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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 7, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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: VID01598
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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OAINE8VILLr, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1909


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S O. l ; IL. I roeary. pub. report.
; SO ILb Tt uphebe Co., services.
3W*; PWhr &. blebs $19.75;
L l einhery, o vison at jaii. $12;
S h4 MalWan Co.. sunlries. $.05;
V J. 4ML tAh. nod rvis. l$; I .
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a. nod s"ppl. .1i8; w. G. Kiag.
CMh..l J lm.Br o1 r i l o& Co..
," edileses, 6.; N. G. Mathews. road
ub. 6a0; asrd 1e Bros.. road up .
plas $I&U; C. C Wilkersou. road
apples, $3.26; J. hBaliis. clerical
S wk, $9; J. U. Damlper. $40. C W
S woer 1. $43.0, O. P. Caiu lnno. i7
J. W. May. $33; J F Townade.'d 5 .
A. L Webb. road suppllietm, *~
W. D. Sabbett, lumber on road. $1 ( 7
IJ. IL Stke. road work, r t W
P. McKalght. road work I,*c' %%*
jiaughter, $43 50: J (; lIaumI,!.r ,t.
eauty road, $33, iitalrd liardliart.
Co.. sendries. A19 :. N A t**,5,.
I' & Ce, ambenr aon road ,.; 4" t"'
Pmedrgiek. read work. 14 ;2. 1 M Ttii
p1 read work. SI e olite. m4i 1 4 LP11
Few work. $2. R.to' h. 061 41 b u ,
p i.e $ 163 0 ; te'phe'a T.la' hrT r, Ad
work. 75 cesuts. j r Tovai.-wid i~ad
work. $16. Frank O tsoud rrd Adok
$3.735; W. D. Huler, road auork io
s8e; W. PF. Malphars. road %airk
$1.J; W. 1 Turner. road work si
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$.A;: P. 0. Ramsy, feeding prison-
el.M $19; La Hate. taking tes*Jm ,y.
S"U6; rerk Dio ufetant Co.,
disltedtafta for Jail, $106.
Marchb ll0.-All members prwe-
eat. tUhe oflowag bills were ordered
paid: J. W. May, roads. $16; J. W.
May. read hand. $1*0: T. G. Hoaan.
road work. $2; Atkinson & Musettl.
road work. $2.76; J. M. Clyatt, road
work. $40; R. T. Thomas. road work.
$1.71: 0. P. Cannon. roads, $16; 0.
P. Caonm eme day checking up con-
vtoet. $4; C. W. Summers. road work.
$20; C. W. Summers, mileale check-
iag up ovicets, $8; J. P. Townsead.
hands. $176; C. W. Summers. same.
$160; J. 0. Dampler. road hands. $200;
O. P. Can road hands. "P00; J. G.
Dmplr., checking up coavlct, $4; J.
C. Bal*os, mberlan and arranging
adjudicated eases and documents in
vaut. $12.75; 8. G. Wynne. constable


at Itaeest of Smith. $10.80; Ira J.
Carter. coroner at Inquest Wilsoa and
Hamilton. $12.80; Ira J. Carter. Jury
and witasese inquest Wilson. $9; Ira
J. Carter, witnesses and Jury fees in-
quest Hamilton. $10.80; R. A Caswell.
coroner. injquebt ltr>ant. $ R.70; R. A
Caswell. witnesses and Jury feaes in-
quest Bryant. $89; 8 P. Thomas. consta
ble inquest IBryant. $7i. 11 F" ilut-
Iey. Wtoner inquest KdManouih. $:1. i
A. Itexley. Jur) anid litlles fe-e'a. IInI
quest Kdmona. 5$*. S I' Thomas.li
coultable. S it. illaymiaina c(irt
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witlel'mm. anlid Jul il|uel,:t .llllimhim ll
$4 9 ", "W E W I I ai it i.ta l.t I ini. i-
Johnisol, $3 ,'<,. J A (arll.h f. .
r luIilnal I .14', $;1 ;4 I' ; It.Ili-,
fe cri< llllitall a l.,i :$ 4 1 I; \I 1
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WASHINGTON, D. C.. March 6.-
of the egbt l eaem sta, each
produI ag mare them 20.2 iallos
ma turpematie m d m 0 barrels of
resia. orida leads te eit with 17.-
M8X, salo. sof turpemUtne In 10
ade 15572,70 aSOas tin 1n7. and
1,32.114 barrels of rest tIn 10
agalanst 1.774,370 barrels In 17.
The products ot mare tha 6,50,.-
00 panlm of tarpeatae and more
than 4.00,0 barrels of rosin. with
a valasam of more than $14.00M.M
for the turpentie and nearly $18,-
MA000. for the roin. summaries the
output of the whole naval stores In-


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The Peasseeo anvy yards have
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The HlDa Summtr Cie m ll-
ilg LW members, are nismes a
mamme9 banmwet o0 he bw at the
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1The, ~.mo fm inl omeir t Jack.
~2mvfle, bWd aestOm bu.i.ng IPM
etm e S aI m. and I p. m.
d. meo a t f trmetares
befapmlntl SS.".

The Board at i n on- o-a
SWate mtlttlom hate Wreted the
seretaryin toesmpinedl with dealers
ia Ire m**luhurm rlateve to pur-
acaeag six at for Use at
the Goveraors m lo

The WveyearM daughter of Mrs.
W. L. Smt, redlag In Riverside.
Jackaovtlle,. bhad a marrow escape
froa death In a farming building ri-
day morning. The child was brought
from the building I a critical momdl-
l0a and It Is oat known whether she
will recover.

The coroner's Jury which was inta-
vestigating the death of W. B. Ford.
whose body *as found on the river
front at the foot of Market street In
Jackasoville last Sunday morning. re-
turned a verdict of murder by uns.
knows parties. His bead was found
to have been fractured In six differ-
ent places. ---
Pensacola harbor has fared well in
the river and harTor bill, according to
reports from Washington. A bill con.
talking an appropriation of $110.000
for improving Pensacola harbor has
been passed by Congress. With this
amount the dredge Caucus can be
placed back at work and kept in opera.
tion until another appropriation is
made.
An octopus,. measuring four feet
across. was picked up in the bay this
mnoring by Mr. Pope and placed on
exhibition in front of Thayer's curio
store, where It attracted a crowd
of tourists. The cold water had chill-
ed It and it was easily picked up with
the hand. They will grow to sixteed
or eighteen feet stretched out. al-
though that is an unusual size* eight
feet is an Average slae for these
waters.---St. Petersburg Independent


Total ................. 36.:89.000 4.2:48.2N3 34.18.I00 5
While these figures show an In- 1908 was $4.14 per. N
crease of 2.408.200 gallons of turpen- 1907 was $4.33 per bemr.
tine and 288.992 barrels of rosin for The number of opevami Ig
1908 over 1907, there was a marked two years were distributed
decrease tIn the value of the produce eight Stateu as follows:
for 1908 as compared with the pre- Staten 1I 6
ceding year. This was due to the Alabama ............. 15
great decrease in the prevailing Florida .............. M
prices for turpentine for 1908 and the Georgia ............. S
slight decrease in the prevailing Louisiana ... ....... iS
prices for rosin during the same year. Mississippi .......... 94
The value of the product for the two North Carolina....... 41
years follow : South Carolina .......
Turpetline. 1908. $14.112.377.33; Texas ............... 8


1907. $18.283.309.93; rosin. 1908. $17.
783.50.61; 1907. $17.317.059.93; a
difference in the value of the combin-
ed output of 83.704.482.93 in favor of
1907.
The figures used in determining the
value of turpentine and rosin for the
two years are based on the market
luotatlons at Savannah, the recog-
nixed naval stores market pf the
United States. The average price re-
ceived for turpentine manufactured in
1908 wasu 0 3857 per gallon, and in
1907 was $0.5349 per gallon. The


While placing a chandelier in posl- average price
tion in the Court Pharmacy in Ocala
Thursday afternoon J. A. McKensie AT THE C
came in contact with a live wire which
pulled him from the step ladder on Divine Service
which he was standing and when the Place
current %was turned (off let him drop Se.r.ices ill
into one of the largest lhmow case-r, variei a., huriih
rauiiing a deep ..-h lack ilf hi- right ftollo) .
,ar and in.elt.ratl cul- ina hia. fait and lHoly Trinit
hand. Ibr lloeI' r. wa% % .aiimiIIm e(ed Craighill -Se.tc
ad.iii dr. -' ti. Iti njuiiirl d mait m womn -, iiit-l- I ianiy ion
a h ih rri re nt i .-'rnou T'l hoa.iil lto it ainm .i
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MUNCHES TODAY.

" Will 8 Hold at All
" of worship.
ill be observed at the
* Of thr. city today asI

Church. 1Rev F i
Ond Suunda) ilB LOImt
nand ill u'. C4onaauiien
RundI.l.AY b( ue ii. p3 t 11


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Total ......... 1.
The Increase in prodectima OW
over 1907 was due to Mo3
weather and labor condition -
increased operations. But Ig I
tors increased their operat5ill"
to the disorganized con0dli dl
market at the time opeOrtil
menced, Figure upon w"i ch
port of production tor the til
is baxed were secured by
of correslipode'nce' id pilmd
to the I)ints of ppiductma tF
of the Forest S,,erice _A


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Alabama ............
Mississippi .............
Louisiana ........ ...... .
North Carcllna..........
South Carolina ..........
Texas ................ .


NEWS


-1908.-
Turpentlne Rosin
Gallons. Barrels.
17.030.300 1.932.114
10,347.800 1.203.0?.w
3.744.050 444.909
2.277.b50 277.704
1 .6 .250 193.l
732.300 131.907
559.800 7-a2. 12:,
200.630 2S.661


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dt mary report eait
trest Servte t 0


ad the report Mm i
plete and aeinte i
gathered for the maval m own
In this country Mwd es m
tiom tor both 1i7 Iti UdI

Georgia AlaMb f
Mualston. North 0-t |
Carolina, and Texas M ft
the order named. COMaugan
of the production by s i
lows:


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3,644AN5


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tat, or eyes tattish, whu readers
Swai t to ~ to thI me this yearW
mt tb M ad ANM Taylor. Mrs.

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Ia leome a duty. Many are trying
rLe o r e1hatl; bs t It io oertade
they find the- methods too slow
het way to bet to fowm fod the D-ye
oew ere moae stbr eas of MarmovS




Ples-ipto>- TaMets. Any drgin t
(r the Mamllv s e orpany. Detroit
Mteh.) will 8ive yes a large-hied
at thee eleat little fat re-
beeM metatdt- a mood. enryiong
semudy. or eveattg;ve cents, and even
thd Msatlity should be enough tow
mirk a decided lapression on your
ees fat Many have lot as much
reiem Is by mea of Marmolday.




TablePrescripton Tabletdrugg
may be ued with impunity and like
wteo perfect conAdence. for. being
made strictly to accordance with the
te thes Marmola Precriptio. they
are. of owse, quite harmless. In fact.
ever ds training the stomach or cause
ipl a wrliklvSt of the fesh.


this quantityers oul the are nough tor-
ediey tavited to be lopresent a the
mpwy be userth I mpunieetl at 3:30 this
afteroon. Progrm..
wie perfect confidence. forbeing
e r disturbing Joh -.mach or caus
pw-h League.




"The Boa's Bread." (Topic of les-

Remarks-By leader.
QAll stra No. er-"P in theyscalty Breoad."
Reading No. John 6
Song-
oeUon No. "Meutal Bread.of le
Readlkns ). l.
Song-
Questlon No. 3 "Spirltual. Bread "
Reading No. 3-
(Ciusiitg rerauerk-
Kong imid a oil','t(111
A Itaim uioii'es nil- I
league bi-g.dli! nleut


Library Association Meetirg.
The-re.'A IIiI Lm'A 1. 4-4 t, lag cOf I IE,
braa ) A&*4u-jmIusa ue- .&fit rtor.14.i
at 3 uciuem-k 1p. 111-Sat I tit- rim)&iN 0fO.ftk
absocltitimji. fe~g s.-j 1t litiipt t totI. .t lug
n peir-wdt-ai feur tha'e tiL-tulmag ''ar,. ii,(
fur Itht. raaa-acticaon opt ia. tr It.u-lia-se

Realty Transfter..


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It kt Cuio-.au im' a. e \i
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ila~uplu~j tu IV A t',A. 1.. r
au4aldste lu If 1. i-''.Ardi-
an "Wast" &d& briag reeults


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hom yesterday.
e HoA of Ctmrelle arrived I
th e ty yesterday aad wll ewad thw
day h vla g ais wf ad t
family of I. J. L. Kts.y.
Jesse 3. utse a .rmed yesterday
fe- PaMst a. werte he mow e*
med j etlag up a city directory
for the buMtlt1 Ge m City.
Mi De psl Carvow r adr ealht of her
pp ci ft yesterday for a sWort vWa lt
to W to meeisit am of the former's
r amatve, who will vbist here.
Mred J. W. etteh has returned to
fer thoe thi city after a pleaat
visit of Weveral days to friends (n
JMiss Boo Carverllle ad d eighugustie of her
Mrs. J. M. Halle and children have
returned fro Jeackaforvllle. where
they have been for the past several
days vlaltng relatives and friends.
Mrs. J. Tea. who hasas retur been
vaer tn relatives l the Southern part
of the State. returned to her home
here yesterday. much to the delight
of her husband, who has been "batch-
ing" for two weeks.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square, formerly occupied
by W. L. LeGrande; city water. elec-
tric lights, sewerage. bath. and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCreary or Sun office.
Clarence Scarborough. one of the,
proprietors of the Golden Rule Bot-
tling Works at Newberry. as in the
city yesterday. He states that the
company Is doing well In the new lo-
cation and he is well pleased with
his home. This is his first vibit to
his parents in some time.

*URKHIM'S PIANO CONTEST.
Sand Still Leads in Contest Although
School Gains.
The High School made some gains
on the band people the past week In
the private contest of L J. Durkhlm.
but the band still has a sate majority
and now Ihe contest is nearly half
aver we expect some good work to be
put in by the friends of the different
contestants.
Follow lug is the result of the count
last night and we again desire to call
to your attention the necessity of
caitintg the vote' every seek:
Mis. Dokriaan ItII.s lha>d( .l.:o MIm
High school N7.olo
('alt Al ar.z .;., .'p
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AMUSEMENTS


The Chtritne aies Ce.
Through the kindness of those in
charge of the Tabernacle. we are per
mitted to saomame that the concert
atof the Chrittie Oiles Recital Company
win e given the Tabernacle Tues.
day mlght. The Tabeale is more
aseesle and bttr lighted. hence

This aort wf be am of the mot
delightful eartal me tof the im-

neescomme Ae" .
if the mMit4evtla people of GaiOes
vyte wvek to avail thomelve of the
eer of Madam Calve, the grt
*0aWr. to vWat th cKty *darit et
k. thwy a Ihave to takm eo-
-~ ma n by da"the tiet
t at t in & a V s swore teamr-
row.
OW sabet a dedo t the iMst
Bniy..e tr f we e est o
me tho io am"&M the great sbg'r.
e .at WOb ave. to We *o eM M-
e r, Tetr esf theot
dy ups vwhbi 9 sumbersVefor


Tomorrow ill be Monday sad at
lmght Jaem hor. th werM palace-
cr traveler, vwill appear or thOe iret
tme ts Oamwvtle at tho Eloetreic
Theatre. He tfiuy l Mtrates his
traveoges wit the most beautiful
semic efets ever produced a eas-
vas. Mr. Snmor has for the past week
been tIn St. A gustine speaking be-
fore crowded houses every nilit.
Prom the Golden Gate and the Great
Salt Lake regions he carries you to
the utmost Iarts of the world, con-
tinually educating you in things never
dreamrpt of and Illustrating everything
as he proceeds. No change in price
of adminion. Ten cents pays for all

"In Ariewna."
The announcement of the coming to
Gainesville on next Tuursday. March
lith. of the famous Western play. "In
Arizona." will be favorably received
by theatre patrons who appreciate a
distinction in amusement without the
extra cost usually attached. In the
forthcoming production the manager
boasts not only of the fact that he is
presenting thim splendid play for the.
first time to the smaller cities and
towns, but that "In Arizona's" large
pavilion theatre affords an environ-
meat scenically correct and a seating
capacity so unlimited as to Justify the
popular prices of thirty-five cents for
adults and twenty-fIve cents for chil
drenI.
"In Arizona" is not a dramatizatiqdi
of the blood and thunder type, but an
historic narrative of pioneer life ain the
great \Vest. s.-etened with romance.
woften,-d with pathos,. and enlivened
throughout with brilliant bits of clever
comedy And aside from its merits
as a literary gem. from point of dra-
matic construction It has no peer.
The production at hand is presented
by a company of thirty-people, includ-
ing a flnrst-class orchestra and a cow
boy band which will be heard in two
free concerts on the streets at noon
;l evcuing on date of performance.

For Oiseas of the Skin.


Nearl) all diseases of the skin such
as cienia. letter, salt rheum and bar
be'r-' i, h. are lcharacterize.d by anu itn
te'iit-" its hing and s martigm. %hi(ch of
ten riake., life a burden and disturb-
-le'cl usnd ret Qtkick r lie'f ma)y Ib
had 1b) a.ippl. iiitg Chaimbe rain's Sal-.
It allas tht itchi.K and miii irting a!


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W06 A"" RDAY$


SKoNao" a City.


j av" =for-e

soak s-


"ism alme



-o 10 this cty.
t gInto em-
hs e hb
UK bs* W
It. hope wasM


gk s .here, having
I D 13apsey. and
I wa engaged
SiOW about two
:ie city on the

Mh leaves a
-m so=r his de-

m yis their sad

admims of the unfortu-
re held Saturday
| e'dstok at the ceme
Lga Of friends from

ad charge of the


IN RP MEETING.
Starting Early

i through their
S. Dell and .1. It
a special effort to
nldNmg of the Head
Gl6aevllle in 1911,
several thousand
ature to further

del1t delegates to the
k0 while there will use
Al tIto push Galnesville
Wl hich are neatly ar-
i mtkh placed hori-
ftl Gn er. containing
IM Match Me?" The
bMw iiag inuigna:
1d Alsebha Camp. No.
b d the World. cordially
I V to meet In Gaines-
4 1h10ville is recognized
Slm'Clty' of the Stat.
3l withh a seating ta-
aBi hotels. and ia r
a warm welcoIe to


S. A. STRICKLAND,
I FX7 da.
'sthe gist of the

M lPated Devo. tako's
t #0 say other paint.
*g t at takes least gal.
,bn; aWays. We can't
'IMI traly.
F VW. DEVOE & ('0.
biul ll Hardware Co stell


0d Cepartnership.
'Who '4As this date di-
miL lltilw ~ rae
tdalle thet e
A.lb111
%'-rt bu -t %% it
of8l..

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PHONE SEVEN.


Carving a Hippopotamusa.
To cut up a hippopotamus is no easy
task. In some places the bide is nl-
most two and a half Inches thick, and
before you have got through a hand's
breadth your knife has completely hlst
Its edge and requires to be retshirp-
ened. The head nntd the feet are put
on (,ine Fide to le preserved a~n trophhli
of the ch',t. wli'e the' ren:ainder of
the flesh Is cut Into l.n'. thin strip-'.
which. after they have Ieen dried by
banking them on the tree liranc'he.
will ke .p g(odl for a very l\imns time
The Ihcry of the teelhi and tu-ks.
which is of very fine tlunllty. u".d tt.
be emuplored almost exclu-lvely in the
manufacture (if false teeth. Nowa-
day., says the Wide World .Magaz'ine.
It to turned to all the purlos' ft ordi-
nary Ivory. As for the hide. cut into
stripe It Is made Into sticks. which are
as good defensive weapons as one
could wish to possene. Treated with
oil. they become transparent as tortoise
shell and look quite pretty. Out of
hippopotamus hide bullock drivers
likewise make thongs for their whips
which are positively everlaating and
fetch relatively speaking quite a good
price.
A Religious Auttor's Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman. Salls-
bury. N. C.. who is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was afflicted with kidney trouble and
lt.t winter I was suddenly stricken
A ith a seer, pain in my kidnys and
..i c(t ntin-d to itmd eight days unable-
'o get up without as-i.-talnce. 1 M
urine' contained a thick hitl' .-di
il'rnt iand I ,;i.-" d lanna fre . l. "ay arid night. I VottiilatCl t.itkiwi
Foley'.. Kidiney R-.n.idy. and tih,' pain
4raduall). aloate.d and finally c. :- .d
aind iny urine l- tweattit i n(orial I chi 'r
illyy reco<)iinu' nd F le-y a Kidt .')y Iten-
d.. J. W. McCollumn & Co.

Recognized TAeir Old Friend.
Their lat.- Fir John uStre-ll. who wall
,cullptor to Qtue*-r \ I toria. was model-h
Irtag n bust .of %Mis Nightincale when
an oftiler of ,ne o f the highland regi
mi'nts with haid suffere'd s cruelly in
the C'rimnea heahrdil thhat the bust had
just been coiu)pll.tedl and was in Sir
Johin'sa ludio, Mrnny of the men in his
Scoirlany bhad :tliamm through the boa-
jl,':1 1 t t Scuta'l. ni. l hai e bialtul d e iper
ti.t iilin fro,,r the ,. 'ulpt,,r to bring
4o1,ie ,of th4lemi ti .,.e it A-.ortirllnigly a
mill:nl itf I''e ,i *i!' 1'i. nintihir il Into
;i np ,lli I -t .41 Ii lle Th'y haud
I11, let ,n 'i l iI 1 teh l t,,cil Iln itl rer l

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CATUINE IAI


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Prof. H. A. Howell, of Havana, Cuba,
Recommends Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
"As long a,) as I can remember my
mother was a faithful ui-er and friend
of ('hatnlbi rain's Cough Remedy. but
nit v-r in my life have I realized it.,
true alhue until now." writes Prof. 11.
A. Howl II. of Hlow-ll's American
School. Hialania. Cuba. "On the night
of February 3rd our baby was taken
A.ick sith a very severe cold; the next
day was worse and the following night
his condition was desperate. He could
not lie down and it was necessary to
have him in the arms every moment.
Even then his breathing was difficult.
I did not think he would live until
morning. At last I thought of my
mother's remedy. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, which we gave. and it afford-
ed prompt relief, and now three days
later, he has fully recovered. Under
the circumstances I would not hesitate
a moment in saying that Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy, and that only,
saved the life of our dear little boy."
For sale by all druggists.
A Lost Fee.
1 h.' Itl 1h1 ;1 t. .u:u'tIlne Birrel!
,.n .* I,. .e~ l tlhtt he h d h Ien41 li0 st- alt-
t'ln itl :t n' rial til.t.sease' allit we t to
,.> 1 i t a ,l~I.d In the icIo.1l9,rh,.,xl ,f Hlaurley
sIlte t atnd who was a great e*'rt on
the di4.ea c of w lil hl he thulitht bhe
was a victin. It .s a n hot day In July.
ltnd as lie walked tfrin his l.,ndoun
lhol;,,e. which was aai the uneilhtlrbood
-of Addion riald, to llarley street he
ptr-'pired l freely.
lie found the great phyhle'tan's
rooslu all crowded with patients-
preilily, he thought. sufferIng from a
slnilair aouipl-iint to hirniself
1Vhiilt w.inllltr he found onI the table
n 1,...k written ley the gree-t phlihl clan
p..l the- 6ubit--t of tlhe lpartiular dis-
a %.* II.*' I r-t rln li hi'h enuau.t Ihdi eve were
i!.-. "'lTin i4 l "it I wt hv 1- .N ufTering
fr. in 1 Ii .1i '!I-4:1'-'* neo er lo.r,4Iir .-t '
; '. |' <1 $ i h, II hi 1 III I bite itII,. 5e,
I,' k. l Ini I!,' h:l;t :i l I le i s aill d
, ,i i:* ati lit ht i,. ,r amw that
i h -1 Iin I.,nd, ii S'nram


PILES CURED IN 6


TO 14 DAYS.


--4A70 )INTMNENT I- giarantetqd to
-nan- 8 Ll Y ca. e of It, 11111g. 1111u1d
lilt-td(iing or l'rotrudi g4l'ilea In 6 to
14dayb or'monaey@refuri1ed. 5No
A II e-i't 111Kic a force 'A Ili
ri-, .!I'AI tih 11h
'r .e


t .1j) it! Laughing
.-Int ii t! 'Ihcrc is
t Lr's (I thrry
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CANVAS


ONE NIGHT ONLY
THU SDAY.


11


PHILLIPS BROTHERS' Mammoth
Production of the Metropolitan Suooes


IN


1InPW Cue PW,


The Fay-4w le Visible.


Who Goes There?


f,1iilt priatt ct your prop~-

lli*% er kie'?w whltg that

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E11911 DUPMRE STILL LEADN
Mil DORIAN ELLIS.

Mtes Alma Peneill Get Geed VetO.
Next Week PrPm0e m ft ID
Vwy Inteeting.

The emat of the vote t the palao
coatet Saturdayn mlht left Mtin Ds
ao Dupree U l t he ladl over
11.9. but yo seed mot be irprised
to see somethlag dolag before mext
Saturday. Polowlag Is the vote:
Miss Bessie Dupree. city ..... 1,12.006
Miss Dorian Elia, city...... .1.111.211
M Catberae Haile. city.... N$.911
MnIss lorrie rtcikad ...... 470J71
Mass M. Daghtrey. city...... .1M
Miss Mary McCormick. city.. 11.
Miss Alma rPeme, city...... 4.8t5
Miss Nannie Dickenson. city.. 42.1"1
Miss Mabel Saches, city .... 3.486
Mis Julia Carter, city...... 3.41
Miss A. Groff. Newberry..... 39.@
Miss Jelsse raan. city...... 31.2
Miss Estelle Beal, city....... 28.866
M fa A. Strickland. Waldo... 28.U$
Miss Emma Hudson. city .... 24.75
Miss Annie Bevile .......... 19.20
Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs.. 13,915
Miss Elvena Staft. Waldo..... 12.915
Miss Goldie Lambert, city .... .41290
Miss LiAnie Sheppard. Bell... 6.006
MIn K. Carlton. Mieanopy... 5.590
Miss M. Fernandez, city ..... 4.265
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ........ 4.105
Miss Mary Thiglin. city ...... 3.850
Miss L. Sanders. Hawthorn... 3.650
Miss Ruby Albrght......... 3,100
Miss Kittle Tharin .......... 150
Mliss Harris Davies. .......... 105
Miss Jimmihe Lloyd........... 105


3---41 1---

Special Senery! Superb Ochestra I Vaudeville Betwe
Acts t FREE Band Conert at Noon and at 7:90 p. m.
by the Famom Cowboy Band.

m af u mkA-


IS BEST.


--WHY? -
Because it wears longer and
covers more space. If you
want the whitest of white
paints, try Davis.
a *


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ARIZONA


The rsiuet ve" of t"e Yw "

Spring Musical rFestial



mdtd hIntms dm WM-I's
Id = Adlmes Mddta *v *a
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Rder-leter, soprnmo; Nevada van der Voer, gi.
FOUR CONCERTS--Moday satisre, otbrstml; Meati ,K-- ...
lanesom; Tumeday matinee, Artids' oacert; Thwday Ifgbt, Ormatr*, "TI
CREATION," with the Jacksoviloe CMoral Socety of -0 tr io d vaI i. d
New York Symphony (Orchetr and sookdi. 8EA.ON TIC I '-M
application now. Seats rerrved in rotation. Addi auid make ches p-b
T. T. ELMIK, nruIfy, hN-l, P MMi
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and Gents' Furnishings are Earnestly Solicited.


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bsant year. It ams been to la creas
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am an W eat all"ants
dthd obaur. aiJst 0e Mr ISfor.





m. b yutr M. Ja ae. u th,
Fa lo f iOl tsary.
I ec r-A d wihao t didt You ues et(4
S vy PTo iatoe-l esnt ton youpl th
hgeeld odeuken crequettreasd anin e
Pb ce-Towa lTtO s n


S @ PaSmmm l weryou dip ur sprats,
ijotyso, strata your side or brule*
ea"s el Ptarailler will take out thd

ely. The oldest. the tho-'wat ati




Was ltholut ',.< or one of te
&WIlk 6cbuA1.*


I_ I


DO IT NOW

immeng Pepte hesle Ntet Wa
Uaf ttoTos


- hiM aw neisly argieed W they
'-_--_ ^ ~ __ W =a ir
ow bamimm Them sight suMd @a
SloomGe o* phes to ebremse iserd
el a moer we gradually tote
Os of bw droae ht


ow* e aql I-ur at bahee h ead-
Si Aspewb; thl My eso
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S N m a e me mnt the
WL A. IL 1 SH K I~rty

t s sof seal o my bes whol
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manSM Vwry Mghly. Amy pe
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000 rgempbo an teahm Mea
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ek steuMMewo.w ao.nub
New York. sale agme asor the United


nsamb*er the aame--D %-ead
tOdl emse d r.

THE BRA STOE.
A Osplem Stery Abe te epMUe mWad
Ito SWasla Lrew
Dery eM know that Ceylon Ii aft-
msm ht tor adnsi t .1cqueer ll rar*
mw m stems jeund in the muds of
S Wd up p rver hei Among tbese
Ito ems esaed *ht aphaae." a rare re-
wty ef r eSspar, whch aitnes at
alght w o igt. LThe
bes IMe s trads amg a the
m es that aO Uo spees cobra
mabes ae this soneM to attract ti-
-m" i the dUtseasmo I8deetd the
anme ~es it I "mWb a4aaMer." or eo-
Obs maeL A atetst oelved to tt
ti weiedafl story during a stay la
the 1a6i1 a4 e0, red a ay Cooly S W5 -
peas to psoa a stone carrying o -
hm. i ahet a wesk aa old Tam
m a so and mse to Ihew Mm .e.
WI BSwe tois gMoap and, -
eseg trmhes, amder as amse ftam-
sft tee, he esaw a NMle point at steady
-a he and wa mm tthaely 4 s5-
g-lob b M a eshe sidled sa" sIowty
wave "asb head esm mide to side. It
weM have e d iesperately -aag& r
brad hv i ant to 4 mo. saying that
meAt ih hb ewol hisnM..If et the
a86Me. L e dI u and tla rather clever
habile. efoe dark he climbed Into
the ta arryi.gee a lamge bag of ahbes.
A nightfall the CoWs turnedup, aW
S and de-ated t meatnssurs, wAick
It earrod I Its mo wth. before It
Thersepes the cooly emptied his bas
atof ashes ever the shining object, and
the fightened reptile after a wild bat
fraUft s ar crept back Into the
Jngle. The cooly descended, mearcbed
the ashes, found the stouoe and re-
eelvd hisa promised reward.-Loadon
Teleraps.
Seetlamd'e Pabrs 6 .a1
Why was t. Andrew ebhoen as the
patrol mint of Scotland? This ques-
tin bas been asked many times, but
the arbdevn of whom Dean Hole
tells may be considered to have discov-
end the mot satisfactory solution of
the problem. "Gestleme" said be (be
was speaking at a St. Andrew's day
banquet at lhe tlaew, "1 bave girea
tIhl dicult subject my tbougbtful
ronusleratiou. and I bare come to the
eonreslmu that St. Andrew was crbose
to be the letron mint of Wotrland be-
rnum be dlu'overed the lad who had
the kleves and Sshew."-Dundee Ad-
vertiser.
Geed Liniment.
You will hunt a 0dMu thhile. tf.or.
you fiBund a ipreparatilo that is i 'iul
to C'hanlberlailn's lliioani s it aa cu r,
for luau cular anid rh utLitlict iatii-. (fr
the cure olf |'olr;ail. : sll ,lo' In -. of th.
u sua rl.s It i e.i l-i ill a ual il.' fr
laillf back atidl il 0 i 1 .>l,' laur i>, it it l i < n 111
.alt h) all lrui s:i-'.


i'artieia La' lg jub jarhizting a at
The Stun offlue ut'eastiti t. ) 1Wife
tote' In the Iturb & kSA,)rd lIjiaa jf
best fur' eauich ve li jI.a141 fkr P. uOl
work iDon't Iforgoettila %%v.ci,,in. 111,41
of printed state Ie'I4-r) R4. d th',. iv
vartiawmesat 191%1116 Idrtilulars ret
garlus the lb. C. It' 81 (k~. furth
baydy yew' sk"


.0 as
26040 4w 1


Simple Remedy fr Lagippe.


Lagrlppe eoughs are dangerous. as
they frequently develop into pneumon-
ia. Foley's Homey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heats and strengtb-
ens the Iuns so that no serious re-


suts need be feared. The genuine
Foley's Homey and Tar contains no
harmful drugs and is In a yellow pack-
age. Refuse substitutes J. W. Sic-
Collum & Co.


A Friend In a Peg.
*Ia e of the worst Loadou togs,"
maid an naglishman, "an old friend of
asine tried to oWd his way from Tra.
fsgar square to the savoy, where he
had an engagement to dine.
"TMhe pburous air made the eyes
mart and the head ache, and it
brought on terrifle ts of coughing.
To ocou d Wt literally ee your hand
afot your face. There wasa com-
ttheal erauag t oft windows, bell
jangled, veicie and foot passeaers
seeded, and shres a nd oaths are.
"Threedl I ge way tl the midst of
this peandemmem through the Strand.
Ua he ppoil,. from Landieer's nsms
to the waltnt dinner at the Savoy. my
d friend, to him great bewilderment
mas found htmeif descending a broad
stairway. He put his band to the
Ialustrade. Yes, a broad and stately
stairway with rail of cared stoMe.


Amsnaing!
"Suddenly In his deerent my friend
collided with some one ascending the


stairway.
"'Hello" he said.
"'Hello!' a gruff mnle Irce replied.
"*Can you tell nme.' said my friend.
wbere I am going?'
."Nertainly.' said the other. 'If you
keep straight on you will walk Into
the Thaes,. for I've Just come out of
It.'--


Foley's Honey and Tar cur-es coughs
quickly. strengtheis the lungi and ex-
pel*i colds. Get the genuine In a yel-
low package J. W. McCollum & Co.


HEAVY HAULING


C'ON SU LrT'US

TO0 A1,L, -I01 tS


Very, Feed and Sale

.._-Stales.....

Harnm, Wa .m Su.lies


Davis &. Oliver


EOVS THE

aSe.oSS OFCATARRH


A SUNDAY STROLL
TM1s aeemd tn Wee at One TTim
Uteul IN Malesa
stbla of the exact behaviter d
mebd a&m yme peepse *b theme It
amuth r t the early day ef the se-
teeamk ceitary boght to motuen la
s isMgeaphy a Peter Dmis. a plemser
premier to iMaiMe. MI. is ad an
aegmtIfP, James Orrvck, wh enjoyed
a wafk s Sunday after a waeef tof I
Mr. Dm mes ouadeat that ti
waa m t perMtemd at heaer and wrot
t a find of the t uble caused him
y bb appremtle's apparutly tono-
eC agmom-s
"Tea mt ba ." he writesM "that
the peNple ee very stret e this day
amd wUnl let vet smn walk eat, mueb
bm bhesa James was setroU s abnt
am was wRed hm e y the t""
san habt he wouldmat eoey them. A
o.paeit was ted aseap last me os
e mOst day, a I shoulder have e m
t hed to pay a Se had neat Jdge
Duam pleisat bo mpby w that I
ai net approve aof t b ch e t sed
Wmat ela."
Aseftr eainte m t lb com
P.ls with to is Danger t this
See to as adveithsmeat which p
paed tMre. W paper, the Deaner
Weedkly agimte, t tues that "W. &
L. I. Mses have opoed a school
th -d over toh Megeir esie her
th lestrwetise of ya wmlmes end
m mu e ems to the mFeldee drme
mouta sbrnches of eodestism."
The terms were: "Orthography and
pis wek IT coats pe week; wrulta
Bs grammar, geography with the
ume of maps, m-empesit erasmental
seework, 2 cmsts per week." This
was prleb7 omeof the t schools to
MaIm or teaeMhing yemn ladIes ex.-
elively to the bramncbmes of eduaetion
and alo leading plate work and fan-
CtY edlewos k.


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Highest market price paid for Chicken*, Eggs and oth- PreAn
A Coplate stock of Hay. Cor. Oats. Flow. Bran, maL. Coats
Seed Meal ad Rye. We handle only the Very eat ooel
t IG GRAEt PrVes, sad guaranGETABLE Sm ,


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It pays the farmer to plant only the best. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
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We are now booking orders for Pas and otter warionaloe a ent. We
will be glad to snd you prices on miuest.

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No .medy that doe not entirely remove the cae of Catamrrh t, g
blood will ever make a permanent cure of the trouble. Just a Ioml as
circulation emals comtaiuated with the impurities and catarrhal
,which produce mthe trouble, them cou mmraem or inner i'w.5
body wiU be kept a state of Irftatlom mad diame. Sprays.=
other load application will sometimes temporarily relie" the rf!* S
hinllag ia the- a, bing oto- iSa the earws, nUcnk. table. staft
of the nostrils, sad help to loosen the mucus in the throat; but Cata rh"
omstitatlnal blood disorder and until it has been entirely driven fram
Sthe can permanent cunre. & & &cure Catarrh by
the cme from the blood. It attackha the dime at its head and- Z
Oululy prifying and dmlaing the circulation, sad ridding it ,of ,'
ti d mpaurity, and at the aame time enriching the blood, .u i
tam mad Irritated mmbraes to heal u s the o a
bottoa leaaav so trace of the diA in the system. Book on
ad ay mUoadvisaie ree to an who write.
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THE PISTOL TOTER.


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% vl the county at the
f g the Legislature.

| iMMa Times-Courier is
ress which is eraise
a to itWe are glad
M"seson of the protLgierity
| Wlle exchange.
a rtbrne says immersedd
t soWat ptatordght will kel
Di Bt if this pruhiitia n
Ieseping o~er the couritr1
toin to get the alado-

ev of The Madison Enter-

is a candidate for as
secretary of the State
Is a good reader and
aWe al assistant to Nat


The following article on the evil
of carrying concealed weapons i tak-
en from the February number of 'tncle'
Remus-the Home Magazine--and is
from the pen of IDon Marquis:
"There Is too mu(h 'pistol toting'
and too much palliation of 'plotol tot-
Ing' all through the South. The mere'
possession of a deadly concealed
weapon has a certain psychological
effect upon the most conservative of
temperaments. Upon even a stranger
the 'feel' of a pistol la likely to breed
the desire to use the pistol.
"In most human beings, with aver-
age advantages and average education.
thia desire to feel that one can kill
If one chooses---this cheap love of
the spectacular-passes away rather
early In life; or is reserved for a
more legitimate and recognized exer-
cluse on the side of law and order, or
in war time. or In some dangerous
calling. But the tough nature does
not care whether It is exerelsed on
the side of recoglised authority or
not. It Is simply Is exercise that such
a nature desires. He wants to see
himself In a heroic attitude.
"I have no doubt that many of the
night riders went Into the thing Just
because It gave them an opportunity
to ride around the country at night.
In a silly masquerade with guns in
their hands, and In their egotistic
hearts that satisfying feeling that they
belonged to a band that runs things.
"If the young men In the rural com-
munities. and even In some of the larg-
er towns throughout the South. can-
not be convinced that habitually to
carry a pistol-unless upon occasions
when one is really needed-Is a fool-
ish thing to do. they can at least be
convinced that it is an expensive
habit. The laws against carrying con-
cealed weapons are good enough, all
that is needed is their g -neral en-
forcenient by the prolwr authorities.
"Duelling bhas ben frowned on in
this country for ,several decades, but
it would Iw lwtt, r than such street
killings as that of Carinack. In Nash-
Sill.-. r that )of (onz:iles. iin Colunmbia.
a fe.w \:ir>- ago. In a duel -:each par-
ti< ia,:iit ait I a.-t has sonit hi ntii like an'
lqual .l.anc. but wh n the 'pi.tol
toter' gxos after his man it is not
with the' idea of giving him a chance
for his life.
"if men of influence and a certain
de.gr-',- of pronminenic'. likk' the Coolwrs
in Tennessee. and the' Tillhans of
South Carolina. 'tote' deadly weapons


wh n wnich to set teit their personal
difficulles. if these men of a class
6 tllbtler continues to make who are supposed to have had certain
No of The Citrus County educational advantages are 'pistol
i arkli with the news of toters,' how then are the inhabitants
-. Be is without doubt the of the Reelfoot Lake district, the Ken-
ilI aewagatherer engaged on tucky and Tennessee and Georgia
M MWkly in the State. mountaineers, and the youths of the
n uairow inlaud villages all throughout
SilJW e. Florida are thankful the South. who are lacking in oppor-
iteM cold weather which tbltniti s and position. to be taught 'he,
= dote North in its grasp for the hleson that 'pistol toting' is a vain.

altmag temperature at this habit'"
SiaI Iove vt ry di-a.-trous to.
M Wa truck growers. Col Itreanui now talk. ai. if lit- would
S- .igail like- to run foir i'r.-lle-lint. Real
i Irt1d that the "i Head Hlunt I. we think it i.r .iatlei 1t 1 n i ,for hlin
b Blai gone on the war path ti ractit'- riding hi' ti itk iiiul aind
PMiArlppluel. Thiy -cld not g,%, t,' lh.-min ratic part.\ a r':.t 1,
lPresid ut Taft will I- ul *r. iill it ai, n l,.liit t itll. SlItJ Soiuth
I th them than hi.- ii r' ... back o() hias eithe-r il c.n% iaii\< liin or
0 It laI probable that thi.v will it ite ill. Th, iii. l.ir<- 'L,'' T.taft
6* 0Few b head i in th huni t f.A rl. e-i .% l i1 (;,. rI-.. at the l i.t-1 I
of others. ,t ,how d tl t( the i, hl ;.t Iri
--U shl'I t Slt.at- r. r'e--. i A' l c ither lll. li
Am 00oon L0 agu 1 i. now con t I. ii- in ( i mii its soi) '"i" th% io4n1 1
I the cauipaigli ltr SW atIde l ;i. l .ittlt Ie 11 t d" til't re-, i~e id ai-
atr- h While thi t- jenp.. E, i>p" .ttn. itler DI nol wrat'w candidate- w. iuld
0 tite iti nuhlt in tit o- tak.e hat re,.i .e I at th,- la.-t l-t-ction, b ul
0AM U that the ad .ocat,.n of I it i, te e (o itl th0. it' al't,
W^y- ill ( let fIh.itu h1 e it* r.' t I ii,. i-0a uill itct again llil.dl)
OwlD a, ithiouit a hard lllt'4% hi- I.1tI, i.r ti!l e llia* ."-
,.-ll lit. k ll|' hii llllli t It t .tt I 'A ill

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The Philadelphia Press says: "It
might he possible for an administration
to get along without Secretary Wilson
in the agricultural department. But
novel and untried experiments are
generally to l.e avoided. No one Is
reckless enough to hint that Farmer
Jim is unconstitutional "

The Sun is now printing more pa.
pe'rs for regular subscrilwrs than ever
in its history. The people are show-
ing their appreciation of a good paplwr


TO CURE ANY DISIASL

the Caue Nmst be ..m.e. ....
Way WtUb Daemrdt
Kill the germ that causes dreadruff.
falling hair and baldness. you will have
no more dandruff, and your hair must
grow lusuriant!y. Newbro's Herpcideo
not only contains the dandruff srm
destroyer, but it la also a mot delight-
tul hair dressing or regular tollet use.
No oteir hair preparaUon Is 0o this
seletitSo basis of destoying the dandruff
erma. It stops all Irritation. beeps tha
scalp sweet. pure sad wholesome. Re-
member that something claimed to be
-Just as goo4." will not do the work of
genuine Herpicide. Sold by leading
druggists. end We. In stamps for sam-
ple so The llerplcide Co.. Detroit. Mich.
$1 00 BOTTLE GUARANTEED).
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LIM-MTUCE SMIfEM

Cover te the mou t, Brook>s-
vi!.; east tU Oala and he.-
youI; wesnt to SuwaMnw [ RLi-
ver; north to Alachus. Highb
awi Wortlhngton Sprinns,
('lar {Key, an i all interl d-
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1OWNS, PHOSPHATE MINIM.
SIT1JSL, SAW.MILS and FARM
Menaae aned Answer
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Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 pi
Returning, arrive Gaineaville.... ............ 9:20pp I


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For detailed information, rates schedules and r -
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Div. Pass. Agent, Trav. Pass. Age-t,
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About the most bitter person
against lDr. C(line. who recently mar-
ried one of Gaineoville's fairest and
Rswe'tet school girls and then left
with her for parts unknown, after
serious charges being preferred
axalnst him by people in other States
where he had resided. is one of his
own race. If Cliae really had another
wife when he took this girt as his wife
no punishment is too severe for him.
For her sake we trust that he has no
other wife and that he will prove a
good husband to her. But If he was
not a bigamist, why did he leave
Gainesville so suddenly? He was do
Ing a good bustaes here and could
have made a name for himself which
would have wiped out all recollectionm
of the other charges against him.

Alachua county has several miles
of hard surface roads which are a
credit to the people of this section,
but we need more of them. Two hun-
dred miles of hard roads In this coun-
ty would do more than anything elae
to enhance the value of ftrm lands
and attract aew settlers. We need
more people to cultivate our waste
lands, and the surest way of attracting
them here is to construct hard roads.
Let's get busy along this line.

Those aspirants for Prank Clark's
seat In Congress may as well make up
their ainds to wait a few years. The
people of the second district are going
to keep him nl Congress Just about as
long as be desires to stay there. He
is too able a representative and true
friend to the masses for the people
to displace with a man who will have
to demonstrate his ability to fill his


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i0wM. ha UIN Mu. m- M .. st to
FINI UW a abeds a,# tW I
tom it pmm eto hanbadn& eS
4MN~ Cam aM ftMae m-
"P sked0 kr. cMr. U tnm-
wad tIt weUK Whi
eum Ued Mm to part wvtth t After
gie to Mr. Bement, a delih wm
euaar mea m. .0 ale., wh.
s.ro nmad a pabaswe. t Who
MaO1 aGle a naeek ifr tiosof It
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l*aw uVe Umlay of las Anoka,
Ws" haM se.e N3 i th hr an her
pNOS see. i wsevnm went to
ti eora a vh d euGans old eM
the wy. WhM ftM anrwtv tbw *sbe
WuWbas t to Nee's paeUM s that se
ad mWaSed weattle, but had had a
but ight With the gri Hole want-
*d to tar what grandma had to my.
sa the letter was read to bher. Soon
afterwardi mw ome of hb meglb-
bem sad ewlalmed: "Oh. Mrs. Smith.
W,'Tv hd a letter from grandma. 8be
et to Seattle all right, but she had a
terrtible it with ber vallse!"-Loe

How ean Uay person risk taking
Sme uMakown cough remedy when
Poley's Homey and Tar costs them no
wmor? It is a sate remedy, contains
so harmful drug, and cares the most
obstUnat coughs and colds. Why ex-
periment with your bMlth? Insist
upon having the genuine Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar. J. W. McCollum & Co.
Whet Cunts In Stery.
As I heard a famous raconteur tell-
hte a story I had heard to one form or
another for many yeams I could not
but recall the statement ,f souwe one
to the effect thal there are but flse
Stories extaut and that all we have
are Ierely variations fruuo the original
vre. As (General Taylor. who is some
thing of a mstry telTr hhi>lf, >iult It.
"The a ttery da.whii' llt ,Unt I anly-
thung. It'd the editli ii tliat c'unt"
Burton leruld.
A H nt.
**V' ti n Its 1** 4 ry fe r,!| v I f .your
dolly." rn. rk, l tHe ti tior
"Vet.." r',i1h#Il .ua:1I .f.lril'.- "Ih* b .
so dllffere t fr iii mi t g." I" i. h
ever ilherrulis. tie wbhei, I'li t:il
hal "--bkalsau Sc ..
"sy thrrt >) ,,A olld lx,> l.. :
Cuvlorti.ated had a lhi:h fe r .i.dl
till al wful ((m diillm 1 g:a,.. I
tuo doews of V ol.y (riU l.t\ai.,I
and the neate luurnlitg tlih f. r f t a -
gone aid he aas ettlicly ll FI', ,


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Is Worth Having Is

advertising For"
what is worth having is worth ask-
e oftLh urn i,'r'icatt life of today.
It-w!iethtr it is a ustd piano or a
ady-am.de business or a lust pocket-
ly through advertising, and with
through other means.
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Advertising isn't a crucible with which
lazy, bigoted and incapable merchants can
turn incompeteacy into success-but one into
whh raise ad tenacity and course be
poed and changed into dollars It is only
a hot cut across the fields--mt a moving
platform. You can't "get there" without
going somn.9

It's a game in which the worker -not the
shirker-gets rich.

By its measurement every man stands for
what he is adr what he d for what he
a and hat he did.

Every day in the advertising world isanoether
day and has to be taken care of withthe same
energy as it's yesterday.

The quitter can 't survive where the pluger
has a ghost of a chance.

Advertising doesn't take the place of busi-
ness talent or business management. It simply
tells what the business is andheow it is managed.
The snob whose father created and who is
content to live on what was handed to him
can't stand up against the man who knows he
must build for himself.

What makes you think that you are entitled
to prosper as well as a competitor who works
swice as hard for his prosperity?

Why should as many people come to your
store as patronize a shop that makes an endeavor
to get their trade and shows them that it is
worth while to come to its doors?

Why should a newspaper send as many cus-
tomers to you in halfthe time it took to fill an
establishment which advertised twice as long
and paid twice as much for its publicity?

This is the day when the best man wins-
after he proves that he is the best man-when
the best store wins, when it has shown that it is
the best store-when the best goods win, after
they've been demonstrated to be the best goods.

If you want the plum you can't et it by lyi' -
under the tree with your moutli opcn v.U i,
for it to drop-too manvother men -e w.
to climb out on the-limb and r.' r t-. r r::ms
in their eagerness to get it aw.:' f:r. yr.i.
It is a man's gam -t. *
hanging on and tur ing an .
time to ,et an.d kecp ,head. I; t' ,. ."'
prFcssiOnof the lav Of cor,-t ri' .. ..l..\ ; i
blind-folded jutice o cr t i.::'.. ; f t'._
world.


Oaa ell your lty property, (I.L
proved MO asimproted), IhdMt
tnU, iO wmd fanmig lands. 4mtdid
wlo 7of wLsyon offerfor".b. U.
J A. CARLISLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW


eal Prltie. All business piM
s*oasudd to. OGe next dew toft
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MUME CLAXL


TomS. W. VIus


TL.ARK & FIELDING
Lawyer.


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to take Cardul. for your female
troubles., because we are SUe it
will help you. Remen.ber tat
th& great female remedy-


ha~s brrought reliefto t'Cw
90icr bick umeQn. -1), hY i.I b
YiWu? For headache, t~hxkac~e
pertodical a fc"'-lnJ: .. 'it
ses, Many haVO S,.IJit 13s tMe
boat rnl~n.t4S t"e **Try
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* Ru AR GRIINDING OUT
Sli the bAt Cofee in onue-pound
dle the choicest Teas that have
W lN Mteted for this market
WIhe hMeM from this establish-
Mi IasUtiesa of food products.
0 11 MW4 var*ties. Our trade
1h Ite stas we give good( gro-
(t lhei last amount of money
46iM promptly and Just as

6 0l ranks of our pleased pa-
a message to Phone 18, or
tlave your orders.
ERS & EARLE.



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PLORIDI


,Cakes and

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Sol* rt~
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CHANCE

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VIC" It has hemsthe
ad4 siny ,ftmeI u
b"m senad theio eiafsd who
have beemt himi with sub aiLl
mAteRasdommst.Ina~


lWeet of C.eers on Animals.
The effect of color upon mind is most
easily noticeable in dumb animals, be-
cause they make no effort to curb or
control their emotions. Wave a red
fiag at a bull and be becomes violently
angry. Shake a red shawl In front of
a turkey gobbler and be will storm
around fearfully. I made an exieri-
ment in the country one sumnuer to
see If this same fact held true of other
animals. On my farm I had an enor-
mously fat. lazy pig that dillikedt noth-
Ing so much as to i.iore. All day long
It nued to lie asleep In the sunshine.
and sometimes ereu the attraction of
food could noit lbudge It. I took a num
her of pie. es of silk of the same quali-
ty. hut 'f different shades. and. after
wakitln the pig. wared en hb rlip of
silk In front 41f It t'or tVe blue aud
( nti It never moved. uit when I
waved the red and orange strips It
Junillmad to itd feet. stalix; ,l al tim t and
,.ppeare., to be thoroughly angry. Time
.nd again I repeated tbhi experiment'
,*nd always with the same remull.-
Frank Alvrh I'arsons In (;Ge.d lHouse
keeling
Lovers
Of good health should prevent sick-
ness instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure it. So long
as you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach in a healthy and active con-
dition you won t get sick. Itllard'
tierbine relieves constipation. Inactive
liver and all stomach and bowel trou-
bles Sold by W. M. Jobnson.


Hard to Kill.
Warbr,:.wrIte-A When sI %%as still
l'rsaase I 4i~i v r.s1 lmae'11d y
greit ''' isIir;:4.ro.e'tewimeo, f s ~rs~
'. l hiddleeni i i ,i tw~ ine loush.'' lThe
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FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Gasine
Till*:
Sam a candidate for City Marshal.
fo re-etlectom om April 13 I have
served the people faithfully sad o.G
cetly, alght sad day, aad Lmy record
is ames for lepeatkam.
IU my -rvise durla te paast year
hes bees mtisetory I ask the o a
pert aMd vete ofe *ac abd wery ettt.
ea whe Is quallSed. I can only
promse the same service as I have
,r.deavored to give la the past.
Yours for order.
HKN T. ARNOW.

I take this method of laformlag the
public tat I s a adMidate for CMty
Marshal at the olecto to be heM n
April 13 190. I respeetfallyso aUctt
the aport of all aotWa, irrepec. tve
of party adUlates. e4 prems sto
kbtfHy a&d M epaitlaf t dichaew
the doele ao toe le astoul I he

CiA& C. WARREN.
Impeetfudltmmrme mymeB a
Madold ofr tw"e k oat City Karl
a"l. t be vet or w at tas deleda
am APril 1N, etaled I wos
hitf t c mbeo the "eam N as
is wth"at Glor Or bAer. I go
w***abr am"e tve atn. a ef. r-
repe St.o at w.w dSI.


PFO TAX A-U- O.
To the Voters of the City at Gaimes
ville:
I respectfully aamace Mself a
candidate for City Tax Assaeemor ar
the year 1901. Having been Tax As-
sesbor for four years, I am fully pre-
pared to all the offe. as my record
will show, the city assess t hav
ing been increased In that time from
a little over $0,0 M to over $l.00.
I was prevented fr m ruaning for this
rlice last year on account of sicknesa.
and now respectfully soltcit your
votes. W. N. BRADFORD.

To the Voters of Gainesville:
I bereby announce that I am a can-
didate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year lt09.
n the election to be held on April the
13th. and most earnestly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position.
Thanking you for your past endorse-
ment. I remain. Yours very truly.
B. R. COLSON.

Unequaled as a Cure for Croup.
"Besides being an excellent remedy
for colds and throat troubles. Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy is unequaled
as a cure for croup." says Harry Wil-
son. of Waynetown. Ind. When given
as soon as the croupy cough appears.
this remedy will prevent the attack.
It is used successfully in many
thousands of homes. For sale by all


OFFICIAL DWRECTORY.
owateOffims:
GOWerDa-A. W. Ollehett.
be@"&
Secretaryat Et oto--K.Clay
OOTK lhsss
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Tra-re-W. V. EKoti Taltlhas
me.
Attormy4aoeral-Park M. Tram-
mel. Tsllsaham.
Commalseloer of Agriculture-B. L.
MetUr. TasatAhsse
kupt. of Publice lstreetU-WM. M.
Holloway. TallaMssee.
President of the Se atoe-ut W.
Harris, Key West.

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bwwp. 0.mvtEo; J. W. Mr.
raber; CAue. rW.ummeCs. TsGee;
0. P. C awC, QMl0e1vU 11

Wee. haierme., Rambers; J. W.
Mt1oe. ~mOar-; .. W. Mae.,
Members EHoecdm-4-I I L.



aoWeeksvcb; T. A. Dwoe. ta .



Mayor-Heratio Davla.
Marshal-BC. Tr. Araow.
T AjMembersMor--B. CoLA.




Clerk and Treasurer-J. Mxzey Del.
City Attorey--W. k. Broom.ta
Board of a-B. T. Armo-T. W. ad
president; Geo. K. Broome. 8. J. Bur-
Tax AE. e Cano. H. 8. Graves, 8.
M. MColltor. -. B. Vla r.
Board of Nblic Works-H. B. Tay-
tor. Chairman; W. W. Hampton. secars
tary; H. F. Dutton. 3. J. Balrd. J. H.
Vidal. ___


GAINE8VILLE,
-T Cit-- y


druggists. OGaIesville. la conceded to be the
anted P to Enjoy t. t enterprising as well as the moat
Wanted Pala to [njey It. *eautlful city in the interior of Pkor-
Francls. aged four and a half, had 4a. it is located IN the very csata,
annoyed his father until that Individ- A the State, half way between the At-
ual finally lot platlenie. Hle was try- lanUc and Gulf Coasts, surrounded by
Ing to do some varnishing. Thinking lands of such fertility as to be capable
to get rid of hin for a few minutes, of producing a great variety of crops;
he said. "il rry. son. to the window in the heart of the truck-growing.
and walt h the parade The lad ran phosphate and naval stores belt. She
and w t cil;ed up a a the best edLuetIonseI advantages
to the window and tlmbed upona t in the State. good churches, with
chalr. while the father smiled at the ediSces which are superior to any
succe i o(f bhi little lie. town of its aiae In Florida, with large
The smile wax still on his face when end consistent congregations; has a
a tug at hibl .oat and a "Hurry. paper. climate which cannot be excelled for
ll,'-k'" caupeed him to start toward health and pleasure. All these natural
the window. "What to the matter?" advantages. combined with a progresa-
he asked, ive and euterprising coamopolitas
*"(Collle and see the elephant In the citit .iahip are sure to make a big
parade"'- Iwelineater. cith.er. are many natural attractions
an tclote prolimnity to the city. some of
A Swollen Jaw which ar.* Alachua Sink. Paine's
PrIarie. tIe ; Devil's Mill Hopper., War.
l noit pretty ior iple.atat Whe.ther ren-. Ca e. ad lake Newnan. all of
t ciu-'-d L I ir.urali, tootihache or hi li are reached by private convey-
:d. t It;sIa l ,a l .' SnowI I.inliim e it sill, tini
,. ,-' ,t L,.. .lli : il re: e.t ti .-.riug Park SUto k Farm. the largest
,I ad tliiest UVe stocUk farm in the State.
,;n T .he- gr. it tn '** cure te' ly feliht miles tst of the cit
*t,.i., tis l,. ut-. urn bruir,- taind is r.ai lied by a goud hard road
I ,- i' Jl ;ill >:ti i. ,1 l,,tnr ,, i he faru rm of Alachta ctiioit ','
l4 -1h <( lii. e il i ti". t. 1 iit ult\ '
114e iat lit1 e lild I mlt rd itt ti.' ini-
Yet They Needed Eiercse. I lac 'rThe titnilMratur'e in I.n r rmail
Twu 1 et i ',' i. w % ,re un the form .-tar.el) h e r rt-.jt iinL t i ,'.-
,., i,.l t..,tr ;.. it r tirit fl.-Pr '" i ,ini er or .C e t .1 "1
r 1 ltula, -' r 'lI T h i. | ll;tl t ,* rf l t i. t ill
1 is s Ut e eight thol u ..l r, pru i t iK
Si I t -tl l e % r) i.ttI *;t! lt i, Ith f 1i


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The finest ol|era houe nla the State
outside of Jackuouville
A (Goetrnmenit building ion to be
i r.-* 1 il l u cosut hen completed
ii %rp. atit ri n.t'bas11. ilasterers,
i..it ,. r- i'i v.t.'r- IIJiac hints a d la*
,1 1 111ig 'l < l ,'*I
.,r- i. il. 4)f piaved sttr..ets and
'r tii.lthli di*tl alk. than any other
nv n, w 1 i ie. it-ri'ir if tile State.
Ant f ',,* ,ioirt ,hu.e built of brick
,' I tif, .1 a, .datiful structures* aid
tIh,. lsii,. rflo). r It-d,. shrubbery,
Conift-d.raute miniulnit. etc.. surround-
InK it, uiik*' it a Utiut attracUse pic-
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A Pleasant Physic.

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*.'aii) drug solre, fur -&~~ F ire,


W, V. HAuNPTOU


N & COMPANY


POR LM BLOCK


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INSURANCE


Life and Accident


at the earth. m d lm g re
smet with a hwe a dn
The Umtare It PItr l ts Ow
m sa4 the Natiml-
pUmeaint SWam mw
the arpeare mlW a S ah
we mus sceaw
is bw dago aImNks
Sam ofm


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Two um~bed


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Three ewaery Oa.


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Two Ugr aas1- -

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Iveal lam ber eemw la


Thre MethaodmslON
Two mo eu mrew TI


Two livery &Y sed@ & Gb
WOner ate had aiadt aterl.



=ameo undertaklg esthres


Two wholealWe grain mmd bed

meets.
Water "that ba made Gainesville
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GAINESVII-I U. VLORIDAlU


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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MABCH 7. 1909


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g NI 0 ERlAL INTEREST



tIwhmmevmeih a.
I A Was of the Cftv.

Sclasmed ads.

a mi mbt at thtlerd'"


aeknhet gives piano votes

ef Oserds Just received
-snoop i oil I 11 cents
8" soe's.
-a~ MM to idles'

ago *f Prairie Croek
I 111 ey yesterday.
Stsm eatmhr a ma
t rb"due at Plr Drm'.
a t I will be wit you

;j teo Os's. Embridery ale
ill c Medy and Tugeday
IJ. r. IM, of Orange Lake Was
Ibfttray sitorsWtoo Gaines-

NWr 1W si.t truth will prevaUl.
&Oa&M. iN t iPrtem d teU

ag and prepared for exception-
ath te Camtlaued mbrodery
at te lHyde Co's.
S a pr shoes and bolery from
T ~e t vetes for the merchants'
F eMsmt. L C. Smith.
k laelaace and wife of Clarke
to their home yesterday at.
SA rt visit here to relatives.


He pu got a clear title to your
SIf you don t know, consult
C Omty Abstract Company.
T'. J. Cone, who has been visit-
81dMhves to the city for the past
Mi ip returned to her home at
yesterday
e69ek of Draper & Maynard
tennis goods Just reielv-
Our window display. Gaines-
m iware Co.
alWlsers who want to be eco-
mB save 15 to 40 per cent
g~ roeery accounts at Salley &
a* fh Discount Grocery.
1 f I. Wilson has a change of ad-
,11o-mat la today s Sun. She is
a few specials for Monday in
and fancy milks. New
Ia the ready-to-wear depart-
wE l -aterext you.
Carter. the trucker of Fair-
Was aI the city yesterday. He
a ugu acreage in cabbage from
hiP As %ow shipping and reports
w,19Ui very flattering prices. His
SO w hichi consist of 225 acres,
0 Mp a Mid laeung fine.


~ Smm eim~se.~ sire s weWw
Penn~ ses of mothr Gmqs'a
~ ~AU M-L3 P. a "Oe'i ples~ata
~ssbeg*er-fajlwg If yoau bave Palml
Uftimm 1UW7 dii. or K~dsey Urou-
~~U~ makmof i aru~mactk berbs.
All ,.aggtLsjmell it. 6) O*StAL
G Cu. Le koy. N.Y.


Phifer Bros.


If you wish to save money trade at
New York Racket.
IL V. Polk of the West End was
la the city yesterday.
Cedar Key oyrte. day and nlght.
at Ratherford s Retauarat
R. W Small of Hague was among
the visitors to the city yesterday .
SFresb candles every week at 10 and
20 cents pound at New York Racket.
There is something of specialJ nter-
eat to you in the rlas ifl.-d ads toda..


Ladie" aid chil4ren'l hate. and
flowers-low pricls. New York Racket.
The Hyde Co'* Kmbroidery Sale
continued for Monday and Tuesday
only
S. M. Jones of Vistol was among the
out-of-town visitors to Gainesville yes-
terday.
Come and get acquainted with me
Monday night Electric Theatre. John
anor. thO traveler.
Some people say that a cut price
store can't run. but you oaght to see
what alley's adoe some.
J. Aeree of Areher. a valued citise
of that sectlo. was trasusactl ma-.
emm in Gainesville yesterday.
Plak's Cahill Toas aI giarstad to
owe echbl, lever. eeldsa and hrlppa
Pro 2e6. Sold by W. .. J* a .
0. M. D. Bowers and wife reteured
yesterday rom a trip of several days
to potats la the Southera part of the
State.
Mrs. C. C. ChlUtty, who haa been visit-
lag relatives in Micalnopy for the pat
few days, returned to haer hoe here
yesterday.
You can pay more but you cannot
buy more value than is contained hI
our men's shoes made by T. D. Barry.
L C. Smith.
Large stock of Draper & Maynard
baseball and tennis goods Just receiv-
ed. See bur window display. Gaines-
ville Hardware Co.
You can't run the mill with the
eater that passed away yesterday-
but you can save money on all pur-
Abases made at Salley & Co's. Cash
Discount Grocery.


Attention is directed to the change
Af advertisement of Davis & Oliver.
be liverymen. They particularly de-
sire that you remember them when
in need of all kinds of hauling.
For all kinds of cement or concrete
work see W. A. McNally; twelve years'
experience Lake Weir sand used ex-
clusively on sidewalks for wearing
surface. City specifications followed
throughout
Keep posted. is the way the Alachua
County Abstract Company come after
the readers aof The Sun today. The
bulletins they are now issuing are
proving money makers to the people
that use them.
G. F. Dortcb of Cadillac,. one of the
progressive planters of that section.
was among the visitors to the city yes-
terday. While here he took advant-
age of the trip and renewed his sub-
scription to Atachua's luminary.
A parade of the University road
survey attracted a great deal of at-
tention around the square yesterday.
If they attract alike when in the coun-
try they doubtle'i have many people


questioning them on their trips.
Mrs. H. H. McCrear) Ibd Miss Eva
Ward have returned from a 'ehort but
pileasant visit to Tacoma. where they
went to see the handsome oranl-
grot.- of Mrs. Kmerson This was
Miss Ward'. first t.iit to an orange.
arom. and she was delighted____


&ablrt a Savaing Acount


33anrilLrs


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New goods that have just arrived and marked at lowest
price. No inflated values put on them to make them appear grae
ly reduced, but real genuine value for prices asked.
-I


Fine Embroideries


Of every quality and width-Flouncingp
with bands to match.
We know these values to be above the
average and you will bear us out in the
statement when you see them.
They are in special lots at
46, 5, 7 1-., 1k, 12 -h. 1e,
th, k, 4k, Ukih Oa H


Funcy SNbs

Cheney Bros.' Printed Foulaa Sl-U
beautiful a&my pa-n, wvy do"
for Shirtwait S.Ol. Reguar Tic vae
on ale Monday at ..........**** .4

One lot Fancy Plaid and Stripe
net"patterns; regular pie 00 to
yard-on ale Monday at ......,**


lew Arrivals in Ready-to-War p

NEW SILK DRESSES, FINE TAILORED SUITS AND SKIRTS, SHRIM
WAISTS, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND-CHILDREN'S DI.
WE INVITE COMPARISON. .


Phone


109


Take a look at <
ware-best line
New York Racket.


R.


WILSON


-The New Store in the Hyde Building-


our tin and enamel-
and lowest price.


Visit the new Cash Discount Grocery
and take one of those "Taft smiles"
on Sally -Wall street
Japonicas. Palms, Ferns and Shrub-
bery; Pecan and Fruit Trees in va-
riety. H. S. Graves. 'phone 179.
As original originator of travelogues.
I will carry you with me over the
world. Electric Theatre Monday.
night. John Ennor.
Large stock of Draper & Maynard
baseball and tennis goods Just recelv-
ea. See our window display. Gaines-
ville Hardware Co.
M. J. Knight. a merchant of Ca-
dillac. was in the city yesterday on
business connected with the Harts-
Seld Grocery Company.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek.
Fischer and Ivers & Pond Planos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
Panoe for rent or exchange.
In the large variety of Womnen's and
Misses low shoes we carry you cannot
fall to find something to suit )ou. Let
us show )ou our line 1.. C. Smith
Mrs. P. C. Wind and little child, who
have bees residing here for the past
several months. departed yesterday
for Live Oak. where they aill make
their future hunie
The. Gainestille Hardwar- Company
rail )our attention to their large lita<-
it agtullo mind te-ani h;trnre.a now Ih-in
-hown in ri heir indowsadb Head the-ir
.ui ;and tla t itt Ieirn s hein iln -d


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FOR RENT.
COTTAGE for ret. Apply Mrs. Whet-
stone.
FOR RNT Plve-room eottag. Ap
ply K. LIbewrty street.
WANTSED-To rent two cottage:
cloe In. Apply at Telegraph offMc.
FOR RtT Purnished rooms. Ap.
ply. afternoon, at 209 E. Mechanic
street
FOR RENT--Piv-room cottage on
block next to square; city water.
lec tr Uht. bath room ad all
modern convenaleces. Apply at this

FOR SALL
FOR SAI.EC-Two Ave-foot show cases.


A .1 Vdal
FOR SALKE Typewriter ribbons. both
-qv' and record. 75 cents each.
Saris oMce.
Vo It MAI.K--4ood gentle bore and
nice rubber Itre-d buggy. Apply P. 0
Btox No *.7';


PBued
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SALESMAN WANTED to $"A
ON w Usuh ame ms4
Mwismow fi.Caw

SALMEMI Itv
&CUT*veaaimmem. in
lary admW us"ww esftat

sSeow- W. -


STOLKN--Oetmiasm's wb
wheel am Het ew. emr
new; me brass pWig n ag
four aew MNks is shaol. I
pleam repet to R. A. a l
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WANTD-YTeog printer fat
experimc, wh deires to
a trade. to mt as llO bw,
hes. dsitriWbute sad ae ty
casiomally. ad do an g al doiYr
assistant to foreman. Mu |
steady and of good hata.
at this oflee

SPECIAL NOTICE
HOIi-MAN. the celebrated Ompu
(1,'3h LstAllioi,. will iake th is
at Cra.iford & D is' stables. TO
re-u ed slu0 ervkice fe. cash mI s4
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First National Bank


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