Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Related Item:
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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N kely to be Fmrther CaMdere UltI Comlt-

tees lake Re-rt TIay.

TALLAHASSEE. April 2to.-With-
out opposition. the concurrent rebolu-
tion offered by Senator Don. C Me-
Mullen of Tanil|a. pro idin lor a coCn
ntitutional anmendn:eunt in ordn r t,, sub-
mit the question of State-wide iprohi-
bition to a vote of the people of Flor-
Ida. was advanced on the k-enate.
endar to third reading Monday wro'n
Ing. All opposition was Fee.'r.ily
held back until the measure goes on
third reading for passage.
A strong discussion between Sen
ator Reard and Senator Harris took
place over the latter's bill. giving the
State Hoard of Health very extensive
powers in the making and enforcing
of rules and regulations for the protec-
tion of the health of the State. Sen-
ator Beard held that the measure Is
too sweeping. It was finally referred
back on the calendar to second read-

ing In order that it may be amended.
Among bills on second reading were
the following:
Senate Hill No. 107. by Crill-Re-
lating to cohabitation. Reported un-
favorably but with substitute. Substi-
tute. adopted. To third reading.
Senate fill. No. li2. McCreary-re-
lief of W. A. Snowden of Micanopy.
Iald over by request.
Senate Hill. 105. Crill-Prohlbiting
prostitution of females. under 18 years
of age. To third reading.
Senate 11ill. No lo0,. Crill-Relating
to intlicng away unmarried fenia'l-
for prostitution. To third reading.
Senate Hill No. 46. Massey-Re-
quiri;g te-acl', r"' uZnir. r train.::;!
schools. and making annual appropria-
tion of $4.000 for maintenance at Uni-
versity. College for Women and Col-
ored Normal School. On table by

New Liquor Measure

Introduced in House

TAI..AHAS.Er:. April 2i,.-Provid ldueed by Camn of Marion. that the
Ing for the regulation of the sale of House invite Dr. C. C. Carroll of Ocala

liquor in countiess wl-re' the, sale of
the same is allowed Ib law a bill ini
produced in the lotwe-r branch of the
-gislature I,. Mr Ia' is of Madison
I -*rs the earinarks of a disl pnciary
a stem and which. if plas-l-d by tbth
I Houses, would place Florida in the at-
l 'ude of adopting in a nreasure an
Sitiativ take-n tI\ South Carolina In
* explaining the Iiirpo-'e of hiti hill Mr
I .is I itated that lth,- bill if enacted
i o law would r.-'ult ii the. -liniina-
I( n of the tre-atl Ii;hit wlhichli h- to rmi
It ** 1l1-!' i- ill( lis- f.-ature of the-
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to lecture to the House upon any sub-
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Quotes from Receat CommunIeatiMo
from foard of Control ae to
ExitiSN Ceiltlne.

TALLAHASSEE. April .19--over-
nor Gilchrist has sent the following
scl lial message to the Legislature:
State of Florida, Executive Ofice.
April 10. 1909.
"Gentlenmin f the Leglslatte-
Your ateition f respectfully Invited
to the following extract from a recent
communication from the Ikoard of Con-
'iut for the future. If the Llgis-
lature of Florida would have a I'ni-
verilty fret from control in matters
of detail by the Hoard of Education.
the miiiiberr, of which are not. and
cannot. In the nature of things. be-
cause of other duties. be familiar with
the work and with the teachers em-
plloyed. which we believe was the In-
tention of said Chapter 5384. then It
is incumbent upon it to amend Chap-
ter 5384 as that the Board of Control
.hall be supreme in the seklction of
presidents and teachers. and In the
detail management of the instltutions
of higher education established and
supported by the State. 'Unless this
be done Plorida will be practically
alone in her attempt to confer upon
one, board towit: the Boed of Con-
trol, the power to elect faclties, and
then to deprive that board of Its pow-
rs by confeling upon another board.
towit: the State Board of Education.
the appellate and supervisory power
to set aside any selection made by
he Hoard of Control. and thereby
,racticali". to dictate the selection of
I ilreident or any teacher.
It i.s uirs.a.-onaile, to t) xis-ct that
i rn!:: i uit, d to I,. I' ..ilej-it of the.
'. W uld a i |'e -1n :11. lie-'l!
.i thl liuard of control s bl.j -ect Ie
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ADA. Okl., April 3.-Two be-.
dred dctlea a f Ada, early all of
them of the better el.ams, aery
disgusted with the "Jtlea m Ieted
to criminals i the smaller towa of
Oklahoma early yesterday a tok em
Jail and hanged four wealthy la
owners for the murder of Depaty
United Statea Marshal A. L DBobbtt
The lynched men wre B. Miller.
rt Wort. Texas; B B. Burrell
uncan. Olka.; Jeem West ad Jeeph
Allen of Canadian. Tema.
Shortly after 3 o'clock i the mere
ing the lyachers shut of the eleear
street lights, cut the telephoao ems
munieation and quietly gathered ar
the Jail. When all had aMembled. a
largt muan swaggered nt of the dark
and said:
"Are you all ready?"
A contused bulaing was the aly aw-
swer. The men lsleatly made their
way toward the Jail.
They had earoely started before
they met County Attorney Robert
Wimblsh, who had received word that
the mob was formlag The crowd
stopId at his request. Attorney
Wimbhh said:
"Men of Ada, you ae Jliara elag
this community nl the eyes of the
world. Think thl matter over calmly
and let the law take Is eoure. I ap-
peal to you as a offer of the law
to return to your homes."
The mob. without a wor. pceded
In it- *ay The attorney attempted
again to talk to them. "This ao
!*ne for speeches." said the leader.
and the march continued.
A high loard fence surrounding the
Jail was partly throwmn down and the
crowd entered the enclosure. The
!a-r -r ad\,Race-d and ,pounded on the
't u leer (hilyi guardd .McCarthy wa."
i:i dil
"M-c(.'lrth. 'aid the leader. "ol*n
tlita door at once We mean business.
Iti:rr it ie-ar daylllgtl "
"You might as wellI go home loys."
quickly resplnded the officer "This
clcair will I-tet r tI. lmpw ned from thls

Jail Broken Open.
After a (eionfeii-re-i- of c t l e iroit'
Ilithr. t h tcllrit. I against the frail
iail (donor and tlIhe nijh rushed in I

Board MeCartf -- -m m- amagr
Isn w a sUve r yv I %-
mIf I- m w qod to a, in Kf

The mob lad t- hefr -g- a
barn a oww *edl A at aWa a
stlmd tIhm It a ill a M
"Te us what y u dev.i k ew "
Bobfubtt ma er" a i a O mo

Waet eamswired SIrI do |t
"We din't OeW who ea eP ma
ma we death MW. WPmr al, I
basw a I had a ism asa I ag
Yo w IdlO 4M0 So 0ggsam f
ta mal ia "as am kt i0sf-
In Toms. Teeba s e to Im S*
Job s dei Why WPm dao M We
woMt Mil U t aea d m pa
"The pes," hlO ie i b6
lhe bu prigegIm woGo mm I *a
beam Mand oneI Vp I s .
JuIt before o i pe ,
about his oeekM u
a dbumamoud from W'SS fa f
ue tead that bem a bt b gb
in prt Wer t. Pmb J i b

rewat thir a be -t
Cartby *tr hIl oo of
sooe as d the e were dld ew m
dmnoned. At day t ie bed
of thoe ty bed mo wre an r aw
Whee the mob Mrem ed ie l
from i they did at m lk m
eer. 17 years ol, who pws .
ented tI the mder, but who tuw d
State's evidence. "Th boy 'mi O
Miller killed Bobtt and that Jesse
West aild Miler to commit the a r
A coroner's jury retired the .o-
lqwlng verdit:
"We Ead that Jim Miller .IL IL
Hurrell, Joe Allea and Jem Wet
met their death by belag hang by a
rope and that the death of seek was
caused by strangulatlo. produced by
the rope placed about their necks by
parties whose names are to the jury
The county attorney declared that
he would investigate the lyc~lhlg.
but asserted that there was no evi-
dence of Identity. and that there prob-
ably would Ibt no prosecution.

I.\I.I.AIA..SSc April *'c -;o,.r
St i -i! l n t t1of i t 'I i- ll o 1 ,.
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dc*l-t and other office-rs of tihe kFlrida
'., l, <'|l,, their re iatllt\e and
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MMb~c IesU ti In *1k 11"
Se de"o" ation Ie rt- nd
Sa s amay. i q to IM .
a. te. bJle amtre fet that the
t h s hhub-arool.
MoaLse and their ltversity.

up erI od taiatom ori in
TaS t anel a p tof te rsyste
pbile e I ttreu. he o u-la-te-d
SOe emrt m~ heols. AStaute
s. t iedvemUonal efficiency onl
the bset diul pa s ofi the

orgae dntln and sule is c musto
apred by each datiet. la
This form of organization

public instruction aoth it

thetayst edu arloneatre and

Ity. response t or I. n uno ratio i
freedom frout politicalIute orfm.

collegesa and d uveratIe Us.
tS Such super ulo oesaailaton
work Ind epr the etaienradelu*d

upon public or private u tauna
a public institutionsbo and owt.
to tbothemselves and to the causon
eduthion to take an intelligent and
iti Isnterest In the up-build,
elo secondary and elemeeitar
o It simply as feeders to
Iv. Suhut as fIators na the
i od oi addvancemnt of

a vitr the othoeihlr duties as anu
iaotllkclles all coeigr, whether
te i l t so tat or wrLth. a

marse b-to t erti uors and fu.llb
te the ubic cmnasermring
destais of thei aclademin andu eS si
apatsrlateslota The beigie-ell d-
ha. etve'rthl aa to ela sueS uetbr

7. ichl tue. seclera ol id f actent

o trtue'he'agt uonse' al c llegs ,ut r

the cr ulla, s- aud l( 1,1191 e h,.44 ,Is
wouud tesd toward the Ir artlcala

"I. More parous jro.inions for
tMimii of tehers Is a Pressing
is the edumstioal systclms of
swag. It win r quf r ha Lbv st
we owl v Ue rt 4v lo rimai


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dofm t dsaee.5m
waft bsewbaSuI w Ow ad binmte
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I I a as a ft ranacke abd
Med mm:. aieto uder. taking CaM to
- mief =ot ftling rsumant. Tbi
eamiie eekaui wif l at eme turn
Om r a 0" leof tad expirm bssor.
rew. Coder th rCutasme you
WE do el to scs"pt bbe a ras"

crI. a ring Committed or Being
@Wpcted Of.-Apply tto erest ma-
de bell nax~r fot rDn vgagernewt.
Insist on beigrupt among the' star
tons ard demand a salary prroprrtln-
lt. to tw rarity at the clime In D 4jUe
tww- ftarti,

Net worth It
A young man. otter bhi waons had
b"13 twike' unneunced. called upon the
bmsy rk-er early one morni, r. 1ie
wanted too hnrv a private word witb
blia kl-'ut the beans.
"Wll." said the iar. "what Is
"Obh. It. the girl's name."
"HIaant It ween lxen eirreetlyr
"f)j s I. tI'i.s '(,rric-t P')"ouh. lint I
grant ol ,au;,&I .. i:, Ow r ,.re1*A irz"*
for 1lw i112111. c.lllAg FI e dI1 :ac i itill
'ArrTI lOtifte (id t4,f riita JcL ir
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Asa ealig al.. fu~r til uu*wraaM. sore's
berlan's Sl'. eX lieo mst tisl ln I

by all drugglats.

"Whart bcame of that rich uncle of
"I think be'. dead, bet I ~on't

-t4v! How did be lose all hIst
money r'- ('levivand leader.

the Emansie
tier.., a'. tiutleii rjie aakc inav ugly.
slaurt A l eril. 1i a.1 i 're, 1 r r;l.Iy t Iv a al I
(can 1 1 3-Il3tI i i fr-m vielot..rleiN *- f.,r

wth,. lrd2ed?
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4Cat law4ed from aPe One.)
co-trrol of tbe sartnou rmnitt heards
;of educatl'm. Th edurational mat.
terl of tbe State are In oaen* respect
;*bject to the 'uprvlision of the
State Board of Education The ap
poitatw-ts of the Governor are sub
-)ct to conlraution by the Senate
The ats of the[I lislatur- are sub-
)ct to. approval or veto by the OoGer-
nor. The cootmittltal amI edamnts
passed by the Legislature are subh)et
to the approval or veto of the quall-
*4d electors. There is no religious
,rganizati'n in the world In which
the actinms of those In immediate
charge are not subject to the approval
or rejection of the conferere. prepby-
tery or some convention of the same
I There s no well-condurted buslones
orsanisatica In the world In which the
actions of those an Immdiate charge
are not subject to the actio of some
kigber power. smelly denominated di-
retors. There does ot appear to me
to be any reasm to presume that the
personnel o the Board of Control In
some future ages might not be of
sucl a nature to require supervisory
by some higher power Kipling says
that ae of the most eqa uslve proofs
to him that there is a God 1s that
there mst be a higher power which
would have superrvisio over the high
eat powers it the Brettk Empire.
Whether the Board to Control should
be the only oritatlion to the world
while should be exempt from re-
spomsiblltt to supervisory powers, ex-
eept, perhaps, the Kina of Ttibue-
too. who is not an orgsalntio. is a
matter for your earnest considers
tim. Very respetfully.
"Governor "

People pasrt middle life usually hare
some kidney or bladder disorder tha'
saps the Iltality. which Is naturally
lower In old age. Foley's Kidni-e
Remnedy corrects urinary troubles. >tilm
plates the kidneys, and ri-ai.
strength and vigor. It cures uricr a !1
troubles by strengthening the kilnr*.'
Sso th-y w ill train cit the u:-:r :' i
that settles In the muscles and joints
causing rbh.uZa' Jim. J. MrcCAllcu
& Co.

City ot Sno* White Domes.
Tew lIttle c- '11Air1 4 eJ. wit ht ItR
rw''rUI.:I&,tl 'l? --' 1 *IN s'0. Ut I liC e -
trptaic j ssuI h c I lw. prs'itueir of *n
stantlne'. In .%;ct l.a. isi ut lIsle', rc# -l% enr
a lbgra~'Jaa 4.11y, le'.stoov -e Adf the-
Irreat wigs3lsh'F Itli .in'ait gale' dmine-
Air C-11 Los S -o e tit ,rdl :1a r % ia'tie.
1:rvat w m. wr of :( oll& -11ll i ali; that ii
Laj~m '% u ii tt-.r4 Isa i % #-rt.*err,'J io El 4I-1
'I IM P Iir:wm '.f tthse re*- :e: j i ': t Ii felue
aire- A 'aa=Iru. to ite4f atwo- iI.a-ter waisd
vi'. # *'e ti et v ? r t!,.. %4'. ie'tenv.i. 'f Ifa
vi,~i' te: 'I Iw ~lake-a ;it at 1 'giirh''y
g tliat Ice IU# .. a rcity Air c e' e nt iells.-

Eminent Authorities Sav
TI-at ii. .1!.]r flr, i-i a I
Othf Aw--rcaP n.'1";.i I'- -. ..t
ii 1.I foil t ho % imo V 4111 1 16' a 1.a .
tfi~muafot~llow thm ai ,aI 'It a.. i -.%%*.r
164 v'. \ elaii C t C' 1.ABa rT-l S:- ,:';v

lIaaili.,-iit anll tht rh' l., .-Iln ; ll ~z"
Ia : ing you a, -;t v :1- a ,Ilt G -
qlultk and pi rujaliinit'f from
rhumal aism. n,.-lralgia, laae Jback
ei0ad by W .M1. J1'ihon. -

Sw Had Tested the Oyster.
Dorm, the wt uf the hou 'sbhlt. rwa
very fund of oysters. and after eating
her luocb of oysters anld rraclkers she
tbhougbt uf her dear mother hbu.y at her
sewing Imachilae hce seve-'t*el a nlce
large oyster. put It Its a plate' and car-
rted It to ohaer ir'th her wht sh si' mel
with hIer lIltll-e 1 sila ,ilser ii -'itu sI ful
Uess, uite Itk* q) )t(r .a6iil .6u4d
"It I IWmst as goed as anvy little
"Ye'." asl errel Iurn. 'I ktn-aw it I
god '<(nutw I II' LLd It all th. t.tiv
from the kItitchl, l .-;lI. :itr

F l' \ h i. v .1. 'I ".r I a
a '1 1 f l ..l f -, r la! fr'

Ia l ih l I' 1* i< l ,
' salt I l- a I

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II a. s is t II I i l
.5- t i b e 'I t.s aa a I tL > 1 .. l I .
1' .Ms ('t ih .ll & l .1
Bua "Want" adj ibritn results


What Stove

for Summer?

NotadibW6 w kitchen m cmin
im is ain uantber l a
Nio PNrfocda Wick ve Flom
Oil Cook-Stoop. Aything t "
myp sww C 34 do tba ,*w Pa.
fe .i" w M do. md d" 'r.
Baku roa. bo& wan; h bu
*w wob wow md th em d iron
wd donsk w iho diaapu
is ht thrdoh o the ro
or 9 co afoct The



WkkMw F M 01 C4bwv
Mmr frot btOR oml b if to Im ~ oadmtaem uaful
CABINET TOP with shlf ke uuw phus and frspiag food
bm Also a. bdr- seiw an uh h to ;ar e pot 0ad m-6
pot. mad as equlppod wa is bw suods. A movel
rm =in& Ama R 1.UiU7 mdcmamy Male in
im d Sol Sd witw or i t rnCabim Top. If
=tat rowdudwi. wlmsmr

rj9b rLAM afIords a
k dot bl Very -
ful to Usd es- a wdor
immtly = =-- _- --d. bMrm
suffut semhem






Fire. Life and Accident ta."



You) r i- 'Iflw-'r in r f. a"-nc.* to lAntl Tt"'s. W1s 'lt' )t1 ir cuoowsjjvr'
t he a I\ A' itag" '-' i .t* -4 r% icu. wc -- efr' sa- -w a 'tji etom A tr ,f Tit i-
PAl,-14 hIta- te' A -iA#.oir. m-vr nisrIan- ip .t' i D Tl-.


Alachua County
I1 ( L.-O I'" -I.-nt.

1: C. i:OW\VEI:-.

' (' -Tr u .

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G. S. Merchant & Co.
Retallers and Jobber In

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grair, Gardeq Seed and Fertilizers

Jlghest market price ~aid fur Ch(ckens. Eggs ar3 otht.c Produce.

A Complest stock of Hay. Cora. Oats. Flour. Brau. heel Cottoa
ed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Vry Beet goods
at Lovwet Prices. guarmate -sU'i m l ays.



1-.4 the ohI.'

that Ca Ita ii ~
'11101, likc-;111

or., \a I ng;-u:t l
4. ~~ilc 1 .1 U t Iaiough t s'ti
Ito f il m 14 1.1 11 )I a
i ,0 A l
't's i t4?al- tlt'.

;'Il..e I L(jII IIIE;l ii- IgtIh lei
4 to, tic th h 1.Ier eafa lipr;

iT c the- r t it..'cip t ha1.
curitye ljl ld I o S. l,1llS41.

A M. CIJINMAN, apt Siivk, Firda

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W. W. 3AMpfOv.



Thfti Vigor
railing ltimr ttsrsaruff
bra&"s t ow I- A r- i'61 i: s% a 9 ueeutvasItrtip tbe
aw uab.. Ih. kaisusI. iw I. t, a A tIsmobwSi.& bgvgi
lb. bihanow. 194&U '' .106'&CI .s. ,, d-# JIM R th sm
W" M n tu pat d ow iusac s uaej-,, ag.. 44 .b 1."
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Long List of Candidates from All
toctione-Clip Out Coupon
and Get Busy.

The Co-Olw'ratille Contce.t starts off
this morning with a large numnwr of
t.ltrl<. and It Is exlM-cted that the
li-t will lte doubled within a few days.
Vot.,s can lI.- e* lalaindl fronI four-
tc'-n tnrmis and (a-t at the places of
lb'i. .n'.o-.- or c'al I. h, id! fti a limited
tl.i 1e ounl tl- ilitlrills ti .- i*,'-ee. (onl
tb'- ballot
Each i-Lue of The' Sun contains a
oonlinatiing couiwxn which i: grwwd for
I|(' voteps. but it can be ued only
one' time for tie hame candidate, and
contecrtants will please bear this in
mind. Every issue contains also a
4 louln good for five votes and as
umany of them can be used as you
canu collect.
Following is the nominations and
ootc as collected yesterday at 4
Gainesville-Central *Sction. Acddic (GoodM. ............. I.CoM
Mis Laurie Colson............ 05
Aliss Pearl Colson....... .... 77..
Misti llessle Carver .......... 685
Miss Dorian Ellis.............. 325
Miss Bessie King.............. 325
Miss Estelle lheal .............. 290
Mlis Eloise Vidal.............. 210
Miss Sue Simpson .............. 20. ,
Mlis Marion Futch ........... 20"N)
liiss J.-ssie Evans ............. 2:# )
Ali.h (;.rtriide. Harrold ........ 1.e4
Mises IA'na C('clough......... I.
lMi... Wi'inifred Pedrick .... l,.
M i.- Iell S adler ............
Misr Pearl \\'he'tlton.... ..... I.'
,M l.-- Ma .ll A%.ra .. I'.
Mi.s (;ladvs MeFIarlinl It ,'
M1i-s Fannie litirklmhln ..
Mliss Alma "Fi'itle ll ... lo
Mi hs Valera IIennie'tt ... l
Mis.s Sna ('c'llion r1. 1
Mtl i Ida MIclkoeald .........
Miss AllIr Ta~lar. ... .
li M rI n11 '' il;r. w .... .... ltM)
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White Mountain



Solid Oak


Also Atcynts

for the

(''I lrt rk-td

Cooper & McKee



I tll N t' t 1 t1 [le l ti,

the best non-conduc-

tor for heat or cold.



Eastern and Southern District.

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M linsI

%Il e'..
Al i.?

'P.lli Ze.4ro .rcu r Re lhoticll .
Lai\erner Ivh"blit Miicanoliy,
I, 'hitti) Mihan(p, ..
Ali0e Stricklanid. W.ild
liHal'i- I:iacli-h. Tacvncia .
Agni' Z. troluir. t nchIle ..
Manille itl:illh. \\a'lo.
lAIplla Mc'recdie. Miranoly
Elilumaa Eliet'x:i. WValdo ....
Jewel Godwin. Hawthorn..
Elvein 8tla. Waldo......
lottie Littledale. Hawthorn
Pauline (arlton. Micanopy
L. Sanders. Hawthorn....
lemsiec Walts. Hawthorn..
Mattle Jennings. Rochelle
Martha English. Tacoma..
Ruly Winter, Waldo.....

Western and Northern Section.
Mrs I. Ware. High Spr s ..... 425
Mrs H. M1addox." ..... 375
I ishs lorrie Stri kl:iian PIaradise ',::t
\111s Esa I'osell Alachua... 'cNm
Mi-t Annie M.Ml.ain Archer... 14'.'
!It -s Hattie L ci11ai Tlocg. 1.'e
%li-- Veda: ItarmnI. I11. 1 ......... loo
Il -- Aietni I iu Hodi .esi. High
Springs ..... ............. o14
1i.-s A. (;roff. Ne'w lhrr) .... ... t14
Mlis.- Annie' le' ille. Arredolndo i m
Mis,- (la Stlidst-ill Newste rry.. .1me
\I.-i Annie Pii rice'. \'iad........ lie,
N\ti'. Malbel Cato Alnachus...... .Im
.Mi s Lizzie Shepplardi. I1e'll.... i. 1
The lBrown Hlouse. has joined the
combination and will furnish one vote
for cai i p.'i. lpe-llwnt with theum. A
chance for the out-of-town folks to
get soinething in return


NKE'ItIRRY. April 'i,. l)r and
Mrs J F. Ruff and little son are
home again, after a week's isit to
relatives at Pensacola.
.Misses Ola Studstill and Eloise
Smiil returned Friday from IBronson.
A here they sHpent seuCral days tisit-
iieg friends and relative,..
Nlr.. ('ha.- (rreen of Jolnes,.\ile was
sh,,opliiKng here' Saturday
: I-- Annie Piric'- oif Wadil is.i here
:1 ull*t-( of hI t-r .i alIt Mrs lrf) til

Ml;i-tr L. I We\eks. the Interesting
little .on of IDr and .Mrs. Weeks. of
Trinti n. s ciint a few daysl here la.-t
.. k i I ll.r '..
t.0 .' :

Nm -.- I.illl Scai'rl rmouglh ot ')
w'.- la it week tlie gei -t of
kc i< t k amie fa iih


','I ( '. 14 W .4k tI led I tIeI 1 sePI

\\ n1ea

5 .

I, ~ ~ ~ g a' eec i ai, ftr .a

'.. ~. see i c

I II- t I I II II ti I

Oj.ct. to Strong MedlLIneS.

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C-t- IIrA"linii
Canton Erecting Handeeme 1



WIll Rent Quarters for the Present.
But Expect to Build Within a
Very Short Time.

It I.0i.. n. lu i and R F I.;artiglie
lha lr i ,rnti a I-artniershilp and se-
cured the l agece' tor the celebrated
i'Frdi rond-tl r ad touring car. nnd
inteunld Ol|- in the' next few da rs
The fever has struck this city hard
judging I) t he mane th at are e'ngag-
ing in the business. The'-. Ipeoplle.
too. will build a garage,. and beside.
handling this car will do all classes
of repairing and handle supplies.
t. Lillenblum will have charge of
the mechanical department of the
shop and Mr. lartigue will have
charge of the sales department. Each
having a full knowledge of their re-
spectlve lines will make a success of
thI' venture.
There will be "something doing"
here when the three shops are in
operation. The. latest enterprise of
this nature will be started before
they will have time to e'rect the'd slitoii a'< the.' will r i;
*e.iiil:rirar ;lquartt rr-
Th-ey have sold two cars already'
and hate a carload of machine now
en route to this city,. therefore if you
are f ,ulrfr: onl bu ins a ll ew calr it
would be well to invlelitigate what
the11 will have to off-r.


Twenty Years Frem Today a Bald-
Headed Man Will Be an
Unusual Sight.

One of the most prominent druggists
of America made a statement a few
weeks ago which has caused a great
deal of discussion among scientists
in the medical press.
IHe said: "If the new hair grower.
iarisian Sace'. Increases its sales as
it ha.s during the tlKist, it will
e ic-4 I I l, t arlt. e.e%.ry tll.tin onrinE
, (I c ,il. in Al i e. i ii:hlin *i ei!:l
* :' r-
"And w hen Parisian Sage is used
:allo-t i iiie'rsally. dandruff will dis-
il,,t;ear anild ith it. departure bald-
ine(.c itchiini: .c.illi lslititing hair and
all a.- lip die- a ,i- ill follow and
11*i, i e ii i .1 i' ih ;iae.

Th.r. i- i onil oi, wa.% tie rire ,' dald-
riff ail Il t tlat to kill the ce-riies.
"Th.i-r. i> oiil o eli. hair |ire|iaration
S1.1t %, ill kill II*' i iiw- ill I that i-
'hi r
-Tile i i-: if l h;: ir r1 1-1T r ., l i Ie ,
,' ii l i fn ii .11i t eel r- i: l
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1 II I ,| : I I I e ; I I. '. ,< .
1 I i I .' t i ., .. .
I .1 1 .'Illl I'l t..l)t

wIl t i f 4 lig S n oui le- f ll allllll

O.e-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At Ieast is what a young baby ought
to galh in weight. Does yours? It
not there's something wrong with it,
digestion. Gile It McGee's ltab.
Clixir. Cures stomach and bowe.
troubles, aids digtstlon. stops fretful
ness. good for teething babies. Price
25c and WeO. Sold by W. M. Johnson

Proud of Cigars.
Memlbirlr of the fire department are
'-,.r- i.ret-'nted by their admirers. the
i:oiA ii .1 .iIng. la.rdisood (ComlAi..
sl Monday. It iti nIe -dlhes tol add
that ihe gilt i- dul a alpreciat'd

-ticks' CAPUCINE Cures Sick Head-
%1-t' Nervwnu I 'a.1:ir'.i. Tru <' e;
.,;*,a' ?:* .1 ieli ; lit front Gri|p. St'r
ir'h "t ,la.lilf- ,Jr ?0' iil;, e troi iei*-
r. i <'a !i.e rIt i.- ::tl -.l e I ti
eildiatelv Sold by driiecgists


r;Nu .e'u d M OGA

The w. t afA e d lo V l m il
basines thea A lth bll s -s
blW --la tact they "t wr -mt d
the blusaie- that te blbMn lA
gem: g*
A a* Want NA. mOMs a audw
for you-- onmthbg Yo dms't se S
for somethtag y"u do
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1W eS loour tap:@-*

ith ei :. e .I ar r 9 Pggh v'.
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f unur and Rebuiidel'i ate I'P ciii-1 .1 Vlr o lvt acarii All

.I''e l,.use..I i l".u.'&'e,

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A Kn< _cr

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A Bsty Sho*

n Gannriviee
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u ,t P1.1 ruieAm tughe rae lips t ce-u pt.

Sum Wami' ad beIag rwua W h JULBUI4J&

I lul. *
ll I Id

A. Iuri

to rIl,
old bLy

A ~ I 'e*

'b4n' r4 1.1 1JAL. 'KNO S' ILIJ F'I OKlt)A
-~ be d .ell MI "U ns

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FOOTE & DAVIES CO., eral Dealers
14 W Frqt 8L. JibmufAds FIl

Here It Is!







B*rick lock at Tt nPrae. i De Mierbe (l tthe Bet Mierl e.
1tica'aoy isi k i',lnlg palre, sith
otherr se.ctionl of th., coun('t) in1 thy, KIlle Theo All
Illildlil Hi 14e'
NMr .Carblon !.. .esi ha.liing a ai |II.oniil ltor' Ibrick Ilil.,.it cr.cteld tlh. r killer of catarrh germs. because when
hie h aill I"- a credit to thfe 'cm breathe t In. Its antiseptic and
Iplainee nid add 1 to the' l.uline ..- et K.grmipirdt. properties reach every
tioni. In addition t to his hlllilInt nck iand crc#hitc' of the mucous meab
therrc- I tu uintl rctc' l. a handsome bran.e from the mouth and nose deep
'14e1 for W\'. It Abltetn and iiI(h i, the' I, lut -.
rt**, ir crk is going oin In ilh, town. Ilyomel brings the Australian for-
Thel. Siun 14 pileat-d to note. the' nmanI ests of pine and eucalyptus to your
imnlronetl'iiln In all se'Crtionl atld home It I made of the active iart-
tru 1.ts that th'- i ill t- hei manner ciples extracted from these trees.
.ar for .Alachua cc-untt No one wha lives In or near theo
-- forests suffers from catarrh. No oe
Rheumatism. who breathes in Hyomel. the real for.
Moroe than ninem out of eery ten cases eat air of Aust il'a will bave ca-
if rheunmatisi arce simply rheumnatim tarrh for long after the treatment
<,f the muscles. due to cold or damp. starts.
or chronic rheumatism. In such cases If you want to cur aestairh. crup.
no internal treatment Is required. The bronchitis. ,oughs. colds, atthma, lay
free application of Chamberlain's iUl- fever, or relieve onmaumptkio ty
ment Is all that Is needed, and It Is Hyomel. the commom eas euar, th
certain to give quick relief. Give It cure that reaches th spot.
a trial and see for yourself how quick A complete Hyomel aott. Ieluedli
ly It relieves the paan and sorenas. a hard rubber lthaler. costa oely $1A.
The medicines usually given Intern- and extra bottles of Hyomet. after
ally for rheumatism are poisonous or wards needed. eat but U eMa.
very strong medicines. They are (Garateed to cure. nr wmoy ha b
worse than useless In cases of chronic Sold by leadln drulggst everywhge.
and muscular rheumaUsm. For sale Sold and guaranteed Ina alaevsr
by all druggists. by J. W. McCollum A Co.

Mut Leave the City.
In the Mayor's court Hessle and
\l:it(al Clarke were required to leave
'he' cit. or be sentenced to Jail. but b t| d X
the' case.3 against the Lowler woman is gageves m mang
. di- .lin:.d.- -:h .#l.hlited a mar- h, lbelkc iugamda eaBl I
HraLe c'riith( ale' Itoh wre charged nr* LI S
with k. *.;nii hrtim ^tf ill ..fI SO __0son"

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I M m S_ -m

Mtmo me Ifcerw S
18* -

MW isS woom p .eek

T af malewe J seats o.

adi' a* -rt.

hb rS. -

l"a po-4 imYr
i ul aa- kow ta a al
tae ae are o umebSoe ae ios
Shmt besy.

M a Indm tmem I

a obs Fa Its 09 0Kb aory
f"ift P peoSoo'at fl

4I 8A11d hI Nu n Ile"

hMu wlm iel tny cohml4y gd
he nee ast U-o eat bum

am a ous b -ind ota of bowte
N M *ba Us t th tbaed isu
S it t hlaterd wM the l b

el uobp o- the cmleaaed a
% Ner Yow PeIr Is doin-

le to vertl the tr ucn inter-

r-le It the 8otte appearing In that
HI- f beoetr widely copeld and
MaIid doubt dbe ~ n of inretr-l
I liU y au o thihavo eat'lt

O twfar wstuher apof a the ucw
Stvtt oabeaM w ethat all alleys
110las up siad keptiry co letsoVe
rt or vegetab cles are not and

at be thows the i ubet -ofw ul-a
I- n but pisned where held with

gos Irea bandlea t rhem.

e to advertised the trucking In ther-
t Floridaa an nd beet way. t


The Ralread CouamiaMioo, in answer
Oi a request for a new passenger de
at Bearer the business center of
take. stats that the leaboaard Air
Ie benug tI the hands of rec-'
Prroasly eiubarrais-.-n the I'ilunIlia'lIuin
L the matter ut cfluort ii oird rr.
haualt the railroad anid d. mi. iat adl
ibble to let the, niatllr ta1id for Ith.
me-beaI. g, saire the rallruad coomiipaaoin
Id roet iea D**a pa-r rit-r ltoilm In
id erect a new ' r tITllo ('a 111
Lark' a few *'ar.- ayin Tho- to lt
ilkso n is auides orlllg t rr tld i .
itauce IAI es r)> a) I ll I to the,
muple of the ltae. but are lthouut
ower to briag action nl the Sltate
airt agalait the Vederal rec -it.ra
f the aem rd to CUIUIHwl C'omIplta
rtth a order of the board as the>
e mlder the jurtsdictiou of the lred
raV Wjd- *


Waltl a bed ae easy job. bit
It wt-e to *e se poloeman a afahe
pIaorlIa. any Che Miami News-

After same yeer f n mterlng up
ome die and dewa the other his bet
beremes to his m td the est, r of
the worM. the bab of the unilerse
The lhppalgs of the day are an-
poatant relatively as they bear on the
laterest of the people on his beat
B t Is act only policemen that
walk beats.
Nearly every man of as has hl
little beat whrh he patrols.
dI goes from bis bome to his place
of hbefe- aad from his place of
bm-nms to his bome.
Hle se the same people and dos
the same thina day after da>..
So each woman too. patrols her
She bas a rottie of household sad
social duties from which bhe seldom
On eertae days she does ertalm
itI- a if he were a ltave to her
m-ee lee -- sad the eatems whic

am. Iie the poaleme. earh e*
of is opt to view all creation from
1al; ala beat.
~II u ia hIstimetIlervely lays
at a ,retie and etabUlahe hits
i ev* yT at of .aditiomns i ofte
ad-b Iby Its m rteoe.
I acer to prewrt te rtend fri
Sbe0nm permameatly distorted every
pesa-- should away from his beat.
ise A a wMle, ad iew the world
Sib -as Mew realge.
The beesmaa s abouldM take up
some- eaatlos. The meebasic
10aM take as wanUl vlacutum In
the mcotry. The tarmer s~aol sped
a s veeksi evryy per In the city.
The h cty lpyer abhod xperlaent
Vith fbatI The hioawite shoMld
Sto a bhl o ae I a while for dbis
sh dep-rture from roatie
s Mul a-e the bood through unused
mners of the braia and tend to pre-
veat the atrophy of factltle which
are not employed when one is regular-
ly patrolllt ae's beat.
They prevent the mind from become
lta a mere nmitated tool. fitted for
the performance of certain routine
operations and in all other respects
oaled .

The Attorney-General has made pub-
lic a letter addresed to Swift & Co..
the Chicago packers, in which be tells
them that they have been accepting
rebates but that they will not bi.
proiecuted If they ill promise to
be good in the future. Under the
last administration the Iackers would
have been prosecuted for such violi-
tion of tbhe law. det..p:t the fact that
it was a custom of loug practle and
that the packers seeem to have htwen
ignorant of the fact that they) w-ret
violating thM law. It InuI.t ImN admit-
ted. however, that it ii doubtful If
such a prosc'cuto u would It:a ro,
suited In a conviction. so It ia p. I ha:
to the bet t lit re-.l t of tlh- |lia!ilic<
that they should Inb lit ofo a t a
wuarnling tli time- anll th( I (,\, riiiiinti
thus saved tilh expe'llk-e of a uele t.U--

The IbaNiitall s i-sron is ino, c(in .; .!
throughout the- r,-.t of tillt -tluni r
othe-r tithila w ll b re-lo-Kat-d t o ..,0
rear. The tariff. Castro. and niaitn
other matters are important in a
measure but they will not conpaln-r
with the struggle between ihe league
team, in the baseball world.

Deafnea Cannot Se Cured
By local applications. as they can-
not reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There Is only one way to cure
deafness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. lDeaness is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin
Ina of the Eustachiaa Tube. When
this tube Is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfet-t hearing
and when it is entirely clo ed. deaf
ness i* the ro-ult. and uniil.o the Lnt-
ntlaination (an tb. taken out land til-
tube re-atrcerd to ito normal e'-illt(litnii
hearing will b t do-tron -dl for. \ i
nine ll- out of i to l o r.,t t- i. lt i
catarh. which is nothiiing I ut aln tIl
tialianid condition u uf thIO 11, oul -
surfaces -
We Will gite ne lluidlr. d I s,ll.r -
for mui) ctam of dv'afti.- t' eia -od tI,
catarrh) that rianotl lb.e ur,.d l
Hall ('Catarrh Cure t a d ffor cir
culars, free.
V. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O
Sold by druggssts. 7&c
Take Hall's Frasiy Pills fur cuasti-

um "Waar as. brai rsn its


is this cruatry losing Itss Dpm
cratk Ideals' We are mov-d to ash
this auction by theb reports fri'm
Washlaton which indicate that It Is
almost Imlpoalble for l'resldent Taft
to attend church on Sunday without
blein anlost moLned b) curlous
throngs of tslht--sers on the streets
of the National Capital
On Laster morning a reat con-
counr of Ipoplle who gathered out-
side of t. John's church. where Mr
Taft attended service with his wife.
practically compelled Mr. Taft to stop
and hold an open air reception be-
fore 'i could return to the Whit,-
i: -#* )
Americans have always been ready
to ridicule the English who make
fools of themselves over their royal
family. standing on the for
hours to see Its members pass by and
cheering themselves hoarse on such
occasions. but If we are not careful
we will give the British press a op-
portunity to lnduale l no end of
sarcasm at our expense. Moreover.
ebh conduct is ua-American and un-
democratic and there seems to be lit-
tie excuse for indolting to such an
extent on the privacy which even the
President ought to be permitted to
enjoy on one day of the week.

General Booth of the salvation
Army has only recently celebrated
hla eightleth birthday. The amazing
vitality and activity he displays and
the pilas he is making for a visit to
this country show that he has no na-
testloa of belac "Oslerited." While
General Booth as conspicuous he Is
by ao meaas a exceptional example
of active and aseful old age. In every
walk of life me of mature years are
to the frot with no slacking of en.
thusiasm and with the ripe wisdom
of experience.

Judging from the ensational alarm-
Ist reports concerning the relations le-
tween Enaland and Germany and
about European politics in g-reral
some of the European corres.pondents
of large American dallies have a fer-
tility of imagination that fit tnc-m
for niemnlwrship n a certain club.

Our farultles and our character
need just as much cultivation in order
to produce btw-t result a- do the-
crops, which with such inatlligent
care. the farmer ralien on hl. broad

Beat Treatment for Colds.
"Mo.t ordinary colds will .1lell tI,
the .iuplh.-t treatment." sa..4 Th,,
I hicago Triune. "-modetrativ. laxa-
tile.. hot foot ihaths. a frfe -I'erpira
tionl aiid an :i\lal.iauce of e.,poiur. Ito
cold and w t ;a:o r treatrient." \\'hlb.
this tre atrtit tt Is k imla,il.. It r' cr-mi ic!rable trlutne. a!nd I ho- r-
"Al(iptig It aimn -t rem-ra:in in ,oimir. foor
a day ofr twa(. ,or a fr '-h c'i ld i- al
Ino-t sure tio it,- ontr.t< tIl nitad ita
luany InItailn'- on I'lr ii frllo -
Is It niot blie i pr to tpin ioir f.ti l ito
n111 oldl rt-lt bl. I '- p. :'rn iin I' k* (I't int
iwrlmna '. Citl 'i l -i'. l;that I1 ft .
oui.- ftr it. <4 ia of ,l.h ii.f A ..d 'I
wa)s be' do'i,. uId'-l ioon Fll '' or -;alj' l.>
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I i.- trailu s Nia-i .il,g of I'ull,,uia
i'otllAlit DU li1tal t'ar 1A t -|eit Jr|
uiai ('Couipartuitet ('Car Iw-Iatve,
I'ulliran lrawtug iHtmn hSleep
Knight's Key aud Jer .ty City a
12 16 p m and Jacksonville 1:-
For full Informatien and a
S y Aget Seabeard, er write
General Passenger Agent, Jadtk
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SlI.IMITIl--Solld Pullh
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rsey City anid t Augus
n Jersey City and Pal
ers between Jersey
and Miami. Leave 8t.
5 p m. daily except But
C.pina oar rervatoloI
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Write tier P'riw. Terrva, Etc.

IN4 Wot Pay .t.

The Pay-heole Visible.




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sud#AN Tam
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WItiar:ftry us 640 INOSICI oItIttltm-ti-he

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Inm) 0KATE1

Dr. Monnish fainted when the s'en- FI o -. r tihe kin and biood.
tence was imposed but recovered and repsema,. rashe. and
every ferm ,r itching.
asked to go to her room The officers raloy humor'are spewdUly cured. in the
consented. wslmpnly .tipunllting th:t majority of carim. when all else fail.
mnpe w lt rFil o m I ntsfmI Trtmpnl tor
they lock her in her ro,.iti :Ianil r.-nlain rr Iiumor if Intfali (ldrrM I d Adultsu o
on guard Outillde' \W'ihl. hter ;ittorne".s c Istllrfo3l~Urnt .ior tlo Hltlr SHromald (cl-
W R.-I lflir tMai, ntr a l flw .rm (ofthom
were preliairiig l a n ple,:t l ltx;d. she' t lO'rei I'lk. 2 -r P arveianl nfmi in Plrortf ther n od
r I. o t, oh. b nfitvP lr d i lrlinw I* (1'e& m.
acconilmaelld the' office r. in a cnih to Ore p.i*0'. 'i nolei, lm
arlti rFWa Cutk uf Rook & M Din
her rotwlii. Allt l In i the, geardl'-W' _,___ _iii_
called to her to ee(lie' to ltulnche on
Rlth, omewhat Puzzling.
R c iin ni ril th.\ forc th It rt at :!I i l that the
door and found thoir a .i prisoner .In r ." '. 1 ,lnie-
di:iel ,i her e,.l tl;;.' ;i i. i 11 f r the
Ilr Moiini h w;> e *'.i ''ar. oef :iz'' ; i s t at

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SiIr till I *' 'cc'at..! :lie-' w eie're uere
ot- L~tieii.niJ K-i u i.%loervrotum
a.. glc-o %%,"ri ipilmr 4c? Slaacilas.
('ra% tecrel aroll4 '1l%'do- 'W-!"Ns-14-1. jRAP-e
c't'Ts aad ol 1 ,1 ito are,'it. ris~it *&- %ais
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Mad Seen sentencedd to tse United
states Prison for a Year for Send.
Ins Threatenang Lettrs.


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'! .i. !ii S :l. ,t !.c .' tL,. Io.i l les i 'i l.ilt o f I'l,,li li
. I fi, ,I til t i S .ib i ll 'lct i'It' i
to Il .it. iiil. r I rh r ii m'- ii- iof t im
Act eif <'mtongr.--. ;ileIro- ad Flet .
I"l. O t It0' 11 of 4\\\' of So.c TIP :;!. "
7 S it It1 5r A. i aJd all Icr
-on- cla, iliitilh :iai raelyv the lands dc-
-crile-id ohr de'-.iring to (ihjject it-e-au. "
,f ti' rniini i:haractrr of the lauind.
,or foer aitin ot lt r re it-all t) the- eli'e|f -
al to;a .(1lm l t l el file ti h ir at
tiai\il oi f |Iirr. -t 1m thin offil.e i(on ir
I.. for, t,, .2 !il ili. ofie April. l'.P e'
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Por -

Tht' ('im)loni ma liy I' .at at Ti.e :iat ,tl.( r i l at eitiner (, tl w stor con-
ner-t*Il aiUl tfla .-ntei.t. NOrT 4,MII) AFTFR MAY I, 10ww

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Groceries d Grain
T' TilE T|AD.l':

No Order
itl Phmm 215

Too Large
Sl(RL. Itr

ATLANTA. April -* i''-- rri
the' chill of the tra. I ti *.il)l ..

Oa.;"i of a conli tvl fir ; : ..:
t -I ';r.iauk r1 1 v, ; .! f
t< rila. a1; hi \.r r II

Federal j| 'unitQentiarV :a' 1. .\I ..':1. *
KaIIi.. Ith-put:y I 'lit. d St.atef. nir-
O- i. is whol .-,' h;irgi I h lim ile', I
pla'cd., found fterM thi \ ha;l tr':k.'ii
op'bn the Idoor to hi r r, kw:: Mr-'
Moinnlh had lbe-)n more. ir 1I.-s in the,
public *'e' ii thl Slmilth for ***i
years. She bult a .anliit.iri'lil it, tlhe
most aristwocratic part of Atlanta. a
few years ago. delpit'l the efforts of
ne Ihhors to prevent the opening of
the place. lAter. her methods came
under the, scrutiny of the, postoffice
Inspectors. hut it was not until .he
had trouble with her usbihand that
the officers could i .et e i.nlence against
her. They charged her with -endinL
Improper and threatening letters to
a young woman and secured her con-
viction. Her attorneys applied for a
new trial and It was overruled yes-
terday morning by Federal Judge New-
man. who at once sentenced Dr. Mon-
alsh to serve one year and one day
In prison and to pay a fine of $l.ftm
on each of two counts.


P)L'i 1)



Suffered Terribly from Eczema
which Made Hands and Feet Swell,
Peel aid Get Raw --Arms Affected,
Too- Gave Up Hope of Cure.


"I imaiff.rt l from erma on my hands.
armis tnletd foIt f ,r alh.ut tol\ve vyeair..
nla hiarto anI fI .t would aiIl. out-at
and it art gp', % rv r- drv. MlI- l .e ff il
geCt ra%. I tr,.l ri e-, -%trvr k ,ii l f
alv. ali 1 I Ietr.-i lt t.I iI(,t u l.i ,.-a
tioly IX. I- m Milorarl rlIf. A f i ni a. I1
W-.il4d l\*40' "4IT u,.ing th0.m I w.4|iiI lme
as had Las Ivcr. I tr-dl severall do -tors,
time rw an lle t.or t 'vars and at last
gave. up thinking ithiere mar a cur l for
re Tnna. A fnr'ndtl f mine inrsictd on
my trying the uticura lhe.-ortlies iitit,
rupl*-inl the wer thie Iname a other
'"' I had tried. I did nti gIive. them
a trial until I fot V, lautd that I had to
dro wmiethinl. I M ured a ralke it ('u-
ticitra Mlap. a th wof ('utictra ()int-
ment and a t Ittl.f 4 ('uticura kcolvent
and by the time they scerr used I could
se a vast imlpro've.mtnt and my hands
and feet were heled up in no time. I
uw d several iitteI of '(ut-ura Re-
ilyvgmt. This wa over a yer n and
have had so trouble since. I think I
am entirely eured. Chareas T. BauRs
ILF.D. 6. Volant. Pa., Mar. 11. iW.

01 Twtrtarg, Ioflgua-
unmars by Cutira.
The muwering which Cuticura oap
mad Cuthi r Ointment have allevlsed
Xain-tortured. din-
SaIants and chil-
dren. and the comfort
they have afforded worn-
out and worried paenta
have led to their adop-
t IAn countki h.mes
Sa ricvlem treatment



TURNED OVER TO OWNER. Rooms to l* Added lefTe
i Next Season, of Present In.
cream Still Continues.

The Wh\lite Itouse. now h,- i- own
r ftlK irratliln lilait and not (llnl does.
its own frieircin. but will shortly Ib
I reiar; d to malik' thr ice' u -di in the

l;ijor Thonima has just had install
'ti it new" machine and a Ipatcent ice
Inx and (cold storage pliant that will
llabll'e t)he' nianage'nient tlo hbtte.r kee'p
all fresh meat. butter. cher ., and
other i-srishables d in this
Iolpular hostelry.
The machine is one of sufficient ca
lacity to freeze all cee needed and to
furnish cold storage for all purir ,,pe.
with hut little additional expense.
At the present rate it will only be
question of a short while before the
entire lot owned by the White House
will be taken up in building, as the


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new eight-room addition is not com-
ileted and still more will be added If
the present increase In business con-

ion that the Installation of this new IN G IN LE INIIIIl II
refrigeration plant will better enable o ---J-- i,.
him to take care of the fresh meats
and other supplies consumed In the Ob and D.ti R m Op rw." $ l
For Cenespatle. N. H. COX, Consulting Engineer
Mr. L. H. Parnham, a prominent
druggist of spirit Lake, Iowa. ,ay: ~sy : Io I UMo bd b. --- -L P.l.
"C'hamberlain's Stomach and Lver
Tablets are certainly the best thing liPieus-- a
on the market for constipation." Give Tuoou" &u -- --
these tablets a trial. You are certain
to find them agreeable and pleasant C.nsxultation in Civil, Mechanical sad Eletrikl Eiasrln ma Man s an d ipeleia
In effect. Price. 2; cents. Sample Investiations, inelding PaLtrI Drafting and Duplieanlla, Blun-printsiallis.
free. For sale by all druglists. Typewritten Cirrular. Contruction, Reparin--auam l problem an thi s i
liwitel, Testing department. Arerate Technical Tlatix of Matreda
One Masculine Trait. ... ...111....I_
C(wlUll','.- MrN Itiniem, alwany strikes
ne as lw:l- '1.* b a IImai''ulInel woman. l
Mrs 4 stand the ie-tA tt of witb'ut --NOMINATION COUPON-
inilkli:i- I l.lg 'i. -c o er It.-- ti ael'
1rll0 -iei
Intwh Is :1 fri.nlnd If tinr. and he Ti M h an C Pin v C
that I4 ntl relndl to entertain bhm sl
not at ht'r #P e -n
.,,,.,,, ,. o I'nin Good for 100 Votes

The Health of Your Horse V
Sill I ), h -t Imroni it'-d lI-t lprf'
.,l4-'l if X'*11 ;irt t r.:-;iv tri give' til.
i'' I"'; r It. I for i ll trai. For ___
kill, r 'I' t .,ii .rr tl in to i'i-. it i.
i, tr. il ttl i I i t i .;it i
J, A R.11 i%
il t .uif Yu N ,ll ,li < r 11 iri <)llM l will It COtliet for
I,,k i r! i ,,, ,.. y ri ig)r lin.i l lW The St offite.
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wv am aeeMow
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M NeWa. T"eean mpmey.

ITe d am and bWIly ma

M irala ll Io ( ( it t-
nall o wie f the

ie5 as
aber ieoerea
p dtat any It my
dt aand stWINi in

few oolerad a ino r Wf
1 u h to bea11V*l

lo ra. wich fr exiy c n lint o t 1101

i thm, oae toa r th
t o f -t at ainiaL
o aIWm 0 wt

oiddbte lred oem

a IIo I, o'lidft a m.
A l *"Now h dl al tofa
@a=I h. oiw ~ b be. MAinW.

--I tm war s"
gL- i l I 'do. goo s. uhlk

if nal er. l usi an*in ;- e
ftw am
to Sa an k b inds.tb a
.W6-1. T .a. toea Man-
okmdtoa pan twotth
hiIt ) gla mt b) i eald to

-d.Id W pateoae, Ma
mI-. wi btau one r bIr Ls

Tod a gdmoa t seba .bea
bera. an c t Ise sadla
n 4 am p..t;t boiar. hm.d e
smae. hre MWad live aowk
lmeriuton he bay. s r and
Wware htems an"otwr .buid-
ae a" for the prpoe of the
o d mywt ld II toi gs i
W. of this .manis.- "'U .
S c atl lreck The
of the capital stock oa tbhi
ha0l be $5.0 (witb the
of Increasing same In the -
Provided by tbhe laws of the
wf r erl st buto 18.6 divided
UnSo"Arg of the par vase ofh
eshmll be Prayble la cush.

&-hTe inaness of r hii cor-
sall d e conducted hg am
Bad VreqPrsitdnr a rinrg u
sod Tthue ti a stok of this
srhael. bept $ th o fith the
ot ra s benhld ae os I the d
provckolder; and a asrd of
tha three nor at're than ofil
sato he pactyd at thl cansh.
-T of s to* khdert to tw hhth on
T b. I busnes I f M3Hofthis 1ot-
It. a VIc-Presih d*Ant. a 4r e
ad !Tra rI r, .a (le ra Man
twp rod at an to oft

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b) In*.
cie it JuhmII.torP.e T lw IlaII.I.
to of realsde'emc. of Oil-tie' Wt.meilk
thb' awt theb. iounit of ctapil
k subscribed I,) *'eu b It,
IL. LAusblagbi umtv liss Ierts
Maome. Hawthurue. S hbare
Marrison. arthotr c I hare
Morrifilfie.HWthuritt. I hare.
Fou*. Mm wtbrue. *bailt*

thin I1 14 17 ofAprl. A D
beo re me ervtasoy agog a


~ Me AP~ of KWOes

The 1y10to8M of d r rable afo
ft matmtbo that they Oave me
pelmI 1hr dobt. ISek 1dneys ex.
wte a ithek teoody. el aealve artie.
I of s-dlmeut, Irregalr of Pa**ge
W SamId" by a -sesmadoof sentdasg.
S bek m e smn ceattlyr. mdaebe
mad di spel lmy occur d tbh vc-
tim tI often we+ hed dow by a feel-
tag of languor ad fatigue. Negler'
them warunigs and Uthre I danger of
dropy. Bright's Disease. or diabetes
Asy eo of thee symptoms In warn-
og enough to begin treating the kid
slub at once. Delay often prove
Te ma n ao bttm r mredy tbha
Dwes Kidm-y Pt. Her's Galwm
rle proof:
Mrn Jaw Doig. I0 Al ebua are
tue, inevi.le. F .. says: "It l
Now. some time s tee I sed Doana'
Kaey PF Mand I am ged to pay that
I haveo ad o ssed f a kid y
remedy. Several years ago Da's
EKldy PlIB deve away a severe at-
tack of kdamy troe mad m 1 haMs
tpe e m ear to be a permeasst
m. I I how Pnse I rcom IsIrmo
Dms' KMneY Pill to othr kdme>

Per sale by I dealer. Price 5V
61te. Pa.Oser-Mr Co.. Baalo
Now Tor. msol ants for the United
rem ber the, aio.-Dm'-me
l a w ot r.

t s t a oe the S leoo i n
"*FaW does a Iebek come tro a

*AuG do s as egg com wfro ao

"WU, i a erMker eemi from an
at as Tcmew fnom a eickee.
S*eow. itf yto n are going to
prelims tO ln lOe of tobit yo can
p Wiht to ubet.
met., pop!"
"Wei wht0"
'lBow ea a rb rken come fer as
o*t. ay ber cear sm o a eo andd
irtch It.
er I' 1 glad I alo't a bea. It
a t- hn to sit e a atcbet!" tHiamty
*t.i,-h .w Vn'rk TInesm

We often wonder Bow any person
raa be persuaded into taking an yt'Y:o
.u4t Foley'os tomey and Tau fr frcough.
colds and luaw trouble. Do not bt
fooled Into aseeptiaU "ow make" or
other substtutes. The genuine cn:i
talns no harmtaful drags and Is In a
yellow package. J. W. McCollum &
L Hulwao. W\\ auxhinxlhouriv J
: %Martn Cll t Morrisn. J. W Pea
r'wk Gj~orLe W PaccwIk. to un. well.
known to be the Individuals who slgn-
ed the proipowed Articles of Ircorlorma-
tion uf the Hawthor1e1 Tradin i Coni-
patt.v who see iNwfor iii* that tI 4 l sit'i G tie ii.
lpr iw-. Artictlc. of ineo'rimiratiiit

and e*\i(rs.: ('
this Ilth d-a of A rtl. A 1. It
N,'.iry l'< .4ta.r of l 'Pn inl ,
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Paul Juns, 4 qlu.rt, -..... $5.00
Lcwis' 66, 4 quarts-....... 5.00
Hunter, 4 quarts-........... L00
Harper, 4 quarts.......-- 5.00
Echo Springs, 4 quart. ...- 5.00
Cascade Temasec, 4 qts.. 00
Seridan Club, 4 quart... 2.75
Sferidaa Club. 6 quarts... 4.
Sheridan Club. IQ quart... &JI


.- Your Opportunity!
A 61"M Thata Gre "0 M- Si

Smen tlwe er7 1ac lty brt a a sm-
ed froc a KNe Tork ftred which It
Sreateoed aetty to brtag et oft
bIt serem walter Tal oer ma tow oSave part of your income regularly and Pi was geiias dinert la t o of p it your Mavings in tliis strong lank--nm
Phladelphle's swellet cates, with iP OP o Fl or
N w TYorer a l two women a us t of the great financial institutions of Forn ia.
a ,. adA to a lor delay wane r Your money will Ie earning 4 per cent inter-
eame ana tork the orde. 21io on of
th wom decided that ut ah m umakd est for you-working while you work, ilut
a chance to her ercr. Thb bht Msr.
sakl one wejwr aft.r onothler wthoiit i|VSO wlhilIe you nr.t.
avalL After about ten mlaiutes tf vlo.
lent sticul1ting-03 on his part tMe .New
Worker s d:TTO
"Tou don't know tow to attract their
attention. '.1 bet you t I rn tiring SAVINGS I)EPARTMENlT
SWralter to this taW withinblo thirty

i11 take the bet." said tbe PbUadll-
phi.a. drawing out his watch. The
New Yorker recbed over Into the
middleof the table. picked gp a thin.
delicate laa and deliberately dashed
ito tbhe oor. Instantly every waiter
hI the room came rusbig up to se
what wa the troblia
Cbrlr one tuibler up on the bill." 1 OfTIV" DKo. IS.
sAd the New Yorker lacouically. "a: ( -.-.
esog on oof tabo oyster orders t
Mw Pottal- Leave Gainesville for iicanopy, Fairtield and I(-
As the walters dispersed be added. W p i
Ia f S ey oowe me a lro sot ok l points south ........ .. ...... 1 1 a am
m ."--Philadelphba Lecord. Returning, arrive Oainesville. .. ........ 2 4: ; mI

insig i nakes. Leave Gaiinerville for aip.i~o (.'ui, I talka,
Whle 11hia lI tb. Fort St. (: -. Lake City, Valdowta, and all points North (6:t p ro
amot. at MAdras. a cuorrs;uz.dent o.
Country life saw a snn tio Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:34 p ti
Itches lot"' come ou6t of thf w ite.
wtb a G l l In tr m.ot. OCn .'tblr' A. L s em. S t. L. E. Barker, Traffic ll'r.
8*'It of the writer It erop;rl tCie :st!
ani Lbull.l. levI!ng the flib ..a t!'
bank alive. On another cc. e.,t.n
while flelhig In a reservoir near Chi
slabad. he axal n sw a soake emer
lIa frnum the water with a fish In It
muth. This niake wnas nlsull twenty
fou; ai. :n !...;,. i it.d on iE::: PK It h.
wa able to M.elltifyr the l nte rm T EE Tl eon
man spears of Indlan fr.-is water flIl.
Later on he emw a rvl.r. nearly fm'
feet kog. lylviIn In bsn!cIvr wnir 'r I
writer hiokrd It asw ,.r.ith h' The 0g Distance System
tackle. upon whirb the suake Iaitt k
him. leaning a lnrge yellow frui. I
hi. shlng red.
Oid of the mteI valuable featurs, operating In vanous actions of the
if or service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform in their equip
to the publi generally, is our connec- Imet and in their methods of oper.
A I A Ilon with the oetonsiveo Ma ditance 2tm n.


IMFlf To k" Amp
31111 dYii8i

\ The Old Ones.
"We'll baw tlu siv up It.J i t. u.
puttlli' phletur In the rlor. Jaue.
remarked old Joiin Turnallm*c l as hO
tb-rw the Iwldle under lte taItle.
**Whyr? asked lia wife.
Txoo dear: bhy. I prli ed one Ini
tou u tday. lid tlie d.-:aler ~-z. ez lie.
That's an olId 1naster; It's price I1
**Why.' *M2 I. It lw(k like i a i'eclid
baun 1 i, ur
Yes. It In. '" tMlr
*T ben. I 1. If a .,, e th.n l
(pl, tilr vq fwll *t 11t iltn ? Ai 1'.& i., 1 i-" I1
(irl,. 1 i ew i oi Sio. J at.n I re. L.i w% ii
% ," I -,, h- I l .'l .: .f i. lli,,lrH .,-4 I* ;..4
li: a e 4 OuI r IIlup.i .i i 1 ihi. I'1..* ..iIl It'I
I l p(t1
Isn't there bomPthing which only 4
want ad. can do for you tnoav*

oname of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Coempay and the ether as
seated Sll Telephone ompanlM.i
We own thousands of mile eof le "
distance limO In the seven States In
which we operate and I addition ean
seousct any toelphlo a In our system
with llnee extoneing to any other city
In which a ell Telephone system ts

Thee long distance line are of the
NOt modern and Improved rcontrue
tie, and are maintained at a high
state of eNceoncy. The Bell systems,

Only by reason of this close tratle
arrangement between the Sell Telt
phone companies is t possible to go to
a 1ell Telephod almost anywhere.
ask for "Long Ditance" and be put on
emmunication with almost any point
in the c(
This vast network of wires. rala.
ing throughout the nation, is used
daily In cmmeree and for social puI
pse aby the banker, the farmer and
citialen In all walk of life and em
plant here Ian important link in thief
great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Comparnv

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Maarck ;amt hat
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* Old Reserve l'cr C.
,r in 4 .$4.00 N',rtlh ('.ar.iihn Crn -----$.2.25
l .rii. 4 .ir i t- 3.00 M., tli iil t w ... -... .-.. 2.50 S 'nny '
uInu t',orn. 4 q J.00 MI,-unta I l w, )w. ..--- 3.00 6""I I
rn. 4 *.iirts 3.50 ll.rc1 (' rln -- ...-----.-- 3.50 O n'
*') t .n. 4 ,i 3.50 1 I Vallcy tLrnl-- ....-- 3.0 rly Tl


517.519 W. Bay St.

* ecsmv~lFlorid

Whlue 3M
Itidian Hi
I.-nd of
Green hB

Express Pad I'cr G.,l
ro...k. 9 yc.ars 1.1 -..5.0
Pure kc4 ......... 4.50
t ilen .---------- 5.00
uI..s Bourfbuln 3...
ills ltourboni...... 3.50
ill, IOU pr,,,..--.... 300
1-'luwcr, Blllid..-.. L&S
riar Tennc &sc -... 3.50
r's Malt --......- -. 300
a Whit ...----... 30
xi Rye--------........... .0

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eta" Offiere:
svomor- A. W. OUcGhrit, ta.U14
Secretary of Stato-It. Clay Caw.
lord. Tallahasolot.
(X'nptroivr-A C C. Crm' Tas-
1~~' rea r b'. K a

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Tax As-easor--W. W. CuO.or. Gaines-
%.. le.
'u t Coicor-W. D. Dickinson.
GaaTltl ill..
Treraaaurer-J. D. MatLt!*oo. Gaines-


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Phote %&0

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Pbctir. M9 ~Geaevlt. iP
f b LA~L LI f

ville. W "-" "
supervisor Registration- J. C. Mc-. ATT(
Grew. Gainetville. I
County CommisioL-rs- John G L4OLICI
Dampier. Chairman. itAgi.t J F.
Townuend. Campville; J. W. May. AINElVIL
Arbcer: Chas. W. gSuniers. Trenton;
0. P. Cannon, Ganlesihllr.
Members School loard- R.. B F ERD1A
Weeks, Chairman. Hasthorn; J. W. AT'O
Moody. LaCrossea; W. Miller.,
Tr(m. 3Jassaisru^J
8te senastor-H. H. McCrear. c
Galesvllle. r,,* v a4
Members House-Syd L. Carter, erubisal ad
Gainesville; T. A. Doke. Santa Fe. it'e of wt
city o e: A CAll
City Offcera:

Mayor-Horatio Da is.
Marshal-B. T. Arnow.
Tax Assessor-I-. It. Colson.
Tax Collector-T. I!. Ellis. Sr.
Clerk and Trva.-sur.r .1. Maxey D :
City Attorney- S. S rootwe.
Board of Aldrinllo -T. \. Shan:. -
President; (,.o. K l. iotn,,. S. J. 1..-
Dett F,. E. Cannon. It. S. Gra..- 5
M. 11lxron. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public Worl,s-- l I:. Ta.-
lor. Chairman; W. W. lIar r',-.n. -.*, r.
tar : II. F. Iutton. E. J. I:aird. .1 ti
Some article that is simply "In the
way" at your bouse might, If adver-
tised, be sold to someone who is anx-
lously looking ofr IL
The habit of answering ad.l. that
aloial to you Is one that sill keep
you Inter, -t. 1 I t. ;.:1
Ing. and irivItr.-.I .


rm.t u*limp V. rq r sC

Sane. Ii w IS kw hi
@&DO*. and SO ,of i` *I) c,

GainvsvilleT the CcuO!y S4a!.1
F'ii fucito4 te 11igi I' ii It a Its t oitaitli
*'*~e~ij tile I ; I .%e* r .: fII :'mlm.
Private t'i4i I 401 *.. i.wIiSi
Lni" ted '41a A1.ease .
vailer. first alas iioe t~si ,p,
and gas te ll e e'trie.,
nachaitoshi,oo, rifire Sil o faetti.
ties, erittn gnl. tIe n. 1. ii ft .', ies
thfre raimrlnela. I uI,' fi eII.r mon.
mcknufacistoiry esa, ve-' s i se li r.
pesroint,' r I-msio. mitt sell

We Ask You
to Like Cardil. for )liitol ('mal
trcuble- "'~l c 'n~' -~l\ t
will help y ,tio 5<..'' :!va1111.4
thtLz realt lomaloo ucc:e, J y

has broUht retted to thousands of
other ick women, so why not Io
ycu ? For headache. backache.
periodical psins, female weak-
as many have said tist "the
bet u ledil to tale." TryII
aIod la Th Ch C"


1r Alachua O., YLU
is HameBlack


r L i.A m

four asp puerop (

s Fee coot sw Sam. Udft
=L m~ I~h

3Il 'Sl5~ AT LAW
AM %Lessorin ta"lus

Ba. Eaaoe. Corvs ataSM ti0;

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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchats ad The

Sun to Cizens of Alah Cmty!

Each Section Gets a Prize!

Contest to Close August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business hboeM
have joined in the comnlination to give away Two Handsome liano and' One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alaclua county in three different sections. Tese
progressive tirrn will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the tvenit of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respect there-
to will be given each of tho-e timing.

The Gainesi Section
The winner in thii- di-trict will 1 -

Will enoralrace the city andt suburbl and *e con-
tinted to a radius of four miles in each direction.

aWill eollprise territory from Fair-
Eastern and Southern Section all, ,i,,.- ea, a.nt P
lalnks all points east and from Ro-
fheltie nIl pointits sutili-\Vahllo. Hawtlhorn. I.slanid ;roive. Canpville. Micanopy,
Lake Viw. lTa'ioilma ad itiall point ial-ing line4 of T. A .1. Ry. )NE PIANO.

lA -1 ga4 C- xv@ g@ ( 1l^ cotal pri e all Stations from
Western and Northern Section "i" corij Iai s ationd from
Iilague to, ligil Ipringa. Trenton.
\ ii l,.e,, \Vi l\. ..11. N,." ..r'y, ., .n. vi ll*. A.\riL-r ai-tl all -,tt etin .ntt covered
byv thi- area. NI: I'L.\N' .

WhIre Votes May Be Cast
How and Where to Get foun ud .. ,. B. gc,
-.,.*:- f th ini -rt- hanits Rgiilx otes and at The
**"n "t W tn 1'1-tv !ent 'I rt- 41 c'ttt be directed
,, i'.. ,...: L '**,I.tat ,*1 ,6 i t ** s t of The Sun.
fc U L W jGi:: <* :; ",tri The f ::*a:!- r r a;. ,C'M .. 1 *

fr r; L W : Rules and Regulations
Ga eSv c V.rr t'e Co-cary. Forr tu'c
P- f'r & Mcr s C~ C 't- -g and F..rns., -n g. i T,.* -orf,.t is o .*: to ans.e II'in l
G- "eswr e Haraoare Co P j~-r na aJ HMar ware. Al., L'A:; ,o Sf tl., c(,t -t or mou.l-ed for by saie reputable
Mrs. F. T. M.Corm ct. ...nery. ,, r-,,r to thl m ~.Iel known.
W. M. Jonnson. Drugs arM Medicines. .o >. eiiiilol. attached or relative of the pro
Garesv.:e Nat nal B *-no. Ban-ers ri, tr- of tOt' a :.--auad flmri a re eligible Lo
Si.irti .i at. ui tlhlr cLKttt, and amil participate la
L. C. S"c:es ard Je.-.e'rv io aitiain'r
Mrs. R. W 'son. Dry Goods and Notons. 3. In the event of a mliunaerstaudlng tetween
cardidater or others Interested In this cultet.
Saunders a Earle. Grocerre and Feed Stuffs. such controversy may be referred to the oo-
City Bakery. Bread and Pastry. ductort of coutest, shbo aloe are the person
P. Y. Imith. Frean Meats. qualifid to render decidsls.
Coffin & Planng M, Lub. and Buldng Materal 4 In the event a candidate decide to with-
draw from the race, such candidate will aot be
Crawford a Davis. Livery and Sale Stables. alio, .d to trallnfer oite to the credit of aotlr
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. candidate kl the ceLtL

4 141 's-iroerall s Na u .*rtj ra f
$1.25-Three months' subscription .................. 500 votes 700 vota
$2.50--Six months' subscription ....................... 1.200 votes 1,500 votr
$5.00-One year's sulbcription ............. ......... 3,5 v500 votes .5es
Fcr a club For a cl:lu cd t-n ix iouiitL' *'.,b ripti3ns ( ) .30.000 votes 35,000 votes
i ;,,,- t i l i' t l IrI.

$1 .U- 0;.' vetr's ,:Ls;L i .. ................ W00 vote
For a club *f tve oz. -vear sab,:ript:uion ... .. .... ..... . .. ,000 votee
er. .- I ,. l.i r 4 if t! i .i 'l <'Otite-t I tit i n tv .- 'lir '

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distrit'tt'on votes is um

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desired by the propristers

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Noson oom bs o"k od 1uab 4m

aab ooft of 00 env. as
lWes to rmt .W. L Dmb.
k YW rowtro Ims thecopeatle

cab Uoyffeof Reshelle Was In the

Wh~ qiseeeiapplee-very be.

9L 3L 3lrmpwof Omb is amacmgthe
- rtogo 3k ey.
V96 M.U Deou ndCos..
salembier& brie&
U msof Or odaw iste
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t1 V1w b murmed a
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49 S bu m wU m amy
. Web el of u b wu o bams-
E~ be a t" te M~Yestrday.
IP IL3 Gafrey of Mach.. wee
0u 3 obpwo f~t a* ciy yew

gm t -e M-e- avgse to Ua e


L. Ibe p- t* vee. lt
tiL Yiers to t ethoy Ma hib
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lld TonsMWtw

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la t. aido ag a
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L 3& MU e of' Hawthorn was
NM m veistoers the ity Moaday
ai eaeo the mail eurtie of
eIal re delIR srvivce from

. C. Jobaue I o (MicanoaVy an
Itig he al. morous Ifrleads In
Seville )ester4ay. He states that
ttfe clia as on the mote and
Sbulldin;. is anIc'Ctited.
Ira. H. H. Mc earky and daughter.
O Irene. left yesterday for Talla-
see, where they will oin Ibenator
'eary. They will remain at the
I. capitol during the remainder of

Irs. C I.) Pattee wiln leave today
her old bhoe in Somervillle. MaSs.
ire she epecths to remain for the
I few mouths. This i her v Irf t
i to some tmenv and she expects to
a great ci*siis In the pclanc


lea aiiidA nIld Ii.

Ir tA'.th io 1.-c 0'
" drema .-.': -1 l
offait,(, l-a-it..k
l(er. ie.i I Iel II

ftftbft ilk 2 1.24 aw

T" edsm S.. k~

Theo .drbatma.Iur

rPreh nemart better only 3e pound.
a--m-der & arle.
W. Bamer left yesterday for a
diart beale trip to JackaonvlUe.
Justice M. A. Bexley of High
prta was greeting hi. numerous
Ga meste friedsa Moaday.
iaopibme Palma. Prf and Shrub
ber; Pe aa ad IPrat Trees la va
riety. K. OGraves, phonee 7ITI.
sead the ule avertlem t and
aO who eomttcutd with th e Co
aparatveo estet. Valuable premiums
Two mundre poauds good tea I
tag at 4 ceata posM l; f posm- aOe
s*ee going at Ie. Sauaders
Col. Cbristopher Matheson has re
;uraed Jrm Palata. .He was a dele-
at from the local church to the
Presbytery of SIwaamee.
Rev. H. H. Newman of Archer. who
has been atteadlag the Preabytery at
e'alatka passed throw the city yes-
terday en route to ala ome.
The Haird Hardware Company have
a change of advertlament in today's
Sun to which your attention Is direct-
-ed. They are adhertislng lain moa-
era and now is the time to bu?
IBlue. Kibbhn The Faorite- All rct
ords I rken lu the Ptale of illuc Rib
Iboa Ie;ujin and ;.anlla extra tc.
klHoulukt-eiM' r. who tr. thini uo'ie
kirm whyt they aHthell all othlitr.
Ftve room (Jttagee to rentt ou block
id.ols....., ~qu. re. foriutrl)y pied
:P* 1.. I ;rande, city sater. tl-c"
tie lights. eseerage. bath. and all
-***'l,.rn onv'i. etices Aplplo to Mrs
H. ii McCreary or Suu office.
(I I. Feaster and ife' of M.t-anaiiop
r Tert aliulcli the %iiltors t)o tIhe- cit
e.-ti rda .NIr Fea-ltt-r statl.- ltiat
luaach sautitt. I. now in *vnt' i, it
^ i .sl.(l I ,.tr t :i grt.;tl I 11:1
S :.i .. > ;.ii't ( ,i 111 ii Il-stf i l

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First Timo Such Action Has Been
Taken, Although the Ordinance
specifies It

A t a 1. *i i,, t;i ; if t, fr, :.

lha I ong L niii o(\c *rl',k 1.- n-t-' fl. d huii, .- trdi t a r dii
th d ioprtmii'.t
It Is th- duty of this board to pI-r
feet rule.% and l,.-la s gt c riinl.i tlhe.
flr'men and th; ( ill at orlln ccrCi
m,-iice this sork
The board hflected is conil.-io.d cof
thief N K. Ikenson. First Atsic.tant
Chief A. M. Cushman. Second Assist
ant Chief 8. L. Gerdine: Foreman I. V
Wiggins of tHowe toml;any No. I. As-
slstant Foreman of Hose ('oniian)
No. I W. T. Zetrouer. Foreman A. W.
8argent of Howe Company No 2 and
Asslatant Foreman E. A. Taylor of
Hose Comlrany No. 2.
They will draft laws to govern the

department In general and rule upon
all offenses not in accordance ith
its regulations.


Meeti-g of 5. P. C. A. Will Be at
Col. Mathesen's Office.
A special meeting of the Bociety for
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has
been called to meet at the offices of
Col. C. Matheson on Thursday even-
ing at 4 o'clock.
All members who have signed up.
and all parties Interested In the
movement, are requester to attend
this meeting and further this work
in our city.
Mrs. Sancbez. the president. is very
anxious that the society get down to
business. and would be pleased to
see many of the citizens at the meet-

A Card of Thanka.
When mea will take the trouble and
do all kinds of underhand tricks to
beat me out of the Ford Auto Agcneu..
the machine really must be a good
thing. But it is ltae best free adver-
Usement for us. Thanks. Gentle-
phen. HI. i ENIII.I'M.

The "Toastmaster."
W. H. Ellib of Worthington Splring*
was a visitor to the city yesterday
and made a pleasanJt call at this office
For Sale One hundred mnio:ulto
lmrs. dust-soiled but in K gJxI cotll-
tion. 25 to .,o cIIents ach Apply at
Ihe Itrowin Hoiiu,
Mr. J G. Rics- of High l|,riins ro,
turned to her hnoie )ieterdia> ;aft-r
haiti fi tl.n t th-' IP. t f'va da.- h, l re
as the gue'.-t of r-lattl\-;-
If you have- backache. and urln ar
troubllebs i youc hold take ItFol*y. K',
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Beautify your home by
trimming your lawn. You
have no idea how ealy it i-
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knife, steel blades that stay
sharp and cut easy.


Sach laurtClom, bt no advertise
mat taken for I e ta a a0 ota. i
words make a ane; no tractioal line.
every word over each slx cou ting as
an addltloral line. CASH In advance
must accompany all orders or laser
tkws In tLis eonluw

IOST-Gold pia about size of quarter.
between retsdence of Major Walker
and Sanitarium Finder return to
this office and receive reward.

ROOMS TO RENT-Furnished or un-
furnished; for men only. H. J.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
fve room cottages in South Gaines-
ville. Apply to Coffin Factory office.
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this
rOR' R..NT OR 1:.E -Orn 9-')th
Masonic street. nice six-room cot
tage: plenty room for garden chick-
ens and Jersey. Apply to 409 8.
I'nlver ity street

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(O!t S\I.F1 : I.i;r -f *: .' mniules. and
%ago li< Ajipllh tnl Jeff Silmion. n I
front of Itttii's Ita'nk

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work a itlin ther re;aci h of )poor mani.
can ha\<- ho i, aith smnf.ll capital;
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The read. Pie and Cake you
eat should be nutritious. The
finest flour, nixed with pure
rich milk and baked In the
"purity fashion." make our
goods the most delicious It is
possible to produce.


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ville; eat k Ocala and be-
yonrl; wvet to !tSuwanner Rli-
ver; north t.t Alachlin. High
and Worthington Springp,
(t'sar :;ey, and all intermd-.
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MeaMage and Ansr,
for One Price.

East Florida Telephone Co
The Lo;ag Di:tance System

First National Bank

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