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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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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. XXI, NO. 120


UAINESVILLE, FIA)RIDA, SATUIIPAY. JUNF 26, 1909


TEN CENTS A WEE


NO VERDICT YET AS TO



KELLEY AND DAVIDSON


Jury Out Al Night-Proable Verdict WlBe kRec-

dered bn Case Ta Iorng.


PALATKA. June 25.-8 p. m.-
(Speclal)-After strong and eloquent
appeals by attorneys for the State and
defense, and Judge Wills' charge as
to the law in the cast., the fate of
James Kelley and D. M. Davidson. on
trial for the past five days charged
with the murder of W. C. Sellars at
High Springs three years ago, now
rests with the jury of twelve men
who were selected to render a verdict
In the case.
Hon. Robert W. Davis made the
closing argument for the defendants
this morning. salaking for three
hours, and it was one of the strong-
eat appeals ever made to a Jury by
an attorney who realized that t w-
slbly the lives of two wuen de'lwlmded
upon his de'fetlse of them Thonse. wio
have heard Col. Davis addrecs a jury
in murder cases can Iposibly alpre-
date the force and lIrilliauncy of his
argument when it is said that hiI-
slpech today was the Iwbt he lhas .%.,r
made bIfore a jur) upon siniilar oc-
canions. His sl e'ecih isblhl% effected
the jury and spectator,. and if his
clients are nol aciuillttd it will be
through no fault of this noted lawyer.
Solicitor Rivers Closes.
State Attorney J. M. Rivers made
the cloinlg argument for the common-
wealth and final one in the casC It
can lhe truthfull.y said that he hl.as
handled the State's side of the ca.,v
0i a umaterly manner throughout thl-
irial and his alppal to the jury for
justice to the dead was a powerful
.lne. He r'l ieved the eliderlce inI
:elail. aid set forth the sall'ent Ipiint-
igainst the' d lefendauit v.:ith i ..ctti\'
iurce.
The jury had not returned a %-rdict
i;pl to adjournmuent of .ouirt tonight.
,\llll a rt'etC.' ss a tak11 until i*
..clck Saturday miornlnig
There is conllsid-rul, i rablh ll' iatilol
s to what the, \e.rditl aill I>.


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Into the court room and identified by
one of the defendant's witnesses.
Mrs. Mattie M. Sellars. widow of
W. C. Sellars. testified that she wa
married to W. C. Sellars in July.
1905. and lived at 201 Ross avenue.
Tampa. Fla.; that Mr. Sellars had
not. Just before he came to High
Springs. or at any other time. been
engaged in any personal difficulties,
or personal trouble of any kind. with
anyone. That her husband had not
been engaged In numerous shooting
scrapes around Tampa. at any tim.
previous to his visit to High Springs.
I. H. Wiengea Tetifed
That be was clerk of the cirqait
court of Alathua county. Left Gaines-
ville on last Friday; that no sub-
phoena was issued for Mrs. Fannl-
Smith. who tertlfled as a witness in
this case for the defendants, prior to
the mh da.y of May. 1Il19.
Walter Andrews
Testified that he lives lu Palatka.
Fla.. knows L1. W. Jernigan. Is In
the I'nlttd Sta1:s Iptal service';
niad' IthI' acquaintance of Jernigaii
about 1.' years ago in Savannah. Ga.
\Vitness stated that he was only there
for about two ae'eks at that time;
knew tlie geiiermal reputation of ).
W. Jernigan for truth and veracity
in the community to be good; and
would believe him on oath.
Jos. L Iurns
Testlfled that he lived in Palatka;
came from Savannah, Ga.. here; knew
It W\ Jernigan nincc F'ebruary. ~ie7;.
know;, hui ahten he as on the police
Iotre tu San aanah. Ga. at the union
'at io.. knew Jernigain's reputation
;,'r trh al1 u td \r.rir(t) to lwt good.
Jesse Greek
l.i inl .ac.k oniihi.le. holds a po
.1. ii i!,t. ; .. | ill't lorce-, hahs h, ld
Si.( I :,. !'it n I 1: ..tMu flfti n years.
11i \ .I riiir ai.i. knicw hima
,. I .1" li all. k l hin ll
.ll l 0-altd in l. ke- ,lmtill.', kenow.
ii:, ;., hn .inl r, 1riatini ell of I W
a'1 ..11i tor ti uth anld .rav-it to


eI.c l: l iumi I lit 1 lit-


i(lence' Kl en by awiti '- for thie .
k ,, i w \ .i rli i an ia .l.t(k k on ,n ll.
..t'fei.-e, as suinIII ari l i I'.r- c: -
;.o m lhale'. c uart ,t lcsL.gra hl, r r i llr, I. i., 1 i :a,
li'r official ,note,
it I. Keinnerl) testified iii rebuttal
S lito 'time i.it he sa ther.. Jernigani
a W .a- .ilrl.-t- l l ,,r l.a l.e alld (arrieL d
\\ a, sheriff of P'utnani conillc a
I l".lck to 1 a n. i lh


'I ld lhe1 ploslIluI ll f di, ,lte u l i iIft f
l'llllia h l) couilitI ilm Illm .Jlij l ta ld
AugKti I.tpe, known Jillat l r:i.hl ir
1rt.l.d halii In Julie I!'";. ;llan Id a:-
,IIt to Iu he Crulll c pril iIt -.llte .te-*d
;ii i 1 ..t 1i. 1J l L, tol r three I tii lir -
he i.allni' Jil (ramit r lwho I a >- rrolight


J. L. Grimt*
1 '~ m In ed tltht lit. %as itrought to
cmm t hr ep. amdIhs
I Iii i k ha 1, Alm tuntfit-d lit-ru

lummom1II it% Ali*.r-- 1w Ilrt i isd thalI


Forty People Injured


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t ,!'.r e)c a thn the w t ad,
rI 1.- .a.&) A Z' 11 01.t lig ad" efrtwd
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re.luatl;l i rtal tal h CHINESE MURDER IS

Tr'ft i nl.'l 2in rt'luttal tlat he' ltes In a a l


l mas (II Ime' u coroner p
la. w 1 Iu, ae. aei ram...I- It'% e Iturk.
.irt-ba- kt-,a ii banh Im r I e
eightl3ears knkmaias Heis earai re'pu-
ttilon amn the got iniulilt' in which he
lie't for truth AtId \eraCit and that
repj'utationi is o(Ix.


Croess- xaminatin*
Q "I will ask you.
rally believed that
*wore falsely before
Jury in this cane
A. "I cannot may


by 0efaee.
if it is not gen-
Mr. Luiulirrt
the coroner's

%hat he swore


to. but we did not get anything out
of him."
Q. Is It generally believed that
Mr. Burkhart swore falsely before
the coroner's jury In High Springs'"
A. 0 courseF.
Jeeaa MiIeile
Lies In High Springs. has lived
there seven or eight )ears; was on
the coroner's jury that held the In-
quest over the body of W. C. Sellars;
Aas brought to court here as defend-
ant,,' witness; knows Pete lurkhart -
klnoi i hl:l for three yecrs--kknows
hi. ge,-eral rel,.;tatlon in the couLmun-
ity where he llve'-- ood-Irom that
reputation: ..i::;;..~ v.~t t;t I ie he himn
on his oath. .Kn',. J. I.. O'Neal.
a.lld "Iluck" O'Neal. knows his relpu-
tatiot for trith and veracity; and
that reput -ti'n is had: from that
replutatlon wltlhess would not believe
himu on oath; knows Jim Cloud. who
is a witpess hire; known him for
lte years; known hik general reopu-
tation in that colmunulty where he
Il\-es for truth and veracity, and that
reputation Is bad; from that reputa-
tion would uot believe him on oath.
Cross-examination b .defease-Wit-
ula-s did not remember that he bad
.verr heard anyone in High Springs
say that they believed that Pete Hurk-
hart was a liar or that he told false
hoods; said he bad not said so.
Q. "Don't you know. or believe.
that Ie' sAure. to fal-sehoods in High

A. "He has never been sworn be-
... ii.*
Q. "Wtere you not on ihe coroner's
ji.r. that ina'etigated the Sellars
:1 .
A. 'Y-.
IQ "l* li 't It-' h ear I..forr ii) '
A. "'Y-., aand I will take' that back
I was on the' coroiner'- jtr.. and thi'.
had hi i Iil'
'ltllnes- had not he:ald other ,pe'
Ilh' -a.) that ll .ii b1llti'e d (llth li
.-wore to falrsehoodh.
J 11 Fie ld.. in rle uttil, stated tii
lie knlle' .Mr I la dbal'ni daughter.
'>11M i. 1'.i la l eatld.ol. lioJ .% i.. Ed
ulllll '.ol At tl tlilie of the killing
,f Mr S llr A. itni.i!s 4i e1<1 1r l th tll Ic r :Is $ 'I-nI'-ge ei ti o I.e timar
ri (il to in-r 'would iient clol.d-il*1 II
hiatet Vat
Q "AliImv r Ilihe questio "
A \o
Q "Have ou ever bee.n engaged
to, Iee r
A. "You might ay."
Q 'You bad before?"


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MAYOR DAVIS' COURT.


al Cases Continued Until Next
Monday Morning.
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If yu f bate hest or f.unnId aimtblep
o not fall to ki' o )(oury outi-
Ii~.a.3-d ad~trt~sltsscolum.


STILL liKEATM HETLKI


Chang St W Cfe to SI r n

Sgl iM M MI a a


NEW YORK. June 25.-Wlth aU
tangible Indications of any near ap
proach to a solution of the murder
of ElDie Sigel narruslng to the van-
ishing point, whereas a fresh crop of
rumors springs with each hoar of
added uncertainty. another day of the
threefold Inveatlaatio by police, de
tectives and district attorney, euded
last night. Chung Bin, after thirty
four hours of steady grilling. hut
with one Intermlsnlom for sleep, had a
day of reet at last. Either beaaae
the police desalir of squeee ln more
information out of him, or because
they telkve that It e Is left for a
spare to forget the details of hisa rat


that they were abtoo met Mu
wrt ay e oacrted pw i Ifr
rtlag.
The op bit of met l thrS1
whch tuoed u st did u et
greatly forward the @@ebh tr Ia

This tpade sm Amn Mes
vanced to Cuing lm. tm UI S
room-mate. did mt m a -b ofb B
pnvat pars. The pd- have ben
much puauled abut th ftb ka.
caao Its aeaistaM Iaveh a e-a
dlctioa. Why hadueM da 0alb. wh
lived It terror of hlisU rival. I
ulg. laed m as to at daiit
kuown ultimate? Cbs Gabl emblied


ansiers he may entangle himself In yesterday that the inme wa Il
more contradictions, they did not "of a loan hafd b I Io
;.-ttion him yesterday. Chine. L e piro me- A. A aI-M stl
ihe answe stream of hoipful. but of which he is tresaner. TI aIsn t
insatisfactory clues ktpt pouring It *exist, ame ng other tW t Ur o I
from Chliatown Itse.f. from Newark purpose of suplipt ug f to b
and the suburlt, and even from the members wlo re @ emUtl to aw
cities of the Pacllic Coast. but as far on the tresary to Ipr upt te t
as the police here could determlae amount of their pail p Is. Who.-
last night, none of them proved to ever there Is y ra tqmn as te Wl
have any substantial basis. of two rival tbd ers e WI t ia M.
A rumor that a war between the 'the matter I st bir I at
Tongs w as Impending because of bidder of the l L C---1. 11
Chu Gaiual' revelations to the police e. it was p-im. bad pA i 6I
sound momentary conlrmatlon In the Md as a member. -a Ia Y
arrest late yesterday of a lone China- 1o me- m Oart a h e tlht
man aith a revolver tucked ander his soelety, he w-as stled to M
blouse. hut the pollrt said last llht and not it.



Governor Smith Fires



Railroad Commlussoner


ATLANTA. Ga., June 25.-Governor
Iloke Sntlih who retires Irom office
cllon at rda y e-tetrday sausended


poslng tbe platform Opea whl Iid
Go eruor was eoleted Mad W p
suing a course whei b e Oorerli
hto..zhi detriwateal to tM Ift fitsta


from (ffi, 'Cha'ri.anH G G sIlclAndo'l
of the State. He will semd a sIpa e
of t!'. .t 't. Railrt at CoIulIt.'tlon bl' message to the LegialatWle ltay gi
(au-. ol ',i i. .loi,. : ; ,I,.i.t dei( .lou ha in l the reasons for theb I.--f.
refusln, tu older Sttea iitrl'Oads t, The "port rates" eotrleray wa
redue' a itet t l~sIc-i S.;i,;.tnah and for lower rates on Iro sad W oe .
Atllanta. knowlan u Ihi. p'ior rt ate.s." |Sve'ral Atlanta frms petittlod r
A feature of thit U juM-eiaitui is that til:s reduction. claiming that ther
Mr. .\l i. iiii',n a.a a ut(.ce'si.or ol rllie.. particularly Naslhvlle. eJ
Jo eill .1 Itruow. inow (U ernor loer rates frrom Georgia parts thL
.lect. sho isuc('(c'd (;o ermuor smith did Atlanta. In his oplat de idlil
on, S.trdal uad bom Governor against this |pettl ,. Mr. MelAd--
S.i. I. dl -iiimnsed from his posltlon raid that to grant the lower rat
I a. .. ,.ti i* iiiadsliooTr about two would be equivalent to laterfelar
...... .1. with Interstate conrelmmerc. wh
(;q % ,:.ur almith sald that MclmAndon State railroad commlssloi had m
wa t. de-d tbcause* he was o- rllht to d ,



Negroes Rob Express Co's.



Safe on T. & J. Raflway

ILi.a iila,,noi iandl Justice. Howard, secured the cash, anmountingIn al
P \ i i it fi fii mist l.niiii. oit thi- T & to $162.
I u I. ;.: I W c ,, ciniifled iiU the After lther Itgrco* were arrested by
,,, ,, i.i n l, i lihe .of' of hat Ikl) ,ut) dhe rill Ford of Micanopy
I,1, i t i.,.i. *a tli usli, i tih) o aisd up to the theft and stald
S I 1, 1 i11t, ,11' \e l *iI .l e tihat the uoiaie ) was buri "d at a .I
I, i I. fl 1, bIut a thorough LavetItlWil
S. 1. 1.. t .. th at A r. thw 1 IA


( ; 1 | ( I lr in l I I 'n 1 I- l *,*- a. *O l W -Y -
l 14I ,1 lp li I lw f o r y sa
<,,l.i. i. i, I. 1g1r .>i 6 hl> re A l'- lhrat* d Two dollars of a d
nr i t I. a at -- ii li hi 1, i li t le ic<')t* 5 t timoul d In one of the
..i.d.l I I.- .Al i.cirtll I.I .. II wa. fre.ghtl ars under a water eloka., ti
,.. I.... I., .i li. r.1 i If J rtli-e thIi w*a all thist had bi le orated up
ti.., r .- .i a i<,!l imdl ti. at e mal t" i5 late' hour )t-sterday afternoon m
'i, ,,I ti, t.Ihbt, Illae UerI 'I)"rh ) aill bIt given a hear ag btelur
Hi. .- I.., It r% Is.ed l.t so111me Ju.I let- ('.arlel t In thll city today
,1 1 'l .eti l.ft I Hi kI -) tI -
I1. *i, tI el dior aLile- ouil ib-thk If its worth mr to someao e
,.: fi. ., ,. it r (liiK tlI. ithan to you-so matter what It I -
S.... I ', I w aut ad will be a good lavetmiIl.


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is easectlon with his fruit
aIs now prepared to amrvey
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m "Iealah us AAsueica ra i .g,
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THB DAILY 8SUN: OAINISVILLB, fLORDA, JUNE 26, 1909


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b the vey thing for

these hot days.




About the Best

Sove oan the market.



Letus show them to


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!I iWSE SE

I II I
IE CHURCH WEOOIMG.L

i*r. P. M4lstr ad Mi PFmaroie L.
Illll the CeI e Iasnta Parties
MLBO. June .-Por the first
m la NWy years the Melrose peo-
pe had the pasare of wittaeasnl
a* demv weddlalt Wedmeaday
NM mI. wham n iPasanile L M-.
ael was misled to Mr. M. P. Hunter
at the nrptst ebreh, which had
be msat taftlly deIorated by the
bMrde's Miad. Aallst the plpit a
we" of almettUs, wthit hydra-
Sea wuie ehaaders ad teras had
bare Oaa A to ftmt e whleh was
a tl mah Ot Ivy mae with the same
Ers, Iarul wwedd" bell of r-g.
rm s itder WIe om Ivy foudatUlo
Iamhe ftom the eater. lrse pine
trea ad palmettos Ilin the back-

ftPmtly at 11 o'clock the notes of
the wedIMs msrc played by Miss
Nettle 1emab. announced the com-
ad of the hrdal party. Preceded by
the ushers.H. Fowler aad C. P. Huff
man. Jr.. e me the bride's maids,
Miss Ma y e Roblson and Miss Nora
Mislle. and the groomsmen. Stafford
Cadwell and Harry Jackson. followed
by the bridal couple. Rev. It. It.
Moseley met the party at the altar
and performed the ceremony.
The church was crowded with the
many fneads of the bride, who. with
her sister. Miss Kate. have been great
favorites, a fact which was also dem-
eastratd by the large number of
*'ad--e presents of silver, cut glass.
etc. revived by the bride.
After a elaborate collation at the
Haffma House. partakes by about
tweaty-eght guests. the happy couple
tarted for a short wedding trip to
SIwaaee Springs. residing after-
wards at Jasper. where the groom ls
a prosperous Merchant.
The weather clerk was Unost ton
aiderate. it being the first day without
rain for a week-but it was noticed
that msuething like a cloudburst of
rice fell about the time the bridal
party dro\e off.
Your correspondent would like to
describe the handsome gowns of the
bride and hetr alds. but beit'l a
alere man. is afraid he could not do
justice to the occasion, h-nue %ill not
atter li, t it
Amonu the specalTlly iii ttd gu*.it,
were IProf. and Mrs G;-, .M 1. tnli
Gailurstlll; Iar and MrJ J It ('urtir
Orange lHelhts. Misseta Nuora aia
Althaes Mixllie. lkela nd aitild itffi)rl
Caldw'II. Jaui.r
On Tu.eday evlvulitg a r-ccptloluti and
miacellautous shower was telntd.r<-d
to the bride by about ftrt> of hie-.
friends at lte Huffmllan house. whlth
was iuu~ h enjo>td by all ire.,v t


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NMW STOCK COPANT


MI


NetiCe O SGale.
Notice is bet tIt git tat that ona
July .th. A I) ( at II oicutk a
tit.. I will e-Il il public i.alt. Itnh
hliactae.sta ns d U4.-f 1-i !.r, .at the ia. r Pa
NadIetieiaaalIliak A .1 faaslefil,-iv F1,1t1l.a
two0 4211(itaN CI.Et) 1ititall "11't
tho'uJAad de11-l'a- *1c.11i1 1 The, rai"111 1-
reject an), Iyad rr-,ri- ti
%VMFtHNit KINs'na


Itching lilies iro%,ke prj'rldeaitlii111
ipruf~itit iit ~ ati at4111- lt'lte ii 114.411 -
01tureatitaciat (LanIt(blontg He, itg got
Irutrudlul l tls aftvs r 3%-,rs # buuff.a
lug. At any drug store.


ave only oae ooctob outst one
Now~4 rnenrwin~lnfroniuui~ceJ.:t.rt ,Z1i,7' Kr!i ~I C 'Khlxttcbc
one, them ~ad~ by him. Nj, tc!.r in r voini~ '!1' thl,l:,th~rthttiI
rr thenI taLLC It. Stick ti3 'l. '' .-''Awt
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J. 0. oARDNER MANAGER OF NEW
CORPORATION.

Leading Gaineville Citilena Are In-
tereted- in the Enterpire and
Will Enlarge the usilnees.

The Wilson Dry Goods Company Is
the style of a new firm now operating
In Galdeavllle. which Is composed of
a number of our leading citizens.
While It has been known that a
bange was contemplated It was not un-
tl the past week that the transaction
was finally concluded. The new com-
pay takes charge of one of the old-
eat ad best established dry goods
tore of the city.
Manager J. D. Gardner, who was
formerly with the Hyde Company, and
Miss Besle King. who has also bees
with the same concern as saleslady.
both have stock In this enterprise.
which bds fair to become one of
the most Important dry goods Arms
to uast Florida.
They have made arrangement
whereby they will have the up-stairs
in addition to what they are now
uslng, and it will give them ample
room for the present to meet the
largely micreaing demands in the
dry aoods line, which has fully dou-
bled since this firm has secured a'
location on the square.
.J. D. Gardner, hia wife and also
Miss Bessle King. who are Interested
In the company, have been identified
with the trade here. and having ca-
tered so successfully to the want,
of the buying public will be better en
abled to anticipate their future wants
ia the dry good line. In addition to
the mammoth stock already carried.
they will Install other lines in their
up-stairs department, which enables
them to have as large a stock as could
be desired by an appreciative public.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner are thorough-
ly experienced in the dry goods busl-
ness and have worked unceasingly
since their residence here to promote
the Interests of the firm with which
they were connected, and the trade
now being enjoyed by them attests the
popularity in which they are held by
the cdtise of this part of Florida.
Miss Bessle King, who has long been
identified with the Hyde Coula'lny.
will soon leave to go with this new
corporation, and the fact that she
has handled the sales department in
the ladies' ready-to-wear department
is evidence sufficlent that Phe thor-
oughly understands the wants of tht.
people and will bte found ever willlan
to Vret- thit-il
Ily reference to the art itl t o in
corporation, which appear els.- h.r.
it will be seen that C. A. Colclough.
J. D. Strlngfellow. R. Thonlas. J
D. Gardner and Mlis U1e.sie L King
are the stock holders, and the com-
pany is now In operation at the old
G. W. Hyde stand.
They will make numerous changes
In the building and add new lines
to their already extenlve interests for
tUe coming fall trade

A Vital Point
The most delicate part of a baby
Is it's bowels. Every ailment that
It suffers with attacks the bowels al
so endangrling in most cases the lifte
of the Infant. lc<;ee's Baby Elixir
cures diarrhoea, dysentery and all
derangements of the stomach or l
bowels. Sold by W. M. Johnson.


ANI) SUPPLIES


-THE-


O, DUnON BANK


G. K flW'('MIE
It't Vict'-i r"-p.
W.I. TANlIAWi

E. 1). TURNER
Nec. anti C'ashijer


Captal Fi air

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J. B. PAIX;.:TT
II. F. DITTON
J. A. MAUITSBY
J.. N. IC1HOI S
M. VENABIE
W. B. THOMAS
W. B. TAYLOR


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Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Grmq, Gardeq Seed atd ertfllizer
SOUTH SID4 uSUARS --- GAINEVILLs rLORIDA.
41ghest market pies paid for Cheieke Eggs and et ~Predse.
A CmeOen stocN k of Hay, Co, Oats, o, braM. heal, COMS

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COOK AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
-- F. B. lYIYERS. Manager-



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T (K 111,LY SIUN: OAI[NKSVII LE. ILORIDA, JUNEI 26, 1909


THE NEW WESTERN

SCHEDULE MONDAY

CITRA TRAIN CHANGED TO RUN
FROM WILCOX.

The First Direct Western Train for
Gainesville Which Allows Them
to Return the Same Day.

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da.
What bas Ilwe kiinotwnll as (e'itra
tra.u for a nuIliIn r ofit .*ir... running
loe.iweu that loalit anid ii iil 61,rinri .-.
ill le change-d to run from \Wilcox
I C'itia. '1 ,ii. train aill lIo knicin a o
.em. l.Mi. north bound, and 1::'* iouth
bonid.
Tiain No. 134 will hkase Wilrox at
C. 4; a. ni.. arising (Gailiicvillie at
6b;..l in the uioring. prucceedlug on
to Citra. arriving there at 11::.*. and
allowing a lay-oer until 3 p. m..
when It again starts on the return
trip as No. 13n. It will leave Citra
at 3 p. m., arrive Gainesvllle at 5:58.
and reach its destination at 8:20
to. m.
There will be no change In the ar-
rival and departure of the other four
gassenger trains. Nos. 39 and 40 and
Nos. 9 and 10. which will be run the
same as heretofore, but the Citra
train will call in and out at Mica-
nopy as it has done heretofore.
underr this new arrangement Gaiiues-
ville will enjoy the best schedule that
It has ever had at the hands of the'
railroad jIeople. and this will ver.
probablyy prove a valuable' chaugcf for
the business intcrc.st.. of Gaine.ville'
For the past few years a large part
io the lioole' of the wbestcin part iof
Alachua county hali~c len going to
lackson llhe to do tlicir hhoplLinr..
*1t iit li th il* coinvIliilf nc of the
s' hi diib. t thliis will iiak' the
Shalr i' ctl,.it il.l. i, i.' I t i .i l I i
Sonw .ffort -hcaild I tn :ii I, 11 I,
In tr(ha:lts to adl rc.I-.. -4 :,.. rip o\% 1
IhI il w a m tl't Iul, t. Io K I i lt t r a(
<;i-. litiA* d ith lthle li'iil.ib r.- li .l I t.
I. ctc-rni iart of the rountv.
Citizens of Micanopy Protest.
The* citiloibt of Mlaii|q,'y r,' are '
much diluatisfied me-r th*- rhinm.




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WEATHER


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Picks, -tc.
Kee1 p y(ur kitcheln ('t ,1
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PROCESS


CABINET


RANGE

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GAINESVILLE


HARDWARE CO.


SPEEDY RELIEF.

the trains of the A. C. L. which they
claimn work an injustice upon their
air ; ul 4 il1: IA.
Drs. H. L Montgomery. J. D. Wat-
kins and C. E. Ueltoo were here all
of Wednesday arranging for a protest
to be submitted before the KIailroat.

They claim that they were led to
believe all along that trains Nos. 9
and 10 were to be run into Micanopy.
both morning and evening, and they
readily consented for the Citra train
to be changed, thinking they would
be placed on this schedule and it
would prove more beneficial to thelt
particular r Miction.
Within the pait few days they havet
learned that such was not the inten-
tion of the railroad company. and they
have prepare-d a number of affidavits.
besides a lengthy iptition, requesting
that the trains wb not changed.
It is understood that nearly enough
'none.y has been subscribed by the
-itizcny of that section to have the
chanlige of the road Il-d assure-d. plau
ill Mli%' on tI Ill main line. anol
it Is known that tIe right of aay ha-
ilrcadyv I,'i. seurc-d. liu nothing i
lwici doni I % the raillita (licanlean'
co Itkl.k uIp tleir maianinjiuiln offer.

Robinaon--Smith.
WILLISTON. June 25.-A beautiful
tlouni wc'ddliing wam solemnilzed here
i )ir-ol.1? c~ eliiing at N o'clock. when
.A r I:i. jioid HoliuiiMi anid LMi L
littlee milifih lIlet. iAeliLd u tii l ii. ac.
,lll .i i lSiiU t iriiuc' ii i 'trdh ilillr rn..i i'
ocdiie- of mnatrimono.r Tht- inirt-psfe
i*r*',nii) 'i a is lprlorner d bvy K\.
.a!.<- 'Iih. i-parlors aerv artitticall.
dc- oi.tint'd wiithl \i'S alid (cul flowers
.Anid ili tle cillnter (il al arch of gretii
hung an iiiiirens.n waeddilng tnI11 under
which ti(' I*tidal couple 4to4Ki. The
lride. war' a I w'atiful Irillnce' dress
iof wliitc. -su -in silk. Irlliiind with
lace 11i.r I il a as faI;,teniid aitli
daititi whitt' floircir and ( he carried
.1 ltimctl oif lbrid, rosc- After re.
('*tl\ ii- ilc (conlilaraiti l;tiai .- o f fricuii-
alli 1 a l %i 4 il lin iiiu- it fr .-liiw lin
Th, ( ni|.l \\ I, the re(lih'lll- ctl
Ilhll llll i ll' ;Lli(l i l gI ll -
lTl '; t ill tll\ i il ff,' t Ii lic .% iJIlI-
(lin ( W\t (liii e la Mart t It i r, ii(ld r i
t,\ 11.- M.11. t II .i iilt,
Till' 1 -t w% i.-i .. i lit to-ts of 11 1.ld-
follow tihi I opiular .plIIu l ou1il l t. that

They illl makv Willltton their fu
I .. .

S~O ll 1: ill *. lill ilia. l 'I ld Il.l it
thl, It : oI l:e r tir iiejt Ji-) I K'"I aL I i \\ iit S K i i iit l I. 1%1.I' I I'll;
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BROWN BOUSE HAS

CHANGED HANDS

J. A. ETTEL PURCHASES INTER.
EST FROM HiS FATHER.

Will Make More improvements During
the Fall in Anticioatlon of


Largely Increasd Buslnes.

.i, A A l:tte l .i. I- i.,,' I full
il.itl0 4 lI,'A !l .I .1 tl'l lit 1 It I '1 ill
lliou -'. l .t,\iliil I .14 h:i.- i n.: l.i:h r
m.ate re 4t in (li hluslinc >. .hLih a.
. .ii hl r,.tcef rt a- .1I. v. tI, l A; on
J.I'. its he is faniillarl knowai
tin i. c: ll' ti.l 'IllliA [U: c 1l a ill i-n
i.'.t\ <,r I > I. iilit..in I!.t' ")',.:' hlifh
,.i:;am .rd tll.t h.i a clat.l.v .'.'*d ihlc
,u I',l.ir I lace for the. I. -a f,. '
n. it r. and anti li s 1.' i ng la
iuillt ir of change during th. earl.
:ll to accoatuiodate 1l grrowlug pA


Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ettel are now
In Alabama, and it is understood that
they are considering the plan of opera
ting a new hotel just across the hay
nom Mi"htle.
Joe Ettel sa popular among the
traveling public aad has managed to
please his patrons for sane tim.U past.
which accounts for the steady travel
that is coming his way in the hotel
"" ail s
One of the improvements that he is
now contemplating is to employ all
white help. and he has already se-
cured two white boys to act as bell
hoyP. He believes in good service
and will do his utmost to raise the
average of the house at all times and
make the traveling man. who has a
bad time at best, feel at home in hil

Two Millieo Iottles
of Perry iavis' Painkiller sild every
fcar. Thtr' of it' And every botIk
Ij lessciniing ifferinn gand helping
,ome human Iitiin tLo Ih ulth and bar
,,inessc This wonderful hounehId
remedy stops the pain of spralns
)irnsi or brutise.. It relleves rbeuma
t.i-ml or iuiralga. It iure.a colds.
-rampls. colic. diarrhowa. There ought
to be a bottle ao your shelves Just
now. ready for the Brat sign of trouble.
The new sise bottle is 35 cents aad
there is alto the .4-ceint tle. lie sure.
your drugglit gives yo Prry DavIt'.
It iea printed te iaery mo wa t.
TM Ikau mtse i the place t m t It.


VOILE & VOTLE


REAL ESTATE
(AIN.-IVILLE, IF.A.


Farms, Dwellils, Lots

-For Sale-
I.'-' Y(Ii I k'Pi:KT'Y wiT'1 r'


Abstracts of Title Made
T., 11 ian I- ii Alarius Cotiuty
tV li acrt notice.


Fire Insace
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BILIOUS?


=man3 &JORDAN.


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JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE
POiT Li OCK AWViu.LL, PAt OLA

Fire, Life and Accident ilAioa y@
egesmlee it


TELEPH


TALKS


The LOq Distm System
One of the met vaIable fe tea pr," eam in varomtSaee matlsf of
fa our service, tSe *r subaeribers and country, are uteMinO l tir
lt the public generally, Il sor oanwee meit and la their Mthds of aI H
tieo with thae eatemlve leag dietans I.ti
lUn of the Amterlen Teltepohe and Only by re se thIdf ias trleI
Telegraph Caopeny and the eter a. arrangement between the Sel Ta
seciated Bell Telepheae sempan e -. phone empan le t iist pseable S go t
We own thumd. of les of leag a bell Telophe e almeet a wr,
distance line In the oeva S ae i ask fr "Leag DfIe* MId b pI in
which we operate and in addition san 'eemMommlcat wlth alaailt a1M pd-
connect any telephone In our system in the seuatry.
with lines extenoang to any other city This vat aateetrk f wINl es i )
in which a Bell To;.phone system ia ing throeughel th ntlM4 III i
operated. daily in commeroas nd s e r e al gi
These lna dlsausem 0 a. e m f tOe pases by the banker, the farmer I
meet modern and Improved .eetre' citliasns a all walks of Mtie Ond a
tie. and are ma ntained at a igh plant here toi an irpetant link th
eate of offtlolcy. The ell syetem great chain.


Southern Bell Telephone


and Telegraph Com

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Yb. Mod Tern Rave AlwmesDoug%%mad aubm boa
In -M hrOver 9 0 yie, bm bermns theWrnastue At

seem alme u# a~s mdus"6rs
usual inrr rs ou slucer kmr In I1.1

Uxperlmeuta that trUe with vd miMAge rs thhealth 4
UAW" mo(bdren-w mffa-ft4

What Is CASTORIA
Chesu f. bahaesma 0001-0 sow age '
-wl% fDrew. a" fd Su Is In Spfs Es
m s maglow ova=% m M h ma ehSA X1rm"
.m sIt. Is ismbftm munmeIs I i qsW
an ~ fatj Vwerbhmesm. Is Diawbme a"d W
owl& 1i sreAlms Treethg rve am semG
mmd Vrbh~emey IS i s 2 te res ide""Mang
@Wmeb sa" Dweh, slbs nbe~ s"sft"do
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The[d Ton Hare mAiuajmA K
In U. For Ow SO Yws

000Wmaa 010"
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"KEEP YoUR EYES SKINNED"



WeAreSellinyhw

A COUPLE Or "PICK-UPS' WE OFFER:
15-ACSE FARM; tuna mi vrlpd! h-l,.. aafr be; luv h pes"q'b
eke.; oe umile b im ston; owmr eamin Kms m ple In 1w. ft
quick kVeW fr 03,o0.
Adjdaoii abom, plow', 10 c'OW m -d 2-etury 7 mbou. w 543


.La4aRTISUE & VWr ERSVQ
.Pb1o. Lo. .874

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Tin DAILY 8Ul: eOAI VILLI. FOIAIDA, JUNE 26. 109


p


aI A* nat ed him, abd he ae
v-od -me .nma of the o
- Mpg 0 par, m demlan toI
w, s rid of the to pWr tea ta

"Og" aS A se Ms aosslc the



Ogagrs during Cleveland's admin-
imi--4 eonly DemoJMratte adm I


lg-----g ind three seers years-all
g b a h dutys oa hte ore
ad, es "m" that partllar
Am ro tw r aialnw ed we And Mr
.. Iin + uime mthper ly of th

Me toieans of dst in eno
a-sSa a f wth e idsom aWd ate r
af of s bb ns.e
0amdo ete t Mr. Bryan
*Si e mag p -lw ow te&ds" of hsb
an pur -am to interfere wkh h i
na o om f Ms de to bis nenstusants;
I-we dud Mm ayeuI that, aIn
am, e~ of eNSId the platform
eaIMaso hiNo dbe. Thin eNag to
soe ea "T of e*r40ea to tbos
ghmee aeern whe have bow
1, 0wsu ebeof at OmresG ot of
om ppoy bS eadesi bat ad lfo r-


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r:d to e Doerat a
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ofiuo lpe ~rai ae ueat

so 1-1 Mr. ryama r at u
-o' te"oate iteMi* erif a
Wow s ft yen uppse
mu mw be ems to pmib.-
a0o the people ao Florlids?
a Oft partllar in The a-W
P (Tim) Timm has some portian.
Spuashs, as inays:
;e a earth woald have the
IV to eim the devtion to

Of ohn M1. Reagan of Teas or
Osre Voorbses. Vare*. Rasos.
m~il or Jarvis.
Thes Senaters voted In loin fa-
vW 1 a dty of 60 ceets on i ore,
We"s of them that were luti
In 4 voted, with all the other len.-
00. easept DDavid H. Hili. &ad with
41 b DemsmratIc RepreeostaUve*
a duty o6 0 per enta ten Ion re.
16i" a and I the issue of
e "IMW asteral was squaely and
d*e ubmittedto tohe Democras
Of "as Ind s both s tUawces they
wa" rusud as aOpess to free
-W nashlub thet eered law the
imasmrae of protested wares.
"in lW sMr. bryan declared that
She UMWI tmemmlet paItsw
s Mas sem s *as ed wictk
Smg of his w*61SUL& 0,0i4d nut


edm M ant ofm enset ngltsla-
ine ma t mulawfal 1
iM Wp ~g p m, Id or ear-
p-lrtO to pay ate po t a of
Istber. and polidiag a pseaky
sI my tax e lstr to reeeive
P be sfr scp* aNi tax orm
MY prm other th tbOe o to
whom the same Is a-ses ed. He
hi also approved te noew pri-
I e aya of rln o,, r
m elestim law. which requires
-a ise to ake sworn state-
moat a e peoditures ap co
-Mei w t thr andidacy for

Sot aI mo abrNtable loJ tltu-
Un wuhteh. Iente aIme of

a a my e e rosptO Nthat rea
i ea mted and i It doe ot re-

S0a, thm N t lm se is o lc. w
lred I n das. The now law wll
h ave to be seen to be "appre
elWe" by the vaoea-GaClaertulle
Te ad "the alf has not been
nM." I t was pulic pohrcr ad for
d bat interest of the taxpayers that
g- me po taae about be od
as posle. The reason is, that In
or sawmlls, turpentin farms, crjC-.
Ue camps, phosphate mines, railroads.
dtelgraphe ad other public indestrJes.
there awe th sands of laborers who
ar assessed a pol tax only. These
poll taxes constitute a portion of the
school fund, which sorely needs every
dollar it ca get This law knocks
the school fund out of thousands of
deLars at a time of its direst need.
All the talk about poll taxes being
pai as a purchase price for votes is
uncombe" of the frst water. When
a manes Lnto a voter's booth with
nobody tere but bimaelf. he vot
pe-Ily and freely as be
easesu. He may ie about bow be
Ived whenm e comes out. but bhe has
tv d Just as he pleased all the mn
Mad made the school fund one dollar
richer "all the same.
Agail ths is In direct co(ilict
with a old law that has come down
to us through the ages. namely. "that
whatever oa person may lawfully do
hiself, he may do through a duly
authorized *agent."
We believe that t is also in con-
Stt with the constituti n ad aulmrcue
lren d aloas of this tate. Iut. If
It bursts up the ir iry system Ithei.
iadeed, will It tb ta birluig in di,
guit '-JamrIwr No-s
Tb hetas j.A.* r.- (;.lult. ll, wl uldt
Ilke to ste Ith r*-ior ,of til autditor
of ths. I ~-,ok oUf theli 'It offilt~ a.-
thit'h Ithe lt' h,.4rte'l r 1,.k It Iiali
datory) upensa Itl ca(1 l ou (UI t i) a t
made- and pubhlLatL ulit'e at bIi ).ar

Ocean fare oni tilt. Iwc% btIK,.lg- ('u
narders has bt.. i cut That
ought to make ImasllhtAe trip al,iAti
by people abho ha v hlithrto f..it
they could mot ird e it
ralt ord prosperity tIs usuall a
good barometer of the condittou of
the coatry It sewrlves. The restoration
of the Louisville dividend oI another
eg erem tho Souh.

, Iad the wedt ada in to'dls I.


INI


$100 Reward, 100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
me dreaded dfseaae that science has
been able to cure In all its stages.
and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is the only positive cure known
to the medil frat r,!t:. Catarrh
L.ung a cnurAtlutlaal dLc e. r-I
quires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern
ally. acting directly upon the blood
and mucoas surfaces of the system.
thereby destroying the found.non of
the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitu-
tion and asslting nature In doing Its
work. The proprietors have so much
falth In its earatve powers that they
offer One Hndred Dollars for any
eas that It falls to cure. Send for
*-tl~onflel Address.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all drugcists. 75 cents.
Tab Hall's Family Pill for consti
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St comeervatively estimated that
te- are fully sev y *res plated
to esnr all beanms the close vticn-
Ky of Mat i and a total of e bhun-
dred ad tweety-ve cream In the
county, all of which I a sart of ex-
perimental crop with a view of mak.
lie the cultivation of the bea an -
dustry. The promoter of the Indua
try have a perfected organisation and
while a refining plant for extracting
oil for mealelnal purpose may not
be erected in time to handle this crop.
suek I their ultimate late lon. The
beas mow -d er vltivation are do
Ig fte and a big yield is certain.
This atleular section and Its oil are
emslrd OpecIally adapted to the
growth o the easter bean. ece the
t tt t th ealtivation Is being
pushed. The voters bold that
Vwthi a yea or two enormous aere
Saw of t- car beau will be nder
ltivation here.-MiUal New-Record.

The moaled men of oreat Britain
who declared so violently against the
budget becaoe of the addltloal
taxes upon Income. nhberitancees ad
land are not at all consistent. They
protested that It would compel them
to live In other lands and to invest
their money entirely In foreign ase
critics. But when the London Coun-
ty Coacll recently Issucd a call for
a oan of two and a half million
poaads these same moned men al-
mot fell over one another to take
It up. and the total amount offered
the conatl was one hundred and
twenty-l4e millok pounds. At the
same time the German government
asked for forty mnl!!n and made a
much better offer, and yet the total
amount offered wa but seventy-four
mllIms of pounds. All of which goes
to show that the threat of flnanelers
to desert England was a mere bluff
valnly made to sare the government.
-- -
HOa. Ben. B. Undaey. the famous
Juvenile Court Judge of Colorado.
"hands down" an opinion on the cl.
arette that omght to make people
think: I have been In the Juvenile
court nearly ten years, and In that
time I have had to deal with thou-
sands and thousand of boys who
bhae disgraced themselves and their
parents, and who have brought sor-
row and miery Into their lives; and
I do not know of any one habit that
to more reponsible for the troubles
of these boys than the vile cigarette
habit."


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Tl1 DAILY SUN: OAIDE VILLI FLORIDA, JUNE 26, 1909


SYOFE OAND pONY


aid Mr. l.atnme M .Parr *ill
thls miornins for luilu, 8. C.


They will 1 at .sit until the r-open.
In,; of t* '-
Cr.l. 'hri .1:T*.M.n. .(;raw .Merch-
ani. r .\!, r .t and Will I -ans
have ', r.e. ;:I tn l-hig and canpinil
trip to -"-\naiis Lake.
Little Mlaste.r Harry Stringfellow
le1t for a short vi.is yesterday to the
summer holite of Mrs. Alvares at
Klnksley.v nke. n-ar Starke.
Mlr. HI henry Ft:.-h of Kaoxvlle.
Tenn.. hant arrived In the city and
will s'i-nd the next several days here
visiting the f:;iiltv ',f J. E. Futch.
MLn:- of 'ur clttz.-ns are drlftlng
towards right ( di ease by nexlect-
lug symptonll. of kidney and bladder
trouble w iith Foie.. a Kidney Rem-
edy will qui kly e:re.. J. W. MfCol-
lunia Co.
C. i1). :. I:1. i f- hr the lirominelnt
hiusles-ll ie' 1,( f fN.-' l.erry. wau' annonte
the vlsl:or- here- :e-te-rday. le mi nad
the trip thrjuih t:,e country and
tat.'-% that the, r ..' I are very dry
anild dust'
We do not kii.c- of any other pill
that is as good as DeWitt's Little
Early Ii-e-rs, the. f.anous little liver
pills- iuall, gentl -. I;leasant and sure
pills with a r, i:t:atlon. Sold by all
druggi- ts.
Elme-r MIc(i ery liha gone down to
Tacoma for a fe~- clay to bt tLe-
guest oa .Mrs. SuI Enmerson. There'
are several visitors with Mra. Em-
erson now and shei is tending the
young folks a houi--, party.
If you haven't the time to exercise
regularly, Doan's It-g lets will pre-
vent constipation. They induce a
mild. easy. healthful action of the
bowels without gr!plng. Ask your
druggist for them. 23c.
There are many Imitations of De-
Witt's C:trboliz c( Witch lhazel Salve
-DeWitt', is t1h' original. lie sure
you get DeWVI'tt'- Carbolised Witch
Hazel Salve when you ask for It. It
Is good for cuts. burns and bruises.
and in e s*ecially g, l for iiles. Sold
by all druggists.
Mrs. J. A. Teicker. formerly of Ro
chelle. Iptas-ed through haine*.villh
yesterday from Fairholw. Ind., where
she has been on a 'lsit-for the last
few wet-ksf. She was met in Jack-oa
villI by ('apt Tucker. who went over


GAINESVILLE


FURNITURE


COMPANY


We art di-pl;iyig a perfect
line of

PORCH It R(KERS
PORCH RUGS

VUDOR P'orc)'h ~IADES
HAMM(X'KS
CREX anl MATTING
I"IL' G.1


almIl In.,t Wood'l toves' a4111
Raliges .-,,S I ill4 s 11 .4- 'tioll.
Fil .-t lil.ne W\\' Pi't-vil.' ,
Sli '-ts', "T' n1l l'illow


Fow we week ly, w w
id cdeio bted 15 Ostr-
m M tries at i13.50.

Fit~p-I Cretes Tick M
EdIr Cetmu ottress t 15.45
-r r pric S.51. Cal


TAKE CARE OF TNE UP
Mirix )l-tr 14 0-y crrnam w aif Itvr
Brllg ).,,,ll iJ ,l3 ..,,,Yrrl and li*VI
.,! I tino rr', i.ia Al n Wc tl t.'-

We ftSv Vetn i Both Cabtes


ftenme Itching Ecrma Drove Him
Nearly to Despair-Chief Surgeon
of a London Hospital Called It
Wort Case He Had Ever Seen-
Got Little or N Relief Until

CUTICURA STOPPED HIS
UNBEARABLE TORTURE

"About four year ao. In Lndun. I
as troubled by a severe itching and
dry. rf)y lkin
Sn my ankles and
feest. The seame
Is a few davr,
Ws thec (ame with
Smy arms and
S. wp. Icould
Shardil keep frr as
m rrahing.s hir h.
I need hardly
o my. made it
W'r oI r w e. Then
S larp red rat(t hee
Sariteared. with
Sn f I a mmatirn
and soreness.
After ten davs,
thousands rf small red rimplep furawd.
On becoming dry. these (auwed intrens
Itchtng. I was advised t go to the
h, rpital for disease cf the skin. 1 did
so and was an .ut-pate-r.t fcr a mn nth
or m, re. the (hi surge a saying: '
never sw such a bad case of eema.'
But I gt little or no reliSe. Then I
tried many s -< ailed rpmdies. hut I ie-
carme o bed that I almost gave up in
de lair. On o ming to this rcuntry I
beard so many uacounts of cure by Cuti-
cura Remednet that I resolved. as a
last resource. to ive them a trial. This
was after sodlringr ag nie. for twelve
nm rths, and right glad am I that I did
s,. fr I was rfeli-vd of the almost ur-
bwarabkl itchiag after two cr three
aprlikatirn' of Cuticura Ointment. I
< nt iat its use. cr mbinrwd with a
Il' ral use Cf Cuticura Hap and Cuti-
cura R le Ivrnt Pilbt and am mor than
thankful to say that after using three
etAx 4f the IPemedies. I was mpl etly
cured. I an < nlv add that. &h uld a y
Cne he suffering a I did. I hope that
they will dok as I did, and I am sur of
the reults. b Henry Wearie. 2022 Crr
St.. Little Rock. Ark ..Ot. Nand I0.'07."
Cefref I trfmil rs Irteri T awmef tr
v um, .tI lntn ta. (uliw sd AdHts el-
we of Itve$ure amp r Ier t) o (irer t heN .
nOtlirar (tlniwrat Ir ) ton Hlel tbre ha sad t
e-rs ka.r-ive*S itr. or Is thar %W1 uT CornM
lrOw4 'umte.d r piCr IV lf6tl t i fOru aI&k4.
sta thUIiwre thr veoim rur Dnwa &brn.
Orrp. ,l Pro eo. aaoL _
WSJ oL -" se m om

to have new glasses adjusted to his
eyem.
To avoid serious results take
Poley's Kidney Remedy at the first
%ign of kidney or bladder disorder
.uch as backache, urinary Irregulari-
ties, exhaustion, and you will soon be
well. Commence taking Foley's Kid-
ney Remedy today. J. W. McCollum
f Co.
D)r FI I. Sterens of Fort White
wasu: aniong the' vitsi(or to the city
,--t.relay II- was tn rniute to (Cedar
IK 'y j n a -inrt l W iu.ltr'h .- .-it. li,
1t r : t:'l' !l.i Ol. of all of hib
io'r*'-t> in F;rt \\h ite and lpurchased
*; : '\ ;:1i :t 11. 1:1. (: :1) i 1 '1) i hl1
,:t, :0 1l J I,':. :I;k; I 11h ill lt


1-: tK rof.I ii.'h c ie

rct h! f r 1c ':: 1 1t ka x% l-ri- he-
!, i t 1:j,' I aal olt h'. tt .-t it 'A'ui I-
I..tri fmight ba ~ttCo- te-f ett nI Ii'Lv I
o-r.-. aid that mtiuch time- was c ('4on-
tUtItd tYt 1hAby e-mi rl Itulliue-lt
Mrr' V. C .1a.ki cit this 01%
,Alie,) for tc Ia t 4%tile- ra Ie V4C vt Sc'. -, ha d
Ilm' it % i ntgttt i tie r -txvt. 1rs J. W .
V-'al;4r ,tt Alaii, Ga. Is now tcla'a
-lit? I). li t te-l tIli N1t 4 e ti l 'igli-,. Ti
Mr, r- JaK ki-4t will lvi eiitm i irer aoll
.116. Il tie itei i tH-4lIllt in j%',r anid %%ill
L.- ii rct tit it t i '1 r I, ha .ro-
F% cre'wo~uld be' b--ieo-filt. by
t,4,ig 'Fii.'vuc*ie' Oriuxc L~axat i 'e.fir coan-
-lt.~il-ah C. i, -10'ei11 h anid lit% r tiectilil'..
I- it-%%A e,'te'rt'e the' t-tcoiiittl anid
II m4h elI, t I y t Ii i.lat e-ki that- I i r and
rix. Kultt-mthe- bo~vl, iad lat Muchtlsu
lit-mr irto 1,01s andi ordinary 1.1 ati i~ e
W ?iy riot try FiA.1.s Orltixo Laxati%,
tei:'J. WI. M(Co4lbtUm & CU..


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Is e~f t'ea kitti' '01 .11 awl ~P
,Ii,. h. tel that hi takei frci iA a ce h. Jai
acle' Icet IATti d ~- f 1 l"
a yoaii I aiel %c r Ar41n t.-. I t -,I' aik,
r'ojte 'il it 4L W" I ii lii11111-t, by
541 ,l iK tlt Ce i % .t r 1,1 1a Iards
Ii'rtlitir I-,, t it trth traiumg for
lie' ag,.eeUlt a' sl id rrtdtbreit.-f)oeu I
&A I4 Y W MliiJOhISca


NEW


Ie Sure to Have It
An alwtratna1 m by t yt. 'ief Ow t e proj
0.111 you &arti' i'aaako "I 4,1tatritasing.
11A lic'j af 0-1iii' 0 e -f cf li()Iuli
and loiigC .#or -.eer *IIgI.) ei t Iii al-
eetrae-lit nit y1m ren- at-elmtley c. -rtaiii
got a sr('eN-lt4 ly a4 'ltlA 8I 11- 'tf~if ai-I



LACNUS COVIIIT flTUCT CS.
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leave


OCALA WINI OAMI.

Harry Denton of Oak Mhala Makes a
eame R n far Cordel.
In the second game of th.' erie,.,
between (kcala and (Corde-l* in the
former city eat*'rday. Ocala won ht
the score of i to I. which must hate\
been a pretty game from the spec-
tator'p viewpoint
It is understood that the run made
for Cordele was made by Denton.
who is playing with the Georgia team
for these three games, and that he
sccedeed nl placing the hall over
the fence.
Colored Unien Aeademy.
The patrons of Uinoi Academy
met and organlsed on the night of
June 23rd. and much to our credit
.aud delight we can say In all candor
that we had an orderly and success-
ful meeting.
There were many potnto of vital
Interest brought to light and discuss-
ed by a few of the patrons in attend-
ance. J. Z. Feltner was elected perm-
anent chairman, while D. W. Rowe
was chosen permanent secretary.
D. W. Rowe. J. W. Gass. D. S. Days.
A. J. Parker and C. W. Duval were
appointed as a committee on resolu-
tions whose duty it sl to draft, con-
vey and present the wishes of the
patrons of Inion Academy to the Hon.
loard of Public Instruction of Alach-
ua county.
The purpose of these meetings and
resolutions is to ask that the school
be placed on higher ground from
every viewpoint. D. W. ROWE,
Secretary.

YV Never Can Toll
Just exactly the cause of your rheu-
matism, but you know you have It.
Do you know that Ballard's Snow
Linlment will cure It?-relieve the
pain. reduce the swelling and limber
the joints and muscles so that you
will be as active and well as you ever
were. Price tic, 50c and $1.00. Sold
By W. M. Johnaon. *
The wat ad. Go more real esat
business thaM all i&her brokers em
1biad--In act they "starlr moat of
the buslaess that te smokers a d
sints SLImE.

Some article that s simply "tl th
*ay" at your house might, tf adve
lsed., be sold to someone who is aas
liday looktnl utr *L

One who lives an a furalshed room
an be pretty "Independent"-for the
rds. keep the best tr be had with
his reach.
IfItt's prtited statlonery you want
The S a ofice is the -I-- to get It


Add.:
GAIMYILLJ6


MASTER't *ALL

Notlhf ln her. :. ik ,, that 111**94
int by virtue of ii final (dreer dat-d
May .11. 194As. r# nerred hb the .Indm.-
iof the Circuit C'urt of Alachua rsoue
ty. Flridhl. In a certain raule where-
In T II. Ellls. Jr. Is complainant and
iSam .ih, ipard and Alice Shpplard
ir" *t1et.'ndants. the undersi[ned
-l4I -ll MaIrtr will sell. between the
Ihr.al hours of sale. o lMonday. July
:>th. 19I0. before the court booam
door at (alneville. Florida, at pau-
lie out-ry, to the highest and best
ldder for cash, the follownla descrlb-
"d land. towlt:
Being In Alacha county. Florida.
ind further described as commeaclag
it Hooke's corner of T. C. Steven's
line. belng the Northwest corner of
?looke'a land. runalnr thence North
10 feet. tbenee Eat 420 feet. thence
South 21 feet. tbeme Wea 430 fet
to the point of betgnnata-tbe ua
bell In the Southeast quarter (SRI4)
of Southwest quarter (SW%) of lec
tion Thirty-four (34). Township evr-
in (7). South. of Raaue Seventeen
(17) Eaat. The same to be sold as the
,roIprty of aid Sam 8heppard. to
satlfy ald decree and costs.
J. M. RIVER, Special Master.
CARTER & LAYTON.
bollcltors for Complalnant

Let a want d. n6eSgts a U1m
or yr-d f something y 1 4dut n
Iaw aoaethtn you do
We I

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at Frnisher~i Prpy and All
Work Guarantd.


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TO THE TRADE ONLY

No Order Too Large
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EXCURSIONS


$5.50
$7.50
$7.50


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Columbia
S. Augusta
and Return


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JULY 3d
l'cke-t- gt Jul.) Itlj, \ Firt-clM equipment.
('.\1.A ON YOUR TICKET AGENT


1m IrFUm& Pianoom
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Fancy Horses and


Heavy Draquht


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-CALL NI IMUlCT TM--



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LEGAL ADVOETISEIMEI

SNUlHrI' SAlC.

Under and by virtue of divers 1
sandry expcuuo ls lssaed out of the
Cirlt Court for th ElhthM Jualew
Clrcult of Ptorida. ia and for Alachna
county. lorida, om the Ikth day of
May. A. R. IM0. upo nddgment
rendered in the foloewu uses, to
wi: A rewtalm cae where L
Mobr & Soe are pllateL mad M.
B. Davis is defemdan ; ae a eartal
eae where R. C. mall io plaltml
ad M. Davis Ia defeadmat; ale
la c eWtaia case where L aNM
& Noms wre pidatlft M M. I. Drte
ia deremaat, p. O. 0. mj ,. U
eBrLf o rmf Mabu miy. Ibirtib,
Ivo levied upoma d vtU sw U ob
fore the court hous deer, Ia Gilae
ville. Alechbu county. FIrerM, e the
5th day of July. A. U. 100. e* the
-tnour described pa pr
eir, tewit:
AR that staUf st dry gomim, astle
ad groe-rlr) U-mt with rtoe
Ature a nmod all thr pa-al pi--.
erty new a the st ron u bea tlbe
eapldd by M. RB. IDtv. at N
FlorMa. to gthedb dfdwith s Mm
lar te risk's1 ttlo s" inA Im d
tkhe Md M. .I DKi tola I d le d
Samd m ses ctd N id eabnm

p Id poety levied upem as 1
prtpery o t he dsn u .l

ez .i e and er
The above usal wM be mae at M.
B. DIvll sterM at HIIgum. MI. II
stead o at Galasvelfoh m esM t o
the cMot bba very $ret d It
great relative expan Ise r meagthe

P. 0. RAMN T.
herlE of Alshmn Casuty. PUr.t
J. M. Vm.*
A. RASUa
PlattlM' Atterery


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OI dI mhe af ha aread ao Sr

--k meld: '1 have ea the viUlae
s* re a ir sway rol the rtvU
We h "ad sat mas the trail for
a-M S. Ty had flowed as eda
W t Isag the ris id
where we maummedto cream it
a" sn fl p w Ate lhPO gi ac
ahst any u"a fdimwhlg tiSeli wuuld bI
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to ot monk ed. huyo an owess
mm ed som dver.*echangd
boom o-bm d t ~ o nd. MItoo
I* o omk- ow a~e"al imt- n
o* demp led g"t to the top of a
M wM. Sam ftwna
o f IOw anNw loffb
aas d I WL u thePsm

law wiftIkE o aOhanbd

bw W -
ad= ad WK* doebow
kloofta ad. Guam aw W


ai- ; iem i t-o l and take d f
0111111 1111 1 Mtheir ubr-M
hB to No1 4 am gwe& o msfto
ft a Mma Ialy. I ad sme
ao@ to ~M lm 1 Al, eat e ane up



aff In-M--
m a. I -- laed o the auwae
ab ow I1 a64two m a" I awodh o then


SSt M Oanso at~d I wod te
hk iarh d -d tup the
"a- o we Stet hartad Itel the
blo a fhagd aM to *p o the charge,
4 we owev among the timy before
M M &h d aM eMa that we wore withr
Ina tbomod miae Them I beard the,

p111 1 -thdielg the baen sound
At $Igi tW trusy rle, oI m1.

'M t preay well ad
a r ha he went ias Cap
1 tdb sigat. AsbheadvaTced be
WO a e d e a harbe eargtag about
so -way te bn .med. He and his
pd idM i M i land as he camn
ig A ,W t him im as
i ai dret the altmit This was
I eg ihgad m sr ha rs Tail Dal
a l l0l> h d ease fsr a log time
eal wil ad weel mey emi ttit g fr
an he came Ma camp Mrs. T ll
o air L Met Mwas hiI hadh f
M wnfn aso dwert about the bt
mt qw ale Nd had klied th lef.
e As Ia eeale the ladise a bad
two w te esupdvw-Ms. Aldeilal e l
M aU1. whm they kiled during tiMe
I eNr MM Weigo h a al a. lwho

I ba oegt. whhbro ke a ri, but was
duga ad mad passe aren d ard loa-
ed bdoew her loft breaks fteeM hum -
I aie in ge sever and gross-
1 -da Wb was pthered lt the
r aps was e St r har. and she went
b ac r ied sand proved p' iher
dalm. Next morning we dug a grave
m il above the v ilae and ubl red
M. AMdei. e. the sur eon reading
the service,
"1 detail ed a board of oarUers to
selag that it is their estr to car-
ry away the wounded and toa hide or
bwit the dead we found sixty-eight
died bodies o the led."

A &a cief e re@amts under General
Phi Sheridan. I mud t muen wer' arsl
Ig at Fort MlPlber'm after a has-
ardaus expeaillion ard a lug and sue
cosfUl chznw. It was a qulie- Jiuit'
aeveing. anid l we w ern ej il i a tf... IL
lag breeaeo A detail hai left te fort
to water the gOvernIueoat herd of
horses ad ualesi in the nearby latte
river wwhea abots were heerd Everv
nee was on bhi fe to a num met. for
Swas learned that a linry of Elum s
ladisse had dashed from the cotlou-
wod tale. lshuoult. srtallag anr

a bhrd of about 400 M nales The Inl
dias had kUld two of the herders o ad
woanded anoer. Some of the twrd
rm for the coral. where thy were
arcutomed to go for the night. but the
lndias got away with aiult lt0 and
started fur the bluffs .Ulb i'ithle f rt
All was excitrtest, but, as was my
i--:..a. I L.1 u.y a~r L-re. "'O
oe," tear at hand and was
moAuted a tllm to alke a recoin
olMance and hute the dart. tieu I
whiLb the Indian had disappeared,
with the gurernmelnt tock
General William II Emery bad his
bUgler aud theI "t~et anl saddle."
ad by the tlme I returned for i-
Strctlon AIs troops uof ciaalry wer
blusy addliug up,. gettlug tlr arms.
amanuitleo and some supplies. One
roearpanly-I., ith 'utaId States car-
airy-were the Brat trusja saddled and
ready for the chase ITtart uSyr. a
yog lieutensaut by the naum of Earl
D. Thboas, ow lirglladier Getneral
Thomas sad tu commald of the de-
pirtallet of C(uloradu, was eust oat
fsII West I'olat, full ouf atltion sad
| tellghteIvot to I, ,casianid Isa ti ab
se id us rherau. QarAl 3ag


to


TM oa bWlk wr ent rhrae@ssjh loeaeI)& I ,eoid


to be silent until my return. Before I
left, half of the tlrld tur. ut the little
baud were lauutwbriun. cOn bour later
I had maen the campl. Jur; s I 'l ple tld.
in fancied Aecurity. b'lvIlving that we
could not be within a day)' march of
Crawling back till I could buo f it ou
the run. I found the boys as I had left
them. Quietly they were alltd to sad
die up. lstrucllotusa wer' la, UUe
acre detailed to pay partly ulur atteU'
tlou to rweapi tualiag and rouuding ulp
(te herd. and oitwrs avre ir lutru to tbt attack on uth c amp I ratimat
d the laaInd s ianato uiilsu r al*oit thirty.
uad Ithre were fort> two of us. Tlen
wer to .r e'p up to Ih 11%.-tlpltlug in1
diasu on foot and be rvady to work in,
open order Tellr) tIr klds' tr lieu.
telnat and myaslf. crrr Ito c rge onu
ht4salick. The real arre to bring up
the rrvaulin bores, attack llu. berel
er and Tund up, tw entItire (trd We
attacketl at break If day. andl the
whole sa-biuwn worked well The thred
lot were suriprtId hcl n awake.d .,
miet t1wir fce NMie, uof thaw were
mnt Itoll lu firsIeer MUan I ad kaLit


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Men Paut Fifty in Danger.
Me.n lpat middle life have found
comfort and relief in Foley'i Kidney
Remedy. especially for enlarged prou-
tate gland. which Is very commnion
anIoung elderly mn. L. E. Morris.
Ik .:tr. K>... a riet:; "('p to a year
ago ny father suffered from kid:.ey
a oii lAd~ s a l.,ul>l< .iid ct%. ral i'lhy.i-
c ilaui prououit, d it cu'ilrge iint i of
the' p1m lat. gland uind J\ad ht'd an
i oration On aI,'ouut of hiA. age
we ar(re afraid he could not ltaud
fit and I rcctmmeinded Fol>.)' Kidne)
Rnwednd> and the flaL t IttUle re-llesed
hin. and after taking the second bol-
(tle he Wam no ,lou-r troublulId faith
this comlalnut" J. W MicCollum &
Co.


Early Football Players.
IFuutkcl II %.ei f ii.aaay )e'ar* w bna-
ttml ziaI.ciw 1b'if 1-3racek. a Theit'eajea
**i4 frrai: Jaiim cry tea Jc areb. satd the
l.i ta-i :- :10 !- %,,t 11 f i l 're 'ati pa #&.n
iwnldt* oit the e.' iI s-ria (aeltt Ce 's,
U lase-..a III#- L1Im',.' AIs II Ii *A ;arn auall
t aitlset''' I imI hot-e s rd mcI i t I).iia *'its
L Ie II." ist! 1". 1 pl .44SV %a s 'e li '')t~i it IaI


fer HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINL
Wbhther from colds, beat. stuua4'ht
j' uLen 00 troubees. Capudle %lli
rv-ise you. It liquid -laiaaraut to
Lake-acts Imme'dlatfely. 'ITry it. Ilk.
15c and 60c at all drug sleasa

a Deduction.
SL~ii(It- If,,%% Id it


)tw..ilW l Mis se- I h eiar la e)

Ilost dlpflicurauig skin -ruptluas.


thair war h.ore. near theiu and.i. mrufula. plrl-l- albhe-. et' are due
hastily un,'utu.I they o-**i-d lt with to ilr1e h lldl l.urdock ItMud lilt-
several pckkd bursea from our bauld 'rs is a i lerllg blood tonic.
Anmr tlhemu was iue of mny f tr rrltf MakS- )uu Ilhar>-)d. clear braiued
wat hi Iv Pwtvr Iaf. W"hk cW 'lter *kuitid.


MUSINKS CCA itLISr


DI OBO. &. WALDO,


oal and myself agrrd no thL naeesity
ot quh esrttel. ad to the delight of
yoMg Tbm.s he was rodered with
b troop to follow me, wble the other
tups asw om ready would tfllow.
rS right! Trot Getlop! And
we dahed of. We allowed at a gal-
Ip 00t1 dark. but did not get a sight
of the landla, and the tracks showed
that th w b whooping it up on tih
n. A halt ws called to give the
p g horses a r o uad TThem coas
e-d me. lk ders were to follow
sad rept ur tohe sa sits. I told
Tho s I could h w tih tE l at
alght if m y and awaitd hbl is-
ww. I al follow yIa Mr. Cody. as
I IM told to do o. and I will go whet-
w e m ppes.." Afte a short MIt.
"Moat ed firwardr" Was t order.
sad the e s w cst e lt ed. During
the m t te Idiban repeatedly do-
boe tler tranl. We did mat rseb
Medley creek. where we got. water
mest day.
er Mf MM bom^ ut 111 Cetbc o t-

The t Il W aowd that the Indlai

ts of Red WWltw pri Knowing
a m there was as water bewo s Med.N
bft weak sad the wad WSew. I was
m eam the Idame would make a
stap these, as It was mama miss from
tOMD to te at wator. We decided
ft vwas a to kep cstluouey the
t ad as the ladias must make
s tep to eat and eat we coual
overlap them. Whe the boms woere
ited. snd as we had nothing as hand
to at to doltay as ad al had m*oI l
la slice dis- r the day before, r
best peftilty for a mal was to over-
taio e ae dle rsupris the whip
thm ad capture what dried meat
the had.
After leai the teek the ldians
boom their ld tricks ia trying to hie
their tl by derew swel known to
me, but I paid o attetloa to thbi
kaowlg what m t be their next stop-
ping place, ad I was as familiar with
that part of the country as they were.
Straight on we kept to the Sprins. ex-
ceti that occasrioally we went out of
the direct lie to keep In low aies
between the mad hills ao as not to be
oes. At o'clock that night we balt-
ed tour mlee frum the Sprina. Ad-
rislag Thomas to allow the mncu to an-
sadile amel uubrkle. letting each ee-
oad ma tn two houes by their hal-
ters, mad so let them feed on the grass.
changng the mea every two bour mso
they could get some sleep. I disguie:t
mysef as n Indian and started of to
locate the hoatle s ad he hack IU time
so as to attack them at daylight. No
wres wee to be lUhted, and all were


of therem wh proitAIt knw him bad
apprnvirlted f hi *,* n uI r
An mr"ll a tbh fIlht t. t over and I
maw that we had enpturr't anne of
their bthel aP well s* our **wn I sw
that Powirr Farc wea nt with them.
but I wer nbIar him bnlf a mile away.
Ml rlder beading for the bills. Thib
a de me but. and. knowing that tbh
Iadiaa would tiak others were ful
lowing me. I dashed after them. (d
Btukskhi Joe one bega to gain. ad
I got Mr enough for a shot. My irrt
bot killed the bors that an Indida
was rlng alongside of Powd*r Fce.
and ls rMe was soon up bhblad In
the ausI manner tbey try to nrte a
warrior. riding backward shooting at
me with his wvolver. Powder Face
wau s swift ma Joe. B1els t th
rough sand hills ad hatac a double
weigt to carry. Joe ina frw minute
got me oar enough for a good t.
I kept eIrlag e tbem, as I didm ot
want to Ut my ld friend Powder
iFac. Whe I thght it sere as they
were rMtag up ver a mound I red.
The ladians fel the one illet ogsng
throh both. ad when Powder ace
basd my rvice be ran toward I
whIaN ig. mad. wtth two of the boye
Two had beg ordered t to fow clsw
behd m by the utw t. we re-
t(red to the camp an high g They
feud a lot of drted bffalo and der
mat oad uome frmeh atelope and der.
with sieompanyltg eppern ad sit
mad coplou drafts of sprlrg water, so
a few maute. rejoling was hd. A
detail was quickly made up to bry
the deed. ard as we had but thre
sUihtly woauded and nre horm
koeked iot tbe mnthusioam can hard
y be derrlbd.


Da x 19f .


Miu neDo. uals & We I.


Wp. ILLk.
ATwokI MY-AT- LAw,
dOIOIMR IN HANOXUY.

WN3SVILL. Almaba Os.. VL
ON" s. Haymow alimb.

,FEDIXAND MHATIAL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.


GAMsuTaa.


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a m s oel'or ma pigpen,. Im
pmvod OWumalmlmfed), hMpI
tuftkad am famiss Ism" -880-0 bYI
sibsof ws yu a ndsw. no&d

A A. 0 L. LM,
ATiOlRNEY AT LAW
And 6Salor is B3mIt

Ss' lases". U meanoa ma W
MSI PMUssls. All bmisiea
assdes" so.Ooe "t de:Wt"
4"s. *&wsVuua. Fuemme.

FRANK CLARK TIMS W. nKW II
CLAIM FIELDINGG
LAWYERS
Prutmbo Isn mlOsort@11o ad

0Cfm Over Gast llm NadIal
Bank FEsU VET Ld&


nr"s UTUIEL


The read. Pie and Cake yIa
at should be uutrit'oua. The
Snest four. mixed with pure
rich milk and baked In the
"purity fashion.' aake our
goods the most delicious It is
possible to produce.


KEYSTONE
Phoe 166. R.


BAKERY
T. Schafer, Prp.


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CASTOR IA
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31am te
34at-ro of

Cemol imenttary.
Intendlu:. to a ii a snail lll alae II
bSotland. Arrbbbihb p Tait arranged to
bare his letters nddrea ed to the kial
ptetoeee. which happened to Ite almI
the hamleCs general tlore. On t)he day
of bis arrival the prelate entered the
shop and made Inquiry If tlhre was
anything for the archlbibop of Canter-
bury.
"Maybe you'll le that pIutcren yer
self?" the storekeeIer sureatred. with
out replying to the arcr li-,lk p's quea

"Quite rihbt." said lir. Talt. "I am.'
"Weel" added the tradesman. "I
have a saoe In a "h la' In l Adn. and
he told iiw li nin -e sstd toI it. I'aul'
catledrnt to, lhear ye I Irnach. and he
%as errni aiwel lnllttted wl ye':"-
IAi)ndon lionie Journal.


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THE I'AIIA AUN: tJAJNFSV'lLLF. Ft ORID kl JNE 26' 1909


NOTICE OF INCORPOlRATIgON.


-- TIME-- *,, ,1,.,, .,' 4;,'

University City.9 '
t .' o," ,I I
f \ '" .4. (;i
Oalinr se *,, l ,,,....ed .d o Io th,. i ith**l'im ,F' .i i\\ ,
most ili. iiri-4,1 .i- %ell as thie itil(o t .i f l g,( i-s .4
beautatui .:> si, t..e int.erlor of Flor- I' ; \Kt \F't.
Ida. It i. ,t.;t a. .:, the very centr I si 1i. Ki, \t;
of the Statt, Laltir ay bet,-etu the At. Articles of Incorporation of Wilson
Iantic and Gulf C 'a.-ts. surrounded by Doy Goods Company.
Ailds of ucbh .rtn ityI as to be capable \.. i ,11. r-cii. .1. h.r,-hv a.-
of producing a aiveat ariety of crops. ,I t. o, l..- a. thLrr fr th.i pur
to the heart ul the truck-growtig. ,1.0-.* it ftiriitil and leeiitnin a
phosphate and naval stores belt. She ,lol -,,.,rat.. lunderr the- la% (t lth.
as the bIt-t educational advantagol stan*il. Fi, t l, iIhi. aid (do hi, rl,, a.ak,.
l the State, good churches. with wl'1lt. td],l.ar, a tnd utih t rt>v tho. til
edflces atbich atu superior to any i.%itu thi., artilit.' f our inor
town of Iths itz i i Florida. with large' i-ratim.
land cunsti.tt'nt (ongre ationI, hAs a .Ailt I. I -Th. lan it. of this cor.
Climate which calinnot be excelled for i.,rl:,in >hall I il Wll-oi lr. t;l is
health and pleaurv. All these natural moi;. ,in. andl ,1 i 'tl-i. i of ihuiness
&dva itagl s,. %ttL Ue .ed Haitiu a prog r. .- I! '. (;l! .- ii. .Al lila c.la tii ..
ITe and e.i.i isi .-ig t'.-hui><.. ., ..r.a. ll .t -m'h I rt r>li>n I h il ., iiid
eltizenehip. ait :.r<. to uake a L |: i. of t .l. s ja.;I. 1.. .tlli-he.d
city. **l- whT.re a,. the. lilrcto' nr- u\ lu'tro
Thiere art iiitvy .ti ral ttri'-! "' llit i to. I ll I tt.' d.'t.rine.'
Ia clo ',' i>:u ihl r.I to their city, Ln11'f ti .ii II -l-Th.' ic i rail n.iatir. (of
Which at e Aa.aci.iSii Sin i'Giiat i f* ti. I-int.--* lto bt coilndiiit 1.1 10 this
Prairie. tIe l ). A il. .Mill IHopper. W ar- *. .. ,, ii% li:ill t i. h i to h i aiid 11 .iin
r%.u s t'a\e, and Lake Newnan. all of aiIl all kil.s oif r.nr lhandi.-. tM
which are reached by private convey- \v i.i ;'l. o ir t,'lai: l tt t:.. s.all. Inprt
ac .' )r* i;i -' iraillty lnitdi 'r.'oinal
Spring Park Stock Farm. the largest i -i.-r ti : ,i ,'o it I.til nlilt'ra'ntiltc
and flue'it lhi .titol k farm in the State. ;ai ii mi rraeti-nn. I -iii.t,. .iiand tol i .
Is only eight nilh.. west of the city .. -wilh ior1.0-. a%. -hall lw. n.-c.-s-
and is rnta ht It tb a good hard road, .-.i 1,,r n ;ill, 111. 1,i,,1 .t .. th ('l cll 't
affording a Luio.-t I|.aalant drive, -. ,, (id t,.,. r iii.ii>-,.l- d-.
The falrme i o), Alachua county, of .1I; 'l I I1 -Th. <;,in;tl -toofk of
which Gaiul-vallie i.- the county seat. th, (cii ,ai:Ih -.h;l't I.. -.oi..i ,, .l di
"liv att home ai.J board at the samt.- d.ed ilt- fI.,. tndilr.-d ,.hart.- of
1 e." The tetilp-rature Isl ver) untlli- *lii.i ie 6'1. i i 4..ei .| I )- I ), paidl tip
. scarcelyy "-veii reaching the liiin I- 1i full it a.h t -lith r.e i (oniiiiiiaclini
tIes ha suilner or the twenties in busine',.-. in di. rrimaililnii t % o
winter. The population of Gainesville hunilrd -har..s to r. taiit in th.-
Is abu.t eight thou--and. representing tr.:.-i iir th. conip:iii\ anld .-old 1i
oiearly every atiounality on the face .-ait j < ii,>i.i it iit |..s l ii;tn $i i t.ti
of the earth, and strangers always p. r liar. for cafh.l a.- t(,. 1. ,iv.. m.
meet with a hearty welcome. dirt..t
The University of Florida for young Anti l., IV Thel corpo..ratiln ) -hall
mn and the National Agricultural Ex- <(,z,. ., I,,, .\. full i..i,%" r to .'%r-
periment Station are located within ci. -it, ..r,.lriiatt frainchiiu for niin.tl-
the corporate limits of the city. In ...,t- afir i.th, (,licolih.. i il. uit
ftct. Gainesville has so Many things of ito (.rilrt.irat *'imt,'iitc.
ta t we ust he pardoned If we omit Arth -h V Thl. hu.>i,,ans of this cor
a few of them in the following eaumer- pioratioi hall I..e conducted by a
Wli.u U: what I'r.-.il,.nt. a Vi.-e-l'r.,ident. a S*-cr.
Gaineaville 14a: tarv alld Tr .-aur, rr.a .Maliagier. and
Onf artistr )ir.c(.or.-'.
Srtst. The. dir.-nior.s may be increased lb.
No saloons. ti.'" i,- .ia to anv nuinlor not ..x-
One garage. 1',-iin i%. The dlr-ctor shall IN'
Four bantl. le.- tI.1 ly th. tltokhold.errl at the-
Four dairi.. a iiiial -iockh(lder uit't'thing h lt Id ill
One fourndr ;h -ill. -!iorida. at the. Iorii.ai.al
O et r *ndrk I'11C. ft Icot llollt-1 of thtilt- col'l))1.lti|ll.
ateu r srchs. on th". firs Tutesmday in January o:
Te .iurchit. #a-. h t'l.ar. .-xginnintt I" i llt h' ;i.
One ti. plah ,t. 1' 1" Thrt ih,'r ,Iffi(cers .shall Ii.
Two h n arhti'. *'l,-et*d hy thl dire.tors inmmn.-diat'-l\
Ten phy.iia :ift. r th,. L tockhohld,. i t ilii. Tit.
S "i fu it --. fir.-t aluiial metiin.lig lishall bi. h.-41 Ioii
Tix fruit itres. i- "rst Tlu.r -a in Janluar). 1101-.
Two gunsmitha a .. I.. thi. tir- t' .'cti: ,. of dir.t( tor1
OneSix re itaura t atll aft a4 1-. i,* f llouinKg -hall! bI
i oard of Tr d o, .i ffir'i 'i- the' toriri at;rni i: I'r.--i
Six drug ttores. i ) A I'I'-'t- r. V r. ad.-
Four shoe shops. .TI : ri t.lleA .' 'r lita ,I
t aeour 'n r y. r, : r : \ It Th it-a1.-. ;a l r
liaonic T t ile.I I ii ', -. W' ('1
Twentv lawyers. T ,1 1- ", ,, ) (;l-'* tr
Twao Imholati shipsl.T. Trl I ail t 01':0
F o u r c o n itra .to rs Ait ll ll, 'l [ l ii l Uht l lie i tll -:
O ne bic)y l- i.' hop. i ., 4 .M -l ,,- hll",'>ii *,0 it, h thi-
Baseball diamond. ... ... .. : ni t, .1 ,, a t
Tw o ltee facturies. V i -'h, II : I '*l.I S
Six m usic schools. l i. t I l V ii nlt ... ,,* I. i -
One variety store. 41.ii, *' tit It, lr',lr ;.il 1
One public library. .il .;l"i ii i ;p : ti* k -i -" ri"''i l,
Two wagon orks I t b. i l t? Ii"a- ri.
Two planing nJilM.
Two racket stores. 1 -hi. ,G...... r
T'wo luilu ,'r ards. I i ii l I-.i, .
One marble orks-. ia, l ihari.(
Three sil-versiniths.t'I l 1hillab. i;;iliii,. i" FI,,ii ,.1
Three wood yards. 3",, hare.'
Five dental rooms .1 l ;aldin..r (.a.in..s. ill-.. Fl" ril.di
One express office. ** .har. .(
Free mail delivery. lI*'.. l. K ," ;- !'- I.. FI(l 't:.
Four beef markets. l" 'liHrun.-
Eilht barber shops. ( A'l cIIN'li uI' I!
Two public schools. J I s I'tTll AN;i'i-LI
Two music houses. I 1 "rltiO.AS.t.
A telephone system. .I I; 1; KI'NIH
Two haberdasheries. ln.S lli I. Ii Kl<
Two abstract office. .1,'' ,r Vl'e:l01.1 t
Four pressing clubs. A.lachut.i .'...iit
Two machine shops. I. ir, e i 1 i1 ,, 1 ,1
Two bottling works. -.ii hi.,i id., i A I i. :,.,' i,' ,
lix boarding houses. I,, tih it, ,I < ii. *. I -
One Catholic 'hurch. -,, !~ .li, r.i A '.. ,m i l
A m illitary com pany I' so.h :l, .. l,, .il I l n.a l 1 |
T hret J' .e lry tore '*, l1., *fl' I' -i, I. Kl. .i ", h, ,
O ne Ilios hate office. :i kI wi, i ., k j'd e '*, i I. *
O ne C('hint'-., laundry .i l -* ,.-" i ,. 1 :h .l.*,1 4 I
One Christian church. .* *l, .. .. r: .... .1 A ... i
Two steam laundrles. Inc r 'i i t '*1 t il-i 4,
''Two Advent churches. ,.. .. ,;,.i ,. I,, .4 ,. ,i
Oue daily ntw paper. eio', ..', 1 ih., t II .
T w o ha rd w are sto re s. ,., ;* I *' t "-. .'" ,. 1


One female 1,.1) tl laB. I -.. i
Fifteen grocery ltorea. I, ', I .
Five Bapllt churcheL. I ,.
Three furl.lture stores. I. 1
One cold -turage Iant ,' ,
One W etkly nl. l% alr. ., '
S-iven dry giAsd, tores. -I
Three' cold drink stands.
One electric light plant. r l- r..
Three blacksmith shops. T f r'i!rzr rtai.,.'if, t ri--
Three railways systems. F I- flr. in-urtanct agK-lIr lt
Eight it. i,.. ol.,i lt >i iers. T < ; .' I a ,,'l t f. ed 1~t1 le1
Two Epi,-.-':i'al h:.r-'h s. l i t a-ke't faCtirr
United State.- la .j ',:.te i;.' I;0- 1 r. t:.K rr..c .
Onute c'he:l a lil. a'r i.r 1.- \! .:, ,l t
Thirteen Suhid.t Ly .' I lt016. A tiiI+ri l Iti r .i F\, S. i' '4 it II, t
Two vetertiarv sur teona. F la \\ r i. i" '
One Presbyterian church. 'if t. de .-i,,tt.. i. i-'.ii *
Two cigar nlanufactorteal ltn.i! I. aI.tt :
Four re.il estate agencies. 1 i r, uil it I.... i ,l -
Volunteer flre department. T, of I lt t.i I, t"., II
veral la:iAbr r colupanles. (tri r
re. Ileth(bdiat churches. '*. llt abl.-al tiratl a d f*-d
brlas band organlutiloo. ,,r
0 potogtaph gal ere. -
er orWtag pur e .. 1 TaOnll
Wlorid Wtoter \V\al.r li"at a. Uad Gai---."l "
semi-weekly mewpape". a
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To Be Given Away by the Merchan ad The

Sun to Citizen of Alchu Cuity!



Each Section Gets Prizes!
Contest to Clae August 18, 1909

Realizing that all shouldd share alike in the distribution, leading business hours
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Dianond Ring to rezidelnt. of Alacliua county in three different sections. These
progretpive firm.. will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIA()N CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pianos
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prize as follows: To
the first tive candidate s in each district, excepting the winners of the.apital
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeenale sa
cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, Dlaon
or .John Church Pilnost. In addition to this they will give a certificate ood or
2.' to all other contestants in the race, iand will make special rrannguXents with any-
one to take care of their parer on all purchases of instruments at theirah pri.
T1,O fi.i l- *eiR Will embrace the city and suburbs and be eoa
T U na snia SCtfinl ted to a radius of four mile, in each direction.
The winner in tlii (district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.
Flstel d -J tlmr sCMl^ Will comprise territory from Fair-
UEster andm o t Mn C banks all points east and from Ro
chelle all points south-Waldo, Hawthorn, Idl;nd Grove. C'ampville, Micanopy,
Iake View, Tacon,;a and all lpoints along lion. of T. A- J. Ity. ONE PIANO.
Sa Will comprie all stations from
western and Northemrn Sctin Ilague to 1iighi springs, Trenton,
Wallnnee, Wilcox, Hell, Newlberry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered


liv this area.


(ONE P'IANO).


How and Where to Get

- .Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid Into theli establishment for
goods which they handle:
Gainesville Furniture Company, Furniture.
Phlfer A Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings.
Oainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Me cilnes.
L. C. Smith, those and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions.
Saunders A Earle, Groceries and Feed Stuffs.
City Bakery, read and Pastry.
P. V. Smith, Fresh Meats.
Crawford Davis, Livery and Sale Stables.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Brown House. Meals and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits. Etc.
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertlizer Co.. Fertillizers.


Whmr VIs y k Cut
Ballot box wl Iw b m te e- tabl
meats of the merchants tivL vote ird atl The
Sun omle. Votes sent by ml mul t be directed
to the Vot'Ut C monte Departmet of The SIe,
Oainosvlle, Florida.


Rules and


itio


1. The contet is nt to y vI I
Alacbus county who I o the "- t
of the contest or voechedl r by reU-ta -
person. to them well kewa.
S. No employee. attack or relative of thek
prietors of the above-*amied Bras are l hi
participate nl this cooteet, aMa wWill ab
o manAer.
I. la the event of a ls-werstaadi_ e_
candidates or others i terested nl this eat-l
such controversy may be referred to the e
doctors of contest, who alome are the persome
quallfed to reader declaos.
4. la the evewt a candidate decides o with
draw from the race. such candidate will aot b
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of aaol r
candidate na the castete


TI-IE DAILY STNT
4il 1ubtftbe New lauMltberl
$1.25-Three months' subscription ....................... 500 votes 700 t
$2.50-S:z monthly' subscription ....................... 1,900 vote 1,500 vote
$5.00--One year's subscription ........................ 3,500 votas 4,500 vote
For a club cf five one-year subscriptions ( '; :. ;,""'U ). .30,000 vote 35,000 vote
For a club of ten six.months' subscriptious (,,, ,':," ",:,",).. .30,000 votes 35,000 votL
'l i o-r,, i- liio it t(o thl d iUliil..r of ( tlul ca -li coitn'llt,.tae lt IIaR iy tcurte.

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


$1.00-One year's subcription ................. ............ 500 Tvo
For a club of five one.year subscriptions ............... .. ..... .5.000 vOte
For a club of 25 oue-year sobscriptions............................ .6,000 vt"
',reJlr. I lillit li th tl. ie i il*'lr if Clul m ea h cOntntestant lumy secure.


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Mr. d Mrs. Le Pord ot f Newer-
ry wore vlitor.r to the city 'fe a-
era. be former bame o dook ( -
ter atge tor matters, while Mrr. Ford
wu o a sLoppllus elxpeditIou.
ateh erhMebe In two inuaptep, tooth
ash or palt of brn or scald tIn ve
oa uter ; hoarsenu. one hour; mu-
01thre two bourn; eore throat.
twve bour--Dr. Tboma' Eletrtc
mOe, ooarc over paen.

mrd a Mfroa b ofoe In Tenone ee.
havls been rfntuuhun.d ou account of
t Ilaea- osf is to(bther. cno *lu
broAmht Lher from Ro se l'oul uad
pracLd tar hap .tlLtl.
L. B. SIawl, wbo h a been spend-
lao the patr week at Cedar Key. *aor
In the city yesterday tw route to boh
ioe at Alachw a Hoe tate u tt thb
abhlve thbers i lhe mad report ha
!I Lhad a trs phi .eltd outoiiug
W K. Halle, oulwprutend.nt of the
( Tiethcrn ~ lKe pr,- o the city yes l
Ic tu xrtmerl IU Jaci'kou llil. sw F io
the ciL) yesterdayy on a ohort Tn ss t.
ble brother. E- ana r allh. ad tl, I'u ,
ftr the laterrest he roiprre-to l


Foley's I.oney and Tar is esp-cialll
recommended for chronic throat and
luha troubles and many sufrrerr fruim
brouchitis, asthma and cosaluuptiou
bave found comfort and relief. by us
tag Foley's Hone) sad Tar J. W. Me
CoAUu & Co.
Mr and Mr. V It li rLstr and Iterr
reilui little dauglhtr of E'uatioi,
lwre amuun thte huptL. re Le re )e-te-r
day Mr Hlester is the popular aget-l
at that Ipoul and has Just about
closed Oue of the eHlteet *eas,.ee rrr


Gainesville


National Bank


OF OAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

At the Cle d Business Wednesday, June 23, 1909


LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ......... .......... ..... .... .
OVERDRAFTS .......................... ...................
REAL ESTATE, FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .............
m ---- -
U. 9. BONDS AND PREMIUM..................$195.976 t'
COUNTY BONDS.................. ........... .... 21,500 0
CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE................. 181,352 88


$364,000
192
40,732


88
79
63


399,82M.) 86


$molls is


CAPITAL .......... .................. .. ............ .... ...$. 100,000
8URPLUS....................... .... ............... ... 20,000
UNDIVIDED PROFIT ..................................... 5,376
CIRCULATING NOTES........................................ 100,000
REDISO UNOC T ...................... .. ..................... 2000
BONDS BORROWED ........ .............................. NO,500


INDIVIDUALS AND BANKS ....................$5,78 56
U. 8. DEPOSITS .............. .................. 10,000 (N


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60
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519I,978 56


Sil3.ISS 18
STATE OF FLORIDA 16
County of Alachua f '.
I, C. A. Faircloth, Cashier of the above named lank. do scol4 nly swear
that the alove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and lhlief.
C. A. FAIRCLOTII. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 24 h day ,f Junle, 1rW.).
-. .-- -- -- ---- --W.- If. ANDI)ESON. J.., Notary Public.
Correet-Attest: Dr. M. H. DcPais, T. W. handsd, Win. R. Sttekert, iDiretors.


Thu kh II Es h s Sims r Siriq Eviipct ht tb Ete i
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W~ibUMbkemiY-


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Twemtyve pounds rice for only I1
today. Sally &t o's. Cash Grocery.
Miss Lois Hale has returned from
Palatka. where hbe was present as
court stenographer In the Kelley-
Davidson cawe.
Misses Anna Ilair Tbomas and Ray-
mond O'Neal of Dade City are the
guests of the former's sister. Mrb.
8. A. Ledbetter.
W. L. Pratt of High Springs was In
the city yesterday. While here be
called at this office and had his
name placed on the subocription list
ut 1,4 buu.
If it's freh, tender meat you want.
just call up J. G. Harrold. The.
largest market and expzrieunced men
to wait on you. Groceries and t,*'c
tables of all kind.
The "Quick Meal" lai.ollie' *tote
will do much to make the kit'hbe,
more coofortabk' these hot day
The Hard rd dware Companl) furnilh
information coucerning them Ina new
ad In to)> a sun. KRead it.


Jai. F. Smith. the photogrApher.
will go to Jacksontllte today, where
he will remain until Tuesday He
go~ for the pIuripose of se'lnug bi
mother, who willI lave Monday fior
a sumumurr's outuin in Mar)land
0. (. IBarker of Lottictlle' Is
among the t iltors to the city. lit-
is engaged In the mercantile and unill
bulnuess att hat place and stalte thlt
he has a de-nand Hloalle for all thei
lumiti r helic ( u s wli, ll it ti id iidej
that b s(t etiou ti fa t- buildihlK up
T J ('ulc of RHIkalih wua inl the
l)t> )-lst e ldIa. lit' ;u a el rtoulte t(
his htumr Ia ,Un Jack -'illltl wl hrc li
has bte ii efor the i.t- tA A dej. oin1 '
but.-li*. i a t, le jt tl h d ( li iu l I
for luuillmr in liicrall -iig duill) alci
tlit the prices ia ,e e ih r.il-.d full.
I1 -r thouuanid within (, tu pdlt I(ee

(',oIgresr.uai Frihk C('lik Mi
C'lark auid twu dauglirru. Misses Lu
S1lli aind Harrit-. hate reluturd to
ij ( ti and arer usa cinoufortalL. lI
(.At.1 I i their rrelidnutet on 'Wet
li.rt. *f tre-t' Col ('Clak hap bwee
nt % ai itu(uu for the past frew
youths ahile Mrs C lak ri luto
lialllll rt- It, <-conia.ll t thet uuuig


osjwqe q oa f iWb v7 aay. bdl "e fIrvm &cool.


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5 Cat Per U

aIJUATION WANTED.

LUMBER INSPE~ ToR want. position;
can give r feretnc. Adllrem "ln|wmfc-
tor." Sun oithee.
SALESMEN WA.ITID.
SAI.LKHMAN WANTtl) o commission
or $7', and up lmr umouth with ex-
ikusea. as IM r contract. Experiencet
uniiuneces.ar.. Premier Cigar Co..
Cincinnati. Ohio.
Mru. W H. Christopher of Jackm,~
ille. who has tbeen %isiting Mrs. W
I. llrtuc. for the l ioa,. few da) re--
turned to her honie >) terday.
All are cordially Invited to attend
Sji itcitc on Jul)> rd at SMagne ia
S riii, E- I:\ -r.r o ei will le' i,'rnilltted


si- l'.lt iii the,
'mi Ithal day
Mrs. G C. Cro
Klner. ,t (Ocala
theb city on a
family of C(ol
t :h-. i to lth -ir


FOR RALE
copy and
Bun omf e.


FOR SALL
rgypwriter ribbons, both
record. 75 cents each.


POR RkNT.


FOR RENT


,Lwer Ilrt of residence.


Apply Te-l grapii Offie..
FOR RENT--One ix-room a.d t,
fiveroom coitages in South Gatlu
ville. Apply to Coffin Factory office
FMR RENT Ive-ruom cottage as
block next to square; city after ,
electric lights. bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at Uth
office.

FOR RENT -The U,-rJ e srersidJece
on East Loilirty stre.t. on lA-. e it
detilred. Inew and up-to-date. AI-
ply to Alachua County Abstract
Conipany.

Want adver tnlag is a force wh
you an harness. and with which 7
a- drive your plans aud
to amy desired desNmam


iprinig fre 01 charge tA AAm
Im and daughter. MiI B t having your ,HIe. npaireI by MOI
who hate been Itl Rlt (0lI-\,N tl.* great IMr.lon
ihort vilit with the 'Makr". Will 's m e isn "mUilnuta
W % i o, while you wait- free ofl c ia f nt
I i ampt on, rI l 4i toy l b. W r,
eO I ist night. bio* seal door to Eiliub. W Ulberia &


First


Bank.


Capital, $100,000.00


(ONSERVATI VE-PW ~ ; It E~ssi %E
We take givuua in pled" our faclhtle at &IY. el 1Atjal &I si sill he
14.-am'e~f to hmw youo ortLtau on us it eisa(41111it1 litle(PIjM'iilatb
a checking O tp AI'i aw ct'eUt'..
- IOL'R PER CENT PA 11) is i('t ?.A % i (a-lk 1) 1 t'r


Jad. M. (,rslraIA, he's.
1. eArld. '4ae-tPr'..


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