chaparral a-mln. the other two
bears clwre at liIs heela aMIl never
turtinlg to see n~litt had fribbtened
them.
The hunter. sec-wl, the enemy re-
tretiln. ,prn- ti, his feet and fled
at top pwelI f,,r t' e htiotel. leaving hat
and gui t Ie'lITld. T'i- tnith of blh wild
anl startlln: tale v *, rrnved the next
day l.v tlh' i t i rIo t-i- 1 Iear trac-ks of
differfelt lizre f. *i i1 In the marsby
ground v'enr lv !'i" th" three bears
bad gone off t I tl I purrnlt.

A Vital Peint
The most delicate part of a baby
Is It's bowels. Every ailment that
It surfers with attacks the bowels al-
so endangering In most cases the life
of the Infant. .Me;Ge's Baby Elixir
cares diarrhoea. dysentery and all
derangenients of the stomach or
bowels. Sold by W. M. Johnbon.

One who lives Ir a furnished room
can be pretty "lndependent"'--or the
rds. keep the best tr be had within
his reach.
If It's printed stationery yoU want
rhe un o lSe t~ the place to get It.
--- -----S


SPEEDY RELIEF.


KNEW HIS BUSINESS.
The Little Bey Was Thereohly Poeted
on the Elevater.
"Little io.." exrcltlled the portly
lady. "),to ouhll t toie at chbool In-
stead of tIr It. to work at lift."
"I'm not tryt3I, to work It." was the
anmwer. "I amu v.orkliig It. and If 'you
wish to ride I shnll be happy to nc
coUitllnl.at you. So far as auy oblla
tlou to be Iat chool, s c concerned. allow
Ime to remind you that this Is a legal
b.liid:ty. and I alm exelilpt from at-
tendance at an Institution where. I am
pg'!.aseis to may. I alu at the head of my
cl;las *"
"Y.oU haIve no Ibusiness trying to
work tih t lift. uin)how."
"For what re:a-nau)'
*leconiuee you are too young to know
anything nal,ut It."
"Miulana. all,,w nte to reassure you
This lift Is worked by hydraulic pres-
sure'. the prinuiplle rehlled o l leing that
w;ate'r e\x'rts inpreure In irojportion
to the hecllht of a columnn rather than
In pIrolportio-t to the illmtetter. In mak-
Ing use4 of this h.lnarac'tertistlc water is
admitted Into a cylinder. the pressure
being reraihl led I. tlie uoec of valves
and a stable e4uillbriumn being made
possible by an Ingenkius system of
counterpolier. I coukl go furtfwr Into
the minutiae of this iartmiilar ma-
chine. which of course ha Its ranra
tlons from oth r modelss" he added as
shew -lasied I, n astonilhmient. "but I
doubt If y,,ou could follow the techbnkical
terms wn-ho w uw an accurate desrlip-
ton would necesiltate. but I wish to
assure you that If. after what I have
sail., yer think you know more about
thils lift that I do you are at perfect
llberty to step in and take Its manage-
ment out of my hanls."-Pearson'as



CASTOR IA
or Inknto &a Ch4I iim.
Iu Kh Yoe uhv AuMq BoHo
Tears the
gnaLaure of

One Thing Certain.
Canrvaierr Ilt Inaly of telw h iiMe--
Cani you tellle Im. yii dear ni :liau.
wh, thert .. ur ht:e~i.itld is I Itwra;l torr
Co',l: -,rvIt Hi \ %e
"ih(. w~';l." -A;id the Iludy. "w-h.'u he's
with l.lloerallt hit's a .llierul naid heni
he's with Cotservatlies he's a Con-
servatlve."
"Yes, but between onrselvret what
is be at bum,**'"
"Oh. at I oii.c! led'ss a Iperfect nul.
Usace."-Lodeon .A Ilwer.
Compul sion.
Little five-yenar-ol IlleBie was telling
Ishut w~,e mell' line slie had taLknc
while 1! "** '" sIh. naid. "I took some
eomu:.tmll 11' 1 i' i \' r T l. l and"--
''1. in 1 il I ..'i 'ii ll don t u.100.
de;tr r,, t r'.; uN'-i i?'" K:ilhl the- vlsitor
'\\' r i. !:rd. l t.- .l "tleritr wr
('".. .1:-' Ne'-
r 11bout It."-

If \ 1, 1 hi ut' 1 t le tili' to *ti it, .
. n.iii il l Ilkau u' I'-gulcts a ill pI'
. 11 i t ti-tlala'li Thr idi c a
l lII ,i,.x h* ,le iliful i I'i ti ,,f tih
*.<,,A. I- nit hni t MKI IAlM k > ,'ur
c;.1 -a i r .'u .i c -


5 '.,r Lir-nme, to *iScu Cooods




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PI i.-. le cer>'i ial


--r ai'- l~tt '-iee I jUul

~It* i il a erfMLji1 -but
h-u e ~ %4,1, et tL ure- thtm. Dlhoaaan
cia aet anas-ait cea.. it ss ing. bleeding or
p.ie'I uli~ g lerafter )vars of suler
.litf At any drug store.


BILIOUS?


J. 8 Hadllord


A Co. SBpcial Agents


The Value of Good


Digestion

b "t o C1w. If ro bIm ow wWat yew Iusm&
i wOw& Kodol kgpN s -"- @w as ar vaMn*
by bli "nr gOod domgI.m Kad CB oal-yppi


THE CO-OPIRATIVE cONTelT.

uslinoge Houeae That Are in the
Plan Which Will slase Votes.
The hanudome pianos andi liamond,
ring to b1e glicin away itn the ('o
O)l-ratl\,- (onte-st 11ll be th., arai-l
-st diptrilutlon of priase vcer offered
an Alachua county.
Parties trading aith any of the fol
lowing stores will be given one vote
.,r .-ery penny spent:
(alunesille Furniture Company.
furniture. P'hlier & Morrs (Co.. cloth
ing and furnisblngs; Oalneville Hard-
ware Co.. plumbing and hardware;
Mrs. P. T. McCormick. millinery; W.
M. Johnson. drugs aad medlclnes; I..
('. Smith. shoes and Jewelry. Mrs. R.
Wilson. dry goods and notions; aun-
der- A Earle. grocerle and feed
stufts; City Bakery. bread and pastry.
P. Y. Smith. fresh meats: Crawford
A Davis, livery and sale stables; The
Sun. printing and publishing; The
Prown Hlou1se. meals and lodging; N.
Francisco. Itanana Holue. fruits, etc.;
MRdlns Mfg. Co.. lumber and building
material; Itandard Fertlllier Co..
fertillzer.
Votes will be given on all orders
for Job printing at The 8un office.
and on subcriptions as follows:
The Daily Sum.
$1.25. three months subsrlption.
old subscribers, 500 votes; new sub-
scribers, 700 votes.
$2.50, six months' sbscrtption, old
subscribers. 1,200 vcts; new sub-
scribers. 1.,4)0 votes.
$5. one year's subecriptlon. old sub
scribers. 3.500 votes; new subscrib-
ers, 4.500 votes.
For a club of ive one-year subscrip
tlons (before 12 o'clock noon, Aug
18. 1909). old subscriber. 30.000
votes; new subscrIbers, 3.,000 votes.
For a club of ten six-months' sub-
scriptions (before 12 o'clock noon.
Aug. 1. 1909). old subaelbers, 3.0,00
votes; new subscribers. 35.000 votes.
There Is no limit to the number of
club each contestant my secure.
The Sem-Weekly Sum.
$1. one year's sabcrption, 500
votes.
or a club ol five of-year anbserI-
tlois, 5,000 votes.
For a club of twenty-five one-year
subscriptions, 35.000 votes.
There is no limit to the number
of clubs each contestant may secure

For Pweverlioms and Aching
Whether from Malarlous conditions,
colds or oc.-rcatlng, try Hicks' Caplu-
dlne.'- It reduces the fever and re-
li- es, the aching It's liquid-10. 25
and -., cents at drug stores.

V.'or-s n' W.y.
nl1 ,tl -II.ri e" .v-it, eer 1 c4 t'P,--r
lhe aver..-- !.- ,* -.r'- .* T i Ir.ll*.
rar lreakwanr' S~loll, 'lhat'sa the %a
the petuc off a jcoke to -'tillnadelephl
(:tc< rd
Family Ties.
Old G"Ont'emana- Have you any faml
ly tia-? Wlii-e O!i. ys'. sir fathbe.
makes me wear all his old ones.
S- r
YOUR HAT

1ws .a Ieyll ao, U II I
A maa wally buys a hat that's "'I
rtyo." but tIe amira hat lor imn la
hats to aaawer for.
l~aIdbell are growag re anr-
ors every day. Hat make eaoslent
brwedllU pllac for the paraltluc ru
which e thb life from tie rooa of the
hair.
When your hair bestas to fall out ad
your scalp is full of Dandrul It is a
Ourr siLn that thae ouot tl germ are
bully at weur.
There is but One wsy to overcome th*
trouble and kill the germ--that way bI
tu apIply *.wbro's Herpecde tuo tbhe
scalp---lt wll kill thbe terms and bealthy
l.aitr Is sure to, reult
old b~t leadlng drursts. Sead 10c Ir.
slaml fur sas-iple to Tbh HerpiO kide Co,
Detrkit. MUIh.


FOlR SALrE-vn


33'3rA


to special elort by "-ale" s
"astiUalta" dea't ew aaaythin
or aseomplfl a y good. HMelO
doe dietlas. lIndlstlos and th
seritos alaeatas whi eb t itnlsad
cea be averted 4ad aorraeed
by natural means
Kodot supplit thio iatrd
means. It performs the steoa-h
work #or ft-Jut as the rsteas
should perform It-while the stem
aeb take a M tle srw, 'a the
staoaeh'ss al."
Ow Mr





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The LNsqltae


* Oe of the meet voluble falo es opera ig In vrtem m e ofwIB
of serv to eur ie"raOr ers sanad ary are unIwem i nsw a"p
to the pubie geMerelly, Is or se nes mefat ad int ar msd si WO
tiew ith the x en s **Ieag dietanse afa
ies of the Amerlela Telephone ad OmlI V a r M at Otim f
Telgraph Camnd tbhe ethr a harna-me eOaWa Os S


Islle SlaTelepheone esRpE" pheI eam IN i I, pilt s
We eow theu nds of mi les of l a ello TeiMphe aloft
distasee wimes n the seve.t States n Iask be AA Slatsa9 mi "dtoso

YNwith Ineosanng a erme ois o Thsse atfto
is whi0h a Nell Telephens system tis 1g th1eughgo tha ngigt i
operated. ldeity, s eammervesan buN

meet -medr and Improved eoserme citeasm. IM all welke lofa e amnd
Wo and are mltied a hihPlnt breM In an edn link f
IteI e eof ly. The ISell eeeIt h" siho



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This CoopI may be t e at Thl e n S eas or at athr Wa i e er ao-
arctdl with tl XNOT D00 AFTmII JULY 16. UIM


Kodol Inaarma good digestlna by
absolutely duplicatias Nature's
normal prereas. la perfealy digest-
la1 all food take lato the stom-
arh.
While Kodol is d4ola this, the
stomach i reating-e d becoming
strong and healthy. A strong ad
healty stomarh b garantee a
sound ad active brala.
Thebo m witb a sound storc
-a stomach that Is dolng for the
body Juat what Nature tate-ded
It to do-s the mea who Is always
rpared for aay eergency. MH
I -there with the good."
Te man with a sick stomach, I
Mama adck al over. Whn the
stomiah is Irrtated by undlagsted
fod. tM blood aad hart are di-
retly areeda Tkhe daWtaes -
sataral sleepianes, aek-headaches
vertigo and fanatlag spelst a
Teen serIou bral treable drove
odol will prevent thees.
Ipurrl thes omach brail


GAINESVILE


FURNITURE


COMPANY


We are line of

PORCH HC'KERS
IPORCHI RUGS


HAMMO CK'S
C'REX anal MATTIN(


REf:FIGE1A'T' ItS
( )OI, SOVES

Mai4 IM.t W' I .toV a
R ng --1 alet t i, ,tioni.
Fin 't liiint \\'lhitt Sprcail-,
S cct.- ,,\,a- l 'ilw


For we week onty we wil
sM te celekratedl 315 ibtr-
mem Mattrm at $13.50.

Fifty- Pu Cretm Tick iN
Edlp Ctts Mlttres at 15.45
s-rgWr price 51.50. Cal
md we omu.

TAKE CAI F TIE *MT
Br g qt ur haly cA'rriaU a hive
ei.l lre- Vitpt l a l00, tw Cou ".

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gIM -I --thIm Wm- I-a wo bade
.a~a e s br tedt tIim d r a wUt

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/ .. imehed the ..rt. Tht mhd th
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sI ite a t t ansd ar s d passed to hm
i ak- Nin I tt ta hiat shell ar heT r 8 the
S- I s rIetu fr La my on a aort d
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oem t m o steerswwNoi the aor elale.



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w- LI!eta---me -- hIe wet to th It era ud gra duatd
She h _to ppiso tieAs the M oa ( mW eli t ad hI amr




d eri were Is r h tebet iSt Indian Ighasus
S-- t o I e orl ad aS I w1ob II s I Srt inse of my a I ret
,a muip boU gate a res potW ares was with Major Grl,
MWN o I* 0b ,ar tb Meow wat .uCan. ret* G omCarr



Sshs Wet uis to Te a e es were smeedplea tit han frtm
i s &L prId rfn Ies bcse paper tNew tk sthe.
tI bpwIa' td brbW youe d whiehe esbchmsw. Gradeetingce 8isAmd

V Wag W P otnA to thed he wnl a to ty.t I seure ahnd eadeslem d







bee veryr gereus I. aUudlng to my
" a& aie w s to pred t ad rle thehbeot e oardin Tr o tr-
a-- Ii SndeS e wa t.ying campa n,
Sdo soar thre b C hbsed oIn bl in tlaet whit cweulntd Iwe
:VON Mftuit g see thatw swhom eest f o dr ad.It cTnWOthe






S"r asdd s w ipr me of y career oer Tall Brll, h a had
*e0l a istartal ee as ie sevdo ic I had the hbomO i fIetL
suued me pemWgU=* QQ 0 e leas bees the terror of the plains with
Srseasd to eh a1umetrv a i tlw I*- what Is known as the "dog soldiers.
SiI a"es es %qusi oa me aw mwhe, s bWere -naegades recruited from a
&:Mr W Lk. 4 *- .. -. .. .... ..- *.. tl- U trIbes and w re"
gS t e*gpi gIKt, an"d my sale cogaed of the moet vticous, ftnatical
sIt arg speoy em the st at. hl dis whe were oppoord to the
I aw he wou @&h al& right. go wite mma's Intrusion i the ewt. The
te S ginsgl was m et teW I depredntions were of a terrifyilg ma-
o pthe spurs to S. mle a Ut- trea, and CWanras delegated to pun-
s k Msa m p. Blowever. I kept l Ish that all bazards. Their coutll-
r iver. I asted that the very trly tg one, athey emptluyed the
wasset pata mu' hat lidin.' methods of sanoyance Io at-

that this would he pressed. Knuowing that onl btrlatoeIc
Id AIIr -- U b vr t mt* le s m cunnrig could o entUally elect sub.
u Ow ed, that it weas lugatlus or diepereal. Ueaeral Canrr
h Ato B S. horses thea. 8d proved by his pserlaltet energy and
V S. ae guid any wat they strategy that he ass equal to the it-
had br S up Sher amase.e which satlOm It was durIng the eunteLnous
abpb pebe we Itsk hte S. edse of my closest calls l so amsuIdeit
g::.Jt .': .... all rs.4.. U wa., gaQ Wa Ii tse j~s i rt .4 4. Iii .aI


'i ireto He It
An ateirt madly 11 of t0 pop-
weey ee m- ilkine of purche ar.
IabIig a redlm at ofd reeds
ad baag therw bly expert la ab
irettan sie aotIslueay r tami
do a p rrtly asenrase ahbtrat Ma
ke aseesor l gear.atnd.
Da't lovea without as ab aet-
Wi estAmWly Aln rous.

MSIMT M.
n r a.US I.

Usphet reek. It wa Is tohe spriE
et I that i k raced t ephea
eekt w"Me a palat o a rwck ae
the el se o Beawer valley. were
I berd an lhIre tratl gilag dowe
the Beaver, ast ioewlait K. the coWn
mrd w tatotocamp. The geeal r-
e1 td Ustema Ward to follow it. I
bhlag amIaey a the o ms I was
-mep f s e. a lm I to esht while e-
Oft op paeme Ifea thef. whem
smewhat to aft, almit parallel
wtd th~ I Mrd tBlrt ad I afte-
ward aseertalaed that LaU emamt
Ward was t a sktrmteh ao pramtre
tat at as tlw It threated to cat
o*r.
Gearal Crr left the ammaad as
der Major rla o t olsow wkit th
waia aa4 the I- laaim. kIN la
with gret dartagput p a gBm It
0aral Cawr flowed theam til
early dark and a turned to met aad
atect the O aS a F gb this n a
to ba how Ba e he made as orderly
retreet. the I ils daiae gr deat per.
Umcity n their skIrmI aCtetic
mc aa that Ithe peral got a hlete
throeu h the arabba t his aber.
MUetig the wagam a W ittip teto a
1a1i pa.towas m a hwet e aa p b


as m1al. Nest day athe ladiame wer
abewid sa- am ir ahlg was kept up
-t-aN-tly. I.utelast Schinacfky swi
tat aoass esaaa er btingb am-
badad had 6 a ftew am kihlat
Th snea m -e I kirultoa wI keptsbe
up er thdee doa^ with myself salet
casllm tb o othe ma i and whle.
we we teeit tIN gm li m Nde
do 4oeW eall ftr eesultadse. 1I
w rper mi ram arrt to tel the
ste1 oaf affair to wieh he ulakshed
the laoas aererty, while the story
aolatet aa to my eo'emction w: t he
matter:
"I had bead some arg to frIot.
wher the dvatace guard at Igoae out
of eght My order were for tb ad-
rance earn to resulate on tbe al
columa aad always ep Ito sigbt of IL
but as Major Babeock and Lieutenaot
W. P. Hall. now General Hall. were so
ambitious s ad anxious for fglt I
thought I would give thea a chance.
and so I 1 them alone. After bMasty
coansltat e rtgardlus lack of sulplkea
I eat a b gler to recall tbhe advare
guard. He came back Payling be could
sot reac themI. as tbev were our
roIuded by odliana. Tbh Indians had
got oIto tour ravines wbl-b betWded
sear tme trall two on each side. The
halt donen bad 'led tle advrauane ,'
wlth lasaltig gesture and defiant
words (sote could lmeak and swear It
Englisab. sad when they *ame between
the rartas tbh whole poured out
aroeed thea. habrock dismounted bis
wmn and f'ruwd thew l a circle and
aot Brad. wi thI aet company to
ope commuaalcatlooa aod tbh Idlian.
eappostai tLb whole commeod was
comlag. wet on a before.
"BRacblu tIbe cee, we could ase
the Indlan aatterIag io retreat. A
sur with apparently a rd crap ror
slowlj oa the bill 'ur an Inutant ft
pasled me, as It wore a bkckskio aod
ha d ag baltr. Bt oa seein thb
bors I recognied tbat It wu Cody's
Powder Face nd saw that It was
'Bufalo Bill' without his broad brim.
amed sombrero Oa closer iapection
I aw that bhI bad wasu wathed lo a
bloody hadkerCIblef. wabkb served out
only as a teulnrary bandage. but as a
chapb his be t hbaln I'.en shot off,
the bullet plowtn bbhis sal, badly fur
about Are itcbet. It had ridged along
the bone and was bleeding profusely.
a very cose call but a luc'ky w-ap.
However. It would sot do to lurn back


Im ediately after suchb mupudece. so
I took to the llop and ran them fur
twelve mile to and at rus tu URepub-
Ikasn aud up the Wuff ou te south
sid., where they actedJ l their usual
ag-ravstlu style by eltterin l In
every direction after droppinl a guod
deal of pluuAdr MW could ee tswem
,a Ithe distatu bill. but cou l ut catcb
tiLu under thbe l rcuiataIwe or wit-
utI Umeans ol uf u couultr strategic
,u- :t! t -. La w t:,t ck *ud camp


d aurtih of tbe llepulbman Tbe ad-
ear* guard had brne rel tvd and
the ladlan erely puntrsd. with a
nm on our tse of but four or A v
kiWd and a few wounded. ths with
abrock's borw wound sad Cody*'
narrow earapt as tbe r ltag casual-
tIe The object of the ncampan waa
aerty acomplsished, but our eatMt
ad was suppr lie whirc the bt trall
had sMderkedA the excitement of
the ect ary purslt of th de6fast
e. As the country was Inflated with
Nla anad It was fty mala to the
geast g apply peat. Fart Kearny. oa
c--om atoee wtthb y dc0Mde that
It would be bpe to dmrtake he job
blmelf. a plut ebarctertic of bh1m
aII h ne r shirked duty or falterd
to e*wrWC~eks I gve bim th bret


Hie teed wam s mrtAed n a bloody handa
kcrcMct
hors t t outfit. and when twilight
arrived b decided, after patching up
hti bhnd a little, to bring relief and
meet at m a plt northwestt on the
Plate rtrer. about a day's march on-
ward.' Tese were about the meat
deaulte direction any scout gotn the
trackess waste of tIose days, and It
showed the peculiar plth bsM or
ammem possenm by experienced ol-
cern and why practial otas lke
Cody, t the wide terrestrial ase of
the P t plais rarely ever mIssed
commnctilo Cody therefore reached
s afely, makng a s cc ful rie of
ifty mue during the nIht and ar-
rilng at Fort Kearmy at daylIght."


"USIN&LUi CARLI


DRL. 00. 6. WALDU.


- IJ.'NTIsT-


Sol Phes S1. Alms Lo% mamas

D R -DAR D C '"m


DCNTUIT.


OAde IS Graham Bullda. oer
anaaders & arle's store. Phase
No. 36".

D 1. fVKkA s. MUMrie,

.. .DENTIST. *.


a" OM haseim US.


DR. J. H. LAAASMAt.


DRXTI$r.


Odko Over a 0M (&sa sam
Whams W. Gatoaumle. U

W, L. S.A&L
ATOLrw NEAT-LIAw.
SOLICITOR IN CHANOZRT.

WNUSYILLB. Mershs Os..

FRDINAND AYR.,
ATTORNEY AT LA0,


Can ell your wty prepey. (WO

r~lW~r~you olefr arnle. U34L

J. A. OCARLIA,
Ar~amitnc AT LAW
Ansodlelsor in sqmIf

Los' h~a, UoonveWlyaos aid Ver
OWl Prtee. All business prmp
aseaded & O.lee mesd der Ist
wwee. 9AWuWuwu.a. haf

FRANK CLARK TI0M W. IFKLEM
QLARK & FIELDING

LAWYER
Rod"to am@ O rt, IOh m
hirat~.


Otio


es Over Gainsavlle Natlmaml
Bank. 3Galoeslue. Ftorida.


Sometimes you may be told that
there are other things just as good
as IDeWtt' Kidnt-y and I"ladder Pills.
That's not '). Nothing made. Is a'
good as DL'Witt's Kidney and Uladder
Pills for any allmnnts of the. kidt.,n
mid bladditr. hlich always result In
weak back. backache. rheumatic
ialn-, rhemunatiilin and urinary dis-
rdernJ A trial of ih)Wittt' Kidney
And lil.dde r i'lll. Is aufficitt to cou-
Illue yOU how uod tli y are. Send
your uame to E. C. Ik~'Wtt & Co.,
Chu ao., for a free trial box. The)
tre.auld here by all druggl tm.
Want advertising is a force which
you can harneas, and with which yo&
ca drive your plans waud purpose
to aay desired daesatlmna


If
Ito


you haveruda to aystho a- v
advens Iso th oVm .Nkm


ITS F'ES EVERT AT
The Bread, Pl and Cake you
at should be utrttious. The
aest Sour, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked n the
"purity fashion.' make our
goods the most delicious It Is
possible to produce.


KILYSTONIL GAKKeRY
Phane I6GL R. T. Schafer.Prep.



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THE DAILY SUN: 0iAINEIVILIF Pi RID 4. \ .J*E 24 1)09


1d


GAINESVILLE,
--iTHE-

University CRiy.


Talla
Craw.
Talia,


Oints.\ ;:, i. vi cceded to be the Trta-urer-W. V. Knott. Tallahar
moet ,n'tr.rlr.-.: a,, well as the most see.
beutu al .a y ,,i :1.e interior of Flor- Attort,.,y.neral-Park M. Tram
IdL It .- io ated :a the very center .T
of the State. hulil say between the At- m.ll. lailhace.
aotic and GUlf Cuats. surrounded by Co'tinnltioner of Agriculture--B E
lands of such ertility as to be capable Mcl.ln. Tal.ahassee
of producing a gaetat variety of crops; 8upt. of Public Instruction-Wm. M
I the heart of the truck-gowiug. H o Tallahae..
pbophate ai.ad naval stores belt. 1e Hollo Tallaaee
S the beet educational advantages President ot the Senate-F. M. Hud
in the State. gonml churches. with son. Miami.
edtSces abhth in e superior to any
town of its Izt. i. II ;,r.Ja. with lia ,
and conli -t. 1.1 .,rtea'ioio. ht. a County Ofloers:
climate hitih :i,i..t be excvlle.d for
health and Il,:.a i'. All these natural Clerk and Auditor-S. H. WIMgss.
advantages, conitbnl.d with a progres- Gainestille.
Ive and eilteipritbau co.iupuolta.a Supt. Puolle lnstructioo-Dr. J. L
eitlzeushil, ase sure to make a l)tg Kelley. Uainuaville.
elty.
Tbere are nany natural attrrstlinq hberilr- P. 0. Ramsey. Gainesville.
It lose proxirnit) to the city, SuIn ot County Judge-H. 0. Masoa. Galne-
which are Alachua Sink, l'a.u. fVill.
rairie. the Devil's Mil Hopper, War. Tax Ases or-W. W. Coleon. GOlal
rn's Cave,. and Lake Newnan. all of
which are reached by private convey.- tille
sace Tax Collector-W. A. Dticlraom
Spring Park Stock Parm. the largest Gainesville.
and Bneti live st ck farm in the State, Tresurer-J. D. Matheon, Gaina--
Ia only eight miles west of the city
and Is rea-hed by a goo bard road. ville.
afording a most pleasant drive. Supervisor ReglatraUon-J. C. Me
The laruers of Alachua county, of Urew,. Gainest-lie.
which Galunesville is the county seat. County Commissioners-John O
"live at home and board at the same
Pace." The temperature is very uni- Damper. Chairman. Haue; J.
m. scarcely ever reaching the nije- rownsend. Campville; J. W. May.
tis in summer or the twenties in Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Treaton;
winter. The I dopilation of OtllevUle 0. P. Cannon. Galuesville.
is abo.t eight thoiraand, representng
nearly every nationality oN the ac Menmiers School Board -R. B.
of the earth, and strangers always Weeks, Chairman, Hawthorn; J. W.
meet with a hearty welcome. Moody. LaCrosse; O. W. MUler.
The University of Florida for young Trenton.
men and the National Agricultural Ex-
periment Station are located within 8tate Senator-H. H. McCrarr
the corporate limits of the city. in Oainesville.
fact. Gainesville has so many things Members House-Syd L Carter,
that we ausnt be pardoned It we omit Galnesvlle; T. A Doke. Santa Fe.
& few of them in the following umer
atio o" what -


Gainesville nHa:
One artist.
so salous.
One garage.
Four hotels.
Four banks
Four dairi...
One foundr-
Water % works.
Ten churches.
One gas pla.,t.
Two tin -holp,.
Three bakeries.
Ten |phy.icia"-.
Blx fruit stores.
Two gunsmiths.
Six rebtauiants.
One se.d(l -tore.
Hoard of Trad-.
Six drug a.tore.
Four shoe ,hops.
State University.
Ilasionic Temple.
Twenty lawyers.
Tao patit shops.
Four contra'-tri.
One bicycle ,,hop.
Baseball diamond.
Two lee factories.
81x music schools.
One variety store.
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two planing nmllis.
Two racket stores.
Iwo lusmber yards.
One marble works.
Three silrlrsmiths.
Three wood .ards.
Five d ntal rooms
One expires offle.
Free mail delivery.
Four beef markets.
Eight barber shops.
Two public schools.
Two music houses.
A telephone system.
Two haberdasheries.
Two abstract ofces.
Four pressing clubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
Six boarding houses.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three jewelry stores.
One phosphate office.
One Chinese laundry.
One Chrlitlan church.
T o stueati ljudries.
T'oi Ad\,'nt churrhes.
One daily newspaper.
Two hardware stores.
One female physician.
Fifteen grocery stores.
Five Ilalit- t t:ur. ht s.
Three fur it'r., t,.r-es.
One (o.ld *tO r.ava : 'it.n
O,e r.kly in--r" aper.
S.-tvn dry gotId stores.
lahr<. e cold drink stands.
()On. el.,ct re light IlanL
Thr,.e blacrkastih Phopa.
Thline railway" ayBitema.
T% 1 1 I::, .:1'I r r.'eL
'nit. I S. '. "- ."ic
()DO h, :lc I lalla ,'t ry.
Thirtrvci Sulr.diay bchoolas
I'ro r.rt.rliary surgeons.
linte 1'r..-b) t.rian church.
Ts,, tigar nianufactorte.
F V'itliunefr frtr d,- iartment
\,i.-rail l.jntr m,,iipanlee.
Thr.e- MI.-thiodlc t churches.
A br.4s band organlsatloa.
Two photograph gallertas
Two movtng picture AoWa
rlorida Winter ChautaUMa.
One sem*lweekly ) ewuM .
I""ve f1 tine 19 -161S


City Ofmers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-W. M. Bradford.
Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. 8r.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell
City Attorney-R. E. Davis.
Board of Aldermen-O. K. Broome.
President; 8. J. Burnett. H. L. Phifer
H. S. Graves. C. A. Colclnugh. W. T.
Pound, J. A. Goodw!n.
Board of Puhlle Works-H. E. Tay
lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. eere-
tary: H. F. Dutton. K J. Balrd. J. H.
Vidal.
FPirt-class sewerage system.
Two fertilizer manufactcrles.
Five fire insurance agencles.
Two livery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' lub reading room.
Hardwood Manufacturing Plant
Agrl'"lt'ral Experiment Station.
Florida Winter Bible Conference.
Five dretsmaking establin-hments.
National Odd Fellows' SAnilarium.
Three undertaking establishments.
Two of -e begt hotels it: the in
teritr.
Two wholesale grain and feed
stores.
Two wholohlale grocery eltabll-ih
mein...
Water "that has made Galesvilll
faniour."
The fin-st opera house in the State
outside of Jack-i,, ille
A Goveruron tt ti.lilding sms to tw.
erected to .'-ot wbeu coW i!ettid
$ls)5.0o0.
Carpenters. nIa.x)n. plasterer,
painters, printers. machinista and Ila
boring men galore
More mill- of paved streets arnd
granolltAle ,;':lrwalks thin any otl.er
to it in the tii;trior of the State
An $S5.00o court .oume built of brick
and stone-a beautiful structure-and
'he laws,. floucr bed d *hriuthrv
Colnedtrate imonumecnt. et surround
ing it. make- it a mwut attractive plc
ture


tfr 'cild a" r4e ee4. e. N N 'a*ue.



WeAsk You
to take Cudul, for your femal
troubles, becau we amre ure
Wl help you. Rnmmnber that
th0 great female ,mey- |


o CARDUI
S hubasro rehthoto @sda* of
othcr ait d OUMI. so why o o I
you For bEdadms bLdim.
per odical patnr. fmamle waL- I
| ,a& many hamw it ist "t
bedt ame dia to tak." Try RI
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Total Cash Value, $1,


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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.


To Be Given Away by the Maercam ad The

Son to Citizens of Abhu Clm tyh





Contet to Cowe Augut 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading busid ne ho
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. Them
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered; a prise similar i nall rpects thers
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pa
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prime es folows: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winners of the capital pri
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemable n
cash as a payment on any iano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, It
or John Church lPianos. In addition to this they will give a eertileate ms ar
$25 toall other contextalts in the race, and will make special armngements wkth any
one to take care of their parer on all picehates of instruments at the cash pri.
Tie Giinesvile flS m- Will embrace the city and suburbs d be ec-
fined to a radius of four miles in seah dmledw.
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RINO.

Eastern and S o MLer tr Will oomprie territory from Fair-
banks Ull points eat aWd from Ro.
chelle all points soulth-Waldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove., C.'mpvile, Mimeao,
Lake View, Taco;.a and all points along line of T. & J. ty. .ONE PIANO.
m Will com all stations frM
Western and Northerm ectiLon I e to "pinp, Trenton
Wannee, Wilcox, Bell, Newterry, Jonesville, Archer ad all settlement covered
wy this area. ONE PIANO.
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How aVd Where to Get

Votes
The following mereaats wil give em vote
for es>) .eu t p aid ku tel erluiL tDs..... toe
goods which they handle:
Gaineaville Furniture Company, Furniture.
Phifer A Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings.
Gaineeville Hardware Co., Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormkik, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Meodicnea.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wilaon, Dry needs and Notteie.
Saunders A Earle, Groceries and Peed Stuffs.
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Brown House, Meala and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana Houee, Fruits, Etc.
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertilizer Co., Fertilizers.


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$ 1.25-Three months' snbsc
$2.50-Six months' subecri
$5.00-One year's subscript
For a club of five one-year i
For a club of ten six.months
Tfier.- i noi liluit

THE E
$1.00-One year's subscripl
For a club of fire one-year a
For a'club of 25 one-year s
There i6s no limit 1
Solicitill voters by undida
bMWaWWMa


falot omse wM be b sad to sde eo -lM-
meats of the merbhata l givi vsot a d at Toh
fS olce. Votes mat by mail mst be directed
to the tottag Cortest Dep arM t of The se,
tJrmeavile Flor, a.


Rules ad ReP
1. Tho eootat s o pe to aymei Ttan I
AlIahua moa who Is know b te eo -mlM-
of t h eoomft or wvoched f r b y Isme reta
pereo. to them won eHO
2. No Oployee, attahee or relative of te p
prietors oIhe aboveosmed Irme aor oeIble to
participate thio oatest, md wl part elpat I
so manor.
S. In thU evest oC a m -smea-sta-di- be-ees
candidates or others interested I this atest,
auck controvey may be referred to tio sem
doctors of ontest, who aloe are the peras
qualled to reader deastl- s.
4. In the event a eaodmdate decidms to wI
draw from the race, such eadidate will sot be
allowed to transfer vont to the credit of laCter
mandidat i to --tem


:ription ................... ... 500 vets
ption ........................... 1 0 ot
ion ..... .... ... ........ 3,500 veta
ubscriptions (' '"""'A1' ;;"'":) ~ ...30,000 vot
I' subscriptions (,"",,. .30,000 votes
.,,t, Aa. Ir Id "


700 vota
1.w00 Tota
4,500 vot
36,000 vote
35,000 vot


to tt* nilurln*r of clule etA';l colte-tanl t may secure.

3EMI-WEEKLY SUN
tion . . . ....... ...... .
ubecriptions ......................... ... ,000 ate
ubecripLios .... ..... ... .. .... .. .. 6000
to the rnniljer of club, each oonltetant lay secure.
its or friseds with te tores
distrtibtil vote Is s i eed by the peplfts


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State Ofrcers:
OG-v'rnor A. W. O'lchrist.
bas pe.
tSc retary <:f State-n. Clay
fonrd. T.lliha'.- -.
Coimptrollter-A. C. Croom.
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WeAreSeling Now

A COUPLE OF "PICK-UP8" WE OFFER:
I-AI FAtRM, 6 4e A inrriged, balawee can 1**; larg. paIkinig oum,
.; maiL frm atati ; uw r dceasil Itou, on plawn in la7. Tuo a
V "for Pk$,200.
& ibA stv iS plac., 10 a'Cn ad :-tary 7.nruou hucuI uNo *$t0.


...LARTGUE & WEINBERG...
Pi~ L** ~ o. 374
pom;66010 e ,w


Ir. a m a me~ s af tryme
a Newere. w" mNo the visors
s o Ghe ir --y Tut dy.
a W.Foa Im a ee csh n beaeH


'-e --I tl d h
A, Oi af T eml the li-v-
-ma l ad tplam adm assess
Smees f the *eMf tysterday
AL a Maof a ta sav al
- urmpin ofad w wo nawm

M. W. M a. a pmber at Cami
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Sadt the Wiadir ameoli, woa
the b mOmininvlll'

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pl a- nal e vatho ho me.
-am -- d ~a1- ia wIe' to

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a IL Ia 4em se wa a Tatorm
MI I Ml A. Tda. ef s at Prarte
&&e wra mhe tre ity a eas
a sa dw aensame- to lead the
ft ad m O .rs shaber. Mnmto
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T- ri afy m-n Ioe
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aldre dsm ,u the &ead toat


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It the hotesrt.Hi l thatd




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i. Iil am. e a tm seedtbu
SO wd in Dsmte" rhT. oW.
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bst bake a ut he weoml put up
a e Dm. M i e-l. bebel that
smwe be Swrhe m fwda
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alt at' olase d Writs 1saexc ealva
-we i ts r ins s, ot s e ,ar.
S l tem s th l teoth-
,w or wpah abd suosr MU Isae"
soma" hearmes me sisho w;e.

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Ow ICan by. thei retrahdr
WeO vsit Isul nthe cty. Mr.ch Tou
A dot p and repors ahexclle Hest
raep arti h s sea os of t lhyear.
S W. Thrers. o the eommodaets
aIa t CIme lerk in He tates thatile
hrdwware CoweMpy.hab are-turned








emn his a, nest tsat tho dwi weats
er hav had a me to poasant
te rop.
S.L Turner. u at thies oea b
Wrt's Csaroliod Witch wasa L isiet


elwry yeserda yo. H starter I Ith
is mood for cbts, har the dryathe*
eud ge Des ttllsod aor Oled. Woldt


W. T. Ooore, who ha been abIet for


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-UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY-


THE UTIUL IANK


WILtUMR -MKLL Y.

Prow chaeu. Weet g at PF SapD
aeT WoJmei"y WTemng
A very pretty wedd4ta as solmn-
iud Weda day morning at the Firrt
Itnp t camb whes I. Hervey Rob
Isaun Wiubor was uited In holy wed-
tork to MAe Beesie Kelley. the SC
emp Mbed youn daughter of Dr. and
Mr J. Ketley. Rev. S. Rol s ,
eorerty pUtor of the church, oeR-

The hoa of worship had been
beauttlfy deserted by friend of
*e ywe eulte. and was draped It
eergr s sad ma from the entramI
e te tthe alr. the boe twIing dark-
ead to preset an eveninL elect
IRe. & Rogers etered the
chrTch rom the rear. The bride
ea. trom the west ale on the
ari ao her other. beina preceded by
the Musd of honor. Mis Ida Mae Me
DeiaM. while the agroome. wo aled
by his beat a Mr. RL Waters.
eate-d rMr the ea door.. MIs DBe
* Bash e aered from the west
slate a"d Mr. Forreet KeU ey
m teMol able. and al met
t the sIr. The wedina march
ws beautify reader by Mrs. T
Doebyof Joebm"e1.
by Mia Chremse Richards oa the

the -O-O* ame d the large
Iek amd wie Ithe Iev. Begr pe
eramd the esarsmey a beautiful else
tral e was shown, which was
arranged t ver the arch bearing
the ames at "KeBey-"WIlbwura" mad
dartag the remomy the lght with
the ame of "Kelley" was kept rm
ta whie as Moo uas the word was
Spoe prI oumei them man uad
wife I was switched oto "Wilbur"
Mr. H. M. Chitty and .Mr. J. Mur-
ry Sted as ushers
The bride ws beatifrlly attired
Ia a traveling sat of champagne Rajah
ilk. while the groom wore the con.
Trestlesal bh. IFollowI y the cre.-
moMy the haWy pair left via the 8.
A. L for Jacksonvtle to sail on the
Clyde Lte tor Charleston. They wilt
visit Numerous ph of interest be
fore returaft to their home In thb
ewy.
Th grom is oue of the head
slesea-- the store of the Gaioea
vte Hardware Company. hating been
a rs ieat of OGsartlle for the past
two years. e has made a ot of
ad-irt &eads who wish him ames

The bride is the aomplshed
dgher at Dr. sad Ms J. L Elk
Isy, Mnd has or a number ao year
beeo a resMeat of this city. dentify-
len hersif with the chare and its
wrk. sad was one of the sweetest
of the Jane bride GalmeeWe has had
for a meber of years.
The wedding prseats co-sisted of
various articles and Included nearly
everything that will be required for
the couple to start housekeeping.
which show their popularity with
their admirtg frtieds.


--DIR ET )R--
Dr. M. H. DPea.. T. W. Shanir. John F. Jack.on, C. Henry Davi., William
R. irrkert. I clert D. Crawfow, Jame L. Medlin. Charles A. Faircloth

ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO US WILL RE-
CEIVE PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION.


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S aloghal irtiday Party.
Uttoe Miss Helen Smith entertain-
ed a mmber of her young friends on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. L C. Bmith. the occasion being
the celebratIom her tisth birthday.
The ttle people played may Interest-
ing games. after whch delictos Ie
cream was sered. At almost dark
the littl mas took their departed.
wishing MIs Heles many ore such
happy birthday.

Pu et f ttle Ch l
The funeral ervce of the Infant
eiM td Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Perry,
which died tn Oca, were held from
the residemc of G. W. Brabham in
South Gainesville Wedneday after-
oon. Rev. S. Roers preaching the
sermoa. A large amber of friends
and acquaintances followed the re-
malns to their lat resting place la
Tergree Cemetery.

eNth of Mrs. Fieding.
News was received in Galnesville
Wednesday of the sudden death of
Mrs. Fielding. which occurred at Lake
Butler Her son. Col T. W. Fielding.
who came In from Starke on the noo.
train over the Seaboard yesterday.
left on the Coast Ine for that place.

J. F. Bunh left yesterday' for
points ln South Florida to be asbent
the remainder of the week.
C. Meltko and Dr. J. D. Watkins
of Micanopy were visors to the city
yesterday. having accompanied Dr. H.
SL Montgomery here for the purpose
of wuitneing t ball ame between
the Oak Halls ad Cordele.
Ml tsasLaeth Kig of Jackson-
Tull Is the charvig guest of Miss
Lucia Pattoa. MIsl King has visited
here several times before and has
lots of fries in t s city who are
always glad to welcome her to Gaines-
tUle.
rank Clark. Jr, has returned to
is home from Athens. Ga. "Tobe
ha Just graduated from the Law Dv
apartment o the 'niverslty of Geor
gta, and expects to engage in his pro
fesion so ne time in the near future.
His many friends are glad to have


Esinaste. Ftrnislmed Promptly and All
Work (utantad.
Il04momhm: Adelrweu-
emm Frriu-ta xanC~o. OAI'a'.*iVlLLk
LIAU1 a ln i ate. iI.A. __


I Cob Ir Lin

LOOT.
LOAT-Between Nichols' corner and
the suare. one peerless ear ring.
FPader will pleae return to H .M.
Chbtty & Co's. store.

WANTED-NBLP.
WANTED.-Repectable white woman
to do cooking and general house.

work; must be eat, clean and a
No. 1 cook. Wages satisfactory.
Give reference. Address Mrs. H.
Maddox. Archer. Fla.

POR NALL
I rOR ALE- rypewrlter ribbons. both
copy and record. 75 cents each.
San ofle.

FOR M&NT.

FOR RENT Loser part of residence.
Apply Telegraph Ofice.
OR RENT--Ooe six-room and te,
Ate room cottages In South Galne-
vlla. Apply to Colin Pactory office.

FOR RENT-New 6-room cottage, all
modern conveniences; 204 E. Court
street Apply 8. A. Ledbetter, Jes-
a Preach Piano Store.
.FV RENT- Fivet-rxo cottage os
ock next to square; city water.
aelctrC llght., bath room and all
modern con verences. Apply at this
office.

FOR RENT-The Bowers residence
on East Liberty street. on lease if
,desired; new and up-todate. Ap-
ply to Alachua County Abstract
Company.

As advertising ftnds the beet market
tor everything ese. wy for your
irseeal seIrveas


T CA SAVE
Bi lavin oiour ,-Iha rewpairl by MOR-
Hi] ruIN l-. II*. gIreat I. .lon hwr-
Jaker. Wil ^*w aki iu n'2N unntrr,
while you wait- Ifre ou char* if iAnot t-
Shbop Rea door tu E ClU. W liberty S

E. W. IVEMT



Tumr ai Rehuier


the past several weeks In Jackon- him home agatn.
ville. has returned to his home In Mr. and Mrs. E. L Robinson
this city returned yesterday frmn a visitt of
D.. R. Kline of Palatk arrived Ia -iomi wev-ksr to points in Georgia It
the city yesterday for the purpose of sill be remnmlwbred that only a short


looking after his insurance business.
which is run on a fraternal order
plan.
H. C. Wheeler. 8tate manager of
the Home Protective Asoclatioo of
Cauton. Ohio. arrivrt in the city yes-
terday and will remain for the next
tew days.
City Marshal Arnow ha returned
from Palatka. where be %as sum
moned as a witness before the cir-
cuit court now in session to try the.
Kelley-LDavidao case
Dr. Waldo of Jacksonuille. brother
of Dr. Gee. d. Waldo of this city.
returned to his home )eterday after
hainlg -selit the da.i her, to attend
his brothe-r' iwedditU
We do Lot knouI of any other jill
that is as pxod as IDWit' Little
Early Ril4rs. the famous little hli-r
ill t small. geItle. I l-a.att and sure
pills alth a r-j'ut(atlu IJold ty all
druggitst-
8 lDt otbinuso accomio anie-d th> his
a le and daughter Mrs W<.tt-ruAk.
I \'illiston. ert i the Iht tit) >)rte-r
da. The tuo ladle irucem--de d to
Grand island. a hbre they i111 ltll
fur the htXt fee seeklr
Mlles f.llo Ilarker. ,tho bha been
slltiDn thb tamni? of J r luunch fur
the last tea da)., hu returned to
her home ls South Carolituna ring
her so)ourn here she made a number
uf friends who ill be pleased to
again aelcoawc her to the city


Inni' since- Mr. Robin-ou had the muis-
fortune to have his fo,.t hadly
mangled by a railroad iron falling ou
It. but he has sufficlently recovered
to -.'able him to get around.

The mig Head
Is of two kinds-corcelt and the
big head that comes from a wick head-
ache. Does your head et,-r feel like
a gourd and your braln feel looe and
sort? You cam cure It in no time by
acting on yomir liter ith Ballard's
Ilertine. Iun't it worth tryliug for
tLe absolute and certain relief you'll
get? Sld by W. M Johnson.


-MIDUTADBrNT13KIT


Fi


OAINESVILLU. FLORIDA


Capital, $100,000.00


wurpl~u, 14;(,(Njo.(o


CONSER VATI VE-PROG ESSI VE
We take plmsarr in Ilau-in our Ladlitifd at your .l.arr! aL.I u:!i I
pki-aal to Lare yv u write or call oa I U i you roarut. ate ,lopening elller
a checking or avini acoouni


-FOlt PERC (ENT PAID IN OU('K R
Jac. Graham, pre&
I. said, Vito-Pm.


H. Z. Taylor. CuamLe
LM Grahlaa, AGt (' AsLwr]


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Capital stok-..............$100.000.(X)


Resourm ........... ...... 750,9( 0.N)


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VOL XTVIII NO. 94 (tAINBEVILE FIORIDA, THI'R8DAY. JIUNK 24, 1 ON IOLLAR A TM


depot,. sad ugsewd thal be (w4 eeos)
TESTIMONY AGiAINST to
and ell ar o Into th ofice ad try
to catch them. Abhao that tI De

Iu I ns wer.e nred. and l t, with
six buckshot wo adeo bba1&. Wit-
e" s rWcogn&lad me of the -mm
S.he one dd rtled ailrWad. tw ether
miy*M-mI a i- small au, wearing a heard. After
y wV 5# hl,-- e bhootnc a the deptm two nmer
Mro-dm l I l-Lots W as Woime from the U- of Dmvdbi 'e
resta urnt. The two mas m Ia s
(BY J rta) d sen. whe ortherly direetio afte the t two
(By Jean BlU.) defeae, rbet h R. Le Ken shot were s tn
PALATKA. Jne m t.-Tbe Nseoed erlY wr Iatreted to ell the AgeS
ay of the Keey-Dav Mao murder twety from tre special velnr. O tb d
trall a full of interest today. The this UlM J.A.. Frreertck. A. J. Padett. b ekt ainad tMea Ig t t
Stato rated ml Ma amftr mgmala G. 0. Kelum. W: A. Waltoa ad T. of the ralr It l
or-m w1 ts1es. J. Barnert wore eumead fr va l or um O n .ssmit. mm a sted
Thb defeb bea me so rebuttal vl. eamons. wh the rmaoiler d the th r-elueid iN r-
dma at the p of t the afto- special V e wore called. at A. IL abo~ me m h after ler de
i -seedss.e two witnesses be s. z-Bsghas was excused by re ad that be was a wMeso o beeor. the
amined. when oe t ad)journed unt W. q. Maltom V then eald to er. waromr's ury; wa empiyed a te
Wednesday orats. Pet tl w utr panla, nd w tim by bth SMother WeIhitm ad
KrSN, Oe6 ofO l I deadealts, crc mqanm 1ag018 mk1s a k &an psML lapecti t Itunare au d the Coast lCfe
ted a M i unatIs dart. t h George Weatherby vwas eedr dnti; uderslood tt rewards we
-lum y tof onM of tO. Slate' vl i the State, ad Leo J aobom a c- or tw asre d e Ceo
eme ths morals, wh te ed4. but chabeaed by te State. J. sAgulky party or parties. ad had
pri eer ro.sad aid to the vita : C. McCoy was tea clted, at aso le acve In an endeavor to swre
"Ta Ioe Ulke a dos." Kelley was pertm.ptorUly challenged by the Stae. ilnfrmatioa. Witam sated be woeal
qutekly pulled back Into his chair and whme Lous KailbeM took his place ot swear tbhe lr ma be w
--rmA to keep quet, whe order In the box. He was quailed, wleh as -Keley. but that he rese
was restored. again completed the panel, but Juli Kelley as to Ma. movemets., et.
It will probably be the latter part P. Neubeck was challekned by the Wltes wa ask If his testlam
of the week before the cae s submit- defense. and P. J. eek a su called. before the eomer's Jury was tlaba
tld to the jury. Mr. Becks. after a riid exammlatIon. down nl writiUg. to which be replied
uNd--af-yi m --- qualified, which completed the panel that it wms.
PALATKA. Jae s .-The tous atlsfatory to both sMdes. "Whlre Is tUt tetisol r lnow?
e of the State of Flortda v. W. M. M 'po completio of the panel the asked Attorney Stripli..
Dlavidse ad James KrIley. charged special extreme were excused from "I do amt know." vas the reply.
with the murder of Night Wathman further attendance upon the court. "Did you mot take the eop y tfis
W. C. Sellers at the shops of the At- The jury as empaaetled Is md to tettoly ot Of tlh wTa i the rt
Lanle Coast ULinr High Spring be as an aggreatieo oae of the beet, hos l OlaetNe?"
abt three years a eq a r wvheh most bltelIent a r met coamervativ "I did aot.
a ehaag of veae Ifrom Alachua to bhich ever Ailed a jury box In this "Do y ke h whether av ye I
Putnam senaty was grated. was be *ouaty. They are men of bh stand- did take that oepy or I"
uan here Monday. being a special n and integrity. and are a follows: "I do lot; I am usable a tow I w e
term. Judge J. T. Wllts of the b hth Thomas Murray, dealer li meats; op cop fI r I do iamw."
Judicial Circta. presidig. with State I ha Grilln, hardware deIaer; M. N. "Di you LteiW thei. L
Attorany Rivers, the regular court V'ckers. Journalist; John D. IPoietda. r, rs puIC a bsIar J
etlcls of Putam county. Clerk S. plumber; James A. air. nurseryman; Wlls"
H. Wages, Sheriff Perry G. Ramsey. t. M. Haughteoa. merchant; T. R. "1 Wd.
ir.d other court officials of Alachua IAvlnston. baker; T. E. Hadso. e- "Did the s wh so too l bwae
county In attendance. change: W. H. Caanon. farmer; W. H. the Cars have a gn?"
The defendants arrived from Gaines- Minton. mrehant; louis KalbMd. "Not that I kew of. He wasu sta
Ulto runday. and were taken to the hotel proprietor; P. J. Beeks, con- In behind a At Cer. and I cold e J
Pataam county jail, where they re- tractor. oly from is walMt up."
malaed until this morning. beinu After the jury had bee duly swor. Wlta stated that he left High
.broLht Into court a few moments the defendants were mcom ded to springs because a e was afraid of the
I rior to the opegang of the tribunal rise. when the Indictment was read. "'mob" there.
at 9:30 o'clock. The priAoner wseem- Halinx been previously arraigned and Wi'tem described posiUoa of him-
cd cheerful, and were refreshe'd after eate-red a plea of not guilty. thib form. self. Davidos and 8ellar at the time I
a good night's rest. ality was dispensed with. of the shootlna. uslal himelf and ,
The court was called to order The roll of witneswu s for the State Attorneys Rivers and Palmer as the t
Iroeuptly at 9:30. The little court and defense sat clk-d. the witnesacs l )"'*' I
room proved Inadequate to accomola. plac'-d under the rule, W R. John J. H. FPeld was next sworn. R a
eate the throng of witnesses. spec- son *a" sworn In as bailiff o take sides In Sanford; was L Highb Spritn
gators, etc., who had gathered fronu charge of the jsirY. and coirt ad on night Bellars was killed. I August
almost every section of this State Journed at 11:40 until 2 o'clock p m T190; was yard forces for the rail
and Georgia, many of the witnesses Aft n. road. and Kelley iheM a simlalr poo l
tor the prosecute being summoned tAo. l in the High 8prinse yards at that
from the latter State. There are CO'ul t c ctirAed at 2 o'hllk p N time. Kelley was out of town in the c
iweaty wit s for the State, and All officers iu their respective place. early evenala, and he was "suba" I'
twenty-Eve for the defense. all of The Rrst a(itue, called was J. M. for bim, but Kelley relieved him at
who with two or three exceptions S smith. IReldesin a Waycros. Ga.. but ..r ill..r
responded to their names as the roll reslidd in Igllh Mpriuss in August. Witness staled that wheo he wa& a
was caned. 1iWi. Knows eoth defendants.. also relieved he san Peter Burkhart mt
This case is one of State-wide repu- kuew W ('. Sellars. HWa present w )vid t whoL IMvldaom called their v
tatloa. and probably the most Import- when k&-llars was shot in High teatlUoe to a inas. mayig: "S that
sat murder case which has transpired prlnA. w as standia within rma? (referrItn to Solars). H tos a
An AMac county for many years. few feet of Sellars when he a shot; fro Tampa. He is a dirty g
"There Is arrayed on both side. cwme w* equally seaw I.aidaui. Witestu ~ h come up bere to do mm g
< f the best legal talent la the Sate. saw Dvidon and ellars early the* dirty work. If he don't set out o ti
Utate Attorsey J. N. River i a n Uidht of the killing. Bellars wa ,,n tunigat *e'll Ix him; we'U take h
elated by Col. Those. Palmer of Tam- nglhl watchman at the A C' I, shbou i, d,,n to the river on the switeb
0M. and C d. J. N. Bkcrkwell of this Witnle. stated that at the tim,' of .*ngtle and dump him overboard.' ea
played as cou.sei Judge M)d i. 'Car armed. ellars carrying a Winchester borne where he boarded. As he sent
ter of (aiestlle', Jud*g- Kohl W Lhich Iltna-e had loaned him. *. dosa4 theb. railroad tuaards boutje he et
Iavir of Tampa. ('ol J N atrlipllig and u.llars Sere e* td on ste-pl ol oba-r~ed a uan lurklau aear i boa w
of Jack.wuille and Col Noble. t'l frrelht depot behu obser~edJ two car T hibas ama appeared to Ibe attire t
houu of 'Palatka appreaar'hlnl largLur luaun luookd in rlain coat. black fel|t hat, aud hil
I'pon the openiag of the court Clerk to L.' about 6 fe .t tall, bha)> built a,^,. s,.n partly caered by a black .
Henry Hutchlusuu called the roll of II,* idi.littIed lhlie 'ua as Ke.lle) lth The man wore. a l0n heard a
the regular and special eitulre-. co- u \ rita.-. uated it sas the that he A f,. )Yards further up the- trakh b,* 'o
priLtIg sixty-tso tallsmen from the aid Hellar *elrat iluta the d,'plot land m'. t(1o more Urmcn but pre*-e-ded ot th
hody of the aoualy. The regular *ei- *l e'asuain the-r glasu s t e Me his Is, (UOn. of thier 'ie.Un ira aunau i
itre *as rnat called Jurors i I' 'r, r llh.d hie attention to eI mte'n i .,.t tall. thle either ra'he-r snall uir
4'anova. C'has Iurt aud John MlutIe. s, a a 1 aade ilie', sM thIt-I as t(he. l Loar' re'achlaiul lhe- gate hat board re


uoetVer. wear e'.cue'd b) request ad l'c* r.il'-a*'d. it uof then had d tuie- IS hoite', llnes heard t uo aiud(A
4be cl.rk wan instructttd tu lssue a 'u.ii'A whltih Iape-ar d to be a gulln i rapid succestloim, and shortly after 8S
*aenre of three from the body o l f the W'Ithu-* It(at-d that it. d itl ward Imaii) ashut- are Bired. Witness -a
co"unly to com wete the r-reular Ilr'*l lar thellrn Sua (to Dtialduail re-tau Ihe, returin-d to the. point here SMel 1j
Tho aU" mmuad were J i M)lItuoL reat sad called himu lDaids4,i *ItIs av. % & hol ali-rr i h- found a auu
W. H. Canova ad T. E lild.mIu teid .i reisptOultd.d d the, irk, r U' i i**1 whIch s OInted the pauri' aid [t'Ii uAlked back tu o Ihe stttu1Is plaitfru aiii, Kell-t' lianide and hutbes ou wI
*l wa1 ancejptld b) thr Iltal' aiAd li t- old lIin sd.lu about thie straiuev .r.arth fr thl Iarl) ho did the school
*eaerted. alajrrliuetil f t a eo rueu aboutthe 1* II i.-fi the party In a few mu '
J. M aL Il s exceatd t) tht ylt a L dvub *i*tv sustd that proL route, ictwurm d to ~uitor, remalwed a t


s5 -l a UW


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dt m eadoay m Iwm w



At dSe Im a sstm St Ss
tore a poIIum mnWasads Mfr
- beD t ae ews so&
seed bre thse sambers, oald e ,

the studanee to -s em. ba
Lid dete has he& Y bel n rweed.
The ~mtes 8 er is tWerm M hbe



MM kbed te MM Sdw mdlOMW


-e w- U t, w w"-
md being heated orw be l.

iters aew ha"veryhe"na
rmd matered so TM at se
y ba. g that Mwea be he
"usIbee to bold le t les 5at it

A streag boesky has bebn aoaegei
to ineruet lb. seh lSO berW
&am the IMorert that Is aggalymeal
kated In this work vw ienm bosseb
mod reod&". The -y:
A. A. Marpbree. Preeld mt UvsIer


shIre #ara wMhle, at t. went mwnm


At a late hew bhe a 1@
the Davlie hme w hee be (Sh
waae.) ledd. he at -a a
so resembled very mush a matUf

a plt dual by thO NmI t o mM
UpeS maIm a- houm wl g
tated thtb he did g toetiy boom
te eoroer's ury or at the bab-
Oerpue pnOhedimn0g, wa -MM
ed as's wites before the gw -
jury.
WitaSe did at mo Ke eyl ftem K
ime be relieved him (witses) a
*:30. eatil after ellars was ast
aklch was after Il o'dclk.
W oit repeated the mversateU
betwlees Lan due.. Brkhart lad Mi
elf regarding Slare o the MaL o
he killia to which abe sr Brtha
made so reply, bu t rned ads walte
way.
"Why did yea mot a to IGUars asd
raM hia of the dsa4e?"
"Beause it was ame-- of my bas
sw." replied the wlte
"Why did you o tg before the
ouroer's Jury sad tll what yon
;area ?"
"Becease It was Meo t mry hm
Me; I was ml summed and was
Irald to tell what I kew."
Cleve KRolan was worklag eor De
idon In Aangat. 194. On the aht
lloars was shot Davidaea sat wiAt
es to bhi I avldMsa') be- lar a
PU d twoa shlls. ie egt the
an sad aells mmd led them IM
be retaurart. This was sbeet tree
ours before Sellrs was sht.
On croammamisatif vwitaes@ stat-
4 that iavtids told ia Nwmeee
as stealnla fd fr hMi (DavId-
n's) wood cmp. ad that h waste
d to catch them. The ga rnmalaed
here witness had placed it a atf-
r the shootla. a far as hu b r.
M. DI. Ivis; Jr.. iUvrd Ito t1
1riuss in 194. the Saiht Sllars
as killed, weta with Cleve Roland
I Ilsidnta's ho oau that t it for
e- lun and hels,; witness esamoaed
lli and they were marked "b'k
ot Witless ltft Ruaisd near the
staurant. with the gua sad shells.
Peter iurkhart lived la Hig
pring- ih August. 1I. Was nlght
irdmiaater for the Atlantl Cast
ue- Knew both defendats. ali
'Ilars Saw liavldMes about 1:0
toU('k oi night of Auguat alse saw
llars i Il vldsau's riesaunat. D -
duno. referreri tou Slelar. sad:
'ou wee that felinew He io a do
LUmv Uroum Taas, and 1 auh are


W. L N m eaw 49 Num
peloml, 0t q

Tom V. ussaf

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a do sop" 46 MW0106,
as Wea a amamad aSed
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breast ha Neilvei
vdggy. After s
aw owe e m
min discrd bb =f -,0
bko bewc ard m w" be a*

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IRI. am" ab em hoham

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NHo was met habe r eemnwi Oa
et whe was ind sfaw e
pelts aId wtMh k a aM
days wimesadWvM baseso us


oThis pet so ated
i* aw M evs m a "
MLoved wta -- ema moy*


Satltya hameM that the ve a
therp dsarI ( um tha O hm
and ma0e the0 samlastoeie
One Sat"" asaIs emosoam
plreset Stated SM it us S.

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SM agea, wove i,.
&dv4W boiy e, sd with
-r gI The arbd owi
b of 60 am,& ofr

Iu mad il iksel plhAd.
ma~.dto give eatdc-
d WO land as theim.


t ITI-MteMIAr.

Umeve OGiaLm.




M k h er taYa taI e .hllato e.
em4y. i Ud ahnut out by tah
hue boys was what bould haie
beI 4 dome a t day precedit. Al
thetlM both ide mad e rrors, some
of thea wer out l to the tiOe.
The crowd yeMsiday *s. Buthlin
It namiprtlmui ath ht it lhoukl
have bem. sad the artiwk' t ball thb
boys are hanidl us should bw eu
osrased from et ry. staudpuat A
bg aUtteeacc aud pkuut)r o "rutA
llg' L )lAst what Maualsr Ilalis saa)
Le wasts. sad Imet ave. to luSakr the
etMb the -cc- we all walt it to b.
Al players iave tlher o4-ay. but we
want to emourage the buac. for thB)
will aom be moetiag real faut com
peMy lt the oumth lrida teams,. aId
)fdgia from ath suaae. bel made
Lth later at p aytag soo ball
The C1urte team pUtl S a laod


@pow of balleerdy but lk wwas
a emi "the. sad OWL0b m g 8 m- It
k h"a ea a aually b o the bow
1SU ~ hap. the vwtm'e ta ld to sem ayIN"
tothir eretorr hei *itUawe&


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46L %Ib *" W evro 0
wbws m U4.0mg so thd e*Ra



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Is m; essm lowsts irb -
beww 0 anew. wIans ft mail,


mmr mrm the he. s.-
MWOftuso Omsk hesaw"am


aba .enr btomgone
nY il dd me fm
XRabbe O "M ew" a4

w r.MWO*OF resew he I
Gabet wasew nowd ri 1 -a a


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Wad Pllcebe-TUbm"2.S.*.
wend 1.

s.rf tsotwo .Tu


Tb. watde.Ofttis 5fP Wwilbe
passed to arm the Is at h fbo
Sdreaded lsatha sac Fasm
he Mbb t o@e In a an of"&
ad tw Ib mtark. Mas Orca
ow ks the 40bpaddy. ew e ws
fa the amilealbetu~rua. tawb
belg a amstMMMeM dbms. y
gaim a eM*mltamm.
"W'Sb caais urUsbftmb "Mrs
un ama matais ss reu Ip = .tm ins


bIh IsMscrativeb~ pwr, Ythat the
- that It ail to cute. r- Sei




Will O Opda. Pushr MuIe t
w )Le Iti~a aAAJ 1). 0. Howard ta
i.rLar4 u~nr. ntw u's



Se bsalae. isa that segHborho ud


and will establitak a mrket4 l this
city for th sak of a portUa of their
catch. r Shaw will bate chargs
of tB bmatstr. k-rv.

1St M Wrach la two IS atewo. oo
acher anpal of ba r r amid I i
a- herueae. e b ;ea hu
twelvh boaurs-r Theme' s etrir
O8L. Mrarr oer Pala.

the is tIhe pa oi to a.


iWkd YoumI

a" mo


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Is


use.


For Over


Thirty Tears


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--UNITED STATEB DEPOSITORY-


TIE ImNMLE mUML IAM
I *^r ^I^^^^^^w^~^^9 ^^^9*^^^^R ^^ ^^


Capital Sok ... ........ .... 0$10,0.(00
Swplus .................... 0, 000.00
RMsrome .................. 750,000.00


-DIUU(bq3F
r. U. NI. ~ais. I. W. P&in, 0.jamF. Jck,. G. NHmy Dad. Wilulam
IL fInb Rebut ID. 6II, i. J La v m li i, ChaunI A. P'sludob
AI.L BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO US WILL RE
CEIVE PROMIPT ANb CAREFUL ATTENTION.


CS~k


SUTO


OILE COMPANY


----F. ,YER83. MV r Usse--.

AGENCY-
NICsKo md as thNi

REPAIR WORK AND 8UPPLIE8





I Established in 1881
&a.L -- I --.


OLD 1.UXlt'KYV (0cX
Dimeela ftrue *eAG.W s
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bl&.eaira .*a


elnld for Price~ Liot and


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4 Levise

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of te son"s
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that they edve ofhe whle theag.







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A.C. apea th m ae m pm aed bb
pees *ade arI eW the dter part
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h a ma up" to bes of the paebd. J
at a the advre of h m frtmed the wa
prsenamds i put up has gus ad toave









oe pstesu e oumm. s~ ib o aM emp"


bl a terauderr f rom Reebe~e to
4)alsoville before Jumko Carlide.
A. C u pearsgew s ash ald Ah d hs
piteld ue times t the direetto esa












SAd r leMce h5 Wag the or three
a oak tree twice, the other atsd
labor wid.













S K him about th matter



gArrIVes 010,11 Ior
ao he ben emar bse remnmerd mein








Mo Olovorarme bullnl. and Pi-
of tKe aofrrethe, bt L Malper C-
s ease trhaert red fnr arreelle to-
matoe llle bf ore Jude Carlab l e
Jadge Carliale was as light as he







co1a be delr ed the matter of mad








erial, for will arrive regularly and


and be will bhve a derr;i k plced on
thed Im of and cotts olr three
tmt phs o the county ku at hard)










material.
A n of Made were M nls Put
to wrk yesterday. and from this time
.00 rrt 't and skilled labor will
ibe essoyed and very little commou
labor d.
WORK COMMENCSS


lag t*ern charkletvflelti

Work has again bees a-emed ea
the Overameat building and Preel.
deat Kiag. of the Klam Luaher Com-
pany, states that mnder the arrange.
meets he has mow made he will mot
agaim be delayed tn the matter of me
terlal. for It w*l arrive regularly and
keep ahead of the workmen.
There are mow three cars ta transit.
and te will have a derre k placed as
the lte of ons of the aliroads for
the purpose of ulukadine this hea'>

A fere of haads were agala put
to work yuaterday. and from this time
*ea .zpexpemed and skilled labor will
be employed and very little commas
labor ased.


Me Pat Fifty In Danger.
Mea past middle life have found
comfort and relief to Foley's Kidney
IRemedy, especially for enlarged pros.
tate land. which Is very comma
amows elderly men. L. Morris.
lk-eter. Ky.. %rites: "I'p to a year
ago my father suf"ed from kidney
aud bladder trouble and several physl-
cLa s pronounced It enlargement of
the prostate glad ad advised as
uimertae On account of his age
Se wer afraid heb could not stand
t and I recou- aded rFoly's Kidaey
Remedy, mad the gist bottle relieved
lim. and after taking the second boet
tie he was no luoker troubled with
tbis com tlat." J. W. McCoUtm A
Co.


Mr. Mety Has A midet.
rom Tuesday's Daily IBn:
W. P. outy, pryesman of the Pep
per Company. had the miaturtuue un
Monday to let hib Ie lno the' pres
while it was belug backed us,. and
as a result he a 111 L. diaablld for
the next few da) l H' as* inl the
act of putluin oil a t)uwtlu wheu his
foot turned bte tiack-ul, f the IprtT.
and tbhe machlur 'aulght lit foot
treilii out a larie' ith.* uof rfvsh froan
the calf of bh les

Vagarie es a Cold
You can never be quite sure hebre
* cold Is lgoig to hit ).u Iln ihr full
amd later it may settle III the bours
producing seter lma inlu the sumi
Ter It may *Iee )onu ulic sith diar
rhooe or auumrr compaiolu Io not
be aIB itedl ur tuormet )uurel1f alth
tears of appe-kditl or ufl auinattlui
of It bowrti. At the fiBrt sigu of the
Ca or cerasp take Perry Ijl,' iPahl.
llea g wam. aseetued date-r and
fllet w cruoe at Ionce There I. lbut
o* Paistller. Perry IWll It I o*
r up I a large 3Ic suv a. **wU s
(L I-u'ar iCLc ac&e


- A


On Weda eday aght of this w".&
L B. Patrfti. a moe dealer. a d
me Waler Reed. who were quaat
asees, slpt thMe mM roam at the
Magedota Htel I Lhambrl Partik
west to bd with a perse ecOtailags
Pa* ader his pillow. but when be
Pot p Thursday morakg the prse
tad Reed were both gm. As Reed
had aM tleft town Patrick prWred
to hMve him arrneted. Whm Marshal
rorna braout him wbetaw juge
Ivey. Reed vigormealy deiaed the
thft. bt ai that rather ths hive
Ut Me abe tIhe matter he wo
pay Patrick $U Ia moey and roe
him a diamh-- ritH worth $t1. Pat
rick cbeerftly aeePped tWe aer
aad the charge was dismissed. Bu
the end was not yet. Jasper Carets.
whose eye are always ope arriet
be BeaboarT alld and Thureday
morning J at t daylight, au e west
to te depot by as short route, e
aaw a wellsreeed yoams man i the
oushes north of town suerateUsmg i the
sand. He recogealed im a beata Walk
*r Reed. A few bour later e repari-
*d the matter to Mr. Torlie. Atun
he compromise between Patrick ad
Reed had been made. Torta, Patrick.
Caretoa aad perhaps ao or two
others. walked dows to the spt
where Caretou had eu Reed so early
la the morale. T r theyI aO
found Patrick's fat pure barled
the awl. It stUl c alaed every cest
of the $3J. Patrick put the p e a d
its conteats tn h peaeket and turned
aver to Tortas the M and the rtai
which Reed had gtrva him. Torian
Jow belg rally coa iraed that Reed
-tole the money. .et out to have bhi
irrestrd aaala In order that the
claim of the tate might be satlsaed.
but Reed got laformatlo of thMs fact
through a fread and left town with
out ceremoy. Hereafter wher ReeA
buries money na thi bushes he had
better look out that the eye of Japer
,uretoU a.e ot on him Torlas
holds the money and the rinx. and Is
waltlin for Reed's return in order
to make a fnal settlement between
ltha and the State.-LAeburg Com-
luer ial.


Dr. W. n. Pewer Ill.
From Wedmneday'a Dally:
c'ol. r. E. Iaiari, editor of The
Ocala Dally Bamer. passed through
the city yesterday en route to Iouth
CaroUna. He will be absewt there for
the next few days on account of the
serious illness of hbs soa-l-aw. INr.
W. II. Powers. who went tber, some
time ilnce in the bhopl that the
cheaso would prove beone4cil.

Yu Never Cam Tell


l1"e4 *V0004 PO W* 0 is am f

q q5,'q',9 '1 r ,, h t
I"4 qtell t0r t oMe I.
#14"t IA' ,m IIIlv,

biceps hir '09W end h..
Iftttidre pe'hts 040i P*O40 sit eon
dIo epa t*At hbe @ ay, isthisr
Th0maap fso
I(I Ik nW~a W r u me
thep me u beami po sof the Sate
wig" thbm o Ote Q~Wrt
ad he W""a"e their denurv^ oe
%a" s taIn Fr S Augwsig,
"d 40he pt 411a huecrueil. A
60M iteahournmWMd *vsemewd he
th1 e threg m"d the *oft no
W ammdt tcmpl user owof if
ad WA" hebb"s of 00tir M
The wassmit oa rmgam ttmmus.q
ltf a"d t- win, wi aU
-N tbIte of te MeInod
at the brW me be he hd tism to viW
WOM GONO NPOK AW pftlsms d
rwith amasnsad --l the4 dr
beGsAtirumad @afty aMy ofbridal
kresine irma aresJr* thu ad
the" of sawpouSt OW @ftb ft
won as from sabrad.soft puasss
ofth hope, beu"lty of w As
rimi..the Wbride, t h 1? bi
rmr of ame, is wl"e" has mad
tishly 4e1to 0edby b iher sma
"welsd& Thus it is dthat this Va
auis arm ste f is ioft uOnde
- mltpOspmells. d 11msay bshig
Ian the uter of their1Way Ob
scure the 0001 Of thIr b aw
1 ~ 1 n I I


is ofti tboagh to b respe-le
for a tfat' les to wia ghtl a g
el peer hea b. The efm a mml
i that the child hasw vm. Tey
Ot the ish-mest of theo ad and
te baby starve, aesa emeso
Whiea's Crom ermnim ae eh the
wms mad Muri'er the eM.t m

A. Josmea


ITw usesLI~ m-~ em ---L
TMon mom l




e m.. isow
Abdm bmbm dW de 4



no tat"spbsoha. th-


of -a -e saw epsi of
flts Sa hr G pow ur m
'bb baum sOWes8 VW fVI
4 09s ol m bdow o% ub
Doom& O(m. Wubm ad
mmu-b _~,- arr
qry bw otm e of Ge p
GempWI


7% sum dkat Mof a k
is wes bowe&BMWDdon"as
it sooa tWith sswo n bm d

of the isbft Nese'h UOR* -
, i dymomm ed in
ofofsih ow t& i,
hasle IVW.IL. a


M. Cheer. msee o maf wwon ~s P We am
d a the vWesob lMl pl at 61K L P. U gW of
A oes at Prairie Creek wass il the t W ib21L a1 a a* a
ety yesterday, heain ear. Mra the tea nty gld f t. doa da e*f b
pu-rps of hvlng his had dressMed M
ad otherwise cared for. While ted
am am of the MaeMhes there a hrd
was threw agalet his foremames,
trt auttst a was pN a toa hs OW
NuOw mal yesterday. Whe e o O W -. --
(Ire hado hat l ea ol atob tharem
.l me its elte. wh hbe at ewe e
*ulted ed ical aid. &^ --gr M

fus urts .... .

AN 12 18u worts
Am C- --em A *............. .... -
A funt ~hM .................



who cast eat a square weal without
.r 4l i MQuMata ................. 14 S mmmmHl





after paa and distre ss. Qm" ... ...

Go to J. W. McCol & Co's. to- 12 ful l qu t ................
day and get a box of ionua tablets: uny gt" MY .*
the great lresaription fur lndigestlui. 4 faU qmLarts ................. 41 L
and stouac h trouble'.. 6 futl quart ................. 4M
1 2ful quart..................La



Take oae. or if your suffering is o. *in-- f ....... **.........**
tease, to tablets with or after mealp ***
aud at the end of le da) a If you can't 1Vs l S***le*n.
eat a square seal without disarm e u ise i. .... ... i-
Wo to J. W. MNCollum & Co's. and get lul .. ....*
your mon ey back o.Old 8b0a : 0% f ******
That's where the square deal eames attolled i b hnd by th S.L G mt.
4 ftul qorta. e-usma d .-...6"*
bu It MIrea to really a stomagPh p 4 -, Pot ............. 0I t- -t
baiWer of great mer it every day tll f if .. 0 .
Iste Miona wisteal ar stmalh p' 24 full ale.um m .. f dayt he U full he. optoad L








makers receive mare thia a doses
ters from grateful tut Preople w Io tt bi I ,
lo to i. W. Me--allure -o's. an4 B( .......... ...







state that after they ahad lst a ll ap
MAJHa ucred.
The quick sad l positive a rtm aofM Vi. 1 -


Just exactly the cease of your rbe-. oe as U t he stoma of c a A
matism. but you know you have It. water-bramk. our rIomi ad M heart
Do you know that Ballard's biow burn sis north % lot of asey to kay
Uniment will cure lt?-relieve the suffl-rir
pala. reduce the swellin and limber Why not try MIl-na at J. W. )e
the Joints ad nukscles so that you Collum A Co's risk. fity eeat
will be as aUtie ad well as you ever i bu) a L rle buo
were. Price 2Sc. 5c ad $1.00. Iold j D. Howe. Gardner. Mas.. ays:
%y W. M. Johasa. I "1 suered from severe pains lu me
stomach. I tried digfrent recuedle,
Archer is Grewing. Ilthout rellef; after **eoml two bou te
f Mi-Usea I found am flf ruoipltty
From Wedueoday's Dilly bus: i- I found maf clr
cured '
A 1 ('hauhlliu. justice of th*e I -a-c
fur the Arc'bher district. was. .a .itor MIna I sold by leading argst
ut tb ciIt) ) .sterda). lie alt ., r ,
iithe l-aerlripri g druggist of that i'la(' e m m


.and states that tbh cit') I1 bao Ulo
lihe utue. uchh mlujrutuwemut be lag
t4 it c'a lle- amu t lg the" I c-el, ict"e ~e*
li on'


Itching
IorufsaltI


lilt'r protukI profanity, but
sou't cure them Luas a


(Jiut&Unciat urre t-b~iN
jproutiudius iiies after )
wug At m&1y drug store


A. bleeding or
ears (of uffer


('as mimirk a' anmey- heshL
Csmrh i I w. ck a o a.bdjam
imalalar .. ~Is4lus Y~lb bud1suL
t~no~kA 01 A R
F" Weu bow 13""N" vma
Saadvw b wwtd aWWne" nsmh.


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ti W. Macau, Cadihw of du
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40*8g s manomdweeam o
ThE *"OL ad
44*1 ma an M is f-wor U% we tw G6
a Nd .4" w wat@ V_ vwm aar
ftsm m eaL N W owo WOO
as "a a amftee& hu N q ft 6
t'~ow 60 ow am vo h%





ow PON"= d as W" we@" E ici



wailL ftd RA
asm m o L


-; ~- bu the
sa "o "mom The on be

I S* VW fbh Weklln Ak
now. We logoha*. sm oftm Io..
to a e iiga mb"eSIa
49 ibbepid tof No&*SofhMe
aw Sl bb t0meseW W II
*WW nMW-dSIthe 606 WOWat bMM&
-f t W onI e&ho f usas The
bw am usas116 UM
qpoe -usbums vea.wm owho
ow web m b G moaa d m stake
.bot mmiiiJebtM IM. ile. She ar
havto gbesa apgisv~d Way It. IOW
WAG "IUM OVa&.
Nepal. f~mes.. b. mom %*~arswA
with aUNookt wih rblatest kbeill
L.UAu Wet work. 'was glIrSa aproliamB
awl hwimg @behee Jats m s K. CU
ft meeday ami bumd oa% r is th
mm WI tr hi eapperamv as The
m two of mafl
t wIg bha re -- -- tha O4urws
pmUW biiss pbstal sad s .bamlo
tighW Be a sewemu4 d ems ahb
Smaboed aM Anmrnda
A- -r mm bemew m tun rI1
mm et&W o San Cook m b hdoom
dkw hr reaI. leimekat to
$ a V Ba v SI d M p1latW h#
ps am "S"


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'km ~Yr -lr SI r

m b.. ago -0tn
41014 US Nmbgo SIM a bs eM
am *sftvwm Wo I**s
Seado mnuau mkmd 00 O
-m -of-em se The medmid
- IN a pg Isassaha ,14 iseb
I"Sasebo ha b m hea" e

-O Ibs W ew W belle w.be
has mowed as 0the ietre %bthat St1
be imesbd Ow the inwo~m SI the
pithe hW bIsam Of"'hI pem the
#wamI hbede winl ab" 1mp h-
sofn SI of the Ubse ms .o
60 plum


Ius "" 0Piam p.
$m "m. #am


rrrr -' SI,~I
OW "No m IWID14 a

IspoI W "1

is m no s iow A


Yow OWad arft room*

"So 110 so pobembd aI .
- *0 AN* VMhe bPW itM


a OWas s I*d t A "o
*meb va l -eOW a$ew
SIa e e thto ow *Wba ,W40
Im" m l toll 4f"*% Iato
MW INGAN-O(k A m
trn Is lo we "-- ap bkm





on IN purw''L' ~"'


Iwruvu towhee be" so
1JI.
a~bed ft a gumerel qp belft

*ameWam W ~tl "pa
spsm a awaswseem mee
be Ims to Mbets*we a go W
bom ba NWISA ad tlpod hb" b.
WI.. mW"bW d mm rOWIMAmb
htr W& feamdI. a member sI mi.
one 04010"d to M4 ad %bte 60110
ames Of this WMeV* Watjr beat Wasmh
Bases t dtoh.kThe heter aba
datat.%hat while, e No~ WM we d
%hboy woyhm "eovwWaheegies eW
tel %bhy 9W tb tq* I cltke"W *W


FINAL. WHISKIES

Want to Sell You

XENDALE COMPANY

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W Wh ew I o e*i hr was a hi
I t "%% sot Nor, "lit #T
m tel litb Stwen* INs te mit t he
VlO toi r** S( (rthi t*1" esr P t
am hr iwttes *o l 44>t he rt



to weo tm e I et bmw wla.







rll tt of 4Teir ig htus Jt-dil Ia l
"eat, at whIch .'ina tried mthe casw





Ifte State. Jt am" t Kelley sad Ix
N. t0t0u. chaond with thew mr-
aw of W. C. Slr might waOtchma



oR the Allathl ( edat Un shops at
I $% prag. Is Aihu uw t l"4. was
4 60 it Clider at 4I0 otlok t e~ r,-
dlr lrnilnl, Judg J. T. Wills pr *

etr bk O tber t a state waitne who
wa ft OtH Atattu ast te bhor of adt



,in' Mr dayr waa rer allied. a d
m seu t o ed ato a .r*d c-r T am e

3. I oari IIthe MT Wits ar Ir
*h the"eii ralld by the do.
bItse strl we. l rMh ult

60 dar t o the two a*& who m
be magubmis combs dews the reek
SIA PrT er ta. the bkllirg of .14
riwft Wraite tstated lhrt ome do
winlbd t mr bWfore t dhe roner's
SM. AIMtd by the State why he did
no tetIfy be ret the crmrso Jry

my a(d met val em tlierd imre 1imt
"mer. witmeee repied Irat he was
ra1 aah setmW s sad Ithat bhe wa
agfr*d he wuld be o*bt. le dclrotl
e wAdl rt 1ns tire pr or tn th' irst
Wg d bIbe bese shot at is ld g b
*t. Wltaks refertred to ret sn o


t sof mshendull. lvrlmcripll%
whie t, wht Wast stHeae fdf arsaf
A High &~r eg *e wrir be wash p

IL N. KNgOt wMs is High a urinti.
M e wao etahd as plhatom of pam
Mger stat *m at th time I emrs w as
uetl. Ju prk to the abostaug hbe
ow i ideal rr.M smhu ad H
lbee stamdlt tag ether ou the ftreiht
W~eb phaoitArm. 1miSeri thw
Rveeests of the me. tbut did so0


kim Mad UM *ted torfdW him 1si'd
e. wae is frsm. Smith second and
Sitarr iA the ee r. Heard tes dv s nS

&o ream and if thero is antunds tr'
h h c.b thee. cers. we wl l atch
th t AwlMet that time ealdso"n


K W tred Mwrm hIehid a Sat car aind
tar felI. Another shot at ar lrlh
Sew sreesad. afafr the arst repnoat
ems ra mli' lhb' asrluohrefd caritins
*-; heari a Mumtbr (of shots aftr
aftrd a ttrmias of dpot
0. (Yessetamin.t ;ou alne-u .d| t
1s (urh ,tanhat l thea'svht his ta-*t


I t) se talka down it arit flirts t
ho dim sW sign the sae.- WIttiu'


A.A i-a .si a k k --


olf ton h'e aould have to be atlte ,d yard foreman. and remared: "I hasL* 9t *a" alp U It res
it) Iidenm told witmesu that1ou *- three us my string ow holdingn ug p ato amems.s Mi. Smt
,,s,, had shot at him 4atvidson) that ibr~e I- ers. ttlha a stedW mom cire ~Kenle w
"" ight ard master dustlet me a!oe tthe ret urat at the timen A@e
it.. t.. esitia t. Nfore the grand make It four." they ~eft th restaurant ad rtd
mlr' at t;.ti".atill *" a*", t 'iP*0i6t 'ltauel ita ta h at aw oO- ukp *I a -t -t l
I,. dil Ihit I.ll ., Hir, th, Igrnad Jur.n ca Kelley told hiL hat he kil led *(d l ae sha i bIm Im
Ith, nf~ir- tilo al h*lb- klt%% whallt* 1 o.larntd and did b bt mw ew
a.r iisg > a. iik.l hd Nothing of Iaportaff developed Wmn. ws d le --y
Wilasam d,.nl,.I 'ls1 b. Iil dl- upon -rues-examlutLou of this wit- ol ige by the reek no.
1Wit finl.. dn h uhue rust o There wo ere everl gI tUmeeI l
..hf 111 gat t i' At 3:tca baDjl. the roetauramt. rbut RKtey w t
Irfl..d to l .,tia ts t' -t lA i At 12:3 court adjored til asly uma, reag-mlnd. a IKeey
laut. *Xt il rud utin t o .. k in r h d a--
1llil Ib- rsmi rrmLsalA Ih thw" caItd ibOP k to hb r. W a
.h1 i.k a: ,e rst,011'.1t1 the-* II Aferwe st ated that her hushed is 4" ad
I(f I. a: *NtlUl *,i, imuetllh aIa" Th cUrt ** BI* t wIt tl sh I r e r Ow eadlt
H W.-r. kh.uss dr(eudsaul Jame.- T. he co was* *M called tos
K.L, 1 .') IIWas A1 I Ilth itigb e 2P.i. asr wa I awreof Iia or
the light .sr lis a llas kil ll r jS x L S hw depty sh r e 1 i rest Munt she m aw hi t tI e Al
.th s.f,,l llwks aer hlek killing s aod ker cst wo w the sd y jaiu, where "e west wit
. f* a t ofr the ktlH.t aerd we court adjourned at man. wo ather adis to vI MW pW
a.l ar. as Iot. he bd a vero r.ecllkld fur a brief ..ama- --ta- e
.ata t i KIloy it as a rainy The e ,t witas es iaed was D C~art amus ed O I 8:N Wl***t
Sater .th Kiad sll" it admumt Jenrigas uof ava". .. spItlal W iIdib Ma.W
,...-i.k ,,, i Judle Vaa Geu m eart. T a Mseu mdi ta Ts l m


seter ***rd the *v uo %"


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i4 q14 4t l 4 4! ,* 44 *,0,41, i Nom*" l lI .wIN lt 1 .
t0 *0* %fmet s a**e i sh o r -' "We"ft "e 0 *4gp be 0'4
*!0-41 o* two In*** *. 9, i


lo f we4 eIto ."e -as. 11 t 1 0 1S M iN S -

SI h ts .4t..e a. An w Lta. we 4W

*r l 0 t A1 to th .a 4 !A.tIse 1 4i IMP ti r O N t IIn "
0iMM *f* t4ul 4t%*I e) 1o ie g od io" M mf S

'A'"** 0t 41i t M I* Bust l Weet a.0"am1S p91fb. 1101 do som a1
was "* te. t IN.K e. .n **%W tf M a M*ha st

of *e i abut1se Atenn *o ie a so I



019"o low OP*PON.mawti na M b | ISw am G M So so
m**-e s em rt..m a e .d- 9M
a NIng a a*SI htewy t bla at l. ba t
nro lym~eta sse at.The 10 Iase mow wosr* ea






tAt Ir 4iMdI bet ht towa II MlH 110" so
W 4 ateese owab d mh"With tab ".*' e e& A. I i G et to w ep
n', MlWte t o at tFe 1 boer w Pmo a s"W 1 I 8


eutI m m huit dei t aolivt rit s ft a mift tol"M 1. Ae iIs
AsWbe ffutwiftal Aunth St ra ofw a"egm s ab tes Mggg Uat
the At1 tette Coast l tme had @wpt ap e6 op. dealese 1W w m 9 t e :

witB s nw mests b heat mih~ b adth 4 s Mr. tra"
him ton I1H "turte owaIs Ia aIm 'Pe 5 Mi
S eh.ders r oMe r tatre Webe tt itthed meo
14I d r e nt he in tllhe wal is ho h:r P04P S






Was m to e Nh 8~iatl m aet t retao sd w1E et m was l Ovr aW*e
the atetc Coast ers bwea ald eM ard ad



two Ants. He proerded toward the Dow f te st o smln rt toa .
above. and ttah eway|two mem peak --o Oat -to P I fM deft" to Sob

mres hat ed as IM rae to tha core. Wie Id the P r fi O 4l mi teW1
They were ailttred tI wha atltl op hf t U. PtI W& Iwo "MMA
Iwer d to bI rwubbrw Vts. a -d n ee. l U e I tras a sedI itbek w 0 MtMO
ley<- hIad a ow. Afterwards he wam ew m e be a to Mb Ib so *pet IM0d l.
KthrMiy a snd Mel tvaia a me a iD t S- Ue "aot n 4:1 p. bta m 1k






meanb ploe w* TKe ie passed the k 0C l.. r .o Md. P 'ooag Bl *O W
ea to t nwrin nw dow t ly r Ht. I d II _. r W
On ereasessom emeaom witlne seao l Iar doase R aaw ame Ma Rd
tied thato b ad t ere t te o-- It i ao twadM yan U0i. ge a ss

united aid Athber and h aD. N *h0 ao |n TM b be "e a Nwi tfta
DmeI arnd nlnt pint a ntriendlycih t dpoL whimtRea b y tae wp oatb baWahe esoule h ta M
trw* ibut admitted thatboe and wtI aswmW d requestedo Mo tenafled m e mmW Ia w od

beOn iumetUkmlmal4 wXDavIeam. The rette. Wrle thes eagd e mtw to a me lt e
defesh e brhad govet the fdct that the mare: N **owe.a mbboo *otk lbto a
trobte arose oveLr "'llc the I* A t Sat thatw aml adaast m ae at tu A nM
wit owed Davidom. t Thise awdtoes. a rdr"e1W.wes SDvMN be amm u e Go
wase. walso subjere, to a e ah wb wtaKes eman west toeshe. weta hewta t*
examine. ation. tel rtlhr byy the wtot edh akam ad ru m tML 111 a tiay Idows I
Ild of a s th of the mar. roub lW ead Trh aa rtht gh roa eoied aM;" O 10011eeuti 1 t01 01
th mat litek the pott ror the two et e Whle y."Thueistoegd a that e het ha tau em loyeda a1 0b.
on r psd by him. aW hismovepatTho ol teer (o4poitg to eha Ltoea.. S i C so atIM
ments from that poitto Davidon's tte perf ratios cased by th o e.r iM m a r to La
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