Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01645
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01645
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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'TAILL.AHASSEI: April 22, 1:30 p. m.-Special-After a session lasting four andI a half hours, tlth Senate this afternoon pa we the Constitutional
Amlenmln.lnt prohibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors in the State ,of Florida lby a vote of 24 to 7 a-. follow,: Yean-P'resident Hud-

sn, AIlkihs. lIaker of Twentieth, Baker of Twenty-ninth. Broome, ('rill, Cone, Cottrell, P avi,



Girardeau, Humphries, John.

sonl, l.eggttt. .Mass'ey. Mcreary, Mcleod. McMullen, Miller, Sloan, West. Williams, Withers. Nays-Beard, Buckman, Harri, Henderson, Hodord,
.Sams, Ziml; Cook not voting. Senator Buckman against and Senators McMullen and Broome for were the principal speakers on respective sides of

The s -ie:le ('Iuhinlxr was crowded during the session. most of the spectators Ieing ladies, and the temperance people made the capitol

resoundl with llshouts amdi so1(1)l when the vote was announced. The measure now goes to the House, where a determined fight will be made against it.
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owi ool Body and ove aIter n Ac-

cmrt ot fov. Jcnn* Work.

of the mlost eloqiues and
dresses c er heard by
Hose of the Florida
1..JA.._ .. J V ar ..r -..,

22.- In one %as in part as follows:
forceful ad- "No one can read the whole record
the Lower and escalw' the conclusion that reck-
,egislature. Ive disregard to the people's Interests
h. .. h ara a tr*l. t adit4 *ha uh i p o. r fa Lt'

absolutely Inexcusable. A mere state-
ment of what the record dlhcloses Is
-ufficlent to sustain the abote state-

"W. S Je'nnings was employed by
the lHoard at ani annual salary of $:..0ok
iLuritng th' tou carss prct-ding the
termination pf his connection with the
board he uas iaid for salary SloO.M0.
In addition he was paid commninions
v an! ;ci at four the. tani,' land. towlt.
tihe t-. ainl :tid overflowed land-, and
for exlon.es.. stenographer. etc.. an
amount sufficient to swell the grand
total to $22S.oo0. and then he graclous-
ly resigned and took employment un-
der one of the intending purchasers.
"Hy what hypnotic power the fill-
nois importation was able to so in-

JuUdget BU L.. varter. *Irepri -tutnUv." ~as* ... e....... .. ee.. a l uence the trustees Is One of the my-*
from Alachua county. told of the acts tism shown the attorney for the true. teries surrounding this trust fund that
and doings of the Trusters of the tees for the past two years. Employ- I have tben unable to fathoml
Internal Improvementt Fund siacte it,. 1d on a salary of 1i.KHMO a year. ho. 'The conduct of the trustees and
Inception by an act of tlh. Le.gilatunre. i ok. loirngligl at the 1. I cake and their favored counsel in simupl.y Inex-
In IsS5. as given in a toluitinlus re- the trustees hand him out another ,usaHble. and no amount of sophistry
port. embracing a largo amount of 4'>..oi blsie mi the sl halw of a'nt ,.4ar hide its glaring Improlpriety."
tettimuolIy as wcll a. ji in. .. it., commission. and as there is still sone TiK re'ljort of the commission wa
dence. made re'entl byIo tiw sti.-ocial cakeh'l-ft In the trustees' pantr) the' -oiittlted as a special order for 3 p.
commiw.iou elected for the iUpoll h Iby triu-t h band him out other gener Monday.
the LUegLlature of 19t7. of which he ous slices labeled 'stenograiher. A Ousy Day.
1. chairman. Several lin "e, during typ-eriter.' etc.. until the whole. for A large number of new bills were
his address the i.- -io;-akr was ititeirrii,; iw'o '.arh amounts to $27..M'. W',ll introduced Wednesday. sone of which
ed bh, altau:.. did this ommn of a horse I-ch knirow sent to third readinl. under mali-.r
It is to I. dtdlutc -d frc.ii Jml.,; that tIher. is eftitanl ni, oren blood ill of rules., and were l si-d.
Carter rnremarks that tlli e- r,: -.ilo th- ile. ;;a.. I.;llta I11 lthe C., .. n Of Stat- wide' intcre'-t uaas a ro.so-
ltas found thIt" the tri..t a ;ies i. l.l.*d l : th i- w'th the obligaItioii tf drain allnd re.. ltl lUs i.i 1 o.-itioi than l i r al county. and adopted. urging the
cl.ini the land .. TI.at tIhi I:til gtai;r I i.t d I, t ,he r -.flar). I-,.,r rol .' t.r- ia;ti in t :. r.:.,:-
d to the railroad colm anii.- tai. oe a11 i tit liidling that the, .tke ti to It. all hio,,i, .,1. mn. .an- to f, ur
t r*-lltalr\ Ilt. ,-It t .reli thit Ir ihiai lit l, t) Ii.-li:tlih('a c t a l op i'O t i :..i I .. t al
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Action od Attemy4ua hl I Attrathg Cdikb

FrmInRoow.iZ Sea FaCL

WAAHINGTON. April .22. Tb bee
trust I6 not to be prosecuted. Attorney-
leneral Wickersham having addresa-
Ad a letter to the beef trust Arms
.ayigu that no public service will be
;:red L piretisin the suits. because
.Ie lI coronvinfced the trust did not In-
tend to do wrong.
Tbhe action of the new Attorney-
(General. who was formerly personal
attorney for J. I. Morgan and partner
of Brother lHenry Taft. of Wall street.
New York. Is attracting criticlm a
Igentv from the Roosevelt forces.
I iti declared It %as the Inten-
tion of the Roosevelte administra-
tion to proceed with the l roecution.
The circumstances in the beef trust
caUer are. worth relating. underr
ResWe'\ -t. James R. Garfield was Sec-
retary of commerce e and labor and
he gathered a tat amount of evidence
against the twbef trust. Thih was turn-
I i i S. il i-tri, t Attorne.

eomvtetlon wOMld have Ieat 811M
WlckuerSm' eritlm ar mat tlS
grand Jury Ia CMM o Ii al
States DiMtriet Attermyy I l
charge of the Cose we ll e the b t
Judge, of the evidence wh ik hM b aM
beard durlag the last thruw =a .
iAwyErs ,ire not waatla wheo iM
mmon the action Ji Attonnby.O ral
Wickerpham as a clear --Irpti- af
authority. In any cas.e t i dea aed.
it is a stralniug of the law to Pet
the members of the beef tut bht
threatened criminal prorestism.
The reason for his actm a gveshr
by Attorney-General W'ihegersh I
his Lelief that members f the be
trust had no intent to violate the law.
fie ea.ys:
"It does not clearly appear tha
your company Intended to ee Uth
method of computnlg the ent valut
of its product an a device to afect

so 1 tChiiuagco. lal d (r.i'l.Mllted to (tthe the charges of the carriers traasport.
',, ,a1, ll ttand jnu, for indictllulnt. ng tuch product. and the department
Sl, o ,, i *f 1jr Ipaircxt lidel pret s.nt- does sI ot t.-lie'e that any public serv-
trig t1h.' e. idl.iHe had not be-.n con- (ice would be rendered by making at
I, 1 li. .i 1 %,! lt 1 I slit O ut of thi, ticiu.' a t.. ,(-t .. of ila t tra sn -
.ft o- ii; N li1 h i e \L't'i W k.r.-han ;tii ,:>"
I .,r ,.oed th. ak*. r.. tli.-\ ill Kexr l .tlIn i- I.take: to the Attorney-
.I i i(; ntll r.il- :i..er'loal that It' *LBses
1 L 1>.* t r111:-1 wIr(,..,.(' a ia ii t l lthliain ar,-. tr aI 1es. It Is aso.
.. t' ,* s* nlldlxllgK hi1e o .ert.d that Morris & Co.. and three
.- 'o i t n1' ('arri.-d to it- t(,.r large. Packers of (ChkCago. were
.. .I ,l i f o h ih 11 4 \, hv i i illlti.:it o eir.,-e. d tlln ade iiid irtitent alm ost
l TI .l1 .4 ;I ,4 a ilh!oo I I'tlll')Illl III ~ (i. f hiunnar Ito themP. now being
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Grand Lodge of L 0.0. F.

In Session at DeLand

Tornado Leaves Death and

Destruction in Its Path

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Beautify your home by
trimming your lawn. You




Thil Wold SB the First Leal White
Hanging ver uCeolet. in
Alachum County.

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gsi am dwr r se OsOplaertwe have no idea how emay it i ".
pOwi l w in' ~ until you try one of our n

Imp pre)i
an I am 11"1110111smoew icu
-- --- --t -m I a- 'g ernow
i. Ime we -a
.40so* ahni n Equipped with the bhet 'wici
s amt 1 snelo *-w**w- ie knfe, steel blades that stay the
i S SO N e tshrp and cut easy. Itdo
g t go a .m a mget Vm
to U m eg S tMWie l TM OwSUBesO '

A- l -o wN ot- seem

MM eI s Ile Aaa Ter
Io- -1M ttbor es. w ms e

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i -lm n BshnM ......... # nte
ANndTt a^ai -l1 o -U m LWaro. HIH h 9~rn-..... 426 8e
om"am a' spoe tha MtS CIem Picket, Newberry.. 410 ed u
Aidaf W p A m hoe Mis Bva Powellt Alaca..... S mmi
f WW tiwnme BB Miss Aloe Hom y, Arreo .do.. 10 little!
M A I e McLatla K Archer .... 145 l
s M Blanche Rawl. Alachua ... 10 requ
l In a s Ve u [aTs H| Miss Anamlte Le Hodlles, Hih him
inIS0 ew I oo

I-- a wl iWMM at e 4 W-A: ( ..................... 100
SA. Gro Newberry ....... 100
OIK Mis Ola Studstill. Newberry.. 1.00
h r.........C 4O.4 i M As AnaeI Price. Wade.rd....... 00 Pa
O to a OSrver ............ .&00 MSl Mabel Cato. Alachua ...... 100
0 1 6 .............. I.M s M I.As U ihne 8hep ard. Bell..... o 10 R
af 'l ............ 1 Mls Gertrude ln. H ue. i Hg... HIu ., i
I. elalo C ey............. 1.16 Miss Jewell Stanley,. Haue.... t105 for
- NeW iad .............. 1.41A8 Itapt
AS e a dto ........... 1.48 ss D oUgeoth ar hty Party. Ing.
Gta 9 n ed......... 1.**t Uttle Miss Myrtle McDonald en- r.tar
SLeses VM al .......... 700 tertalned In honor of her eighth birth- the'
SMyr wearlagen ........ $0 day. at the home of her Iareni. iMr. urn
Ne ra Stails............... 40 and Mrs. C. W. McDonald. 51M, E K *
O Oase Oliver.............. o 0 church. Wednesday afternoon from 4 i're'.
- Midred McArthur........ 415 to o'lok., a
Mg Bessie Klag.............. 375 I
siS MrassuerR Ledu bter. : ...... : About twenty-five of little M.)rtl I
lift Ua rguerfte lAdbetter..... 365 r
3los Oale BakIrd............ 270 friends were Itre-'nt and the after aMou
Mas Marion Putch............... 200 noon twasr a,'Id li a "oset *..,J)l. out .
malnnr, an nI| little, on* (.. Il,.r
Miss Jesse Evans............. tOo stras little u 11
0ms Lucia Patton ............. I: little friend. sho~ered he r l ui'th
Mies Mary Fernandes......... IMO autrul I r *
MKi Irvine LAong ............. 14. At o' uItk. le'd by the' ho.-te'-. thl
Miss Pannie Burkhtu. ......... 120 little' ones' tar, he-d into lth la ltrg' .al
Miss Mabel Williams........... 120 pretty diilngr. oiii. lhe.re thie.> u- .. tr
Mls Moatlne Paanu.......... 120 ser,'d with stral.err% rnt an.1d .
M s wlla Bailey............... 110 lady fingers Ml.- t t 1u''f .T1 i,1nialMd .
Miss Winnifred Pedrick....... io4 anld .IMatter Major l Itughtr-.' ., rd dlr.ti
Mls* Gladys McFarland...... 105 the' refre'hmnitk? After inidulgigrng li
Miss Ge.orgia Snowden......... 105 aplProIprlic.r g.air' umitil t; tel'ik. T. fr
Mias Alma Fennell............ 100 gust departed. shin.: the. hI ..e; ih
Miss Maggle Pagan........... 100 little hostess many haiiY return, of MI
Mis Carrie Perry............ 10 the day. it.d
Mi Katie Br ............... oo U.
Miss Ella IHaley.............. 100 People past middle life amally ha'v
Mim Li.ale lUvingtos........ 100 some kidney or bladder disorder that
M1U e lAlltae Bridges.......... io0 saps the vitality. whieh in natur;all) w.
Mis Tuer Boulware........... l, ower in old age. Foley's h die) 'i
i Dolly VLertn ............. 100 Remedy corrects urinary troubles. timu
M1sl Coaaie Daugntrey ......... 10.o ulates the kidneys, and rt'se, >'a
Miss Julia McDonell ........... trenth and igor. It cures uril add ur
U.. .. k D..y U D IU l k ma a rJi...*...

troubles by istrelllgtellin the kill'ysb
a-ern and Seuthern District so they will train out the uric r.nid
Ms PatUe ISetnroer. Rocbelle. 1.05 that settles i the muscles and joint-
Miss MatUe Jeanklas. Rochelle 1.105 causing rbhimatism. J. W. McCollur
Mle LaVerse Baobbtt. Micasopy 310 & Co.
ls Ales Strickland. Waldo.. 2&5
Mrr Hatte aglislh. Tacoma... 235 Returned to Newberry.
Ml Ag4e. Zetrouer, nochelle.. .2004) Ieput)y dh-ri'f \w)tnl e' of NeS.-trr
Mis Mas le valley. Waldo .....200 arrived in tthe' ct Th 'ursda) for th.
M1is Ioria MeCredle Micanopy t4,o piurlpsc of carrtls ig ackr e, ti thatl lit
Miss Lmaa Euteusa. Waldo ..I 1.'a Elta ('urr the ncegro ~oaiuai whlo i-
Mis Jewel Godwin. Hlawthornl I iharigd lthli tabIA1I>I anioteI.' ai in.ti
Mis lla Jolly. Orause Il.tlghlti 14 i) the Inani of M.iinera S. Ms )rtle IlaauonJnd. law- aen t l, rer. 'llllllnatr Iar htarmg I. fr
thtuu J t Jr C'arte r at th t Jla ', tlal.a
Miss I-rtle Mhaw. iralrbanks 10 lhie' Somaa whcic t, ,Ias il I .1 l.i-
Miss Elvena taf. Waldo .... los ,uffllcientl) rc-osv r, d o bl ],r ... .t ,t!
Mis little Utledale. Iliathorn o15 th,. bieruig
Miss auline Carlto. Micanopy 105 -.. ..--- -
Miss L Sanders. Hawthorn. 106 *- -
Missl ahI l Walts. Hawtu r.. I" A O niC reC
Miss Maurha Egllh. Tacoma.. 10 Talk with your doctor ahbout A
MtL Ruby Wiater, Waldo..... 10 | Askr him t re nMticribhs it for -

Wester and NWerawm estlet.
Ma. H. Mad4iI. A Irhe....,.16,810
Mis. Aalie Kirkland, Alachua 1.210

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Mi s*cl i' lriLL ii .- d (eta-1ha 1.i lt,1i
.dId a. ttri.'o.lo.
our StjndaiaeIa' m l bcl ias he *
e..ize ce' e- haire Ih iutairnel. let I'me
it to tr% auiel 'Aiuetk--ii i if wi1c.'a
i% afternicxceia lit .: .:: 1'cloiwk LI
all trv Y to nitl 1 .a th.' nie i Je eJ,#..
0, M heecelhou-4 %ur lite'ilcter'' Aa-
tit-it. I eso.a%%ill hta~e' it) orate-i nicrt

Eminent Authorities Say
Ttat outduor rxi-rc'iie is neetlded b)
the Ameraicranpt 4jclv. That'&, all er)
sell. but how van p'e.ople' %i W.t'. rh ar
tihill felloas t hat jeict i 11A 1. I
is %vr I~% u'iizule' ubt- S.itrd
l.iiwiietit wid th.' rIO tuni.i. tit Aill '
I a' 1ing )I is. rl1iv r a, A t % t,: (; -
sqUI, k ai l .j r aia. :i. t r, '.1' f tr iin.
rho iii;t:-i i iazn :., w a.M .4 la;i 1. o A k

One %ho lii f tL. a tfurit-t heel r, i
an be larety i-inia -elite Ii! f t th
rds. krep the bst t V tbw bad within
his reach.

f romT Alcohol
k:cr5i nn-alcoholic Sarsaparila.
v4t'. kkvliate children. Ask him
hl(hAJab thlin anl impure.and
uinttc4ay. Ask him if It akis
i%:' if healtL Love. V a.

KIMea Shum

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No hot and blistering air
to ap vitalit and make
cook intg olerable when
Sork is done on the safe,
economical and wam/wt-
a!fe New Perfection
Wick Blue Flame Oil
Cook-Stove. Using it,
your kitchen is not a
r.om to fly from, but a place where all the
ecemry household work is done in restful coolnese
it d wtn Amht lR ltdh TheI


Wick flime 01 CwhkSbve

i built with a CABINET TOP just like the odem met lra.
.onv-- n- -foud -' a no oahr ml move. T1I 7Ft pste
mrr. lThmuss Wih or witot Cabinet o.
At yoer dl or w&ri our mart agency.
LA1P-? Me
drafthamp hoe from the
flts of other mp A pact iciall li
Hsadime amd mi. If moc with youar dea
W out sumngesi agmy.
gage p agag

H. Owen. the white man now con-
Ini the county Jail and who har
seutencecd to hang. will soon
his fate.
Splapers in the case have betn
irl by Clerk of the Court
gtes and for-arded to the Gov
Sat Tallahassee. who will In-
gate them and set the day upon
h the man shall die according to,
sentence imposed upon him by
r Wills at the special term of
e wife of Owes Is endeavoring to
up a petition. but she baa been
around tee streets but very little.
t is said that but very few have
ed the paper. Many have never
It and fro present Indications
petltko will never leave this city
s others take the matter up and
t the woman In her trouble.
e usual procedure will be gone
Wh with at Tallahassee. the Gov-
r Issla the death warrant and
Im the Ume that the man is to
uld Sheriff Ramsey have to per-
the act of hanging Owen. It
be the firt leal white hanging
to occur here. This record
e many to believe that someone
Intervene In tie maa's behalf and
avor to get the sentence corn-
ed to llfe-Imprisonment.
verbal of the ministers have call-
pon the doomed man. but as his
I seems very shallow, they obtain
satisfaction. Owen Is an iI
ate person and It will apparently
Ire a great deal of time to teach
right from wrong.

ed Away at His Home at Apopka
Tuesday Night.
*v. L. D. Gilger died last night at
home in Alopka. Mr ;,.ige'r eas
-veral ),airs> pastor of the Ocahl
:i.t thur(h. und ni:aie' lany l t--
fri,.nd, in tl.is cit He i(' w -
r. of the S'att. lI ard of 1ls.sioii-.
mort l miiMrT .ait oifflice' i( that il-
illati')n iu thie State. andil wa, al-,
of the nm itl it'!l dand lo,,'i .:'
(hers inl Flori.!a Hli, dlie h tili
great Lltw to lihI. fri. lid- arind the-
.+ *t ,i 1ur, I'
r. (i.etger ;a~- tH)rn in Ie'y (',iti'
it fifty years ago. lk 1- -ur. i% i
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Fire. Life and

Accident "'.' r
^*-**^l~ d l <-<'-w

1, -MAKE THE-- I'.j

Yo)ur i .- ifn *, f rn.c' to Land Ttile'. W'e ,l eire to give oumr ,'nutoInwr
the ala.itiim .. tL.- -e.r\ i t* to l. 'unlrtd fromi a c',rip.et"e .Ai-tract uf Titir
l".at, -,,;.!, a ~*' have. Our r~crl arn- up to IDATE.

The Alachua County Abstract
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that colntaill"
anIdl, like' al

glm). I i vt jrll lit 4 a ni ce'
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Your Opportunity!

_. tie' 4 -';1 t.I i l eI it I I t It.Lt 0 11 f- oif III weIla.
I'll' I Ie'N" Will I itearlil ui g I r cen(t'l mtvltr-
o'- .r voti-wi irk itg ii i h !v \~.,; I %%I 1k, -liit
al-i h..vom ~4-


3113 IL .ORDAY,


L4 the oI llclic

TrIIC IRILY iI4: E44.ik K4VI tla .eAfllKifIA.:APRIL 23, 190 1

r BoA E nESErEE-



Would Greatly Improve the Service
for All the C'tizens Along
This Railway.

Thr' plan" anid s iticiatl iion of the l Thiere i- a Iprotluliti that t ruin
new Seal been conmilleteld, approve id hby the lto- io nw stelpl here. w ill Iv, riun a, l.ir
cal Interests and forwarded to the- I'rloirui
Railroad Commissiohn at Tallahassee If the promoters behind thi- pro(clp,-
for their approval. sition are succe'i sful. It will nwean a
If t!i.se plans nie'tt with the' approv- great deal for the citizensll residin
al of thi- hoard, it aill niianl that ailoing this line. as it aill not onlil
work is to comlience on this im. afford Itetter trateliiin facilities for
portant inilrol. I ni isMxn a.' the, thnem hut will giv' a double dally wr\-
lmate'rial i;an i IlncedI ,!e c the ground. ice from Itronson to Jacksonlitlle.
A lar(" I| art of it i-. already: here. Parties re lding as far south as
havingll I1 l e in eI'lac'( r 4rl. a ic:r. or Ilronson will be enabled to take hbreak-
.-Ince the. e Iie.htic!i wa Irrt aritla m 'd f'l I at home. come to Gainestllle and
The ci'iz.oii. pge-lir.:l ulid tr .\ l -I'end a few hours trading and return
ing pulli i In parth iilar will hay the .ioniet in tilI' for dinner with but lit-
new ilmprovenun nt with delight. asl ** elp; se The afternoon service'
il tryv hin tIhe;# IeH eitl.i I Il t hefi. as it would Ki\le them about
Arionl thlie nec.e-.arlies that will bie ;hree ho'ij. t dot'I their Iradini here
inclided allilll b lavatories and toilets, W ilte \'e hat\ a boirird of tradle.
and roosni will tbe arranged for the' e Pllf- 1 of the ini, il,'r- :iret actie.
general icon\tnii niie lf th0 ira#lilt, *,i l ,_ uib iould iit sugge that the
public illChti en get together and make
Another iliplnroivnliant to Ii t e ,i. line eff'-rt to secure this ser\lice at
larated ii the' iit d-itot will lie thlati ice'. L w ild prove a Ipa% ini iroleo-
.ill baggage will In hanaidled lby trulcks.. -itliec f,'r tl'i. road and at the same
The passenger c:ars i will stop at the lin ie lI, l I a;;liin-\ ili ih a lu illn-'
mlli4e 13.I(e uiid0 i a wellLuilt riedci. wa
miiakin it unellricssary to be' in the
tetath also be eict'idel'd cirt thte slacei. alitre
backs usually. stand. Winter Visitors Depart for North.
Personall iNot E Iof aterest

Advent Christian Church.
The M.rices at their Advent Chris
tian church luat niilit w*eI'e Iar.I 'I.
attended. and the- *terinow.h I). KiR
Sweet are Kr'a:t!#\ *njo.%-l. lie 11ha.s
had nalln t irt ~ X e*XentrIeeIC' ..- e ti
Scrvic'es will he, held toniKht at the'
ucual hour--7:.;: o'lock-and a cr
dial itiitation i.- e \t lidl(led tol their n bih
Out la t night" llad.adC.rh and fir%
oas this niorninln? IHiclk. C;alidin.
Ju.t the thing to flt you for bu-ine:.
Clear's the head braces the nerves.
Try It At drux stor.




White Mountain



Solid Oak

Also Agents for the


Cooper & McKee



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MKILROSE. April 22.--Mr and Mrs.
it. Itarneit of Illack.-hear. (a.. are
iitlfht g Mrs. Morris.
At a called meeting of ChaJpter No.
S7. ( E. I.. Mits C. MlcRae and Miss
Sadi- 1. Mullinn werce elected del-I.
*a'tes to the Randnd ('halrte'r mien tlhi
m:t .la"-k?-ontille' toda..
The mIotor Ixat of II ( hailih,'r-i-i
liai- arrced here' It is ::0 feet loinK.
eight foot Il'ain. with canopi) top anid
-**\e 1I :ild a half horse-lpowec r gasol.ili
, lili'. It new owner experts to
i,( ild a geCtwl deal ol his tini on til he.
lak< her.-.atter.
I lI:arr l-eft Monday for 'Lees-
,.' ti 1ass. I at a re,\i;al nietil'lll
i le i I I:.' Il .e lie e'1Xpert'l'- tlo Ir
I : t :i >w .
.\ l.iiag crowd was at the public.
,; I I i l .i.'i.l\ li rilliK i hi l ,I gM inIe
ti. i Mr ;in l lr% .1 ('c iind
.\!i 1.'l M r- I A. krol ct I t li w i \

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If Approved by This Body Work Will
Be Started on Improvement
at Once.

Only a Small List of Papers Were
Filed on Tuesday.


()IIl a mll aauaielue'r c w aimers
ervr.' ftleld for record c(it T'uvsda) c'am- of
Iare'd to the' haiaLinl's dccii.' dclearingch
the' j.ust fe~w % .'ka iii the' rvulte liIInv. S4.
lItt matia ia-ale'? (if imiloircltalimt, ire' iiowd a,
l-rea ii nlig ich it I- thI aghet aill Il* c et
closed aithi itIe,' Clien vft w ciii) .
lFollouitg is the lii at takeca from i% i
IIe* ded kmceks iii thie cle'rks office : tn
N. It. Carter. Jlr. td) Stricii.fe'llcm A & F
4 *Iee'r. .1. A Williasea and wife' tIv
i I. R.litnt. SIF .maekson and W. I..
& cka. cci to Wc.h M.i .iiea 1 i4cgcl ('cci1 4)L1
Jk II eciiae'a toa Vi. It icis- I.. (C.
C th i a i n a w l i oi il i to Wu~ h i le ', *

teW 4 1 4 'mill %ieits to 1zii i. P'etelle1 id.
W it ;..' i I') I; W M I C il.PI ee )!.ieia I
Ito C A. C;Llcl Ipl tlmjgh. Amc o. htc'

C. J. (Grace'; lr. M It. ('oln i to 0.


?adisil Sage MaCe tier Hair Grtw
I w. lrc's es Seve No tb.%

eef il- I '

1111 )ii I $' .I(I Ii(

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Jecaze S~aue c r, a ( I. er, b~Lcacl-ocue'
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veral State Witnesses Wee Heard
in Kelley-Dvideoe Case.
The preliminary hearing In the ras
.1 M. Kelle,. and I). .l. Iavildomn.
arged with the murder of W. C.
liar. a.t llgh Sllringll. began )ester-
y atternloon at 4 o'clock. a large
1 d1%' .-e tl ic a':ors leig present.
Afl r hearing the el dencel of four
itnl'.ese the hearing was adjourl.na
ill ihi. niornings at N o'clkok.

ES. W. mwIwmI

Tom mWI kh ow1

Kgimetes PFurnihd Pinpdl AN
Work OuaamWsd.
Robn-wmr: Add
Jem rFr*'nchiiianolio. GAIX=viLL
Lu&ele A Pe** FLA.

Our Mail Order Catalo

For Spring and Summue 190

\',' I,.. .- il :1 out .\April l.'Itli. If r 'o i (t-ireacopy
cii out iM l 1n1.11 thin C coupon to U O1

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I'l,. ;I-' -i',l,1 ,, -, .1 c ', .f v,,.ii I.il orderr
( lttloe,',, for Spring a ln Sucnlititr lI 1 .)

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wl,,i, I li't k \- ntw l d il-,, I... inlt r.-t,.,l in your
<':t.a l. ,'l,.

B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
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Here It Is!




A Aht & La ciiiii'rc r,., -. i
I ii, fAcit tL4-e-) a rt t ll
Mat'''11 UN 1.brok,k a *all

FOOTE & DAVIES CO., General Dealers
S1 Wes! Forslth SIt. Jl:ksonvde, Floi

What "MARION HARLAND" tinks of

"Nature's Gift from the Sumy Sth
Neo York,
Daceaber 15, XS90
The I. KX.Fairbank Company
Dear Sirs
ian7 years ago I discontinued th as of lad a
kitchen and substituted for it -- as an e xporlnt ** COTToUtI,
then comparatively a now product.
81nee my first trial of it I can truly say that it has
given complete satisfaction, whether it is used alone, as
shortenin or in combination with butter in pastry, bisoeltfl
tet., or in frying; it has never disappointed ae
I Wish it g r in my power to inta tUhi pure TVctaSb
product In the eStem of y fte gow houseaivu in place of tbao rom
and often diseased, aanoal fat
I rarely r comea day proprietary article in print,
bowvr good I my think it, but after many yar usea o aaro
to my household and moeolf the aexelleneo of COTTOL I, X ael
Justified in departing flrN tmh selft-apoad rlae. X Ihomatl
believe it to be the very beot thin of its hia vr offered to
th e Ierican hotsekeeper, ad Ia ogl t o the ppoertuity to nL
Sy conviction p blic,.
Touws truly,

NOTE- MA R nWA.DT. is we*- kmwu n me dn*o thd i mesnom *ni hee thees lhe *AttVN 6t0 emet
the famous *Marian Harlaed Cook bck." sadly her satlkI on esliFmary emb)sela aj wMdely urad .sd 9 a
=t=ldtas and ton exfie~e with COTTOIUNU imake thit e t"eM u ty IutMe Mai m
l g"isfy loa- L 1s ftat t kclmi em uly unmdltike.


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p" Spertly dorcwminm-4 v,..g A dispatch frout Washtuxice stuto-! OF__
tabbv Mtter that s "rirme, ltber, (t SIstoE l e-jou In T1ItSan ..f g I IWSA w3 I
ku ~wre tb earme dm touratmd witb'put'h C&rola Id hI. n I l l( first it .t
---S :mw @f9ow the t or t CM rf ft IsItho -Wite tHoue Thesdav and t.-
a SAMOA" ....... .m pemrewuassawly evered wth witeh( It i oeIed I cordial greting rr'a l'rosi


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"a Di&s s.

The wasabof w P" fw day
~-- -b Ii~p.

fts ft" i-am ll Emu-s a

s=Nowa" ml I"U to
ow.. f g ro" ON

"W" I" Caft w
a meow "M I I fa of a m
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ft" us I I WoIw saysftsm
r -'-- dhwutonIo

mww JW- W
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ORR of bow m meam s

~hmabas msf tweOf h
a7 U. tM

dop o rr I I oewil mai
so MEMO The. v. Ite m"- IOW

l o ot o map ter. wnvtsh
wil ls Maers a sau In an


Witah theapproach ofeMauDayt
bTh ofe Mb

S od sueuly that teofdFgalc*.art-
udi oin rea inw e s In

gme pst ye s ted&3 hase of hIs
Sbtheioin an drinUc Cametr.-

llm. to& a. J Ba dlehas retired
A .

Wit- the aproac oflr MayuC Da

ini. of the Msnpen g~oior Umet

.wtog InraIg uneasIness 11

hels and as Pranc ha so ew-tly


the darleaored or nearly black soil
fImwd Ito ms and swamtup. commonly
town as muck. although tecbhnrally
a distsctl a BW made between peat
and meek. the latter na:ne bling re-
stricted to those forms of suam p de-
poslts that coLtali too murth mineral
matter to bera freely ITr f-eat ma'v
be very)- bros and lglht colored or
combat and stru tireless and dark
blown or black. It is u-ually stine-
what later In rolor when dry than
when freshly du. When wet It con.
talus as a rule fru-m '* to t0 per cent
cr more of water, that Is. a abort ton
of wet peat rarely contains more than
3a poeads of dry peat and may yi-ld
a little as 100 pounds. In the vet
coa"tloa It is entirely noocouabustl-
blh, and the Vruao processes by
blebb It Iprepared for se or market
as1lat priteially of methods for rid.
dig It of water quickly ad cheaply
a0d I ereslih Its fuel effteacy
nd traportablity.
The grat peat deposits that are
widely satterSd l t the northern part
of the Uad States have at various
times ar9osed strong public lIterest.
Il the writer of 10M-. for lnstaace.
whe the strtke of the coal miners ln
the amthran e regina o Pennsylvania
bImght the eI* r to realise that It
W to a Ito ett e tdepeadeat O
thee mners and their empoyern for
a ill~ tMt part I its fhel spply,
a 1ber ot f writer familiar with the
m-d Mn- it t he eoutrtes of North-
er M1rop eled attention to the
bat ..Mt toh o aoutries. poesessig
a e1tlto meh more ever than
r. were sto Igreat qantities of
pat Ior fol, while In this country.
altholbhb material was abundant, It had
only exceptlaally been prepared for
Uae and then I the crudest way. Dur-
ing the next few months. many ex-
periental and spectilative Ilanta
were established to convert i-eat into
fuel. but unfortunately many uf the-.se
attempts were financially un -urce- s-
ful. ad as the 'trike was ;oon oie-r
an0 coal could again bN had at reason
able prices and %t ry little ie'at fuel
was put on the market t any price-.
Interest in peat waind and at the
prewnt time the public IS almwjt In-
different to it. In the fe-w Ila"-e
where It (an be jourclhaed. hoiae- .r.
It fnds a re-ady sal.- ald i ilihroughil.
satisfactory fur all drlomi-tic ICus'
An intertting accoiint of the na
ture. origin and um-.' of eiat a:Ie -ar'-
In a report by F. .s I.na-atin and ('. A
Davis. on the- I-at dli eo i;t- atn 11 ii1'
Sticrh ha- jiust I- e ll pulil::Ih-, l i' t, '
Ignited Stat-n G;*jeol' ic aIIl Sur~ :. a;-
huilethin .:,; ('opl,,ie of (,I. >il; tin
may tb- 1 '1alrin-d fr, of s(h rr .
alild yinf i t, h- l)ir. c-t'r of th. .' ir

Wesed through a sei-re labor criali Ve at \\"W'alihl.th*'i. li C I' \,II'' i 'I'
I Is but natural that the approach of
te day on which labor usually make-s It.-e er.t l on.. e ir l... "II'-
Its demands u;Pon ij loe ra ,ihoull atI ir% s t> iI 'irr .1i eni' 1 \. i. .. i i \4,1 p-t .. -.. .
Ceasus iome anxiety xt se.oty- of ih, i f, Ih 1 1ft, 1- "... .r 1 .
-- --- -chaiill' I. Ii ll ill i 1 1 : i .\. : .. f '
Its against the law In some)u Stat.-lii Oe ro, t, a'e osii,;i.:. t e t It ... .. r
to trim women's hats with bird fe-athu- "f a*hou litilK an I.lh:I. ... .i, ,, -. ,. : ..
era. It isn't against thb law iu Flor- 'll.ious friendly. d tl.. .,-r ,| ... l l" r" "
da. but it is against the law Lo ipur 't riur. fun. ,,at *. '' r i rtit Ie ,i..
Chase feathers from fendilnole jIndiaiil iiiut'l r,. ardi stuch ;t t' A .
Who kill plunmage birdie i tht. EF,.r I h"r" lu hiiia .1 .. i: I, N ,
lades and iell their feathers for a and a disrie. to ii li, i I
eare sou In this city. says The- Mi- In theblll ()te can e" ll liia illtii th. II
Im Metropolis. It will be much i feellung of( air self Ir.e.-e('Iit K uti I.
Cheaper some day for the wonlen to sulj.ec'ti-d to Itre.:t iaii that Ir-t t -I rl
pile garden track on their bats and raKr their sieo'-.- of mslll.-sti lih
leave the feathers in the birds (Gonl tbhre* i in thi*- I rrian.- nsta;. i( rail
Intended them to adorn. forth such fo'oli-h actllons iI ti.,,nd
-our conmprhlrehe-i-loiin ('.rlaliil th:,r.'
The formation of a Soci-ty for Pr.-. ho erl-tralted the-ll c.allne hae' :
euUntion of Cruelty to Anirtials I. ry 'exlt-d idl-a* lirr I
Jlvtlle I a m"ot worth'yuo., Deafness Cannot Be Cured
ad ahbould have the hearty co-opera- g Is
1 I L. y local aiellicatllioti am tho-N (-.11* A N

UM lOf er TVUD i in I rur. T iU
death recently of (eo. T. Angell. edi
tUr of Our Dumb Anilals, removed
one of the bett friends of the dunib
brute thia country has Cr.-r knoan..
and the ameuur) of 'the man she,
*poke for tho e who .-cainot Ispak forl
the-nirseleH'" a ll s\- r b,. c-h riphti I I,
the p -,opl of lthei crllizfed wlrli

s'iruf .- r(t I i4 n i.n .I1f iL' i|
Uaim htilla.I llhi fl 1! h .I ij i .'
DUt-i L r A g .t i i l" \.-s 1 .
of It II til,. %wJ 4 I i 11 1l IK 111 l.g r.Il-
be- .i 4as It L UsA (.llli i 1 I Il.it It- il|-
1| ll llol II lto i al )li' idl.a l .
t-tliuJ-e >A) ,-uld sf1,I ll'.!I t I Iat thi!
ter t.fit r was ajm.eakiK i Itr I ri I ".
bhuxl IBut nouw It lt ral(It h I. li
S1(i detector" is no io(dm. and 0! re
fore all tbe boupe that lid *t'. ii
forued as to the tetliltuy uu oil anud
otnhcr tcrpuatluun .aa** art d.al. j to
-AI0 8

not reach the- di..-aa.d I~prttlon f th,
ear Th-ere Is (ily onet- a) tto sure
deafue-,. anld tlhit l. I)y conlItitutitina!
runedil'< e-%ta,. s i- Is' a 'l,'l I1- anl
innflatle*d c.- atlllllti i, of it ,. n111(ii 11. 11i
1ug Iof til Fi t. ii 1I le \\ 111et.
I thlt 1 ul4" I- l.I .t10 < l \ .,1 L, .. I.1
rum blml| 4 c 'I '. i t m i. I i t ii'-

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llP il' I If h eee ti.i etlf I! i I. l ,:

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aiitarrI i thati i t. t'. ii n Ie

ctulars fr-ee
l J c' IE:Y & (' 'I. lI d1' ()
eo~ld by druggists. hi r
Take HIall's E'awily i11s.fllor c arstl

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A ~ L CL~~~~

a s i W W a S d % & a o f m

YI* 11~O~

lent Taft In his Ina official ra-
;reity the Senator never before had
ratled Ipon a PreTident ar.d h!i al-
w arance In the etie r. -t.d a s.enatlon
I' not n*o*rl.at. t)o rak.a a i.in-
'av wood4r out of my i.-.t to Prei
dent Taft." aid Mr Tlllman after hil
r'aurn to the capitol. "We hav-
alwa>v* h*--n ioud friend and I fre-
quentl>) ent to see him she-n he waa
Serrar o War \VWhthe-r ho- has
nherited hil office from Roo*\r*-lt or
*een e-l-r'-d by the i*-opl,'. there is
no r-ea-,on for anrone. to stuppios- that
be has inherited RooseIelt' mean-
ne.- .
While at the WhiteF House Sen-
ator Tilrman saw lookr T. Washing-
ton for the frst Uame.
I was very curious to see him."
Mi Senator Tillman. 'because It en-
abl-d me to draw my own conclusions
as to the pertntage of white blood
there is In hfm. It is over one-half."
Asked what impression he formed
of Washinlton. Mr. flllaao replied:
"Booker Washitnton ts considered
a great negro. and be has great Intel-
lectual powers. He has a Jesultleal
face. If he had not been engaged with
a lot of people about him I should
have gone up ad chatted with him.
I would Uke to discuse the race ques-
tlou with Booker Waaulngtom. I
wold like to ask him a lot of que-

Oe4-atr eof a Peeo d a Week
At least. Is what a young baby ought
to gain in weight Does yours? If
not there's something wrong with Its
digeston. Give It MeGee's Baby
Elixir. Cures stomach and bowel
troubles, aids disation, stops fretful-
ness. good for teething babies. Price.
25e and .'c. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Is the ('cuwt (' run. Erjbth Ju.elltr: circuit
A.art.,ft untyI. 1.ortla.-'n I ba rer -
Luis M < be'But vT. te E. worrtn Tru.t
Co.rl nar, &. ,rtortatIl IBnder the Ina
(f there tate of lows arI an Hv l I, Plase
of '-lta Iat ad t he (':tv of l's
Va j%. in the Stlie of loa w (aer of P-tr
I rantle >I1 i ;l W ;iet I It e Ic
It artear ri tI aif4asit it-erned to thb
h(i: n "et :a -e ~s, e trte c ause ibthat The
E Il,).tth Tr.,t I ,mH las,. a e. r'.ortoe un-
der the iawe o, the Sttate of Iowa. the !de-
err.rdlrt :b. rtci ssmd. i a no rem ident o'
the Stat of nli4da. rand that i* Tertiderr
hrm! t:ace ,r tu-Sell@. i l. leaws Pri1u. In the
.tate *fI I i a. and tbat It.. re I-s zD teI, -r r.
the state of Florkil .u1on shta1 tie %erh .e I
.*t* *I '.w B Ma C. l n.-.,. i ,. I. -.'. r*-
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Kulght a Ke.y and Je.rsey City and Miami Leave St. Augustine
12 16 p m and Jacksouslle 1:25 p m dally except Sunday.
Ior full Information a nd sleeping car rearvations call on
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TARIFF DSCUOSSE Scre of Gainesville Ar
-- Learning the Duty of the Kidney.
UNATOR ALDRICH EXPRElSSS To filter the blood is the kidneys
__ Wen they fall to do this the kid-
ni -n a re sirek.
Senator Simmons Protestcd-Senators Ita(ka,.e and many kidney Ills fol-
Bacon and Tillman ;ri Many loa
Were :, g. l"rhry trouble. diabetes.
IkMn's Kllnc'y Pill* cure them all.
Gaines% aille p.~Iple t'iorse our
\% \V HIN(;TO\. Ap.'t! In th.- !; ii
i* i.. it e*st*a r.ai.I c1t0 :1 *- oil l a as Mir.. V. K. Se nenre. 241 W. Arlington
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I,* .* i r'ate r,'i t It' t I, 1 ii:H l ;y:s, 0ou(ilil le- haid to des r'til' how I suf
i.ai, tariff for r hI i. lu;I r-.t *r re fiaon n a e'.k and aching back
li' it'l iin Ill* tie I I I.- :llill 1 % tA .t A t title. ithe palts Wet'r MI inti -s ''
siit:t lit. thi: tih. a at a.. I.. lI e l i i ,in. that I c(i'ld not ie t i'll or down. I
!, i Il e Sout had; .I .! I ,I I I lill l .: nl-l troubled by rheumtiatism and
!ii tiariff |rotaecti o i ..e .in Alilr'h c'di&.ferct parts of mny Iboy became,
: g4 t.-eid to i.r I'. .o ti ll a if ille' tiff andl lai .. A friendl finally ad
S ti.toi ,r.. i .,I ;e., .i; .inl otl r lier \i d me to try oa:in's Kidney Pills
Smath.it I. tistatt Sh i1.1 i:e together >rnd iprocuring a box. I began their
it f:i' r f I.l.(ciig t11i pr! a durdt on the -ee. I am glad to iay that they lived
Il're li t :tas was the cari- h a hen the' bill 'q1 to rel'r'eenltaltios. r.emnoving the
Ifased' the Hlouste cI' Relrl'srltativie. pains and dilposlng of the rheuma-
;e thought an ag are'mellnt to that ef- tism. I can honestly say that Doan's
Itct minit; it re-ached.. Kidney Pills did me more good than
This suggestion had htw'e( (aled any medicine I had previously taken."
foith by a statement byv Mr. Itfenn For sale by all dealers. Price 50
who said If the 25 Ier cent ad va- Cents.- FO-AMilburn Co.. Buffao.
krem levied on imiorrtations of cot- New brk* agents k for the Unl-
ton seed oil did not produce an 1t- ta *
come he thought it should go on the *** o-I-
free ilt. tAkl no other.
Senator BilaWons of North Carolina -L.- -. A-
protested againikt such action. declar- w CONNE
ing that he was free to say that he
was not In favor df placing cotton seed A
oil on the frVlist. -
Stating that the Importation of cot- -
tqn seed oil in 146, was 2,2 gallons. HARTFORD. Conn.. April 22.-Gov-
worth $nl. and yieldinu revenue of ernor George Leavens Lilley died at
($.2R, 3rr. Aldrich said the. tax on that ft siutlve mansion, yesterday
article was "-or protection pure. and evennng after battling with acute
sanmlle." epbritis for four weeks. There were
"Any pretense." d mani. rising in his pla.ce. alil -(iak- the three sons. Frede-rick. John and
ing iln ligorou- lanlil;:.,'. that bvir- T 1(odor is pro-( tioln on l (itt(ol e-'d oil CeY aild the at ending ph) i
through .!uch a dutil i-t hiibut"' clans.
Cotto n'.-ee(-d oil garrtiir- *aIn tict itmnt 4 soon as the' new s was i spre 'ad
aii.% lrot-tion at a llt 11 la oad the. fire hell-! of IIrt' ar!l
Mr Aldliich saidii h lI I, n *w 1 -und.tded t the :ge of the' dead (Ioa\ernior
Iap ;i1.l to hIc -u< h p1rodl'lc r- from Ill -h, --f rtv-nine-antd a de tarhni'nt of ht lli
Souith and Mr Tillinait dkclare.d th-l ffr r'iuia~. (;overntlor' ort (;uarlds..
he- "did 'l a re ..e's ,- h le il;Io di.it !. w'a Inist re. d l, go on (
iMr MAo s.1 j eei'- iin a d-clari ti in t t i the- v r"- tiv t rain-l(t n.
Thint tll' Stmith did not \V;ia t Iprll-l t i.n Thl- fne-ral will i h.1111 tronl Trini
cllon i'0 it 4.Il 1 il it,' 'Chi'rr I l,1rf,-,y rl. The' l ll w ill
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SIf it's ifriufted stauonery you want, I fn tumi' d l ista.'

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quashed. Each romlpan% %as fined
$1*0..w,'. and paid the' fily-
Thisr aS*e a nt v'n .ila 'nl to the
flite, State'*- $tA ii' 10' 4 1' lt'Ai h .r eCo
'latho it Iam% division of the tw'n-ih the
,\l hltietins aeret' u tail d. The-
, ,int of criminal in ut iin ha clh cn.--
.\a" treate-d h\ the- SuAipre-u* (court
in the-*' word : (',Ctllllti
"There' Is a c.las.- oi f c('fl e ithll IniveltigS
lhich a a' think tl,' ,i' I undeIr 1n- T~ le~ri
-ile'raltiolln fall.. sa h'r' ptirlpw mlI doingR i,
.t things Irohilhltt(d hy the, statntet may
.itnouint to all oftent'" I Armour
Packin (Co. v%. theI I nitid State-
21s" IS at page :1> )4)
Morrit. Armour. Swift and Cudahv
are all offtelnd. r". The" acts lort wch
\Vlcketrhani gloves immunity were
oinmitted. in many inimtancer. since
the declrlon of the ablvie-mentioneel
case by the Supreme Court. The pack-
ing companies concealed evidence of
their transactions by their practice
of keeping a secret as well as a pub-
lic set of books.
"If Wickersham's action is carrying
out the Roosevelt policies." declared
a member of the Interstate Commerce
Commission who was an admirer of
Roosevelt. "deliver me from having
them further carried out."
Another member of the Interstate
Commerce Commission said: "It is
the moral effect of this act of the At-
torney-General which is most to be
deplored. With an example of this
kind before them It is not to be ex- ---
pected that prosecuting attorneys
throughout the country are going to
display much teal In the preparation
of Inauguration of new cases. The
arm of the Chicago prosecuting offi-
cial. ralttd to do his duty, has been Returl
struck down. not by the common
enemy, but by his own chief-by the Leave
new Attorney-General of the, I'nite-l
"'lt no oner suIp)Is) that the- s~ecr-,. Retul
r lat,- has Ivee-ii wiliwd out. H nlllr. Al
of thoi srlas ,of dollars anre panihtl e -r A L
month to favored Ishil-'I'rs tnder a -
rious- d(eceittlful gIiaue. The imni|elld
I'roini-e of .i1nitiy from the npenal
*ectil.s of fl lI. I, atriil al t u 111 I, .
fh' sie- il f' ,r th o -4,. r- t r h> ,!,, to r,-
inl-w It-. viinthfill flotiril-h." -

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TWW"ulsiMm. bbwri Fm.
sticen in(Civil. Mc-cuanial andI Elctrkial Fvgi~nerlMg Matm &Mad Spcki
shtiou. inclhuini l atents. treating and Dnpliqatimg. hu'-prilms, Sosohno
iten Circular.. Construction, Repair*--untunal prolm. in thisiM won-
Ta-sting eh'pertawnt. Acmara* Technical Tetitng of MakiWla.
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7Tir r .lt.T sr : GAIYESVILLE. PI ORIDA. APRIL 23, 1909

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The facti tha

Is universally recom-
mended for Consumptio
Spoof positive that it is
the most enerizing and
stengthening preparation
In the world

It warms and nourishes,
it enriches the blood, stops
loss of flesh and builds
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A Qu3or Cattle.
A traveer Ir- Sou l, Arir tells ct ,:
taglaor comlt:t tbnt I:e wlitrewrd. H
wa alalng one m'rnlin with hth
ey e th e Igrard when he Bootlcic
eaepltar era wltin along at a rap;d
pge, olMieoed by boudreds of small
aut. Det i quicker in their move
miMI, the sUts would catch up with
the mterplUlar, n on would mount
hi back and bhi hl m. "bPaslt, the
iaf wt lar would turn ie bhad and
bfo the ant and kill hi tormeator.
After htMitlt a dom or more of
hi perltore the caterpillar showed
rt e* ft tlluw. Te aants m da
eMmiwd attack. Taking bhimelf to
SOtAlk eT ram the caterpllalr climbed
Up tafl *ht followed by the ants. As
a approeahed be relsed It ito hl
laws and tbrw It i f the stalk. Tbe
ats. sengfl t"h eiter;llitr Lhad too
atrnlg a positl'o f.,r them to over-
amM. remnrted to rratery. They he-
gain mwf thiru ,h thW erms stalk
It a frw moments the stnlk foil. n 'd
a-drd. ofi nnts pcrmnr nl w.n the
eaterplar. It was killed at oi. e

We ifte wonadr bow any persao
a be persded into tlkng ainytbing
but Ioey's Homey and Tar for coughs.
l d and tlua trouble. Do not be
taod into acceptlug "own make" or
other subaettutes. The genuine con
talns so harm l drugs and ii In a
yellow package. J. W. McCollum &

"The atoemotle tIa reat tastito,
"For Instancer
"Yon ean sit up In it as you pass a
fr:nd oad crawl under It when a

as a u. earrtor leaves Into sghbt."--LonullMle
lL k a Itsutot. the Courter Journal.
Jwra Tad Jocrau iays tht thet
a was to Itmreatlos of Kingll 0 Reply.
buL rbo put H it a I thoa mad Mb und:ay Ih(r'l Teacher-And
Ma beoe tfle Cristlas e. It was now. childr..n n-t you tell me. when
Id g to erte the usctuary iles Ralalar and hi, am, conuersed. what t
to erter the clean u nled siot iaTuaet Ihtey '- 1 e In? Little llarry
S waPr y c-I'le Ne. : Ir. A",yrian Rell:ranI
A Sccmnemnoib, of *r:.r-ts a btb-
R ws ert td .'t the entrance to the
*c. It v.as said oft oeon. 'He I d.
d a .o!tc seame of teo cubits from "WIt ye .c:ri'i'" itll' ''::i' "''"
lr to brir roiwcd In complas and "tAi' l-i :1ta.u ':1"1 i*i j ii ':i If#"
* ublta the hel-ht thereof, and a wus <, *r ntr, i' i ,r: 1 *f hi, thnl."'
Soft thirty cuelits did compass It1 "F,'utl, 1! tr ii,:': .k'* < tl
illlt." AccrdIng to the es. I -I"Nal __
i the olomoalan tub was for. Tle t tknow
he fnt n circtuferemee at the top Tnle.t r: v t ; do; t knows
what r, tito eo.
I 1x and one-half feet deep. It w t r ,
mi a carved flureso of oi and-
* of solid bram cast nl one piece, 'oley's Honiey and Tar i- a -:if
osrated with a oral deslig. Con- gu3rd against M riouti r.-ult4 froil
te4 with t their were ten small -!i'riiC coldL, ahblith li nluiiAt tt.h Ili,,.-
ia. which wtr used fur washing Lid deielop Into inetinionia. Ao.id
S*aertlf ounterf-its hl in. itligK Iilt u h;it\;
the genuinie Foley' lloney iand Tair
Se Who Cheat Thkmslves, hbi'h contains no hlarmful drug J
avre known eaiployers actually to w McC'ollarn & (',
rk harder ta acbelnnz. Obirkulot. -
Iag to keep fro.': working Lard i
Srforusiar e uf their duties. says
be. tha they .uld L .%, wurkcl! GA l NESVILI E,
they had tried to d tb.eir i 4t r., T I
I gvea the l< rgs*:. tea I.> .uul ,J
'vice post ible ?. t'(lir r.:. 0. it
5 hardest work li the tu ll I lt. t
Isc grudi:l':;ly ine Tn. iversity City.
o0 is always ) i.hlil in or tir t' 0*,.,:.
a of bow lw mali iIll 4r*at nid :i he
11 ws ll his aw rtic', I r lliith r .. i .. .. .1 i.
w be s c h.-. *.' t 1. lii .I it. .

r at t I *
ldilng bh. ,
.ad a :,

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ft la&ata a"d Chadr..L
i K YN thn Alwal y Boluht
asn Ue F7
ig*tare .f // -i

Typewriter ribbos fur sale at this
I.o. The bet as the mzart. Only
oay-ve oat9a I All colors and for
Sa all staLdard machlae.

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.l' are rases Ib private emveyr
Ipres Parkt um Far te largest
ad s met re m oe harm i te State.
* only eight miles wet of the city
sad is ruebed by a ood hard rad.
sifordi1 a mt pleasant drive
Te farmers of Alachua county. of
bich Gainesville Is the county eat.
live at home and board at the same
.,ace." The temperature Is very utl-
orm. scarcely ever reaching the nlve-
jes In summer or the twenties in
winter. The population of Oalneville
a about eight tboutand. repreentiln
early every nationality on th e fac
of the earth, and strangers always
neet with a hearty welcome.
The t'nlvverty of l orlda for younr
,i*e and the National Arilcul'ural l:
. rani nt Stathin are hxat*d ithlr.
he corporsate :ilnltA of the city. II,
act. Gati..~ iile has no mauy thing?
..at we awuit It iardoned If ae onit'
f. i (tf th.-m in the o followtiig euumer
tlom of what
Gaineeville Has:
One arti.-
NO ItavI. j-.
U(Se gkraidl.
I ,r botel..
V',,ur banknL.
t"uO;r dair.,',,.
Ote foundry
Water wurks.
Ten churches.
One gas plaut.
Tao tin shop>.
Three bakeries.
Ten physicla-'.
Six fruit stores.
Two gunsmiths.
Six restaurant&.
Otte seed .iore.
board of Trade.
Six dr:.ig ,tores.
Fo-Wr sboe boup.
State Cniversity.
Masonic Tzeple.
Twenty law-.yveri.
Two paint shops.
Four contractors.
One bicycle shop.
Fa ball diamond.
Two ce factories
Six musec schools.
One variety store.
OQo public library.
Two wagon work. '
Two plalng milia.
TIou rc:.ktl stores.
"I wo lumber yards.
Oe marble works.
Three silversmiths.
rhree wood yards.
PIvo dental roo
One express ofic.
rtee mail delivery.
Four beef markets.
Eight barter shops.
Two public schools.
T*o music booses.
A tolephoe system.
Two haberdasebries.
Two abstract offices.
F nur prorswing cubs.
Two machine shops.
Two bottling works.
S.x boarJs.g buouses.
One Catholic church.
A mlit-ry company.
Three ,ewelrv stores.
One phosphate oflee.
One ('hlnese laundry.
Oue Christian church.
Two steam laundry.*
t 'wo Advent churches.
Oate daily nt-a papor.
Two hardware stores.
One female physician.
Fiftern groce-ry stores.
Five lIaptist c(hurcbhes.
TlIre, Mirnittilr, rt(or-
One cold h.tormr P pla.nt.
()Oil uCe kly n'n -|Aaler.
Sv. 'i dr pKttJ'- ,.tore..
Tt:r. cr 1 1 ,lr,- -'. : id .
(Wt:e ', i tri' lIL:l,' plant.
l'hret. hli. k-.. .h m-hevwt.
Three railways systems.
l: nl> I *,'. tl, ,t ,,r .- r
'I tl d .l. st'.ite ,.a"1 otilt *e
(hi- Thirteni i4:iitla'e schools
Tao et.'rihiarv .- lrie.ons
()wic" I'. i ". 1< l.i'I 4 utah t.
T*.' I, '-.ir il;an, f tlc-torl
.',iir i ei *-ltati* ..,'tic '.
o\'(lru ',.,r fire <1.i .irtiienit
S.*'.ral l:init r e *,etiitlf's.
"rhr,.' M.lthmli- t 'lih rh*..
A bria. band organlsatlon.
Two ihotograph galbrlcs.
i'O irai aC |.i' r wir miiua 5
'~,oril.a \'lmiter Chautauqu*a.
)fnet' s. til -.1 *.eki. al*Iw papyrr.
onv lire lsouranr-* *anct-.
'Par- l c- -* O .uL. r e' -tI ni
'7 i f, t l ..r h.i t ( r'*
k-'l ,, fr ', Ir ,**' ag'-w a 'ts|
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The Dollar That Can't

Be Spent

By Herbert Kathman

Every dollar spent in advertising is nct
only a seed dollar which grows a profit for the
merchant but is actually retained by him even
after he has paid it to the publisher.

Advertising creates a good will worth the
cost of the publicity.

It actually costs nothing. While it use
funds it does not use them up. It helps the
founder of a business to grow rich and at the
same time keeps his business from not dying
when he does.
It eliminates thepersonal equation. It per.
petuates confidence-4 the store and makes it
possible for a merchant to withdraw from busi-
ness without having the profits of the business
withdrawn from him. It changes a name to
an institution-an institution that will survIiv
after the death of its builder.

It is really an insurance policy which costs
nothing-pays a premium each year instead of
calling for one, and renders it possible to
change the entire personnel of a business
without disturbing its prosperity.

Advertising renders the business stronger
than the man-independent of his presence. It
permanentizes systems of merchandising, the
track of which is left for others to follow.

A business which is not advertised must
rely upon the personality of its proprietor, and
personality in business is a decreasing factor.
The public does not want to know the man who
owns the store-it isn't interested in him, but
in hi goods. When an unadvertised business
is :r!d it is only worth as much as its stock of

goods a nd fixtures.

There is no good will to

l, p .id for-it does not exist--it has not been

(#*i *f::!,

Th: riame over the door means north.

to the limited stream of

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'I -0
'...-i could tell you more about some store
T,.', .-;'e away which has regularly delivered
i, .z;.J n-w to their breakfast tables.

li s as s3hr;sighted for a man to build a
.-:.,7'5'Z which dics wit' his death or ceases
S. .- i i': Soni. it is ut/,air for him not
*, ", .. for tfh continuance of its income to

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Send your' orders fin.Jobb lPriitiIlL 'i

SE SUN J-3 UF ('1E

Are YOU Being


One uftoday'r wault U ls. u.av tWbL. Il,.:i; ti.:.;k
uigi thet city for you. It mayl hav a n gc.ulct lr you ., ;r.rnt

4 e 1,
C. .'

ptiCoii.a~ld ImPortatiCt? O11fle th, WheI you get it. m3idd h. td
It, Way change the i*iudtcAte C urrt':Its of ','vudr Lt1'Viet if

all) rll
Ab -lIlil I ULo 4 I..
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your interests tuay eve
environments, new assoc
start in a business way.
Isn't it worth while
not be true--today, tonu
some W

'u place around an:d about \uu nzw
iates; may give you au elut.rly i. w

to try to fiud cut whtthtr thiw may
borrow, or very soou?
I WimSS Ammmpmmpam e

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Osewmor-A. W. Ollckrist,
secretary of State-H. Clay
ford. Tallabaseew.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
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Treaaurer-W. V. KI i T..lrlia-
Attornecy- 4O.ral-l- 'u .1. T:raa-
Well. Tallab4 itp .
C'omlnuil,.tlontr of Agr.. t.''.r..-It E;
lhl.tln. Tal.ahHawa
Suit of ubilicr n-itrn r :. i, 1 \
iHollor ay. Talliaha.- -fe
i'l -id-nlt of i1t ** s :,.
s n. .11iarnli.

County O0;fce s:
Clerk uid Aidailur-z. li \
S it|I. 1'ubllc li. -ru tiiit, lr. J L
{ Kelh.c Gaa l,, % 1'.0.
Sheriff P. RA;tn&ey. Gio!Deville.
County Judge-H-. U. A;a.ju,. Ga.ue-
S Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson. Gaines-
Tax Collector-W. D. Dickinson,
Treasurer-J. D. Matbeson. Gaines-
Supervisor Reiatration-J. C. Mc
Grew. Galmest ille.
County Commisslon( rs-John G.
Dampler. Chairman, liagu.; J F.
Tounsend. Campvllle; J. W. May.
Archer; Cbs. W. Summers, Trenton.
O. P. Cannon, Galnesvllle.
Members School Isoard-R. B
Weeks, Chairman. HawtLorn; J. W.
Moody. LaCrose; G. W. Miller,
8tate Sestor-H. H. McCreary,
Members House-Syd L. Carter,
Galnesville; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe.

City Offers:
Mayor-Horatio Davis.
Marshal--I. T. Aruow.
Tax Assessor-B. R. Colon.
Tax Collector-T. l. L;lis. Sr.
Clerk and Treaturtr J Maxey DNll
City Attorney -W S. lirooite.
hoard of Aldern,.o--T. W. Shand-.
i Prt-idnt; (;G o. K. I:ro)nie. S. J. Ilur-
S Dett. E. E. Cannou. li. S. Graves. S
It. lMixFon. A. L. Vidal.
Board of Public \'Wrks--I. E. Ta;
lor. Chairman; W\. W. llanml,'t. ii.
tary II. F. button. E J. :.,iid, .1 ii
V vVidal.
Sone artk!e that is timplly "in t.t
way' at your house might. If an:\ r
tld., hte sold to ,,r-tj~ine ho It aSL
tously looktng for l..
The habit of a!.-w:izig a" I
ai # ;* I: to yI'lol i6 '. '. .t.t ,
tia. nnd prosperous.

Alacfh nour.t) 4,4'- ..-o >
crt-ra, ha .'41 n% m re l r a i ,-> ", P
m li:'. v taei rcoal. Ad ;of,'t.'t.. .
1-'13 1 [ i.t. I ---..l l' -7" 1111, E.;;t.
I !att -t '' me w n> !!r, f'.f m 'i,1 rt
houin,. five uewi.,alterr. and pro
duc'es ( ra;. cotton. ri.'e. sigear,
oaf'., r)e', ( otaturt, p; at' |,b Ir.-
ange.. p.aeche''. i ear. i! umr. p.c
ear.s, ard all k.tndt of vegetal!e-r.

Gainesyille, the Countyl Selat
Has fourteen ehurctes, two public
s*hollos, the uivrritty of Flourda,
private school,. three newspapers
anled .!Latre laud other, the bet(t
water. tire alarm ytt-em, elseiric
and gi lights, two ice fl.etori",
mgachliue hopl), three wooi fae'to
ries. cotton lib,two mom fe etories
three railroad, two fertilser mnan.
ufa'tnring eompanies, one ribef
manulaotory, one rvtif}jng ter-
pentine plant, foor banks, and well
stocked stores embracing every.
thing in the eommn.riasl liHo




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sI w e..jr arit .*.

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pruoLkl. Ii Stteded to
Oasleville. Florida


DIL 030. P. WALDO,

sets. Pwne iii. Ame Lee Diesawo
I O1.ces In Graham Building. over
IauuwI.rr a Earlese store. Pbobe
No. zVA.
Ir., ,)h b. MUKh.

iJlc. oves UsaaeswtUe National I

DA. J. I. LLVLAntab.
:McV ow erOtso"& 00's. ama"
Pbce. 3M. OstaseT1lls. M
isAgtINISJLJL3. Alahua Vm., FLA,
IOf in s eyamws Ieek.



Cs. seli your pity prqoefl. (ia
poved and eximpVoewl). P&G- II
trehIng 3 &d ftoull bade. bad hli.
a list of what you ftorolbs. S14k

And solicitor in equity
Reoa Zetw, Couvejaneang mad Upoo
:ra! Practie.. All usimee pronpotly
attended to, Ofilee next door to I.z
odlle. qA*jwUrr.tL. UL@BrnA

i''tl all (X turt'. State ao


At Very Attractive Prices

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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

TO Be Given Away by the Merchuts ad The

Sun to Citizens of Alch Cety!

Each Section Gets a Prize!
Contest to Cloe August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business hob e
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. These
progressive firm- will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

T il Ic i I Will embrace the city and suburbs and beeon-
The ainesville Section tined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
'lhe' wiinlner inl tlii district will Imn awarded a HANI 4)ME DIAMOND RING.

Eastern and Southern Section Will ck'prise territory from Fair-
litmikis all p xints east and from Ro-
che'll all points -outli-Waldo, Hawthorn, Islandi irove, Campville, Micanopy,
laik- \'i-ew. Ta'l' .a a na l l iits i alg nong line of T. A- .1. Ry. ONE PIANO.
S wil ipri all station fro
Western and Northern Section 4,) e pri.?u, all stations rono
l:,igue to, High Spring Treuuton,
W\\aiile,. \Wio, lT ll. N, w o 'rrvy oi,'vill'. A.rler aIdl all svttlemlem ts covered
lvy thi :irea. I<>N I' 1.\N .
How and Where to Get wh:r Vtes May Be cast
Uw ll U lii.,t tin- will be found it the ectablisab
ntl. i :, tI If ,urTtchanit,* KlvIl votes and at The
|I ;! V '. E (t i ... I i.ii, t be diree dt.J
L t.4%' L. ol t i ,rilt Io T b Sunda.
tf r t a Slit |.:. : 'z th, il -l.i!.ll-hi A .i.a- a ,r
(|<|< "t.i i "; ..i: Rules and Regulations
Gainesville Furni'oe C rrpany. Furn'ture.S a d R ulati
Ph fer & Morras Co.. Clothing and Furnishings.
GainesviTle Hardva e Cc.. Plumbirj -d Hard are. 1 lTie eotnte,-t lU oi.eu to anyone tvling I
Mrs. F. T. M.Cormick. Milinery. AlAe hua county nho i. knioun by the conductors
S. of the .vrou trt or oucheld fur by some reputable
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Medcines. i-'ri-on, to them well known.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry. ,o ..niploy)ee. attached or relative of the pro-
Mrs. R. Wilscn Dry Goods and Notions. Ipri tfor of the at.o ziaoIucd flrni are ellgllle o
Saunders A Earle. Groceries and Feed Stuffs. larrticlpate in this coutent*, and till partclipate in
City Bakery, Breid and Pastry. o Iuaiihtir.
P. Y. Smith. Fresh Meats. 3. In the event of a ilsunaerstand1l between
Scandldatet or others Interested in this contest.
Crawford A Davis. Livery and Sale Stables. such controversy may be referred to the coo-
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. ductors of contest, who alone are the praon
The Brown House. Meals a,.b L-....ing. quallfled to render dedslars.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits. Etc. 4. In the eveut a candidate decides to witai
Eddins Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Buioang Material. draw from the race. such candidate wl aet he
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of antLogt
Standard Fertaier Co., Fert lizers. candidate la the coronet

$1.25-Three months' subsc
$2.50-Six umnths' subscri

ription ..... ...... .... 700 votes 700 vote
option ....................... 1.900 votes 1.500 vote

$5.00-One year's subscription ....................... 3,500 vote

For a club cf five one-year iubbcriptiuii (
For a club of ten six-mouths' bubisc'ptiuo.- (

. ) ...30,000 votes
S).. 30,000 votes



35,000 votes

I.er, Ia rit I it tl > l in a, I l r ii i '- ..t "*i c',l te-t.nl t inI v ur '.

$1.00- One ycar's subcripltio. ............... ............... ......... 500 ote
Fur a club of five one-year tubbcriptiou ... .................... 5,000 Vot
T I r 1 i ,i, li-it i I t, iti i ,iii ,i.l r
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distribut ng votes is undesired by the prprieters

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soh a*.dt' reowdr.
"W w tw omy

AL or. fttd ft a
yemd m a shirt bhedarn

OftP. Umnhe. S. wwm m..
vuainiS owaa ba oshe.Uri&
sumoi~wwe mob Pak-
D. U. OsWU a poumiseet at
se ie ~hes aefty YW

A. an *a gooW too .~v
of mwbmm w boomafter
ai ft o y refula

aow W. IL.MOM
IL id.on*et bf twoo a
a a w thoSedo i vbird.
IL A.Wamm ofCosm ow i

ohm ftulime hawt ,r
onessaw aft dr ow

N It w%&oday dout say
aw m c br Att GoodY

as WK aMhf Oiof
Mb w ma afri ofY

UN. Ph of of whidmm woo a Wi..
o to the ty Ys erday.-
Ju6 K. U.A. boIew of NIgh 3kr,
sommo the vullows ttho cup
M.aMr. m .% L M. Mdclaamy c
soI were she ppiag to. c ty p7y's

or of Cam;'vilx. sa% a savotnr t. o --

FImk HaLl. us* h&a 9 A
fb'w! Goe .-I II)-. as

Mm ol D Watkias of mk~na','1.
GmAS tMe T"Oton to th ctMY, the
covet of Mft p "Inkalgt
IL T Dubp b" retwod from fnaw
SOGUS. Vb"* b* bAS heeW f"'r tbd 1490
10 ) e*#as on a il.:t to h-. terbhr

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Mks Is. ose Smith. an attrainrtvLa, L Ut'- ha- '.b *.
yo'-~ ;*i rf M~ai.* s h;e Ir'~ al? 'r?.-r :~.- -
YIi, F:r Pauk: v-.Y .l a t' I r J :. .

Asiara" aarra-#-u t i 'a t:-a ~ j. *A '~
f, r woo ,-n il Pudo -, S, r:. z -
aq'3 Mt~r In *r:c f *ctri
a:. 1 : fI..La.r. r. f r r. i ~ 4* '(;~'U N.............. S 'A -'

We nroom hre pLroty of t~- i '.:. th1"'- V. tt. r.'. a.
t" and buttemllk. hrbh can t, .ur- '" r,-%! 71. 1
c~ h 1lerl~o Pti -orl -ax ko-r snott-r %Jr- M A. LA- :-..r.
chased from the wagon P.n ZM .tffV,.r\r NAL-.:.
I e Lcst Ld W". J W 1 rr.g A I-ri L' g,!u.'t f Ir
W. T. Cheenot l i Aoo4o D as Io ir. ( cran w IU of ogd F) Odd is-t-
o* cKY Yesterday. bastig ceb up to Toct'AL'-d f.tn IJb 4 Ih#r- t.-- "..I
opmd tho day withhis family and 4 a'-r-d:rng th- an,:,ua: S.--. o:
__ k atw soe besiscom aatte. hat hN
The Wb.9a Guld of Holy halty Mrs T J Pcm of Rro']I. t
ebeeb will me(et thiU aftroooc at the Tbur'day (n a

reary at 3:30 o'doek A fall at
t ee members is earnestly 4d--
t Taste So Good-Desserts made
with Blue Rlhbboa lmo and vanilla
extia tase ms good. They have a
daelty Savor that make you call for

Capt C Parker of LaCros w*as
I vittrr to the city yestIeray H.-
aeli that hustaue i good In his sew
tao a the farmers are happy over
the eeeiet crop prospects.
R. D. Media has returned from a
bort busitM" vtt to Lakeland. He
ma the csatract for supplyig wood
for the A. C. L rallway and went
tiere to look after his aterest.
M. Kigt. the wheelwrtght and
bgy maufaIcturer of High Springs.
* among the visitors to th# city. He
was semaled here In the prelimi-
ry heartA g before Judge Will,.
J. J. Hayman of Lorhloosa. one of
:he largi tarpeu:t! e operators of the
Mstrn pat of the county. is here
visitag his family and looking after
hi extri sive Drooet interests.

bft 5. 5. UwL U anW M id e Of NeW- Ir.JSwearingen. wife and children.
U~ S. vhhie to S. were visitors to the city y#eterday
T U h wt. r a 8 fro m th e ir W UE a t K a n a p ah a T her)
SwaIbift wi ve4n route to Jacksoo iIi.. ahere-
S_ thUlrow~ 'nallest lath...' farwtr was called on sotne Import-
ad B MW hwobhW a t"S WS Ia_'; I ..'av.
ON SU..as* sold !A real. ON ~reeceisre two abipmaeat~s a week
7 b. hiaalede Wr retail, .ad are. sok agents for Oswald
V. X. evidswm. Jr.. of HIgb Jaag..r-s famous Milwamake-pi bread
to ammmg tbop oioltingt Itte Amal lot l cI;evnl. large 2 cents
WH has a amhe of friend.. her: I r% on*- ICA delicious and healthful.
are always pleasmd to meet him. 'h*. !.roarn louq-
SJ. A. iaaiia.X left ) est#rda) for
Mackhu Camp No. '-I u ariol -A e-- he- wll re-suam for
Weeijen f the X!E r.'%i#-M4r; 1 ea) *H#- i i1*0srjla
WWe-Meet8s O'tonight r I In a .tife-i.c. Nt.EI14 11a,
inInfMaquir k Hail '. i~tfita M a m, a 12it h t o ~ a a on;;
rCediliysl'l rtn10d l'r,'
IoN VtRAIIC C; 3. rI ~l.. '' i II -it- tsI!
~~rk.~ ~ ~ t '. !1 ..rat t1* ,
a a I i* a l L'.
A. DOLA~~N a:' ,:lata.11*4fto ( IL 1.1- t

rilng in )our Lii.. L Lrme" ant arIF:.#r-e ,tuC p.- to. r -at 1a 1i. 1,.Mk
ato arad have- her u t rt-'. i- 11.' ;t:a 4e 'pal sr. i ir!'.#-!
lair teeth &AanaI-vd a:1d a ,hara .r i .... iiiv a.;r at. ov r %..o-r
mer dresd dors "i'sg lp.- mtia- ic t'4114. at.4 AI al
Iut of and deayedmsaolars extracted "" 2eri emo iaalaa A1'14Itota, Mr,
o0ice. Magnolila Ilutl Ph one. $4 IfiMrrary orSim offic-



Horses & Mules

ijyd,~vqn W~hle tert 4.- Ladl L'-
tan.-- ,,Iaca-'1 on Irl. ra;.:dt:. ...cr. ,i
lest of Tt... Sun.
HB H L's a. on#- of The Suin r'.
r ,dU.P- rir,-re o, %o 3-It's,-- d 3
o'-a-aritrfa- .- at th.s iff: .t -
la -. rrtri-a iix hk, -j~e( r ipt I -Al f,.
Par ~ Aa'i ail:.'.4
Wrs r~gj:A trn SmalIvw ._z m.
KI:.K of (fl,:.e-.i-*%1. wo hha%- ta.-
he %ory dxu:-tf'o! (J Nte o !rf r A
A 1a;-,r. kt-t for the.t. t i.. ia.at
"ighL _.~;lr =nd
h A. Fi e'- of ,nrth ;a.n.--~ 1
eft ) rt#-rdai or OL PSterburg
L-it. Lo- sill remain fUm tLe no-ut
!ew *e"k. baking arr-p.-d a posltion
Am a a ..AwA. bu i~i o.waLg .rtik*_-; *i
hat cit%
Mrs. S A BIrown of Newt.-rr) was
A %laltcor tv the citybiy )-te-rla. :: v
&me for the pur~S of getting ior.t-
-and malt-rs atr 4*tiPed up on 'al-
jabl# property owned by her near

if y,Pu Late backache and Iuiar,
oubkes you sbould take Folyk; K.
wy Remedy to strengthen and tuild
up the kIdneys so they will -t prnlo,
arwy, as a serious kidney trxwble may
devlop. J. W. NJcCoHllm & Co.
W. M LAncaat*r. a subvitantial
trucker of Nicant)y. %as aniong tho-
igltorra 1to the cit y.4to-day While
nere tiv had hi., name placed on the-
iuba4 rintion 11A of I h e Sun and will
he-rta:ttr k ke-eja iau1 d 'on the har't -n-
191ga Of tbC -COLId 2
Did pot! r i #% r t -;t th*e rt);&t 'a!
j. IPto'-rc IF b a-- ii, t m4la id iq kI

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United States, State, County and City Depository

We iv To Stes of eice fices Fir Ieat i Owr biLq,
lrthwst Crr of hf Snre.




Tb' Dread Pie and Cakt ea,
oat jt/uld is r.';trf' ou- T.,'

fln'-t flour. mlixej with put..
S ric milk aud laled in the
purity fI -hlon." makl, o';r
goods the most de-ltrious It is
5 C uposibl;e to produce.
PER L 1 NI Pt one 165. R. T. Schafer. Prop.

LDIES w Aln ri, act t i

c* ra r % n ; ,s -- -r

W ANTE!T YIu:ng print r of ord:a..r.
.-xrriIl ,- sho desires to btwtt-r
learn trad.- to act as gall.' hro\. sut
head*. distribute* and se-t tiype or
capionall-. and do general work a-
a.-sisar.t to foreman. Mu.t 1,6
Pte-ad. and of good habits. Apply
at this offird

On Saturday in this city. a circular
pearl broxxih with diamond center.
Reward of $140 sill be- paid on r-
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