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
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Related Items

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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hat S day Closing Ordinance Stin a Bon

tentism-Eoly Adjorned in Conmfi

The City Council met at t:li who voted "no." and the
'clock Tuesday evening, with the st.

P Iollowing present: President Broome.
.Aldermen Colclough, Goodwin and
Upon motion of Alderman Goodwill
ordinance No. 179. regarding care of
tacks and stallions. was placed upon
*lts first reading, and adopted.



Alderman Goodwin moved to waite
he rules and put the ordinance on
its second reading, which was car-
ried. and the ordinance was adopted
as a whole on second reading.
Ordinance No. 11. being an ordi-
nance entitled "'A Ordinance Amend-
ing Section 1 of Ordinance No. 17T.
'To Preserve the Peace and Morals
-of the City of GaIlneville.' waa read.
and upon motion of Alderman Good-
win adopted.
Alderman Goodwin moved to waive
the rules and place the ordinance on
second reading. Carried.
Section 1 was read and amended
by substituting the 8tate law. and
exempting drugglstm. Amendment
Section 2 was read and adopted

upon motion of Alderman
Alderman Phifer moved to
a whole on second reading.

Alderman Phifer moved to waive
the rules and put ordinance on its
third reading. Roll was called and
ery nlember voted "I." Motion
S tid.
i)rdlnancc was read. when Alder-
n Phifer moved to adopt on third
i ding. Roll mas called. and all
ted "I" except Alderman Colclough.

'pon motion of Alderm
council adjourned.
An Uneatisat~ ry I
It is said that the niee
day proved a most ul
one. especially at the end.
man Colelough voted agal
age of Ordinance No. I'
known as the "Sunday (
nance." thus prevention|
nance from beila passe
ing a law Immredately.
that the lid will be o
another Sunday. much to
faction of those who are
terested. as well as a ma
general public.
In order to waive the r
purpose. It is necessary
majority vote of the co
Is composed of seven men
were only four member
this meeting which mean
vote must be cast la fai
the rules. and this Al
clough blocked by declil
his vote in favor; thus tt
age of the ordinance wi
-hlf-A h% M-.. M-*i.-n

Goodwin. cuecau u, uaz m*- ten.
adopt as Ordinance as It S
Motion So much discussion ai
has this famous ordinance

same Is herewith publls
Information of the public
copy of the ordinance
stands. and which has
much opposition and dl
by many of the busilne
claim it is partial:
"An Oruinance to Amei
of ani Ordinance Enritle

Organized Plan Against

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negro in .aRaroaa WorT

ATLANTA. M O.& 1:eThat an or for ic %-*%*er ti r This -iik- on0
i eilze'd Zjua~ie e' I [1) 41t14111.04.ii* t,' I .' lvotr~icia Ranirejadid s ju~ti- I flrt.% tti
WI ."'.4 USI I aza I e luatrim w to I rii. ra rIro1ad I iA%. r. a~.4 n to Nh Iat I fatl t e'
,Aork in the' South I u. nder way V r. :unw d.'imIpad III % i ll I iitim.. Ie ii MmolI
I t cnn. tat11 in at-m ide. via c irda % I r atc. tic'made' Ie o at imiI, of hi.

" .tilai. K LS'-ttl -. itn ral marina 'r of lfrelmeiin'm uintoni ulpe ce\Cr, otrhe'r ra
th. Georgi a Railroad I.ast night iK road hi the South."
t. en i fifty aand d -e\eIi sy-fl.e Whit, -
fir'nu-nn of the (;Georgia H.Rllrc Forty Augusta Firemen Out.
-'ruick I-aut. the roa r rod fu.-ld to AI'GI'STA. Ga. May 1!4 For
<:-luis its ne-gro, fire.mte Augusta firemen' aret alff-ctcd Iy tl
SThis strike'. said Mr Sott.l. in (;torgia Railroad strike. A meetli
I(e' frolt step of a mi(ao\em nt 'which i has held ersltrday afternoon at O0
I llne-d to eventuate in the abollitin Felloslt HIall. but inolhing was dou
t( lhe' Iaegro as an industrial factor All the (;eoria trains are runnitig
II is in he kairniruh of the' Ilroetherhood limle Pending the arrival of A.
e-' I.culllnau lie FireUmenl and ugline' Kelley from Atlalta no definite 1p
I i In its plana to driea' thet negro grain hIais been nlaapled out
ti uf -iain .loiianceit oin rjiilrcadn alto
. :hl r Isn't there something which only
Ihi. il:.,a la eI.n -c-t-ieiin ring wail t ad can di for you today?

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of Co0 r .l i.'rl- 'i". i J1." Senator
%illh, Fla ai 'l te I'r,'' il. i ',.d' i ilt -'
One ft tiel' e i% : tiitlt Th,'r,'. 1*. .h- ilts
the' 0 .anl i; h'ril4ev ani'nd '1 1 t4 e re':l I
a< f.llees : '
motion was 'The. cale.. exchaire. h:,r'. I or l ir. TAI.I.Ai
'If anv g A'ds. wares., nriPih.nllise or 'oon t
an Goodwin. ,.iatt..I on lSunday by a merchant .1rt'el hI i
sholp-keellr or other pwrscon iin trade u"l*ld i nar
eetting. except as hereinafter allo edl. loil of the
c'ouasiderat io
ing of Tues- h.ere-,)v prohibited under th penalty y ouratu
nsatisfactory as hereinafter retdrouht to
when Alder- "''Merchants. shop- keel~lw .r and we"nt ov'er
nst the pass- others engaged in tradc. may. in 'hang, fror
1. familiarly cae*w of emergency or necessity. -ll the llrovislh'
'loinug Ordi- and dispose of the comforts and ne- iar less tl
g the ordl- cesarles of life to customers and estatel ald
celve Ienkic
ad becom- travelers, but without keeping open cele
the coantll
Thhi means dor. the co
in tight for "'Drug stores and apothecary that the Iw
the dissatis- shops may keep open their places of down to 4
directly in- business from 8 o'clock to 1, o'clock law. If it lt
jority of the a. m.. and from 2 o'clock to 4 o'clock Senator C
p. m.. on Sunday. for the purlpoe of ed to covet
rules for any killing prescriptions and supplying ent pure fw
to secure a those iIn need of medicines with the el by the S
unell. which rame. *te
abers. There 'News dealers uay olpn their On motio
Present at Ilaces of business for one hour on Senate prow
it that every Sunday. after the arrival of the mall of bills on
vor to waive from the North. for the purpose of Senate III
derman Col- selling and delivering newspapers and provide for
ling to cast periodicals. money from
he final pass- "'Hotels. keepers of boarding- er. lmst. I
as suddenly houses. restaurants. and manufacture Senate Ill
|ers of Ice. and dealers in milk. and relief of (E
lansa. livery stables. shall likewise be ex Citrus count
nd comme ruit from the provisions and penal- lug to $2.0o
id comment
Scaum t ties of this ordinance. Senate H
e caused, the .
"'Any person violating the proivl- relation to
bed for the
Ied for teons of this section shall. upon con- decrees on
s is a ilctlon before the mayor. he fined not bonds agaln
as it o exceeding fifty dollars. or Ix Impirison- and the Ijs
created so
.at. d not exceeding slxty days. in. I'as~ed
''s ecmction 2. All ordinances or parts Sleate ,Hi
of .'rdlnPares. in conflict with this irect\ide, for
,nd Sectin ordinance t i and the sanie are, he'r-' f itle Sixth
d 'Section r. .aled 14 to I.
-" Passed c) the ('ity Councracil of tli' As a atLi
city of Gainesville' this Ltve'nth da) lrx'cc-ded ti
o(f May. A. I). tlii.I'" 16t
The' aIAo e ordinance was submit- An aninird
S.d t1o and alppror-ed by Mayor Iiora- :it,: Iltuknia
liuo lmka l. on May N. l!t9. "-:itIn- of I1
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Scores of Angry Men on

Trail of Girl's Assailant

Ailerman lGoodains Vlews.
Alderman J.A (.God sin. cihairnii.l
'* (;11 o l n'llnt ( uinitt'.-'. Inl an
*' ;\ .N". W \ -|,I. a. '1I ad niiti d that
Th. or- i t ii:ai I i~ I st:lt la I" di lcritinm
:; :tig. land de alr s at uniderIatl M lx tllhat
I..- t lel .a.:ail- Ith. fourth and filth
,.ir.-A&rarphis a a, I11,a iic'd from the'
tig. il l raldinmalln IhI' c- rigiaiil I i ing
fair and iiiaa.arl:ial toe all.
Til-' forth iand fifth paraiKraih. Ill
ltie. original i rstlrui ,'-nt as premswited
for the al|,roj\al of the council we're
as follows.
"Drug stores and apothecary shops
may keep oimwn thelr places of busl-
ness on Sunday, and may sell drugs
and nidiirhlis. and such articles of
mnrnhandl ar are. usually kept for
sale bi. druggK'in
" b hks. writing nia
teri l- sod a sater ice cream. cigars,
(igaretie-, and (tolacco may le wsld
on Huiindla, if sold in drug ltr.-
ho(tels re-taurantrl and nc-inew sta l-
The o rixliial orclinanirce ailuo lc-tinil i

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Crll's Pre Food Bill Passed y Scte.

Important Mease a me.



h'e' general i'enslon bill r*t
hei i'l-nioioi comnlnitte,. oc-
ly all of the morning sees-
* S-nate yesterdayy. The
)in of the measure was not
a conclusion. and finally
to today. The principal
a the present law lies in
)n that only veterans own-
han $.',tom4 worth of real
ie-r*onal property shall re
Ims. Chairman Baker of
'tee expreaned the belief
neion tax could be held
mills under the prolowed
I adJuoi.-t LAu. a., .:.
'rill's bill which is design
r all defects in the press
od and drug act. was pass-
eaate during the morning
stie Procedings.
n of Senator Masaey. the
ceded to the cosalderatios.
third reading.
ll N', 1s. by Iayton-To
the temporary transfer of
one county fund to anoth-
4 to 13.
II No. 14. by Dayton-For
org"e R. Carter, sheriff of
ty for loss of fees amount-
7..3. Passed. 19 to 4.
ill No. 136. by Cook-In
the entry of Judgment and
supercedeas and appeal
nst principles and sureties.
ualnce of execution there'

millte. rPlent days of careful work on

the' niearure.
rSnator liumpbries stated that ia
the State's present condition the real-
ly needy and not simply the deserlvig
should receive a phaltoa.
Mr. Buckman spoke la fLvor of
changing the property quallISatima.
so that only veterans having a gross
annual Income of less than 0
should be made eligible.
Senator Harris made an eloquent
speech In favor of retreaemeamet ad
of the bill uader dslasiomn. Whil
paying higbhet tribute to the aed
veterans. be pointed out that the pea-
alon roll Is lacreasing at the rato a
two a day under the preset law. He
held that under the proposed law th
penslono mlllag coulM e held don
to four.
After hearlll the arsgmets lar
tor luckmua wltdrew his a-me-
Senator Joasom earwd tht uer
the present law desse --te hsve w-
ped proofs, and by thlmea gat ean
the pensloa rll
The Senate them decided to em.
tinue coasldelraU of thae -tter I
At the alght mesates the least aSa-
sidered and passed many lal Mlla.

After a lengthy dlsmMss e
lloue paMled by a votae of Il I
the Parris bill which plaee tih a-

osn f ofi railroad, utelraph
II No. 315. by Dayton-To sleephli ear propct a I the r
clerical aid for the Judge of a commission to be compesol t
Judicial district. Passed, the Comptroler. Attorniy-4leeraland
the Presindnt of the Rallroad CnlOMa-
Lal order the Senate then I eon. Hinder the existing la thsl
o tli consideration of the work virtually rests spon the Comp
nihon bill. it roller entirely.
Imn 't was offered by Sen- One of the moIt Important Imesa
ain. striking out the quallf- ures introduced was that by Mr. Far
.sa than $".() real and ris. which provides that la certain
i rt~ casef counties shall provide fr
laker urged that the com-. aoeb hooks.

are- not 'InrluUod. and the tautiful h Hyde Company.
gra.n Ijlots which ha.c h-en jlanlted This big store has bten excepUt
In tint 'ntet of the aetrecl't..
in thie ent.r of the street. ally busy tbis wtek and there's little
It *, sail that chlck,,in gather in
.tr1e sdrove h around thesw p.laces IIn doubt hhe'n hle values they are offer-
(certain n lc.ighlirhooalx or sections of lug are taken into consideration. cit0. iaakillK it Imnpotuale to Titl e riter has been in this stor
ra-e.' a laun mwe'ral times this week and was
While tIe ('ilh (it COuina1ll I s us- niamazed at the large throng of ear
lou, in the J asseiig of incw laswi and and leased customers who were
r.cviviug old ones. it has tben sug- making liberal purchases. Today's
x'.-tv:d. anid 'er) wis'l). t (). that the dun bha aLunoter of thelr attractive
ordinance committee look after this advertisements for special Friday ad
nuisance of chickens running at Saturday sellUa. and no lover of soo
large nomles should tll to read it.

Democrats and "Proress-

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f.g' ( te proIr .e-v e' have tan-
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M "US -- T"~AV~o~ AN*

uftftws of "60ftb
Lm. md L Sscew.

Generol Demand
of OHw W-tmflfiwIt. V( tOw J woou b

@a 14. bqnod I&J lAt4r imvity C4 kw
vrhr: a larate shth physieua om dm
mtuim fo fmfa'nly uw r hw ue its in.
powIapt parts arev kt n tn wtIm to be
wholt n, w an-I truly benficia inv&44,
mmiatepee to the syerm antl gntle. yet
mrvnipf ,in 2rt.



June 9 and 10. Wh.n One of Largt
Crowds f M itory of Ameci
tien 1WII Attend.

T ml emlyow vaght th "6.-.1t rt i'al'aU. -in 4 -11 ( 4 IL nj ~anu'I li. .w ,'tith.
s t m G in sIl#I 1 fLaion,%r S, 1 '*th, -TdisI ll' .I1it *%.-P (if 9* ii a :.9 3M tt. a 4 I M
dwU h d a the we',b ot a lffe rau- of' ltrW Co. m r.lnc (.*!:a -11 tfr IL'ft daint tl.t cTn in& ioflth
*9 Se ek the cbt- tow mas theuwritnaofI AaLjsfs itrmviarb sh. mill .I h. T -T-, it qh t. r
St &be' rbooll. amhie' uc'-".. In t"it, ditt inction ( if t" r to rf.-d a
f t mi"mi.. .wil t. public. a lht is mve r- l "1any @? w w !4 I1 (1
1 The lo ,Ix Sat h.-mime, iili,-a
M LtbaI is *Mtendd to an. Srtmp c4i-ip aJ3 ..r of'-;--nns to.. iv th.m I'ra gat lhrna ntma
~ mlemer areexpried r~~~' ~v ~e W~hrnuI Ama~a-iath'an. svatibIs 4' mtow''ed (if a
J 1Irm edlarg' tflftkoril' (if the druaz~ss (,' n!he
OWN94 bbvw bmiiii ort muml in a
_T RI in aisc wel aOY- itr tuit-- l &Tect' '~ Ib 2U:ltat. and 'hich is- ri-rardid jt' can.
&b mv a eetdIsate gmuwur-macttareduJbyte the nCl,-tilta lrectim) aiaol soi;t I..
OM mod thne who at- I Ir6SY"'p C*. only- and for Florida. v ill ctn' v-ne hutt, for ta 0
01 t r ap'--'.hAIndisuu A Pno amm !tAta AAe 1.1... aaA ii at sch time

anas W ftml Ekeury ewtth-W -
-- -~ hewl slyoanced im ___
omI ----12 to 2 0es high as the same have
t" I* 1 alb Mvt cl. auntl rloo "sapo sto ama th-r during the
o Ue mtot.. U the um. fwi-uaat lm uof m "VrnV.
40 a 0 ml WW% *ad hy. The piattu oGt Of small palm. of
I N to S WANiN t Oh "M- thl I tkoe- so much in the city.
Of te 1mlv- I n t 4t sawdow sued as
it a U0 1 a b am is the mt ithis mmi tre. after exhaust-
100 Gdr Ing a* on" l quamty of sp .ll die
4010TOOsom NO wobov Itin.Infrtat Is taft u the tree
r ONMM_9__ MMS S OOGOto be gareful im itos rafa or m
t OW 00If OG U1 te soe.pecafl the top bau. Te
OM WIN DOOW 0 4 Vbb mftg of enmtaeM f.. to bft o
M b i vo tre ea th eo anof the
O -t isn tWa avtolob.aas thAtest
ftemm r. rb.f -owIm m umetatl. and

t A 1i e ly tk SAY isAitlin
mmm Am Irve at 02 inof th0 pahmesta
S(Qkl~)~l -U' the pla were the tree is wanted.
me tmbr 71whesame will comme up wttIms several
4 Ih OMS Mmmtbe and in two or three years
( I ..... W mm* a ve ry petty imat. 7%biway
I ftm ft IL S i Ist ureft to raise Ws palm
Nm~ r-- _f 0Pms Adbm Oman pleats cot sM bnlt in au -
softs. the saw twis usually in
4Mf 0S bGep sb aeu ted itthemt
ft ~m -9 3 taking the aro and s-ill grow
SOMINK mk NM; w e Ight an.
van&anum RON. Is tmmasplntng this palm care
t Ch 04n '"VA ba.R Yabsuld he taken no to Set them too
fIa loa"p in the ground. as no root- will
I ONN. *Il2%"-V~ rform ecept an the jlax her-e the
M @C 3MM mo mma Sm ml od ma'a ma remuV t mO Pinting too
IN"e wipll w s-h nie wood lice. hobretrl
k si em etc. PacA tL wml firmIrd around Lii.
fnt "Ifty egeaft d ( arm"Mag I. and give a bucke' ful of a atar.
q w& ha h, tab he fswlag Ill ul the boie jaacl agait aml i
pe-Ers havwng bes 1 to ,*l he bucLuket or water Ukq
"a dike around tht. trt-t t"l t-id V,.
i L Am-w p F.-I ,ter for- laa *ur uturi a. ad141 r 4"1 V I
a8CWM w VdSsm t rpm thjozobds to k*eeP t.-p n ,b-rwr. ituid L-,I
Doill Coul Ont-.-
3 gab, pige Swet 11amm Cas-ei'l add v'it '. ? t La-i, -;. trI.. YIr-pt

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I%& "Al roll Iolws EtI..1 liar. "u'd Itiaddt-t troulpt IL ta
vs Doft. Ruth E Isa. IkIig MxNAtBan."-.r' umdt stimt ripulpit o,
=Sime ftom. Celsita bkathisWig.kind That I .Lb. rta.aaaot, I' vi ou
ift -it a%# 4aCu 111 1 ItI I i A L a: I
Ont. resUrki.- I rr'Man Elclau.
R i a mboroi lidsam obs*w w TaIe r M it .ordo a "t( -thaU t I l. r! kidii-- a Thit
s o u b a D & W u ~ w b Isu m Js t t h i ln I t o d i p I t. C1 ( u 41s i i o
POMM AHM AMW. k Wtt kiiiv wi! Bfliddot 1101-
tno of the class rbw heme SNa e)Iight a hidiake fit? &I jsuiuil-
0mthe pram previ rInt : Tke th;-aa. faat alit
som~s.wb" hae, boo ;"r *I-el Or 64, and %tli, V,111 11t1t1 "I
I right Ia t, I. S h it, i u ii
V at cMapsl eaerc-mLs during the- d s ;
vaIstee LIIU Ia .IIa-


mr. slm ow foe Dorselns f t to 04
Wd 1 oud Be ftDone.

aler BeIa Thae cabbage IMIIOwt iL
to (baal pain ta4 This %mrie(toft ii
palm bll to raullsr ue1gafilaa It
ath proema of trahwilluwlI KiUl,4 aa'
4 ~ s lbw Ow ia-afts.rwarel 'id
-0' 0 l b" tala If ns hibandled at
0& VU emIw to hk- found isI thelt'
G&w xrowh. As the piss" will hay.
to lr emntrh sw roo rots, It I &Imbt
to S0.& t. old root, sand cut thwa.
40 GUM 10 s pAM Thr e rraub
at we rfwl min. ram 12 to 14
e S is s ahito mowt rw
kmgwOI~ea trer tram

miu: ll 416 '- Isaisa ,a I.5, t11 1' 11 rP
i'te 4 lu 'atI' 116 S..i % s'!Il L. I t
.I 51 tAa I'll AL aR!- ttI u '-I.u


&mrne artu-Ie that 6laiply "IL th
w'ay at your bo.w sigbt. If advoe
undo be Smd to ianmem whiw b t au
Wmu looash Ow IL

It is ex' rctcdl that tne of the largnt
crowds In the hlrtory of the asaioria
tion will be to attendance. all india-
tkmw pointing this way. A number

of their mebera have written that
they expct to be accompansid I,* tbeir
wives. which will nake the occasion
an the more seetwsul from a social
On June ft. o day prior to the
meetnta of tbe Pharmarweutkl Aso-
c atki. the Itate IRard of Pharn y
wiln eoaene bee for the purpow of
admuilta as examitatkI. and ili-
c(toas are that qite a number of
applicat wm be preit. rbder th
law of this State. no ptrme is per-
mntted to dispem e drug or all pjr
wcriptios without havtag passed a
svcosaful eauianatla of thbs bard.
Wilt Mla Pinr Pgram.
The local drugists., with a view of
making arrangements for entertain-
Ing those who attend this crt"iverttti
have formed an association. of w-hih
W. M Johnon is chairman and John
P. Ambhros seretart This local a-
soct atoa has already rtI out a large
nuumnlwr of iilita:;ion*s t tthe draggist
(of the State. urging them to be pret-
Put. and a*wurtn them of "a time
which th. will forgt-t "
An Intl restting and ettertalnini
irogramn is twlnra arranged. conclud-
inl with a banquet. which will tI
.*c i. -lpd i. t*y


Error in Report Coulrt Procediiigs
Which Reftected on Mr. English.
-i \\ EIajIli: h the c i-c ahiilp k r.. c
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Need have no terrors for you.

money away safely
adversity. No one
this protection. We


is insurance against
should be without
p invite you to make






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BUICK f audtam 04.


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Fire, Life and Accident

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i.- vatt-u c -iii aIirv n.i.

A Living Skeleton
Is tht hual rouditiot, co f allI c~hiod
tiut Iw worter t if it Ii%-cs Tliti
h hiM' ama. iuiaetIA Ili toutoLarl
,hait irat i- iu1 al.1 u m tut. ats- ta iataahuaa-i

Ilm lot %olaar liii.- 16o es-rtiua. Lha-
!I IWaiai 5110% '' lI' it5W'l-I k !iie'all
o maI!uil .aag 1i' 1 oa I is i w5' l iT h ultiat
u. ao L t f:sr *.m- trabhu ,a 2* .
I 'vilth SoldI%%L' JtLstiLc

Tb. aint ads Gu war ,u rva: extat
buainucb UA1u ll o1 L L: brr,.. r, ,oA
uluhad wtifauet Lium-) *gtgirt flua a, a
~bh* Iiuaiiiab that ti-. brt.kSrsr an-
agui l M i hi-l

Ii 'iaIs..O d I lagI 5 ltito ramajsq- gI-
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li riiiia rus., riaitl rlT i],.- s.
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To the d-.-v! 1:
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Merchant & Co.

~stal1ee j .obt vi

Staple and F!

C r cc,-;-.;

Grain. Carde Set -: d Fetmitirs

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l-ageut eg? ; rt : p pr t. :- :' z O -1 -IL f ;;% &r --t: k' Z*

A OOMmavkte stoK Of Hay. CorM. Oaft. %trokr. bM ks C, :
mod krlsad Rye. We bhandl eI-Mr t E? Very scot nn!
at Ioe d Pria m d lcusrint i Nsabm Alfa


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Don't Be Caught Napping

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All Run Down? Pale! Nervous! Ti j.
M mr du. camill d ts illn thin. rak amtRuoo AMd ku 0 ls* U ,-
4Wb Itkd Then sio d)vtwct ti, votmr du xr. AJ his
4d Au. mmoslcuh u- psanami! Ni. N lohl.a uw g s lomuj
Sm A hhad pur1ew, is latfl unk.. s t iivt I U. NAAI, Age.'4h1M.
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Doh You Feel This Way?
rm !he: g W"d a I"yePms1%ulm
th" V" COINa't woo "" a "W 1 *1
W" of a& mm ..4rP Dos "m.bow a poor @W
9 er a 8~ OWeyour .ems tooe P I
7 ebft W a w ro llefty..? PI to, f.
5 sOtfoP to r wmmery. VoN am do It
y w'j. I) FD. rv (i4SdS Nwddl irMod" heem ry u
uak. yeas disfeet hdl'ul. 11 seill gt your Iay ljvW
to work. It w was" tuimmv right in vowrsto4mch. an
~appets ilwin comehabck. It will purift your blo.d
It there s any toedemicy m% oor t imih toward coesumrsao.,
It will k" thq1 tcreJd retrenjef Ftr. E after CA3.
-~ he. a Iwyo )iiaed a jiothod in 4ber fonr CA g
e-',alI r bliredl ast the lunis. it will bre
eura Is 4 er C-tat. q4 &it cit'. it isa rmed) Iprepared bt Dr. R ..V .lPrse
o R.T10 N. I.*' "hae "a-. c isaI:'em f-rerto all '"h wtaoah to "fair bin.his
great socces hae come fr.)m hi smv.-e enerve'ce and sried practis e.
! a, t v a r I-i ne ele ir !(, tking isfcr or subslti.
tmrn r I Dr.3 f.M -". dR *'.C riin~ndcd to be 'lint a. s.d. k.
Ow-c-er m~-ir.-sl are (If 9%, 'A (O%(psI4II% Their every igrrOr~ent pr'vrlcd
o nwY .P.. '.. '. :''li rA et 'm.!hOUt *ICVI%'.Il. (oAt. i It ns fl14* It.
Goa.-,g druj%. 1)- -jh .i-afl NMcCi.:41 A-(,(: ..BIuEhI"'.N. I


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Express Helper Arrested ard Se.nt The Greatest Interest. However. Is
St 0 4 H C $ .. 1pp c 0 -r 6p,

Irncce' ce ard '..' -

fit- .. 0 ,r-

4 a aa ia* L l- IltoI a aI o-i

r Ii;'. a a at
tilaa ao. ott l '.a~r ml I'
~a-laat. $alc. bl ;roi 1..ia a'1 a J

I'raim lhi;t a ,ill I ,.. ,.1ar d .:Salli,.
xio4,' lth,' il;, ;l''*l t o I t h- togr'l hi l,,otr
Monday right. hv1, Iiror,:ti:~i-A hirtr to
tako then to the- j,"(:ition ri t*., A
(. I. and Seal.'ordl ut the. foot of
West Mafn street and leave, them.
thus saving her the labor of tl:ting
them herself. Sallie. with a desire
to be relleved of the burden of car-
rying them. gave the man the basket
containing the clothes. hut when she
reached the spot designated discov-
ered that tih basket was not the-i.i
when she became greatly excit-d.
The woman rlporte-d the- inoldf. nt
to Dr. Cralghill. who subse.qulentlyv
approached Sheriff Ramsey. and on
Tuesday night the helper was arrest-
ed and placed in Jail. He protested
Ils Innocence. however, and declared
he could prove that he put the bes-
ket off a promised. Sheriff Ramser
gave him an opportunity. and :upon
arrival of the train from Ocala Wed.
lnesday morning the negro proved by
reputable witn.eses who were in the
car at the time that the basket was
left at the r,,no-in:l .
The negro was released and the
cas e so far is a mystery. It is prob-
able that someone stole the bask-et
between the time of it, I'-iiiR pit off
iand the arrival of the woman, iln 'i
cst.tody of whom It had It-,o I!;'r. 'l

Dybpelisa is Amt rkta' cur-e' Iur
dock Ilood Bitters co:uiutrs d) liol
oia every time. It drives out nipuri
tits. tones the stomach. restores per-
fect digestion. normal weight, and
giw(it halt h



Full line of Palmer

hammockss just


:eived-$1, $1.50,

-2.50, $4, $5, $6.

General Agents for

F. W. Devoe's Paint

-wears longer, goes

farther, spreads easier

than any other paint

on the market today.

ee our show window

display of Draper &

Mlaynard Base Ball




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tAr:S' W'S,' SKRTS \ of:o; L.a- 1..

.1loll ; 11 if- I I ( -t-a o*-l 'i ic"! 1 1 I' t t4 ) $1 **A

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For l-'rioi,v iymi-I Switiir.Liv we offer two
lot of W'hitf- Go) ol ot a I-fir Ito-14 than
t he'V were mtmtlllet.Ct tired fo r. Thlf' mzinu-
fact t In-r lit 4.led 1. 11u-)1Ify. we 11114 it
('411 111 4. Ill .-l .i -- t I l II r.1 l ) V are
lo~v hlAIII !ilrIui 11 rt- th .v arta

22 Pcs. or 1143 Uds.

VA.W .is*! J.- I I 'A: Ie
faor Fri-Inv u;,-Il'ir-iaty
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"Tke iN h-Light parTmit S lurt"



Gaineaville-Central Section.


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J dso.;i- K ;o **
\'dl' Marngai,-t IAdlbeattr.
Estlh-e iteal .......
Ikewiwe (areo-r .....
Gertrude Harrud ..
Nora Stlls .......
Myra Saearinxen ..
Helen Holder .....
Blanche Thompson
Mary Fernandes ...
Aura M. Iewis .
Alic Schafer...
N. W. Taylor......
Manile Crouch ..
Mabel Williams .
Annie BP-ll Taylor...
Grace Iullard.......
Maude McKay.
Eva Ilauknight .....
Fannie Whiting .....
Ella Ialley .........

Eastern and Southern


-. ....8.250


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. 3.720)
2.6 4

1 .4 7
Dis .2ric

Miss M.alwl McCre die. M 'cnoly 117.34.1
Mist llattie Eiiglirh. Taconia .11:.71o
%MIis L.ornia McCredi l. M cnoply .*94.,44
Miss Ik-.sle Waits. Hawthorn. 71. 2.,
lMis. Ella Joll... OraniiK HIhightlt ., 7..:.2
Mims Martha ('hanlwi lin. .Mica-
nopyl ... .. ........... 5.,.G6 !'
Miss Pauline Carlton. Mica-
nopy .......................31.0lom
Miss AlxWes Zectiouor. liochelhle- .'...'""
11i." Cortlelia Cro tt. iRocky
Point ....... .... ....... 24.74"0
NMi bm lbertic- Shaw.. Fairlank'.. 2,0.',..7.
NMi.- P'attice Zetrou.r. Rochelle 1..7.'.
Mi.'. Anitie LI i( ., ilautbtori ..3,;,.
'li .,' l. a.i 'm rt It, Ia- lle 114 '.
1!1 i n- -mi1 '.a (;uthri, Itawh- ll' 11.1.
.: .. 1,v l (; lil,. G !:tf w lhor lI l ,., I
Mir- Wilmni. M:aie-. Molitt-o-ha '*.,:'
Mis.- M.lrtlh Ilaiammond. Haw-
S ... . .. .. ..
.MII., (;-orrgia Snoodleii. Iatchet
'Cr ,eek *....
Mi- N- llic I{,-. -'- .Micanopyr 4.~0O
.\; s M iti .Ie a ..11111 Hio h. l .1 :.
M A .l:! l:;; i z \ V .il ,o t .*"

1F..1 r1,z 1, &I*Io
Mi *, N .>r.% I:ll. ranx ha i hl- ;:.

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'M i.- 1 M 'O ,,- i'.:|a 1-v. \\'It |i'0 .. 4 .
\i c;r at i> M. arc I-liind
;r ................. ..... 10
Western and Nort.ern Section.
NI,,:- F a I'o -ll Ala'ch ja -'0.4.lil
1i: V\ida Il.:rruii. l l.ll ....
\li.-- lIatit I iludAiK. l'ol a 7;. 4 ',
fr.> i lMaildox,. Ar'h<.r c...l:,
Mis Aiiil- Kirkland. Alachua .6%>,1,
\Irs I Ware. IHigh Springs ... 6I;,.;:.,l
MIi-s Ell,-n itu ille.. Are-rdondo ;4 7;-o.
Mlia ILucinda Ilr.aUnt. lell 6. 60.'2
Mia.s Roga l.-eR Rives. HIgh
pri ........... 33
N.ssA Al--iin Hull.. Arredoudo. 31,13
.M .- .LILLIa A\rl.-ti Ne h rr u Z .7-'',
Ml- .\!io'l. a le iill.- Arr, dlo ido I k.7" ,
"I; l tit;..; \\ ils! .i,:n- T r'I illii 1' 1T"

'!i I 1 S l.i i It i II .',
Ml I-l, ii I'1, ka"li N' l,,Jrra : 17"

: ss i I-. N %, 9 \ ,
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I'l htv t l~t- ~-IIopIII.-tI l~ t if) %% 1. i'EI I .%N E.N't IN KN TIHREIAD HSI
[ISII. I- l('aOll the wl'it-rit ofIa lianokerehief liiiwii lam., With double the sztatigtli and
doitnllilitv of'4f IiitU11,111~e.4o-I'.Periai Lawn"I) lill lainWhite -.11 dainty Checvk.
IP'vr v;ar ..l .................................. -15 to t

All-Over Embroidery
112 yards all omer e,:il,ruili.- 1 i:
small daint. patlt.rui jil.t t!,' kiin(!
itnsually i-old at :,ol theta .rd. for Fri

day and Sattrdn: .....

25c the yard

Sal Hair Pin Sets.

\\'e- just rvi-'iltaed a his: lot of thL s,
lne i hair nccessorris for niladt
The).'re eslpclall. Priced for Frid.a
and Saturday at 15 to s5c the set

Men's Shirts
This Shlirt, is known ar
the Shirt that latter* a
dollar-fifty, Iweaupe of its
remarkable value. We've
never offered a garment
with a firmer faith in its
wearing ability thal this
splendlid Slirt. It looks
like a $2 Shirt. It is a
$1.50 SShirt. Friday tud
Satnlday we'll sell it
for ................. .OH
(.#oe (.entp' variiiliig II Winl>o I

%o.tiaini mnon ai,limprrilate f-ir a Iesu-nt t4)bftiat-swoe
yIirl Iraluatsm. A im'w. lot in andl. too. tlo.-y art-
;.revi ai lr'dav an -i -atimraty at ..8.r I St. 4

In fold nro. blow. laventdr. Itback and % Jit- ; 27incla
the- ~~'ia. 111a414apjaro" '.1 (.1-ric-for wa&ti -kirta astil
,eaits-- hi '.*)ahw Fliaa y ru1t 1.1tS1iaia ..m tUr

Tlbie p*o-k we've no fl eA 1.the- 0'ig.-.t .1-t -.I 1161p1.. fim r
the-. wa''n in pn-joaratiton i-or ('a iouw'. All tim
*viltlim a6 ifo rv .......... ..... eslS$.60 im vi


Wednesday Was a Dull Day. Only
Few Cases Being Disposed Of.
W''dlinoldaa's .-.'.sm i l of Ihe- Circuit
Coairtall .a. ta a rt dull t i oiI. :i f-. ,
, ii a ;i- 4, m ii : r i:.r i 'rt.,,r n a I.ei .
o11>l t d . o #.r .litoatr ;. h.& it ii hil..ol ill a
( i *' l> :i .s 'u l i | r < l < : t 11

t! I .a ii .ti .ii i l. .1:a .
it I il l! h ir I; l! Il oi k.*t v. il
.I. *l i o il i ll I Ia -r,* 'o f I I !- t. L
.r i, l .I .i i l l ii l ,iii .Jirili. .aill
* lilt (hl .ii ad i it h liiina r. ill It.

S I.. a. of 1ih. '4 Sl .i. \ to. M ;i
nia i \ .1i.l ;i ; t .! i K | I'. a -% a + ira-r -(d
lt .i it r.l .. I:.-.- 1 ,< 1 1 .- l l ti Jilitn I .'.

Card From Mr. Colan.
TeI thli- i':itni n oil \Nr J S (cooldo
ainl thi. (lGt irarl;l I'Pitil I ha't- this
toc-k toasted thirit niilin- h-ead of nillch
i C it aith Itult-rculini- toxin. thet regu
lar tei t applied for the- detotl-ion of
tultrculoi, Ilii cattle-, and found no
le-,ation of 'ritmo-trattre in these
thirt.-niti- head of cattle- to indicate
aiaa tulh-rcolor-il or aufflici-nt rise' of
tll.mpertur. to justify anly one of
tl-se-l l tlrt niln it- I ld oif (atllt- to b
hc-ld for furibntr I-to-t
(I Signed A. I)OIA .
\'t. .riiiariaui

I take thlIraf HO-ll"o (if flazkilaug the
al. *r is ah oi aaball um M r (ajaelogand awlo
f f lt I ha14- Ir bkziaal:.11.1 a;111 a b Ihta I ;,
is. Ir o i wa. 1F 1 1 ) )III, ta Il
r % Ias. 'I NPa ;,r w I #g~
.61 1 -1, lire I I
f 1. -a .1 1 I' ll fit wk -. I, I).
k 'A i'b, IA

rvery Womn WilI Pe Interested

ReeO Silks.

The moment's newest dreas fbricl
following the lines of the seasons
calling for rough silk. newest colors.
sce values seclal Friday and Satur-
day at ..................f te yard.

Directeir Satin.
SA most charmingly conceived fabric
for evening gowns Ia blue. plak
white, cream. lavender and blask
3sc %alues. Friday and Saturday
oaly .................. I tih yardI

ladies' Blatk Pur sUk ITMr Hoe, unrdoresd br"l.
A11ltoes; ,,nmamaweaslour forlook? Mil d womtr-wevl
ri ay S atil latolrdlay.F

Mi-incl lcrvo. Supple- and orr.r% Wlllm. W T' r only 010
yav-d. of tio at"L ("I animd, so ihop I-Y for th. a
-alms- Fridiay an ISaturday ......... ........... M

FrialySt anll Satarlay vwr'Is hh a veraaI l ld ofTd&
KAWSieu llal Imerting-o. I 12 t1 -2 e valum will be
mak at

If in le ,im subjt of cor et yll of St-
tiomnr; for any .k'ielty fa1Cetion or for your v1WINg
cardl. -,, i r wIIint.le oIf en.ravinug.
We alo anytiimhr in this line nhwil alUante lm atii
faction. You will ala finl our price' sli factory.
II preferred will anad ,siiiples to your home ao
that jou cal make a welretion at lk4tiw.


Our Mail- Order Catalogue

Fw Spri d qi-r 10

Will IIe issued about April 15th. If you desire acopy
cut out and mail this coupon to us:

I'lat ,. mII l u it c'op, v of your Mail Order
('atal,,giI-. for I'; g 1 iKl Snuti n er 19W .

S. t; | llC . .. . e
N'an .. .. ....... ......... **.. ..... .

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B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
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35 Fes. or 1822 Uis.

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Llllrl LI -. -1 -

w is Raymme Usek
a. S. -mu e 'i~r ~I

urn. eh v rL-C~
m owd OlrdMaAed IA
ago" 6 ~Me~uaYSMONeLea IUIW

by a mnIN S t we alky or

C a 5s rwj mda hMews -

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I- a. e1w1- an
Obissat h -o

ir, I, -e -- pam i al h
OANOan de, o ant atsaw
am Wdds bils @=soeN- horam
160 SOM&M DPW b ad --ad"inmws V

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Ahbms U$hethbar fhoa the0does,

Mum VO or tn k OMMAIL 4
in* 7 Pe -N Mdays d

as G 1101SAWto do ft a
0 9 0911" h the bur ers nd

SKIW A Offloa We u rt l
S- `'-~-b aa3r
"M W af t ola repuueeutei at

he veIn '-- the1 Pera l hmluis
ad % dd bul aWig a

the sa M amm MGIM s. f

I rmvbu S1 tbug tel
m waide. Oaccmp"ab amytiag
Iowa h *a Put their hWdstinte
W l QeW Sumit becomes a sa

2110 UWcot wbe watst a snmil
aedtofheb. hptob eam someonee
so dto is the evealee ie he mm

The 1.uhaS tPeptIa Comveation.
~bhas j" adiem adt tlo UIs
VWl- ItIeI- nadreed theiforgt fr

Tbe health of excep-
uassaftue~d at the present time.
Thbsmay be attributed both to its
graiphim lcal loution and to the
dwe 11tC1e55 sewerage system.

Offenders of the laws of Pensacola
WlM thereafter be transported to
headqaart.ere tI a more luxurious
inner. IL rubber-tired patrol wagon

baving hasspacedIn a cm rces fro

Imt.r~natIowa iaFFt8gs in shc tbt Ln


AMet the W d ob bill. by
the Ho-e. wp.ldtog war 1aividual
patiaet of pnll taxer. The Times-
1t'Mi ay:
Se a- el the bWi probibittnl
the payment of poll taxes except
by the taxpayer himself, the Hous,
-. .Id moseh to ll


Tie Way f e WVWlI. Write nice
things about people and the erene
air Is rever dilturbed by even a
*thank you." Iet one word of error
ir critlciak aPlper and cycloni con-
ditlons forthwith prevail. Human
nature is a mighty funny critter.-St.
Petersburg Indelpend"n'

of Re(pre.-snnta t'ls u m Il,, p ,.1
liste the troubles sad tribetlatkons or
esa..4did,-.- in Florida If t m. OI foDly--tm tt

ure flnail hecomea- a lie. th re- illI
be no reason for swch heaVy ai,-rs.
mentis of candidatee in the futiur. as
is the past. There IP really no ne-'d
of a campallm In Florlda arftr the
nnmtnationI are made. for a Ilnmo-
cratic nominee In equivalent to an
"The law would alom li:iinste
many undesirable voters, and ir would
(ause others who are not undeslrable
to give their personal attention to the
matter of quallfylng. A tnan whodoevi
oat care enouh for his vote to go
personally and pay hib poll tax should
not vote.
'The passage of sh a law would
tend to reduce eorruptik. The poll
tu sof me meB have been paid
with So vew eof nueueln their
roes. They were known or at least
ber d to be an sympathy with the
party payI o their taxes. I other
cases the payment of a poll tax ad

"law o lyr redoese. It ever w te
anytMin. The ass who woui seon
his vote mWh't atl do ao o matter
w the law is wrste. If he had
to pay Is pll tau N opera the
moey, if advameed by another, w od
i -meety be gives to him ad he
mOM i e t a he aw t. This act
weuld reduce t-he mber of uslt
voeas who qualify.
"Aaother ecla of me~n jft of a
very high typa for-gt about their
Mase. knowing that they will be paid.
Tee usually repay the moaey to th-
tndividals or tie committee payita
i for the. They cannot complain
if they pay for their foretfulness by
a lom of their votes, and after losing
oce they will not forget t again."


That It does not pay to live beyond
oeme' meaas Is aalIn strikingly shown
in the arrest of Charles L Fox-
well, a broker n ilnin stocks.
at W *bhinpou. for alleged Irregular
deallgs with a number of East-
er mlinin companies which were re
lived of vast sums of naoney ranging
from $30.000 up.
A dispatch from Washington. dated
Surdlay. says: "Foxvell. who in .'.
years old. has re-sided her. a .'.ar.
living in laishb style In fashtl'trldb
apartments. He sat d-ejl-te-lly to-
night it his dark cell Mr. Foxwell
a beautiful youngg omaii1 i'rl
25 years old. visitedl hI r hJslhad1 tol
day and tok hiim ,,r dlih r I.,-
She nl.o hand d 1 n' ;i a >i:; t I let *
graml. Sle 1 tAlke-d ithl Fox.-llI
thrO.uglh t.- b.rO for i;haif rn hour and
u;.pna leaaul wav l Ai :d tlih r "IwrT
'"I h Fo' a ll had tal',-n lively
Int r t .u s i. i-l\ he-re- Th.-) watre.
seen tft-n on the Ipriueilial th roughh
fares in a handsoen,,' (1 rig c(':r. wx.
cupled b,)xe.s it thk., l,,adil: theatrcis.
entertainued at urll'rs in the' down
loan hbtells and *t-re- uften hosts at
fasuhljnablc fuuationi. "

It Is nit easy to cln;b in any ;,ur
sit of lif thb Iasdr it L-cone.- Ihut think of
the tn pn'aataou that comes In
rr ,r(r excellence. knowl|-edeK and

te ** the a Ma his, II, -u lortAn-at-, U.
biet thw-cu. Ly pt.,. 5 walke' .*')rT
f Jr!Mee r' I f r f i- ro't-I Th. 'an wtor- e 41rarrh Ins this met
Lt%, U:'' tit~u .4 IC' celetra thari all other diR-
e&-ro ,it vo-a-ther and until the last
tk w V i: i-i. ol a. w a ti-l t ft-w ewIsrd is -uisa-wwd to be incur.
the Lc-'s of, o 14c-h .hi'60 br a sea '-it '. r j "e-i i tra st- e-ar"4 doe-
nouts I I 14*1144 10 m t4P t. 55m ai 'it 6* 4law .1di*e-as'. mud
be 'U t. --ejeli. uuiaI b* rustw 'i i tac tcure with 1
where"yitI a .- te i ath 'i e4 e1-tif-I it Incur
Is % tu the a eI is aid w the- 1Sate- alt' -:r 3,-c' %ru- catar rb
1-1 At -tas o ui 'I he 144 eJn O w-U- 4)tit- A M eIim.kte*IA
ri% ILlrLlaast says: 'Col 1 I1therefs a-.- troAt
WI(s *D. o%.a- the L tr r- t1 -.1 a jAfdC'
tsa~t. In 1k cellottieU of r5 l 'I.Co ,ITr I#d-P
&Now is :Ir a ar c tw. 4'a. cc-r-I A ja Al a it 'ea lcs.
ago, Is amA to khaf P-rd iu at 5 -
(Int1rvI cw- *qlahaage *%&I the I ..g i t
04 3lues (C-9 r':.aei g,11 vi i, I e itn b. luood awid
Ohe ago. atIm & t -a aI, 'u They
br. mow v clausm. *I.P1ars -,l. bhL.-hlea J-.6418i fur any
ma be emUv an cO'la,4! Io) IS 1 1 to) Cut*-%eaed for cLrcu-
N @ L C(ol. Wall,- d 4 ~r~iiv A. Aie,'i,-g
mesem Cto saih. l arLY & LA T .Ad..
~ riB. -, i-I -Y
55 .IbIUM baa 'I ')aI W 19Sa

H ole- hill *,7. hil h 1t.-1,r mhli ce\h
era the (,ou .rnors rc*-.""ii enltdst lto,
that cities hbe ll-n ith- right to
,ani.rd their charter-. ha-i h-* n r.-
Ijrted by the coninittet Now let it
!,- Ilaprsed. and end the delay ; camrall -l
by local legislation to -iy nothlnin of
lacing a power where It Ilproperl.
t. lkngt.--P'et -a( Ila Journal.

Baseball Time Again-Good old
sumnimr is coningl. or has conm. Out
door sports should he encouraged If
properly managed. Let the boys play.
run. knock and get off the coni'5att-
ble Inside energy. It will hulp every
member of the family to take an in-
terest ti baseball. The old man can
forget his aches and stiff "Jnts" by
mingling with the youngsters. And
how It keeps the society set from
too much Inside landtgence in games
that take time and allow no exercae
for the Iliving machine, that Il with
us till the end comes. All speak a
word for baebalL-Defoto County

Th e meem of Lit backletoa in
getting o mea to the South Pole has
quickened the Interest In polar re-
search. Water Wellman anounees
that be is taing to make another dash
for the North Pole ia the ditrgible
balloon i which be made a vain at-
tempt two years ao. It is to be
noted, however, that the conditions
will have to be very favorable to
make the attempt possible. Given
those conditions and it is not unlikely
the effort may succeed, but the odds
against a comblnatioa of favorable
condition are so great that It Is
probable the failure of two years ago
will be repeated.

Here and there throughout the
country communities are awake to
the benefit to be derived from a neat
and orderly appearance, and a sort
of municipal bouse-cleaning is carried
out. Under the lead of the city au-
thorlties or some mlsrov nsent .-o-
citty nearly everybody tuIlu out on
a glven day to clean up and imlpro\<-
larks. streets. alleys. squaref. %arant
lots. private lan<. .etc. It i- a gKlNI
thing in more ways than one. It prt
mr l,'te cliic Iride. dvel',,ps lov-e o.
ncatnesas and beauty., ei~nilroes .(ii-
taitlon and makes the vllare or (it,
a far more rtdelraltle lilacc in which
to IlI -

Want advertising i a force which
vsu c'n harne,,s. aId with which you
can drive your plans aid purposes
to any desired desUnatln
^*--^-'*^-!---- ----

be (eoastn. Weegas of Psat Pove.-
at**e Damdruf Germs.
There are many men who wear their
h.ita pnictl ally all the time awake.
atiJ are iblt ed with a hrivy shoc.; of
hair. yet If the sc.,lp of lise saimno men
once became Infested with dandruff
germa. the parasites would multiply all
the quicker for lack of air. Baldaer
would ensue as the Anal resul New-
bro's Herptlcid kilU theme gem and
stimulates unhealthy hair to abundant
growth. llerpclde I a pleasant hair
dre in e as well a a dandruff cur and
coatalu not an atom of lajurious sub-
rtanhe old by leading druggists. Send
)c In stamps for sample to The Ilw
rtde CO.. Detrut. Micl
J. 8. Dodlford & Co.. Special Agents

rs 1. Ge .e Ier .sse.
M,-* Ides. as* 0*%*-""* -t*

G-1 >tas
i ma n. N-ld be 1s e 0
SW *> r es s *
19 541e ill4 sdIMeea A2
I ee el e .g & V 0lldtC I

WA-MiM y u C,, .,is

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Tampa & Jacksonville Rail' i

Z1VFIMvI DEC. i1, 1901.

Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfleld and lo-
cal points South ..................... 10:10 a a

Returning, arrive Gainesville ................ 4:25 pi

Leave Gaine ville for Samppon City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p a

Returning, arrive GaineRville .... ............ 9:30 p a

A. L lGis, 0Ge. Supt.L E. Barker. Tfalc Mrr.

i (J' the Weat and 2(crtar'est.9&

WDixie I cr i-c So; AtAICItc Umited.

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It &AAI' C A I

4 0. m AtA S ai I i( r 4

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12 44.. .Ar l Irre H 1
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Ar bmn n c L L& lie
At. 4,.r r I Lit&*$I P. Iet
Ar 1'arl L .0 N 0 p ru.V
4kr Liaroenwan A N ~p in
Ar Cic&In joi I atNa4p n.
-r LebaisOl e 14I i in.
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E .ne-ra~, i N~. -'ic. ~.Jrt~r~l. iCtI ~ ri
f.% a *% I 1r:.
I rraton -f frt ',.f"A -at r IT t~ A W F-It. t, ID. P. A A. C. 1_IS*1
11tsZ 11ay St.. Jack9Lm i'-.'r &!.y vi.t A t .


Air Line ..w lway


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O)NLY LINE 1p .i.,Ing V al ldian-ig

Jac k "O iviomo e U.) Vt.# Ou ~vall
Per full klnahemna MW ~d lspigmw er"Woat lop'
my Agoet Sbwo er wrft. S. C. OVLSTOJN.
deseral Pemsme.' Aveon%. lee m iss woo
lo l a, ow w,0 i t u b o M a 0 6 0.- -


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vl h,.. C wu "iPth Phc*mrlrFal -eaom aI, 1-r: j ,n,
iL t ,in? r, iS o t i 4 ,?L d U l iM '-r : <:, rl .

I h.G \Z' .,*... .. ...-;' a '. ;.
U Oll--C:.-, ... 1 4U.:4' 1.". .S .

rice 25, 5sc R .' ..
500-02 or"' Second Street, 7T. LOUtI, Mo.
-SrQ --.4 r- corw6msnde0d 1m.




MaciMS for It

Write for Pric, Terms, Etc.

204 Wwet Say St.
W. L. DENHAM, Agent


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TuoEl '.',

thf lr, ftlVl ITN: q4AIlMMYrllP. FP)RIDA, MAY 20, 1909


_____ L'caults almys UI.




The Road Seems to Pe C.v-pg it
Patro-s a Sat'lfrao- Pfrelght
Scirice at Pr.' ',.

Sr is I 5n '. I .>i ltl
I: i liI ,.t'l <'c o i iini~'i '11 .' f,,il'n tln
r. our, o'f *h .h I*'l i i I ., .1:1,I.i
aiid Jnckson il1e r;il\\n :

\ A. liit h. i, .e (.' Ithi.n.

"'( ''i II Ii : n lIr i,' ,i rt of ilI-
***" tti i i t',' 1;T iili .! .la k&ui a il'
raill av i';>< in Ih'. I:'-,.1 :1 io, l 4i '-
toblr of last ) I -t.TtEd th*' mondll-
tion of the track at that time, and
Iuade!' re-o-onindl.nlatiiis i t t v.< r.' no'-
re'*.n! ir to) It t the ;inLllil in axol tIc indi-
I find now t lnt the' repairs to tr .'-
tit.-. thai t t-re b.iivg luatdl are Itearly
all completed. soIme tie rentiewals
have been made and there are a few
ties along the line of road for con-
tinned renewals. The track shows
an improvement in surfaclin at omnwe
places noted on my last trip of In-
lpectlon. and loose track bolts have
been in part tightened.
"Their track would now average In
fairly good condition if the light rail.
with which It is now partly laid. was
relaid with a good rail.
"In my report of last inspection I
gave a statement in detail showing
the part of road laid with this light
rail. and as stated In that report. It
is badly bent. showing a great many
short bends and kinks.
"No renewals of rail have been
made. and until this is done it is.
Impoysslhle to put the track in good
"The road seems to give a sati!-fac-
tory freight service with one train
Ier day. sto'pping at numerousI plae'es
along the line- of roiad n'.'rT freight
Is offered and d-lli1rinii it *'h,' sali
day to connecting l lns. Th,* y di,
not pre-etild to gil\% a pia-s-toig*.r -'.r\

SWeak and unhelwthy kihnevr are re- ROaSRS KNOCK MESSINGER
i pmlnble for much sckne L andmfflting,.
; terefure. if SKII NIStLE AND Til HIM.
trouble aI permitted to,

I continue. PrOnaus re-
suats a r m-~t likely They Then Rode on the Train Into
It fellow. Vuilr ti l at-
organs mlay nedl at- Augusta and Disappear-N- o One
Strtrtion. ,ut vyo r kil-
n Ie r- 't. e"<" on the Train Knew It.
thli Io ,n'rt and --s
S -'- I t latt,-nti a n,
f---- t fTi re, when AI'I;ISTA. ;, MIi 19 Tu r.,!
v',nr kidicv r e- v r .. or tout of orilcrt hf r t he:r I,.: S Ii... rn 1 i- 1
'", t c.inl til Icr ', II \. c,uiict !k yowr ea-
n lr ll r.. voy our A train No 1. :t : W lrr,.i, ll. S t*. ti
lr 1tl ii ;iiil t.''w 6 \Lry orgn" tl out. I st it. p t I i
b. t. t t l8. I l 0 r. i.. l l I il l,
li \ ei O '.t .i'" f fe l 1.%1y." be n \: r,.' .ol'--,e .ne r The,:ias I.. Mut
ti!.in", t'is- yr. t I.lney rtmedy, lIr. o klork d hintm -nl.,-, lth n
Kilmr's -v :" ,-RTw- t. A trial will con-
viu Ce oI0 of, its grT t merit. i '* % a .1. r !; .. I
Thel :iil andl iini:lcllate effect e f aitt- .-hli'tl t hk i b:rtok t-- k ht- k<-
SwamO-Root, the great kidney anl 'thre-w him into an .irn; e.\-,r.-
l l.'r re:.'iv 1v-, is tw l r -ali.l. It ,.
it.iu!s the lii;h .t l-cau it. rmarkabi cht. hlked hnt there andl r
hiat1h t:re:toring t rno,.r'e'i hve 'been -aeke'dl the car ;t will.
Sproven i4 thousYniot the tust distress- 1 1. 11r : i ik;sk.i up at I'r.trin h\ ill
ing cases. If you need a meziicine you 'id il i i t hir oui ,re.- mail
should bare the bet.
So lb dba e fronum Charl. stonm and ('olhnumbia to
.....y-c.t and one-ol- A lgu ta Fi C C Ihlrrell. :;... nt of the
lar sizes. You Mauy B Sioutl-orii KE\iress .m Cli my :it \-.
havea s mple bottles guta. state that the rcordis shom
by mail free, also a
bhet 1 Hthat thel robtw*rr s cured ahout C;*0*l
howto fd ot yo e idy or This is the first time on record that
bladlr trouble. Mtio thi pIper the express has been of such small
whre writ/q to Dr. Kilmer &
Wbel -. trKilmser 0. I amount. The average currency ex-
sibahmbant V. Don't make any mis-
take, but remember the name, Swamp- press thereon is $32,00 to lowMNWl.
Root, and don't let a dealer sell y<'a The robbers rode Into Augusta and
something i pa f Swa Root-i left the train on Broad street. In the
you do yo will be diapposted. c o nO city l n me on oth

lay neeseary to the frequent stops
for handling freight that Is com-
plained of. Respectfully.
"Inspecting Engineer."


*usines Houses That Are in the
Plan Which Will Ilue Voet.
The handsome pianos and diamond
ring to be given away In the Co
Operative Contest will be the grand-
est distribution of prizes ever offered
in Alachua county.
Parties trading with any of the fol-
Illo stores will be i'.lv u onI \ute
ftr every ip'nny rspnt:
G aines.salie Furnhi.rv CoupaIny.
furniiture; Phifer & Morris Co.. clth
iIIK awl futrni.-hliii s: ; ai lC'ti\ ilh< ll:rd
%iar 'C.. ntilaiiblig niid haiel rce:
Mr.' IF T McCornlick. niilllinrr; '.

train knew of the Incident and the
robbery was not discovered until the
messenger was liberated at the sta-
tion. negro porters who were to en-
gage In unloading the express. having
located the Imprisoned man by his
%lgorous kicking within the box.



liHres a square deal for the people
who can't eat a square meal without
after pain and distress.
(;o to J. W'. Mc(ollulm & Co's. to.
day aid ga tl a lwo, oif \lioii ta?,lo'.t :
the' great Ir,:criri ion foir indgl,-tion
and st()lloi3(lh tro nlilch..
Take c tna. or If \.llr i. sffeing i In-
l> r t.-. t'o t.111 t v (' I-r :fit*I i In.:0'

Ice nior' than to carrv isl:., c-i 'ch ciIII ,M. Jlohn oat. drig.- anid zaa.'di ll'- : will7 !1t he elsl e4 d 4,
oith.'r frori-htt train: ttsi co:ech i -wit C. Smillt hrx-u and aad iselr-rv Mr- M H vat a ir.lii'r nl T-i
in cotid rv''l-r. hbot It to nut so tii'ae- I I ryILl-tn. dv prw's and noti'il, S l ;4 1'
the colnmdilots of the- cmach a the' d Ilv'ru & E::rive. grix'.ri's alld fe'' ,, itr '. hat k
~.ttt'r-: C ~sitY l u'. v 1. 341 t iew l a d l-.;..r-. That's %herte- t i jii
_________________________________________ 'jV' V .zniith, ir'-.-!i. nite 315; Craiwi ire'
1010 Ui-, Y i -tlw T t Ia
Sv toi. p iii ; a ofTito-
GAINESVILLE I r4t't 3I!Itit I li:i j-ttli,4 19A g lilur cf Oa aI
l-r~oauIi tIt t.o a 53 I i t u -e'. fa to I-i t tv I I
I II :I "t!" ( 4 I II llI r a 1 tt iI I t!Ife c *I

FURNITURE riII I i i to r
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iV I*Fl I' ; ~i:ATIOUtS

I~tii4.~t'- (u I inI t!ais scetiC.
F I ii-'the White Spre~adid,
.4-10 r 1'ouf+' and Pillowdrr

If' '' '.

tr or m wed vm w
IP dsc~ coluhatad 115 ftr-
'I. %:ttims of t813.51.

hify-puud Cruwtuicik hW
ukes IeOum Motr at 85.45
-rqwr pineS .51. Cal
a 'U 114'

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4, r1 : pt !,i-tS- x f-ill
The Daily Sun. r. I,

vrit. 4 -,4 )1 '' 't .'

Fiora a crlub oI fl\ t. oil* *-rr ,u .(a ia I

tl is(l oi fTor. 1 o'cl<"k i hili AtIc
1I. I1.e1,<4, old >..:b. 'i --r 1I I "o
otle s; n w e ,ule< rll'- rs. ;3..,Celi) !c.t
Folr ia club 1 ofI t 1 p1 lt'~- >'*
script iou I bflore' I' o'cl Aug. 1 19109). olJ aubh.-critcr... r., *.o
votes; lnew subscribers. w5,UUO vot,'r.
TLere is no limit to the niuimb-r o
clubs each culotestant imay cuire'.
The Semi-Weekly Sun.
$1. oue year's subscription. 500

For a club of ve one-year subscrlp-
tkins. .let41O ieotS ..
There 1. no llinit to the Ouiitwr
of 'lubt e'ach c'iat'stlal may so-cure-.

lian c Re;:!. A cure constlipHt loni
ithot.l gi:',tu,. naulg l. nor any
weake-niung e*ff Ask your druglist
fir tlin. "' ca uti per box.
c'-or S iidness.
rFrty ilmen i.d "'our an men s Ia thou-
mud are "tlier lbully unable to per-
ceive cert il.i t clors or can r'oganlas
thbeim no> i lth d:ftnu'ty All alteupts
1o o., rr-,,olw .e l,-r blatldnues by edu
There are three theurtee of color vi-
slua. all of ahi h afe aaed ona he
worlauge of the senaltlve AbrlU of the
later eye.

leWitt's Il.UU Early lRin,

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.I%- if 'oil ~Can'at

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The Klhd You Hare Ahrays Bought, e ad which las bcn
la use Ibr over 30 ?year, hba borne theo naturn of
Sand baa been aItaIle tIa nil'dr llp Iper-
emnial alpervlatlom inc itlp Infirnt,).
444' Wz44 MAloiw no one to dcce I e yoni In t h i.
All Coumterfeit%, Imitations and **Junt-a%-*gool*" are bhut
Experlimentt tlant triple with and endanger the health of
Infants sd Childrek-Experieuce against Lxpcrhltennt

Oirtorin I a harmlessm inbette fbr Cantor Oil, r'9.a
gorie, Drops and oothinrg Syrpl. It i.4 I'kesant. It
eWtalas mettber Opli, Mlerphime nor other Nia-. ~,(
mbstanLe. Ift aie is Its guseartee. IL d' troy:a '.I..'*i.
ad Aays Feverslahmea. It eurem Diarrh*.i anud \ ;..'.
Celle. It relieves Teething Trembles, cure Comutip itti
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Sto mach s BDowel, giving helartlty and salaral slc'..
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tIIIIIIIWinsWin t Used to asmcoal

A Wt mINWen has ~me ek
"soft am"te ebsfWehef PMkmeph
uan md abon winue" s
bte bet ta btin, Sm mea so
4N i oil o e a 4 duaee se
2 so tbtvm ofmlefty. Ol
Palm beadIn tbrtes some
41t doin and heboom e"Whln1
I=Uta meIs I Je ews kwo .of Sbo

Om Um plaimias am Biblial students well
Wow. Thiren c"Isi were eq Ila
MIN S to the prItly trif: thlrteet
p- enrs Omeaded from Aam?.
Smm kb sa SmtS9e hih bbCGOW
j mNo wbmte: onthe1th day ofth
emusIm t ine 0*puperatim fm
INNOW higla.. mad the bwuy tact or
d-u o" thortm srre m01st.
6k Val bmow am allth the ut-
of t wendd were SmInoeore mer
@BnW ppwLt The uss of mw
11 10bmo101 ka the ethr. DutSk
to h ermt the
Mo aIsmA k Aeria yye"
mmp ot Ime Suing uembe!tbumttr of @
OW 9i esad S00 AAMernThe luheb
Sim.m of t eamored in~v *my*
v1JUW maypstrtiuar sme !a the
waftW 7 W bad owe"m time.
4we h~aor tkime te htblee

be 111m0 e chil somutoe'
411dab pa. The Amwe hiwefts
40 11 dupe meb wisha I'tlaI
~ mplur oft-two
w b Viiiam&ima. Thei
aoof cbmifrh tarm..
Q~um put adml wft em wreTheir

o ap s UP am Chkam ofy
= ad mft m ft Cb
rMu au m SIhMe hi a ental.s
S tgs pding w r Am D. .t
-- Sampb mato sad Jobs
-mm =an-d Lwe W Mat are ds
nO I Osel Cat pMi oea.
v heabe e t hemel doer at
ON, W n', OR the 24th day
4 M., a. DO p.S dir gl the eal
b ea tm rbto eh gheb a besd
"ofi wr o i eash, u the elow-
AW iinaugf pWsmel property. to.

S by W. mtn brso, r.nam

Sal ay w la-k ta U -

A- aW oJ Abmr Comay Forid.

v ft "WIN sm oft"
U-l Me always h eti5g scratches,
vo sprales, bruises, hbmps, burn.
W saML ow t glutInt ach thlgb
-hey may rem it, seriously if you
41S Apply Balard's Snow Lainment
iGtlmg todirections right away
Mb ft Wil relieve the pain and heal
he trube. Price 5, 0c and Si.00.
AsM by W. M. Jobhason.
the 4m W K 1 swed s ads. thatm
"No i psY hb e a" t Wil kep
Yes su..O.i as Se aeup o asat aV
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It Re(ltie to the Trwo r -D. 2
the YouWg.
No ainmal or blrd can "et ,;re the ev
tremee of cllmate like mas or i at
kbom Is an manye dinhfre t gi rte of tit,
world. A da1. It I* true. will fol:"ow
mr sanywher. hIt naly whom f.nel
Ssad ter ar pr kied M r ran any
ether 'IMurle uoltat on ucbh varrie
ty of ftod as mnn "rn dltffrt. He ::r
isbe em rwtur. bers irih, 1'*retm.
fra' r *' o a 11
I r : :' <* r I- t ner.n
1 11 i d t r I n I' i i Ird l fl j < l
SwhIll I b'r' Ix re n% aitrniiales o:;i,4:
Starve. lie enm pt k nnts ilth t)h,
m bokey. cntr-bh %lih t h the o I: r fi'?
Sronts with tbh wsitd p'r mait noteq' ,;
wtth tlb ant et er anl rbilnlp>r.
with the eti.Le
And all this I1 d'-t to ru'i's bjsd
Seremu his hntd roluld rr.-'y, an -tti"

Sor a club mIa fm'1 oI il l1 !:1i I :..
I and walked and til';.d iis h.irvd l OFFICIAt DIRECTORY
p wte nt wonderful of all tools I
l twists like a n*w-asky wrensth. Lh.-li* Seat OmIs:
S ikIke a gramptli bhm.k. cralkA Ilk u GoverTafr-A. W. GUlchrist.
p atnfwte.r pik-k I:ke tware.s, tearc Ic
P Ilk foreeps. grls liLe a p* i erphT .
r This brltag o the o t u greIt In. wgr of Itat--H. Cla
m- of Imbelb and enulonwm eeow. Man lrtd TallahJaw *.
S e all to s b hand. Train t chblkrl Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
Sead Ithe answer thb questlnla that bastee.
the brals. whch tbe head bulids. will Tr m Iure-W. V. Kaot, T
I k. Mld ys itob true edralu t -eda- ee.
,I atis at Its best flve chblldrre every AtIr .~M- .
Sef ot head work taln their rtjy la- I- T alaslmo.
IM art anl fur-oad thJl play -In ofA
I ttolrts the dept ad.moI t u ae- Co tor oAr
fl fa ttherr marau -and tha brain de- McUDn. Talbasuee
vlIupmlet wI llor aai as aturlly as 8apt. of Public Intructioo--
We ight fll ws day.--am Francisco Hollowa. Tallabassee.
Chmlpniel ProMdet of the seuate-r. m
--" on. Miami.
iM et the Ceiminals.
A Nrtlag to h CbM ,rw mbod of C
Clrmisi presetlrs.s a mus I respoe- C k ad Aditor-S.
ble for Tie riwer ay v are co- hr an Audltor-0 W
m1ta pirm ly. but If the chooses to Gainesvillie.
eaepe jlstIck by rising awayj for upLt Public lastructio-Dr.
the plr wmer tih dd was commat- Kelley. Ga(neeville.
teO theu the mnr e lt muemlbe of bi Sberfft-P. G. Ramsey, Galaes
hrmeit fhlly are beld sad paU County Judse-H. U. .Maaso.
6aMJ s ftthe real culpritt T this l.
may em a etrage way af attraacti T e -W i .
th ral erimlal ek to t he a.s of ll
i pme, bet t appeals to tb he Dll.
Ssoe ofe the a' periti W. ltla W. a D
matue. According to their retalgon. thee iG svile.
wma who forakes his parents wher In Treaur-. D. Matheso. (
pel t will find his soul Illing around illle.
thrnmgh ladIe witbhot cerat ofr Co- Supervisor Regitratlo--J.
paw ftr all rerult.v ly u iew of thi. Grew. Galoneville
vmuplliane with the law Is vcry prompt. County Commlslomers-Joh
.';r Johb ('hlilanl does tot can to Dampier Chairman Hague;
take the desper tebhanco. Townsend. Campvllle; J. W.
A Ha Archer: Cha. W. Summers, Tr
s A 0ae O. P. Casn Osleoville.
Is too trd to a sd oa if h Nembers School Boa -
has to walk te oor every nht with Weeks Cairma, Hawthorn;
a crying Ibby. Mcee's BabyEliir Moody LaCros G.
will make the child well-sootbe Its Tre.,o.
serves, toduce hbelthy. normal slum. -tate S atr-. H Mc
her. Beet for disordered bowels and ie..~k
srou *l- ^-el teethinse ble.
m r stommwb- teething bl b ,I Mambersl ouse-Syd L C
am It. Plas t to take, ure. and ; T. A D
rle, cotala no hartal r nvlle; T. A. Doke. Snta
PrKe 2, and 50 cents per bottle. 8old Ciy Offers
ty W. M. Jota son. OOr
y t. J Mayor-lloratlo Davis.
Our. ,. .r. NMarshal--Il. T. Arnow.
"X'.V. holpptl ,:m-t i''" .iail hit Ta At es. .(cor -- .\! I'rjdi.,i
wife I*. 'Iil' .1) "'I ,'fI;t ,..?:d th;,: Tax Cdll-e tor--T. II Ellis. Sr
pller nmty .l, *.r Cle'rk anil Tr,.-aur,.r J Max.)
All rit:lt." repIlitd her lcls.i0sd I t(' y Att(rne. -Iit 1 : ia is
know a flIt we iCa i g-*' that, is $71 Ikard uf Ahhld.i i --(; K ltr
cblanpr tbanthis II'rt. idit. S .1 it~irz .it. ii I.
"Well. I should say not. If we mu I.\e ,
Into that the si.eirghlor would Ibiuk
we couldn't afford Io stay where we I'.d. A (a
ase."-Detront Fr Prel. loard of Puubli Works-H. E
I lor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton.
A Uttle want ad. wUl accoaplUab tary; IP button E. J. Hard.
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"Is It really tre." asked M! w '
lU. "that you're enll tmgcd Mr Ili:.

"It Is." calmly reclild Miss L'uu
"My.", exclulamd Mlib Ch was a great caut'h"'
'*I LtI yur pardon." retorted t',
other haughtil:y; catchc ber."-athb ll
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Cowersn te OittUId. Brots.
TiUe; o Ik Cs-ala and I*.f
yand; wvvt to Snu snee Ri. K
Wv; wrth t AlwChus. High
md Worthinstan SF.vinv,,
Cetllar 9 .ad all inte red.

sr'1c`, lAW-MI~l) 551 p"'w
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lot Owe Prim.

East Fimisda epheweCo
Th e L awDb n p ie II

The Ariatocrat among the
4) 1 C r-
Not ar s ber vi U to crodit~ws. j whiskies of the Old Skhool.
tee-. dihtrib'l.'% dI aI Imoitwa bartav
iw %4) dcmsNl. a&or4in'a*t 1 C 1atate of
i'ho Wp r,0 h I. oleeCeh "%C to) pree t
hevu al Ioita, t woo ar% to the uate, le uI Without a peer.
La u r' Wi ,idmaon fM tihe mtnoerieo*g'JW
rlANNKI HOWA 1) ('H A'%E
Fi, e*it.r It 'It. I.-at W1i1 'a -,d Tt.bawet ut
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f k^ -kbi K1
Itr di? bdib 3 Imdws_ ...
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Ap'maj~ w-e h |ave a partial dii- ea d pbye aa N
t~rtvmw% have he a Mn it"@e.. at al a
= 1y Ir -m aerwes or Kodl a Dperfect digestsr.
eL dIapepa slt ed aud you M me Kodidestlamovery
A 1 ha e act ems abo to cre IL article of food, of all kinds, lI the
UN Kodl -ad prae havItOn glUass testtube l or labor&oI
BIaYOU y would know tio jSt Ju wsl
r0wm Is esubjet to tldlo as we do
gMS. kMhm derosemeout follws Nature aud Kodol will always
86= sm b. "1sft as sa Sral y care a sick tomach-but nl order
MI a I w y- a B mound and to be cured. the tusuAli uiut rc t.
'Ulr 1-I r t *pon to That 1s what Kodol doe--rmts the
S F Kda L stomach, while the stomach ires
w o eporie urMes well. Just M ple Just a t, C.
f Iu-m, bekiuag of g and a Guante
- Mlag ~dl Mated -en at oo. OWu Cm mt
t 1 s a the pit of the o to your ,rurr.,. ,,o'.r a, a,.,j ,
burn (IOCalled) 0 .r I*t Jr&,u 1 .i ..
ruefta he-ad4ache, dullness or .'-*o I., i. a. .. ,.u a.
erate tlrUd fetllng-you na-d K '
4 AId then the quicker you tak .. .. .... ..
K dolt4hbe better. Eat what yoiu t., ,.
Want. Iet Kodol dipest it. ..
Ordinary p*&sln 'd.Pbipletia tah : IL,. a la. e r l
ts." phytsc e tc are r t likely n u. '
to bo O amuc h bent fit to, i,, t'i i I I. to i t '
gesCUvt e 0ats. P.alis ,I ulity ta.. a.t4 l V,. .* .'
SPA'R BJALLE l A 1 1-- ." 0,,

Noti'c It ho reyhf I esin that under
Sind l, tlIrtie of a fl uli d.'cre. of fIre,
(locuilt rend, red bIy the Judge' af the
circuit Court of the' F:lhth .inolitita
'ircult of Florida. on April 9th. I.'1.!
wherein Jouns. Maynard & Jones, ar
complallnants and J 8. Came.ron, dei
fectdant. the undersligned S|'-clia!
Ma-tier thereiu n hatmnd ill offer for
sale at public outcry. to .the bighoat
and I-ast bidder the're.for for caph tb b
fo,re the cotlrt hi(li- door at I(inesil
\ille. Florida. I.-tI.-iiae the. legal hours 4
of .;ale on Moindla. June' Th. l,'.o. the .
follok, l d.scritl-d l| r.-onal i roil.rt. I
toiw t1

IFi%%- litad cowi niara% % 'o s ,ioule ps
miaid u;.ue'r lholita lit-11, a cirs, and P,
tie I oI I-',
f~','telieo .a r % :3 of
S C Vaniiieui de-fetilatt. to Prfltf%
s.risl ol~r~ a1 isac!A cSmil

Hel, Ito otr f~r ( esli ~l~i.a st at

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One of tho met valuable features
Of our aervi~n to our subscribers and
It the public generally, Is our oonnuc
tien with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
TrtegraMp Company and the other as
elated Sell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance line In the even States in
which we operate and in addition can
lnect any telephone in our system.
with lines extenoang to any other city
n which a *ll Telephonme system is
Those long distal,, o...a4 are of the
noe modern and Improved construct
tion and are maintained at a high
*tat* of officoncy. The oell osyteme



operating various aetieas of the
country, are uniform In their *eqip
oent and In their methods of spea
Only by reason of this olose trafi
arrangement between the Sell Toe
phone companies is it pesible to go to
a Sell Telephone almost anywhere,
ask for "Long Distance" and be put I
communication with almost any point
n :t.C CJuaiamy
Thir vast network of wire, radMla
ing throughout the nation, Ia used
daily in commerce and for social pIP
po0ts by the banker, the farmer and
stizens in all walks of life and our
iiant here to an Important link lI this
great cha;n.


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Itf od re mostI sliaply bte-s tho flesh wa udised at that
PIrtculIo spot. it weall h as e. y matter to apply soe* re.nedy dircty
to the place taut woull kill t prms; or the die-sed fls might be
moved by a surgicl operation and a care efeted. But the vry fact
that old smes resit eewry to-a of local r external treatment, and eve
setur after bslng k away. shows that back of then Is a morbid cause
which must bo remove before a cure can rult. Just as Ioni as th"
PFlhutkin -rtiTlnns tI' tN" hb-wd. th" u!. c retm ,l;:i n t "oIf. .
arpeit oft ::'..r. iv, !-:h the circulatia n throw.4 o,. F'F S .rr 011 S! *
by p',rlf-tnt: l, lroo It ram iee evTer trnirA of In *^ n-:l talc 1 i
ti cirtl.,t :- an. I t i : co.nplytely does away with :' < e t *. % .. '
l8. S. has (Ilan.-'t tae blood, theo ore begi;s to he .1 a::d it Is r.:t a
F'irfamc cure, but the healing process begls at the bottom; soon the lis-
chaLr cases,. the inflammation lMan, and the place Uls in with frm,
bhlthy flc*h. Under the purifring and tonic efects of 8. 8. S. the system
a but t up, and thoes whose health has been impaIrd by the drain and
Swrr of an old ron will he doubly benefltod by its use. Book on 8ore5
M' lr and ay medical advice free to aB who write.





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Universily Gity.

Flrst-lass sewerage system.
Two fertllaer masafactcrie.
Five Ire asurame. aftees.
Two livery and feed stable
One crate and basket factory.
(One Elks' Club reading room
Hardwood Manufacturing Plantl
Aaricultural Ej.tlriment Station.
Florida Winter Ilible Conference.
File dressmaking uitabllihn.ents.
National Odd Fellows' Sanitarium.
Three undirtakling establishments

Gainesville is conceded to be the Two of the be t hotels In the in
most enterprlslng as well as the most terlor.
tbealtlful city In the Intfertor of Flor Two wholc.ale grain and fr .1J
Ida. It It atd Iln t i. '1 y c('* lim r Ltors.
of the State. half? a) l,. .* i t i!: At I T- )whole-ale xgr'4ery estatl-h
lantic anid (;ialf ('Coaest .;4 n,.
aiand (tl ll ich Irtillt) .i- a1 ,tihl. i a'*r *ha i ha- n.a !e t(;aP l l' i
of il'l icliK a git a( : i o V i'j fa I .
in *th Ie-art of it, i ;;r, Ti.,. rli,' t opl'ras hot' e in the ni'
1lih,)-; ate ,;.1l nl d u -t s- : I ,, t.. .. ;. Ja c -, :a al..I
has it 1 -t d a ( ,c t i, 1 ,i't ;. *,* 'bu-I ild!ni s on i to "
.n the .' etlflt e vha ih ar. i 'U t to l n oif t i i it. l i i ,< .'h in: !! I arlietit r. nin 'ons plastferers
ard i o i-i t. t ; i ,-r ,.i- al :i ., r- niachinists and l.-
ll". *t i" h i h :,la.,,' ." *. ,I .l !."r t,,ir ," .r n ', i alhli'e .
btalit aid plei-nrt. Ali li.itiM! .1 .M>oro. nilles of paved streets aril
ailiantaitg. c('iliab iIt ; ;r,1 r.i. sidewalks than any othV!i
Io iad ti i ;,te .riia. n < ..-l:.Lpllltalii tows liin the Interior of the State.
citizenwhii, are a.ur. to' aliakit a lig An8 05t.w0 court house built of brick
lity. and stone-a beautiful structure--and
There are many attractioncs the lawns, flower beds, shrubbery.
In cloos puxihlit) y0 trilt' (ty. soIc of Confederate monument. etc.. surround.
which are Alachua Sink. Paine's i n it. make It a most attractive plc-
Prairie the Il-vil' .Mill IIopper. War- t,,.
r nl' Cave. and Lake Nealnan, all of
which are reached b) private couvey BUSINISS CARDS
S|'rilg Park Stock Farm. the larglet
and finest live stock farm in the State, TR. DR O. S. WALDO,
ui only eight miles *sat of the city .
and Is rewhbed by a good hard road.
afording a most pleasant drive. -DENTIST--
The farmers of Alacbua county, of
which Gaerstlle Is the county seat. Brham lulnIb, Wst MaI street A
live at home and board at the same l6 Ml a 1. Al Lafm D.I
r.ace." The temperature is ery uai-
for scarcely ever reaching the nine-
twe in summer or the twenties In DL "DWARD CLAK
winter. The population of Gaineville
os aboct eight thousand. repreeatla in lON T,
early every nationality on the face
oa the earth. ad trangers always
meet with a hearty welcome Oaees ti Oraha Buildie ovr
The University of Florida or youn Sal ders Barte's torw. Phao
me ad the Natogal Aricultural Ex- No. 354.
percent staton are located within
the corporate Ults of the etty. In
act. Gafeavlle has so ralny things ID 0IsvILS -. MO IIa.
thtlt we Ist beo par ed It we omit
a *. u. U ain the following ea r- .rDE TIT.
atlma o: what A 0....
Oalnewlle Mas:
One artist Os-1 ovn eainesvie NatioJ as.a
No salon. Pns .
One garage.
Four hotels.
Four banks. J. t. A1.11k) Ak:..
Four datries.
One foundry
Water works. i ;
Ten churches.
One gas ,lant.
Two tin -bops. Ofie over i at"i a WIL mae
Three bakeries. P"~o ISO. Glenevillle. Fi
Ten phy lciaL'. --- ----
81x fruit stores. TW E. BAKER,
Tao ganrniit-ihs.
Six reQtaurantl. ATTRNErY-AT-LAW,
One aietel -tore.
1:tard ut Tfil,-. .. dOLICITOR IN C HANCikY
Blr drug tores.
Fonr Phoo -hopos.
Slate I a iier.ity. AIN6LEVILL&,. A&asboa Co., i,
Ma.onuik Teiille. Otflee in Hs)ymani nlrlchk
Twfi'y lactr.. ---- -
'o i,. : .t hop'. ERIINA iL L.. IK.
Four oiitractors.
One hiic. l.e .-hop. AT'.!RNEY ATl LA .
pa-fba!'l 'la:.'clild.
Two ie fa;ctorles. QAIB3VsILL-. !"h F it..
8l xl\l-:;c achhools.
()ln \;iitv it store. Can iell I,,.r saiy property. (lun.
ii,. i ijw< library. pruove and udnliproled), phosphat,
1To ) I% '!( works. traekirg and farming lands. Band hin
Tix, a l;.I!T, ni ills. list of what you cfer for sale. 2142
Tiw ra't olres. -
S*l I:il .r ards. A. CAK I
()h. nil:' t i i(irk J .
Thr.- v,;. i it..ith-. A1TI)kUREY AT I.AW
Thr..-' vc, d yard.s.
Fi\e d. rltal r)oomt And olhettor in qouit)
One \exp I -" ,flil" --
Free mail d.llii.ry. Re Esitate, Counvet ainegl and ties
Four beef markets. eral Practice. All business promltl)
Eight t.:.r!,. r -o;i attended so. Oflee next door to BO
Tv 1,lt '., -4 hii-l.. oflee. GarsiTILLU. Flboara. I
Two mwlAi holt t.
A tel'lhoni' tvtt rl. RANK CLARK. THO. W. IK.AL,.I',
Tao hab-rdila-hcrleis.
Two ab.travt otflces. CLARK & FIELI) IN !
Four l.r,'--iigi clubs.
Tao i alahinia < shops. Ishoyerp
Two botHlinag works. LWy
Six boardi.,g houses.
One Catholic church. I
A military company. *- .- i I ...i, ... ...
P~478 am ma ll C t t

Three )ewelry stores.
One phosphate office.
One Chinese laundry.
One Christian church.
Two steam laundries.
Two Advent churches.
Ous daily newspaper.
Two hard are stores.
One female physician.
Fifteen gro( ry stores.
Five laptiat churches.
Three f tuitlre stores.
One cold storage plant.
One weekly newspaper.
Steven dry goods stores.
Three cold drink stands.
lnt- tlct r!ti illh IIlant.
Three blacklnllthb hhops.
Three railway *y.lterni-.
Eigbt l.-ni.tulent orders.
Tw pl'li -,pal churches
uI'lted States land office.
One chemical laboratory.
TtIilateei Sunday schools.
l"To eterinary lurgeon*.
One Presbyterian church.
Two elgar manufactorles.
rour ral estate agencies.
Volunteer fre department
Several lumber companies.
Three Metbtdist churches.
A bras band organsluaton.
Two phaot rapeh lkls.
two movIg picture *w.L
Florida Wintr ---.

Ofices Over Gainesville National
Bank. Gainesville, Florida.
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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchants ai The

Sun to Citizens of Achem Croty!

Each Section Gets a Prize!
Co0Oest to Cloe August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading business home
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianoe and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. Thee
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
The pianos will be purchased from the A. R. Harper Piano Co., Jacksonville.
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.

h *iil sl Will embrace the city and suburbs and be con-
1T uri nsvui t l fined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOND RING.
Eastern aId SaOuuthe SC'ntiu Will comprise territory from Fair-
asten and Serbanks all points east and from Ro.
ehlelle all point ,south-VWaldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Campville, Micanopy,
La-P \V'i-w. 'I':,oe,.a anI11 all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

t a I Will compri e all stations from
Western and Northern Sect on l..e to igh springs, Trenton,
Waiinle, Wilcox, Bi-ll, Newlierry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered
hy this nrea. ONE PANO.

How and Where to Get

- Votes
The fol!'lwiig merrhaint will give one vote&
for every cent iaid into tell establishmentLtsi for
goods which they handle:
Gainesville Furni*ure Company, Furniture.
Phifer A Morris Co.. Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson. Drugs and Meeicines.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wl ccn. Dry Goods and Notions.
Saunders A Earle, Groceries and Feed Stuffs.
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
P. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Brown House, Meals and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits. Etc.
Eddins Mgf. Co., Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertilizer Co., Fertillers.

$1.25-ThreI months' subec

Where Vtes
Ballot boxes will be
(iienlts of the 11i rchaelt.
Rliu uoie. V'ottei t.ent I
to the Vo,tln Contest
Lu~a.ieAille. Florida.

bMy k CuM
found lr the establtsb
giving votes and at The
by uia.l I uIt be dirctt'd
Dpartlment of The Sun.

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living to
Ala;h .a coli my bho is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by same reputable
erio.on to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro
prictors of the abovenamed ars are eligible to
part iipate In this coatet, sad will participate la
no manner.
3. In the evest of a ml'an-ertandlang betwes
candidates or others laterested la this test.
such controversy may be referred to the ear-
doctors of contest, who aloe are twhe per
quall ed to render deokala.
4. In the event a e sCadid a deue ms wIM
draw from th race, sh candidate wti at be
allowed to trafer votes t the cred t o aI e er
candidate th emt-

"Y babinrlbems eW~ 5sbUs
zriptiotn ..... ... ........... v4700 "toe

$2.5-Siz months' subslr;pto ........................ 1,090 v
$5.00-One year's ,ubcrioi ........................ 3,500 otes
For a club of five one-year subscri'.ti;.is ('' '",.. .- ;l'". ).. 30,000 votLe
For a club of ten six-month' subt : options (,'.:;, .; ). .30,000 votes
li. n A A j- II lw) "

1,500 rt
4,500 vot
35,000 vote
36,000 votes

Tlhire* i.- l o limit to th lillidils-r of ctlihi each coittallitt may etCare.

$1.00-O year's sobicriptiU ................ ................... ..... A00
For a club of fiv one.year subroriptions ............ ................... 5,000 vo
There is no limit to the Ituiliiter f Of lubi eaoch contietant may secure.

Soliciting votes by edidates ar frie swithil the sti
distrib tivet Issdesir b tby Wp rdtre
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idrWW it ovet. W. L Dombom
Gat Aegmaisted Withb bu Ribbon
lem e a" weae" r ofts the Rel
PluM Plaems YTl lbe good friends
at --141mat I n
The.Omlsmmvlle DIakrvis new pre
-s t I ,f- yn 7 with pwe m,
memo. or heer foss freak teste
mdm sm-sPh... ITS sad reft ei

bmI warry aboutmurgtting bank
ra ha- esms we serve mal worth
$1 flIeU but esar mmd ejy them
ml "t aTom#r yaour laY lds.

Ches J. 3. W m. a welkow. tray.

ml El"o i W* I sMlilag a- f P fllthka. was wrlagt
SLI@to ig aner Ge The the teae is this ety yesterLd. Mr.

md- G naw Nwa&b b GI a'

& ---t Iaed wa especte

u s dP. -e.- -em.
akt m om be saM, s ew is
MOm mMAy mto a bt a
fw Wm pleas. Mra T. Mt

as Ut of l tw m*
Mhes at the Hlsh A hsoo there W
90 be s- har practie at the
OsainpmIchach se Thursday. but
Id uaetly requested
to t-ed- lma siay evarlag. as
tver la IsMgeas eof importance to

Wih a desir to beep up with th
bM Nislhtabs ran M, d the trui
ad seamlseery mmn ha hislaMed
is his aO store, Eamt LUate. treat

She peartrmed. Nicholea tI a
ais when M comes to moder
bamn meth do.



Au1Lsi leave Mller A u VijJe da ly
anode 44da a 10:30 a. W.Rsalvnin..
Nowbein 2t 2A 3u me A C(X)'

ar. $$1 60


11gire is asrammttag a wholesale
pakIss bse Jackealmtle.
The ait viated the homa of Mr.
md Mrs. W* ia hday eve*
Ig. lmealM a aIw S I The ttle
lilr is L el a0 a -. the nWestom
home. ul A lsri elatm coagratu-
-al o"
IWO0t0e- Softa to est asblock
by W. L & .Gine; aMdowabor. els.
tma Ughts, sewrae sbat h. ad all
Iauderas onveamseas. Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCvrery or Sa oie.
Mrs. M. E. Fiacb, who has been in
Jacksmoavlle as a guest of her daugh-
ter. Mrs. T. R. Sweat, for seve-ral
weeks. writes that her health ii
greatly Improving, which will Ix.
gratifying nfonuation to her number
ous OGuineville friends.
MiseeP Price of Hawthorn. Melto)
of (Campville and Shawl of Waldo.
have arrived la the city. The., younlA
Wdles came for the purpose of takiinr
a coirs in Mrs. McCorumick's Milli
nu'ry school, and eixpet to remain
here two or threv nonthr.
Among the prooiuent visitors to
thi city within the opat two days
was Hea. Z T. feaily. a large prop-
erty owner and ,4' nge grower of
DeLead. who came oa busine-s on-
nected with the I'nted Stat laud
voice. Mr. eillby Is also a politician
of mote, being oae of the leaders of
the Republican gartv in Vlow. 'le
has bun a member of the cit cs.n-
cll of IJkeLnd. but recently r.. .jcd.
with others otiag to some dissatll
faction. aratis over the proposed
charter amendments of that tu*n






deepest sad with little or no dil

8 V Ilrctk. forut-rly of his city
but siow rt-.elW Itis it St AdA. I' iii
w ler t. L 1. I,-01'; a It oi jts .e 11.1iti~lut
still tOw- 11A .. I S111. 1 t'00111'.11 % I6
l o,--'%: I t I t !. he-r
M pIu. %I '5 Iit ok -1 c h r A% '.nUO

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SThe growthof this Bank is proofcon-

clusive that its business is being con-

ducted in a manner highly satisfactory
to its thousand patrons. We would

How to Save

Paint Bill.

-L^ mL tfis m
Sd.L ou.. da wIs pma m ,.
aL i-. Wst wml siure cra.. -
Sa" mJ u- sa- *a"t y
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C m At mad PAIef

S*esiMi Miny Sot teas
ror the Irot timne tn se, ral moth
'thls seiaon *a, listed It a refre-h
ing rana Tue.dl" a'ft.r" .i wt,tl
t only eool ied the ti-rat-ne but
;prtved of great bea*fit to the parch
ins r-rle. wbhkh *en,-l to inn*,.
dlately take no new li'*
This rali di I. t ."
ij." *' r 'l I ;"

frrmi Hagul- and -'4*1 .t '* t" t ,"
Ieff-'t that a rod raii. l-d th.r.
while Micanoy a.d i,%i::'ft *r t '
r,-'re-hlna sho,, *r.
The rain cani jut at t.r i.tror
ttIe. as the farmer In t!* !srtfion
visited were Pafftrin grI .at r. % (rnc;
the dnurltt

M-dd Ai Vial Establish Auteobile
UWin That Progressive To n.
Ma-dde Vda. who expect so-m
t opas a garage la this city. have
aMgmrated a regular schedule be
tw-e Oftaeeille and Newberry. the
lrst trip belag made Wednesday with
I great ess
The aebsfule i a convenaeat on
1vils Gla-atleW at 10:30 a. .
daily except Smuday. and returnlai.
leaving Newberry at 2:30 p. m. The
ruI Is ade In a Ilttle more than an
hoar l a big steaamr ear. and the
emat-ece aforded will no doubt
make the route a popular one.
Am aanounre#nent of this new
sanr"ie wlt he foeud elsewhere ai
The Se.l
The aptist Law mm e.
Th lawa fete given under the
auspices of the Ladles Aid Society
of te Pirst Baptist church on the
rth side of the qare yestlday at
teroom and last night proved a most
enjoyable and successful affair. In
the evening, through the courtesy of
the GalUesvle band, delightful me
ase was rendered and greatly enjoyed
by all prwest.
The Idls served Iee cream cake
esady. ete.. rom the sale of whlh
they reallled a neat sum.
The mt Is nader obligations to
the ladles for a repast of delicious
eream and cake. which It is seedles
to add was highly appreciated

rPuling the Depreseles..
A force of workmen were engaged
Wednesday in filing in the delre-
skonm on the varieoa streets mad b)
the rain of Tuesday afternoon.
While this action will afford tenipo
rary relief. It i- conceded poor -con
oray. and it is hoi-ed that swme way
may be provided by which the ttre.ets
ay be paved with more tulwtwititfa

If Y)u -X1(-'l to get the original
('arbolizd W'it(h Hlaz.l iSalc,. %you
iiust be sure it 1. IN.\\itt'I (arboliz* I
\'itch tHal. I l t-e. It is g( d for
4 utsL. burned and and I i eSik'
cially good for pilel*. ltRlfuse ubhlts
tute'. Bold by all drugKKhts.
Attentklou i called to the Ud \r
tllse *l-lt of ('. i ('oe-r & ,Soli
which aip<-,ar I h ti.. i.)-.ue- Thi.-
'i'i, rlirJlsi llriia ai ,- ;.it.ti'nI iou ol
thb :aaiidioui tu thi.;r engr": ,l ta
tionery for weddiKgs anid other o-
cial functions. and will b-. pIleaaed t(
submit aunplhes and pirics
Dr. J. D. Watkins. lr. H. L Moat
gomery and J. II. Alison. three perumi
neat citlens (of Micanopy. were visa
; rs to the city )>sterday. The trio
ranie up In Mr. Alison Cadlllar ra
chlne. making good time Thil ma
chine is equipped with a thirty horse
|i.wer engine, and lo'es through the

C. .. F. 1I ('L ITH. ('aihIitvr
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l&rrh larel. but o adveullw

every word over ems ila r te as
--a _--ma -a 0 avw for ~itee-

mation leading to recovery. F. H.
WANTED-For the summer. by a
couple without children, one or two
furnished rooms near the U'niver-
sity. Address M." this office.
MOHR & SON. St. Peterlurg. Fla-
We wallt eggs poultry. egetables

Miss N. Nont

kW*s, Books, Statioooer)
Sanuin SW Picucs
IaUPlcurFra ... A

tr tul ~tI *1
ma~rubsnrl stN.L11

The read. PMe and Cake you
eat should be nutrlt'oes. The
inest Sour, mixed with pure
rich mlk and baked in the
Purity fasbion." make our
goods the most dellcious It s
possible to produce.


Phme 1I RI. T. Set afer, Preo
^d* 3Im be klli h Tmfr

and truit. Are in touch with tl. Fs e
Gevesfee yJr*" enperteree. m el-
cery best markets of the Souti'. work doe Your patresee w iedYu
-- .- Sh" ...s door I* to i 'k lb W. UW. enr S.

FOI nrmT.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
Ive roam ottages i South Gaines-
ville. Apply to Coffin Factory office.
FOR RNLT-Flve-room cottage on

Brang lI your lame horses and
mules and have them treated-have

black next to square; city water, theirr teth examined and sharp cor-
electric lihts. bath room and all ners dressed down. Long projections
modern eo nlenieces. Apply at thisL cut off and decayed molars extracted.
411iv' -i Office, Magnolla Hotel Phone 55


WANTD) Muen to learn barlw-r trade.
few wrcc-k required; t-st imayingr
work within the reach of poor nian.
can have sholip ith maill capital.
wages from $12 to $20) wevkl woni
derful demand for barbers ('ata
logue mailed free. Moler llarbter
College. Atlanta. Ga.


'01Rt ALE
copy and
DU..- -M-.

Typewriter ribbons, both
record. 7; ceats eak.

sun ome.
*)OR SAL.E-Corner lot 100x2it feet
.-f West Mala St Lorth anul !, oun
iary St.. next to Jeff Keodrick
Will sell at a bargain and as eas
twas Apply at Sua oae.
QUICK RESTORATI C for lost masn
hood. atlisfat tlon guaranteed or
moaey refuude-d. c per bottle
BoM h b W M. Johnson

m- Md 0

Tuner and Rebuilder

jmtiniar iA, t. l nr ProIuptlj a il A'l
Work (iuaratitteUl.

I v-,.., I lA ll': a",i('o.
1,10-14-11 A Rate"




At Mrs. McCormick's Millinery Par
era. West Sida Court Heuse
Square, O wville, Flerida.
A eosmllete a d Lorreh eore or isatrie
aO i t h Arst f NuflMer Delta sia UI b
biL by Mmr. MoCrmek. who 1i a gradual
L UL AirlDe AlO tl Course uin fr a
two*e tee es'Lh-. Ra. eroIeilblie For
%i6l& Pc lil or aUrem "Ma. I. T F.-T
CAaLC 4alirOat rIl. Vuarid


First National Bank

( '.II ita .$11 Mt',INl4 1. IN

Surplus, $i;4,(ltwt*(ll

't', ts~e I* .t- I 'd is f .1* 44 I Me it ie -t ir ii.-Isoo-A l g l
'Ati t- -r a;, I I -r I I ) -
I' l' 1, \' i.*11.. ~ "UR 'AVIN1111) ~ s% 11F.PA12 ME\ I'III1I11

I I sr % ". [re-p

FI '. Tayi~r, t'aoa~erl
tee(mral~iva,, APl (g- .1

appreciate sorme of your business.

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We Give Votes



The Eddins Manufacturing Co.




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MY I' E I It, IA 1.


p I ~ ~I i aJ 'st- it -.' d r. ; r t s c




b -d

Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday





II a IKJol of ter oWn blxA ritor ,-
S.lou* of the allf of her .travi-.i ,,s

rate form. Mrs. Julia 1. Green.a
W. LA Bed ey ud Trby Ostee. md to Serve .a old r.b cralln o;er her tro.-t hn P D S nM

T t de Tw is i State r eM af her hone on Albion street. East
_____________ ewias lle. about moao yesterday by
T grocery boy. who had twice before
The mornn session of the Circuit a care of murder In the Irt de called to gt her order for the day. TALLAHASSE. May 19.-D-bM mdusee ope days ar M e
Court Tuesday was a most limpresslve agree; you have been convicted of Why the brutal asalt was commit- one over the general pasnl MU a the meashi
and pathette one. when William A. maslaughter. Have you. either of ted. or by whose hand. till remains .sorted by the peasluas- sm--mulide. eWr M hNm g M
iexley and Truby Osteen. the young you. anything to say why the -a- a mystery. as the woman I now lying pied early all of the merolg mso a St's p -ee8 N-dal l eI&
white men tried for the murder of tence of the law shall not be passed tn an uancome couse od e lt with a to of the Senate yesterday. Ther' l yweymad Ie M *m
W. H. Moreland. a traveling man, upon you' fractured skull It the eauty hospital. vasidweratk of the amesare wm* as t dMl mr ive a vlg.
which occurred In July. 1908, and con- Attorney Breme I Their Belf. Immediately after diacoverlta the brought to a co e ilo.s a d- Galy Mr. fa p iI 2 1
licted of manslaughter at the pree- Before the defendants had an op sad plight of the una rtutate woman. went over to today. The pIdmelp ebangleg tmhe p~ya89 i
eat term of the crt were sentenced portualty to answer. Attonary W. 8. the young a reported the matter *ha e from the preaet law r i a that A atam Ma -a 8~
to a term of ae yar ech at hard a ese the r. Hespoke to Pollemen Grooms and Harrison. the provlise o Uthat emly ar iinsS W l iM t w
labor la the State penitentiary, amid for several moment and so attet- who visited the seeme ld carried ing leeo the a h 6. 0W *th It atel oab od be d
a crowded court room which wa lye wre his barer that his remark. the woIma to her hase. Police tat a ape mal property 0 ha w11 Si1a M1 a d111
made the more Impressive by its s had evident effect upo all. Attorney headquarters was then commauncated ceive pe oss. Chairm atn eh ao hfspee ia i 1 a
lence, as the spectators, some friends D rome spoke feelingly of the youth with the abilla ce mit to the the committee expreeed tihe beet of the
of the defendants, others there of the defendants. touched upon ir- scene and the woman removed to th that the penuao tax coeld be Md pai rg h"-e t b
through ere curiosity, awaiting th the cuta danrtgc thee hospital, where Dr. Joyer rendered down to 4 mile under the rfv eed vtera s he pnaed admI 0 lob.
sentence of the court n a suspense trl. referred to the past gond cba-- medical attention. law. If I -i a--pted umelamed. ai re is l-. a me l -
which caused a minute to seem like keter aq recd of both parties. r- About the house was found tracks Seeator CriM bill wih &Ib design twe a day ader t gpm n. lU
five. m!aed the urt that th came I from which lead the police to believe that ed to cover all defets I the pre hep that ar t- pMi --- W b
The Prisoners Arrive. ood families. and inconclust oo made someone had chased the woma from eat pure food Rad drug at, was. Pa pa. ea MBlibta"e o bee M"
rtee -house. Smll e farlaleh.rnd In clbntle e made aragth morate- -- Sear.
The young men. by order of the an eloquent and pathetic appel tothe -hous. Maoly cplit'ng r ad el by the lerte durnl the morin. to er.
court, were presented in the court the court for leakeney strikna the terrible blow which rem- gae Pree After beIar t
room shortly before 11 o'clock. They Both prisoners replied to the que deed her auncouiei. 0 mtO of01 Seatr IMassey. ti lr he
were neatly dressed as they have tion of the court h they had always A thorough lave .a ws a easte proceede to the essaMlerato
been throughout the trial, which was protested their innocence and still In the house but wst te mo ey a Mbils tMrd redtm. s a .g
evidence that they came from good did so. as'nr the court In passing was found there showed that thes- aSento Bmil No. t. by Dayjtm-V in iw -a_ l
famllles. In the cot button-hole of sentencee to be as lent as pose.tb'. ,a oult ve ld.act have b eee m e t1 m y t 9"" 1 m
Bexley was a handsome rose-bod of The dudge Was A ted.or y' moey ro& me nc ty fund to m ath -
a cream hue. while the lapel of Judge Wllr. In paslng sente.ce. der the eLretam avi hop IL 14 to 13.

a delicate bunch of fresh panales. very much the nees sty whbic had ba pla wlt be made. will o rant them C1e re olaty fo r Goer et Q~ _tfa
The young men took their seats on faUen upo his shLoulders of sentene- aewi trial. made will grant thr to S fto.rt IPloss 0 to m. l &-
the prisoners c l(h Inmmediatly Ing two young men to prison, which The Mrt set the superde a te Bill N 13. by Cta
ulpon their arrival. and appeared to was his duty as an official, obeying bond at $3,0 th sne c am. pending retk to. te eMtry of judwmett ad
manifest an Interest in the court Iro- he mandates of the law and th the rotatnah p endin dato to the entry of Judg e IsS N. IR"s
endi an he m. nurt lie s ofh la known h the decision of the Supreme Court decee ons upertedess ad appeal lter f a
dinComan. t.oRrt. .e spoke of having haown the upon the motion. and the yougl me bolads against prticples and sureties. Ho e ased a f a rI dt
Commnded to Rie. mly of one of the prners for will no doubt secure their release nd the Iseuance of eux tiret therm the twers IL w Wl
's the old rlc(-k in the, tower tolled zctieration. had always been on the under these bonds within the aext n pI'ae ama t t
o hour of half-pIcst 11 the huor at most friendly terns with that family two or thee days. eute RIU No 21 bI D ty a oear erof6 _i "-~
ich the were to know which made the task all the more t oorthereePeda s.sroviMde for .u1bal ai sr th ow I01 Ibe as
Sir fatt--Judge' \ illa ablruptly to- hare. bt ar jde ( f thee Other ete provide for ic id for t a to
I I the pro e'dlgl in a rcill case. duly had fatlln upon him. He then The court on Monday afternoon re If the Slth J udcal dstrit. Passed, the Co. mp ire ler,
a : connmmanded the young men to pronounced the sentc.nce as stated quested the sheriff to hae all prisoal or the Po t o rhe a W -
1 11ed upl.. aitc,%, ers convicted at the present term into As a special order the Senate t l. Under the Is iib
'You (calling each by name) have iloth I le i y and Osteen accepted the the curt room on the' morning of pHoroeeded to mthe c de tle role vrtlullyr. o
Iw..n ndictedd by the' grand jury upon se.-teli.ce. as gracefully as possibleun- Tuesday. as etetce would be paswd Hofordw o r y e r
"_upmm tbn.m but for mime reaithisI An ameudment was offered by See- 0C hasof t no me .....
order was changed. and the sentence. ator Iuckman, striklan out the qualtS auree ttraiod ed as tM W r V
Awas imiieed uoDi11 -0l4-% and O steen catLon of leMs than $5 real and ris. which prieeM e t o easa
In the afternoon, by order of the lwrsonal property. e um ttle dhall pr"sre &m
court, the other comr ictd prisoners meator Baker ursed that the com- ashel we
-ere arraigned. and the follow lug -

odk rceicies se.Ne re-cordeda
Negro in Railroad Work ates.wr Parkerelli Neey Primary
:imer. four nl Olii' t ii thet county y ati le rd lathou

ATLANTA. .Ma !; -That anl or
;.:.;t'd mus-nle-int to eiliilllate' lino
.r .*e. as industrial (factouri ill railroad
,ark in the South is under way, was
ti.- statelment made, y)esterdas hiy
ITinllal K. cottll. general manageIr of
li. (Georgia Railroad. Last night t'-
t '-en fifty ad i vca-tI fito e white
Il-luseen of the Georgia Railroad
ire'k be-cauMs' the' road re-fum-d to
di-llillt its negro flreinu ci
lhiBa .ltrik-." said Mr Sottl. -iac
tih first tepi, of a umoi\ot'net w which li
l.l.ii lcd to v-cntuatl. InIt lh. abolitolln
of the ti ruo a. aan industrial factor
t thei' .kiruiah uf the' trotherbhood
of IAwonmtit i roll mn aid KsiIlie-
11.* 1 inc tl lalae io drl\.- the* n-gro
oi of .clilr lati) 'it oni railroads alto
g.'* her

for fat years This strike on the'
GerirKia Hailroad is just the first ete'lp.
I ha e reason to bellee that the
sanie demand will in time, be it soon
or late. bet made by officials of this
fireuiurn ulion upon every other rail-
road in the Southi"

Forty Augouta Firemen Out.
Al'GI'STA. Ga. May 19. Forty
Augurta frenme are affected by the
Gcurgia Railroad strike. A meeting
was held ye'sterda) afternoon at Odd
Fellows Hall. but cnothin was done
All the (-corgia tralab are running on
time P'endliu the arrival of A P.
Kellc-v from Atlanta no defliitel Iro,
granfl ilA 1 I, .11 lin|ili'd out

I,1 nt there' some-thingl which only a
.. ... Ji .. %v

'The' pilan has t-e'ic a-csuldt-leig t t m' o ruti do fr vu to dZay-

Throng of Women Leave

Ab-dul Hamid's Harem

t OSNTANTISNO1 I.E May 17 t--- 'urlou. ,sande.ra were drlvu
ligbty wlul'ni trmuu Abdul Hamnld. ,a ) Iruu. Ith.- fllt or the Ylidl pSll
sarewu richly dretscd d and rolled at-e I,, gua rd uf otdtra lf olo
Te-re driven la carriages yesterdayy ii the tarriage %s *a train of **
ide-r the eowort of four eunuchU and gionsu. h r aglaih" The Ylldis Is bkw
i troo of cavalry from the Tildi atug uade read> for Ihe admisalu of
o the auclret eraglu palate which b th public- Moot of the former Soul
az bewt-u uuo.cuti id La.LL. .i I -a u s1 ahat b eebn f reed

l.Idia IDrake. e.-Iling liquor. eight
imatlthe ili the county jail at hard la-
Silas. Perkinis. muanclaughte'r. teu
ve.ars il HState prison at hard labor.
lielur) Richard. manslaughter, ten
.ears in 8tate prison at hard labor.
IJvid Walker, assault with intent
to conmuit manslaughter, three years
in State prison at hard labor.
('has. Trapp. m'oasl-ubter, three
.ears In State prison at hard labor.
Will sparks. assault with iatent to
rape. Mwten years In State prisao at
hard laler
Other Court Matter.
There were other matters la the na
ture of clil cases which scame before
the court for dislpositla. A numbtw
of cases were continued for the term.
while r ut~ rwere. settHld by trial be
I t- a >i,! .
At a lair hour in the afternoon
s.uit ailjucuried u untl 5 u'clock Wed
I -1lr1 Iirirll ic

FPlling the Deepreiena-
A force of workmtuei were ertgag-d
\'-dusel 4y In aillinc In lthe deprlea
blous on tbhe tarlous streets made by
Ith. rain of Tueada) afte-ruoom
Whble*. thi action *ill afford tIeipoll
rar) re-llef t II counclded poor eco:U
Iyall aid lat I bl hod thatlu wane sa
Iay be pruovidd b) which the streets
ulsy kw pac*ed with more ubstaitial
Read the want ada. to todaysa Ign

Killed in the se

TALLAHAIBBIE. May 1.--Aftwe a Md p with m-- L-- to
e,. .. liating throughout the after- Irate aI smb-- to lb dwIl
coonm Imseson. the Houe yestedayaM t i ai *1L

killed the Neeley general primary
bill. Tis bil was made up from all
of the primary MlU latrodiucd dur-
ag the session by Mr. Neeley dof 10
and elimlanted the second primary
besides mahlag other sweoptal
changes L the Iireslt primary s-ye
The House west Into oammttee of
the whole to consider the measure.
and when it enwrged the bill was so

Dnurig lb -s8 mad=i ,.
Or wwirs latbedsed M" labeltwa.
tax mUiei.
.irSstilve KuKAA el iW a,
Mowerd sa isquet pel e finthd
ler dthe w of mn ad lb e0 iAn
age of bin bi, making asm a gsb
tise ad JW0 r lb esmpl 0n d
the Olumt meumet to the Ow
federated who Me borled m that pW
'da haitlodoM.

Man Accidentally Drowned

Whie Bathing In river

BLLAVILL, May 17.-J. M. Otla
was accidentally drowned hek ye
terday. while bathag t river.
He leaves a wife and several brother.
Mrs ir E. Log of Maccleany. Mrs
Jim jlvis of Madliso and Mrs W. L.
Hortom of Illavlie, bein amussa the.

sua- to ary bs berwa
Iuthe s mme b-Lw w*

drewat g dI the ther.
The bedy wa Ma"wa s .v M
4 e'eek Ito the al wa alt
the drowawg ee atW U:a s& 6m.

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Eln GAIwT iL SUN: MAY 20, 1i09

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g gg t aImemkIe mo

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Me pnagn woek trie tterl
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amda e fd Ny M ot oom Mtof
Oetmm Bendir .
S w wa aasd s dsas h w

- kabmer W l hr athm od to
ab a uV" so M S-~ N
a e bumwas tf b nsor ef
us NW.
fO M3aw Da-b eorns s Ot

m dloerto a web m"a a p
ma 11009@9 d lamoner. sa w 0

ts bbm J mthe mabeol go4
dtm t es A wmeens st vO

wlb e e mwaps sed ias Mon sAn
WEu be daes a petimaWy hdealas
bele Mayer DvD AVeSuday.


Liquer, Was Ceetlued.
pian TesDay's faty She:
There was a brief but interesetig
seeslm t Mayor IDavis' court Mon-
day mormiag.
Measnne Johaso, the colored aa
wh, was arrested by Marshal Arnow
Satrday might ia the alleged act of
etIag lquor is vIolation os the law.
the elicer Lading in the body of a

g wmaepso t=rortaatly the wago belongoi to Jol
-. -P e udhMi wore n te same pints of the fiery wntc aN S it *po for Isto court, but upon re
aN 1S )I fr-n to atted both. Qa defendant, who exp\llane
S les &t M bem-- a t Major W. sired to confer with an
L g1 V Owe ewrth Leaguers, case was continued until
ft q WP v- do t lhe eao Ms. Joehaso was released o0

tl ot meeting tohe e more catarrl
-Ag h-- l ty at Dayto will have tlom of the emotry than
n oo el So Ulvqrsety sad rpe eass pot together. and
SSt le-- m age tie program few years was supposed
1S. wrI to L "what the ix- able. For a great aan
p..' rlt=s Is ~la or trhe tor" pronounced it a local
r a dI V@tiaMo Orowers of the by eaotantly talln to
f t- ; plo. W. L Fyrd wn speak cal treatment proaoun
M. 1 "-Ip4@ d Delidaeaous rits"; able. Scelmce has p
d. & I. Fimd ea 'TMeU Spoting to be a coonUatItoma
SW O m1e- --see- ro Ctt8r pIe to therefore reo rese comat
, -- p; r;Vl IL a. rw*aW eLt Hal's Catarr C
4- C D- isem--- CO by t)red by F. J. Cheooom
Sv eio "l lous odl m the C Oeo. Wt the enly eometa
I Im II ot. ato t
d-- d- te wr i asempOy as the market. It i tal
SIl m to AyteSma is does from 10 drop t
"a s. I. Fplp. v8 mase a aort ful It acts directly a
1W8 to DaLId iO the ilteret ot his muMas surfaces of the
i- -fs luat lW diseases. oar one hundred dW
--*- -- .eeet ca. Ise It falls to cur- -B
--m i f ir to Ie extremely n- lOr and toelinonials. A
S-. The m im aiddreeas by Dr. F. J. CHICNKY 6 C(
sl d IDr. Curry will prMbably Sol by druggistst. 7
@Take lals amily f
be ahen tho average. The eoldests- mst.
ar u e to mao their part a ne
oen. t is bgped thet athe ilverlty Bb Dires Mar
WI ob eM -llmmt- d by theO pre.- W. R. Liso. well-k
ea se may r visors city, sad Mis Ola Hur
Dr. Mahafy s Jaksomville. tho were married Saday.
ieiuury W agrge o the Io tat Dwed Mam m perforntag the
t mlol h. is it siJdoeviUle. Itapet- The groom was red
bg e &tMa- -ele 8r tbeooIoe betag a m of Mrs N
L Uherty srest.
Th demak &I NS oh LSledw
eme to Iaestp VUnlversit m s- Dyapes to Anertka
pgiNt StatI*t wero won eAertat desk smed ittse se4
gdi amm ct a ltleadl g letia of sta eovry thme. It drtvo
U-- l Jede Outor ar Martee I ties, o e teeo stea--s .

U ae tho l. -a haioth

asom several
was brought
*quest of the
d that he' do-
attorney. the
I Friday. and
a bond.

Slan this sec
all other dis
until the last
I to be incur
my years doc-
il disease and
cure with lo
ced it Incur-
oves cstarrb
I disease ad
tatoisal treat

SCo.. Toledo.
ttlomal eawre
es liateranly
o a teaspoon
the blood and
system. They
Liar for any
rad for clrcu
). Toledo. 0.
Pill$ for con

own in thb
lay of Okala
Judge H
la this cUt.
A. LDiao. W

i *ura. bur
eenr dyopep
Wa t tlaprt
oresa s po
weighL ad


Mna stguem e AMlo Ceeaty
SeIsllY Adapted to Ceftre
of tI Pesh.

Th paper received the Srt prime
shred by The Soetherm Ruraliet of
Atalats to 19. Re ed d aad aapt-
ed to eabiltions Is Florda. especially
this stIles
I 3 eprt-u ad obeervatLo have
taugt me tat the greatest mistake
e j abt urowersa Florida have
made Is tIhe peat Is pItm too
maW ,... threwy merisldM qalt-
Ity to I e t a y or fit.
TereB is med mr prot In rai-
s e amre fr t tuit tit w eill
r SMU than there is to ratsi s two

Stheu e or aowgre. ruM a

endas ito f bM- fhst Ml tomw
.. ** h u bedi mW** *the tw*
efw oWre th te an ea msNe
ta a "N o o" Tf-

The moste -at. -hm. mhe
Ir tl to m. pmwr Is bow to s
M IbulL T -hs Je I WIv
solveto -Mo Very broody.
Pert: aT tw esti. n of t mi ias r

IM maWWL 1111 Id m_.A ft
ad. met oe wish, Mbeet. HKhW
Wy odleed sd Sia vert
aTe ernetl oo b ae r. k

Id o e l eibry t ad aed eak oad
ws ae aw -e m ead em r- risP

?h* ..-,i ahbt met y
wrIet ell. vIs n=a ettel ares" w rh
to hmbinea eayt olwe adaopte to
Whes reay pean w

been made L Plaridl b pb msatig

Nrther varet est o tPenachh sthn may

ae Jewel. Wldoe. rorida Gem. Im-
perial sod ew o there o the Pa.ato
mad Hoey les Sor pearbe.
Nearly all t the old Spalah r a
ative varieties suceed here. Ha.v
ln s elated the location and va.
rietles, order from the nearest nur-
sery or fgpm an agent who know
his business and local conditions.
When ready to plant, which should
be done from December e1t to Feb-
ruary Iot. cut your trees back to
about 16 Inches. and cut of all the-
roots to one or two inches and plant
just a little deeper than tree agrew Ito
the nurcery. Cultivate well first ar d
second year. Put from three to fIv.
pounds of fertlllsr the Arst and
second year of some good tree grower
After the second 'ae r y ut from t e.
to ten pounds ot a fertilize atialziotig
about p I-r cent phosphate. 15 per
cent potrah and 2 bpr cent ammonia.
Nerer plant any crop in the orchard
after the AIrut year and neve-r pIlant
melons or sweet iUotatoes the. first
)Year Ne.ser plow deel after first
year I plant 1:5I') tfeetl aild et.erT
third Ireet each way I put a graftedl
pe ran of lest varieties.
Keepl trees well pruned and cut
hack and thin out your fruit till )ou
think you only have a half a crop
on the trees every year.
To keep out borers tie a band of
tarred paper about twelve Incbes
arond the base of tree.

To prevent wormy pusches. destroy
all wormy peaches that drop on the
The San Jose SBale. the wor.t
cement to ipacbh-rirotahi in an> 1se
tion. Is bett overvour' iath red head
and black funius
HWith these direction. srirctl fl
ored )ou are sure to gri a tlae
tpach which will alaae brisi a
fancy I'rlic In any market

Rev. I. W. Williamain's Letter.
Rev. I W Williainua. Huultiuntoe.
W. Va. rites: "'This is tu certify
that I usd Ftey's KIdany MReumed
for erowr *eahausUo ad kaidaey
trouble ard am fre to aay that It
wilU o al that you claim fr it"
PFsle's Kidaey Remedy has retired
ealth sad tresath to thomuads of
weak. rs dowa people Cowtains uo
harmful druns sad is pleast tu take
J. W. MeClouEm Co


When a reedy has lived for over thirty year, steadily
g ing in popularity and influence, and t ad upon
tou s of women declare they owe their very lives to it,
is it not reasonable to believe that it is an article of great
We challenge the world to show any other one remedy
for a special ass of diase which has attained such an
enormous demand and maintained it or so many years as
has I L s" V.r--M C -.... the famous
woman remedy r woman ill. Unless it is a very good
medicine and the daims made ar it are honest such a ecor
would h*ae beM impaihe-fraud ormsrepresentatins
oud a ago have bea detected and the bua gone
io bat b Read this ..nsoicited letter:-

rl| If r UI am1^
*--- -- V --- -asese I- --m

IM e ame. I l
M UNo mkfmlo I
Iows. -

When a woman like Mrs. Watermann is generousenough
Swrits sch a letter as the above for publication she
dsould at least be given credit for a sincere desire to help
other suffering women. For we assure you there is no
other reason why she should court such publicity.
Wesay itinall inerity and friendship-try this medicine.
For 80 yaw sLE A Psft m hmVb Me

beesea sd herbs m
Wb e es -a "ea W ts ls e-- e--.
a s M. Peaksma r ItOes a toks w omn
to wreo mer foer adv Me has
i, e* rto bhelM fte f to h rge.
Aidme- IM P. ioMi L. Ly, Ma



I Established in 1881

111-* 1 .V II CkV foo
Its~Va too&isM
4\ I)~ l Je .1
Sa)roe. l'rere~d

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Ofmsafs I~u
Eawri w'..

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4 beAtles
I ispaiWet"ws.



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II Ihe 5d,1.06
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Seild for IPrice Li,.t it ii'! & taiogue -.%jMai II Fro.-

Th,~ If 7% m jWON flata.Uqu C
10 UtISE ?Unste hest


G mo m

Need havleIa o 31 terrors for yoti. Putting
money awayeafly W eVIV in iliurllanv'a' against
adversity. No one Pliotll Iie wit hout
this jprotitetioii. We uvite Veiilto) make

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YN GAINIP1WLL bltN: MAY 20, t 969





Senator Talisferre and Congreoaman
Clark Wire Denial That They
Are Using Pases.

TAI.l.AHIAsS:l. Mna 1' Afte.r
Imic h dil. i li. c- th,.e I '.- Sitirstlr;i,
l.a eud the, I. II pro hiihsti ilt ;i. aIt ufJ
1(u,1l tax* hy i othere i than the. toot r l-ar
whom the tax In lraid. and lthi bill
requiring newi t-upl,.r to mark nll
news, editorials and cartoons whih
are paid for a- advertising matter.
Five voted against the I.ttcr mea.aurcn
Governor Gilchrist for the Arst
time used hib veto power. He sub-
itted messages to the two bonuses
vetoina the bill extending the power.
of the city of DeLand and making
void a bonding election held In that
city. Constitutlonal grounds were'
given by the Governor.
Thi Paoi Question.
Considerable dlscusilon has been
made upon the report rendered by
the committee appointed to s.e
cure the names of those officials
to whom passes have been issued by
the transportation compaoles.
A telegram was received from Sen-
ator J. P. Tallaferro deaylna that he
has ridden on a pasa since the pass-
lag of a Federal law. The telegram
was spread on Journal and referred
to the committee Investigating the
report made by the committee con-
sulting railroad commission books.
The following telegram was re-
ceived Saturday afternoon by Speak-
er Parris from lion. Frank Clark:
Washington. D. C.. May 15. -Hon.
Ion L Parris. Speaker Florida House
of Representatives. Tallahassee. Fla.:
I denounce as unqualifedly and base-
ly false any intimation by legislative
committee or other persons that I
have violated any law In use of rail-
road transportation in Florida or else
where. I defy these to institute proI(
ceedings here. there or anywhere' If
they are honest and have pIroof. let
them proceed. If they hale not the
proof, they are not honest, and dare,
not proceed. I ask third telegram be
read to house.

Sixteen bills passed and one killed
% ..s the crop in the Senate on Satur-
' ,y. The one that fell was the Mc-
('C.eary bill prohibiting log or lever
t.:rts from using the public roads ex-
S|lit In certain cases,.
Among those passe.d are the Mc-
Mullen bill. creating a State- Hoard of
l, ntal Examiners. thle II.rris bill.
1, rmitting street railwa. ccmllllat '-
(s, s ll or hlc-as bth Ir,,l' rt\ eand
franchi- to aunotherr 'onil'aiiy. t h.
Adkins blind tige r lawr. :anld th I ,'
r an bill conc<-rnlnil the' traitisfer Tof

-:-k k o( corlporationl
S. tain (ca.-'

l Iron ins

Funeral of James Pardue.
From Tuesday's Dllly Sun:
'The fune-ral of lMr Jaii-es Pardule
hia.- ad death of whor wocui(r. d ;at
I .e IIlsca)ne'. oin Ie- iEa't 'Coa.t. ,on
Thiurpday of the last week. the re.
nI.tinha' ing lbe en ,hipllpd Ihere. w;*as
hl d from the bonc' of \ Wtlls. *soi
is. law of the deceased. North (Gaii'e
%ile'. Sunday afte-rnmwon at ;. 3,I. RH
8 II. Rogers of the lFrhtt Hlaltist
church lonductlii the sad but in



For Six Months hit Suffering ws
eond Words- One Miss of rri-
taton and Itching was Dreadful -
S'ept Only froir Sheer Exha'st'nr
Almost Out of His Mind After
24 Hours' Use of Cu!tcIa S ,4t
Like an Infant ard Then was

"I am ve'ntV-.revn fy ry sMd anti
*e- dva. Isoe y ar% ast. I fell fr. '
a ete d-!rtfrf t rL. Ii4g
mI hv l. In a fe tfdr-O
I could nt ws.l I
Scallid in a doctw and
t^ inside (t week hrrt-
Mwa wt in. The dt rtr
had n e wed in *e
that whew I we cake
with ecr frrnma hed
60 tfow. I worf& rn
l Imo#thP and what I
S em teil. I mniud not
*fp day or nlght brcare e d that drad-
ful iheinl; when I did lrrp it woo frnm
aeber xbhuption. I wwa ons mu nf
rritatio: it was erms in my lalp. The
dort r' medcease aued to make me
worw and I w almost out 4 my mind.
I rod of Cutlewsm and mat my wIte to
the drni t. who was a number of m
dniOdd Pellowa for a t 4 4t lhe
CuiCcum p, Cutikurm (antmmt and
CuUntur Reaoi wn I ued wra r-
st ttly for twenty-four hours.
ItT aI t Ike an instant. she ort
aId ht' p I had for ds
mnth. wasa not afraid ton e plenty
of Cutiriur Ointment and outicura
with hot water and in a week's tineW
was ale, to puat o my rotlhm alin.
Ia a mouth I wa curd. Prm that
day to this I canot praise the Cutiura
RIMemes too hihly. I may add that
Shave awry heavy had hair which
I owe to Cutlew W. Harrism mi
RL.D. 2i. Mk. ie. N. Y.. aeb. .. 'K.1
A dmtnel e tat the (ntiewa Reme
I 'Et msiflkImt Inr th treatment dt
the mIat trt uc. diaguling. ithing.
bumMing and rsr humor. -enrIm.
reahs and rritatioN. with lIr nr hair.
from infary to agO. when all other *ms-
adies fall. Ouaratewd atmioleutd w pr
and may be usd from the hour 1 brth.
crtlrW a*e r t). o~mow WMr ) -, mM-
m ). 4 (rog 4atte tp rl ,2&r m Me
y beuim rt &He swI Pourr bi' & bu r ra .
J'ha i a I.Ims in aS Duam
ow P-


Endorsed at the Annual Council of
the .pisepal Churhb.
At the annual council of the Eptaco-
pal Church held last week la St.
Augustine. Miss Tebeau's school of
thi.h cliY was endorsed and adopted
as theb official diocesan school for
ir I s.
A board of visitors was elected.
consulting of the Ilishop as chairman.
tSo I (1 gvn.,'e atid t () l.' .n.t:. s..
the connection wtwteen the church
and the school will Im' eten clowur
than in the past. The clerical n mni-
Iw-rs of the board are R.'v. William
\W lli. of Palatka and Re. F. II
CraiKhill. I helaineat n are Col. \W. .
lailiitoni and Mr. F M Williams
This change will doubtless consider-
;.lly increase' th' .enrollnicit of the
hi,1ol particularly in the tx'ardinx
l,.i,.1rtaa-iit l and will add to o the r ipu
l it in' lf (ain-',' ilhl u.a : < itt of
(< I.Ir ,l
The' le'gihlatlte committ,' which
recently i iisiected the tnieraity.
\isited al .xplr.isc.d theniselvtea as highly Iplea
,ed with the hlgh character of the
work done and with the great beauty
of sh.l grounda.


MEI.ERO8E. May 17 -Rev. II Rt
SM~hMle'y and family hat e moved into
the. house of Rev. Julian

pressing ceremonies The funeral Amnoug thowe who Lave gone North
Iwn largely attended. many frie.nd. for the summer are Rev. Julian and
of the deceased gathering to ias t ilher faill) and Mrs A Griners
last ead respetcts to one whom three. Ri C P Hedrick and Mr A Cur
hJd learned to love and admire 1r. officiated at the services at Trin-
Quite a nunmitr followed the' renialnl- ity church last Sunday. Agreeable to
to the-ir final r-tling lilacrI, l :vr the Governor's proclamation, the dec
gl.--an ce'-n-tr. Y urations were of wh.te rouse only.
The floral d.coratious w.r,. inumnir Two god showers f-li on Sunday
hrig an r f-rllld tkn l'e wee or tuch all rc- iaar l-Ated by our
S--l.-em from ariroU fri-lldr L I-
The funeral arrangin ti- i ITh,. st'a iF took ,qui, a rowd
('harge oft "r T F Thon,..- ii, I lh,
aArge ofF lr ,) lht. canal oi F'rida Ito e.ijO)
d.cieased. b.eiig a nie.-nt,.r ,.! ~',i, ,
ada hhfr) and to ,lick ila4 ktwirries.
w.Ill Canap. I c i t. t .he.' l a hi r, at,. .r) Iple'nt ful on ithe casal
sw re a-lected from the ranks of t('
fe d.ratle eterans. .1 J Ite khas ant famill) of Wind
elattles of the deceiawd ha. llth. St at N C Wilson'
Il,(r wre s)pathy of t e community a

If fee b w epamis imQ 1
4er ar KKIoo momb'ss =W"6 aSl :0
-or AU VOUWA-LEKAF' hsssav

~ 4 a" or ISga

:l I t I t
Th' M,-Ironse station of the East
Flo,rida Telephone Company at A A
McHlRr a s now In nto e working or.
der ard is dolng quite a busiaea.

For asy Wpal. trom top to to., from
aLy casue. aWply Dr Thomas' blectr
OIL Pala ca't tSy where it tos uas




General Conditlons Throuhout County
and Activity In Oain esvie Re.
possiblee for Stater t Affnsi.

Nuto lthlrt:ni.liisa th t a :i
-prtisl nl a u-ual ihlisa -. i- ll 1 tihe
dull se1noun in all cotulllll :lal lall
,u inell .maibt wlihe with thi \ ,! it'il
If the h gia d <>,dld drink i.i:. I! i'
-ratll)lnxg to note' the etilttliiu-d ll-
tre st anlaltfested in real '*( tate. as
the uunitnrous tranfIrs ie' strnmgil.
indicative of the confidesu(e of Ih,-
pieople In the future of tIainespille
and Alachua county. This may be
attributed largely to the awn-
*ral pro-i4erty throughout the coun.
ty. together with the activity of
Iluilding In the city. A laise am-
*er of contracts are either under way
or will begin moon. which means that
Galnesvllle will prove a busy lace
during the entire summer. This fact
Invigorates the progresolve mind.
with the result that real estate trans
fers are benlag contiously recorded.
The followlg is a lst of recent
traaaters. as taken from the records
la the oi o of Clerk of the Court
i. H. Wienges:
united Land and Development Co
to T. D. Putch; J. H. Stanley and
wife to Medlin Bros.; E. Canyon
et al. to Jesse E. Patton; Georglana
Harris to 0. A. Porter; A. 0. Ted
castle to City of (alaesUle; A. 0.
Steenburg and wife to Geo. McCaslin:
A. O. Steenburg and wife to J. R
Emerson; P. 0. Ramsey (sheri) to
P. H. Smith; S R. Toray. Adm.. and
others, to 0. A. Holloway; Sidtey
Broome and wife to E .B. Godwla;
W. W. Hampton. Jr.. to P. A. Day;
J. P. McKlastry. Br.. and wife to City
of Oalaeeville; A. M. White and wife
to Drayton Avera; Jim Davis to T.
M. Kincaid: Margaret M. Barry to
Jim Davis; Julia C. Massey and h s-
band to Mamie Tucker; P. P. Preeney
to T. D. Putch; Annie E. Young to
P. G. Ramsey; 8. L Dougherty to I.
R. Curtis; C. D. Wood to A. P. Royals:
Abstract and Realty Co. to C. D. Dea
aie; Colson & Hodges to II. S. Paw
cett; Lute Howell to Wm. Andersoe;
J. H 8tanley to R. D. and J. H. Med
IIn; T. D. Goodell to C. 0. Iobiaon:
J. J. Donaldson to II. M Eddy; .
D. Hicks to J. Winthropw; H. E. Hea-
poln tvi .% J Parkei.

A Happy Father
Is soon turned to a sad one If be
has to walk the floor .e\-rv ntiht with
a crying baby. lMcGe's Itaby Ellxir
will nmakt the child well--oothe Its
tners.. Induce healthy. normnal slum
twr. lIe. t for dirsordercid botel-s -int
sour stomacb-all teething bables
need It Pleasant to take, sure,. an
safe. contains no harmful druag
Price 23 and :., ('-nilt+ 1'er bottle Suld
by W. M. Johnson.

Dr. Hedges to Tallahaeaaa.
From'* Dlly Suu:
Dr. J llarrlion ilolKges. a imtnln r
of the 1tate' Iourd of Medical Exanmiln
,ers. experts to lea.e' today for Tall.
bassee. where the blard will conduct
the spring exanminatlons for appll
caats for license to practice medicine
n PFlorida Two examinations are
held annually--one in the spring, the
other in the fall.
The people of Florida have Uttle
idea of the rapidly increa inl mer
bershlp of the medical profession in
Florida l I Hodges states that from
fifty to sixty appllcanta come before
the board for permission to practice

at each meeting

Many weak. nervous women have
been restored to health by Poley's
Kidney Remedy as It stimulates the
kidneys so they will eliminate the
waste matter from the blood. ropur-
tiles depress the netres. causing ert-
ous exhaustion and other ailments.
('onmeuce today and you will soon
be well Pleasant to take. J. W.
McCollum & Co


Brtag ia yor lame horses ad
male aad have item tUeSld-have
tAair t eth enamied ad sharp ar
amrs draaesd do. La.s proeeUas
set eR ad deaaled moaLts axtraat
o0ea Mawleua Mttl. PhI la.


And oasadsrths e quat
awrVrp d&heM Msei e b b el so
o WNW=mo a" a Oa%" olI
eum oftso" ftishosmea at a"0s o pp*
oftso -a" -mpeafo
sm m. o w o -t m e me o s a o s
f~ am"f"a 00 wat 0-9A-
whie oftaam f w "mom # 0 oft
@am ofa'mm .
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-F. B. MYRS, Nanmau-

lAun't AIal, or nowaear e
BUICKso aa


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The Firt Ithimi Ik 1f MAd
At Ch @I _utm -U No IM

31501' ItCFk4

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$I ,:17AMA V

C04" Me:h, kgp
and Undividd Pro.
it .......... .. ,
('ireatining N.o 3,U0 4

lI itIs ...... Am,1 s
6117,16 is

PI mIs '' lotIANAli1%,
County to A las-bus
1, Ii. W. Mcoall. Csha(ds of trw salvgl-usamd an" do mimaly
swdi tal the allow' dalsaae is U to tua hdw baomy L5 an
s'ulianlmd owl owwu to 1*5w, shmh Uh dO M &q of
I. L 5anam, pol sa.w
mrrt: Aum"-K9 S. tiodwia. J. C. 3Oap, 3. .. BMW. O"m,

A Pogo d Im Imm Id= I

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C' i n -> Mb ito a U M 0a the
im hemo havingmoae ot
She t fewh year. aI

was"e needsm U., M yrw
x- ier e ee-- UU. In
UK60 dl tof the lost *mu.a theU
IW mbr of pe o a em s er
bth Mv ia ta the smmetry was 10.
O wh~ was3 .T per mcat of
te tal pe paat.... white o 18
s h Ar ii per ewaau.

aim 1Smof w O AdO
Sh t' a Me e al WMAs A
br, g e ILo the defuet Statr
0 Maunal m. vwm was shmnd to
d o ed@ Sta@eW sm"t at New Or-
t ro e too fnds tof
go o x -N a to aorL daid

f asn. Irs a ammd d hms
ide Nao.a a nd h ll

-a aoft mre theo a ha lf mil om
a asd y was reOsd gA ry a the
t M -wbbba charge m appleaton .

pas la Malim, asmvited of

Wilam s A as. has bseu enteuced
to serve a latermdaIe ter of from
stto gate years ia prism, the
sastaeus simply reading "at bard Wo.
br to the Stats's prismm" The
widw of Ansa. Ina speaklog of the
vrd said: Weiat lcmor for
Cap ai W o. All we wanted was
sm. ad I beleve the verdtj ofr
asJury8ais metovsimg pgreo of the
w gre0 1#t. Mai4 dai ashi
he bbed my 41r.uaof td hi father.
Maebm has a ) to oh aNb and
i t wdge. am d

h W aft1,o .bbedmw~0 ne

I_ a--nNl o m e eprOl I

d on Namste yseerday thefe was
a SeW tu b a t su Intar m the
m--m test-book MIL S ator Day.
IM l a 4e Tod Wave to call up
a MI et of t regular order, and te
e0-ut l b1e that be wanted to
mal up mo measure of his own. no
sbjuism was made. instead. bow-
ever, of doa tlUs. be called up the
iM ltredaeed by asator McCreary.
e the subject of uniformity by count
ty adoptol As there are other unl-
taor teat-book bilea on the calendar.
se of them being set for special or
der for Monday. a fight was made
thea and the debate threatened to be-
cou acrimonious. t senator Cone of
Lake City. who Ls quite an accomplib-
d tactician, moved that thlq bill bi
made a special order for the samen
time as bh bill on the same subject.
and Iaally succeeded in carrying the
motoea. since which there has been
a pereoptible Iuttering among the
oeupaats of that dovecote known a
the lobby. a hurrytin and eurryin
ter and thter as of creatures dis-
turbed by sceetlag a storm frono afar
If te vote yesterday ncklang this bill
a special order wa any test of
treugth there Is no 4oubt that
the bil will pass the Senate and it
is Uk4ly that it will have votes to
pare as several eunators who are
Uullt to be fIrtads of the measur
ad w were aboeet will be here
dMdnIda afereea."
Now what ae the ftact? The olS-
elal Jeorual of the Iemate of Thure-
day shows t foUowgl proceedlas:
Mr. Dayte moved to waive the
raes and that Srate BDl No. 2 be
take up and coasdered.
Which was agreed to by a two-
thirds vote. and-
Senate BlN No. 2:
A bill to be Mntitled an act to se
ctr to the people of Vlorida school
text-books at reduced prices; to pro
vide speral editions of said books at
)e prices; to empower county boards
of public latrnctlo to adopt such
books, If desired; to authorise cuunt)
boards of public lastructio to make
outracts with publisher; to provide
for the 1ilng of contracts; to pro
vio for chaldre who may moter
frem eo oeaty to amether; to pro
vre a peasty for say dealer. clerk
er aWt who any seU sebd toeat
beelk at greater price tLhs t6e
tuts es s la betwoa hbards of
ublic lastrncdod at publishers, aad

mAlcohol Qustions

b ik a *? N.! DwD It ne bisod pure?
"a ft I Weuhin ft may? &I!is Ayas

ulb a to*? yea maIt..Noeaft mbWOOd ue
To,! l I the guyi? Yin! kb Iltt*
frl PrYal A& ym
aUWr .di Ia ha deboll Yin! AkL your
d r -- mii m ~. If oe -pr
U' A

shim 0MOS weate. m
mw m_ wihb.m ADsh36l

Y--m. LadI
I)~~m -- m r
ftft W" so mI wre

IW. I dall *on booty

'10d wo I --bm w 9 my snow
Nowat d sw We&yo

a 1 .10 ~ bambi mawwL
_an -e on aydow" A

W*. 60867 dw miK rkb
edo sw t bwth wwg

dW @4 We hu ~~ I to u6 iwo
i..........0 A...... now" I*~r r r-I aw adC "1 of
Wwtsm r ftew do $at& -1 wo ti

An-so go a usa ILLL
~s-~,c ~I& my
rl 9 L bW mIml -
00 meif

Is _li~ aad as pembs
UFA=1 ad 6 Wi

fiaft ft "M obey wt a
'W~~~o a o o0 n

ptl~a got sow fa aft
am an Moe it hammit at b
thm ft"ew" Is9=M ft

f r other purpose.
Was take up ad

wa read the

third time U l flL
Mr. Come mo red to ladelItely
poatpae Seaate Bill No. t.
Mr. WliMkas moved to ameud that
the MN be laid a the table subject
to cal
Wle was m not reed to.
The -etion e a rr upe the mi
It to Idstmtemy ipotpoe the b
Upem vld the yIs and may were

lI as eald ld ad the vote vas:
TeN--Mr. Predeut. a Imater
Beome. Come. Otrard&u. Laggett
Melar, McMulle. Withere-4.
Nays-feaators Adkins, Beard.
sBanima Datis. Dayten. Harris,
Hemevum. Hestord. Humpbhrlr
Jehmsens. McCreary. Sams. Smman-13.
Mr. COm aInneumed that be had
paire with Mr. Baker. f the 2th
District. That If Mr. asher, the
Sth Ieat werew peenat mad vestal
imt Mr. Bater weMI vte far te
e a-n- a h Ill amd be (Mr.
ONt) weu vwte egalst .
Us o 1 Sm1 t refined to ideasike.
ly pstpmae M e hi.
Mr. Ore med that the further ea-
dinTetli e tie Ml be deferred to
M day at iI o'eitek.
WII w agreed to a as ea
R wvB be ee by ths that the
staet ISt IL The Metepolis is abao
hOel at variaee with what actually
d ocemr. The paper, as is well-
Imowr, ais Ia avor of saddlag a the
people e of or tie State ulfor
ty otops, sad Is colertag ts aews
The missli of a newspaper is to
tell the truth, the whole truth, and
nothing bat the truth. Il the face
of the reord, which must necessarily
be a correct account of what trans.
paired. how does the report nl the
Jeckaomvllkl paper stand?
The "nly lnt.',y that ','.rirs t o .
ln ezistece ai that for State uniform
Iy. atd It seems to be ettilng In it-
work with aome of the papers. e.ew-
claly In view of the statements made.
two years ago In a hearing before the
Joint Committee of Education of the
two houses by a prominent citizen of
Florida: He said that *the mn,ie'
to defray the x ie..- es of sendliiti
Iwroons through the Sat#* see-kins tr,
find. If he could, Information in f
vor of his sloiltion. had been paid 1',
arttist of (;Gin & Co. anLd 1*-.tth &
Co.. bofh rl(hol lxxk publlihe-r-.
and this statement was published
widely in the newapapl)rs at that
til e.
Stop garbling the news~ P'rint
things just as they huaiwni. and no
one will be deceived.
The tatiay*rs do not sant to itw
saddled with any more "boards. -
Tallahassee Morning News. 16th


After overruling the motion in ar
ret of judgment in the naval store
cases Judge 8heppard imposed en ll
te.ees upon Ive defendants conilti<.
in connection of the socalled tur
peatine trust" at Savannah as fol-
Ipaacer P. shboter, ehairnma of the
board of directors of the American,
NaSal Storee Company, three mouths
in jall ad $5.00 Se.
Edmund S. Nash. president of the
American Naval Stores Coaspany.
$3.t., Ali.."
J. P. C. Myers. vice president of thl
American. and prieideu( of the Na-
tional Transpurtatitm and Trwmiual
('omipany. three meouaths In jail anid
',."oo inet
Georre M-adeJ Ikaridllalan. of N.
York. treasurer of the Amuericau Na\
aJ Stores Company, $2.000 ine.
Carl Muller, of Jacksonulle, 1'a1
agent of the American and Ireu*ral
manager of the Natlusal Transuorta-
thia and Terminal Comapauy lo JaIk
seville. AW aso.

The case will be appealed to the
United States Circuit Court of Ap
peals as oon as the hlI of eae*ptiuos
aa be prepared ard acrtlled to In
the meantime a moton lor a aew trial
will be made before Jud4e Iheppar'




The 8eelest Interet Hweer, Is
New Coeneed in the Nrthern
and Wester Distrleta

The 'ader all remaan the same
today I there respective districts.
each betlg several thousand vote
ahead of the at -eaSee tL Mrs.
Madds of Arcber reeelved the lr-
eat atf4ews M tyesterdaY with
the remt tat e more up to durth
Splce a he Nerter distret.
pllewlag is the sanding a~er yew
torday's es -t:

WM1a Jeie evas ...........P7470
Mbs Addle Geods ...........5 5J
Kim Mararet Lbetter .....17.170
Mtas etle Deal ............114.I4
Mis Beesie Clrver .......... 5,710
Mia OGrtrude Harred ........ 6.45
Mia Nora Stall ........... 5.9O
Mi Myra Swearlaea ...... 15.320
Mis Helen Holer ......... 14.88
Mti Blaacbe Thompsm ..... 10.27
Mis Mary Perasades ....... 8m,
Mis Aura M. Lawis ......... 7.825
Mti Alce Sebsaer ........... 5.66
Mrs. N. W. Taylor ........... 5.020
Miss Mamie Crouch ......... 4.180
Misa Mabel Willams ........ 3.625
Miss Annie Bell Taylor....... 3.720
Miss Grace Bullard ........... 2.645
Miss Maude McKiy ......... 2.025
Miss Eva RBaknight ......... 1.505
Miss Pannie Whiting ......... 1.475
Miss Ella Bailey ............. 1.2R5
Easter and I *them District.
Miss Mabel McCredle. M'cnopy 117.340
Miss Hattie Enlih. Tacoma..113.710
Mlis Lorna McCredle. M'cnopy. 94.940
Miss Bessie Waits. Hawthorn. 71.82.'
Mis. Ella Jolly. Orange Heights. 57,30
1Mul Martha Cbanmherlin. Mica-
nopy ...... ............ 53,80
MIsm Pauline Carlton, M1ica.
nupy ...................... .31.01o1

Miir Aglije ZeIloUer. Kochelle
.M.s 'Cordelia Crown. Rocky
Point ..... ... .. ....... .
.1'-. r t. -le tShaw. Farhbanks. .
I r1. Pattie Z-trouer, Itch-hIIe
MI.-1* Annie LA.-it. Iluathorn
\l-i l.Aul. I'.-rr., Hoch.lle
A:i. Emnia (Guthrie. R>ix ,llo.
M1 i-s. v -I ; Godin I. Hlawis horn
M1 is.% Wilma Maines. 5Monttrtoha
.Mts IMyrtle llHamonid. lHaw-
thorn ...........
Miss Georgia Snowden. Hatchet
Creek ................ .

Miss Nellie Heeves. Micanopy..
Miss Mattie Jennlngs. Rochelle.
Miss Emma Entensa, Waldo....
Miss Mary Hall. Orange Heights
MIs LaVlerne Robbitt. Micanopy
Mis- Effle Tion. Earleton......
Miss Annie Cannon. R. Point..
Miss Vandalia Staf, Waldo.....
Miss Mary Loulse Atwater.
W aldo .. ...........
Mise (krtrude Smith. fPar-
ban ks ....... ... ......
Miss Mamle Bailey. Waldo
Miss Gracle Moore, Island
G ro e .. .................
Western and eNrt ern Sctle
M r : I 'r F%:. \\l; r l|i-.|
%MI \Aa l t It l. w l0el
,i. kIaif i* I"e l .
5 1, \t.,,li > tr, h,.
Nh- t ini. Kirklid l.ah'lmti.i
Mr. I %\Vare. Iih Sprlulg
Mir Kill'in l ikllk. Arterdoiwdl
MIss luc(luda Br)rat, I-ll
Mi s Huoa I.-e Riese. High

Miss Alc-n iHolly. Arreduiido
Miss Iassir Arlett. Ne.blrr.
Miss Anne levillle. Arreduodo
Milse EmM Williams. Treaton
Mi.j Jewell StakIe). Iague .
Miss Clem Pickett. Newberry..
Miss Gertrde Oulan. Hague .
Mias Ada Pearce. Newberry
Miss Mabel Iurnedt. LaCrusCe




A. oGe. Neery.......
Katie Aka. A deadd....
Pet MeleMd. Albches..
M. N. lsmebe. Newberry
ssie Smith. Newbrry..
J. Parke, loCrose ..

~ em de o mmlTstnem-b seem-Ayw'sM ..Aske bw

24L." The health of Gainelsiille Ils ex,- ,
'."".', tionally go ad at the pIreseilt tin-,
I" 'This niav I attributed I)bth Ito it-
I g. eogr:alhical location .eid tio tIL
11 i. ctl( s fir.t-clasx hcW-e-rarge -ste'ii.



*t* .3
1 .0(5t

( ppoait l Brown IIui:t-




37" C(all around and wee I ow far

reo just a little money will
o0 go with u4.


Thlie I'Iace to Save molatv.




0 o Ir tS gar, 11 .......... 1m

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AMlher oe0 1t11 Left Tuesday I
Attend Netlsutral Meting.
Another delegatloa left )yetrday
via the Atlantic Coast Line for D[ap
tons. where they go to attend the a,.
mu)l meeting of the Florida Stat
Horticultural Socety. which l convee
ta the Cty-by-the-lallfax Tuedaby
Those comprislhg this delpgatle.
were Prof. H. S. Pawcett. Prof. art
Mrs. P. H. Rolfs. Dr. Berger. PreL
and Ms. Joba leott. Prof. a4 Mrs.
Vernon. and Mr. Richardou. of the
mliverlIty and Experlmental Farm
utaf. sad P. P. Hedermsom ad W. .

The eUrM e of Pret.m d MrS. IM l
aaepaemled tem. mad after a brte
vittt at Daytosa will proie to Ml.
ai. where they wil be guests a
riseds for mme time.


Maiddm & VIdIl rstaMie Aetemelile
Liwe a Tbht PrreeseWlv Team.
Malez & Vial. who espeet seem
to sp a saun m tI is eity. have
bmawunted a regular sebedule be.
twe OGalesvrBe ad Newberry. the
Iart trip betla made Wedmesy wit
great ne.
The b-du4l to as comvealet one,
ItavlsC Gale-vlle at 10: M a. m.
da ly empt m4day. tad retrma .
leaving Newbry at 2:0M p. m. Tbo
rm to mad to a little more tan an
bur In a bi steamer ear. and the
eoaveuaTee alorded will so doubt
ake the rout a popular ae.
A anmO met of this new
rvie wllt be fomd *lawhere l
The Sun.


Wemeds)ay Was a Dell Day, Only
Pew Caeem eing Dipeesie Of.
Wednesday's sessoB of the Circuit
Court was a very dull oae. only a few
elvl cases of minor importance being
disposed of. The civil docket. In one
way or another, has been about clear-
ed for the term. and the probabilities
are that court will adjourn today until
the first Monday in June, beinL Jun,- 7.
At that time the criminal docket sill
betaken up. and the cases of David- n
and Kelley and Duncan Jordan. all
being charged with murder, will i1,
dlisiosed of.
The case of the State vs. the Mer-
tin boys and George Powers. charge-I.
with rape. has been set for June 12.




wim a- --- Tuix v:RAY "o 19

THI OAI IVlTILLB I.: MAY 20, 1909 5




Number of Civil Ca"e Disposed of
y Continuance or Otherwise.
Judgment in Thiee Cases.

From Tuesday's Daily s ,to
The third w.'ik o-f t i .*',lC c mr
of Ithe lEiKht! .irdi ,..i t. it 11 illa !
for Alachula county c. ,i, ; i.
afte-rno -on at ..' ot I... i ,r
Judge .1. T. \W IIs .- ,.; a '!
court offtcia! .- i r .. ,,, ,
The first buMin.-, Lah. r, t:;,, ci:nr
was the return of tihe 'i \i.. ,m :',
panel for the week .,y ; r;ff R.i u-ey.
which was as folkss:
P. M. LCellon. 4. Tholmmon. G.
8. Cbamberlln. Jr.. W. R. FAdins. J.
A. Manning. J. Manaise. T. L Rob-
la son D. G. Edwards. J. W. Teachb
M. L leville, C. C. Barrs and W. L.
Hill. For reasons Mr. Hil was e.x
The civil docket was taken up. and
the following cases dl-:'wed of:
W. F. Main vs. G. W. Tanner. a.s-
sumlsit, damages, continued.
C. B. VanDeman Comany.. vs. 8.
P. Brooks assumplst, continued.
Ueo. oAeld. vs. G. 8. Baxter
& Co., assampeit, continued.
Covlagton Company vs. L M.
McKlnney. assumpslt. continued.
E. P. Lavo vs. Southern Express
Co., action o the case. continued.
eIopold Adler vs. L G. Connel. as-
sampet, damages. Jury called and
sworn, evidence submitted, and ver-
dict for plaintiff, damages. $277.60
...J (Outs.
F. Warner, manager for ue of
C. A. Colclough, vs Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad Co., assumpslt, coatln-
Joseph Roseahelm Shoe Co. vs.
Dyea Bros., asumpslt, damages.
Clerk Instructed to asses judgment,
$141.60 and costs.
Standard Oil Company vs. C. &
W. N. Dunham, assumpsit, continued.
Annie Slaughter et al vs. R. F.
Lewin et al. assumlsit. continued.
L. Mohr & Sun vs. M. It. IDvis. ace
tlon by attachmentt, verdlct for plain-
tif in the sum of $1!.iti.
Henning land and Inv'esltment Co.
ra. P. II. Ilttker. and P1. l. Itaker.
manager, tre's.laes. danlmai.e. contllned
The 'itizena' Ilank. a (;oorgia rcor
iporation. \. I1. Floreice. & (Co.
damnag -. coiit.itleid.
Maddox Foundlr. and Mlachine' Co.
v.s. E. It. Howell, as-numpitt. Ikfend-
ant withdr,,w lea. and cl.rk Ins.truct-
ed to a--". -, *laimi;tga '

Private School Closed-Cucu-nber
Shipments-Personal PNotes.
ARC('lIH. N.av I" Mi.- li,,

What Will You

Give the Bride?

SOur ilitA ;ttcir' ellIt',
fhavilig rtcei\t*l all our
f springg inui)rtationl of
thej Newest Novelties.
A few ,,uggeItions art':

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MiT WNT SMAT Beautiful Spani

AT URmW t Gives Pra

HTN RECENT BAROCUE WAS A iSll ofnavcwastou whiehbequiuse
OREAT SUCCES. aItiaasl sthat m ethe swtne
ee~ eM se- it weMld b wiseV M a
Yeon Pee"p nt se a nes Reheargal sh *of vmstioen enuld be made.
l t this ls ot always pm*Ilble*l a
on Tuely EvO "s **a*" Re- eni etse heomea a e.reslty.
lar Dance on Priday.. h s Ito a onate that levgufeie
W ma t lpodetai a drug balL.
WORTIINGTON Sharing(;. Ma.
14.-The bartlcue and ha-ket pi|icci
lact Friday was a big Puccc'. Mr.
l.anlb had oer estimated bis crowd.
however, and had more than half bl
larbecue, left. This was divided '
nluong his neighbors and friends and
all who wanted It. Everyone said
they had spent a glorious day and .A
were loud In their praises of Worth -
enrton Sprinsg.
The' crowd came In from Ocala. Me .

9 UA momU W WI Intosh. Elinston, Oeaiesville. Aaehb-
Pre eirr e aprss*e 'WL uWa and Newberry. Amoan the visit
,rs were R. E. lartigue. J. Maue
of Jack onvllle In vs titng Mlits Anaie Dell. Harry Dento J. J. .Wetbser
McLaln this week. J. L Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Ledbettr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heaxy left Bat Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Hill. Mrs. It. D
urday night for Cedar Key to visit Medlia sad Miss Mary Medls. Mrs.
their aunt, Mrs. Miller. L. A. Jerigana sad Miss Ruth. Mrs
.Jiases Thelma and Gladys Brown C. C. Chltty. Mss. Pearl Colas. Mrs.
will go to Jacksoville Wednesday to Brumley, Mrs. Clarke Miss Clarke.
spend a few weeks with friends. of a Oalvile; Mears. A. W. FrItot
and Cohen. Jacksonville; H. HuateMi
trs. Peroms of lotto Is vlttu
Mrs. Peara of Detto is sea, Palath; Mrs C. D. May sad
Miss Grace Hgs Mis Pearl Hendersu Newbery;
Mrs. Will Geer ad two children Mr. aad Mrs. P. LK Richardon and
of MJle opy were guests of Mrs. Ta- family. Evi*oteo.
ten for several days lat week. Mude ar daneta te -o'd l
Mrs. Mrray, who has bee spend eveitag w funrated by the QGala-
lg the winter here, left Friday for ville Orchestra.
her hoe la Macon. Ga. T yenas pepl here* have a
Rev. Yeatee of High Springs preach. die rehearsal Theaday eve
ed two interesting sermons here San- ad regular damelas Priday eve~sa
day. He was pastor of the Methodst of each wek. Thes are held at the
church last year and has recently nw pavllona sad everybody is hlvit- I l
been sent back. much to the delight ed. A MWW s* Obi e M M 4 lJ
of his people. Miss Ea Renloehl of Stark.e t- l-Mvisid sl"I-t- ^ r
Miss Annale McLan's private school ed Mrs. Middleton last week.
closed two weeks ago sad the day Misse Josle Parrish sad NsJ M Af a
was celebrated by a plenle at Water- Knight of lake Butler visited Mrs. ---yr
melon Pond. It was a pleasant day R. H. Warren Saturday and Sunday. **i 86 M -, 6
and all enjoyed it. Miss Clara Mclntosh of Lakeland Ielld011il
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodgaon of In spending a week or ten days at Ia olf W i r k& eIa
Williston spent Sunday in town. Hotel Worthliato. ignei- Mr s m I
Mrs. Hardin and three children Miss Mabel Lamb entertained the *i
have gone to Spartanburg. C., to following young people at cards Sat- o o "I f lDlb lllli
spend the summer with her parents. urday evenlag: Misses Meaitooh. Iraw mry
Mr. Hardin will Join them later In Knight and Parrish uad Messrs. Me- i
the summer and return home with Intosh. Knott. Morrison and Chap-
hon.T. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Port Pierce Rev. MreDniel held regular services IS L
%r.- exw 'te'd this week to spend a few here Rundav.
days lth friends. Mrs. Wilson will than two hundred people I w
te ,lh-asantly remembered as Missl -pnt Sunday at the Springr.
lMaud S t.w,:rt and has many friend .1Mr. and Mrs. Guinn of Alachua are
h, re. Isliting th. family of J. K. iStelhens C. H. SLAUMGTER ARRSTIED ON
Mr-l Hancoek has returned hone, Mlr. ('O,,IseI ha4i rooms at the Cox EMS|ZLEMENT CHAROL.
afturr a iiminth's \-it to he-r daughter. lHore- and ill remain all s rmmer.
Mr- MlcMillan. of Marrstlon. Capt. J. M1. (;raham aniue oer
Ml-s .Mars Ierkstro.-wer. one of the Monmda morning. but sa rcalh.d home Taken by Deputy Iherift OGerq WyIM
toa;-hors In the c-hoxl. has r-turnetd it on.e on arounlt of teleigram an at Hom of Ratives, and Will
r,' he.r hoimr ii I i thorn. Inning the Illlino 'Ir Itr. v and dauxht-r Mir. -S Given aH Hearing Today.
Iuiie,'. of MNonthroonk. ,ar. i-itor:' The Baptist Lawan Fete.
ht.r, 'atiiri' The law u fet,., ail\.n ,inder the rom Wednesday's Daly kam:
Mir and Mrs. Will Morri will at :up..ce., u f the Ladis' Aid .cwlet A(carding t to telphoe loformntlo
toid oiuartVrly nvtinig t. iW ,ai'vh f ti, lir.t Ilaptlt rhurch on a lh from, Ne.wl.rry. Slaughter, well
-- ho iedig the t' ith o ,~o'f th* nlit louare y..sterda at kn n throughout the 'est ind. is
Th farn..r are ry h.r now .r 'n aid la-t nsLIht irots a mS f in custody at N.wtberry charged with
,'mo their croun rs off hu il no et *. hlalia aid .tieeaeful affair, i the. e.nabezlensnt of funds of that
a til -hr 4mal. TUi crols o re neln th i lli. riagh the el'ourtl.s ,u.Lu lUl l b t- aa n 'tuli th Le sA-.
ri, i. gI. T. ro are nedlng hte (al '~l delightful mu I.ty of tuwn nIarshal.
raln .i(" k a ai.l greatly enjoy.e.d
.1 F: W'-ell e o'llnt Friday in Galune- Blaughter is a compparatively, yoat
%illv' lth his family T.. T i nie..v. '. ,cc.n. and was honored hv the people
S Theladiet rod te ream. cakeadc Nehwerry by the electionO of nur-
raud. **tcf. froin thn sale of .. ch
A CORRECTION. .. fa t. a o i hal a few moath* ago, and it was
they r aulised a Ural *uI.
Ae) R T N real- .at u.abwhilie hi tbhi position that It is al-
Error in Report Court Procedings legged be misappropriated money rol
Which Refleted on Mr. English. A Hurry-Up Medicine. lcted for l et., belonging to the
Everv housaekeepel r recognises the ton.
A 1. W Enlllb. the ve.etable irower need of elective reuandies to be uoed 1aughtr w arrested by Deplty
of Tacoma ar-tion who is well emersgocles-when asoethint must
known throughout the' county. writ. ht,e done right away. Such a remedy sh.erlt (eorse Wyan at the home o
The. Sun the follow ini: I Perry Davlis Painkiller, for sprain relatives near Newberry. He will be
The n y f lofit and bruiw.s, for strained muscles and given a prellmanary hearing l fo re
I see in your iaper of the 14th lnst for the aches and pains resulting Justice I Carter at Newberry to
Shatt oinr r reporter made a mistake. In from blows and falls. Burns and cuts
ihhe court lrocuceedings. in the came- of ar v lntantly re.lleved by It and day.
I k kuaglih. who wa tried for forg helpe-d to dealing its mission aof
merry wPgan seventy years ago. It
,r> Th.* r,.lort r,.ad as ufsed iin all couutrit. and million.
Q iu-tioii, asked Arit w iti',sl ,jf bottIe ar*' sold annually. Thtri .
I|ld o u ct m N ie.nmIter 3o, i "~s l g i. but on,-e Paiikillo-r. Perry Dal in'
'his check t t the def.ndae-.t, J W l' Iast. )ou se .n the ew large 36c j grwth of t
a i't- Sua "Wat" aj. brtig rer1s. ) ci l| il' a-. rorreurn t I- Ra& i-l
1ii t, rcigh %our ipal,-r slid oblige. --'-i iM- i *--
Th' t.i,\'. anl ,rror which Is IIk.l % t
u, c.cur In ll)l lrintlling offltr. the IJJ AR
I.,l1.. and litslal bi-lg in M similar,
lIut Th,. Sun is k-aedd ,to mnak. the N(W' O)PEN

J i. Kni'llth. the derfe.idalt refer At Mrs. Meemick'sl Millinery Par
rod to. *as a colored lman leks Weo m Court 14
Squa_ Gi a linevllilek, Florina.
ouffndern of Lth laws of Peuaaa'la Gla l
will'r be transported to t. si Ar tn DlOW woUfO
"beadquarters' I a imle lurIsulrouWs r aMrs C rs O Mkhoe- h r w a eI
W T&ll rs'An A tell Ccw40.0e 1,1
masner. a rubbar-r-ed patrol wages so eaor h Im~ Sees ese .
havius tle* Irpl d La cvmalsi tui a *c*~i4Sl rtIert I

sh Dancer

iee to Pe-ru-na.

0e Iglsseslsestslgi
aths sween "o. n

drtag thodss~a heam O smmeri
Imd espereally l enuasI s whio eb@6
weather Io very prevaleWd
Sfuek a d.m fOd s mso m o


wepomos ofb

two A


The smuthea go".

MK AFrwcb smaw--' 06 ft*L ow

Men asides t'---- -
o wbekbtbsr put HdIrbusd5 N
ucassm esasernbgs heesmeaeNMI&
or pasisa

.-A -f -A- I

Do use the mesa v &*d
V"s; 1 0"t Omskdbe.
Yaw; we" is s m Uw
"r; north isAhOMba10 N
andlap mad me


lb hr Et 4
b L ir r

Bank is prof con-
.ieu kpinaI 1~-

ducted in a manner highly satidactory

to its thousand patrons. We would

appreciate some of your busins. :




?kr I@Ndl a

sou. v a
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as Noma-
am- Rfax
"r as NWW.
od Gbmbu~

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iri --- -w---
Ci. -lJ u- lurr
am o*a

edaes be -pedo m ts A
ilig. This notion was charred.
d thef rule, were waived mad I
was advaCed to eind readiE. Al
dergm Calh meoed that the
rdase Ihbe remitted the ordi-
.sm. _- __ we, l Wb w s earre4.
i~ rWe Mwe I ne to piae
AllhNa& IMbr obs ma or
/ _* --om" S h_ m -- Is rMe
mge is .e minmsein thep
dir.m IM amt reading. M T .
an W"sursd id the rVns were
901d aOd the e Me p
a n IN % sI rWemg
d bomesl a hw.

a- -me the l ser rt sh
Ihi he of N. rdemlmw swed
s, th, be dam mad qp
anog o4 AMerms (sowin th
do*t sad WmVwer wm eere
Mea a warm o $112 me9 of
do essengest a.
AMeMemea wmdme that in

b to us raw aewame" wlt mr.

t dr ateinw be iod to

nM sons, s .uy sL

WM ad= e so sAaM
I~ M~tw L owTimlk.


W. 3. Seub of the
soeoft amheat adot
po-ivussefinbad esa wiN e

rl) Lw beI h bhe
4W at0 0Wr ~W- bmd o"
bm ehornpre-idet
Weso %*e of *t eobla
wet be a*mdI batoe he ~s
in 00 ewhanfet-om bono at

wesuslg b@t Ask y"w druggis
$o shim.w esawpmr he&
m U-_at eo

eees mfue cThro Are Im IO
Plm WhIeb WIN lene Veins.
'The heamdome- plmmes ad ilamead.0
Mtg to e gves awaIry the Co
Operative Catue* wll be the Wgri-
eat dlst t oem plrises over wered
Is Asrlasco umaty.
Parties trading wh say of the ot.-
lowl g atere wi be gives b vote
hr every powsy apent:
ONlmeevIll uritre Comopy.
furniture; Phb r Merris Co. elth-
tag rfd Artnhlings; OGalaevio ar
ware Coe. ptlmblag ad hardware
Mr. r. T. MeCoriiekW, llonry; W.
M. Johan drs and medildtes; L
C. Smith shoes ad jewelry; nMr. R
WIlelo. dry d- a ad mattons; *Save-
dra & arie, roe a"ris mad feed
staf; City ehery. bre, sad pastry;
P. T. Smith. fresh mats; Craufor
& Davis.l vry sad sale stable; The
S,. pritlag and pblHalotg;: The
Brow Homr. -meals ad ltodt; N.
Praf sco. Baam a House. fruit. etc.;
itmas MfI. Co.. lumber sad buildlg
maeral; Standard Pertllter Co..
Vote will be given on all orders
for job printing at The Sun ofrce.
and o subscriptions as follows:
The Daily utrn.

1.2.. tref mnumths subbcrilption.
old subcrlLers. W votes: new sub-
scrltwrs. T7wo otes.
$2.4). six nionthb.' .uba-riptlon. old
tubtcrill.wri. 1.24o totes: new sub-
scribers. l.50o votes.
$5. one year's subscripllin. old sub
scrdbers. 3..4W) votes; new subscrlb
era. 4,500 votes
Por a club of Afve one yar subscrip
tko tleefore 12 o'clock noon. Aug
1, 1M01. old subscribers. 3>0.00'
vote., new subscriber. 35.000 votes.
Por a club of ten six-montha' sub
acriptioks (before 12 o'clock noon.
Aug. I. I0. old subscribers. 36.000
votes new subscribers. 3000 vote
There s no limit to the number of
:aubs each contestant may secure.
The Semi-Weekly Saw.
S1. one year's subscription. 600
Por a club of vre one year subacrp
t(ons. 5.00 votes.
There Is no limit to the number
(4 Zlubs each contestant muay secure.

A Lhrlg Skeleteo
Is the Anal condition of any child
that has worms If it It\ Think
of hainlu something In )our stomach
that rats all )ou take' as nourtbihment
NineLt-entb of the bables hate wormu>
"a) be ours habi. lie ertalu that
it ha unot b% givi It Whiter* ('rean
Vermltuge 't t siels all worvs and
Is a toaic fur the haby. Piws I.
eats. Sold by W. M. Johason.

Typewrter rtbbes for sale at lt
e. s be oe a the market. Om
eseaty-ve eeata. All colors ard a
sa aU smta Mard Mami A s
IW a wa t ad. s gatlats a trG
IV pm-.SI inethm1g 1.m deal se
Mr use gal yeuYis,

oIEo IN PIsoNoaW caLL.

*dmeated Negre FuMsd Deed by Jal-
or Torey wmdy Aftr~reen
Bome excitement was occasiomed.
especially among the superrtltious
amro prisoers, Suwday afternoon.
whbe Jazlor Today went to a cell or-
cupted by Will S man. a demented
egro. and found the unfortunate
mi's lfeless body lying upon th*
Sear. Jaior Torty poke to the man.
eat, reeiva oo respoam. approach-
ed him, when he made the' ghastly
Shman was brought to this city
from Dutton. where he had been e-
ployed la the posphate mines. ,':.t
a week age. The man was uacuu
setu whoe brought here, aad has
remained I that condition ever soce.
even to the extent that It was nee
sary to force food down bhi throat.
He was not only a mental, but a
physical a rerk.
The remalas were turned over to
the Thomas U dertaklng Company.
and the unfortunate man was buried
Monday morning.


A Dea Micrwb Is the Best Miyre.
Hyomel Kills Them All.

Hyomei (itroutnunced lliigh-oki) is a
killer of catarrb e'ruI,. Itcaum, ahen
you breathe It In. Its ahtipm itlc aud
itrnilcu ide. I'ro ,'rirtlie rich vtr)
nook and cre.rice- of thel Iucous luerl
Irane fro( the mouth and Ian uw dde'e
:nic the lung-.
Hyomel brings the Australian for
euts of pine and eual)lAptu to your
home. It is made of the altie prin-
-4les e'stracted from these trees
No one who lihiv iu or nriar these
forests sulfrs front catarrh. No one
who breathes in Hiuomel. the real for
et air of Austi e la a111 have ca-
tarr for loag after the treatm aut
If you waat to cur.. catarh b cr-t.
broochitls. cogbshb. cold%. arthma. I )y
fever, or relieve ro'uunilstliml. try
Hyomel. the rolumon smnse cure. the
curs that re.cbes the s(ipt
A complete Hyotoel ou'flt includlne
a hard rubber inhaler. cost.o tUl) SI .o
alid extra hIxtlce of liyot.Ii II arll r
*ards needed crot but 5 ctot.t
tluaraite.ed to cure. *or Imouna' lbat.
%told I,. :. illlls drulggt-t. vietr)> err
ulda arnlI luarant,-.J inL Uainesillle
hy I W Mc(l'Slllumi 'o


b IS eIImnb I
ar4. hulMahu*an, edsum al etalm s di
-M or nas7 klk U h I .U ulib

Seie artlte thaoRis t ily r*to she
wr t your hobrw mght. I ae,
tdi bo eoid to gemen who i
bt*ly teekingbr a.



*lrlUite Cn.sjs

bU shh *m r it vs tin.
vY' .~kaU~ 1*b__ L -..^ k- ij 6

VO~rlOl~l r53 073 1CnAOK
ram. t. *K Or NO, CtGAGM
iA hib ('(solfiCOWLrt.Il" us'a1 CIksuit.
AssobuseCoust llol. 16chesopow-
1 T oggi T Willies w J. AJ ParIsh
se ets sr ossoemn@of Usaraueo.Order
It aeout be mdavit1aq0"s to I a the bl
a"g on he abov eaas Codina thab J. J.
fm Ib. J. and J. I f.-eddy. %woo ffthensd.
ont othe' I ed a ar. a t-son r"Idse a the
S" tv of rkfl a, iso aldh oft e
"'SOM .O GeeWsla. sh% bNOJ J Fr*.. Jr J e
l4 I s Atlo(A Costs. t*O J V (Gh+I n a
rioddest eof Cec l3I wl we b ob ser
he Gas of vears: hat hev In so
perom. a the State wpms whwnmelk-ol a
oubsa wPrnM a Is" 'ash #no de 4ai: It Io
haerefore me e 'credothaidi saim emt
delsadam he eel thb ale UhSM bi reired to
VaOW th sbe or OWN" as Illd i" mao
ean" Or hboms Kasay. e 7th tao1f
Joe A. *. esh"rwlme lsh"allece
llesma efm hIM awi netakes a see of
sali Aestema~s.
It Is essihar lrierdt haet N111rdOr he iePt
116I 1oe a week Incr afve wautive
weeks InsThe Oalee'.lft two. anmewaper
pOW-hed I I 3- N 1e-ty and Iate.
This April 1 qaIM
iSU. 3 WIU U. Cl oek Omit Court
A tUae smor -e .'ftulaI.
(Spo't A O f WoNtEIM Cl-k(ircslit Coars
T B5 U A. Ja.u "r frw (oe l saua
m ste (emirot Cour. Zkeh Jom~91o Crvuit
Alsechu Comt'. rarl &-Is Cl(aniev-o
J uhals lst vs Lam.. IoKolier IDa-
Order of lbillatlm. 8W for Divere.
Nedin t ooea Naiad Posses shat Lwom
Ke1 or D-.1. ha e609"t W roblm saein na
s-remeeof a th stateor oFlarli.. btt ka
I reft e f the 1'r Soaws oh Its I e"ous
a Gooerwt Ited ,ast she'so a I vernus aI
We 992640 of Flar 1 a a Iss of a of a s
irtem wham would i i'A solid leumatWea
that sh* Is be Is etheae of sweat.a"erows:
It Is Ub herfers Ordered tdit gdi smesee
det etasthe ad she Is bor.mb'nod
spow iee o-the 11111eofCasolbles Sledto'am
eav hr berms mad". theU 6O
.4 Jmse. A. 0 IO oebrwwe the as
Me"of alm Il o wi sllhe "g. mas
Ii 'at.. therorderellithat 'N. ooder he pub-
he ases a weef tflr row os.oomellv
wosha I the U(1.1' ne u s. a ws.
me wablied In asmaI usaty sad Stat
a. 1. WIENUES. Clert ckrcg CarCo
rY N S. (BEVM* D. C
A true opy #-I wrial.o
(bow l b.1111.WIF.NI CllCS ew Irkla coon
Us M 16 (URVt.5 D C.
W I1 4VUmOM. autcISW tn 1 oUmPiAAlat
331 124033lt hVTUIO 0 Or CUAPTUE
Notwo Is herthy Aivellthat t.' R PrguIsom.
paersha'. of Tax Ueotl-cate No. 94 dated
the Feh do- of AgeriL A. D.a
be* heed maid "rUastht in my ogie.
6 b asmade isiplatltle for g-as ded to Ip.
sece i saeoodame with law. bowa loer te
emrsace the Ioliulea deser bed proerty
altsotltdcdt" A'.ec ougcr PFtluda Upo
t.e- st 1. A.IMO F ibiA ddalls to Mcatopy
dle t O land h10-n1 9afmeu d at the date of
&be i.-. .,s4 .v.f .oth e Ceg ir Inothe Lat h
Of J H Liaosk%
Utloem ald certmeste shall be redeemedaw
O6la to law. : deed d lo w illtoo tereu On
we Il dar of juse. al s. 1 )* .
Wiftsm BY ollcIal agOature mad seat this
Q6aIsot 67 of )a. A. D Irw
6. H W5lF-4GF.5
Id Clark Crcutu Courtn A ;l u Co %
If M. c HLVLh."D. C
-i. LAws oF rLORIDA
Notie Is herely fives that KI I C.t.Coo".
Pwurehssrr of Tax trUeeato No = dated
the 0t da o bhegteC or. A 1UL Io hstMSled
mmli eel tioat.A Ia irobW. ad. ham made s-
igTrl05 10 I er I .4 InX n linu I aorofss
wish law Said Ves embraces the fo*
loulag dc crbod O so ehf muawi Is A laao
o Uter. row"&. towit.
0 U 1%of be Iloe. 14L T1I, 0 K a IP -41,atsft
The sold land beaaa amm euol aat to late g%
the lnsaaae of mobh eflsest. is Lb Bas soof
Moirat' Uobb a
Unless mele bortleto ssaU sah rdemad o a-
iaegteg so law. tan xdo" wU 'am tharef as
the d dat of Jou a A D. IN
WhamVe mv or4al denature sad mWl t
the 1--a") of NMt. A t DMW
pad Cloth Ciresisl tour& A Aaaoqhn Co r.,
Mi tn ( HKVI. 0DC

.1. U .PA lTON
..C~vs Cmgti r ud Surveyer...

ouP, Ln a s Iimi, annan
Prnmp sahS in all buisaft
0"l., dome. deew "eh eteq ?hmher
610. to.Us V" Me fliimWWS5 ft.

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In 4d 4 mmb vyrio n of .
twkn lued go of the (lrrw l ,,ir.
Klhthb Judkal C('kri of fnrtd. iI
ind fo Atli het eety. and dlr.- 1,4
t 1 and sIM0UWatr the whPeriff. of t he
14ttld of rkorNi. I. P (G. Rmknir a*
h.frtif of Atlrwbm counr Flti.l.a
hase levlerd pUtI and will wrll It fro.
the c.mrt hou donr, In (t 'hu, fit
lilne-mnlllk Alarhu e ant(. h,:>I,1a.
m MInor.i th.' 7th Ir A of in. 1'1..'
16. 1 S : n i II h C tl he ,'-i rnf 1. t
the htlhet"t to 1 h le.TrI t, i. ,, r
few cnah. the fillrtn ,.ns < rtll. !
Patltr. situated lnd he'inl IIIn .l4, l,
Sunty. Florida. towit:
The Northwest quarter of the S ,,nh.
west quarter and the botthwe-rt If;ei
ter of th Northwest quarter of S.<
24. Township 10. Rase 17.
Together with all a d singular thI
tmnementp. hereditament and aplvir
tenameer to the sarw hkeloning or in
anywlrw apportantlna.
alM above deocrhbed proplrtyr t)
lag lreved upon as the prlwurtv of
T. R. Plck*tt to satisfy said execution
Ia favor of The DeuttoF Bak and
agalst T. LR Plc tt.
befrif of A tba CouMty. orida.
Attorneyfor PlatatW.




MMk cnuW Mtesag Ieam c wI

It Was IRelecten Upa b a l Fatir.

TAI.I.AAIAS'4E 1F I r', I *.- r It' n h, r *. 'ril r f Twei.
ly attacking the |.r t:al in:.. o t in .'h. .Fliusnom and IHenderson.
the Walles c latm l tI1nilatitt.'l I o\ (o\ r S tate Uniformity.
nor ( that he tw~r ..r d Ithat 'h., 1 hl.f l- ( the n rte.l lt tr.?-son mad n.rerly
tive ha. hbe n nl lde a (toil e In th 1, .* .. A.. -. _..._ ._ _.

matter by former (;o-irn',r .i'nliniig
and Comptroller Ctroom. Senator John
8. Heard. on the floor of the Senate
yesterday nmornli. furnlhhed the ien-
at ion of the present rrtokm
Senator eaird has not taken a part
In the discussion of the Walles claim
matter prior to this because of his
relationship to the Heard estate.
which Is Interested. but be explained
his remarks. sayin that the Gover-
nor had one out of hia way to eaat
reflection upon his dead father. Col.
W. K. Heard.
"He is emphatically an honest man
and sincere," said Senator Beard of
the Governor. In part. "but of very
ime w mental capacity. His very
omeeaty of purpose readers him an
asy victim and an Innocent tool of
dealgnig men of greater mental ca-
pcity, but of le honesty ad sai -
certy of purpose. Of the subject
a atl h si Samale truMt On-
emor Oilchrist has absolutely no
greater knowledge than one of the
pages of the Senate. and apparently
not as much capacity to understand
a-* 'tr're knowledge of it."
While he was speaking a special
message came up from the Governor
calling attention to remarks of Sen-
atmr Beard relative to the meaaee
whleh were entered on the Saturday
journal. In the message be asked the
appointment of a committee to Investi-
e the actat on file in the State
oeice. to see if they would not bear

I h.entire alte'rmwl .s e Euator
(',*ne (of 'olumbiua county flually push-
el hl. r State uniformity d f school
t.ext i hok hill through to third read-
'nx ye'ttetrday.
The tiht was a hard one and It
was only hy the oot dilllent work
that It was not amended In such a
manner as to result In Its death.
sernator Johnson took up the di-
cnmtou. arlnilng aalast the bill. He
exlpresed the belief that books would
he no cheaper under the pan than
under county uniformity.
Senator McLeod spoke for the bi
sad read a letter fram oscool supr .
tendents of six States favoring the
Senator McCreary. anthor of the
county uniformity bill. spoke atro-
ly against the Come measure.
Senator Daytom offered argument
again the measure as. Heo ep
dally potted out that the edwators
of the State oppose State unllfoity.
Tie amendment by Sewnatr Dtyt
providln that the law shouldM t
Into effect until approved by 1 onty
boards wasu lst. 1 to I.
The Senate made an amedment
offered by Senator Wlllams providing
that the bill should not 4eet com-
tracts already entered nlto by county
Senator Dayton offered an amead-
meet excepting the countless of Pasco.
Hernando and Citrus. claiming 'hitt
the law would amount to coaecntioU
of hree book ownd by theao m-I

out the statement in hi message of tie
'riday. He also devoted a little at- The amendment lost I1 to 11.
teotlon to"certain newspapers" which Senator Dayton offered a member of
he said had been continually mlsret)- amendments which were all voted
resenting the Walk mattTer. He down and the bill then passed on to
stated that he had asked them In third readilnx.
fairness to publish his mess-.age' on -
the subject. but that none had up to Sao Will s a"
that time. He 'stated that in jutie the
L tl l I Ili And are always nettling scratches
f h Rst hi me.%art- should )I.

or iII OLtV |e V i" cl i1.-'.' a e' ,, -
spread on the journal so the Iw-ople
could Kget at liit real f:art- eof the
'in conticl'ilon." .alid Senator Heard.
\hile- fniipi hinii his re'nl:rks. 1'i rniti
iru 1t, ;ay lil t it 1 s with .\rrtr i:, r,'.

cuts. sprains. bruises, bumps, burns
or scalds. Don't neglect seuh things
-they may re-..u.t s-.rtously if you
Ido. AIply Ballarld'. Snow .liniment
accordllni teo directlo:s right awan
ind It will relieve the pain and heal
th.. thelltlet.' PIri'e .'. .dOc and 1 .0)4

Iuleatn ce that I ha\, (' t 'M-s.'- t1 ,d y J h on.
matter .and ha\te doleti, -e l, *. -I
the (;ot\ crieor, ar antoll iil". *"i fo.i' f il -i Called to Indiana.
nation and.l 1 itlhoutt re.i-,oni r le* t.-d
Iupon th- m.nimory of Col all t..a f! idi aa
aI a roli;, nlud. hau' t lle: |te'4l saitlillmeille'd
nian thte latchets( of aho e.lls v .; nOV- 11.
eruor Gilchrl.t RaP unworthy to 1 untr ri In
iite tau it Mr- \' rirlh Joterdla i II L.
1 T h e 1i' a t e' f c % t el te l: 1t" I cl i ,:e11 1 I .il l l i *.4 11 1d i l l (,r 1 11 1e l Ii r 1 .h r
ati-nt gi-all imlre#A N ir. I)p

the (Go~ riior*. IU.v-bkt' on mlhe 'h- .&iiii
(.ail, aid It e ht. P re-ch cef So nalptir
lIkard ti uhue' Jetrikal. biiit ha' ecitclim
a as reuza'sidert'd illhe Aftli r~ieei aii aw
It s up-dodeld iwle l s &to tee -u11111It te lt
tit the s.jb eL0IAI 3IittteO t11II1 14, 1114-11
lort-adt o n t lie'll*- Jjei-til 41 miuc II .I. e Iti,
il the' efsjltllttttet' itido r E',fiw-t I I
I'he.144 I&.t tla.tiialeer i si% 4 e.
tlroughitputtlb.' ,.jNee'eh Sf ucteer
el'srdciatid his Attac'k oni lu t Iie#er
rv'r sit- .*a-i I he' .eiit of the -se
p ot1 ()IeiUion to rathirr d1% id- Ji tl
v iatstiir
lresIdrut Hudbon announced i the'
afternoon the aIteilntet'U t ots the
ecmtimittee to Inveatlgate the Gu etrr
nor's WaIles claim metss*e of &Iat

tat, I- w 1 kinoli anil has uanl.
:rrt. ntl- ri t hi,- (it\ hli|ia rig % lt* d he-r
torotti r (' alt;tiit .- aNM Grahanim. 'v tu '
If .you aint to fe'l elll, ltk well
ilnd I- bell. lake Foley's Kidney
t.rir-.dy It stones' ul the kidn.ey. aInd
,ladder. purities the blood and re
,l(,r-., health and strength. Ple'aant
t, take and contains uu bharnfu!
druci54 Why not commence today? J
\t McCollum & Co.

Want advertising as a fore. whle
.ou can harness. and wilt which ye
an drive your plan ad purpose
n sav desired destitaal


A5su t foraudimseses ea b.
4F iwukmsmsd todaywIay me my. oua morlae

lowm N O&--ft~ owes% a a

W 9. .M J.8OW

uDruIM" om PUS

I.KtI.All Maty 1% hritIhtI
.rf ee1. **eg. -rr'id lNiaud '> r en n, t
ilslrtol, hen WlIl) Mo,,t-,I.wn si 11
Irarold hoil of that eMty nlec--tid.ntlth
shl and killed the IkyI.r.,1 4*nlon of
r It Te-rr,.
rli Te-rre'll It a wawnmralkr o(
k, land tlt him famll, re'.-ie In
.'mrlow. and it was whillk Iln:nl with
.an old gun which they tlilnt i known
was Ihladed'" that the aMedntetl o*.rm'red
Th,, two voy wr'.e plevln msoldter'
and the little Morris Im*?y irmlnted
the xun at the Terrel hoe. which at
,mcr elxpkded. teurtaig a hole in the
:xit's body. front the eleets of which
he died almnot lastatl). only living
ashot lve minute..
The Motrrm hbey i ovcrwhehired
with grief at his terrible d.d. while
the family are Iweaiolable over
their great and sudde hbreavemet.


Colieed Ch okete of f Cfty Combine

TNi coserd ebame of the city
cobi ed I a d Minut pictte
K-day. and toe v lhiattended
port me a the W lellt times of
their Yve.
Unlike tne yea, an promes
decided ics yr~ m to him te
eity mlts, and bwtd mth a t Ihe
cat basebPani ptk. 1 day v pa
ed hl games ad edhi tle ealss
of vartes kitads, -tel- vlthl
gr mel afthf basl aa between two
picked teams wi hc prvd qut at-
mated at tinm.
Sefrbes ts weronsW MIAda
toegaer the day pro aw u rIy
ad auccesM lI as.

This is to earthy that am dvsrta
are antmrled to rotfmd your me
If otey's Hoaey mad Tar tUs to
cua you eqWh Wr eMd. It stepe the
ough, hels the sal mad prevs
- mmawnia ad emsumpt e Co
tlabs a oplates. T he enubes I la
a yeHow peakagae J. W. MctCoeum
A Co.

A Merhamtile Change.
J. E. Wells, the efilent bookkeeper
for C. W. tanuknight at Archer. spent
Tuesday v 'th tI' family In this city.
Mr. Wells announces a deal of con-
iklerable Importance In Archer Tue-
day. being the sale of the mercantile
business of J. W. Groves to Mr. H.
Maddox. Mr. Uroves' damuhter. Mr
Groves Is also engaleid In the nTer
,antile' ald hotel Ibu netas at Morris
ion. which occulple hlr entire time.
te-nc.' thee transfer of hi. lntermts at

A Samle
Is a pretty bard thing to acnomipllele
when you're blue. bllious and out of
sorts. There is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver complaints
- confallation sand dyypepsla. alJ-
'ard's lirrblne Is mild. yet absolutely
*ff 'tlive in all casr,-s. Price 50 cents
Work Progrealing Nicely.
Tiht work of llatiiK thee itrifted
brick on East Maini street is pruores-
inis nicely. and at the prI-er'snt rate the
,l4'k btwitw-teei ast Ilb-rty and East
\lachaulc isll Moon btm completed.
This, ill be- t the' lrt olid block of
litrlfltd ipavueent see-n In Gainesille.
but It i, be lleied the property owners
all apprectlatle tbi pavement, and
that other work of this nature wil
soon follow.
if you desre a clear eomplealo
tktce oley's Orino Laxative for oo-
atillaton aud liter trouble as It wll
stimulate these organs and thorough
ly cleanse your system which Is
wha e'teryUon nee-ds In the spring In
urdter to feel well. J. W. McCollum

EI tnuating Carcumnetaees.
Altreiid.ant l n li t Ieetll garde.i
stereil.s- u Ikoinrl eo kLowI It's agalisl
thMe rulel to li ,luI lk u bere
littlee i4lrl-H4 b I Is ut. sir. I tIhouglit all
Ilat fllks ls glams bus-a shouldn't d,
was to Ithrow stouUi uIceI MUa

Coaersa. life cowr dick. i sadabt-
adl cotaslmos, bt some pmerea a
se liable to e6a-h 1-0' D. PD.oMUe.
Itchlag. ble*dla. protda or
bMad pUae IVlM to D a'a COlmeat
Chnar c case soon releved. iaaly
cured. Druggts aU sell .

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Woman's Power

Omr kin

s o ehem sad buld the Pones soomhm al a
W..ihv own. %%emOne lows.%ansa"d .am bee am.
lo -inthet A.W Wo0Ld M OfthWMhiu V
d she miu. The wome. Wiebs mbum e0".
men ea gui herof pie om aDI mat.
Smbim s"ls a* .er to *1"t*e hintW
Sam. He. pined mh bn guido bus
bet -m Imek., herawslmivn, her mlaifto
sad be" POWWersd p= as a e ammD. ai- .%the.d .N..
teAs sIst.... hif s~er ubeuldmm, has pwuserhd hr sad oute -'-
dhows of wamn. Heh i.a msumad hr We
=*. ft s hkins a s lmeDr phwe Pmferweolu. ft hb e0pedus
spo* O hr the W"SADSs end derdkmsmm to wo".h
Iowa. semgm eassd hush. Modieme u~i N. I uS
8i* p vim to ime- a -aeIt' Ia oem ts mke a CI.a aukro wpu.

a^ mWWO MAM mowma met uI~ am=,&LAW O


Sno f

Sat k

8 mon

8 than

8 cP

8 dein

| 8


everyone knew te ood

alue of
Msr OOf

Qualcr Oats

uaily would fail to erv it

ast once a day. It gvi

c energy for litde mossy

any other food.

backed in tins it kp in-

itely in any climate. Th

lc int i i I la ,-I
e L or --

hr Qiishr .wuto OC

01CW-C acaom fWc to

ArtdfO Wm SL I
"Do't yoe men really knhw that
women are very largely artretal
"Why. yes"
"And what id yo think of Wr
"hat It's natural. a f eors"-4-( .
eind Plab lDealer.


as aM YNmh ft
s hlre In nl L i t
It ,/,Iplt

The Unfeeling Worlt
"II a you ever feel that tbs world
was agnlnst youT"
"-ure. I felt It tble umorilag when I
alljisd on the sidewalk."-PlttbWrl
As we lrow les roul the iawd
pew lem old.-Baco.

Hoarsenes, btonchlUs ad other
throat troubles are quickly cared by
Yole's Honey and Tar as it oothes
and hals theIb laamed throat aad
I-roubhlal tubtl and the mot obal-
nate couub dlapiiears. Insiat *poa
having the genaine Ftoly' HoHey and
Tar J. W. McCollum & C.
i &
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!md, ot s ewm.of tb #"Not,

V.-a m- at "s u ef we t rin

Sam W"abllo 919W o Ibo

ly~r r---Jip ta seb
o n skyurI sowleu
& 6w. s -ooI rm -mm eu

via bulmtir u0 whsaop.
i a Semm It eW4 4mood"

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amme mm

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--~lrnd_ Y~LI1

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~ A -lowWL.Kw m

w a ~a 11 oa
=4 m w tIn thee
A: t a 0 1a ppwewv pub

,doSS.1 de ll.I

MIS GoU."t Islev. he. N gem t
k4,hems, Wayreem O s.. Y
&_ I Vl I of Ukamm wu le

do d er Nwwe oftKas Iprwae
Xgpe b ft Amsesky fmrthepas
aw a snob me dam, -- C

WW& A. IL Irengl"O Ms 8"0 90

mn a tP heod& hev"

-mwdam ISO I i rtob umed he
fts. IL. T. 0% iNow ofdo
WIM- Iowww wma Twk Ye

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NEw m o
ai1583ff. muY

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am sm" sowhoob mama- ~-

- R-a M en L-o- e to fw

0 1r1110 Mli W be_ Wk ak
M bHBe atb b pIme s d

S- We ylr Meadr. Mr.
1 11 .em 6" the tal-rkI
s i mh ,sar aik aft a

-- -- .V -ad- -d o"eb IMS

-m. m. hWMis m 1189

am mr aw, n. oUn

01111 o" Dar hOnowmes
1 n- he mmth te f o Mom
_ote Mi et ai NIA tm.

|-lP io It Z,140, Ise$=
O ie re d thea rwi I
t e uses ses daMs. or.

d N, SK oheRO &evivol ber.

0. W% iat *e. w ent to ew.

I elief -

I M r mar the eTMd vo Mts *
mer IMy Itde iteg osu pera- I

eea tlw amure of the brother of
eare at Mam several aMin tib g
[4 that t taegmte epenptraltos of
twm ., who as wht, havh- W
aMt of -e. r beel-s ta UMt
"by o Wsaty mail
Te Oslaewvlle Vamdevttle Coar
SW. r ic poayd Mere at tht New
IBair th nre O ta tealrg e of Ma
Sti. ldll ki today or I.caaopy.
wer they Latrd a i OB som e iwrfoaup
"am for te belt os t herntcarof
H.l Icraool. Thof *how"M was lUar
aiadd ad a. ir-l Tamed L o G.lue
vaUll. *ri a fe-*l s re that uUlte 5
teft Is t *store ftar bore who
-ed (tnnIht. ach ticket boghl of
bd r0bool cMlr In cper of Ipr WitsIn
M er 1i ewnto for tht Mhaveoy Hbeen
arrested M are now 6eTmd:a tv

TlaM, wi vttian tle vaudeville hoM
at Michpy tedeit. at the Nw

N. b. b i.. a proelve merch-
eral Heate. uon the ve la vmalto
ito twill ty e today. for M o.
3. r. Pope. a bildiLn Caottrectur
I en lcua m. ene t ct of theu bumtuo
Ia the ky yesterday.
-ita Chi Ter al ls raramB-*
Ir b 316 T ha bhy w. M. Joasit.
mieIs toestore f ostborl who at

The ltorlit. Each thrket l of Mr
u Mr Mr. Wtioi Tuekday eves

meao i cad ent for thead Mcoaualo ig

A ew Cook has arrived a tow,
ili a cme a day or peop from Me-
lo arwtM attend the vaeville show

oat M of SMr aud Mrs Io)I t'ooL
'M. Da w, a pro thgressive reb
alturwaty proud
Islarg uas a bustaoess visitor
of CalpIUy. was traulti o Wbaldo

a Wok*s a Mrs. McCorik'sat ML-4U
ery Secool. l sad e.pC t ad r-lae

bere two or three mothb
Dr. J D Walk.u. lr H L Moat


OW o@hma d USOW.Usm
IIs 00 S. ir Pseu. Yb V l
- up IN mru AIM' rs~ me
066W t o qopped .%fb a Irtr

doppo saw otk IWO w me do&

0 lp I%"** towwrluI.ofI b oo cl v
bet mm reelfte s to NAuuiwlis
h %-theto %We r-IP InS I'wosm aI

off tw 1ft. 10 OMOPa tot

pro Jm oatba llkilr t fo
ur MWd Mrs. 3tr'uusamd jrvk.
have jlst rvturud tressa de4Igtf
0*e to ('biting.,M~waubee an ether
p.WS. M thersturmbig.0 ito "d
shidy.s 04pped at M"sft. "e olda
hem. (39 "ft.. Oa.. where the?
wIN sb h e a few weesvu ww"Ims

amlawme. Plas.
Dwr ir: Clar pi ad pse full
at beate are two diffuse thMoe;
thr a-- both mbd pi-.
Car paint sad pMat adulterated
wb wtiasn. eos-eay. amad-
s**es* e-hart bnsM sOd wer. are*W
dIbrest tMas; they anr Ith ae

It uan s lom nager to w etewn'e

Splai tea pinb o a anda-u

paib tem hatN-whM; o hdr Mhm e-
Untm Ts Them am. N na.MMe
SafwamW et lepoint. There we
more milk I two quartsof a milk-aM-
vowar thmh inams adm3 ofsw
yes -& two ol. hr lo e a" Y
p w duer 4 aker; 4 labon r aots

Te IMow ew It tI with etwr lm-
I r Ad hias. r's Ithe sa wlh si
A day'sf wW to a seata Dlf at
rw haf-ple.
Ap it to "* --WU Lm s --m pose e
have two hIases, me dse; iplat me0
bwves, the ether premier palowt I

I t tlahi 1 penMess Des, S. a
geRM W?.JI he> pabt;-P a 9e^e

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0 to S, 1feet bgm; quiY. md o
blrk. m pCn. th .4&Ib
heart quaity. P* u full ntwmUStm
write Or.u .mutainurlng Co
JeeksmAvIe. IM

best S ado--edom a
am" b ".aft sPwi ook

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meWbb iI04ii YUs r h idJ 3.di

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LAUI WAM UIE--A limited lot of Ia-
dits' 'Walh Skirt* in white, blute, pink
alid lini.ii; trimmiled with wash buttons;
jitW4eWt effect,; *l3..N) values for Friday
and .Siturdlay (et. corit.*r window) S|.91

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Range t oldl in this isctistan.
Fimrsit line White Spraails.
Ohmst, Towels sai lPillow

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For Friday and Saturdaty wwe offer two
lot4 of White (tools at price far lers than
they were manufactured for. The manu-
facturer lnetdeal tile ,n Ilocy. we haud it
and Could u1-< the. goi)la, Ii'.Lt'e vou
profit by his ill-fortune. Htenr, tiey arn,:

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A A Stwi Cau oeks, thur.
onotllyl t dpmmdrahio. sAt1
s*dnbla.-.l1' 24.2 Amw
for Fridlay SIMl saturday
nnlty (am vloo. will-
da*) III yard. for 75

Sand IttNolitia. tim'.
&ad Dt~toAlisim. Or
iygilJaJ -V to 't valor-
%to, seftlr ltsr Vriitsy suit
%~at i-ay ofily e5t4I.
vie*iIr a mmla y%

The latest deve'opmenat i, White (ood,. I'ERM.ANENT LINEN T'IkEA FIN-
ISH. IIar all tihe merits of at handkerchief linen lawn with double the strength and
durability of India I.inoi, or I'ermian LawtI. In plain white and dainty chcks.
Per yard .............. ............................... to
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AII4ver ombroidsry

112 yardss all oI er eumbroideries lit
a llrall daInty pittelru Just the knud
ia uall) old at & U the yard. for IPri

day aud laturda .

... the yard.

ailS Hair Pon Sets.

We just recelied a big lot of thre
nlew hair mucc'-,'mries folr ulnlady
Th.'- trdai t (ll 11,r e d fror rr)
and iAturdai) at 16 to ac the met.

iMu's Sirt
This Shirt in known as
the Shirt that flatters a
dollar-fifty, because of its
remarkable value. We've
never offered a garment
with a firmer faith in its
wearing ability than tlhi
splendid Shirt. It ,looks
like a $2 Shirt It ir I
$1.:,)S hirt. Friday ltid
Saturday we'll taell it
for ............ t
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N.A1111Calto vaa& c ap1prials of E lrb* Ir'ucn 1 sceetW
aurl aecrasulotat Awo. Lt" 'p ini and, I9-4. OTamw
jorloe.*.1-1 IFmr t~a se andI'a'emisyat 9t o SL 40

It J4I '1ne. I'du, \I'enlr. blacksut ul lsr, ?7*1AWl
11W mraagetto n m. uapproveu 'laWit for *&As skirt sad
suinwt.-.r sim Vadray S11. a1d ~ dJ. .

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11IW a uaaataul s ut s%% a-dreAm Isteriew
fultualamr tbme lIst, uof thet .1On.0
ct l l i ng f or r o u g h bi l k e w e a c l o r .
b6Ce ala*e amimw ast rriday aid matar.

da) at

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Diro.t.oro atI".
A hlu 4 iaii a.jii gi) vourlvtij fabric
r r *rvisikil uskisla. bia.. pymb.
%tlitae, cream. Ia%,-ude-r Id bMsak
*.' '6'%M11 rri &ad I alur'da
emit% agos Yard.

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Witt n im. u1 l&14* i 0 0 o ouwm wow --a alu m
Friday m kr uunooy .......I~)

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lauth le Uias guwas I, s board ,r 1 lw k
sluw VrItI d bteu M Wse

Vtwlw d ~ 0uouaU e'have a 'pedkA s iof wW
h~y (I~r~y n to Ift r ahm Will hr ou
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