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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 28, 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: VID01591
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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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUINDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1909


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frods after the products passed into
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see t eataed sme commerce bow Im-
prtt it was for Federal authority
to be iveed to protect the Industry
femi deetrwetioo. Semator Bacon gave
noteie that he would address the Sen-
ate in opposition to the measure, and
tor Taa o tat be would re-
ply d the argument of the Seator
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i ths table as a baeals for comparing
m am of the mwm wthodsWith
the re-ats of the eMd of cat
i the destrun tive bos In the trees,
@ar- a sew-nee -h-d he made for
theoldeemes in quality of tmber as
we as the ae of fe ladustry In the
$1Was ven. The Uimber to Teais
a Imi is ebemm oed amperito
in that b n sila Nd oierida sad
te W ItrIss e e oM i the two
West0r1 Staten. D6a the Improved
e-mitima- -d w which trn e tlne ad
reds we, mauetured Is TeOMx ad
lau_-s-- will net aseuat r more
tham on-orth of the increase la

To dsmeastrate moe fully that the
oe of Improved methods is largely
rpemlbie for the remarkable tIn-
e shew0, the reports frm two of
the 1IrgeI etmaumta ia Teozas o0ne
mas i the uep ad apMs system and
the other ettis boes ato the tree.
are emopared. The miabalshmeat as-
tag the cap mad apr system report-
ed a YiM eof 1.72 barires of tarpen-
time or N cropa, aW agalast a yield
of 1AW e arres of torpeatuae for 35
epes where the old methods were
emplePed-. casks per crop for the
ap and aprea system as against 42.8
for bomes.
Both companies were operating for
the Irst year and tiUmber and weather
condition were practically the same.
The two establishments reporting
these ure employ a high standard
of busanes methods knd the figures
given are reliable. Forty-two larre.l,
is considered a fair average yield for
the Arst year the trees are bled- and
where baoes are used.
In Texas and Luisimana a greater
-perent ge of operators own the-ir
own timber Dome of the most v.xtt.n
sive places in these States are optr-
ated by large luumberiug companies or
corporation, who aret bleeding their
Irees for turl-ntine sand rosin pr. eiu,
to cout-rting thefa into lulbhe-r
These companies have carefull) and
systematically a*tuil-dtd hoth nitetheds
of turlpentlinin and the fact that the
unew methods are wore It-nerally in,
use in those states Indicats their ad
anatase other the old

Taken Over the City.
The officer, and some of the tumeu
hers of J J Fiuley Chapter I1 I)
V' escorted Mrs Ga Picke.-tt for a
drte over the cit)> She as take-ti
to the University and other s.ctiou,.
which pleased her very auucb, remark
ug that we have oae of the neatest
aud best little eitii s in the country


UNIVERSITY NOTES BABI
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IN THE WOODS


The hand ne flag that now fli.r I I
on the ca:ipu,, is the gift of Mrs. H.
r'. Dutton of this city. This fla was
ormallyraed onthee mon!ng th Senate Ape Acdton f rida
Washington's birthday. The studentt,' Ne ak viof ft Sm v*Audon of s oft 55
battalion assembled In the chapel.
when Dr. Sledd made some applro- natoe om Y A
private remarks, emphasizing the lei-
sons to be learned from Washlnton's, .
life. and closing with an expression of NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Feb. 27.-That purpose of electing the members f
thanks to Mrs. Dutton for her valued thirteen members of the State Senate the State election boards as provide
present. "My Country. "Tls of Thee." have fled the State in order to defeat for in the recently enacted laws. am4
was sung., after which the batalion. the purposes of the recent election a State treasurer and State oeloptref.
under the command of Major Walker elr. was vetoed by Gov. Patterson yes.
marched to the pole Theaglaws passed over Gov. Pattersons veto terday. The re was no doubt of ts
marked to the flag pole. The fal is believed In well-informed circles. pmasinug o'er his iteto. but the action
was then run up. while the battalion
presented arms and those present in The thirteen members were this af- of the thirtt- metnlN-ri of the Seo-
civilian clothes stood with bared ternoon declared in contempt of the ate in re.naining aayIv from yester.
heads. The flag is extremely hand Senate by that body. and the sergeant- day's wsestion. thus ilrt, .entitig a quo.
some and Is so large that the upper at-arms was instructed to go in pur- runt. ren:de.rs action onl the eto me-s
guy ropes steadying the pole had to suit of the absentees.Sagt pOSile.
be cut in order to raise t. It is declared further that the al- If the n.-mtM-rs remain away until
sentees will remain away during the, the tnid of the regular session. it would
remaining twenty-two days of the then t necessary for the Governor
On the afternoon of Washington's legislative session. thereby leaving in to call a s-pecial session to enact ap.
hlirthday the annual field sports were the hands of ov. Patterson the elec propriatitl.m ws and elect a treasurer
held under the management of the tion machinery of the State and de- and a colmptroller. The special see.
athletic committee and of Coach Pyle. eating the expri.d will of the ma- sion would be prevented, under the
The officials were: Referee and jority of both buSc Ins in .-a.in n.vr constitution. from con i erilng and mat-
starter. G. Pyle; clerk. (apt. Cox: the prote-: of thi tGovernor lawMs d1.- ters not especially mentioned in tho
scorer. Prof. Hocbstrasper; an: mneoer. signed to rheli e, him of this authority call fur an .ext ia so..-sion and of course
W. B. Martin; judges at finish. Dr The jolirt re-.olution providing for a t,'e (;oeriior is not exi-ected to refer
Flint. Dr. Benton and K. H. Grahanm; joint legislative eshion today for thlt. in his call to election matter.-
eSold judges. Major Walker. Dr. Crow
and J. S. Shands. Owing to the recent
rats the running track was slow and
wa records were broken, although con-
sildertng the condition of the track. A MU S a a f t
the time made in the races was good.
The list of events and wine.t1 follow-
100-yard dash-F. J. Wlson first. E.
A. Taylor second. Peacock thrd.
Putt la 14-pound shot-Hewa- d and
Wilson frst. E. A. Taylor second. TAMPA. Feb. 27.-Friday's attend- ments upon the natural born and na-


anston umthird.
Runniag high Jap-Howard and
Wilsonu rst, langto third.
25- yard dash-Wileso first. Gibbs
eCeond, W. A. Shands third.
Standing broad Jamp-Howard first
H. L Baker second. Peacock third.
Ruaniag broad Jump Peacock first
I. A. Taylor second. Howard third.
Throwing hammer-Hunter first
Starter second. Rader third.
120-yard hurdle-K A. Taylor first
W. A. Shands second. Wilson third.
Three-legged race-Shands and
Moody first. Rader. 0. A. Raker. Stort
er and B. A. Taylor second.
Showing baseball-Langston first
Howard second. W. A. Stands third.
Pole vault-Price first, Wilson see-
ond. Mershon third.
440-yard run--Gibbs first. Wllaso
second. K. A. Taylor third.
Barrel race-Rader first, A. A. Bak-
er second. Gibbs third.
Class relay race-880 yards in re-
lays of 220 yards. won by the Fresh.
men Tug of War. Freshmen vs
Sophomores. won by Freshmen.
ltaskt ball game Freshmen vs
Seniors. won by Freshmen.
In all the. class coiteits ait will b
set'ni that the i'rei-hmen iwon. Iln ,-ach
event the i winner r-cl.led fvl ;colilt.
the st-cond man three-,. the third one.
point The |iolit. w'r re- the 1i .,ild -d
up and athletic honors e w awr a~rti l< to the win l.er.I i f hi- ordar of t,.e-ir
pointi- The- thir-, highi-I nt-la i ar.-
Wiliti.I. liowlard antil A: A T% l, r
A large huim i, i r toi rilz,- I,. i.,
donai'i d ic> Ili< hite r & I iii (e .auti ea
(*ahiu. lth t .a ntia ta .fkill^ i i t II

t hr)a I -i | I- fI I t : I I
trilaitt i il | s-'atl I'/. of lI st, Ih
of banainia .and tbxvi, ot Klt-ien to Ihi.- utl ltr.-r of the 1.Ai, 1 onll
t ,tP. ti;, lhoit l l. ,I.- t1laLing part In


A rI ll ihftl l., (ur. unt ler th. j1oinl
lll.ta ti ~lie lll o lf tlh Illc h Sli hotil l l
lh, ICnIs IIts w.r, d it 1tv IIIIi at% i", i '-,ti Il4 1- rd., I r I-If Isa
1h 0,1o1 f 1 I '. It -' I(th l ord 1 tr ii t t.,
Ihaittl ir- wit itll tin attract i in of lit t
chatail( iqi a cort- fil- i timr. l t tfi


af at tue tate rair naumDerea about
1.00). the greater part of this number
being colored men, women and chil-
dren, who gathered to celebrate negro
day as set by the fair management. In
the morang from the grand stand Dr.
John C. Dancy of Washington. the re-
corder of deeds for the District of
Columbia. made an address to the col-
ored people, which was full of excel-
lest advice and was. In fact, a decid-
edly Interesting and instructive de-
liverance, dwelling wi(h much empha-
sIs upon the necessity for the colored
race to work out its own salvation.
Among its own people and without
depending upon or imitating the white
man. but establishing a standard for
educational and industrial uplift which
would make the race a self-sustaining
one without dependence or encroach-


herited privileges and prerogatives of
the white people. His address was
listened to with marked attention by
a crowd of people on the grand stand
and along the track adjacent to it
Friday afternoon there was a most
interesting card of six running races
on the fair grounds' track, which were
witnessed by at least 5.000 white and
colored people. The races were among
the best of the excellent events which
have been pulled off daily during the
State Fair meet. The fair is to be
continued six days longer than the
date originally set for closing (FeWp
ary 271). the extension having been aa-
nounced by the managers of the fair
in deference to the request of proai-
nent South Floridians. The Range
however. closed with a big confetti
battle Saturday night.


Market for Sea nds
Market for SaIslands


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Closed Steady and Finn

SAVANNAh (Ga lFeb 27 Th4e wr ~rfactoirs 4p,&timixan zd are rei~ied
vt for 84-a kiatidsar a. ruled ,tvad) to j ee-kly on F'rlda~i,
rm thrirE .ghjuifa e %%oi-uk %%it h ad ,-m rilic, Fo.rithe~ ~ ~'

11 gru e.W N11-ill I 4'a 1-4-41 %iillig 4 II ( IIi., i F111ja,~ 1 l .
ke~~~ th .I~~atlmmitite rr. ,? I ri(.-, F \'h. (d. ;t I

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to Mr i ai f fliig.tfee


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1.4I, -1. ,:A- ria tt -i i rt l bask
ton l rd l I .I.e1l I.'1 I. 'iile --' o i of th,
*l1lior1 *1 f t Ih t lil,.ak 'lIht. a-uk
Sr wa- liiitro lit e i sI, IProf ('at-. I.
I r Flihlt I atl iat ,iiA*e f th,- la Im rn II
li1.K n, i t, liiK-Ig! g tti tthe I i ,.e-ri-it
ta w% i. hi.it ii K I-.* run iei, i,. a. dil


.arl) at 7 1 Thi- hl-t ure- r (thi. iur i t o!ift ltsn fsr lti- |iu.ol.-. I-In l ilp iturar.
lie-rtwrt K Jolh tIII Florida unide-r th.- Iul aof % hid h h.ad b 'e-nI takenl an Il ot
aualpices of the Sltte, Aliulu n ti lirt-d )I> Mr Jtb htinclIf air, iex-
cflety lie I tell kluu tlo all li.er trmini-l tih- athd the- cliltu-nt iii
uf Ilaids 'l-Insg a frequtut ttlitllutta.tosr ru tii an J t ut I rIrtainlus


Enjoyed Fine Treat


I h. 1,. Ir k. If, t1-, I.i s.' j Ir a Ig.g s
,-fore. of .M r, It \'A ,ll-,a ea r.- 4.-ted
, t ci. la hlst t l It l et, h,-l t ald lce
Oil. ir t t dima Im -r \ -
-, %a .- I 'a k it th ." t i. lit tile ir
fl sa. ihK lt, t). ii, | > i. rt. r- T Il '
lhl.e Ih iis to l at I K.it II *t l tlad'
. lidw t h a--'.. d .i fil rui t lut h and **a
ShlthltI tsjoi, d
Isn't there something shich only
*amt ad can do for you today?


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ueipamtd in thm Oreat Struggle
Listened to Her Portrayal of It.

(By MUs. EMabeth Smith.)

The crownlng treat of our Chautau-
gao was the lecture given by Mrs
kGe. Pickett V'riar night Every.v,,
-welharmed and delighted with thil
weUmerful woman. As she stel.j d
eat before the audience she seemed
Uke .some beautiful grand-dame of
"-e oMes timss." and all hearts went
ot to ser. It was indeed wonder
#0 to her her te of that awful bat
he of ltt Her minute de-
riptiles te batlUe ground that
asre 11 Mseemed to make so favor-
able for this awful struggle, the whole
pOea of battle. sad her most vivid
desrtlpt of that harvest of death
sa banaaMo after battalio, went up
aMt MI to meet almost certain death,
,ad hIt of all her gallant husband's
Minos charge that has made his
sae immortal. All is told In such
a vrMd manner as to make It come
before your mind's vision like some
gMdertul pleture, for she is a word
olnater of the highest type, sad best
of all @be Is a grand lady In a high
snse of the word. Such tact she
show ais dealing with her subject;
as eust ald very correct In everything
ahe saidM. North and South were so
tmingly dealt with. sad there is
were sha shows she ia a woman of
braim ad good blood. The people Ils-
tWoed to her with breathless Interest
as te words poured out of her mouth.
md a& were chanrmIel with her word
eyea though addedd at the awful
story that we would al forget. Atf-
ter the lecture the people gladly came
to eLe fromt to tke the hand ot this
noble voei Many members of the
toewVMll Camp. both chapters of the
Ctad sauhters of the C4 nfederacy
ei mlted Lae Chapter reted her.
asm mi-y members of the awe Wall-
sea Put. som greeted her who were
aesut oe the day of the battle, and
they sad It was a most eacurate de-

habrday forenoon the ol*ee of
the JJ. latley Chapter tendered Mrs.
Plakett a lively ride around our bean-
Ml Mtite city, took her out to our
University and all around our prettiest
streets, ald she expressed herself do-
Ighted with the edt, the lovely peo
pie al her warm welcome.

have endeare them to the people.
The Ch-ta-na Is over, and it has
bees a grand ome. Not mne thing but
what has omea up to the highest
sladard. We are a Uittle wea but
the good things we have heard will be
with a for many a day, and some as
lMes as 1* hasts. All hall to Gaines-
vtlie' Chautauqua.

P t t Qmurterly Meetag.
This is to inform the member and
friends of the Pirst Methodist church
that the Presiding Elder. Rev. T. J.
Nsix. wll preach at this church this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. It is hoped
that Mr. Nlson's many friends will
show their appreciation of his former
work here as pastor and of his present
pealtui as Presidleg IBder by gtvtng
him a full house on this omsonu. The
uuald but seess will be attended to on
Monday morning. the session btwgin
niag at 10 o'clock. The ofrcal nment
bers are urged to attend this buluesm
meeting. vevwybud) is cordially iu
vlted to attnd all the <.r'lcets of the
Quarterly Mtbeetiug
l'AN(f1S R IlltllM(K'. Paator

Mieas Ceolclough Gives Party.
Mis I.e'na t'olalouKgh .ntiiertlit.d a


few of ber friends* ui, ls' lt. e','viltK
to an old fA.sbhioud tiand pull lhich
was highl) e*ujo. -d. ll th feireseii(t
tUlmes fre .indulsed in, aimd alto
Sther a pleasant e cu'rnilg l sa l 'I-Ut
the participle. a lisleiti fut a return
of such fun

Wem Out
That's the way you feel about the
lupng whbe you have a backiig cuughb
It's foollahness to let It go on and
truat to luck to get ouer it, hen lial
lard's Hrehonad Syrup %ill bsp ithe
oWAk d heal the luangs Price Z'w,
II d SIAN0 per betsle old by W
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THE INTELLIGENT USE OF



NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE
RARELY FAILS TO PRODUCE THE MOST CRATIFYINC RESULTS


Miss Della Anight
The prominent Amerloan actress whose photograph Is
shoan above, writes as follows:
"I have found nothing to equal Newbro's Herpicide. It keeps the hair from
falling and frees the scalp of dandruff. An occasional application leaves the hair
delightfully fluffy." (Signed) I):.LL4 K.I,;iT.


liA THIl LETTER
"Incloed pleas find coupons for wmap and combi
with order for s cents, for which pleas-e snd the
above arti.
"I have need Newbro's Ilerpicile fwr two year
and think an article o enwritonriou shotill be well sia-
vertisd and widely until, for it in a txNMn to all wo-
mankind. I am giving you my exi*riencen an if you
think it likely to I of interwvt, you anm weh-4o1n to
anp it as you think twet, for I have derived uech girat
benedt from Herpicide that I would like othwro to
know of it.
"When I hean its nuw two years ago amy hair
was only twolnetwe long and very thin, the result of
four years' rtidecre in India, the intend heat of th *
climate having ruined my hbar. I tried everything in


Europ alnd in America Aithout benefit. until I tried
llerpwide I am 'delighted with its effort and my
friend .never t.re of adm.iring my hair; it i" long, uoft,
and as milky a- a s*alay's hair, ut a gray hair to be
m'en. and my hair wap quite gray in.o.re I umel your
in(mionuarsale rpuntely. I do not think the praise of
Herpicile can P.* sung too loudly or too long. P*veral
of my fr,-ndiu anre iing lHerpicide on the stnnreth of
ni n% ,om4.ni.nlation."' (Sigrne I
Richlulanl, V4. MI R. A. LEE.
NOTFK-II.rrpicil wAill not darken gray hair, andl we
do1 not want anyone to cpe-n l money for HI.rpicide in
t'e- lw-lif** that it will Herpicide will stop falling hair,
hIt if elhe hair that falls i. gray, tlhe new growth* sill
also be y. In this particular tLe aliove ca'e s Ud -


Send 10 cents in stamps to The HER PICIDE COMPANY, Dept. L, Detroit, Mich., for sample and booklet
Two seie--O-& an 1$1. At Drug Stores. W-Iwn you cal for H 'ri id le, do no' stcept a suistitute.
Applications at prn m nent Ba ber sI ope.

hN i w ipby at Sen of J. S. BMFI & CO. Special aets


Miss Jefferson Sell.
Noting remarks in The Tlnws-1'nion
and The Tallahaaaee True Democrat
In regard to the reappioinatment of %Iits
Jefferaion tell anad herr ze-al ill behnif
of the need)- Conafederate '.eterranh.
The Inverne~ssChronicle jmi s Ithis
cunuwiniment to two I'lurida li dlea, :
"Might you are, both of you. Slim, 1Bull
ill a true friend to (Confederraterve~terr-
sun'. and only a-tatid.s accond to Mrs.
If If .McCre'ar) Eof (,ainerltl4lli'. in
Florida Ki'. ry t'ualledorate' '. rai
s ill tdoff Ilil* hatlto veli er (if I hetin
t11ch ltlelted amid di.- lher the-uia %%'I airt-
~~Hn 1..zal 4M 141a11e1' d %%I tIli eeli(if",

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Hexamethy ienetetramine.
Tb.- slpe..4.r Ibtilt- aeame.. of a GUeruian
Ct'tW)4Ml. fithich Ii. one of til- maney
liisea 1le-iet. iteid ie fit,, of Fed-) *& Kldideae

at I aiu' l-prit!4 a a- a uric acid wolent
4s,. itmeetlit~t ac for Itileurlile Take
1.1.) a KI.Iees% lic 1.1) as b54Ju as
oU lit tit v- guy irrergUlArit ivi. aud
siluld a se-rruuml Lmalady J W mccol
tam & Co.
RAm&theW es a&a Is todweamsSu


HOUSE


THE WHITE


UNDERl EW MAUNAEMdENT

A New, Moerm, Fust-mN Hotel at Moderte bus


('eltra ly

E. 1.ILLO Wht


W. 9. Ncurci. Mauap


The Greatest Event of thte Year

Spring Musical FeistivAL,
Jackwianv Fl.,a.. April 1IBM sWd20th

---NEW YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA----

'?lsapt~r Meepteigie. WALTERI


A~~a~Ied (111-14ltf ii'elia.jetti't. lbdPP., Ijj* I M II llr r, Itii-tai j(,rae
R aleI -r Ke[.e3 ejrdicee ges % a-6 e an IrrVr 'e.I, a",-


c'lc': %T14 )V"i\ ,' i d .. i. k.1 L eeetdik I urai '*eee itt) ',I ~*at~e~

atlo lo i uliA110" .* ngtaftm wI"~r.Ce l wruld ,ueM. Aels mif.ad au~kt' li-L Imla
T. Tnmc s~w. Jashin b.f~ib. -


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TlI DAILY SUN: (UAINB8VILLh PILOWIA, FEBRUARY 28,1909


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINEaVILLI, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 28. 1909


galS WINS KO00 VOTES
gi MOST SUBSCRIIIERW


m iule Came Second and Goet
4M|issi-Ms5e Oupree Close

Up to the Leader.

Saorded much excitement
PB ooatest, the Anal count
e ll Dorian Ellis to be only
o ahead of Miss Bessie Du-
Sst al vote of nearly a million

g is was awarded the bonus
low votes for the most subscrib-
to It kmn. she leading with 13
Slto the dally and 29
S asi-weekly. Catherine Halle
aSgmd with six dally subscribers
a m*-weekly, for which she ob-
a Wboes of 25.000. Miss Florrie
-secured 23% new dally and
-ly subatcrbers, while Miss
SDpree obtained 3% annual
to the daily and ten to
.wll-vekly.
a g miderstood that Miss Dupree
S the 50.000 votes bonus offer-
| I yde & Tench, and had these
ai united In Saturday's canvass
l wlsM be leading this morning by
ie, .- over Miss Ellis.
..wlg is the way the vote stood
ip S atrday night at 6:30 o'clock:
D Ihrlaa Ellis, city ........ 945.250
Sbasis Dupree. city......942,530
Catherine Halle. city..... .>59,690


F orrie Strickland .......
M. Daughtrey, city .......
Mary McCormick. city...
S Nanie Dickinson, city...
Alha Fennell, city .......
Jaul Carter, city .........
Mabel Sanchez. city .....
A. Grof. Newberry ......
Jessie Evans. city .......
A. Strickland. Waldo.....
Wtelle Beal. city .........
i aa Hudson. city ......
Sanse evil .........
1efema Stat. Waldo.....
L Ware, High Springs...
GOeMIe Lambert, city.....
"A Lid*e Sheppard. Bell....
L K. Carltoe, Micanopy....
M. Fernandes. city ......
SMary Thigpin. city......
A. W. Sargent ...........
Is aders. Hawthorn....
Ruby Albright ..........
Pa le Banks...........
aule Balrd ............
SAmle DaCosta..........

AT THE CHURCHES TOD


395.670
176.h864

57.950
5 7.11
47.644,
4S.:,45
38.010

25.:{ ,
24."i)
23.770

12.915
11.395
6.2735
6.005
5.590
4.095
3.850
3.375
3.250
3.100
105
105
105

AY.


. r Wviees Will e Held at All
Plaos of Worship.
iJme will be observed at the
Wir churches of the city today as

Rely Trinity Church. Rev. F. H.
0hlD-!-First Sunday in l Lent Hioly
ailonil 7 a. mn Sunda) school 3
5i 1L; evening prayer and s.rnioni
:11 p. m. IDuring this we *k there
O be evening lpra*-,r e ,ery day ex-
0t Wednesday. and Saturday at 4 p.
I. O0 Wednesday twe service aill bew
t T:IM p. in.; also the Litany and
lMimAtlal office will be said on Wed-
ia t and Friday at 9 a. m.
Aivmt Christian Church, Elder J
I- J@fba- Preaching at 11 a m ;
046t. "Crucified With Christ."
bE-bEservice 7:30; subject. "A
L0y Country and a letter Home."
May skschool lt a. iIn
irst Presbyterian Church. Rev T
P.* May-Morning sermon by Rev .
L 111k of Atlanta Sallbbath schlel
1:3P .I.; topic. "TIlhe (;Gosusil in Sa
l"a.-" No eveninlK rt ice
irst iaptlbt (Church. tRev S I
sSt--unday n'hc,,l 9. :" u a m
'ali|cilg I :',:a* a um ; u ..j.. t 1.I al
1 Fairly With t hI Juniiilr it Y
P. U .2 3i; Se.Ior it Y P I' lI; "'
M* PDr hiiar K at liglit the en rI.- .':t
9e b ing g Inlll. d t( att,.d l,.e : i
1rlce at the T"iab. rna i,.
SI l..( .t ) c'h r.h i, |1 I' I:
r e-- Huda ., c .I I,
*l Ull lK 1" I t it., I t-1,,

16 v T J ,,,, ,r. ,I .,Ine ,,|. r
t Pah rit k ('.t..',,li !c r. i t,
L)r I ML Devotiun of the 1lid) Ito ary at


P- iLl CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
*&2 OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
., alY7 .cab. of Itchiug allied
i. (w or Protrudin,g I1ll,-s iun t)
a. bye or money refunded 50c


GuaIrateted to keep good
timie for one year. Nickel-
plated and Gun Metal cases.





Extra thin model. An ex-
cellent time-piece. Gun
Metal, Gold and Nickel-
plated cases. 82.N. All
guaranteed to give satisfac-
tion.


AMD HAMWARE CO.
Wholeale and RetaIL


MASS MEETING CA Lqr0.

To SB Held at the Tabernacle This
Evening at 7:30.
A mass meeting of the Christian
people of Gainesville will be held at
the Tabernacle this evening at 7:309
o'clock ne Rev. W. It. McMaster
of Charlotte. N. C field secretary for
th South of the American Sabbath
Union, will deliver an address on the
great cause which3 the Union repre-
sents and is laboring to promote.
A free-will offering for incidental
expenses and the work of the Union
will be taken up.
There is no institution more vital
than the Sabbath to the welfare and
security of the American people to our
homes and our physical, mental, moral
wellbeingL and our economical and in-
dustrial and political Interests.
This mass meeting will be a fitting
sequel to the Chautauqua, and it is
hoped that a large number will be
present.

LETTER TO ROYAL COOK.
Gainesville. Florida.


Dear Sir:


The real test of a paint


is how many square feet will a gallon
of it cover? And all the paints swear
they cover 300 square feet two costs.
Mildly, they prevaricate.
L. H Ferchaud. builder, 1108 Dupre
street. New Orleans, covered 11o00
square feet with three gallons ikevoe
last year; and paints all his jobs De-
%oe. That's how the tale ge't. to us.
He' doesn't say whether one or two
coats; if one,. Ith.re's nothing wonder
ful in it; if two. they must have very
small fee't in New Orleans. ,
l)-vye' doesn't stop at 31M feet; but
ot'r 640HP Most paints, we ullcowe.
can be stretched to 3'I feet, but
they're mighty thin; they cover well
l.',I to 2'*40.
When N. R Watkini,. .Lott, Texa-
Iatinted his house' twI.fore, i took I:.
gllonsi,: Ie.oe' 7 gallons. That shows
the bsre'ngth of the paints.
W. Ii. M(-Cluney painted a house,
in CrS..ial Springs. MI, to tiet two
pure paint-, ori- coat 6 gallons lk'- e;-
thi. o lir cint gitalloe- of a Ne'w
t rIlcanI." paint That how s the'
ftc liith of I hr ,.nOilt
Surf.ia'es diff. r: ow.- take* iis mor "
another take's Is ).' vo- covr.,
more t hanl any oth.r paint two ,,
lone In the ca. of half the |Iallt It ut
I|,,. g. iz it %e4i- w- di-n (. klmwe
f ill [ 1 r h ,il -
Y'ur- truly.
"; F \W IlV'O & Co, .
.1 'I h. I ~ 11, 1it d ci art
;, ii.. cu r

If Its swrth i.-,re to sonleone els*
a,.rn to )<1u 1 .0 niatt* r tat it Ihs
a aiint ad will1 l e a go .l I'n-t.i-t


Iflgre,; ,




DoesI


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ME imwimR


B DOLLAR


A uuiile.r of fi.n new Everett pianos
are now on the floor of the A. R Harp-
er Piano Conmipany's show room on
Main street --The Sunday Times-Un-
ion. Jacksonville. Fla., Sunday. Jan.
1. 19s' .

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
ache
Also Nervous Headache. Travelers'
iHe-adA.hI e and aches from Grip. SHton
,-h Trohbl.leh or ernale trouble-s.
Try Capu(diie -it's Ilquld---ffv'e t Inn-
ruediately Sold by druggists.

If )uu t'. ,- loat or found aanyth'p
to not fall to keep your eye on th-
I.,-.-fl.

1.,.Ackk44". *d~wi, PeeI,



'~ ~~srthe Hair


WATCH


THE NEW


INGERSOLL


SW*Wind


M'b


OF FAMOUS PIANO

MME. CECILE CHAMINADE, COM-
POSER. WRITES OF EVERETT.

Enthusiastic Editorial Comment of the
Music Trades on This Rather Re-
Markable Testimony.

Probably the most remarkable testi-
monmal in the history of music In this
country. is that of Minme. Cecile ChamI-
nade. the noted composer. given to the
Everett piano. Translated it reads
as follows:
New York. Nov. 23. 1908.
The Everett Piano Company. Boston.
Mass-Gentlemen: The best piano?
To me. It is the one through which I
can best Interpret my own compose-
tions.
I have never before obtained such
elects of immensity of tone, variety
in tone color, and such nueaces ti
shading as I have found in the Everett
piano.
SFPor these reasons I have bought one
of your pianos for my borne In France.
This should be the most convtnctla
proof I can give of my admiration at
your great piano.
Believe me. gentlemen, with great
respect. Yours sincerely.
CECILA CHAMINADI.

Editorial Comment.
The Music Trades. one of the lead-
lang music journals of the country, pub-
lished in New York. in a leading edi-
torial. In its issue of January 9, said:
I The testimonial given by Mme.
Cecile Chaminade. the foremost mu-
sical composer of her sex. to the
Everett piano, which Instrument she
used exclusively in her recent pre-
miere tournee through America. Is an
enthusiastic endorsement of the most
valuable kind a manufacturer can
have for his instrument, for it displays
discriminating intelligence and par-
ticularizes instead of generlizes the
value of the Everett. It sounds the
personal note of complete and abso-
lute satisfaction with their piano as
a medium of musical expression in
an unusual and most effective way for
she says:
"I have never obtained such effects
of immensity of tone. variety of tone
color, and such nuances of shading as
I have found in the Everett."
There Is no doubt whatever about
the value to the manufacturer of such
a testimonial as this. There is no
quibbling or qualification or damning
with faint praise. in this tesUmouial.
It is manifestly the outpouring of
Mme. Chaminade's inmost feelings
with respect to the instrument which
helped her make such a phenomenal
success in her visit, and not only the
John Church Company, and each and
every one of their agents and em-
ployees, but every owner of an Everett
piano can be proud of connection with
the instrument that brings forth such
praise as this. It emphasises the ex-
alted powltion in the niusical world
occupied by the Everett piano and is
something of which President Frank
A. Lee and his associates can be Im-
menasely proud

Mr. A. R. Har|er of the A. R. Harp-
er Piano Compiany. State representa-
tive of the K:erett piaio. points with
prid' to this ,estUion(iial and the In-
thu.ilattic editorial conin't of The
Music Trades.
The E~e'r'tt piano has'always been
a favorite irn 'lorida and this. en.dors
rent. from such a high source. will
undoubtedly increase its popularityy.


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THE DAILY SUN: OAINBSVILLE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 28, 1909


LonNOOIN *w NO CURES
U AWA THE ESQUIMO L ANAp DI NW S
M The US SSm BLOOD PO
Mo um iPAWY *ucsu- in cod Diver oil. These MAKNING PREPARATIONS FOR SE No case of contagious blood poison 00 ever Cured "wt
M-W k w P^ P Won R, Wd adC UhINGicOl strAanA. W the virus has been removed from the circulation. Th e t
St eposd tcuNo 0000 MATER OO AL bloodwIsoonerorlater. cause a freshoutbreakoftn
-- W ad pyecl tralm --- s hideous and destructive symptoms of uklcerated mouth b g
Sr will ne several Weeks Yet efolord splches, calling hair, soresand ulcers, etc. No
1 WI n b U 1 Wnfh= Set St foods give warmth and Wil SWreW rcamu u contaos blood poi 8o.as & & It &loit
--- 81 _-- 1 _1a n-- PWill Line-Up the Bunch loodand steadily and rly ves out eve p icle of
rw o ha1 1u C ldan wthin s isholuatel n d perfectly parties the blood, sad .ve thQs
k '-Are_--__-s _lwhltw fWrit ----- r ad thy a s it bem the destructive vinrts o
*m-- Mtem or any wasting po on entered the circulation. 8 & & quickly take te
II ftoem .S 0 With a large number of fans hot on sredall sPOam sadder P ishthel a
sea --"M aR 4lIM the trail of Manager 0. Henry Davis the south a rot heal and w & &
-- to to ** F to get his baseball artists io action. hbe so o trace of the disase is left. & & & cures contagIaB
poe 1Iw EEIXiI desires to state that he In now look =i it is the gratst of all blood purifiers, tested and
Si U over the meld and will again have tha forty years. Book on this dimiewith sgetionss
w 3 e th L the wnlaers at the line-up. sad any medical advice mt free to all who write.
ifi omamywv He Is now quietly at work figuring T= SWi8W SPkarzc CO, Tam
111 g gioml011Mon on just what players he has among
011 1- k 84 0 ohi4r111l6Pa a the local boys, and unless It becomes *
owg aotd !! e g eIt I nea at absolutely necessary be will have
.. *,,_._-_ aothip;.but genuine good old F.orida erch ant & Co
VW N sm" ia newo b material. ut.
"- --_-a 1 e M mNothing deflilte will be one to. Metal. and J r i
1h6. QU sL Wle wards the organ nation of ;ie Oak
am g1 foeo. Hall club for about four seeks, as and Fancy Crocert
r s o a some of the players he proposes toand Fancy C c
s s... ; aw- use are enow lined uepw with onarthe eUn- w.i u wGih Se Frt hlB
low thgue a* iMdWhlecm d bt a chase ofi ad in versity, sad be wants to s the cowl-aQar eaIe r n
"w ar "_ oto. today's Sa In wech she tiforms you lste have a winning outn t this sea. OUT1 -MB 4UAR AINM8VILL, f
pesne/i^^ dM tt fat her removal and sitr you other I sonr ou-_p.s
Slo aiil M erestingm tormatlon. The public will be kept Informed ansM W H P rI eo Chee .nr and e
S as a w l f a* M t.e_ S-- Joseph Nebles of Hawthorn visited to his actions along the baseball line. A f ay C k
Mf al a em- the ity Saturday. He states that the He assures all that he will be there A i Dea Wa haroa lth.aey.1 S
oiM m aa se m-ous lrmer.s are all hard at work prepar- with the goods if he receives the prop- 1 1 w1t Prioa" 7 0 euaranltee itmhea aas
o lo & a Io*MOat. l ing for their spring planting. er local support, and for this purpose
Vol950 04M AfttetioH isa directed to the change a committee will shortly canvass
i to -b B Whih of& ad of A. M. Cahmaa, the fre in- among the business men and citizens
Mi -we W have a b0a1e- 1 surasee man. who arges that you keep to see just bow the proposition strikes
se belna Msm tft ate by having a policy te one of his Lem In a anancial way.
0 111. ar the 0 Mth gar reliable companies. To Mr. Davis' credit it can be said Ii
e aiP oe f iea Kim Sutbelle Nolley of ayettevile. that last season was the only time
S ati veaM sr M N. C.. is i th city visit Mr. 8. that we have ever been able to come
C. t. D Ivis. Ths is her first visit t here out even on the team with only the
Sand she is delighted with the city and amount first subscribed, and it was
f t O---IMa g Uto ln the people -she at met. through his business judgment that i
aa s ei sr an e darta60% 9the peoleo as rt maete w he was successful In bringing up such
mmn.o twg oggw agg of wetk to a pleasing record.
11111111011 at Wo rko lSnio the sttenWlla no recondo trre iorm
.,t wtbsold its regular devooatioaltmeeting Mt
be am ta* maw y, r e a* this afternoon at 3: 30 o'clock. Sb-
f h e dbei""a Sam -liheofernon ande:aTeelng.BAb FoOley's Honey and Tar clears the air
1f that an"*.bol MAHt l i ,rit c, Took
'r tAt, feo t *Nt that are o Skt is extendedto alp oassagey, slopthe Irritation in the W riterfor.Prce ot
\ i to ha ad st rangers I an thocity.rat soothes the Inflamed meinm- Io i
.m-.we W how a sta n rsuinned th c miy. r o bnraes. and the most obstinate cough L o o ci
f t W aft be ased by y T. J. Swearlngen, the mill man of disappears. Sore and inflamed lungs20 a Wo IlV !
SWKaipte k, was i the city yesterday. are healed and strengthened. and the The Fay-Sliola Visible JACKSONVILLE
l He* ame for the purpose of making co is expelled from the system. Re-
p his pay rol, which Ie a rather ft e any but the genuine in the yel- rt,.l n o
-ftt t heavy ONe aust now, as be is operating low package. J. W. McCollum & Co.
oMot dna 7"atr? LWe both his aml and turpentine still.
ad b vM t gls& w be 0 a Iherff P. 0. Ramsey has returned


cabbage and will cat a great many

40 me ofr the most co rprtos in the one of the mo t valuable e aures opereatShing i varis EalM
0 the travel g people that pass o. to the public generally, is our connc- ment and in their S
i a ... e about thirty acre.o..lines of t.he American Telephone and Only by reasoof h
a -ders. A EarleT the roaeryh Comen.pany and the other as- arrangement bett 1
hvev had a new l targ sign placed in In l^Jedol Vpe 1 pa is 1t
sftost of their place of busimess. It is
Sof the most consplcuous In te OneL on f thc wmeet vaduable feature operating In varleS --j
ci--- ---- *I Wtty aind easily attracts the attention U*f our saie toe or oubecribers and country, are .nifara io UF
Cof the trave8n. people that paru. rto the publc generally, is our connec- ment and In their iou
A.. 3. P. Will~amson of South Carolina. tie. with thles extensivelong dthe anty ce asti netw
W*-t has here vitifhe his son f.r lines of the American Telephone and Only by rO a on O a aS -
retred to his home yesterday. He Ml 56 15 111 sawted Sell Telephone companies phone tropaiit
will hst w ove ae shr whlte in Jack- he We fown thousandsn nd nmileof long aSlTe epna J knbli
*w9iV rThese on ivit distance ln in the seven *tate In ak for "Long Dthe aner
E very sonlthe oienh way hEpoeto and If yl do your tea. coff eaubar and which we o *rabund y nddtio can coTmh"r't with si


'g em o his wife He stats that he n ..II ad kowlg of th rmot odern and Improved conetru citizen n *II wain
to be up. which will be gratifying ne to the Colonela. many friends here serves, a gain on your ,Mart. All te i
the Bell school, closed her teri on .-o IN
El *. .- .... *'" ."- SAUNDERS A EARLE.


Prices

and

Terms


to


rnmay and was in the city yest'ria)
en route to her home. She says that
a very profitable school term was had
aad the patuns and pupils alike re-
gretted the fact that it was tiue to
close.
T It Ituddliger of Horne Shm-' la
has arrived In the city aud will spend
several weeks here. li- bhai large'
real estate Interetnls l this, (it> ianid
county aMild it is to be relgr.tt.-d that
his other il. tdres.ts are oJ xt-iasI-
that he (amlol t t-l i."'d imai 11 0
amoug Us
Mila- Marl H.Arri a ho ihn l-vni
ilwulditlK theil pa l ,( < wt.k, It re A,
the guer't f aMri f ; I Y.in'v < r-
turned to hler homi ii Ait tl.i. ),*-I,
day l aritis h,.r irit n-h Iitimd, a
bhut of friends ailmoK the )outng a t
%hlao %illl teo I light- rIlt fruin I.r i
SSix Niahts "Go as You Please" Race.


I NEW BAID THEATRE


Thursday, Mar. 4


DANDY


DIXIE


MINSTRELS
aid TUE COTTON PICKERS' BANO

%I i,-tn I. i I- I'. \ ,r I Ilt r \ ..


UWII -, .- -- MW -W ---
flhow uiagi.,Iir tiri fLtahr,rand ,ul4th lee Billy Kersands in the'
era it, thai s 3uti i tarr( t tl a i v4 v% t lr
tigt ai~ig tio AidII.,"Essence of Cle Virginny",
SU B soidvr %tint it,~ IAt4Itr I- ('143*'
art. (I,, ubhIl I, *I.ir% iig "1 1.~i %.% N r 1 ~ 1) k : III
bI t 41 a~lls. 'I i~t, f t"I % 4. ,t 4 % nt 11 1 1r
A 114%4' U-t 1110- of ItN.. f.K j ~IS t. %% l itt %,,1 r i' i 'j.g. Ptm to a i. V j
sirivsain elgk~ h l~ %r~ t. Ia n.1iut vill ipet irti ut thu \.ttW5 iI...r-
LW _WM i ~tut e h hl rc
~~~~~- ~~i ~o ws er butter uM5.1 by W Mi~ "'~ s l~ .IiLt~


...ea, A ut moa&!, %%'c.4uwmiAj at W u boa c '


uoutnern en ii

and Telegraph I


Effiit evice. bo nI


TIs COUPON WILL NOT BE COUNTED AFTER MAiC

Bush & Safford---The Gainesvilk


PIANO


5


CONT E


"VOTI0Er.


For


Address
Th 4 1 ( W i .l a~J .~i t ., i.


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THE DAILY 8UN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FEBRI'ARY 28, 1909


9AILV


-~~~a Gs06C 5al'crtfvile. Via
@Pogg~jawMajimatter
IUhoran54Publbber

IgUWIOw"IY sUtm OPdfw 3coms
00" inHaywUBDll Block.
Sip, 8. 1 RLKSPWOWS",,

&&&iusi by merrier Is the city. or
p" 1 te United Slaes, P~ag

r pu usb d Vw y e ms e ow g y s
p emSu #wAv sIama oideut*lyis
s 0w~ bfric dlca


S sf- ls Tayar-i DaILY *d'ma.
adGwt Iing meatueerwin


S GAhIernLsaLs, sPLA.
slasall th mewe t




g-Wid Taft will take the oath of
a -- President of the United
e M at Thursday at noon.

#do powers which profess to be
lof pisee would only agree to
te rsta ending armies and build
warshlp@ the people who have
I m9 the bill would rejoice abund-
ft. e enormous taxation under
iEg Ne nations stagger threatens
taJllupt them.

imty will not ibe effectively re-
f ro lawlessness, corruption
t her evils until more people
ae dy to merge their Interests
1b -ommon good. It Is not by
I wishlag that conditions may
JW0, that reforms come about.
SI s wiae action and the R acriflc,
etslhsM involves.

Mor Gillchrist's forthcoming
.- 4"NOto the Florida Ieagislature
~ e red with interest throughout
SWuta. He ha. already demon
that his a administration will be
M In a business manner. for
b est interest of the entire people.
sug-gestions he makes to the
t branch of the government
w iWelve due consideration.

t Braldford county man who has
a without a chimney to hist house
I winter recently had the house ela-
i1ay fitted up with lightning rods.
*O wMie to warn this well-meaning
Mi that the is not yet out of dan-
Br and ought by all means to add
0 Its equipment a $100) fire (.ecape.
"M Is just aOhnu a.i ron ich danger
d his leing burned up as there wase
4IN O being struck biy lightning.
ftW Telegraph.

Aetta begins the -second yt.ar of
hMbition with an alarming Increa-a.
494liadeness over l90s. the record-
hr th* brt month of the' -rond y.ar
41 PMtibltlon showliug uclih linra.t-
1 hei over 3uoo ,.r cent G. itral
bs wihal also in.ad aliuit h,oi r
* aid blind tigrc t ar- fltourihliig
6100 the efforts of the- tplocl- *aI
40- W1agh esltcially diffhie i to 1, 1
1* hisaet thipet claz of la br.e-ak
O rThbis information i ipubli.hd to
"0 Atlanta Journal. hiclh ha. t 111
ivOeally tiui ,porteOd thp rt|hll aittn
Slld done all iu its pl, r to etdu
I PIblle intilnimt t. upheld it


momm pf** inoffeqpg an.. &A


aunncu-n u .ummaii I.
The' Char,1-ton l'o-t sa\s: Ti
Sme0t lh I?. jit- a tille? iinte re'-t,'el in
;c'il j'l-.t :t- nin 'srou,.l r''.r- '. t It
the I- vna l .,r\ire.. and in thi- arm y.
tooI. ia,- a %.%\ ther pr irt of thh c ulntry.
iand. n- Admiral S;prrv re -arkl i at
the haniquI t in it i nic tnd. tlhe battle-
ship fl-eet is ver, largely In control of
officers from the South The- fleet it-
SeIf includes- the hattl,.'hlips ;eorgia.
Imoutslana. Alabama. Virginia. Ken-
tucky and Missourl It ought to Ib'
pswslhle to get away from all this
stuff about reunion and fraternization
of the Pections upon every patriotic
occasion."
The Montgomery Advertiser says.:
*The situation In Liberia is not alto-
gK.ther reassuring to those who have
banked upon the capacity of the ne-
gro to conductt a government In an
orderly and meemly way. Liberia, as
a well-regulated Republic. has been
the dream of extremists and idealists.
yet after over half a century of trial
we find it in the throes of bankruptcy.
corruption and dissolution. It Is lo-
cated in the best part of Africa and
was sponsored by Americans and has
been considered more or less as a
ward of the nation, but present indica-
tions point to a protectorate by Great
Britain in order to save vast sums of
money owing to the people of that
country. There is still truth and force
in the expression that you 'cannot
make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.' "

The Oregon Senate has passed a bill
restricting marriage to persons whose
good health has been certified to by
physicians. This is doubtless a step
in the right direction and it will prob-
ably be followed sooner or later by
the legislatures of States apparently
less progressive than that of Oregon.
It is the application in a mild and lim-
ited form of the knowledge that breed-
ers have exercised for the improve-
nient of their animals for centuries,
and that nature has used since the
foundation of the world in the law
of the survival of the fittest. Civili-
zation and artificial social conditions
have interfered with and to a great
extent n-egatived this law. with results
in many instances of degneracy. W-
have made great progress in science
and in material things. but it would
Iwe difficult to show that the genus
homo physically or Intellectually has
been Improved in the last three thou-
sand years There are evidence-s that
in (;retee, Rome and Egypt the quality
.f brain at.d brawn was as good In
extinct civilization as they are in
our own. We have greatly improved
the equine, bovine, canine and other
sp-cles of the animal kingdom in in-
telligent breeding. The law Is per-
fectly understood. is it not time that
it should in some way be applied to
the higher animal?

T'roui:,h the !! L*t!L-Le of Go(ernor
(Gailchript the trustees of the- Internal
Improvemet Fund have adopted a
resolution which provides that no
more sales of lands in the El-rglades
.hall hi.- nialad- to syndicates. but that
It shall be r,...-rv'd. for the preietln
at lha.-t. for l iona nide settlhr. It
is another ('a-e. hoe;F.r, of locking
the stahle door after the hors- has
1 '-.t to()lti sltid if thits land ir ,.,e-r
r-<' laine-d. s hivh e t,-ri iusIl d ntlat
Sill i** d ine- e x -l-t ii> a ftew sjlt,- It
w ill be f(ountd that the- ton 't of it lha
Ie-en gobbhled up i,> the ih ;advanced etian-' to out Isrow-
:ird.s hobbt afue r all otl re--our ,.-
had Lie. 1i e \hti(-t, d


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T'b. Punta G(iereh Iit-raid thii k, ihae re.-,Prt feePr jie noi IW l 'I t1 1- 1
bei'ais Of th'. conlilict' tlli- Otld ,t thaillK it a % se-re geoel i rfall i,-.a11 ti t h u -n
MA twb dont., at tiil.liti.- %ita tare-rue-t hi'.'i ii.,t~ii-A ill*m
eb carig.. of Ihit. state, Till., ity
bUStbhe ()'Abwa h til %11,1 Ii# the t v9.i
~~~~~W Ik, thl- 11%a lit*- 1n B.tea eware of Ointments for Catarrh
~4P~oraag .~~,ha'St., I k. It That Contain Mercury
a~. nd SEuiil itt istt 'ae IIibe te 1(iii, %%i l &-mleY dvi,-'teY the
4"~ 11141eitliig it11~ea aa i.1, Ital,' i-,. f t~lt 1 ji loate ( ,e ,1 1. t. d~a.-r caags
ali Our d.j, At- rvxa.re1 tll,- f 1c 1.h1~ i .t i 114el.e 1. Ill %i t, i it #-IIt. rai.i: it
blake itt.' fltel it-rI.- titU h t~ III .. tirf~t s" I.
all I.-taethlga1 Iijr. tat like sata le-. -euile twe~tr lit- u-i evift.'t
ISa li A %a. i-c-ci. I aiaie. I tc i.ik' tie ilk r Itt r!- -1
be th-aj.1 th i tdae lR ', ~ t.- e.ililgei 1,- 'A`^ i ell c
&U il S I VAklAIj Low 4 .11111" 11 It la feile tto the IgueA ciC. ( AIA
10 tak.- ~ If itt, lte -. % tle fl:-:ca til, 1.4 I~ Ia~tr
41111t", -a, h e tu Ii i E -it I. I i-

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d fe~j g~je k~tk&~lk~irf Il. ~~a atelI tu I t..


..iA iat cuil. ji1I g uil1 ti all it uddiartb im III ItV ~
W~l to~ Lut VImiiu PU1*-,1 1)I&&


Thr iitrov. nnle canal |rjon|Kithm
at I'.taatin. 1i- aipjrretitl :ia titled
antd the' Io,-k itise of c.inal thI e one
ad,"t1. el, f'ar,. h e th,- I'r,"- d'eiit. the
Pre-Id,-nt ,lct, the di.tlitgulihed en-
anna-r who arItiitantled Mr. Taft
thither and the*- t'iares-sionall groupl,
that has recently ,returned from Pana-
nma The party that accompanied Mr.
Jomsph Pulitser. editor of The New
York World. has not s)t been heard
from. but the fact that the lock type
of canal can be built in half the time
and at a trifle less cost (about forty
millions of dollars). that it will afford
between the terminal of the canal a
wide sweet water lake In which the
salt soaked vessels can anchor and
be scraped and where the largest ships
can easily pas each other are argu-
ments largely In favor of the plan
adopted. The building of the canal
has been put off too long. If it la to
be done It were well that It be done
quickly. The Pacific coast is clamor-
ing for a big fleet as a picket line be-
tween Ban Frandsco, Seattle and LIs
Angeles on this side, and Yokohama.
Toklo and Osaka on the other side. It
will be much more economical to shift
our fleet from our Atlantic coast to
our Pacific borders, or vice versa whem
necessary, than to keep up big naval
establishments on both our Eastern
and our Western lltorials.


In commending Attorney-General
Trammell for taking upon himself the
duty of looking after the legal affairs
of the trustees of the Internal Im-
provement Fund it is unjust to former
Attorney-General Ellis to insinuate
that Mr. Trammell is performing a
duty which his predecessor shirked.
Mr. Ellis was always ready and will-
ing to do this work. but It seems that
Governor Broward preferred to em-
ploy special counsel, in the person of
ex-Governor Jennngs, and such was
done. It is said. over the protest of
Mr. Ellis. For some reason the form-
er Attorney-General was not on the
best of terms with the ruling spirits of
the Broward administration, and his
term of office was made as unpleas-
ant as it was possible to make it for
him.

Senator Tillman says that President
Roosevelt's homes' commission report
on vim and lamorality is too vile to
be sent through the malls, and should
be denied such privilege.

A little want ad. will accomplish
big results.
A Harry-Up Medicine.
Every housekeeper recognizes the
need of effective remedies to be used
in emergoaeles--when something must
be done right away. Such a remedy
is Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains
and bruises, for strained muscles and
for the aches and pains resulting
from blows and falls. Burns and cuts
ari Instantly relieved by it and
helped to healing. Its mission of
mercy began seventy years ago. It
is used in all countries and millions
of bottles are sold annually. There
is but one Painkiller. Perry Davis.
lave ya n osee the new large 35c size?
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I haO asWmUe te hlat I m a can-r
My Tea Aseamer for the yar 1ar.
t th*.ed-.m to be eld n April the
oth.mad met eameetly request you
antogive asead yeur Tole and support
$1a11 t" ag dauy aad reculer Or
ar the pslto a. the doar.
Tbambhag youfaor your past endorse-
meat, rem Tours very truly.
EL 2. COLSON.

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to sr M troubles. billoaumasae ind
mmelbtisn. Revise your diet. lot
eMaMN Wed not ea pampered appetite
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In Which a Resident of Alachua County u

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, awd

Certificates Valued at $3,150.0 Furnisel

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Rep

senaves of The R. S. Howard Co. of Hi!

The Contestto he Conducted by THE SUI


Bhaff of Bush & Safford.


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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano yill be given to the pea
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the hihO
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : :


Additional


Gifts


In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano 0l
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be a
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will I
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua Couqy:
To ..... .lt b i wui amW t rm tN.......
To e Nud ik6 r mu |g t o -i t iu vs a bM u Ntfr f r ...... .. ll
To 6@ @xi r- q BIn@0m mi a f te ........a- ..-. *1 i
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to sayn
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the P
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects thl
to will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get

SVotes-
The following merchants will give one vote
for .very cent paid Into their establishbments for
goods which they baodle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Phifer roee. *
Hyde & Tench.
Where Vtes y Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found in the establiah-
menta of the merchants giving votes and at Th,
Bun office. Votes sent by mall must bto directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
Galuesvillv. Ilurida..


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Rules and Regulatm
1. The contest Is open to anyone ivWll
Alachua county uho Is known by the
of the contest or vouched for by some
person, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative o ftlMt
priftorr of the above-namned firms arenII 'si
participate in this contest, and will partUdlp
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding i
candidates or others lntere ted in this
such controversy may be referred to t6.
durtors of conts-,t. who alone are the P41
qualiftld to reuder dctte,.
4. Ill the elent a candidate decides 10
draw from the race,. .such Catndidate %'ll
allowed to transft r ot(,, tlu the credit of
candidate in the contest


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$1.25-Three months' *ubscripticn ..................... 400 votes 0
$2.50-Six months' subscription ....................... .1,000 votes 1,0
$5.00-One year's subscription .......... .. ........ 3,000 votes 3,50
For a club cf five one-year subscriptions (before April 1. 1909). 25,000 votes 30.00
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptious (before April 1) .25,000 votes 30,00
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THIE DAILY Sl'N: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 28, 1909


- ~ce


Ire. iore comedi iiies. i
Stadid allstar lplay- ni,.trel firt-lart in thei al Paln
ever been gathered (rotto." d the fuy a Th
1 m1 pasy. Every actf
i eelty which has I' Poshsunimille Slpieller.'" were th D while the hItures of the' lwrforniac.e given during
SIIW i, wiletethe tiree sunminer *ai.on at the Wib-
Stria (;nroa(. on the New York Theatre
WE KRoomf (;arden. In addition to the big
olio with pecilaltles by Billy Ker-
Mistake You sands. James Crosby. Campbell &
S ia tf YouA Meaux. Monroe Tabor. Montrose Doug-
Atvic,. lass. ,Prince. the hoop i anrvel, there
year kideys. will be a singing novelty called the
Ilh It the back. uri- l)ie (College Rangers." in which the
shieass and nerv- singing force of the conimpainy ill
to at and no time btw heard to advantage.
L u are all symP- Pricte. 3.'.. 50 and 7Tc. Reserved
e. and you should seats on sale Wednesday at box office
is known to -
Ister Baby Hands
rB e is the remedy Will get Into mnischief--often It
1 etb*o aesti i means a burn or cut or scald. Apply
S~ibbor cases In liallard's Snow Linlmeat just as soon
demands the accident happens, and the pain
u rldents demand will be relieved, while the wound will
I S tat Cltalli in heal quickly and nicely. A sure cure
I Mial for sprains, rheumatism and all pains.
Mel of Starke. Fla.. Price 2,c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Bold
S Kidney Pillsby W. M. Johnson.
WumlMda*tion as they
bSilt to me that al) For Aged Colored People.
b I hi previously used.
hi0 kM.y trouble for The s.*rlices at the Mt. "lasantt
IW kiaey secretions M. E colored church today %ill Ibe
1 Is slsagwae and I ot a very intertstMing nature, all dai
b riS 05 six to eight Th'. li*oys l.chir will -iaIg for the- Suin
I fa *gt. I also had a.wa l .th ad 'rolf Perkn itt.t-
shklthered by pain the liare lit.' to co'lle- aid l 'ling all if
il" 1 taally procured t lii" children At 11 i i i n -rir ii.
PI Mab and the-y .tx.li sintilg hly the junior chair At :' I
th0 Ume I had taken I l h,'(lIial ..-rlain to th. age'd alnd
I l tWO boxes the bac'k .'tingilig t Io '1- b t i h(,ir-, aigt lfrotm
io p bstirely diuaii,.ear i,'dlI ;a1d lelialt.&tlet1 i ele ii4-'1 w% II
'sl es of il.. kidiet) I tM- I 11 **\. lll .tm,- r rr i ', i
Of bscaaew regular I t 7 1 r '
i* P c at t bette-r that T i i t \.A1l.KlEl( I'*s-tt,
hog t e... -
a0 I kler, i ,.. :,, CAPUCINE for "THAT HEADACHE."
11411 CUo IhCfnalo Out l niihtt' Hfiedatche and i-r
b t for ther lI tted t :- th:, mnvrni'nr Ilick.i-' Capuditi-
tl, t .Y tI:llg to) fit % u fr bit tine--'
l a$--Uoa -andId 'l ar the- hIe.dil l.ra, tihe '
r ;:t At lrtl 'tier.vr


hlilg hote Very Favorable Comme.,t Throug -
out the State.

l-- .... -oo.-oo.0o
..... 30.000.00
CS ..... .. as325.000.00
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to be sure you are getting one that
will cure your cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy always cures. Price
25 and 50 cents a bottle. For sale by
aji druggists.

BURKHIM'S PIANO CONTEST.

Miss Ellis Still Lead for the Band in
This Contest.
Miss Iorian Ellis ih still the leader
for the band' in the piano contest of
L J. Iturkhim. and If the friends of
the High School desire to be winners
they had better get to work. for the
leader Is steadily leaving the other
candidates.
Following is the standing of the caa-
J dates:
Miss Dorian Ellis (for band) .. 97,000
High School ... ...... .79.820
('apt Alhare.z .. 61.955
amie Cannon ..... ..12.95


Sallie ik ville ...... ....... .. .
Miss Shands ..................
Anita Groff. New berry ........
Mary Fernandez ...... ....
J W Glea on . .
Flossie Graves . ..
Emma Iee lludson ..... ..... .


5.490
3.490
2.400
400
150
126
100


L. J. DURKHIM.


Hamlet
Had melancholy, probably caused by
in inactive liver A bad liver makes.
one cross and irritable, causes mental
.nd physical depression and may re-
sult disastrously. Ballard's Herbine
is acknos pledged to be the perfect liver
regulator if you're blue and out of
sorts., get a bottle today A positive
cure for bilious headache. constipa-
'ion., chills and feeer and all liver
:omiplaints. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
The Law of Gravity.
"lile'l the JilAt'. rie I h.n lulagi'ter died anway
"-Mr hItaillff. liiiilu-iiil the lislru,
tieiae fIrei in the' lit h I. eject ltw neita
man wI. he ,itith ith law l ,f gra by "'
IlhiladelIhia !A Ige'r



CASTOR IA
?or Ifaut. a4d Cldzea.&
Tue Kid 0ou Hall Alwrys BIit
Bears tL.

A Biter P.il
l i ,, il" **I l'r,. li,-r
.i l l '.. i ,* I l 1 i l .
I, ',a i ,' t lh liian llli'r.ril-d

For That Terrible Itching.
t. ge-aiS te-tter and salt rheuim kee.p
tlil t e i ttliia ll plr-lf-viual toriiitilt
I hi giallie thblo of ChaiijubrlalUb's
dgie II llI lutstntly allay this iL-hlug.
and many cases have b-ee cured by
its Use. Fur sale by all druglatsa.


MOTHERS THOMAS EATS
S WOMAN AND SIPS

WHIPPING OCCURRED AT JOHN-
W H HAVE SON'* HALL FRIDAY EVENING.

I| Jealousy Was His Only Cause. But He
A USucceeded in Bruising Her
Terribly.
Find Help in Lydia E. Pink* Terribly.- -
CanosVe ta C o unp d Ike Tiomana. a i.gro ne -.identit oif the
i *llh,. ho i-t o i a ling fellow of th,.
Winchester. Ind. --"Four doctors h o oun felow the
toMll me it'.t tH'.e en'il i ver 'nr' ,"cn i r (1 i- 1','ee-..I t :; ti.,,!r.:'.l ItIn
t it t .1 ",' et- .' I.: I.r I ;, r i r l u aI.. 1 a, ll
I,..,- i.,e le a l)i r,, Thirl i'**rle h;l'i l,'l.<-14 with Ik.- for
I U ,uild liloat, ;ued
SMiflerfronil i at .r1ll- illttlithi I'a-t biut r-ce.lnt. had
l udeawti |>aitis.etl;in:ps lcxOtile toil lil.it Hear. of hi.' coi-
alid chills, alndI a ia. iild asd pasliiig attention to
I oid nt sleep iothr nin. a- he e-xloressed it. and hi-
iilahts. Mv nimtlher
wrote tor. Pi nk- peut a st"tol to it b) giving her a ,,e-
/ ham for advice,adxl ere, IN-atitng that will put her ~lu ed
I began to take fur sonie time to come
| L.ydiaE.Plnk ham's Just wha kind of a waon Ike ud
Vegetable Comr- Juot what kind of a apon Ikes uced
pund. After taking one and one. could not o. learned, hut he succeeded
half bottles of the Compound, I am all in disfiguring her, and she was scarce-
right again, and I recommend it to ly able to tell her troubles to the I p
every suffering woman. -MiS. ]MATIliY nian v6heII he as unimoned to
DAL., Winchester, Ind.
]lHundreds of such letters from girls her aid late Friday night.
and mothers expressiniftheir gratitude Ike has left for other field. but he-
for what Lydia E. iinkhawm'sfl e- is swell known by the officers.
table Compound has accomplished for
them have been received by The Lydia
E. Pinkham Medicine Compaiy, Lynn, Save Money by Buying Chamberlain's
Mass.
Girls who are troubled with painful Cough Remedy.
or Irregular periods, backache, head- You will pay just as much for a
ache.dragging-down sensations, faint- bottle of Chambe.rlain's Cough Reme-
ilg spells or indigestion, should take
immediate action to ward off the seri. J a- for any of the oth-r cough media
ous consequences and be restored to tines. but you save money In buying
health by Lydia E. 1'Pikham's VeRge- t. The saving is in what you get, not
table Compound Thousands have been hat ou ,pay. The sure-to-cure youL
restored to health by its use.
If yen would like speelal advie quality is in every bottle of this reme-
about your case write a coflden- dy. and you get good results when
til .letter to Mrs. Plmkham, aAt you take it. Neglected colds often de-
Lynn, nMas. Her advle is rii yvelop serious conditions. and when
b alwaysoa Be u,, ,.. a h,, mdiin.. ..n a... .


Relerenels:
I~ndden & Bates
Abramne-HllliCo.


Addnm:
GAINESVILLE.
FLA.


Miss N. Norton





and Pkin Fsm.....


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Breads, Cakes aod

-pies
Having rrpai d and senovated oar
Bakery, we a m now pupam to guy
you excellent service. Have our wo-
gon "tofp t your door every morning.

IKEYSTOE MAERY
RL T. bcha-r, Prop. Pbow 165




Second Carload


HORSES
-ANDI -


MULES
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Davis & Oliver
Livery, Sale d Feed Ltables
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TELEPHONE-





Ville; w k Ocala sod hbm
yumd; w"g oo f euwm 31
y,; mouth to ALims..RIO
"A worhimgsc. Speina
Codmrl.ar ml dall lakm&d

TOJWNS, PH(O'PHATK KMI,
STILIA, 8&W-MILLA MWd FkAVP
Me~ .. andAnpww
ow 0onePhim


Eastt FriaTds b
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ADOkN


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EVERTWHERE


--ettled By-
Galnesville Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
The awake prison reads the waat
a'il.. e ,y d1.1. aLd I~ awer some a-
I mo-l sU often.


HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.
WNOLESALC



Groceries and Grain
T'() 1 TIIF: 1'I : k \II I'
No Order Too Large e
b6l tM Il GAINISVlti FlHORMm


SI Iw- -- .- [ -


gjady. March 4th.
ismd s in minmitrelsy
been attempted by
-I of colored Iper
I -ai -. .


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,-a


Fm a *a vow a" 6"Tspor... 'e
f REE TO YOU-M1Y SISTER*. w fwotMn
Ibows few. "dUc. gum.
witl rend. b~eooe *slowabolmu.. vir --
miwntith .ei 1 ilwr. Lours to a" 8010
5t w'v9 a33 ewmes%.I wu' artontollis ml0
rlout m)'".Uf. oWr-Y.U Fat im.tot I w MWW Fll
to cue tyir vws at home .witimimt a
Wbat we wwo--a bvw buo sosoea e -o
hotW than nop6W be -I hoew IT ok %o


o"monewbmamma get
I wssm"Wmmdi m il


~"--*~-aI wi' i 7r ~Mwi'h t..~' Cron, ftV! 'C-0 t yae,--~
*.ci- r ~edA,. 1z Waill W*j:'ewle *.411With .I v'V-0-~4 ew *0J JoiL st"
a- -life&*. t. iU OW tow 74a suffer it YIN wismamo Iw vll mood y"uthe 'Iftw.:
*'fl%5OWN X MDSAL. willSS egar'siss11111cob-stsion
rrst~~r ,. mw i~d ho-v th" ea" etyUu~~i~vat bmwe.k ZV'y wo a 01--=14l ks-ut1s.
to iefet yo b o rsa-AL h'. Tef wahew ea Umnsmw" ,tOW th bino. vernalla.It C.1*00111
or a' vsuug.To watbrssegi I'mbwus. I wlormesplis ma 91=1011'mse* r"atO"'m hihujtm
~4.9fftwallp eur~d IANCOhi1- Gom, 51ckLgoon. ud I"aiw OfIwcusilir 16902"asLi
ljimi.. Vlmmmm halh ls W mk IGOarmits froe.m i NO
Wheisr le n 4b's, I earn ufa ea W de I& kot perowe aim oflWwbe bh e v 'ml
-- onsbusor that this Hum TvuhnA reatlly eweum aswumet's dhrnsoomm m a inwwr:
-an ubmt JO-e- V~ ede"tst.s md atheafte.~day's JMN gesf
WW I" a.-3 yses ~pgV- thh osf- Addois a
yin U smums, vlow of a 0* Sm UsN4Mi, ILUas. &


The railroad from lilountstown to
the I. & N. at Cypress has passed the
"talk" stage and is now a certainty.
A big sawmill is also to be located
at that place shortly.

Pneumonia Follows Lagrlppe.
Pneumonia often follows lagrippe
but never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. for lagrippe coughs
ind deep-seated colds. Refuse any but
the genuine In the yellow package.
I W McCollUm & Co.

6EO. W. AVEUPOIT


Tuoem ad Rehuilier
Estimate Furnmihed promptly and All
Work Guaranteed.




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rim --
W;Est


hSISL pjTapt6*T
algRPORTERS&

sdWha 1s Ge-
~ee5i and


ILltr


8allhy &


g" at Iguthgtord'
-of


41dO "twas a


visitor


d PImer was a

Pa d to ladis'

.Ma was among the
"S ity yesterday.
d trn a sort
visit to Jack-

WNr Creek was in
i. e was en route

f the Pine Cottage
business In the

ma, Burnett. were
mroa the Jonet-, lilh1
d saturday.
ga you would ha'e.
p" We are the origi-
B alley & Co.
E the Lynch Lumber
Park. was transact-
lel dity yesterday .
alat is guaranteed to
lals and lagrippe.
IV W. M. Johnson.
president of the
i Bank. left yester-
publeas trip to Jack-

marbles and chalk.
it support. We sell
Ndud to sell for less.

rser suit now while
man here to
Iebl lt and 2nd.

SNoKmrth Gainesville
ntrday for High
buisu y In that see-
sad friends.
0 d tshoe polishes for
mothers. Suededene
1116 o" and all col-
s L C. Smith.
P-msy of Cadillac
aMerday. He owns a
? Ai ad if motbing
I at will have a fine
0l mason..
IIa brother of G. A.
d.I has arrived from
tbhihu ror. C.. and
1h*ierlity of Florida
,N W of the Iterm .



oiveIen. adam-h
UaMs ewowurbea
(k "'sHOWoet.PW
I ald *c
Atrial pbck4ge
wr bo wui d-
I Iw. N V


Cedar Key u'toritri. day and night.
at Rutherford'is Restalarint.
It wIIl Ie~i% '.em lt p iar. Iii-. tu
l'rii~oi-levii.- IIneei %e A. v& .e 'r
flf.%t A dact % A.-k the m %% lit
Ja onie'am~. i II"Am's V.rv iv=i,'I ihr

r1ety H. S. (;ra'e#.s plm.t I:, 1i
John oof;,, 1 r airix-- llkia~ht.,-.
olilan toenof that jilau. i- i ve ~e mseiMiarhi-
fltmvm1'rE% frie'ts.1,.In the eclt' i -ten-r

Tho slight frowfc. l%- o k .~ 'e ta ft-uet, 41
ame .grow. r-i. im it (l id thot aif#.(-t
valley & Co. Their lbuivme-s rii%

'ham S laiiaht-t r of Mleutinnpy wait In
thoo' cit% i. =.r (I. H*l I ?. j iiij harge (of


('hickerimig. Knalo.. Mathiishvk,
i-clio-r and mmu Ir- &t. oipel1.tiawm ail
c rowns Organs for alp by vW. L. 11111.
Pianos for runt or em-hangc'


Childr,'-n l% Cuts
are most attractive
Widow pumps and
brown and black. L.


fr thi.- k';-4'-i
W'. hae.. Mern
Garden Ties in
C Smith.


Orders taker for spring and summer
suits by experienced man from Cincin-
nati Monday and Tuesday. We guar-
antee a fit. Phifer & Morris Co
J. G. lkhville. the trucker of Arre.
dondo. as in tie, city 'esterda. He
states that the truckers are all busy
planting their spring beans and other
% egetables.
Prof. P. H. Collier. of the Rochelle
school. was among the visitors to the
city yesterday. He camre over to at-
tend the closing exercises of the'
t'hautauqua.
Mrs. Lovey Osborne of Tampa ar
rived in the city yesterday and silli
si-end the next several days here vl-
Iting her parents and sister at the
Magnolia notel *
Mrs. C. V. McKinsttry and little' on
of Tfoga arrived in the city yesterday
and will 4end a few days here %isit


ing the former's parents. Capt
Mrs A W Taylor.


and


G(;as A Morton of WVillistun. a lpromi-
nelt citizen of that place. was looking
ifter some bumsineii matters here yes-
terday. Gus is always extended a
cordial welcome to Gainesville.
Financially firm. famished fastld-
ious feasters flock for Brown House
for fancy, fine. fitting. flavorous f xd-
lnIlest., feathery. finny -feasibly. favor-
ably. felicitously. faultlessly federated.
Col. It. A. Thrasher and W. G. Rich-
arduon returned yesterday from Hog
island, where they have been for tMe
past ten days enjoying the excellent
hunting and fishing. They report
game plentiful and fish biting well.
"What do you know about this?"
Next Tuesday morning Balley & Co.
will sell Octagon soap seven bars for
a quarter, from 7 to It o'clock. This
sale lasts for five hours only, and not
more than W.0 cents worth to each
household.
Tam Cato. one of the old and ex-
tensive planters of Alachua, was in
the city yesterday. He states that all
of the farmers are busy making prepa-
rations for their planting and that a
great deal of cotton will be planted
in his section this year
T 1). Tinnin. of the Wade-McNair
Company, has returned from a busi-
neis trip in the western part of the
county. where he has been looking af-
ter the company S Swood interests. they
hanlg yth, extien sie contract of zup
pling the A (C nlrailwa;)


a


i aME IMPLIES THE BEST


With Ait aniI'~Ic:eI.l~th~te
of m i Ie'- aii Ie ta''


1= ii a ii~'


M I *es, Buggies and Wagons, Harness&c.

' m K T LIVERY TURNOUTS IN THE CITY


a Savings Account
WITH


Bros,


SBanckers


WE'VE


OVED


At the time when the spring styles were practically set-

tled will enable us in our display of Ladies' Ready-to-

Wear Goods to show you the settled styles. Our show-
ing will include complete lines of Women's and Mises'

Suits, Skirts, Lingerie Dresses, Wash Suits, Waists, Silk

Petticoats, Muslin Underwear and Misses' and Children's

Dresses. Our goods are due to arrive and we kindly

ask you to see our display before you purchase. .


We Are hw Mayw My Bealifd Effscs i Mini ui Fid S
WITH TRIMMINGS TO MATCH

We cordially invite you to make this store your home when down town
t and feel you are welcome whether you buyior not.
S I I I


l lE 111


He who hesitates Is lost Buy your
groceries from Salley & Co. and be
saved-money.
J. W. McDowall of Newberry arriv-


ed in the city yesterday to spend Sun-
day with hss family.
$1.50 per hour for party of six in my
automobile-aly 25 cents each. Phone
Miller's or B. Uillieblum.
T. M. Venable and B. H. Dupree.
two of Arremdo's citisaens, were
visitors to the city yesterday.
Miss Avice Walker, of the Rocky
Point school, was In the city Saturday
on a business 'and pleasure trip.
W. W. Brown of Island Grove. a
farmer of that setloan. was looklag
after some business natters here
Saturday.
Chas. W. Stevens. a successful plant-
er of Alachua. returned to his home
yesterday after having spent the past
two days here on business.
Smart styles in spring footwear for
Women and Misses are being placed
in stock every day. Don't forget the
votes for the new piano contest. L.
C Smith
St. Petersburg Corn. & Sead Co.. St.
Petersburg. Fla.-Burpe's Seeds
Frult. Produce. Eggs, etc. Best egg
market in State. Consignments and
correspondence solicited.
The Woman Christian Tenperance
I'nion will hold it- regular monthly
mnre'ting at the room, 107 West Court
i- ir..'t Monda afternoon at 3:30
Ioclock A full attendant 1e 4I request-

Fim.e-rsimi cottage tu rent on block
(iljininiig i.luare formerly occupied
I)' \W I. I-'(rra inde. city water, elec
tri li.ght- .'**w r.g. Ilth, and all
niPI ,rli irn t i\.tPiA% 'i i A ,II% lAo M r*
S II l (r .ir ar> or Sillin office ,
Sn,, *, i lon i like' u, i a.i our
l.r i C;A t If it 10 ti;t VW .

I .i i i )A i t11 r. .* I .i l -virit


W


"MuE OI. ETE CiMr


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as


WANTED.

WANTEDI-Messenger boy at Western
Union Telegraph office.
WANTED Two tborougbly experienc-
ed salesladles at ones. None but
those experienced need apply. G. W.
Hyde Co.
WANTED-Experleeed book-keeper.
One familiar with the dry good
business preferred. Apply at oeas.
G. W. Hyde Co.

WANTi-MALS NHLP.
MEN WANTED.-C3al at 18 .L Lib.
erty Stre. We eaa interest you
and make It to your aaatage to
work for us

SALESMEN WANTED.
SAI-ESMAN WANTED to sUll to gro
cers, druggists and coasmectioers;
$100 per month and expenses. Cali-
fornia Cider & Extract Co., St. Lou.s,

AGENTS WANTED.
LOCAL AGENT WANTED--A bust-
ling agent wanted by a Northern
commission house to solicit consign-
ments of fruits and vegetables. Ap-
ply to (Germnain. Orlando. Ila.


Mks "e kolli.' Powell1, sho has i N'eng
te ae liig Ilthe--chomicl at I'ar~di-*-. ha'.
4 e0-1 ; I '. -1 Ih. r I III r aiac S ill i t)#-
It n tm t tih4r hi


,i


lluarle COUKhS iid btUffY Cold* that

I,1l't If-- quickl.ky 4ce114e41 hb) Fi"ue) 'a
wA Ta.~ieI ~r, aid ii iit et hetnIitiflim

tilt-e'4411,1i frOLI tII. tY-te iii
W Mc'Colluam & Cu.
I or .% El ii(tha %t' te r iiaa t'%'eurgeo.4j
Iiail. e,ie iscI oft c-rs at ('rkAsf4orel&
Iip.e a. "t-tuble alid sei~liii'm aslii~re'(of
the aIe01ttp.-I1e'1'rn lit. i?. a graduated
4)f tIII# .a. 'te trziir) ('edit ie alid
is ht-iv 'to practie e' has lorcite,:. r ei,j
CILls aj"ziered day ur night litorbe
drutibtry. cattle and dogs all rcci.
IlmtAlt. litoleit


..w


LOST-Lady's bloask e* t i dI
laprobe. Returam Mra. W. I
Palmer.


FOR SALE, CHEAP-A -ed, foMb
gallos eaw. J. C. Ulm&
BOR SAL Good

Box No. ITS.


FOR SALJ-MIo sad l-
West Mas and laser
Apply to M. amders.


Polk IMNT.
COTTAGE for resL tApply Mr What-
stone.
FOR RENT-ivarem- eotta~. Alp
ply 8 Uaberty strt.
FOR RENT-Twoeotagesa near qume.
One furaished. Call Teleraph else.

FOR RENT-Rooms with all modern
conveniences, electric lights. botand
cold baths; with or without board.
Mrs. McGrew. 40o iC. Main street. N.


FOR RENT Five room cottage oas
block next to square; city water.
electric Ulgbts. bath room amd all
modeara convealeacas. Apply at this

If It's printed statlo ery you want.
the Bun ofie Is the place to get ft.


First National Bank
GAINESVILLE. vrLOwHIA


Established Over Twenty Years


INTEI STATES KSiTOR


....We Solicit Your Business....


Jap. (M.arsiai, l,'.U.
F.. Bairel, ace-Pri'e


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To our new quarters-"The Hyde Corner"-and we

extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us in our new

home and see the new creations for spring. Already

we are showing many of the new ideas for early spring

wear, and each day adcds som-rn-ing new to the display.


A VISIT TO THE EASTERN


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