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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 30, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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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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: VID01713
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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. XXv'I. NO. 12:1


GuAINESVILIE'.. FLOBRIDA, W. i;N sII.AI' .JNF 3o, 1909


TIN CUTS A WWIg


---DEBATE ON TI



HAS CLO


Cae Ase Seveaty Days

ate of Paye


WASHINTON. June 29.-After sev-
enty days of almost continuous debate.
the Senate at 3:45 p. m. yesterday.
concluded Its discussion of the ched-
ules of the Payne-Aldrlch tariff bill.
Five minutes afterwards the Senate
adjourned for the day to permit the
lengthy preparation possible in so
abort a time for the debate on the
corporation and income tax questions,
which will begin soon after the Sen-
ate convenes today.
The early adjournment afforded the
tired Senators a little much-needed
relaxation from long hours In the
overheated Senlate chaamtwr.
Many of then etnilraced the oppor-
tunity to go to Fort Myer for the
ipurpome of witnes.ing the airsbhip
tests. anld others attended the baseball
gauie at American Leaqule park. Sen-
ator Aldrich sai ahiliig those who
went to Fort Mlter He hat been
greatly interested in the flights made'
by the Wright brothers. and much de-
sired to e- their machine in action
Those ho sntut tu Fort M.yer were
disappointed, however; o~fng to an
unfavorable wlisd no fliilt was at-
tempted today by the Wrights.
Mr. Aldrich told soinit of his friends
that he would take a fe,. davy off
duty for a water trip of some kind
if It develops that the d u1iauoiun ol
the Income tax Is likely to be an
extended one. In tl.is erent. Senator
Flint will take charge of the .ill anid
Senator Root. who aided Attorney)
C(-ntral Wiickersham in drafting the
corporation tas amendment, will take
<'.arige o( that measure'. There ha,
I ,en -onme' discussion of i o.-tloning
t'we tlucome tax. and the corporation
t.x amendment until the next regular
. a.lton. hut this suggestion hatr not
i !#t with fa\or. lSenate aderp take
(!te I)mitlon that a nmotenient of this
< 'aracter would embarrass President
Traft.
It is now expetett-d that only one,


NEWS FROM ARCHER.


ARCHER. June 2. -Mr.. Arthui
Iteed and daughter. M.11. Lillian, and
',n. John Arthur. retullt-d '?:t' !' .
Irom a ery pleasant viiit of a few
lisys to relatiee- at lnleruce.s
8. S. Smith. who has been employed
as bookkeeper by the Maddox Foun-
c ry & Machine Co.. left Saturday to
a'ceplt a position in Jacksonaeille
Mrs (;eorge Fleming and two chil.
i. enl returned Bunda) afternoon from
a iloit of several dars It, relatively
i Jac(kmonvillle
J E. Crumpton. the popular wan-
. .er of the White House. ba got a
* lrin" on him this morning. Another


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MItANlPYV NEWL


HE TARIFF .. .- -
HlE TAR IFF l.w Rub#e Thraher Entertalna ie
a Mcet Novel Manner.
mICotANo(IV. June 2 Ot1,. of the

ISED AT LAST iI n o ih n ai' ('a 1 ui Incte
_:_.it Lt!in 1 Miss Rit le Thra-hIt
:a liii.g gr\..-t r recent thhool mat
f AlAost stihnuoum D-. *t'il"ln ;'* rolleacr"'la Caluo
d AUMo l Con I~m kW t-l snJ L-e cf JacktonviN'l. auid Mi

lari leasi re. sr": "
W E !l and Ati. if Jav t ,nil, i.lia Mll'


The dalaty ImnitaltoniL so gI'irour
Iy dlstrlbted bore an aim of myster?
vote will Intervene between the as- d be an am of
and exrated the crlortty of Ill who
sembling of the Senate today and the and eted the t of all who
were Mo fortunate as to receive one.
taking up of those questions of In- were so fortunate a to .
terna a ena Tifor to the epicurlan. a bird supper
erndinl taxan am endmt providing for promised a treat. rich. rare and racy.
At the appointed hour. 8:30 o'clock.
a tax of tP cents a pound on tea. and
the aoepitarbe boHe o Mr. and Mrs.
it is believed that this provision willtheospitaleome of Mr. and Mrs
.Tinuber I-iron to I11 with a happy.
not lead to further debate. No Intima- Thrasher n to with a happy
ga, and expectant thrang of lively
tion has been given of other amend- gay and expectant throng of Hvly
Lad and lau-ei o I,equure bent aid
ments and the discussion probably) and lae n lsure bet sa
Sith hearts full of youthful fancies In
will be shifted from the tariff to the ba a
internal revenue, and It is understood p bedi the novel anng of
that the opnin p wh be mad at that "bird suppr" was to be.
by Senator Cum ins of Iowain p In the decorated reception bal stood
yort of an incor m n tax aend nt as u the pretty hostess with her three
lsort of an Inconme tax amendment as lovely g and n a met s-
a jlrt of the tariff bill in contradis- lovely map and auit. wel-
nstmall manawr, ushered,!n and wei-
tUnction to the mocenielt for a cor- e e e
corned each Invited guest.
loration tax and an ilnde. ndent reso come opedl lyted guest.
lution looking to the Inlpoltlon of an The oppressively arm th
for a time caused the Ipunch bowl.
income tax through the Instrumental-
which was in charge tD Miss Ell
ity of a colntitutional amendment. Johnson n Mr. Aer mi to
Tl.. fiBuance comnilttee's income tax
T most constant sad popular resort.
(-ni.titutional irouisiou was presented The matching of tsveral pieces of
e..-terday. and as the corporation tax n h
eudine'nt sit ucedso~me'daysard-3a-d. c(iti hlch %as written the
names of birds and which caused the
ago. both are now before the Senate inme te coulis f th you pe-
ilegmediate oul,linlg of the young pea-
;n regular rde.e. pe,. was the belgnnalng of a contest
Yesterday proceedlen consisted of which puulcd the less ambitloyp. call-
SgSeneraland fInal cleaning up of the ed forth the best that was in some.
,assied over provision In both the d for a brief space was the s
lutiable and free lists of the tar of intense determination, each e er
_i.ll. ei -- ki_ ek
ih hu~ uu u*lf the l. vu-~


The duty on structural Iron and
Teell valued at more than 9-10 of a
-ent a Iound was increased from 3-10
o 4-10 of a cent per pound, being an
Udditlon to the Houwe rate of 1-10 of
c cent. The rate on steel of a lower
%alue was left unchanged. On zinc
in pig, there was also an addition of
Shalfa celti a pound over the House
.ate of I cent.
Ineffectual efforts were made to
eia\e Mbhool books and salt put on the
irte list.

Some article that s almply 'a t e
way" at your boase might. If aid
Used. be sold to someo-e who is amI
Itosav iookinsi **


permuanet guest arrived at his home
.e'terday eening. He is a fne 10-
*pound boy Mother and child rouin
ll t'el?
.II4s Ida Chamblin expects to leave
Saturday for Tennessee and other
States. She will be gone until the
sumnier is oie'r
.1Mr. Edwin Thoaas and little
daughter. Maud. returned Sunday af-
teruootn from a couple- of days' visit
to Jacksnlville.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jeruigan of
Quincy arrited last evening to spend
several da)s with Mrs. Jernigan's
brother. H. Maddox. and family.
rs. Kramer of Waldo is spending
several days with her busband at this
place.


Hastings Potato iggers



vs. the Oak Halls Today


i %kit u.ll h 111 fI I.t Itr' ,Wit t -1t..uld Ilit. aud aill cotig s hbuuld jj
kill th sllm b;- Iiib i b ,-lo 4 Iidige I Ii .Ike It fur 6J it# d ItA "t. arct 64uns
lit .1111114., ((M i il I, I*4! II -- 1014 11 5AI, 1111 1' 't 4 11 Ia it144-P
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l'A rllt.lee ABA iCe
4 of 41 .4, I~ 111 Ail k A A t I t III%15 -1 a I I Iry
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,trixe-winner. *. l
The program lrat contained "A
youngg reporter's flrst effort." Hidden
in the foliage of the sentences
if the- article ere seventeen birds.
ro the Iparty finding the greatest num-
ber of birds concep'led in the lines
referred to was awarded a feather for
his eap or a plume for her bat.
Following this was the menu for
bhe bird suppler. which answers caus-
*d the mrrry crowd to put on their
thinking cral." the tighter:
"Menu."
I. The lung of America's national
bird"


2 The IN.ak of
ril ud '
3t. The ineck uf theI
he Roman armn. "
4. The ahit.e eaat
giving fowl?
larial', food an
mI toast ?


the prophet's

bird that saved

of our Thanks.

the wilderness


i. The sweetest note from the
throat of the dying bird?
7. A whole song from the Southb'
pewrless soagater?
s. A foot from the bird of peace
and innocence?
9. The liver of the bird which
spends Friday In Hadea?
10. A quoth from the bird hat
made Poe famous?
A top-aot from the meoamar bird of
the Andes?
12 An eye frm the symbol of
wlidom?
13 Tbe wing of the bird that led
C'olumbus to land?
14 All on toast from the fields
abtmt Sa Iannahl
15 The hole bird--the lovers'
1 1 't q


Iti
date
dit i


A dish for the defeated candl-


IT Tbhe ueein ol the farm?
The lasl feature of the program
*aS gUe-isllis thl iiinames of the nunierr
,'un birds oft .very hue and Ilumage.
whl h iadoerired the walls lof thth
sIAe ltwoU dlllil romlll. resple-adeic ilt
,lilk gre. ii ianu i while do -oration i
%Iiad thi. i u tr aiictklih de-llcous re
fire lio. i %tn *i o. rted after a hich
ri. tl l1tlil 1 it l,. l 'lg t were- maill
. .i h i 4iii l %11 'l I iira.t- r a de-
I,Eltilul leIstli hlail I.i.r gu( *, It allo
, l I er cil4rln.ii
:s sIH-l,,ll %1, il. ,1-h T 4p I ll..1 ,Il l'
I l,, Iac f I p ,l I e I l' t
-, \ I, ,1 f i L .4 I I i


EGYPTIAN COTTON TO



REMAIN ON FREE LST


Growes ud CIttC Wh I et Ce-o

IW tow BL

WASHINGTON. June 29.- oatherm and I then md ma tles a d Mi
ienators yesterday teetuaetlly e m grade sel wA te AdMI bad
leavored to take lg taple or EgyP bem t~mswmd bi to p@t
.an cotton off the fre lIMt ad to Mr. -s M m a fd m
place upo It a dty of 4 ent a that th r duMy W Mm M I a
pound. whicb ISe tor e the r M the a priw o the sB M
thor of the Maeadment. declared was l og staple W0it.
a revenue duty onl. Semtews Tamawe am ON
As a mesa of revenue, he aid the Florida deelmge" t AtVM t e
!10.Vo bales of EgyptimaMes et t their Ibte wmItei ( 4&WSO
sorted Into the United State sama Staple 6 teM id V 96
ly i ld act be overlooked. Mr. mittedl tat tWhy w~Isl R L kg1
lato estimated that the low dt tetkC s tlo I Sa *M MR 1W
proposed by l Inl tie year womMd d1tr. Dy a ft vw V o
brtaig to the treasury $4*. 0,m. ameadm t t W ree g I -'
The fact that this class of otto o Is rom the bu r i MI --W-I


0D6C at the balru at
Smday. Mum. Oewusm LU. f
rinmy of 3sdW FAIL
Ihof a eemllhs Vl~ 11 sk:
the b "beft ow
omwTM. bei slWO NWest

me aw so km 0~
bow nmn.
mel 0., Ubr rrl) ll-,(~



of Td Momd~Im -. f
KimD. wdfim "t -kd7




the wife eVMr. aboOM

emptaft of aetvhmjy.=
of Mhssmrt mis ai s'ms
.146 sMma V "3 w r-im 1w'
ab I" "Ww"mo orft I.





aflubs" m am
miwase th 3. it n as
mm"imedto b 1 am S ~nu~
J" wommabs" ma"d ~
thy. oh was. men fa f
weam"am.mmse b m
best OW 0 e peat w to No
er. ad I an ww am st
nowd em Samof -1 fhr d
ha lred head bmeiI







sad ft eri. 5 V.?.


Ph" m Nw .*1-
A pbobeb S mnasMMed rNMI
Creek. atleamVs k. o.t @am&
Muy W,4. 5AllWebvnledto ~

o w laio mdahhdisb bdo I
am to pmdu atpafte
loin d tYo @=me" a"II a* ah

"a Ir r do ow I f t -


Large Stock Farm Latest


Enterprise for


One of the largest coambluatlo
-tic-k and truck farms n Florida Is
ilncw inli eistallishled near Miranupy
a, what In knowisa as the Powell estate.
rhe manager. A Hilleary. statls
hat it is li ll h tentilon of the stock-
'aLderr to have the larie at farn tlu
I.e Wtate-
I II Hi) d r t ( l o NI Y rk,
ie. iil, reste-.l IW the plrojec.t anud the)
4i aiii,, a d a Ilesi g l uunlt ofI auua
Still, l Iin tllIhe itei prti'.- draluitti
I .k i lf slte t ai nt ll r< p
10 -.t, thie '. tall'* *t hee till
t|' .,t I' il 10.' l. u i li' l
I .i 6t, AI 1t l e1 U i*se
Il *l( II


pared the lads Mad pi l teM pleat
a th gr tte o be ready tr l bk.
sae the comlag aseam.
They have a strip ad aMw8 m d
prairie lad that rwl be ad a*
cllalely for stock amamae--- Ma W
sides the large ammir a sitle al.
ready placed there. Mr. Military IW
lace about Ifty h eadi f Ia the
premilse- during tlhe eoing lweek
There is solethilg Over IJa amae
in tie -itire tract, and If the veaare
pree-, a. Aurc-ealful as the iopha
Mlii 11, aL they will add still more to
I,3 |ili aud s at tally mae d
S... '. f.r the IpuriMIf f
** ,r ,l IStp* .


0
SY


I tbe

oboe
of 1*9
Was
(W) (0
kv(0
n ag
on


campy


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--


ty fan. and Mr. Tom Carltoe second
prise, a framed picture of the "Queon
of the Farm" captured by-- ---.
Other ets.
Dr. Ii. L. Maotgomery has bot5ht
a handsome Buick automoblM. Sel -
eral othtr alpeak of buylag one.
Mrs. J. P. Carter of Tampa is vsi*t
ins Capt. J. W. Carter of ta place.
The post office has bee moved teo
the new Carltoo building. Whea
completed Mlanopy will have an ap
o-date poktolfice. for which Mrs.
Carlto has the thanks of the publ.
be brick Luldlag i a alece oe and
s quite an addition to e bumleem
-* Mrs. J. A. Edwards will leave to
morrow fo* her regular summer at-
ing la New York State.
Capt. W. H. Sanders of St. Petem
tmrg is visltlag Dr. W. C. Joh m .
Mrs. A. F. Miller. formerly of this
daace but now of St. Petersar. i
visiting Mrs. Wateraa Johasr far
a few days.
Miss Campbell of Jacksonville Is
visiting Miss Ruble Thrasher.
Mr. Elmer McCreary of Oalnealvlle
was In town Saturday.
The GainesvillOe ad Mlasepy heoy
played a game of hall Thursday. The
core was I to5 m favor of Misaasy.
W P. Sbettleworth of Bvlastoa was
In town yesterday.
Miss Tuten of Archer is vistlan
ir. W. W. Oter for a few days.
W. D. Hobbtt has shipped about
4,000 crate of caataloupes so far.
The prices have bee better for thU
Iast da)y.

S Aather Pa Psty.
A pleaat eaIu party of pekL -
era left yesterday or Wirthlagt
Spring to spend te day. Among the
leaders were Mits Ruby aritAeld.
Miss Forence Dav Miss Mary Craw-
ford. Frank HartaICM. amd A. I
Hartgbeld.


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SVM I Aro4e lae tr e Mar n
S Ad n, too& arn lar rap.


l >Gast (tesma. a
ad he wun baeball ea =aho







aMh. at e tier mt the Ash ee i a
s a very eol ed w air. the or
b o rteew s to four in favor of the
Dsamp3 boIys,
Wy at week thley had thlir fire-
S ag'i.g bt in this gsme the M ic uana
hers wer also victorious.

WarYeae would be beneflted by
Pole's o Ortimo laxaUve fur cona-
6U1Te. .omach and livr trouble.
a swee tees the stomach and
ht ea8rAt lWstimmulates the liver aid
MeAtNS te boeule aid is muchb su-
pter to ps and ordwary laxatives.
Wh Wt W PFoley's Oriuu LassUte
today ? 5. W. Me a s & Co.

ghe Sm ... uath e.. B. ..t U
ob t ad I


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IfK MEAL


ask


k the vartyidig fo

dassh bot days




Ably d thie Best

SsoP t6e market&


I E AW a


PUNWRAL OF MR. DAWKINS.

*^w--- V^ ^ -- *---N
9Vle mewd From the paes ow

The sewrar ver the remains of
B. P. Dawkls, who died from a
aabe at paralysl at 12:10 o'clock
Teaday monram,. were held from the
-M-eop-l ebaeb Tuesday evening,
av. P. H. Cralghill preaching the
in g sbes essmmeted with the
la t hoae to arious apasitis all
ao e e ty ele srs were present.
as we aas large number of the
Mitssua Gf OnevUle who had known
he dee-ased for the past twenty-e
pars or aWho.
me had Ibes e to the time of is
death, ae 4 deputies of Sherif
Rjme, besesb aldinblg the position
at Deputy S Marsdl. both of
wbhilh e U 1 with entire astiste-
Un. provirn very active or a man
at his age up to within a short while
before his aEMIcti.
The remains were laid to rest to
veagrs CmCemetery.
Par tIe "S dle w SoWs Iplendid
oseen.s, I "ay Tanku YVul
By your patronae you have helped
as make this sale GOlneavllk'e most
seccssful trade event-more goods
have bes sold, mre trade brought
to Gaionavlle than ever before. It
has bee a positive pleasure to me
to eoaduct thi sale in this splendid
stare and to sl to igh-lass custonm-
re that make tho stare their -trad-
Ig home."
I an my travels, and I have soa
them all I hava sever met a cancer
clase of trade than these Gaoneville
and uaroundng peopletitellagent.
appreciative and aood judges of mer-
chandl e, they have been quick to re-
apond to our eaorts to help them save.
the. too. this store is. I can truthfully
say, oe of the best nl Florida I say
advisedly, the Hyde Co. show today
the beet dry goods store and stock in
forida. I know them all, and hold
sales I the bet of them. and the
Hyde tore surpases them all for the
beat bought and most cheaply uoid
merchandise No mlll ends were n-
cv.r>y to Wuevt theb iow piri(--. I r.-
quirv all the. turrs to makR. for lsy
sal. because the Hyde (t I'olll ) I
apleudlLd tto k uilt .t Hi. -'tr d rinanl
Agati I s) thalik %,>u aitd tcienx t, .
U0lil I co1 alll< gAll All 1 .-t ver aMr.,
lt I s lo@.'d 'ut re-gTardl-ub of a()p
S*,urT. rCordiall.s
Hlii.i'lii. l) it W 'T. l )N

One who lives to a furnlshed roon.
oa be pretty "todpenddenl---for the
eds. keep the bet r be had within
hbt re ac


r arsapariii; J,
Salcohola toniic?' ';


.b t tt r


MOOMMEMEMMI


Mrs. H. A. Bailey of Hawthorn
has recovered uetdently to enable
her to return home.
Mrs. Rose Chapman. who has had
a serious see with the fever. Is now
sitting up ad will be able to return
home La a few days.
Mr. A. W. Wilsoa ome of the em-
ployes at Bock's Bill. has be'e at the
Saatarlum, under the treatment of
Dr. Dell for a badly Injured arm.
W. F. Love of Trenton. a surgical
patient this week, s Improving rapid-
ly.
, Ma Hele Oneele. one of the grad-
mates of the Sanitarium Tralning
School for Nurses, who ha been fol-
lowing her profession In Jackson-
ville sinee her raduation from the
Sanitarium. has returned for a few
weeks.
Dr. Gerry R. Holden of Jachonville
was a visitor to the Sanitarum last
week, having been called over to mee
a patient.
Dr. Jas. H. Radolph, physician at
the State Hospital at Chattanoucbee.
and one of the brightest young physi
clans ln the State. was an Interested
visltor to the anitarium durtin the
week. Dr. Randolph is making special
study of hospital and sanitarium man-
agement, and w9a very complimentary
in his remarked In reference to the
management and discipline of our
Institution.
Durnlo the week the following
physicians have been dally visitors to
the Sanitarium, each having from one
to several patients to look after: I)r
Hodges. Dr Colson. Dr IePass. Dr
Dell and Dr. Spencer

Men Peat Fifty In Danger.
Men pat middle life have found
comfort and relief in Foley's Kidney
Remedy, especially for enlarged pros-
tate gland. which is very common
among elderly men. L E. Morris.
Dexter. Ky., writes: "'p to a year
ago my father sufered from kidney
and bladder trouble and several physi-
cias pronousmed It enlargement of
the prostate gland and advised an
operation On account of his age
we were afraid he could not stand
It and I recommended Foley's Kidney
Remedy, and the first bottle relieved
him, and after taking the seoand bot-
tle he was aos loer troubled with
this complaInt." J. W. McColluma
ICo.


Dr. Murphree Here.
Dr. A. A Murphree. Iresildnut of
the University of Florida. arrived in
the city yesterday to i peud a few-
days on business, )ie will attend thi.
iencer cusaeutiou of teachers. after
which he. will make final arriziuru-
uclnts for r'-maidplKg hia, famrilyv fruti.
Tallaha... c. Dr .Murphree,- l %gr.:tt I
encouraged d at the plrsppecti opf th
com)linx *1Pon rl of tb- I h 'llJ ersil
ji ports iillnai tipt a laria attn'l anl ll '.

CAPUDINI for "THAT HEADACHE."
Out Int Dighlt lHeadache anld nltr
ouL this 1iur uli.6 lilk.< ('a4;..,J ..
just the thing to fit )ou for buritne.
Clear's the bead braces the nu-re.
Try It At drug store

As advertising Ands the hwst mark.
for everything eeI. why not for )ou'
persoal rvtces?


rorn Alcohol
)4 j I urt:? No! Duct~
C' .. W~ila a tunic?
,~,, iL Mi.n tho
J Alon


Why Overheat
Yourse ?
Muc of your smmer wprl
a- depeds upon harng a cool
ad nofortable kiLch. Why
ar be pepard for hot days
bmam they com.
Ask your dealer to sho the
New Pedeiao Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stova Is' a

Dos dte work of your bi
e uin every particular; but
Ia this pr advamaup over it
ha t k nvr htest the kitch 4
The CABINET T TOP i
maer featume of the


SANMITAMN NOTES

All a our people do not reallse per-
hai s the vale of the Sanitarium to
the btAueae laterests of the city.
A- iAd from the humanitarIan feature
of the work, and the gret public ne-
reesity for Its existence. the lnstitu.
tk-u is paying out to the business
houses of Gainesvlle not less than
6')* In cash every month. A the
greeter pat of tbis sm is brought
here by tavaUds from a distance. and
Is mney that would not otherwise
ftd Its way to Galeelle. It can
reedrly e sem at. a, as a purely bu-
ees proporSitom, the Iuntituloam is
gelag to be worth a great deal to the
dty.
J. H. Dyes of usmpvtile. who came
to the altaarlem to be treated for
a sever, attack of appedlctl is has
recovered aad returned hoe. Mr.
Dye"s fortunately recovered under
treatment without the necessity of an
operator.


Tbs~JEi'[,p~n ha restof draft bhmp of
'ptLAmp ill--mniuolpome.
taroomdliinngrrem4
~.FM s mmall t Mblsfvssss G =
If am 7 deAler w rc i t. "I* our agorI iageacy.
STANDARD UO COMPANY


=MRS & JORDAN.


W. W. HAMPTON.


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE
PORTeR LOCK GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

Fire. Life and Accident pm.., -II


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'"KEEP YOUR EYES SKINNED"



WeAreSelling Now

A COUPLE OF "IICK-UPS" WE OFFER:
15-ACRE FARM:; l* acre- irrigated, halana- can he; large pwlkinir-house,
etc.; ole mile from station; o nor clearml ti,Os) on place in T10. To a
quick Imyer (fr $?,u0O.
A-ljiiininir al ,e pilare, 10 aCrm arnd 2--tory 7-room hour. Now $450.


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Fourth of July Enthusiasm

WVill i.. tipa\<. I iin all kini-, of tirt-work roar.s( of ar-
SYtillr :iia tdxl 'x\jlo ive jl*
.bilati,,ll MUgun rt*llv. "nl i-

o 1l4 iglt y l,- fir,.icra.k rs

Slurk-., ;ilt -wIkeA,- rck-t

-1 ad .% -i ol ct ta
r I 1',, ..rt y i II lager of I r,'.


H ,. .a "Fr o uill


C M. USHMAN, Apstt, naimv s, F


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COOK AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
F. B. MYERS, Manager---

RIP--AGENCY

BUICKroo ap tiow. BUICK

REPAIR WORK AND SUPPLIES
kitaioM St ( Am* Aft m mf t. 0


New Perfection

Wkk 3Me Fm O Cook-bve

Ha a spacioi a p shelf for holdia g dshs and for keeping food warm
after it i cooked. Also has drop shelves for holding
Small uteils, and is fitted with racks for towels. No-
other stove approach the "New Pefects" ia coevni
eae,, comfort and simplicity.
Made m three mses Ca be had with or without
Cbr Top. At your dealer', or vwae our eest
qS- *7.


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FHF 11411SAS UlYN: HAINIK-VSI LE. FLRIDA, JUL'N 34,9 1909


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BEG TO ANNOUNCE A


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Of All Lots Left From


Their


Grand Syndicate Sale


COMM


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FRIDAY


JULY


and Continuing for 10 Days


We will put every lot of Syndicate merchandise on sale at some price to clean them up.
We are determined to close every lot and we will, during this Ten-Days' Qean-Up Sale,
continue all our : : : : : : : : : : :


Sensational Price Reductions on Our Entire Stock.


Thi I


All Our Beautiful Ready-to-Wear Goods of Every Description. It la ies a
Clean-Up Sale of All Muslin Underwear. It Includes All Rgs, Matdiig, Trab
and Lace Curtains. It Includes All White Goods, Embroideries ad a we
have made such sensational prices on during this sale. It Includes A OSr Lag
nificent Lines Fine Hosiery, Ribbons, Parasols, Umbrellas, Hanikerchefs.
Includes All Our Beautiful Silks, special Fine Wash Goods and h re mller
lines Wash Gos of all kinls. It ImdIles AIl Or Etlqe t Stck Ta'Ce Blasks, Tm ls,


kin, sd Lines, S ihes, Pikw Cases, Bd Sra, etc.


In fact, it includes hundreds of small lots d Fine Merchandise where the quantity is small and we desire to cose


them out quickly.


You can well aford to anticipate your wants for months to come


on this great laughtr of


Fine Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear Goods. Come prepared to secure Bargains Unprecedented and you'll ot
be disappointed. "
REMEMBER THIS GREAT CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES 10 DAYS!


And all Syndicate prices remain as before


PRICES WILL PREVAIL


as long as the quantity lasts and ON MANY LOTS MUCH LESS


TO CLOSE


THEM OUT QUICKLY.


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TH1 DAILY SUm: OenmVILLI, FOIRIIA, Ji'NE 30, 109


sof. as whes am with eM i0 the ~@e trned th ear.e sad
= -"e ad mris re not have time to croee. so be jumped
.i a tert eap .I r PIIa f rolm the treetIe to save his ife.
_____ o Wpw Aw al"e. As a The ittiesss of ths sectio are
a 1er 71W p r Ms es be prier ae OWa big pcic on the
-a *em th"W ase ben mt a rth.
mpW T, bewe6w, wig d. A I ae tshorf ranl visited this
3Wasay *fg ae vatrel 0t an "e the erh. wh P LY VSaTAta. CwOh
s~eIRpaI W A. Ti ey ow rt a es w badlDy o"meed sd was vry m lu

OMIV gooVI Wias s O ma", ad -Mrs. A. Adkis. leaving e a for a, Iss ease- by I
ad Pemer boy Thrsdy meiran. Ap foo rh prsEhu aed beay Ye am
Mrs. Mtte s, ak s hM reetrd : Ssk sI Jeaw.
to br hom at Lear sitr a poeas- IsAIL DUm 3A 1-ili- -se. f T uI..
1s= uto a mume b l e "saermesthed by whIeb aftsmay with fred MW and relatives rAtrARm S30W LEAU C,



I -e twA h* e e lai Uto fMeW ews 1 ~ ereComm eypre plg for
ar~i^H r ne o taer .er "Wnl- 0 o do the baesboard. They have a o untract
Mrs. a elo ef arg o hes h b e th mead.
Sosad -e Is the s at a
onset m te~ $ per teo&. In o a $, A w $Mr
00M 4eW goodGbe4 pie"rIso isbE"
dtsof ~. The erderms of this paper will be
he is tht the amys as ---w il a t pleased to tlet t there is ta a c st
AWO th th mg e nof the -- .4 "dreaded disease that slece has


-1 I Cure is the oly positive cur keown
S pto the medial ater ity. Catarrh Writ. oor Prics, Term, Etc.t
*NOW W Rm the me a* e'llege. It is a beisg b ometa utiotl disease, re. memfr-im"eEc
....O 1- aOta- Ar od sheep athas toaes a m a aLtLa treatmeA 9
h s e amls. ha a bHlky 1ars Caarre is taken latr 204 West ay t.
ed. A average lly.acting dureWutly pon the blood JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
t 4O aIdLy. w i. t -,, hor-- orm ,f, ... ote, 0.h -""" "ie- W. L. DENHAM, Agent
sg ~ da Ow. ak a Ihor orm=a)*d lalhwby&mtig as fomadation of
am eedose weight s aM amf t usual- by* a &ad giving the patient ____
.r e me them abot half that s tregth by buing up th cfmstltt
Ma. Newgevr, this winell depend t~ A g passing mtre an doing Its I
whether the o I m is beang rrke work. The propri toro he so much
her delfing w 2a0. A hore that "Ith its ecradve powes at they
1 Il a or a weuot e h S e sad osr ne Hudred llar for sIl any
a- -thaem the horse at steady. see that it fall to curm. ed for&
4a111 a seslem *eed. Vr. J. CHENI a CO.. Toledo, 0. g0. DC. 1, .
:A IMprestic the m as Tak e Hall's PIllirw f i coa stf-

p --pi a o "as st U0. oe K M ave Gaineeville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
ihsn e1 .a aa .ras .. n Nko wa d verti isa. oa nre. wie cal points South ....................... 10:10 am
'4hwork. IyePReturning, arriveGainesville................. 4:25 p
Ai op L1 Ii (r o ~Arse ata b wo sMW
sjeeea beg0M oS amme iat r _ee,,- _I ave G(ainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
ilook s@e s as si ag e. orm .t Lake City, Valdoest, and all points North 6:00 pm
beer-- h e m e tive, system a in so ...
l D rys rad and b aa alone Returning, arrive Gaineville ................ 9:30 pm
we ame seaays entdwve to a good.
imberet atm_ bo, per "at of A. L 8m, Se. S.pt. L E. Barker. Tfrafc e'r.
In 25 per seat Is barely carbomI- 1ggs
see a e-r ebalns materiaL (
ith e ly a sall rcentage of t e
me& be he W and muscle-producing substance.
"0- tisl m reason sle tI cenIaot be s ub

5rW11b-y tobor"- dingste dB SBe$re to Have It
W on wever the amount of ailage
Sthat abe substituted for bay will As abstract made by 11i of the prop- VIA
Si ry with defeat animals. and each erty you are thinking L purchasing.
animal mest be watched to note the Having a complete mrt of recorils
I sect of the a sge. When siage 1o and being th orougly exprt in &i-

Okua-otam esd b*ato fa. lea.'mcy I s arate e[
a' Ml-se -er Don't inve without an aitrt- Tickets on sale from Jacksonville every Mon-
st t LOCNL*o A RAoNSLUN s. its extremely dangeros. day and Thursday beginning with June 17th up to
ISLOCULOA Juae 29.-A. C. Hay-. |Ugw a CMum u T Cm. Aug. 30th, with final return limit Sept. 30th.
m.. made a business trip to ocala GaIvil. Floda. Stop-overs allowed on these tickets at Rich-
emi i m V1 s'.l Flo...a mondl, Washington, Baltimore and Plhiladelphia.


4p "m he lbw
sow *1- dbe within
UW QL TuIb ba
if 3,.55 sd mesa rnbr
6 MMO ated isbuiim
AMTo" ssdoagwnthe am.or
q~.md who tow aprde In
~inthqMOuM be.-
-~ we-sad -rry


Lao
@RAWPONwooRK AsumAL&

61 L Soft Skl Aiss.or
U*eARe


@kW aw mh*ng ew. They have
At *b e $or a bhndrad years
I* It as osaly, w ee wshi the
I tMr-~ve yeatr that el*s have
M b l lahe iU VaLd aiAs& The
dW I tO Uited Statm. wa,
pi up it IW by Proefsor MUi of
UMOu. twn su tatime tbhe u
*I Nt o*Una rp id ly. 5OM. e
- irtht e darye scctos.


sa wr te Sleo
r iibi elrope that a
Si fr tli Corn. uarus
a e@o. sowpeas.t beggarweed.
-na int ItI aliat ua ygrwem
Sw he et i a ilo. However.
CS i M G ewpemU besarweed.
a d pa are eus. succuleit to
=l e M eO d la. by th:, Is.


Mis I tm Wuats return ned ome
riday atr a pleasant stay with
Ms. a d reialv es at Cr Creek. N EV
J. N. HayIas made a b lnesas
trip to the county metropolis Wed-
J. J. Maywaa of Galavvillv, wuas
down faurday looking after his busi-
es lntersts here. Heal
Ira lMVrt of Hawthorn has moved
iato town and is occupying the Mag-
nolla Hotel.
UMIs bEma Riles of Jacklomill'e.
and Miss Ell Riles of Hawthorn.
spent a few day last A .-k with rila-
Utver bere. -CLL Al
D. Poey made a business trip to
Hawtboru Friday.
Will Carlton of Hawthorn wasn
town 8uaday hakiln band. lithi ti Davis
old friend. DavII
Miss loiA Toniliklin, *ongi of l'tih
loisa' most charging !'lounIti l it. -
left Saturday for IMuuth Fliril.a !i. r,. r .
ibe will srlwd ibh F,.urth i u i
,Mesr. ,lihiux ad M uey. ia were. he-rI last a-itk lok m
lag after someI C)pa--a tiumblr Th< no -
were well pleased with th" body of If... i,
yeress and conl-iuilit" -r(ctlmu ,g ,-
single mill at lochbloma inu the neitar m-..-.
future. ..h
I. C Cochran, abile on bl hsa> fromi easflaM
Caimpell to Orange Herlhts last
Tuvsda). caiw trry unear rettiln lrun
over by a luoose ultlle L r* w
croMela a trestle on a sharp cure-,


CARLOAD


Horses and

y Draught

Ilies


I MPECT THEM-


& Oliver


Ara ogirafo., -
l aI I CO.N& A.
0w,44 04 n Ct o C EAC1.6r .
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Reduced rates to other summer resorts.
For information, rates, reservations, etc., call
oi or write to A. W. FRITOT, Division Passen-
ger Agent, 1:3 West Bay t Jacksonville, Fla.


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SEABOARD
Air Line Railway
SAVANNAh. COLUMBIA, CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PINES,
RALEIGH RICHMIONI,. WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE.
Pill..A1' P'HIA. NEW YORK.

T, E\ l.-,!< t Traiins iaily
:SEA BOAIN) E I'R ESS
A sE,\A,1\ i: E 1 I
S" lABA)lII1) MAlIL

t ,MODERN -'LLMAN EQUIPMENT.

I N. 1 'p ,g I)Dily Througlih $lc-p-.r,
.l.o l :it4. to Nvw )tOrnleanl.
*er full information sand lesepi ar reservatie asl on
any Agent Seaboard. er write S. C. OYLSTON, Jr.. Asetn
General Paeoengeer A@e9 Jahg PeisAd
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?III I*AlYY SU: hA!?E ;VMtLII FPlRIDA. JUNE PE13. 1909I


ILirNT P MIIINmo


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BEFORE JUDGE MASON

CAS9 CONTINUED POR THIRTY
DAYS PENDING EVIDENCE

Thea to Cetermne the Direct Caie
ot His Ceath Thirty Days
Later.


The pr llnilnary h,-arlng of James
Lowry. colored, war held before Judge
Mason Mondavy. when all or the eL-
dence was lntrtodlucrd concerning the
case In this county, a large number
-- of witneetc,. ha\'itx hee-tii ummoned
here from Wilr, 10 te testify i lwhalf
of the State
Owing to the fact that nothtit had
been introduced showing whether the
negro died from the effects of the
wound*. .1i:. <* .%.;: -in alojiurnsled tiI.-
bheartain i't ti. <.c talil tlh Sonllth
Carolina ::1't *i l, ou) n:nl
aluniv nt. '1 \, 1l'
The t \il e iir- xs that th'e lnagro.
SAlt John l11,i. .;> stlt'be.ld Iy James
Lowr.o. but he i ft.-rw:arfls left for
his South t';arlli.i hone, and after
having beenv ther. for a month died.
l supposedly from t'e wounds. and it
is to det,-rniini. thll. part of the evi-
dence that I. )L r. ik held on the- mur
der charge.

Sore Nipples.
Any mother % ho has had rxprrlience
with this lditr ,.-ing ailment will be
pleased to know that a cure may 1be
effected by a-ll-. ing Chamberlinn's
Salve as soon as the child is done
nursing. Wipet it off with a soft cloth
before allowing thel babe to nurse.
Many tralne d nur..-s use this salve'
with best re 'ilts. For sale by all
druggists.


Picnic at Windsor.
The good Iw'OlI' of Winclsor an-
nounce a piraile to Ie held at that
place on n'xt Sturdlay. July .;. A
cordial Invitation 1a extended to,
everyone to tw pr'-'nt and bring well-
Illled bank t'.

MIaks' CAPUDINE Curesm ick Head-
ache
Also Nervous Headache. Travelers
Headache and aches from Grip, Ston:
ach Troubles or Female troubles
Try CapudlIti--t's liquld-eflects I
ediately. Sold by druggist


GAINESVILLE


FURNITURE


COMPANY


We are displaying a perfect
line of

PO )C(H ( OKERS
PORCH RU'GS

VUDOR Porch IIADES
HAM\ M1(X0 'KS

CREX anl! .\MATTING(
Itl'(;-S


REFIU4 EI~AI( )I~S


ai I.4-t \\' Wo tovt- allil


pFiC-ot linE. \Witt. preslds.
S Tiv t. l'ov 1- l, 'ill0w
'Cae s.

F on week Uh we WO
Wei the celebrated $15 Ostr-
mrw Mattress at %13.50.

Fift-ypiond Creto Tick Roll
Edl Cotta Matlresu at $5.45
-r qar price $6.50. Call
MI Me them.

TAKE CARE OF THE UAiT
B rn~) ,r .I-A I 'i Ac
,..1 tire r .. is ,'* -


CUTICURA CURED


HIS SORE YES
a "
When 63 Yers Old Eye-Balls and
Ud Became Terribly Inflamed -
Was Unable to Go About- Home
Iemdies and Professional Treat-
ment w Equally Unsuccessful.


TOOK FRIEND'S ADVICE:
HAS NO MORE TROUBLE

"Ahbti two yra ag my ev nt
hl such a condition thai I was unale to
F about. They were terribly inflamnwd.
oth the balls and lado. I tiled home
remedies without ralwn. Then I de-
cided to go to our family physkuan. but
he didn't help them. hnI tried two
moore d, our mnot Ipromin .nt physicians
but my e' grew continually worse.
At this time a friend ( mine advised
ae to try Cutkiura Ointment. and after
iwln it about one week my eyes were
conmderably imprvrdl and in two weeks
they were alm,,t well. They have
tWver given me many troii. tin I
was then sixty-thre yearr old and am
Iow sixty-five. I shall never fail to
a word Wt praise for the ('uticura
nnitwee when I have an opportunity.
and I tunt that this letter may he the
meam (If other heing currd as I have
be,"n. 0. R. Haler. Mouth of WUn,
Orayso Cu., Va.. Apr. 4. 190W."


SKINS ON FIRE
Wtlk Teeturaeg D dflgurl
BcwiNA Rkiri
And other Ithin burning. beoding
scaly and cruted skin and "aip humars
am" instantly rplkved.
and spe*dily cured, in
the majority of ew ".
Sby warm bath with
SCuticura 8oap. to
clean' the skin. gentle
anointings with uti-
i ura Ointment. punt
and sweetest c< emnol-
lient.to toothe and heal
the skin, and mil dose,
of Cuticura Re'slvent (liquid rW pills).
to purify the blood. Guaranteed a)so-
lutely pnrp and may be used from the
hour' h birth.
q'Wuns Snap tIsr I. ObatwHt (ar I) R)Mntwmw
(C iL and (h. C'tie C.rPat 1i Pl* f:.e I, air iL'd1
thrAtub ut thWr wrlI Ientres Irio. 27 CEr-
h.aq Par, A e r de ia rNr AuwTrnt.
RTow&N Cb, wrte MSth efrt, a l.ik ron
e "m. ?wr ratai.- rpqitver flin & Cnnhe
r. Sn'IeP r 0641?Clum hrP 4v pIt.4*
arMNIM Fmre. CutcuWrA 401auSA M Dm D-
PAEATKA CHANGES DATE.


Will Play Ball Here Next Friday In-
stead of Saturday.
The- ganle of ball advertised be-
tweutii l'Ialt ka. and th'e Oak Halls has
lt'an chi.iai.c d from Saturday to Fri-
,la\. w l.(h will proue' uch more con-
vi.-irt, for the fani (it the two cities
I'Lilatka has tbea.n pljaing gIMni ball
anil the' Ramne ttwteen these two
clhiubs I- l, xke-' fru.rdl t(o with much
ii .1re s


The G. W. Hyde Company
1.g I he ik Olh.' tithou.'and.' who
!h;ti\. -i lih. ral'v latronizel l the great
if1 ltar;t. si 3. i-t ('loe,! It stands
r-cn int':lly before- th, public the
Kr, at, -t -ale' .',r ici\'%ena In G tinep -
:11. or .Midile I Fl lrila W .- sacri
f1(eil Thill-a iil f (doll:trs wo' rth of
i.a1"-1 l,,ttl ti itulln .r got thi le ijefit of slau ,-. andi
r. at re glal of thi, fact.
The. ; ld ('cuilany stands
for all that u iii-iht and good. They
win the-ir trai.d- ,n the merits of tlhlir
itlT. r-h;lIla s. arnl cr ulrte'ous attentiL n
11) tah..Tir cii-i-l'er- th a ,,-c ar,.- o
o, .ru h.Inul:niK i ,rotlinlent In i .c r
,ffcrto,,fthi. lig c tor ththt thi is why
th<. Il.d," ('Coill;aiii'y s'tr'- is se ) uc-
<'.ceful t ',. w ill continue to make,
IIrl('-s i, loIw (no clomctllttiton carn
i-ill ti wit lhi lus amtl it is .o appar-
.* .t tip \ r ; .itine -\ III t rll 'i z in that
It h.n l, is < lU i t)o l'eiak or it
S\c ii, \. k ^-1 ,0 f1r )0011 rL at
,, rW. MA. \ L \ lL CO(.1MANY

A Vital Point
Th,- r.,-t I,' li'a' I-art of a laby
J it I,,, I. 'l r aillla iast that
it f. i- w- ith attacks tl. be.welI al-


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PRETTY HOMI WIOOINO.

Occurl at Arredendo on Lat Sunday
Morning-Many P esent.
A h, etlful hnenm wedding was
,-Olen'nitiz.lI at the home of Mr and
Ir- II L it. ill.e of Arr-donldo
.tdInda v '!4irtitn aJ ne' ... wheon their
'ltiiti 1 r a lTN-1 Kate. wasn sed to e Mr
;I l i'er ,l,<. R<. %rwctor officiatln
The bride ,a4 attended bh her
tstc'r. Mliss E:ll. n Itville. as maid of
:ino(r. and Mr Lee Summerlln acted
is best man.
The bride never looked lovelier than
In her wedding dress of blue cloth
with hat and gloves to patch. while
her sister was dressed In white
After the ceremony a splendid
buffet I breakfast was served.
Mr and Mrs. Pardee left on the
12:,., Coast l.lne train for a wedding
trip dQon the East Coast of our own
lovely Florida. After July 10th they
will be at home to their friends In
North Gainesville.
Many friends of both young people
join in wishing for them a life of
iinhounded happillnes.


Death of Ge. Lotfter
Every newspaper man in Florida
will be surprised and pained to hear
of the death of GOt T. Letford. rep-
resentative of Hucklen & Co.. Chi-
cago We have been accustomed to
meet him annually somewhere in
Florida for nearly a quarter of a
century. A better man never lived.
and his place will be hard to 1ll. Last
Saturday we were thinking about him
and wondering why be did not come
around as usual, and Saturday night
we read of his death In Minnesota
from paralysis. We venture th,- as
sertion that no other patent medicine
representative was ever so well liked
in Florida as Oeo T. Letford, and all
who knew him will regret his demise.
He has annually visited Inverness and
surrounding towns, and every merch-
ant In the country who handles drugs
know him and liked him. Peace to
his ashes -Inverness Chronicle
Mr ILetford was well and favor-
ably known to the drug trade In this
section. and his annual visits will be
sadly missed The editor of The Sun
had known him personallyy for about
25 years and we always tored him a
denial. social gentleman, with whom
It was a pleasure to do business.

Poor Milk
Is often thought to be gsponsible
for an infant's loss In weight or gen-
eral poor ealtb. The cause usually
sl that the child has worms. They
get the nourishment of the food and
the baby sta&vea. actually starves.
White's Cream Vermifuge expels the
wornis and nourishes the child, sure
and safe. Price 25 cents. Sold by W.
H. Johnson.

Lost $30, Probably on Train.
A ga utlettict I v th. name' of Lauler.
from South Florida. arrieed In the
city .),!terday in orlilamny with his
dai:::' ini the Summer Normal, but upon his
ai rlval here he< found that he had
lost his purse contailnng some $30
Ills wants were madte known to a
brot(!:r MS. on and h was provided
with suffcient funds fc the return
of both himself and daquhter.


AGE NO BAR.


Everybody in Gainesville is Eli1-
ble.
)ld I.*' *,Le' btioli- wiith suffering,
M:,!1 I;-l' .i coirl t la-i ilv fighting.
VY,1lth lpriit,-. tinlg i ii tati ntly.
'lhilidr. ,. i a.:l le, to \ ,;.tin ,
A!l in til.- r) frr it tltiil ki.line. S.
4i.1 a liti h k taek;< fi trrt
('cOi.i it l e I le, i at, a i old
Or % :, :- sin, -trail ith hack.
Wm" ii.-' eali!,i'l V'rii.tr ,li-er,'l r;- 'liht, te Br I ght'.l
fli .* a-.,
l>eat Kiti. % I'lls t cure backache'


-C ur, .- i % f. r ;, of l, ,'!> III-
't" at B'; n House. !- I. ,,.r 1 \W MS-(,rinl k
;. -tr,. t (; Il,.- lV la hIays N1I
; 1 I, I ,. ,i.:i.,j : .1 of a ak tIack audl
11 II f t~- i. l t aI nllht. tire-d
I .r, ll rll itIl .sit atil hinig It
SI i ,l t ,,r t l t a--uIte a -com
S i : i r i, : ;i i. f. It -ra ll
I ,- i,.il.l lII.- h l."T- 'l-,d io gil.-
l I4ae, K :li,. l'alli- a tall and Iproe
r r r k. t a k e e tr e 1 1, I ri el l i' c e, p l r e-
Sat | i I .ill i''., lf kl ,.'- tr ',u bl lAtd
S 1 t t t .. r1 I.. h.t, h I a-,. r. iiit 1 6 if -Il< ''
,r,.r a r 1.- ,r ",,r ,- 1.. i, a:l I. al. r- I'rl .
i n Ir i.' ,' i ,r h!- ,,i-'' r \lllmuni (',, hlffale,
S ". J 'A 1,11 ',I L P As t fw h I (tid
I ; I.' t a 1 t:k. r.u (Itbh r


LOSES PINE MULE.


Tre Pill aOn Baek and Killa the
Animal Instantly.
Wade Thonia of \lnnte(oha w1as a
Ssiltor to the city .ye-terdan. anIl re-
,"rts the loes of a aluable mle at
1hm hcone last atlurdan
Th.' ninal was standing under a
ir.. \.hltih w*as hbinl feIll.cd. and be
forTe anyone knew It the tree had fall.
en and killed the animal. striking him
on the ack. It was ecers ary for
Mr. Thomas to com ere yesterday
and replace the animal. whfk he
did with a pair of maes. The oas
will prove rather hard on him at this
time. being ust between his crop.

The Big HOead
Is of two kinda-coneeit and the
big bead that come from a ick h bead-
ache. Doe your bead ever feel like
a gourd and your brain feel loo* and
sore? To can cre it In so time by
acting oa your liver with Ballards
Herbine. Isnt It worth trytag for
t&e absolute and certain rollef yeIl
get? Sod by W. M. Jobhaos.


Per Unloading Heavy tea.
The Goverment contractors are
having a derrick erected near the
Coast Line up town for the purpose
of assisting In unloading the heavy
tone. steel and other material to ar.
rive for the Federal bulldlng la this
city. ny this method they will be
enabled to unload a ear within a
few hours. whereas It has always tak-
en two or more days for the handling
of the material.

8temasof TTrub"s
Many remarkable cumre of stomach
troubles have been efeeted by Cham-
berila's Stomach and Lver Tablets
One man who had spet over two
thousand dollars for medicine and
treatment was eureo by a few bksom
of these tablets. Price, 2 eant.
Samples fro at all drug store.


"so I


W. R. THOMAS

0. K. BROOME
let Vice-PrI.
W. B. TAYLOR
2nd Vice-Prm.
E. D. TURNER
* Sec. and Cashier


HARTSFIELD 6


DO TOU OWN A

noY ItNuLE?

If you have a little Hyomel inhaler
(pronoMuced Higho-me) in your bome
you have a treasure-
Into this hard raul. r inhaler rio
can pour a few drops of llyonmil and.
presto. You have the best little physl-
cian for catarrh, coughs, cold, bron-
chltis. crop and asthma, the worl
hae ever known.
Whem you breathe Hyomel yon bring
the beaMllg virtues of the monmMl
oa forwota to your home. aTo git
the ery ame beJlal antleptle air
that you wou breathe If tyo reoM ie
In the ftrets of pine and eualyptus
of Inland Australa. where etarrb or
coasumption was never known to eO-
Iat.
If you have a Hyome Inhaler In
your home, get a buttle of Mamnd
for 50 eats.
If you have not an inhler, ask fr
a complete outit. which eaCs but
$S1.0, sma lanlue an Inhaler. a be.-


tie of fyomel, sad ilugle boa
Waos 1for mm.
Hyomd i wss adl a gnsmtod by
J. W. meCoflum f Ceo b m eo-
ta, asthm or broaMetls. w acmin
bak. ft ii reflevo aeW in aG
mintes. md wIn break It up hftba
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THE IiAILY SUN: (GAINESVLLE. FLORIDA. JI'N"g 41 19-09


HEVILLE,
-THE--


University City.


GOateevillle s conceded to be the
N ot enterprising as well as the most
bamutlful city in tie interior of Flor.
Na. It is located in the very center
of the State, halt way between the At-
Iotie and OGlf Coasts. surrounded by
mnds of such fertility as to be capable
Producing a great variety of erop;
Sthe beat of the trucigrewlng.
Spate &ad aaval stores belt. he
I th best educatonal aevatages
_F te State. lotl eurhbe. with
ed lces which are superior to ay
S ywa of Its slae l Florida. with large
a"d consistent congregations; ha* a
li umte which canatt be excelled for
health and pleasure. All thee natural
advantages, colmbiued with a progreu-
l e and enteri.rlinig cosmopolitan
eittlwoahip, ale sure to make a big
" 4ty.
There are many natural attractions
St close proximit) to the city, some of
which are Aiachua Sink. Paine a
prarie. the Devil's Mil Hopper. War.
Sha's Cave, and Lake Newman, all of
*rb wo reached by private convey
Spring Park Stock Parm. the largest
Md inest live stock farm in the State.
i only eight mile west of the city
a. d4 is reached by a good hard road,
S **oertg a most pleasant drive.
The farmers of Alachua county, of
hihe OGainesville is the county eat.
S "ve at home and board at the same
= ." The temperature is very euni
b aarcely ever reaching the alne-
S e In summer or the tweatee in
w' ler. The population of Galesvlle
I about edlght thousand. repreeenting
early every nationality on te face
ad the earth. and tranrm always
met with a hearty welcome
The Ulnversity of Florida for young
i- nd the National Agricultural Ex-
prpalrt Station am located within
te corporate limits of the city. In
bet. OGanesville has so may things
at we mat be pardoned If we omit
a ew of them in the following mumer
Oa of vWhat
SO l.eevIv-lle Iaa:G
o. Nartist.
No saloons.
o06 garae.
Four hotel&.
Four banks
Four dairs..
One foundry
Water works.
Ten churches.
One gas plat.
Two tin shops.
Three bakeries.
Ten physicians.
Aix fruit stores.
Two gunsmiths.
Six restaurants.
One seed store.
Board of Trade.
Six drug stores.
Four shoe shops.
Itate University.
Masonic Temple.
Twenty lawyers.
Two paint shops.
Four contractors.
One bicycle shop
Baseball diamond.
Two ice factories.
blx music schools.
One variety store.
One public library.
Two wagon works.
Two planing mills.
Two racket store.
Two lumber yards.
One marble works. ,
Three silversmiths.
Three wood yards.
Five dental rooms
One express omce.
Free mail delivery. ,
Four beef markets.
Right barber shops.
Two public schools.
Two music boues.
A telephone system.
Two haberdasherie.
Two abstract office.
Four pressing clubs. *
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
Six board g house.
One Catholic church.
A military company.
Three Jewelry stores. .
One phosphate offce.
One Chinese laundry.
One Christlan church.
Two steam laundries.
Two Ad-lit church.
One daily newspaper.
Tao hardware stores.
One ft.nmale lh) silan.
Plfte.n groct-'r torems.
Five 1aptlst churches.
Three furniture stores.
One cold storage plant
One weekly newspaper.
8evtn dry Bg,,da stores.
Tbr ,' cold drink sandd.
(Tnt chlctr (icr .' l IlnL
Thr*- Il~tl.ik>ii.|tlh fhips.


Tbr-e railutta- tims.
Eight b.-,,tvolnit orders.
Twa E ii.,i.l l t,.'h@5.
U'nltud Sit"'' :* 1 o,,.re
One ebh :i .1 I.&! i ,Try.
ThIrt.e-uii SH it.;.ta' '!.tXl
Two vrtrlti.trr *irf eon.
One Pro-tbh rit~tu church.
Tm,, igar iiaufac('torle
rF.ir r. il n* tat, ageun, S.
Volunteer fire d, Iaartment
Se eral l mt.r i mnl,.ates
Three 1 thlAist (hurhes.
A bras* buand orgrllanltion
Two photograph gallertee.
Two moving picture. .shows.
Florida Winter Chautauqua.
One eml-wekhly aewqae.
Mtre WS e mau w e d


OFFICIAL DIRt CTORY. ----


etate Offre:
Governor---A. W. Glchrist,
as pee.



Talls-


Secretary of State--t. Clay Craw.
ford. Tallahaspe:.
Comptroller-A C Croom. Tall.-
hassee.
Treasurer-W. V. Knott. T&llahas
me.
Attorney-General-Park M. Tram-
mell. Twllabassee.
Commipuioner of Agriculture-B. E.
MicUn. Taliahassee
Supt of Public lstructio--Wm. M.
Holloway. Tallahassee.
President of the Senate-F. M. Hud-
son. .Mlami.

County OMneer:
Clerk and Audltor-S. Wlanges,
GaOnesvlle.
Supt. Public Instruction-Dr.. J.
Kelley, Gainel tile.
Sheriff-P. G. Ramsey, Ginelville.
County Judge-H. 0. Masone GalO.a
Ville.
Tu A-sw-e-W. W. Coeson. Gato-
illoa.
Tax Colector-W. 0. DickMm.
Oalesville.
Treasure-J. D. Matbesoa. Galat
Ville.
upervior Regstratlou-J. C. Me.
Grew. Oainesvllle.
County Commissioners-John 0.
Dmnpler. Chairman. Hague; J. F.
rowns.ed. Camptlle; J. W. May.
Archer; Chas. W. Summers, Trenton;
0. P. Cannon, Ganesville.
Members School Board -. .
Weeks, ChaMrmnn. Hawthorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrose; 0L W. rmm'.
Trentoo.
State Seator-. .L MeCeary.
Gainesville.
Members Houoe--yd L Carter
Galneoavlle; T. A. Dokeo. anta Fo.

Crty Omeer:
Mayor-Horato Devis.
MarsaJ--B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assesor-W. M. Bradford.
Tax Collector-T. B. EUls, Br.
Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Deft
City Attorney-R. E. DlavTs.
Board of Aldermen--. K. Broome.
President; 8. J. Burnett. H. L Phlfer.
H. 8. Graves, C. A. Colelogh, W. T.
Pound, .. A. Goodwin.
Board of Public Works-H. E. Tay-
ior, Chairman: W. W. Hampto. Msere
tary H. F. Dutton. J. Baird. J. H.
Vidal.
First-class sewerage system.
Two fertillser manutactcrles.
Five fire insurance agencies.
Two livery and food stable.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' rlub reading room.
Hardwood Manufacturtai Plast
Agricultural Experiment Station.
Flqrida Winter Bible Conference.
Five dressmaking establishments.
National Odd Fellows' Sanitarium.
Three undertaking establishments.
Two of be best hotels in the in
terror.
Two wholesale grain and feed
stores.
Two wholesale grocery establish-
ments.
Water "that has made Gainesvllle
famous."
The finest opera house in the State
outside of Jacksonville
A Government building soon to be
erected to moet when completed
.1 Z0.000.
Larpenters. masons plasterers
painters, printers. machinists and la*
boring men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
granollUile sidewalks than any other
towu In the Interior of the State.
An $85.000 court house built of brick
and stone-a beautiful structure and
the lawns, aowe& beds. shrubbery.
Confederate monument. etc. surround.
Ins it, make It a n*ost attractive pic
tore


We Ask YOU
I tbke Car"d. for yF female
troibles. bwcaie w am ane I
wi3 belp you. Remember atI
%bis grsoa rmale Mmef-


ff orCARD.UI
has brought eOdh 1T Vmdi sof
ywu? For hadachst. bedsach
perijical pm IoaemL weak-
0634. manY haVeSaiMWi'S "60e
beg m"im to ttak& Try itI
In TW CO~I n


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Total Cash Value, Sl1000.00



To Be Given Awa by hy Me rch tI The


Sun to Citizm f Atocm Cat t




Each Section Geti Prize!

Contest to Cle Augut 18,1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, Id b siam -- i
have joined in the combination to give away Two Hasd m0e Pa-= S ad O
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three diffsreat seetioa. The
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prie offered, a prime similar in all mrepses th
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the -
forthis contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra pri se foos: Ts
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winner stf the mpal Iri M
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be readAi la
cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvard, ~m
or John Church Pianos. In addition to this t will iv, a ewrtile me ar
$25 to all other contestants in the race, and will Lak, opeal Iaragu ea with
one to t d their paper on all purchases of lat'mnts at tihe eah
i, amb iile Sctis Will embrace the dty and suburbs sad bee ,
S l V 6 .i fined to a radio ofl owfr milein ealh dbn6 lm
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RIMO.

r A. C i- A Will eomprue territory Iofrm 9.
Eastt r. aI SC m baka ntesad
ehelle all points south-Waldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Campv-ille, o M ,
Lake View, Tacon a and all points along line of T. & J. My. ONE PIANO.


Western and INrterryn Secstil "Wlii s,, 1
Wannee, Wilcox, Bell, Neberry, Joneeville, Arer and a eementsw
bythis area. ONE PIANO.


How and Where to Get


Votes
The followtng merehauts wA i e vote
for every cent paid into theis etablameta ta
goods which they hbadlo:
Qaineeille Furniture Copany, Friture.
Phifer Merria Co., Clething and Frunlehage.
sineeville Hardware C0., PlmbinHtg ad Hardwre
Mr. F. T. MC. Cormlk, I illtery.
W. M. Joens, Druge and Moedtelaes
L. C. Smith, Se* ayd Jewelr.
Mrs. R. Wlls.On, Dry Seedl sad Neta.
Saunders A eart, Srew s and Food Stua
City Bakery, Bread d Paetry.
p. Y. Smith. Fresh Meets.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale tables.
The Sun, Printing and Publishilg.
The Srown Houee, Mealo and Leodgi.
N. Franciaco, SBanna Heoue, Pruits, teo.
ddine Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertilixer Co., Frtillers.


1.2--Thrm months' subw


Wwgv"b @ad
sUe h ome w ho ese
mea d of the mehAs Yw ~. md al MWh
Sam e~slimVToesm mom be dbesd
fa the VflotmineSd" simoft e
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Sy f tu. h l J S.H JE Reis tert. sitstast postmaster REPORT OF THE CONDITION
A O 1 1 1 r 1d I p bst Perry. arrived Is the cit la ht .---a r--
ai ftre rtoampany hl thrnther to Alachta.
r. MOM to |ytefiay forlpoints where the latter *IU ., narrile thi" 3hhI l -
1 060 0 N eOecta to abe le a o. bf 1"0
for~the m w I s or e days. J.. White of Nes herry wasr he Al IOl. to the ot of orid at s
SHeig ll*1p~ Was refterday looking after oume ulnstac.- ( a o weStree. J@u na of
visiting friedmi Is the eiy ~terday matters. He states they are halns l r
1ad 1loktnag after some. buluess mat. abnoant fie showur i. i he i.s A la I n.- Lam s est
yo u tors. b it. e oaut) ftel r- d s ,'osft N %"* e1
the"! Io L a oast t: A m. "so& tso o ere e rtmme a
Arp. B rde to alevreU a. IJapoti o. I
A1. Harper. the Jackomvlle p1. H. H. Piakosoa. who s operatin L i ,s s OI I, W
amsem, ai here for a short while a ishery at Orange Lake. arrived tio pRe U, Ow t. Sa. Ih -s
Testerdayt eo rrte to Cca'a on .u.l4 he 1Wt I" f00..elf &Ore Do* ti-st NhuvIII al.k% but Is
for H r fOooo, Jtove e ,,.. Ui,.at ,,,.rI ,,.,s M'S.I ,., mmm
Desalla sre 'I Ithl % .. a Vr l .a.:1 he as dslpo. ar ** *nt" f
oft*--% 1M u* of 1 b.e catr.l*. .. t, ur d fr Ivtate la nkq s
S. Mr. mad Mrs. I. R. Chitty af tes o a he acat ees al k Tu aco a, a
K lls, aoyl were visitors to iGal Pville yes- E. F. VWatersr 1, ga e to Sie nto h t, s
erday. h seYre ac omPIaled b an a srt bu.sins and p-auro trip *,,,, -*
OI their ittle daughter. oim!ned. Aslt!e from being ltere-t- N% .' .4t$*. 0,'1t 4, e 411s Sak. I I
fr.tl il 5e.e cureno.. kkl~I
kItbe c ll Mr. and Mrs. a Keith oft Wi- d il the papItrlng business he now se, .. 67s j
usim were visitor here 11to ay. They presents a nmuzlber of commia#ola: CL*. re I are tS Basm.
rm :oI.a-as witness telore Jdge Ma. oues. seew .-7 a
am I s magnU r C6. A. C. Symmes of New Orlean Is W.r'ess1to efd wit', V. S. Mjw
W. T. W a of Jroeve aru a the city looking tfter hle tramdem .osft o...
HIJ -Irived la tohe L ysa to spe d1 le travels this State for a tew tup. -5 To. l
a few days dS his psurM t. Mrr. iPetln cp which has recently been LIASLuns
..ad Mrs. C. J: Mise laced am the market, and has Leen (*& l ekpan 1d ..... ....
t rp "ad p d ... ..... .....
St. b :cUng with remarkhbie success Ia 'etSWed r WOU. s exresei sea4
F M atg asWNomes to is tr oeciPamI I ...... a.re
to be abset for the. ext few s da s hi ctton. Wes 5d>ala mNesI o N
1eek a1ter his hi a ad t ake a W. A. f ow dea o Mkempy was Dae to er nX.Uas!
iweede rest sad vasatena. vinr to the cty yesterday. He .... 1 ~ p.
A. L Orass and sa, Martda. left stes that Mkicaey s a ltt le quiet *bSks as khete c TA s
Tietvo owl dto aIs o lsT
Yesterday or Gaiesevle, Ga., whet to what it has bee. sn es the great jes toe ee aI we
MartI wlU eaer the Os lm r vtI, s A O hippng Is about over. Ta. otON o -
MUtary ,e o feo or the s*un. There are ony a few cautalopes rand *' ,o ,. a a 3
I&L W lI atg take in is tLe luao ogali forward at the present UOtlae stea mdepeits .. u.. is
.a A .bort it to Us brother, p TwtH&I Ce *e ............. c
1.ICWft1. FLbroe .M
IaN edine. ho f ee athe bes th t hs n a weaken t he e dW binredsuen .e ...
Uwe omia u p I ft U I hbad titt I develop itat e- oa T ...... .......... .. --- .
B"Riaf d OW *61" Mo e.. ~ Iamon. roeer's He ey and Tear r r-- 'l
When isCOOI r ALJAc('It'-
gY"dgg- W. la Wa glew K dat M" perat eu coughsthat refuse 1. C. A. Fa re-'4W C r-Lr of Ote.
008006^ the bo OYield to Other trea>meat Do mot same ba*. Isoti s wr a o e tet tie Tabo
of botels iskee-o y Ninety IpnNmet with atrie remedeles a d boost. C A Pkincajorn C
be Tw parst of those odelaY may result in your cold mtn- s er e an r 4 .tor s me ls a seh
a ls &e stM ap ath BreSw House. =yJg youlr lungs. J. W. McColluea Cooe4t- ,A1,: not0n PNub .
P IL N o fNewberry. n m f e W.I "" A. -
..thei NvrYmeO d that Iae. u n twhe The reporter was mistaken.In, Ln meI w S TKa-T.
ey yesterday. He states that busi- oming the death of Mr. I. A. Mlal-
Is i good and be i kept pretty pburs, In stating that he was a well 0i
o A well e0 eo the Mve at all lumes. ean prior to attending the encampn 1out l
meat at Jacksonvtlle. He was sick
Ms'y eittaeas are drifttag Next Dfee tt toetof I Ae
S t'sdisease by dretgi s. with a slow lever for about ten days Net Doer to Poetoffies.
Isirard' 's dies byel
SlA rl or to slg on the encampment.' -
S.d u Idkdl and L o, and eSty we t to keep his promise to rirst-Claos Chef and Mquipmu t.
M a J.Wmo w 0. ttakid tht possibly the change
would temefit him.
d c Reguloar Moeals ard hort Orers.
I Mis am so b" tor tothe ty p ymte aa I----
y" m.e taes Uthate sprigs are Place for Ladi e, Gentlemen and
m H | -51 very popu t h place and many people t Chlldren. EeIgtric Pass.


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*M9 9,0 NI a SBL--M I- Maf w de j**. comet. nud est by oN l2WANE. To fui kMi
lW aOw aft rP aN~ to. "w aaxe r oeom A rtm. J. W. h
g Oi o .LUMBER SPS R wm s position
SanWgIve wkienee. Add uwas"a gnespec- Work ot ork
D I* V. 3M st Cedar er was a A I U amry of Micanopy wUa to."r. dr" or
S0 a 1 1he e6MterIda. Io was ma tt to Ue dt yesterday. He oi Inalses: sdd *e:
1to 0, hem a shot visitsnow amser of a large track am l ISe Irhmueb Plo0o. OAINEVIL
sa l k a t tht place andI o la m Poo NT. gladden a Aldw PLn.
C 1 s-U l Me Ik ylW ar9 a rr6 oa r ta t paer Pd e |d ik-aik |OrtMt .
Onpla 3hstaarsata Aet saks.tt th ill ave one of the beet FOR RLN-T-lwer part of residence.
B hO a n ad short order bhose In the Arraned sad most convenIaent truck Apply Telegraph OMfce.
3 Fty. CI or what you waft ad farms In tohe country. YULE I L W
de x M il t N.Pusctas I r. sad M. r. Racker, two repre FOR RENT-One six-room and two
mJsem FisheSr Lf t. Petersburg is tentative citizens from Wilcox. were Si* ra cottaes a South Oalnae
ame -- the visitors to the city. vinlr to Galaeville yesterday. Mr. lUle. Apply to Com Pactory odlce.
'_Iya n mer o__ a 4_ana-es--- here ucheer states that the citl-as of the -
S.o ar e lwI ppsed to mat him. west- ier art of the co.aty are i ghly Roo E
g rp 1e a t-_- i ha p leased with the new service sow OAINEVILL, FLA.
asl assagletY at Ir ple...t..... I_. b give over the Coast tlne. PO_ _AL-_ r_____, tooth
blame shoulder Is almost Invariably and i ms eh
SO m ta to my p~rut of the M*M seas e
pltper p. ,- .m ho .. eaea. by r 0 S **s Fa. Iwihga bb
k- 'd M mIblern ulamest is sot only prompt auld
S n w. h. Nanks ad wife of Wan- ~ bt ~ n way d-igeeae B, having or shoes. npesed by MU-
Jgo 010 e hla are Is the oily visiting J. U. to se. iou by all da lsts. u rl Wi .tenw Les Isp LIT YO R PlOPER WITH B
li. md ther rlatIves. He es- K. A. Ostee of Morristo. who Is whb you waM-Is of er it m .
" p gs- pes have d for Bunnet's se of the habers of the Ploddls iafate. 1oles ,0r.
isew legi to his m hamsa. to GalevUlle yesterday. This cop-.
I 1 t m r 's ogh Remedy in my are ezteasvely Interested in all IT a Ld U A
.aeM oa a aran that if you are part. of Florida. but partculr toIs or eb atY ie.


eatleed aftr mkug two~hls of LJvy. Marion and Alachua couaties.
A4 ~g~M S L- 9 Sabe"'*re80006 fstleMe U6 Yere werefn four automlfome. i.r Iim LFI IM '-'- I
ua"willbe refuinOd.It Is p tote Brik City Moadey. to oy the smallest mom gYa Fkhn r
WNW. rm to. ltr d hi. alldub5W.Ch6nwFordofR. L Ke a. B, _.. Kmit 6mw af mRAA WIn isn D.IeI m ns


hSm if hr Latest Arrivals


& A 00EI UU LIE Or UKUILLA CrOPDU

A ML LUL r OKAUlS
A AUTIUUL AMOuBTMET OF LAP BOBM
A PSW TAITT BUIABOUTS

.Wal ls md daMrythi ain imor li U l M.


Crawforld & Davis
M----ir, We voi Vowr te agin Piao Couwtt


smili ng" Wmmo- --. ------ "S A 6-9 Y-
He was accomIpaled by Ed Tucker. ." n __
and they made the trip in about two
ours. outside of the Utime they were
compelled to stop on account of p u a ui s9 TATr u- --
accidetY
It C .Dat. S.atate ret.r*-wntatitt of
the Fa)s Lles (l..lriter,. also the
to louk after is Iteret her for Fist Na onalBank
the next few days lie is a Jull) good
fellow. and bas the re.-utation of OAINK VILLK. FLORIDA
plhilin .more. uachi,.AI ls thi. ctiou Capital, $100,000.00 8urplu, 0,000.00
than an) other a giac Sur ,W .
If you are not ati l.fd after u.lu- ('~- ')r VAT VE---P-IKO IESIVE
according to directions Itothlrds of We taker i, Irisu r. an (ia104 our Illritwe. at yr 4l.i.0l l,,il Vll t
a bottle of ('hamauerlawU,'a. ou.uach and slams to ha.W. ),,U Tri ,r ra ll ist f (Oc'u ilAiti.r (o4'lu ritlwr
Liter 'ra.tats,. )ou aHI base your ctcL o0 w MVf riil accuLt
iollubr. back 1 Theb lal4,l. I- (I. l- u r d I i
isi loulr-Ai the l... I..OJ, thf --HI l" k'k. ('tNT AIll I. oI'Lt cAVINtG IEI'AkTMh NT---
digrnitlur re.-ula'- tl.* ImIt -l. (all. J f ,e,.n r. tl. J. Ta l r C l2la ir
ei a rial .1mi ll **i OF.' H.,1 iv ha.rs, \'.. Zr Taylor.C ,
fa.l ~ul ir.sunt la UGrahai, A.'t Cashier


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ka-----haFew- Ma w W IL 1. egAster. aiiMalstat postmaster REPORT OF THB CONDITION
,- $1 pe bu p hel. of Perry. arrived Is the city last aight -m. Tn.i-

1P.B @ i k pasmsyn hfr polite where tle latter latrwi he marriedthisb b-
isto fiill e e @spos to be aheet an fteo.. No. w0. K
for tee sea week w te i days. J. 0. White of N.ewberry was here At usvfe. Ist0tate of rlrM9a o tie s
STryby Oete0 otf Mlgh ipria was reMterday looking after ownse haualner a ofmllo. Je i seo .
.viskiag friends In the city yesterday matters. He Ktate they are having awwMr.I
ad oking after ome bus o mat- abundant me *showers In his lart of aLes a"ho .s. a
... .1. Ovetdrrf.:.r. m ids t n oos re i ssg,
No OWobtio I tan b.e osou nt). ,.to .oose veti"i. m W
Sn mt.Bjetslost.r eU. I. oD

ellay Ii M yeer a@y e r tot e to Ccaa on Lu-I P :tt ..' ,!.r.:a I '. say. t.e 1at .ito ,,,s.w ts .,ulle. 1so,..Mfgtumo I
1* OfISSie~ oft, Move 11141. e hit u. birV-f t be as e dsi s s fteat.5 I.aA e
SN n _r _Ors, lee Mr. and Mrs. S. R. cChity of Mia a1 of be cat les.. ,A1 Trct Com su.. ies ,, ta
opilL I oy were visitors to Galuinviile ye- &. F. Waters l.as tMse to MtInto-h gvw jDV r*rv e:1e a
Fl Kl"* eray. eh ey were avconanied b% 't a tbort buisins and plea aure trip t se'b ormi aI
their ttle daughter. omLU!nd. Asic e from ,inwg tinterett N-. 1 .,f *tte, Kd. .*** ahs I.me
Ir*ctkitoi ka r euriems). i kriis
y. kise n Ca Mr. wad Mrs. J. D. Keith ef Wil- d in the rat14ring lbu'lete hbe now n-I. .. ..
am r l n visitors here Iladay. Ti. a|re. e ts a nu .l., r of comnin.ar.i ,^. W, .r ma- ., as Sasa.
B --M^ aa witnesses tetore Judge Ma- toueS. Lets ender oe.t. .... 1 s, 5.0 1
asi tma m&*I rcat. A. C. Symmes of New Orlean, -it ***W.no foro wit, Lr. VS. Trsam-
we s rweit Of elo edilessuampo
-- ...- W. T. Mim of Jakmsitlie ar. the city looking after bie trade *..
,edived 0 It the t yestiiray to spend re travels this tate for a n'ew tu?.' Tal I*..IM
404S L 16t a* a few days wMibhs lepata" Mr. pe"tle cup which has recently ben tx a ..... .. _
sad Mrs. C. J: Miosem. lbced on the market. and has Ltent *C5In ri I .I..... ais e
nB P. ^M. 0- I Mse to his f ',eeu iags with remarkable succers im 'CrIo0iWieiam. les.earemas s4ad
F. M. Osmess someato hisarm ..t...u. K 0
to be shest for the next few days bi bt Stci tmtiown. *3?atsotaidiro KOI
to lbk aflr his stirs and take a W. A. Ieowden of Micanopy was a Doe so ther x.uias'
e h' seeded rest ad vacatlls. victor to the city yesterday. He M'"t"kne ... P i.re 4
A. L Ol.Gl as l Wn Martia. left 1stae that Miaopy is a little quiet uaks d ad dhlsae a it. aU.
yeamee*y htr gataeevie, Ga.. when to what I has been, since the great je so cheeh ans es-
SMarti w eteIN r thte Gaminotlrtush of shipping is about over. lin easi old te sor o
9MIItary SOool for the som Thee are only a few castaloopes and 3c'6e0eek 1 sou e4-
S. Waawright of Starke li la tb ntogoingol forward at the present Uled States d4cP~ust i.. a), w
y e a ab ort visit to Ms brother. m. T aR del.eis ... :. M
-l-b.owen.. ....... 4
1. WaawrUlght,. wh em of the Colds that bang on weaken the Nows ein bit. rodisounte es
SSMt d a -elet etr ta i ted U hliad constitutson ad develop Into co-
S ymMI t ad wOI IV le. smptiom. Foley's Homey and Tar ....r. .O... ..
atnio a f Whiep t de bew uptodate .res peristent coughs that refuse C A ire orT rJy 4 ca,
w n V theoeodod a boas o0 yield to other treatment. Do not ame baNik. do solemel swe that sthe hbove
ttollont is ~ I, ,Pthebottiof my kai a iO
avo o. erv o e--aly ninety xperiment with untried remedies as :ad a w *etAc.Cs
ebsr taosoe&an atel mervice- woulyeninetybelie fsus.h% s
SDon't be d 49i per east of those eomlng to Gaines doy may result In your coldset-da or Jo .o w.a Asu assm Ja..
"W ..'111o .. p N. b tag1 Houe .m on your lhuns. J. W. McColluma Correet-Att t Mosr.U PeBPe.
P. ff. itftBof Newberry. one at a L Tf WCo. %N A XR ;1311
the t ery ies that place, was in te t reporter was netaken. In men-
o h M ety yesterday. He states that bu. :ionlnu the death of Ir. I. A. Mal.
es is good and a e Is kept pretty hours In stating that he was a well. R OwnU ..
ljll -well the ove at all times. nan prior to attending the ncani. ____
'11111 111e riAwment at Jacksonville. He was sick
Mzar of ekisses ane drif-tAx Next Door to Postoffics.
IM. at. s b r ith a slots f.ver for about ten days
sard k s deyoane by ade- rior to going on the encampment.'
ns"N hntmI l__^y kidney eml f and only went to kep his promise to Firt-Close Chef and Equipment.
mi -ZaIlg I^ OiI"r a w J' a. -, "go. fataukg that possibly the change
I*BS lu & 4 -tota Xo ita 4 "n a n V tfit 1m.Regular Meals ard Short Orders.
sW 1as Wot the cs tyeas antr-
.am ww v.it o r t h the cPt e Place for Ladies Gentlemen and
Svoery p l' rpla. c .and many people Children. Electric Pans.
ameMib T. de b rft ft ae eare w ow thwe _- imii Ip -mmer h r ou .

., -,- '.' "" t to H W. iinT
...loom" 1.11t*i' WAGitaWisces 5 w e "
f"* f t. L-W M a wheet virst Flow aLoney and a e s epecialy
or Nr that pe hi pfr Chronicthrat adUiIa"5Li

., _~ d and o littledaughter. ae. anod NoAt and in r ApTm r anld Rehuilier
a eor h to a few as d flaf hMoney sna Tar. J. W. Me
St n. sp ss. c Co. LU'MBER INPECTOR watds position; d
Si W. I 5Is f Cedar Key was a A. Hileiry of Micanopy was a r." 9 n oace. work O
S S .i .. hiteree terday. ore ew~~as a visitor to the city yesterday. He is R eAse|.: Addne:
N EW to his home trom a hbort visit now smaaser of a larIge truck and O* RENTFrench Plano. GAINESILLE
E60 i 6 eo. ee ock OaWiN at that place and claims PR RENT. Ludkhe a Lae I LA.
Ot" ypl Besta rsat. aet steaks, bat they will have one of the bes OR RaENT-14wer part of residence.
e 'e I ^shops and abort order bouse tn the arranged and most convenlest track Appy Telegrah
S :,' -.1Ih SIity. Ca for what you want and farms in the country. A --y t -tbrbt
09M 0 r 9| d Pte It. N. rsancisco. B. F. aid M. r. Rueker, two repre FOR RENT-One six-room and two
Sm ea a eJames yar of S. e tentative cities from Wilo. were iAve room '"ottae. im outh Gain wees
Samong the visitors to the city. He iia I to B(aineelie yesterday. Mr. vill. Apply to Coin FarVtory off ia
ass a member of a lt/ horo Racker states that the citiseas of the
? < U5 ea >who are away d plieo mo W- western art of the county are highly POBR ALL L E T
8-,a thevwishs to t pleased wl:h the new service now GAI.E>VILLE, FLA.
,- 0 O W naoehisL After I pleasant vsf*or a I haI my e iven over the Cos Ue. FOR SALE- typewriter riubons, bothB
ASI S. Uaere tmmaar during the __er. Lame sohlder is almot al a y cop and 'a nde theb meeting hM la ent ar c' e ased rheumatsm of the muscles Sea oce.
ap. agewns mberiTetr aerter S. a. For m h ur. rsad y oeld m quickly to the free appH-
-______ Cio Iea a n n he i of Chaambtlain's ImalIm|t. vm IU I fa .o
v....... linm ent- is not esly prompt sand
p lI ai ioI8 ^nb-db-"-*- W. M. a t of Wa- uep bun t of ao way dItarteeable o havin| your d|"e p Yaid bL M | .
&L *4 a" e ag@ i to lw e dch i the ly via J. U.- to e. ilod by 111 dIglahta 11 0tye' Uw et Lomn samd, Aia'- L T YOUR \OPERTY W H
-i-- M h .re S. t- n.M in e sia tive. Jt tme S b alaker. WIt iw she. is U!f, minutes,
,.s u game@ P1 a ti a ms, v. A. Oateen of Morracs who Is whlde JoB wat-free (If clam if nof lt-
abo- in be-y -#is" 'alm. o of the ieatmrs of the Florida -f"to"y. b'"oh .' .

_1 _- A eri __ s CoIgh Remedy isny are extensi ely interested in all Toim l Lands in Asectlus Conunt
I eld es a guarantee that if you are parts of Florida. but particularly In on o notice.
iBut IIissed after usles twothirds of Levy. Marion and Alachua counties I.Y WiI
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. ,S i -- -- ,. t Yu There were four autoLobiles from r IMa | FL
L" m t3.will be resid. It is up to
"gWYMm tW. by all dru.ggis. to the Brick City Monday, the smallest "A LaaesWUNGe n
Sbein the new Ford of R. L Keatlg. ess FU -Writte in Ibepllmni--
He was accompanlid by Ed Tucker.
and they made the trip i about two

eW L atst Arrivalst i,,1.to.stop o accou,,nt of ..-.. IN TOSATE--rC P0ItEI -
R C. Dats. State repres rutatli, of
thre Fa)-hukes (t)iperit-r. al,) the
ACVctLor. rrilrd t the city )AtI.rda)
to ookt after hisi ieatrle1 he.rr fur
A 1WFM I= LN 0fthe u next f'ew da)f lie iti a jol) sgud
fellow. and bha the r.-.utati ua of GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
A AUTIWL AMToMIT Of LAP 30B3 iActaB smor. a1ach.lit a 111 (l1 1 ..6t tia Capital, 100,(Jw.00 Surplus, $;0,000.00O
Tthal ais) other ageuac
APrW TAITY LUNADOUTS If you art a ot ati-f,.d afttr l lE IEg I
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