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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sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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Some Strikng Effects of the Tarilf on Neccesit;es Crafordvi:. Buines n n Appeal Homse Pased Bank Garanty DM, and e Stant
of ife--Other Washingto Notes, to d mtiooa^ irPntery C omare-AT Samte.
of Mother Wukgtoa Notesecount Shortage of Suppies.l


WASHINGTON. May :.' INespite themselves behind that form of direct
the claims and confident predictions taxationC which wouldd Iw most Io..
of Senators (ummins. laFollette.. sible of natc;meat.
Newlans ad Senator Ilaley. In an effort to de
Newlands and othrTi that pnros ioti
fend his vote for a duty on iron ore
for an income tax will be added to has assailed practically everyone ahe
the tariff bill. yooar correspondent ven- has s*een ft to criticise him and al
tures the prediction that they are all most before fie took his seat wai
mistaken and that no such provision i rov n to have given false witness!
will be made. There silll b an effort by two of his Democratic colleagues
to add such a provlslon in the form Ilalley attacked (;ov rnor Johnson o
of an amendment, to the tariff bill. Minnesota. "Marse" Henry Watter
but it will fall and the amendment son of Ioulsville. and an independent
will be referred to the Judiciary Com- paper in his own State because they
mtittee with lnstructlons to report next had critlciiced his vote for a duty on
winter an Income tax law which will Iron ore. lie then declared that the
stand the test of the courts and can steel trust did not want a'duty on
he drafted. It is highly imuprobable. Iron ore. whereupon Senators Rayner
moreover, that the Judiciar. Commit- and Smith of Maryland. both Demo
tee will ever make any report pur- crats. arose and declared that the
suant to that reference. Some of steel trust did want such a duty and
the Democratic advocates of an in- Mr. Smith said he had been ap
come tax law are complaining that preached by repreasntatives of the
they are being oplpoed by President steel trust who urged him t votf
Taft and that the White HouW in- for a duty on ore.
Suence is proving effective. That Is Some striking effects of the tarifl
probably true. for while Mr. Taft on the necessities which the poor
has said that he is not opposed to an man is compelled to buy are broughtI
Income tax. he regards it t a last to light through a controversy be
resort and would greatly pr.fer. fir-t tween two Eastern newspapers which
a tax on inheritances. second a tax appeared to have obtained some contf
on the dividends of coil.or; lon dental figures prepared for the use
lastly an income tax. If any tax in ad- of the President by Treasury experts
edition to the tariff Is necessary to It is shown that on the suit of
meet the expenses of the governmentt clothes which retail for $15. the duty
The Presildent has further signihfed is $4.76. so that without the tariff the
i..s willlininess to wait until next same suit could he bought for $10.24.

I ecemtbr before' recommending
thi .e' law.s. a.- Ity that tlme he
% \' it will tI. pOl i lh), to



't.theTr or not the now leil-ding tariW
11 will brig i n sufficient revenIue'
It is -. oniw hat difficult Ito under-
lt we \ H ilt I *,>*.r i' SCe:i:ntors
hnqi :ol'\,. .tl*' a t:tx (on the dixi-
dl..i of *oir'Isra.' i4n.i- 4. "'' a t 4
,ild ml,'t with th.- .., apprmial

A man's overcoat now retailing for
I$1.' could Iwe ought for $10.3'; if their.
were no tariff. A womaln' cottnll
'tresps which now s'lls for $10 could
t e lbar?,l f',r f .7;. w'vre It "oat fo,'
the tribute' which the conuunwir l-
nade to pay to th.e mianufactiirers
A tala.etr ru i wllti ch now sells fori
$1F, is worth just $.;I. the' extra
$1 ::I; )n.ili tthe snum thre constmiinr Is

S the Pre-i ide %at alnd reol.ali ;ith i cnAle'.-d to |pay to tihe Amiericauii
S:it oif niit.' telith:. ot tlh.' \ e r.- of i;tanrufactut;re r for the- .-anei rug which
Sr--, MIr Aldrit i h iiil the' r.--t of without a tariff he' could liv for lefo -
e'It.- lio n : r i1.i.ati n i I1.. 'h a1n $1,' I'rac ticall <'%\.-rI)thilig is
',. %;%le, ulhl 41 st4hi-l a ta\. Iut %taxed. e .->n r allt Hiaiejh co(.t' a c.rnt
' i- \*r> ,ecol,|t('iil it thin o,,..;i. .: ...i ;la pHmll miore' Ice('il.e' ofI the tariff
< .Ild (e-cnmimarl sctllTlfie.lnlt -triength ,to ian ld stuwar all h co.-t- 1: c( it Imiore.

I ** nt the e : in,1111nt oi f f hr law it\ a s orlrtill I.causet of thelit provthe, o
t I n-ilx that; feorm, o(t tn;axel a1ai w oi, h '-,olic .'
I r Perido.lnt lihar- eclt ard that he I The Se.crotary of Comninierce' aRld l.a
I. 4,rr. o tnly. a a l.-t r.-'ort the ID nmo- leir is till a wonde'rilg if he- dare- dia
i ,1- hla ,ala ri.i'l.- -lit-..I l an )pr i m i-s S. N I) Noirth. Ilr,-'ct( or ft th,'
I t'1liti to unIllld riTirl the- hol-ie' si ('ensus. In ie-w ofl the' opllpon tion eof
Sio of Irotctionli Se'ntatr Aldrich the powerful irrtiwrilrs of ('onire-s
h;i- conife. .sed that he lwho havet come to Mr North'a sup
I l\-. e's the* adojtltln of Iat, form of port The Se cretary determined some
i: l;l taxalioln lill unlld.lllinc. the- time' ago to get rid of MSr North.
I11 o t-ti*.' *l\ rysten. n Icaue', oance the whom be did not regard as competent
1.'lil,' conrel to realize thhe Ilneolflt of longer to administer the Cen usH Bu-
dir.ct taxation, alith the clear knowl- reau. but there was a rush of power-
S'lct*- of how much tax each man la'%. ful Senators and others to the White
and the clokme supervision of putlli," HIouse
e. ie,-nditure s which that would pro
dlic'. the' Ieoiple will Insist upon the' There is a man In North Carolina
S'..iiidloiinrnt of the" tariff syteirm % asariclous that he- has arranged to
1 ITr ich circumstanceI' it wouIld Itie' Iwefotre anan Inhritance tax la
i..r teo i tir' he part of a ldoinli eron would go into effect if Congress
t i iot f i I. noo rat to alilli sihouldl Iit. It

t ATLANTA. May 2:..-lol for i-et TALI.AIAASSEE. May 2:).-With a liberal ad Just pension to aa Ml
tlleimnt of the strike of the fireen'r the starting on foot of a mild investi- Confederate soldier or his wMow-k
on the G-eorgia Railroad cenlter6 on nation. the killing of the Ilynurm State for aay bill or measure that will o.
the visit lhere today rt I ntted Slate, printing plant bill and the pasagae of quire a old Confederate -seler i
SConmissioner of Later (.harle P.I the Taylor State guaranty of bank de- make a affidavit that be Is a p r
o N*ill. h lo is coming from Washing- ilosits measure, the House put In a before reeelvls I lsM peiuA. sA I
toil. bus*y se.sion yesterday. A number consider this bill uranst to the eM
s ;Govrnor Smith ..,, iu.t.; i rj.- of other measures were acted upon. Confederate soMlers and wthek wiow
s osed arbitration by a commission of Representative Kelley of Bakerde- I vote io, sad wlsh to goa record
Georgians and the firenin accepted fended the State guaranty of bank as favoring a liberal and Jet penabt
Sbut the railroad did not. Manager deposits measure. It was passed by law for the old Coafederate aIor
Scott. of the Georgia road. however. a oote of ;;1 to :%. and their wMows. TheI preet ll
t Informed Governor tnith that he will Mr. Iardee Introduced resolution is neither liberal or Jet. i y,
be here tonight to confer with Mr. to send a committee of three to the opinion."
Neill. VWestern Union office to see if any TH 8NATS.
The danger that the strike if pro- of the members of the lioue hae iaity one bills pased to third rod.
Sponged may spread to other railroads been sending "deadhead" mes sages. kid or withdrawn wa, th r,
r became serious yesterday, when Vice and to make report of same to the on g by the aats M ay. I
President Hall. of the firemen's or- House. Adopted. wal te bardaet rind of the Meas
ganisatlon. raid that the diversion of Resolution by Mr. Mahaffey-To al -ad s rgt bamsindse ia l
the Georgia Railroad' business to low no member to aspak more than Bu dstlr over i a le* ndar.
other roads will cause the fremen of fve mlnuts crcept the Introducer of AMu le over t et a w.
those roads to vote on whether or t.., bill or resolution. Amendment are kta wa the Imee morilU y t
not they will accept diverted freight. adopted. striking out "except the la- ta i O- Badlard, which reriM
It was reported here that 10o cars producer." Resolution was adopted. a relltre g o attie p
of Georgia Railroad freight had been Sills on Third Reading. pro~p or ~ ah by t ft.
diverted over other lines. House ill No. 608. by Mr. Newton A Important sa ire laitrinI
Malls and usually car Regulating the list of pensaio re- waa the Floarm b M rln Igr
tried by the Georgia went by other ceirers and creating a State Hoard of cosdectle I ll the asc-tos, el
roads. and In a few Instances auto- Penlion l. uea sad ltls iofl the Stil.
mobile service was reported to. Prep- Amendment by Mr. Wells: "Any Amo othe bio t pasa4 to Ai
arattoas are underway by postoffice i.rson. who enlisted In this State ad reading were: Ibhe CaskL J g
authorities to establish an automo- servedd actively for six months, shall lation callnf tor a roesln o a i
bile mall service between Union Point receive the benefits of this act." corstuation; the lieemed bI ereth
sal Athens. (;. i Iot. a tate forestry 1mmolasm dll
Conlllcting reports as to why no Amendment adopted by Mr. Blan- vidlng for the eoaservaigo al t
trains ran e.e.t rday ware spread ton to include the value of pension- forest resoamreat the Stat; aI-
tnere. Several of the (;e4,rg;a Hail er's wife's property for assessment. Humphries bid ad owla the Dg e If
road engineer.r, sore, rel|ortedl in th*' Many amendments lost and ruled Commissioner ofl tate it llkM-
strik,r. to be lllint to, take their )ut of order to sell or lease apusp ate beda I af
trains out In the dday-tilnii. although Amendment adopted to employ a in the waters owned by the Sate.
refusing at night. b-causei of ithe hax clerk Instead of having the work of The Senate passed to third readlf
ard of being :. 'ii 1 after r dark Th. the board l rformed by Comptroller's a bill which was amended to *aw
atfikers claimed that the- railroadm clerks. The bill passed by a vote sheriffs to accept passes.t. ftt III.
officials in falling to Ipride, strike. f I41 to, If ed an amendment offered br *Seal
breaking firenll'ti for the-.e- engine'ero Mr.r Ke.lly moved for reconsidera- Humphries to Iladlae aewspaer
v.c-rc tIIr'ii to, puit ily aitlatilon i tioni tclniry men. Senator Humphrles eM that
it wor.' light thalr it %arrarint The. in the vote on the pension bill. It is a reflection upon the anew aper
.,'ficials. lhow r. raid it was th hthlion. Jamens E. Alexander asked that men of the State to say that thI
ilM.e ;1.l. and danaitroil, toe run atil e'xlilalation of his vote' be record would be Influenced by free traspr*
'1. 11 **'1 :I f llqo : tatli n
Mlr Htall inanid au tIhe. nre.iti'en tI otle no and in explanatio of Senate Hill No. 368. by iM. VA
re.',l.r tait tivke onl Ih iI,rTo)i.i.'d lioard nly %olte will say. as a ano of a (ollt Creary. relating to the divston of
of ariitlratlii .Itludge IIrace Hlolden'i federated soldier. I will never vote counties into road distriets, was ad
of Atlanta. ohln I.,'.. pro-idenit of the. for an\ I ill or measure that will deny I vanced to third reading.
;,'-orKgia di' !ilon of thl. iF';a ii.r'i I'ln r B
i'iiM. ad ('f' irr.-s -II alt Thioiiiti- W. A inunlr of houses were washed Vhlll AV
li;artlick eof .tiad.r\. ill. a'ay lU I9 ii
-The' dead arc SMrs W. W Brown ff a 1 A A
Food Lacking ,n Crawfordvill. .Aid three' children of Foraker and I AlUI
ATLANTA. .Ma 2., -W. 'Chap 1all.t Jotrr't. a lnegre'v-
man and ta.'ntt-Bfle other husie..tHs Mr. ltirown and her children were The resut the A
nien of C(raaford'.llhe. Tallaf.rro 'counr- rawn l-d l h rStt cre**k vhl attrau Te were as11o tans:a
ty. ).e-trda) wired the .State. Hall ing to .c.talmw fr"mn hish waters. The Leae Tuesday were as lows:
road ('ConisleonI that ouig to the' K're'e* dropped dead from fright ('hattanooga 3. Jacksonville 0.
abunce of Iratu service on the (;eor whi the aatlers of Ilolgy creek near Macon 3. AugustL .
gsi Railroad the people of that town Elnid surrounded her hons. Columbus I. Columbi 0a.
land county ar. suffering for the ne- A uiall tornado struck Morri*, de- Savannah 9. Charlesto *.
re'sities uof life.' and urging the com- ieoliahing the- Methodist church and -
rinlceionI to re-llder some assistance ,a.*eral reraldence'., includlan that of If you have lst or ftm d myll
toward the present itus- rlruest WScott li-aid his strife and lo not fall to keep your qe a
1 ,i, Hid ere weriouhlv injured clas-ifli'd advertilag selsma
('hailri.a, (; Mcle'lndonl re-.pli-el
lo re-ferrlitj ti,, e,-oiple' of ('ra rfordl I ou AL H il U a as l ai ea

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Warning to Negroes

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*esvottoe at the drgat It of W.
Jhaos and I sold withas ad risid

as Ms agrodeaetaonm lat Amerind a

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su the dandres germ.
S So.. allag hair.
l aemtly stops Itbln of the
I Mas the lhar l.ft. Ikay nuad
t -
Soives M ite ad beauty to the hair.
5 is -t sticky or greasy.
l .r the daiN-th perfuiced hair
e makde.
Sis the best, the m pleasant and
tweratin hair dresig made.
m same by "eding drCaggists v.
talk .irl with the au-
ShIr b s every package.
st y ed the drIn t who offers
A a master ps, he is unworthy of

Sti Is what Mrs. lsab tb E
dum. Mechaalceburg, Pa a rite*s:
SBad give. y ehope ofr eer I~lig
pd of dadrut, when I pur'baaed
A battle of Prisa Sage. It has eU-
dis removed the dadruf. and ha
atind a growth of iew haIr, and all
im alter havia beea troubled for
M pears I cheerflully r cuu uend
-Ilga Iage."

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so The best a the wark OeLb
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The. re eBgo Eveaag.
Ther'asa questoi oft psyihlo
IelveId sL the reaa s why a -o-t
iy people hwl M&sad mas etena-
msot any atare tume after time
Sthey t ol tb they "oUow the

b S**u t the New Bird to n-
Jay the vtom moving picture ita
eohbted every aiht, the audItorium
s a large, eaol and roomy that a
*dafese tht Mwad peek to seufca-
am Mest hses givirag the same
ru 1 of eastaCammes enjoy
n barte c with aheodtate free
4a ad ease and with the masr-.
me that they will be cool ad com
portable aad able at ay Utie during
the eveaina to obtain a desirable set.
After you read this over stop for
a moment and think what a beautiful
theatre we have hre ea Galnesville
-the very best la the wbole State of
Porlda outside of Jacksonville.
Mr. Wheeler latends to do hin beat
to give you what will Iph-la. and at-
tract you from day to day and he I
in a posillon to do so. us a t.rh- rii n
associated with him ar.- thorouglii
familiar with elr. detail (clLione.tcel
with the Illustrate! ,.r '*r. L iin.
and are -Lu- thInt kiL, I,| ilK.e- (for
your bitweft and Ill*a-ur<
TLte sng po to Iw iaK txtoix.t i.
"'Would You ('Care' witli Ila..tifjllk
colored slides.
Owing to an accident to th.. lil*.
in transiportatlon it *ar, nlnulax.itll0-
for Mr Wheeletr to tllug last liKht.
but his pilare was abl) flled hIy lliar
ry Wellington in on- of hri ri ow
topical songs The daman*.l mliid,
will be replaced today) anld ou ca'n
bear l-own by the. Old Mill Stream"

A Card.
This Is to certify that all drugglsts
are autboria-d to refund your nwu,-y
If roley's Honey and Tar falls to
cure your cough or cold. It stops the
couh, hebala the luugs and prevents
pneumoala and consumption. Con-
tals so opiates. The genuine I in
a yellow package J W. lMcCulluu
a Co.
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ua this morulng? Hicks' Capudine
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ftoste Of I terest

W~ALDJO. IMay z; 1wJ M'ROTlixW
Las, 'u4ch&.4*d tt.o Je- J' :i*- 1tA

x~c. na( ii r 11
Hasm... and ezp'tm 1to touAi a r..-.
den'rs oc them In tbhe :T. ir future

M r%. L. It :*-;;..r i- r .la-
tih*s in Meridian. .Mi-*,. and ri a(
comlpa.y her son. Harrt. houm from
P.bool there. M)ss s Seglr is in
charge of the storr meantim".
Relatives here of Mrs. A. Jolly of
Oran0 oe Heights ha e been visiting
her. a *she has beea quite ll1.
Mr. Wa. Asia and Mrs. Dixie Har-
ris were recently married In Jackson-
vtll. The grom has Leen ia the
employ of tlh 8. A. L railway here
for several years ad is a brother
of our towamaa. H. M. Algs.
Mrs L Morris visited her soa.
Geo. Morri, ln Gai ville and re-
tared Saturday.
S B. Pletcher. the baker, Is out
agat after a severe Utaeas.
James Case. the oMet taa of ar
town. bto o a vist to relatives aI
Hartford. Coaa.
Mrs. Water W s returned to
Tampa Mo day after a visit to her
parts. Rev. and Mrs. D. L Bra-
*ix&. apd to relatives at Starke.
Iavitatiao have been eat aot to
the many frieads of iss Gracle Belle
Oelger and Mr. ward William
Donegan to their marriae at the
Methodist church on June let. 3-:.
p. m. Miss Geiger It one of our most
aeomplisbed and popular young
Mrs. A. Redd ha returned from
a visit to her relatlis In Jackson
Dr. P. D. Hicks returned to Hawk
lansille. Ga.. Sunday. after a visl to
his parents. Mr and Mr<. D. Hicks.
and family.
Mrs. J. W. Morgan of Starke spent
Sunday with her parents h-re.
EaBI eer Rdlgrae returned froai
Atlanta and resumed his duties on
tbA 8. A. L
Rev. Wm. Pugh married Mr Morrhi
and Miss Ponds of Hatchet Cree-k
la-t wee-k.
J. It. Kennard. J. L. Neal and R. C
'hlite went on a washing ,exi-dit4ion
oU lake Sal&a F<- a fe- dat.a ao).
Waldo is p. uliar in it.i re .-I*,.?-
W '- ha hIit-i- a l. 1 sIlllA w li .1 .. ir na a w Lit i. I:,:t i j :
is (;r. 11 a -). a % auilK I.l A 1 o
'lk. ('.*ffn ... a Iznarri. l l,,l:,.tii wh i
l ?. I,* r a 'l.l' I..t ii i
al% a .-il' .1a i;. :i t ) I 0- tr 1

III lia 1'4 .1. P4e A tk l at .-. I I I- "1,0
~ ~- i a1. ta a a 1.1 l, i. r
11 a 0 ,11 F. i -l K. I r ( I I L 1 it !)* I ,.
G I lzaer fill -lI-A ll...J:' A ,I .1I .
kill.u,.-r :I itI I. aaI t 1ha4riP,
m1llan t '. !It a I# -. j %al r -. a.. --
IlaI raaattoer ha. oll.. 11131, 11db' f41
it .1 l4 t,

The Lyceum Course.

%I r SO I ;mdi aeaa it i- 1,1 t !Ia-. e -itc
jeAepltAar ala? rtaini.r- miiim ~acaaalior.
1%11all -ah'i. bitr It-'1. iFl~f rna i.It i i ii
fln i? t. tai,- s all I lee tbe la-t llLilal.r
W to tal.)veaau Ctours.. Mr Lataot
(Emil Ieun isl ac.- of M lr lk-Auchana;
who %a. taken ill juxt b.-fora bhe *ap
to IIA'. a li' here on March the-
I -.h The. 1,atrunlls of th cpur. are,
fortutia.a t-in hagwx Mr La idacrii a -
tlhte clinaaa to thiso vr) via t fmt4otr
(-ourpt M r W lotelia 14l... tal it)t,
gently gin'.. a recitAl at ita. Eh*.
rci Thlatatre wie fr tIa a.11 t-pia. tit
III*- 1.) e*.tIu Ceoursta. 58) s t laStid~
I. hl eb 1,i te11 4 ''lad- Pa-1 a tial ella
-)f I.~ r s? tit.,rKreot-ie titala hi
Uli&111&L t-lIll.lals
%hat ii? cThet,. i ea(ofthat Ka' It 1a
*1".. 1It %- A e ei ihia111.41 a1, e1. I,

--d 1, % Tht- lu 1
.11 Itaip. .&Illat. lIii jm l. ta i aa
Iart ift h ,a L. (1 lit l ut S liIe I, %,
.41' u1141- r V-'Li 11 m. t ram. Ilimia.i 'e
111011 'ie a U4! l 11ef lu~

sop mFireling "air ^n rses Dormaing
Dm~rms MDndruff Makes l"Mr Grow

Does qot Color the lair
I .14 1...I-

I let te Coal Fre o Ot

At the fiit sug-
aron of summer

weather let the
r5" fire d* out,
t a New Perfectra
Wirck Blu lame rr.
Oil Cook -tuove in a
corner of the kitchen,
and at once the family
bou;ng, Ifr n: aand bak-i
ing may he d .n with
comfort, because the
"New Perfection" de-
lirc' t'e heat under the
ken and t at)bout
the room. Asther
canveOtOc of the


UWkk Mlt (on Ca0 i
i im CABINET TOP-a fetm rfod in no other oil o m
Pseats th appMre of a se ramge. Fine for holding
dia-for keep meas ot after they are cooked-f-
warminM plats aad for keepia towels handy. Made i
ibrme a-wi-th or without Cabinet Top as dered.
At yur dealer or write our meafi agency.

m^Ra sLamp SSKSI
SW- ^ wu l t erg *r qS
-M a mst org
em mllwImea, e oafir

few a|rOwmanr"asv .




---. MYER, Mamuer---

cl,'t be miol"i, for none am
BUICK w "I as thin. BUICK




G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grasl, Gardeq Seld and Fertilizers
Hinest market price paid for Chickens ENgg anod oth* Produce

A Complete stock of tay. Cora. Oats. Flour. Bran, eaJ. CoCtat
eed Mel amd Rye. We handle only the Very Set goods
at Lowest Prices. ad guaratee satisactiol alsaya.

llilmim a ii i- A ---- M ..w--

Are YOU Being "Hunted?"

One of today's want ads. may be hunticg you-- rasIck
ing the city for you. It may have a message for you of urgent
personal importance-one that. when yco gie it, and h-, i
it, may change the immediate currents of y or activiti-. o
your interests-may even place arouCd a..d about yon new
environments, new asacciates; may give you an entirely new
start in a business way.

I not


Isn't it worth while to try to find out whether this ay
be true-today, tomorrow, or very soon?


A wl. t lit. aviljg .f a lift.

'IlI',t~llatt txptwritellt&of

pnrot at Iv c t y I .,- tis. u v ifo

riI irare

ea C6 e~llaatne i ll
A. N. 1U4MA, gtbis, isU11
tiesdt ioned.

L M. APKU a Sinlh

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Country Sections Are Showing Up
HeOvier With Each New Count
o;. the* Bai;s.

,- t

TsII m m OFGAI su

clothes the nerves andI -
muscles withwarmfat,fills -MANY "PESENT FROM ALL SEC
the veins with rich blood. TIONS OF sTATE.

It makes children rugged building Had seen Beautifully
and hardy and fearless of Decorated. and Pr s ..rc a M.
the cold. It fills the whole
body with warmth and life
and energy. ., .. .

t:1; *-

4!' 1 4#.. 4 Tii l i ii.. r a1at. lii to-
It, fir.-t pitLe with a ni.argitl otf :.I' it
T'I l.4i lhis # Ith.i l It I, tI'I r.- ar I. I o hi
workingll 1 r% I rrdt. Ie- il'. hei'al)\
n .I.t l*< ihe k i t '! e i. 'l *!. ;1 ..E 41
Following i.s the standing of the
candidates as a result of the count
Gaineeville-Central Secttin.



14 isa


Jewle Evans . . ;
Addle Good' ............h .ls .
Margaret Ledbetter..... 23.20t5
Estelle Heal ........... 129.390

Bessie Carver ..........
Nora Stalls ............
Gertrude larrod .......
M) ra Swearinen ......
illanche Thompson .....
Aura M. Lewi. ........
Mary Fernandez........
Alice Schafer ..........
Mabel Williams ........
N. W. Taylor ..........
Annie Hell Taylor .....
%lamie Crouch ..........
Eia tauknight ........
Grace Hullard .........
Ella Halley .............
Maude McKay........
Finale Whiting .........


4.15 -0



Eastern and Southern District
Mliss Hattle Englibh. Taconia .142.14.-.
blio.h Matll McCredie. M't-noply lti.t.'.o
Mis- Luornil MC(redie. .M lnoi l, "l2.* .'
Miss Iketsie Waits. llauthorn. ;2.5..*
Mils Ella Jolly. Orange Heights 71.noow.
Miss Martle Chamberlin. Mica-
Dnopy .... ........... 5:1.680
MsIts lihrtie Shaw. Fairbanks.. 41..10
Miss Cordella Crown. Rocky
Point .................... 32.495
Miss LaVerne Bobbitt, M'cnop) ;2.;'
Miss Pauline Carlton. Mica-
nopy ....................... 31.010
Miss Agnes Zetrouer. Rochelle 29.3.0
Mias Annie Lewls. Hawthorn. 19.'553.

OUR MOTTO: it [ads

at the Lmst Pcrius

L. C. Smith Gun.
Oraper A Maynard Sporting Goods.
Dangler Gasoline Ranges.
Yaleo Town*e builders' Hardware.
J. I. Colt A Company Acetelyne
Cas Machines.
F. W. Devoe and C. T. Raynolds
L. J. McClosky Snow White Enam-
Pale Interior Varnish, Pale White
Camar Varnish.
Marke & Company. Ltd., Pure White
4 ported S*eedish Enamel Ware.
The Celebrated Acme Plaster and
A me Wainscoat Plaster.
Freecoat Cold Water Paint.
The H. Wetter Mfg. Co's. Stoves and
sRanges of all Kinds.
Pittsburg Special Fiald Fence, also
t4og.Proof Fence, all widths.
The Grand White Mountain Refrige-
We sell all kinds of Mill Supplies,
Steel Split Pulleys, St*oi Shafting,
Cast Iron Pipe and Fittings. Jenkins
Valves, Fairbanks Valves, Stillson
Wrenches, Marco Spiral Packing.
nigh Pressure Packing of all kinds,
Hydraulic Packing. Ponerthy Injectors
and Lubricators, Garfield Ejectors and
Injectors. Flue Expanders. F*ie Scrap
e, Boi0er Rvets. Cap and Set
t' 'e.%G.
Also Turpentine Supp 'es. Coun:ii
T.ol,, Biack Joe Hacks and P' err.
E..t ..U Sct r I-t HOeS. L re .
c >k St'4 *er Wice GA;r eA Ino W C

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Thin people sometimes
gain a pound a day while
taking it.

mo- Ia& adotWbm a te- He
par w in"a ha e ah~ gMi Abw
am to e a W maOWweNi me sda
C'mb Mvb N ,4ls ofth WaI" a a
scorr a mowse s.e uma s. y

Miss Pattie Zetrouer. Rocbelle
Miss Lula Perry. Rochelk. ....
Miss, Ennma Guthrie. Rochelle
Mirs JewelGodwin. Hawthorn
Miss Wilma Maines. Monteocha
Miss Mrtle Hammond. Haw-
thorn .. .. ... ......
Miss Georgia Snowden. Hatchet
Creek ....................
Miss Nellie Reeves. Micanopy..
vilss Mattle Jennlngs,. Rochelle.
Mss Emma Entensa. Waldo....
Miss Mary Louise Atwater.
W aldo .. .. ...
Miss Mary Hall. Orange Heights
MiHs Effll Tison. Earleton.....
Miss Vandalia Staf. Waldo.....
Miss Gertrude Smith. Fair-
banks ......................
MIs Mamie Bailey. Waldo.....
Miss Gracle Moore. Island
Orove .......................

I c.cs3ue


2. 3 3,




Western and Nortoew Sctien.
Mtss Eva Powell. Alachua..... ol1.o,3a
Miss Hattle Ludwig. Tioga.... 94.025
Miss Vida Itarron. Hell...... 91.74No
MMls Ellenn le ille. Arredondo. 4.1..:
Mrs. H. Maddox. Archer ....... 75.61,
%Miss Anmie Kirklltnd. Alachua. 71.4:..
Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs .. .,.9"t'
Mii P Lucinda Iryavnt. H..ll 64..... 4'
blI'a Rosa iAte Ries. 11igh
Springs ............ ........ 1.495





Aleen Holl). Arredondo.. ..:.;.;
IAUue Avriett. Newherry 22.>%2.2
Annie Bevlle. Arredondo 19.435
Emma Williams. Trenton.17.175
Jewel Stanley. Hague... 13.003.
Cl4hm Pickett. Newberry.. 6..3,
Gertrude Guinn. Hague.. 4.22f,
Ada Pearce. Newbtxrry... 2.9:<,4
Mabel Ilurnett. IACrosse.. 2.44.',
Lula Gay. Iell .......... 1.635
A. Grof. Newberry...... .794
Katir Akin. Arredoudo.... 734o Cato. Alachua.. .. 4(t,
Lizle Smith. Newberry.. 630
'Pearl MelCAod. Alachua 23.-'
M. N Sanch,.z. Newtlwrry 140
.1 I I' rr L.u(i' -' l ":

Chamberlain's Liniment.
This i. a iuw ir, rl,;lratloi atnd a
44111(1 o411 It i- *, 'l*-| 'latll iAill.a hhIt.
1 t lire fur liti .a.i aii l il..~'utilai
rh.unnati-ni. and f or tIe r'.: I from
,;aiin whir it ;affirds III altile' infltant
in..tory rhe iiiiuatu.ii Thit..- wh%1li li.1l.
i-4,tl it li%\.- ii. .aria.thIl ij'11 1n i of It
;.1 th. highly '-t te4,'lli of lpr.laie Ianllte
la,;tk. lanie- houldh er and ctiff neck
tr*. dltue, t rhtuniatia. -i of the IlilU l-c*i.
itiu;lli brought iorl It cxipo iur. to
'old or danip. and are quickly cured
biy applling this liniturm t freely and
managing the affected Iparts. Sore-
ness of the mus'cle.s whether Induced
by violent extercelb. or injlr. Iso )allay-
ed by this liuiment. Fur sale by all
druggial. e
Entertainment in North Gainesville.
An enite'rtainnent consisngl i of an
illustrated lecture will be gli en this
einuinK at North Gainel, ill-. Hall for
the benefit of the Young People's (
E. 8oci0('t The obj)clt I a cortLh
ioneM ad a iuiil ,.r iof (iltiz.n- frtoiti
the. ( t, ir e- |r i t iPt 1 ;..' l .f till- *l l ll !:l Iui iA k
I' i r.s u ill -llt .-

Bilicusness and Constipation.
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., '. I liiii >,.r r ( : % i>; itilH .. li t I. .ll .
rn- i all .-* r.tioi. of ti. S Sl i ;t It
% :t. clilt II ti I'he gr, 1t.'-t ii a it-il- *t'
Ithe klndl Kit o'n lit thei r i\ fitr ,Ii*
,ears. a large' nuinilter tAi.ikn part it
h. (1:II ink
Tit-' ntire' uilding hbelii h. ainti
:ull the c(onimmlilt in charge. are to IN
-ongratulated In looking after .eti.r
retail that would add iela,,ure and
onfifort to the occaslon
The graduating'. which
etrce held at the Hirli School Audi
!orium. were of a rather Inlethv but
ileasinn nature. and Ilie- will I*' cru
ered fully In The 8un tomorrow.


Lawn Fete on Seminary La*n for
ener t of Public Library.
The lawn fete for the benefit of the
Public Ubrary will Ipolth ily take
place on the 'Feainary lawn tl s
afternoon. TIe attractions men-
tioned before will take place the
May-pole dance and baby show. also
ice cream and cake will be served.
Mothers will please have the be
hies at Mrs. W. W. Hamilon's lawn
it 4 o'clock sharp. The prIses be-
'ore mentioned are on exhibition and
will Ie awarded on tliis c a-icc .
I'Please' gle us your patronage. havt
- hig time and help a worthy cause.
Thl' May-pole tIrlai will start prompt-
ly at o'clock.

A Happy Father
is soon turned to a sad one If hr
has to walk the floor every night with
a crying baby. McGee's Ilaby Elixir
will make the child well--oothe It>
neriv.. Induce' healthy. normal slum
bhr. Ikst for disordered bowels and
sour stomach all teething babit.'
need it. Pleasant to take. sure.. oar'
tafe. contain no harmful drugs
Price 25 and `o c nlts per bottle. Sold
by W. M. Johnioin.

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S' I r I.,. "
|,. I h .* eli I '..* 'll k 1 I' S *1 I I I '. ,,
h. I l 4 v i l*it th it i '
It I iil I Il -v -* In4 Il u 1< t.- "

A Smile
Is a pretty hard thing to acconmpllsh
%he'n you're Ilue.. bilious and out of
sorts. There Ii a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver complaints
constliation and dyspepsta. BJ-
lard's lierblne is mild, yet absolutely
effective in all cases. Price S0 cents
per bottle. old by W. M Johnson.
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13 S 313 Salest.JACKOUVUYM aU
p e a law* .29 si reaf e ms k ofhutfwads g om
Wood .wMmmobbmt mabf
of sews..w~ me *0- u.soe
lb We bags s No in 61 sue-l w
"W Isa w M W
oes w O OS ms
We see Ss ~as e
ans Pa nesa

If inters.d i thle Mbj et 1 art oyi f d 6 of
tioner; for aoy urweIty imoa or 1Ia yew vl-
cards wor our seuplm of enravig.
We do anything ia tht line and gurm e sim
faction. You will also Oal our primo s*rmtmory.
If pfrrerrid will enad miamsale to yoar bote a
that you can make a M-letios at eIriure.



Se tdom trouble the man who is known to
ktep his money in the Bank. Money
del osited with us is SAFE from theft or
ire : : : :




Groceries a Grain


No Order Too Large Phases 215 B AIESVII I FLOfIi6



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Fire, Life and Accident i... ,


We eaeaT at jaskams


f" a ornS To T&

mo s-tra thi e say. w

P4006Fso oe ftw-da"b
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APmA o eA s a L ow mow'. "- '' ''
ad Olson" a fTt thug t'eT Iwo*P- i* 'C *w I
Pon 04ISMI a. tvmbv 019410boosU9~*0 awaetifo a* !a.

I ~vm U Pv.4.ufrb*t w V 14.e"w.tht'q..e U '
Melb The ft m p m mue "Iq 16%4 In 'l to,@ I,.-.T .
It th m ly W~I a tbe WO b of f b-

T.-d r. I s r Isnt S wi,4 g e -" t o' 9.9
Wv, ~~di War' v%.r~lr m h. I' **f .g'".'V *e

oidie 11134 too %-I low tu lhep#V., S
a. lamC) gbd~ tiaadet's'. .hf." $~() r *~ '
g.Mg Iadtnwrm. I~beIaIvb-Pm"f)' U'' "t h90' '

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Mr. muma*
a ft a
Iso um s- as awe

8a -e" a ow

~ ____" ml a CmNitk
Iwr m m *

Umo hte sow- Uve

*- WuI- 1a av

wUpisblE 40 aM ft cs a so

aft; w wtory a"
sho e bv u

am to "i"h" TM

*'l the eu ust ml b )

,ethath mebe v 4 thre

mesh muc so nything. MThe

t r e ar:1 i'a, a 'C
oncl b..rp Itnr ., f f, .- !
I 'pi m Ti' r

".4.. t~he.'-'. LI ,~,.,.. ,.. A Plefr trS W, ee"--%
Psbe- G sn. 4 t.hxl-* .* te 4 ~ a' '
-00 of all mzbk agals Mwbd .,'" Iquik ab t !t an UN 9 ?'4.4t
t rowe evor uttur*4d a u d W I m emto i ho0 i 1 11i err. I N--' rvc'i. r
-iw. The is me naeo um~o a I law r n ti A'l 11106 Irl n rad a-
ab is -ue In IW4 W um the tou8a* mnWen t", carry. r oew*..1. .r' unrfr'.1.

... the slmd --er-ia her pr.* .e all
ctrilis s ti s sl-rm The pliter
-i, Wft Mi tbWru tr-asferr the
Seis cava with ser

Simr : he ba eva. mo'
Ib eo at ma iMe seem Instinct
wift IWe. but there s Ime pictur t-o
VbI o pla ter has ever
bem ae to perfetly repro e It.

oM 4 m y ad-- md me I
t w tb hmM v v m tot m ther-

Trs to to he a Uweea aI thetr
pla sbei are eeslag for the
or atio- xad the "com.
inemsmot" of eiO MI and et a l gl
Sa s miistd im thoumads of
ymew o ts- at. bi g rndid to
moor an teitr W ewas.
ie ow I @ re yie tam ere ome
th qompti ois t" het year of
-bedl to let up a lttl o their
atdes besuseo at the feeling that ab
the sd so ar w It does net matter.
Pr mere than one reason this is a
estakm Idea. The ast year's work
ibMd be the Itttag crwns of the
wk of proins yarMr The. too.
the lat yer t school is to be eOm-
diMr Ia It rltiokr to the future.
I am cases a youag man passes
drcttly from cool to his life work.
As the word "comnmesement" Lodi-
estes, his Ife is not losing when he
Iaves school. It Is really opening
before him with allU it possibilities.
ad If Iullmet success is to attu-d that
lfe be mut be adequately -quip:l.d
Thts means that the young i -r'on
mst Snalh well at school in ord-er
to comamence w-el ar cont inu' e%*-11I
la the business or profe-.i ou ahich
be eaters. t1 Is net ilipl.hd u .l

S ab B i t kI aI o I 4c ttbhorough work that *inL-.
a may kMa4 wods as we pas alon. -
A certain auth. rit.? a

Me oof te terial that is aet
mot ii the editorial department of
mae of the magamAe and sews-
ger -mais hoae that the day
aa PWe mniaw Iad0 lw will coUe

'O- vy to tll at you are get
g e Mi I wheb yu get tired of the
41M pal- talm It is half over."
W-- The OM itat Journal. Prob
'a ; a we ever heard of aay.
e 4d el tbil.

S3 we waut to spoU life for our
dMi Isad be a rsorcu of atmry to
6hbrm we *ed only to be seltSa
Thih ely ot earmeves and ofr

pat aseIe aut of er W.

A Wieas l a sellee prohibits
g ftrom inatag cigarette.. This
M M he a great hardsip, as
I ollmstraed peradiesl have for
S it reprl ee atd the real cal
kv mois as smaoakg a pi&e.

A Ma mery. AJa.. uMan has beeu
areei -ar robbiaS a gas weter of
OL Wibt,. o ourer. we aare Mot iA
Sof robbery, we cofIees we are
Ml ary to knew that soebody hai
M-Mg to @1 hbeas at the gas meterr
Is a Mag., atehast.

A ftiude-1m man bet he could
af tW e ags Of wh wS hey within
We bers Ie Id; but be io lad
A Ic ag g a bet se coud waits
eas r h dl m l tmtag.. She did..
41 it lead. These th ** ingsA%
as flbhair troobis, base er.

1 a% 011, 1..

mailn ho "dot'su It provid.. fr i.i
failly is woras than au infiltl. Tih
same may with equal truth 1,4 sald
of the man who doe-s not ftind hby hi.
own town. To speak di.paragiigly of
one's town. to Iplint out Lris short
coating anti b' -llenit .a to its r:.. r
Its. to trade hlse, hr.- aclnd <.ai.- no1
if th-honsi- h nil er hali- tar\- li h h -
is unla'rli4ic anid i t i;. -;il in
character if Iot In digre.' with thib
actio of men who constantly praise
other countrtie at the etnl-u t. of
their owa.

There Is more catarrh In this ser
tkc of the country than all other del
sesaM put together. and until the laIt
few year was supposed to be Incur-
able. For a great many y)ars doc-
tor prolouced It a local dilease and
by constantly falllai to cure with to
cal treatment. pronounced It incur
able. Science ham lro\en catarrh
to be a coostitutlonal disease and
therefore requires constitutiloal treat-
meat. Hall' Catarrb Cure. manufac
toured by J. Cheney & Co.. Toledd
Ohio, is the olly constitutional cur.
ua the market. It is taken InternallI
l does* froau 10 drops to a teaspoon
ul. It acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the )sten.m The)
oISr on hundred dollars for aniv
cas It falls to cure. Bend for circu
Ilre and tetimooalls. Address.
F. J. CHtN Y a C) Toledo. O.
old by druggists, 7c.
Take Hal's Family Pll for coa
dtU- -

Iaep your eye om the want al
here ary e sasethg advwrted
w bch to f ditedril b aim

4e. untaed and without licenrt r*
volt-rs. dirks. h towi haoir** at
tlnls gtne and any neber deadl.
weapoN they may rbnoe The result
of such a law might t- the osrcainlal
killlla of an inmae. nt ;..i;a. t al-
mot ay man of plroer si1rit is will
lIg to die for the prntem ion f ,"r
women. What' one mans life as
compalr4 with the safety of a do
or more womele-Puta Gorda Her-


ONe wO M think It easy emoub to
et the tariff ruaors.-Pe- cola

Well, may be tell try to top
baseball too, but tbhe somebody is
gonl9 to get ,wrd:rfd.-Jackwolville
Fsridian. ,
Bie laws are as Nothiba compared
wb some of the would be laws now
peadle In the Florkda Legislature--

No uae trying to live the .inimi
life. A couple bad lived lia ca \-rn
for Just three weeks. then the IieAc.
sabbed them.-Tlimae-'nion.

When a trust like the Amerclan
lugar Refining Company is caught
red handed to cheating the Go\g rn
meat or a municipality and is found
uilty and sentuencu d to pIay a fine.
til iujU-m -rs try t o sr a a* action by throwing all the blanir of
the thievery uponi th'ir mlorn l. It
is encouraging to~ larni that i- I. l'.
wlll not hold in the ca- (- of th. at I -
coniml-ny for Ith- taos erlannlut lit.ii.l-
to bring a criminal suit The
KR-fininx Conil' ny d.-fraiudtd th.,
(;o%.rnm*ent of tho' lt ron Ti.'i.* ,t*.i
l',ildll- of r :is,d tl, 4 i;l t f it N v
Yrk of a *- 'ill ', r t,-.., i t i
I t.rr -k I ti .tor 1i Ii
ri h ti 9 1 tl*- *,rT'r< t;.'il v o

; t9 i. lisi 1.t.. lit T1 u t.'. ii ; .1 i f
1 I.MlM ir, I | to ) l li l-s t i t, l '6 i '. ,'
lail, r within the w.all. oil a ;" .!i
liar. w 'i d *

Act Cuck'ly
and you ill % at '. o iur- If a lot of
4uff.-risng anid I:.-t'0.' If asou l,.e a
Otd4 l, n hill -or ti .. t f 1<1 If .% 'i
ha'. coil. cralip or dli.rrhoa. do t
wait a nij.lit., 1 i .41t 1., a t' a
-iooi .ful f I'. V r : .. .. I'. nki.1l r ii,
a L.alf a gla-- tf l.,,t wait r <,r ,;k
You'll he. safer and on the right road
t-i quick r.e'o\-ry Tihen %ofli II e'-ca31*
serious Illluet. Ihut ouu ought to halis
this tried Sand proe'u reine-dy on hand
for lilmediate use Ihinig Irl'rear-ed
is half the battle when there's pain to
subdue. New siae bottles 33c alAo in
..41-cent "iz-a.

If you ave found anything see If
it t advertiU d I the Want column




ttog o g of

dekoso 1 I ties 140 1 H -Si foi.
wee ~~1~ J ~~

1.. .4. Ir I,( .mm .Ijvfr v
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a "ha a 1',4 r' t~4 1115 ut kRI V 1 ) otl'I *.
FfAt C aw ik & W&.~ AU AN .b-m

Bald Snow Lkil&mat Co. "
."" .. I d ~ ,qcW9mgiW
9-i-~p .. -ams Sena ft-i



Wfritso fr Pro". It-mi., Fic
L L KNU Uf&hC&

2N4 Worm may St.
The P04haf t m W. L. DENHAM. AfPs

Tampa_& Jac sonville Rail 'y

ItFFCTIVE DUC. 1i. low.

Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo
eal points South ...................... 10:10 am

Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 p in

for Sati poon
V'aldotwt, and

City, Palatka,
all points North

6:00 a pm
9:30 p

LE. Barker, TrafficDept.

I tke Wlest and %ortkwhst.

I Dixie Flycr and South Atlantic Limited.

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I 7, .0
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At St tLmis
At. F% a&as% l
ArI o-eev Haute
At Kanoxsite
At. C~orbln
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Air Line Railway


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4 Nj4' I.I\E 4 lwi.a ,I altuy 'lire5iouh Sluti-iit,
*Idck~oit ii1vto 'New ( 1rIvaeo.

per fiwli Intoratioem adelepegw ervatlees sellsem
an yApe Sab.rd, or wrt& S C. SOYLISON, Jr, AeuM
Qeiertsl Pa6.0m AS. DishaewU. P


Leave Gainerville
Lake City,

Returning, arrive Gaineoville ................

A. L Clue, eG. Sept






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o..p a t ooe eA~
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\i-- N10 i' lo T in Its, \I \1 It 1 rt %c
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I I I I 1 % IN I 9\91.01.I t*

-Wk9S9 A V. %%I-'. I 9S(-%l i~t,- 99tit
C1 4 l'nill% 91 01 It. I I' I 111

A11141 .4 her.'r A linsikulaiht lto .1 .%
WtIlliam..1 itme A Wilinnigtt.1 I
Ha mans. A. V ounti to .IJane (v.i I
11m. Hf, I. 4anchvi tit A. J Parker.
14 CIa 1mnkan to It E C'tohran. J H
IW.illiamook anti %ift- to .1 M 14% kest

lanix. II. R. Iotbt to hIRhrod Hudson .
.1 C ItarrV and wife to to W H hudson.
A L .Reaties it) 1), E. Knight. S. 11.
R,'aies to Giritia Statsb:: W. R.
Thomiase to Knwe C. Ott: J. A. King
to Win 4' Ihv\I-. F _i. Hicks to
Itaik tof Alachua, J. XlimtrianFenne-ll
to Cit%. of tainle'.% Mo. W ~.1 vKofjt I
all(1 wife'ito If IM NSmit th. If FK at
N E., Iek-mn # ,w At.1 I".-rker. Jr ; E
lt. Iflcku tii Julia Wi'mlire'.. J. J
lk-naldmin to H. IM Edd%. T I)
Gotwdell ad anId t. it, I' 4) imI
J. Ff. Stan lI.'t. t) it 1 14l .1. Ii .
MedlAuIi n Lute'114)%%q 11 to WrinAndt.r
*tin It. i. Colmon and .1 If Ilivi99kt
to It. S. Fawcat I. A tt t rae't and
Re'altv 0). 1toC 1).iht C ).
V.xoed to A. F. Itkals. S. M. Itlcth and

V 1 Itro's9. T .1Ni.. uir, I

" if1- to
S' .til
Ithut l r

kni~i. I.hii
ti 1.1I t id9.
eto S a tiutti

Wt M.e
Co.4 iri?.

.I it A 't

1 "114 11 r *1 V $ 1 s il 1tr
1 1i l 11-

I'~rri eI9,9) *I g

Vrll 6411 1 Pt I no '. il I
lleo I 'i til tK Iia't r-..t ,111 lnd l 3 'llu rf
give' them a trial. I gww-carvi a 1a'.
r*hisar d .Iect' a complete. citir
The basksrhche and the lamenesst dil
ripileared ad nad y ldn.' .' twicam

Frw sale h by dealers Prie
,cents. r osterilburn Co.. Now YorI
solo bagents for the IVited State..
R~nmbpr tb o ntnw- Dnan, aw
taketh no other
meadows and wife to J. L Wolfet
den. J. M. HalIe and wife to J. I
cFarltand: C. 1). Ih'nnis to Abustrac
and Realty Co. W. R. Thomas awn
wife to H. W. Ilalle A. K. Warne
to If. (0. DLnby. W. If. 1'rkstr.'ea.'
to H. G i. Danabi- Mrs. M I. Colsoo
to Caroline Jone.s; )IllpLe Trub% ii
W t 1lAnt. ransom Caumon to Pete
Jackson 0. A. ortier to Thoinia
Cave-.; It R, Thonmas and wife it
Addia' MY;, Coles'.; John I~lneiw Ant
wife to Matilda.a Murr) J. L. Mat
thew.r tot T oT RiJ'.'r'i ?.Ii-N It
('Colton to )X Kennedk 1W IIIlis
ard lto M MI. Kev-ne:' Ctat il.'na T 'Ot
toil and hultband to Kaplee rt lC Iklb
ur 1 111 n *. % f. o
Snialie v ; )CW. "*t l to Floyd4 I'riliaa
and others; T It. .lls..Jr. and 'sift
to N. Franclhwo: W. HI Thornvii -iii
wife to W. A. Todd; Mrs. M I)
'llt'snitil to Kate Derll Joitaus.

Whooping Cough.
ThI94 hi nia're datip-nrotis diw
thani I., pr-.,im ietl111('( It uill
11. a utrl z '-e t.' Iu.utt llis I tr'i that

!,,ior ti-ah- ir-iilffr"'Il it ~all lil..
, 1: -! I 919I I: 919.rli111' ~..itjell

1,e1 191491 e' ll f 119941 -i lilt Col ti tam] :11
is .1-It f

I !_j i If
\II it 9..k ~iE,4'9t:9 11aii lit haII
I ,I I I ll 9 19. 1 It 4 419 1 i'1 1 .1.1 1 1 It I i ti ,

gq w.tvl I Ctlamttt1( r, -t4'esit, Iti. tol it .t

Fill-sa II, al
The A',v nle...

!'r9-t- I .. 9't

I!t Ai 1 -

Boys Will be Boys
And are alswa. s gettlInK r cuts,. iPrr.ini,. bruit-v ihui mpp, lirns
or scalds. lk)n't negll t such thiusb
--they way r.eult r'crlously If you
do. Apily Itallird Snow l.Inulment
;accriordliini to d(re' tlllls right a.ay
a.ill It will r .lli llrt an nd hetal
t li t. i ull- I'rlI.'. .',* .7 :.v and I 1 w*,
.*ihi i. \V .I Johllsoni

Po**itiv Reasons

O -1* : i M 'f *, I '
y, ,t ., ,- !.'; h ',. \ 1 I t ', ,
F r 1 f A ,. 1 i r-1
Ill 1 1 .> \ 9 i l6 I I .<.. so .' ,IIoII I
ilii.ii I .L r I ..: M.! tlhl irl!) II
ti a- ;.i .. ir lirl first i.ct 111. v if.-
ltIIliIew Al', rtll -r

1\%alln *,.'k ierl eU'ous suIt i-n bal' -
lto ei re- iored to health by 'ola 'a
Kldid-) ItHuind) .a It stinulates the
kidney' s so they Aill ellulinate the
,-lt* allatta-r from the blmAd Impur
Itle da,'pr-.. Ihb In i-ies. cauailg l urv
ous eibauatlon aud other allwuints.
('omaruce today aad you will sooa
bw *ell I'le-aR at to take W.
McCollsa 0 Co. 1

9, '9--l I I '9
'.9 *9 9 ?,9 9
9 '. n 9 i*9 I 9

i I I .

;,:; ,\ i% l. i t- ;|tl 1* i \. i the
t' pitlIA itt l 6t o Iolo A tits the, *I. .' 1 ,tilt ,.f
il,* lNth ,1 ll d1 lt i otllt' I I .'-' ln Illthe
I-; fif l I"t tee --' ha'% sh. 'I '.' 1 f4nlllft
waI ntiK II tit r' h '.I 'lall llin1
.\)i that tnood oldl usnini r tinr'
tI on %it II li"twple are ',1ttingK .illoui i
for thil p,.jlalant Ipaltlmne. antd s,.
hai.' the' slsiurance, of( r Ialils that
iltr v'ectfilai~n of a "crairckr Jack"
orglnluation |III he reallaod.
It would h a capital Idea for some
thing to le done In the way of a min-
atrel or other iwrformancq to be Igt-
ten up as a hbneflt to aslst the boys
a" a starter A subscrriptionl I usual-
Iv taken anmitl the business frms.
hilt a llan of this kind would Irove
a nonamy-a-aker for the hoys for it
Hould gather conlaiderabl'e IowoK
change that they would never art
otherwise. and In this manner the
hbusness men would not be asked to
contribute Iea ll rally as her-etof,>re


Henoe Has Warrant Issued for At-
tempted Murder.
V J lAwck of W'ilmc. iontmaster
.tiul li. rchant t ,of that p lae,. Is anHaMI
the i-tors. te, the c'it'. haingi eronr
to a).~w.-r toi a rr;antl shilh wa-.
:-tui l| th9r hibl arrest
lio*n ni tii. vIn *\|ro-4 int* *ni r t h
!'wlt I:ni in tlrh hanid aindl iarlu a toe
-It. '-lrtie' iir'- who :i Ani!\ r,
' Itl' r.-l. i .- I II.n i I (i'.l:.-I, i.\ 1In i('k
-e mia ll .1 ;i'.,t i .' .,, I 9 .* i ,II lilt
di r lo ti itor hi al;in9.:tU.Itir h er. i'
th.' ti- it I. rn of -c ulrt. i i-i h' t Iiaiii
tLat h.4'i it, w arrmtil lvpo il harthlit.
1ll.111 t l% i t a l I it '. 'i l1 iur i, r
"rh <. .. ,I1 ,' 0 :l 1 'r,' v
!. r I\ i ;. i I. u1111 l i ."l 1 h .
'\:9<, 'ila II Ith II'i i r.h inlll,'r.



etate O wee:
Goverror-A. W. OUcllcrit,
Secretary of State-. Clay
ford. Tallahass-e.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.




Tr'aburer-W. V. Kott Tahlabas.

Attorney-Oluerdl-Psrk M. Tram

C4 inmi ?,%loner of AgrIculture-B. KI
M.1141,t Taml.aha'-a.. e
Sup~t of Putile ic ustruction-Wtu. I.

I 9. 'I- ni ..a 91.- N'Iidte
994911 II a.uai

F M1I lud

County Officemrs
Hyotee Is C.ireitced t- Clerk and Auditor-S. H. W16596s,
tairrh or Money Back. h liPelIi. I ,i ltrucion -[Jr. J. L
--_ L.. HOi ; 111,. -,.'al11-
w !.ta Noll9 -tnIT r It 9 9 ? $h c Sli-, If V (a. f *It Ish y. Goluet II I@.
et: f~~gIa,.' %%i' e : 9j. z f .11.1.9 I ll*.. 3 Ja~ -- i a .l.'u ~~ a'~
41111ZrIl It. `JT Ax *c. o.r -W. W. Cu!suuJ. GaIns-

mI.1 j ifi' iv!1 o Im I Taxa Collector-W. D. Dickinsmos

Trva-aurer-J. L). Matbeso. Gains.-
Ii'.eeli. I S il ~l.e' J''~t91 ie i~f tat ille
.it.% t it..rrlik -tiff, r. r r titfi 111111i1116.6 u1 'r i i r iHt-glatratlum J. C. MC-

9199 I) (' ,)1 zIi'.z.olnvr% Jol (G
lioit 999.9I- I i. Ita, t-at.-I a.19 I re-liare-el IA r3I- .e rla li i.. J I
eh ToAtia.-4idl. ('.i.iII..; J. W.May.
alit 4 -,1 -f' lklai'ti heAre-h-r. (ta. V. au. Wiia-r s. TIvatou .

: it.iI- kI le It N14 filh- r% eh .im I I t 1lr 9' a di
itiat r. t icair In tIll.'ft ielu jA Weeks, Chairman. hawthorn; J. W.

ahit air. faith ire Iet t* ilar r Moody, laCrosse; 0L W. V .wi
iiiroac. rita.- ljeii-i-Iitiig .'..r it,- Infiant Stae Soaator.-I..L L GuOM7
4 it itI61 41 it -IitrIeled ,- it i,. ii? d ii' I jeer ( hi- ala.-
eat ~ rth I% a ts -r ill ?I:,-
a t rr t I e rta ei.1- I. l~ i h .- 6 ) d L _I.. C a rte r,
lit a .a1"It I iiiithei'ow 99lo. i ss it O taine~iill .-; T. A. DIuke. Hai~ta V.-
lii .1 'ii.. 9 Iliii. eh~itl~l e tl I' ~ II a ir u t&

4 ..eii.~-l.. Ii'III'I t 11 0 Ii City Ofiers:
It,'9991, .t inifel 91k11-.I lit!.r hiid. i'r IIl.rai 4 1 IaV is.
will~- I,)-I 3i 1%1 Me(&(6,NII Ie I T A I:

xu..ra. i t It on Ii toe 9, ..!,-.. b-t k 11lleit I 691 ofL 431.,111'.11i 4; K mitie'.sa-
I Ian Pr. A6111i St .91 611 tiel-tiIf If 11116fr

as o erai.m. ait mly.
ark, bs~iq. &M c U al maib&W
" or o wmay -k. us bas d tab
Sago 10o mpruma mi auliwm

II .4 1 ,- 4 A 4 l'-,1,I1
l m..t1 I .4A .ee.eum
Nbard of Puhlsc Works -II IH Tay
lu ('bChlrna. W W fIiamaaieunc.cre
ary. H. Ir Dtto, KJ. Balrd. J H

U WIe prited stateMOD y v" WM
M.e usaolck Is tha to "Wt


Th Drem Pi 4d CabM you
sat should he b tettrMa. Te
aest oIr. uls d wmb puw
rick millk and baked I nM
purityy Iaa)Om.- dm ow
goods the most delilk it I
possible to produce.


PhMe 16.

a. T. Seimaw.r pef"F

Dr. Ge. S. Wai


My Fesj uli ~ngPf. ma~n
irn tis 1 me b- 1d ao

Wdit. Itw pj pay pw to
gaetis : : : : : : :

Crm nd Iriiu Wak
A -hI Im EzdRLlm

C;vrih;kni Buildling, E~qt Maim
Street, North. Plioaoe 51


C'alrn th emouthla a. r ioe-
V11jr; "A k 4k(ksi asw L*-
paird; woo to Suwase R:-
vevr; Iorti to Alba. H0ig
and WoUuante 1prlinim
(s8W, Ke, a"d all inbamd

Msap mand Aamw

lEast hrimTdqhm b
tbs au mr

f t k lAII. ?t1. N14lv.t. ,1i t il, 1\ i40




\\' lie *Ii'.a'..iy i .1 iH[rftet

l "b al l I'I 1 I. 1

II' A\ll l n l; sf

('I:'-:X. l lM.\TTIN .

1 .:F I; (;'t l;s

i i l !i i W l:! 1 11 T IN

h, l 't \\IOnI l .1tol' v. a I I
Hall u -01Ill 1i ll i I cItio.n.W
lFil 1,-t lINK,' \\'flit, .lil. a l.
Sint. 'Nl',f. I- I ,I I lS ill) w

Fo me week o y w wi
l the celebrated S15 0ster-
rr Mattress at 313.50.

Fifty-Puu CretM Tick M
e Cette Mattme at 15.45
-re r price 51.51. Cal

TBrmlu l *ir -1y artia r a I hat-
.Io I tinr rr la,'e t lth it* w "i.e

We si hes i Lth ComoL

Is _

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I i

THI IDAILY MIN: (4A11KMVIt.LX rilA)PA, N k i 2. 1904M

WOWA? Lw *me.s
I~ U tSP6 l r, nm,.

AIM" a. au? -t #od a wsht
We WW" Om s h t Im She gup

a Mmiwy sadnt InS eaae dw~eeI
46 4 qE Idar. adtemMW ed to
a IS om a". we oW otated

q- no3* mw .I all n ow. who
ad bb 0" f *rpm
-tat a mar sa

we G" a th t
bo sa-_km0o ue
ft m sotwebn ,..

won-in ft 40a ais r
kw eeIN we wm u

F1'~ -11 Mir mi w as
ma b l ie-b

:: 4 II~ Ll a sLu
a win----' in

low @@&am" ft o In
Isms wo ft" i

0af- SNv O

a ml
tNo odeUs" a~m pa

#A am IS SlusaIm
am a- aft ma

Nor ad i Y
go OWN" BMW ammed morw vi
4haft amum.Mo p IBM, fro

ft 4W bNOW ft 00 SWASO JO
60 f. k -" mos em emotoe
Ou n wvuuo 3.a g ongis

I* ft awww" "al INr tw i

Iv.~C I.4- S. -~ km. a betuel
-w ml Sn -~nl issmD @
1dm.dM6MM os sd fl tm o

Mm iOf tty ISMy d e O ICt e We

of ft- mumia" bw4L ftfte ram,
a softw urgad this s uamei

i W. HM here. ho"es

w- Tat RAS: intoSwt
oo I and vw ibs sd Red ia
-ur moeem raustemasWagalas

". 40 10 s: "tis to emy ifit

---- I me ir. Klme ~urremedy
ve as ama" you ekin lfor ft,-
hhy Kudy RemeOad fha toured
bmburOwhaedatowthto thmadsa"oa
wImnk.rmg *e ,people Coatammsom
bwo" hugOw sadS.pleasat to take,
A. .WM. 110wm a CO,

vigor applcaUtMoo o thsl lmenut.
Try M. You are tertals to be delight
od with the quick relief a ich It at
ulrds,. old by all drugglot
One Fcr E.r, r-
*"It|v bt'a i I .l,'

furl frrer) n 1 ,
***lTh, I, '* ,*

1.rsaftem, tittaca'h. 11itI' sd aI
t"rest ertut l.-P a* i t.1w, Oki%
FiY a lHunt.)& d I'd i .a t -it I-
ml hewaL tilw. atl.a,11

DMAt erugh d-.-i i i I If 'I
waving gthe sat"NaZa luaF I").o111

ON* "Waal" ad t nag re-ailts


t*iw 11001 PW0trh0 on fue r. I
A"A Mob 9virt,*. AINO~meiIto' h
8W Seefefw fet TetiI
lowthott f 7 1 root iii' Cir
hilt Ri.V m Seti ot the

Alww'@ tw- twv# sw I r vogncf
@FWWA Ond eseffriworl o~o "W It C-4 fit-'lo
Sm vwwtl. At "mm I .1,4-90h 1
1 4S1"b ol W b mew I., Iso".10M IT
prGsd am' Ic J. 5mb. m ceh I
0n111e1 V I01usut I OttaNVOW-4 to,
%:a M Oft 661% do
I Iu( sk r "" the s
EM*8= 4 Wim 1 4 I
W9e tke c'ugt 641140bumMdo. 1pUItrowd
obd tow I i. fm ~et o rwa
d~d. ev a
16P to ewtoieme Oblmwt I loft
me r "*eow Hb Wis I
-'tr '~~chi r'ue~m `
0ho: "t 6". d141b). and I mot

rwae II -I rpewe
E Pl.a"' us. P
IN Md.,m. OWL n,

Fretful Ba~bie
~ smu n uwna
to map by
1C wIhC Smp
Most. parseS 484

i... ely Md
.. I,% wr h#ctnwm -.

.- -s. saw
timm fruiatiom Md
@9 L~bor'y mi
aebliham, k- umM
A" 111- "Wi n
OleMd sapp md paW to
s aw0 sMr a beso
"~ 0snt~I
=a7wme ma y Uhe idMul

Tba the wise mamagumems of the
trusts Is reard by Presidevat W.
W. PUaly. of the Soutlhern Railway.
as a meessity to the development of
The S1outh to stroagly brought out in
his rotent adres to the student bod)
of the t alversty of Goorxia.
-In my oplulm. said Proideat rim
le. **theoamic Importance of the
amaagenwemt four Southern forw'eto
to as to secure from them thor Iarx
eaSt aresent prolit cvaauimttnt with
the ir prt-wrvatiom can not he o a*r
featimatd. In n ddition t the r in
flauwnev sptn stream flow. tendiing t41
V1u!. hA the d?,tnacti vnv" oftfltrnd
'md to maintain higher sater for
aaIg athlouand for the geI-rat iasa ti
isorr in dry *vam'.s. thr% form the
foundationm of our woodworkiza indu
t'u (n~cti~lo comjaa iten reat bu ear~
Le Nothnat Atlnt Zd~tlttea. jIr 'hit aaaa
.4 ino fulraiur nCIaife tiaima (ndand
ba!r Ii. i th a ~*tutlcrcr k.. tao tat
ci~ri. are foLlkiait tlh. raisidi'~
Wes~t.cI ratly laceaiu the rtIramelI of
Ear tmbr lands~rw n. ~ cn
iia~t~ Se alrar ,o.d virkuiaa inldum

the Sotats b(~le a l~smurv o~f 5 c~lflsllatl
t~f 5w broughtu nabout ola baa the an

adoI horn, eat hetlh, elkd mthods' of
forre'.r y beo am. tre a u

~u Latad a.d
AI k Living Ske~letonLul Ldr
Isc thea isa co*ndito of an chcldlcl

ILat has RealDrm (i it lit em. *A aaam

of havilu so mit'thins In )our sta'* ich
that rati. all Ou take. as maouris..- e nt
N-tictit ialhsmof time. bali.- hAto' a rui
w1a15I4e uear ipa Ite cocuri iiiathat
it lia~ arntalpla M cmikgit Whlate I-('rvasn
II Iuaat i. t 4 X q 1. all %1-1111 0 1.1
a t*a Ito14 for aie stl F, I' t
S a I JulaLaaaL

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a. Pie

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fort .114 91.t a I
iii. teel(' g I .. *a ~ '.9 a
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killcy 3 (0.

oil fi,~
loan lf ..

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How Alexander Untied

the Knot

By Herbert Kaufnes

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If yo dealrr a clear compleiikmn
trk. rFnoy' Orlo Iatxatltv for rcon
atgrllt and ltver trouble as It wll'
timulat the-s orgais and thorough
ly elrn'r your oytem. which Ih
what everyone need4 In the spring In
order to feel wen J. W. MheCollum
L Co.
T*e W et AdvWim
If oo anr al* ,t It t **, a I a-., ;. :.. ,
alhtk'l maly antlmr tr',ulit. ink 11* a t
vrre <,f a nm~n 'whi tain Irll It 111
.tlt I t rvill l1-P ,trt, .er thatn thrit .f *
nmormlls. str It w'!l IT w tniLkd Itl ,'
i'0tnoe.-. Atlalwaon a lGti*
Keep an cry n \v.u: a.'an-si-e.. 1-,'
keflF I. Irn)i'4,W t<. 44. 'e t.. a.ti:
toulrp* t- t hl h" r l. l 1twitiht.
yew -*;resido.- r. to.heli n


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uMw artletaowa is simp ly "-f tSf
wayr" at Ir wi ml n l It a
ttIedL be to seme who o is a


FORI sAL-Typewriter ribbon. both
copy aud record. 75 ceats e ac
uam oAce.
IOR AL-Conr e lot 1iSI fee'
am Weot MatL It. r.rth sd Bou
arl St. next to Jof Kerdrik
Wim sell at a bhagain and om eas
torms Apply at Suo o.Lo.

8E. W. MvElMfT

Ter ad RLhuilie

stiniatee urnisedM Pronalyl and All
Work Oruiautf'.

le w IFro-IM-11ianoC aI
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Miss N. Norton

hellie DeskWs Statinr)

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ft h lv t hinkt, II mn'\ rv, 'i l th vt V) ,,, '* | g trt'e with hi fwDI'rrs he alrvw hi s sword 44:J4
s .\Ah:, it :ip:irt.
Every .la a great luans ,n(s general is shownn as",,-
knot which haxs pr oen ti t much for his tconll tittIr t,
and he succeeds because le indIs a way to cut it. The
fumbler has no show so long as there is a brother mer-
chant who doesn't waste time trying to accompnlAh
the impossible-who takes lessons fromn the fai.res
about him and avoids the methods which were thea
The knottiest problems in trade are:

1--7u o a u e

3-7UI Tho f i the A rsods,
4--Te f -- Ob /. ied iN .
&M-Th ef dncmtiq *w s.d,
None of these knots is going to be untied by fum-
bling finger. They are too complicated. They're all
involved together-twisted and entangled over and
about each other-so intertwined that they can't be
solved singly-like the Gordian Knot they must be cut
throIugh at oe stroke. And you can't cut the knot
with any sword except the newspaper-because:
I-A Ire MM is .@ui- 4edmre the p.pW&L

-vew e 6 tw o.m 6nm

4-I ed m eCe r *be reduced by bi.
c18* 1 M0te Ae s.aFlo
I5-f ed S1 CM em Ae aoed ,MthaOA pab.

Advertising is breeding new giants every year and
making them more powerful every hour. Publicity is
the sustaining food of a powerful stA-ec and the only
strengthening nourishment for a avak one. The re-
tailer who delays his entry into advertising must pay
the penalty of his procrastination by facing more giant
competitors as every month of opportui.:ty slips by.
Personal ability as a c!ose purcha.ser ant: as :t clever
seller doesn't count f)r a. In so lon, ia :h.r lmen are
equally well posted atul \ V the s.r.l a4f "j :tv to
boot. They are able to tie y'. ir lu.-.... .. ::. tlv
closer knots, while you cann,:, : l;.l.:. ; ., ,'c i
no knot which their advertising c;.:l,: : tn t :m.
Yesterday you lost a c (u.T-. r t- !... t::.\ t., ':
one-tomorrow they'll get aXiLtlhcr. YV, c. ; .
with their comxt it iin b'ectau vo h II t \' 't : \ '
with which to opJ Itse it. 'oI' 't t:.' *r(; ,.
Knot because it can't be :;:.i .'. : .'..
You must ex*come an advl'r: cr or \ a ..
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awIoIe' t a Most' pia t i1 !h" sr -
Obi'b kaloov.seiOto01" 'VWAI, pea
aid Va.,t boo#s' t"s k twviat ",tv h,' pawt

hand r a bv *ar "Irbl ahsMe nivroa
two to orl the v e Ilt
wiace. The p ( lem atrIs strmllsri
Is abeft eihtm thoWeand represeting
early oeery satimaltv 0 the rtan. and strawrs always
mwet with a hearty secm
The Vlveieft of Forida ftoung
mn ia i the Mntiinal Aguteuk ra It s-
psltmest Statics aft located within
the oerporae ha rt .o the eft. Is
hict. Oftleeville MWae imay things
that we LI mt he pwara" Itwe sit
a* -a fl t o.e b te follouts$ Manor,
bleasciule "ft:
No saiv uq
OA. gsragc.
Four botela.
Four banks.
Four dair~e..
On* foundr'-
Waterr orkl.
Ten c-urchvs.
Oi gas l-&&.L
TA tin obovo
Tbrte bakerive
Ten uh-r'icias.
Sai fruit %"te ,.
l'.5ir Iunp-nwhs

Se~, w~r` 'ac .' -
Thi' i, I''r ; ,.t.WV.
Tao ',rsa c t 'u aork

Tt~r~ a. .

011V .; j.tA -' :

Four ?. '
J, .'I Kh
Tu ,,, i' r

Too ah-tra.-t o~uses.
Four Ir p ts-ling ki
To o wi.t-%%h 'tmdv '
Too t-totPlug a .iw4
Six Nuk~n'lllle. hw..elo
One Caitholic chtirch
k nilliar' N'imnjtiw
Thrvw .tor drs
One oboisphal*c ulo.
ane Chinv vlaudruY
t One t'itIly-lill O:.Urch
Too stvatii uhtidrivi
soO Ad%% t:t chir, 1,.e
In* dailh ru *p;'r.
Too hardmagre ri-es.
One fenIaicht a I ciOmin.
rifttuwn gr.'c r' sItores.
rive ilwitiil- churches.
Three furitivsro, Pl,%
One coM sIlorig.' plant
()III- *S I t k % 1t .
S.,ien dr, g, -ds stores
Th'wt. cold t t lt %l' ants
htr. tric hi. l,, k aP .
N-11lit t %o. tb oIo itie-r.
I' % El I-oval chlrcihre
ote he-mi. itlatorsttry
Thirletwi s uSima) schools
'rat) %etl-rittar% PturS9eIN
Ono Prent) % t rlat, ch -,-
Taoo cigar n01 facUeit
Volunteer Pre t lAfttlmt.
Sr'crah liuenamkrr tiIiiis.
Three bith.ilstl a ccrrbo
A brmabd baud or snIsatIOn
Too phot"0apb sibhtss
Coo moviRg picture ahbosv
mirida wister MChawt1SUa.
One mwo 5
Us's Y) bmso -

wa i'ke It a most a*Imtrivelvife11

The **at afdo.ewmonfeweeSaw
ft'.ime a h al gih er broken rs cam
Is d3mtact. thpy uta-"nowt of
hes heslu that to be eburg w


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& BarL' stor.. Pbone

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o. oainesvlon NatiuoI. ..
Phte no

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D hR e J. I Calmcavll. Fto

Al T ~ Aj\ 3 tisr Co.,

Oijnissruit aa

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Cla se* )k .- f it) A4 b irus" *iA. ...
"e"tqi awl.! I I U. r t,*eA.a) p h $0 6! -tL
%ruehp~i&,g;ar (I tarn,. ociar I& s S va h it"
!a I S tof wkajyou frr Nrr 11a eJ 011
J CA (A I l:-L
ATii'~T0K%*lar I
ASS 'Ysu1inI Vr ii Iu li
Roo Leosw. C-ti've'uneirg and ti,.
Ora s f 'ti-ar 'I 1, go' .* ,f I* ,
aggesdod to IWa#re neut door to .4l,

V I A N 1% 1 BItt', W,% I 11:1t il N*4
C l' & FIC l.6Isi;

Practice I& all Court. Stt* and
o02wet 0% r- Galnuaii i l e Natual
ItAtik. talitiit i~ll.Florida.

We~s You
10 blto cut" for 7M #Saab1
wil teI V m R~embetr Vat
thu greda Ismaas Memy-

b" "bgIIBe~r b *)LAIIh Of
wwtrw lo I a W6, wi al b
pou? For od. bad &"
-ww pir^kob wash.
nsewow he s aNW bs s "
bad mo to Uhi TYI
i WI AIWM m Ir

To Be kien Away hy he Mts ad Th

Som to Citzn of Alnhu C ty!

Each Section t a Pize!

Contest to Cle Augut 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading businem house
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pianos and One
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachna county in three different sections. These
progresive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
The piano 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 respect there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

T h b il S i ill embnrce the city and suburb and becon-
o V IectM tined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner r in this district will Ie awarded a HANIKS"OME IDIAMOND) RING.

Eastr o ern d tli Will cmomprie territory from Fair
Eastem and hI them 21m aliks all points eat and from Ro. points south-WAn11ih, Hlawthorn, WIland iGrove, ('aupville, Micanopy,
lake View. Taeo.n .a d ail poinilltsl along line of T. t J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

A' ll aconirisIe all statioIns from
Western and Northern section ""'.... n all t." iogs ruo.,
HFagtei to liugh Sprii,~g, "rrtutoI,
W'illtt', W'ilto.,. I:,il. Nt.wlvrry, JOli.svilt. Arcl.r :tlI all ..settleiiieilts eovertd
lby thi, ;ire. N E IN1.A N( ).

How and Where to Get Wkre vetes ay k Cit
Ballot boxes will be found lo the ostlbllhb-
weut. of the mnrliatait &lv lin votes rand at The
Votes _________________
-|$8 t0, the \rllke. Conit~st Ii trtan!tf ofl The Iun.
Galiww a: ille. *Florlda.
The follow ind mr.hants will give one vote
for etvr ctnt paid into their eatabllshbmeuta for
goods hilch they handle:
Gair elvile Furniunre Company, Furnlture. Rules and R elation
Phifer A Morris Co.. Clothing and Furnishings.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware. 1 The contest is open to anyone living Im
Mrs. F. T. McCormick. Millinery. Al:m hn co~.Lrv abo is kuros by the oonductors
of the t c'itl st or vouched fuor by wauo reputable
W. M. Johnson. Drugs and Mececines. SLraon, to them sell known.
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry. 2. ,) tremployee,. attached or relative of the pro
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. Ipri-t-or of Ihe aboie naiued frms are eligible to
Saunders & Earle, Gioceries and Feed Stuffs. piart ''.nt in this contest. and will participate a
City Bakery. Bread and Pastry. So lI anne'r.
P. Y. Smith. Fresh Meats. 3. In the event of a ialaaersteadlan betweaM
candidates or other latereted a this eomtslt
Crawford A Davis, Livery and Sale Stablesi. ns controversy may be referred to the sa-
The Sun, Printing and Publishing. ductors of contest, who alone are thw per o
The grown House. Meais and Lodging. quallfed to render decllats.
N. Francisco, anana House, Fruits. Etc. 4. In the event a candidate deldes whi.
Uddins MIf. Co., Lumber and usildong Material. draw from the ralcsuch e will "1 le
daJllowed to transfer vote to the credit of Iat
Standard Fertiliser Co.. Fertilizers. candwi te I the a0aitL

$1.25-Three months' subac

:ription .......*...... votes 4 700 vot
ription ... . .. . 00 votw 700 vot*

$2.60-Six months' subscription ............

5.00--On year's subscription ............. ... ..
For a club of five one-year subicriptius ( )

For a club of ten six-.ootha'
'IThere' i ino, lil) it t

$1.00-One year's subtcript
For a club of ve one-year as
Thern is no limit t

hlicitirn votes by eadid

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' subs options ( '. )

1,200 vote
3.500 votes
3 ,000 votes
'3.O00 vote




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abcriptiom .....................,.......5,000 votas
to the ituialitr o.f cluhi eachl contestant may secure.

An or frisads within the Mtore$
distrielag l Vt Is liedfirdbtyW

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P.t ellars*n atange. ONIsplo

a. 00L1 g 010 MeIe1 ver1

Mv. 1. 5. lute. Jr.. he rect armd
so a tue b wesh' vmisi to JsuMo
ow.,6wheresb iv sieemher sister

1010w" b sm pa Goled 4 d bybetittl s

-. mVOLHslegby Stos.
'-eeO Vest at Pvogvein- Illuc
ew 7486wft n me to aw of ow

UhwdM On vesatd vabb asi the

1P the Nba IL ls of trw i
urn here M eu.He saes that h
oe. A M= OW boatat1pTed.Ver

hIu f. w. b amLl3K Jr .. rtboaime

wit d venig at~e "coe'
MM a tw *Ww* wisk to Jackom.Y

qNf U*e amid is"epv~ther astrlr .e

hea vrt"y at IL Amgise.
dweefter. Aeft Hevalusum. l~n

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qmpd t the r4tt mptcelt 'e .ne'e

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of 0 St limmalro th...' I

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- eatW Te S 0l"Sy oua 4 A41(t amth
he t~hwe ** w* ipar he a mrwt hw
a best l. peehe le~t *so thee . g 1J J tart eV4 Mikteorle e
H Is t1he 1 ry peNftelat 1,
sons sm oeewytble s* Wery *r **is
Wae fttr arn w eetaei rulte vwr

WV. Iewe atl Af et M was tI
M -" l.e to polite eath to

ato ot jadtesivW
at 0. 0Co md MWe deeghtet o
IWVto s*we vtdwie to tow env aV O
***bi. 7 eW goer41em11e to their
bMA- Ieo iiWAwpw. woroe tw
Smerhbd beems m bolsme for h a

tag Msb Mrs. A. H LmarMd.

M-r ethr taO mte n I Mh Ier prt
tf the 0 rte.
W. C. Bale e rytelday for Il
WWWM Ms Vi d WO that plMet hi.s
hee Sol toae. HNo was .iowrly reo
aaed wi h W. P. Mesley Ma Msal
in uot m-e d to aes a ppow.
te Ma the aboe p, t .
e- es4m omnsua sm remot Mo blish

adet s. eame: Searat wHBem ****
W1. If. t- nde; ws, ese
um inesiessme. Apply to Mr,
.IL IL Ne ary or Os es e.
TMa. M-anr A. I Pa.msr of thi
AUmatMe cest Lus left yst Otr p.te moith. He aII ti lteN Mar
It. MNelIm4on s i all a k 1he rclIal
skl1hipl poIt s to look after (|t
movmremt of mawks and rantallouwln
Ml tkuby rattle. an attractive
ousI lad) of Orlando, artrit ld In the.
csty y)ie4rd4a) aiid aill hI the. Imu'ml
if her frie-nd. MIt 14thill M 't'lV'illt>
for tlihe ixt *t w rral dtI l % Phe' it ami
to Iatted Ithe fthal e\r'r'lct r cl o the
I tl*eralty rwntiesure'tont(
C I.. (~trar of ill hite aa IlI
'*he 'tt) e)(tehrdaM Mr ;laIeI' ha
jlUt rh.turneted groeie a ilite stio'k%. ta 1t
to points In (14the'rgl ad r :as had a ter.' il|eetniet utiilllt
aluagllisl with uold (riisted aned eiaM
tl\ -: It!*' \n e r e nurolt toI, hi, hoteo*e'
Mrs Ida ) l.imnmkiotn w h t he- thee crty for tthe' -14t r daysI lSllUIrg her istltr, Mrs N We'll.
I1h North (allrstlill), returned 1te h-er
Iothm t Iakeranid )-te(rdaa 4 lhbe
was here fur bth. Ituriose of r attllnidim
the funeral of her tale fatlhei .lielle

if you went to fIeel rt l, kHa well
ad be welU. take Proy Kldnsy
ihtekdy. It tomes u the kidu, aid
blad4d. parltm the bkltd rm
store h lth Bad istrasth Ihb i'eant
1* take a d cu ala no harmful
drall Why iOt comw enre today? J
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now0t 4C t"e Wr od gnte half bl e4,,c

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St A itt buit ;l tIp fit lii.s ar. to% l

aftierhie I ig a, ort gnu.' h iso-e
"o a beeowr it ishebothorhin ttbrA

helstu 5.1104 itwsibe%*a r'eattall)

Slew et'WI.4,'d witoh the. hisflcanfltow
kir oftvbeefalidiw
ish t IISoSS trvie",e %istWIe. Itno Ill
He ha. no. elu th beet farms in the'
city p mmd will ham'T a g w'at nimy
bee,,, Iellterd i' ates for his ftlre twmd

M A. Iktouh awd J (1 1)ste~g of
hIghn SprIag, wee cstereti I

pkrleu atrrsmgae~nt. lme bond.
and iluk thy b il w l ulw-curacful it
gittiimsl vrrtihing rvot to Iltterate
teir Poost within lbh evtsl fIw days
Mr. md Mrs A. 1. Tidd. whee hale'
ben mnaitin gOaineelltc their hoot.'
for th epeat few ow ar departeded te
ltnlay for Kenttuck). which 11at14
they will look their future horn.
Wb. Toddwea s touq't.d with thIe
tlisegt~lle Purmlture Cotiniany while
Host J U iample.r, hirbserisseof
The Ikard of Couenly Comtisviine'r-
was In the rio a.riiar lit, ha-
teroegiti' old Peeml. ialuabwile fNalimimmt.
lewd. to R It Medlin sled was ho'ri-
for the rurlwme ,of gIotlns the niattler
strelghteard up and ittrietig It mclii
to the .-j1t4-am meI
V lo, Thisupin id W~aldo ukiwaea mllotm
the' %at i rnalt to.ftec le' itt e'aier'.laet a
vcemijlleatmitl l his little' datlmthr 1

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vIll. Apply to Con ractnrv office

PYO RENT tvrcum cottage oem
block spit to square.; cli water.
ollsetrie light., bath rom and ia
inoiu' emmo eee Apply at thl.


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hlit.. wtlhin In two l lok of ccu4tarr
Altii 4o07 W M am.rle itre0tf

Mr .1 t o' arv's, hatliug re-tirid till
0 401110t c if ill h Am Ith. tm11, er t e
IstmillifletmNild 144e.0 i^11114 imelEioll eigil~
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;k: t-ti e Fl ftr ililit% %vills it:c
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At Mrs MeCormIek's Millionry p
&, West Sdm Co*rt Howu
Squae, SaineovlOe. Plorida.

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to %It hi M *% eW4't ir li % *-*1* 0 0 d.
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Ifove. \Noa lrry at ?' :,is p fi. A I VIINT anI>TIMF IV|N\( HO I TIL

Fare $1.50

iedel 10 lick IR aboot
("White Strk") fully equip.
ped with Astmatic folding
wird shield. Prto.lite tank,
Mageto, Skpplematal spiral
asringP, robber cover, and both
single and d able rmble seats.
Been used but a short time and
ogurantked in perfect condition.
Owner wants larger car. Ad.
dress Box 696. JacksonvilleFla.



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First National Bank
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