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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 26, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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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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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: VID01589
Source Institution: 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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1:3 p. m.-Afternoon escort Jt
Preguiet Taft by the military and
vie grand divisions from the Capitol
to the White House at the conclusion
of his tnaugural address.
3 to 6 p. m.-Review of military and
dvis grand divtlonm by the President
lam his stand to the eourt of honor
i &robt ot the White House. Near
him will be a general reviewing stand
Mm 4.*M0 persons. Over 100,000
pu ms are expected to be nla the line
atf Maeh.
1:N to 9 p. m.-DDiplay of ire-

$ p. u.-lu g hral all ia Pension

Samers that come to Washington
I wito es the aiagratm will be
well tMakes re of np to the tiae of
the aetaal begintang of the cere-
me kes Tem that moment am they
will have to look ont for themselves.
It Is probable they will not be able to
eat e Oe enough to the Presidetelect
to hear what he says, but by stand-
I lan o tlptoes sad struUlia with the
eftw O the v iwr without a pell ay
be able to get eating g9 pses of Mr.
Tat wile he s do livertag the imaUga-
ral adlrees. The vilstor will have to
talk his own chance to secwrain a
plate to wateh the parade. As Pean-
sylvala av se is a mile lone every-
em wnil be able to see the parade.
Al wil of course be able to witness
the pyrotechnlcal display.
There will be ample accommodations
hr all who come. at exorbitant rates.
Washlngtom has always considered Ili-
auratl day me for moraln legitl.
ast prey of the visitor, and undoub-
tedly always will. In the summer time
SIts as dull in the National Capital
as It s hot, and the hotels as well as
those who rest rooms& ad -*ce* ,.,o-
date boarders look longingly toward
winter mad the convening of Congresa.
lnguratom days are regarded as op-
porta1tIes to take advantage of. and
all ndcaMtUa are that the regular
eitemo will be maintained on March
4. Amy other city would undoubtedly)
de the same. so there is no use treas-
artag any ill-will against Washington
Outside of the exceptions noted, a
cordial hospitality will be extended to
all. Hundreds of guides will be sta-
tbMed at the union station and steam-
boat wharves to direct strangers
where to go. and to accompany wo-
am aad thoee who desire it to an)
part of the city.
Asade from the Inaugural cerenmoniess
there is more for Americans to Kee in
Waahingtou than in any other c to in
the world. Half North and half South.
It is Interesting for the character of
its population alone. A week a lirit
to a liberal education in Itself


FAT 'POSSUM FEAST

FOR GOV. GILCHRIST


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FOR INAUGURATION!


DUPREE


CLOSING TE GAP


BETWEEN MlSS ELLIS AND HER-
SELF FOR LEADERSHIP.

Catherine Haile Continues to Poll
Good Vote--Mary Daughtrey and
Mesa Sanchez Also.

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oA shoat 5 years old weut to ti uuAuauculted for and the ip-ople' of ,
IM d rete4 d a lot fromI Johbu Newbrry arv iateure.ted as to whiat i
has bt'cume ot hiw lie wia. thout fthe '
Sem which be pitch his ten ft h ibches tail. weighfd .a&t ut :.ie
I d In the c tdy busim iIe pounds, had ligt hair id e.
d doing busimea uaUl the ( lighbt ccupleauot if anI or okiiuws \ia..
I fubnrry It h. sine which utt hbl whereabouts or bha u un him Mr.
p ho bes *wee The mam slce February 1 th they will blig-. sis.
Iad in the test. aI d the Mr White by comimuua iuntl withb is.
,It mAiM e the bet as his at New berry M.,,


I ARY 26, 1909 TEN CENTS A WEEK




WAVE OF ECONOMY



HITS CONGRESSMEN


Senate's Efforts to Raise Salaries of President ad

Others Turned Down By House.


GIVEN AT THE HOTEL LEON BO
MISS HAMPTON.

Beautiful Place Cards With Pen and
ink Sketch for Each Guest
Present.

TALLAHASSEE. Feb. 23 In one'
way the citizens of Florida hate the
advantage of the citizens of Georgia.
in that ahen they are bidden to 'pos-
sum suppq'r here they arte able to eat
with appetites unimpaired by the har-
rowing recollection that each plateful
consumed costs them the ice of their
winter's supply of wood.
At the Leon Hotel. Saturday even-
ing. Governor Gllchrist was tendered
a 'possum supper" by Miss Clem
tiamptuii. Miss Hampton had been
kindly remembered by Mr. 1). W. .(
ScarboroughofChattahoochee in a gift
of the popular animals,. and the L.eon
chef. by courtesy of Mr. Eugene UIda.
manager of the hotel, did his best
towards presenting them in a dish
toothsome enough to be ,et Iwfore-
a king." The deliciously cooked and
exquisitely served seven-course din
ner was a mere incidental. "'possumn
and taters" was the dish for which all
appetites were whetted.
Place cards,. decorated with a wpen
and-ink sketch of the creature before
be had bemwne a sacr:dc'Ial offering
upon the a!tar of the ia:est fad in
gastronomics. bore the following an-
nonacement:
"Our Governor from far Punta Gerda.
Who melopgs to tt MPeoic Otlder.
Is ilav'td to dinner today.
*Possum and Tate's to store awav.."
Feb. 20, 1!09.
Gov. Giathrist. guest of honor.
The guests who were the happy
participants of the feast were: Gov.
Glchrist. Messrs. J. U. Kellum. A. H.
Williams. G. 0. Andrews. Charles A.
Cay. Mr. Allan. G. T. Whitfield. Me*-
dames James 0. Gibbes. C. A. Ca'v.
Genovar. Lawrence. G. T. Whitfield.
Allan. W. N. Seats. Miss Thomp-
son and Miss Hamnltonm.
Later in the evening the beautiful-
ly decorated drawing room wa filled
with guests. bidden to complete the
enjoyment of the honored guest
by engaging him in a game of bridge.


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WASHINGTON. D. C.. Feb 25..
With its war paint on. the House ye--
terday by sweeping majorities many
times defied the Senate by rejecting
its amendments to the legislative ap-
pruprlation bill providing for salary
increases for the President. the Vice-
Plr.eside'nt. theta S)peaker. the judiciary)
and for the creation of the offices of
under-secretary and Fourth Assis tant
Secretary of State. Party lines were
oblite rated complete-ly.
It wa- a regular field day in the
lower body, where oratory and con-
futsion ied with each other for hon
,r< Not during the present Con
gre.. s hat the Speaker been comnpell-
ed to a ield hil. it:vl with -ich force
to bring aI'-lt # rd r. (If parliane'-tt
ary tangle. .,ih rr ,%*. '- t.ian). btl tlhe
veteran ; t-idtiig offih ,r enie:;gedl
front the iv! :%'Il ith hisi decision undi
puted'
Thie bait!' v.a'. d for ort(r' than si\
hour?. at the end of which the' lill
v..as 4 lit to (onf el i( tce.
Clark Leads the Fight.
',- r-. I'tndtrwood. Alabama. and
Claik. .lMtitnuri. criticized th.- Sent-
ate incre'-a-es. especially in reference
to salaries. Mr. Clark in particular
was emphatic in his objectlesm to
what he said were the "continual im-
positions of the Senate in the matter
of appropriation bills "
Messrs. Ilingham. Pennsylvania. (;il-
lett. Massachusetts. and .ivingston.
Georgia. the House conferee'. stren-
uously defended their report. which in
so far as there was no disagremen-nt.
was adopted
When the discussion turned on the
increase In the salaries of the Prei-
dent. Vice-President. Speaker of the
House and judges. about which the
coftferees could not agree. Mr. Clark
de-clared there aas much milinforma-
tion about the amount the President
receives. and said that instead of it
being $ ,e.t>Il). It actually) is $2,91.0o0
per annuin.
Cannon Starts the Trouble.
Ity a vote of 57 to 102 the House
refused to accept the Senate amend-
ment increasing the salary of the
Speaker
The increase proposed in the ProeI.
dentS salary from $7.0.o.oi to $looo 1 )
a year wa- r,-j-c'ted. the vote being
yeas Ill. na)sV 1'S Iteforr the an
noun,-cimnt -tit a.s made Slpe:Aker Cati
non dire'-te'd that his natmeli' r.-
coirdihd in thie- utffirmatil%
An untius-ual mPe ',e,, follow I M1'.11
l.rTe wre' on their f,.t-f in a general


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scramble for recognition for motift
of one. iuiot or another. The Speaker.
unruf.med by his btesi, .ers. held that a
emotion by Mr. Watmon. Indiana. to re.
c 1;e from the aruendelJint and amend
at so as to mak, the salary $7;,.O,
',.is preferential.
The previous qu,,.tion was ordered
and on the vote heing taken on the
tl dopt ion of the amendment it aa car.
rie'd. It;; to 1410 a lid Republican ap-
pllause.
President's Salary Unadvanced.
Th,' effect of the amendment illI
le to leate a here it now is the Presi-
dent's salary. added to which will be
tine $'.',.I> herotofor nppiropriated
for travelingg lex|'etnh. but which the
hill strike-s out as a slx-cflc item of
trant ie ortati'n. ic.
A long debate; was precipitated by
1 i lii gti;a -ll of.'-.rini ian amendment
I their amendi'iut of Tie lSenate desix-
;latitag the proposed inew official of the
..v lDohparttni!ni as "vice" secretary
tin-tead of "under secretary, and r<-
i ('cin the salary from $10.0e0 to

Strenuous objection and ridicule
elien came from all sides to both the
titles.
The charge having een made in
several quarters that the United
States W as trying to *ape" foreign
Ipowers. Mr. Denby of Michigan dis-
claime'd such a sugKgestion. The idea.
he said. was to make the State De-
partnment conform to the diplomatic
usage of all the world.
Bill Goes Back to Conference.
The amendment was vigorously sup-
ported by Mr. Watson of Indiana.
while Mr. Mann of Illinois. In oppo-
Ing the proposed creation of both the
offices of under-psecretary and fourth
assistant secretary. maintained that it
was simply another way of giving of-
flee to two additional people
Without an opportunity being aford-
ed to vote on the Ilingham amend-
ment the House. by a vote of x9 to 134.
rejected the whole amendment.
All remaining Senate amendments
pertaining to the State Department
likewise were rejected
The next battle was waged on the
Senate amendment increasing the sal-
arle, of jude.'s. including thoi-' of the
ulpreme' court of the l'nited States.
Finding then im lc- i, n a hil,.l3h"" mi-
it> rit $, :- -'oneifo-r*o -n c< n t' nl'litte0 nulof-
S a l l 'ti concurr,.tlf-. 1 all the
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DAVIS & OLIVER ARRAN" P OR
TNIS IN NW SUILDINO.


I Brck Orsred and Werk eon to Cew
m--a-.-WnIo Bee 1t Iaqippod
toabe 1 the State.

Datvis & Olver. llvermen,. will
start the work of adding the hec',:.d
gsory to their building as so n as t .
material arrive'. which it is huop'.
wlM arrive the following we- k.
They will pla.c a second story ot r
|the entire back part of their bullJiig
covering over one-forth of the block.
aad over three hundred thousand brirk
'vW Le u.ed iu making this new ud
dftto.
When assed what they would use
"s extrm space for Mr. Davis said
ey had decided to have It added for
the purpose of storing horses. Sub-
statialt and attractive stalls, well
veatlatod. will be plaoed all over this
new part and It will In every way en-
able them to better handle their In-
creasing besieess.
An electric elevator wil be placed
ia eomntiltoo for traiprorting t'"0
horses up and down. while a good run-
way will also be placed in the build-
tag.
The frout part of the building will
be uaed for the storing of their stock
of haggles. wagms. harness. etc.. and
the spase now allotted for the use of
herams sad mules will be taken up by
wagons and other merchandise which
ttWy propose to handle.
Although this Arm has been la bual-
sees only a short while It shows that
with proper energy and push there i
ample room for Galnesville's two large
and well furnished stables to increase
at all times.
to.a sad the two lectures given by
Gov. Robert B. Olenn were master-
pises His talk It the afternoon was
me that all young people could have
heard with proft. rging them to
bring themselves up to the very high-
eat standard in theipower. both physi-
cally. mentally aad morally. In fact.
ualm the physeal and moral nature
be at its bet the mental is not capa-
ai of doia Ua bhet work. Governor
Olan Is a gra d example of this fact
with his r physique, geal ma
I aad clean. moble features. He
us a poor boy, working early and
lat to eare for a widowed mother.
Ir hbads were not afraid of any bon-
eat toll and contact with the world
has not taken from b any of his
love for all things pure and ennobling.
Me tands strong or temperance, car-
rynag his State for prohibition.
His evening lecture on "The South
aad Its Poesibl Ues" was one that took
in the events from Washlngton'* time
until ow, and was one of powerful
theghts expressed in most forceful
and glowlag iaguage. One moment
speaking i thunder tones of scenes
that roused his deepest emotion, or
tolling with pride of the wonderful on-
ward march of his beloved Southland.
Oad her still more wonderful future;:
threat telling with a roguish smile
how he stillU loved a good old-fashioned
love story, or telling somethlug to
cause a laugh In such manner do we
keep our beart forever youns.


Professor Woodland's lecture on
"Absolute Zero" was a great revt-la-
ton to many of us. and caused our
eyes to open wide and take notice
when he threw snow balls at the audi-
oece in the form of condeused ga.
and froae beefsteak so one could
break it In only a momena'u time.
Also onions anad cranberries. fruse
mercury so bhe could use it for a ham-
mer, and then in a few iaoieutis let
It go back to liquid.
The lad) Washingtoni Quart-tim.
made its frAt appearance Wdtie4sda)
afternoon. amd Ha. \ a Kreat tre it to
muuilc lufr%r
Attention, U. D0. C.
The Chautauqua desirer that all
uet bera of the. loal chapiter- of the
flaughterm of the ('oufedt.rac mue-t
Mrs Ge-u. Ph kett after her lecture- at
the Taberuat-e tonight
Worem Out.
That's the way you feel about the
ags when you have a backing cough
It's oollsbuess to let it go uu and
rut to luck to get over it. whcn Hal-
ard's Horehound Iyrup %111 stop the
M gh and heal the lungs Price 5 t.
e aad per bottle Bold by W
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Our Grand Early Exposition of Fine Ready-to-Wear


Millinery, Shirtwaist and Walking Hats

As well as Special Showing of Fine Ready-to-Wear Goods of all


the new Spring models, will


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Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, February 24, 25, 28


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AMUSEMENTS

COMING ATTRACTIONS
New Baird Theatre.


Thursday, March 4.-Dandy
Minstrels.


Dixie


The Electric Theatre.
New moving pictures every after-
noon and evening except Sunday.
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"Dandy Dixie Minstrels."
Among the attractions booked for
The New Baird Theatre is the "Dandy
Dixie Minstrels." a big company of
colored performers under the direc-
Lion of John J. Nolan. proprietor and
manager of the world-famous "llack
Patti Troubadours."
For a real negro to be as good a
negro minstrel man as a white man is.
according to general belief. Impos-
sible. and such a spectacle is
uncommon. But the people who
constitute the "Dandy Dixie Minstrels"
contain a number of men who
are real comedians and whom
nature as well as art make colored
entertainers of genuine merit This
company is a very large one: it num-
bers forty people. headed by Hilly
Kersands. with the Cotton Pickers'
Band. and a stupendous Mscnic and
electrical equipment and all the de-
tails needed to ensure an absolute per-
fec' performance.
They come to TbheNew Baird Thea-
tre on next Tharaday night. March 4th.


Card of Thanks.
The undersigned take this method
of extending our heart-felt thanks to
the kind friends for their symniathy
and kindness in the death of our
darling little baby. Dorothy May. and
for the floral offerings. We pray the
bless.I:gs of our heavenly) Father uKlmn
the.m Stinercly.
MR. AND MRS. J D. WALKER.
Six Nights "Go as You Please" Race.
How main tirod fathers and roth-
ers In thiq town entter tl-Is race ~*.rv
night carrviug a baby? And thea%
wonder what the matter is. Chance-
are the child is starving -worms art
eating all of Its food. Most children
have wornis-yours needn't. Whit*,'!
Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the.
worms and strengthen the child. Price i
25 rents per bottle. Sold by W. U.
Johnson.
Cied in Paradise.
Robert McClellau returned yemter-
day from Paradii.-. where he was
called to embalm the body of Henry
Couger of Palatka. Mr. Couger bad
only a few days bince went to Para-
dise to visit his son, who is employed
there, and it was while on this visit
that he became wick and died.
CAPUDINE for "THAT HEADACHE."
Out last night? Headache and nerv.
ous this morning? Hicks' Capudine
Just the thing to fit you for business.
Clear's the bead-braces the nerves.
Try IL At drug stores.
If you have lost or found anything
Jo not fall to keep your eye on the
elasifled advyeratiag eolma.


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ORDER BY MAIL


Largest Stock of Men's Clothing
IN T'Il ENT''IRE M)"'li

N( \ <)'FEI{il:) AT

GREATLY REDUCED PqICFS


Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats

$11.10 to $13.50 $15.00 to $11.00 320.00 to $25.00
VALUES VALUES VALUES


$6.95 $10.00 $15.00


B. H. LEVY, BRO. & CO.
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GInlaeill4l, Fluids.


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESMiALF. FAtPilIA, FEIRI'ARY 26. 1909


g s CHECK COTTON GROWER SAYS

SIT EM nn AR LAW SHOULDBE PASSED T PHn
DOnLLAR LWHOIAS TFI FPKNA


o" CA H CK FORGED ON
M 9EN FOR 19i.

,Lo MDein Immense Business
SOwinU potato 8prout
fr Trmneplanting.

I 7b. 25.-The death of
1,6 greas on the 18th. though
bees t ill for some time. was
a &a great shock to her
geju4s. She was a prominent
of the Presbyterian church
so saneb beloved by all who
b1 Hser funeral services were
by Rev. D. L Branning at
and cemetery, and were
gAmitade. She leaves a hus-
ad -So who have the sympathy
If le community.
j 4 ad f or $19 was returned to J.
gavW by the bank as having
ar eet signature of Cauthen &
It was found to be an out and
pIry. Another with a genuLne
of the same which had been
&M$m 4.50 to $20.50 was paid
5 k t- and both were payable to
Walker, a colored employee of
& Co., who falls to properly
ae irregularities and may get
e asble by it.
h I lggiln outfit of Eddy's mill at
S1.M Neights passed here on their
'I y Qiatey, whither the whole
il- o Is being removed.
I& IL McKinney has bedded out
,ftwf 6smag d and two hundred bush-
S fo sweet potatoes for plant. to
@ I T. K. Godbey, who has put out
4" aMM thousand bushels also. and
M lboser quantities in order to
u gl t* annual demand on him for
i u- sp-routs, which runs up to
;I s Last year he sold ten
i 0 nd dollars' worth of plants. In
g.'f cabbage, tomatoes, onions.
[i 4Ik pling them into various States.
,' A Tbrkat affair was a reception
6 by Mrs. E. W. Millic-,n a few
t -' la honor of Mrs. Charles F.
Sb before her removal to Quincy.
S,-' ITib elegant new home 6 a% a scene
f' ea tyI with its decorations of pot
S10 Iserms and cut flowers Seventy-
0 in lvitations had been issued and
It S nmed nearly as many were pres-
L Delicious refreshments were,
S IanM sad delightful music furnished.
T1O m0e of those who took part
S ne naserous to mention All who
' Wn there were delighted.
Mir Daisy Hicks has returned from
3l61m11am, Ala., where she has
buM tSged in teaching for several
Vr. a0d Mrs. P. Hall will locate
I sIain as soon as a house can be
I-Nred. They are at present board-
is. He Is on the 8. A. L.
J. L Neal has removed hi i mer'han-
di Sad Mrs. Neal her millinery into
00 Hicks brick block recently va-
Sued by W. D Finla -on. who uiovede
hte the Strickland lbrick lhi.k.
Te partnerbhilp of A. Tur.ner &
So has been di,,ol.ted and I: A.
WTur becomes the success or
Ni. W. G. liaailey gave a splendid
lithday party on the :oth ainiiiver-
My of Mr. llalley'a birth A variety
Iklicious viand were btserve.d Mus.ic
Miss Alice Strickland on th'e pIitio.
i. Bailey on the tiolin and iMr
heushma on the cornet was quite
hMtare of the occasion
oio rains have facillitat.ed th,'
fatg of corn. beans. squash. etc,
W market and g.Tird.lN for tin, hun,.

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7 the Voters of (Gainleille.


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"NOC" OSTEEGIVEN

WHISKEY ON TRAIN

SUPPOSED THAT HE MET MIXSON
AT HOLDER SUNDAY.

And Invited Him to Drink With Him.
Suggestion As to How Mystery
May Be Cleared.

The Sun Is In receipt of a letter
from anit old and Iwrsonal friend of
the editor of the paplr in which he
has the following to say regarding the
late tragedy which occurred at Holder.
when two men met their death from
Supposed poisoned whiskey.
The Information puts a different
ligLt ulon the subject from what has
already been published, as it shows
that Osteen had the whiskey and un-
doubtedly met up with Mixson and
gave him some of the poisoned stuff.
The letter In part follows:
"Noc Osteen. mentioned in your
daily as being poisoned from drink-
ing wood alcohol, was a brother of
Joe Osteen. formerly of Crystal River.
but now working somewhere about
Montlronok.
"1 am infornimd that "Noc" was on
the north-bound train Sunday morn-
ing. or Saturday morning. en route to
Holder from Ilade City. when someone
on the train gate him a bottle of
liquor,
"Ml theory il that when Osleen got
off thl train at hIolde.r hbe got Milxbon
to drink with him. and the re.,ult is
that ,both are dead. If the party who
gt'e ()-tfeeni the- liquor on the train
(n Il- h.atle.d the. hui) tery might be
cleared up"

The Pure Food and Drug Law
has not onily brought the foods and
I drugs of this country up to a higher
standardd of purity, but It ha e'linul-
na:tted the harmful miedi'iest with
whith thlis country was flooded
8tih rll'd i>in ", how T, r as L>..lid i
I' i'il

purt rstmll ttawl i tie rte ripsluctt
. oeIjIlliiei t bIeIa, ii-it ail %(irk aIIuDZig

Cave Was Play House.
The Eiig ouit C(i,.4 o. reel m We t -
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PROHIBITING SALE OF SEA ISLAND
COTTON IN SEED.

Says It Is Only Redemption for the
Cotton Grower. Whether He Be
Large or Small Producer.

Editor Sun: I have noticed several
communications In The Sun violently
opposing the proposition to prohibit
the sale of Sea Island cotton In the
seed during certain months of the
year. The trend of all these articles
is that such a law would be detri-
mental to the poor man who raises
less than a bale of cotton. Pray tell
me how it would effect his Interests?
Could he not have his cotton ginned
the same as those who raise a bale
or more? Of course he could, and
receive half a cent a pound. for the
seed from his crop. Such a law would
be for the benefit of the small grower
as much as for the large one. and It
Is the only redemption I now see for
the cotton growers. Everyone knows
that numbers of negroes, and whites
too. open up little shops In the fall
all over the country and buy cotton
principally from people who do not
make a pound of the staple, but who
steal it from those who have grown It.
As you well know, a certain class of
people can sell more cotton from a
"patch" than a six-horse farm can
make. and ft Is this class of people
and the little shop men. backed by the
factors, who buy sufficient cotton in
the seed from those who have not
made It-that keep down the price of
cotton and are working ruin to the
farmers who produce the crop.
If we had a law prohibiting the sale
of Sea Island cotton In the seed until
the 15th of December you would see
the Sea Island cotton producing coun-
try of Florida blossom like the rose.
but If we do not get some protection
the real cotton growers will have to
abandon their farms. I hope such a
law will be passed.
COTTON GROWER.
Alachua. Fla., Feb. 25. 1909.

HexamethylenetetramIne..
The above Is the name of a German
chemical, which Is one of the many
valuable ingredients of Foley's Kidney
Remedy. klexamethylnetetramine is
recognized by the medical text books
and authorities as a uric acid solvent
and antiseptic for the urine. Take
Foley's Kidney Remedy as soon as
you notice any Irregularities, and
avoid a serious malady. J. W. McCol-
um & Co.
For City Marshal.
To the Voters of the City of Galaes-
ville:
I am a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and ei-
ciently, night and day, and my record
is open for inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citl-
zen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past
Yours for order,
HlIEN T. ARNOW.

I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13. 1909. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Imnpartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
elected. Respectfully.
CIIAS. C. WARREN.


I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
un April 13. 1909. If elected I will
faithfully diecharar 'he duties of the
oflite without feau Jr favor. I re
spectfully solicit the votes of all. ir
rv,,-v ctuie of party affiliation.
'IIAHS M DELl.
The Ltbit of aU(tav riug ada. thai
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with lines extending to any other olty
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DAIlY S: .OANMTJLI, W OTDA, FR 1UATARY 26. 1909


AFTm TIUEEE
Tia4 101' This K9&'s

i yanY s ars I was attea~ed by
a esver eae of grippe, which left m
withta ibeekia so a, oreseas Ia my
aNt, ad meartbtls. I took early
every kld of nsmgh syrup sold a the
milMt, besides mdlele. iOve me by

I relied a permanent relief until
my a to try VInol,
and after ii wobep ea I mw
oitlrety ,un.
I beha VIg at be rsataa
blag erT r- to Se -publ, as
t doe what Io claimed r' Lt." IL R.
theha. 8a-ln ,. Ala
The reason Val as coMe
ee, os0.0 s ad palmmary troublMes
As bem It eomtalas tealse Ir aad
all the besma m body IbuldigM etl -
ments of eof vwr @l but as ell
VIaer to is alm usmdled a strength
buMder for old peopl dellhate dMdrea,
watk ads rua4m De p md dee

VIN I. sa m In Ga esowlle by W.
IA. deases 9usha.-,

A Cure Peor Immala.
Nest tte your slumber falls to ar*
t ea sMebedule titm east all thought
tf dimp ftem your mind sad start In
to Mam to yourself all the friends
yoe have had or mow pans... It'
mNhI mN iateremting than counting
shep. PWehalm you have only me
fm;d, but 6 oo Is emough-be may be
the mee apprw ted. Just thnk of
ow yoa eame to know each other. of
hew the ftadebip developed and of
tSe happy teeMMets that have marked
Wer MiquMltane. Or, if you have
s earthly frld s whatever. let your
tught 4dwFpon the great Friend
of the frieadmlem and how you came to
kmow b l. omehow the meot pre.
et f owr earthly friendships seem
peeO eCmpard to this oee that dls-
tae and time ad eve death Itself
eammot over. And thee is one advan-
"ge ki this attempt to defeat In.
Sealas-ee your wakefulnem wll
be ssjysbl and retful.-Iateror.
0 True Oratery.
Te oratory." midM a statesma.
is that whch bri ren wlts, is that
webt ceverts an audience of me-
main to an audi ce of supporters.
SeW oeratiry is rare. I have a friend
whmM wtte, a ma'ratten' is a great
orator. Bar spethes from the plat-
arm are wouderftl, and her husband
the other day ave me an Illtratoan
st the edkoem e ot bfe private speeches.
S*'An aiget ealled eoa y wife this
afterans he said, 'ad tried to sDll
her a mew wrinkle adileator.'
'And how did the man makl oat m
mML
. "'M left ton alf tan hor.' was thi
Smawer. 'with a groe of bottles of
wrinkle eradleator of my wife's own
-Mas- I rw that be had purchased
ftim ber.' "--Porm nd Oreoa.
Jedt an a ComplimenL
Coaxt D8adlamre Castiglkme wrote
of manes toIn xteenth century Italy.
"Discourse of love is based by every
nutiema. nao only when Im-
pelled by ardor, but also merely to do
boaer to the lady with whom be
speaks. The pretense of loving her t.
at any rate, a testimony to her worthl-
semo to be loved. She. on ber part, will
for a time seem to fall to understand
and anon will take It all as a merry

Hamlet
Had melancholy, probably caused by
am Inactive liver. A bad liver makes
one cross and Irritable, causes mental
ad physical depression and may re-
salt disastrously. Ballard's Herbine
is acknowledged to be the perfect liver
regulator. If you're blue and out of
sorts. get a bottle today. A positive
cure for bilious headache. constlpa-
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complaints. Sold by W. M. Johnson


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A Curie*m Strw.etwe.
On the road from Clitton down to
Avunmouth the traveler will pa. In
the 4 on g Ur, a curious structure to
wblc a saingular tradition is attaclad.
relates the Lo ldon Tatler. The story
is that a perIou named Ciok asout a
enootury ago was told by a gypsy In thet
Leigh wuodo that his only aei would
be killed by a wrlweo'it twtfore ihe reach-
ed the age uf terty.voume. Tu avert
this he bultl a bigh to,%er aud shut his
Sou in the l t,>>'.ite r',-'mi ith tilhe in
teritlcou or w 1ti :i tlltit titere unit Ithe
fatal ng* i m *a n l llwe"c r, b) at
kid -nt a i | vll r msM inl ii ul, Itn a f., ,
to tlw r'..ci t l hi. t lhe t firr. wid I
eretpt fri-in the* fiaxrt ai.d bit I t. I |,
so thlit Ihe 1h l T he l re-fo.re ti h tt .
w.114, to l *-.1 k ti- 1) Aid i I til.I I i' -
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litl i -) iA i lair iii.t 1 i ., ,the,. l fltti.
rd ume.libr.a.r B hei-ial.- thr luuis, alin
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W. McCoUlla Co.


LATHAM'S HOME RUN.
And New It Plgured In Having Him
Dabbed "the Dude."
Charley Comiskey told the story of
bow Arlle afthAsm reme to be called
"the dude."
"One spring dunnx Latham's term of
service with fixthe gd old Pt. Lo il
IBrowns," midk Comiskey. "be Jumped
lato the opening game of the season
and won us a victory by knocking out
a home run In the last Inning. Chris
vOn der Abe trom his place la the
grand ssad saw Arile make his seass-
tionsl hit and naturally enthused. Aft-
or the game "der bras president' enter-
ed the clubhouse and*ln that peculiar
dialect of his emid to Lathbm:
"* Arle. my poy. you mout be glad
that 1. Crt was proud it you, an' I
vTil show yeou vet my feelings is by
giving you the present of somedings
fhr you to wear on yourself. Take dis
order on mine own tailor an' so an'
dress up yourself.'
"Chrl' order on the tailor reed some-
thing like this:
Give to Arlle der t'tngs vat he
buys, an' send to me der bl"'
"fAtham didn't do a till he
strnirth of that order but rplekish
his wardrobe. For three days la se-
estsloa be sbowed up at the ball park
to a are makeup, and every slt of
clothes was brand new. On the fourth
day Chris not a bll from the clothing
people for $100. Naturally be met for
Latham sad demanded an exptanatio.
*"Why. Chris. old pal.' mid *Lath.'
thee's nothing to explain. Didn't
you agree In that order you gave me
to pay for what I bought. and haven't
I Just begun to buy? Why. old pal. I
*itre only got three sluts and expect
to be measured for another this after-
noe. What's wrong?
**Artle.' replied Von der Abe. *you
ris de one Infernal dude In de pixnesa.
I vill die bill pay. but you vill yourself
ro to der tailor an' mit him explain vot
I link of der Impudence of you your-
self. you ill alao stop mit de clothes
rm now hare on an' do no more mit
pitch fooabones mit der man rot pays
your atlary. Arlie. you vas one dude.
an* If you play mit any errors di-
nfternoMn I vill myself fine you all
dor bootiful clotlhe you have yourself
bought.'
"-rom that day Latham became
known to the baseball world as 'the
dude.' "

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
ache
Also Nervous Headache, Travelers'
Headache and aches from Grip. Stam-
ach Troubles or Female troubles.
Try Capudine-it's liquid-effects Im
nediatly. Sold by dr-it.
ret amn summer.
Conacerlr the reliability of things
Ia prnt., It is recalled that Charles
smmoer criticized General Grant ar-
agely, and some time after some one
was talklag to Grant about athelsm In
New England and remarked. "Even
aumner does not believe in the Bible."
"Why should be?' quietly replied
Grant "He didn't write It."
Gathering Ammunition.
"What makes you think our new con-
grassman is going to be so successful
as a speechmaker'" said one constitu-
at.
"Because." answered the other,
"whenever he bears a story that strikes
him as funny he g'e' Into thie hall and
nmake ( note ,f 11 I it ihi memornndumf
twhook -Washlngton Star.




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Learning the Duty of the Kidneys.
To filter the blood i the kidney'
duty.
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B 1 BIw imitatiln Is
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i- WWID Comma ectre P ta Hu
I- Petr e adch aditokal
ejrertlig made keows S

kas ~s eight page. forty.
pb-Mi aever We day sad
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GasssVM.K., PLA.

ISASNT COMMENT.

UiM Dispatch says: "Vice-
mur1 is scheduled to go
ad eat 'possum after the
But this imitation of
example Is not likely to
MaW space In the press dis-
os President Taft should
iMgeraously bad health.'
Baooga Times says: "The
Sa the Cuban Congress
alleys irom owning land
ad will bring on a gre at
A brn your 'Uncle Samuld'
glM become a law. What did
0ha for if we were not to
o privilege of po.Asessing it?
who introduced the bill was
a l'ong-headed' patriot, or
vry sky of practical compre-
i t what Is coming."
lP~hdelphil Record sa).s: Se.n-
jeftite may be a nuisance to
mil or unconscious col-
ik Uis object ion to the Ias.i-
tlheet debate of aIppropriation
ll Mbdreds of millions of ex-
ogbte to bear fruit. The,
of the big money bills
th i14Md of the sesaloti. to we
through without even a do.-
1011090se of public discussion. is
b blmi~le abuse. Go(ivernment by
ik OWMd the secret caucus is far
SJmetoaablte than "governnieit

111kmllagham News says: Times
tN Sd since the days of the
P IeI eatM ashington threw a
*91O the Potomac. but today
M will not go so far. WaIhing-
tM dnot even tell a lie. but to-
M Scbhool boy Can accoiiildiiih
at with hardly an effort Was.h-
Lessages to Congress were
la polted. He ne..er heard ,of
r5, reformed bpeilhlig. liiuck-

Wiast dream0.d of, r...4t.! sera-
a purely l ,,r-oal himtt r
sch read, aid.b to Ipoiqlarityt
Gil.ie by the Wispt li Iht -t,,..r of,
h White House, It i. all th,. Ioet,
g abethat he btei'i-'d e'as-ily aiad
lato the niche abo alil ela
W blibed, 'First in W rarat ii
P rat V in the lhedrt. of liia,

tlie Regl ,t'r w.a'. 'The'
Milhy ar maajority of th".- ib(iieu-
WIngs Of the Seuaatt' Judiviiary ('om-
W 1n. )to reliert that i're'..idei

hrnsea r did reeglg il dir. etilag the
tirer of the. TI-zaai,.:. I.. (' ~i ;etii


VeS11a11Y. is a rehial..' to the,
whether the. A heel. ceoalifiiat
ba WSim the TCImlrt (or wii t Tho j1*
640 in s 11hu tihat the. 1r- I -
46Sftiat Of 11ezeburt-p% fem- cm' 1,1114 the.
16* Of UJAIA~ ful eiiIildtel i'Y
Sby U16 &)~il igeWi &
IB ROdit 1 (MP # %1 11;1%e
55" the Ifli r.d truI hu lii. r I I
S' f 11111ifted~ 1' ha' (I~ l .. 1 ''i It.
9011Prauaded iiiiie I t I~ih jig allt~ill
b1i drb 'A~i.jig1&.i it & '' U ', 1 1






22 It IM!,


CLARK STIRS UP RACKET.

An A.- t ated IPro-s d .ii l tc h I i, i
the following account of how liln.
Frank (lark stirred up a racket Int
('ongre'-t on Tuesda i lat:
I.-Iing to a questionn of the igh,-
pliliege'. MIr Clark off. red a r.sein-
tli n pro\ldling for an inv, tit:igafltin 1
tl's. conin itt-*, oni judicltlat y of thie let
ter o(if Secretary of State lacr'n of F, I1
ruary 9. I"9.*o, who reinu th' ,'oretitar
deiprec('ated the, remarks of Mr Iahllis'
of Illinois regarding l'anama call I af-
fairs, in order to a certain whether ori
not it was a 1ohilotin (if the privilege'
of the' public and t, make, re'commen-
datlon accordingly
"M-Nssrs Payne (New York i and
ters.treet (Inldianal sprang to their
fe 't. the former demrnanding tlat the
resolution be laid oni the table. while,
.%r. O't) I-tr.et mnide a |itint of order
that the resolution was not prih i,.'s'd.
In the meantime. Mr ('lark wnas np-
pealing for recognition, and finally
got It. He quoted the constitution In
support of his resolution, but said
that whether or not It was privileged
the subject should oe investigated.
"The letter of Secretary of State
Bacon, he said. bad been scattered
broadcast over the world through the
press: 'There has been filed In the
archives of the Government. there to
remain as long as the Government
stands.' he said, 'an attack on a mem-
ber of this House for what he may
have said in debate on this floor.'
"Mr. Rainey. he charged, had been
denounced in that letter as having Ut-
tered an untruth in debate: 'was de-
nounced by the Secretary of State at
the direction of the President.' and
denounc-d ina an official communica-
tion to the representative of a quasi-
foreign power. It was. he said. one
of the gravest breaches of the privi-
leges of the iHo(u-e and an indignity
and insult to the House.
"In an elaborate opinion Speaker
Cannon said he preferred not to pass
on the plint of order and sustain the
!ame. but belleitd it nould be better
to let the House take such action as
it saw proleer on a decision owerruling
the l oint of order. 'and whether a
question of prlihlege' is hivolved or
even a shadow of a qlues ion of prini-
I-ge ,o euldi be for the Hliousae to de
ternuine.' He thereupon overruled the
point. On a motion hy Mr. Payne
.New York) to lay the resolution on
the table. .Mr Clark succeeded lit
forcing a roll call.
"lly a strict party vote of 1 :' to I 2,
the resolution was laid on the table."

If the t'iited States Government of-
flci.ls are correct, the Ameorican Sugar
Itefinery Comlpany has lret Hart's
*heathen Chine'e" bIxaleni in "ways
that are dark and tricks that are
vain." Scales manufactured express-
ly to be manipulated during the
weighing of sugar to defraud the (Gov-
ernnient right under the eyes of the
iia letors is a hat the company is
charged with havliig.

In tw.elve )e'lirs. froia I,,t-e to l'.T 7
ihe niiuli r eina'el, d iu manliliufa:cturing
in (;.ermaiya has increased by I..iIM.(M4ii.
while th' liin ilU ler eigatged ill agri'ul
ture haf decreased :5o.IoNi. This
inot only shows how rapidly (. rmanay
has forged to the front as a maniufac
turinglK nation,. but al>o that it will ha'e.
to hook imore' than ever to thi. country
and Canada for food .suppllies

The' I'nilted St .t, S supreme Co('urt
tia.s gi',el s meli > I tie tru.,t a l>;d
tei.l et bhlo iln deicidling that trnit-
w i! h I elr ,l 11 r r .. Fraint ef tr;adil
i. niiiot e .ll.ei t feor del.is iliciirl it Illi


(1. r an ill, g.al iagr ie. ii t Ftt, M.igh
i.r.e ev id,.iihlh I itlitlt 1,I) K hI g that eoi)tlil-
nalltin i-' "fl capitall are t- o be ulirii of
ftl ir iiiJi-t l ilm rl -

Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as nirlr ury aill itlr,. d.il -triY th tie
.se*ll'e f .-'l i1 11 atll ( -ii .i ,in l 1e I ri' ra l:
thee I whole- t. -'lit I l ,en it rW'via It
I tieite ugh ti e' ien i- r' .I I,
I rt.irlcles I -ip li liet .,r le > 1 ell < \< I l
,,i e i ipt, i It i n' ii e It o, e r 't .i! 1 I
I i .. ii f. I tl. i .'i 1 t 1., )1' %i
0', f- 14 1 t,) th I,' 0 (O i I
' r1 I, o fr )t:i l i t *I ('i ;irrri
Sie > .1 .' t' .4 I ti, t' A I

I. 1 e li I 1 I I '
:,rf ,, l WI I I 1 iii l ,'
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tinil ('.knl.srnlI tIe I


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in! A~enit dn I I el *' I' I'


Riley and the S*etchman.
.,t 1oi,,e F..ield wRs feotpl of re lting
the f -ll'wlng story of J ene', Whit-
c-;i,> l:ilery: "T,, tir p lWfl the ip t !t u
nne or the return s%.'Aye frim lisi
rnpe it was prolinlieed t, gi tv a eern-ert
in tlie al.-na ef tlhe uhil, i iti e-liertaln-
merit to whin b hnil a pihle>i' of alillting
their fellow ipnm.'nger" shoultl cin
triteiitS Mr. miller w q asked to nre-ite
sonlp of his original poems. nild of
course be cbeerfully a-r'ed to (lo se,
An.fnt the number present at thlO
nihlotien entertainment. over whl.h
the Itev. Myron Reed prrk4dedl. were
two erotchmen. very worthy gentle-
men. en route from the lAnd o akes
to the land of blhcults upon a tour of
Investigation. These twain shared time
enthusiasm with which the auditors
applauded Mr. Rlley'. charmiln red-
tations. They marveled that so versa-
tile a genius could have lived in a land
reputed for uncouthbnes and savagery.
"Is It no wonderful Donakl." re-
marked one of these Peota, "that a
tradesman suld be iak a bonnie poet?"
"And is be Indeed a tradesman?
asked the one.
"Indeed be las" answered the other.
"Did ye no bear the dominie IntryJuce
-him as the looler poet? Just think
of It. mon-just think of slc a gude
pot dividing his time making boo-
ler'yr
Hew to Kill and Coek Peesum.
Just how a possum ought to be killed
and cooked is told In the Atlanta Con-
stitution by an expert known far and
wide In Georgia. He says:
"To kill a possum his bead should be
placed beneath a stick. Stand on the
stick and pll the possum's tall until
his neck is broken. A possum requires
careful treatment, and to cook one to
perfection a peculiar arrangement is
necessary. A pan ta lep should be
provided with a bole In one end which
can be plugged. Coals placed under
the pan will slowly cook the possum.
and as the grease runs out of the car-
cas it should be drawn off from time to
time. All the time the can-asm should
be basted with a sauce made of pep-
per and vinegar. In the meantime the
potatoes should he boiled. When the
possum is almost done the potatoes
should be packed In the pan around
tue lgKssuIU. a little sugar sprinkled
over them. and then the gravy which
has been drawn off from the pen
should lIe -iurn-d en. after which poe-
sum naid i Iteatoes should be browned
to a turn."
Ccmpaslienate.
Small Mar-le drew the picture of a
dog and cit on her slate. and. calling
her mother's attention to It. she Paid:
*Of course a cat ought to have only
four less, mamma. but I drew this one
with six so it could run away from the
dog."-xzehahee.

WASHING WITHOUT WATER

Is Lwa fryt *e O* Gota 3M C mrU

Did you ever ** any one trying to
wash themselves without soap & r
aater?
If you did what would you my e1
him?
It is every bit as fooish to try to gt
rid of Dandruff and to prevent aI
nets by feelding the germs which cause
it. with Canthrarides. Vaseline. Olycer*
ine and similar substance which form
the principal Inmredient of most so-
called Hair Vleors.
Newbro't Herplclde is s eeofm be-
eaune It attacks a4d kill the parau.tl
germ which feeds on the hair roots
It Is the orilgnal and only lenuime
scalrp a0rmAIide manufactured.
Sold by lesdinr dructrltsa Send 1e. in
stamp. for sample to The Herplclde Ce..
Detroit. Mich.
Two uiues-40 eats and *I.-.
J. S. odl:ord & (o.. Upehil Aggeai.



ISecond Carload


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GAR =-YM& UMAAMUUS we
ENWlY GOOD HEALTH


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TAKE IT MOWS


OVAMSamw LMumt C
ST, LSO %LSL 4


Wd. M. JO1 TBSOIT




Tampa & Jacksonville Rail"

EFFECTIVE DEC. 38. 30


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... ................... 10:10
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:2
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palata,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:0
Returning, arive Gainesville .... ............. 9:0U


A L Glans, Gm. st


$2




WASHINGTOI

ATLANTI


L.. Swkb, Tirs


-AT--w-A


S5.30




I, D. C., adRENIMM


IC COAST LINE


PaUE -EIL[CT TIFT
Ticket. on sale February 28th, March lst, 2nd
and 3rd, final limit to reach original starting point
not later than midnight March 10th.
--@BEAT MilITART PARAII---
For further information, reFrvaytions, etc., call on mea TTi
Agent, or write
A. W. FRITOT. )Diviaion Pauenger Ageat, Jaeamvl, VM
W. J. CRAIG, T. C. WHITg,
Psaenger Traffic M ianaCer, (ene.r P. i
Waln.ington, N. C.


SEABOARD'
Air Line Railway
N. avif tn ar!l**M, Lamesa*er Wllliam sad V. 9'. base ls.sesdm
3AVANNAll. COLUMIIIA. CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PIN#M
RALEIGH, RICHMOND. WASHINGTON. BALTIMOAR,
1,,l0 '.' i I NE'W YORK
THREE ELEGAL T TRAIN* DAILY
r'Al A.ltl> FI IIltl \ iI.MIT l),
S -:.\l1A 1* VIAl'I \ '-1l{01'NI LIMITED
1: \ \ I'1.4 lRIlDA FIAST' MAIL
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
TllE l ts;.\lIA.\l(l t i l.flil'( \ I 1Tr'l) -Solid Pullman Voet
It '* i in h ',i II I ( C'. t ( r i)' -t rialton Car aaI
t' .' il i i ii. 1 i i i i. i St Augustine; Pull-
i i i Ili' a. 'iv it iid Palm Beach;
li 1. I.. t n n jerseyy City and
... : \ .* I.. i \, t1 Augustine
l i |ii .... .1 \ It 1 Sunday.
For full information aed '.t '. 4 re- r. tions eall -e
any Agent Seaboard, or er .te 6 ( n i ,'N, Jr., Aasiltaml
General Pasenger Agent, Ja3kt0on i le Florida.
=gOQoa na s. >*******S


HORSES
--ANI--


MULES
ARRIVE)
(' lii." uil i.kL telii ,n eoer. W e liiake
I i rit e o i i" llt Ith" n iiulil.
A ll III-' a-- *t! t k.

Davis & Oliver
Livery, Sele and Fad StaNl


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STHE DAILY SUN: GAINESVIIK, FLORID'. FEBRITARY 26. I00


J.


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o- m-a-e. .
a* n ma see ms






FewtmeW shols.
T"wo end be ase. .


Two -blue obee.
Two b- f wMrka.


A alMtary ompsay.
Three Jewemteres.
SCbottlthria o

TWO SsteOM landries.
T AwY et marebes.
oio d dea Rmwek.
TO mMtaes ntorMe.



Oae eolte trt *o Plant
.e weUy nvewspar.




Thre artak stands.
Preeto us hem k op.me.
Thr railwars syetem&.
Two Epieopal erhee.


SUnited states plad oat.
Oe chemical aboratory.
Ome Prbyterian clareb.


Two nlwsys m oanufac s.


POW real Obtate agraces.
Vaottor fire department.
several lemawr laboratory.



Three Methedelr churches.
Two rteam laundiay eaa.
Two terda ter Chautauquar
O a Preebyt-rkly aewrspr.
Two cluar iamnuf astoaur .
lwle eaptih ab'ucles.
hkree urihudire shursh. .
A mi band orgenlptlan .

Ome 1'wokly mewspapt.


i


DDZ NTUDllT


as"over atum& Cu's am


Av1,3sMMMAT.LAw,
SSOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.

WNESOVILL5 Ale~shma0C.. VLD
Oft*oe BIN HaMaoleek.
F35DINAND BAYER.
ATTORNEY AT LAIN.


0 .


PMSIDs.


OM mU yosr it ity pte,. (3m.
oed M Oaim prov)p MpM,
tMa- sd frnmli lam d. iBd kis
a libteriwas ioior for sale. RlIM
J A. OAKLULE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ad soillUltsor im s qs
ae1' bstatu, OMCswIyli Mand t*
cal PresiNe. All busisne premeU
Msteeded to. Ooee meat door to es
dee. OGamsvTI. FensmA.


FSANK CLARK.
01-A RK


Too&. W. viswhmt
FIELDING


lAwyers.


Practice to all Courts,
Federal.


State and


Ols. over O U&Aaese NMaaW Bas


GAIN KS VLV.


m A)Ri)A


O--O--O=O=--)--O-O-O 0

O===- IN =0---OC
0=0A= THSE UN ==0-C
0=0= There's a ReamO. .O=
0-=0-O -0-0 --0 0-0O-0---0 C


I1 k r %e MMftar m maGhetres
TwO NverM -4Wd lMM.
On erato mlld bsoet terry.
O. elM Club reading rnom.
Agricultural Bxperiment Statom.
lPorida Winter Bible Conference.
Five dressmakasn establishments.
National Odd044 Fellows' atarum.
Three undertaking eIsbilshmeUts.
Flrst-elss mswerage system, $176.000.
Two of the best hotels l the in-
ternor.
Two wholesalo rain ad feed
stores.
Two wholesale grocery establish-
Water "that has made Olesville
Thetet opera house a the State
gtuside of JackC.tlle
A Govera met bMlIding sinm to be
ereted to eost whem completed
$100,000.
LarpmteM, maoms plasteers.
palmtersa printers, *Mhlats mad Ia.
boriam mo galore.
More m l of paved orto md
rMIl1lthl sdewalks tem smay other
tow m the lterter of tmhe tate.
Am $ a cout Mo usebut of lbriek
and som-a oatiful stmcture-and
th lawm S. owm bdw s shrubbery,
ofdrate ma t, ete., surrod-
In ft, MGM It a M"t attractive plO

BuSiNESS CARW
JL A. L CLINI.
VTRINARY SUlURIRON.
OcMW a Crmwford & Davis' ta
Mios. Calls aw.red dy or mlilt.
Cattle Mad do al receive prompt mat

D 0. GO. L WALDO,
-*T


IWO Phon e6. Alem Left Umse.
DL EDWARD CLARK
-DENTIUT,

OfB esa OGrahamm BMunl over
Saunders & arle's store. Phboe

DR. DTVUI B. iMeORmU
....DIETISTM .

mm oi b ML Matil l
ones ee I e nose asuaessos


PnA


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CO


TEST


In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wi

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 1'

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished 4

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miil'

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN b

Behalf of Bush & Safford. : : : : :



$3,550.00

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the pean
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the *
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p..,


April 15th, 1909


* : : : 0 : : : 0 : : : :
* S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Additional


Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano (,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be ui
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To It a shr mi m t i K Is6h t vt.s ifai 0fah fur....... SUM
To d1 sutuc riix ,b unt Wveb-ts- _a ;-M I for so" r...... ..8.t
To mt a rms 1 b *at M e. aM 1fwr each ftr....... ..- $1
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to any7t.
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize -imilar in all respects thaW.
to will be given each of those tieing.J
M ________________________________


How and Where to Get

-Votes
The following merchants will give onr vote
for every cent paid into their establishmt.ut fur
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hyde A Tench.
Where Votes May Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the e.tublih-
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
SBun office. Votes sent by mail must be, dlire, ted
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Galnesville. Flurida.


IAr


TE1.


Rules and


I Ae


1. The contest is open to anyone HMy"
Alachua cotiaty %sho is known by the
Of the. contept or vouched for by *oO m* 'E
lwrmjun, to thetu well known.
2. No empLloyee'. atta-hee or relative@ of tlsPO
lprietutrs of the alhuve-named firms are e.Ugi~lb
p~articipeate ini this contbt. aud %ill WUCIPRWIi
Do iuatmIer.
3. fit the e~ct-t of a misunderbait~diflE
candidates or othtcrs intetktded it, I&i
such cunitru~vrsyWAY be refvrrted to thO
ductors of('eif conti-* Alimalonie areth
quu~ltle~d t) Ft 'LA$L;, ...
4. [it the &event a candidate ducides to
draw (ruwinbte r~acte.it~uch caradidite 11lSW5
alloAt-d to traiitft r %otes to the ('cdit of
candidate in thm cotite.4t.


DAI "Y"


S:


$1.25-Three months' subscript: .................... .... 400 vutes
$2.50-Six months' subscription....................... 1,000 voV,
$5.00-One year's subscription .. ....... .. .........3,000 votes
For a club tf five one-year subscriptionu (before April 1, 1909) .25,000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes


TCT5
50090

3,50 id
30,000 d
30,000 I


THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00- Ouc y'ar's uuLfcripti.u ........ ..... ........
For a club of five e e.-vear stbIL triptiou .......... .... ..


400
4.00'


S n i l I ) > t t tilt. '1 1
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is uVdesired by the pWI
#C t#W ft^ MW9RWO9^^ftO ^0


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THE BUSH & SAFFORD


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'J HE DAILY 1St : GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 26, 1909


** ~e wthe


e. Beverly
I have
awk to bring
W WhIen the
Spo of bread
0 0 was no
old explain
i red helped
loaachal dl-
with But
"IS nner and

an afltaly matters"
eI will ro

MA OD e@Ctuw. I
i gPood condl-


totb'en nttlLckl the
-bl or unleina
h tbWoruglily en-
I" W an Indlviel
gt wbrry w- uld
g Weth whkih last-
hoUrs. Again.
t t e fifth nerve
"i eaten repeat.


..C only plauIble
Md ista-tory expla-
go a I-rtming years
m nlilmkial to



et people who
iL f do not know
a bam. To them
SIapll of death. en-
IbOgletdely as to en-
akft eon.lunues for
l g strangely enough.
them liudivkidals do
pl.U-lto this blessing
i w-P Instead. they
Ip way they are being
MstlagM that belonr s
kw otchb plowboy.
being able to
dep, because their
the pillow than
to get up again.-

VesalIe."
Now to form an es-
| -6ruse 0 or of their
Potadam as to
Sermlany without
otw Ptsdam tI more
YMail.le" It rep-
of those stern-
whic are
od and Irun.
ay well be seen
IIimumatrd Pmuswlan
Exotic there.
arm of Pots-
wken skle are
In bloom.-Rob-
IsOstury.


mischief-often it
M mr scald. Apply
011lmt Just as soon
loeMs. and the pain
I VW the wound will
1I Mealy. A sure cure
and all pains.
I $1.0. a bottle. Sold


I mi"n0
ads


Iebuilder


Lame sromply and All

OAINF.V'II.E,
S F.A.




[PrHO N E


E SYSTEM


'b~i5tLLIl.r, C-
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r aH
111e'*ad5 ~ r a


'%ON.%Tki


Mi I N -..
FA It %I-


6 MeMfdAns,


T*Phbone Co
lbm Sydowm


Most children eat too much,
overtax the digestion, get
thin, weak, languid, stop
growing-that's malnutrition
or non-digestion of food.


Scott's Emulsion
has helped countless thous-
ands in this condition. It is
both nourishment and
medicine-a most powerful
aid to digestion.
A small dose three times a
day will work wonders,
but be sure to get Scott's.


lgodi lkl -agLhem ww e ab e of
I h Uwke it puy autm md Wow
SeONta mme stm, amd we wil mad ~me a
'*CamlmteHm N Aldi fthe We r :: ::
SIorT & SOWNE 4m0 Peal Stewi. Nm Yak

The English Three R's.
We ae r'ten t'it0,itlY lIclng miliunder-
stood by the ft.re-l.i.r,. i:y C ('lairence
Rook. and tlihe Fr.nehninn of whom
the following, st(,ry 14 tild controlled to
do us sometlilngl4 h-. than justi-e.
lie hud ItSN*'I on n visit to) this oun-
try In onrdepr t. oo .Ily at flirt hanld the-
** .'i.t.Ili n,.r-0,r f the I Y*.- i' neah I 'l..
()i retulril-.-too I, l! n9i.,le hind he
v-:i, i n'td ly a fric',il wlhlr Ie i hnd
kio'|l-,ver<,l thle i.n.il iira f the inyste
rl,,iI "h**tltr, I0'4 "
"'lh. I foundl *:? ih;it they were onl
the' flr-t 0,.v o f tmv vi"it" s Id hbe.
S"'A l ~*:itn :ir I. they. hell'n?"
*li,;tipin'. rote',n "1dl right- :'" 'replied
til ii'i iiiilhdln I re'lllinll n London
1i.ll
C. R. Kluger. the Jeweler. 1060 Vir-
ginia avenue. Indianapolis. Ind., writes:
I was so weak from kidney trouble
meat I could hardly walk a hundred
feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kidney
.tIniedy cleared my complexion, cured
.iy backache and the irregularities
Ji.-appeared. and I can now attend to
ousineHss every day, and recommend
Folhey'a Kidney Remedy to all suffer-
*rs. as it cured me after the doctors
id other rnemidies had failed." J. W.
M.OcCollum & Co.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.


State Officers:
Governor--A. W. Gitchrist,
nai-ee.
Secretary of State--H. Clay
ford, Tallahassee.


Talla.

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Comptroller-A. C. Croom. Talla-
bassee.
Treasurer-W. V. Knott, Tallahas-
see.
Attorney-General-Park M. Tram-
mell, Tallahassee.
Commissioner of Agriculture-B. E.
McLin. Tal;ahassee
Supt. of Public lnstruction-Wm. M.
Holloway. Tallahassee.
President of the Eenate-Hunt W.
Harris. Key Weart.

County Officers:
Clerk and Auditor-S. H. Wienges.
Gainesville.
Supt. Public Instruction -Dr. J. L.
Kelley, Gaiuesn lle.
Sheriff P. G. Ramsey. Gainesvllle.
County Judge--i. G. Mason. Gaines-
ill,.
Tax Assessor-W. W. Colson, Galnes-
lil'
Tax Collector-W. D. Dicklnson.
* a;,i ll'.,\ Ill-
Treasurer-J. D. Matheson. Galnes-

SilptNibor Registration J C lMc
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('U!i1\ t ('iiaiiitilontrs John G
..1., Chairmarn ;. Hague, J F
l', n i d, a ('aUill'v lle, J. W Ma.N
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.Notice of Adoption of School Books.
\oti<-1, 14 h, r iby, given Ihat aon th,
'*t'i diy of April. 1:',9. the Hoard of
l'ailec Inlatru w ill adolpt a uniform system ofr school
tmn,ks to be used In the' public schools
af said county for the ensuing fPve
year,. All Int'reted parties arte
;:itilfl'd to be. l pr.se'it at said me,t


liv order of
ruary :rd. 1 Pe'9
Chm'n. It
Attest: J I.


the Board this Fo'lb
R IIt WEEKS.
P 1. Alachua County.
KEI.LEY. 8-c')y.


Pneumonia Follows Lagrippe.
Pneumonia oft,-n follows lagrippe
1'ut never follows the use of Foley's I
loney and Tar. for lagrippe coughs
'nd deep-'e-ate.d colls Refuse any but
'he' g0 'tinilie in t1i4' yellow pItkag .
I. W Mc'C.lluni & Co

MH TItourht Thin-s.
SIhe, durin-.: a 11 nl a W hy ,! nI't I.."I
Mae.y lh):tl ini n.111 ti:" I'lm ie, Il'll, I
render lie. N\o: If you w.re. Yow'd j
nearer fl pek to Imnt agint. ,.4t r.
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CASTOR I A
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Th KIM Yu NaMv AhntlMoo

Signature of


Subscribe for The Sun and help your
lady friend win the fine piano.

NOTICE.
Notice if hereby given that under
and by virtue of a Final leree of
Foreclosure. made by the Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit of Florida. In and for Alachua
-ounty. in Chancery sitting. dated Jan-
tary 1.-th. 904. in favor of W. M.
Davidson. complainant, and against,
1. R. Rooks and 8 J. Wright. defend-
int.t the undersigned will offer for!
ale before the court house door at!
;naineaIlle. Florida. between the legal'
hours of sale. on Monday. March 1st.
:4.q, to the highest and best bidder
therefore, for cash. the following describ-1
- d Iersoual property. towit: One
d(lark-colored mule. named "Ella."
aboutt twelve (121 years old.
The same to be sold as the property
of said defendants, tn satisfy said de-
cree and costs.
T. B. ELLIS, JR.,
Special Master In Chancery.
B. A THRASHER.
Solicitor for Complainant.
NOTICE
Notice is heieby given that under
and by virtue of a Final Decree of
Forclosure. rendered by the Judge of
the Circuit Court. of the Eighth Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida, In and for
Alachua county, In Chancery sitting.
dated January I1th. 1909. In favor of
W. B. Phlfer as complainant, and
against W. F. Grissom and S. R. 1.
G(rissom as defendants, the undersign-
ed will offer for sale before the court
house door in (;alnesvllle. Florida. be-
tween the legal hours of sale, on Mon-
lay. March 1st. 1909. to the highest
and best bidder therefore, for cash. the
following described lots, pieces. par-
eels or tracts of land. situated, lying
and being in Alachua county. Florida.
described as follows. towit:
All that portion of fractional Sec-
tion 4. Township 11. Range 21. South
mid Kast. described as follows: lie-
ginning at the Northwest corner of
said fractional Section 4. Township 11.
Range 21. running thence East on the
Section line 25 chains and 21 links to
a stake; thence South at right angles
22 chains and 2i links to a stake;
thence West parallel with Section line.
tly es.tiniation,. 216 chaIins and !;e links
to a point in a pond oil the Western
oanIudarv line of said fractional 8'-c.
ion 4 Ithencei North aoni said Sechtion
;:ne'. b **tliniatlon. 2- chaulin anid 21
liiks to thhe place of ts'giniIiiaK. e-ara
*"i iiiig i a rthulii tit n. :' 7 !I Ito aB -t's
tf l:thl Ituer'e or le'-
Tlh"e .atine" to be' t eid aS- thei propertyy
,f -.tiLil elI f, LI itia.t I t'-' a tfy Said d.-
a r e. .t i 'l i* t t
T It I.I..1. JR .
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A; T .D I *C!%7'ISIXG-NO.4


The Hen and the


Doorknob


By Herbert Kaufman


Once upon a time there was a fool

hen who sat on a china doorknob for

three weeks expecting to get a family.

The only thing she did get was ex.
epertence.


The advertising field is full of

"china doorknob propositions"-ex-

amples of merchants who expect ge

newspapers to hatch money out of ad

egg business, or who put soeud nest

eggs under the wronq "advertising
hen."

There are three principles to fol.

low in aA advertising campaign:

First of all, find a business that will

stand advertising; secondly,find the

newspaper that will make the adver.

tising pay; thirdly, give the news-

paper time to pay.

You can't start in to breed dollars

in less time than it takes to hatch

them any more than you can pull a
lien off the nest before she has had a

chance to incubate. In both case
you simply waste what has been in.

vested. If you stop too soon you

will get a rotten egg instead of a
chicken.

Advertise something out of which

you may reasonably expect returns,
.- ; ,hIenC you have found what to


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ake care that you place

in a newspaper that cas

Ik. Don*' delude yourself


a c.i n a doorknoband
gig r ~4 rr n .7


don't
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Are YOU Being


"Hunted?"


One of today's want ads. may be hunting you ransack-
ing the city f-r you. It may have a me-sage for you of urget
personal importance one that, when you fet it, and heed
it, may change the immediate currents of your activities, of
your interests may even place around and about you new
environments, new associates; may give you an entirely new


start in a butineu way.


Isn't it worth while to try to flud out whether this may


not be true today, tomorrow, or very soou?


. .. .AM inkA


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THKi DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLK, FIARIDA. FEBRITARY 26. 1909

STWINTIETH CENTURY CLUB. THE ECM WE HAVE MAlDE

SM cCORM IC3 K nteret ing M.... .. Hld at H.f. u I
Ro, o' Mrs. T. P. May. ft CrI e to V" i CM T"


- I


OPENING


MI NERY


i Aftermu at 2 O'clck

, ^ Tuui,. Weiuuay &W Tiwiar---


W.'


~v~u to pee tli-4 fin~' e Ieire ptrehasiti~g.
War YM-argeat atock of Irimnihitd 11.0-1 ve-tr
p s hO e own il l iithe (city' Nf(Jre.


WI'n


i!MRAL INTEREST
w "E PORTERS

ad What Is G
1- ee t I and
ego the city.


lre ato


pleasure to-


Sat Ragtertord'a

fM s to go to the mov-

Sf moving picturefs to
Theatre
ef LaCrosse waas a
Thursday.
of Wilcox is
gM to the city
gi visaton wa. among
pi lcity yesterday .
paid to ladies'
alil Restauraat.
ghe itove wood, also fire-
SJ. N. hone. 'phone

ot High Springs was
in the city yes-

a t Alsea was among
vihlr to the city


tla to secure your
at haif regular
Barie.
Iale i guaranteed to
r, e44s and lagrippe.
V W. M. Jolnaom.
Mi K, you do need it.
4 come and get it
Bllb bim t for half-price.

h~llof Micanopy was I*
He has a large
id aasi e In the city
In t st him.
l.1f tr having spent yes.
b dtly. departed for Ocala
l Nl will return to his
SftSa Baturda-
h rieeted to the change
1Im m tof the Gainue ille,.
1 youag niinltilution
Showing of busilne.e
I Archer. the a agon
SthaPt place, wan in
He is one (if the'
010ictlurer itl t il|t
br f while. took 'i.'
is hms Ualufactur. indil
Mthrut g the. St.ate.


4 *-(.it 1t 11


How almut going to the Electric
i". .. :t v r (, l 4l .L '
Cedar Key oysters, day and night.


at Rutherford's Restaurant.
T. K. Godbey. the nurmer.rnian of
Waldo. was looking after hi,- tiis ss s
Interests here yesterday.
W. R. McIntosh. a planter of the
High Springs section. was lookitig at-
ter business matters in the city yes-
terday.
Everyone is welcome to our great
. aI' on e'na)ielware'. and there is
-olthliiing every oni' ha. need of
-'4aunders & Earle.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek,
Fischer and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
Pianos for rent or exchange.
Mrs W. H. Smith of Mclntosh ar-
rised In the 'ity .e.-terday and will
slwend the next several days here visit-
Ing the family of Dr. J. S. Hodiford
If you miss getting the Nbenefit of
our Half-Price Saleh on hligh-clas.
enamelware. you certainly can't com-
plain o(if h.ird times Sa tider- A
Ea r I
Financially firm. famished fastid
ious feasters flock for Ilrown IIut
for fancy, fine. fitting, flavorous food-
finles., feathery., finny- feasibly, favor-
ably. felicitously, faultlessly federated
0. 1). Morris. A. I Poover and R. E
L. Robinsaon conltposed a party of
Gaine-..ill.e sporlsnien who left )ester-
day for Citra. where they will upend
the day in the woods in search of
quail and other game.
Mrs. Hugh Powell of Oklahoma
City. after a short v~sit here with the
family of M. H. Saunders. departed
yesterday for Micanopy. where she
will spend some time visiting her sis-
ter. Mrs. S. E. itauknight.


H. C. Kibler. a former resident of
Gainesville. passed through the city
yesterday en route to Atlanta for
treatment lie was bitten by a mad
cat at Ihunnellon on Wednesday and
decided to take the Pabtuer treatment.
Alfred Richardson is now engaged
in laying a granolithic sidewalk for
)r J. 1.. Kelley He iuvites inspec-
tion. Price h.' cents per square yard.
curl) and gutter all up-to-date. All
repair work done on short notice.
le.a;eu order- at Crawford & lkais'"
stables
W. T ltor.tick has returned from anl
official vii.it to South Florida While
as a he picked from a gre\,e at )Ozona
two very fine stwe.(eln'is n of haddock
weighing three and a half ioundsi
each It reembnlei, the. grail- fruit
aiid w for nmawi u earh olintiful. but
I ni a \i *r. # a.rce art l -le


E NAME IMPL ES THE BEST I


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A.
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with it dil'ean'tj ~ *ai
Of outr 1110's.- AIidIi 'i a'


n aIi ~v


Willies Buggies and Wagons, Harness &c.

SOIT LIVERT TUMOUTS IN THE CITY-





a Savings Account

L '- HITH


Ilrom.


- B ank~c~r s


Tih. T n sli.ith C('entiir' Cluhb %a
, I ntI Itained 'l l*I ru;ar .2 at the' r,-i
i eil.,r of H, T i'. li i t .% rs,. ;.-o
SI' N rri- :;i l tlr.- i .nt
With Mrs lilll in the chair thI-
nir-t hour aa (|,.0 le'd to thi' hu.tll,.-.s
Sf the-' liI iicilus lonls 4-rr I lioi ni
I;l'intis il-ihjej. tI- Aniiig otithe'rs ~%ere.
Il lIe-tiir. on it lwulit ul-t .l w|i i h ik
' llt in ithl f iture. lth.e lird I.'-ct':r..
ni: 'il,' r i ft.. libra.r)r tiicket- :iia l
ct ll' itma ii.tioiis iroin corre .loindents.
Sli i I h L t ,'a t h.- ch'lil i. NWi aiike
I to the 1, .'t Ilnter -ts of lth. io- OIillIIIllt .
Their subject of the lit'r.r l program.
w li( I ffilo,14 i1 a-il of wthi ch NMrs. K 'eni
I: ih.l 6 1 1. i%. ;i t
IeMl|t, i '-, lto roll cal lAvrve stele
tions from the writing! of .loel (Chaind
led Harris. HIls bography was read
by Mrs. W. S ilorsey
Iliograpihy of Williamni lnmore
Simms-Mrs. G. K. Blroome.
"The Grapevine Swing"-Mrs. W. J.

Ithography of John Pendleton Ken-
nedy Mrs. Geo. lirumley.
"Facinated by a Rattlesnake" Mrs.
Margaret Grows.
"She Chose a Subject." a reproduc-
tion of an article published In The
Gaine.-\illh. Sun. April 1.-. IS99'. pro-
Soked liiuch merriment as read by
Mr.- John Taylor At the conclusion
of the program refreshments were
served a la Washington-in other
words, cherry Ices accompanied by
delicate cakes, and the lpr.entation
of a souvenir in the shalm of tiny
hatchets and cherry-bedecked dollies.
The Twentieth Century Club Is not
going to lay down that little hatchet
ntitil intemle'rance and tulb'rrulosit
are aniish'd.
On Monday. March Mth. the club will
meet with Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Tow-
son. 44I West Main street.
Pl'ESS REPORTER

K. of P. Reception.
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 20 enter-
tained Grand Chancellor J. Emmett
Wolfy of Penacbla In a handsome
spread at the lodge room on Wednes-
day evening. He was met at the de-
pot by a special committee who drove
him around the city during the after-
noon. and the members of the order
listened to an address delivered by the
distinguished visitor in the evening.

Mildred Lee*, Attention.
The members of Mildred Lee Chap-
ter. U'. D. C.. are called to meet in
special session at the residence of
Mrs. W. 8. McDowall this afternoon
at 4 o'clock. as business of great Im-
portance will come before the body.
Hy order of
MRS. J. D. STRINGFELLOW.
President.


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LII I PER LINE
nach Inaertiol, but no advertise
meant taken for less tama U e"ts. Si
words make a line; 2o fractoal lines.
every word over each six cous tna au
in additional line. CAbHI o advance
must accompany all orders for lane
tUBs In tLis column.

LOST. g
l.OST-lady's black coat and linen
laprobe Return to Mrs. W H
Palmer.

FOR SALL
FO)R ALE. C!II%\P-A good. gentle
3-gallon <.-w J. C. Evans.
FOR SA'.1:--Good gentle hosre and
nice i uuisr-.tred buggy. Apply P. 0
Box No ;78G.

FOr. RkNT.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage. Ap
ily t;w Li berty street
FORIt ENT-Twocottages near square.
One furnished. Call Telegraph office.
FOR RENiT-Rooms with all modern
convenlutemits, electric lights. hot and
cold haths; with or without board.
Mrs. McGrew. 400 X. Main street. N.
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this
office.

WANTED-MALE hKLP.


Keep your eye on the want ads. en to learn barber trade;
WANTED Men to learn barber trade;
There may be something advertised required; bet paying
which is of interest to you. work within the reach of poor man;
Come to our Great Half-Price Sale can have shop with small capital;
on high-grade enamelware. Sale be- wags from $12 to $20 weekly,; won-
gins Feb. 26th-will last only a few derful demand for barbers. Cat&
days. Saunders & Earle logue mailed free. Moler Barber
Foley's Orino Laxative cures constU- College. Atlanta. Ga.
pation and liver trouble and makes
toe bowels healthy and regular. Orino it K. Thrower and wife arrived in
is superior to pills and tablets as it the (it )t.-eierday from their bridal
does not gripe or nauseate. Why take tril .:mii %ill inake this place their fu-
"',)thing 'el.e? J. W. McCollum & Co. ture home. Mr Thrower In the traitl-
Fie reieli .i .i ,i ; i |. juare< forii'-rl oci -cupie.d atit- ('oin.lii it and his wife ait oilneof
ii \ 1' 1. I t(;ralide. -it) aate.r elec the Ieliles of Orlanido. She will add
tiltr light se'-crage' aithi. asnd all viry materially to the elite soc'etvy of
II i'l' i. on ,i *tilti te' I) .A 'll.%)l'l t M rt i;'a i > il*d '
11 II Mt(<'rea.~ or Suitn office -( --.--.
Dr. A K Clhine. vete'riuary surgeon. -g Alachua Camp No. 5.
l:t- .i oied oftice't at Crawford A Woodmen of the
lpai: Pta lle.,. aiid hollclp a *harre of World--lleetm toulght
tfe Iilt ii.it I):u lit' i He :. it gra titl tt t. ih .-o ii Hall Vliitliig
i,, i tl a Vh i to ritiar ('c lleg' aiid 1' It* '- or l:ailly u -lconid J .iM A
, i,.r. ,*, lr..tl ,e hi Ir f.-. iiin N ASSi C C J. M. D I.1 JiR Clerk
i t 'f I f t '.r it : iL it I r -- -
.: I a i t.I.A tI tid 41,,14, all 4 ,a' ee 1 I
fi .' Mn Mf


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II f It-
mIae~ :ssil'I .ir eI Is.at' iw a ir
(li'~ the- art did l tetn i eII theis

-& a~ltiel- ladift ot -I hIAte dt e9ii1

A Ie I Jtulbt~te- bIetle-le(j 1&1,d 111.
%I ~... HeIt-dfrontuow a)Its-tn fiv-
~-~.,but (tit e SCnu1ne In thle )VI
j,&t At: J. W. mecculium & kCo.


.WANTS..

PO6 SALE.
#OR BALA-Two euem asI &aft
Galimsvtlle; toms easy at rmuGm
aIM latemrit Uf mas to opl wa
emak. Apply at M1 eM e,
FOR BAL C-Corimer lot zll 26
Wit MaIe tL. ort mi d anm
Mry St., m.at to Je KiandriebL
Wil Mel at a bargamlsm d A
ters. Apply at Sum ae.

The 9"mask* tar en480 sm


Tiom lIIME
If you do yaur tea. 0 Msugar ad
general grocery buyloa here. Ym
want to know why? You're titled
to an homeet answer. Our l e e*
Iwrience and kaowlebge of the al.
ness enables as to buy "close." Thele
fore we ema sell at a praet to o s
selves, a gala on yoar part. AD we
ask is a trial order. Ca Iby or 'peIn
No. 18.
SAUNDgRi EARL&.


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Abstract Compa"

B. R. Coilo PMve~d
J. W. fland ia, Vk.-Puiuodd-
R. C. Bowen, ec.-Thea.


ThisM ixupany li o rved the peop
of Alachua county for nearly a quar-
ter of a century in connection with

LAND TITLES
asi l n-' fully iprvjarrfr teo i\-e icmi-
l.'i to iiihoormatiiis lioi inuhiu g yoer title.
(' i|.l
STSell fI r Frree SI lct
goo "THE TITLE "ESTISI'


iAnal DBs I


Casu hCapital................... .... .... 100,00.00
Nerning to date .... .............. ..... .0.0O00.00
Deposit exceed .......................... 82,000.00
Number of depositors (about) ............. 1,000

YOt'I NEI:IGIIlHOI has an account with us.
Ask liini about our manner of doing business.


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