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
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 29, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01712
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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PROHI. AMENDMENT IS



SAID TO BE NO EFFECT


Cmm PosiNy Be Stale-WMe ProNMltk Before

1913 Eva n AeMmit Is A4. -e


*" I 01 It \\ l llio n T iania Trthl In, I t irtilr l .XIX ofi the' i'onl.lillstllh a Ipro
I'1. 1N"I i \O' te s' 2 d t f~ad' ftor Ithe ale l Intol t atil ting II
1 att~Mpi1 Moileta is1 1W a llh10, i I desire tl *l l 1iet Ie11 sni te- atidt lrestriloae-
tttll tlHll I"rolh Itlh e hallans oilt a4s,,r Ihe,'i Il manner and sialel \ here *. thite
I*ai'"r ot a lihe 'n- ltIern 'al, ln oi tIe. ial,,a"ed a eindlel st tI I rt 'rllcle' XI
1 II1llh. entol,' ic ,lrc1 r'a t 4 1. 1 l, nl l*'**'1 to prohlhit the, niamlfl c turle' nrid
re. tlalt n plsa llr .IlAssl ntAll iWe111 sin n.111 to *sale' '* s s-uch issintlo tica llna Ithliaor and
article XIX ot the et, tilittition ot I I.ee raIe. .. tielsI therehv an entirel-l
State of Fle ida relatlin to Ihe iii-t .I ellffer-n-l St ll.),.et and loreltn to Ithe
fa.clture and smle' or other dls. alh''blt mIatte'r asI exipresl.lsd Iln article
|I loal of inltcrlsat'llit Ihitoears or XIXl 1 the*' coanllitutlIon It could
Iet\arrace- Irl'|s Ii I i. tSi I ll- t. )1 .1 st* as well, ha' hillebe an ansendment
I .elirsltatelll. co.mnalllh known ll ithe Of aIl \ oalthr trliclde of Ithe cni- stilt
lorilh hiiillon .lalltiill,,' sit .sai o is, liw tIoml. k. stnil 1i H.rticle XIX
tlltih trrelgulartlei its m -i h IalS. unl e .l 111o I of article XVII of the
s'tenl an will rendle it isr.rs!tiire. c'onnuti ion olf the State of Florida
'Thle said jotinlt re -,ol.tin It n i a iprIlde.' the' nlnnner of I(roIioisi
cspi' turnIshe-d h lif sal lih S .i.i* t sasndinealst asind how athe same sni;i
4of tlat.. s a thll.ow- I'. lill' I'lrtli o iiis lit titutilol.
.ate oit iln res|toltitla pril o .istiu e( ion I of i hain ;rtl<'le Iprom ides'
AiM a t,'ii dilent teeo a4tiii. 1 XIX ol thie. **.1 I'"llliol IE:lher blraiilh olf tih
i'blse-titat l s 1 ol t e th l.te' of io"l ,ila. l latlure,. in re ul .l r e.' siion there
rsilatlll I t, Ihe imirnulctlurA Hi. r :sa le ":1 ,' ITn lP'r 'a..,n aiiendlma nt', ,i o thi
*,- oth r sit-lisa.Ml I o le sat s it.. i "l la titltion. und if the s name le
e4jui:.' t r t. \et % ;, t4r d.tc t( t lho I Ihree-Alflhst of all tIh;
1it, it HR esii' loe hIy It l. laitl 11ture in' i 11 i r. ele'e(l to each houlae, FIlch
of th*e Statc of loiida iro,,ic-clt arne'ndmentl shnll Ite' ellter,5e
SThat article .IX cif the cotllliu llan il thir relisctiee j4irnials wilh Ith.
I(iason the St.1te of Fclortida te' ad s a 1 and Ina.ip and Iulbllishlied ian olle
thi. Nstir'e Is Itr.rers aMiie1'late d -it "'tapel r to each count) whe re' a
ito re.tl tas iollow,. *i s.aper i I published for thbree
AAllIk XIX Sc~tion I The mnanu. :ast''lha Immediately preedlll the
fncture nad siale.. harlter or excthalng. ."', I general ,ele.tirca of replre'.nta
**f all Intulocallin lquorsi and l~,ver. tI'e >. Ia whkth ek'*lcion the tate rbhal:
sc,' w helihe.r *t.lllohts. i Inour or '' s'ih0mltte.d to the e.let'ors of the
InalI. alt'e hereli lprlohilhite l In the liMate for allproal or rejectk .i II
Stat.' o(, ikernd. c'e'u I' al*roaholl. l(,r "t mIajoritl of the eilectlori voting uponi
laedical,. sietessatilt air oel e'lchasikal b(ur "lc.h is asieindneiat me t a uch election
I se'.a. andl wine for ...t raienltal pus hatll adiot the' amendment. the same
, ."'. I aile o t which alcohol and hall It ialme a Iart of the constltu-
' 1e lori' (l ie o t-a th lt- re .old plia l '"11
Ia' repulatetil 4i lw It an adlsory opinion to the Guv.
SSettlon 2 Tlh.I I.cltslatlre t hall **rnor. l.4th l'ki)rda' report. I e l .cl ;
* .alt sultablh' lea Ior th e niforce Iha.' -sti'rtneme court of Fiorida holds

'tletost his. article shliall K I'on' leoatratlie and tof full force and
t ito venft. ai oI li nfir-it 4.i olf Jul.. ff'STI :s"ad parr eat the' con-tituteani te'
A i Is s.t ilanit. ua|oiisli Its aapr rval and adi|l
Past ed A e hetnalte April 22. Ilt ht a iajort 'le of the ctlect
,,, s ort* of the State This same rule is
.' M Hudsol.n Pre'ldent of the en- 1t' If'o In other American Stat'es
AI,. I 'ro taiillo ulf the ionsiltution rtegu
* t' A l"it1,t Serelta: of Ilhe ienate I.At1lltits1 Ot*1 amIII ndmlen(t l otlhere i
''assed Ic tihe' HouM' of Hleprscentlt lhan c icrnlention aret general? to,
*a'tacse A It% I e lI* s'' I1' l i,,r d ldered l mandatory rather than


I 1. Farris. Splaker of the Houss
of RipI.-*' i al.Ial'ei
I t( K*llum. tChief C'l.hk of the'
IHoue otf s II 4pr l IeIse tlai (,-*
ScThe oi hlilt Istilon of the Slatel ti
Shoailitah which a.se a3ldoltede Id i ths,.
I h lItors otf i ldh Slate at the ii,'entral
S:le slso Is-tl II Noi e melli ni I lI%%., Mil
' hi 'h i lt % t i lltlii n ll iee i .stlid a >tit :I;
SI htllis' ha1 lle eiff sWI* II\ l .tI tu.ira 1I
I .% I. I Ithe o I .llsll t I o e ll- I $l.ila
Sf IFlorlia altll I 1 ,Ihe dirare-l esIlrel'e
.n of the l.Ieletors of saId Stale. as
I Itli lllifu lit i ii 10. 1111%4e l l u mill 4 h 1 l1,
I illmi' allut helr l ae pl Ih ed U|s'I 1lad
i tili authornt& and ttie p oers and
S th-la e o th<- eea ea s s ial judli sal
I anchs-h ll t il Ih Stl- i S t K e ee Iirs1 i Isa
The' Iramiser' s il lh e llSlont-Iitlilon,


the' elgisaic la m pra isle-At its seaidtl i
sltrtl ie it lllr la t |si.re i l. I I' sI.id Ii
sirni l l -assltas n', ia edth i' t. l I Ii,'i' ih
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I" rniaalsli or dlrector.r aund a strict
,I,-c'rallicet ofl ttery e ulsltantlil re
quirmrlenlt Ir e*'entlal to) the' 'alidlity
of the protcomed amendment TIle,.<
pritloslasai are' as hindin on thle l1i
piel aS oln the I Atls*laslure' and hl
tact iaer are Inw ,1 I's ia (heir
salve of ca t"'e111A41,e 0' Ii l legal 1

iillallal of ahieh as mallde itn disr
Iald of II iit11Ion n11 (-1 1at,-4d In li h
eoustiiutlelon t4'He' American and
i:nslaih Islc'nlolacedla of l[aw. 1'cond
edillionl. Volunac 'ale 9 041, aInd
case'. tIherein elited, a, Iot s clear act
cording to the rule of co01
at ru(ctl lt of cotrltllutl tiotll pro
%ihas llib. Ihut as elendineni I ts ulut t IN
stalimalltla l aitd adlopilted itrictr l IIn ats
iordimcite a tiil the prol ,eL iiia of Ithe'
I I lrl st Il l ll II se 'lf
I I lie A wiord t hi-reIolertr *i leated
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T~VS i'KI A IW1(bB


IMPORTANT MEETING


OF BOARD OF CONTROL


C.L P.LY T e Sicc N L. ry. Ir a Cm

d TaI rM .


The .tJaksngIlle Metr.lacOi .4

A laeeting of the new Ikard of
( control, of mate Neludtlalnl Irnsttl
tiens W11 heldI this moneolng at the
ifflet f N I' I lran, In the I >al
i .1 .s!.I.r, i t :1. lA11 Thee Bfirt tasi.
sa.'s wa n. lhe election of P. K. Tonel
?f I'eP),acol as chairman of the
toard. to succeed N. Hrlyam, whose
tine had exptrd.
"A IrovMltion was cronsiderd for
erecting an addition to the I'rlverslty
of Florida. at Oalnewslle. to he
known aim Hcence liall and Kpert
ment Statlnm. It was tllmated that
this addition would enwt ( tO.o00oo. and
the plans of the new itrlcture will
he drawn ona scale which will eon-
foram with the beauty and lies of
the other Imlldlns. The contracts
for thee Immprovements will be let
it the first smeting In August.
The Law Deprtmewt.
"The law department of the I'nlver
alty will be opened on the lrt Wed-
',ed's' in Heptelem r. This brameb
of the University will be In eharw
of A. J. Farrab. former den of the
law department of l etew t'alver-
alty, and Prof. H. R. Trnuse,. wo
was also eoScmted with the law
scehef' cf Ptetron.
"T h r'nirse In legal studies wMI


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tIon when amendments shall hccome
\Nlo I iPlenill thna this |i'rnal' hel
;inn. t ietit It I" In dlir-. t ii Rnilt w*lit
thew. the unttiton rrec 'e-tlhe at ht si.i
me.lut onAld thr hefo pl. n stilch Inolnd
at lit. oiltelllalr tle re tr, -ln sand there
**lectoir* adiiiltn Hag ltineslsat'nti aret
ntit aulhthrlaied lie P41 t4he. linatl ahead.
other thin iraildi.d Ii* lh. h r ntiltu-
llon wh.len 1anindmorns hall therncn
elh c 3 ol Now then. thied I Inx th'
v'ase. thi, quelPtlon tiwold im' what ef-
ftcrt would this hai' Jullon llo ano tnd
nilnat. holdd the Ilt e-tar arthe' endr
al e-lectlm of 1the adopm t the id amend
lifnt It In certailnly c.le'.r that sipr
tlon 3 of Paid amnndaiv:It Is Inl earl
n:atirl of the ether porliono of the'
ti11'a,d0lt 1 lit It I' iuad' I>art and
pr.er'-l of the' nalaindm-n0t aid if mon'
smart cf the- amendment Ir submitted
'iaroell titionally. It would rends, r
th.e entire' amnieldna0itt Inoleratlvie
.ild i.hIl.
Now nluon the other hand. should
it be held that the pr,,,.oposd amnsid-
n1ent is constltutlonall. submitted
and that the electors at the general
elet'tkm In 1910 shall by a majority
vote adopt the same. anid that the
insenduent ball lieciuc part of the
osuatitution legally on the Arst day
If July. 1911. then there will occur
thi isrrv":ni!ariTl. Then aild amend
iamei'it dioe not provide any penalty for
i .llaiatli of the' rovelr'ons of said
inieisdlallmnl. but .ectlton thereof
Sr~aIdres that the leKisrliture shall
enact suitable laws for the enforce-
sltent of the' i sr %iolns of this artl Ie.
Iherelly rl rdelillt nxthe said aluenm t
imcut Inoleratll e until the legiblj
Itre' hhall ha.\e Irerscrlited laws fo,
theI e(lnf>orenlllnlli of its pirolvlsions.
The anse o ideaiii, n.cfording to Its
ewlnL terims.. will Unot I bconlt'e a Iart
if the conllsitutlon until July 1. 1911,.
Ihere'fore' the lealli ltutre- which con-
ent Iin lite Ie ani eal se umlon In 1911
IIll hae' avldjosrued pil.i io thl time
Ihe' aIlmendlment liecomes operative.
anid theref-une the' hi'lislaturee of 1911
in its regular s,'-rsl',n lll hate no
lower Ilto ev'act 1.1'r for the ulfor, '
me'ni of ihis* article, for when a leols-
lailet hod) acts under a sa clal
ar;liiated Mliower. It certainly cannot act
ilntil utich tine' when such grant of
i1omer lm.onle. os lwrative.
I'uder the irovlsions of the costv-
tutitn ofI the' State' of lorida It .l
irt) Ided that i tslof ,Le I slature ointll
Iteome olperati'le six'r davs after the
';.al adjourniment of said body, uulves
the.. ball natme a dil-relt time,. un-
der which pnroiiloni the bl slature
can Iroiide that Its arcts hall take
efect Imceanediatelly upa their pass-
age and appro-al. It could not be
held that the li*gillalure could
'lic(t nUillIalle Ias to enforce the
lroe imelli, of alhl article to tbeomel
.Iff.',.c5 e li\'l sua after ille filal ad
)<>url li.hil and si t hsrel.y tI'w a llhiln lhe
atti Ish.1 t his uissa ldnalell halill I)Iw
inii** f -fr iat e fr th(e IA'gll lalure*
,, .-I t,. \* | r iat the- ltari, it a1s 1
trIl eucanaho'i illllte i,'ae'i a fut ur,'e e 'eil
eia l It i la 5,d .in I its lt is I tal iai ' ''Is 1 a l, arSt of ite le eol s>tt litealso
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ce te ll yeeft sa"the ombtod@e
0 t11 avesONl the bpg*Uobv e 0e
by other lwa ma of inlm f A
ba~deomrn.lib"rarW IN he pusebwd
fqW I1W MW. at studyw na.md It In O00
Purpose of the re4 of dim@I to
make The l...lC400 *ha 901111of
any is the S1nthm S01lee.
16t.0414".eby LaupWIL
'-To these was am laeftelled on
law prackv the =4o066
dpeirtaemnt 94tbhe slows" at
Oalmirqsllle* *ilhe IsWI a"
tbe tours. of The yo* 01149
fo'r a krnw led of law WO b e W1110lb
ed closely. IM1110 e910 be"ld fto
have a ecow" of 11 1 bres 0111111110
pro rtweet lawpr" of p eow
rnouncoueset of 0wbis W1111he nod
later an.
Th~o..vs arede e(Cs mse ~_ e
-Tbose be soon" Ibb milift
melanestn eno. IL .Tals of *ftub
colw, IL. Wav oinwof cumY.
w Kires at Aodiu.W. IL a.W.3
of Old T*m se 1. P.n wo
Joebse a "Uhs"T wu WWQ vow al
samiesdow do is t of me g
vervlly. an sees t oiso ~
sittown to a W w la'oa
1TU ver E'b wb
the VUloir W11 wib m at ui
nmee. mod the iuel Of fs W I
of Coaselwes0 m d OhM"111
lag of tow erm Win i a w
her of sedpest em the li1


The Summer Normal Had



Very Fine Opening Monday


The (lalnevllle setlo of the WUloe RSortaa. Ml- La-- aii W
State sumira r Normal oapead Moe. -m. (tai-avUIl. e--e ae the a ia.
day muornlan altb a flU attendaeo. A w Alsmh inIt tb as
rl^Bet- bALl Ul. dr ^^ lied fti
Ur. Murphre. is detald id Jack ora tO e ae luI e dr B
Nomll OfS mm o ether W
%II#* on important bulanes. and MaJ. come (.
VIor d is in charge. The devloMsal The facetty reacted by tate
.**erlees were conducted by Rev. I *erIlratedeidt HoUle ew Is tre
i Itridsll'. Ilator of the Firsrt etbo. aad mthelsastl. mea e
Jdit church brtiag ripe scholarap sad ripe e
T1'I' e*urillnil.at ret.aleed a higher wprievtur
aI*' %erase, *,ld a hilsher degree of TIw ttud.ets of the o l th lrda
ch|ilarblip Ihba Iln t any |lrettous Normal Institutc ar very It to
.fiar This ole|-akI w*e foar thi ed lurea erideanc Mers. akor Bllatem
'liiisal iullfl t II, Iulliasr Nurntlasl aid W' It Taykur and 'dsl Mtml
A 's\ gi '|eai in Ih* '- ducatcor. tf the |i ll are tak(lang ate worka; MIS
4la.i 'I Ih IaeIK' iCallisle'r utk iisiK a 41ite* \'ioltia lhisi|il. State p imary work,
,* iii t.ati a a1 I" k i liaisi l ift iKng lail Me.rra H'e Woo Uiihl rt. Ha
AlA- h .i i 1ii.l. it ,l., l te l follIi ,I s IIiia. l y 'lCarri- Jeairn r aiise
\li l. II. l.i.i I iss.e \i--wi" e li lmi.i u ild Holly asow are taktin
I ir i' -I1'S. .* I 1 i I th... Nl l i 4 -IIc' arbi I'ru (' Orr Ilformsu us
\ ,.. ... I. h'. l1 1i I i iat tha I. aii. M I i ii lt r the last of t he
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made for a violatlom thereof. Th
amendment. however would have se
lerseded the original artlek XIX. so
that there will be o law to control
the liquor traffic ad every person
who desired to engage ll I could
do so without th, payment of my
lic.n--c tax or without loroeecuntlo un-
til the convening of the Llaislature
In 1911. or when the Ls.Allature ball
t'hae, I.reM'rltwd Pultable laws to en-
force this article. And lbte will oe-
cessarlly Ib an hiatus In the law
aovemrnin tthe liquor traffte from July
I. 1911. until the eoavebg of te
legislature in 1913, a period of
ItvUeal-one months.
I resletctfully submit the foreglon
views upon this matter. for the co-
sideratilo of the eletora of the
State. believia that they asold be


fully advi a oftdo Iad AM ~ d
ehametadmee. Iheal0ml thpe


Mr. A. WlamN of tair eW
died vtrl syudly at te me pitl
or Slnday ater mw mM M of
a shoa r vale It will -be --l
ad thAt sh was 1r hoe1 We
edar Key and pbIsed to tohe lst
tion. but oewla to hbr oaltWM- -e
dittom she seoumbed to death bef
i mdll aid *eaU asItat her. The f
Imal wme a to her (Me sl
Coedr hkeyfor t hee Sh e W"
the wifeof iomter J. A. WIMa.


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f a i latie to rhlk and Jewstl rror,~t

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1 MXH INMNINM(-- drcka fa
ted; hP-obIt b ohe1 teo lhor i*ler
i to whe4 te. No rur.
Itueway hit to Tshor(. ho f Ilret
Me I v T *Uuc outi. nnu out |,lthkr
Smle It. Jewetay tsakl. ller S-wl
I-I *hd to e crig lserIho d
i ml ei Jeto right tu d Jhor antd .vcro
e -IIIol ad II hruw lo Itlllulhk Ilnlld
aritI; Jlw elt( ou t (0 plic (, ilerl
suem. I rusm.
iVINTM INNINS -l.adrcw,0 uril
ed; D- to *ret, Taytor lroudld ouul
0 rt, Miuter od to third N41
l iJw teit to rt mid t-ach
WaOer ut sheK to ast; Desna6


S@n I W-eb
ilets am Ot; GOey lned
e4 to eM..r.. M; ev s.t.. d eat to
ble N.o res.
- W]nG.a--Iwsus otm
4eI; te l asNel ito Saet; M. l
Iar a- e- to ecmtr.
PAIINTOIAL&


3lttle mere stler. hoys.
On* de4~ out of four aum io sos


oy's d Oble n l the fourth was a


Tbe vriisoa were certanly fast on
the base.

HIMdrtik's ceesed up around third
mwy weetly yesterday
Spolta ads peg to th* plate fruo
mater wa a sei thrrow.
Wallert' etch o a fool through
the berncm was a heat(.
Miller amys "b eer op the mnsn are
so lsoA- I-p at I '."

To Osala s Jurb Ih prbabbl), and
th ju *t wac our smok
Spottawood will probably do the
cookingg" touorrow KvYp e'v blled
Ge*. Jack.


Hart s*,vld Injury as
He ,ucouraso the ,plteber
jlager In the teatm


regretted
aud kh*el's


Tml lur kgsh like a natural bortic
plm ,r IlII Y& ork u It thtIs.i a Illo m% 1il
cimmlliiw baud)i'Lass r on

of 4osl e a l.I1tim i l ics, I&e* I Is') 0tiat%
s41it 161.*u lirestoc nle Alla *I lkoieill t

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big twoults


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1 5.5.CUR1I

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r at $$'4* 9" 4 Ch# .' 4 e e.r Hh. ei 9594 C

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IC.CeCe5 ~t ~'. a~w 4i.. m A* I t 114 04o
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a. 4$ b5 k99 .494 C04 4".1 4 A.O% I. I'i5 g,4e I,.e q 4
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Pt ebomib Pt m(Arm t'wm0"gt'le
l. eW a mombero %I Iflot.'mnr h*.
of the Stato 1t0614161tu.*Ie A too%%
lkO th1fIM-4`141 ,11t 11Ile ken,. Ill# si.
a lXta4 hs ivttCna yNl. 6htfl o Ise
Ir Ncr~ rea', Inemes n~wI n-hatl st


Albshs bu (Wwho isiwso suesieI t,4it%
the hardware huotwer t %vmat e
was a Ilalto here vteerdu% it4
as!' thi. .eqt1 ha. I a lu's tl'r'..rl
*ilth k eut p of Mim ih 'ra Irttrlile
their. It *1 row week. that gr at ad 044%
to the cn~nttcrt 14 .0l


lanaI .1 Itrusnh Ithe' i i,, .1tiIt,, t4
The rl'wida F rut and I'r',rk ("*~,*
(tral. rame to )i.IuleS tit. \.'Mt 'rtla
to witama the )trhik Ctlv haowhall
team lay it on to the' (ltLk Hall
We are pirewrd to uotc that lAnuls I r
rapidly regalsing his f orwer health
He Iooks toettr than he has for
>wre
Sometlmals you may toe toll that
kthee ar otker things )lst as. *d
a DeW'tt' KidMry and Hld44ddr Pill.
ThaU*s nt so. Notueis made is a.
g ad as DeWitt Kida y and Illadder
Pit for say allwlets of theM kldae
ad bladder, whkbh always rsult In
weak back. ehrkeae. rheaumatl
llInl rheaatism aad urinary dli
ordem A trial of lWWitt' Kdnc.-
sad Bladder Pll Is aIttlent to con
dlao you how good they are Seud
yoar Manm to K C. C. leWtt Co
Clhkgo. or a free trial hor Thpe
are sed here by all druagist.
NSLUO0N *ST APPOINTMENT.
Sueseods Col. Pred Cobberty Who Is
NeW D0atreet Atterney.
II U Neltn, a. i ailtIIu' of th' Uirm
of NSrlitr i A Maliivi if \ ill>tt-4
has .twn b *a alpoin| rrl c'ublu-rl) as c rlli'etoer o t is
ltiu (for th' exports of C dar K<. awl'
tat Inlltii
'ul H. I Chubh. b ho har asi'r tl I
Wasilatmlh fur the leat fir d1.-4%
istatel that other r'loridla aispltint
urats that are rswoumuended I l the
comrlittel are rvcvtl ing faturabhle ow
sideratIos. aud that they all har
just raww to Ir'l g*IIeu e>,<'r the r sulit obtaelad IIt. %a $lad. h a
ever, to eaals return to his holme. and
state that It IIfully ten deltar
tukoorr her Ithan in Washinrgto


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INSURANCE


Fire Life and Aooldent I



CMK AVTOMIE COMWAT
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G. S. Xerchant & Co.


Staple, and Fancy Crocorles

MUT" Oft 940JANG -00- "10696VILL rLOSIDA.
u1bea ma a plo WP"d tf" Chieke. S9p aed hOPvOd
A 0~19% kmb of Hay. (N&Oats. )oU, Si. fafL 004%8
mad momO ad RwW. ebl noaly th Vo eYV Stgone"
4 4 a9so fteea, NWad urafsise sat l 51 eGoom


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4. ,l0n11 N ., t Irg lokner)4ne< ,
r t% en't to',W on |plavt in 607*.. To a
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dIt uIge nwtei If he utheatacrh ori
bowelo. Sold by W. M. Johnsoon.

l[ait theril moiething hich tonly a
aatt ad mn do for you today?


THIS HOT


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CABINET


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Condeteen Mwoadsy veyAg.

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'4 Isi -trit k I. AAndi Ila t night he' s.as.
l; orted it I a toeras saritc cu aM reditka


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m eie .r tit th e >a *|*1s tuir ah al t
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Mrs. Penney Dees at Hiepetal
Mi. \ t I t ; t'it t a Mlge t l. % lad
a>t ackh t at a l 01 %A t'l MH 'r eight he-ri
I ( a I eA s. Itit*. .ltil l 1Al.4t4 1 in th,
th>-|11.tl tih at tttl h i -ilit t I t uit lrtll
4.i a itiatii a a I at it t aI ti i a t nialsI
4att tl 1 C.t et* A' ltd (1d AKdi
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I ,lih <1 I'* m nl- ', .> l A.:, ,,tt
iThe tltria ts iir rr laitt ,te st int I

a '|"iAI.e tiutisi. eat 1tIes[t ts4. temBlg cra'o.0
1 e l fear Itm1llalt S of thlS li l % I It' C a arv

Itie uil l d tl l i a ei .- 4i he a IA\'t % il
lh r at hI e tliter ot deat h

T Big* HemrI
Is of two li..J4. c ''et1t and the
big he ati that cminCe frov a slck head
ache iw a .tour head er r feAl like
s soturd and )vur brain feel lo, amad
is4ar' Vou cane ur' it Itsl no tlite ,b)
acting oi )mour llter sItih Ballard *
lihrtath luc It It ortth otIa ligf lf
the. alolute land cttrUin r-ltlf )oall lB
t,' old ) UV MW Johnsc.
Notice of a1o


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For Fielvoie.heae and Achin,
WN'iaaster from iMatllrhmeu ecuadilikuas
'cahiws tar taae'raling t.1r) lks' Capes
,III%*- It redte'q' "the. fever mald n ,c
Ilte'ol'athe' ac-hlsag It'sliquid 10. V-:
&ad Ut) catsat drug amm'v..

Re bakwied.
Small Toeatnt C wtir the sllrgwa'r v*
maur.. Ii1antrkIm I'l..d o*A eteal
glutl ?marirolof IA tI t T0,1111110,' 11111541
Tto'mmay. il- ''wse I'dI*tee hortilvw'to-.


Her' Ciatmer
"C'an hO'w vlo. ea I-'
"W'e'll I'llIt 'll .4,t n I. .$6, .t
Wro- t~ t ta-Ito .%I.% I-* l- e1t- e' a1t9 1 % o e t rIII
mmd billolh-im alt 1Ama. let Is.or he'e'g' Ili


NOW TO GROW FAT

A Leas Steem~h the Cornaee ofThin.m
mem Nine Ysomile laToo,.
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itf ,%it ac thit it 4 lIn. hao r scras-
Sitr% arli asI ld ne Ik Otl caI'I IIe us (al
at Il s. %ur food irt nwrly dielt-lt
I%tila. lltake' iti ftlls I a proltsortion
1ts tlir tutlltous matter which thll
I'r 1ai1 o( dilt l1ikthi aborb and Ipa
Ilta Ithr tikud
Just as oisi as this atrit(tukw Diat
itr pafes aung h milbett be4ag abeorb
c'd jlur o kio sill yo rewanl thin
I' rhaip. sour sItoeach. huseia &ad
litir eurd a tlolh If your digwtila
rt not |Nerfie'c Mito ne tablet IIIl put
it righl atI ull.
Miona sIll cure ladigdltsll and
. ar) tcr tc .la l,'i l. aL a>1,i of the I st I
sc h Irwani|l(ll It rirv by buildlng
Andi ltiasi IagU andl ni b) ertcrura
11al a llreel sletaac'h io rsCtitese* ItI
hIt I; a l. d I.' alltI aie tr ha ali l ll
Iit ,r.l ti. li. tI l t.*i -. a sae> R mi4Ir hsoli
ai t. I htiiiis olif t Kes. heai elu.& aaftes
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4Oft of t00 AemeeeM Telee sad
TOIgrep Comps mini the teer
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IEXCURSIONSI


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4k Pa -Oft Moths& Or others
c L~ Item umu tam e b
a 161b 46~ 11F MP
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f tdjillotte cesrlrulls to the
UhSdilm"Ot mThaIthiis to a
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11Wpeole1nWaMto eV4 mch re-al
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O-w ad IMe easlto) Oal dis"Wmsn
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At as ams MI $OwA. little.lt U
-OWad ISDm In Obe gfd of b"
"N USU I. worth sosUr

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Pa.1b thee, atr luth of tWOnD to
"re' f~y pashver to egiveme righsful
phsrip i tn a but 4iu l W ethw
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s,90 0 to fDrvd,
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1100001at sb. .elp I.~
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Seen sosmfd to 11% lmhartsosm.'as
Ou ellin humws Otte, having home
PON"* a -ar bete e Sue& "wrn
~ O WIGulmgU aal a Yvan of his
sm~som WWONI low ma Im" I
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mom 0110019* theanmettiewhieh
N- I rusly nouudr
81011ft um he had sevor toot per.
IMM*Md WWe hd &aver harmed
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We i ,Sk U le sragethe
OWN ~ ow ees o wv rtuat he I
dowe i th" #Md. old b toded wr


PIWAPPTI As O PsInMU PLs.

Wbn the Paie Committee wa
krtf whab It wev pleased to call
eidst ee. i traingt tm tartf bill
IeW the lAowr mleae. It wa ner c-
art is these eoma--m to call ashe1-
li to tth demands of the FPork a
fruit gruwee as an example of hat
Ateetka mrun emay iM II do It so
true tLhy are et more ur'om~s ,ct
able tLhe ther Ifllos Ir (California.
but to seartrl as lacreare uf I.'
per crat the PeIme bill 's iuprt,
dut y a pitaeappI tiey nuake sawooe
thus like a record fowr she.r grv.ed
It was admtted by hw florida fruit
growers them l lives that tbe pli*
appl* In thler Stae was 'a bit uut
of Its uatle e*emeat." In other
wrds. khe uoly posMlble arliet-l
were liable to be alpied out tetlrely
by fIsI. ta s cw couM tlhe) hope
ear a alty arw.erB equI to the
tIs Irtd rt te, uw well wIthin
e dc the alaulet pmre. Never
thelkm. the frt gre wrs wanted to
try eaertmeets. and preSrred to do
s *wlth her people's mosy. It
eed hardly bek M d that hbe I Dn
eratic I*tsSur. c mittedI to tarti
for reverse sonly. ati4d their lfappro
a to a dlty which made *ve Mr
AMtric's strea stuomah turn a liltt
The Taallorr ameadwaeR rallinu
the I'a,. dut) 128 per cent was
carri4 agalast Pltaktur Aldrichb's %or
Nlius. Ilo'wralts su4td for Ihe iTnreaseu
and fourtree could iotl muster up
c' rag' euougIh lto iprltet against
thes. tlihw). whll' ithl. r eight o( the
plrt' ut Thboia JOtersMo aiil tlo
*taff took bthe ast. *iv .o .imnmem d-*


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said .'eU for tha. i hii j*r s *I~
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11411 Soar s& t 4'1,1144 11114 n't fil%~b & 1 s
1'el5ut 0 % 111 1411t q e I I -tit it'l
Our mmou.il 4,a act soil) *''a.. 1%
U~or tvalte-willwor) Is 10644114.11 4;140,h
WrcIsi ti i114100ieIe* ts I11.10 Wal,.IlaU
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lseow Pop# ovt** got 164 *ise .4 905.
(I arledC Stoles s g.,.tee.*$099b *

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pleasedton kern that theru. Is of I1 mt
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%MM able to ctt Io tall Its ,tstge
mmd that Is orleute Hall's Catarrh
Cut, Is the colv pealelve ruse hanowu
1* she uedhaI tvarntl Catarrvh
heftea cnestsulhmaI dlcaeee. e
4uiAM.a rvOff"ttnMnml Srootfle"I
Hel. Catarrh Owee. I* taken Inten
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Md uef"Se. urfare o f the. VSmteM
shes'.Sy do.erwrlsge t.efousolatkIs 44i
the dIsease. mmdgiving sthe rmIIovit
stinrth bybt hifotlmg ep he t rwatlt'
tIen Me assisting penre In doing Its
woo Te opetrtore haven e mach
fathf In Its curtiv, powered tht sthey
~ Of% H"undred Dlare ftor say
few tat It MIS to curer. l fur
WSencmilals. Addrema
P. A. CHL'43Y a CO.. To10d0, 0
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Be Spent


By Herbwrt Kaufman


Every dollar spent in advertising is net
only a seed dollar which grows a profit for the
merchant but is actually retained by him cvenr
after he ha paid it so the publisher.
Advertising creates a o will worth the
cost of the publicity.


It actually cuts nhintr. While it ses
kfuds it does not ue tham p. It helps the
fodder of a bun to grow rich and at the
ame time ee his buinea from not dying
when Ae does.

SI eliminates the persenl equation. It per-
petuates confidence in te sre and makes it
possible for a merchant t withdraw from bsi-
mur without having the prefts of the business
withdrawn from him. It changes a Inam to
an institutimo-an institution that will survive
after the death of its builder.
It is really an insurance policy which costs
nothing-pays a premium each year instead of
calling for one, and renders it possible to
change the entire personnel of a business
without disturbing its prosperity.
Advertising renders the business stronger
than the man-independent of his presence. It
permanentizes systems of merchandising, the
track of which is left for others to follow.
A business which is not advertised must
rely upon the personality of its proprietor, and
personality in business is a decreasing factor.
The public does not want to know the man who
owns the store-it isn't interested in him, but
in his goods. When an unadvertised business
is sold it is only worth as much as its stock of
ods and fixtures. There is no good will to
be paid for-it does not exist-it has net been
created. The name over the door means noth-
ing except to the limited stream of people
from the immediate neighborhood, any of
whom could tell you more about some store
ten miles away which has regularly delivered
its shop news to their breakfast tables.
It is as shertsigted for a man to build a
business which dies with his deast or ceases
with his inaction as it is unfair for him not
to provide for the continuance of its income s
his family.
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Lwbeh are r' ,1d y .i li Collr.or-Wt .. Icat u.it !
IT ll Ta.Collect.or-W. D. erktMha
pring Park t N : k Farm. the lar t* c..Cilin -.I I .
a" lnest bole *t- o farrd tu the Stat. Tr.,. D M
Is only trhl we...** yst of the t Traurr-J th aw-
d it ra-h4-d t, I% a good harrl rad l
lolrding a nmst I.pl.alant drive. Sut'r t sor Re t-tratlio J C. ye
The farerr t Ala.\1chua mUnty of qrai. !!U*I.1
wbk b ll l tl i: 1- the count) -ea it. l i
tllve at homer and board at tblh 1ni;. cOunty Comasoaimt r.- JHoh e
lae." The teuiptrature is ver) unt- ta"'I'r. Liartian. Hague. J
arm rscarckly -e r r-aching the niie roanenid. Caniville; J. W. May.
Us to A.ui..i.er or the twentli, in Archer. Chas. D W. Summers Treatonl
winter. The Iit.aion of Ganlawille .h p Can Gainesvlle.
is abot eigh it t .iad. representing t i Cannonti anesvlle.
nearly every nationality on the face MIe'nhbr School l board -R. B.
f the earth. and strangers always Week'. Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W.
meet with a hearty welcome. Moody. LaCrosse; G. W. MIMr
The Unlversi ty of Florida for young rre ,.nn
ni and the .\1ateatl. Agricultural Ex
periment Station are located within W ataor--l. H. MNCdlW.
the corporate ilnrit of the city. In Gain, -\ ille
6et. Gaine.-3ille hals so many thing Members House-byd L Carter.
that we Lu.t lwe pardoned it we omit Ganeville; T A. Dke Santa r.
* few of them in the following mamer- Glnv T. Doe S
Ske of what
GaOlnevlle Hma: City OMoers:
One artitL Mayor-Horatio Davis.
No iaboina. Marbhal-B. T. Arnow.
Oe rw e c Tax Asse.sor-W. M. Bradford.
Four banks Tax Collector-T. B. Ellis. 8r.
Four dair.-.. Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell
One foundr- City Attorney-R. E. lDvia.
Water a ork. Board of Aldermen-O. K. Broome.
Ten churches.
One Isu pla .t. President; 8 J. I urnett. H. L. Phfer.
Two tin shopli. H. 8. Graves. C. A. Colclugh. W. T.
Three bakeries. Pound. J. A. Goodwin.
Ten I,hy~vcia .. Board of Public Works-H. K. Tay-
Six fruit stores. r. W.
Two guni-miths. lot. Chairman; W. W. Hampto, ece
81x restauirants. tar); H. F. Dutton. E. J. Balrd. J. H.
One seed store. VIdal.
Board of Trade.
l81 drug ,tor.as.
Four shoe thops. Fir-t-class sewerage system.
State 'niver.-lty. Two fertilizer manufactcres.
Matonic Tlprle:. F.ve fre insuurance rageclies
aTwenty lawyer. Tio liery and feed stables
Two paint hop i y ne crate and basket factory.
Four contractors. ( rh, Els"' "'lub reading room.
One blcuc'le .ohp i Hrdsood Manufacturing Plant
Baseball diamond. Agricultural Exlpriment Station.
Two ice fa'torles. Florida Winter Bible Conference.
Ilx mutc fcthools. Five dretnsmaking establishment.
N music schos. national Odd Fellows S'antartum.
One varlet"y store. Three und..rtaking establishments.
One pub!ic library. Thr un rkn b m t
Two wagonu orks. TTo of -t.e best hotels in the In-
Two planing nails. terror.
Two racket stores. Two wholesale grain aad feed
I wo lirnil''r lards. stores.
One marble works. Two wholesale grocery establlh--
Three silversmlthsa ments.
Three wood yards. Water "that haa made Gainesville
Five d ntal rooms famous."
One express office. The nest opera house in the State
Free mail delivery. outside of JacKuonoille
Four beef market. A Govervment bulldllg sMr to be
Etght barber shops. erected to oat when completed
Two public schools. $1,.)
Two music houses t arpenters. masons plasterer.
A telephone system. d la
Two haberdasheries. painters, priiters. machinists and I-
Two abstract ofees. boring men galore.
Four pressiungclubs. More miles of pared streets and
Two machine shops. Iranolltaic sidewalks than any other
Two bottling works. toWu In the interior of the State.
Six boarding houses. An $S5.000 court house built of brick
One Catholic church. and stone-a beautiful structure and
A military company. the lawn. fluoie, beli. Lhrubler>).
Three Jewelry stores. Con!ederate monument. etc. surround.
One phosphate omce. Inl it. make it a most attractive piece
One Chinese laundry. ture.
One Christian church. --- .- ---
Two steam laundries.
'wo Advent churches. TIf W ARI--II
One daily newslapre.
Two hardware store. O .ire Mar ****-te r--t
One female IL lclan.
Fifteen grocery stores.
Five BatlMt 'hurchee
Three furniture tores. W A k
One cold storage IlaLnt
One lw.ekly iespaper.
g \est> ,irTS "" tie. l, 3. i
Thrc.e c ,1l1 dJrl.k stands. to ta Cr~ld, for Bi femai I
Oh re rl ... litr h' I lant are Sure |
Three ln\'l kuiI .Iti o'olm. I
Three r-.a .'a'- '-lill. ie help_ yit.. i smnbe. thAt


Eliht bte niolcr.t orders. thA great lmale r dy-
Twa Ell. al c(hirches.
united .Suit .. !i a
One ch-iw .1 rl.. 'Iry
Tbirteeii I it1 .I ;<,,."
TL o te t( >i l lri (t.lli. B
One Pr.it. r it churh.
Two ciair II nifrla.l torrie. ha brous rltl to hOaads of
rour real a-ta. agencies.
Vo'clunicT.,.r fwr. I artlitwht.10
-evral I I. .e i ;al;tie yu ? For beadachs b'cC .
Three l, t....1 t .rt hf per!dcal lna. male weak-
A bras. barl ,,i as ieation m ny in la eA i
Two pbhotoralh galleret. -ne. many haveto aid ii "o II
Two moving picture ahows. bet mWeine to Itk" Try t I
Florida Winter Chautqals In T C"y n
Ole *seli-seekly newspaper.
Five Ut1 teiurace apedem


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Cauk toC-eAug I& I s

Realizing that all olhould thaw alike* the isi1 7W
have joint in the canidltion m to it" ay Tv. & VW-M mlu OW
Diamond 1%ing to r IdentA at Abhtu co yr in &t&so mgyT wqtj U. 1
progreiwive firms will, give I4 ne Vqe Swe wh ~bpvsuy sqeo mnk b
In the event of a ti. for any pri av&od a p rim d in & sp
to will be given ewh of thave tiwizg
THE A. R. HARPER PIAN%'4 4d~ .1 -br- 6 rII I
forsthis contest were purrha*4a. hare sped t ddkir en p 5b : Te
the first tire candidates in each disrkt, e0.ItyagW the 0 141 tOW p
in the maiaI districts. one ctiiticate eawCh jktI4 A b)V ubi i IU e in
cash as a payment on any pianmi hanolk-d byr uheow-abo Wn1u No. i
or John C'hurcrh Pianot. In addition to thV ta, %MD
$25 to all other contv!-tants in the rawe. a&W will l s yrtr u b
one to take care of their p ats r on all p meh er .- I aof 'a do & p low
The S ie Lk ktlin Will tbi w ehe-ylml
fiedto a rui*iA=m io
The winner ini this district wiU tw awanrdd a HAMIWXK DILAU(ICD

w.w --i- I WM -- l- a Mr

chelle all points *iuth-%*alqlo, Hawthmn. a IkamJ &uI-a C- -- 6w v
Lake View. Tae'uai 31an1 all puimb along ?,vwa Ii 1. k J.- M. Itirq IK
Wester, adl Hrthm er kiiu.T1 Pan ini

W~'annee, W\'ilox, Bell, Newl-erry. Jomn'uvit. Airhw m
by this area. 4INE PIANO.


How and Where to Get

-Vetes--

The tolowta- merhaat w wD stwe e a e
er every cest paid latae the *a-bmm a oar
Ioods wich twy haaale:
Gainerilkle Fui6wue Cimplly. IP--iFra
PHfer aMrris Ce6. Cie"ig lnd plipson
alneeville Ha4rase Ce.. Pmbiag alndm W rer
Mrs. F T. McC ash. MiHMrlp.
W. M. Jehamsom Drugs a" nd Measm
L C. Se i eh S s* JanlW
Ma. R. Wie'sa. Dry Geeia air Mtiea
Saunders & 4.rto, Oecerie and Feed St
City Bakery., Bread and Pay.
P. V. Smith. Fresh Mets.
Crawford A Davws. Livery sad Sale Stable
The Sun. Printing and Pubehleii.
The Brown Housee Meals and Ledgiag
N. Francisco, Banana Hneo, Frvta. ts.
Iddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and aildain Material.
Standard Fert.:iger Co.. Pertilliar.


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$.2.5-Thri mouths' blcriptiom ........................ m v wI a-e
S2.50--8Siz months' aebript ...... ...... ItOO a 1.9m
$5.00-One year's subacription ............ ........ ~a CI. waf
For a club of fiv one-year subhcriptiona ( "-, "-. ) M.m000 rt e.s0.o vt
For a club of ten six-moatb' ubsacnpti-.s3 (.. r :;.) M vei s 3S, wt as
T -rte .- I limit to t!Is e tiiw rel' f! c l i .-.. s:.T uta:.: -.v rca*.

THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN


$1.00--One year's subacriptie.......
For a club of five one-year abscnptros .. .
For a club of 25 one-year sabscriptioo...


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'IThltrv i- I!.w limit to to.te numi114*T of clul0 &.11h coritewtart riar 4cure
solicting votes by Candidatesf trends ithu. t swsOwn
distribu g nt is im si deend t s IV-wus"


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bu eattor o The 3Be bo0ed to ihe
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Ltrahea Creain every aedS


U. K. BROOMg
J. I. PADORTT
H. F. DTTOLN
J. MAVLT"VB
J. U. NICHOI,
M. VKNABLE
W.. THOMAS
W. B. TAYLOR


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Wilson Dry Goods Company's


The Gainesville store owned and operated by Gainesville people.

Our aim is to give you "Highest Class Merchandise at Lowest Pos-

sible Price." We feel we know the wants of the Gainesville peo-

ple and we will endeavor to serve you faithfully. Watch for the
Moday values.----- WE GWE VOTES II CO-O ATIVE COEIST


P GEE SILUS
All dwiralle Plu3le*s; 3; 3 t3. incheIs
wide; eC vjlIt- Mon!dy ann Tue(sulnv
at ............... ............ U



SOne lot Eniroideres worth up to 241c
yd.- hoi .. ......................
One lot Fine Swiss Eobroideries worth
up to 25c-choie ............... li
One lot Fine Swiss Embroideries worth
up to 50c-choice ...............t22
One lot Coret Cover Emnlroileriei worth
$I to$l.2 ... .... ..41 71 Ydt

VAL LACES
One lot Val. Lace. lIeautiul patterns,
round threads and Vals.; 1(u value
at ................ S Yd.. U5 Doz.
Odd pieces Fine Val. Laces at half-price.
Few broken sets to close out.


All

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343Q LEnS
the -m-talle plhade,; 40c values will
Offered l oin Mollnday and Tuesday
j*-r yol ...r............... .... I%


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One table Fine Lawias, Batistes and Tis-

sues worth 15, 20, 25c-Monday and

Tuesday for. ....... ..... Yard



One lot Fine Dress Ginglramn, were 10
atnd2 1-2c ....... ..... ... .7 1-2
One lot Fine Ihess (;i..ghamns, 12 1-2
InMl l."- vtln*.. ..... ...... -2


WILSON DRY COOD8 COMPANY


Dr. Jams--- laser of Wilox was
It te city yesterday, having bee
mmamed here as a wKaem to e
Je that was tried before Jualue
Mawc.
J.. J. Bgha of Archer was amos
the vitor here yesterday. He stat-
that the armers a his aseeto ar
we pleased over the retrns thf
have emetved dkig tohe p" sa
ea.
Hubert OGy of Trestoe, ooe of the
amatntasl etuwas of the West Ed
and a stamaeb fried of The Ss. was
a weeome viesto to thi ofice ye-
terday. Ou Mfrleds from the coua-
try wil always lad the ltch striga
an the outside.
Jame IK PenleMd of New York ar-
rived tthe city yesterday ad will
sped a short while here as the guest
of the family of Rev. T. P. Hay. He
as making a trip through the State
tad stopping over at important places
duriag his vialt.
H. A. Fisher has returned from a
vista to his daughter. Mrs. D. E.
dparkin. at White Springs. Mr
Psher staLstt L ta oe Culpepper re
vival at that place is exciting a
great deal of interest and much good
Is belg accomplished.


L A. Jernigan. wife and daughter
Mis Rath. have returned from a
pleasant outing of ten days to sea
breeze. Mr. Jernigan states that the
faslag was Ine. and he had a ser)
pleasaat outing and feels that it ha,
been highly beneitcal to his family.
Dr. H. Hersog. Jr.. bas left for
the Noth on hbs annual vacatio.
He will sped most of his time at
Platrock. N J and at North Haven.
Maiae. He will be gone at least two
mouths. During bi absence Mr
Ernest Molnar will have charge of his
In l ratiIr>)
J. M. Melert. one of the leading
cltiseas and business men of Ocala.
was Ia the city yesterday on business
He came through the country in hsb
automobile and aras acomupanlid 1i
a larty of friends The trip was made
tn a reumarksbl Ishort shile. but Mr
Meffert. habo iha lilnterrt f roms Oc(al
to Reddltk. co uilbild Itilirarn i llt;
i,.lasure on his %tllt to I h I usii trl i.r


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SITUATION WANTED.

LUMBER ISPEs"CTOR auts po..i'tio;
can givv lek.nce. Aditkre "l, lwrc-
tor." S un ocer.

PORll RNT.
FOR RKNT-- Loer part of residence.
Apply Telegraph Office.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
ve room cottages in South Gaines-
villo. Apply to Cottn Factory office.
iOR RENT-The towers residence
o East Liberty street, on lease if
desired; new and up-to-date. Ap-
ply to Alachua Couuty Abstract
Company.

POR SALL
FOR SALE-My entire stock of White
Wyandottes; yearling cock. 8 year.
ling hens and t0 young one. for
$20 crah. Will sell only in a lump.
These are extra iue and large and
a bargaln. Two of them cost i10
six months ago. Frachis H. Craig
hill.


T CANI UVE IET
By lavi w aboe replied by NOR.
RI OOHl the r et aLoMdo Mar.
Maker. Will w ma it la 20 miu#e,
while you wait-fm of heara if not *l.
I me "ai to r. c. wl Ue Sr
| am e 4wt oeS C'mb. W. Ubwer at.


REPORT OF THE CONDITION

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NDr. ~ur
At Ghises!l'le Is ta eState of brWW. "he
Cl of 8j e. Jdase n. S
Lue and dheoont, IS lAV& 0
ur're ahir-.ac ayoee)eemei I
& 4 ow0sto crtarev'resistl a If" avd
V. b. B a to rCra UV. a.. Ispealts IMAwe 0t
r b t" 68 4.0 b Fd 140 1 (W (0
Umomm oras. V NHasb16 g
PReuams a.. 0 head as,. 0TQ
tko As cevusl is. etc V AM'(0
B~i kla bome fafe ausure &ad Atum #A'#u=
Due fram Nsut 1w Us&" tmeeto
secrvce s pt-) .. 4S Nt
D" from btate sd rnate Meeks
and aarkm.Trubt Comasaics. atd
barvags.Mekb. 13 112i
Do from s& pruvd rrerre aeaSOL ;$IV .
Chee.sand otberceb Ite. .. -. I....
Lzobassemforelteariang Home S- $
NeW Pa of eror DistiJ -al Nbks .. 1.170000
Frsetha pGOwr areLser. m.cba
sa" esta ts of
LAwmir. tMossy aLasars in BEa.
viz
spece a S 31
a1 toad"Cnotes.....2 tow MD $SAW
SIcmp fo oad wtl V'. T. ress
Ir 46 Per of cf eirruitlaj &o &


rspitsltalsacPslia .... ......
bw 16646 1uand so aw of
I'adlrided ioltsa. lo emassand
taxe paw -- .".t
NotJi anala s A oDw ovtead" WLAR t
Doo to other Nationla
Do tO uMane &ad Pliate
Bka osnd "makersa C72M
infi~vt WaldopmAte sub-
jectto ebock *.I 61
Time 0 efleste* of is
CLaer obsQk oeta,4
CiUr'a abookii GO~
tolf 36044

United btgeJrsOWmS O -OA 100
Tootal690 C.. )iId
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