Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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: March 6, 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: VID01597
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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BEAUTIFUL SNOW nonofbia:Iz tramtrlrltin DR. CLINE MARRIED
Sfrom a blizzard. For hours Italtimire
LOVERS ENTIRE NORTH" l2'er clu~nrat ONE WOMAN T
net work of fallen wires. Neither of
the two telegraph comanles had a

b W t Wtoa hr Tea ye "'nle wire working out of aluno, A No Temllng low any Of the o0 AM
Ted the telephone service was badlyAM ow
1 l crippled locally and altogether useless
"dt SgUM I N TYwk. as to outside points. The storm e o Once.
Scaumed the death of Policeman Thom
1 s H. Worthington. who was romov-
&-A#a la o'lock la the aftermsem ad it was Ing a fallen "dead" wire when a live fly reference to the following clip- many living ives this ea
g 1ueat7 T:O &U wire fell. killing hi instantly. A Pilg more will be learned of Dr. A. F; is hard to estimate. HeIi g
ltfeIl ll ir8t16L. Ia New Tet City three Uves were woman was reported killed in north- Cline. who left this city a few nightiq enough to fool some ya i
S t 8 6 M Is e tW tak lg of six Batimore & east ltaltimore since, having been caught at Lake lut r.v to wn ht goes to. a

1 t aW@er tow were blown asbore while Gree. Mount avienu,. i aedo as to (f the note before allou d to proceed e-cap. d o- far Is one o f t
....... t. a4 @i l em weat lcurrygi stop train and lnd to b. cut tot Ir- further wonders.'
O the w r t cover. mit them to pass. The damage to The l EXor has probably sklpped "The last marriage wua pif
IL M but IBetwmeen atimre and Washington wires extended in all directions within ihis city with about $:;0 in cash. be- :t G(Lineilflilht. Fla.. after he wa
iGift t o o I ar h adreds of telegraph poles were car- a radius of thirty miles of this kity. ides there is one of his note's tout for pi'le'd to skip the limits t
Sed down by the weight of snow and $o endorsed by three citizen-n that Carolina to ese (.p am
S --- tl .._a lee and the wind. North and mat of Suffering at Washington. will doubtless have to stand the- Ios. Whie. h. re' last springg be a_
Sathe ity tra a are merely creeping WASHINGTON. March 5.-Much While the indebtedness hfe had ac- checi Olga, T0WWI &Go ianow along without aid of telegraphic suffering was caused among the vast cumulatod here amountt* to several that he was able to touh, S
sao as weep tN ort ders. wIt may be a week before inauguration crowd here by the wintry hundred dollars. in most cases it was was a good many While h*
keii NS I n"ti a1o w re .tored winds the slash under foot and frees for furnishings and other tecessitie.s. the fall he came near getting
w lm o swb at f At so previous tme In the city's Ingd temperature. and a)f none of this has been taken what was coming to him. het
aI V O a i ~se |hisry has the street car service been Two persons were reported dead as away or sold the original owners will e.s of the chaiigang came Waar
IS g goa gt M gt fe .dea M.4 t so severe a blow. The flaancial a result 4 exposure and many other he able to claim everything. as the ing on himt. but unfortunately I
r w1 M. ly teteeb persons are driously 111. The dead: goods are alwx.as sold with a l'.-seso entire country he was able to
-t t es of people who ed Andrew Doran. 5 years old, a Pull- attachmet "' "He' got off light heret o g
tp M tt r n M le man conductor. who died at the union Th rticl aPPeard in : crtan element of te
i m h at a h e iS u w ere ow dito obta t the tautio the colun:i s of the local lpam r pub :i. re d -.arity who insisted he
F T e0 Wahg- winte n e he obtain tlob
f otf A buat -*4 b'inpoe tiono there. Norman A. Stall. 45 years o, of listed at Statesloro. Ga.: ,*r:'aT martyr just before ki
S-- Richmond. Va.. who was sensed with "Hy reft r, n we to a clipi'ng from T' C(ro% elavnd South Georglai
So fwlUnS Cut ONRih* an attack of apoplexy. The Wa!es.loro (N C ) Mes.1eng,-r Iong- it.ded howl about the
i 0- ., 1 ..to ALT1MORZ, March 5l.-(By United All of the hospitals report that they and i tlli e'ncer. which i reiprodure : i l. a'ed r in Pr an
Or lr at Wilms)--Tl Msa- ds of people bound have treated numerous cases of ex- I :nmather colmn. it wl hl e en Sheriff Kendrik simply bern
Q1~ #Ob haustlon aremonus persons who stood for f"ta ,r old-tin:e fellow-citizea, and brought him here after desp
a*y a hours in the slush and snow fri nd. Pr A. E Cline. is once again ezxo-n"-ve struggle tote ea
vwmany the natural parade. notable to fill some newspaper space. and after he had made repl|
Slvi.wing the I"naugural p ar-ItK seems that 'the Ik)c' Is rather tempts to break Jail.
SV Atlantahe Open Gate. addicted to matrimony. hai ing -mar- "The atimophere around i
.ATLANTA. he a t ke. ried one woman twice and married has Iprobably grown
STLANTA. March 5. 8ta -locked t several l others In various sections of warns for 'the Doc' by this m
for six hours. with not a single tele-
or telephone wire in operation the country, going first under one all probability he has skipped
AIn any direction. Washingtonfinally name and then another. Just bow newer fields and greener p12m'
-'- -' --gus secured co umnlation with tbeBt-; t
gom -- aI i *Degl killed hw.' sad kowtaIn the se aw'orl tr tthe Atlanta ofice
i Ql M. o ast o anlasotey ftat the erees of the Associated Press. and for the|
hten mm tutti the affair only news service wire out of the Na -
b1 toN to ame a1 0 was eTared a Uoaal sptaJ TT.
SM t8 o M i W a T s maetod mah. then latr The wires from Atlanta to Chicagol
b 4 ll M W o the kk- ea* bak adr as Waycroes. where and from Chicago to New York were!
I worked hr mm time, or until D& not interfered with. and after com-
I bel fte bueeM .e... m L ti mMenlag down as far matatlUoa had been esablished to
W 41f dMt"W bu he left as HighIlas whem I wrote for my Washlngton news from the Atlanta Following is a clipping taken from with a load of wood. Gres. W-
OWN to ji W tie g wie to eme to me. Some of the offie of the Associated Press, and The Bronson Times-Democrat concern- on a mule. pulled a pistol s.d
a sm d a the a w Hei- people. l n ing of likewise the news of the world was ng the killing of the negro near it at Mr. Wynne Before be d6
my where ts. preceded Aher and hadled to the National Capital Mr. Wynne, who had a shoittr e
I .9 the M ma" wi e I Iwas waiting at the depot to through the Atlanta office there: the nexro to ae his own lif
We V am ata laUtival t her I saw them al ht from the 'T. W. Wynne. manager of the saw- was known to have a pistoL M
SMOr N nft d the traia. nd4 I made for West Florida. Batteeships Have Rough Time. mill of J 0 MeLaurin & Co.. about thought that hen he saw Mr.
m --- W h earU the wakian gnally at Quiacy Util my ar- NORFOLK. Va.. March 5.-With the eight nlile north of Bronson. last wlth a gUIl he expected 0 li
I ~ in eI t, aN WeM me." wind blowing nearly forty miles an Thursday shot and killed Ed Green. armed, anid he pout up a ight
I la m amn & mas ltead that he Iatended to hour across the Hampton Roads the a negro teaamiter in the employ of Sam hut for hi.h quickness. would h10S-
p16 l 'O a Vefm It secre a lawyer and was posltlve that battleshllm of the Sperry fleet at Day. at the latter's wood camp. Mr W>)iine- hi life
W to MR JM whe ebAd be woMd come clear when the case anchor there bad a rough time of it 'Mr W)nn. gave himself up anid 'Two ,ne.gro-e. whu saw the
Meh khit the W toi was called or trial. for the negro We.dn*day night and Thursday The was gi e-n a preliminary hearing Sat ;Il-i to.. if,.ed for th., StAth '. A
was shot with a shotgun and he knew great machines of war rode through urday afternoon tii fore Judge Frie-d rolmrating Mir la ~- te-lti"n'ay
Ar ite MA hM s no such weapon being anywhere the storrni In |-rf-c.t safety but several mani. State Attorney .1 .i ...:. ;- \\'.a wa.- di.sc(harge'd the oal
aeWi helleed : that around the festival small towt. and laenchc<' wer" sunk hIg pre'.s.en i biha lf >r th. Sttat. t.rin. S,.. i lg '.r. a no r-
or driven atshore. There was no lo Iots "'arn I. : acisio. r oeI Ihe ie'grc' ii| hn whieb tsh hltm ir
o)f life The' admiral' launch from who wA.a killed, iwa. th. tie toit i>.-. 1Mr WI'a, hit- nmal, fmtyel
.hAi B llyl e ,a a ettleshi, WWlsconlein was sunk for tt S.tate. 1 Mr I.o tI-iIl.,t *ht I.,.,. acidI Al.athei ',intw's d
I^ C V I | ... -a h usr.1 .Mr \\-ls.I,. <';sll 0 t. I h.. (. gl. i e lbo ri* lyMeaMU d Mu tll Being Used. i 'r h|,.ra. :d (;rId *,i : '- w mJ i" : d (' o n- e '

ten and Almost Cremated time ued again Co issioner Mcin's
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ian. March S.-News reach- place, theyb would ''e.-tlle' with lui :.it .t l r a..-.1 i' ,i. !.-.
""'eM. Mose Colauh an U1 a bi n th.l had .ornl... t ,,,o r f.. ..( R epoft as to IU0on VIB
Who vee ya that oeummu- to reimburse- the old usin h. at oci tir and ..dl ... w .11 d *'. f.l
Ileaed away from bo e by .tgrewd to accolmpaay iah't tou the ,, tL., d. i(rt. :.;- :.. i t t lI. ,
m sald heated severely place deslsg ated by 'Colet'ua b. hutme. tl. i .1 in fr r.,ht .: .. i a.. i. t, ". ... I, I ,


S dee bleas to help hitu It is charged that the young Ilnu hto, i.1. lout., r thati )i L i t ('.ai.uel, a l. r ,,f A.. ,,r, r I : r. b sAi.; *i
wht mla ishot the ,nt set upon their aged victim and beat -ane 11W' oof Al1tl, riatl was bi-In Id for ih r:,,d ui ~ a:..- l.ihr. / ;.l.,. |tut "" *'"*
I h wouM d in the abdom-n' him unmnerclfully After they a ault hauled faul t W e t Miai. tr ;t d la-t 1 I1 .I; *., .. ', r I I',, .. .i,,r .l,. tI4
Sis were John Rutliedge ed an bnbruied bhim. they placed dry' ,' .k ,** .t d, *t- *l imp. J i t, ham t l. .i-l ie,,lile ,1 t uil d a o. i i I t i ,,. .:lt l I' r .3
S lt. I s re ite. pite s straw around his body and set f, r ,'a .;'.4hIt f 1r'4 oa re,.-la i .n ll t a tk l...laS lat I. ,l .rg,et S
e. s age, the m *, it is itu r.e Mil an t ii ie ait a! it I i.- r al or; ,f I l1, ta.d i .ail,- iu. h l 1. S I,,h, m.th % t ItuP
itl boe tree bellgMsl to Cries bnrouht his sum to his aist i ,r A I t:O ti.. w. a ltol, ad at abl- hr..a.tiall Fr I" II.r at .- ltr tlar, -h l'I7. Ia? A nd
sad he ^reputed it to Mr ance. and when he was approaching .tl '1 I. f If 1 ; t-ry e-d that during .iihe,. )-'..r 1 o I t1 ol' ,1, 10 .re
Mleas of thie pea"1e at usa- one of the t ounY agmen shot the buy i..-, t ~. t, a t. ,1 -.t ,tid .mudaoud ;ri'o.uetr o wr ue-.o, r1 haid .,ilan "1r, ,I-t f. r t u, r.-t arr-
Having been reported to causing a painful elsbh wound .ron out1l-1, ttI- cit li0 >It. tI dump ani d 44., umInlt.J l.rl h > l t T. *, 11 t110
ie by the .gret1lly A physician was kept busy all night a'ruueid t,. -t.uar. lu.tr ha.ung thu 313 were di.chage at d ti. nirit i r ,1. I t -'h"
Ie eu"n mei. it Is claii- trying to save his life It is said that mtane aud hauled off the .luare when ouly ,ge,. uunml-r of le T w. r. .,;r .r., fi. s,,f,rn,.riti.iia 'Alube l
M1 they p m eded to pa operation will be necessary to save at has washed into the gutter Who dued Also that 54 escaped 27 uf taSzIa)or i itoridl
ad Md htoi he wesM go his life. Wheb help reached hbim he t to blame"' And it it was ordered whom were recaptured. and 2S died -
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L XIIVI, NO. 24 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SATUIIlAY. 3)Alt('l 6, 1909 TKEN ENTS A
iEAUTIFUL SNOW E'iEs2iDR. CLINE MARRIED





COVERSENTIRE NORTH' d:H ti'or No ONE WOMAN TWld
for the nautwo telegraph cremonleis had ash-
Sf rom a blizzard. Forking out or ialtimore
Ill nk t~ H I~nt Wtnta ~ fr Te. ,as d'^:bordty And Not T-iD Howyu MaOy dr the nct la


crippled locally and altogether useless I DO
NO Wa Yo as to outside points. The storm D ped Once
_cusued the death of Policeman Thornm-
o. 1H. Worthington. who was romov-
w I-As r nh o'clock Ia the after O soo ad it was Ing a fallen "dead" wire when a live Ity reference to the following clip- many living when this 80@126d
stoo" VIMRi 0t0lw" 1due at 7: & IE wire fell. killing him Inmtantly. A lping more will be learned of Dr. A. E iu h:rd to estimate. He 14. d
|agggl M llftI. In New Tat CIty there elvt were woman wasn reported killed in north- (line. 'ho left this city a few nights enough to fool some yoga I
hi U alt In the adm of six Baltmore & past Ialtimore. since, having been caught at Lake lut Ieo.r. toiIw he,. goes to. aad a0
llrgalatoal d t nllm d t-We Ot I bIeaSl a t t. Geon. gStaten A teltA .eh ra.,h calte ,tr e ro thr' le:- by onel of his endorsers on a note l.It e-e-(..! tith ip,.'ltutiary. a
bMg M -G i of lebatIn. N ow TrtW arubo barge tracks of the Ialtimorre anad Ohio at 4;d mrae to shell out thec atui% talent h% illl ,-.fitually h|;d Why
ABlli- 6IM11 011111" -1 = Ier tow were blown ashore while reevev M ount av M hJuae weIII em .L-s_ "-- lmlill aests went scurrytng stop trains and nad to he a1:t to p).r further -wonders.'
Sm tl f J ttB (t the for cOver. mit them to pass. The damage to The Doctor has probably skipped The last marriage wau l i
Wt 1g it. SMLs b t Between Baltimore and Washington wires extended in all directions withirn 'his city with about $S5) in cash. be- at ain..s ill,. Fla.. after hbe iuI
g MOMgoB toilfitlWshIm- hundreds of telegraph poles were car- a radius of thirty miles of this Alty. sides there is one of his notes out for pI,!o,'d to ski) the limits of
ried dow% by the weight of snow and .$!:.. endorsed by three citizens that Carolina to eQs>!|ee an IMeOiM.
SO i -A e e~e ld the wind. North and east of suffering at *ashington. will doubtless have to stand the onss. Whip here last s-riinx be had a
0o SUM MW M f e t the ty trails are merely creeping WASHINGTON. March S.-Much While the indebtedness he had as- checkered career. s% indled *l
o. hertogwtow along without aid of telegraphic luering was caused among the vat rumulat d here amounted to several that he was able to touch. adg
ll IM al r olrders. It may be a week before inauguration crowd here by the wintry hundred dollars. In most cases it was as a good iaany. While here
.t I d awo al coditiosm are restored winds, the slush under foot and frees- for furnishings and other necessities. ti ht fall he came near gettlang M
0 T l i w nd At ,e prevlohs time la the city's ing temferattre. :mzud as none of this has been taken% what was coming to him. Thet
go sub a a bN- k o the history has the street car service been Two persons were reported dead as away or sold the origilual owners will Ie. of th #W go W A p dt of tae dty. des 0o severe a blow. The financial a result Of exposure and many other he able to claim everything, as the, ing on him. but unfortunately iR
ryw ty os is culbe. wrons are erlously 111. The dead goods are alwa. -.sold wih a laso' ,entire 'couitry he was able to
mow 410 -11-11 6aM _II Teassadds of people who expAted Andrew Doran. 6 yrs o Pll- attach H got off light here. bet
SMI ty b a held that to *i s the aWmd ceremo man conductor, who died at the union The folt- f ig article appear d In -1. r ".crtaln helnent of thed
*s n iaee WOIse .m were unable to obtain .tat on the colui:ci of the local paper ipub :'. r.d .n-ri-ty aho insisted be a
ll has aWd trea0ortat on there. Norman A. Stall. 46 years old, of lashed at States oro. Ga.: -,ea, r'artyr just before its 6
t lpa wtse- Richmond. Va.. who was seized with "fly rife r (e to t a clipp;nx from *'':'. (roe lad South Georgian l1
.*tmnit Cut an attack of apoplexy. The Wa,!e.lmro N C ) Mes-isengir -i 'nug-awi.ded ho vl about theM
gSll W ~mes to BALTIMORK, March .-(41y United All of the hospitals report that they Iand l.t.l'ige'nce*r, v.hi.h .is retrodue.*d Oi: i ,:t',ed r nm Pr Cl he
t y g-- yg -n e ed at WI"t#aAl Th)eaads of people bound have treated numerous cases of ex- -,,t'*r ro'nay. it till b, t. ."n s:.riff Kendr.k simply becae
haustion amug persons who stood for I '0t ,aoir old-tirae If-llow.citizen and brought him here after deipu lei
many hours in the slush and snow fritl d. lr A. E Cline. is once again ex s'tn-ive struggle to extslto I
viewing the Inaugural parade. able to fill snme newspalaer space and after h*- had made repe"m
g te ia-ur--- d" It seems that *the Ik)"c is rather tempts to break Jail
T Atlata the Open Gate. addicted to matrimony, having uuA'r- '"Te atmot.phere around Gaims
flAig sTLANTA.Marchrtied one woman twice and married has probably grown uaeed
forsixhours.wTLiNTA.nMarth "- r-sinl tl several others In various sections of warm forl'the Doc' by this tinmta
ulgtfor six hours. aith not a single tele- the country, going first under one all probability he has skipped
SIraph or telephction.e Wairen oration name and then another. Just bow newer fields and greener pMastm
In any direction. Washington Anally
him secured communication with the. ut-
kmMas lg as d awe I|tegn ae killed id.' and knowing theide world through the Atlanta office
a e rgn h W M t I -e l s ot of sdmaoslty that the neireev of the Associated Press. and for the How To W y ne Ia m e o
R mw im ea two are hadd aWlA me I decided to beat it greater part of the day this was the'
aw m Orangs Helohts ntill the affair only news service wire out of the Na
Vawa lft" to km am aim wa ekred as tiosal Capital.
-'Y-"rkwe--". Kl lNegro Near Bronm
-o S-t S Eil h r km 3ut vlsl4td avanumah. then later The v Ires from Atlanta to Chicago,

I worked for some Ute. or until D& not Interfered with. and after rom-!
t M W he is eatlreIm t ame member 1. then coming down as far munication had been established to j
ts shwi ofo ialder. ut he left as Highland. when I wrote for m> Washington news from the Atlanta Following is a clipping taken from with a load of wood. Green, w1 h0
m m Wing to lEs jata rife to come to me. Some of the otice" of the Assoctated Press, and The Bronson Times-Democrat concern. on a mule., pulled a ptol ad
i t Sr t aM of the Orang Hights people, learning of likewise the news of the world was on ame Mr pl Wynne before pi e e
ly whereaouts. preceded her and handled to the National Capital nl the killing or the negro near t at Mr W ynne who had a ehot i.
w alght oI t- hidll." a* e I was waiting at the depot to through the Atlanta office there: the yner to oa ha ow life. 0 g
11-WB 0 w ee Iall at a festival her I saw them alught from the "T. W Wynne, manager of the saw- was known to have a pistol. sad Sb
g. Orma e lights. Sad th ttrala. and I made for West Florida. Sattleships Have Rough Time. matll of JO .0 McLaurin & Co.. about thought that ah..n he eas Mr Wy
9l W1 A W ti ml84r the wrkelang finally at Quincy until my ar- NORFOLK. Va.. March 5 With the eight miles north of HIronson. last with a gun he exi pe BdB'S?!?* < dt, 88 J4 l I WIe mee" wind blowing nearly forty miles an Thursday shot and killed Ed Green armed, and he put up a fight *N1
ml ind ur e was so much Doglsss staled that be Intended t hour across the Hampton Roads the a negro teanster in the employ of Sam hut for hi.s ,,,ick,,kess. would hlVe
068g '9a e-d there it seure a lawyer and was posltUve that battleshlps of the 81perry fleet at Dav. at the latter'. wood camr|. Mr \VW>ine hi.- life
he u to ll Wet whe red he would comae clear when the cas*e anchor there had a rough time of it "Mr W)tnn. gate himself up and "T"fo negri,.- ho sIw twhe 5
g W h> killed the in is- was called for trial, for the negro W.cIue.-sday nlgt and Thursday The sas Ith,'.I a lcre-liminary hearing Sat ;il., t.. in.. forr th.' Stt, et* mh
Sa !. was shot with a shotguu and be knew gr, at machines of war rode through urda after rmnoun b-fore Judge Fried- rohoraia I Mr l-ar ts.-ti OsY t
F ^ a brt the -- h il i o ( no such weapon being anywhere the atorm nin perfect -afe.t% but several ntan. State. Attorn.> .1 M ..... W \\.ine. wa- di.harie i' '-' ,II Ue Inwd bollewI d oer t that around the festival small h<,sts and lan'n-he wer-' alnk iKC lr're'elt i1 in i halIf o. ,, dri e-i ashore There was no loss I'arn I k< e anjiel-r of thie I I|Hre | whleb to heOIi hil
"e{1 f 1 ^ )f life The' admiral c launch from a he w.t killed, a.. h fii th -I it,-. Mr WVcii. l.a- mn>;.n frieh
flu.. battle-ship W isconusn wats Munk fur t(e State- Mr I >.t tI-ir. t ih.t l.ev ;n.,. l ld.1ihas m eitita. ho
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S ten and Almost Cremated; k ltCommissioner McLin'
S:-to t ti .it if rl r l 11 i, t0i he1 'le '.- 1g
n "I I. ts, w l II u h. It
S MA. A_ March 6.-News reach- place. the would e-Itle ath lIni tLI r I. I ,; -c I n, .,%
1 11 t a11 4 ty hat Wednesday uight for the tree ,I t t(.ti,, ,a E f t l
M --r mme... Mme Cuoleman. an It aid. hed. ut theil hatd I It(Aiedt ,. as to C ,o, .i
4 W* W b ho lvea in that cominun t. rh.imturo, th. old uan he at 1ute 1,d i.irl i t f 0
MW. w ea Gec1red away from bow- Lby agreed tol accompany ilh.-h, to th.e ,. jr, : t ..;
o White m a ad heated severely pllac- de'lgualted by ('.alt-iua a huate, .t .I i, frt. I .' .. :'
W M I he calld l sob to" h lp lhltl It ti charge'dl that the )ounlig tti-t 1l) ,), t,, : ,, l.t r t t1 i'ld1 t,1 (', i.t- ,eter |I AF,,r, ,,1 i.',, t
of theO white I shot the s,, set u ipo their uagt-d victim ai d ta t d I f te..a r ll was tig ll fr t', rd ir.t I,,:. I.e,, ,I.r I. -,t ir fr7'll
ing a Seah wouad in the abdom..ni bhin unmercifull> Arfer they aNeult ha ,, :,W \V t., str .r anAfd l.t-t d 1- I ', ". I, ,, I, I ,|, V- '''f
T p n a l g me were JoL. Rutledr ed and bruised hinl. they placed dr l *t* ,11,,11i11e h i.t- tie" ,d 1ee It a. *ie 4 I ,es ta il l tie i. ot i e t *It', ., e r r D 1
sad Be Tar. It ti reported pine straw raroulnd his od .and wl ct .r I m ..d.4 !t r, e..,I .,,t T dI 1 it l 1 I ioIt Iz, A ),k' '! .
A w w aeeks l l the men it is i t t on Br. L .L ItI I t'I l .i I t I- r. it of I 1 1 .44 ;# i*.d ,he .,. ,l u ie sIf %. 1, ,' 1 l *. ,'",4 t fil' e
S2lj cuL t a bee tree 1 bek g1a~g to Cries brought his tsoa tou hbl eatb.t t, t.... I ,i ,at ,a Ikild. t 1.Id tIt .iite i a lfe tr t eii rie ta.-at tir. ht I4,'h *M7. I. d duo
St l lan d hWe reported II to Mr ar a ce, and wh en be was apprachigl 'i f ai f t:- a r> ed that tl ..- .tr 1 "... t e 1tlet-4..- i .,.,,' ,. e
' a w~ h l l, of the peer at Sui ori of th ut r i .- i hot the. o.i a. i tL -,.,d & ,.d Iirl re,r ev.r, ,, hi ., .I.tn, ~ r) It fr lif. tre a
rteMd H having bel n rea port ed to causi a painful nB-aimh iaus d 0.,1. oun -l t ,l -. ,it I, ,.t to du ..It 4t uu .. .,tt ai lu drl tie h r) -t f r 1?.. ri I r
S o at~h by the eg r eaIll A physic' n wad kept btus) all aIght aroutu d I l, -qua.r. L.Lt i halil;tha IJ~ iJ 4 t.r dl,,h. td,,I .,,,d ,ti ,t ,,r .e i, I I *
Ased the eiOag ee. t it chlim- trying to sa e hi. life it is taid that d~me atd hautled otif tht- se utrre ahbten ouusI laml;tre iasuutler cf Il ~ o re- ,;a r e.arefd macfe ,ttorr. at' t. to
ai.1 wheame thp pirucededl to an operation sillI be une-essary to sai t hast wah-sed latuo thle- gutte-r Whoo doued Also that S4i e-scal-'d 27 of tazl.s,.or t IItlierada
ib sWad to him WU he would go h i lite. Wbhen help reached hitm he t, tu blame' And it It was urdervd whom were recaptured and 26 died --
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AMUSEMENTS

Pame4 S1ageWr May Ceme.
See The Sa announced that
Mad-me Calve, the great singer, would
visit hmeevlie It a sufficient number
would obM-te themselves to pur-
chase tickets, many have signified a
desire to have the probability of her
coming assume the nature of a yr-
lalnty.
As before stated. Madame Calve
will be la lorlda within the next
two weeks, her anaager having ar-
ranged dates for Miami. St. Augustine
and Jackaonville. and If iattere can
b satisfaetorfly arranged.Ashe will
make a date for Gainevrtille during
the week beginning March 14th.
In order to ascertain the patronage
that would be accorded .her appear-
asee here. Manager Kalbfeld has
placed a list at the store of Miller &
Vidal and requests all who will pur.
diase tickets to call at the above-
mamxed place sad sign the list. destg-
mating the anuber of tickets they can
mes. This must be attended to not
later than Monday. as it will not be
poialble to arrange for the engage
aest after that date.
The appearance of Madame Calve
s GanoevIUle would be a great adver-
tiemeat or the city, sad would bring
imay people bre frm Ocala. Palatka
and other place ownlg to the cheaper
transpurtatto rate than to Jackso-
villl.
DaD't wait. but call at the store to-
day and deesignate the number of tick-
ets you will take. The opportunity
may never be presented again.
Electric Theatre.
Ko matter what your walk iu life
may be; no matter how old or young;
bow Intelligent or ignorant; bow busy
ar Idle; bow rich or how floor. you
aanaot ahord to Join John Ennor. and
go over the globe with him in a parlor
ear. He is the original originator of
traveloga e and nature romances and
bis glimpees of real life in the outer
world possess an atmosphere and
character that is entirely of his own.
He gives you solid chunks of this
earth direct from the spot.
Mr. Bnnor will be at the Electric
Theatre the coming week and all
aboald hear him on Monday night.
Everything is bIeautifully illuitrat.d
He il the greatest of all travelers
Race Suicide
Is not nearly the menace to incrt.a- .
In population that deaths aiong iii
bats are. Eight out of ten of tht4..c
death are directly or indlrcil N -
by buso el trouble|. Mt.}t. 16 Hally I
Elixir cures diarrhoea. d)yt-ntary.
sour stomach and all Infant allanenit,
of this nature Jubt the tbli'g for
teetblin Iables. P'rIre Z and ,Ic. I-'r
bottle Sold by W. M Jobusul


Library Association Meeting.
There will be a neting. of the lU
brary As~u'latluu Tuv.day afternoon.
at 3 o'cklok 1an. at the ruouo of thr.
association. fur the p urpois of electing
a president for the e'uuinlig >ar, and
for the- tranuawtiou of other bunineAss
I F' 11AMP'roN. I'r.Md.dut
rhleY's Kidney Remedy %ill cure
any case of kidney or bladder trouble
that is nut beyond the reach of wnedi
cine Curea backache and irregularl
Us that if neglected might result li
hiright's Iesa or diabetes J W
MculuM a &Cu.


NEWS OF CIT AND
COUNTY CONDENSED

S Strlngfellow of Alachua was In
the city yesterday. lie was formerly
engalrd In the livery business there
but is now operating an Independent
telephone line.
Jas C(roxton of Mficanopy was In
the city yesterday. lie states that
the little infant of Mr. R. L. Prince
of that jplaee died on Friday and was
Interred in the cemetery.
Cahbhaue crate": sawn latch : t"no-
piece head--r-inanifacturt' our u-i :"
tandlard of ,i x. l. 1 *n *- A-k A o -t I .
r'al grow ;.rT l.t.e t : lu k your order
Melton lumler Co M iN:(nopy. la
The Itaird llardwav. 'Cn:.;,anv h .-
a change- of advertisef.,i t h% toda)'.
Sun on the subject of paint,. The.
suggest that you gil.- it a tr.i'. g m.r
kanteeing it to e loo I-'r i.t pure.
A Religious Author's Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. PF'rerprman. RSili--
bury. N. C.. who is the author of rev.-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was afflicted with kidney trouble and
last winter I was suddenly stricken
with a severe pain in my kidneys and
was confined to bed eight days unable
to get up without assistance. My
urine contained a thick white sedi
meant and I passed same frcquentIl:-
day and night. I commenced taking
Foley's Kidney Remedy. and the laln
gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I che(er
fully recommend Foley'u Kidney Remn
edy. J. W. $lcCollum & Co.
Housekeepers, Attention!
In the Porter block on Saturday.
the 6th, you will Afind )our Sunday
dinner all cooked ready for the table.
(%kes. ples. bread. ralls. devilhd crabs.
salads, potato chipl,. and other good
things. all made by skilled cooks aad
,;old at reasonable prices. Open at 11
o'clock. Come and be happy.
WOMAN'S GUIL.D.
Simple Remedy for Lagrippe.
Lagrippe coughs are dangerous. as
they frequently develop into pneumon
ia. Poley's Honey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heals and strength
ens the lunas so that no serious re
suits need be feared. The genuine
Poley's Honey and Tar contains no
harmful drugs and Is in a yellow pack-
age. Refuse substitutes. J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co.


Why .Suffer?
A eJyou nOe of the thousand cf
suffer from female ailments I Ifgdon, -7t"..
to your druggist and t a bottle of
,Or On the wrappr are direction
During the last half century, Cardni --
establish in thousands of homes, as a safe r
for pain which only women endure. It i is
contains no harmful Ingredients and, an be d,
ed on in almost any case.


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Before I began a=ki ng I mld not do a da.,
would work awhile lie down. I shall always gi g Pm b
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The Greatest Event of the Year
Spring Musical Festival
J is Fi,., Apri INfma 2etk
-- NEW TORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTl---
Conducted by the Faim jo, Interpreter of tile World's
Master Musicians, WALTER


A i-ted lcy (nwtaf Holmquist, la-',; Reed Miller, tenor; Mrs. Cd
Iider-Kelmey, copran,,; \ev ad van ,ler 'Vetr, alto.
FO(I ; t'OINCERT-Mounlay niatii,- hrmhtetral, Monday night. misd
laneoun ; Trim-day Imatine', Art'P" co'irt T-."ie,-ly ..lit. ('ratorio, "'T
(KI{EA1 IN." v it t i i- e.la. kPni ille (Ch. -. -K .ety <.f ;., trained rowv w ad
New ~, rk .)sul'hony o'rchetra and -oho.-tA. S AI\.- <\ TICK1TS.$. 4 l
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-- T. T. ELUDE. Secretary, Jacsnvik Fib-.--.-


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Staple and Fancy Crocerles


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TIlE DAIY 81'N GAINES; fLL, PL(OIKIA, MARCH fi. 1909


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I A&AND LEG WERE
SIN RUNAWAY.

* Unmanaseable and
PIoT f % n sOld Stump,
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-8WI of Paradise. who
ef the companies do-
ge%,. was seriously In-
oafe by being thrown
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l ge- the animal he
agM tump, with serimIo
S abI was broke, also his
ad m. and In all he tI
nJpedi *P, although it Is
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l ft patient and did every-
om r his comfort whUl
8 m keUm bones. but the
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WANSOR6 ITEMS.

March 5.-The farmers
a early start this year.
of Go am around this section
ml some have planted cot-

id Mrs. M. J. Beckham have
uli fromn a trip to the Tampa
th report a nice time
lLdA d Mr. Hamf rigged up a
s mmli bdht with which they
btgli much amusement. lake
behg one of the best sheets
I the State for sailing.
bi a 114 Just finished havhug
yspstm taken out of a 2u-acre
Sakes it look nice.
l ar" and Miss Eva Thomas
ugNlht their school to a sue-
ilMiofthe term. are spending
O- with their father. Mr. F.

W. Wats was in town the other
l M~ght some of the finest
W him seen in this section

1 t. Ormoad. an enterprising farm-
of t hm la, sent a rutabaga tur-
1 the store the other day that
li e pounds. It was perfectly
mlO f exceptionally fine quality
A TMe has been putting up a new
StMOaround his farm.
L fhlsh has put in quite a large
I h4t Potatoes this year. and
N a proves profitable he will
irM to furnish this commodity In
ru elmanties.
O iletet teacher. Mrs Latimer.
0 tertalumeut at the school
- mio e U"n.e uluce. it waa sejoy
d tIen who were present Mrs.
1N46 h a well-equipped and very
i11ftiacher, and the children ha v
0* eaMilent progress under ;.vr eu-
am this winttr.
SL. Rosboruuhg aid fa.ii)n ot
mW1u11e have been spending omiuei
0 Wkit his father. Mr J A ltRo-

4h0811 perch are citing the,..
U ysL. Frank i4e,'kh.tan and lil
-*.L J. ieckhanm. canugant about
141v**e the other dja> If tihe .. Ia,
Sh trails sir k.it out ." ,L.k
lWar few years it would .)on
its old reputation of being tlihe
S"- for' fsh in Florida


IDOAY MORNING FIRE

iu *wdt Reserve of Coffin
Pactery Plant.


NO REASON FOR DOUBT

A Statemect of Facts Backed By a
Strir Guarantee.

u...i.tia t' lin.n )h1.1 r. ', :, ,' .u . n ,. o, ,e' 1 cure ito iall s ofl, r rs. frt'
i n I7. .. rE H -,e.. v
f...I t.i eff.*. a 'ur1",. 'e w ill .-:.,1, .s iIt,,
i ( : ue free Thats a fr.t ik ;
t. t of faets. and se u anit you to
substantiate them at our risk.
i -" '1! Orderlies are a ;.n t':. .'
I.. dependable and safe boel re,.u-
latr. strengthener and tonic. I'They.
re. t:t4. lii h nature's fu:;,'ttl, i i
pilt. ri c,: way. They do not cause
anl, inconvenience. griping or nausea.
They are so pleasant to take and
*ork so easily y that they nimay be f'ae i
b> anyone at any time They tol *--
oughly tone up the whole systemin to
bhailhy activity. They bhae a m u.t
beneficial action upon the liver.
Itexall Orderliles are unsurpassable
and Ideal for the use of children, old
folks and delicate persons. We can
not too highly recommend them to all
sufferers from any form of constipa-
tion and its attendant evils. That's
why we back our faith In them with
our promise of money back If they
do not give entire satisfaction. Two
sizes. 25c and 10c. J. W. McCollum
& Co., corner East Main and Union
streets.

MATERIAL 18 ARRIVING.

Davis A Oliver Will Get to Work on
Building.
The matter of adding the second
story to the large stables of Davis &
Oliver will be commenced within a
very short while, as brick is now be-
ing placed on the ground for this un-
dertakiig.
In sipeaking of the big change that
will take place in their stables Man-
ager Sam Davis yesterday said: "We
want to commence this work by next
week if possible, and believe that we
will have sufficient material on the
ground for the workmen to make the
t-tart. It will be rushed to completion
as fast as possible and when complet-
ed we will have one of the mQst mod-
ern and up-to-date stables to be found
in the State.
"The growth of our business ha.
been something phenomenal and we
Intend to keep up with it even if te
are compelled to put out tonie extra
money to ueet tihe d Few places in Florida can boast of
as well appointed stables as Gaines-
ville has. and the improvements will
put her in the lead on this line, she
having long be,.n noted as the great
est stock center of the State.

TENDERED LINEN SHOWER.

Miss Sallie McClellan Entertains for
Miss Ali;e Thomas on Friday.
Miss Salil. McCle. llain ery pleaant-
iy entertained M1t,-a Alice Thomas at
the home of the former's parents, Mr.
anid Mrs. R McClellan. on Wet Lib-
ert. htree.t. Frida) afternoon in honor
of her alpproaching imarnag'. w which is
to be suolemniied in thia city on March
Pith to Mr J A For.)th of llretard.

The entertainment a- in the ina
tur,. ,f .1 linen :ho, of the )ouinig ladle', a .re prehentt to
pa) their re ipe' to the hunorlird

Th.'> w' e Fr' ilt at the front door by
itl*e Mite'.-. Katthr3 n M C.'lellan and
Martha TIa,':I a id uhe.re-d into the,
larKge re-cieltan riocn., where tlhe') sere
litre duli(e d i. tihe I IZAini -bride.
Kiefr.--~li.K rl' w r.- *.. rs ed fii-i-t


o iKg of ptul, hi anld

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"Pi a g unaue' e IcUtti juhiuig tIl.'i,- M ail% fri. ii-11- if tilt- )i)Ufii
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~kje ()b f t.mui adt. For HEADACHE-Hicko' CAPUDINE.

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BASEBALL.


First Game of the Season Yesterday
on University Diamond.
Thie first game of baseball this season
sas played yesterday afternoon on
the U'niversity diamond between the
tv,, class rivals. the $iphomor,.s and
Freshmen, In which the Freshmen
r % 1< toriouss by the score of 14 to

There 'Acre very few enthusiasts
who witnessed the game. which was a
lively one from beginning to end.
Itoth teams played exceptionally
good ball. and all may be called
amatuer stars. especially Vidal. who
caught a ball in right field.
At first it seemed as If the Sophs.
would be victorious, but the Fre.hles.
on seeing this. got down to business
and brought the score up to 14 to 10.
The Sophs. had the advantage from
the first, they having been practicing
for this great game. but the freshlea
proved themselves the best players.
The line-up was as follows:
Freshles Position. Sophs.
Moody-........... ........ Langston.


Taylor. E. A ......
Riley ........ .
Hands. Wm. ....
ouls....... ...
Bamberg ........
House ........ .

Baker. A. A......
U'mpire-Pile.


p ............Price
lb .......... Hunter
2b ........Christian
3b ........Mathews
so ........... Davis
If ......... Sands. J.
cf .... .....
rf ............Vidal
Scorer-Storter.


FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Galnes-
vllle:
I am a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and ef-
ciently. night and day, and iy record
is open for inspection.
If my service during the past year
bas been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citU-
sen who Is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
e: deavored to give In the past
Yours for order,
BEN 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. 1 respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and impartially discharge
the. duties of the office should I be
elatted. Respectfully.
CHA8. C. WARREN.

I respectfully -mwor-ee myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
on April 13, 1909. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duUties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. ir-
respective of party atilatm n.
CHASE. M. DELL

FOR TAX A CSESOR.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year 1909. Having been Tax As-
sessor for four years. I am fully pre-
pared to fill the office. as my record
will show, the city assessment hay-
inK Iten iucreased in that time from
a little' ou r $*M).UO0 to over $l.00.000.U
I %.as presented from running for this
office last year on account of sickness,.
and now respectfully solicit your
voter. \W M BRADFORD).

To the Voters of Gainesville:
I hereby announce that I am a caLk
didate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Asce;,-or for the year 1909,
in the election to be held on April the
:thlb. and most earnestly request you
all to give we your vote and support
for the porltiton
Thanking you for your past endorse-
ment. I remain, Yours very truly.
I1 R COLON

A he-altthi mIsn ii a king in his owun
right, ain liunhoulthy maun tI aln unbap
I') lav'. itirdm,-k ltllsld litter,
I.l.,le,n u1p ,.tlulll health k

The want ads. do more real estate,
in,' i. *as than all other brokers cor('
*Il In fact, they "start" rrno t **'
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]LICENSE REPORT

List of Licenses Issued for "Business. Profesimtal or OUm AU '(.
der the laws of the State of Florida In AlachlM oamty. for re r
October. 1. 190O. and ending September 30, IMW. both days M Ij
period from October 1 8, IS. to Febiniry 28. 1, both days himie.
H. 0. MASON. Comty Jm .
W. D. DICKINUON. Tax ..
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Na. To whom lMed, purpose and ex- Prm what
test to which licsse is good. date laed.
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A. N. Walder. Merchant...........
Crawford & Co.. Druggist.........
Micanopy Banking Co. Bankers....
J. C. Beach. Merchant..............
J. T. Gaddy, Merchant............
G. 8. Merchant & Co.. Merchant....
Miss M. M. Maningl. Mercheat.....
Mrs. B. E. Tallant, Merchant......
Cummer Lumber Co., Merchants....
Cummer Lumber Co., Merchamts ...
Cummer Lumber Co., Distillers
of Turpentine ......................
Cummer Lumber Co.. Merchants...
Cummer Lumber Co.. Merchants....
Cummer Lumber Co., Mercbants...
Cummer Lumber Co.. Merchants...
Cummer Lumber Co.. Phosphate


Plant .
17 Cummer
Plant
18 Cummer
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19 Cummer
Plant .
20 C'ummer
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Co. Phop .**hate
Co. Pbo~l~hate


*l N. II. Mott. Merchant ..........
:.' A. Ii. Edgell. Merchant .........
23 A J. Vidal. Wu glist............
'4 Cummer Lumber Co. Phosphate
Plant ........................
;, T II. Tllis & Son. Merchants...
26 W. P. Moseley. Merchant.......
27 E 8S. Ludwig. Merchant.........
2 ('Cumnier Lumber Co.. Merchant.
; W. A. PaulsenMerchant.
30 C W. Parke Dmatic Co. Show
31 E .I. 1 ersgon. Merchant .... .
32 Efla Holllus. Merchant ......
33 P It H Dudley Mer.chant. -
14 T. W. Washington. Merchant...
35 W J. Lock. Merchant........
It J. R Feaster., Merhcant .-
37 Jas F Smith Photographer
3, J J He.rry. Merchant.
39 J E Thrasher. Merchant
40 J Thra.she.r. Merchant
41 J Jones. Restaurant.
42 8 N (',hitv Merchant
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e.tibel be opes at my osice
meI U. ld ee tms ebruaryl t

S1 March I boels for
S ma beal an Bdar ave aon-
tio o f you are not already
tro t ty have your inauve




I ad- tea boos at onc ity e.









.D J AXKY DBLL.
O-ty Clerk and Treasurfr
l w be opm at my alice
U. IL 111U4Sf oloe bfem February
3, IW, to March 13, s.i. Hours for
G~Uatm arUeom la.. e. to 120s., a




2 P.=t COL4P. eerin mindP
i rain the county alone
O nwt eatitle you to vote in tb4
SWla i' soAPUDIN tou are not already
4014s"e in tho city have your name
S e- fvt the book at o feve.

aa& arOity Clerk and Treasutorer
a, Oimnevnllle, IaM. Feb. 4. 1909.

Per COLM&a OR!d P
U N CAPUDINE is the best reme
*,-VGevose thi aching and feverish
m e the cold aud restore,
SUal o eadUitions. It's liquid--effectu
S miM lately. 10c. 2lc and 60c at drug

A umlr of Key Westeri art int .,
e etlag stellesl lU tlihe lurumatin o
an "aat-treatLils ks4'lt'y The .e i
r. poaist about sucb ,P -itie.. shouldd itI .
A become gerarl. ins that a gr, at 41 ;.
would be tairn toward a-'ilarutitsiK i..
involutaary fruo tu ie ohluit.,r) druiik
arnd.--Timtmu iiLion

Harah ph~yics rvCt't e kL'iln itil
bowels. cause chronic (eo at;iylia
S Doa's Regulets operate eaill lii. ,
the stoma'-b oure r,n. *'* I, ,
Ask your drutgg"lt fur ...


CHILD COVERED


WIIH HIVES

Towr d Two s Mths-It Itched
d Irritated and Scratching Made
It Wom ULf SufIrn Ter
rib PHlgt-Swonral Trtments


DREADFUL DISEASE IS
CURED BY CUT ICURA

I "Nta per ei daMugts, had th-
ai seld am for t1o
-. --h bemese --OMM by play-
s wtk who hd It. aftt

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1s Mmohdl tr I .*Bdv
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iN m"1, 1 h.e

'BoYs Back Raw



ow"ad wud bin.
anyMIS M&lo wn Can n.eAM




H wmw il I rd of w CutOtoura
deMor I andoa ev d iavt

WO dw Wood n ohamid he *m


land of tox af Cutdume Oltainto
oiund Un M. Iwou not be

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erelmeto nineteen and average

Paae 4;"%; MtIer7a
Thoas M ar Jfee Toast. ; u
S I erolan ofonor for.17
Kathr Wuleor.sc, 2 lavingy atotaey.



92; Madge Thomas. t1. Mrs. Lula
Latimer. Teacher.

Womeisey.


henuld he studied by every parent.
It your eld M nervous, fretful, starts
i It's sleep, Is pasty fted,. has rings
under Its eyes, always seems hungry.
is net galaing weight. you can he sure
the trouble is worms. White's Cream
Vermifuge is a absolute cure for
worms. Is It's own purgative. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.


How can any person risk taking
some unknown cough remedy when
Poley's Honey and Tar eats them no
more? It is a safe remedy, contains
no harmful drugs, and cure the most
obstinate coughs and colds. Why ex-
periment with your health? Insist
upon having the genuine Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar. J. W. McCollum & Co.

ParUties having job printing do"e at
The -I ofse are entitled to one
vote aIn the BOush & Safford Piano Con-
test for eac oaet paid for such
work. Doat forget this when in need
of printed statlosery. Read the ad-
verttnam t giving particular re-
garding the contest and vote for the
lady of yourT ea *.


Are Drugs Necessary?


CAN YOU SPELL?
Test Yoew Ability by Writing This
Jumble From Dictation.
It in some time fag sln spelling
bees were popular forms of entertain-
ment In this country. but still one or-
cationally comes aCr es the very su-
perior perwin wiho tells yo he rnn
Pemdly spell any word ever printed In a
dictionary. If ever you meet thil type
of man. Just ask iom 4el.dy to dictate
the following Jumble to him and see
bow many mistake be will make:
"Antinoms. a disappointed., delegated
physikcst, was peeling potatoes in an
embarrassing and harassing way. Ills
dloyanrrasy and privilege was to eat
mayomaais and -usse while staring
at the Plebidv and exinug people's
tricycles and velocipede. He was an
erring teetotaler and bad been on a
pireaye Jamboree. He rode a palfrey
stallion and carried a salable paper
macbe bouquet of asters, phlox, m.l-
Jel. hcrysantbhemuma. rbododendreoa
fuchbas and mastartluma.
"He wore a abyrs resplendent tur-
quoise paraphernalia. an ormolu yash-
mak and astrakhan chaparejoa. Hie
drank crystalliszable and disagrehble
curacao Juleps through a ve Be
stole some moneys and hi! ,en un-
der a peddler's mabogany bedstead
and mattien.
"Like a end I n an eestasy of gay.
ety I rushed after him into the mael.
strom, or melee. and held him as in a
vise. I could not feae him however,
and be addrwed me. with autocracy.
In the following Imbecile words, which
sounded like a soliloquy or a supersed.
Ing paean on an oboe: 'You are a rata-
ble lunamoth, a salasming vister, an
equlnoctial corypbee and an Ismoreles
daguerreotype.' "-New York Mail.
A Curious 8tery.
The queen of Hanover. wife of King
3ruest Augustus of Hanover (better
known as the Duke of Cumberland.
sou of George II.W. died at Hanover
about 1842 of an ilneas which baffled
the skill of her doctors as to Its real
cause. During her ilaees a clairvoy-
ant was consulted. who wrote certain
curious signs and words on the door
of her bedroom; but, although these
mystic words were repeated Uver asad
over again, the queen died. The king
of Hanover after his wife's death gave
orders that her bedroom should al-
ways be kept as though the que-en
would sleep there at unlbhL The bed
was turned down. the pillows re-
shaken, hot water bruug.t and the
daintiest s:!|pcwr laid lu r :uiness for
her.-Home Notes.


HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEK

It pays the farmer to plant only the best. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
Our Seeds fave the hpututiM -f le Pure a-- "". M
We an" row cooking orders for Peas and otlt.r .WmOao ile~ a l8. We
will iw* lad to aid you prices on ruiltl ----'-

W. H. MIXSON SEED COMPANY ChaIlest C '


ESTHER S. JORDAN,


W. w. PAMlPo


JORDAN & CO PI4ANY


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iERMAXtNNTLY CURI I
s, rColdS, Sor* Thlroat, Asthma,
reup, Whooping Cough, Bron-
ehifts, Hoarseness, fore Lungs.
VERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARD S HOME
HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NOTHING INJURIOUS. DOES
NOT CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY
CURE CROUP AND WHOOPNlO COUGH.
MRS. SALLIE' OOKSAMP. *oldtftwalHr, reA., rayy We
ha Og ..J .a t i *li 0~, ,.1i *'> i. iM LA, rf i) t.7r *c ..'. r r ;
114 a 5 11-s11* .,SI 14 I lr I a i asI i" a s i r 1* 1. i rF o i.
Ia*set I 4 ... s I t t 1 .. s t 4 '
tto i t tto tbo uu as itia 1st i .r r k-.ili a t'. 't kn. 'w uf."
;Remomdy for Children. L.trry ;jtle Guarantect!
?EA *IZ9as 599, II. 9nd pi.@.
ALLARD'NOW LINIMNNT CO..ST.l.'t!S. M. .

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A. M. CUSHMAN. Agent, Gainesville, Flo*


Do Drugs Cure Disease?


Can Nature be Assis?
If people were born right and after- If a person would et r.n
wards lived right, there would be no permit lan right eating aetdH
us for liedleae. Very doctor knows ways, undoubtedly the
atis. o deother well-informed people. right itImSlf, the blood wealN We
One tiagmore. Whena persoalive the poison, and everythlug"04?
wrongly,oraequtre bodily wakness by right But as said befont "
heredity, medicine ea do eanly very multitudeof peoplewho-wi-la t
little. -sedieine eamot eaure him. Only not adopt right method f at
*eharlatas elaim that. medicies will surhj people Prun& to a 6behwb A
ere disease. Mediciaee may palliate before atals will aeaist the
symptoms. Medicines may urgeo the do It work. This preve-ts
powersofNaltretoretsitdissase. Med* Uo of the food, brinage bs
letasometimesarousethefortsofthe digest, and all the faIaunds t
humans body to right Itself against do- follow Indigeation dislpea .
rantements. This is the most that Md- In other words, PerusaSi a
,ine ean do. those who live badly, a
A man sacdesntally puts hbi Bager In have acquired *so0 ehrelie
*he fre. Instluetively be wets bhis Perunadoes oteur, let itS
lager In his mouth, thee blows onIt powersof Nature to tn.igabeMt
for the cooling effect. This l no cure. The whip does not litre ase t 4
He knows it very well. ButIt t makes it of the horse to pull a load, bIu
beel better for the time being. elously uned It stinulaaes f Uhe"
People es unwisely. This produces nu bls powers at the right li L 1
dyspepsia or indigestion. The only out whb he could notavabm im
rational cure is to eat eorreotly. Yet if load. .
a palliative ls at hand the pain of nldi- This illuntrate the emseet a
estione a be mitigated, the throes of or-any othrr good remedy a s
dyspepsiaassuaged. Themedicine can- tem. Taken at the right 0MI9141
sot be said to have cured. It simply forth the powers of the hauMe syl4
palliate disagreeable symptoms. The to meet the en roachsents fof
Share must eome through right Urving. and thus eats short, if not nm ft u*
Take Peruas, for Instance. No one s s a.
Tel s Per to esrsnfo. dspoNo one should ever attempts tge
elaim Pen is a eur for dyspepsia. tote medicne In the plae of
Nut Psuam will stimulate the stomach te mnati h o
to perform its fnactL.on properly. Peru- prgV. In the end seuhs oaenahs
Swill increase the iow of digestive proveadisaster. Btanoead
ftida, without which digestion cannot of the right medinae at bae nritie
Searri on at al. I will increase the will undertake to deny it.
Iolish otf fod, lthe appetite. Those who know how touese
It sto admitted that all this can be Bfnditof untold value. Byad eIt
eeompl hed Hy right living, but there world will get wise enough o
are so rany people who either will not through correct living no a gmdim.g
or do nsi know how to eat correctlythat all wi be needed. But that he
a tremendous amount of good can be not arrived. In the msaatum% ttlo
done by the wise use of rerua.* the world Is approaehiag that
A stomach that has been frequently tlo nla which all mediciqelwill be .
abased performs the function of dige-, inated, Pcruna is a handy nsmd *I
onTverytaslly. Bauch stomach allows have in the house.
the food to remain undigested for some Slight derangements of thesialjt
lime after it is swallowed. This leads l slightestarrhal attacksoftbheUlw,t.
to ftermentatuoe of the food. oaur stom- throat, bronchial tubes, luags a
aeh is the result. This goes on week ela; these attacks are sure to ha I&
after week, until the blood is poisoned grave diseases, and can be asnavwti
with the prodectsof fermentation. This the Judicious uae of Perea s
0sadltion is very apt to producahbema Wouldn't you like to read hwil
alam. s0olicied eestimonials from powples*f
Itisnot claimed that Perunapwill cure have used Pvruna, and wbosteau
ieanmatiam. Nothing will cure rheum- to confirm the above statemsets- 4
asm but correct liIv;n. ;. It -cra..g %t. If so, address the r-
alaied that Pernas will assist a badJy Drug Manufacturing C.,Co a=l
baed stomach tojpertfrm i .s work. Ohio, and we wUl send some prep L"


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TilE I)AIILYSN: tAINESVIILLE, FLIORIIDA, MARCH-6". 1909


gunt







$lok* OWYagmoriag
i-Ebibf.srreri sthe city. at
god awed Mates,. age
sunpasi satouthsSO." thme

emrgn oene'a aUsie
Woerawk addifloual
gIde gmade huowson

isam eight pare. to"tT
eyeayNiday sad
now- sit the 9Mewsof tOW
OMW eerswami.Odwill he
as y Pn of tdthe tafted
#:r ASayear-la advance.
b o w mm@ due ~a rmu*,
d u6 st. urn lessO drw ift
1w" adksown to M
~T7XDAILY SUN,
&UGaWILL3, PLA.

ise"in3l is ample. It it,
la- ~ that-4s foolish and


rli Mbgerlni In the lap of
or eg Jumping up into the

~w--- of the House don't
U a h an emergency-made
f State. .

l- Pemnsylvania grafters
aiw that there is a State
of fno..ooo'

l sll e for team work in the
l osal and in all proba-
I be the team.
f -
w plt to have the battle of
r lebot over again by the
J tl CM woald-be vice admirals?

.P WM lead a life without sor-
a d thhig which will hapiin.
O N ha d already happened.

w aes hd Panama as a brand
Sb Itaunng. Mr. Roosevelt
~i W emM there and take the


' l6ur a religious sect which
lNlUl tees In the forest without
SappareaMtly stands for the


Oinui W asa gone clean ba k on
b"llWNltta law." shich lookk, bad
A.pll iersn of ex S&aii.t r ( Cimarkt
bib muislas state.

*W white int ise Aid t. lay ,,.....
Sday. If tiiie Lutlher i:;u i.k
*lyI secure a (ru-s I t tv.; :t ,
1 00 t lie r,
*l to eat on ii n ire,

a*We extended ISp,,aker Cain
gI 1 5IoUUU Vote of ltht ks Ibe
11Irlg Oil Mar-h tli .\Ma.
1iW bew much his ruling, ina.i 1e'
116 tor g political a IT. t i- g. I
b yl"O iLuLt it t .1i. ..


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PLEA FOR THE SEMINOLEtS.

M.lnking a pla fr the lInd..n- ,f
t* ,* f'v.rtl-fl 1- f Fl-.rida the 1.
lph who ; -t I1 In -pit, of t o ,.
vIallrilig l Ili7.:tiioll 'f thit -% hiti,, n,1n
ilk t1e larta s e of t his rtuiall tit l
e I ire Il t r rfi 1, i k, %\ i 'i ,
1 ;mit recently ,K ie ni ilil-ti, ii gl.w'd
w "* ftr hit a .. '- !i. S.,. .
n i' I're
N.r Troiut recoimiteidl theI i r '
ii'.' in the l';vrglade,.- *i thf iu. i-
Ilil14e. aniotig whom t he is ewlor'inrg
i, -emnnMttion with Ior (Go, :i *l n
niigll.sh physician who ha., lit. .
al. ih.j thsem for ita nuiii,4 r 'of ... i.
They nia!e' th-eir home' at :i :.-I* i I
owned by the Epl Is i r'esi ration of (6ol a. iati. and as
ye t It is but litthIt d e d > illd. The-
(.Ardlt has been limltd iii i.- i. .. .
f,,i ihe, work. and whill- It'- t%.o i ....
h., < a~'ctnilti-h dl i gr 3at .:. l '
%.11 of gainin., th,- t .:h ..* <; ..
Indians. and getting th-em Interested
in the life of the white man. pIrogress
has been hampered because of a lack
of funds to turn the land to account.
This tract Is to be converted into
a farm to be cultivated by the In-
dians on shares by way of teaching
them to farm. The Rev. Mr. Trout
points out the fact that It will not
be very long until the Indians will
be compelled to give up hunting and
their wild way of living, because the
Everglades are being bought up tI
sugar syndicates and the State is car-
rying on the work of reclamation.
The' remnant of the tribe remaining
in the Everglades has firmly refused
aid from the- Governnient or to live
on a reservation, and ti- plea that
the missionary makes i.< that it is in-
cunilt .nt upln the white man to edu-
rat' then into ways of usefullnie..s.
so that they may become self-support-
Ing when they are finally forced to
leawe the 'glades.
No offeriniL was made. but Mr.
Trout rece4i.ed the. pledge( of several
bulisvc Iptiois. and at the different
churches he' ha., arranged for the re
cellit of tul)s'riptit 1i..


* CURRENT COMMENT.

The Loui% ille Courier-Journal says.
'While the sailar)-raising lever was.
at its hight it would not hav.e b'e',n sout
of the way to reniemiber the iaoor
ambassadors and l)oorer lmil!. t> r.
condmnuied. like the f:imoui- Queeiin of
Spain, to do their wa.-hhi.g at hoi:e f.or
economy iSOke'. On No'. .'2 In :
Lairs Anderson of New York was
officially credited by Mr Treasurer
George R. Sheldon w ith a campaign
contribution of $25.co0; he is now
spoken of as the most likely successor
to Lloyd Griscomn as Ainitssador to
Italy Is this a case of reward, of
cause and effe.t. of the evil tendency
which we lhae' pointed oiut And If
v, L v. why niot"


grv'zs otwht birg w,( to ha' e, takeut a

The only '.'ay to 1.JaiILLIItlH.. a, -u
1111 tit a3- a goi'.erunl~-icnof Ia%% t 1-to it,
Si.-t tiu1t mII naiag -1~i.0 e' ahauie'1114. 1:t Iho'
(;oite'rume'ui (r Ib.,any ofeatIts depajr'.
I tett.for '.' lfl Iithoart' !iha,'a'xl r'-
I gal aiitluaarit 'lhvm-e' U i'fu? I I.lIa
I a'tl'~ dal! chlii'tateai'iail e'io'(lltl't,
M iniuks t~attI e're' a re' manati '111l111K."
t1al Ioi? ap&?I l tiataa-Iw ald'iii 10. It .t t i-()
f-r !.- rurilitmuzi. ili ti tee fli t) th.fI kS N I
v. It1,illi t-e 111 ".- r- 4f I(', I'' I, top 'r
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PHILANTHROPIC JUDGE GARY.
W'lie'n .Iluilge Iv.ir. Ihi hliead of the'
Init e'd t.t s St' ..l (orlporation alp
Il iaired lt-feir. the C(animitte' oft %Wa' s
siud Me.na he de'I.ared that hiv croU-
iaiil dli tinot care, for maiiltailitnc
i r're' i' li tariff on tlteel. and i can
'.r y .all taffaordi to g et along A without
it. Ilit t. 'i.T r ,,lile tlhti w ill Idri ,, the
-i.ll. r ?t, I ii n( rini to the wsall It
.6ts oil philaithrol o lE trih'leed to
naike it anjpi'ar. that Induced him to
1liad for the life of the a-rall con-
cerns.
Now the same Judge Gary has start-
ed a trade war. of which it In thought
will bring ruin to some of the small
companies. Does the Judge contem-
plate coming to the rescue of these
small firms when they are found to
be crippled and commit another act
of philanthropy by gobbling them up
for the steel trust, as he has done in
the case of the Tennessee Coal & Iron
Co? Does he plan a still bigger
trust?


Two Million Bttles
of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Think of It! And every bottle
is lessening suffering and helping
some human being to health and hap-
pliness! This wonderful household
remedy stops the pain of sprains.
burns or bruises. It relieves rheuma-
tini or neuralgia. It cures colds.
cramps,. colic. diarrhoea. There ought
to be a bottle on your shelves Just
now. ready for the first sign of trouble.
The new size bottle is 35 cents and
there Is also the .W-cent size. Be sure
your druggist gives you Perry Davis'.


High


SWater


Widom


There are enough uncertain-
ties about trading in Real
Estate without lGUESSING
at the Title. I)on't take
any man's word!! hm ta
Safe S. Demand an Ab-


I


Th~ne Fo unta in Hea d o f L ife

Is The Stommawch
A am wbekMe a weak OWd impaired sowoe god who doses me
properly deioeef his food will saonSW Bdwtathi bledkm asbeoam.
week and impnvoreisbod, sod Sdot his whale body is impropsety med
lebemueeotiy nourisebd.
Dr. fffWErSGOLDEN NSD14PXL MsovC~r
maese rho &"Mae* tram.eg Peain"f thrhoezw of
EdfteUfie Ikof r#*. Mrho to" eeappoeft ek.,
Saasemilatd. effPOacfet*rfooette f"he vee A"
~uufl*ad cdarftee trhe 610". I t hishe jurM eaqieE.pf
flesh-bellder Reud Pet~euse mee spe a..oft MhemM
senj in bedy,*. aetgo I mmfE asod eW An
T~i 1Disoeygo i a un, P jo. y..rle extreseof Amarfem medlesd rem.
absolutely free from alcoolban d aN iesurhaa, abie4oaqmldg dv.. AN la
wgade~tsare pointed on Ws wrappees.7i-" km mm udaenl w* Wh vseve
nostrumns. lts everv ingredient is edemend by She loadern s 60 daSh wheb of
medi0c0*i. .Don, accept a secrat oestrum a =a esvlvs" fa-rOShidmoomquesi
tomedly or K-4ou*4 xPUPosmToow. Ass votm umnovseo. They ha b.of
0am uss mde by it during post 46vaTom* inht le "a --W. M W
edsDie esn ~doIAoiieD.RVV lre rm,3.tY


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EFFECTIVE DEC. I., 10
* mud


Leave (aineaville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South.... ................... 10:10am
Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 p m


Leave Gaineville for Sampson City, Palats,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all point North 6:00 pmn
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............ 9:)0 p


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For detailed information, r
ervations, see your net
write to or


A. W. FRITOT,
Div. Pass. Agent,
Atlantic Coast Line, Ji


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rates schedules and ree-
arest Ticket Agent,
r call on
FRANK C. BOYLSTOM,
Trav. Pass. Aget,
iacksoiville, Fklrida.


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lotPWP~n- me d @


atr wai .
date Issued.


No. To whom Imsued. g.rpose and o-
temt to whvlltliense tos good.


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k H. 0. l r-. M s. Ce (A. Oct
M 10. L0ers 0n. M mtat...........Oct.
Tn^er Matwin MerchaMtn....Oct.





S Ma c at..............U
B^ a g I.t .... ..... .Oct.




Aertb eee.... Oe t.






































































3, 5. P a g e P a r ke r P h y s ci an m O c t .
asabs .. 1..a.... O.... t.
H R' nr M amnmnt. .... Oct.









C 5 o r Mu et ......So........Oct.
M C. L Sla t. M ek t.......... .O t.

/Lo I. A-. R aat. .....Oct.
B(. -. e s.....Oct
M eN cast..... .......Oct.






.............O t
JPMe.hlc t ........ Oct.
a.. Mlave sum....Ot.







Iwo" 1. O0. A (g. P. ..






r& OM C0. Na. or ....Oct.
o stab".".............O0
), Mee.. ........Oct.
sessa...............-

.L a@mboeb.... .......

Kers haw........... _
Ims. W. 0 o. P o. P.
a lnOram Mes oo..........-01 0n

o.. .... .......- --


o o. ov. ...... e.

4. !. .. ....... -.


P. a g ent mad aS.. ......Oct
am las On (a. Mru 0 ...oft

81 Im osev.e N.or.........Oct.

Askt.- D tabs..o.. ............O0t.
,.hM aseL. e4 ........M...Oct.
.ip. .j& Mr t s e ....Oct.
s .. M oal........
1 W M e.s Me O eILt(........... Oct.

i Ma. hen ..........Oct
000lCo. .e.ams ...o........... -
L W.s ha tt0 .. te ther.
.. W se Mere. t. .........Oct.
,, i & 8g Me at a.............. Oct.


.oe....... .....
S .M~rAms. MOrLhant .Oct.

L .W Mark Merchast............ .Oct.
J. G. ~H r rid. o t ....... ..0.0.0.. ct.

i W. Co. Merc. Ho t sl .... Oct.
W.p Pareter. Re rn o. ....... Oct.
W. Swear. M rhan. .... ... .. Oct.



L l. Gnkor. Merchsat.........Oct.


06 A. C. Robinson. M ore t Uk t
401 Mers Norton. Mumbant ........ oct.
4" 0. A- Brim. Werckaut ........... Oct
M J. Kammc Merebaut ... ....... Oct
ON Davis & Oliver. Mrrebanto ...... Oct
40 Davis & Oliver. Uvery Stable Oct.
M. Re". Few ROOM ......... Oct
01 Gainesville S. Lamudery. [Aun4ry
*0 T. M. Willard. Mweb&at ...... Ot I
MO J. S. Matbews. Merebaut Oct

411 H. C Parker. Merchant ()ct
412 J. A. Maullsby. Ma-rebaut... ..Oct.
413 McLeuilen & Ulowtr $14-rcliaw (U-t
414 4. H McIA-udroi & Cp, %Irrthaut- 04 1
415 R. J Ifutch Merchaiii 4), 1
416 1 M. aud Came Green MI-ft-hAlit., 04-1
417 W H Plaugh(ur, Mii-huist Oct
416 11 It Hught-as, Me-rcliml 04 t
419 Clialumatille 1"thiix Work" lk)t
Illux Wida Waturs Oct
420 Horadu ilavis. I,&w)vr
jai C H. cokg & sua. mt-rchaut.
M F. T McComick U111luer ..... Ok-1
Gainesvillo G&& & Elt-4-irfe IN Cu.
(ho 6" Ow-tric Lishifus I -1-


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7.60
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1.50

2.60

2-50
3.00
1.50
1.50
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424 Doig & Av@ra. Electric Theatrp.....Oet
426 M. A. Kennard. Merchant ........... Oct
424 W. M. Johnson. Driagwint ............ Oct.
427 C. H. Waters. Pool Tables .......... Oct.
428 Louis Xalbffeld. Thestrip ............ Oct.
429 T. N. Parker. Merchant ............. Oct.
430 D. W. McArthur & Co.. Naval
stores ........................... (k t.
431 D. W. McArthur & CO.. Merchants .... Oct.
432 i:rlatlag Co.. Job Pr*ting.....Oet.
433 r. rou". Lawyer ............. Oct.
434 Gainesville dry & Machine
a". Foundry. etc .............. 113Ct.
425 Ia. B. Doby. Merchant ............... Oct
436 B. F. Minton, Merchant ............. Oct.
437 Mrs. U. A. Thomas. Merchant ........ oct.
42111 W. Cheater F. las. Co. (G. P. Nor.
rW agent). lasursace .............
439 T. J. 1111wearlsom. Merchant ......... Oct.
440 Lanier & son. Merchant ............ Oct.
441 W. J. Groves. Morebasit ............. Oct.
442 Fla. Ho. IrmL Co, (T. B. God-
troy. agent), Insurance ............
443 Qsm lea. Co, (F. B. Godfrey.
agent). Insurance .............
"Il No@ Union Ins Co. IF. B.
Godfrey. agent).
446 National Union lox. Cn. I F. B.
Godfrey. agent). Int -tnee ........ -
444 Couseerelal Union Inc. -o. W. B.
Goafty, agent). Insurance ....
447 Beak of Alachua. Bankers .......... Oct.
448 John DaBose. Barber Map ......... Oct
449 Dliaziond fee OIL. ko Manufact'rs .... OcL
460 AlwAus Ioe & Water Co.. lee
Manufacturers ................... Oct
"I J. A. Hadsock. Merchant ........... Oet.
462 CtUssus' I.Ate Ins. Co. (A. 0.
StoesbuziL aseat). Insurance. .
462 MeDonougs 0o, Merchants ......... 1100ft
464 J. W. 8" & son. Hotel ............ OcL
466 J. W. Ettel & son. Merchants ....... Oct
456 A. Jurahmn, Merebant ............. CkIL
"T Was. Anderson. Merchant ........... 0&
468 PhIfer Bros.. Bankers ............... Oct.
469 sun Brothers. Exhibition ........... Oct.
460 W. T. Cbeauut. Merchant ........... Oct.
441 Crawford & Davis, Merchant ......... Oct.
442 Crawford & Davis. Livery Stable .... Oct.
443 L J. Burkbin, Merchant ............ Oct.
464 Ndw. Haym Merchant ............. Ckvt.
4" W. H. Trailer. Merchant-! .......... Oct.
4" C. L Gilmer. Merchant ............. Oct.
467 M. A. Delaney. Merchant ........... Oct.
44S J. 8. Kritcbfield. Small Shows ...... Oct.
449 Cassels & Posey. Fivh Houtte ....... Oc-t-
470 Beason & Son.. Mfg. Wagons ........ Oct.
471 Bank of Newberry, Ilankern ..... ... Oct.
472 Melton Lumber Co.. Sawmill ........ Oct.
473 W. N. Fowler. Merchant ....... ... Oct.
474 N. Y. Lffe Ins. Co. IT. B. 7an-
aer. agent). Insurance ............
476 King & Tucker R. R. Sbows.
small shows .................... Oct.
474 N. George. Fruit Store .............. Oct.
477 Cavouras & Cardullus Fruit
Merchants ....................... Oct
478 Rabbitfoot Co.. small show ......... Oct.
479 RaflUa Player. Barber Shop ......... Oct.
490 R. L l3pnosdield, Merchant ......... Oct.
4111 Central Pbos. Co.. Mining Pbos-
Pilate ............................ 11130 .
482 Central Phos. Co.. Mining Phos-
pbate ............................ Oct.
483 Kitty McCray. Livery Stable ........ Oct.
494 Newberry Stable Co.. Uv. Stable .... Oct.
4S6 Mutual Mining Co., Merchants ....... Oct.
484 Mutual Mining Co.. Merchants ...... Oct.
487 Mutual Mining Co., Mining Phos-
phate ........................... Oct.
493 Mutual Mining Co.. Mining Phos-
phate ........................... Oct.
480 Mutual Mining Co., Mining Phos-
pbate ........................... Oct.
490 Mutual Minipg Co.. Mining Phos-
pbate ............................ O ct.
491 C. A. galley & Co.. Merchants ....... Oct.
492 Surely Life of America Ins. Co.
J. S. Hanson. agent). Insurance ....
493 P. M. Geiger. Mt-rchant ............. Oct.
494 W. F. Anderbon. Merchant ...... ... Oct.
496 Arthur Rell. Small Restaurant ... ... Oct.
496 A. C. Chesser. Pool Room ........... Ort.
497 JDo. J. Jones. Amusement Park .... Oct.
498 J. L. Crawford. Merchant- .... ..Oct.
499 Florida l1lossotu. Sniall Show ....... Oct.
500 Hard#-#- l1ros. Uvo-ry S(ahlo ........ Out.
'. .. -1 2 -


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NOVCK OF APPLICATION FOB
DMW UNDM srXTION P OF CsArm,
140. LAWS oV VWRIDA.
Notice Is berchr brilen that
purchaser ut Tax Certificatt
dated the Ptb day of j
1). Isl0l. ban Med -aid C., -tict-w in
arm% has made avislication for t&Sd@""
In 60cordaDco W tt law Sam i
Lorseesthe followimf d~r$t*,4 PIQPGMS,
ated to Alaebus county. FIlunds i*'"&
Otte acre to Ne cor ut se's L I)f F, Lso
9, 11. P* %. R is zat
'I Isr .01 "d toe it'd ib bed as iJW awd-
the imuanee of m,.h 4-rrt:d,.w is
of Um M&rtjj& Striekisod-
tnlrx% haid certiflehLe ab&," be
according to law tai dt4w
,pp the 1.%th day of Mure It A D 104L
.Witnesm MV %IdDALLAM
A* IM da) of Fetpr WA1r). A 1) 1"
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J. A. CARLISLE,
AlMORKET AT LAW


Rea Kamse, 000"Isme1fted
oral Preetioe. All bapimew
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Dan? I Sir


CLARK & FIELDW~


T. F. TOM


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NO ipMasn but appeared
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ag-iltsi at this clump
bat of weeds and cmd-
t bIMad4 mw. In a fow
,, -^i0~a yell. "'Tber gos a
4WtO. over the top of a
Sn bhundrEd yards away
0It wnq a stawd
o his part to throw ll m
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10 g bM b Neemiln t Af slht
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CASTOR IA







HO Mlieat Deollare.
Xa Cob landed In this country ID
Now' a get tM yards ago Now be's

&VAg &at my! Why. he's g.ot a
Ik 14m klord to det lth, bann't be?"


A *wllen Jaw
11 A Ipynaor pleasant. Whvth.-r
W.' O1- by neuralgia. tootha'ht or
I lkaard' Snow liniment will.
g Sa ste weN-eifg azl; r.h ,. tr .
1 T gr amt and sure cure for
lllM t but Irs. bruises,
'^I'n ~and all aches and pains.
w M. Johnson.

She Other Half.
bueMort"e (marated in coaling
d oby I Jnaed the corps the

Sses 'so nme. "It's 'arf sol-
*W' 'art yacutin'." 'e me. I sup-

B d(i ta the bloomla' yachtin'!-


NIP T IN THEI UD.



1 11A Is the ca has been con-
pvevea by sentlne re srbh.
f the noted BUrolf n skIn
d warist that daidruff is the
n cuticle of the wslp. c a
'elagdme dmetroytng the vitality In
aIll ,Th n 'r becomes litelewe .
I tlhe, tell out. This can be prot

9 ROerpedO ktils thiM dandrniA
I mse "h t hae r to Ito natural
s1 new u94 b"t thewupands of
settakd that It is the most
Mir prlearUon on the mar-

I V=lb. drewhati r nd e M Ine
sUaple to The Herplclde Co..

( BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
^ R & aa. Co. Special Agents.


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NMaggie H~arri.-;. lest~urant -..-..
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Ing Fertilizer ................ ... Oct.
97 John C. Crown. Mi.r 9 Hlick.s W'agon Co .Nlfg otl Vagon- Oct.
94 Ihitton Conisiusary Co.. M'ch'nt. ....Oct.
loI W. Fi. I)dg.-. Li ery Stabl.. Oct.
l01 l(1lers *& Collin.. Menrhavts Oct
1"2. .1 A S" ; h4 .. l'rugi ist Oct.
l'o: A.sa 'Croker. Iltrlt-r Shop .Oct.
1**4 K F Vid:l. IrugiKKst ... .. Oct
1'i.' .la. (C Th,'miiiison, Itarber Shop Oct.
i't; Ella MIe(' .' It --taurntit .. ... O(ct
1lo .lnes. .M;Nynard & Jones,. .Merch-
ants ..................... .. Oct.
1,1 H W N Roharts...Merch:it. .....Oct
I'lo W, 1. Finlav.'on. _Merchant ...... ...Oc
I" .Mr. 'I. .I. 1. griffin. M. r(i ha l .t Oct.
111 .1 S. (;ood...Mtrcl.a.; .. ....Oct.
112 .1. (;oo<(. Hotel ............. Oct
I:: .1 1. Crawf.,rd aAK t '.M, r-hant Oct."
114 W S Iokrsey & Co. Mertchants ... .Oct.
11 P Ii. I'aker I.%Igr .\Mig. of Tur
I| n tine l c. ................ ... O ct.
I t; John F Seagle. Merchant .... .Oct.
I17 I1. A .lernngani & Son.. Merchants Oct.
I1s .Mutual Life Insurance Co.. (R. E
Lartigue), Insurance ........ .Oct
S19 A A. McRay. Merchant ............ .0(
12 .1. II. Tut n. .Meri hatit .... .O t.
121 (I odlin" & (;Gmiuld. Restaurant .Oct
1.' .1 M. Iiver La r ......... ... .Oct
1.:: Mr 1.. 1) Selgler. Merchant ...... Oct.
I_1I l'. W lIaukiight. Merchant ....... Oct.
12:, C G. NisI. Merchant ................ .Oct.
126 F. M. Coleman. Merchant .... Oct.
127 Jas F liarron. Merchant ........... .Oct.
Ls O0. C. Sheffield. Merchant ........... Oct.
129 l.ula Mitchel. Lunch Stand ......... .Oct.
1:1:o Singer S'wing Maehine Co.
.Merciiant tt ... .............. Oct.
13:1 Craig & Jackson. Olierating Mo-
tor loat ..... .................. Oct.
1:2 L R P. Lumpkin. Merchant ..........Oct.
;;::: R H. Woods. Merchant .......... Oct.
1:34 K Renault. Merchant ............. Oct.
:t.5 It Z. Williams. Merchant ........... .Oct.
136 A. 1. Gaskins. Merchant ....... .... Oct.
1:!7 Robert Wixson. Hoarding lioutOe
410 guese .. ..... Oct
i::~ I. (C W'ood Merchant .......... Oct.
139 Frank NMcllaid. Merchant ..... Oct.
1441 M C Merry. Liver% Stable ....Oct.
%41 .1 c ibh.s. .Merchant .. ........ Oct
14i .1 0. Collar. Dentist............ Oct
14: HIF Iro)okr. MNerchanit O't
111 It Phif.r ,M.ir'!'an' (Oct
1 -, I -'utch. Me.r' ha t Oct
I ,t; .' A Iurr ct: '. Mer. l i t (O t
147 \W \V IHamnptoin. Sr, l.aa.er Oct
I i \ W W Ila:nmiiton Jr. la~Aer Oct


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I' it Pho pjhate C(o. Miinling
;'hit.-lhat. (l4-w ..', t lons. .. Oct.
KIlM I elto-... Merchant ........ Oct
J. W. Mallhurs & Hom. Merchant... .Oct.
J. K. IllHose.. Merchant ........... Oc(kt.
1). T. Tranimuel & Son.. Me-rchant.. (k- (.
H.vide & "Tench. Mercl.antst. ....... .(Oct.
1) A. DIavl. Merchant ........ .... t.
W. 11. Seale., Merchant ....... .O.t.
E. 8. Jpnes. Merchant ...... ...... Oct.
Su-l. S eI.ne,. Mt rehant .... ..... Oct.
'Eddy & Jo bhiin. Merchant .......... Oct.
A. i). Chamblin & 8on. I)rugilsts. .Oct.
John CheAnut. Merchant ............Oct.
William G.addy. Merchant ....... .. (wt.
W. C. litvIlle. Merchant ........... ..Oct.
Margaret U. Barry. Druggist ...... Oct.
Hodgmon & Wood. Merchants.. ....Oct.
lioditon & Wood. Merchants. ....... Oct.
R. H. Jones & Co.. Merchants.... ..Oct.
Rilev & Ander.sn. Merchant Oct
Ll .u o lla k. M r .a it ...... ..... '
PIarhe. Itro... Merchants. ..........Oct.
C. I). May. Merchant...............Oct.
C J. j.\ hkerrboi. Merchant...........Oct.
Phifer Ilroo., Merehants.............Oct.
Phifer & M i.-, N. ;. ; hants.........Oct.
Ne l I..rk. .M.rThant. ......tOct.
Wnl 'Ilei i on. Merchat ... Oct.
I). N lit' s. .Ni reihant ... Oct.
C( K. & IFg:.l I.rutgi-ts... Oct.
Mcil ..*:tlI ht C.. Ic*- 'lant 4 l,
t, .;paci Yi .......... O ct.
Al-e) A1;o't.r. Photographer ......... Oct.
Turk r & Roland. Merchant.- .. .Oct.
F. F. Roberts. Merchant ........ Oct.
S 'raniklin & .1. Jenkinsii. Re
tatrautt aIseating less than t 'i ....Oct.
S' d I. Carter. I. -..a r ...... .. .Oct.
.Ino \VW hitaker.. MN .rch nt .......... Oct.
W % 'i-G;riff. Isrugal. ......... .Oct.
0. .'N .uders & Co.. Mercrlhat.s .Oc't.
Ja- \ anI Allen. Hotel ..... .. .Oct
(Glaine- ville Furnlture Co.. Merch-


antls . . ... O ct.
2:.:, S. J Thoman Co. Merchants. .. Oct.
256 R. Wilson. Meirhant .............. .Oct.
"T.7 H A PI' kett Merchant ...........Oct.
258 J. T Stewart. Merchant ............. Oct.
2:.' .1 4; White. Merelapnt ............Oc.t.
260 Chrli Sundy. Merchant ............Oct.
61 lSimon Cowherd. Merchant .... ..... Oct.
_'e, N.'. F Wh.it,. .Merrhar.t ......... .Oct.
26:. A T. Kelley & Co.. Veneerlng &
Shingle Mill ....... ...... Oct.
264 Cable Co.. Merchants ............... Oct.
26., H. J. lDemptev. Merchant...........Oct.
.'*i Phoenix Ins. Co. Jordan & Co..
alents Insurancem. ..............-
267 Hartford Ins. Co. (Jordan & Co.
agents Insurance ............... --
26S Royal Ins. Co. (Jordan & Co..
aget.tt Insurance ................- -
<;:' iilonse lt( Co of N. Y (Jordan
& Co. Agts.s. Insurance ...........--
270o orth Anm rica Ins Co. (Jordan
& 4 4. ;t.e1itl-i. I'l-uri'iute -
271 Penuw.lsania Inas. Co. (Jordau &
Coi aigntl,. In ur;n.e -
72- AelnMa lus Co. (Jordan & Co.
ag.en-t i i l urance .... ......
'27T Phoenit Ins Co. of Itroklyn (Jor-
dan & Co.. agents). Insurance .. -
274 Springfield Ins. Co. F. & M. (Jor-
dan & Co. agents). Insurance. -
27. WV W AQ era. Merchant ......... Oct.
27; W W Avera. Merchant ......... ..Oct.
.. North I'ritish Mer. Ins Co. I or-
I. & ('o agentli. In Iurance ...- --
27 I i i s'Iwl & lAu.iduhnm Ini.. Co. *Jor-
So, (' Co. agent i Insurance -
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THK DAILY SUN: GAINE8VIIILE, FLORIDA, MARCH f6 1909


bCr of Tawur

p tBaking Powder is
t of time and
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ML iteconomizes flour, but-
w'od eggs, and makes the
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OF IT AND

CONDENSED

V S I N .ERAL INTEREST
gy GN N REPORTERS.

im, n0Pd *and What Is Go
t opsNem--reOnalI and
g,,I Steml *of the City.

DeigMt WCoffee.
Su al ticket at Rutherford's

T1. I Aadirs of Bronson was In
iiRy yesterday.
*MO the very best of stall fed bcerf
SJ. G& HarroMd.
*lp the electric Theatre on Satur-
M of this week.
,l pictures apiwal to the ar-
Sollt of@ everyone
51. Lith of Chiefland %as trad
Sthe eity yesterday.
IN attetioan paid to ladies'
S1ath R erford's Restadrant.
'UPI left yesterday for a short
S vtiit to the State metroj)l:-.
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Paint


Is BEST.


S-WHY?
umiW it wears longer and
tn more space. If you
M tthe whitest of white
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SWiiTE LEA

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HARDWARE CO.
PHONE SEVEN.


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Sic ('hik.ring,. Knabt.. M athushek. .. "Tli N I W
S. e', .r and lvrt. & I'ond Pia,.os and
t'roun Organ for zalh by W 1. .Hill.
Pl':i. os for rtnt or exchang- W. It. IHoffman of ios Angeles. Cal..
Corsey's Delight Coffee. I '.l: HlonEy and Tar cures coutghs is aamohg the %iiitors to the city and
Pigs' f-et only 7 .nts pound. Sau n- ickly. stretngtheni the lungs and ex-hille here is a guest of his sl-ter.
der.* & .:irlc. 'els colds. Get the genbulie in a y1l- Mrs. W. L 1ill1
Fruit jmars and fruit jar rubhwr. lo, package J. W. McColluns & Co. Mrs J. It Wilcox and daughter. Miss
Saunders & -k arl. Accident. will happen. but the best Mary. of \Vil'ox. arrived in the citl
regulate-d families k-t'ep I)r Thoita : yesterday and will visit friends hert
ance iter of aldo al trading tric Oil for uch emergencies It fr the next few days.
in the it yesterday. -ullubdue the pain and l hls t.i' hurt. Misses l.oloe Vidal and Salli.
Cedar Key oysters, day and night, keep all the vege.tables in a.son. Merchant left yesterday for Williston.
at ora des an fil your order throughout where they will spend the next few
Friday and Saturday nights are al- o groceries. as wtll a.s the be1t m.eatS. da.ys visiting Miss Hester.
says good at the Electric Theatre. Phone that order today. J. G. Harruld. Mrs M. C. Arnow of Micanopy pass
W. D. Bobbitt of Micanopy was 1. J. Whicehead and J. A. Reinme-l ed through the city yest-rday en
aniong t0he lisitor- to th.. dlay spntiiding the winter at that point. visit friends for the next few days.
Iteechnut brand grape Jam, Iteechnut A c: among the v!titurs to the city David Laird. district superintendent
brand cranberry sauce. W. 8S Dorsey ye: trday. of the Southern liell Telephone Com-
& Co. W. W. and W. M. Thomas. two pany. is spending a few days la
W. R. Steckert left yesterday for a brothers of Monteocha. were visitors Gainedville. The company propose to
short business trip of a few days to to Gainesville Friday. They came no greatly Improve the service here by
jack -i %dilil bu:iine-a couuLe..d Aith Ute ta a" -xtending the lines and he is here for
Wade Thomas of Monteocha wai bessor's office, the purpose of looking into the cost
in the city yesterday. He came for SPECIAL CASH PRICES FOR TO. ,f *t^ chrn -0
the purpose of paying his taxes DAY-20 pounds granulated sugar, $1.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Arbueklea coffee l per pound. 15c. Coal
cure chills. fever. colds and lagrippe. oil. per gallon, 12jc. No goods charge. U


Price 2.'c. Sold by W M. Jonason.
W W (G iger of .MlMcinol),. a pro)p
erty owner of this cit), a-.- here 3Ces
terd ty looking after boeme bu.5iltc
matters
Manager Louis Kalblilld and Stage
manager r Kline returned to Palatka
yesterday after hating >-peIt the past
two da) is in lfI 'ity.
J. W. Hilton. one of the merchants
of Archer. was in the city yest,**' .a.
on business connected Aith the Hlarts
fiel4 Croce ry C(ompany.
A. G. Itrough and daughter. Mi-s
Blanch,. left yesterdayy for their horne
in Tremont. Neb. after having spent
the pjat several daa)y here.
Stall-led Western Florida beef ar.
rived here on the hoof and butchered
by me. together with the best of all
fresh meats. J. G. Harrold.
J E. Williams of Bell was trading
in the city yesterday. While here he
made a pleasant call at this office and
renewed his subcription for another
year.
Mrs 1.. U. McCormick and little
son left yesterday for Hawthorn.
where they sill spend the next sev-
eral d.3s iitwng the foriner'z tiiothe-r
Mrs lIdntoA-h
Misses Itesie D)upree and Addle


Goxde. two charming


young


ladies


from Gainesville. were in our midst
for a short while Friday.-Bronson
Time-s-eni oc-rat.
Mi..s. Clara Rlunkle of O al.i arra.*-d
in the ,ity y-slterday to pia.\ a .hurt
I1 I i t to heit r I h arei t. Shti e I. u ( e ted
!with ft.. (t'.0n' !' Pho'i l,.1t'' ('Com'i :i .
a,., -t,,cenrt ai'th r tin th ltric; ', >.

THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS
SM t. i, .r ,***I.* I',iisder- 1Pr o t. 4, I
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L1 ai L...-"e t,,ie.. \ S. iS ur..e) & Co.
R. Woodward. who has been In the-
city for the ,pt-t frw da)s visiting
hiis daughter. .Mrs. C S. Hill. returned
to his Jack-oniville borne. yesterday .
lie is one of the prominent architects
of the State nmetropolls.
Five-room cottage to rent on blwck
ad joining square, formerly occupied
by W. L. leGraqde; city water, elec-
tric lights, sewerage. bath. and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCreary or Sun office.
New hats are being received dally
at our exclusive millinery parlors. Of
course many of the choice patterns
have been taken. but the large supply
being received Is keeping the space
filled up, and you will find much to
interest you. Mrs. McCormick
"My three year-old boy was badly
constipated, had a high fever and was
in an awful condition. I gave him
two doses of Foley's Ortno Laxative
and the next morning the fever was
gone and be was entirely well. Foley's
Orino Laxative saved his life." A
Wolkush. Casimer, Wis. J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co.
We offer the choicest accommoda-
tionsit., food and service and are glad to
eixte-id coinnnerciAl rates to our aitlronis
in the city and vicinity, viz: Single
elegant rooms. $2 10i per da), luxu
rioue rooms with private bath. $300;
ilingle meals. 75c; superior table
board. $X.00 per week. Brown House
Mrp. J W Walker left yeterdaj
for Albani). Ga. where a-he has ae
ctpte-d a pot iti n it ilh one' of the large-
tnillliners t..tall ihiin-,l.t.s of that city
. %,' ill b. la. a't-ed the re all of the
.. t n and 1irl r inun. roi fri' -nd4, In
S;;t il m- illi a illl d ill i foi % l l i r.r '
ILIl\ ii i n it ilt' It* tiIK % liu k Ahti, the
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Ma ~ iI tiii;, r-sre ejue-etfm that all

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7O RZNT -PFive-rooMe cottage. A
ply 30 KE. ibty stret.
WANTED--To rest two cottages:
iluoe lu0 Apply at Telegraph office.
FOR RENT -Five-room cottage am
block smet to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern omveniences. Apply at this
office


FOR SALL
FOR SALE-Two five foot
A. J. Vidal
FOR SALE-Good gene
nice rubber-tired buggy.
Box No 274;


show cases.

horse and
Apply P. O.


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WAN'TKi) Young printer of ordinary
exlp-rience. who desires to better
lecai trail to act as galley boy). et
ht-ad.- *, .iribut,. and set type or-
ca.-ioel .aid do general work as
ma t.-italnt ti foreman Must Ie,
st.-ad) aWd f good habits Apply
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