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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: February 23, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01586
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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S&AnUSILL, FIARIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1909


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ngem" abL Mr.m Tafit is ket am-
ow M. easmeve n hfer lako at that
ie ill ea ed Istys, oad both
as mhe oemsmed by as mant
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Mhed to aest the maet mle mla
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wowhae allewame or dress has always
been OWN4d, aWd whe is coessequently
-the rests s vt as t.Interesing News Notes
tedom elotu tat will wear wetl
aW hew bela m&eover, and she S
eamwith From lBeautiful Micanopy
thair eletL. Both, however, never err
0 O1 te e of the Slashy or obtrusive.
and If they fta to make the most of
their dchses they are always simply MICANOPY, Feb. 22.-Mrs. C. 0. farmers have already such a lae is
and am praey gowe. Barr and her two children left for operation: C. R. Curry. C. M. SlmitL
aainesvllle yesterday after having V. P. Smith, L M. Smith T. N. Smith
paratios for the lauuratio. spit several days visitla J. J. Barr J. W. Bradley. J. G. Smith. J. 0. TP
new less than two weeks dstat. of this place. They Ulive at Ridge son and G. W. Bradshaw. Several
are gaing ea. Every precaution Is be- Spris. 8. C. other lines will be built soon.
tla take to prevent overcrowding of Miss Ruby Thrasher mne home Mrs. See Feaster has returned hoI
the ampis l No perso will be admit- sick from Lake City Friday. where from a visit to Jacksonville and OcalL
ted to 4t a o or or to the lausbral ar- she has been ttodin Columbia Cotl- Miss Lile Mathews went to Galai
rangeelts ezeept they be members lege. We hope she will soon be well vlole yesterday to spend Sunday Gad
of the Seams and elctive olicers; atn. Monday there visiting friends.
members of the House of Representa- Capt. J. W. Carter has returned The Melton Lumber Company wil
tves and elective odicers; ex-vice- home from a visit to Tampa. soon open an up-to-date co@mleSry
presidents; justice of the supreme J. Lntoo Smith of Montgomery, down at their mill. H. H SlapM0
court and officers; the admiral of the Ala.. is visiting home tolks for a few will be lu charge.
navy and his aid; the chief of staff days. C. R Curry wal in tnun yesterdaY.
of the army and his aid. Cards of ad- The infant baby of E. W. Coleman just as halpy and a.nillitg as ever
mission to the floor and tickets of ad- died here and was buried at Hawthorn J P. ODell. the cl.eer refpresenots
mission to the extent of two each have Prlday Use of E R Drackett Cu In out 0o
been given to Senators for their W. R. Abstein has bought the lot the road iu their lntcrests.
friends. This is a smaller number in front of the Tuscawilla Hotel and The people of this pl aee would be
than has been given out on previous will soon begin building a residence under obligation to the Tamipa & Jack
occasions. We hope others will follow his ex ooiiiiillie railway authoritl-i, If they
Pennsylvania avenue has begun to ample'. would arrange, a -ch,-dule m they
asumel quite a baseball like appear I)r J 1). Watkimn. local man:ig,.- -c':ld goj t) (;;tl,..~ill, aid reuiru the
anM i l BeatM or bleachlier haet t cn for the 1ouitheri Itell T. l-th.lii nite' n same die This otch-ld ul1-1 ""'. to
er-rt.cd at opeli-l mi:ti1t'b HlonK the at e T. l.te'le h Cl|('i pat n +I*n. it f.'w da(l Iffie it aitil wa .. (tI ll' tt wo. it could
inu- whe-re- thou ;a>i r. of p-eople t ail ia i .JI ck. u itll. r, t.Jli a hTr a di noI tu ip ed ,a ina
b4tire b. b t at at .ir. .g fir',ii trilct (ioifro* !( II thei tr ih,,atI.aLt r- '. li.i : t, re t ..I I' r, \' *, ritd Y
Bf(tf ce-ntat to tao d.ll.r., M urh ail i ,ti th ld f.r II. miirtw ~e. ,f de,. idll,( I l., h did lhi. tru1I t, r, -t A
del nld on th0.- w, th. H i i l, !i. of iI"I" 'I l'la" (' 'r, d .fli ite I i n.-i f**- r r.i 0iat .1 i tf gi ld
cotr-e a i shulal .l l u.tfati l .1. n ti .h t h r il t t lion- llarmoi tutd < ,'tli, iI iu.. l I,. ,iii L. ,1 ,', s a
on ithe fl.i rth of arlre hi a h 1r 1,1- uil d a li pric s ,arm ,' 4 *11 ldl A *"
T I. i n lliii -' iri i 3.it ii, it i M ori I iitrK )>I Il ,1 'ltllr t T r ,#l, ar"
"lattoriilg Iona il n Is tw i1 a ld-I. iad m or. h ,.i n I tht.I l l b, tlit" '12
The Paper Pactory. flattt lK l' .124& 1 Ia IIIK l d. l> ad ltmr. ,. l 1 ii i((r tu(i *' teD
The Pap r Factory. r It gl. i the. rural patron on, ov) .r tI.. I.ro.-i.tt to 'er Ir I a r.* u
It F 'NIII. has rturiied fro )f the. t, imatiy mi.li.entea and IlIuch inouei.y ha (,cou itl Il l (OUU
New York and other ilit ., a her. he. i l..fit. at ricr,.. i ,thh i ,,il rvi..- ir) feir lia, a r,., tali, -i, alid **
ha,, IMn't'nl oi l fi.i l leer he' i ,t# t liltlatir i. li, rilattua r lho A ltill a U..er htujilt, h1 a ill hI,. (,!I (if ti i' bt' O
teo aeer ks I i l laa a.ie-thing hniF- loru|'.li n I 1 that f nI l clit alini ih,.r" I lcel*
i tlereating ito gie (out c e rlitFltig li st,'t l'latte Itit-*- orgaiiLai il of a mui ual ti tia ru mo.-l itd i o.nht il r. l l '
large palamr factor thai iH t( it er-rt hal il for h r ni g I t t,, itili re f Ilior, t
edt here a ithl i short a hllh Thr laul Ii rht1 a ill Ii.t Ie I ,t friini hi iit I r I ,I ..rt
(mo paiy are har d at tork and are u... ..t t.. t. Li. t
ha.... IIIIIInd Init' to the aub, lisest e.. Ialti, ali11 t'' t, it abytl i ,ii r mri
-till naaking ul dfl(erelt grades of th'celulAdi (t'4lliet-lao a lt la '11'1i11 64t-1. a ill Ih I I \ A
i-ur from the. axd 'lull. of AlAr ua and furul.her .er Ie to and tfrum gratuiatlilo. tui adianlt
couiuy pl^e tre* perou s
county pl treatheir town patrons at iery low cost. J L Hare. ue of tht- pr
SdpeOdilu ullu the sumbter of sta farmers and uralse growers of T.
ReOW te was a Is 91111tils to be seeoected. The following comi was la tows


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IS wo m yADDED TWO MEN DIE FROM


VACATE- W- DRINKING ALCOHOL


V h"q w1 1-**10W -"o l f Te thft O y ELe-WtnifWessn To t e
iand New Omm Galamsilloe Will
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ti "aU 1 amWv ma- Amomn the oew lprovSets ahort- Ooooooooooooooo0 0 been on a spree together, am
-e a* -d ly aootempiawtd r Oreas-r qaiae- o To The Sun: o some manner got hold of this klMt
1O Mit prmM Tal Vi 1 the bI0ldlng of a eooomd story o The dead body of Z. C. Osteen o bogse to drink instead of a btte
oift ead" a*0 two large buildMas adjoinSng the o was brought from Holder and bur- o article.
r maiqidtBem hea square.* led at the family burying ground o Where they got the whiskey ff
IWdl "at uMa d While the owners are not now pre o tI Columbia county. It Is alleged o could not be learned, or who was w,6
I iA W i9w or pared to give out the particulars it is o tht he died from the effects of o them at the time they were drtlat
te d helMag Preat- oertaln that within a short while two 3 poison given him by T. U. Mixoon o as we could think of no one at Hoor
Selal iam Is at of these brick buildings will have a *. with the Intent to effect the death o where the deed was committeK
Sanm reeptim s seMond story placed on them In order o of Osteen. SUBSCRIBER. o communicate with.
I *m-- be give mtoa mom0at thealready inc s0ed Ooo ooooooooooooO Judge Wills and Attorney RiTv
V @ emy mafh. bsliness one of the Arms adk O The above Is a copy of a letter re- were both shown the letter and W
r aM ta b r aore eu pyain the building. It will require ceived by The San last Sunday, which doubtless have some lnvestiga.
In the eIn*y tha something like 300,000 brick to com- was mailed at High Springs. but the started. as the man Misxomwas ft
events. As thre Is plete the job on the rat one, and author Is unknown. consequently we star witness in the Bexley4 ema
be tse io tag it is certain that the contract will be began an nvest ttion concerning the case which Is to come up for trial t
i o VM t awarded within a shbort while. strange Information. a special term of court In this"
m. Me wil t ibe Another builMln. the Hill block, It The Sun reporter saw several peo. next month. along with other im
amo w y ement understood will be added to within ple from High Springs and could not ant cases.
rLb. t Pres NM t a short while. Already Mr. Hill has locate anyone acquainted with Osteen There are a great many sUN-
0 imS 1(ifte es received anmerous inquiries for rent ntil the arrival of I. S. Futch of that tions as to how the men come by tb
jI M S te at suck an upstairs, and be is now elty Monday evening. drgs that caused their death, but 0 e
1 k a amW mimd aft tag with the contracto prep&- He said the man was known In that a thorough investigation will bri
V te St they ratory to adding a second story to his section aq "N.oe" Osteen. and had this out. Mixson bore none too pood a
t l b b M-ildi a U. rty strt. lived there several years ago. but name as to truthfulness, while the
ml aemealt at the Ase from the above two bulldiangs moved away and had not been heard 'other party Is not known by sayem
hMe" *f am the GaoInevflle Hardware Company :rom unt!1 the arrival of his body on bert.
oMr r Mr. it wol abrtly commence the building Butday, which was buried near there, A message from young Otem, wI*
o. g m b r the 0f & a larIe WarmPae, two stories sa in Columbia county. is confined In Jail, said that he kae
e e aight nm d whbk wil be about 4sby On further investigation It was nothing of the man and that the
J ft dr 41 1S0 4Se10 i er toe scommodate learned that C. E. lixson, the man were not in anyway related that be
S- W t heM t wo n& t i b hl raweasd b.that Is suppoed to have given Osteen knew of.
hw 7n tie8saw.' the whiskey, was dead. and It was Mixson was the sole witness har
-d .- w' the -- Me Mm r akers and farther stated that he died from the the State, but a recent decision et
Mt h hfta e im m bs wamys the most ele- etets of wood alcohol, which shows ----
Ie pda ia sw M graft st she seMom achieves con- that the two parties had evidently (ContinuqI on Next Page.)
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W -- missld---fte it
or or r a &OWL. Apply
ioh ew lammt J"ust as -
as & asMeAt hampeMO. ad the pala
W be reowed, wile the woand will
heal plkr amed nlely. A esre ore
Oe nema, rheematiam mad all pains.
Potes Ms. e mad St..* a bottle. Sold
W w. M. JoIam.
CiI. eetW'r a eown.
CO. T. V. Porter of Jacksonville
w" among the viltors to the city yes-
WeFs. At oae tme hbe was a large
ow r of oGainsvUle property, but has
disposed of a larger part of his hold-
Ia h*.. This was his arst visit
to some time and his many friends
were glad to meet him.
Worn Out.
That's the way you feel about the
laap when you have a hacking cough
Irsa feleha*- to let it go on and
trust to lack to get over It. when Bal-
laid's Horehound Syrup will stop the
aeagh and heal the langs. Price S6,.
AM ad 91.56 per bottle. Sold by W.
M. Johs."&
ftsies having Job priU ing dose at
The sa *e* are entitled to one
ie to In Bush Salord Plano Coo-
I War each cent paid for such
wosk. Det trget this when in need
of Irtpeed elamsnery. Read the ad
eirser lt glvi particulars re
uluma the *easest sad vote wor the
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Our Grand Early Exposition of Fine Ready-to-Wer

Millinery, Shirtwaist and Walking Hats

As well as Special Showing of Fine Ready-to-Wear Goods of al
the new Spring models, will occur

Wd say, Tlhursday ad Friday, February 24, 25 a2


YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED


THE


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WILL HAVE BI0 SHOW.
Mn5 r Gardner Say He Purchased
Extensively While Away.
Manager J. D. Gardner, of the Wil-
soe store, returned Saturday from the
markets, where he haq been for the
past two weeks purchasing their
spring and summer line of dress goods
and novelties for the ladles.
The ready-to-wear department will
be Steld especially complete. as he
as takelm great pals to put in a sup-
ply tht will meet the tcresaing 4de-
mad lan Galmesflle. Neither pains
or expose have been spared to make
this department all that the ladles
desire.
Their store will be closed all of to-
day, but they will be open for busl-
neos on Wednesday morning. and de-
sir to call the attention of the general
public to the fact that this is not their
big spring opening. which they will
tell yon of later, and which will ox-
al al forlmr elrt in t Ahi respect.
Mad Seed nh8b*
Mel. J. W. Teosh, who has charge
of the Al ebsa eo ty exhibit at the
Tumpa Stat. Palr, arrived Ia the city
*aday to spend a short. while here
wth relatives who are visiting in the
eity. He has a very fae exhibit at
the hir which was gotten up wholly
bhy hia ad is eonfdent that be will
capture meme of the prtsee olered.
tar NA4 ACM -MiekoW CAPUDINL
Whu e r bon olds, heat. stoeah
or serves troeaes. Capdlane will
v It's U -le'-a t to
fma motaltym Try ILt. IaI
, db I"' at an mers toreso.


.HYDE


Letter From Hon. Frank Clark.
Col. P. Bayer is in receipt of a
private communication from Con-
gressman Frank Clark which was
written in Washington on last Thurs-
day. In this letter the Congressman
states that work will positively be
commenced on the Federal building
in this city not later than the 15tl,
of March.
Tuner and Fisherman.
Prof. Jules Eichilxerger has return
ed from Mficanojy. Evinston. .Mclntos-.
and other places, where he spent th
past two weeks following his vocatluo
as piano tuner. While near Tacomni
he enjoyed a fine day's sport flshins
and says that the party were ver.
successful and fsh are biting well.
THE REAL TIST
-snubsL
Tese iMo ely o twt by whic to
3i8V Se tb e ctamey of ay article
sad tat is by its ability to do that
widek at Is atenised to do. Many hair
viTors my look ace sad mell alk
but CM pt ios-do they eradiosto Da-
dru aad step alling air?
No. they do set. but Herpldelo does.
becausee It goes to the wes of tha evil
sad khl the Sems tat attacks the
pa fre whemee the hair gets ts
where are dally provig tkat Newbro'a
erpieide steada the "test o 1 e "
It s a deMhttsl d&s0u0. elear, pre
a4 tree froam eli or g sM.
sold by leadlas rsa. lo Ia. i
stamM for sapl to rpld Co.
DOUVt. Mk.
Two Se-40 esnta and $1.4.
5. needitor & o. specw Anse.
i a w tov Snd aytitag se ift
| I n aivemtsed the Wat eum.


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INEMT OF THE CONDITION OP


The Binesvile National Bank
Osemued from Biprt to the C mptrollr at the
ClUe of Bsiasm Friday, Feb. 5th, 1909


RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts ...... ...... ....$320,4(
Overdrafts ..........................292
Building and Fixtures ................. 39,.1732
United States BondA and Premiumls...... 174 ,97T;
County Bonds and Warrants............ 19, -l4
Cash and Sight Exchange ........1...... lo.t.4


83
63
9s
53


Total ..... ......... ......... $654,538 52


LIABILITIES
Capital Sto k ..................... . .,
Surplus andil lUndividted Protit ..... .... I7 !:S
('irculating Notes Outstanding .......... i.Ni
Bonds Borrowttd .. . ......... 2 ..I M
Rediauoullnts .............. 311. 5.')
United States ej its. . 40,
Individual and Bank l)elon)its .......... 33;.5-ts


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TIota I ...............8854,531 52
1, C. A. Far C~itaaiwr of the alasiauw 15k, lo wm.Aa i5,y
w~amr that ti~e alo'(s t- tateiirat is trtm 1)libe l~.1*4A1 i ny awl~.I. st
I he.ri C. A. FAIRCL4VrI, *atiithir I
tutm-rilied ad asmu to iwfure uw thiat, Ow latha lay of Fttruar ym. i*
W. If. ANI)ZkM)N%, Jr., Notary l'ulpfic.
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Novelties, Books, Statiowi
Savlenins, Sheet PONti
a~J Picture Frames.*

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HiavIing Imjb~flI a*iit g.1jnti&Wa'OW
Bakery, se are n.~i%%r1.n-i't'do wi
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESViLL., FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 23, 1909


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AT EACH OF THE
080ONS

f Chri-Or. Gesel
*l Nes: Treatment.


Iffh-t Smith.)
..an, ences the
a very Se program.
I a the knowledge
with us. The fact
ChatsM qua is one of
gy O saevllle is known
lm l Sech things have
Sa badinMa character.
pve his last talk at
SI asn who were present
6 words gave. He
tf, the man-- Jew
ad ler between God
to all nations. He
md so asa sympathize
cftldrrem, but He also
adas smn give us the
ug. He is "Love," and
ime can man be saved.
ygmgi will be continued
of Dwight 111.
.a. L was Dr. Gelsel's hour
e se "Home Treatment
with demonstrations.
of the many Interest-
pdhbli talks of this grand
s sots co ee (that much-
Sgay deceiver, and tells
Ss at am ounce of nourish-
S whole carload, and I
pim es it very plainly. Of
Is only one of the things
Bto ase this most mourn-
Por some simple com-
b go by she gave the fol-
1 nt-fresh air; rational
l o extreme cases-exercise,
Of ithl ta the blessed Lord.
is hr .last lecture for this

$80 e'dlek all lovers of Dick-
eIsted to a masterpiece of
*by William Sterling
ldeMgo. He took the book
Nickelby." and those
10l Nead the book fairly see
r ai &live before them.
Ime had never cared for Dick-
6 99se0 readings would have
1 most lively Interest.
S IL was to have been a lecture
RAM NIMiUr. but as he was un-
0i Pt h te last night Mr. Bat-
Mi 4ambly called that time by
of his most Interesting ls-
Sf Dickens, changes of
bolag made In the presence
4m1 But his changes of
from one character to
We still more wonderful.
h- of the Illustrated songs
sPibg pictures were given last
S1ad as ever were a source of
to all. It has been one of
.lut attractive features of the
iR.-aud all feel sorry to see
ms.ll very kindly repeated her
"Tuberculosis" at the High
-itorum before the entire
8l It was a great compliment
atilty to interest children and
Shew closely they attended to her
(Cae little tot came home and
i father he must stop smoking
Sy dd have tuberculosis. "And
child shall lead them." And
Ba remember what they he ar


S Teday's Program.
ls the program for today
BI LI-Biblical hour. Dr. Lewth.r
L a. m. -Final e.IOlb oof the
S of Health and Dokjnti.-.(' "Non- Alcthoitlc M.dlicaion
0(de fxiii< tratiuoin ('eo kiliK
i"Foli, N -.eeded for tti0
-t and Repair of the" Itod
alil"O-tration I, "tHoust. ('roiu,'tt*',
1 Preparatuioni of ltha-ui- p'a.,
i 1 NUts Mra ElIUljoti
i w- -- Firot aiii|<-aruliti. ( of Ihthi
0 i hitblett-r aiid rv.ad.r .1i-'
l* i Walkbridg0..
.- l'-tur-,. Thte- Straiiger'
iu Our (;at,..- Wu1 \t Mill.r
t. \.hil llitg lt,|l,.. 1i- l.. a

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l :r l.lf, l',,rt ..s 1- ft ,,in l n. k

fi th ltf ,i -, i ,. ihn il
i ^ 't~ll :it h1. rlii ia lit i.
arUtcle that it simply "in the
St Your hous might. If adver
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CURES CATARRH TWO N DIE FROM

L. Mc0C16c.WM waTh. DRINKING ALCOHOL CAST
admT 2 1Freh KveCm Where(Continued from Paxe One.)
They Yd To Con Caan&. -w~ -
----- the supreme court rules that the evi-
We have a medicine made from the dence he has already given will bold B
prescription of one of the most suc- gd Into the coming trial. It having a
cessful catarrh specialists known. between already decided on In a similar
This medicine has a record of 98 per case.
cent of cures, and we believe It Is Both parties died within a short
positively without an equal. We are while of each other at Holder, which
qo satisfied that we are right, that we is a mining town south of Dunnellos. A-
will supply the medicine free In every In Citrus county, the body of Ostee
intance where It is used according having been shipped to High Sprags.
to directions for a reasonable length while the remains of Miuson ar sup-
of time and falls to cure and give posed to have been buried there. 1
satisfaction ia every particular. We a Is
want everyone In Gainesville to try MAKKE OOD.
this medicine at our risk. There are
no conditions of formality attached to If you start to do a thing.
our offer. We put the user under no Make good; O O_ C
obligation to us whatever. | If it be to dance or sinag.
The medicine we want you to try Make good;
Is RexallMcu-Tone. It is a catarrh If it be to write a famous book
remedy that goes direct to the seat of Or to be a noted crook,
trouble. It is carried by the blood to Do your beet, by book or crook,
every part of the system. It seeks Make good.
out and destroys the germs or para- *
sites which cause catarrh. It purifies you want a goal In view,
and enriches the blood, tones up the Make good; yo
mucu-cells, soothes and beals the s- It is imply up to you,
sues that were ravaged by the catar- Make good;
rhal parasite, and brings about a con- Talk is cheap, so cut It out.
dition of health and strength that pre- If you win the victors" bout h .
vents the germs of consumption from You must watch what you're about, s a. -
ever getting a start. Besides this. Make good.
Rexall Mucu-Tone is a wonderful appe- If you make a little bluff,
tUser, digestive aid and flesh builder. Make good;
Its good effects are felt from the very Ante up the promised stuff,
first dose. It is one of the largest Make good;
and most satisfactory selling medl- Failure everywhere is rife,
cines that we have ever had anything He a live one in the strife.
to do with. We know so much of the Do the best you can in life.
great good that it has done that we Make good.
personally back it up with our reputa- -Popular Mechanics.
Uon and money, which fact should be
ample guarantee to satisfy anybody. For City Marhal.
Rexall Mucu-Tone comes in two To the Voters of the City of GaInes
s.ies. Z,0 and $1.00. We urge you to To the Voters o th City of
try it. J. W. McCollum & Co., corner valse:
for re*election on April II have TH W HITE Hp
served the people faithfully and e&- .
cently, alght and day, and my record j isW -mii -

AMUSEMENTSL I my service during te past yar
has beea -0afctory I aak te *up. A r N K
port and vote of each sad every ct. Steam Heat, Os and Elemro l Jgh .
COMING ATTRACTIONse who is qualled. I can only Ter---
Spromise the same service as I hav
New Saird Thtr. edeavored to give la the past W. Lt IU TEL Mp I, q. i 4
Tuesday. February 23.-Gainesville Yours for order,
Guards Minstrels, under direction of BEN T. ARNOW. U UdalaH m aI Ma M
Chas. T. Fales.
Thursday, March 4.-Dandy Dixie I take this method of Informing the
Minstrels. public that I am a candidate, for City -I
Marshal at the election to be held ea It pys the hrmer to plant only th be L We8 i
April 13, 10W. I repectfully solicit
Electric Tatr the support of all voters trrspctive question not of "how chesp," but of "how Wi."
The attendance last night at the of party alllaton, and prombae to
Electric Theatre to see the combined faithfully and Impartially discharge i I I I m I I Mnd.
exhibition of moving pictures and the the duties of the oice should I be We am ow bookn g odile r t s- al nsemabls We
illustrated lecture of Ross Crane con- elected. Respetflly. W an ow boo an oA m m .*qMMM We
saisted of a most appreciative audience CHA8. C. WARREN. -w illbe dto-mud you priemas q ---u
and they were well repaid for their
presence. There is but one R l respectfully anno- ne myslf a W. L MlMI M U NMlT C__ ,,..
Crane and he is a whole company esaddate for the oBee of City Ma__
by himself. sal. to be voted tor at te electko r
Tonight and all through this week h Arl 13. 1b. vt o leted I wll X8r1BXB JOBDAN. W. rA M
the moving pictures both ln the after- lAithfully dischar1 the datl of twi & _O aA o_ ua
noons and at night will be worthy of sinc without fear or favor. I re T
anyone's attendance. See them while tpectlly sohlt th e otes of all, Ir MA
you can. for It is seldom the same respective of party aBilatU o.
pictures are ever returned, it being C(HA. M. DELL.
the effort of th'e owners to keep them m A
moving to different places, so they will Northern Visitors. IN S UA N
not be repeated at any city.
M. C. Mclntosh of Hawthorn was
Six Nights "Go o sYou Pieaso" Ri*e in the city yesterday. He states that .J I OCK GAINESI PLUO B .
How many tired fathers and moth- there are more Northern people visit-
era n this town enter this race every in that art of the county this sea-
er night carrying town enter thi race ry on than in many years and that real F reLIf d Aid nt *
wonderlgt carryingwhat the matter is. Chance state has bn more active there than .
nder what the matter for the same length of time.


.re the child is starving-worms are
eating all of Its food. Most children ..
have worms-yoursneedn't.White's TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
worms and strengthen the child Price Tablets. Druggl sts refund money If
:'. cents per bottle. Sold by W. M. it fatis to cure. K. W. GROVES IsW-
Johnoon. nature aI onON& TH I& RE AU R
Making Improvments. Cynleal.
J J ila)nlMan. w ho on,. v(.nhid-.r A ('hiclg professor says. The man TVnever plItaloit 90ti 0 to anyone, and to the union
til. r.pi.rt'y he.r, zitd i ho ha,- agailI who never parleys over cab are. who bured it may mean u
rill-,\dl il. ti ill to) th, 00, -i.o -it Dnevter aS a the pr es Oo a msend ad duftt it rn aim
ii *t% a..1nl, ida i h, r,. .iniig who bibernates when he's broke carp. lln Utter ruin. Don't aI
,.. i moe IkingA r a ot. r ,, ., ~i eI n .. r ife an t tlitble amult against fe- jW OUe to IO
t,..-t- .1i1 1 i: % 4.t ,%1 .' tLe tcriticism "-Kanss City Star. w 0 ull to be a n
001 1. ,,II,, ,- 1 ,14 .1,,q:A 1t. *the terror-stricken, as the
Sli.t, [ ,h .i' it Ifg tortiriug skit n eruptiont,. .lt.rw)ll whose property i
.. cig fltr,,,i ai ) drie oilne lid ct)ovtretl Iy juud pols.
lt A want adit 1 egltiat( t a trade i lat n o iii.nitmlt brivits dquitk r,.licf et'i# IIta ed llt',' ever fear that
'ur )ou--of son thitig you don't need ai I.-Istig u V l ft tF at wl ll. I,,. o0 Wiii be swept


HO 4 t11!4 I'lkoTECTION
ai t ng l tL :.. t ..l .o t I. p driam n? 'II l 'ICT .


D oes "--_ ,.'or the H air AL N C. USHMAN, Agent, G ',;n.:"ville,


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The b meyter pown o at Pfsut -
aRy ae hesdn Uain a arts of
bar e a m em, s oaver"se pile

SIme nmty is IviMded by tea
a m the new snemy will
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Imia EMu on railway Is am ob-
m a et to PKera ha Key.
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Mae .ee r oa .ted to adsi.rl of -..
U. s ay.e a a a dded of the dto
retla bo e atle l a Northern Ra a




oad rem mr l tary Matters.
AW. M. W ~tte. the Raveford trphe









ome overat O&M. to tow n Monday
te me that *ataceh L or hi. whoa
had bee vBard arto m ooted around
U. ,tve. natirpve of that towd .
PtiMaMtl bs lde m app ll to math e a
Sroot erled up.tary man their ar-
W. r Whittesa the awellinrd tarpon
etae operator ain to town Monday
wounds with his little boy Walt ofr,
danr e-cal assistance for him. Walter
had bees wala barHaletooted around
the premise sad was bitten on the
Had i n oly probably, probad bly
an Iac river. TA rpea ie had t-
mediaely beaen applied to the wound.
The loot swelled up, but on their ar-
rdval li Starke the swelliln had sub-
aMed to pa great eotnt and the phys r-
isa, after avin attended to thliver
would, pro.ouced the bu y out of
danger --Stark. Teh~lrspb.

ad melancholy, bottle obably A used by
u ir ctUe ler. A badache livr make
toa cro land fevrritaend all livertl
sad physical depression ad may re
The datrouy. Bafor llarnd's Herbiu
is acknowledged to be the perfect liver
regulator. If yuea re blue and out of
sorts, get a bottle today. A pusitih.
eare for btllouu headache, castlipa
sa. chills add fever a all liver


SUFFERING


ONE YEAR

6rLy e LPlc-















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A TRIP TO OUR STORE
Will covince you of the advantage
of buying your Grooerile-fresh. can-
d. bottled, boxed or In bulk-from
a. Ceanlneea and care of stock.
oourtous and Immediate attention to
customer, prompt delivery of goods
ordered seat home and the eminent
fairnea of our pricing Indicate some
of the reasons. Give our store, our
commodities and our selling methods
a chance to speak for themselves by
making the trip.
SAUNDERS & EARLIL


Foounded 16 I Icorp't'd 1 w |

Abchia County

Abstract Company
B. R. Ckleon, Pnreidleut
J. W. Blanding, Vikc-Prwauent
R. C. Bme-ns. Smc.-Treau.

This cm{uI)' lm w'r\,al tin"..' |I,,i
of Alacus county for iearl) a quar-
Wtr of a wiltury in itaicllltUi
LAND TITLES
aind an' fill) r.-rpan-.l tI "ie 0s.11-
Iplete ildl rllatin,, 4 to ll ii10 youi r 1ti1.
('oIMUle t rt Ul Imt uL IAI l-Adl i iiy
L ai a r w Free iuM
I F -TE TITLE WUTM"


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A Very laha App@L.
lwtb. oMlimwbgappeal ffrm bnia re
EIrc4 by the lIt" mnowrIN pWOW dIn
the city Iproem:
may ft please rw7eU' ebisp that I
an VI7 Radsmamud I belong to the
stabomacate tOWiNSto my Poeru
ty amudubmlha I esminetgam
Umapby sany p I f eIaoslewulsg
V methr an WSW members IN my
hapW pow d P146lelabsomily-my
ps pmaudsmob. 7my ermal
opm'andmet. .7nefter. ow GaN.
Myself Mywfb MY lOft dalffter.
ow @meaddav~heer. Memue. I
I-b-eo-at beft M uW
bow I ha"vest am now m ath
-aftobook ad I emrn aisammy
him pw p ow*gmle ufybowtso
dr equest yaw hudaftto rm
med mewat It"dAM atYew
ft NSO I Ie iLemsIaM t

lo a Sbip LsauL
%4m bbweltdbdpiue C:'.7 bcc
swvMm e So ans u.th Wa mo
ftj2 some mug daft snow ter
ft betat o -aps @ lWmeat boom.ow
of sobeboibe, I tbbis ha.
'ov, isokatdomesemb!
11 -me, a ei
0260am soet~whc
mas sinaI oe. an to wheth.
nomw tbov aemw dto leave It to the
gmt pom",uby.whbopposo to he as-.
Other -%wo uldnmm They estw
Pod MOM mdpolloulto theale sk
VotteW. I rsmLtold PaL Is
out e ass of toe m To
Thle bParty samed kaowlaglyat
the SUM e bi spvro al mnuses before
hesheek his hea" md repie:
sGemlemm I really coumsi ntoi
is& r.~ a st momrIn athistwa.'-

fon COLD*s andGRIP.
RIsks'CAPUDINN Is the beatreme-
dy-reves the eskag and feversh-
ama t "e mod an uretoes
senomcal d~ems. IteUqoi-'e ofects
humeasly. Me. Slemd 5h at dru
If va lrad o o
aft my ftl mmae m u
IN" asdmae m


PIANO


CONTEST


VOTES




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AIra


Tbis Oopa may
msted wth the


be ea t aThe Sm ofee or at either of the rteM
comet. NOT GOOD AFTER FEBRUARY 5 MA


1 G. S. Merchant & Co.


Reoalere mad Jebberm IN

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
A.4LM fA t i atJ la G SP ili-. I


wraIq, Swarc De eo ts r tI zeriltA
SOUTH SID0 SQUARE -G-- aAINIEVILLL. FLORlA.
itgheMt market prie* paid for Chielskes, Es and eiths Prodes
A Complete stock of Hay. Cors. Ots. Floor. Bras. a6L CW
Gead Meal and Ry. We handle osly the Very SMt POO
at laweet Prleu. md gwarate. -stift al WI


The Fay-Slhleo Visible.


ALL KIMN IUF0




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WHOLESALE "_



Groceries and Grain
T) Tile T'lE 'lt.%Il: oMNI.N


No Order
tlh Ph ses215


Too Larg*
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WE


YOU


To become identified with this bank. Your finsam
matters require the M. attention wlidk
this bank's offioers give to its customers. Your bI.
new will be managed M kMl I b wie lm t



THE DUTTON BANK
W. R. TROMAS, Priident. E. D. TURNER, (ahier.


THIS CouPON WILL Nor BE GOOD AFTER FEB. 21, 10

Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sn


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So.S. So.RHEUM4A'F
73omothomis c w mby -.m ex l uric aw in thI1
bto the houbSI*US l al slgetiou, er
bk 0aritif.1thed symom ,=2.L~-
adolpmtmmce.Thim uric acid muesast1m an aA
ofthe bedFtIWIe, dpreU it agwv
th e add tithugh whihIt is Umj1-0
oft,=oftche hlh.=A
~wbat am o. It 1 dowi dint :?theouPW.
uric addM md driving It rm the blood, 10% by. ~'
amm a &,wmnk, yigaagtpalm
im,~ adbmina week ~tanuurst blagthn--a

kw51to mtz ad dw Ab amW by
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THU DAILY SUN: GAINDYILL! FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 28, 1909


lopplY


ase asdGesesdaeM .





S -1AW OCK
I Tm.4 WL s

inpeWla Isth lbsMty.o
asca llttM t ~



eM I amus lefst a se
$ifd -wo fees&n addeltoae
i s. 8 ma de knaot en


M* eve to ry Ne Ijrave
-tl secsn we endeo sa
4ON" al l theSaem adethem
T.e pnws l, ia will be


ass ya P the toaeliat



r I1 ,re sedonda tat nonaser

off"I.T-- s auInrda Is eM -.

Hto e adla ht res re i







to a probe in & taftein
S tw adingo hotels ain ore
by the travel ng
l red second to none a I

M. Trammel Flopritda's ef-

Sj Nefrom the newspapers
Ai be deserves them.

o stbam at Fernandina have
The bankingl business
iam p to be as profitable in
m as it is In the interior.

w reamad you that in order
Ia the city election on April
e" pay your poll tax on or
a asm enaturda y the March

a that two "spirits" will
f o selection of the Speaker
s fir a Legislature-spirits

ad te seen whether the two
wU ilmte their forces or be


be a problem in I ts Ben-

at -a elected body, and
Is -sm loUare for life. If
S vM two parties remains bI
A kWg tis naturally the pf-
sld. mT d of the Senate
r thOe vacancies caused by
W rmdaston are illed by ap-
Sthe same u politics as the
18tThe result is not good,
Obe t rneh llweytisfartion over
Sw Ol, Senate is considering a
of hving two-thirds of itsu mem-
elected. The idea Is to have
h I aw divided into senatorial
I lskEmber in each province
deter ied by its population.

I MMS that the saloon men nowh
l lOaJe business in this State cant

S mted to the people. In Geora -
l mme seree, where State-wide
was enacted by the Leglt-h









"Lsdslature, and the-. tw voted
~ ~hS people at a gt'ncral elt'&-


DEMOCRATIC HOUSE IN 1910.

Widespread interest among poli.
ticlans has been aroused by an article
by William J. Bryan In the March
number of Munsey's Magazine. entitled
"The Future of the Democratic Party."
Mr. Bryan in his paper carefully
analyses the political conditions of the
present day. discussing the policik'
of his party at length.
"It is more than possible-it is
even probable." he declares. "that the
House of Reprmwentatives to be elect-
ed In 1910 will be Democratic."
Sounding a word of warning to Pres.
Ident-elect Taft. he continues:
"The President-elect cannot possibly
satisfy the expectations of both ele-
ments of the Republican party. With
a Republican Senate and a Republican
House controlled by what Mr. Roose-
velt calls reactionaries, how can he
escape conflict either with the Repub-
lican leaders or with the Republican
voters of the Missourl Valley?"'
nl discussing the tendency toward
reform legislation. Mr. Bryan says:
"The Democratic party is in sym-
pathy with the growing demand for
remedial legislation; It is therefore
rowing with the tide, for the tide is
onward. Democrats, recognizing the
responsibility of their position, and
strong In the confidence they feel In
the righteousness of their cause, are
prepared to wage a winning fight
against an opposition already panic
stricken."
Influential Democrats declare Mr.
Bryan's article to be the most Im-
portant political paper printed since
the election of Mr. Taft last Novem-
her.

FRANK CLARK.

Hon. Frank Clark has firmly cement-
ed the ties of friendship which bound
the Sanford people to him In the past.
His deep Interest in every movement
that will benefit his constituents has
won for him a large spot in the hearts
of the people.-Sanford Herald.
The people of Florida never had a
better man to represent them In the
halls of Congress. He is in every re-
spect the peer of any man now a mem-
ber of Congress, and the people of
the second district of Florida are for-
tunate In having so able a man to rep-
resent them. He Is a broadminded
statesman In every sense, and no
member of the House from the South
wields greater influence at Washtngton
or stands higher in the National Capi-
tal than our own Frank Clark.

The Gainesville Sun has a smbecrlb-
er, W. 8. Jackson of Lakeview, In
Alachua county, who walked iteo The
Sun office the other day and renewed
bis subscription for the tweaty-see
ond consecutive year. There's our no-
tion of an Ideal citizen. A mana wh
will keep his subscription paid up for
twenty-two consecutive years to his
county paper and read it regularly.
had all the elements of a good citizen
In him at the start, and the educative
influence of such a paper as The Sun
through all those years could not fall
to conl'rm him in t',e right in wiit
ever aff.eted his qual'.!les as a mem-
ber of the community and make him
at all times an ex' niplar and advocate
of laM and orier, education and in
dustry. M,-n In good standing on the
subscription books of their county
Iimper may always aiK a rule- be classed
as d**lrable ctizeus."-Llve Oak Dem-
ocrat.
Pratl'rty onr ha ,' moved their
f,-.c,.s about ft'. fe' t bulh on the
houth t'idt of IIoundary ,tre.,t. and the


work of rocking this thoroughfare will
soon conmencel When this pal I"g is
completed it will afford a good drit'.
from the public square to Paradise.
four miles wet of the city.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the
ien.e. of ~ruell and completely deranug"
the hole yBtctuU when entering it
through the a mucous aurfaces Such
articles should never be used ex.-ceit
on prencriiltona froui r.putablel ph)-l
(taziu. aA the dnliat ge the)y % 1ill d- )i
t-iai fuld to the gOWd )ou can poa-rly
derir e fr.,n. tht-i l l.liI C:'arrh
Cure. r,.I U 'r. ti'tli d ty l JV ('h*C n-Y
& (C "fl'ol t-d ) () itili:1 x Ilo II r-
dir ctl) up n I th I d .z d I int 'l 1 "
,Ltrf.ia. N -, f ti.. 1 .' A (t zo It, 11111
Hall Catairii rh r b turte i
I I be gii-U -i'e- it l. ti, k. t L i ter r illy
.1 ul .1t i tl h 'it i'led* 0Lo I lvy F. J
hC.ich a & f) T Uluio 11,3 Il .
Sold b> all druggaLS 1 'ric. Tc per
aItke C 1.0 'dFAU.l!) I'> is fur us.tl
: I tiuQ.


CURRENT COMMENT.

The Memphis Commercial-Appeal
says: "With Taft receiving the cheers
of thousands of Georgians. Alabam-
ians, Mississipplans and Loulsianalns.
and with Root speaking to Arkansas
legislators and President Eliot an hon-
ored guest In Memphis and Nashville.
this peaceful Invasion of Yankes is
becoming momentous."
The Charleston Post says: "Mr.
lryan ought to have a place In the
Inauguration picture, omewhere along
the line of march, anyway, that be
might see how a President goes Into
office. He will never make the prog-
ress himself. but be would be an ex-
cellent witness to the ceremofly and
could Indulge In some Interesting re-
flections upon the meaning of It all."
The Chattanooga Times says: "CoL
Bryan Is reported to be making $125.-
000 a year out of his lecture business,
which moves a comtempo ary to ask:
'Why that man ever wanted to be
President is not clear.' Tes, it I*-a
corking good time as President for a
few years might fetch the Income af-
terward to $200,000. Just think of a
dollar a word for African stories!"
The Hartford (Conn.) Timies say:
"A week or two ago H. Harriman
was In Georgia, telling the Atlanta
people about the possibility of putting
ten millions of dollars Into the Im-
provement of the Georgia Central
railroad If the politltlens would only
treat him and his friends right Sine
he arrived to Texas be has beguns to
tell folks there that the interests he
represents are prepared to Invest
about fifteen millions when the Texas
lawmakers .et hback tn lidlatita as


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reasonable cittenas In the interests of
the State. In both cases Mr. Harl-
man was undoubtedly speaking words
of soberness and truth."

The approaching session of the Flor-
ida Legislature will have other things EFIYCTVY 0XD0. I. l9 .
to attend to In addition to the prohl-
bition question. Many of the present
statutes are defective and will have to Leav Gainsville for Micanopy, Fairfied d
be amended, while the convict quoe- al points South....................... 10:10
tion will undoubtedly come to the Returning, are a ....
front. The uniformity of school books iDg iV De e ........
will also have to be dealt with. as well Leave Gaineville for 8ampson City, Pabtdk
as many other matters of great m- Lk City Valdost and all pon N h 6:0
portonce to the people. O**
prtanc to the people. Returning, arrive Gaineville .... ............ :


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mtned edis yeaCe ws bt not later than midn
hb oes mst ole uey. Tickets on ale February 28th, March lt,
-Sw-eetlis"e-esE. iesold REAT MILITART PA uAlE-
by dxugdas In fifty* For further information, reervations, etc., call on naanit Tihet
Lefst an one-dolbar Agent, or write
ve abotueb ous may- fA. W. FRITOT, Divion Paienger Agat. JacksoMevillb, Ph.
bymail in.also a W. J. ClAIG, free,.al
pwo"mpet tli-aUf all Paaenger Tmmmc Apseill
about Swamp-Root, as Tlngon C
Wonial received from mSeers
who found SwampRoot to be J"t the
remeCdy needed. writagDr. Kilmer
&t, Co.. Bihamtoo. N. Y.,be ars aad
mention this paper. Don't make any
misake, but remiember t e Dr.
Lmer', Swamp-Root, sad thmd
haem .Y..ao rtia.. m every bttle.

mI ui WIME Air Line Railway
iuam.Idis.hatsass .nis Asvife WarMld, L Laasester Williams ad L C. Desae. Releon
errla9&.m. D wa orauese
"S- e"ilZ. 1 4 bet SAVANNAH. COLUMBIA. CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PIN&,
,iNaIZ r bi o f e RALEIGH. RICHMOND. WASHINGTON. BALTIMOR1 ,
s. e a is wviraswft PHIILADELPlIA. NEW YORK.
aI s mi lw THREE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
SFAB)AlRlI FI.AHI1A I.1MITED,
,EAI)ARlDl Y:.\l;N-lR()UNI LIMITED
S EAI I I.APllI l.' I iHIlDA FASTr MAIL
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
qILJ &I3 AI)CFA IIJ rl I bitall .I it I l ll IJ[r1 5iUIIrllmi V Wt


IU[Ita 0 AP Dr IF& Aso '-
IN ALL COUIEINIS

o" .tam"dowe*. "nan"...t Pvsc u LaiOak*Jy
WSAWbIPEGTON D 0C.


TIM Ie AltPAlfl r i 11A1il ,.L i.iIiTE rl--owidM rPi1u aU 1ee"
lila- trtuin. (co-,-Iht4Ig of l'(i,:ln ia ('Club Car, Obbervatlon Car and
1i',I I .ll I living t'.s r I'. ,w*i .n I. re. City atnd St Augustioe; Pul
1i. in. (',<; .,rtni'ith ('. 1. ,' A i Jirsey City aud PIal h beach;
S ',xti a IsiiruAIIiK t i. i i r,- btee-tn Jerbey City aad
S I' lght a K y.v Illmi i' -. C ; (' 11.d Miami i l .e-ave St. Auguastia
1. 1) p Lu. azd Jatkauusallile 1 j p w d.l!> except Sunday.
For full Information and *sleplnj car reservatlen eall am
any Agent Seaboard, or write S. C. gOYLSTON, Jr., Assistaa
General Passenger Agent, Jackenaville. Florida&L x .


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Valued at $3,,151

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$3,550.00
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the highest
numbe d votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. .
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : : :


Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
T toe f etd i*m -- to @M "toft-- My a- e W fo --" f I r ..... ...17
Teo mtaiurMs6h@anMu I tsihakW uhw for.......... $11!,M

These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the par-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get

Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
@or every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The oGaineeville Hardware Ce.
Phifer Bes
Hyde & TemAh.
nr V a May ke Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sa odace. Votes seat by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Departmeat of The Sun.
OlasevUile, Florida.


Rules and Regulation
1. The contest is open to anyone Ulvinga
Alachua county who Is know by the coaductve
of the contest or vouched for by some repstai
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the W
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible O
participte In this contest, and will partIUclpS i
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding betW~S
candidates or others interested in this coMta.
such controversy may be referred to the eM
ductors of contest, who alone are the rpelS
qualified to reader decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decides to Uw
draw from the race, such candidate will asot I
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of amo(-
candidate in the contest


TIIE DAILY STN
O"d Iutbortelb Ne w SuberLM
$1.5-Thre months' subscription ...................... 400 votes 500 v
$8.O0--8 months' subscription...................... 1,000 votes 1,900 m
$5.00-Or year's subscription ....................... 3,000 votes 3,500 v
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 vote 30,000 VaI
For a club of ten six-mooths' subscriptious (before April 1).. .25,000 votes 30,000 ol
There is no limit to the nuIluler of cluls each co(Itestanllt IlIVy v.curt.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00-One year's subscription..... .......................... ... 400
For a club of five one-year subscriptions ......... ............ ... .. 4,000 r
'l'thenr i, no limit to tl.* he ziii l'er of (cldl,. ;I'l, coiutestamit i1 ty V ,"Irv.



Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the


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os. Vilt u lE 0130e10 ,,, J ey.m -
H^ M U 11O 9 % A little w. r'. a little swet 0
.d e S A AD U011TIS few brief. Y4ing years. : ,a lle. F t Si ers
S.o 1 to Aft t hm an @l oe tears: a little r.,tin in the sh.,d b p d oan" a-. ,loo-m
alrre a S later- have ben troubled with a chroule ow. a str"ule to the height ftle Ylen mse seiald is eam Mi Vs m ea
*lJ', I es. tesai lad bronchitis for A lon usearb fr Eldorado-aod then we may neari and d s=iter ad soem ml
0 a tert &d at mad have tried many remedies without god it. Some moling t the stril me at iety -r if k
g-o mae day adlang relief. Through the kind and C lanor;: ome years In doubt and at her Ast l ad ein. Why Ie 'It s
le the snVtiom of a friend I tried Vilol, and t: e w we o as o h b d w
*M^irne at~ after takin four battle., aa arly er that e we would ft rg tWw: snow tiIir-o e sogis dSI
Malnu mberat- eurd." A. H. W 'lbe. 733-tth Avenue, cbwy lwwek n MSha th that m. e -910dn4ss610sl
l w fta per- Minaespolls. Minn. mad* ed heart light; the banquet., SMt ibs a is mlebmebusae.
tl?0" ot. "wbhpe- .& McDonald. 147 W. Oon m with Its feast and drinklng-and them
webb$Ctylow r e St. Parfl. ninn.. writes: "I con- we may d night. Rome questtomanl W nmg w o m b" 1 1 0 IN d brn
g m *l^" t -thought I o',:ld Lrver cet rid of It. I of the d ee. while Gd, who never WIeMe *ld ead Ao om a 1 D.
thes nY oteban- d tried Vinol as a last resort, and it hasltep or wearies. Is watching over- Hs*** Pweedo Peess eas. I
a d aayotM completely cured me.. bead: some little laughing and some gel wr t laee
lleIS0.10 Vnol cornb!n' two world-famed sighing: some borrow, some delight; a eys aid rdd- a. 608.&
sa tonicq, the healing., medleinaiPper-lIttle modec for the dTing-and them No .,e&oJ, or hebit-foriuld d eIn
Pi1 5 ut e O ties of od 1Vier oil anq totro, da- tod ih d--Alt lnsn Era. Any sick woumm my out
ttr- boa. !icg y. .. "J 4:..c to ports (cauette. eld es ,.edly comdeatiel, MMd w2
II tIyc conwm ed 21 v'.t h : : .-, ,', .- t: .. rea one World'o DsLpenery Medical Asseveates,
1st. F.ur4TwP.nnt e:Vin inis .. .el as a a trencth- Many ills come from Impure blood. "
CHujt.cUudtL (L. bu'ldr fcr o;1 I d 7 '. d .1;-ite cL.I- Can't have pure tlood with faulty di- w ada. re
e ome way. c apttin dren. weak a:d rnm-tl0 wn pro-ons, at- g ution. lazy liver aud sluggish bowels.
on his ret rn ter sickness and for ChLronic Cuuhs. Iurdock Blood Bitters strengthens t hoe a SMI r W
o T ar"Cver d the sadBroachittoah, bowels and liver, and Pmriblued-ia fact they "tart most t
4 sateret continent the bWetesoswthat iLe 6n11bo.pMW
at S leesp tfor the VINOL is sold In Galneeville by W. flesh the blood.
and aihts, t and M. John w, DruggOit._l -
E mIa ..;r." &rgCZOFAe IaUrAing irem n.
y ad his party, re- Not Prticular. A studious fireman looked up from M3 A lmOAIIOuIs I0 1 tA
their futile 1Mi e. C lve S i a ladiej' luncheon himbook. a .-A O._
o 1906, slaughtetred doned by an elderly te "In place of all these here electric A. S OF EA .
0 oxen on TIten was t ound tb l a rt engines, automatic chutes and am om," IPause I hs alet t I r B.slaesmr.
n themund th.atalaudatoryai lhebesaid."the only Instrumeut theyha d re be _;_ W. e8 4o5 o me .1006it
north of Green- bout her t 'd n ot len vry rutle or th i th n tume te th sA.
~yse and nights there- into fight re with n the seventeenth s m l a" iMwm1M a o 1,.
,ll:m~ln g.litint. Amd INA omdeqisvf ran
.aside th*Ir snow 6,I kn.w we!l." sild the espInter. century was the syringe. ruder the aS S- elS k r law. aS
idl ano w F nilling Iehind her glittering root of every building that they emba w es the roflwlo Ws- Ir M
0t l, :f tw.,: tacles. "that only dlrlinteln 0pnt-e thouIght worth govin-like cathedralsp rofes f itsa- am*- a
the Ile of t ,ll man tn, "that only dierlini nt.ingprsiE and snch-therewere bligtanks to catch sere
k N Oa*"41qnt ns. file with you."jWgi I.b seep as00*am o f
S'T an't .j'ri rN you.ut derimi nation the rainwater, and beside each tank t a aneeM bearl emil -thed ias e
,._.__.._.__ "T',t t rh utri ..dinatng hong a syrnge a yard l a. The ma Mor tm6 a1s mtw .
Sp'rarw. sw-red lne. Care. "Ful- s aM ets* haredema s
s-- _ins ,L- ne .tir~ is )d eouoh for mal e when a fre camie--qrt, Squirt, they sveaw. Melesoe ShWes es4
P attr what it Is-- eogfrm."went with tbetr syringes, and ththehe 66 tday At =. A.UIL
S good ertment -ahtn Star building quickly burned down to the Wear I ry.A.U @a
gnd."-New Oreans Times-Demo-. L W
b.4M4aft1IN4ash crat. x Iu C la Aimeba ie .f


I AIImENT r 0 uK SWLs... CASTOR IA WIAMS' MNT
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BY A. W. BLAIR w o* t -- 211 West Bay St. 0P..s
Orida Agricultural Experiment Station maSureo- Jo J. J WILLAI
CAs Go0000 C.XPRES PAHL
oge ,oried by the decay. In low wet places. of grasses, weeds. E W e II T fys.
-d$ eves tree.. Being so largely formed from vegetable mat- 4 PNM Quart ................. s10L
mohe richer in nitrogen than ordinary soils. They usually also 0d lM Quarts ................ VS
iamsts of phosphorus and potassium. No systematic survey *12 QUts ............... 3.15 1
a& o Florida has yet been made. but such evidence aI has1 T|7r a d111at (1 egh a islft)-..A
tei lMnds to show that they are generally very acid or sour. I Quarts ................ S &
I" -M Qumr"n ................ 4M
DraEaage*med. Fa.. aramteed mad All NI u2P Quart. .............. .L
ma are to he cultivated It is obvious that they must first he Work Old x _aIa
is necessary in order that they may become the home of the lekesmes: AddASm: ll ................*.....
ti Uroorganisms that play an important part in the making biuddms & Bhm OA VIL B. r a Q.rt. ..............
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S9 itadlag water.
Cultivation.
M aMid he deep, especially at first, In order that the air may
the soil. Muck soils often contain substances that are
eves poisonous to plants. When these poisonous substances
She air. they are probably oxidised to a considerable extent,
A free circulation of the air also improves the condl-
1i1ebelp01ment of the useful micro-organims.
Correcting Acidity.
+ DWtrtials for this purpose are finely ground limestone, air-
e e d ashes, and marl. A fuller discussion of this subject Is
P -o maneary in most places to use larger quantities on muck
p p anlsoils. If limestone is used. two to six tons per acre
011edW. It lime is taken, a ton and a half or two tons may be
I Mter1il should be thoroughly worked into the soil one or two
the crop is planted This will give time for the lime to
0k1 destroying the aclds can be better appreciated, when
6et the microorganisms that convert organic nitrogen Into a
11 he used by plants cannot develop in a highly acid soil. The
N lMe also furnish a suitable base with which the nitric acid
Ee7 umite, thus producing calcium nitrate which can be taken
I b to he used on upland soils, it is also necessary for the acids
oat. This can be done either by composting it with one of the
It- 11dy mentioned. or by applying the latter when the muck it
Ohwlllrds. and thoroughly mixing both with the soil by cultita
lBa he Improved by simply drying and thoroughly airing It
i ldmay true of mucks that contain Iron compound.. We cannot
1 4Y field d of such crops as celery and leituce on muck laud
b e a bet-n larK,'l> d-.troyt.d
ly hapi.nals that a imuck d-pI),-it is uInd.rl .idJ aitl marl. or
P taiail)y to a ltme-.to nei, forn latio InII ku (;it ., '! t Lot
1e Mid. and might not require tht. ti.at flmnit itth Unit.
Pertilizers.
*llf t ig -1-.0.i.all) rich in nitroge- Ihould ol-n a uld think.
S Ue.l if a ),. of the. naitioge, i,,., ,n rtili 81i -i l't, ho rE
SIn n1i4n y 11 ;Y As-s th. y d reqtilre- .q, d1 ..'. I'
t e so r tr i ,l illi|,i .t liti (t.i .li. t l '
o l e C l% rt t la. rt I ItII .;i .r l l t .. ... 1 1 '
t litt1 t~ thi u l1 fa or.1l,'l et-l' 1 1 hi .,1.. ,1. I .-
b Is fornu m ,ouin .relal fertiiii r %ill ',. r. | i I!t a *i
S 1 .as A, lm) ,taliel Ir1ui .4- c ,1 i tie4. I" I,'1 f li t" I
0 sN lpthate of amln iaulaIt a rll i o cr..l,t 1, i ti- ,I t'tr,'c ii 0,,ll t-
W i'" aad caie or I u(i lanac ,.hould ,not,, oo I, i I, l. frlil. rU 1,Ti l '
415 M Ut0e a rld coud itron. ttd th. l l,.i l,'Au.-, list r i *- Al .l-'
" S rtoullo ih it r-1.,'li i'litt,. niitr i, i,: mi>'d l l-,t 1-h i lot ,- u.-,'
. i^ M f For phtlo ,,ll a.r i ull grou r l "I 10 .* l Ulli I l :,I,'. .
a t~o r taw u of fl.'l. Krouxd pth. i ht, rot k I o ..l I' Iui
" 11 i s uch hoUw.l, vt.r for imuliltdt Iate ,.tul t. a or futur
ae ida il i h. l u lt k IIIl e-r graidui ll <..i x rl t. i-I '1''1
Ioltlto the allablt fulin l' ,r Ipo'.A 111 s, 41 1f th, Ie 1 'd aIt"
11 S ak a, bci, en U t-d ton l hi lt u k sut ll f lllhf ast i 1I I* '
"g Mhes are an excellent bsourc. of ipota'th if it 411U bt
-Ice or bought at a reasonable I'rice


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to the public generally, ik uar e e ment and ia their Ithed ee
tton with the extensive let distance Ititn.
line* of the Americn Telephee and Only by ees ef thi el t
Telegraph Coempny and the ether nf arrangement .ta.. th. -- Te-
sociated ell Telephone eempanlee. phene eempnil I t p eslM e tl to
AP E We own thousand ef mile f leng a eIll Telepheine aime1t asy-e..
am", Idistance lines In the sevea States In ask fer *Le Distaese" and l a
which we operate and in addition can -eemui"eAtles wrth a i0t ai y alai
|connect ay telephone In our eyitem In the eeUntry.
win exe l nd ni to ay ether Oty Thi vast wk we,
in which a Bell Telephone system ie ing throughout the natlNt, is
Oft of wee *Pees. daily In eemmsree and ITN eselal M fe
These* Io distance lilna are m the ponse by the hanker, the farmer sad
meet modern and Improved censtru. I citizen In all walks of life andl eP
tlon and are maintained at a high pI lant here Ie an Important link ln thi
otate of effciency. The Sell eyetsm. great chain.


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;o,.ad W~at Is
1...gumeeland
ft of otwecity.


dm m sow for tonight.
S -a- at Rat herwtr'

i 'mtr tonight for excel-

d pictures tonight at

atsrs" at The New

df Dmtton was a visitor

i9ilWe. Tonight. Electric
We to est.
l t of Piles and Bots
L| i might.
oM f ligh Springs was a
|:* l t yesterday.
I 0mttiU paid to ladles'
j,' sRestaurant.
. T. Wills of Starke was
kltl rs to the city yester-

L, ester of EvInston was
S3gay on a shopiug exi|-

0 p. 0Q Ramsey left yesterday
ai the western part of the


a Sbr and Glen
-e amonMg the

p of Tacoma
-, a rote to


Moore of
visitors to

was In the
her school


says he is "Not the
le De-Hd tonight, and he
eaviace you.
aM Tmk is guaranteed to
S er, molds and lagrippe.
aIM by W. M. Jotnam.
One ieof music for only $1
alm week-nothlng at this
t b aste. Miller S Vidal.
L& tal wlW leave today for
SUM d MissiMssppl. where
he ~tess pertaining to U.

e 0ad Chat. Laraen have re-
am a vibtt of ten days to
-iM they took In the sights




iIscoLI


Shoes


arnes


Smerv.e and Wa-
S hoe, .Harness
Oeg leather goods.

l1wo War at

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keeps pliable for-
| LYou nDotd o rultlers.
iV"Olize your 8lstn s.


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Con"'- .aid seI, tihe, l trick Thi atire
lto illita: i-turei tonlligh
Cedar Key oysters, day and night
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
BS' Conl Chuhh In the orlglial hrnn.
mlnt.trili tonight at The- N What Iu lynch will do to them
In "-Iy and Ily at the Ne~ l-ainal ti
night will be a plenty.
(Galesvillle Quart.ette IIIl he, heard
to advantage' In the Original lomn.
Mlinftrelt at The New ltailn tonligi
; A. liearh of Floral Cit. i* alis,, ao
the %lltorm to the city, ha ing coni.
iIp to hI-tid a feA day.s ith his family.


.n.rs A. V. Sadler. who has I.-eii
spending the past several days in
Tampoa. returned to her home here% 4-
*" r+l,- .
1r.. It. I'Lhit r of lIti h .lSpri:1g.- i
In thie city and ill s|l-ndJ some t liu.'
here listingg her hl.-ter. Mrs. MN. It.
Saundtrs..
Tax Collector Dickinbon and Asses-
*or Colson left yesterday for Waldo.
where they spent the day meeting the
tax payers.
Everybody's friend-Dr. Thomas*
Electric Oil. Cures toothache, ear
ache, sore throat Heals cuts, bruises.
scalds. Stops any pain.
John Shea returned ye-terday from
Jacksonville. where he aent to be
initiated Into the Knights of Co-
lumbus. He Is still living.
Cha-. de Martine has returned fron.
a visit of a week on business in the
western part of the State, but will
leave today for Lake City.
A. G. Masters of Waldo. a former
merchant of that place but now cou-
nected with the Seaboard carpenter
crew. was a visitor to the city yester-
day.
Clyde Richardson. one of the popu-
lar young men of High Springs. b, ent
Sunday in Gainesville. There seems
to be a special attraction here for
Clyde.
Mrs. J. C. Dupree and little son.
Carl. of Reddick. who have been visit-
ing the family of Robt. Dupree for the
past few days. returned to their home
yesterday .
Cabbage crates; sawn slats; two-
piece heads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo-
cal growers. Let us bock your order.
Melton Lumber Co., Micanopy. Fla.
The mnagnifcent Everett-Grand pi-
ano that was used by the Bible Con-
ference in the Tabernacle is for sale
at a bargain. Apply to A. R. Harper
Piano Co.. 106 Main street, Jackson-
ville. Fla.
Tunno Mixaon of Jacksonville, who
has been visiting his parents in the
city for the past few days. returned
to the State metropolis yesterday.
He is attending one of the business
colleges of that city.
By stopping with us, you will be
baved the annoyance of having to get
acquainted with a new manager every
time you come; the same proprietors
for the past nine years extend the
glad hand to you at the Brown House.
Misses Dorian Ellis and Sallie Mc-
Clellan have returned from a pleasant
visit of several days to Tampa. where
they visited friends. They report hav-
ing had a pleasant trip and saw all
that uas to be seen in the South
Florida city.
Mrs Hugh Powell of Oklahoma City.
a former resident of High Springs. ar-
rived in the city yesterday and will
be the guest of Mrs M It. Baunder-
for the Iext few days This i htier
first Ilit h-re since nio' ini to th11.
\VetCt rn couitr' and she naturally
notic(ts a tood many changes.
The marriage of Mil, Kati, Mae'
'Carter a ill o<- church olilrioro lihtorill K a i 7 ;,


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TOISWILL INTEWEST OTHERS
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NOTICE!




Our Store Will Be Closed


on Tuesday, 23rd,


On which day we will move to our new


store-the old "Hyde corner."


We will


be ready for business there Wednesday

morning, the 24th, and will be glad to see
new customers as well as the old.

Assuring you a hearty welcome-


MRS. R. WILSON


Ten cents to see the moving pic-
tures at Electric Theatre tonight. Two
hours of constant pleasure.
Mrs. W. C. Jackson has return&l from
an extended visit to her old home at
Greenville. much to the delight of her
many Gainesville friends.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek,
Fischer and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L HIll.
Planos for rent or exchange.
Thomas Redding of Greenville is the
guest of his daughter. Mrs. W. C.
Jackson, as Is also her sister, Mrs.
James Dougherty of Jacksonville.
Mrs. A. H. Emerson of Tacoma and
Mrs. S. D. Feaster of Micanopy were
among the visitors to the city yester-
day, guests of Mrs. H. H. McCreary.
Tickets are going fast for the
minstrels tonight. Better have that
seat reserved now if you want to get
anywhere near the middle of the
house.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by W. L LeGrande; city water, elec-
tric lights, sewerage, bath, and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCreary or Sun otice.
Attention is directed to the new
advertisementt of The G. W. Hyde
Company, in which they announce
tlinr opening. Their buyer has Just
returned from the Northern markets
and bait not failed to purchase for this
grand e-ent.
Mrs. Those. V. Porter and daughter.
Mlima Ilesie Porter, returned to Jack-
sonville yesterday after a pleasant
liit to this city. They are always
heartily welcomed tby the people of
(;alie-sillhe anmosiK ahorn they renided
for s -ev-r.il c-ar,


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1-!.t !t tl.* II)? at leala
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Dr A E :Cline. %t to-riiary surgeon.
1 ;o- 4-e-iutad ottle-si at ('r&Asfeard &
Ia i-. ,-tltale awl tuulle itim a barce of
It O'e 1,1111111t, bi-'iite-P~i. Heihoa gr~duatte
-f the -Katoaba Vt+r~maary Colle-g anid
jis here to practtle e his pjifew io.it
('Alls aubsered day or night liurs.
Ie-ntli-try, cattle and dogs all receive


Realty Transfer* Monday.
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Kenut tu Oli~er L) Kwut


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M" at aesfor les tum a loz
wrdsww ask MIe; s@ bacuimal Urn.
evwy wW4ovrdeach sub eSsntkg as
an additloaI 1150. CASH Is alum.
waft acopany all i4 tor n'or
Irns "ot* aslama


FOR SEKNT.
POR RENT-Two six-room cottages
near square; one furalshed. Apply
Telegraph office.


POR SAL.

FOR 8ALB--Co r lot M 1 l2SM m
an West Maim t. L earth ad hBu
dary St., ext to Je E Karifa
WW sol at a baralse ad a ma
tRms. Apply at 8sm Aeo.

WANTED-MALE HELP.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
few weeks required; best paying
%ork within the reach of poor man;
-.an have shop with small capital;
%.axe-- fromn $12 to $2e, weekly; won
de I ,en-. nall, d free. Mlol r Barber
('olle.xe. Atlliai a ;Ga


First


ODWAHT9M


FOR RUNT-4Wlv"aM SMAW h'

FrOR RUNT-Vivemin *WWon
block seat to *own;city ohs
electric lights, bh re Wmi4
oilrm emvakmamss. W at f

MOR RENT-4bvssmrumttesU ; U
Water., electric Nowtsbahe*;ad an
modem. anvaealsum.ApW yA. UL
Wlttalock. 461 N. Arrodeab de
Church stnets

Pran SALE
FOR SAIAL CHEAP--A wed, umia
Seallm saw. JL CL 3mm.
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GaevIll; Some am a sM

able earaet Nf umaa to pay Mi
ash. Apply at ea im.O

AGENTS WANTED.
LOCAL AGENT WANTED-A hbut-
ling asenut wanted by a Narther
commission house to solleft comam .
ment, of fruits and vegnatabeA. h*
ply to Germain. Orklamo, Va.


tional Bank


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Established Over Twenty Years


llIT1 STATES EPOS ITORT

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