Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 25, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01708
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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Cmmced TeYersay Afteman

(By Jesse K. Burt.) restaurant and reported same. A
PALATKA. June 24.-(Specal)- few seconds later IDvldson followed
Taki-g of evidence in the Kelley-Da- him lnto the restaurant. exclaiming
video murder case wa concluded that a man had been shot. and sug-
today by the examination of ive wit- tested that "we go and see If we
aesses for the Btate in rebuttal of can ind the man who did It." Kel-
evidence given for the defense. lIy was In the restaurant at the time
The opening argument for the State witness rushed in.
was by Col. Tom Palmer of Tampa. J. W. Melvatne was in HIgh
who spoke for three hours, followed Springs the night of killing of Sellars
by Judge Syd L. Carter. Col. J. N. Wa employed In Davldson' restan-
Stripling and E. Noble Calhoun ft. rant and was n the restaurant on
the defense. Judge Carter and Col. duty. at the time the guns were fred.
Strlpling both made exceptionably Kelley was In the restaurant, seated
at a table. where he had ordered his
-able arguments, which seemed to at a tab where h hd ord d h
visibb impress the jury. supper. There were also several
others in the restaurant, but witness
The case will be turned over to o reu r a teir
could not remtwmt r all their names.
the jury after arguments by Hon.
Ro W. is for df andImmediatel) after the' report of the-
Rohert W. l)avis for defeue and So
guns someone rushed into the restau-
licttor Ri'ers for the State. alld It
ranti and reported that Davlidson was
Is thought that the <-a>s. will t. sub
i thought that the a ill u killed. lie was busy. and did not
mitted to the jury before the noon recognize the man. a half mi n
re-ogniel the lilan. in a half min
recess tomorrow. ute ividson entered. reported a
Snimn was shot. and he. with oihers.
WEDNESDAY'S PROCEEDINGSI Iit-nt to the scene. Witness then
PALATKA. June 24. Noetwithbtaud armed himself.
inh that the faitous car.e o the Statt l'i'on cross-examination witness de-
of Florida s. James M. Kelley and nied that he was walking on the rail-
I,. M.. Davidson. charged with the road track Irevious to shooting on
murder of W. C. Seller at High 'niht Sellars was killed, or that he
Springs. In coming to a close within had on hi person. or Itred a gun. Ht
the next Iwo days. and that a ma- alio denied having been attired In a
jlrit) of the evidence has tben sub- rain coat at any time that night.
mit led, the case all'pearv to -till bie When asked if he did not leave High
a drawing card, and the( court houFe Springs for Archer the following day,
it. killed daily) with lt-eciators who al- witness replied that be did not. but
&pear anxious in either one wa.y or remained In High Springs for about
another In the outcome of the trljl. two allOnthh..

Court opened Wednesda d morning
\.lth the usual large crowd In at
jcndance. and this crowd remained
i'urig both sessions. u\wr.ral relfirJinI
to go to their dinner il lnar that
Shey would lose their seatl.
The court conilenet d at ? ::s1 a m
:e half hour earlier than i. u..:
H L. Thomas. first witics' lor thi
'fense on TI'uaeday. was a, '-;illil ,'
Atate for iurjT(,-e- of vro.- ex.llamall
'.0 u

8. Hopson a Witness.
II. It. Hloison was in Hligh Springs
In March of thi ye.ar. lilt had a con-
..r.n with I'et' r Iturkhart. Wit-
..c an:d Iturkhait were both empnlol
I*d Ia. tlhe Atlantic Coast Line. in
l(t.1.' r-atioun itic.', stated Inl sub-
l.':Ci' l:.t li itrihart told him hel
I ,,,i 1:. with the *";ig -h of thm'
I .' .d. adIid I'ad a l:fe tlongl jol> in
til.ia k u a d white. aill 11 tl I- litl .-~s
S ,laIl 'ei I i ll h i. Iturklharti co-uld ur

W ltne'p, stated that he. i. a ni:ii a e ,... e... l. r-.. t ..,
f A u t a1nltulo' att4 1 6 ll right l Ilurkhart.
Sf Augusta. (;a i. am ni e.h.tlll t .
ade.. a ad wta~ ,.n ila ed Ia i..,. CO *1 I .s ,, te-i, iiter l.;m t.I1 .1 i
I, i.l1.un#t K .lh",1 Ilurkl.art | tolld wIf
f the' A ( 1. at i1ihlI riS, 1, ng- 1r t ,,
ix or eight week,- prior to ilIh killiiI t l li.. i in..tig. l1iil
f Bellar,. anld for -e'\icral 1c e.k' al ft'r
,le houll ill ,'e W itnll? .la. t-id i .r.t(t 1'. a .,
.a lly the s-ame si. tior.n a,. r,.at. elld on c l a, 1 .14 ., 1 .i1- l t. I
|I s t hi I aa-,.s I ls.h, i act tat is IsIa
-ite staud Tue.-da-. W h, a.ke d I b ti. told ihart uo
, 'unieu l for State if he had e.\.ti i
Ie .n con tedad on a1ny nirai.. wit. '.r -.xai aion. ll.- %it
tephi*ed that lit, hail In -*%n chi c aIt44 Ol h h-ran a rat i t a w-la s tat ai
St- i Sad ailIat it. i in h. a t and Itur l latr l iir d at ile
twr assault and batted ry ul o) tIhe, p- r s. a nti r bl burt t
-ID (of a lgKro .1lini loi d of HliKh S priilgK. iald
Mrs. Smlth Recalled. II cIu u ocil c.ia-l-. after killing. Ilurk
MrS Flannie Smtith was recalled hlart apliprloachtd himl anld a-ke'.'l hLI
Stated that her husband wav a imia shat lhe am,. dolg. to whtliti Ih win.I,.
Shihit., aUld % a.- ei1alo) .d n tih.- r.Illd hat he t as outl oi i.lwlh
IhopI of tihr A (' I. al Iii ti Sp jrlmc Pie -ia lurkhart tt:in told hlli t1I.
t* ihe' l ,i otl kll. klisll g ot S. llars would gui4e hlim a jolb If be ciwitnlles-
\'st .... .-'at l i h i ,t had re- l 1. ,I I11, ll io as hl told him ll 'it1ne1's-
Sili:h l .a I I..1 w, o e-.-nl ".l d tol, klnolw tiht nature oif the du-
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P 'ukhairt a .,3 t:d w itaaem'r that he ha.!

WASHINOTON. June 34.-Ptle
apples were again brought nto proml
nence before the Senate yesterday.
The duty on pineapples la bulk was
fixed by the Houve at $8 a tbousaan.
which was reduced by the Na-t
committee on lance to $7. Mr.
Tallaferro of lorida sought to re-
store the Home rate. Sayhlr that
pineapple could be Imported from
Cuba at 50 cents a thousand cheaper
than they could be grows 1t the UIn-
ted State even with the 8 duty
added. Mr. Taliaferro disclaimed ay
desire for a protective duty. He
washed this duty, be sac, beeaau It
would Increae the revenue.
He said that the duty on pineapo
ples would be doubled so that, a
even the importatkio from Cuba would
,'i ec reduced, we would 1gt W$0.0
In the way of duties instead of $10.-
S*) as now.
Mr. Talaferro yielded, as he aid,
the floor "To those gentlemen w
propose to speak for the eanmers."
He looked towards the two Maryland
Senators, who were waiting to ad-
dress the Senate, and succeeded 1t
setting a 'rise" frotn both of them
In rather indignant tones Mr. Rayer
asserted that e should not appear
for the craners kut for the seoem-
eis. Mr. Smith sai he spoke for M
special Interest, but for humanity.
Mr. Raymer crltieled the rate of
ne-half of one cent a pound on plae-
apples whe n I crates or barrels, In-
volved In the amendment of the Por-

flre the s Inate ILs pe e ma" I
wpeoded Mr. IFeWker. "aN M r -
s mate re ft trg -he w
he vowes flrI t or aen so rUOw
another eanse.
Oplo lw what be gfehd as to
"enmouims nleeate o lay on ploe
apples," unmnie f t loa e io
the eolatra of atS ae mr twit
Cbo umb aru W ae g w
shmv Iflta ua ti he s ll oa Oi

tbathe hlaur of aatr do a Q
Under the treaty tofIib he uaf
th ex portse oft this w imr to .
had tnorensed from ia n .U iM
$47.CO,.W er 84 pae nt a f
years and be en -d thaq W
shold recipreuteo ah Ikeral '
haserof o urp ledest by givMg the
Cubanssrb ach sdvusag as we
on their epotatIam l tois mtray.
Our Imports f1rom CUa. Ir. rust
ad. had increased in these o s o b
9 per at.. and he obt dWot
a lair shewiag t Ist
is -oer ofis eatI. s -ro r
tIto a treaty wish Ss t -i0
per egat o Ip i.t
Cuba aid the ow d an
amn -*aalt as ism he1

the bland.
Mr. Wornm adbe Mr. OM igather
be eOpeted the UoiVO s Weon
agan md m- army ia oOd ait mso-
ed without req the Lablda
pay the expease ,4 0-
Sauin he Ma em a erma

!,1'l', .1 to I a\ il<: i n fr n .J ,) before
rtciurtni g to the railroad If r employ
meat. btlt wau refused.
D. II. Taylor. manager of the High
SloIngi Ice *Manufactturinrl Co. re-
Inted a similar story regarding what
Iturkhart bad told him.
Davideea's Da o ter Testisea
Mrs. Cinma Ld4mondson, Caghter
of D. 31. Davidson. one of the de-
fendants. was placed oa the stand.
W\'hunel was in High Springs ou the
night Bellars was killed, and heard
the bhots. She was seated on the
front plasa of her father's home. J.
H. Fields was seated with her.
Fields related to witness that there
was a "spotter" in town from Tampa.
who had been sent to break up a lot
of car stealing. and that he would not
be surprised If there should be some
trouble that nlght. When th re-
port of the gu was heard Pields
-rjse and exclaimed: "There! I ex-
pc.t cmetody is shot!'"
On cros-c examination. witnesc
-stated that Fields came to her home
about an hour and a half before the
killing; that upon bearing report of
the gun he keft and went In the di-
rection of the shooting; and that be
returned to her home about thirty
minutes later and Infonred her that
Stellar had bten whot.
Witness s btted that she was engag-
ed to be married to Fields at that
The court took a recess for a few
moments, after which Walter A. He
Nally. bookkeeper for the El Perfecto
Cigar Manf. Co.. Palatha. was called.
Witness resided In Mavannah; knew
D. W. Jernigan. one of the witnesse
for the State. At this juncture Jernil
gan was produced before the witness,
and was identified. W'ltne testited
that Jernigan's reputation for truth
and veracity at the time he lwitnelss
aas In Saiannah was bad.
8. R. iMciowell was a resident of
High 8irintg at tile tllne Sellar. wa-
shot. and a' unemployed as a meal
cu tte r Ily hDavi',l- hid not know
Sellars i eisonali.i land 1.; i not know
lie had been shot until the following
iin .rcioi' .
J. L Shaw. a State witness. wa
recalled b).~ re.lteii. of def(en aind
iqu'e-tiiluved a' to, a- (i iri .rsatlon I,
t(ween li lm-lf andi olne ( ('. Martin
in lake (';1.. r. :ardinn g this casi
W'helnl a-ked if he did not tell Martin
IIHolla the o4t aionll referred to that
l'ljI.e i'-olpile II iK h 81rlnKgs had it
ill for lhima t ihe w itse-I and that
the ilte*lil 1.t' to K t I Vo-i-n with Kelle.)
lliil la\ld- -on ilh Ihi. c(ar -. W it.re-s
* replied th-l he- did 1it1
'Court took a r,-cf.s until 2 o'clock
Afternoon Sasion.
The aftetrn to order at I., theI prIisouner beiug
a fe-w uonioeits delayed oni account
of a confereln-e' wlli the-r liawers.
J. .1 hi4lithI. State. witness,. was
re- called Is r leque-ot of defense. Wit
I..-P. *lat.-d Ie tait KlcJly about five
: i.:t( .l.*r t11 l!,xtinu of ellars
Ili kniew lierr Ia ile-Is. and was
'*1i'rl tolledi ,*.ardllJi a certain con-
\i r-tl(ln hit. hacd iitn Ianlels
fi-i r' Ilani I .:i I 1111 .. uiMIC,. ir In. a*i.ua i.5 v <.r

Ito I1ie nixavr mI Ume1 r mllerI
d1it on any ground exceIt that of a
rt v, nue producer. and Mr. DlIvn and
Mr ln< s iiuggl'-ted that he was ko-
"'. 'h.'r :'a'lt rt tI c. uase the) were
'l1w I,'il' i, I to vote for his amend-
nfiert a a Ioll y of protecting an
Ani' '' n11 I lustry

Mr. Pletcher's Peelte.
"I am going to place the matter be

o: duty was 6 o'cko-k In the evening.
MOr. thle vame day that Sellars wa-.
hmil he arose at the usual time In
itr. afternoian and Was In the uslunut

Io a'-hunIIc" his regular work

lie de

-..........-e1"`~1 -riheo d saaa mautely theDim c'aemts, of
Aliail Cc- 4,a..-1 51 A1, on Jc uice. 6

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'o a

SH lih ild haimn that he 4 i4allhs
IIn tihe aitingl riuiai three- ulin
asiti S Ilar-' c;i- -hot
Kelley on the Stand.

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it.01 11 iaea.; a Ic 1 le .
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i.e il. ll iie flll i .I l tela. I ll u l l
le1 ~,l LI I Ilt I I l, il < a i e li1ce1
lat1* 1 til. iIl.a -. 1. I o elm hr daci) agd
tn11 i ,, -c Ia 11 --lling of lSi liars
,i a! | a'1 0.i.-' i 'i, rentll ig tlller-s
C, ,H I* t t ". je't i01 the s',* tlalor, I
1 a.. iii t ia h ac th e- lcoe. a't.is
Sc,.i 1,4i1 hi, r, atiarkc W itne''r
,.' tL.t. hti- i' K'ila laour to go,

himise-If and crew during the c-arlb
a-ieiimiaK. aald up to lhe. lillu e placed
ili- etnlig.0w oi tIh*' c-n ale*. aItout uase
l.i aires d .ird. li.ritavt fronsa *hrre Ithe
- jIo i(r mi vaccurred II Wh l the- eai Iil.
hIiad I a is, |lasi(a i a tI ihe- .*1A ha
1, fI iliaaAti lioel aic tl lit to liaCld-,ta- A
I'-,- ,ll l Mis l I0 K' I Olla.i-Stl lhl i 1 *e 't
I l- a.- .i lcmul II o leo k ior as i.ear
S f ltilh) arenl at thli holeur On
i, 1 d c% I 1I.s r.rl .:111IAlll e hI(l I|, ed
I) ai'-, in itud (Istwo r litrre oilher nwen
ail.allslilc k i atr Iha i.as lo.-alier de-pit
platisorits lItu thought Uotblhg utaluual
,o II a- I*-oih aere always standilu
i i th il% i lillt) f the dep. t i lit- W Allt
to the I f-pl'urantl, abhre a nsiaU byt the
iarlie ut U ll.ainue *ae oni dutl He
ordered i0a.s thi ug .te a t Ih 'llsa aa e-re
. il I 11 tn i i*v r lt I h at

Cuba go to some forelg power, whv
we ever can permit or to take i
ourselves, while I hop we never
stall do." be declared.
By 24 to 30. least TaUaterroW'
ameodmet was adopted. Ths was a
deffet for the M ias eommattoo.
The anwaedment provide a duty oa
$8k pr th(omand on pmleapplee or a
half a cent per pound la helk.

he etkled casually, but souM not
recall all their names. Whl he was
sated at the table, a few moment
after he came in, aad was waltlag for

hi supper. he heard two ots. a, nd
in an instant me person whim bhe
dLi not recog leie rushed in the door
and exclaimed "Hoy. Shorty David-
sun referring to D. M. DavidMao) is
shot There was ome onlfu tou
but in as instant lavidson anrved
witb the InfwornaloiU that a asa had
It-en shot at the depot,. mad David-
-on suggested that a crowd be aorms
iaed to go down and ae If they emld
not lund the Isanr ho did th shooltigM .
The wItnsMM wlth olters, Immedliatel
1t ft the reatauranit and weIt to the
iseneale of the shooting. where he a
a wma laIlug down. The mai wa
woudjded He did sot eveu know Ihe
ana. and asked hie same. He aa
slied i picking him ip and placint
him ou a stretcher
On crus-examlaatlon witanes stat-
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SmtW Tdk Ni SmI i bbW ftI h-

tcct fc i~l nft CNWaL

Ida Senator as being equal to L2 -uch II "dvmae. lI.
cents a crate Inatrad of 14 cents ua- fot dalre tlat W pgaeUvoe a
der the Dingley law. Mr. Rsyner sad vnge of o releo wiith O
he would prove Mr. Tallaferro was ar otwelghed any exaos the. tO
advocating a high protective tariff. ITited l Satls ad been put to
"I holl the PSnator will offer hil coaaectlon with the bdand
,rro(,f in this ,lander or say no more 'D Cub give U tWhe -feree
about It." said Mr. Tallaferro. when ihe bougt $.0000 r 1 .W
Quoting from a letter from the worth of riles from ermiay
Florida Pruit and Vegetable Shippers' Inquire Mr. Seot.
Protective AssoclatkIn. in support of Mr. Root sid that the Cabals had
the increased rate. Mr. Ravnier show. tee acuetomed to buyLin from
-d that It w% a asked for as a. pro- urope and be uhogh te country
teetlve d.lt was daoig very well Ia Iraslag Its
Insisting that a higher rate of duty trade with the united States to the
, a- needed to make the pineapple l- extent that It was doing.
lii tr lirilnrous in lLorlda. Mr. "We mut keep Cua free, lade-
F'letr' r of Florida became nlvohled pendent and ipaceful, or ele we
Ii. the r eII h.imw mL .a hnmeJ du I- h .

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1i1n be a MWe bit repeat.
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Sbdmliem wINeh) toM hin
N am a aImysrterous mVe
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tr le. Wteas a a-
It mlght be samo. whob
l bea k Is the depat tr
posh"aIIIMb a gesU l -t,
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TLware heavily imnulated
Sar splendid ice-aveft.
bid oek e m, woven wire
res blheavily costed with
Meek tin. The hardware
b o the heaviest, made of
b- and full nickel plated.
O ranteed to give ntifao-
,ion. Call and me them.

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easlUy bho them up" or words to
that efet.
While tb three se (Davldson.
el a-m d Imnth) were together talk-
ig or Ur Me I 9M. somoa pas
ed. The wlitme ateatlom ws called
in a atss of tfh an, Ma Da-
vwMne w "-That Is a negro." to
whih all aeLed A shot tUme later
whi Da ril lena and Sntth
we- giN ta ether. ht Imoving
d the aot was bred which
-PMOlM senm' s and eansed
bi desth.
The three m were sandiu close
et-er whe the shot was red, and
the wneas descr'lbd the respective
pe-Il-mof the ame. Se mra was tn
a positlo where he was expoed mot
pro mlaetly to the coatets of the
ges; aSmth at the time of the shot
wa between the witness and Sellars.
bt as oon as the shot was fired.
ar witbs a very short time after
ward. witne explained to the jury
how It was that Smith worked him
as quickly Into a hazardous position.
whbo he cried: "Smith. for God'
sake dmo't sthoot ane.
milth had a gun. It was a shot
gan, and be had it in his right hand.
barrel pointed downward, when the
abot from behind the fiat car was
Bred. Smith endeavored to get his
gan leveled In poaltio to fre. and
It the meiatlme. the defendant wit
sees having aous to the assistance oi
lsllra had placed amself In a posl-
tie betw-e Sellars ad himself, and
I amatst direst rage of Smith's
a. rearti that In thli excitement
ialth m -t shoot bin. he cautioned
him ln the amaner as stated.
The defendant witness stoutly de-
aSod the statemet of all witnesses
tIplicatlta bap l this homicide. He
dealed lat ferences of witnesses that
he had ben connected with theb
hobacide l any way. and denounced
the testimony of all wltnessar to the
oeatrary as absolutely false, and with
oat foundation in fact. He was par
tcularly severe on some witnesses
to whom he stated that he had been
especially kind on occasions when
the witnetsste needed financial as-
s~tance, which he gladly granted on
account of pe*r-onal feeling and friend-
The defrodant wltuvs staeird that
he was for aevn or igslht *-ars coi
nected with the AllAi Cat 'ti>st I.lln
ln the capacity of s.i--lal iiagent -ii 1,
that be 'lost out" altuut I't.'l. iobt
a friend who held a hither I.lll,>hni
It was no fault of either he or hi,
friend that he "lost out liI. a-
SIling a rels|umsibl ,e 3anld cntiers(ati<
position with the Atlauticr ('4nalt I.lhc
and no reason as aierl ,lted for b l
I)alideon was subjected to a rtlid


T- -*- X ---- ** '
*dOW iii Imo -V =--1
TWOh i I mI0S 191 i11 I ,1116

Of all the women In the world, an
actra most ardently desires beautl-
uat and luxriant hair. And when her
hair beias to fall out she becomes
anxous, and Intelligently seeks for a
preparation that will stop the havoc.
grow new hair and give life and
beauty to the old.
Jam lawyer, a clever. handsome
actress, has this to say of -Paruiian
"To whom It may concern: Have
rid most every hair tonic available.
and at last Parisian Sage was recom
mended to me, and. as a last recourse.
used It to my entire rati faction. M1
nair has stopped falling, dandruff stop-
1ed. and my hair has grown two
Inches In the last stven umoths. It
is the bett and only sure cure for
thin and short hair I know."-Joan
gaw:er. S East 9-;th street. New
York City.
iarilan S& iv th hcr.- ..'ific hair
ic.,:ure'r that hast c('iti.. uth a au-h >
satlon since Its introduction Into
America about two years ago. It Ii
such a quickacting pretcripjtion that
every agent who sells it Aill guarau
tee It to cure dandruff. stop telling
hair. splitting hair, and Itching call,
l two weeks. or money back.
It is the most delightful hair dreus-
inl in the world, and is highly praised
by society women and actresses who
have luxuriant and glorious hair.
It will turn harsh, lusterless hair
Into soft, silky and luxuriant bair In
a few days.
W. M. Johnson is th.* agent for Pa-
rislan Sage In Gainesville and he
sells it for 50 cents a large bottle, the
largest bottle for the price on the

May Locate in Gaineaville.
SW E Mlorris of Maconu. (ia. has
arrived lu the city on a short \lsit
to his brother U'p to within the plast
few aee-k he has been iieuKaw-d in
the job Irlintlng Iuaini-e. it that c(iit
lut has retlin uiil~hi s l id iii itioin teo
(coiie tu this State tiu loate p-rtuia.
lt'eli)t aLd I ll nKa IIn tihe iuall ratne.
buslneirne Hi- will lk k o< mr their l" Ii
and selecit his. luattio

A Vital Point
The most delicate part uf a balby
i. it' bowl. s -e ry) allurlelt tika
It suffers with attacks the bowels al
so enidange-iltuli lit most cases the Itl,
tf the fault. Mc(ee's llaby Elixl
cures diarrhoea, dysentery and all
deraugements of the (touiach uI
bouwel Sold by W. M. Johnson.

~s 1 Vh~ d. ~urg.vn.'i s~iuclijg
[AAVUO& -nn. it o mbui mls. sqcjkclr. umr cbimm. 6=60M
MWuk. MW perfuse \" A i. ajkuu iaa s la nk,
6 L AT IPMds at mi u is IMA w. V. te h aw a h *d thair
sInrfrCW Pro tly Ll.:~ .. r J,.6 41ulsl ad E.
DOCS NOT CO' si ailitf HAIR

Let the CoalFire Go Out

I rno-eamination by the I.roT'cltiton.
but he was flrmu l his orlainal state
mWat. lie did amy. In re.i.i to a ques
tion as to whether he, nis e cir conm
victeod of an crine. that he had plead.
el1 lullf one time to ,ellilng Ilquor In
Alachna county v without a llce-n.t
but added that when a defondn't nwa
arralined nIlxn lth,4 rhairge' tht It
V .I h, al r to ip l ,:0l suilitv and Ipa.
the' fine ,nd ~osil. of the. court than
to haWe the expiwni'i's of a lawi.,r.
Seller'p RelativI Present.
During the noraing session Mrs.
Mattle Sellars. widow of W. C. lel-
lars, and L O. Sellers. brother of
the murdered man. appeared In court.
and remained during the entire day's
session. Mrs. Sellars a petite lit-
tle blonde. mall I stature but with
a most attractive appearance. be
Is blessed witl a gey a l ow of
waving eheetut hair and a pair of
blue eyes whlh are very becomlag.
ad bse attracted coasderable atte-
tion as h eaterud the court room
with her brother, L O. Sellars. and
took her seat Imnedlately In the
re of Col. Tom Palmer, who Is a-
slatil state Attorney Rivers In the
prsecwtlos. The court room was
crowded, but many chaired were volun-
teered to the little lady and her es
cort a they entered the rail. Mrs.
ellars appeared to maniest a deep
laterest In the proceedings.
At the coaculon of Davidson's testl-
mony the defense reted. and the
court adjourned until 8:30 Thursday
mornnla. when evidence In rebuttal ao
the part of the State will be taken





Fire, Life and Accident


[e ahe a m*" top a
amr'.pbe. .


-- F. B. MYERS. .Manager-

,i't In kl, for nt .ae i r
no yood as thrir.


Murk sutmt

0' nde b.



l'rvoieeia .
1st Vice--Pnry-.

E. It.

au ci ('CA iier


Cs iW Ful h


Surwp s~Uilui b Prelis

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11. F. L) UTTON




I )"it j It Ii (i 11.iU fit tI-, i-k h)


zulclf-Hiow CallI do it
withtotit fIkfiiir g like a
cizu iiminl'o To) leaveyesour

tctlcell by nih'g&ti lig to

tajinll lieat tduoing t114.111
jtletic.(. li-lI YOU Ill-

TIll!.1 i,4 11 1 Ie Ct (,I)III li 1-
lilt" if your JprojMwrty l.
I .irneti tO tile gI-OLIIIE I c
A.II U.v CMthat theN, A, olebr
-,*nap Is i, wid Promprrtly.

La neur. lrM iUiAMFli

9. I -

SAt the nirt sug-
uetionof summer
wether let the
range fire ds out,
'et a N!ew Perfecin
kick Blue Flame,
Oil Cook-Stove in a
corner of the kitchen,
and at once the family
boilisg, frying and bak-
ig e may be doe with
comfort, because the
"New Prfectiona" de-
livers the ba under uth
kettle and mat about
dte room. AmuAer
convanis of the


Wick Fmeime U Csek-Sw
is it CABINET TOP-a feature found in no other oil ste
Prenmet the apparace of a ted range. Fine for holding
die-for keing aas hot after they are cooked-for
warming plates and for keeping towels handy. Made i
thrue size-with or without Cabinet Top as deired.
At your dealers or write our nearest agency.

i9 A^r L W'IP u- vm a Zmos ams "
Th P able light for -
ing, se wing or
t-ya-o, ga, conotinuouv
No hsbam lmp is made for evy household ua. 1 U seat
7WIr dealer, wri our ere agency.


-PL.Y--~ --*



T__ IV ItlvY tI'1 4 IFvOitKV LE. PLOBIDA. JUSE 23. 1909 3

"Natures Gift from the Sunwy South"


Shortens Your food-lengthens wr life

Cottolene is a clean product.

it contains no hog fat.

Its source is clean-

Its manner of marketing is

clean--it comes only in air-tight tin pails. Compare

these conditions with those surrounding lard. Lard

is made from hog fat-often impare and always in-

digestible. Most lard is sold in bulk-exposed to

dust and disagreeable and contaminating odors.

If purity, healthfulness, cleanliness and economy

appeal to you, insist upon having Cottolene.

Made only by THE N. L FAIRBANX COMPANY, New York, New Om, Chel.


Popular Young Couple United in the
Hely SBnds of Matrimony.
A brilliant close to a month which
belongs preeminntly to brides was



Calls for let. Cokers, Stov\'e
Siltvrs, Refrigerato le-. I
Boxes, Fly Killers, lee
Picks, e~tc.


Keep your kitchen
Joy buying your wife a






bill.qt ( ath ll' I a lig *.



IOtr t.-Cl 4liEla1i(dl fuel
edlI .1114 u1 willgive
I Ile w 14,10i-ftcjeilOf

the wedding of Miss Myrtle. the oldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wash-
inoton VFennell. and Dr. (torrge Selden
The marriage was solemnlsed at the
First Methodist church on Wednes-
day afternoon, June 23. at 2 o'clock.
The church had been tastefully
decorated for this occasion and was
beautiful in Its simplicity The
chalcel prese.ntedl a er) graceful and
air) apliaraiie-u ailth ipottd palims
:ad It nis. abile above It from the
r i;.ii lift towered btatilci banana
pillia the altir rail In hii fe-t Oeild
i i1 i\ \ anmid g:irl.iidcs of satin rili
1 '- 'i3, .1 tili \. ia ti lit ilpi w ith Iw hit,
S I' I.- ,I h *l i o. l i 1 t'l I 1 ,, | 1 fo f or li -
,,.~e- o l Ili lcer 'I lit-.s i t iii' ms' ii- li;c i>i
i1 e I e ; s I d I I I kI ll.e il :. 1,1 i 1it
S II i I i till..ii t I; litsl Iti t I t hel tl Is
i f'li. lh t wa l us hlill 1 I'h a lti*' illl>< 1 l
i, iici:n 1 .a ii c l-- ii ie tii,- i I ii : i"' ri
S eiel I I l. it l .iti ll I'e ilai l r 1
I 1 i 1 ., i cij l oi i r >i\
V 1. T l.ihllv ol Jlack-oiiille' a life.
1 iI: r iiilcl fI(onil huiiti Il ie brile re'
t t I -* I ec ;. I 1 'l
.i ,,. i. i ld ; l 1 i.-- (' ii i I l t It tIlr
%ltli he r iW. -t iarc(co' tlei. iiimn' sil- oil
lie, s li n l i al dd d l iti'li< I Ihe i n iii 't.
F'or t la il I tilnu*it Ir, c i dintll the
er.-eicilnct lthe' audli ti. a- lf,.u re-.d
rwcI t. elections. frlom i the iusil
ailii. T The Itridal Choru,," from
I,,-,e Maiden.'" belug relidered just
i. i a n tr ailts of tht l ridal

Jtilr at Ihe ajpiolnted hour to the
ti.as,ihir ti rlitl s of Ml-.l dels.ohnil'l
%\\..iiii .l Maci h e it ret-d thel bridal
r .rl\ F'ir.- (' liu the. u.h-eTr, Mes-l.,ri
K Ii tilahni. \% 1 Pound J ('
iskitiit a W 11 Sheileard cn-reitag
I ii ali"th i Followlicr thal'sh' In
I tI aIIIIIII. 1111r 9 1i 1e-YII I
I I1. 11 1t 11 1 ,lie illil oflii ii lle
\ ;i-- AlmaiI o leth i l.l' li of lI,, t. Ie
.,' l ie ,. I I i i til i las s.1 e-li l l i

,i;,!i il.l I i l i ll.k l ith
*i| I lit l I I *'I *' lh Il i
.1 'l i.1 1 1 l I. a 1 t l 1 ..i
,i t ,i, i ,e i I iici t. el l elt!i" ,
c, ;1 -a -i' ,t l1 l t- tiP \l l 4' *it- l
-t 1 1 1 IA 1 ,| l l11 .I llilt
S. el' I. 1 I i i, i t' i .' e* I
I I| i I 'A, I, t .,i h i l

S, I I I
I i I aI w I, t l iT l-
1 I t, I
S, \ I. ..i I I l 1 .(5

the Methodist Church was performed
by Rev. Frauni R. Iridges in a very
impressive manner. During the cere-
mony "Evening ttar.' from "Tann
nauser." ar softly played.
Mendelsaohn's Wedding March *b
ilm taken up again, the party left the
church and repaired to their carriages.
Sle-re-t tlhey ai.rrie-t a Iiuiaiilent fIr tcon
The bride'a gown. in semiprincess
style, en train. was a lovely creation
of white satin The piantled front
wass handsomenicll baided with tinI
satin i umllngs. studded a lth hand
eilllbroide-red ros,.( olf satin and chiffoiw
amid from their' Ierthh which a.%-. ,-siii
larl arlnimi d. r.1l a ha't;)> silk
frling Shle- w are t.it ',, liii .
tlulted \: l-l(e'i'rllI.n la.c wit h llit.
wi llllow ,luii ehin tieitght ain a knot.l Il
iciffotil ; il Ii l ii< kwr and tl rrie'i a
i,'lllell il It ll, Ilse'1 an illi l .l,.ir "
T *ito i' A ir ili ", 1 h 4ll lm il 111 t01e
*l. 't 1 rili alo kl ll .a i nk suit
I he i ieii r i tIhe bride' wore a
i tmIIllIa o ii -.a rl igra. m ilk tis--ue ailth
0.1 t,1 l l. ll, ili
Thel joi|illaritI of the couihle- aas
aittesa'ted by the large crowd that
gathered at the station to exlpre.ss
theirr Iwist wishes. and by the number
u>- I i'aiilhl a.iti e u lt r -.enIts thli-'

The bride has lived here snie
chiidlihc.Md iand is a rreat favorite in
-w'tlal cirrcle' HtiSe is a taliteid miu
ttlii anlid I-itc'g Kraduatingt itn miusai
..e,-r.tl itar-. aKtc has had (harige ol
ith. l-orKC li f rli rirst M1 ethodisnt
I' rU Il
While the- Irouo has only liil-d
in Gauiesii'i ilei fo(, aboutto o years.
he hasli st. s iilllihIi lfor hiniiselr a fti
S ri(l( l l it IIII l. lofe l i n f di liiti trl
ii l hiai 'o> Ire i i lll it I ll al'-iiits ii isti
lhr aisd .lrs Waildo left oni tiee .: ;I
trnihi i, \. r th, % (' %1. af r a hliortl
t uIlir lof III. S -l.at alft r hlic Ih ift.r
'A i e Ite t ill I le to their fl i -ls l .11
I w c ('lh i gll, i N ll ii'e .*'l \ I i 1
i t' -- t '
Thie l ierie. ..cci.Sa e ,"to se 4 a.s.
T i 1 fillii 4 i ,ii .l i I -l iit i, e l 1 iis
I rllltlol ll 4 1 1 i il 1 I, c.at ll.n ell I 1- ll. t
S i .1 lil A ith 1, 1 .I l ii I, .1" I 1* ,

The wast ads do more real estate
business than all other brokers coa
biotd In f( c b they "*tart" maost of
tb' bultuale that tte brokers ad
agelats L',L

It Is oNw Liut. Taylor.
Ueut. Roy Taylor. who has been
absent from the city for the past two
years attending West Point Military
Academy, has retired to hisn hm
in this city. He was one of the w e
cessful graduates and after a three-
months' furlough la Galnesvllle visit-
Inl relatives will leave to be assigl-
ed to his station, which will very
likely be in the Philippine Islands.


Brius the Formts d Fi l ual0 -
Uta to Your Hme.

Gvrins cannot live when ilyomel
(piroinounced ligho-met) is used. You
Jupt breathe In this soothing yet most
iowe.rful antiseptic sir and relief I.
inin-ldiatec It La exactly the same air
as )ou aould breathe in the forestis o
pie and eucalyptus of AustrAils
rheiTre catarrh or conIsumption wasi
:wi'trr know t to exist
If iti hIa, cautarrh nud are con
itaIntl ea.iihrras e.d b(lecauw- you must
ha-ak. ,Pit and bnuufl. surely you
will Mie liyoumel the attention it de-
serves, abcen J. W McCollum & Co
willl .,.raitetv his pleas anp t remedy
to cur. A1l this distress td huuillla
lion, or will gloe )ou )your money
btack Hlyomei kills catarrh lerms
it re.llc.%e' the soretls and distress
in in\1 iiinutesl It stops hawklng
i.ld nisffliig and makes you feel like
A4 1u, lAau iIn a i#--wk. it i, the surest
And nimo(t atisfactory rat.rrh treat.
ai*-at klnuow and gla -. comfort and rw
lher to tOlisiumlpt;he'
A coiplette oulfll, liculidiKg inhalier
to-l,. bilt $1 anm lid extra bottles. If
tlllr A.r l d l lc'e* d c l Irt I l utl I .I A
i. I iii tt-'* tiute' e'ae h daY L. all you
.(. *I to s|ii, i ki)> i urc lit h li ist clhronre
II olIuaI l in told I,) leading dru -

CUM 1ndkWNtbr
II IN I dirms5 g cmar is u t" wa, rY WIN=
ko-b-1111AS. anI,* d run-a a rll WOUM 1 ili
sj, li-i l kil &,and ('W o LA -s takla,118
l's ,j'' ie AL I mitjis-i aull teowui

An a t I s a pr
As luau made hi indtheusp
el y r anm tblalnki of pmuredm4.
Haviag a ompkre 4eo f wde
w4d belg thoroouhly eappt Is a:
stawttIg ymo ar am absawAsA -
of a prbstwy accums aast sao d O
its acrar is grmunsald.
I'on't inat without a abira*--
it's extroepli el amrnm.

GsIACMvIMwl FloridI




Fwmm I---diet L

-For bkt-

Ahstrut0sf r iTlsu
To all ilA4il. in Ais ,uIaua County
on 161.4& art r

In Iir u1m
-W1%it iv tin amR-eilalekp a~w at

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rtbzle Ili
som hwe

rb saw*@d a

_OW vllsh

in Very
~WS klm an- ke

iSII1Y E U ?.~) LI~ vii e
,o S o Mr A nem e
. tWoss St4S0 GU

1111 W a n ofs a w s w ag W e i tw ic e
-as Mw b in Ab aba&musty s a
A wan nine matha age; ad names
!00'bems ee~dS to the rltl
ow at dooft so *ass a ion"each

The at that John D. Rockefeller
-a to hareb sla regarded as worthy
d ---W Yet there I no a pper-
Sit lNa why Mr. Rockefeler aould
s saim a sihar of rlelus guld-

A Mawrlt chief of police propose
O smsee the nt-dog L, a. not by
Ihgo the dae o but by h stlin tlhe
dg eO~ms o trial. A Mlssourta
Always -m-ages to bshow 'em some
hMe to whod

N --s o the me who *spend all
sai sea to scusauite cAlo ssal
go *sh sd reseed how It wos"
Sa--aed I the second and third
.-Ia Ithy miht nat trlve s.
r4 to so* aa na.

I A na GM L t IA .
TMi hs te abet ailed the
p ig m's ag md a good deal Is
ma o IWe -ad4 M na of Ife, a
Imlary Mn Wbeyd which It Si
-Igo Supped a rm's usaeftees
S or guai F tlmpamled. Du tIn
r he tmb ioe a hiftu and Oldel-
Sem for, somepeople pass it
iery i e wleWi others seemm ae-
or to rameb it. Ied. whmeever the
Mae dRes eott m t mmtaly of oe's
m wmmetlo. If -m tibak be Ir

a- I ot thint wl Eward verett-

utb day 1n hi s ay-elrtiret
Swlt a tmI u o f t***i death he

- eMsd Si the United tat-.
lae ai pltsa he had held for
y-m Bly wa M, Mard r which
m- OT thl lam io di, he Wrtb d
do "ohr day in me eightymi

we wVONad emedingOeme ofinv.
NYad at tetimeat his death he
5 ate, a be be d beM for
bW mbl worbs, a smabyeto
VN Mg ne aged, holeme l toll*
-i ue- asicaty. Especially was
a Ie o1t hims *T Times One Is

I" NII "ast a"d present. fur
lalMeMi Uerstnre and every
t er 1 ,Mr who retaloed
eiUr pvwer :at to the lt.
d in k st a lw eases their best work
W a int laW Mfe. A may
be on tho 'yAw Ibar toi yath, as
% ru mIrfully said of himself In
his thirtyith year. or his leaf may re
itn ro the very ad the freoshn
nd VWty of the sprngtime. It aUl
depends on how a man views and use

It is stra story which comes
eow Oamta-Lpleo that amoUn the
s et areves of AL tl Ahm-d
I ud -iM thM the a Fre s

in hI bs pay. Maiore. while COn-
-a nd other offiiato have not al-
wypn redt asperior to teWptation.
the eOf dipomaatle represetatlves
f a -atio have been above suspl-
As. This lea to the hope that
te present story may prove fatle.
To the O nalan aad intrigue and the
mrrupting l leface of Abdul were
nWitem. ard I to equally notorious
SthM Rsal o icMlate of all kinds are
vy m-eeptible to bribes. If the
ary proves true it will probably
tarw some light on some Turkish
AilM w" other powern that
have been a pausse.
Report has i that Col. Itryan and
Se-tnr laPfllette have formed a
new Independent party In Minnesota
to rest that State from Governor
Johnson. Col. Bryan should not iper
wit his Jealousy of the popularity of
sarb mea as Governors Johnson of
Minesota and Harmon of Ohio to in-
Suence him in combining with inde
pendent Republicans to destroy their
itluence. The Democratic party has
been exceedingly kind to Col. Bryan.
and e ebaold accord to others the
prvilege of seeking the nomination
for the Preeldecy. He certainly can
never hope to be elected President
If he joins with independent Republl-
esa to defeat such leaders as John-
so and Harmon.
Nebrsaka universityy has refused to
accept money from John I). Rocke
feller. These are the things shich
convince as that the deprestslon is

100 Reward, $100.

The readers of this papIir illI t-.
pleased to learn that there la at Ia.,t
one dreaded disease that clience ha.,
been able to cure In all Its stangei.
and that is catarrh Hall s Catarrh
Cure is the only positive tur-' known
to the medical frateriiltv. ('atarrh
being a cousatiitluinal dlwc-*'. re-
quires a countitutioial ti.atuint-t
Halls ('atarrh Cure t i take-l IIttrrn
ally, acting dlri,.ly ulxmu thbt blihl
and mucous surface-s uf the a.)'tiiln.
thereby destroylug the foulidation (of
the disease, and ishing the hpal at
s*ren th by bulldlnlg up the couatiltu
tion and asslstlinl Iiure in dolngi iit
work. The pruprieturs have so muuct
tath n its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars fur an)
ease that it falls to cure. -ead for
testlmonial. Address.
P. J. CHUNgTY CO.. Toledo 0.
SoM by all druua its. 1 oamts.
Take Hall's FaTrly Pills for emal-
. 01g"M


On of the iratet advantages ever
lktinted to the people of Flohida Is
the dime whchb are now being oper.
te more exteaslvely throughout this
section. and which will ave many
thaousads eS dollars to the people here
If they will but adopt this rkue gen
Davis & Oliver have some forty
acres planted In sorghum alone which
t.ey will use la this manner. and
they will ave mot leos thain $S.00
on feed by this proes. All parties
that have cattle to feed should pay
a vist to oe of other places.
They have put up a tas enltae and
eopper which cuts the roughae up
amd places It la the receiver at any
distance. and is an lavention well
worth the tme to examine. Besides
the se now an operation by Davis
& ONver there Is one In course of
ereetio at the Diamond Ice factory.
ad tral yellow & Colclogh are
ee having oe built, while numbers
of others are atempiati erecting
The Wetern f brer are enabled
to hip aU of their hay and saina
here ad use the stalks for their
sock, which makes them money that
Florida shoun keep at home.

Egllbh Investors who paid $375 a
qumar toot for the Union Dive Sav-
tgs Bank property may they will hold
the land for a rise. Those foreigners
have strog faith In the future of
New York.

Chicago is to have an ampltheatre
three times the size of Madison
quare Garden. This wih permit Re-
publclan conventions to make three
time as much noise as heretofore.
Iead thi want ada t inadayw.


Many a Gaineville Citian Finde the
Struggle Hard.
Wth a back coaotantly aching.
Wth distressing urnary disorders,
Dally existence s b t a struggle.
No need to keep It up.
Doan'* Kidney Pills will cure you.
Galnsville people endorse this
b Mrs. Ells. Ratherree, 201 W. Mc-
Cormik street, Galnesville, Fla., says:
"Por years I suffered from dragging
pains in my back. often so severely
that I could not move. The secre-
tlons from my kidneys were aloo r-
regular in passage and caused inu
further annoyance. Any cold I con-
tracted aggravated nW> trouble and at
such times I was in mise.cry. A friend
finally advised me to try Doan* Kid
n'. P1111 and I ditl -', Ti' tir: t fei.
.'(, s gave nm rt!i t :i::'d whtn I h !d
taken the contents of one box. th' I
pains disappeared and my kidneys be-1
came normal. lDoan' Kidney Pill-
cured me and I am glad to give them I
the credit."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New Ybrk, sole reuts for the 'uilted
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.


Fancy Horses and

Heavy Draught



Davis & Oliver




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The PahplBme Vi1Tbie

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liac-hi fur hu

Write for Prices, Term, Etc.

04 West Bay St.
W. L. DENHAM, Agent


WeAreSelling Now

15-ACRE FARM; 6 acres irrigated, balance can I*e; large rparkinlrhonue,
etc.; one mile from station; owner cleared $6,000 on place in 1907. To a
quick b yer for $2,000.
Adjoining above place, 10 acrsm and 2-story 7-room Imhou. Now $41)0.

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Tickets on vale from Jacksonville every Mon-
(lday and '1 hurdaiy lginnlig with June 17th up to
Aug. 30th, with final return limit Sept. 3Uth.
Stop-overs allowed on these tickets at Rich-
Iond, Wa8hington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
lIeduced mrtes to other summer resorts.
For information, rates, rtcervations, etc., call
on or write to A. W. FRIT(OT. Division Passen-
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Mnm of Walter McMillan Was Com- |A _'-
Hmle of Walter McMilIan Was C- A Chemist's Suggeation to a Mak er of Nt> a 14, *" th,' ,"
plete Loss by Fire. Prssin Blue. ial t t ii
The Iiii lii K 1tt iild a1 W alter The ar. nt C.oritin an il.t I.rig. .::I -.'a ii' 'I I .,r ,l, I
M cM llh:tt. In1 Narth known a the o r l,. lhIc was n(H M| il |IS a it r f p .ru .an aI.a,, 'w.a sw 1l r *, il a it ll-- '
totally da'stroy.'d ls fir*. Thursday at wh IW' h sIh,,' tn- 1 him b h thrimsuh ,t.
n r few f rks drw l14 altenti t,, the d lie i I F' lls, .r I 'r ecr cnill: lnantl
t,,rnrwn 'aat fe.w rItIz,,tni of the, cit eiting[ n,,. ts :ia"sln fer1 ly c"rntain c ,ntn 'l .' ,f ard anal Ali. u hi h.-p
kni.-n 'i f h, h h rl i,.r ie nnii r ti l ft -i intlIa a" m it i\ g ninemaclii Th.-qe nr. dlf.-ndants. the ,iht l..r-l
tN.* V 11 1,' l, I*t hI,.,l 1ur11 11d I n,**'hine c .ni.tl of lhire in- nI,,r- SI, iarlal Ma:t.-r willi ael. hetwe,.n
The 1'i s ,if ill f:.rnltur, i anI houe OO rtnrq In wh, h Iron h I Prtha erp n-tla S atu- I,.htal hours of sale. on Monday.
b; .ft t ,t tMr .N .lcll nwllnwi fall alted Ilq nlsahitwery. The pe'tlea pntnl- .'th. 19O, .l-efore the (curt he
hea" iI. u"n ,on himr. a, it I under dh C e e nMrial to1 ae w ,, lt ,ndor at (klnevllle. Firlrida. at
'**r.c4 hat n,.ithh.r the hou, or ltoods am nil. (al th1 4 l. n m l.letns s u gig"dt- le out-cry, to the highwes and
-MVs MII. ClhtL R lhv Inn lt oMnh means aluhi t,, Iede- hiAer Ifo r ac sh-teL....s. Ar d
SAYS. ...Chase.. am-W11-111.6l-&&--11111-Ur_ 2

Poor Milk
Is often thought to be responsible
for aln ifannt.lt lo,- in weight or gen-
eral poor h-alth. The cause usually
In that the child ha* worms. They
get the notirishri': t of the food and
the baby vIa.S.\ts. actually starve.
White t ('r. .t \'Vr.-iraifuge expels the
wormin4 an!nil i:a,'isul-tr the child, sure

anl. .afc'. l'i('ce ;., cents.
S1. Jasillli, ,

Sold by W.

The GaCresvi:;(e National Bank.
;- hI- r.' i;I eI. found tlhe ati-
noiut'i ati et oI lh. conllitiion of the
Ga-'it .l,' .-\. i ,....I I:tank Thi r,'-
I0,'e t 1 h<>\, t thlI t '; po ita hali; ti'l-
crr-.i-atd to ,. *.'*. -';. a % -r.\ remark-
able- howlu I, ar ai Ilstit utio n .-o
young and a gauar.lllIt*' of th- r-Kgaid
in which the otfit .- ,f tihe instituiti ::
are. helId.

You Never Can Tell
Just exactly thu cause of your rhf.u-
matism. but you know you have it.
Do you know that Itallard's Snow
Liniment will cure it?-relleve the,
pain, reduce the(' \-. ll;n and limh.r
the joints and nii- les as that .ou
will be as active and well as you ever
were. Price :.',c. .,,t( and $1.0<. Sokl
%- WV. t. John-on.

Pleased With New Location.
C Ii. W\\'Vx. uon..- f the mnozt <'x-
tensive Ii.rc'haints (f Archer. w.> ;a
villtor t, (t;aiin, .- illl ) i we'll I lea-,.d ~ iti his Ia'W .l near the, dlt awi iid I.-li v\.s that it
will be only a short hile Ifore-. Ilih
greater part of th- blul-'ii-.s actiont
of that plae' will ,he imotved there'

Out la-t night? Headache and nerv
ous this nioriiii;g? llick' Caiudlin
Just the thing to fit you for buslneLs
Clear's the he.ad I races the nerve*s
Try It. At dnir st ,ar..-

Granitevllle, Vt. I was pausin
through the('hang of Life and suffered
from nervousness
and other annoying
symptomS, and I
can truly say that
LydiaE.l in k'ham's
llegetable Com-
pound has proved
worth mountains
of gold to me. as it
restored nly health
and strength. I
never forget to tell
my friends what
Vegetable Compoun has done for me
during this try ir period. Complete
restoration to health means so much
to me that for the sake of other suffer
ing women I am willing to make my
trouble Ipblic so you may publish
this letter."-MRM. CRA. BAR LAT,
tR.F.I, .ranitevllle. Vt.
No other medicine for woman's ills
has received such wide-pread and un-
qualitied endorsement. o other med-
icine we know of has such a record
of cures of female ills as has Lydia E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound.
For more than 30 years it has been
during female complaints such as
Inflammation. ulceration, local weak.
nesser. librokl tumors. irregularities,
pIeriodic pains, backache, iindigestion
and nervous prostration, and it Is
unequalled for carrying women safely
th;rougli the period of c!har.ge of life.
It ctosts but little to try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and,
as Mrs. Iarclaysayi.it is 'worth moua.
tais of gold "to suffering women.

Buddanger Buildings Commenced.
The Eddlins .Manufacturing Comna-
nv. w*ho hav% the, contract for the
*r,( tion o(f the two handsome resl-
lti.- luildingl for .MIr Iluddinger.
>lnlitld work oi11 tl t. -allin, .' 3,lrday
A hl;r ', l'irt ,rf th.- natrial has t.'ii
Il-a'ldl oni th round and work illi
tI- ru hAd as fast as Ioasible to -com-

The Big Head
Is of two klnds-conceit and the
l1i h ,tdl that cones from a si.-k head-
ache. Ik -s your head evr feel like
a gourd and ,ur brain feel ixe and
s,,r,-. You 'c. cure it in no time by
acting gin yvonr liver wIh Itallard'b
II. r,,iz I l t it i orth tryinKt for
tI'* alj-olutt- and certain relief you'll
. S4,;d ly \V. M. Johnson.

The First National Bank.
tI'l -4 1. l i ,IIttiI. t It o i t of
Itn.- 'ir'-t N. itl .il ILmtik aln -'i in
i'll. T ,- InTl. .t h a u. Su1 io lthat rh lur
.to iii ito o r t.rl Itl I. ,, of

dl, r. I l h I % o: ir cold It4 1 ld

,, "I.'''i- a; 1 t,i l artr i1ll 1 ii i .n l.iiig

(li'od that hbln on weaken the
coin.-titulioun aild i !-' I:-p Into coll
Iuanitihou+ Fi"d.\' "' tllo"-y land Tar
cur-.ra l r.ri.-t i.t to .i,-Id to oilh r til,.tlimieit. I)o IioI
< l m : iin t't t ithl tia.trt-l, rtn;. di' N a-,
d-la.yv .may r,.tlt in ><,.ir cold ,.t-
tIigIIK iu uur lhui( J. \W. M.cC(llumn
', Co.
E* trI m I t l
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rvTei to lorevent Ine terrtle inam madeI
by the nmachblne the manufacturer
told him that it war a sinulaglr fact
that the Imrei nleie the pewtles made
the better was the Iblue produced. It
happens that In nmking prolstan bnse
lron I- a noe -'eu*ry eontltnent of the
mliture. a faIt that did not seem to be
tL'.r,'u;hly aippre.l-. d by the manun
facturer. lie was therefore much sur-
prIed ~he(n Ll;'lt tolMd him that the
r the color wn-i ranilwld off hlis lmablcn-
ery. the mn ply It. lie understood for the first
tine. mnore over. why It was that the
rrester the na1-ae from the fricthie of
the Is-etles in the mortars the letter
the Iluie pl i rrled.I. lie tbus lIarned In
an exivenalve wny that It was Ietter
uanufacturixg to put Iron Into the
mllture than to crind It off hlgh prk-ced
maehinery.- rrWeri k J. Mlaywald In
American Italustrls.

Mn Past Fifty In Danger.
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief in Foley's Kidney
Remedy, especially for enlarge,' pros-
tate gland. which Ia very common
among elderly men. L E. Morris.
Uexter. Ky.. writes: "'p to a year
ago my father suffered from kidney
and bladder trouble and several phyxl-
clans pronounced It enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised an
operation On account of his age
we were afraid he could not stand
it and I recommended Foley's Kidney
Remedy, and the flrst bottle relieved
him. and after taking the second bot-
tle he was no longer troubled with
this complaint." J. W. McCollum &

f It's printed statlooery ou want
fTe Su iasr tbhe Ow-I- to at IL

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First National Bank
No. 8am
At ;..ine.llle. In the Sctte of lPt a'l s. at lbe
cle, orf bu41llre. Jt1nc 1 S. isI4.
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L'Olan. :lrllcA Icnl
i P anit i. -aem'a-' is aI atoll*s-.a'redc
mo 3. isIsc. Ir a. *a' irra' *euisatio I
11S seana ft %a4.k. 1 vI c ,b u it
tit% ,a~-iah~Ai.t
11114-uw fl, -.11 1 s .1(
Ilasm i'.. -a'aaaaMo ti-- -Ia''
I filler It* a l- .' A tI at a.%1' .a1
tklea'fraUi N ',"Ia lar 1 k%. a1Lat i-c-
-env' .&a-t-a
IDU ia-aft-111i ate- 1s ;to3"I Jr.- a IAnk'.

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tIan cr% ....
laze'tq, SJjwoQrd irrprrr 4d&Iaa
Iue LasI. toUit: 11C I i,.aif- 1 a-0 ana
flue ,tasl~c: pru*ced l a-*prie Astaqit
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Th Kind You Have Always W t ,,. i
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leuaaa eta
tiull 311,

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.I tsa, te a ll Iv Mr a. 1ng er
ed land. towit:
Being In Alachua county. Florida.
and further described as commencing
at Ilooke's corner of T. C. Steven's
line. being the Northwest corner of
Hooke'a land. running thence North
:10 feet. thence Eant 42) feet. thence
South -110 feet. thence West 420 feet
to tf e point of beglnnnla-the same
being in the Southeast quarter (SE%)
of Southwest quarter (SW%) of ee-
tion Thirty-four .14). Township Sev-
en 47). South. of Range Seventeen
(17) East. The same to be sold a the
property of aid Sam Sheppard, to
satisfy said decree and courts.
J. M. RIVCER8. Special Master.
Solicitors for Complainant.

Let a want ad. ma*jUste a btra
for you- omethlag ye dont need
for sometAhln you do


Tuner aidbu

rtimsatc Furnishel Prmptly tad Al:
Work Uuaranme

Ieme. lFrench PianoCo.
Lnd&len A Bates



I'nder and h) \rtu of divers sad

sundry executions Ipsued out of the
Circuit Court for the Eighth Judletal
Circuit of rlorida. in and ;or Al.chia
county. Florida. on the Imth day of
May. A. D. 10o., u1a Judgment
rendered Ia the following causes, to
wt: A certain cause wherein L.
Mohr & Sons are plalotlls and M.
II. Davis is defendant; also a certaIt
case wherein R. C. Small is plaintle
and M. I. Davis la defendant; alao
in a certain cause wherein L. Mor
& Sous are plalntifs and M. R. Davis
Is defendant, 1. P. O. Raumy, as
Sherll of Alachua county. Forida
have levied upon and will ell be-
fore the ourt bouse door. In Galnes
vilk, Aackha eouaty, Florid. on th
Sth day oft Jly. A. D. IM, all the
following descried p ramal pra
erty. towi:
All that stock of dry Oo-ds. mato-
and groceries. together with tor
lature sand all other perual prep
erty now In the &ore heretofore oa-
cupled by M. B. Dalv. at Haue
Flormda, together with ln l -sad e
ar the rights. tile ar nteret of
the said M. B. Davis hn and t the
said goods. chattels and pereoma
adw property levied npom as ti
property of the defendat, S.
Dav*s, and to be sold to satsfy aid
execnuttos and eoats.
The above sale will e made at M.
B. Davis' store at Hare, orda. in-
teed of at Galmevll oa a4sont of
the cost being very great and at
great relative expense for moving the
Sheriff of Alachba County. Flord.
Plalnti' Atterey


---- IRP11 En
I5 V"0TolB


Tli Coupon may .** tv*t St The Beafn oma or at either o tb dde a-
wtmd with th consrt. MOT GOOD AMTr JULY 14 I


Groceries a Grain


No Order Too Large
S hmss 215 uSmLSFu





... Savannah


S. Augusta

and Return


traisa I I V I -\1 .1 y ,t~ilA~u rsussa ei a sralila It .-lt-,
a ~a~s~' aliat I'# .1'. 8 t1.1 3: j.'A us l

'Iicket'- goodl rtctirllilg Ity regular trainmi on or before
.July 17th, .Firlt cla e equipment.





We are Illne of






R EFa l. i t i it.\ T i 11
alitl I,, .t ,.,, t t,,\a *' all,l

Fifty-paJd Cretl n Tick II
Slt**,t:, Tow,! .,ivl l'illw

Fr e*A week only we will
sNi the celebrated $15 Ostter-
eer IMattress at S 13.50.

Fifty ,-Ipd Creton Tick MAs
Edge Cetteo Mattress at $5.45
-replar price $6.50. Cal
ad m the I

bri in r i .aiu liy .rrt."a' l i" t .Il
W, irtr P r ig*- Iot e all m**

We 6ve Vetes is eth Coteuts




I at iNIacesa CAiR.e


SNrtt w dMo Slw d irfWbed lhuds, sittuate. 17-
eIM i tmrgga In the Coatyr of Alcba. Stateof
Ssag ita It frrofst o the cosrt house oor. on
llri Dr 1 1, at Galaesdilr, Alashus county.
S m eses miar to pay the aiomit due the City
4~0 lbsr tUe Ire 1 hr b set opposite to the same,
L Twrti Coleectrmet.
T. H. ELlIS. Tas Collector.


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soti 1s a 1. I & W" W% Ai .

waA's AddBlm. rto Gal1 ft. I.
aim t W ehg0eat 3.B Sw, eerier

blows's AMditibe. asu Wr 100 -

t. 8 t.. i1 a 1.. N. t1 ft.o
in 1 g--lo a A ew -d fllaato

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rminenn 1 ft. I Nw. corner of
B. 11. Brows's AdditLoa to aln o
ti, 8. tiru l ft. .u4 W. 17o6
ft. NI 1 ft. oi.. ...............
IM I L I f7 .R5ows's A ... ..h.

eAinela at Ne. erer B. I1.
row' Addition, ruu W 100 ft..
4. 10 ft.. K. 16 ft.. N to t. t
glo nla .... ........... .......

Comoasce 2tI ft K. of Nw coeerr I.
11. Broewa' Addttoo to GalenOall.-.
Ma SI 1 I7% ft. R I4 ft. NI. l.7
I t. t ft to brnto begi....
semm 16I at N. fornr H. 11.o
Br.wt. Addwll ion to Galstlle. run
W. 1i5 ft. 7M ft.. t. loS ft. N.
f0 t. to 1 to begein.. .u
sagl aiin 1e6 ft N. of s. cOIm r of
M% B. 11. Burosu additional to
oets Addition. run W 147 ft N 7
s. 147 ft.. 8 70 ft to.. bculaftio
CIo nuim 719 ft WI oof w ormer I.
IN. Br. obr's AdUo Add'to to Gaei.
v Uo, 1u5 W 4 ft. N 157f. ft. %
t4 t W 84 tf' t, e.....i.
b4 ft 8 !1,7% f* f I,4164"Ail

A. D. S9vM ...

avsamas bMarti
lAss ChaMOy....
Males& Wchle..

Nelson Wlllams.
J. A. Mauby ...

Unknown .......

Mary OlGa ....
Mk A. Sheppard.

S10 N JoMess Harbnl..

5 1 O0 8Nusa Olam .....

S10 0 8. B. Wills.....

6 10 20 Aella Ola ...

* 10 20 Steven Rosa ....

6 10 20 A. T. Brisbne...

5 10 O2 Mare G. Sherrod
5 10 20 Unknown .......
6 10 30 J. L Mathews...
5 10 t J. M. Dees......

6 10 20 Docia Smith

Pannie Roberts..
Heirs of Violet
Whittaker ....

5 10 30 Susan Lang....

5 10 30 WUlks loyd.....

5 10 30 Thomas Johunon

6 10 20 Pvte-i Juhuson..

A 10 20 Pillis Tllitoat

S10 20 [Ivt,(-r Johimuw i

5 10 2') Ange-llae T. bob

5 lo 2t,) Srg2 Its I




















t .19

C 13

3 47

3 'a;

D. 0. o. .WALDO.



Adifi t a,
5i a ft I d Iit
iti Na u v in. It Ie: I'. I t I r 14 I
Witejr Additotilicii-'lle
(ineaaaaa, o .i. at St.$ i t s t l.'t I i. ail
rim ,I.i f ii i tKAtiIwiK .amid rui,

:.01 ft It) lt'-K 11 u II it
Ioop. r. additllip
I..t Ii I It 3 ~ R a I i( I I A01 1 It
3 kul.eur i. Addi, Ac i t .'1.a,.- ll.
()ita lot lit Mariah Ilaldr-4r',. lot Lj.Ai
C'um imh t e- u-3'o f( i S if t; S %*to% 14 -
lGt l. a'..' all- roatj S4 th*m
W .cisalwo N 4(14 1111. i slatai E
c hal I s Z4iv r,

.e or o hvmV


G1 SufIMNR Iaa am&W Ow"IL
SOl Pfs S1. Ain L eft fnem.


6 10 20 8ampson Brown.
& In 20 Wiley Jon.s.....
6 10 t20 ranci Mallberry
6 10 ?, Jesse Gordan ...

rtlnce Murray...
W. and W. A.

6 10 20 Unknown .......
6 10 20 Susan Praser...



Commene 10n ft. K. of Sw corner of
NS H. 11. Ilrown'a Addition to
Olneville. run K. t4 ft.. N. 1.'7%
ft. W. 4 ft. and 8. 1:.1% ft. to be-
nnl ................ ...... .........
All II. 1, Brown's Addition to (olnep-
ll e ....... ........ .......... .
46 ft. on entire W. side of Lot I of
H. "W." Brown's Ilat of 8't.......
8% Lots ::S and .6 t less (I) In Sw.
corner of Lot 3:., 8ewncer plat N%
N4t t' Lota 35 and 36. 81wnctr Ilat
N % ...... .... .... .. ..........
lt 15 81pencer plat N %.............
One aere la 8w. corner Lot 35. 8pen-
ctr plat .........................
One acre In 8w. corner Lot 19, Spen-
cer plt ...... ...................
Lots 15 and 64. Porter's Sb-dlvliloa
K % ................. .............
Let 18. Porter's 8b-dlivis N ....
Lot S2, Porter a s8b-dtivslo N ....
ILt 42, Porter's Bb-dltvlos NN%....
Lots 6 and 3. Porter's 8ubdlv's. N%
Lot 12 H. 1, Orr's plat of Lot 7, B.
W. Brlwn's N% ..................
Lot 4, B. 1, Orr'a phlt of Lot 7. W.
Brown's Addition...............
Lot 5. Leonard's plat N ............
Lota 9 and 1, Leonard's plat N%...
B% Lot A Lesmard's plat of Lot 55
N% ........... .... ............
Iot It. R. ,. Coe(oe Park N ......
Lot 16, 4, Colege Part N% ......
oIts 6 and 7, B. 6. College Park N%
ot 8. B. College Park N% ........
Lot 13, B. 7. College Park ..........
Ne% ot Ne% of BE% of Nw% and
N. % of Se% of a% cof Nw% (7%
acres) 8% .... ........ ...... ..
Nw% of Ne% of Sw% of Ne%. 8%..
Commence 15 ft. W. of center of A.
C. L. R. R. tracks, run W. 626 ft..
8. 2S0 ft.. 626 ft., N. 280 ft ......
Commence at Ne. corner Lot 18 of
8% ............................
Rua I. 615 ft. N. 248 ft.. W.
615 ft.. a"d 248 ft..............
Ne% of Lot 2 8 ..................
ot 1 and W% Lot 2 of N% Lot 7
8 % ......... ..................
Lots and 7 of 8 It 7 8% .....
Lot 2 of 8% Id A 8 ...........
Lots 3 and 4 of 8% Lot 7 8% ......
Commence 105 ft. 8. of Ne corner of
Lot 11. 8% ......................
and run W. 210 ft.. 8. 105 ft.. E
210 ft. N. 106 ft. to beginning. S'8
Commerce 210 ft. 8. oL Ne. corner Lot
11. 8% ........................
rna W. 315 ft., 8. 90 ft., E 315 ft.
and N. o0 feet to belgnnlng. 8%.
Lot a Lot 19. 70 ft by 60 ft. In Sim-
Mu as' Lot. 8% ..................
Lot 11. HUl's Addition. 8%.........
Lot 35. Hill's Addition. 8% .........
Lot 41. Hill's Addition. 8%..........
N% lIt 22, and 100 ft. E. and W. by
106 ft. N. and 8.. In 8w. corner:
also commenclnl 200 ft E. of w.
corner Lot 23 and run N. 106 ft..
E 100 ft.. I. 106 ft. W. 100 ft. to
beginning. Hill's Addition. 8%....
Commence 300 ft. N. of 8w. corner
Lot 23, Hill's Addition, run N. 10.,
ft., E. 60 ft.. 8. 105 ft., W. 60 ft to
beginnlnng. 84 ... ..... ... .....
Lot In Lot 23, of Hill's Addition to
Oalnesville. as per Deed Book 31.
page 659 8a ....................
I. 1. In Ranges 10. 11. 12. 13 and 14.
Elliott & L'Engle's Addition ....
Commence at Nw. corner 11. 1, R.
1. Elliott & l'Englk'H Addition. and
run K. 240M ft.. H. 2(,) ft.. W. 2010 ft..
N. 200 ft., and conlnitence at 8a.
c r" : !'. .I : '. nd r r.n I. 2MN4 ft.,
24M) ft., W. W 24* ft.. N. 204o ft ; alm
l, 1 ............. .............
Lots I to .O4. Incluushi'. I-ss Lots Ch
and 69, Fairfield ...............
Coomna ice 61:3 ft. oS f Nw. corner
Lot 12. run E. 641M ft. 8. 113% ft..
V.. 6o0 ft.. N. 113% ft., 8%.......
Lots 21 and 24. 8% ............
K t of Iot 11. 8% ................
1"u ft. by 110 ft in 8% .............

Comn.nc, at 8w. corner of lot bound-
ed N. by Lot 19. Eley Davles, and
8 hy tr.-et. % ................
Lots 6 and 7. It 31. New tGainesvlll-
Lots 12. 13. 14. II. 33, all II. 3'. New
Gaines 1 ill .. .. ..... .....
Lots I. 4. 5. 6. 9. I 11. 19. 1 o. 2 I g .'s
Addition. 8 % .
Ioas, 3. 3, 7. Ibkls'a Addition. Be%.
Commence at Sw corner lot 30 and
run N. 134 ft., W. ~40 ft 8 134 ft
e. 630 ft to Geo. Ilois'* Addition.
8e ...
Lots 7 and k. It 1. I 1. Dol & Ruob-
errlM Ma Addition .
Lot 4. H. 5. K. Il, loig & Robertlsoni
All 11. 6. I. Idll & KRoblrt .a Ad-
dit lon.
Lot I:. It 4. H 2. Ikyi & Iotrt.on al
lot 1'*4 ft K and W h> 1:t" ft N aindl
H.. coru.-r of (Gov'eriimt-l iianiid S,'i i
miar str.ets. SulK & Itli,, rtolon -

6 10 20 C. 0. MeCarroll. 24.9

R. r. Johnaon...
Margaret Prasler
Ida Edmunson...
Wm. EllIott ....
J. H. Fulks......
Mrs. 8. A. Lee..
D. P. Davis.....
W. H. Lee ......
J. A. D. Harris...

A. O. Worley....
Anderson & Town-
end ........ .

* 20 W. H. Rutledge..

I. B. I'men ...
Unknown .......
Unknown .....
W. R. Davis.....
I'nknown .......
Wm. Knight .. .

9 2"

9 20 Ben Kite......

32 9 20

9 20 F. M. Cellon.....

Amanda Stewart
Chas. Riser......
knownn .......
T. R. Hunt .....








Oiee in Graham Buldg ever
8asnders & arke's tora. Pho
No. 366.

Ds LftVbLa a. .MUlate.

% JOWem ulhsi nll. Nafloum
phom 3"6.


D TILI t .

ads" ow utt &uas a Il
bwh 22n. cammibsv IM

W A LAbkL.

03g. is Hatewmaae 110.


Can esil ljuu aI u3#roeu (am.
proved Wd namrnproted). ph -- l- I
trhlsg sad famin.g lasis. SeIR hMa
alistof what lowoler for as. 314

3. A. UARL1Lk,~
Lad blWelou is a kqs

ANN MaSe. Cu t'ua ou~deim5sadOW 58
eval Prsetiee. All busts... prumps,
easoemisi o o. O m ext deto wae se
wl. Q(ImearwsL.n u Fu.u


FnotIs Ia nl Courts. so"we

22 9 20 W. G. Story.....

32 9 20 Mary Poole .....

9 20
9 20

M. Parrish .....
J. A. McDonald..

33 9 20 Unknown .....




4. 7

J. A. McDonald .12.3

W. D. Putch .
AllHrt W. wkr
IJohn McQIueen.
liHirs of Johlh on
Chesnut ......

12 9 20 Minerva lt-llanmy
4 10 20 R. D. Murray ....
4 10 20 R. Angeline..

Jan Iboix
R I) Murray..

1 lo -'u t'uknuuna
4 140 20 W H' S iroont. ..

4 1 0Zo I). It. Fitts

4 Its 1n Jt. it. tFtsl

4 It 2' J. Af. V iltui

1" ''I)It Vmoll

(A Wilhanip.

4 1. r~'2 0 ll & ('u 8 lltaahay

I v "u FrAAkIaar~wr

4I f i r. 4,J It If
S1 14I~gI#A"*-

.' 47
2 .%7
1 42

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1 72


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2 ": I

. 2

(CosUutud oh, vqf- St',e. )

Oftio Over UtlnoeovUo Natloal
Bak. Jalnesvtil. Flortda.


The Bread. Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutritIous. The
*nest lour, mixed with pure
rich milk and baked In the
"purity fashion.' make our
goods the moit delicious It is
possible to produce.

16. R.

T. Schafer, Prep6

Miss N. Norton

oitslld BWkk Statlrj

SWouin ohut PWcM

au P"cone F lness...

T. F. TIMhh


NeW 00003&660

a"d 1103 VDII.U

Seep ur a mma..to

ckma M and se

-.50. lw-

Alfred Gray ....
Tony Harrold....
P. H. McKrtm-
ler... .......
Lsna 8app .....
WL. Gates .....



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EIi fu(4l, ',I ,w 4*'to mi.nCn e .z7: ft. S.
of No- (40 it.
rml S L:00 414 ft. to R. H.
atol I I U It. 13% ft, and F..

com llwa.. No, c wiirn'.r of (4. S.
%*~ () 4 11", F:- I (;.-I inusi I It#-. ru
I~. 7.uII ft, h j ii Iotint. the'nce run
14 lot1, ch.vl'i F 71 chn3n:. N. III
i ha!:. W 71 ,-!itns in N0111 ...
Ako E ctli:.li, t ill- at N** e~ri. r Ali.
ft 1 H 2 P N. 1'.i.. ft. -1
nN r.r

chains. E. lii' t" tIf x dte r
hranch and t i N it
chll~aks. '' : 1
Sub-ilvivislon of Ii*I,?i "1
E 44 rim l-:l~lllrt~l
f 1 .1 ft W. 2'i Si "
Conini,c.. ::' ft \4 1 f N v rnv
G~eo. Sa7\ ame fill. c., t(;illcil l..,
run W. .ft .\ 1_4o. ft. L :
XN#;., ft W I',:- ft S. ..f
Cornnines at N w. cqrti#r G S.
V*o% !9-*!- 1t ,# .-tj. St, .. 4.1" 2-'I. [ I
Gainest Ill r'aiW. 44411,2 ft.. %1 41
ft.. I E. 444 0t ft..N. C *oi' t. i oin .
anllnct. at .S' r It i.ri r of told L.\V.
VolkA loi t in No*I .crnt r 5. I I -o-

Lo A lr lN~i 1, It ". Homo. lit Col\. .
2t1cc~. aSt (ain ill.'. run W. 224 ftor~..
ColN. 65'c' ft.. K ::1 t. a'nd S *7r' tv
LotrX mid 7,I. t- A.- Thomuas Ad.
Swlj 1, lt 3. 14 -.4p ItL to 131zIIiziFr ii.
Laiigivy Addltil..t S4-4..1...
Lmt -.. I# 0 '' t, N. and S ft%- lilt'
ft.. E.an dW. ill 5 corij. .. .....
Els of Ell o(f N'is It. 2. Lagigvv
Lot Immut d-A %S 1 ) i n n tt u b
street N. 11% 5:incln.z. E. toy hratich.
t~Iii111K t; ft. to *1'.PIft.. biagraa's Ail-
Colil-in z.n* oitl I~.~Un i r--it'
rotr-t '' f, l\ it lanids' f S. A..
L t. y.Co.. itin W. Poll ft.. N. 7-40
ft ..E. 1@141 ft S .-1 ft. to itw.~uniitnag.
8 of 0:k Will :Ii jiL..............
lf it onW. .laati >l Ma inS. ofOak HaIl.
21 ft. N and -4 lvlo El.' ft, unita
WV.. known as Stt~r hit
Coat m.'actj Ivat N w (6 r i- f rr.
cdondoi anti!.t arke-t 1r .ruim N
2'i49 ItC. ,'W'. 4,"1 e0 ft.. :--' Iit, K. 1-l
ft to. to 'a1uinin IP. ll loAll: i. '?

Jont ill Smith%%, -1n II~ ....
jmlat ii.. at i N (' *- -Iit I i Ja A' 11.
W -I ,2'.. ftI A. S II E .... 1 2 it
Lot 21. CofrImigh Sitt !, A;i-1inll 1

V .'( 4 4 t l IihI %1b4\I hlL
b ot It. I isrt. c 'l11.I l\1-111 I.

LAO- t. 12. 17-.r r 'Adl.. .
Lot If, C o 'Ad, litionS S\......
[A)t I'$". ort.'rI AddlionS%%
North iP-1tIt.A41. II 1 ft.1K.Sat~t

I'm I 1")I I I t NA11 I.id S. t A
Lot 44. 1-t 1 r, I A I.I lC' f i' i 3

Lo. qI. ( Add itine4. .
Sorth p t It. I U.1. It L L-41 ft. E.t h
II .It% 2. Go ft N nd oppAll
2'i~t f ion N.* ..... .,. ......
R. 1! Gioiltit oliil

L t .itI. 1. -t. A ~ t,1,

12 1. I 1
Ga.it ,"%I lle

.11,~1 \\ 4
II I. f. 5r

Send your or(ltirs

NA~1E OF O\\ NER 3


4 1 2"'I

4 1" 2' Mrs. Sallic Will.
lam a ..........


4 li 20

W. X iPartltI.on

U'nknorwn .......
J. J. It rr ......

4 V' J. F. Ilartleon. .

4 i 2"1 1'nkio

'nkniown .......
Mr- Anna K.
(Gerald .. .....

4 10 20 Unknown.......
4 10 20 Sarah Anderson..
4 10 2 I'nity Heton ...
4 1' 2o Mrs. M. L. Brown

4 10, 20 Jap. Doig ......

15 45.




4 10 20 Wm. Chestnut .. 1425

4 10 20 Ho.lrm of W. A.
Collough ......

1, 20 'Fnkn.;nCl .....
5 ,1 2h Frank Clark .

1 1l) 2,1 Mrs.'.Limia A'.-ra
5 10 "'11 akt ii......
1') 20 lnkuan
Its 2,'', If. or
I 1 '-It I or.1 z t:ie Mi Ci.

I is ,, I I it; I v 1-4 1% n-
It 3ii T i ltjoiti Stl%

li -i t 2' t.0: Jvukiust
N Lot2''Grant! Itaiwa Den-
tit S(wim)'..
5 lot -1. 1. McKrini-
10 2.) Fr.anik Krim-
' 1) 2")
9 10 20 Lucy Ittiiii

t l*
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11 3


4 $*,1


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2 171

1. *,'


tor16 *Job 'Piriting to


fi ll-41 "1" 1 P 'A S ,i

$1.25--Three months' subsc
$2.50-Six months' subscri
$5.00--ue year's subscript
For a club of five ode-year s
For a club of ten six-montta
SIhe'r,' n lijit

$1.00-Oue year's subscript
For a club of five one-year s
For a'club of 25 one-year su
There id I o limit 1
Soliciting votes by cendida


---T -r- -A -1



Total Ca

To Be Given

Sun to I

Each Si


Realizing that all should
have joined in the colml
Diamond Ring to reside
progressive firms will gi
In the event of a ti
to will be given each of
for this contest were pui
the first live candidates
in the said districts, ,lolt
cash as a pHyimel't on al
or .lohn Church lPinnos.
$2.) to all other contcestani
one to take care of their

The Gainesville1
The winner in this distr

Eastern and Sou
chelle all point .s outl i-
lake View, Taic',;a a.1d

Western and No
W'almlie, Wilcox, Bell,
bv this areia. 4 INE 'P

How and Whei

The following merchants w
tor every cent iaid luto tbhel
goods wblch they bandle:
Gainesville Furn.ure Company,
Phgfer A Morris Co., Clothing a
alnooeville Hardware Co.. PlumI
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Milliner
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Mac
L. C. Smith, Shoes and Jewelry
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and
Saunders Earle, Groceries a
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats.
Crawford a Davis, Livery and
The Sun, Printing and Publish.
The Brown House, Meals and Li
N. Francsrco, Banana House, F
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and *B
Standard Fert,!iazr Co., Fartlilt



sh Value, $1,000.00

Away by the Merchants ad The

Citizens of Alachua Count!

action Gets Prizes!

test to Close August 18, 1909

d share alike in the distribution, leading business houses
nationn to give away Two Handsome l'ianos and One
itlts of Alachua county in three different sections. These
ve One Vote for each penny spent with them.
e for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
those tieing.
PER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pianos
chased, have agreed to offer extra prizes as follows: To
in each district, excepting the winners of the capital prices
Certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemable in
iy piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard. Dayt
In addition to this they will give a certificate good for
ts in the race, and will make special arrang(ncnts with any-
* purer on all purchases of instruments at the eash price.

Sti Will embrace the city and suburbs and be con-
fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
ic(t will he awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING,

therm Se t Will comprise territory from Fair-
bIanks all points east and from Ro-
-Waldo, Hawthorn, Il.ind Grove, ('..iipville, Micanopy,
I all Ioints along liuie of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

rthern Section
Newlierry, Jonesvillc,

re to Get

ill give ooe vote
establlsbmeuts for
, Furniture.
ind Furnishings.
bing and Hardware.
I Notions.
nd Feod Stuffs.

Sale Stables.
ruits, Etc.
building Material.

Will comprise all stations from
Hague to Hligh Springs, Treuton,
A rcher ant all settlementsL covered

WhM Ver y Cast
Ballot boxes wW be ouad n to t eethabllh.
moats of the merchants giving votes.and at The
Buo offiee. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the VotlUg Contest Departmet of The kua.
GaJlueSslle. Florida.

Rules and R ulations
1. Tbhe oatest Is opens o to ayoe vilg l
Alachua county who I known by t he oamidco
of the contest or voweced for by some repetab
person, to theU well Lnewa.
2. No employee. attaceoo or relative of the o
prietors of the abovo-named rms are o I e1ble
participate l this coatoest, ad wil artIelpate a
so manner.
3. In the event of a alsea eortandlan boetwe
candidates or chtbers Interested t t his eoatet
such controversy may be referred to the na
ductors of contest, who alono are the person
quallfled to reader deciloms.
4. In the event a candidate decide to with
draw from the race. such candidate wilU o be
allowed to transfer votesto the credit of another
candidate la the coateos

i#,1 ".I.rcrle .SeI a*ubrrlLtm
ription ............... ....... 500 otes 700 votes
option. ....................... 1,900 votes 1,500 votes
ion .............. ......... 3,500 votes 4,500 otes
ubscriptious ( '" *:. ,. ")... .30,000 votes 35,000 votes
' subscriptions (, ', ;'.,). .30,000 votes 35,000 votes
to the 111111iir of f1 il E nlat (*ic till-' t a IutIy Nicurte.


.ionu .... ....................... ...... 65 00
ubecription ........... ............... .. ,000
ibtcriplions............ . . . . . . .36,000


td) the iitill*ir ofI l lu. eah eOllteiltllt lmay secure.
tes or friends within the stores
diatrlbtal vots is ldeaitrd by) t pe riM r
0@~ ~ ~~~ II' r~~~r~


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Phlillisr Tillman.II

G;. 1'. Errickson n.
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lkam of the mom Se maIm.we
Vminc bg uhbm hi th Orcity F

C a *IL f of Irrof ... me of
th .u of Itut pha. wa sv6 -
lo hs In is the city Fee-

W0.%I R rk mleft eFterday
ow m e "" rtag the
S -- --of the trW mf the Keller

&. U. nmit wbo oraee a
-n a at H flW. 5 ml
do vbws u m thu et mim to

2 V. vhhhe. bm be en Pa.
%Sa Io f e sw oo edi the
of Kebw mW DavtimS.

he mpm em ha'. ye9WeBMay.I
Vift41LMe w vbt rab Hq f
-m b fr 00amby Weks
& A. a.m* me af a de
Wm sh-ft s. dohew Fost~.
LL-' ftlre i ha

Mr. env ft emommed Wft 00 Saw-
S O of C. 3. IL e ast

ownsohe a pw hsd so@p o a
ri kg $M bt b he mMput or

,. V. Whem. a inwei t of
onaOFW has a.0skypoer
dk. b hm mover bom aw toh di&
"m do* wme to k Wt t"M1

MmA. A L Lamui bwysoe
&= a VWK to tbor~ ra
a Tp. Ue r M "ath m udkim
of Umy aet. who was very NI
M Tumesday ha,, mgreey mtlyproved
S. L fy Hft Yaesrday tor ee- 1
e, Ky.. to he abut for the r
mMIW of thehsted term. That 4
to b *Ms elie m adbe wiDvisat rels-
d IW Owo helm roturamia to his
e. here he the h

be Uft l igesSft yesterday
e St. Anome~lm to visit relatives.
ft.. that it the y wl proceed to
th" Nnthl to speed a few mmuths of
the he tamnr before retwralug to
this Ciy.
duILoney sA d Tar is seeafy
Lremmie bfurchrosle throatsad
u OabMA u1 m Samoreth
'begYL b~Ies sad myMeru r~tm
sa a cmamuptlo
hTOv I8dm e t OWd reW ., by us
kg lgV ow usN .ad Tar. J. NO.
Cleftm a C&

MIWl h qt e .ban J. M. Haw, Wof the prominent
801' fued tohe ty ip tAtiay Yplaters of the Aldt hea sectim. was
a m hO Me theit n d yesterday. He was a dOel
r uw a o a W on= drl 0 &ft ate tot the aen al reualo of the old
"*oi ga dmeeM by maCies Cfedefate Veteras io Memphis
Sg de as h Md b-adder two weeks sace sad reports havila
i h sgo" 1Ywe. KMC b.,Ihad a pleasant trip.
ct *M W W. 50- Miss Heles Holder, who has bees
a & C&i the city for the put few lmoths
Jp. J. A. Twtr o O ati, a bre- atteadl s the Galneuvllle Graded and
Ir kig- gf l s~el we a vimiw High Sebool. returned to her home
to -- e y fteay. He haM at Cltroselle yesterday. She was ac-
WM I M a v Ito Herd at the lat- eompaed by her father. James Hold
w pa Imd. aoMd at reset the'er. who has beem here for the past
to heM a aI is meGrU few day.
*&uOs& h m. Kveryose world be benelted by

Sa doM-lee Mear dwiaM Co ms.ay.
hao uemed kes bvamiesma which
w- spet prbwsipay la Virgt ia
VWt aswar be att-ded the Hard-
MW-M JiobMers A eatlomb at Pitta-
which to asea a graad cscess
I btheo p .

Itakl Poley's Ortio Laxative for con-
stlpapas. stomach and liver trouble
as t sweetes the stomach and
breath, Igetly smulates the liver and
regulated the bowels and is much su-
partr to pUil and ordinary laxatives
Why not try Poley's Ortso Laxative
today? J. W. eMCollum & Co.

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Crawford & Davis
Bm--im, We Gie Ve T r the Lag ad Piano Contest

I s yue dci lI d c m md ie-

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Phifer aros.

w Drikers

ICo ed Statement Condition of the-
C~mu~wnid Statemet of Condti of the !



At the Close of Business Wednesday, June 23,



IOANS AND DISCO UNTS ..... ................. .... ..... $3., .
OVERDRAFTS ..... ........................................... 12 7

U. 8. BONDS AND PREMIUM.....................$195.976 t
00CUNTY BONDS .............................. 21,500 00
.CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE................. 181,352 8 3 82,8 .., ;

863,855 1I

CAPITAL ................. .......... ............... ..$140,0 i (N)
SURPLUS ...... ................ ........................ IN), 0(N
UNDIVIDED PROFITS ..................................... 5,376 ) *l
CIRCULATING NOTES ...................................... 1I, (X) )
REDISCOUNTS. ............................................ 2.0 ) (N
BONDS BORROWED ........ ............................... ... .. 500 (

INDIVIDUALS AND BANKS ................... 9'97,T 51 ;
U. 8. DEPOSITS ............................... 10,(400 N, 51 S 5

0863.855. 16
County of Alachua S.
I, C. A. Faircloth, Cashier of the albove naIned I ank. do :4,l.vInily swear
that the above statement is true to the best of nmy knowledge and belief.
C. A. FAIRCLOLTH. ('a-Lier.
SSublcribed and sworn to before me this the 21 h dav of .June. I1.,).
W. H. ANDERSO"N, .I., Notary Public.
Correct-Attest: Dr. M. H De-Pa.s, T. W.. lnthail,. Win. R. Steekert. I)iretor-.

The r s k Evide th Esm i
Whd f it Ne i Iby *B

Capt. A.. B. Edell of Alachua was
a welcome visitor to The Sun office
yesterday. He is a native of Vermont.
but has been a resident of this coun-
ty for nearly forty years, and is what
the natives term an "Old Timer.
Capt. Edgell was for years the lead
lIg merchant of Old Newnanvillel ii
its palmy days. and Is bstll engaged
in business in that section. but onli
on a small cale--jut enough 1to
keep his mind occuiled lie has not
been North for eight t.ears now. and
bav.' *t.at he Pfind hist FlorMa home
much more comfortable in the suni
mer time than it iL in Vermont.

A Correction.
The Sun was miilinformed Thur.
Jay when it stated that .Mri. F'leld
lux. another of t'iol Th W FlVaiding
bad died at h* r hl.p:.e at l.atke- It er
The lad), sho I- In her I~xt eight?
vyar. was &sriourl) ill. how c-r. andi
her son van .umnioned to her wed
side b) telegirainu ie returned to
the cit) last hii..t. and rt port that
while she is till confined to her
bed. th.e Iatie.tll is considerably Im
proved, and strong ho|pei are nlter
tkiued for htr recovery This a ll
be IleasNlLg ueIl to hi man) frieaids
here and el t ihe rI

Cerdele Wins From Ocala.



5 Cut Per Lin


LIMBER IN-PEtTOR tants pemtion;
can ugiveviefrvvU. Ad-lit lipli-j
tor.'' mian othce.

L.O'ST -11.1 we, it S.ic help-* ct rtir and
the 1ejuare. (,no, I1@'. ear ring.
1PIindi-r. Aill Pe ia 4 -itu ru to 11 m
('hill % &to'P. .tor

'ANT~IM -Hl~rItI iefettahl r it ScIILulM
1.) do cookauag and moenerl hoUPe'
Or ri. gHJIb 4. -al. clUan and a
b c i: itKtA Na IIfJ a.(m tury
G it t. re Ittnce Aidrt..3rP..H
%I t~fdli),4 -%rcli r Vi


lu Ithe ball gum. i!betaevu th Ocala
ad ('Cordele. Gm teamas I nthe lIrik
Cit) -tslterda' t tile t- torgkA WIaNG AU ta
tout ~I %willoupI. 1,% ea ipr.e tf :t) :
Thr 1gane %;s Itlrgi I I lN ttido.d milii
IliUc 11 11411 It of i l-il All I tilt i -L. II
re~eti Ls
Hisko' CAPUDINEK Cures SaCk Head-
Wbo Nerwous Iiadatche. Trarlers
Keadat be and Li Leb from Grip. Stown
alhb Troubltlv ur Female troubles
Try C'apudiuv-- o -mliquid-t*elwts am
miately Sold by drugglsi
iaat *Ituth Si4 diit aw! l MIl l, Ill,
I I DKIiS It-ft .) Vb 1 a1d.A) t laj I it j It, 11
tI. .lail'cAfit-I I t-) a ll) rtull4ilala
Jurat. he t ti *uuaniuar iuijulIh o 1 1brir
,111i1U.l uUlangI g Lb.) ua-re &c4elmIa
nild as fAa as JaCkboAEEIIIIlotiW,
N W I I-'L

TOM SALE- Typeratter ribbons. both
copy and record. 75 cents each.
Sun omce.


rOR RENT LIower part of resiidelnce.
Apd.T#.!#-greph (bfr.4#e
FOR MIENT -Ote. -ak-roouw i.da t -
fM'e roomu cotlagua. in South Gal".--
ville. Apply to Coffin Fuctor) iffi.
FOR RfT-NSw *. room cot:&ep.-*al
iioder cti cvlni'cit-i. t iK, L. ('Cui.rt
street. AIpl% S. .A. Iedbet-tt, r. J.
64- French P'iano Store'.
FOR RENT Fi'e-room cottage. o
block next to square; city SaLtr.
electric lights. bath room and a!l
tuodern conaeuiences. Apply at thims
FOl R WNT-Tht* isoIorr re p dtuio
on ELi!.t Liulwr ,rt ri~tre oil Iuasw it
di'sired. ntA and upltodatr Alo
1313 to Alac'hua (0utnt Ati rail
(eaa an

l rt I. C L. neub, accoaaleanitd 1I, % g you r *h.3.I rtjearn~d Icy MOB-
Iiy 1t1%1111yotir -lowp relmumd 107 MOB-
I Wilt-iI sona. ho bua v e n u. aid.el *It %- C41 t X ., 11-c lt 1. L-4 il Shlur4-
. 11i.s 4. p st% eekb ill cala %J.-M a ker .tl w%% ill an Oiuta.
wx fi ie*: da.. ha% v relurti d to thir U i 6r)411'ltt r* lt4 11MIN'


First National Bank


Surplus', 1G4',,X0.OO

W. ie talc aUre III I'latin( out facilitirs at )ourI will %1:1l1
j1,leai,.I toee or I, e u a rt.ite or tallii 4iu u jIuuC(IUfiteIiJflANt'()aAIIf CAtI Of
a clafetkbgAd or ss~anIg cc 'Wilt
-IiOli lPER CENT ?PAID IN IeUR hA%']\I.t- 1,lHl:1MMINT-

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