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.
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Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Related Item:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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VOL. XXVI. No. 13:



,xcisec tax of 2 per cetit of the net
inome o ncor of d orisrationts. This.
It In estilnated by him. will bring an
annual revenue of $2..-enwt.ik "This
is a tax on prihllege and not on prop.
erty," he said. "and is within the
-fe deral power without apllortionmtnent
according to Ilopulation."
The 'President points out that
another merit to the tax on corpora
tons is the federal supervislon, which

speaks of the apparent Inatllty e.f will give to the Government. tile
Congress to agree to an lnh-iritaitle stockbhold.ers. ad the public knowledge
tax, and as regards a;in inceonw, tax he ,,f tl. real business transactions and
refers to the de.-clion of the. suprtn n the. gains and profits of e\etry corpora-
court In the c:-e. of I'ollck \-ras tion in the country. The adoption ,of
The Farmers' IAan and Trn,-t ('Coi the almendnlent. he says. will make
pany. in which the, court htelr! t! tl a long step "toward taiat supervisor)
to be unconstitutional unlell# alppor- control of corporations which may
tioned according to population. "It prevent a further abuse of power."
ls," says the President. "undoubtedly I recommend, then. flrst, the
a power which the Goverlnai nt ought adoption of a joint re.iolution by two
to have. It might be iadiwpennsable teo thirds of both houses prolpoing to
the nation'b life In a great c Stae an ed t to ther toi
i Ihe Statesi ai nalleudnlitnt to the tol.
The amendment. thie'fore. he de :-titultion granting to the Federal Gov-
crales. was the only proper course. ,ernnliit the right to levy atid collect
Such an amendment to the eon ti!"- :1 income tax without apportionment
tion. he continued, was preferable to among the States according to ipopu-
the proposal of reviving a law Ju- lation; and second. the enactment, as
dicially declared to be unconatitu- iart of ihe pending revenue measure.
tioal. r either as a substitute for, or in addl-
The amendment which he proposes tion to. the Inheritance tax. of an ex-
should be made to the tariff bill pro- c.e tax upon all corporations. measur-
vides for the Imposition upon all cor- ed by 2 wr cent of their net Income."
I, nations and joint stock conlpanlea, The message was reficrred to the
f profit. except national Iank.- finance comn ;itte.i.


I L7-rinsnt Woman of Starke Cloed
to Her Last Reard.
.r .%RKE. J i: *I T* ntiri

:. j-ih of Mrs. Wipek-, %%i~tecof Coel, %
1'. We'e'ks, %lch Ioapbbd a %%a:It I.,..'n
)v t-Ierda). foxrtt* %evral u"e ek*il'i. -
a ceili IBriglht's Mi*. r Wt -t
un i t rj~c. a! I lo 1 .1r~
of artanrid rj,- tmalI gi 0
to l th u 1L)4)I11 h I
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an' id. i', li llha i i V.
M.!1. MLr. S4a i. T I -11. ti;le ta.-' il .
;.i-- .Miltoni I rot il,. I-l.ltl A
.. i.-I. I '.k \\'t-lt... a i al o t I.argK
1 i e!.l ir o)f r tll\ t, o ll '.'ti hI :
i ,-:lturiro
I: C(rilh died at 2 p ni .lo-terlv.av
1:elt a gunshiit iouid., inflict ed I,
a (Trazy n(egro at' 7 i ilk lTuL sTJa
light Mr ('rilbbl wus a valued e'ni
I1lo)e of the Iowell Stlill ('mpai >.all)
anld accompanied the jailer. William
Hlollingsworth. to inLtetigatlc the' no
gro who was reported to tb. teWha'ilK
t *Um boisolerousi \'Whun tli,-- tAwo
gll('ntlnie' i ilapprich ied Ih, IhtKIUo
tatiat amid l *Ieol te limi. the% w er
eie-i ere'dlr e a 4a eli-4 h.1,6g. ft illet a -hlit
MKiii t'ariliK is%. C the. e l -kl t 4 l ioil
Otf Mlr i'ril iiild I iiilin g i: 1 li !',

flesh sound across Mr. Hollings-
worth's breast. Aocal surgeons at-
ti ndled the w wounded men. but Mr.
.Ct'rilb died ;a.- atpove .ltated. Mr. 144-
liltgsworth it r.-titnx r.a-,iabliv ull
Mr. Crilbb la':ev a aifte and s.ix chil
drenri Pursue.r. are chasing the mur
d(.re-r wh(e tHook rc-flge in th.e swaml.


James LoAry Brought Here for Kill.
ing Arthur Jackson.
I. uI t -l Seireft WV iii.- e ari< I Iio
it'- a |I T tsi 'r lls a's. ulri:.e withll
l i'm i "lhi,. in .o i.'l Inli h n iii(h
SaIt ;iia d e ii.- l'. iitaJ,r -1 Arti lh i l clk-
i,-on. aii ,ll'r i''m at \ a il(tx allout

thri e o)r Ifour a-tk-. k -lic're'. and who
hII.s hince(' did from the wounds.
Sia l( c:ttlil hils mianI he hali t'Il-e
hidlini out. but H4heriff ktaalim. had
'inoCatiled W. J lAock. deputy at that
place. to aire-st hint a s mmnl Ma bhe
re lurined, iand Mr Iock was not long

inI e'x-cutlitK th' order
Sheriff Rame) telephoned Ik.put)
W\' une to proceed to Wilcox and bring
the man here. where he waa placed
Int jail to await the action of the next
xran.d Jury upona the charge of mur

Keep your e)e on the want ada.
There may be something advertised
whlch tI of interest to you.

Very Destructive Fire

At Pretty Dowling Park





Dry Weather Continues Many Peo-
ple Will Buy Land en the
Florida Everglades.



resdet Tat Favors Such a Propostn as Substl

tuoe for the ILcome Tax Measure.

WASHINGTON. Junl IT(.-H .ienl otherui.e> taxed. savings banks and
umendink lgc slattit. I ,ki t .' building.. and loan ass(riatlons. of an

Aucotl r pIart\ of pIrosi-setors. will
.rti.e alLtin the- lt' few days. Mr
\\Wrat. e'\| e't Fornl-r (;omernor Ilronw
nrl- to r,.ach .1 :iai with this party
li was e'xl.e-teld I.Ult %week. hut
wr,-te .Mlr \\ras a e da3) ago that
tw had ito -iiunaimoidal de'tiiained am
li. ;,i-11 ile, ..lid s.o ll Ia- ill rre' il,
Sfew day.,. It Is llnftrred that 'apt.
Iroeeard was waiting Iln Jacksonville
for the party to reach that city Ib.
fire s-tartling tI.e trip teo AMianil


Capt. O'Neill and Crowd Returned
from Cruise of Gulf.

t'pt E A. ()Neill and parly. con-
alti ng of Mal Walker. F. T. 1M
Corusick. it V .Mlleir and J. A. Ettel.
liavre re-atirn-d friomli a two wek
eruilt. ialduii ii. (;ull ('coat *heri-
I' h* d li .>-l .1. li1l, tiful triple
'l'h. *r-f. n- Ier -,*th n1 ('le-ir
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The mammoth buildings costlan not
I as than $40.(00i each are to be
erected at the University grounds
wihin the next few months. W. A.
Eduards. the architect of plans
for all these buildings. Is now In
t-c !*.* ti' lonik after th rrerlIm!-..r;
a[ I &nFLbiiWanits.
One of the buildings to be erected
is a ci ience hall. which will cot
alout $4(.otm). The contract will be
let within the next ten days, it hav-
Ing been discovered that there is
sufficldnt money available for this
Another building, the contract for
which will also he let at the same
time. is an experiment buildlag which
Is required by the I'. I. Government.
This will also cost not les than
$40.~00. making two large buildings
to be erected there at a cost of not
less than e$0.0(:0.
Pesides the larRe hlti(nllng to to


Coast Line Ran One Throsgh er
Thurldy fhr Melton
The first copper head engine to
rua through Gainesville on the nlor-
Ida Southern division of the A. C. L.
was run yesterdayy for the purpose of
pulling some of the melon business
through this section.
The engine, which ls one of the
large-t inale;, will pull the kiv.d 4 ary
t' t :T o icn.l:ea. and they will
o' ., ,-...^ ,"-..4... 4... k .,, L. r.-' ,a
inate'ad of so many sectiosa of the
%anme train, as has been the custom.
Early In the reason they began the
work of relaying heavier rail for this
slpeial business. but the rush came

up. they are now ew es'let m
and Buckman halls at a seat of ahut
$i.at0 and will bd a bam eittag
$2.000. and other sUall bullet to
cot about $500-makite a total es
pedltur otf $87.10 a M Am t.
It was rtated Tbhurday by a
gentleman In a posltio to b r that
within the aet eight ethsl the
board of control wll tart awk on
the erecton e of t he
balldlin, to cot abot $100.00.
In view of so meh work golag
on at both the ULlvrmty sa U. G.
Ootemineat bnuldaIfg, sad the td
contemrlated Imprvememt, S W
Ville will have ono of thoe met wP
perous years ia ohr oeaW history.
I)r. A. A. Mwrplree, the m S prw
dent of the alnriaty. Waa bar W S
of Thursday looking "er Wt 0 i M
endeavorng to s-OE a iuabb
house. that be may ma MI liml
bre without further day.

-1 IN -IdF

The mem Is *ae 3bf Mbmdi
League yonorday wonsa bl W.:
Jocksnvlle 6, (bauhaOu3L
Chattanel 10. AMso 9.
Columbus 2 .oble" L (1 W

avannah 1. Nmes 0.
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A. KL. Clru Nw NowHe"aGM
slens Dily at Harrf lChapeL
The Jasbsonullle D sbat 01 the
A W E WL.inn Mmmw&As bm&m

(.Miami Metroiolls. June- 14.
"Since January 1l the Flori;:. Fruit
landm Co'mpany*y *has conducted P6M
i sitors o\e'r its holdings in ithe. %err
glades. These' nicen have rej|rese-etiu
;' States and the DListrict of Coluni
bla. and all of them became purchas-
err." raid Mr. He nry iti..e-lle i \ra).
sieakingi of the Ktreat poIibilities of
the E\ergladest territory.
',sonlcwhere oni t'lte ,ouitl h.)re of
lake Oke()chotw' cnothe-r C'hi'ago is
g<'ing to !.uihl." continued Mr. Wray.
and he took a pointer u:.d indliE: ,.
the spot on the big map that hangs
.iho,\e th-e desk In his office.
'You are going to Pee It. and all
,of us will If we live long enough
and we will not have to live many
years longer in order to set it. either.
"Somewhere out In here." contin-
ued Mr. Wray, with the po.lter stilt
:)us'y. Indkating a ispo in the upper
,'nd of Iade county. "there will b
headquarters for the trucking and
fruit growing Industries. A town Is
going to build In there and all the
back country will be feeders for Ml-
'BRut watch the spot on the lake.
Another Chicago is going to rise there.
It is bound to come; k country is
goinl to develop as the West has.
The opportunity is great and those
who get In on the ground foor art
,-'irnnit ,'
It may be regarded as very groo
t.u'-luesits he-n, out of a total of 16;
it ltorr, there t ere N of them buyers
It h. to tb retne.;:i),.-red that this rep-
ren'cits t;te nuiinber of -ales made bh
,:.C land coniulany only. and the re-
mark In question re-fers (ily to th,
number of visitors which this conm
lany has entertained. There nr.- w~ .
*rdl other land ( .iiipaaiies that ha\e.
1-ee bujy. aloo. and this company has
:, s1:ii ,:h in the way of conducting
..1 .: ,: ( U .liaeI 1t

il \.4 i" i.aL lIi. i, a; .... ,.. f or Ibe icolreed patrons of the could
'. 1. iL'ih o t e "i- .Iili. 1i, .. Mli || ItI sL i 1 a I We stated that the
.'.i. ..,,l It A \% ll- a ae, ,e i iartllonm whll h the law requirmesare
I ~ i t*i ti i* f d $i ;,l* I c Is i e 'ei ( uiiailtieia a. (i ut( (hat a asign a101e
-. I g t- ,* 'l i<', sm, e a l a;'*,- It. l,.l- Mia d colklo d per-
S- i .... .1 | tle lijtf M li.siasif 0 ,.1 iiji.l i,, ie Kf. gr iboaerdef d a
i I I i t I ., .a .r Aii t i.-tlad of taikiis ig a
I I I 4, a c I' 1i e a tiullt a -t. I. t

.. ... i .... i. t h e l ld n 4 te i r
a'. I1 1< r I ,' h I hiee H 'e

r f l*" I li, e .

(,w then l :'fore It was conapleted. and -m.' *. K ," W. m w 5 IW
thlh trip was an exrerimeln t. If the Ditrict C Weree at e Hrr
(.hang. in the road bed from here Chapel church. la the wes-era part
to K intium is made. as contemplated. (fr the city. and the meettog Is lare.
tl.- w ill have no trouble Ilt running l' tterded.
th...-m n.a .ie.e engines through here besides the number of delegate
r,. :r tfrom all parts f thi dIstrtet in at.
tedaace the vlsitotr from t city
The Mise Foyd Entertain. jare nlerealnsi. and mueh good Io be.
Misses Mary and Ik-lle Ployd en- la accomplished fro the meetings
tertained delightfully Thursday after. that are coradted twice dally.
rticon in honor of their charming L. H awkins. the pastor, s doiag
aest. Claire Ih.;,, aI.d aIll la hs power to make it pleasant
K'ige.-lial \%\te'rbury of Jacknvillle. for the olcers ad members of the
lI'fre-hanhewtesu were TrE.(fr ned a lassocatlon and v:tJors who have
fe.atllrr. of the' (..-tinu was a Kueissiin cong ee to take part in the Imeettg.
li'*li. hre' of the' contestants
tieingi Mis EliaMth Taylor TIlor habIt W atraswt ad t H
fnnall tI. suc(r'e.ful reo~testanlt. uInpel to you Ito is tO t w( bke
hoi,.s*r, and ian awarded a box of 'nM lntUrte t* the o t Y W gmat.
eands US ad prmon.arms
The occasalo was highly enjoyed --
by the ,uliK it-opl'le a W ad imY4 a
R4ad tLh want da. tda ifa m e r smethi-- o do.

Pensacola Negro WOll

Contest Jim Crow Law

placing of a 2 lIwr lit t;a on( t!.
net income of corlpora(tiri.- an ':l :tli
the adolptl'n ot ;iIn ;nlliidL: irt o t!
constitution providing for (le. inL losl-
tion of an income tax without an al,
Ioortlnmbnt a noni the s several Statl,..
President Taft today enit toe (' ..a; -
a nwie's.ja'g enilhod,ttin hi. l iew~s (,ni te
-ubl. l. This action follu~ou d a r)-
tiacted pel iial nwe'-.tinig of the c: ili-
net. In his nmiesage' the Preside nt

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tm viaWbIwo

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deuge h rat by 0 atsan

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ii-- r-- ewing
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of we ft No rte
GROWft am smof hme
111~bs pe~1 i des
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: ime ed am Iy J. IL
vok- mitb #11F100111

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Sito*e. The M pntu hea

i m t %m ome aumm t
Sl ower .

Ifr M At a lr.Gea al Wa
, ii CC kri w i-JnsL s-

-g -pe, ,U e pileP the ribt

GoI Ne S di gre teorl tand
fi f o- e the bride's head.

ll a- h--iM f a se reprt, sad
go e wishesxpt oresed ea
te the ral. h0 woas daintly
a* a We It prinesa dress.

hIbe- tema of the haod adr
Shbe aterwen by hrysamerea

iMte' e Cr the Vegltuit expel thi
d s mftook their depart

16 W ble hrwsuch a lowely satesr,

ems a"d awIUaathse ebried, juras
I-dnfa Prce eeat. Iold by W
loM i ur
MJai Moore ad Louts ColUa. hath

are th dorderly ead et. were
i iborf Mayor IDv e esponsrday
hir afres Wres cotlnwed igllto te

Oatre Wtls sad tam Woodsa.
saagd vith a ca ayda wIter bot
hi te Crean Ved r ad ooit eah.
rSm e4d mo rIshes the child. srt
mit At PrIc6 cunees. old by Ha

SIL s I a
1yer s Co"urt

ard with disorderly condu ct, wer
Sbebare Mayor Davis Yesterday
thb mess wore coatinued uaUl to
eas h Wilsoa and Sam Woods.
Alrmo dwth stsllsg sda water o -
IBMgreone"d 62 and otcs each.

Me'' 1Mm ases ufom Grip. so e

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Tddq Lyda & Phkham',

Colhmbtm. Ohl&.-"I have taken .L h PhnkhaumI Vetable Corn
I I ....peds during
of life.d
r told me it
L^^6004T ow hm

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psl- mWV--- -ANlM. -- fnl

-- ma the mhe Wth --r--
s.u m **** w h

5&S>3B utum ibShbyLyilaZ
S' s nb b hi e .

ilile Perry Roebells Is

Wbdisle ere de Is the Luest of CO:
Wh Jbem Vegeable C---e '

W. MI Cha.ppe, who has be a
Mant fr toe part several moed at
BaItlaw. bee returud to the cty.

eo ypt of k yby Ld bidder
Mi- biBll Perry of Rochelle is
mug the visitors to OGairvlle.
Whle here she is the uest of C!.
sad Mr.. 3. C. b. aches..
Many ea o r et s ar e d rifttag
towards Bright's disease by Meglect-
leg symptoms Of kidaey and bladder
trmbleo which Poley's Kidney Rem-
dy will quickly cure. J. W. McCol-
lem & Co. iO
L. .L Plaeaos, who Is operating
a lshery at EvtastU. left yesterday
Or that point He Is operating solely
witl book aad line and says he is

meeting with ood
lisposing of all

success, readily
of hl catch In

Colds that Lang on weaken the
conatitutlon and develop Into con
samptl r Foley's Homey and Tar
eares persistent couhas that refuse
to yield to other treatment. Do not
emerlm- t with untried remedles as
delay may result la your cold et-
.ll ao your luag. J. W. McCollum
Rev. 0. B. Thrasher and family.
who have beea making their home
at Mieanopy for the past several
maoths, were la the city yesterday
They were en route to Mllldge'llle.
Ga. where they will In future re
dlde. Rev. Thrasher will engage ton
the manufacture of blh Iplow *bicb
Ae hau recently had pate-nied

Men Paet Fifty in Danger.
Men past middle life have found
comfort and relief in Fole.-y' Kidu-,
Remedy, especially for enlarged pros-
tate gland, which is very conluuon
among elderly men. L E Morris.
Dexter, Ky. ,rites; '*'p to a year
Agu my father suffered fronIi khld:,y
aud bladder troutlk* and sevctrl Lli)-1
dlans prououucr.d it iluargetuent of
be prostate gland and advird an
.*pratiou On account of his ale
we aert afrald he could nut stauil
It and I rwcoumeuded Vuole) Kiidnu"
Remedy, and the fiuet lottll rlie- vil
ban, and aiter taking the.' cc.-ouJd IMt
'la he s,- no l hbi co un alt J. W MeColluum

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Were LayinI in Wlit for tMm When
He Appeared at His Home.
New in Jail.

Ioy er Oeorge. the n'r m hho i
ebarg.d with having shot Ed s)lar
another negro. on Tuesday e *~nng.
asr arrested by Sheriff Rarnit* and
Deputy Bruton late Wtrdne*da'
night. they arriving here about day
light Thburday morning with their
The sheril and his deputy visited
the scene and were an waiting near
the home of the defendant when he
appeared, and they easily landed him.
Sinte his arrest his father has vis-
ted Galarvtlle and is clalaing that
h bio so s entirely Innocent He says
Sollr was ahot by some white man,
who was stationed In a begy aear
tihes at the time.
As moo as loNar has suIleently
recovered, the preliminary hearain
will be held it this city either be
fore Jastle Carlisle or Judge Masn,
bft It wil e several day before be
wlll be able to attend co r.
Iherll Ramsey stated to the report
r tht the aegr's father was trying
to plaee the repoansblity for the
ahootlag uon me of his.depetie.
wo was oewhere la the ehhbor
hoeed at the tise of the asheoo .

NTr nm OUL

Keep Ve r Heir rght and Lawient
i al d "ey Youe vug
Teo. Panes, baee. the met invigeo
raMtS hair restorer. grows hair; the
wmes aof Amerie, who have leze-
rast hair. know It doe, d uMthat sl
why thousands of attractive rore
throahbout the land are regularly
Jlsa it.
For years this almost marvelous
grower of hutroua and beautiful hair
was couasad to the elite of Europe
and New York City, but about two
years ago It was given to a select
Ust of draugists, and today can be ob-
tained la any city or town aI America
where society women of refinement
Parisian Sage is the moit delightful
hair tonic In the world. It mak'.
the hair soft. lustrous and luxuriant
in a few days. It is perfumed mni t
daintily and is not sticky or grease .
It tops falling hair, cures dandr.ff
anl itching all, in two we.ks., .r
money back.
Thls is what Mrm. Eliz:th th F:
An4erson. Mechanicibura. Pa writt.s
'I had given up hoji of ,.v.-r b.-.,Io
cured of dandruff. hllttn I ,ur'.ha il
a bottle of P ri.-lant Sai It I-, i. reumoted the. dandruff, and h...
stait-d a growth of new hair. and all
t ':.. aftrr lia\ing h tn troubled I
1.' years. I chi-erfully recommend. !
I'art- Ian Sage.
W. 3. Johnson is the regular a.,
pointed agent In Galne.vllle for I'all
Mlan 8age. and bhe will sell you a laric
bottle under a rigid guarante-, Ior
(tel I -.
A largI- iHotti, of If twlr tillrlc. thai
what )IMI ,t whe-n .ou lan doun :;
halfdollar ffor a ih)itl,. oft Parislan
S.a e' The girl ith the Auburn hair
is on \%te-r.\ loackage anld bottle,

A Financial Genous.
"Pa. ill ,IIn )i .*i till iviU wlut a
t l 1 l8 1 4 ill l ] il.s I ,,''".
"A niiirll A rbelu** lmly l i!ll. Is a
fall) sh, t,l:. li l..-htl fll ll e.1. I)that he
Itas it'e :: ;. nalla h4h'ilh tl- i le tuI) ,Iile
S 1t li til-k lli are ge1 tingI It will
.rfelr .. "- 'lllcagy, lhtwrd lihrald
To aolid serious r-eults take
F'ol'. *- Kidn Ii) IlleIdy a tthe fir.t
itcIa of( kidl-.) or Ilddel.r dl.orde-r
Such ia bat k..i tl. usiiury Irregularl
ti~er, rehau llol, AnLd )(u will % suMt i,,
e ll. (Couinit.nte taking F1-*.'.& Kid
uny livu d) tudAly. J. \% M ('ollutu
If you have lost or found anything
Io not fall to keep your eye on the
classiaald advtrt:larl columia



Wkkf -l

Have Yu a

Summer Slove?
The stifling air of a
cose kitchen is changed to
comfortable coolnes by
installing a New Perfc-
tion Wick Blue Flame
01i Cook-Stove to do the
family cooking.
SNo kitchen funihing is
so convenient as this store.
Gives a working heat at
once, and maintains it
until turned out-that, too,
without overIttadg the
ro, p. The .- -"
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Fline C-SCM m

l hbit with a CABINET TOP j~ ls ea mdl
Iet is 6 mt co 'e-ise ar e ever mlM-
sm pewrdful mhere to It hoay tscs r wto
it is simply PERFECTION. Tbha ma Ca be
had either with r witbhe Cahiau Top Ask year
dler,, or w mius r ol V" aey.
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Fire. Life and Accident [Ire"s

F- B. MYERS, Manapr---

P Don't IR i*Kl, lor none DP I
BCogood r a this.


_wctt _1 .m F
do, Flw-




A C( P'LE OF "I'I(
15.-ACHE FARM; *; ant irriatae
etc., ow mile from station ; owner
Iluick byger for $,,()0.
A-ljoiniiig abo. place, 10 acrei


selling Now

I, balanlu can i*-; largl |ijacking
clearsel I,'IJUA on pllacec in I!4 7

Sanld -'-.tory 7-rooi lhwu.. Nou

PNo. 374




T( I
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Your attention to your T OW ilitter-ts n ;iy fail, but we
feel ;s if we had ldoeit our duty in trying to tdaw it.
~I. don'tt netgl.ct your OWil
I1 l ,st interests by leaviiig
1 your iprop.rty uinprott.t-
*,41 by ilnsUrance. The
n rI 'in1.i-11n i. lla ull and
Stl th i, t llr I involtvedI i. 44
Slight tlitt there i- n t'ex-
"i 'l for -ueh crilninuill I
T T A neglect. W eliminate
thel troulile l when l you ill-

i M. CMw MAN, Aut. k hsvik. Floria

Your I"airi sWorth--
Arid to use hair prep.'-! I .'t #. vv oat to do?
Thim wy mt coni&!t '. '.l ". n't ,tuur l..aa worth it?
Aek bi n he endur.',% -; f'r; t J
. a hai tonic af.i 13% fiD il. it)It-$


bi-A- A- -A-






&a;ne Bunch of Slab Beaters That
Harded Such a Lovely Package
to Gaineavile Years Ago.

'ordele. (; or the qa.ine bIunch ot
aIsh artists that handed such a loi\lv
iackage to (Ganeomihll about four
'ears since. and which caused a great
nany admirers of the local team to
return home "busted." are to play a
*et i'- of gtiI: I I- r. e i"iI .n II!:
.ext .M%,mdan .
Manager lDals has completed all
arrangements for the coming of this
bunch of ball players. and the record
that they have established so far
this season shows that they are play-
Ing sonme ball.
Manager Davis has all of his men
here with but two exceptions. but he
states that this will not interfere with
him giving the visitors a show for
the money, for he has a team that
would be a credit to any city In the
country among the amateur class.
Great expense and pains have been
ex,-rcise'd in the' selection of the ball
1.1a:. rs to constitute the famou,- "Oak' aggregation. iand hte i:. (f tl.
oHi i,')ni that the' cltiz ns 1 will 1 .I -l.
ed with the team that hbe has sel' tted.
LUt everyone talk baseball and
hate as many "rooters" prei'ent on
this occasion as we can possibly get
out. and assist the home boys In
making good with all three of the
werles that have been put up to them
for next week.
Considerable Imlrovement has been
made at the park, also on the road
leading to and from the place. which
will make it much more agreeable
to travel there, for you will not be
burdened with the dusty feature.
The Cordele player". will arrive
h.ere not later than 8unday. to gih.'
t1:tm a good re.-t before mee'tipg the
(home boys on Monday ?ft'tno!;(,'
It is .to be hoped that e1v'ry loe 'r
of the national game will turn out
Monday afternoon and e'nconrae,, the'
local boys. The team this year I.
ffty per cent stronger than la-t. aata
the spiectators will witlt-es a. g'k.d
a'i article of ball as sill btw found Ast'
x '.re in the State (Including Jack-



'alls for

P icks, eft

O('* ( '(H)i*rT .. "t, ,',.
Refrigerator-. Ic,,


Keep your kitchen
by Iuying our wife a






~.'e clj
', ec~J

1310t tCIllollticral fuel
l Iti 11-4". ;11141 wt e'I givc

.a l.v ) 1-t' liifll s. l; f-, V l| ci, i |
1 e \'t ti,' ge'latiu e, I i. I. .
I ,l 'm t le' I t






L~rre HO; .'ig of County Pair
Ci r.i ard Have Signefied
I tior c' Suy~ort ( r Cause.

S :liu;itt.'e a;,-,::nt d l. the'
SII. IXn .. .1 .I.i| t0 I le ii l. n- ai thl
t. l.i. leiIt l twe k lhate made
.1 ) ;Lt, ass of the business
hoi. ..nd alm a nunilcmr of the citl
zei ai.d hait abandoned the Idea
If i1 lini t11 place' on an attrac-
lion here for July 4th.
Th,. find that the\ have' con.nilenc
S:1 too late to Kite- It the' Iproler ad
\ertiluing or cure the necessary ex
riursiont rates. and feel that the ex-
ie-nse would fall too heball) urlon tain otine of the city
Alter a thorough investigation of
the matter, they have submitted a re
lort. which Is herewith reproduced.
recommending that they commence
nlow to get up a creditable county
lair to be held here in the early fall.
Following is the report:
To the Citizens' meeting:
"Your committee to arrange for the
Fourth of July a lcbration. after a
careful consideration of the' situ.timon,
3nd that it is impracticable to get
jp a creditable entertainment at this
time. We find the business and Ipri-
fesslonal interests. generally in faror
,f gRiing an entertainimeut to tut
olople of the county, but the tilnr
between now and the Fourth of July
in not sufficient to enable us to get
inodations. or to Icrot)rly advertise the
event which we would consider amoat
appropriate for the occasion. and that
tuntter attractions have already beden
arranged for at different points in
the county on that date.
"After a careful canvass of the peo-
ple and a thorough consideration of
he subject, we find that an entertain-
aent In the early fall In the nature
>f a county fair would be very de
s.irable. and we believe such a prolpo
tition would receive, the encourage
atent and sUlpport. not only of the
business and social interest, of the
city. but of the county at large. and
would be of great interest and e n,-
fit to the county generally
"With this recommendation we
desire to thank all who have so
kindly shown a disposition to con-
tribute so liberally of their time and
money for this purpose. and trust
everyone will give the county fair
irolp-lition due consider ioli. and
( "All who haste Iald their tubslrip



Lard is made from hog-fat; its origin is the pig-sty. It makes
food greasy, indigestible and dangerous.
Coo/ene comes from the cotton fields of the Sunny South. Its
basis is the purest refined cottonseed oil.
It is pure, healthful, and makes digetible, nourishing ood.
It is thepurest and best frying and shortening medium psible
to manufacture. Once get in the habit of using CiYem, and you
will never let lard enter your kitchen again.
Wherever exhibited in competition with other cooking fats
Coad m has always been granted highest award

COTTOLENE Is u.r.ant-d vY. ger I*h..r-
--IOuea-----tboritd to elayr
asIey Is ciae yarem not plaid, ter. having gives Cfitalair tst.
MNe~ d' nold In lk i* Ib ib wh am a i U--.
tlbt =top I li t ck haft MWa w, b-
8O1, and prevent it from I Cr1 t ad ea '_-i, ,--aNb-
odoa i as wgob, ill, ae.
Cook L rook r ra e u .to n rtT 1, Oi
our awr T 'P I -, )D C OOi )(X)K"
edited and compiled b Mr. Mary J. Lincoln, tL mes FoId Rpt,*
d amting nearly 300 valuable mope.

Made only by THE N. if. FAIRI.3AK COMPA'NY, Chlcs go

"Nature's Gift from the Sunny South"

THE COOPERATIVI CONTEST. 'or job printing at Tbe SuBa oee. ., NOO ..
-- d oa subscrlptlons as follows: N M e I ery ue i t IS i tAe t
lSuinaes Hoeue That Are in the l. alyS aftr the pbulksutfsl rI II) saso 1
Plan Which Will lsue Vte. te m t p will y to the B3si At Prds
The handsome pianos and dlamomn :d .ub hrlm ors.. s voteu ; rwp sib O( t. Ithte o Fl ords tor a s9auo
'ing to be given away In the Co rber 7 Basr KItllr, alias S#u No0bl
*)lk ratih,. Contest will be the grand .cri .s I th' abcrlpio, M who was ic aal ict t"r M f
**st distribution of prlzes- eer otferer .ubsrtiera Iol voisu Uae- 4 how ClrcTt awt theor terav
In Alachua county. scrbers. 1 v. vote assault sad seutlaced to serve In the
Parties trading with an) of the fol o yne ar's t b a co suaty gc at h Ilabor.
lowing stores will be ghIen bne vote Ii er.. ;..u votes; new subsrtb' L C. COCHRAN.
for every penny spent: r,. 4, 40 votes. Ico J- .14. I-.
Galnesvllle Furniture Company For a club of lSk ose-year emb erip 0
furniture; Phlfer & Morris Co., cloth tio (before 12 o'clock rmo Aue w. m
Lag and furnlshlnOg; Galnesville Hard 1. 190t). old lsubscbers. 0M. In 1f tIwo l0G e
ware Co.. plumbing and hardware: votes; mew susberibersw 35.0 votes. big head I t mes i I ilk head-
Mrs. F. T. McCormick. millinery; W. For a club of tera sixmomtheo saub. c. IDis yeWr head e4er t I
.t. Johnson, drugs and medicines; L. rrilpion I before 12 o'clock soon a ud ml a d yt d hiues aid
'.. Smith. shoes and Jewelry; Mrs. R. Aug. I. 1909). old ubacribers. 30.mWI -? t 1m *I ft K Im U
Wilson. dry goods and notions; SBau- vote. new subscribers. 5.0O vuotes Mi Y I tIIb f'tr
hlers & Earle. groceries and feed ThetIu e Iat uat 1 ttlag lor
stulr.; City Ilakery. bread and pastry; The emni.-Weekly Su w -w yI
P. Y. Smith. fresh meats; Crawford I1. oIce year' subtcrlpkton. gpt t S I W W. JILIJg m
& LDavls. livery aud ale stables; The *
Sun, printing and Itpbllshing. The bor a l9 O6 vP om-yer -srlp 1b6s1 M d WiIe a" 1W M
Brown House, meals and lodging; N. ***- .i- .,3 b4 1' t 411
Pranclsco. Banana House. fruits. etc.: Por a club of twenty-lve one-yeaf 6- -I -1-'-a- u
Eddlns Mfg. Co.. lumber and buildlnga ubcrliptlons, 35.000 votes. I* k& f -lw sit I
material; Standard Fertlller Co.. There Is no limit to ther a At- I
,, A -of clubs each contestaat may secure.
Votes aill be gIven on all orders .

tiors will l| I.1 *rll on Mr F.rdi Foley's .onecv and Tar eM-crlally 11 1U
:;al Ia.?,r. t of ('Ii o VAIO IAO M A r.c-ioumein~t,.d for brooair hrmt and
mlltt 1. aia! t' DO YOU OWn A ung troubles and mny sufferersfrom
('hch.1,u i 1 u,,,,, l O IIIi (lllll> rl. nIchlitil asthma and eo-rumptkl P
w. E I AK HIOitWYOE IH ? have found comfort and relief. by us
I'' .\MIIA.1I t. Ing Fokly's Hony and Tar. J.W. Mc- smm .
I Tr.E N('l. C' litr, ( I- "
J 1, (;iAIt i-E If .Iou hau a litth. l lyom,.il Illl ah '
I'lIIANI IAY iH II'ronout'icd liiKht m'e) in your home'
"(' ,n m il -ttn f (' tiz 11 t.% i .l r o u h aI a Ir .aZu r f -I
l(;aiih Iill'-. 'lior;li, t ,lllnl IT l '*11 Ilto thi. hard rubilwr Inhaler )oi, "lli "II j|
S------ can pour a few drolis of lyonruJl and
.-oiille with its Ire-t-cu )ou has.e the best little lhby) l
"Show 1'In th, W\\ay to 1'lay ItallT u1ll bi the- bloKIui agKalln ihi ).ar chitl. crouil and asthma, the world li
anld rtlblona IlHaring thlbe word are, has et ".r knu1ownl. K. I OOm M
.I hail ,. t M11lh.r & Vidal. Oinly a When you breathe Hyomel you bring W. R. THOiMAh N .
liite-d number illl bI offTred and the heallngl lrtueus of the mountain I'nwirit Pn Frt J. F
the Brst coue. flrst se-ried,. o d,--o- ous forests to your home. You get **. K. MITOM
rate Monda) aud att-icd the amnie. the very same heallng. antiseptic air Ipt Vi *e-,s. J. A. MAULUIt
that you would breathe If you resded W
WALDO TRIMS CORDEL. in the foretas of IiOe and eucalyptu, W. R. TAYIA I) J. ( 1i01o
of Inland Aurtralla where catarrh or '2Sl Vhit-P're. .Idi"F I1 .1. M. VU ABK
Sx GaineWville Men Played With corumjtion .a., ,m.ter known to ex. 9. ). TT'R Ii E W. f. THOMAi
Waldo Crowd. l *t. s &U&1 ('zlI-U i W .
Fox Waldo in-o,l,. wire l-e In If you hate a Ilyonel Inhaler In W. YLORl
t'urlll the nr i,'r-h of 1ix of the your home, get a battle of H)omel'. d I_
Oak Hall bunch to go up aganIsI for i ceZ'nts '
lthe Curd,. I. Ga. tiamu at that place If you hate not an Inhaler, ask for au 0 l
Thursday for It Ia- i ,.Wn -cU.n that a comi"tlete' outft which costs but
th,. 1 re ..-dei.d, a ,d thll I. $1 W i. ad i 'lude*' an inhaler, l. a t
. ,ort idf ." tI I ,4- asidt- tit. fa or l of l0 unwl.i asid amleni t, l.' true
I ;1 .11 itn1 s fo r for uwe
Thi. tI. Ii t, ht i. it .i. as I laed l flonrwll Is sold nl4w I giuanatite-d ItI
h. \I iiu t- Ii. 0 .i l 4, '. 1., I M (',.1llj 111 (' o to .urf c
i.. .4 ti ,,.,,;. 1,, l.l .* i.. ,r Iisiti i i.,;it- H AR ISFiELD GRO CER I CO.
1 4 .11 n 6 4 I i l l l : 1 ..silf I, .11 t. 1 1 I *f g .1 i n (P 1 4 1 1
I Ii I. t 0 A I .. t4P1 11 I i. t itI ll .ll t tI W I LESA L
h. I I 0S and. iri
i e : I,. Groceries 'd Grain
I .- i '. : '- '' \\ '1,i', 1 1 .i \ ., I.* I.

Curn Inditestkon

I .
J ; t. m' I .i..m i i r N, N o O order Too ar e
i ., Both Phw 215 A- INESILLE. IFLOMA




V~ emu%

a" Oman% m so f
,MV, Sm d On
rn- taCli-
r 17rL. WIk n~CtC
;-m* YIC -~_ lY
s is


sn rdm guts

4w ftso anbe a

f t eM is
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S~b G of l his an

ri M ie t fthe
gft to 89080 WOW

-- --_-g-_: b_. s Mo "e

tI gek i M tdho M do Owar 0111

earn. iad Ge Baaoa milt
to g wo n t b mwy as the
aW Osa er." h co uoald have
a am t h e s aV least three
eGtW Wn em ted by the laIt LegLs-

5 aewsaf a ta be evarmied to
slow ft mr eer speakers eO aoy
I0 he Xd Nee rebme0m ,e 0

-el S W -M mA y deat de th-e
Of d Ml oWl Wber mi aneT

a la win asa atd toatela ao
toa- peac wI e end La
I. t rithe eSrolet own that

earacw, lTeapo~rarly, aa te th"
S s.r tV heaI te paci ad fll be

siareteir of mup afely arsy, tae u
a ed1 of ta lvlUkised uateou thi
deo se oe drashng into the bdutch
I o a ret. tad ia le n loti o comig
V las stng b but It wouNd he de

-la a-e or --eaP are but a fd i
SIe ol m we practicabhI thea

J-IlIt ta It kosL nb If IolydlvT
aa b 1* due to ability toy. The
V I aI- or an lntebartidoal army

d nvy to h t hee poeat arld uen
'u daitrali deee Is o that
a ts rer Tmporartly. as In the
MW o thea8e1d 6"expetro to Chillas
t ent thhe esr Movement. sach a
Onsa saemlally aswers. but a-
a pemaws t thig the plan is full oc
aobjetlos able features that oauk'
make it impossible. ,The julyag
ebarneter of suck a army. the Us,
womagaes to an"Y Civilise natIon t
e a&"treoops doing polic, duty w
Ie& trrta4rt. oad oe sectiou of cow
omkg okors--thtes arc but a few
41 the diicuatlee that would art-
Jot w w It kook as If i jnwadtts
Sees" r131 do& to luability to fce
the radly sereaslag burden of tax*
a will be the mst potent arogunewa
a dl araaa..t a..-,,


The eau Jer"ul. at least.
bdo n a sew Mag to ommsad as a
reat S thde Mt *-sme= of the Legis-
,aige. TM a eMsMt newspaper
"* mae wspers of the State have
been almost Umaniman In villifling
the late lsented LI ttlature and In-
dullgng In toad paeans of thankeliv-
tai over' ha adjournment. Parn-
graphers have asot their usual bafts
ad gives et to their accustomed
sarcasm. This, however. is largely a
matter ofd bat and the @tat,'* rep-
resemtatives will, no dmobt. size It all
up at about Its true worth.
The Journal does not pretend ti
be without sin t this respect. but It
hs tried to acoRae Its ce re to
cr c acta of omission or commis-
a, avoidTna a wholesle condemoa.
tiI. It bi right and proper to give
eves te devl his due. and how muhe
me ef s cc the mmeourtesy
a the aatnl hheM aW

pd Wo Per o w- oft the a er

Ml MI d r letTY th lamam h

S mo aslamed the em des pervel

I abt ae ofn

t tv isMhes mntw to mth moi-
wso e .s am.e a sol he agfrwh
a m l m-f. 0 a dm d ameealy

It earm ho verbal eemmi

oeim he elt is tMhe la reIl ra
SmWale J of wleit and an ro
Sa i m ad the aft Wads ao mal

ad h al itn the et inst of te

SeI Ther oaed is the prVisto
tathave lmeaslty rins i of as
dne oe and ceivi diverm rat be
S- oIn a Ile s ad abd lszm -
tAi nSyety to hMa eot Ure larw.
s -"a amre te sad
a"dthe m t "mlml M Msramld. tctola -

lul worktlesw cwld lorth te '
t aer d ate the ahn s oo l a
"ean 11" Suomtim Wo W taxa tuo EIo
dt elm se of thhew of the selid
Uhlme sri ms uste in moset o-

ApIae t "n soul tad alt so abe
to rito to e Dthe adrao of c d pprea-
aUa tso beaescnt act ne t forW alilt
hal eduoatia wbic kcalNed forth the

oSeId. m vers chtUd the aent L a of
tbere ro the know much of the sohi
when my hav P alw s only hope for

uper llaat of abse, and brain p
phyir cl li to a hould lso be athble
to re te the Dachoaer on oe Independ-
-weor these beneficlent acts let uA all

Jothe meuloud eng the recent Lcogia-o
taarea -am+. perchanc prt a its ut.

aere from the doldrums onto ich
ttey rmay hay. fallen because of a

asper te uy of r tae and bEditora
their n rits to a loole Staere thl--
may slap each other en the beck with
th mutually exhilaratin coscio-
eso of having taken part in 'a b aut,

r asm fthr qI u the sbton of who

taatUla cmnsiderable study. has ar-
rived at the conclusion that the poor-
or cuasus o ctLsaenas ad the corpora-
toss are bearing more than their
share o the burden of taatloo.
whkle the middk clasa escapl-e much
If the burden that they ought to b er.
The plain, uaarunlhbed truth of the
matter is that pretty much all of us
ledge eery cent of taatiuln that
we tca Tbhe ~ery poor uman ha' hxu

UIle to cover up and th.< caitalalla
tim of the corporation b.l>ng a mat-
er of public record. they asa) couu
a for more than their r-hare of thti
burden. an Senator Flourney <'u-
ludes. but the fact remains that w,.
re a generation of tax dodgitru and
'ew of us, Indeed, ur a without sti.
f the real and personal prow.rty Ih.
his Statle were return d fur taxaLtli'
It 65 per cent of actual +alut. thI foo ag would not reach .I-ss thall tifrr-
muadrd nmilllou dollar."

The srllknusu facllilt) lsth hl( h1
ollitlcians tan t lot. turn ai.d ibuil
he ueaning of a pioatsi, 0l plihra
lch b is clear to the atvrage- IIau 1I
oundantly se-U ln the prCe-cut a'ca
loa of Congrves

If Its worth more to someone *91e
tIau to you--o matter what It I--
A want ad. eill be a uood investment


Th* Ilamour of the foolttlhta klead
many people who tn they have hisl
trMlcie talent to years for star life
la a few lstaaees the amhltion 1*
Justified. but In the teat majority It
it not People whose hP4ad* gt turn
'ed with a little u rEcc- and a IrnIl
deal of rallan.ep In anrat'Ir th,.atnr
rals soon l*:.irn that th r. l'iir mir nt.-
and exaction- of prife!r.t ,io'nal 1 'f. art
vastly~ different from shtli the ex.
pected. and fortunate are th..y whn
are disillusioned without the los, of
money or character
That ~*omtimesn it I" not th ca*,.
is e'rldict from the rer.nt p\i 'rieneC
If a lady of means who bltwl .vd sh.
had the qWialitie*- nece.sar nto make
a g(wd actresm and ho a%* Iaim,0.-dl
upon by a fake theatrical manager
He represented that he would form a

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N ac1sets liro.etly on the Liver. It will cure CONTIP
is entlrly I.. frmal p'isonouR niiiwrni aubetranot, anti Im cUng.
prosd 0. ly of UF.IV G N53 It Im adappted for wiak ftnd
woary conxtltutions; at nsngth'na tIho weakicnel glands and orraIs;
It checks all derang-omenta of the body. 'Try a bottle lt-Clday."
FftyCen a Botd& Avoid Al Subsiuteg.

tanllrd Snow LinimSnt Co .
T1'. LOUIS, MO., UI. S. A.
~icI anrd reroomn~ra.ndad b


company In which she would be the
leading lady. She gave liberally to
faster the project. and now she I
ma m th ds of dollars out of pocket. the
.a er has bdeaiped, and her ardor f
ar t he stage is bed. The exp e- Tam
ru Vran der W probably effect-
te. and Itmy ws ae a warann to PFECTIVI DEC. I 1M.
athers wo ay have theatrical asp
ratosom mosny sa"d but few
-q **aLoms. LIsve Gainesville for Mianopy, Fairfield and lo.
mal points South....................... 10:10 a
It Io Mid t~t repneatatIve w.v-
. t st sa po as it ce rinig ariMve Gaineqville ................ 4:25 pm
mwWee do am know Ifd that Iseor
S.t the C.. bat lgslau res L ve O ainwvile for Sampson City, Palat,
tae apw r-et* d tter boo. r Lke City, Valdos, and all points North 600 po
i* * B r Ituring, arrive aieil .... ............ 9:30pa

T r.ea .s papr wOf te AL Ii.b L LIb M Sut L L Swsr, Tfnk I r.
taso d to mIen taht ____ is at ______

baee abe to e om Iis ts o
ad that Is aarrh. Haire Catarr
Cure the *aly paitGle cwre knowm
to tw mrsedll hatrsrt. Cktarrk [U V

quires a comtattimal treatment
Hair catarrb Cur te lua. t.ton. L. RIIN L
ally, actfig diretly upo the bood
and macma s roee eo the f system. M m t
thereby deatrel the foundation of
the dl'es.e, and tgivia the patient
streanth by bulding up the coasttt Write for Pricre, Terns, Ett
tioa and asltoiag nature In doitang Its
- "d e -l 1 b" "r IL C. AVIS & CS.
work. The Irepritors have so much
al t IIts cratlveo powers that they 4 Wewt Ray St.
oder One Hundred Dollars for any JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
cas that It thi to eaur. Send for The P*4hles Visible. W L. IENSHAM. A.ent
teatlmoala. Address.
r. J. INEIT & CO.. Toledo, O.
odd by al'druggists. 75 ent "e- --**-ts.
Take Halrs Pamily Pill% for coasti-



Is lra~ni tothe fact that an alstract is Aug. 30th, with final return linit t. 34 tli.
an an.,lAte ner.crity to the inv-t-or h' Stop-OVers allowed Oil tllthe tickets at Rich-
ilwe to I alguare t alint aond, aslington, Baltiilore nlip a.
flas in tlwe title of the irw',le.rtl" ct*one-r 1a*I. I
If we nEake tw sha-t.rat it Aill t1- m. 0l.elucetd rates to otihr 1lliininer re.sorts.
-olutely ...nrret, for ''. hiav ra Cn,,ti.l eFor information. rates, ri-'.rvationi- tte., call
mrt .4( nqrJs asid take tic utnnot *.1( oo w te to F iiT ivi- Pass e
paiilaking can.. Wh, at' no -t!wor. F n
atitrat'. afitracy i- irantei.. ger Agent, Il \\Wtet Bay St., Jack onville, Flua.

(;sainevile. Florida.


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I G(ainetsville~, Fla.
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JitLckS4llviel, Fla.


FvM Dwdiq Lints


Abstra of rThl& ale
To all laged. in Alac-liua County
on wIhort notice.

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'Ttl, ISali:Y SUN: (4AINE VILLK. FLORIDA. JI'XE 18. 1909


PARTS OF FLORIDA Plety of Them inGainevill.
IC ood Reason for It.

F I 1 1 1%

W .IIIC? .'.m C* *

da' Th., :i- ,

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C i I I

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< .::, ,'k I 1 i l .1 \ ., r i .
\ S ., ian !s I 11. '. !h.,,tatr.

The ('ullpepper meethtll.- which ha'e
I el-n goiIp on for the piat three
we-ekt at Bradentown hn\e created
great interest In all the towns on
the river. Many hate professed
faith an I have joined the church. and
much good Is bound to result.-Mana-
tee Record.

About the last official ac-t of Itrmer
Mayor Sebring of Jack.ontville wa
to veto an ordinance requiring all
owners of vehicles from which anl
article of produce was sold to I'A)
a peddler's license. Inder this ordi-
nance It would have hebn unlawful
for a man to sell wood f-o'i hI ,

Watermelons continue to go for-
ward In battalions. Never before has
this county shipped more product to
market. One nipper says that he
s*Ient four years pelting the Yankees
with minnie balls. and the Ipat forty
y< are he has been feeding th m on
w:,*..rwilon- and cucumbers and
thanks that the havoc has hewn great-
er from the latter. "Pe-tc, aA her
v.cts.rles no less renowned than ar."
-Ocala Ilanner

The extremely dry weather is
causing the few remaining rattlers
to crawl about in search of water.
Mr C. P. Wandell. who resides in the
south side of toani. had hi.. fine point-
er c ruck three tlnie- in the hea'd byt
a htie-foote.r whi I|.r)t, '1"i her
progeny. The timely airlllcatilon of
kerosene to the woud anse a iltr'int il-




We arc diiplayinatig a prf,,-,t
line of

t'U)()R PI'nrl SHADES
('REX andl .MA.rIN(;

R,' EFRlI(iElt A'l'()l,'S
4 11, SD I E -'

,111I I,.t Woo,,! Stvf' amil
l;ailge'< -0lI in this section.
Fil-.t line Whit Spreadgs.
Sl.,t(), Tow.l. ar'14 Pillow

For me week Mtly we
seN th celebrated 15 Ostr-
owr Mattress at13.50.
Fity-puau CretM Tick Mb
Ed e Cstt kbarss at 15.45
-rtM price 16.50. Cal

Brnila )<"tr bbty l 'atrralt r 1" st a '.r
W ,.!i( l i r Ii.*Aiv l Vctit' I I'&I o i.

We ive Vot in I th Ceossf
pg ggg Mind

For Infants and Clioea.
Th Kl i Yiu Have A'Iai Bwgt
a ars'

Of tCL' Cs**

S \\ '
.i!l all L
f ,ll I i .r -i. Ilt J,, I q lh41

(Outt la ti .;ht' lad('he and Ltrs
jus tb,a uiorring' lilk.' CAPludtlea
jiit the th liig to fit )ou for bus inem
('ler a the head traces the utrne
Try It At drag tores.

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\V !: t .Ill, to an Ie hai'l' Iy.

St I
CI U ; A;-I I ,.. I Ie i d n1
.iFor s ,eI b r In the face of cvl

c ,t. Fter- I brn Co. B'tI alo,

SYork~ sole aIents h thoI, Ur3tedr
'.*, be- .. te' e '"*7 ",i', *.*,i *;

-"1 !ta-e o other.,I li ,
i1ternl ved th 1alm l' I e and r
1 i, < ; I. i lti

felt much better. The pains lost their
iseren(ess antd l gained n strong th
rI consider Dtoans K idney Pills an ex
celle. higedy rtan d am eased tfo

New York. olett agets for the United
Staevereesa and I ained in trent.

SRemembedr tDohea Kidney Pias an ex

terellet re ed, 0e and i s anm pe0 d
r s as sy as e verm.

Icn apptoyh, -rheade three me rea. on
tor ale by ball teanest. oPr rter

moals o tbe yuters ow Oranhe itLk.
Ltents. ioster-Mll cburn Co..-relieve theBo

paOnn ored thuce the swelined that be hadr
a lNew York ole a for the ntedUni ted to
take points and ier.e so that you

lterny rare ed the an ll as life aor
the P pry ha evern andt tut WTh
McIntash, where three men were onhappy.-Bradeton Her.

trial fJu r ing tl the ne s of te werl
Dows onthem twte o BaOrane Lak o
Liniment flll cure It---rslleve the

One oint amend claime that he had
there. Smithsonian ine ad 1titution00. Thed

y W. rnt M. cl. at lrt a ha
Bherifr Oalloway lM Just back from

Mclntoh here alree men wre oat
trial for robbing the nerts of water-

t tuffersn o the atecks of Orage iake.
,iOne of the men cimd tt he had

ca r.en.i fro the nled tatl to
tho t hSold b In. t. Johnut on. conii.-ld to La.alte for home.
rcl!.. ll K I *ii Il.. II at .MI:Iuto h .~>e, :,l,
Ito,. <-atall! the young nrn---Oala

.' i iatl I ll;tk Pt
l Vitli Point

ita it'. loI ,.1a. \trryh a llltver trouble.
aIt tu iwe ih aette k th. e ronialb and
breat h. rclli ,'i i'l t lirulatesr the I lh er and
reg clud e the lrn( vel' and tie much u.u-
,fur i to ulie anld -orliary I uaxat

l nleat try lebl.s Ot rino LaClativ.
*todiy J. ra lc('c llunaf h "'o.h

Thel- Sd by W. Johnon.
rt ob.' -'t i r. .t'I -. i I. i *CI Ill'tle' .h
S i.. t l. i-< bi.. *' I :! -:.rt Iar r.:!
n I "te i .t I he 1. t. i l
Fh.ryat In, heil be' benefi.t.d by
kiuche Flts t u rho lI.ixatice for con
.iniay. J \ Me-ollum & t'o.


The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid Into this establishment for
goods which they handle:
Gainesville Furn*ure Company, Furniture.
Phifer A Morris Co., Clothing and Furnishings.
Gaineoville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware.
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery.
W. M. Johnson, Druge and Medicines.
L. C. Smith, Shoes and Jewelry.
Mrs. R. Wilson, Dry Goods and Notions.
Saunders a Earle. Groceries and Feed Stuffls
City Bakery, Bread and Pastry.
P. V. Smith, Fresh Mets.
Crawford & Davis, Livery and Sale Stables.
The Sun, Printing and Publishing.
The Brown House, Meals and Lodging.
N. Francisco, Banana Houee, Frults, Etc.
Eddina Mgf. Co.. Lumber and Building Material.
Standard Fertilier Co., Fertililer.

Rules and Regulatis
L The conteat i opes to amyme a i
Ala(bua county who Is kaowMs y te esMdeter
of the or vouched for by as me I table
person, to them well aowm.
2. ;u omuployr. attached or relative of te IpM
prietorm of the ahbo~-amed aSr a eligble to
participate li this contest, a4 win gaU elpate l
no manner.
In the ovest of a -m- ---sd-g btweu
candidates or otn aterested ai this e.stml.
uch controversy ay e reerrveda the e-
duetors of contest, who salom ae th p e
quallSed to reader dedai.
4. la the evet a emadtda ieeildes to wlb-
Sdraw fro the race, eueh caddte will mot be
Sallowed to tratwwer e tao te aredn of aoter
canaddato in t he songt

r L ert#er Mew *.bssrL'.s
1.25---Three months' subscription ................... 600 vote 700 te
$2.60-Six months' subscription. ....................... 1,900 vote 1,00 vete
5.00--One year's subscription ........................... 3,500 et 4,00 ets
For a club of five one-year soaub riptions (' ,;.;; "1"' ). 300,000 ote 5,000 vete
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions ("",. .,.", I'.s,). .30,000 voets 6,000 vote
'The.r i- no limitit to thle nIThl*r of <.aJ'l it tU'osar 'ontewtaiit may .ecure.

S1.00--ne year's subscription.......................... ........ .0 wv
For a club of fiv one-year subscriptions .......... ............... 6000 voet
For a'club of 25 oeyear subscription. ................ .......... .. .36,000
Tlherer i-< no limit to tiI' ,,'i,,,ii'r ,f ru1itte each e ontestant uma secure.
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends with the st res
distribetla vOtW is ledeirfd by t-heo

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Total Cash Value, $1,000.00

To Be Given Away by the Merchaits and The

Suo to Cien of M achm Cmty

Each Section Gets Prizes!

Contest to Clae August 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the distribution, leading bdanem ho
have joined in the combination to give away Two Handsome Pio an =d On
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different seetioms. These
progressive firms will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize milar in all rpelee ths
to will be given each of those tieing.
THE A. R. HARPER PIANO CO. of Jacksonville, from whom the pi-se
for this contest were purchased, have agreed to offer extra prime a follow: To
the first five candidates in each district, excepting the winner of the eaphal lr
in the said districts, one certificate each for $100.00 which will be redeemaM .h
cash as a payment on any piano handled by them-the Everett, Harvad, D
or John Church Pianoe. In addition to this they will ive a eertie1te ood
$25 toall other contestants in the race, and will make special arrangements wt a
one to take care of their paper on all purchases of instrument at the h p
TL GinG* *ilk cti Will embrace the city and suburbs and beoon-
The ai s Cfined to a radius of four miles in each direction.
The winner in this diStrict will I awarded a HANIDOME DIAMOND RING.
Este and Southern S pris territory from Fair
l banks all points east and from Ro-
cheile all points outhi- Waldo, Hawthorn, slaand Grove, Campville, Mioanopy,
lAke View, Tlaco,.a amd all points along line of T. & J. Hy. ONE PIAXO.

Western and Northern Section Will conprie all stations from
Western and, e SHaection uto 1g $prings, Trenton
Wianl e, Wilcox,. I!, Newlitrry, Jonesville, Archer and all ettlements covered
hy this area. (ONE 'I.ANO.

How and Where to Get I W E bones vw Bbe uLb
1 Ballot boxes w11 foun in th ll-
Iments of LUe merclhats givig votes anu at Vtih
Sau ofce. Vote smat by an must be dirated
V --- to the Votlng C ,;est Departmet o The S
..-. ---- --- Glamavlle, Florlda.


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f" tShe #Abu I" n02gla imu ha state. ly-
e* Wa IF 61004 I tho Co-- ty ofAlchm. State et

Oss o ml a A.3D. Ur. at GalmmvIfe. Aimcksa count).
so a*a b m to o peyr the mssuet the City
ism 4 l te Im 10 h'mI s" e "t oot to the sam.
Os( m~ mT8 ad dTxwrtlssment.
t. B. ErLUS. tax Colletor


51 II

2 Mr. Ida. L fr-
tt ...... ... .3W

23 Mrs. Ia E Bar-
tt ....... ..... 13.4

Asale M. SmIth. 8.31

Mary L Oeam...


Jeate Ass John-
Man .... ..... 13.5

Beimrs C Deft

J. C. Mets....... 3.1

A. D. Sarives....

Jae Gaes.....

P. MeI* ......

Bama Ch Martin

ILAm Cbaey....
Madsa Rieho..





ebus w wuIE., 60

J. A. Ma.l ay....

Ukhmwm .......



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st ac w 3
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2, e, mr 3. 2, to wm Ad.

"Ij*m W. a01n. o1meM L. 2.

SL. W 1asit.. N.:157 ft. .o
a .f ai s e IL L M ew......
3ff ~rSqjp 3. f3w usrc
as IL & tog d&son a 14t2
*WA Ady ift Im2 fG toIS be.
IL it It. W.141 M X. ft.
su so.....................
-C~---L IL ad NW. Co, o of

C 2. 3. 3. hOLN. U f to be-
S1 1 0 t .I I S o 10 .8 IS O to
lis "d W% R. Smmlbo 's AA-
r S mE 16. 5. B." W% a I.
Bpi'rs AsdItio to msibwvtIf...
b% SI B. ariwn'a AdUkim to
-me at 14w miaer of Block
4, S-& AMfties. md rum 3.L 10
L. L3214 IL. W. 00 L U- sdti to

.. .............
t U 34 SAW 33. 11. 7. Drows's
gdds~uis 00 00mvillm.... ......
&a3 S L 7. Ikeron Adim....

1*3 5. 78 Brow's MiMkIc.......

mam at ~S w Care w BU. .
Bo5SAddKlm. run N, 100 ft. K.
idI to* W. 6o tt. to b*Oa-

id MIS... .....&w rtv
C40 56feoo oftw r
31. a. brown's Additi' Ion (,Iaa
vuwl. .run N. 10) ft. K9104.f,.14
Is* ft. &a4dW. 1001 ft t0 bm'ginflhisl
CbooluvsinI 6a ft, S Il ),N % roaisarf !
u. 1i. r1 saa'5 Adst111tit to (1all";'.
vWE. .rans V IWDIt.St d :10 W Its.
ft., s 140:oI Iafl t') 1W11taii'
45m at 5(4' I Il.,ft S. of %. *
mo Kt. c4 ft. io 1:1l ft k% 'nIr
11.11rusliv Addl llm If) (Iflli ossll

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W W4 ft. 't.) 6,-611. lilia
Ad aifiti.i. t'..(;,' a.!t IsoM .

S10* Ift Ma A. apwd. g3.27

9 to W 5 lmma aMa.. 33.87

5 10 30 Se GM...

5 1tO B. WIis ....

65 1 20 Aurelta Glass ...

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I :.87

5 1 *0 Stevea Ros .... 4.39

6 10 0 A. T. Brisne...

i 10 3
10 so

Mart G. Sherrod

Unknowa .......

i 1o s J L trahews...

S16 20 J. M. Deoe......

1 10 20
S10 to
6 to "

Docsa Smith ....
fPanao Roberts4.

* 10 I2 Muenla Johamm
* 10 o Heirs of Vber o
Whittaer ....
So10 tO Wesley J. Jos-
so .... .

3 10 2o Susanu LAa

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D31?Tlfl! OF LAND.


x'% of Lot 2 8% ..
Lot I aid W lt
8% ......... ...
LotI 1 aA 7 11 le
Lot 2 of 0% Lot
Lots 3 and 4 of 8
Cfa_..bce 105 ft. S.

2 of N Lot 7

84 ..o.. .
I. 't 7 5IY .....
Lot 7 i%......
of Ne corner of

d I NAME or oWsirJ

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2,o Ile- r Johnason

5 lo 2so ..Angoine Twoa

6 10 20 sai broean...

5 10 2, Sampeon Brown.

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ft PIP e S1. AM* Lm Omtaeas


0cm Ia Graham Buildiag ew
Immders & Earie' store. Phem
No. SA4.

DR. DVVJk& B. MUU~cla.


SIt 2to0 Wiley Jona ..... 13.3:

4 1t 20 Francis Mulberry

4 10 t Jesse Gordon ..

W. 10; ft a ;' ft. E Il*" ft.. N
;T ft. to twisninl .
BDglanlg 1 3 ft .. of *.* corner of
N4 BI 11 liros a addition to
Gamesllte. run W. 147 ft.. N. 7,
ft.. 147 ft.. ,7 ft. to beginnlng.
CoIammee 273 ft. W. of s corner of
N% B. At. Brow n Add to Gliner
ville. ran W. b4 ft.. N. 1.7% ft.. E.
44 ft.. U. 1&7% ft. to bellamnls....
Coa..eace 10 ft. E. of Sw comer of
N4 B. II. Irowsa' Addlom to
Galanurvlle, run E. 64 ft. X. 1574
ft.. W. t4 ft. and I. 157% ft. to be-
ginning ........ ............. .
All B. 16. Brown's Addition to Goltm.
ville ........ ......... .........
46 ft. on entire W. side of Lot I of
B "W." Hrows's plat of 8% ....
5% Lot 33 ad M34 iles (1 in w
eoar of Lot 3;,. Specter plat N.4
N% of Los 3 and .. Spencer plat
IN ...... .... .... .. .........
Lot a Secer plat X% .............

On ase IO BSw. corner Lot 35. 8pen-
cer pM t ........ .................
One arre io w. corner Lot 19. Spen-
cer plat ... ................
Lot 4 and & 0. "A' and all B. "B."
being survey oC Lots 3 sad 4 of B.
W. Brown's pslt N% .............
lots 16 and 6K Porter BSub4lvisio
N % ........ ........ ............
Lot 1i. Porter's Subdlvlslon N ....
Lot 20. Porters ubilvilon N ....

Lot 31. Porter's iadlvls, S N' ....
Lo( 42. Porter's tbdivisio N ...
Lots 59 and l.3 PortaeVs Snb4v' N
Lot 12. B. 1. Orr's pat of Lot 7. B.
W. Brows's N% ..................
Lot 1. B. 1. Orr's plat of Lot 7, W.
Brown's Additiom ................
ot 6. B. 1, Orr' plat e Lot 7. B. W.
Brown's Alddio.. ..............
Lot 5. Leonard's plat i% ..........
Lots and I, Looard's plat N4...
IE Lot Leonard's pl~t of Lat L
N % ........... .... .............
Lot 1s. B. 3 College Par N ......
oI 1t 8. 4. Collee Park % ......
Lots 6 aMd 7. B. 6, Colleg Park N%
Lot S, B. 6. College Park N,........
Lots 4 and 13 H. 7. College Park....
Lots 3 and 14. H. 7. ColleWg Pork N
: .e% of Ne% of BE% of Xwk am
N. % of 8e% of 8.% of w%V (7%t
armr) 8%.... ........ .. .....-
Nwv of Ne% of Aw% of NO. 5'..
C ommen"c I1 ft. W. of center of A.
C. L I tracks, rua W. -6M ft,
8. tI nft.. E. 2 ft.. N.280 ft ......
Commence at Ne. corner Lot IS of
%4 ..................... .......
Ra E. 1 ft.. N. an ft, W.
91 ft, sad b. 24 ft..............

6 5 20 'Uknown .......

6 0 20 Susan Frailer..

3.17 J a *Vr



4 10 a J. T. OGddy..... 2S.20

Alfred Gray ....
Tony Harrold....
V. H. McKrtm-
Inger ... ..
Julia Martin.....
Lena sapp .
Wm. Galk .


6 lo 20 C. G. McCarroll. ::.'.

6 10 20 5. A. Maming...

31 9

32 9

3:2 Lb

Lot II, .................. ... 3
and rt W. 210 ft., 8 to ft.. E
210 ft. N. 106 ft to betglalng. S % t 9
Commence 210 ft. 8. of No. grner Lot
11 8% ..........................j
rus W. 315 ft.. 8. 90 ft. K. 315 4t
and N. No t(-.t to t~w-KIaningl -4 kt ,
Lst In Lot 1I. t; It by 'o ft. in Siu-
lmuous I t. S.............
Lost 11. Hllll Addit-nm. 4 .
t( ::... Hill':- Addiltin. FLS .. .
|,0 41. 1iliVl) .A441i:o1,0 .', S
, Coiinenfce l* f ft t: ,f Int-r. i (11 n >f j
A. C. L. I II. andl t 'a d.r of -rt *t.
* 1I N. side I.Ot 22. li i'd AddtriI. |
a d run E. *;*: ft.. 4 :2 .It. I
O,'.Ca ft R ;I' ft t, tlmt;uai inAg. S 1 *2/ 0
N% lIAt 2". an:d I'~' ft E. atd n'. b.
IoI ft. N. and H.. in HSw worn.r
alIo uominrlut iti,; '2-'4 ft E of S
tarni r I.ot :': ndmi run N '. t. f
E. 1 ft.' r" ". f W. 1 wo ft. ru
S : .l, *, f 32 9
CI no nce :.oo ft. .N. of to co( er
Lot 23. Hill's Adeliun. mo N. P15
ft., E. i ft.. S. 1 e 4 t., W. S o a to
beglnnlng. % 1
Lot In Lt 23. of l mir Addition to
Gainebville. a- w r LDhd It**" 3t.
page 690. 84 .................' 33
I:. I. In Ranges* w .II. 12. 13 and II.
Elliott & I. N' le Addition ... 3 9
Con;mence at N.w. reer 9. 1. R.
1. Elliott & LY.sgst Addition. and
run K. 200 ft, S. a2o ft.. WI. 2 ft..
N. 200 ft.. .ad (mSmeaoe at w. I
corner I. 1. t. 2. and rue K. 20 ft .
8. 200 ft.. W 00 ft, N. 2to ft.; also

ots 1 to 91. Ineruslve. rles ILot 6 h
and 6G. rtflreld ... ..
N% of a 24-arre lot IIn .* corner
of IAot 12 I f S s .. .....
Coinar.atv t 013 ft. 8 of Nw coru.r
Ist I? run .&'e ft 4 1 '1 ft.
'.'. *I Ii ft N I113% ft. 84 2 9
I.,tI tl and 4, 82 .T2 !*
I.', f o II 4 .........
1 ', It I, I1' ft 1 h t 'h :';1 t

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20 B. F. Jobnson...
20 Margaret Frazier
20 Ma Edmuamon...
20 Wa. Elliott ....
0 J. H. Fulks......
2t Mrs. 8. A. lee..
20 D. P. DaIi .....
zo W. H. Lee ......
20 J. A. D. Harris...
2o E. H. Smith.....

20 A. O. Worley....
20 Anderson & Town-

20 W. i. Rutedge..

20 I. B. UI'me......
3 VUaknon .......
2 Unknown .......
20 W. R. IDvits.....
20 Unknown .......
20 Wm. Knight ....

20 Bn Kite .......


26 F. U. Cellon -

Amanda Sit-war

T.R lcu .....

21o Leonard ShNia.b.

26 W. G. 8tory. ..

IM Mary Poole .....


M. Parrish .....
J. A. McDonald..

20 Unknown .








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O0 W. A. More ...

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491"n. OAW3UY.L8. Fi&MMin

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01icm Ovor Galmesvlli. National
Bank. aalnestri Ow Mrld

NoUge b ohereby ive n that Was.e Vothrc
pwchamor of Tax CerUgOaa No. W;I
dal Ow 4tb djay of Socncr A
0. IWL hoa Bl ed a ertaeaoa La mvy ooIc
amd hbas Made acau"o far tax ded to maq
.n socordarwe wltb law. Sald cLreset. car
traost leb folos!na. deerlbeuj lfprtyitau
aled to Alachu sa culy. kcrida. lowlt.
SOrN. at 4I."t at ahe oN NIte r Oc. 10 c.%
r 3. 0 vh % I.. Ns cur of H a .M O laIt and
(.k%, b !"IChurha Na ItI d oW a ad GOUfIluC
S %Ia 40 Utt I.te Orri not 1.-se. and tack to
I W r&oM0lot. t aa rusuF:;pg .A& 1I4 34Ac
saO d. &.!ii ct% sawi SW %.w 4 Ivab* 1t) beglfkin
%aec .4. TvI o.. H. U 5- 13b a &area
Thu aakl iaad beng "woaod at the date of
the mas, ofwe eh ccrtlfoaw i n thesMe
Of AeP~h J H~e~d
1'nlew %aid certilfleate abail be redeemed
accord re to lag. Las ded "wil l e .Lbe"rom
on lhe Ii day of July. A 1) IjiA
witneto may oOclal ahuature bad eal ULA
the 216t da) of NY 7A. D. .3MV.
b. H. VIfLimtS.
Pd Clerk Circuit Coast AIaehas Co.. Mi
kit M. b HL V S. D L


rmr ad Rehuilder

khltnaate Fuuiubhl Puonlte and Ali
Wrk Uu unarals.
heIcrtpwM*: Addluw:
1m. wVnbAHrnoCp. GAINEJlLLk
Ltid1k-ua a Battv FLA.

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a v attended w,


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W. and W. A.
Anderao .....


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Lat I1 t. I 14. l W h I .. .I
All it ;. IN I kd L r. at ., .1 A

lot 1.: 11 It II and W bi y IA a f t N.n
and 8iti, o n f

'. Rl t h .nlio a ........
oI t '", it E andd \v. hi 1..a ft N.
and S.. N of lEst I. It t. I{ I t n1
lot l)'" ft. K and \V byv ft N.
and north of W've of Irt 2. II
.. R e .1. and lot same dimn R enlon
N of W Lott 1. It. C,. R. I. and
lot .lX ft E. and W. hi lt.. ft N.
and S8. N. of Er Lot 2I i. I. R. 1.
Dols & Robertson.' Addition s ......
lot 1*e< ft E. and W. by !:1. ft N. and
8. corner of Government and Semi.
nary streets. Doeg & Robert on'd

Addition be .. .. .
Addition' dd......on .................
Lot 2. B. Crawford ad lat .......

3. ft. N and 8. by 1to) ft. E. and W.
in Nw. corner Lot 15 U. 4. R. 1.
Roper' Addition to GiinesvIlle....
Commence at 8e. corner Lot 16. and
run W. 50 ft. for bchinnng, and run
8 N. 100 ft.. W. 30 ft. S. I) ft.. L.
n ft. to begnnin.. B. 4. R. 1.
Roper's addition ..... .. .. .
Lot 11. B. 3, R. 2 and Lot H. .
3. Ropers. Addition to Galaesvllle..
Lots 10 and 12. B. 5. R. 2. Roper' Ad-
dition to GalaevUlle .............
One lot In Mariah Harper's lot. East
Galaesvllle (Klng's Addition) ......
Commence 30 ft. of o 8 Voyle's
lot. E.. Olnesville, run 8. 4 calns,
W. 5 chains. 4 chans, and E. S
chalns-2 acr a ..................

EAlo ollowinc: commence 373 ft 8.
of Ne. corner .................
run 8. 120 ft., W. 414 ft. to R. R.
and Ne. along R. R. 138 ft. and E.
345 ft. to beg nalna. Galnesvillle

8ix acres as described in Deed Hook
P." Eat Galnesville .............
Commence at Ne. corner of G. 8.
V tyle' lot. East Oalnemvllle. run
E ft. to Iniial point, thence run
8. 1t chains. 7% chain. N. 10
chains. W. 7% chains In Ne%.....
Also comniencing at Ne. corner An-
nie Chlles' lot. run E. 2oN) ft.. 8.
1:) ft.. Wt 2.o ft.. N. 100 ft.-%v
acre ..... ................... .
Com mene at Nw. c'rn-r ........ ..
Eafs Gainean--\! and run S. g1.1
chain. 'E. 4t Wt fto t1lW t wtwatr
tr~ .n1 1h land I .. I j I r f t i, :I.lI t
h tin 1. Wa. woo ft. to b(e f illil ....
l8ulaiti*( ioIn f I tii('c'& lot in N wI.'
(Cont:,e'nc on .n lia. of li 'iiiItInI
.r., it. 1 ft. u. f tr. t. riun !
1 ."' ft fl ft. 'f fi S.*
to. ft* l, 'ia nyi :
Coi.'n. In', :2:e ft N 1.f .Nw torna
Lot1. S.I \ I,t I Li I 4:,ai'on e all.-
1x :, \ 6 N :: .t 1 ',, fl .
\ :'. t i ;:. ft S ft
( o t il 'l 'v :A 1 d ir .r ; '
'. I'at -.'4. \ S4e t-I %''. I, .(
;1 ali. '. all1<. r il \\'. 4 *'I~ f S *:';'
ft I t0 '2 ft N a,,e ft :'1' c m1rn-
I11e11 e at S ('(in er of olt I \V
Volk lot in N corir Se.4 I- Ir
2'. I;at (< iine':.vllle. runt \W 2 4 ft .
N ,,. ft '. 2 4 ft aI l .8 *.D ft
to I ftKin.n ll K .
Lot 1. ItI oHomN Inv'tmunt C'o
Lot1. e. and 7. II A." Tbonia' Ad-
dit Ion. N .
8 b 141t 3. I' i. lot to Lil;. I 1 :
LanKgley Addition 8'i .
Lot ,. h.,,' i.,e ft N. and S t.\ I'eN
ft.. E. and '. In aw r.rnr .....
Conaaenlee. at Ne'. corner 1.o) .5. and
run N. 1 e f V. Iro ft 8. 1.e ft.,
K. loo8 ft. to It)4Kii^itlaK .
E'i of E'. of N. It 2 Lngl1 Ih'v
Addition f1e .
Lot ltaiindld S lay HlaIitfaoi. \V lay
(treet., N by Sa luala''. K I t r;,tan h.
I.., l ii ; rl. ft ;.11" !1 liii amii Ail
dat rs a
(', .ll. I1 0** o i \ a Id 'lll ,'i -at "
-.. .l at N of h ai-- o. a
1. t i\ (I 1al 1 \\ I' '"' 1 N ","
S : I'*" ft S 7.'" ft t, I,'osiutli g.,
S < ;:k 11 11 1 il::t
l s <,1 \ 'l:>in 1 r,'. ., oS(f (o.k Hiiil.
2'* ft N ,ilrl 14 I. 1-* t' 1K salt
\; ;" i I .t",, 1.1 I. sa I 1a '

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1i.,,,, .I.lI 'le :.. -t ;- riun N
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1 1 1 ; v I ia ta
(' fl. i' 111 1 I \ 2, '1.111. I ,I TA:.l r

1.'>1 \1 ( 'H ltII.a s 14-, I a1 '. ;h lI ,

4 I t 1111 1,-11 S 'Ad1,6
1. 114 r %i~aall lli 'II &
Lw 7 ~Porto-r' Addititu n k;. w
1~ 1, oir I -r A, I:t i I. AI ,
l.t )f Purlt r aAd-l11,i' t%~.

lAt bb, l'rtwr'ra Additivui e,

4 '' 2'


NAME OF 0\% .ERi

kno n 3..7

4 le 2", J Ol'rstreet

SI" 2?" \" W lS. ml>
4 t i' 1). i F itt, ..

4 10 2LI I). II Fitts ....

4 10 20 J. H. Stovall....

4 10 20) Unknow ......

D. B. Pitts ........
Mrs. Claude Har-

4 10 20 J. A. Willims...

4 10 20 LoM 8. Stephea
4 10 20 Hull m Cmmlt

4 10 20 Unknown ......

4 10 20 rank Harper ...

4 0 20 Heirs of R. H.
81mpeoe ......
4 10 20

4 10 20 Mrs. allie Will-
lam. ..........
4 10 20 Wm. Canty .....

3 71










Ilo4 4s'. lPorter a Addition S I'

North pa.irt I' 1. R 1. 21', ft E and
W t ,'Io ft. N. and S ; -. Adl.
dititon .............. .........
Sal. It I. R 1. E t of N%% I. 3.
II. 1. (ki* Addition .... ....
Il)t 4. It. 1. R. 4. Go( a Adtfi.on .....
W's ItI R t6. (wos A.tllitioni to
(U ln.ii Ill. .... .
I 2. It. 2. GOw Addition
v's II. 2. R. I (Go,,, Addition ....
2*MI ft off of N. enId Lot ';. (;o.s AtA'-
(Iid Addition .......... ........
Lot I.' ft h, 210 ft. Lo 1'2 Gios Stc-
ond Addition ............. ......
Lot 33.. Vlitch Additioa ............
Lot 1f and Iart Lots 2. 3. 4 and .,
17 and 18. Veltch Addition ........
One lot 20 ft. square, bounded E. by
Ida E. llurnett. Se. by Stephens. al-
so commencin 411 ft. W. of Se.
corner Iarnett's lot and run along
Burnett's line 209 ft., thence 8. 41
aegrees. E. 209 ft.. N. 48 degrees.
I. 209 ft.; also comaancin where
Sec. line crosse Sweetwater
branch, rn S. 330 ft., N. 41 degree.,
W. 403 ft., thence a l branch to
be nning ............ ...........
Part B% of Nw% of Ne% sad W%
of Nw% of N~% ...............

Lots 1. 7. 9. 10, t2. 23. 5., It B. "R,"'
W% B. 5, Brown's Additlon to
GOsnesvllle ......................
10 acres bounded N. by S. A. L R..
E. by Edwards', t Nw, corner....
Commence at No. oarmer N. Grove
and W. Colubia streets, rma
11t% ft., S ft.. W. 115% ft.. N.
6" ft. to begslal. B. 34. Brash's
Addition ......... ...............


* I", 2 ) Frank McKrit.
Inger ..........
9 1, 2.8

9 1) 20 Lucy rown ....

9 I' 2" 1. T. :rrickson.
9 1) 20 Charlotte Cro.hyy

9 11, 20, IDlla Jitohniis
9 l', 24 T. \'. lorter.....
9 11, 2, Mlnerva TiTby

9 10 20 James Polite .

Richard Little...
P. J. Johnsoa ....



.a; 1

2 17


9 10 20 L.P. Lars .... 10.3

9 10 20

91' 2


Celia Stepeans...
Elswhorth Trust
Company .....

John L Cbeaer.

J. M. TAurr ...





I 10 Weste Player .. 10.47




4 10 20

W. K. Bartleson. 15.45

1'aknor.n ...
J. J. Ilarr ......

4 lt' 1 J3 F Bartleaeoi

11 2-1 ''Utikaaa'.

Inkllown ...
Mr. Anna K.
Gerald .. ....

4 1 ', '2, Unknown .......

4 1, 24) Sarah Anderson .

4 10 20 U'nlty H,,ton ...

4 lo, 20 Rosa E Shivery.

4 1o 20 Mrs .1 I.. Brown

4 I 2, .Ia- [k ig .

4 lo i Win. ChebtUut

4 Il" 2"' II,.Ir of VW

., l 2, I akn., i

5 le l .'" Frank ('1 irk

Ihillis 'a11luaea
A M :Eid*I

.' I- -' Mr, I 'ins A'..

V 1, t llaI IA1
-. I' I 2 '' tik tJA 11

fi 1'r%'' l June-a
I I' uL ar,. A t %1r-( 'e
V I I' Ijta tite-l i

S 2" K~..' Muri'by
I 1" ='I A-tit( Jenkin
lop L," 1 G'm(.d Inuutlk-ne'
, 1'I 2'I I ~I )Krana
jIt cr


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2.6 1

3 17


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14 2'

2 1.

11 43
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Ont of e ma vlab .... ,' t -eperA n vwnle"e"ea oft" a
tf umr erv A e, t ear bsrlb sIers M eeMwat m i am a I eln a&leip

tia wuh re mata le ltmWg dldmee nat2ue

aselated ell Telephene espeales. pheas e smpen le Is I t pseefale togo to
We owe thesams to fmleso of "a at S Telephone alnesaywho
distance lies In the seveO States in ask for "Lona Dslteanea d be pu toI
whish we pelrate ad l a ddltie at n a mm A---gleate with aime- oa m p
connect any telephone in our system In the entry.
with liMe exteding to any other city This vast nMtwork atf wes rmad
in which a Bell Telephone eytem tI lag through the untti t a ood
eprated. daily in emmereO and for eai pop
These long disa e,,t *e are of the pee by the baker, the farmer ai
most modern and Improve eestre citiene In all walks of life Md -
tion and are maintained at a ih plnt here s as Important link in Mi.
otate of emfflency. Thek ell systems, great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Companv

Efidsh Uwiu. barnuM, bim

G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Croceries

Gralq, Gardeq Seed qd PFerllietr

Highest market prise paid for Chlslk a e, s and e- Predue

A Complete to I of Hay. CorM Oat. nar Bl. S s e l CottaR
W Meal "A Ry. *aOdle omly the Vwy t 00goods
as lowd F wk MA seamee ofi ~ftlm s asys


O4.e~?,1thmt.-1 frwaii I ia.e, Six 8

sake La ti. (;abeosW baa. a awe
p b &la Is a= sate &ad bLaW.
j mtke ird. ISA
b U W IENUKS flerk firv- ilt Comrt,
u L CVL'e L CV
Aa 11ue '.) of uegIa
lb.'al, b N WII.UK.%a Clork (Iraoli' (..adro
I\A AK HAIILE We4AS'wr tin Cuasawesa

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4, C 1 r er c&6wo r;;xCW ergo repa

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Iiiel,'r a ind h1> lIrt11o of diver, and
isunllri r *- Cir ult Court fur th ith h Judlrial
('Inrut of Florida. I, *aiIl for AlacbuA
countll. Fotrida. ,i the t*th day of
MlaY. A IA 1 !', uponi Judgment in ith' follow in rauiscf,q to
It : A certrAin au' v herei, I.
Mohr & &on- arc plrfntiffs and M.
it. l)IalP I" dfelindnit a.lo a certain
c';lu. ht In it It ( Sti.a ll H i1 luiaiti
andd M. II. II ln.l I i. delfndaut: alM.
in a certain cause. herin I. %hllhr
& mSon arc. j!'ailtiffr and %M. It Iavlp
I defelndant. I. I' (I RamUsw. as
Sheriff of Alacbu.A county. lrorkid
have levied upon and will wsll be
fore the court house door. In Galaes-
vlle. Alacbua county. Forida. on the
t h day of July. A. D. 190. all th
following descri:ad personal pvop-
erty. toait:
All that stock of dry good. rottoos
and groceries. toilet 1 r witla strv
I xtures sad all other persemi p
erty now the store heroftm r
ep ed by M. B. DaKi, at agueL
loria, together i with f sad -
ltr the riss, title loret o
the s M B. Daitla to a to th
@am goads, e batsb Pereml
Said mp ty lwtoa M a the
property of the dIfadt. MU. L
Davtls aM to be M to heats Mfr
-tless sad ems
The Mnbo dsale UW O e .d at M.
B. Datv store at Ham loriMtR, e-
ted of a t GOIae-n lev e-W Of
the coat beto Very 4 me M 8
gremt relative expense r

S11heorif SC Aehm 0 9NO, Fh111f.
J. M. RIVinS,
Plate111 Aa1Me My i

MYrrnrt SAML

Ntcs Is hreb M gives tad
sad by irtu to af al a d irf
May St. 196I. reMad ed do the
of the Circit Osnst at Almebws m
ty l. loria, a a certat i--- ma e
IT T. Ellis. Jr., at empate- asb
a1na Shepard aad AMee Mte
am defendal the t-dI=
Spefielal Master will s. between t2
legal hours of aCle, MNedr.y Ju
5th, 19. before th~e coet hse
door at Galaesvllle. Fiern, at pu-
He out-ry. to the highest ad e1t
bidder for ersl. the folowla desca
ed land. towit:
Belnl In Alachua coauty., PNlr.
and farther described as commMeMTg
at Hooke's corner of T. C. Steovu
line. btinl the Northwest comes .
Hooke's land. noaling thece ?Nart
2)1, fet*(. thence Eat 420 feet. tlhenw
South .211 ffct. thence West 420 f(e
to the point of beginning--the sam
btin inthe RSoth' -t r* r gEWC N
of &outhwcet quarter (t' a. f IAp
tion Thirty-four (34). Township IW-
en (7). South, of Range Sevmentee
(171 East. The sam to hbe olfd ag = e
property of Jald 8a iSheppard2 t
satisfy taid decree and ea c.
J. M RIVERS. Special Mai'r
Iollctors for ComplaWat

las ae tlett cCar. S etob Jtelet 5leal
otI ntas rH. 5il n w-w D eyao.

li yslylse bhi aldal' i Waaea 1 dst MB
lela b ~d aese ated ai ts ****
TrMe. ,e dsefedat Utlr -r-e e I e
ao.Irm s of lhe Sate of rintlI hbt S
rousont or Wrote..i the O as ao
Osero ad that t reI to IS pw e s
nO~ a lor rM a wrie o a me
1 wouS t bied Meae endeato.
Soer its@ ae of wes*gae-s es.w
It tB lbhref-re .'rdered rthat atre ,rgiitesR
doreLeass be md Ahr Is brr lr rrlrtd I:.
sIerarr l lb. M of esur on or before Meudap. the sHi da.
of J,. A. D otlbr e s ke salhle
by sad dre'wmlI.
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40ofde pm"met wee. lie ates
So ad Itety-le appilatr o s

sift f-* bow INpassi Ntdeo aes-
-and Sl oee aMe beard.
L. L Wae, the soatlemaaly
Sllmm s eprmaatuve of the Salgr
1IanIg Melue Cumpay. with head-
4u isa iJskmautal. ha been toi
Soe dly a betrtir-s f-r the f. w
ua Mr. Weba be htts of freads
boo whea always glad to am him.
meterMed et Jaobm vTwe eutreday.

Phifer Brow.

Tey an heavily insulated
and a splendid ice-savers.
Solid oak ea woven wire
shelves, heavily coated with
block tin. The hardware
Is of the heaviest, made of
br and fill nickel plated.
omraoteed to give stidac-
tion. Call and see them.


v paa hp MtarcV today for
q T W ats. Saley & Co's. Spot

Mrs. T. a.B. m er.. left yeel-
AW for a dbam Vit to her daughter.
Ms C. A. MarksO at Waldo. *
Nra. i C. C ttC y at Mceampy i
I theM eity vidilag her daughter, Mrs.
J. I. Hill. a Wert berty atret.
I t free duft tor the perform
a- aft e -re gseme s s r rteil Can
Se at md a dft o'a or at boa Ea.d
M n Lla a Slgiret of Waldo, wbo
has bees vi a la relative ere for
tIe pat two dayi retired to ber

S "6me 1 l toe Tohi"--4U eem1
*a- Ia day.

Severed wth Wu e Ribbua vaiflia ex-
treet is euy." speeffy Use Rib
baa vaala. and give yew deserts
Se perfect aver.
9L P. ebardsa a farmer Galaesvlle
bar, but who Is aew hMldg a to-
eMstive pos tio a B ham. ha
arrived t the city on a short vit
to hia mother and sister.
Relylng upon our merits we aelther
beg fr usiess aor do we force pI-
pie to top at oar hoase, but we take
th very best of care of all voluntary
comers. The Brown House.
E. D. Kyle.. assstant geuer.l freight
agent for the Seaboard, arrived In
the city yesterday uo a short businelu
virit with Agent W. M. Hullard. He
departed on the night train for Ocala
Remember the mo(xal to be given at
the bome of Mr and Mrs. J. R
Emerson. West Mlaconic -treet. t~l-
(Friday) evening under the a : t- -
of the B. Y. P. '. of the First IHaliht
c. ur.!: -:.. : '..' ;. "! '
csts, aUd refreshments will be se-r
ed free durtag the evening. The
pureeds will o to State missions.
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f Our Latet Arrivals





Wka is and ofa ytbha ia Mer liU oCw al

Crawford A Davis

nibir, We Give Vete for the R a and


Piano Couttst


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tere. )kt-apdawe-s s S. Merchant aud
ii IIf %. fie :, l t.' l-t.-n i
fe-c lcit.eLLth for it A w-,zit, r of *carr-
A adi&IP-old f i tid %ill r.'Srs- i t
ieviaimR t at ft.he i nou ;Aituc-i t 'iftli
hiid lfit II- 011 1 rciu I r- r iti
i ti Al1&4h cA(, u. I 'f S Itctaferd...cai
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sod by W. M. Johaso



Premlsesw SergsIm.
or the lat Ire or six mouth* my
buslnes has bees steadily lacreaslng.
for which I ai truly thankful to the
generous public and my old-time
customers. By this manner you have
enabled the Banana House to not only
nlcrease their stock,. but *ell you at
a close margin and make further IT
provements to accommodate your
trade. We are now handling fruits on
ee and ea re-re you with cold
amlos and Iced fruits at all times.
with free delivery
Today we will receive Ioo errtes of
peaehes which we will sell Friday and
Saturday at 25 cents the basket;
melons. Iee cold. 10 and 1. cents:
lemons 15 cents dosen; plneapple,. .
ceets each: bananas 15 cents dosen;
grape 20 cents pound; Callfornal
cherries. 40 cents pound-orages.
apple and other fruits In proportion
Beautiful fruit. ae display and low
ptoees to all aso )oin the merry bunch
at Nie Fraiseco's Banana Houoe.
Phaae 223.

We are giving a free sow at the
opera home tonight. Let everybody
go. for you are welcome. N. Fran
Mrs. Jame Morrow. wife of Mr.
Morrow of the Hyde Company, re-
turned last aight from a short visla
to Jacksomvlle.
We have lead the moving picture
nlachlne for taoight at the oipra
house. Go and see the show; it it
our tieat. N. Fraacisco.
Mis6es Florence Davls and Ruby
Hartsfeld of Albany. Ga.. two at.
tractive young ladies of that city.
are visitln Mrs. W. H. Davis.
Be prepared for the ball game MIon
day by securing one cf te "Show
ian the ay to Play Hall" ribbons
now on sale at Miller & Vidal's.
G. P. Shawl of Alachae was In the
city yesterday. He was en route to
Cedar Key. where he will spend the-
next week or ten days for rest and
.' t t.-a on.
J. W. Wideman of DeLand is
naRag the tisitors to the city. This
is his at visit here an the past
several weeks and his numerous ac-
qpulataes. are pleaad to welcome
Dr. L Coels, who has bees on
a sort visit t frends at It. White.
wa hre yesterday ea route to his
beis at t. Petersbur. He Is a
brother of Dr. J. H. Colson of third
B. T. Arnow. the g n!al marshal.
will eave today with his wife for
a visit of some time at Brunswick.
Ga. Mrs. Arnow will remain for the
next several weeks, while the Mar
shal will return to the cit) in about
a week. During his atbence W'. G
Richardson will look after his dultde
., the street-t.
A ispleadd literary and musical
program has been arranged for the
social to be held at the home of Mir
and Mrs. Emersou b) the H. Y. i
I'. tonight from h to l, o'ch k. The<
small sum of ten cents will bet re.
celled at the door, and rcvfreshmetnt-
erved free. The Iroceeds will b1
iase4d I1. lte ltait*-e 4 LI stattc ll1-

J. U. ledge. iformentil. agent of thl
alnge-r 8-ewlng Mzachiane Co. at lItk,-
u,.., 1. Ls., ..+ L 1> ..l.<.. ....
assuUlIIKn charge of the- couispatli 'i
business here. Mr. Lkedge hab he-en
continuously in the employ of thel
Singer Company for over thirty
)eara, and is a gentleman of aue ad
dress as well as exceptional business
qualincatlorn. He i bheartil we-l
touted to Gaite. 111.
Sam ik-hardun. ooe of the old
rea'Idenutj of Alacibu count), but
who haa bten resldiul at Orals for
tteealal )year. is the guest of his sla-


5 "b ft LW
l imertema. Wto ao advertise
MNt taeM for les. taU sa o ast
words make a li U ; ao fractUal laes
oery word over each six coas tIag a
an a-dMt al Ur. CAS4 la advaee
sat aeeompany all orders or leer
Utm s t tl.s column:

!X)ST-FlIe yards light blue taffeta
ailk ribbon. Ph.lse las me at tla
nas.~-e tore.

WANTED Two or three energetic
salesmen and collectors. Address
.1. G. k-dge. llox 1T7. Gainesvlle.
Give references.
WANTED-Respectable white woman
to do cooking and general house
work; must be neat, clean and a
Noa 1 cook. Wages satisfactory
Give reference. Address Mrs. H.
Maddox. Archer. Fla.

FOR RENT-LoU er floor of real.
dence. Suitable for housekeeping.
Apply Western Union office.
FOR RENT-One six-room aud two
ve room cottages In South Gaines
ville. Apply to Coffin Factory office
FOR RENT-New 6-room cottage, all
modern conveniences: 206 E. Court
street. Apply 8. A. Lrdlbetter. Jes.
se French Piano Store.
FOR RENT-- ive-room cottage oa
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and al
modern conveniences. Apply at thh
,,sy. .

'FOR SALE- typewriter ribbons, both
copy and record. 75 cents each
sun omce.
rOR SALE-New six room two-rtor>
house althin two blocks of square
Apply 407 W. Masonic street.
waY'T-M*e MPL p
WANTED Men to Iearn barber trad.
few awtkM required; b at eayinig
v.ork within the reach rf poor man.
can have shop wth etmall capital
%ages from $12 Ito $.'0 eekly; son
derful demand for barbers. Cata
zu, called free bloler ltarber
College. Atlanta (;a

hood. Batisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded; 50c per bottle



The read. Pie and Cake you
at tsould be nutrittous. The
esat Sour. mixed with pure
rteh milk and baked aI the
"purity fashion make our
goods the most delicious It s
possible to produce.


Phon tm.

R. T. Schafer. PF4p6


Fancy Horses and

Heavy Draught



Davis &

O*' liver


First National Bank

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-- IRiEt' IRS*--
Dr. M. H. Ik-Pa-, T. W. W.hanl,. John F. Jackmon, (;. Henry DIavi, William
R. fMerkert. Holert D. Crawfonr, Janwe M..tllin, Chartw A. Faireltl.


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Surpltii, j4*,4i,(NWJo.o()

sfR SALU -Two comase. ao out
lSarnevfl; term a y at reaso-
ableo atret i amble to pay al
eik. Apply at Sm odoe.
FOR SALE-Corr lot IWlt26 feet
f Wst Maim t. mL rth and Bour-
dary t., at to Jeff Kendr:.k.
Will ll at a barga d and on e.y
terms. Apply at Sun otice.

By hav-intg your uhm-, rlwiremIrl ty. M l.
KiS CIoii.N, tli crest Lorndn l on e-
.Maki-r. Wili ,w X>i in tinut. P,
Slii! on )o sit- fri ,f ClC rge if ie1 t -at-
it'actoty. o'av .'ce.
Shop nest door to EbI 'iutb. W Ue.ty SI

Miss N. lorti.n

lodti Boots, Statwiro )
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