The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


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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 ( Place of Publication )


General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday



TALLAHASSEE, April 22, 4:30 p. m.--Special-After a session Inating four and a half hours, the Senate this afternoon pawed the Coari i-smal
Amendment prohibiting the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors in the State of Florida by a vote of 24 to 7 as follows: Yeas-PrmdeMt Hadl
son, Adkini, Baker of Twentieth, Baker of Twenty-ninth, Broome, Crill, Cone, Cottrell, Davis, Dayton, Flori ny, Oirardeau, Hau-ph-ria, JMa-
son, Leggett, Massey, McCreary, McLeod, McMullen, Milpr, Sloan, West. Williams, Withers. Naye-Beard, Buokman, Hari, Haeaduso, Bl
Scams, Zimn; Cook not voting. Senator Buckman against and Senators McMullen and Broome for were the principal speak on on pedl Mu ed
the question. The Senate Chamber was crowded during the session, most of the spectators being ladies, and the tempereo people ib t& -o
resound with shouts and songs when the vote was announced. The measure now goes to the House, where a determined fht will be -mo il"
n liil] I II

mesat what the record discloses is
srlesent to estal. the above state-

termiation of his coa etion with toe
board be was paid or salary $10,.

Eixr nRt l irlvtt c- In addition be s pldmer k" "' --- re
oas an agent for the same lad towit
.3 Ie the swamp and overlowed lands, and
co- t 60Vo. MSutt WdEE. for expenses. stemarapber, etc.. m
Amount sufficlent to swell the grand
total to $22.000. and then he graeloew
TALLAHASSEE. Aprtr 22.-In one was an part as follows: ty resigned and took employment er- TALLAJHAa5B ANrl --l
of the most eloquent and forceful ad- "No one can read the whole record der one of the Inteadims purchasers. -The State-widev problltle am
dresses ever heard by the Lower and -eape the cooclusto that reck- "By what hypnotic power the 11l. meant which passed tMe Semfa Te .i
House of the Florida Legislature. l to the people's tlterestso, o ms ortation was able to so ln-da afternoon to u-- t
Judge Syd L Carter. representative the sheer favort- ce the trustees is one of the m ys- s aeo war t ee
trom Alachua county, told of the acts telm Oic attorney for the trs- series surrounding this trust fund that Hoe walv t e
and doings of the Trustees of the tees f a the past two year. Empley- I have been able to fathom. teruooU at 3:W o'leek by a veot at
Internal Improvement Fund since Its ed on a salary of $6&.M a year. he "The conduct of the trustees and U to 1. kRpru. mtative Cartr ad
inception by an act of the Legislature books loatgngly at the I. I. cake and their favored cousel Is simply Isl- Doke of Alachua- *taog r Its pm
in 188s. as given in a veoluitous re- the trustees hand him out another cusable, and no amount of sophistry
port, embracing a large amount of $5.000 slice nl the shape of agent's cm hde Its glaring Imppraiety."
testimony as well as documentary e i- commission, and as there is stlll ome T i report of the eomIaleso was The Hoae ws a esMtiuon au
dence, made recently by the special cake left la the trustees' pantry the eomtUaued a a special order for 3 p. -IO aR the measure Er v mi a
commlbalon elected for the purpose by t utstees hand him out other gener a. Monday. half hours. and the Igh was probably
the Legislature of 1907, of which he ou slices labeled 'steeographer.'. A usy M ay. the most pmetaular t to hitdoMry at
Is chairman. Several times during typewriter.' etc.. until the whole for A large member of new Mils were the body, ashor- h It.has bL app
his address the speaker wa interrupt two ears amounts to $27.000. Well introduced Wednesday. some of which ut for some time that th "dry"
ed by applause. did this son of a horse leech know went to third readag. under waiver had the advantage. Ile atln were
It is to be deduced from Judge that there is oftimes more blood in fr rules, and were passed. from several etm aad towas,
Carter's remarks that the commission the body than mantles in the cheek Of State-wide interest was a rues- a worklan lor the Ille -pasg
las found that the trust was coupled and that then iA oftimes n fu e lt lutioni introduced by Mr. Chase of Do- hlle others were equally as seate
v lth the obligation to drain and re- quibites in a position than is re irt. ali county, and adopted. urgtag the In an effort to defeat it. Huldred o
claim the lands. That the land grant- vented by the salary. 'Forida represeatatihes in Congrels la." i- re re easet and were grat
ed to the railroad companies was only 'ut feuding that the cake was to use all honorable means to pur- workers In support of the measuar
1' rs relduary Interest therein: that at dwindling to Insigniflcant proportion .uade. the i'resident not to appoint any As the House did not adjourn at the I
S.c.ern 4imes during the exiltence- of and a that the new keeelrs of the negroes to federal positions in the ooon hour. the ladies served and-I
t:.( trust there was w asteful nii.minn- Iaiitr. would trr ih-y thke. he -gel.,-r State, and to begin the good work of wietes. coffeee and lemonade to me -
StMuwent; that many of th acts. both ,,oul) tellK tlh- tru.-t,-e tt. thai te ue-apitating the head of the Internal t erI In the rapiltol.
It. the early and later admilnis.trationl pa, u. l.1\:., giii i t,t tll. u.3 ve:nu.- department in Florida and The I': .eaag of the bill precipitated
v **re- inexcusable, and that the impro- .rilri .nme*-Inm c-lIr in the rfild and. .api(ointins as a successor a good white :'re At denmnatration. the temper-ace
:ient exel,.nditure of the trust fund, *Ik. t i.- -le-hbrateld soldier of flotuune. iran. T. T n.trLJdu(ion of the re-slu- tdv atl-eb iir.gilu and sbhoutla oa all
tinder the guis- of paynients for legal Sir ilugald I alK.ll. he- eillists under tion was followed by a round of un- Ides.
. .-i('e-to to avoretl ttornio.' are d, te liti. ienuiir of til' ipurclihasa H;vitin. -tired applause and within the
P., rving of the- higlht-t c.emiur,.- iilk i.-the l-trust- The report on its frace- hhtos. that the tolle ormpany that ha.; just lme n .ff.-ted. from the victory in the Senate the
:. research was ai llrxh-tie oe.- freshted. Some )pnotic iuflue-n An i:i:lprt.hi fe-atur of the day' prohibition forces carried their A ht
Ti'-r.- was oue diff|ere.n,- 0f opinion i.enabled this Illinois importation to .,,%on of both bouoMi *as the Joint into the House at 3 p. m. Thursday.
( tihe nit-n>lwra, of thei corniali sion faste-n upon the I. 1. teat and no tisa"t-nlilage of the Hlouse and enate The great chamber wasa 1 d with
This Ma w heni the re-ached that por anioulst of thunder could make him at high noon to elect jointly a I'nited leglaltors and pettor, at st
tson of tht re-port that de-als with thine turn loose until there was a change of Stater Senator. half of whom were wome.-
legal contention of the. trustee gen- ,dnrnmilsration PTrsuant to a resolution offered on The "s-emb'Lge seemed elai dee
eral counsel. Former Governor Jen- "The recent transaction between the the preceding day. the Houe elected n an atmosphere of excltemont and
uings. trustees and their salaried counsel ive committee clerks to take the *exectancy, which was aomentarily
oflae ofte netna Wby theshpu of the-
Judge Carter differed as to the law does not meet with the approve) of place of the alaetes prevouly brokn by the s p sot enads o th -
and fled a dissenUng opinion on that this commission. We do not wish to pointed. vrel comlg Lto coatact eaat
point. make any rash comments, but merely Mr. MacWIlliams of St. Jobhns o roul the Spelker's stand.
Judge Carter's Addream. tate that considered from every poe inated ien. P. Cone. who bha beeu Cool ad lIberatd e the Seaker
Judge Carter's address to the House sible point of view it is wholly aid Ailang the position of clerk to t uhe aJt r ndnt o r lnM tho i
4111- diciary committee H. Nomlatneme seet rarto e to o
onded by a half dosen that the atous was to seesem. A
The House proceeded to bal. re- de..thl- k-em pervaded the ch-
Tsuting In the electim of Iaa-n he. br. Attention was eagerly strained
IVIIUs (lm .:ney. Mrs. Poole Miss Mathis to catch tlt. netu move. This came
and Mr BSmith when the clerkl rose to call the roll.
cMuoltl a by Mr MacWiliams of St. loll call showed a quorum present
Johns that all re-ords save the stat- Moton was then made by Mr. Hi-
J stu tl M I Ift PI et thlIat ".the following clerks were burn of Putnam that the House ad-
eleted" be expunged from the Joar- ourn until 10 a. u.. Friday. Mutlo
ial (Carried plre-ailed
I'l.\1Fl.A\1. ). Ai l -1 I'rub ...- .ai- deotralllzed traffic upln the The Senate. n"rint llegina.
abl) four dJ. ath lit, ccres of ip*. i.'-u t*. at *i #1#ttri(c railw>)r ().p|mieltlioi was brought to bear up- T le HMa-sker the-n announced that
II) ti e l l I t llillll i t (i tiea-: l1 ,f I, 1 l lh lm l tw iin c sideirabl ,,11 tII M% .%lulll-u bill re-l u. ing i ur I (te cirustaftlu onal anuris dmenti con
'.lila ,.%i. .th l inbe Tl. I w ll-ll, .i .<" re- nIs ialael-t organized n I iorida ina ilt.-- would ou-it- to order.
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U~. in~a -Cbsr~os Wa.-*iLiaoewve4 .Por a-.r4or,
70___-2 Tum Hart.. for ama augtter ad Lx
1 in wrb adbC r n~- X hf:

ad bd-. Harnegos.. ebm ui4 adu
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Es~srml b tbevl PUBLIC lthe ET ruedy for
cmAm. CmIV th s d WgsPUBICi-&M$CAMOK libwnm
* oa1ka to~e h~J. The hct ano DtBanlrd-*Horem
hbwdSy ir sMmlYJ Ignft as adto itntsrswe
adults 88 of w~,ag of tprgammt sad coarrtutiomr
had ?hb ImrhIkTcrbrr
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dany Cottages an Course of Erecton.
Springs Free to Sunday School
Picnic Parties.

WORTiINT;rON SI'I1\l;S Aptil
:23--The miiaiiiir -;c-i, Hill ,.p : i upi
Here with a bli daniici at llthI. i a pa
llion on Thursdasy *\'%ining. April
24th. E\erylK~ty is iLnite-d to atti!'nd
Mr. Lamb has ltwo-,i at work for thrt-e
months on the slrings anid surround-
Inlgs and now hias onet of the nio'(t
attr;atl\-e and Itwautiful i'lace's In
Florida. This i-lac il known to, com-
Awaratively few but Mr. Lamnb is \-ry
energetic and ano doubt it will s~won
be better known.
Jas. M. Grahamn of Galnes- ll1. is
erecting a sumnimr cottage hi ri .
which 1 ill oonl lbe1 conmplsted and 'c-
Mr. Ilowles and son of St. Pe',ters-
burg have a contract to .rectt a hand-
sonmc residence here for lIr. W. F
II. M. ivrenr'-tt is building a cottage,
for 4uinim'er occupancy for himself
aud fanill).

Gainesville Pleple Know Now
to Save it.
NMan?. (G:ii l illI* I tl"i o"- t;4. th ir
1, l thle ir h:iil- 1'. il ci: ; t'ii tl i .
kidnl,.is h*e i tl: \ kinow the'-,' rt.ani-
t '*i hi'El i] k k i ki ti lt are r .- i l-
II' l. 'r 3 \.i-' int,'"iu.t f 'ifft-. ri i .
til l.aIt it. hlNt the re- I% lis no ie.d t
iff i iit i I, r, ia li.ll ll .tl ,r % ht i .i
all ll- a-. atu n h L an'd i 'i.' :..
to u uak kiAii,.s can c ea I qikikl amld
l'rTiai nltiti. curirod by tfhl i-*. of
Itkmn'aK Kidney Pilli. nrhre Is a (;Giin,,
I\ 1il c ti -tzen' re tuntiilnd atl "nll
Mrs i I Walters. l1% N. Oak are-
,u,.Gi (;alti-\ ilhl il ? s '-r- tdisoldetdre-d for itonl' tinmI
ald I could find nothing thalt would
reli'ev. ne. I tsff'reTd greattl. froin
hI.iadacht's and san oftin so dizzi that
I could not stand. Seilng Ik In's
Kidt-v PI'lls advertlsed. I procured
a. box and began their use'. They art-
ed quickly and It waI not long Iemfore
I re(t4'led relief. I hae no he'lsta-
Ition In giving loan's Kidneny Pills
niy endorsement."
SFor sale by all dealers. Price 50
iceits. Frorter-Milburn Co.. Ituffalo.
SNew York. sole agents for the United
Re'memher the name-Doan's-and
take no other.


'Only a Small List of Papers Were

Mnr.. lainl> will be as. it.-l li r.i" on Tue y. ltiihini.a men get together and make
chaperoning on their ee,.ning of the- Oily a snall number of ialters -,cie fITort to secure this service at
25th. by Mesdanies J. SM. Wolfenden were fled for record on Tuesday corn clonce. It would prove a paying propo-
and II. M. Leverett. also by several ipred to the business done during -ition for tIli- road and at the same
friends from Gainesville. The dancers ,Lhe last few weeks In the realty line, iinie hilp, G.olul.-%ille in a business
aill have a nicely idllshed and waxed but ianuy sales of ilnportance ar( now wa y.
Ifoor for the occasion. bhrewing which it is thought awll tIb
Mr. Bruce Warren is building a nice closed within the next few days. JONESVILLI NOTES.
residence. I.'-,io. it.,~ is the lilt as taken from I
Rev. G. W. Miller preached a very th' deed books In the clerk's office: JONESVILLK. April 21-.-J. W. Ham-
able sermon on Character-building N. R. Carter. Jr.. to Stringfellow & ilton swent to G(aln.'tillt- one day last
Sunday to a small but appreciative Oliler; J. A. Williams and wife tr week.
audience. The services were held in TI. R. Hunt; 8. F. Jackson and W. !L. Mr. and Mrs. I.. t. Smith and chil-
the hotel lobby. Services have beI)n J-ackaon to Richard Simpson; Colson dren visited Mrs. Hamilton Sr'day.
held here once a month for the past & Hodges to W. M. Johnson; Colson R. P. Miller. Jr.. who has been sick
few months but will in future be & Hodges to W. R. Thomas; I. C. for several days. is better to the de-
held at the pavili-!, until the church t'hastalu and wife to George White light of his friends.
Ia erected. W. L. Hill and wife to Alxie Floyd; Misses Stella and Irene Miller via-
Quite oa crowd from neighboring Jal'l Elliott to Irwin Ayer; Georg,. Cited Mises Liulie and Cena Hamilton
towns came over last Sunday for a! White to G. W. McCall; P. J. Johnson A afternoon.
days recreation and to e.ijo:. the, hath- to C. A. Colclough; Annie Wimberly Our Sunday school has been rleep-
Ing. but were disapplointed atout the. to 8. H. Wienges; J. L Wolfenden to ing since the church burned. but we
bathing, as the cement pools were C. J. Grace; Mrs. M. R. Colson to O. want to try and awaken It on next
not sufficiently hardened to turn the !'- ailhnders. Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Let
'water on. Water will lwe turned Into us all try to meet at the new Jones-
the ne-w pool Thur.-dal. the ndlil. Eminent Autheitiea Say vlle school house. our literature was
for the first time. Ttat out-door exercise is needed by burned, so we will have to order more.
.M~s.-r.. Howe' and Joires. coitrractors the. American people. That's all very
of -ake Ilutle.r. will lconiplelth a ',ell. but how can people with rheuma- Delightful Birthday Party.
(' n:e for J. It Iatrit k t .%la) I;th. tl!a i follow that advice? The- an.-wer Little Miss Myrtle Mclonald en.
or. iLaw.aonlof Huhira.. (;.. I.- i..nd- is very simple- use Ballard's 8aow tertained in honor of her eighth birth
1I : somnie tinI ll're ftor hi hI.1lth. Liniment and the rheumatism will go, ida at the' home of he'r iprenits. Mr.
I is a neliphle of .1,lli S. ln quick and permanent relief from cLurth. \\tdledda) afterooun from 4
lr. Middleton brought hib family rhoumnatliim. neuralgia, lame back. to, c ,,l,,i k
r for a few da.l a- wi *i- k. hI. Sold ,iy M. Johnson. Albout tse'nt. fit.e of little .M.lrtle'
S i guest- at i!.! tl : friends Wcre pre..ent and the after
;.corg,. IHoul- o( Ja Ccl('or- lttel- of jo.kel.l. ilee h:: "r :i non wa'. passe d In a mlost enjoyable
'tJon." d ,ili ft.riil.-r. "**'ve given uainnimr,. as only little. olnei can. Her
.\. il Udl..e. hoh, hai- l. n i .radl.ii ro, the LC I, t tdu.:.!i, n U !... iha4 little. fri.-nd., showi'ertd her with
r.,id! for- ith. A (' 1.. ha> o i. In tIhe s.,," Iwautiful presents.
to South ('Carolina to ai(-pt( aiotiler l At 5 o'clock. led by the hoole'es. the
r;t: ;il tntri(t ti lea\.- .Mr "N .e r ,1t d I tok fer e~ 'pe sc' ., .
ra iu.. i i trh I : it.Xlr ir .."Ne elr ck etle on*t .marched .lto th-- large iand
r.-ti li ;;i e lt-ti .e *N c r n 0
r i K \ .. l,.i ll. ,, i,. i ;. l 1, l **Y' l- k six l a unu ges le p l. d agi riro -.... ,'., th.-y w e.r
.r -- a ta fectly." Nu-rield ailth str.\\ Io, rr. t n .ari a: d
""*o fur. so eooda. Now. IItllt. Fon't la.dy fingers M- Iti f Nlcklhnald
I t l.l ilb I,1ft towlLi lfor J:;ck ion^-t
n.'ar lit thel, mule in ;GreeL. J)in't and ola,.ter Majolr Ikauthlitr,-y -erired
Sia. -l..i.i Io got, lodr it di or d o t uolo E, ti ti erm;s to hiMi. ii" fling it.. r. frea.lrhia .tai Af.. r i.idulgling Inl
(tl I,i- 11 -- ai,. 'rteuib lil way. U'se the ;eorgy ;al,,rolriprat,. u.ti. m ii0,il ; o -llN- k- ti..-
,itli-. lia l.e.- h o (f l:iailot. N hl dil: le t that you an' the IIltu e vU. ia
1 *, ha- he t.i n ttcie iii t ii E, hI il at rle.'dl to. It 's ny opinltoo that tie
. .. .. .. ... -..... .. ...** .. ...a ... ..6..I ....a.k liIttle- li. .hu ti-d iau.l i1. hliti. ll'turns olt

1.3a-. I. 151t I rr 14cr I rli- A tit-r. A A- iiit Is 4. 1''-pi s -v s t a lia r.Do 'Iige zoi~ uM
X at (fhlt I I .~:tainemss -Atali lla uou t itUtleul.
A Knocker
_______I'- atar 111 ~Lie e.atlit sa,( g(eI aul any
a man uh cm,'ru t so,#* scia ml it, ajjy
One-Quarter of a Pound a Week lwr'(n orMlle It m a hatil *4:11J-4-11
It'. a dai',ortl-re-d Ii'.. r If '. i M oue I I.Mat

I'i bi~i luv'v te~. I- re-at )optr li%
it 10) : IL a e ud tc au cut jor.- t -I. A tl

1l...l.ard ltic-;h i A sure' tire- feur
'f..A.1 ii -ltoi: t.".0*l ea di l'lij indie -tiii.
tri ii! 1a -ll Ii%4r. steulla L ail
lit -'44"to I rt of I11. II t..O. -0 I':'' Iecet-IL troubles gold by W M JMID

311d 'oit S4

Thoemands Are Dest-Iite

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For Constipation.
Mr L. II. Farnshaim, a prominent
Idriiggl t of Spirit Lake,. lowa. says
( halliiin tr 'ial Htornah i Uand IAU er
V.10,!. I- # .:,- ce rl:ilnl\ lthe. iH,,t thilll
(,Il ti .-' ll I fer 'c-ill-I-llriatoll (Give.
t,. .i'l., ~ trial ,imi are certain
fiI flil thi i agr, **.hl*, and plc'aaat
iit, ft 'ri e' c. lit' Ha ipl
fr.* Fo'r -.el,'- i all

The Revival Meetings.
from Saturday' a ally Sus:
Frir. pri' Dollar, lb .. ,
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The Ki mI& Yew s Have lwys De"t, sad wbkb b
to un Oteve80 ywi bw benw the e ugmatm at
~sand ha. bee =ade n=adem b0 w.
s~ew ~ed u"I m Mn" yt sb -
AU Ceuatcrf.U l mitadems md USmgd
Experlimetb that t.with muo"emmawoe'rv the ht a


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Would Greatiy Irprcve the Service
for Ail the Citizens Along
This Railvlay.

From Frida' s Daily Sun:
Thi rn i- a pliol.ihlltl thli.t tl.l i
\o. '4 ; of the- S~';itMuard. aliu hi i-
11(iw pstolp'ed hie a ill lo' rutn a-
as ll etl .'ll-o
If tle plromniote rs behindnd thl ipropol-
,ittiou are- ucc-es.-ful. It will ii ean a
ireat de-..l for th' citizens re-ldiung
along thi. as it %ill not onal?
afford t btt r traliellng facilities for
thnm but till gi e a double daily er\-
ice' from Ironson to Jacksou ill,-.
Parties rreiding ax far south as
trounson will be enabld to take break-
fast at home. come to Gainec illel and
spend a few hours trading and return
home In time for dinner with but lit-
4,* expense. The afternoon service
would also prove very advantageous
to them, as It would give them about
three hours to do their trading here.
While we have a board of trade.
very f-w of the members are, active.
indll Tne Sun would suggest that the



he Kind You Hare Alas Du

In UN For Ovr Years.


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. Your cumoweor in nleewme to Ld Thia. We 4rio i h ft
the autvanawa of tO w rIuso b e wesed b-rn a esrnaew Abrtrt a
Plant, sruch we haw. Our soimwd up tos DAT

The Alahua County Abstract Copai
B. R. C(LXO'(, Preidet. K. C. BOWR, Ahs.rhMi.

Your Opportunity!

Sav,. part of your income regularly and de-
jw-it yOutr Pnvipig ini tlii Ptrong lank-one
of tlti great tlnaiaial iltitutiotti of Florida.
Your money will Ie earniug 4 per cent inter.
e-t for you-working while you work, but
also while you ret.t. : : :


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We Have Two Ses off Nice Orlus Frw RMt r b Mi
NlMrtwes Cwarr of a rpm e.

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N9e to W en i" ppe's*'Wafts. Hsuwthem
so be 9ffl* V1.0 ustrti p y at. kauS...

11110 moo* w* win a O w WAV 8, 0wgb we yo pZY Aedla 10 the YIPG J-twl Gkorll. ain Clr
not boom C.Ierep A isa14 n obe MissKati P kin. Arrpdrindt

SoIs W -: fr Si at In d ncIe eah i&. oay, Mite Alce Strickland. W&aldn
~ ~ SLP.--~Mi.. Agu.' Z-troue. morh.-ls..
' ,a,'epbg "M 04 b re I*osesb-L* AbnpMI.. 3- MaY nfl Itailtk. Wal...
pww us W d mb a 4-0 uilom d#s"40.4* Mi" Le I)rna MrCrp-d i.'. )iranopyv
o p tMOO toreV. a w ~am &boo* Ayes H1 k o why W I y Ma U.Ella Jo!1. Orange Heights
gbdgit PW-D Cr S Li&eb fr. Td im. Miss Emma Entenza. Waldo....
oft M t-oa is Mirtk Hamuond. 1Hw.
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boo sme__b sailor. a um Fy ooth. anthe' north 0s1d0 Ofthe OWtrP Mis's EI'ena Staf Waldo....
a E 555 t5 sd the two plaa will be 1016"dW G" M isOst t lttlWIedai. Hawthorm
dh&v the .#oS stado's cil b. Miss Pauline Carlton. Micanopy
oWANO* VW ini GeAWainfesille Hardware ComanI and MIss L. Sanders. Hawthorn....
'dhe GHgeSIIS' e &eurniture Compant. Mi"s Martha Englitib. Tacoma..
I- j wwherk. tyey ran h see aand euzmnd Miss Raby Winter. Waldo.....
-togm sf RIM pm as theY a rrive.which will be MisMary Hall. Orange Heights
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011106ISO ON& bma AAW W111EM AT P88WV?. About imr orIllve wwg s'k. ntheY wil Wofem.&d M &U
u -~1I C -ause dr'rt frm 12 10fact ry.
__ ISO FollowLmg is the v, at 4 p. W gt, Mrs. H. Maddox. Arche.......
edGe a"wy eve:mks Eva Powell. Aachua.....
a t ~00w fAe e mg Mi"s AnaIe Klrkad. Alachua..
mom"am p s as domm-. Tool, e Kim JUe deso vam ............14.310 AND...................
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so-mo .a~ 1W Goot too ftys of Tesf the Mi" No WVa............M Kim Alms Holly. Arruiwdo..
BMsOwm_____losm U-__ ed stb C.,sim 3mbleftD1W ............. 1...66KUm JoewuilStealey. Hague...
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asomook ft -mmll'moo s pow &It knw-Kiss AIb sebalsr,........... LW Win ArnN4eDevIlle. Amudelado..
LAspasta K onta b unwt as i M @t o&............... .Kim A. Gr. Newbery.......
swatNWWWMa &eIt IoU MLUG B.r. Sm Km W .... MksClu Pickett .New berry..
am -Mull m s oom a*a atai gcwes Mi" lAs Tidal...............x mGAY.80.........
MOftnX Mb lGU=Oe -of osN cnbe ob. Kim a ou' Mkb Nd ....:.mMs L Ware. K11Up'b
Kim the 4 *umaW.....,..1s At da p )Mwbuny....
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Swisow 10 ow AL as Of 41W dmr evidd DO No Iffloo anw 1011. ........ 476 f I Ou krr....
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is -1no 6 umes go M mmger l ~leDarst ....i..... 130Slm is" Pk iWeds, ....... 3
momW Te agimboobowas or m lmsKA~ Evns .......... 100 ksimAnni PrCe.W Adem.......U
as Nip" WOW" -aO t6 hemaNowim Kabe ............. 120
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Ml os M. 3.a Pads@t..........115
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A16 0 111 -C A IN- In; wW 0' Mi PerrG .......... .144
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-W Sm 'M wbaM a r s -&w A &*ad user th
XiW Ls L c XIosell...........1mceived a cordial grvefng from Prs&
AmosaX"door a ofembeAroth&I* a w lo iseDoDuaglas. .. dent Tatt. In his long official 4.
m a Mare IM*& MKitry... peeitythe S-natow never before b
SW 10n 0 SNOWswii .. diaond ag ba Wt I Padgectt!. ......... 4 called urbon a Prident an his o
M1Mtas_ e 00 I NAS OW 0i arare to tbexecotiwe rim
cereate-d a s riua'aiou
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alday ond.-r out o'f my %imat tv11r.I-
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is dhe Meow VWAGVW -r...ow-M ft-la do-ut TafT. said Nir T i,!I r n

inin.m" -A e .1 to. t b. *' c hun sh- % L.-5
V -i ;A40V tr a!'i.. ad 'riend!- at.! I fr
us AVOM b1W i-4 .\ Va1..r has
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P howr ir
i able. 1
i ModaI

i value.

hWia Lines
Indta I.anon. A strong j K r
material. thorotighl) washh-. 2 a
12'jc values a 4 Lc
at ................. of i r? 00- Z
Sts CS'
-~3 aii~
b& Lm Z ZJ 1
India Limoos A regularlic a I jc
A limited !ot T =
I .s

FrMch Lan, E
Special values In 42 to :50nlch
Plain White Prench Lawns and
emia y at...... Is, 1. ,Ub .2&

30-ebh Fancy BatiUtes n most at-
tractive designs and colorings. A
sheer. Irm cloth. 25e values
Medy at .......... lk the YVar

25 pieces of these Fa y IAwns
Na newest effects and eors. lke
Monday at ....... t. cthe Yard.

3 eses regular 12%e and 1Ic Gais-
hams. Spring Patterns, all new
Monday at ........ .e the Yard

Monday's Store Bulletin

In our Beautifully appointed Ready to Wear Parlor*
we are still as busy as at the beginning of the Season and
each day's Express brings us the foremost fashions from the'
Northern markets. Saturday's Express brought us an ex-
tensive line of handsome Wash Coats. These are made of
Irish linen and elaborately trimmed wiih cluny lace and in-
sertion. Priced from $4.98 to $7.98.

Tdei ldi
25 pieces this celebrate Frer h
GiOnham. newmet Spring Pater.
15e to cl valeu"
MNeday at....... .i e the Yard.

Regular 12%e Pereas l Uigbt ad
dark colors, pring Patter,
Monday ........... l the Yard.

l'nma Huck Towels, red borders,
kbeuttcbed. Se values,
medy t ............ Ie h.


Lm SO"
yards Donegal Unen Slt-
n Natural, Reseda. Blue.

Brown, Japan and
all 25c values for
Mendy' selling

Red. These are
at 1S'3 Yard.

Absorbet Towels, good aa. A
pedal value at
MWd ................lM gsho.

We have Juat ta a tlar lot
o the ewat the arit awards
n Smmior PsF s. T'khTufae
Meoday........e O .P ItSs.

Plata Whte Ltaia S kUtlas, pe
ctaly prtoAd otr
Meaday at l to 1SA the Vad.







A saw WshlaieU n
White, h end 21M A 2k6
Per meno" ...... itwA ow Vsn

3646 l" Uemvv QaW&
While farhr Wa ss. we
have el -srl Samoafor r

23wd 4Ise vas e. 5. val
u-b day.......... dampNOV"

iLim a"s.
I4-anch a4 Plre ieses. Whit ISlatte P Otevs a
Maads with Blae. Ore., Copea- Whie,. Blaek. Ught-e. Pta.
hags. and Tan Strlpoe-espeelal- leme. Old se. Cheampeane d
ly adapted for sattai, Brow. $1.1 valTas.
Monday .......... ,r te Yard. Monday at ..........0 the POW.

B.0o yardsUr ns, Turchas Is
a" lmm stoM aack. 70 to
lde walue NdqP at 6ANd

csah ............. l

wediek 1arm%
- osm- 46 pa"

146M ats at PJIS 61*as L

wmbaw. us.. nomlom
meaft at ............. Sm ol&

A sw fe of I Tm
omw ohm* to AW ofts ddm

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soae artlI that Is slaply "ia t heLGE
way at your house mght. If d vM L
tsed. be sold to someone who is an N O DD aEu
asOly looking Or



Full line of Palmer

Hammocks just


ceived-$1, $1.50,

$2.50, $4,


$5, $6.



F. W. Devoe's Paint
-wears longer, goes

farther, spreads easier
than any other paint

on the market today.

See our show window
display of Draper &
Maynard Base Ball



Hlh Springs.
Warden, Mrs. Mattle M.


CITY IN 1910.

Gainesville ard Alachua County Well
Represented in the Election
of Nce Officers.

e, ,j

' *Is 4' I,

9 ~ ,, I :, 7i*

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r I!I

tat '1 11 1 1 %k of, i IiI t i if.- ( ;r.m di

Gruaid Ma.t. H-r, Ft (J eorg*' T S lof
wla.tut (r.,!iid N at- .r WVai [I %In'i
kmv, Jr* of K.' W.c.t.
G.raund ardleu. J Eduard WIlama
Grand Treasurer. 4o-rge L. Bran-
ielng of NI S nhrui
Grand Heri..tar), A M (Cushman of
- J It Ctonrad of hfizro i rn as re*.uct.
if Is Ir 1 .. of i. i S;i r I i AMtn I a
;AI If II '1 11 ,4 2 1 .- 0 1'1,1. 140*io- t*U-
w i.f .%.* frr a a anua 1iA

I I. I I I i.. Iliac
4 1 1 -..,- Ii~i j i t ftx ) i ar I fa
i r. .sro: '1, S'f.&!. I A -~,I k i I, b f'r
a.'...A f I t If r.

off7I.le I A I i 4 11 isr fill

The Rbekah Aesew'bi.
W J I, il k h IRA[- oi tpllt a i-ct
fl~hI I'.. .

Gaiaels Alle.
IlraoeInttou U.

Taylor, St.

Miss Nettle L.. Robb.
Mrs. Ella C. RaImusen.

The Rebehahb wor treated to an
automobile ride to Delse Sprlae
Wednesday morning. st6 ,the
miles before breakfast by their re
quest. this belng the most coaveatst
tim- for them.
The nnimbtrs of the Graad Ladg

A $25.00 Gold Watch t(

Away Every Saturday




Anyone who trades at our store can enter the contest.
simple and you only wait one week before you get you
coupons when trading and secure one of these Handlsom
get your choice of either a LaImief' or(;ents' Watch. hWI
DIE.S<'I TION O F WATCH-A $25.0(1 Ladies' or Ge
Watclh, liafhlPnl*olly engraved, fully warranted, titte.d wit
Walthal m riove\iin*tt. (;Hmxl enough for a Q(till'e or Kini

). V\'( \ill vi e a o

Iirdlayd1. All 44 l ii. I
3:. I 4)L o ij.ll h.1 1111-t lM
Ii.ii*.e ii1l tii' tta I a l
1 j Jie 1 $4ur(ii a viii
at 4 'jelI-xk 'oln aturLa,


mpoi with eaelah pureia..*e, showing
rn.- 1`1111 I Iring them in i awl leave th
tiim-t I e handed' I iii I y 7 4D'(xLek 1).
' ~ .1 tft& i ill 34 ja I'II i ll a 4ti i
Ie. oIf the 4' -t,Itlh r i.%%ittel o 01l the o
ig 4011J413 (of tlie -grevatv-t vulueY wi
y flight.

a a
a a

ado d te Rehihb UW* IGO
-=31P tbk tripe to landm
to th4 uI smte ieSU"a
tfr t-M vhb

IT itS prnegr d aatin ?d 'l


Sbe Given

Night by


The rules will be very
r prise. Ask for your
e Watches FREE. You

nts' (old Hunting Cs
h seven jewels; Elin or
g to wear.

amount of your purchase.
1rin in our office on ato

' and sealed andl your
ut4iflC (,f the envelope.
II Ise auarded the Watch

mammanama-- mama-.

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TE ______ AITWI LI W: APRIL 26. 190

MUIU'S nmixamk

MamlC Ius ka MI to


SFwbfr k IneIueL

a no lowsawsbs 11 lma
o at h m byoft b

1% on" ft~ll b Ub ft
fs- -1

off of a b bo~

= -pw. sawh

fto hdo amf
to owftgae m b
ONfoanbILbu an b

at r
U. CIc

am m I MookasWW

Jo,"- si

M4 me s at sd
)do* n w

*M I t o'r taw aW"wn".ro' at 'he ;.-10
u r oid da lW the white i pd *;ie of Ii r
Wks and giv the megro tth bs!.s. t
of power ocue.again
SSensar wl Ueman aO'nred tb*
Stiou o fthe = guhmi*jl tan 4.'o
C aed the Meal optic. iv oa wlF'da
to be suiersut Public seatim. ::
mus be with a iu to enforce It. ho
md. N claimedtha that te-id. or1-
h wN rMbe the grst : -
mammo no She mePW b of Frlorid. Hr
oblemed to be SW to aoa that pr
bg2t u bWMona afaluipreWbav-
urn "mot m aa. r 0t is tam
move res am me fifored to re
Islm e by vam mmercW
SbI- bodie of th bsate. 1a.-
a r ovr- h bringinW g a
the usul womts Uso ag~aistpro

seesaw a I tboso III. spok-
damoyflr 1 Ht

roubmai )tMe r o L.

Plemplania rr he mbsla. of the
meof U pd to maay co

M4 WON Umb apphsfrom, the
dm mi vd. se hmber.
@@sa n im of Ube leveath tot
1900 am M-- bCeme, In taki
Se wommew mad e-Ok the Ma
IMa frnW sfwetly Iterupted
OW shme.
sesa w cMuls spok ouly a
donus teWbo n esay gl~ead-ed for
me m 14. He sta thatn oo bha
la -r beoheg the respect
af tON bub e I Iinof Tamps
had asomptd MW psoom agwum
I 1 0 d m.The. martagbstbo snoo.
SWAiM ~des such uWeoagtiou,.

S6 VOWONtwoto me-. b esid. Ht
-IMOtf w : so U ea er c eid from
86. bl ef iof Se twenty wse whelseook
se-Sam n a eiiiififf&lfiliie o 5es Sn he "o
O EM 41a*ms m T" rws In reply
ggoon K S. ftthe attogmase of Seator lBack
SM &. -IIi H adIrm was able and won

110111m1111111or Z1 d1110 clrad problbltim
a fai.,. mi eppsedI the resolution
He1 1006-1dt the MbO a o thetStat
ftbm.Pdmatlom of LAheropsigteub
M am WNI. L I is atfthe W 0dat .
1 u m) U-wi owns [MJm l referred to the hal-
sawra w fhe* kaaM I ithe election. which itn-
o maway of the senators to their asats it.
this bod).
Senator Ahina also stome for the
resolskos. He mid that be wa-
S -. Jvt according so the wishes of hil
tomoela tie, S. Cosuat ito4. n a.
l hll~tS~i d er~aaftor luckmaar reemwtad aslmer
hu *img wewr k issiose shich he ctmlaed Senator tMr
tii iiffio hemPU N*&u Motionthrew upon tumiai" cmunt) a:.0
HowMcuutointwu.d his arguments.
IE Thequestion ma. theiff ralled aaiti
we" Om sai so pow 9 n, tbw reolut~km cariq.4 to% %4ptu (o
the remilsatde Id Vi 1' iuye P04-'to'me
EmmOBW Nt. 7. Acr of, etico of Elction.
ff r 1W f AN l l for Notk* is btrhi re gt- ti.ialt a nil-,
M stV1 tior1 w1"I tee held at Iicrai~je. in Sp-
*~ A~ sIo uwsa remIleud from -se iaial Ta% SubRed Inatrict Xunib*t (br-i
ylDLU. sIch1 oe atiLOlsgla9 is Tuesday. May I"%h. A It Lee. 't
I ad hi s eda l.t-ermine shi rhal t-e Road Tru-tv-.-
Oft so ad a.ot the fcal )tearp .l'*9 aurd VI-i-;it,(
DIff ,M 17. bethr of Lade. he rare of willisa. to tob- colle- -f
0 Plm Ilemack a mty. Mr. ho abItom k v all''nti4 )va5 0 I.
. M -. palmr a IO j. W took the o-spt-r 14 H )C-(oiluna atod Tbl.'.
ohm ad AMr. Hudson mo%.*4 that t-e Jc'r A1f are h--rebr aj;w.ii.41
Se b read s cmd timeby tit,*oly only oie-tf Ifor the- at..- .-lo-rftipu,
TO t h Il reading Lt-,Pn I'. 'ir i. r 's! ?t. I,* N rd i: .
'aa, McYMuI- )moed Lbat the Alailu 4, ii'.i
webs he waittod &ad that Seatv Joist v'it'lid it.- -h ais if Ai~ril it
Amlo so." I ta pKrohlbitiue 1,0.*JOhN G IA~lh1IJ(
ommimamu he takes up out of its
fly the- i('itrk AStct-P
SSN Drneburaau' ieti ae ISL & i f l*N(..Kh
lo w Dow" Wlso o*.ttlted because his
Wwasbet fur Friday CASTOR I
sm tew M(Awfl 14 Clail,-1 ?4-uatr IC AT O R I
Nleard's Fso-isiL41,f(. of iL. fat ii.. 11 L F InfE and C~ldnA&
the cas to Lw rat I- r (do,r
Te iio4 e .1(;it-d -'i't .-''I A Iwd Yuo H AveiAim; uo-t!

(u I M&,de 11411u,1'1i.4 It.- 7 10' W n.I

W ill A4 Ilos. %k 1 1
rd I r., i 4 .,1 .E'I It
hue~ni~ H a~.'u -~ le i ..l- v c NC

via, WI .~."f^-11,z I I .
4.v.* &I'd .A m e,
g5ef.1-s if 1,. si -' .' r.r
but Ii tu'Ago 1, b IL
CWaU4 i 5 I; t'*. a .,.'


This is just a short t!k which we hope will be ofinterest and help
to you in selecting the tonic and blood purifer that will be of the great-
et value to you this Spring.
That this is the mos trying of all seasons on the health is a act
well known to us aD. It is the time of year when our constitutions are
required to stand the greatest strain, and unless properly cared for the
oundation is often laid for physical disorders or disease later on. The
reat jority of persons are fast coming to realize the im.po tance of
preventing disease. Health is our most valued possession, and it
praervation is a matter which vitally concerns every one.
Mot persons, even those who are ordinarily strong and robust,
feel the necessity of a tonic and blood purifier at this season. Some
have no particular ailment. but are weak, debilitated and run-down.
The Winter life, with its decreased amount of out-door exercise, and
the fact that the cold weather has kept the pores of the skin dosed,
prevented the usual necessary amount of refuse and waste matter from
being carried out of the system. These impurities entering the circu-
lation have weakened and thinned the blood, and this vital fluid is
therefore lacking in the nourishing properties necessary to sustain
and preserve systemic health, when warm, active Spring life begins.
The general bodily weakness, tired, worn-out feeling, fickle appe-
tie, poor digestion, etc., show how weak and anaemic the blood has
become. Frequently skin dimase. pimples. e options, boils, etc., break
out on the skin, and this is evidcncc of the impurity of the circulation.
S. S. S. is the medicine needed to correct this condition, and is the
only one on which you can rely to supply the system with the best tonic
eflcts and at the same time thoroughly purify the blood. The use of
SS. S. at this time may save you from a long spell of sickness, and it
wi certainly prepare you for the strain of the long, hot Summer.
Many people have put off using
a tonic until the system became
so weakened it could not resist
diaeue, and have pad for the S
neglect with a spell of fever, s i
alaria, or some other trouble.
S.s. is Nature's ideal tonic UA IRANTEED
and Mood purifer, made en-
tirely of the pure extrac of PURELY VEGETABLE
healin, strengthenin health-
giving roots and herbs. It tones
up their omach and digestion,
rids one of that tired, worn-out feeling, improves the appetite and diges-
tion, and in every way contributes to the strengthening and building
up of the entire system. S. S. S. is recognized everywhere as the
greatest of all blood purifiers, and this combined with its unequalled
tonic properties, make it a medicine needed by every one in the Spring
S.S. S. is for sak at all drug sres







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The Sm ai Merchts' Co8pevede Cutest

Good for 100 Votes


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^ Entinser and Surveyor

Prrtnpe stIc!i.t..n 1 4 ..
(Jeic' ii reiLd, ojr .*%, o!
*see ~ ., a~ifuVowijl V .

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NrAice to h.'rebs giren that under
ard by t g'o. of a deer#% -of f tckx*.
lure Of olaul4. mad.s and rendered
Iby the flon. J. T Will.. Judge of the.
(';rr,,it cour~t. Vclhtb Judicia~l CirtJ=.
of Florida, In and fur Alarhua count!-
In (hanct-ry. on the .2rd day of
%tsfe \l o 1:. in a certain (aute tho-reht
i-tidarig ,erein V. A mlui 1. copm
,ixur...v11 anid (,org' 1xv t.t* undhis
%I'. iVnrina hi.. are- do !ei.darnt.. t.
v.. tit dI. r.'agi.-d. as k4l'e al M.rin
olanti.ry %1 I tll at pulplic outrrr
*61 Tbo. tighoc-t a,,,d tm-t I,Ad--r f~w
I- 1 *f!'r.- teit Court 1i,,u'.e drtwr In
No f 01. fl. .4 I fJ5i t% '0'0

snit at.d btetrjg iin. l'af t,1 ... r t l~'jir
Tlo N.rOI.i%' -t qpar. r o' tll. 1401111A.
*-a!t (pcarto r aid tho L-1 bhlf t the
quar*#r (it S.' ti ii. F. 'ur-
;1#"-n l0 4oand t! )-- Nrth-a..t quasro.-r
I Norhhwet quarts r ( T of crtuir
1Tu-.n?%-th?.-v i.:'. all in Tow ripbt1
P to.% 0-n I ,"th Raitcol, r ht*
I Va a't. etswaiiznlit. It, #arrt-z, n.o
rf le-I'
Tox--#-r with all and l !nvllar the
tt.-en~rcat.. heredittani*unt and al-j'tr-
.rlamee sto the tam.- tl*,lom.g~ ig r)jr i
xn wis aIloeriusning Said lsrolwi-rtv
*o he vold! to sati!.f saud do-cret -and
Special Matoter lu Chancery.
~ S. lHRO4)IF..
..ll( tor for Ccsrnml-lanatit.
I UL!-r ani bI y1?uwe of in uieeu-
!-2-,.1-A i-ir o!( C~ th- Circul, Court.
,if the Ft!fn .1'dflral Circuit of Florid&.
r and fI( '.raritwn cunt'- in a ca!e
t;.c.-ro- ending. w-r.-in Richard Mc-
na'hi' Is s intif and r. A. Traxuw
S W.Teague- aze defendant. l. and
lVro-c'-d tv al! and -.-r'ry the- 91'riff.'
of : e -State of Florid &. I ha i v Ie-i led
;z;sn and l1ll icl before the court
hocuse :)or in the City of Gainesville.
klact~u county Florida. on Monday.
the rd da) coo May. A. I) I Deing
A I-gal sale day. between the legal
hours of sal. the following des1irlbed
;or ;. it.. tuit: Tbe Vorth Half of
,hope P uthea: Quarttr of Section Four
,4 1Tr)w m.l p T.-,n al-o. South of
RIanre S'-'en?' r .1:7 F--%- ,in Alacb-
'ja couirv. Flori'a. vi-d uluon and
to be- iold a,; the Itol*tRov of the de-
'endant. S V WTeaue to saTi.fy and
is' aid ielrution.
At Gair.-.iz!loeF flor-ida thif .nth day
.1 'March. A. liI --
Sheriff of Alarh'ja 4'.,'LJt.t Flerida.

*V 4 9t' b*t a: vjgr a 4. EX % jag
La h' ireu Cvuvtl P~l Itb J.4rr&' a
Underandcr e bi irtme @f the Laws-.I t.
I&-t of F i.s a aid a'a StP-"jeunlj
I'ace ijf 14 I. s t is I .' 1: 4.1u,.
vile Alabua srW lily F*,wLdj. ', j
b a Thp. aid La rena D- MoUut-
I: at tpcarIajty a. oma-.:t 5qrdo i.l the bt:.
flIes 's Ibe stor .ated crJae that La.-taa
Keier [De'I u t ofThe der. jaf .urhetd
saneds oa n-pn resdent top liat: -Io Fieii I
d& ari! :- & -. r i t tL,( t. w 4%*% t r
4j .1' 4.%W Cbh'.L.,m '-late -0 k&--. o-&a th
tte-re 1a.0uoe-: r.e~e:f i.~A.
*'fl I a *.' i u-' q ot % de p *
%r- the amo re of evj twe %Cars it &a
'.brr'.N'c or 'ereu It ost sad r..Dn fe-dera
*:rCe-tdsclt i re d1 .0 lais r ft', r ,e.:gt to
wal:aAU W turr it.. o' !".art '.ed :n sai
('*.I Ot Of eri~ (..rd tWUr Wd c&) of
X.61 A L) loo. litbh r tettr &- s-
0jopu ) Op t. w 6 w.. t-' Ito ert ..'.& COseu'4 D0
*Ad de e r!;h L
it !.a -AT -e'r -11 hP4'. Ibi- ue't-err vut-

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erCC i'~r t." T .i v (Crti *., 0~c Ar'
date Ir :~: .S.*C I

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This Coupoo may t- cast at Thr "un otfic- or at eitltr ,*f tt ,*" r-or c..n-
M sd leith tr contet. NOT 4,(

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TH Kg AINHITILLa St.: APRIL 26, 1909 7




Several Witnesseso Earrrad on Fri.
day and Hearing C;nlIuded
in Afternoon.
Th,- hearing of :f-. l' I P a ld.,:i
anl .. M Ke l ct!:,r dl j (lth
the- murtl-r of Offoirf r *f I ii r at HIigh
SPlrin in I'-m :. th, \ i.* '" *v in% %hhi h
was twlng heard ly Ji:l :i. \Wills to
a-*ertain if the' ( .'- .- ..1 a litlabhe*
one. t tniiItiat'e I Se'%ra.l w tlli 'n.. o.er1 a;n iin the aftIernNooi. for Iih thel SItat amnd
de.fe'n e. but after' henarin!g the' .vl-
dence' Judge Wills maitl. :i an order re-
nianding the dtefendantls to the cup.-
tody of the sheriff until the regular
tl rm of cocrt.
tome of the State vltneswes who
had been ubhloenaed here and were
present at the opening of the case. left
Thursday and the court was unable
to do anything until .they returned
yesterday at noon, the sheriff having
resummoned them.

U It rnted gattamery
The la oek* I the place

yes wet.
to gt it.





Bug IWagns
mWM T ms
service isunraieimer in the. hlery line'.
Better trs ni on Imarol ,jyte.,etion-ltke
uiew't ciimple'te andl iij-o elate elalilese
in t~w -4111111.


& Oliver



le.alntify yov lr I ,.**i:# I'Y
trimming y ir l ia\\ I. '"ii
li;\ i i l,. l \w f. -'," it '-
uitil v ll tr"y tvi of our

Ball-Bearing High-Wheel
- Lawn Mowers -
Equipjl, '! M ti tia I'w-t
kiiif steel !ll., tl: it stay
shtarp) ainI c t ut;Vt 'Y.

The NPper,$4.88

R m $Specia, 516.58

GordofleMon. 8, 12 1-2Caun
2k per lst.

I-L Lm Spwi

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*1. IunDWEAK CO.


ERAL OF 0. A. R.

Her Success Was a Triumph for the
Admiristration Forces Led by
Mrs McLean.
WASHIINTON. AS |iil -2. I a
\olte' f 4.:; to 42,. Mr.. Mattihh w T
Scctt uf Ill!,it.i w:;i toda;i ,lclared
,l**',"1-' jprc -ihl nt-*'tni ral ,of the-
aIn .., tL', s f thle Aiie, r ,ln Hid-ola
tion. o,'r Mrs. \Willlna C'lnilngs
St ir.,. of N\. Yo'rk
tMr.. ,r4ott's el-ction was a victory
,or th.' adaninttratlon faction. A
::ililudwr of delegal(te' re'ftiid to make'
the l.ct ltn unalulnious on Mrs.
Stor. n'motion.

HARTFORD. Conn.. April 22.-Gov-
ernor George Leaven Lilley died at'
the executive mansion, yesterday
evening after battling with acute
nephritis for four weeks. There were
at the bedside. Mrs. George L. Lley.
the three aons. Frederick. John and
Theodore Lilley. and Mrs. John A.
Lllley and the attending pbysi-
As soon as the news was spread
abroad the fire bells of Hartford
sounded the age of the dead Governor
-forty-alne--nd a detachment of the
first company. Governor's Port Guards.
Immediately was mustered to go on
duty at the executive mansion.
The funeral will be held from Trin-
ity Church. Hartford. The body will
he escorted to the State capitol prior
to the funeral services and lie In state
In the. ratt,'ar .

Dr. Ge. S. Walde

S(ralham .n ailing, East Main
Street, North.
Crownm an le Work
A Spl)ec'ialtv.
Phone 51.


(tiverp the' Wi nllt Brt ir k-
vil'e; ea't te (brall and he.
yonti; wert to Saiwanlne Ii-
wer; north to Alarhna. Hifh
and Wonrhington prpnenl,
Codar Key, andt all intermed-
Meae and Answer
or o0 Prim.

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To Be Given Away hy theh r ai Tih

Sun to Citizen o Acm Ce Ity!

Each Section ets a Prize!
Contet to Coe Augut 18, 1909

Realizing that all should share alike in the dietribtioa, Ieding bsaine m -
have joined in the combination to give away Two Hanahoom PlaGem amd 0.
Diamond Ring to residents of Alachua county in three different sections. Io
progressive firni will give One Vote for each penny spent with them.
In the event of a tie for any price offered, a prime similar l'all reasp them
to will be given each of those tieing. '
Ti. Cl ci vik Imgc i Will embrace the city and suborbs ad beeter
Th Gam v fined to a radim of four miles in seh did&ei.
The winner in this district will be awarded a HANDSOME DIAMOP MRINO.
Lstearin ad atn-AL- gctidg Will comprise terriy from fir
asten ad ut n bakall points st anmd fom t-
chelle all point soutlh-W'aldo, Hawthorn, Island Grove, Camprile, Miamipy,
Ilake View, Taecmna anid all points along line of T. & J. Ry. ONE PIANO.

Western and Nhrtheri Sectim t omiisha,
1all;Oi;Ill gil I ~te I b-b Husgue to Sprigh ingp, Tronto,
W'ailne, Wilcox. Iell, .Newlerry, Jonesville, Archer and all settlements covered
by this area. ( NE 'IANO.

How and Where to Get I WwS I .L
me-ts of the merchants gIvto Mot and t T"e
an fflirce Votes sent b) u dmel t b he dliretoi
A .....- to the VoUtl; Cota4 D ptmer t ao Thei n,
S Votesl -0ik, *to l ,or
The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent piald Into theli etabllshbmuts for
good which they handle: Reu t
Gainesville Furni*ure Company, Furniture. Ruls R
Phifer & Morris Co., Clothing and Furncshlngo.
Gainesville Hardware Co.. Plumbing and Hardware. 1. The coatot I opm to sayae Mvi
Mrs. F. T. McCormick, Millinery. Alacbua county bo isto hew bp Ithe IMkMs
of the coatst or vemeed lor by some rqp.tat.
W. M. Johnson, Drugs and Metecione. nrra. to tJlm weoU aoew
L. C. Smith. Shoes and Jewelry. 2. No employee, ttaceb- er rele of tohe pf
Mrs. R. Wilson. Dry Goods and Notions. prietor of tbhe tbovmnamed s rm- a eMlo to
Saunders & Earle, Groceries and Feed Stuffs. prtcikipato it thito oaott, sad w piA prtoAp tI
City Bakery, Broad and Pastry. I lor
. Y. Smith, Fresh Meats. II Ot o ta -- --
cudidate or others IstereuiI to e.
Crawford A Davis, Livery and Salo Stableso rek o~loTveray ry he ugrmi to e
The Sun, Printing and Publeshinhg. doctor of oolt, v i-wh Mo fe purew m
Tho Brown Heuoe, Mealo and Lodging. QslUfed to ...rar ew.. es
N. Francisco, Banana House, Fruits, E. 4. Is the oent a md6iat lde o wuvlt
Eddins Mf. Co., Lumber and Building Material. draw from ta r tm ma
allooie to Ctresr e to the Wedt at eag
Standard Portillaer Ce, Portillaers. m aedaa ti ft w&

ON Sion.Md Moe.
1.86-Tkreo Mts' subcription ..................... 0 veats 00 vt
$2.50-8 ix months' subcription..................... 1,v00 vte 1,00 ets
$5.00-One year's subcriptio .................... ........ 8,00 votes 4,00 vet
For a club of flve o-.year subscriptions ('"''" .T";;.*"").. .30,000 vot *36,000 vets
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (,:' .", '..; .; .30,000 votes 36,000 veot
Tl'ler i noIt, liiait to thie Iuiiibl.r of &.lul, u.(i cIont tant :ltaty secure.

$1.00-One yer', subscription ..................................... 00 vete
For a club of ive one-year ubscriptio ns.......................... .... 6,000 ov
'There is no limit to the" inUllb*'r of clulmu eIah lonltestanIt imay saecue.
*lilcitin v*t** by ceddetes or frides within the arasf
distributlaig votes Is sIlired by the prdoIetes




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to o* MMimi b. ehaewib Wlg%
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too my 0048d o Coohw*TM mgt

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ON& %Mb No.cma wi be at-,
"dwe obw tb that of oar sand

n a'w 4 ome 1I wo eta. sy
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oww mu mtwwMod hegm so be rub-
a ft aw shor vhS.wish a now
Mm& IL Phier of Hih Srimo.
w. ba bee nt &bguet of mr N.
E L zmiws 1 w ever&& days. ha& re-

tmed to he home.. So e u. me of
.he dekros to the Gmrad Ludgr at
O*LNAa and stopped c 0er cmher *a)

3.J3.I uia eswsorth. an r-utelt%
Photor &mI Lw IPac heartux hi
some. was aNcag the trader's in th
cy pyyera. He- couduct.. utoe of
Me mmot seUteae farmus in his. e
cla aid Is caslderwd v ag the lead-
iag phans. ad ofemi
Mr.s I3. LWGrifn. fiwly of Mioca
oy hbt ue be isnw poidig is the
S hers poldom tc e Slatewag
amdo*tOw ubmen to Gaines; tfle i
teday. he ewas e sre to m Ncs
nopy. a be"me whi Tl"M her t int
an d OtbWoties 1W the seat few
W. CL.M ad Tf aucoma was
*% simmom to G lne. le ysar ar
Hes ass accompanied by his ser
m WHattie. on* of th r*cotesant in
the C0oDOpalVWe C*IASAfor the p-
an to he gives away is the eastern
md mehers sCetke of the county
sad who ha gomo to wafk Mali a
T Im fto a.a

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am & Shkmr al Imks"" Was
do dy ewr~a. Wa urn
Sle by bhlsuttl -O. Ulmf

J. N. Har" ofLactome. PM
grev. phmawaoft tb4maeim. WOO
,uwat Meum ha G~t ee'Ma

MIR Jaime @Ed& of WoambOO&
oh. ha bbau ttiagMissva &*a R aah
mght for t pM nfw dams rirme
tober hbowe yestray-
MLm iuf Baile wc Boetm. Ga.-hMe
" "isd b the eIty and wln speed the
sex! gwteral dayshere tIstlag the
famiy of Mrs. M. IL. Carter.
Mrs W A Caltoo. the ecosnow

away a aa m watch evsry Samr
4dy agt RIad tlher ad.
GOS L. Taylr of Palmer ame to
OaL-esvle yesterday for a short bl-
ms ~trL He tmates that the crate

Ull and the fomadry. both
Arcer. preew t a very busy
that th~e coaceru are at

lomed at
swek dayd
work day

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SAVA.%Y.A. Ga. April 24.-The
market continued fr with. i gud de-
m ad and fair busl*- a was d-ie. at
slWghU advasred pnc*- for the- b gi
rr gradv-i Rece-is ar runiaU libht-

Waging ptmutrrva of Micanopy. was the stork is c ms-euentlly he-
a itsUc to the citbSaturdr4Ar. hA'W* n grapad lde-plete-d.
Dt 1- ok aftrr "=~te bwlteU I a- Crop &x aeosnt2 f th V-rn
... 'C#*%rgia counts are' frfanorabk frf orK
Mrs. W K lak'r and chbidrvet lft ari Iin the a-4am ", th crol1 ew'.
teoetday for Lakriand. Tbhe will nt .4-itu to 1.- ri"AkI DV ;.ud a A-t~r
'wtrd the nvit **icrai days tbrfv cii s n ithe omhe-r rct.,m
.Ung r'mlati'e tht- family of W A- ~a!'. fur tb- wee-k Vt'?. 7
A% ri F I Tbt- follow ILg p'ru wd- t AS..%1 1-Zk
Prof W. H way (of High springsS! tct- qtIU'AtiraI* and a:. F.rzee
mboW was heft ) strrdab? on buiness 4 "k!% or Fr'"'\ v
cmoa('td aith Superwte'adent Kl- Fa : rkrids .y
Ivy. He raued to W his houi thi Fn c' 4i-rgb :
IEl ctb4ww -rF'kt ridas1
asin Cx chewed vorgdaa 1' @,,
J. W h 'u Ch4. u rV*& .&&4 is, ..e
amos the visitors to the cite ia caur.Chuwe GA.0a&d Tias-.-I4 17
day WVhile b here t~* ua4e a Lx t Fis Gasa ndWhas.
callat this offvt. rr-sSta hi asub.
seTWbm A to fl Al larhuasis 4Fl :.

r. S ('Sri of A-brer Was transact
usg S bneta to winsesille jaturda)
LIt sates that Arber to ipel) at the
preses t time ad man) im-ruv-utrx.t
ar sbeing mad4 about the1. 4.v
Moscow Venakk-. scparirtetare. ut
th Anbrer ('rate and basket Colu1
Pau) was a %laltof to t(i;&nes % 1I I.t
,rda He 4.Lt" that a it rt d. A
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*lands, F tL. :.oc fulh r e .'d
-%raS i.21 :z Rt,-*-;Ls. if. L&
PortS ,, nDoor- alt-. :00 .stuk

Let a want ad secousto a Uad.
for Yoe--o something you ar 't sae
for mehsm F 4"

JON'ZS'ILLE April N.-Mr and
NMs. Josph b Jon" Lent Thurbday in
Miss Winnie Duldler ii tsiting rea-
Uwe* at %ewtbrrv this week-
W. J. Hamilton of Nes herry and
J. I Grifrin weeout gWednt*da
taktring the eInrewments of the
chmfth. so as to have the bill of lum-
ber saved for the new cburcb buld-
We are being the cemsec-ry firis
Fjpalretl I shi(3 u.11 &.dgivatl)to i:-
R*ev Wilkz'n Griff .!I % i fi rltli
lar aj'polument b-r%- t-r. fir: SurdA
-n May at thr!ie D*w &Chow!
I.Gild:ug Er'Ircuody ecyrdia!r ic'r-
-d to attetad

Books W ;'I Clow.
Iro= 8znday' aily Sun-

banks uf oG si w::! b* c-.
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FOk SALE HaA-draus bea? 4'; .-.
vh~z~g,-. 'A W. Colson Coni.rt

110Kd r4&r& ~o C~fLtr,-d c?
meey rtfunded. k 5O Wr hotti
old by W M Juhaws

First National Bank

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