Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01601
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 10, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID01601
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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 Related Items
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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a e~ms "Nol- ino the Man se
a-g whi W lan haa pealtvely
low '2886 4re1aMIN will bees
Mr. O Mans eeatisn that mst
a bb Mn M well n thoM e who
T b wI h the ats are not isn
- wva h them, is aet emSalided
Mtiamly bee. I enm ast to Speak-
r Canae s intimation that earrO
ipindm e at W as a n papers, who
beA the ml applied every day, do
ag ibis ham, the taet is every
gape~ i WanMsM he repeatedly
soBed aMeteM to the iatfmos ma
- a ofthe rabes.
"The Menre is not ow Its own
maer," 1 M The W ba la to Timeso
dtedmafl, a bew days ag. "It is
aled, epenl .nOratly, e anleally. by
the psel"am d his rues commIttee.
It emNot help tmef.
"A @s1 al -oper laa is needed to
save the H a e f om ser and hope-
less dIepa with the eetry."
The aDmeFe. aea Recorda shows
ta mt S e speaker os a td his eer-
Sofl theo tul is the oterests of
the aspela interests have been dt
piered time and agal by members on
Athe fo of the HOMse.

gre S" thundered W8hackleford. "I In
trod1ed a "I I here providing for the
abolto of the duty oker's wood pulp
the pritg paper. o"Uncle others in-t
troeed the samthe bill. Where Is it?
It is down i a pigeon hole, In tht
Ways aad Means Committee room
aredad over by the senil that have

In the Padnic Ocean

aM 0. 6.. Mareh .- hie
I Smdm M atle eberi
-t s N aS Wat bates, which was
lv hben a usm 4.0M aot high out
m e m sea master E kds.
- an~g mmL 3 0 years oM, ye

t "he waters of the outer
w be etoNo death.
As edo Wwind arned him out

INeacmhtoi-- m oam.bet

A ofthe bg beg aimi It careened
ade suuid rapidy out over the

water. Elkinas tried desperately to
guide It ack over the land by swing-
tag trfroam the bar below, but soon the
haloon was far out to sea. The para-
eaute 1tied after he had fallen a short
distance, but it was caught by the
wind and carried still further out and
fell In the ocean a mile beyond Dead
Man's Island. Elkins came to Call
fornla a few months ago from San
Antonlo. Tex.. where his mother now
lives. His body was not recovered.

A little want ad. will accomplish
big results.

aIoa Navy Yard

Will Not Be Closed

WASHINGTON. March 9.-The order
1 the d eertary of the Navy. glvou
&f t dea imof Presideat oomsevelt
4k i Ithe *avy yards at PuSs.
S *la@, P6a and New Orleans. La. was
Veatday revoked by Secretary Meyerr
ertseary Meyer said that the C('u
-asast de*atins Ha and others frua
wHeM d had made rep
le to im claiming that the

he hd so doubt as to Its legal-

r* ,

Ity the raw- had been put tt-fur<. tht
departUViit it i .uch a wa) a to uffre-t
a rvuuilderatlui of it.
The delmrtrn.-lit intends to kee-p
crioe watch uf the coudiUoin at thebfe
yardss and a statement has beeu called
for of the amount of work lu progitrt.
and contemplated by them It is not
proposed, fur the present, at I1
to send a&y ships to those yards ..v
aignarunts alrvada) ha il bet. n


Mi- Forrio 0triekland Pelled Largeet
Vete in Tueda y's Sattle, With
Min Sesele Dupree Next.

Following Is the stadia of the
eadldates ta the plamo contest:
Miss Dorlan lls, eity .......1,1$
Miss Beneie Dupree. eity ..... 1.158.0
Misa Catherine Haile, lty .... 91.72
Miss Florrie Strickland ...... 4U5.56
Miss M. Jaaghtrey, city...... T212.70
Miss Mary McCormick, eity.. 85,35
Miss Nanule Dickinson, city... 73.11
MissAlma Peansell city...... 7080f
Miss Mabel W eahes. city.... 54.S
Miss Julia Carter, city ....... 64.205
Mtes A. Oroff. Newberry..... 39.00
Miss Jessle Evans. city...... 31.310
Miss toelle Bal, city...... 29.0
Mtis A. Strickland Waldo... 27.475
Misa Emma Hudson, .ty.... 24.275
Mtns Annie Beville ......... 19.306
Mrs. I. Ware. High prings.. 12,915
Miss Elvena f. Waldo-..... 12.915
Miss Goldle Lambert, city.... 4.20
Miss Lsieo Sheppard. Bell... C.00"
Miss K. Cartou. Micanopy... 6.500
Miss M. Fernades, city..... 4.25
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ........ 4.105
Miss Mary Tigpa.ci dty...... 3.850
Miss L. Sanders Hawthorn... 3.$60
Miss Ruby Albright......... 3.100
Miss Kitt.e Tharta .......... 150

been selected by this autocrat (the
speaker) to see that all who enter
there leave hope behind. (Laughter.)
"This man tells us that a majority
here (of this House) esandt pass a
measure wbhch he disapprhves without
we first expel him from office. This
one man Is stronger than a two-thirds

majority of this House. Mr. Busby
(the Speaker's confidential secretary)
tells us of a bill supported by three-
fourths of the members of the House
which never got off the Speaker's table
and died with the session.
-*What a morgue is that 81eaker'*
table. I call upon the American peo-
pie to come up to that morgue and
view their dead. (Applause.)

"The Speaker has overthrown the
people's government, and erected upon
Its throne an autocracy more absolute
in its despotism than exists in any
monarchy in Europe
"We have injunctions in the State
of Missouri. We passed a law to regu-
late freight and passenger rates. Where
is that law? For two years It has
been held up by injunctions issued by
a Federal judge who came from up in
Iowa. One man from another State
comes into our State and in one swoop
restrains every officer of our State
from enforcing a law that has been de-
liberately worked out by the people
and representatives.
"This House is ready to limit the
tyrannical power of the courts. Give
us a chance to do it. Mr. chairman
If it be done, the reMponsibility will
uot be upon your shoulders. The re-
sponuibility sill bet upon the should,
of us. who come he-re at th- r-lrn-
m.'ltatiet'b of a free lw'OldI- (;ie. their
flarmt -rh. the lalimrtig pI,'ople', iho ar.

J'it.'til'tEi Mtih. r lItef
Wv' a (uii |li',- l>it law I ">ll tiln
l'h1e 01 r haU- 4irmuan I ut iz ,tt ti t k
oil*lie' |)***< U i |)IU M r < llrlllllil, lihl w k
'I0,. %; We' and th, ipe.a I,1. tare.
llm-kid a c-rie l blocked l, ) tir
i ar ta ii s po, er tiiat rules. hre
S The. tru tsi. the -itcial iinte-rt.t
ar,. -hi.ld-.d twhind that Imarlt.d (al k
il froet s aof the Sp akr .- ah.i
.\l Itidii ill stir Iii hll % h lA ce' Ill
lithi Hiur-" .iltd ,* A what I h.,tat ul
ro* i untru*
o t itrn>ar .-

The want ads. do more real estate
business than all other brokers eam
bla d -in fact, they tart" amet of
the buaiseam that t" bbeebs sMd
""*t* falsh



Standard Oil Company

Draws First

Ci ('111CAO. !March 9-jo 1zawu 1(f o-~~t.? ,:ftaIrifl8
.ttIionrta.% In the retrial of 11t.e Stwid- a.:t' h tatt 1aIh id4
ard (ii ()'if onirtaix etC ij,1111I1t I r :tll.L'. iif t#.itjr tti *.i. arifi' No 12':do
aviI~tt hlt'(if t reIa to. Iri'o I the ('hica c'.~pata I e Itt lr I1-t
ict o anti ti m Il .at 1 1I II. i i~ IhhIttI. 1 4- f tI i t'11 411D4 Ii fliht -11 I t sythe

(oilrt[room r' t~jjC 1i'.tlh~ht Sthe Ir (h1 t t ii !10,Fil i~

ft a t a h at tirlr ,ao4 i2ra II x t o -i r p i i i i I [ D
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NEW Y(ORK March 9 Marjorin.
Miles the bout-k.e|-vwr for Willia1
Johnson. a cabinet nuake.r of Wililani.
burg was held slthout ball to aahit
the ac(ilt of the gratd jur) b)
Magistrate Higgtabutham in liroukil n
uls a barge of havias caused the

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Es vimws EPr u a Are

ht y Ovrlk by Corr40"ift

WASHINGTON. March 9.-"Reduc- The committee does et
tion of rates Ia certain schedules-ad- have to report the kd4C a-
vaseement o few. If any." Taft asks for. But it f 1" *.
This is the command of William Isn't satisfactory to the ae
Howard Taft. the new President, to he will probably endeav
the Ways and Means Committee of whipped intp the shape bhed
the House of Representatives, which the floor. Falling is theater,
has the revision of the tariff in hand. his veto. After making *
Inlcdentally the two quoted expres- does not anticipate theaw
soms are not only the Lrst, but the necessity for lnerh bagels A
only two authentic tips the public has President Taft Indicates bew -
yet received as giving a deainte indesa- should be raised:
tion of what kind of tariff revision may "Should it be impoMtj g
be expected. (raise sufficient reve@us)
Strange as It may seem. these tips duties new kinds of %tasai
are from Taft's inaugural address. and adopted, and among thus I|
their importance and siga Ucance was mend a graduated ilauT|m
not only entirely overlooked by the correct in principle aMd as
corps of Washitaton newspaper cor- easy of collection."
respondents, but with very few ex- This method of raising
ceptions. by even the big business men interferes with the plan 9t
of the country. Although starving eri of the Republiesa paty
for tips on the tariff situation. nearly" Ways and Means ComiaNubf
everyone was cAught napping by Pres- the tax-on-coffee. tee-and-m i
Ident Taft. The members of the Wqs
Here is the sentence in the PresI- Means C'ninmilttee refue to
dent's inaugural address tAMt is now the President's suggestlom aw
considered to be the most explanatory tattons. even In the most qagin
eAression he has *yet made in con- The committee has kept Wi
section with tariff revision: ive schedules secrets, sal.
"It is thought that there has been is known no outsider iastf
such a change in conditions since the authentic information oft wh
enactment of the Dingley act that the en plat e. However, several
measure of the tariff will permit the turers and importers have ai
reduction of rates la certain schedules to get advance infornatea.
and will require the advancement of The committee will have
few. if any." ready to report immediately
The President's inaugural utterance special session convenes
Is regarded by many as publicly serv- What the bill will report
ing notice on the Ways and Means Ik-nmocratic members of thek
Committee that few. if any. advancing tee do not know. as yet. Be.
of rates, will be tolerated, bill will Le submitted to th 11
I ne Ways and Means Committee. ae- cratb a couple of days betoa It
cording to current reports. had plan- jported so they will have mtiM
ned to raise revenue by pladng a tax c on coffee. tea. and beer. It was fagur- ipoit or not
ed out a 3-cents-a-pound tax on coffee. The Democrats may be so
a 10-cent tax on tea. and a $2 instead report a bill of their ovW It I
of $1 Internal revenue tax on beer, reported by the RepublicaNm b
would bring into the national treasury provide for a decrease la the
about $1.W)0.000. or enough. or near- some articles classified as
ly enough, to offset the annual deficit, or if it should provide for a A"t
President Taft's implied poolUon In the rate of necessities. l TW
that he will not "stand for" but few crats are also sald to be
advances. If any, may make it neces- favor of an income tax as= W
sary for the Ways and Means Commit. Inheritance tax. and if the
tee to change plans. That is, if the measure does not prwov@
Ways and Means Committee wishes legislation the Democratsw il
to carry out Presaent Taft's desires bill before the House that w






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"I wvM eka. dowm Ad finally __
had to give up work. After tryla
a ember of remedies ea e ,'"'r -l p'l.. In Arizora."
saleans. I was j i. a -.:a' re&t:y to give I I r lu' I.. epr.-,nte,',
up ti despair. I taw linol ,*ad- 1 .1rrt.-r -a f l.
vertld anad decided to try It. itl ,,, 1ll. I unr (rnau l o ,th,
0d It has done nore 0ood forPhilip,.. r otheit ('nipany on Thur.
ae than al other m-as oa mbloed. It day. the llth Inst.
ha built me up and restored my
r"agth staw I now feel twenty years Wills Musical Comedy Ce.
younger. sad am able to attend to my A genuine treat In musical corm.ed
ork aI MMassual." Job Jeavo, 1s assured when the Will% .Muik.,
amn hs trues, W Iho oesa W. lVa. Comedy Company come to the Italrd
1M l I M~h a ta Is so tOais Theatre for three nights on March
as eand a of the ra aM Ith. The press and public every-
ms. mmang adO e hdbo ldMa dls. where speak In the hiheet terms of
m a of od liver ell. bt aI elL the company and their repertoire.
VtIAt 10 cetod a a gsemMrgth
Ster diam peop, deaicate abldrm Th Christine oilIe Co.
Swea *I dn. d5 por e m l wr The Christinte Giles Recital Comr
1* ar emas, aie i brehiis~kwr appeared at the Tabernacle as a
1 Ml- yer M y II TWV l number of the High School Lyceum
t gsv MIam Course leMt night, and the audience
. W. lM JO KNION, DugiM t was delighted with the program.
---gilt-, MMiss Oiles visited Galnesville dur-


seims Is Opf m to SelM Reee d
wm om **nr SeinsL
W" P-W"O gh1ty Gen-kAeal
Mnd Iwelsett.

Tl m10= -Mle s holef Health
---- siMl the idile of the
2 t Co ntery Club bave worked
e. W be gives In this eity a Thurs.
dw. Ibe 1L
ThI ehtltlm in to be give la the
Whe oft of th e ide agaut tubtr-
demes, besidesM a gmeral interesting
anem alea the ta of health. It
wv pnee of great mtrest to the pub-
s gumaflyt, sa veryee should
ma0e a p1el a emdeaver to be here
em this dabe.
The l Iate hold uader the dl-
restis of the Ameresa Tubreaulosis
pid-la, sad the Tweateth Csetiry
CA, havIg s eeoodd In tse lli a
esgetal amber of Red Cross stamps
drg the heo ays, were eatitled to
lhve tiM eahlt *ome here for me
.th eease are to attia the eahibl-
tlo., whlic will doubles be held in


VINUTON. Ia.. March .-Dled-
Oi March 4th, 190, Mrs. Jennie A.
Barroe da.e~a of H. M. and Eliza
e KUilia of York county. 8. C.
Mrs. Barm was born Dec. 7th. 1842.
Received her education at Ebeneser
Academy. and YorkUille Female Col-
Wg. She was aoted while a girl for
bhepig the soMlder' wives and deliv-
rtlag cofee and dainties to the sick
sad wounded soldiers passing through
Rock Hill, 8. C. She was married to
J. P. Barnr. Company B. Sixth South
CarolIna Volunteers, who was home
wounded on Sept. 8. 1844. She has al-
ways been active in giving relief to
the siek and distressed and preparing
the dead for burial. 8be was a con-
sistent member of the Presbyterian
Churh for Aftty-one years.
Mru. Barre was buried beside her
sme and daughter in Shady Grove
cemetery. near Evinston. Rev Wad-
dall performed the funeral ceremony.
and loving aelghbors and friends cov-
ered her grave with lovely flowers.
She leaves a sister, son and husband
bere to mourn her departure
(Rock Hill Herald and Yorkville
Enquirer pilt-asm copy


Of good health should present sick-
ness Instead of letting thema-elta get
sick and thun try to cure' it 144 long
Is you keep your liter, IoelI aind
stomach In a health) anid acti\ ca'in
edition you won t get* sick Itallartl'v
Hierblie relief s tioi a lltlt oll. t.ia IlIer and all stomach and bowel treim
blues. Sold by W M Johnsonu

Condition is Still Serious.
Sam Mack. the lnerou ht at AluK'hi
on lmunda,) slh.l a deputy rhe lff % i
attwuptinug to arrest himii I- lierlt' i
is a very serious> e'eIlailtitm l'. iz lnte r-
frum that bItia ii etetrda. i.II & I
that there ,asi ,Yi little htlc. 1 ,f tI.,
negru recDv urlist

Subscribe for The Sun and vote for
your choice "l the plaD eat atOL

la the C tauqua several years sinesa
m e captivated many of our
eole by her plemdtd work. She has
a rich sad powerful soprano voice.
and is an accomplished vloUnist.
Miss Evelyn Lewis was excellent in
her readings. She is an elocutionist
of much ability and the numbers by
this lady formed a pleasing part of
the program.
Mr. Batebelder. the flute soloist. was
heartily applauded. He plays both
the lute and pecolo, and has thorough-
ly mastered both. He deserved the
geunlne applause accorded him.

I..ctrie Theatr.
There has been nothing in the lec-
ture line nl Galnesville that can be
classed as more Interesting and in-
structive to old and young, than the
Illustrated travel lectures of Mr. John
ahaor, who is at the Electric Theatre
this week.
Having traversed all countries and
as a practical photographer taken
thousands of views of all the wonder-
ful, beautiful and interesting sights of
the world and having an unlimited vo-
cabulary, an evening spent with him
is next to taking a trip yourself.
This afternoon he will give a mati-
nee for ladles and children at 3:30
o'clock, showing them the great fire
and earthquake of San Francisco. ex-
plaining everything as the pictures are
Tonight he will again be on hand.


Poundaties for New Stables Will Be
Comnenced This Morning.
The large new addition. which will
form the new home of D)avis & Oliver's
stables. will be commenced this morn-
Ing by the contractor. W. A. Me-
Nally, who will have charge of the
concrete foundation and pillars for
the large building.
As soon as the foundation is finish-
ed the brick-layers will commence the
brick work for the second story over
the rear of the present building.
Material is now arriving daily and
they expect to experience no delay in
getting In a sufficient supply to rush
the building to completion at an early
Pleased With East Coast.
WILCOX. March 9 -D. T. Tram-
mell. an old and prominent citizen and
merchant of Wilcox. has Just returned
from a three-weeks' visit to his daugh-
ter. Mrs. W. E. Itryan. of Miami. lie
also went to Knights Key
Mr. Trammell says that in all of his
traelhs In Florida and various other
States. Miami surpasses any other
lace of Its size for busi,-es, lie says)
that almost e .rylhiiig is diffrn it to
Shat it i. In this part of Florida Hie
is \.er desitrou oof IIio\iIng ti lhe' l.>i-t
('a Mt wlhl hi hie l*'x e(t. to do ill the
nt Lir future

Some article that is simply "in the
way" at your house might. If adver-
tlsed. be sold to someone who is anuzx
loudly looking for 0


Fur ihr







Tii the. lniost a tive In the building line'
ever known In Gainesville. and Judg-
ang from the large number that con-
template building homes. and the
many public and private improvements
that are to be made. labor, both
skilled and unskilled, will be at a
greater demand than ever in the his-
tory of the city.
W. 0. Morris has had plans made for
a handsome home to be erected on
West Liberty street. Just west of
the Tampa & Jacksonville railway
tracks. Contractors are now figuring
oa the plans and within a short while
the building will be let.
E. A. Cooper will also build a large
and commodious home In East Gaines-
ville, near the residence of J. B.
Padgett, and this building will com-
pare favorably with the many other
fine residences in this particular sec-
Besides the above, there are many
buildings to go up. but the owners de-
sire that their names be kept from the
public Just at this time.



If it Don't W. M. Johnson Will Give
You Your Money Back.
Yes. Parisian Sage, the most invigo-
rating hair restorer, cures dandruff
and grows hair. The women of Ameri-
ca, who have luxuriant hair. know it
does, and that is why thousands of at-
triatiae women throughout the land
are regularly using it.
For ears this almost marvelous
grower of lustrous and beautiful hair
was confined to the elite of Europe
and New York City. but about two
years ago it was given to a select list
of druggi.sts, and today can be obtain-
ed in any city or town In America
,where society women of reflnenticit
Parisian Sage is the most delightful
hair tonic in the world. It makes the-
hair soft, lustrous and luxuriant int a
few days. It is perfumed niost daint-
ily and is not sticky or greasy. It
-tolps falling hair, cures dandruff and
itching scalp in two w weeks or nioney
,! ck.
W. %1. Johnson sell it for 5.) centti
a large bottle, and guarante-es it. or
direct, all charges prepaid, by Ameri
can makers, Giroux ilfg. Co. Ituffalo.
New York.

Card of Thanks.
Editor Sun:-Please allow me space
in your paper to sincerely thank the
good people of my neighborhood and
surrounding neighborhoods for their
kindness to me since my great loss
by fire on the 26th of last December.
Every building on my farm was burned
and all their contents. I was financial-
ly ruined Since that date I have beeni
ilace'd back in a comfortable hpme by
Inutlrous friends. God only know:
what I would have done had It not
twen for friends.
I aIn sure (hat I aml living anmoK
as go I(d a le(*iple as the world afford.
I oe thielll a lif- IOIuig d hebt of **r'"
tul' .$in<'-rely thaiikiltg ci ,,oi
wh a:.-. .ited II; I ani.
Smim. r 1 1 11 Kraltifuillv
il I:1:1J:n ,
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"Dromo. Quinine"




1. A. COOPER AND V/. 0. MCR1.'R3

3esi'es Above Tnee Are Otvers Now
1.1 C r.te.rr 'a'.ia n That Wail Le
Announced Within Short Ti're.




Oiesolution of C Paltode
The frm of the Gainmav P
& Machine Works was this d
solve* by mutual coaise, I.
Durst having purchased the
of A. M. Larsen. All bills dM
firm are payable to W. B. DurA,
assumes all liabllitieg of the SIM
Galnesville. Fla., March 6. INS.

In the District Court of the
States. for the Northern MOM
I'lorida- In llankruptcy-la hbf
ter of F. T. Herring & Compa.,
voluntary ilankrupt-la-
To the creditors of F T. O1W11N
Company, a partnershipp. sad sif .
Herring and iI. C Forsyth. iaiil1
ly, of Williston. IA-vy county.
in Paid Northern District
Notice is hereby given that *I
17th day of February. A. D. 19KN
said F. T. Herring & COM j
partnership. and F. T. H irft
H. C. Forsyth. Individually. W*i
adjudged bankruits. and that thll
meeting ol their creditors will e*
at the office of Clark & Flil~
Gaines illhe. Florida. on the 156 1
of March, A 1)lt.. at 2 0o'd
thie af:trtn;'.)oi of .aiid day. t
linfe the sald crt.dlitors may
pioue their claimni. alpoilt a
examniine th.e ankrutit. and
.tuch other b%&l-lr,- a' laY
conit. be fr< -f eailtld n Thi .March ,. ""1 "
Ti.io \V Fli:'.l .&
it, f -' i Iankrnpt

Breads, Cakes

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of oa .
Thise City,


o MstiS of the Grand
l -WC at St. Petersburg
bid the next annual
S1M8evllle. which will
oworm, 1910.
41 $Dotw me posts In the
I every section, and as
Sowe pewts have a large
go are expected taqbe
a the reunion here.
i l g reunion Alach-
i ged by having one
S Skibnner of Arch-
Suorof the Floridam
r &I9e rremt year. Dr.
gg -b daty is Assistant
of the tat Depart-
smahave issued
-g-a-me-t, designat-
060 No.0:
~- L Fn rlM. G. A. R.
F. March 1, 1.05.
lato to my comrades
Ft f lrida. for the
,9: s eem.ed uponw me

ryiff t.W O Army of the
I Tweatyixtk Annual
IN -*I at St. Petenburg.
S21W I hereby asume
a for the undivided
lt w aie m in the depart-

Sbg-grt-rs of the depart-
isaw" med at Olaeisville,
MIWhag staff appoint-
bgg* amaesed:
-1 BlDlock, Post 25,
G1 I A jtat AdJutantOener-
Qmrt mr-Mstaer Gen-

I Imthe. Pee 11. t Angus.-

m espt 3, Key West.
W. MdLE. Post 29. Dade

t .es fat 31, laterlacheb.
in They will be
a VNtsed a crdingly.
I^W IM~t CoMmander.
qtINS A sstatOeneral."

~Ik EATEDl.-


II1 March $.-The Melrose
= <6edd March 6th. much to
Ol d t patrons. who had
It least another month. It
hM i that by next fall the
P- "editias of the school
" 66ive* bes attended to. The
s I Wil agals have charge
b llm Iext term, much to the
.i 0 otk e patrons and schol-

S bben received announc-
*1"1 0 of Miss Helen J.
SO mWrIS Pa., to H. H.
045 2 btd. MIst Bailey will
Sreftembered here,
Sln ay friends while In
. WA ho& ... hearty

The fooJs we "ca lai..h energy
for the body Just as burning coal
makes steam for an engine. .
The experiments of Prof.
Prankland, Ph. D., of London,
show that cod liver oil yichls two
and one-half times more energy
than starches or sweets.

Scott's Emulsion
I pre cod liver oil combined
with hypophosphites of lime and
soda. It form fat, gives strength,
series the blood Invgorates
the nerve, and repairs tisses.

rendering of the "'Charge of the
Light Brigade." Mr. Pearsall carried
his audience right Into the fight with,
his marvelous power of feeling the
character he personated. Another
piece notable for its beauty was "Aux
Italienne," by Owen Mereditt. Mrs.
Pearadl's sweet singing was greatly
enjoyed and her pathetic little ballad
of "The Doll" was chef d' oeuvre.
Master Alfred R. Waters gave a recita-
tion and two songs In his usually hap-
py manner, the hearty applause of the
audience showing their appreciation.
The cltiens of Melrose are certain-
ly much indebted to Mr. and Mrs.
Pearsall for their kindness In giving l
this entertainment-it was a rare
Mr. and Mrs. Hamlyn gave another
one of their enjoyable picnics on Mon-
To the Voters of the City of Galan.
I ama candidate for City Marshal,
for re-election on April 13. I have
served thb people faithfully and e**
clently, alght and day, and my record
Is open for tinapection.
U my service during the pat year

has been satsactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every elU-
en who tis qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past
Yours for order,

I take this method of informing the
public tat I am a candidate for City
Marhal at the electUom to be held m
April 13. 1 I respectfully soUcit
the support of all voters, respective
of party afilsation, and promise to
aithfully and impartially discharge
the duties of the ofce should I be
elected. Respectfully,

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 190M. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. lr-
respective of party afliation.l

To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
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-
...*-. t ll the notice. as my record

1erap o i tur wu ...... -
d Jackson hawill show. the city assessment hav-
"o*2i1" Jackonr hoave i- ngt been Increased in that time from I
1-T fr5.hlae propeller o0 the a little o,..r $Go0.00 to oter $1.000.000. I
""'i blI her to travel at I wa prevented from running for this
i 10ia office last ) ar on account of sickness.
ro" d of sevenlteetn paid and now respectfully solicit your
S "ft to Mr. and Mrs. Ham notes W M IIltADFORD.
&j Might. bringing with
"soft'lt1i very i''aerl To the Vot.rs of (aln..eill"
e ; t caIrd s, etc. I h ert-.) ailounlic that la I al tCll
Sosd t u, rd. -a('itt t,, fo r r. l. 'tliji Ito thlte ff7* '. of
aBta "r* ci"' and +T A -,.-.-,r ,,r thl ),.ar i.tro
at the l di on s ( tt i l ti,,I n to I, Il o April t,.

it hby MSir U 1% f : l .th an. l t .n 'i r tll r,. ut, t
bt y *I r a ll t g e nl'% la Ur s t* U l hu per VW vllie r h Mr I.at for rlt l tl ,, l r ',, I.
iI 16 ll A r i *'th,. I ,r f r, i
i lagtl 5 I.,.t i r,,;,., ,, ,r ,,r, t,
1:.shi th, ,, i I
iA. N.-il. ,k r. ,'1,.

i6si to M,%tr,. ,, B, t ., 8un "Waut" adt. briu results
eloca -W -a

r end | Does not0 Col
isl te cu ., i AYLIt I '
r hlh sa"' the b~t Stops rallini 6 i.*
_Ml D,, ,, ,,t, D 0 tro l s J) S0 a .- I,
S leatlon sLould I .!k iiI.
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About One Hundred of Colored Race

Assmbled at Johnoon's Hall
for Purpose.

About one hundred negro voters as-
sembled at Johnson's Hall on Monday
night for the purpose of nominating
a ticket to be voted for at the com-
ing municipal election.
The meeting was called to order and
the original "llll" Nelson was select
ed as chairman and Columbus IBerry
was made secretary of the meeting.
whereupon they settled down to the
business of nominating the ticket to
be voted on at the election In April.
Of course there has always been
two factions among the colored peo-
ple, and sometimes even more, but
those present are pledged to support
the following names:
Judge Horatio Davis. Mayor.
B. T. Arnow. Marshal.
J. Maxey Dell. Clerk and Treasurer.
T. B. Ellis, Collector.
B. R. Coison, Tax Assessor.
There is still another crowd to be
heard from, with 8. B. Willis and Ed
Martin as the principals, but it Is not
yet known Just who this faction wUl
support, while there is always a great
many "stragles" among them.
The solla negro vote always carries
with it some weight, but simce the days
of the great Republican leaders the
vote has never been solid. and It has
generally been the case that the candi-
date who "puts up the Aost" wins out
among this class.
One thing is ure, the negro voter
will be buttonholed very closely for
the next several days owing to the
election, but there Is little Interest be-
ing taken In the matter outside of the
marshalship. as there is so far but
little position for the other olices.

Fer Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as eczema, totter, salt rheum and bar-
bers' Itch, are characterized by a ain-
tense Itching and smarting, which of-
tet makes life a burden and distarbs
ileep and ret. Quick relief may be
had by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
It allays the Itching and smarting al-
most instantly. Many cases have
been cured by Its ua. For ale by
all druggists.

Tea Made of White Hair.
*This is white hair you are drink-
tag." s aid the Chinese undersecretary.
"White hair! Nonsense! It to dell-
eols tea."
The undersecretary laughed in his
ilac brocade sleeve. "No. white hair."
he nelf'ted. "White hnltr-that is. In
my language. for pekoe means white
hair. This tea is called pekoe because
Its leaves were gathered so young that
the white downy hairs satI grew on
Good Liniment.
You will hunt a good while before
you find a preparation that is equal
o Chamberlain's Liniment as a cure
for muscular and rheumatic pains, for
he cure of sprains and soreness of the
muscles. It is equally valuable for
ame back and all deep-seated muscu-
ar pains. 25 and 50-cent sizes for
tale by all druggists.
A Dangerous Plese.
The two tramps had been particular-
ly lucky, and. having funds In hand.
they diaurmedl plans fur the nights
shelter. "We can aleep under a roof
If we like. alid Wigglni.
**"Sure we can," responded Higgins.
"but some way these lodging hou.sa
make me nerv-ous. upuselug a fire
was to break out il the night?'
'ou'*-f gt tt right." agreed Wig
gins t,,'fltfuy. "It no ,,lace for us
They'd thru the lise on us in a min
ute!"- Yo'uth's Companion

)&7.0 OINTMENT it guaranteed to
*ure any case of Itching. Blind.
tlecdiig or Protruding Piles in S to

4 da)s or money refunded. So I

If )-u iALe f(,ud anything see If
i I- jaij '!.ei In the Waie ant illlllw


the "air

.~1 4 ht(.ro

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Production of the Metropolitan Success



Special Scenery! Superb Orchestra! Vaudeville Between
Acts! FREE Band Concert at Noon and at 7:30 p. m.
by the Famous Cowboy Band.

You Can Be Carried Awaj

Bly your

Iu.ine$ or social duties to iuclh an extent a

toi forget vir olligatiouas to your family iln the matter
of ilSturanlCe unless we
ainay take ti, liberty of
rreii,,hig you. Don't
f orget to have your hoine
is,. rti 'l. IA ,t,- i,,pro-
t,-''tl IV iri-tirmtltre is a
CE 'l-t~iltflil 1-1441 toyour.I

.. till.- right
Delays are damqerm

A. M. CUSHMAN, Agent, C: ville, Floriw





We know of no other medicine whicn has been so suo
cessiul in relieving the suffering of women or secured o
many genuine tetimonials, Lydia E. Pinka
Vegetable Compound.
In almost every community you will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkhm 1 Vq
etable Compound. Almost every woman you Maet i
either been benefited by it, or knows some one who A W
In the Pinkhan Laoratory at Lynn,Mass, anOe eanow
training over ooe million ooe hundred thousand -ee f
women seeking health, in which many openly mt or
their own signatures that they have. aed their hIth by
taking Lydia E. Pinkham'is Vegetable Compond.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vetable Compound has ed
many women from swgicl operations|
Lyd& L Ld's V AqU. CmAdi hMdal 3
cluively from roost a aad M ph&^-ly iapmW-
The reason wh it s so Imca s b bemr it
whn act directly upo" the fimnae mpt,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity.
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine tmimo-' --I
as doubt the ability of Lydia of this Vme u

Compound to restore their


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em ANObomss
ber on "a-

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do am

somome NO#

4.1w-nw -

~~ b0m cow

-9 so am a

own of gow
toso ad s-s

omms".ow V~

a euW a Mm
-am amIht
of dn a me sno

so" UL tor

dftd'& Oa. 90" ASNAL

inMi 1and selectlan a pair uf
plW styles la Ladies' Oxford Tie..
OIN LW4-uts of latest shapes.
Steal la uIs uwwer Mle.-
ame new gods ut fro uIt hbt
prices lower than ev-r btwfare.
aw frlly r geuaaramae. You ,cal
S eabs y alktug adiata.R

MW "A SeT CAusl sTORL.


twr mull Pearl
With a back coummantly achlam
Wthdl0 r- 1 ri- 'we ary ilebarl
Dally eai tinmnIs boatseam!
NI m eedtobar It up.
Desu Kidey w PI r wI cem ye.
OWUM mibpeeple Sodomuethis

Mms. s MathaY.. 20 1 W. Mc-
Curk sreet, GaanesM, say, may:
"*r ytm I moreI from dragging
NamIN my back, ohm m" e seerly
that 1 Iemuot m' mTho esocr
Un fommy MOM were oasi
reply aiNNOP and eeaned m
- invsm. Any coyd I aom
SOe ava OWMVS my trouble m at
806 I was IWIS miey. A fried
- a&dve mle try Damas Kid-
oFMamd I didw Thearmfew
ago&on- relief md awh I hd

owed me m ^ 1A P" d

m of ft.s ofth

- Im emb" eadmy oIme b
4w ft*ma~l.aN.m's"Wbe Plmf

U" Ew M& Eysm
ftft aft bi ftW Pf NAAN

New ta% am fmaem be theUmit
PMmd 0r t0he am.-Nam th
e O m M& we.t o

b"- ofI ais bemeSM v
hela hrtean bowl" ru

fo W&eMomi am ofTheemuti.m
a" we mdke b na the Ostnmin

-o-mmb wder Cinm. 1Nsh-m
4906 lc 00 gsthaoh
1-ho about twPelve per=a wet

A ge the Some

~moo 004 bof thes
d ery ridig me ymodw
ftv &t -.M-

ft -- -wA @ft mame thngs$.
go ana&ies.bPrime be" mI N pe

Alt a"m wt Is"" f the kTm
Whown ewft ft. om at e fthe
mw 4cuto "ft" "$ft OW emud
UfA f-, a" mm~P

"SN bobs as moss of r mere-

r si amd thmast treO les, Cham-

as a ewe or eroup" aya Harry WWI
soa. of Wayaetowa, lad. Wha giTven
Sas e as the eroupy eoh appears,
this remedy will prevent the attack.
It is used meoasUAlly nla many
thOusaad of homes. For male by all

Esp e ts at Celeniaing.
The only two countries wlk-h draw
some bene6t from their coloutee and
aaderstand how to manage them are
Eagland and Holland-twu countries
which have many national character-
Hkir la common.-Amaterdam Han-




Mthewr ofe later Learned and Mad

wb90 L

Warrant Ioeed efere Justlo
Sealey of Alae",.

Ready Jackson. a little negro t. i
of ten years, was raped by Robt;-
Scott a megro man. nenr Alachua o0.
day the latter part of last week. bt t
It was not until Monday that the
mother knew of her child's condition.
Ready had accoma led the man In
the woods at her mother's command
to got some wood, so the girl declares.
me It was while they were out that
he accomplished his purpose.
-he states that he kept his hand
over her mouth anll during the time. so
she coaldM mt make a oatcry. rd af-
ter he had seueeded la his &.Upose
he b egt her off with mosey and a
threat that he was mot to tell sayo.e.
Om the amt of th week, however,
the mother of the child discovered her
allmeat sad she at eoce had a war-
rant sworm out for the mass ad he
was tried before Justcee H. C. Sealed
mad committed to Jail without ball to
await the Aetim of the ctrcit court
Theme Oisa ama a of about 22
years of ae mad In aa extra large
negro. He was bora s d ralaed near
A Swellm. Jew
Is met pretty mor pleasant. Whether
It's eoad by meuralgia, toothahee or
sMiest, Ballards Sow Imalmeat wil
redee the swelling aNd relieve the
paSN. The great ad asure eare for
rbume m is, burms, trains
mia --eay ad all a es mad palas.
SoM by W. M. Jobaemm.

Mr. Q s..beak-What i the word
Sti matter dib thi U rtT Mrs.
-em s-h I gumso the 1 a be&
ed It a little es Ismg dear; that all.
Mr. -~-smbmmk-E-a mtome amWit
He WaO m .-!enaim sam as

HIOW CAPUUimE C-le1 Ma62

Try k %_ umaeld cts a I

"Telm a an that ijrkSefst

of-- hkTO 1' l

eI O E I W .
.1 "'

Thats the Way to PraeuMme H mel
w the M ySa
As doubt exists I
many readers of Th
that the above is the
Aol of Amerka's
tarrb cure.
J. W. McCoUe e agents
for Hyomel l fniWand they
will sel you la3a4MXk4Ob lw
Hyomel, and fui.A.trI cQiUon! r.at.
for only $1.00.
And itf it' t6 ute aite
chronic astarrh asthma, bronxhit
croup, hay fever or rouhs and col.
they will give you your moner a

Simple Remedy for Lagrippe. The peraom who uflefw fre cMart
Lagirippe coughs are dangerous, asa after much an offeraM U hat, mu; lI
they ftrogOaty develop Into pe m tonul e. spit m-d wheed, mudl
la. Poley's Homey and Tar not only geuermlly di-guatilng.
ste S the cough but heals ad strength- Read what Mr. Lowe. a res-.r(t
*a the uags so that no serious re citiun of Allegau. Mirh, say, of k
auts meed be feared. The genuine onmel'
Poley'a Honey and Tar contains no "I hate used Hyoewi tfr a case of
harmful drugs and is la a yellow pack natal eatarrh which had txotbthrd W,,
ase. Refuse subatltutes. J. W. Mc- fur a lnks tim,. I canu ay that if)
Collum & Co. uiti-i kllhed thli gerue of the dir.as,
aid Sa. ine"- the inuib bought itanJ
Quit. Cleaw. ui'Ldld ri4f FruU lhk' is Li ^rA
Manager-You say this Is a I plauy gl kw ll)vLuv tu b a rItldlaJ rvuiu
the sluus. is it a rivan pilayi Auallie I*' (I a it( *& 1 W k4 d .id n-wmi
-it c4u:dn't tIN tan.r Th,. Ler. (, ih.4 tlor,,' Itht it 4, t.r ,, "- 'i
a shlite %ligs aBd thei h-r *'in' ie a I ,. it F I \ '7, AlN-gain, Mich
wasibUrwoma. i iialtlimi're Ietirse. 4. f,.hr lf 19V19t

How ci anl> i,. roin rl k "takL a

aoul~t* uUtkwju U4ix~itrviuvd1t) S %h
Yui#') w lioutc) and rar (uelp 'tOU,
uiA~rq.'It is 5a."bf* Fe u (.5tafij
1141 h~Aritfui drujgi and eurt.# 11hlibNWo
olt-lutvtouskas sid cqtl, WIN I
ierinaegt sith your tgjk&Obrb1, l~d
Upon Whaills th ia-* 5eA~j:k'UtL) a 1iw,,4
my and Tar J W %Ir*tw*f

7%e Son offie.for calling cards


GAmIN '#ML*~7O~

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. wwwoupo

chant & Co.

and 406M li,

" Staple and Fancy Crocerio's

W1 k mOUN f- 90d Pgkft% mW E ~Prdmft&

omob86atam a cam' Oa" JUW. DN.. hea Oman
A at Ua~d3p~ ~ s~ Vry AN -


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Fire, Life and Accident .* "
sOulmaJko t

tiroc ries Grain
Slwc II .*. TII, T' IT l I: TIl:1.\ 'I. O'NI.
Sder Too Large
SO ccam a p s b a omB Phmd 215 IESVILLE, FLi
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Pub.U *r

IsteMt at M
Orem wtolowredty.e 4
gagltemasse fus dot,"



ism elgt plage forty.
id ry NoMday sad
ne the aews of the
GOW I o he rlfted
"a m a nfte rAm
unk mea.. e

p de for vulgar and
i Ir. f breaking as

a shrl uy t .
to the set the ex-

Mi Ia Ie tly coaE to

we" "moh life" Just as
f t W"We. of a volcano
S" o- f m olten a"d
st be in the bowels

N4 bglul stad Ger-
oi watch Russia*'s

Owr sMse of her ac-

o U ontest as her late
f t i*mg treaty aree-
as tothe

powd-, gases thall
aIlred and smoke-
warships war will
agest It has always
0 i0 bwt these new
te brdsorr and give
It formerly lacked.
n i v eM the stlvera
a be at by a man
lo w nsoad or smokeI
IuMiftM Is l bmntfre
ad t oamof steam
L r their foe aad not
i O useemce by smoke.
il u to bear patiently
in life to know
Fe prove to be bless-
gl^ MSt. Patrick must
SiN years of slavery
As a youth anything but
SwaMby he never once
*eg e f o years what a
t tWy hiw for his after
*I0m be bWcame the great
1 6dW0 o2e great reason

MM y aand customs and
b" iedge of the Irsh
54 daring his servitude.
I1 hst@W, thing about a
b *0 melaihneasin and self
ft 1e coastantly hosr
ft Ismet she brings her
1Ithe world. For the
l ~hIrs and as the out
i, h is ever ready to
iW lpetae with what
i m section, and to
I lanumerable These.
Sg llorify otherbhud
I ok)ve and gratitude
it* tie ihtdren t tht hey
Wlt to ighten hl.r tuoil aid
y^... t Bladun.e. ,y 'th.ir

IIuoSIS ii b loul r:'juc (

| 1 ha t Irb a 7t l i *Ac lia
-L. Ie t" I tmi," t"*"

l ml" t tj ,:...n ".,

d YlrU,, &i|, 'tA I,,
oI~~ ~ ~ gterj g.thrb

wE Ukw 1te~, .4 A1 % j4

am to f. 4k : .

Ilradford counnt. I, one' if ti. f,.
se'ctlitn-) of I'ileHa% whi. r. tI he il
land i thickly ere ,'r-ed a i. a ir r.i--
Thi- gra-s gro.W all oe,.r th State.
bhut it In only on ltiff. 'lanIIIItuy loait.
aindl i ltll a itlh cla hI. r trh. g; ,'a tl
i he-a\ 'IoughtII to alow IIt tio he cut
with a nmow er TThk grass im nott
propogated frim needs buit fionm root t
stalks, and where It Is once exterrnli
nated It does not reapliwar again.
While young and tender It furniihes
good grazing. In the western part of
the county, since the great storm in
189 ;. it in fast giving place to the.
valueless broomnage to the deteriora
tion of the piaturage. In the eastern
pait th Since the depletion of the large
herds of cattle thnt roamed here in
the Iast,. a new u-e for the' gra-
has l'.,e n found and It is uani er.Tsll'
.v. A .. *,rP l..l. .i. .hi ... .. ..


uma r xn mu t w ofm tranner t gl ess or te piacein whihe -- s w" a- -wsww ..is-i, -- ---
ry beds. Many men contract to cut dwells. Endorsd b the gneral PUBLIC as the O IONedy JS
grass for this purpose and when It 1is -n-- C l.re-- g p- a Wh p bem e
spread over the beds It preserves the If some people would use about one- It contains Nothing Injuriots. The action of d d
moisture so essential to the straw. half of the time they take In talking bound Syrupismildambendit its adpteidtos~-tlfts,0- W
berry plant, keeps the soil at an equal about the heaven beyond. In helping adultss of every variety of t-emperamet and ..I.ltuti--
temperature day and night and keeps this world to become more heavenly. I
the berries clean. The sandy par- It would be time well spent. & a J3Elb
Utides in the soil are very fne and light I N L W VAS. eIu -lS-y-e AS
and are whipped up by the pelting rain Prof. H. A. Hwell, of Havana, Cuba, W as d". hs 9A@ d n-des mab e h bad 6
drops, covering the lower parts of all RenommeeAd Chamberain's igm We n o be a.i WaA 00i%
plants, but when the soil has a cover- R en y HQ i a mI m hs -- I 1W
Ing of this grass the forcerof the rain ona o. asscaremembr my Bto CU 3 y&&h h iW gdo
is broken and the be are ean mother was a faithful user and friend
instead of being covered with dirt. of Chamberlai' Cough Remedy, but W
where very few berries are maulched never In my life have I realized its
outside of Bradford county. sad fotrue value until now," writes Prof. H. -SOLDA .....
outside of Bradford eount, and for A. Howell, of Howel's American
that reas, odo not look so clean and School. Havana. Cuba. "On the night W M ,O T S O 1 T
riveght ur emark whet and do not br of February 3rd our baby was taken
such goodprices. Furthermore, the dayck with a very se and the fcoldlo; t night
mulching keeps the ground cool and his couditiou was desperate. He coul
this given the berriestan hrimtenture. vhis In u asdesera.mo TJi
allowthis gves the berriem to stand shipme tnture. not lie down and it was necessary to
A proof of the natural fertility of Even then his breathing was difficult.
our soils is that where the wiregrass I did not think would live utl- -
baa been cut year after year for mulch- morning. At t i thought of my PFECTIV DO. .
Ing It does not deteriorate but keeps mothers remedy, Chamberlain' Coug
growing with the same vigor. Sinc Remedy, which we gave, and It aford. Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
the grass has proved of so muh vale ed prompt relief. and now three days es points South .................. 10:10 &m
It is being better prototod from e later, be has filly recovered. Under
than formerly.-Starke Telegraph. the clreumstaaces I would not hesitate Returnihg, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:35 p
a moment in saying that Chamber-
CU NT COMMNT. lain Co Remedy, and that only Leave Gaineeville for Sampson City, Palatka,
saved the life of our deew little boy."
For sale by all drggists. Lake City, Valdots, and all points North 6:00 pm
The Norfolk Virginian-Pilot says: Returi rive ainevile .... ............ 9:0p
"The bank at Monte Carlo has Just O .
paid the usual dividend of 30 per cent.

tution pays almost as well as that ofIlIITED!__a_
the tariff-protected trusts in this conn- i A -
same way. Only the robbery is direct
i one instance and Indirect It the TATE BULLETIN is pop-
9her." ular with P.anka. Altor-
The pbudelphRecord says: "Let ney. and Invetors in Real Th e 0tr Rout
us rememr*er thatt U~ raud from y
one bead of the State to another. with- Estate. Let us send it to L L &U
out death, or Insurrection. r ir OU O that yu ill be in- Au. -A"--........'..................... C LUL *
acy. Is one of most notable poMtical -
achievements of the human race. The formed as to what i doing Lw. MIN......................................c of e. us am
Arms.t*Au'l........... ...*..................... Q 5d.ft&U0a
American people bave worked out a in Real Estate circles. A^. C.................................of
political system that is the freest in r at t ok. omp Ar. ..................................*...
the world and possesses all the neces- ad up to-date. POrTED DAILY. Ar. --................................. 0---- I a-
sary functlotBs of the most ce.trAli We c ow you the de in Ly................................. C .
government with an hereditay head We can bow yathedecain o n ti..L. ...................... .a. m
surrounded b1 p." sportreeid. IDo not take dmii or Ar. Hellvs................................ iC. 4 W.J&pr
surrounded by prveed classes. without our Ar. Cart .................................... Cit. C
witno to r.tAt. ad s ..................................... to
The 3 ,n Francisr.u Chronicle say" b Ar. Fuasn .................................... .. AL a m
"Japaneei e-aborer.-4 In the Hawali i Ar. Carbs .................................... S KM ..Aa
Island art- talkingu t.,ut ,trike. wnd Ai ACNA C IT Ar. C4Eflh .....................................I C"&. Ma
a naea.r )ublihe st lo b-.a Ar. aS2: :................................. a-
thenm uro and advisra thlm. If their de- A i Ar. i ................................... Cen. .3 am
nuands are uot coniil' v.ith., to ap- Ar. Kakhe...................................IL CA.
I i to their government fr warm.lips B. R. OOLSON, Presi

(cc aasl,-t in enaforc~ing thrr'flh Of llV
the editor ih lrrte'45on:-ibtels. but that
will not diminisah the' (hafl('t o ~f hitA MILL FOB DIV'ORCE
advice jerotiaug mischievous, for ),jb In the ('Trult court. L~htb Judicial C'ircuit.
Alachua5 CounL. ity I&rwa.-Is Chance.ry -
readersaire &it imprer.shonable lot, who Lisale U. Keasma L Peter J rEvasa Imu
fancy that. backed by their coun'r. for Dvorce.Order of I 4b~aslos
It ppelin byafildach agpeaded to O
they can demand and do almost any- bill filed is the abo e ctsi ted Caaaae that then
rei& core of PL'eter J Swaim. the defendant
thing they jcluasc the- rift baind. is uaispowfl. and that there I*
The Hrtfod Corant a~s: Ac-ou &.ruoiIna ab %tat* %be inervk'e of a u
TheHarfor Coran saii:"Ac gamas Sulcom whom would bind %aid defendant.
midtatbe Isover the adc of twenty Oee
cepting fore-aht for fact, an old-far-h- Wean: I.t Ia eare ord welre-dthat %aidbob-
loried party pape-r hetre anid there setaa president defenldant tIesaed be is herteby re-
41ulfed Wto01WafW WS Oilb.'15O f 4 *wi19atilhilMod
up a grumrable thast Taft kiegoJing to i said cau.5 un ew befoc- Monda5. the hth day
of AlwiI A toI 1. nik# ruiarm theas4atloua'
hate tt)Ie'IiO-lil e'Aiijiag Frankof mid bil. Illbe Laken o w oif esmardb %&Aid
liri %lavV c'ch and JacobtuM !i I ickhi NOU 1 I L If utte~r ordered that t hisaurder be It,i
in hi ahe'binet 'Flit.' hnas'zE it jibrduner a week foir eldbt coulaseutiti
01 e-. lle 'tier tinhCOVlI-C "us dneWs abr
Howw'sThis? Ti, % VCtrun'a 'Ae ""' 2'Witt;
s it WII'NtVK%" Clerite li.'-.t Coum'~
W t- o~ff. r (Iii-, Iluiire cil ikill.ir- IIt'I M %*.rldL.,t1)j.
,Aard f4) iii' ,i s ed if a rr t.t ~ ..0A s ii 'jj'N4.1i. % C rii lre.j.t Court.

IIA 'ini't G%'I. T 0 Cesl'
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Air Line Railway
A. Ilavles Warblld, R. Laeaseter Wlliams and E. carbs. Msedwlv
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C C A I i lI:i~ ''r !I'~IT .11 ,1, 111 Nt btil
~,,' i Al I, i&r 1 ''.6f IA,:-1 4 1luIt Ca ~r, 4)I *r (c'41 4111.1II~
it I u g r lo.tt n I i t eg 'a t.eil ST I ...~t i. l' !

For full Information and sIoepinj ir i i .lb ci'l on
any Agent aboardr, or e riate9 C BC'VI ,'' Ab t.n
Cenerah Pawsager Agent, Jack~onvllIe, F .cida
a* 9z *Qw1- 30.0


r wu An i iMas

Ith 81 tI' I, n i- .,f el hil tla t.

* t' N M Ki,;. l{ It -, e it aidel Taft,
'a, ke 'i, Mr i!r' ;.ti ou'll t thei \\ hit
I >I-f' The in* ii artisan gritrniabl
%.I- heardl sh,-n 'Pre-lident linle, |madel.
I';:rl In th- h ,nate anid their nationiiIl (lnna
i' tin of INT'i hi% S.ecrertary of the' In-
terior. and when PIresdent C(hlaiind
imade- \V alter Q (G;r.-hanm i%'tl-ran R.
l tihilicant his -cretary of State. It
Is not important or implres#ive."

No community can flourish unless
It has It. prolwr quota of l-,oitive mea
who are wisely affirmative and who
cheer and energize by their spe-ch and
action. They are a bracing tonic to
the business and social atmosphere.
The negative man. on the contrary.
de'pres ps,. and so far as his Influence
gi o he serves to check the spirit of
enterprise and thereby works against
Sth- t nmrs-, nt k- ..la l- -h. h k.. r



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Netee is hereby ives that the
qagistralm books of the City of
Galoevlh will be opens at my otice
10 the U. 8. ad office from February
19, 190. to Marfch 1, 1t. Hours for
rlgjsamM from 9 a. u. to 2I a, and
frem 2 Po. to 4 p. m. D B i to ad
t esletratime t the county alone
dees not esttle you to vote lu the
ely electkm, as if you are "et already
regtered to the city h ave your name
pleed te books at oMee.
Cty Cerk and Treasurer.
OaeLesfle. Ir.. Feb. S. 199.

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a rn w" am ~wa Nehye'

shma G t mt. ta her*
a- ft o'

Mfq a5aftwin owe
d kv or hbbe trouble
Owmawined" w kandrgulart*
00f atsoeG might fesult in
dING&Ior 4itabetes. J. W.
A" saw" of His Medley.

55so ow lezemp fromtalures who
Owe ftofnes-Whately.
MA .~ tmight? He~adace aud aner
; b meswing? HicksCapudinte
OW thka to ftpfor businsaw
Alaft Ihead-broame theserves
At &W aUweti
wow a& rtogMae

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-T--W vT- IU T--T--T-W(







In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

he Awarded a Beautiful ward Piano, and 18
P.i4jGimae Vslaidl ft* 2l2 M Fnrnikhn bi

The Bh & S

sentatives of T

The Colem to

df Bush

One $400.00 HON
0re.Ling in the Coun
number of votes bet

April 5th, 1909

In addition to the Piano tb

lom Ua W3 w UWUw U Uwwww m j

ffeord Piano Co., Sole Repre.

he R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,

e Condted by THE SUN ia

& Saf or : : : : :

WARD Piano will be given to the person
ay of Alachua who receives the highest
ween December 15th, 1908, afid 10p.m.

tional Gifts
here will be imued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,

on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To1n t I W1 ---to m 1t -- ak ....... tWS"
To fMt M ..i.d rtiMlaheWfolri"ohr...... ...17
To as mduik anem h Nio wibM hahnfUor"i h r 0.......-*.. SiUI
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyone
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upOD the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
for every ce t paid Into their establismb-nt tfor
oods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Ca.
Phifer ares.
Hyde Teach.

Where Vmsa
Ballot boxe will be
meata of the merchants
Sus ofce. Votes sent I
to the VoUna Contest
OGaneville, Florida.

May k Cast
found In the establish-
giving votes and at The
by "all must be directed
Department of The Sun,


Rules and Regulation
1. The contest is open to anyone Uving is
Alachua county who is known by the conductorU
of the contest or vouched for by some reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the prl
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible to
participate In this contest, and will participate la
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunderstanding between
candidates or others interested in this comteLt
such controversy may be referred to the cO-
ductors of contest. who alone are the pefreas
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the evett a candidate decides to with-
draw from the race. such candidate will Dot be
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of aaothJ
candidate nla the contest.

$1.26---Thra months' subscription . .


40d Su0 voters

500 votr

$2.50-Siz months' subscription....................... 1,000 votes 1,200 volt
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 voteN
For a club of five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30,000 votes
For a club of ten six.months' subscriptions (before April 1).. .25,000 votes 30,000 votes
Tlitt i: niio liniit to tit it uilv'ir of clul .. -elh (' itt.-t.tint imaN.V '-uLi
$1.00- Oue year's subbcriptiou............... ....... ....... ....... 400 votes
For a club of five one-year bubscriptivus ....... .................... 4,000 vote

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





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gsrd of Public instruction of
CIouty. Florida, for the
gadp Feb. 2. 909.
g. Wieice.' Clerk (Crcuit
Alachua Couit). la.
haopliance with Section 2.
4 Laws of Florida. we'
lb with you thl following
s ttemient of the monrtys re-
S expw'vtdW'l ad rr:at
i 1 ur ti he nt hi.tt I *.tl:g ,'9.h ..i
Treasurers Report.
,_4sBal last r,...rt .
'* l/'-- of lMhck i*.... Col-
Allow. taze' ........

3 Y d o f l)1< k t i. t' .l -
, ar. tale- .4f ...... 1.146f; .
e dt Croom' 219.:.l
otf Dickinson. sales
S................ 356.08
of Kelley, Supt., re-
Drew&Co .......... 17.00

nm aacmts............. l.l

tn l................. 1.33

|et report.. $2,153.55
SDicklmson. Col-
Setaxe. 19 I ........ U 38.58
t of Dickliason. Col-
am ise s 19W ...... 3C2.63
dwa oft Dickinoon. C61-
wr. SISWl 19 ........ 8.64

Swarrnts paid

. 1.081.42


White Teaehers.
JIM Wyman. Aredondo No. 1.
I; L H. Collier. Rochelle No. 3.
Wille Melatoeh. Rochelle No.
; D. L. Guy. LaCrosse No. 8.
1; R- ate Snow. No. 8. $40.60;
WIkcoimb. No. 8. $40.60; Char-
] nM. Baldwin. Archer No. 10.
|rieace M. Baldwin No. 10.
Mary Berkstresser. No. 10.
Mrs. Reecher Hague. No. 12.
SAnie L. Collins. Micanopy No.
.1j; Carohae LUttlepage. No. 15.
Npie Merry. No. 15. $43.68;
g, Island Grove No. 18, $76.13;
ieeKll. No. 18, $40.60; Vera
K IS. $40.60; Lottie Teeter.
k bNo. 20. $60.75; G. W. F'Sg.
No. 21. $601.0; Grace Fogg.
S $50.75:; Annie L. McDonall1.
IM. $3.53; L la Fraser. Antioch
L 10.75; Mamie Williams. No.
I.;I;: F. H. lliis. Alachua No.
1 1-.56; Mrs. K. K. Griffith.
An a No. 23, $5:,.7:;. Mary Foster.
A ll$46.68; Maudt. IL.wis. No. 23.
M.; lryant. Waldo No. 24.
ktUIS: [Lena liard. No. 24. $51 7.:;
eBMcCredie, No. 24. $4.'us:; Eva i..
MlkN 24. 4, 0.75; Mrs. M .M.
.IM No. 24. $17.77; Sadie Wise. No.
.l7;, DaIisy Poole. No. 24. $187;
S.IL Casels. Gainesille No. 26.
'J1 ; Ida J. Frankland. No. 26.
l SIaras Shaunont. No 26i. $1.a.i;
*BsWatIe. No. 26,. $65.9h; Mrs. W.
9'. O ,. No. 26, $',- '.. Annta Dla-
Ot No. 26.r, 4..7,. l.IU-s,. Carv.r.
L I$tM875.; Belle N1ol.\. No 26;.
;: Mr.rL W. T Jackon. N. No. 26.
4"; Mrs. A. L Coleman ,Nr.. 2';.
IM3; ylK Kenned) No. 26. IS. 7I.;;:
4k4aan3dY. No. 26. $:., a7:, Fanhnie
..MIL No. M. K41,O7:,. Flonr,. all.
*, $10.75. Mabel S'tich.z, No. 20.
an; Olive V Knilghti. l ochiha No.
S .MW: W N Gaskin.S 8trobl. No
40-" Weta N.-upoiiIqt. itliollii.
6 K1 12. $3.,. Kila Futut. ('an
I 36. $. $ 4e6i. (;rac,. WV)lf No.
$ ".; Ada l'hitlrut OratigK*
o No 3%\ 11 M, |
Mo l $ ,;,. IIr (' I.
Oft. Cherry Sink N, 41. $ '..
L MCCall. u No 4.,$ 1o, ir.
l NcK.ji,au liu' ,I 4,, 24:
UL 4. $ 0.4- *.ik.*T P P I. t OraInt
.146.6U, 4.t h 1t I (.)H V iiK"
4i 4s $ii" *' l. lIL. A 1L..1I1, I

____ "' ; (....i i ...:
S^ -.9 7-. .iw \\ ,:,.
i -' 04^ V-1. l. ,47 N., 17

i ^a l- I'. $ I 1.,\.. ,, \ .
^hhIIj4~51 \I, ; ,,.

f 1to N1. 1(,,1..1 SI,1 % ,

1 6 1 ,,, ,,4,,

S -,I .iuit 1.,,, \. .



For Six Months his Suffering was
Beyond Words One Mass of Irri-
tation and Itching was Dreadful-
Slept Only frorr Sheer Exhaist n
Almost Out of His Mind After
24 Hours' Use of Cuticura S cpt
Like an Infant and Then was



~Ia~.%damun- \4Iw.ND \I$ f. Ca:' '.r.

I vI# K 1 Mowrw Ni N ~52'i; It oi
171 r.,* d *' .:i

* i: I

5.i~. *~
$2ww .;e,~
$24' g,.
.\o 4~.
No. 49~

It :I I I l f. I .. I '.I 11-1 a I N -.
Ailailla A% --r 111-oi li, 1.9 No, 4-0
Rulo.. V.0iJ#-ld N-i I.,
1.111.1 Haile. LoAllo-Osil 41
Altht-a A Brmii. Whittakcr
%la.%nw Itomoer-4. Ogden
:.il.- Carrie Childs. Newnaw.

"I am nevW ty-aeven year, old anl|
Me day. some ymr& aw. I f.ll fr. m
a *step-ladd.-r. ltruininK
my heiw. In a few days
I could nwt walk |
called in a ducwtr and
insad of a wkis .rysip-
elas Mse in. The doctor
bad not cured me ,f
that whes I wwa 'skom
with orwsma from head
I -to foot. I waw MN for
s 1"lx month andwhat I
miffferd tolou, oruld
Shnot tll. I enuld not
da Oy or Mght bmue ofthatdred-
ful tebing; when I did seep it wa from
sbhr *xhauMtion. I ww one mo n
rritatlo: it was even in my aralp. The
doctors' medicine omd to make me
worMand I was almost out aof my mind.
I red d Cueos anmd met my wife to
the dr& uist. whe wa a member do y
OdrOdd Feldlows. for a set of th
C Cutioura Ointment and
Cutw ura imvmL I muwd tim -
efmUly for tw y-four hour. Qt
WIt I kea I Infant, the rat
ailgha l mp Ibhad had for six
moths. was not afraid to use plenty
of Cuticurs Oiltment and Outkiurs Ana
with hot water and in a wmek's time
wm able to mt 0 my eotb Nagain.
In a month I ws cured. rmm that
day to this I anmot praise the Cutioura
-medims too hihly. I may add that
I hav a y havy bof hair which
Iow to CutDour. W. H Smith.
r.D. 2. Mt. Kio. N. Y.. Feb. 4. O 0."
A inlawe ist o teI C'tcurs Rmedies
is oftea eMlsmeat for tho utatmuat n
the most torturing disaguring. itching.
burning and asyb humnrs. ,woman.
rMhm and irritatlio s. with Im n hair.
from infancy to m. whn all* t.her am.-
ed s fail. uarahtwd abolultoly puro
and may be used from the hoi)r f O)irtti.
t amp . OltetsIw Msr l "wet
). se ChOratel iCosteld Pti10 *K ). a" ld
mq OsWeNa w 0 prW Dn a& CMe Corp.
wMr I m. ITc ( A Wve. aDome"

Hill No. 86. $:.;..; Battle Johnson
Halle No. t. $30"4.4,; Agnes Zetrouer
Willeford No. hS. $".:.3; Mrs. E. 'C
Pearson. Dutton No. 9o. $.,3.35;
Gladys George. No. 11. $40.640; Hat-
tie George. Thomas No. 91. $35.53; J.
lilanche Ilrugh. Tioga No. 9:1. $44.t o.
R. 0. Williams. Trenton No. 16. $71.0..
Georgia Snow. No. 16. $4460.; Jessie
Howell. No. 16. 3.>..',: Alice Vause.
Cool Springs No. 17. $45.68; Katie
(;riffth. Spriag Hill No 440. $4*4.641;
Avice Walker. Roe-ky Point No. 76.
$4.6:; IL. IE. Mc.'all. ('Cotir Poid No.
,%4. $4.'.6A; Itessie Whitcomb. Gro',.
Park No. 6%. $4,,.61; %1 E. McRa.
Canitp ille No. 7'.0, $44o.;,4. Ilat tth
English. Iro n No %9, $40I.641; Elhln:
Wil.son. Jonevillh. No. 9. $40.64o; Milk-
ie E. LeeI. Santa F'- No. 2-.. $14., 7-..
Negro Teachers.
Mrs. W. G .Watt,. Litw*rty Hill No
r *S* tiR. n Ii uttoln Hawthorn No.

4 .&es Fatly T-o,,.I years.,O.
a! ... sr) T Iwve I 7 ps id 4
*.4..sr9S .N.Ift7 119 .5
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It pays the farmer to plant only the bet. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."

We are now booking orders for P~ s d otherr em..-nWs. We
wiU bt sled to -eMd prioe ------

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1.ake, N o 17. $2- .'*. ; .1 II. Madison
I.aCro.w" No. 11. $2.:::; .M. C. Mor
ris. NewnanjvillI#. o 14 42 mo.).
$60.90): J. A. Strwt Htalf Moon No.
43. $25.38.
Special District Warrant--Teachers
E. H. Collie. Rochelle No. 3. $15.45:
D. L Guy. LaCrosse No. 8. 9$0.30; Roe-
ale Snow. LaCrosse No. 1. S&.08; Mrs.
Charlotte M. Baldwin. Archer No. 10.
$20.30; Florence M. Baldwin. No. 10.
$6.08; Mary Berkatiesaer. No. 10.
$10.15; Annie Collins. Micanopy No.
16. $5.08; Caroline IUttlepage, No. 15.
$5.08; R. O0. Williams. Trenton No. 16.
$5.08; Georgia Snow. No. 16. $5.08;
Lottie Teeter. Godwin No. 20. $10.15;
G. W. Fogs. Hawthorn No. 21. $30.45;
Grace Fogg. No. 21. $15.25; Annie L.
McDonald. No. 21. $5.08; Olive V.
Knight. oebhloosa No. 29. $5; Ada
Philput. Orange Heights No. 38. $10.15;
Mabel McKinney. Louise No. 42. $5.08;
R. L Walker. Perseverance No. 43.
$5; Annie Price. Hague No. 48. $15;
M. A. McRae. Campville No. 50.
$10.15; L. G. Goodell. Tacoma No.
69. $10.15; A. D. Kean. Newberry No.
73. $12.68; Victoria Ingram. Newber-
ry No. 73, $13>.2;: ilertha- erry. New-
berry No. 73, $10.15; Mattle Johnson,
Newberry No. 73. $(4.l.; Avice Walk-
er. Rocky Point No. 76. $10.15; Mae
Morrow. Haynesworth No. 81. $10;
qgoes Zetrouer. Willeford No. 88. $15;
Lula Vause. Evinastou No. 62. 85.33:
VWillie Wyman. Arridoto ,o. 1. $5.
Special District-Sndriea.
J. H. Jarvns, Gainesville No. 26. $6;:
Phoebe lrech No. X. $26; Baird
Hardware ,o., $1; XCD. May, Stroble
No. 31. $1; C. J. s. Perseverance
No. 43. $8.75; M. B. Davils. Hague No.
0. $212.9h.
Sundrie--Common Fund.
(;aines-vllle Sun ............. .$ 4.00
Phoebe March ................ 4.00
G(aines~ille Gas & Electric Co.. 15.00
The H. & W. B. Drew Co...... 3.00
J. 1). Matheson ............... 99.28
J. I.. Kelley. office ........... 12.8.-
J I.. Kelley. Ialary. .......... 150.0
.1 N. Cauthen ................ 1.58
W I). IDickinson .............. 10.73
R. B. WEEKS. Cha. B. P. 1
Attest: J. L KELLEY. Sec.and Supt
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517.519 W. BAY STREET

Loat Distance Phone 188


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Bu~i& SiodThe Caimu~I


Th~mmThe O~ta Mv" a ow eWd

Spring Mumical Festlv

KW ofTMET ~~
Condtaed ib'AeFaumaI s~t.~W WW

Aavlstiilby (mUs t HoMq.I~,ber; Sued Mill.. 'Mu; lb
Ilder-Kehey.sopimm); 4oYack van der Vows eSM
FOUR CONCERT1h-Metday medave,. wrhsir; MNanimp04
la;ThW@WMdq m"fluArtda' s- m ODM;Tn"aU
(ItEATION,po with the Jacksosvflle ( iwal &icisy al M WW~ V S&
New York Syumpbmoaay Obardm and solois. SWAON TOK PSL.ft
sllilk-ationnow. BobSemi emod in vobtlon. Addaques ad mubo ao
T. T. EBMWC husb. hh.L.


momdinr wholesome and su-
-ao in lightness and flavor,

mUsu an" Cusp.of Tarks,

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a Napp*. am ea ~ Whet a6 0.
La b0 PPW ^P e-PffO n sod
am. l iome of the City.

SGe a meal ticket at Rutherford's

S1. 3. Aadersom of Bronson was in

Sf caer eblMren*s matinee this at-
,gIM ast 8:30 o'clock.
| M. MlBlag left yesterday for a
bH Ue trip to Palatka.
ILlf l attetUon paid to ladies'
M btherford's Restaurant.
I .l Striagfellow has returned from
tIt business visit to Jacksonville.
O bv. T. P. Hay and Col. Matheson
Mlmsd yesterday from a short visit
j ote lil metropolis.
1 her Holloway. pon of Supt. Hollo-
V'a f Tallahassee. is among the
410WI* the city. His friends are
MI e a royal greeting.


In Pf Ca mure

I Paint



Ibmise it wears longer and
emf more space. If you
-tthe whitest of white
try Davis.

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Cedar Key oysters, day and night.
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
Mrs. K. Turner of Rochelle was
here yesteaft on a shopping expe-
dition. .
H. C. StvWnm. the Jeweler of High
Springs and Lakeland. was ain the city

Only ten cents for an evening with
John Ennor over the world at the
Electric Theatre.
Judge Syd L. Carter left yesterday
for a business trip to points in the
western part of the county.
Mrs. E. P. Zetrouer of Rochelle wap
among the out-of-town ladies shop-
ping In Gainesville Wednesday.
Japosicas. Palms. Ferns and Shrub-
bery; Pecan and Fruilt Trees In va-
riety. H. 8. Graves, 'phone 179.
Plank's Chill Toaie is guaranteed to
eure chills, fever. colds and lagrippe
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Joaon.o.
Mrs. B. T. Arnow was a passenger
to Alachua yesterday and will spend
a short while there visiting relatives.
C. C. Voyle left yesterday for Dun-
nellon. here he goes In the interest
of the East Florida Telephone Com-
C. Rain of Waldo. one of the con-
ductors of the Seaboard, was meeting
his numerous friends in the city yes-
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kelley of Prairie
Creek were visitors to the city yester-
day. While here they were the guests
of Dr J. L. Kelley and wife.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek.
rPicher and leers & Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. I. Hill.
Pianos for rent or exchange.
J. F Ilarron of Evinston was in
Galune. ille yesterday. He conducts, a
grocery business at that place tb-side,,
holding the position of postmaster.
John Ennor. the great traveler with
his illustrat-d lectures of important
places in the world at the Electric
Theatre. with the moving pictures.
only ten cents.
I. C. Walker. formerly a deputy
sheriff of thbi county. i st'ed through
the city yesterdayy en route to l)innel-
kxi. where- he has accepted the poti-
tion a,. night policeman for that place.
W. H. Witherspoon of High Springs
arrived in the city yesterday on a
short visit to his mother. He was
Initiated into the mysteries of the
Eagles last evening and now has wings
with good strong feathers sprouting.

The Health of Your Horse
will be' best promoted best pre-
'erv.'d if >ou are read) to gie the
praler renMedy at the proper time.
The proi-'r renmedy for all htrainf.
ipraitsli or colic in Prry ivlt' railn-
killer. The pro)lwr time to u(' it is
when the, trouble' flrnt sh'os% it%,'lf
lie prompt and you'lll not o0l% s~ite
the- horse~- iiff.riiag tihut you 'l sl'are*
li- <-lf trouble- anid e*xim-le.- aU -'
# a\ a IuallK ttilit- aitHt Y t) h .a a Is)tthi r.eil.v Th' ii.S size
4Mittlte' (c .t.- ..', *4 *' -. n larg. e r L, r
'. lit I tiur" F ,ur dau~.i&"t I ',"
1.m Pe i let r v I bu e'



ftd fwies with it an iro II-clateI uo ial-tllct

T Yi i- Iii imyl)

of our liki-s antl I .4 1,', % ilk1(t i.

ura Mles, hal ies and Wipgs, Haness&c.



Federal Bueiding People Will Soon
Start Work on Structure.
. I'l ; i ii i .. il,.l ht 1> n r "
I ,* ,* I I.r, the-' ot rtr. l tires i f tlih
* 4., .. rnin It tli leiiig atil within
i -hurt v f i, work ll lCminim e nliitin
tii- Litd-titni' i ,w stru ture. wv which
Sill ] It Phrie'. s'terl'- with taeltnietit
The tipe,.rint ilTiat if c n t s 'rie *i

?e 'e'.erj~ :: I a- I

lie C. (j -Eels. ,. i.e ;e' ii I :!. ii


-is,.~ a ..~ 7 to. u pqritir table'
eA id* p, er a Ifck llrutitii lIipui.
T l~e.Qie~i~tiiit rLid ici 4.hu 3s1I lAtt lic'
I-11,1% i .1,1 er.4 jingiii12 i' t-i*'. a t Iialiij se-teld
is toiall I pmmi itiatidPtal a% haSlits. iAwjl
e'A t he-m r, I iritwd l luektIlslikeli- %%e
Atad hld te' i teetirt fea % Ct t -&I' it
'Ilksa icac V.. uaid fito- liit-i.ate'% iti hetial
chat lialge t4)thtie Uacnt cii I icat c' fatt'ricI i)
thle i r'reauh b cIr) le-4iiiiiM jit w4 er-a
liainuct-bilit.) u &(laaza :j


J I '"* ,, ,,tl-will, kielet.*t rpgardl.. and best wish.

4 (of tvit'l officeQr atiel director of the


mol YouV e will al waiy. find a cordial welcome in
Edmr lsIok-iflgroomii.

eIAhkv 'ir pj el it'.t e i iuartf-rs-.*erv% ef onv~e-

Ilitttll't' :14.T1,614el,41tel ti1ike omur pla(tee


u111l agreei'ta',l tlo ho- who call to pee u,.


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Case Was Postponed.
( inJ : to -l..- ,rio ,.' s ilne.-- of
.ALrnb | Wlliam. the.' a.'d ie gr ) who
,a,. shot hb lh'i WValke-r oan Mon
day. he was uniale to all':ar in court
Tu.-.da).. and Justice Oatrli.-le post
ommed the case until the negro suffi
ciently recovers to toe present to test
Iy In the case. His wounds developed
more serious than was at first antici-
pated. and he was compelled to take
to his bed.

J. B. Neal of Mclntosh was a visitor
to the city yesterday.
N. B. Mott, a merchant of Mlcamopy.
was transacting business la the city
J. 8. Goode. the confectioner. re-
)turned yesterday from a short busmaea
visit to Jacksonville.
Mrs. A. IL Voyle has returned from
a pleasant visit of several weeks to
relatives at DeLand.
W. P. VaaNess of It. Augustine is
among the visitors to tae city. He
came over on some Important tax mat-
Mrs. 8. T. Dell returned yesterday
from a short visit to 8tarke, where
she visited her parents, Capt. and Mrs.
W. C. Hague. deputy sheriff of
Alachua, was a visitor to the city yes-
terday. having come down to bring a
prisoner. .
Geo. P. Morris left yesterday for
Miami. where he goes to represent
the Waldo Lodge. K. of P.. at the
State convention to be held In that
Col. J. A. Williams of Cedar Key, a
leading attorney of Levy county, was
In the city yesterday. He is now do-
tmg considerable prac In this sec-
Everybody goes to tk Illustrated
lectures of Important Irld's show
places at the Electric Theatre, along
with the moving pictures for ten
The greatest of entertainments is
that given at the Electric Theatre with
John Ennor. the traveler, and the mov-
ing pictures. Children's matinee this
Mrs. P. M. Colson and daughter, Miss
Pearl. left yesterday for Trenton.
where they will spend the next sev-
eral days visiting relatives and friends
in that sectionl
Mrs. J. S. Halsley and Mrs. L. C.
Lynch accompanied Postmaster Lynch
to Miami yesterday. The latter is one
of the delegates ot the K. of P. convvna
tion in that cit.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining squa=., 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.
T. H. Hunt. one of the special
agents in the United States land office.
has returned from a short visit to
Philade.lphia. here he has been oni
a short I.ave of absence'. lls ass,-,
'iates in the land office expe(t an
lite-restitn etenit In his life some time
durlingK ii.' *.arl\ fall
.e.itatmr II II M last 111t^a 1 frim .In a' ketca trile. wlen- lt
h;d. b.-'i fer tli* pait two dal i
usii'-a. It,' t-t.at'. that a gr-at n a1 '.
tol .t e( ;i cZl i 'a .. li I. K tthr,uK tI tte
S(I, ,n i) a i t" theiIr \or lith ir
I T It..l I. t i. l l ," It l.tcg tl' h" tI |' "
I 1,ii. 1 ,l .i I a e I, ,a l
\\ i ,f, I i t,' i et l i ri' t i r ( li tri tl.
It; '. ,l a it ., i it ,ait -ri lita it,'

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maUt *miA fro sam tm o "nal
werdsn make a o; so freN sINef
evWry w ~d over e antos o tintg am
a- addlttcal lime. CAMN4 t advame
Ea amemmO y ad damWers A1 eeba,

FOR RENT-Plve-room euttae. A
ply WO K. Liberty street.
WANTrF)--To rent two cottages:
close In. Apply at Telegraph office.

TO RENT-Purnished house. all Im-
provement. good fix; 209 L Me-
chanic. Apply after 2:30 or P. 0.
llox 2:4. ails.
FOR RENT- -Three newly-furnlsbed
rooms. suitable for light homlaoeep-
lng. Apply 103 Masmnle street.
FOR RENT-Five-room eottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern convenleaces. Apply at this

FOR SAiJE-Two ive-lot show cases.
A. J. Vidal.
FOR BALK-Typewriter ribbons, both
copy and record 76 Oet aOh
Sun oice.
rOR SALK-Good getie rsone sad
ale rubber-tired bmggy. Apply P. O.
Box No. 274.

WANTEI) Young printer of ordinary
experience. who desires to better
learn trade, to act as galley boy, set
heads. distribute and set type oe-
canlomally. and do general work as
anisltant to foreman. Must be
steady and of good habits. Apply
at this office.

HOFFMAN. the celebrated German
coach stallion. will make this season
at Crawford & Davis' stables. Terms
reduced $10 service fee. cash la ad-

Mrs J. H. lieville of Jacksouvllel
arri ed in the city yesterday anud ill
l-nd senie time visiting here


-gys FeW mI

Davis & Oliver

bkhnif Pwciur
A kl a f t/jre

First National Bank


Established Over Twenty Years
capitall $100(X),()000.00 Surplu-, $',,000.00

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

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