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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 11, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01602
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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1 1 Aim8ed of to beKf as being a Senator. it is po-w
b b $noes W he ib0tares th bu t Klittredge, Hans-
er.. Ankeny and l ngwilll be
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e t6 0ars eMm mias O por siornee board.

DOe ft OS9aWIeoY6 gm-who ae m tioned for places arepr
Sat PAIS ia 4W. Mr. Ove Col. "Pte" Hepburn. ao the Inter
SslMTe n i-mthige xa. mteat Cammrnee Commirssion; j.
i to D-b emptam pl irWosAdm Bede o Minnesota. and James
*ae bre Ms sa wO 3L Wa ald Cbarkes B. Andis. both
himat ft with lusi 1M itwhlomhailfrom Mr. Overstreets

iqvsrW. to minsay bur who is slated for ppolatmemt
M OS tino-y pI _a- _elams @ a usmlolloa the ~lipal duty of
-im of onew'm" atm Rpmr whisk is to regulate raIlrads, ha
i! Ov aL hit a them fr years bees charged by his oppo-
an win g m Ital at this meats tonIowa with being the obedient
I=%hmsbmONU fdm the reader servant of J. W. Blythe, general so.
S" i _- i_- me to why the cter for the Wrtigton railroad. He
of OSRepubbll pirty name has supposed several measmrs. bow-
I ofMr. Overare 6e v to whkih yBths was reported
Oft isaI* to have refed nIper- astaxossle, and Col. Hepburn's
W md W Mid The MOW jOL, friends ldtwre he and the Burlington
1 11 O'erne65 "tog pol toi tUical leadr have largely broken
. -l to his OVt in say way teal asualew.






SVisited Orange City
city


ffe M AMDi March 10.- re late yes-
ll l afttmae destroyed eight
in Orange City. The blase
Sd tem a hermseae oil stove In
tO h thea of the HIll residence and
g spread to the drug store adjoin.
lag, detroytag the residence and
sare. them jumpili acros the street
to the city hall wlich together ith
she perry lHo occupied b) Miss
S Mai were destroyed. The adjoin-
Idg ora bulldtas was also burned.
Neow reached this city of the ire
iO the DeLand Iremes. la ani auto-
asb- ll.ed with hoe, started on
, M tSal ialeh journey to Orange City.
mat g the trip Ia record Utme of I
am tes, gUttItg to work Ir time to
e eb the ary amei at the Library
I -diMA thue saving the remainder
i The busne ud Tehi butldet
T- Brewster aad TuckA buildings


were burned and the loss will probably
reach $30,000, with about lo.uuou ih-
burance
The Are started a great dieal of ex-
citetment. both in Orange City anlm


'mIS mV THIRTY LEFT DEAD IN

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Mrs. Richardson of Atlanta. Ga.. Is
stopping at the Tuscawilla Hotel for
a few weeks.
The game of baseball between the
Ga(lneville and Micanopy uanilors did
not materialize last Saturday. The
sports here were disappointed.
R. M. Chamberlin of Tacoma went
to Miami yesterday as a delegate to the
K. of P. convention.
Several new telephones have been
installed here this month-one at the
residence of W W. Coleman. ona at
W. 8. Williams'. and J. H. 8imonton
has run a line to his farm at Lake
Simonton They have all connected
with the Southern tlkll exchange here
The Invltationm to the marriage of
Mr Sute Dillardt Fea-te'r of this. place.
to Mr. Kthau A.ll. Illxoin of Lake,
C(ity. (i the' l h of .Mairch are out
Mrps '.,.t,*rt fr;e:iil- he.re uiih hier
1all the. |i.l li -- 1 | .' iih '. hut tlt.*
(ert- ainlt hI,i, t i ia other Iva.:%r
M licalilt, \\ \lxt. i l c iingratul.itlitn,


tIeland. man) citizens of tlhi, place :1 daial.*
drilWng over to Oransi e ('it l to iliu'.- r cIl, %in lll f i Fa itf Il.l. i ll '4 iin
the fre. The lkleied tflenieani dol ervt l
a great deal of credit fuor their hard '1r I; T aier ll of ('l>It in ill
work at the are'. tluoI l1ii1 Iierhllig I


Card af Thanks.
We desire to express our beartfi l
thanks to the imai) friends she .,
kindl) Lasaited us during .the rtcenl


Realty Transfers.
Prllrc Od, I I 'teeleWho 1e I It II Ill.e SIM#,
i ei ee 'A til 4;iic' .ii ~ ~ le


illness and dp th of our son. Archie, M,:tl.e ith r 1. i.i%, tie 1i t hir. e.i
We appreciate )our klitidsess and f< el hi.iig' lit real -ti.o. the' grat.r
that s aire due >uu a debt of grai Iart of th>-iimi I. lK iin (aine.t1lll.<
tude that sill be hard to repa) proper
U.EO W CAMIEi.I. AND WIFE FoullosIng tlhe lia.t % W I. Sillth
aud sife to J r Mi Klnsir>). Jr W W
The Sa oS e for al ag cards. Cat to U W Young A 0 i-t-n


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Nearly Every M Arumsau Te 1

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LeTmvltt, eldest daughter of Williami J.
Bryma. was today granted a divorce
fram WilMam Learitt. She alleged

Mrs. I ltUt and her mother appear-
ed l theo eort "of Jude Coulah and
both allied that Laviu hd ot com-
triautd to the support of hIs wife.
Thr was no defease. Mrs. Leavit
was gratd the ctaody of the two

I
MICANOPY NOTEIL

MICANOPT, March $.-Dr. I. W.
Waddell sad wife of Melatosh spent
Sunaaday here as the guests of Mrs.
J. B. L1meatoas. D. Waddell preach-
d two sermoees Seday. 11 a m. at
the Preabyterima church and at 7:30
p. i. at the Baptst church. He
is a &SW preacher, sad ow people
eajoyr hurt 1 him.
J. W. Chambberlt of Tacoma was
m town thi morning.
L. Wade of Rockland. Maine, Is
a guest of Dr. H. C. Crawford for a
few weeks. He Ukes the climate of
Florida.
J. B. litoetom was called to At.
isata.O Ga., a important business for
a ew days.
Mrs. L. P. OuerrLu t Oeala Is
Vitftlg Mrs. L H. Wlhls. Jr.. for a
lw damy at her home near' this

Mrs. W. C. Johason has returned
from a visit to friends to Jackson-
vinie.
Mrs. 0. I. Baynard s visiting
friends In Jacksonavlle for a few days.
Kim K S.eemne ewas in town
yesterday.
Mrs. Ross of Ohio Is wtltg Mrs.
W. C. Johnson.
Capt. D. C. Hart hap gone to Jack-
somviUe to spend a few days with
W. R. Carter and family of flartou
his daughter. Mrs. Lottile Norwood.
are visiting Capt. J. \V. Carter.
We are glad to hear that Miss Su-
sie Smith will woon be out. after 1w
iug coallned several da)s with an at
tack of fever.
There is talk of a crate and basket
factory being built here at an eariy
date. We hope the parties will go
ahead and build, as this is a good
field for such an enterprise.
Buslt Chitty has returned home
after completing hi.. business course
in Jacksonville.


Cypresa avenue. two priat
oshtfare of the towa. we
passable and piled high w
age from end to end. e
every business hoase h bi
and there is hardly a hloe *t
not at least suffered the le d a
or wing. The Arllngto Hng
totally demolished. Ahy
were registered there, bt i al
uninjured. The Brikk 3
Southern Hotel and Keltley a"
all destroyed without tees I n f
Relief squads have be a&m
day hearing for the dead ld
The Rock Island and Cotteasm
ways have placed cars at do
of the relief committee lad EMa
pie are leaving Brakley,.
temporary refuge at ethr
nearby. The dead were agn
Helena from which poat
will take place.
Hundreds Are HNemaugg
Gov. Donoghy arrived f 5 l
Rock th!s aft ornoon In rea-a Mi
"all from the citizens' comua|t
has the situation well In MW
says food. clothing sad aM l
the thing most needfal.
of |*oile are homeless aal d
during about seeking a
abode. Three special traMism
from neighboring towna
bringing relief workers,
and nur.se. The Catholic ehks
ween i'iivertt*'d ito a bhoipl
here i Ih doctors a:id nurses an
for the injure.d. The ditiW
Helena have generously oA1
use of their homes for the
Mass nimetings haie beaes cMI
today in Memphis. Little tlea
other cities to raised funds ald
plies for the storm victim.


H. McL. Grady's Store



Robbed at High Spri


HIGH SPRINGS. March 10.-A bold
and successful robbery was perpetrat-
ed in High Springs Monday night.
when the dry goods store of H. McL.
Grady was etitered and goods to the
value of nearly $600 stolen. The prin
cipal lots was in men's clothing. shoet,
and hats The entrance was effected


ness is causing his frtiad I
alarm, la reported some bett d
Rev. G. W. Thompson i s4
fined to his bed. Muchk syM1
felt for him in his lonsg lit0
P C Summers of flimaiagh"l
arrived in town yesterday. memo
to the bed.side of his brotbh. a


through a window in the rear by cut Suimmir-r
ting out the lanes of glass. The onl) Thie' e itrtaiii-li'At t the I
clue' found as yet is a pair of the School ailitoiriuii l.jlt Friday lY
stolen trousers. found near the cleani flr ithe th iefit i(f het I' paO I
ing es'ta llishment of a co-'lr, 1 -*** *,, 1 *s *. .. -Iis 's The W PV I
iitl'led Porter Hie ha, tI.' n pii 111 i .C 4 hil &,:ii a, d ill NW il i s
unild i ;.ra ..tl pr' e. l ;i i .l -,tIa r n --
l.a-It light N!r ;raily r.ec i ,led a thie tule-iI of tIc" ..t.'h l i
ti le. r tlli frl ot. '*I, f' 1 l SuI i a-.i .e l -t iI i.ite' i
I .-"- Ilun \ l it hiihi.' ib.it ^. t.itl S ia ituiir ca l li lil>.'rr I" ,'Ii "i '-'ruB><- i |
, <1 thr I. n i .ri l.i k Ahis l i.ii t %mal al-o i t miili'ftroli"
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4~ \ T 'I I k4 luxieIt 'eeet ee I a* fra l b ige
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BRINKLYT. Ark. March 10.-Thir-
ty or more lives were stuffed out.
sixty people were injured and
property estimated to hi worth $1.*
000.0 was destroyed as a result of
the tornado which wrecked this lit-
tle city last lghtL Of the known dead
fourteen are white people, as follows:
Isaac Reed. Mrs. Isaac Reed. Rua-
sel Reed. Raymond Reed. Porter
Poote, J. L. Utarrett. Harry Stovall.
Jr.. Mrs. Ethel Phillips, Mrs. Belle
Darden. two children of Mrs. Darden.
Charles Prease, A. M. Hood, and an
unidentlfied man.
Among the more seriously injured
are:
0. K. Dowdle, side and ankle crush.
ed; Mrs. 3. H. Mason, arm broken
and seriously bruised- Daniel Cum-
mi na. Injured about bead; Robert
Alexander. badly bruised; Mrs. Claude
Leakey. cut about body; D. V. Don-
aelley. wounded about head; John E
Waddell of Memphis, cut about head:
Miss Clara Rose. seriously Injured:
Thomas Rose. badly bruised: Arthur
Ro"e. crushed by timbers; Miss Daisy
R3se. seriously bruised; Mrs. J. E.
Morelock. both limbs broken: Mrs.
John Smith. brunied about bead and
chet:; Edward Livingston. hip -and
back injured; J. A. Stewart. bruised
and crushed.
The remainder of the dead and se
riously injured are negro rnldents.
Destruction In Tornado's Path.
The tornado hovered about the city
only a few minutes but Its work of
destruction was complete. The Rom-
an Catholic church. standing directly
lu the path of the stormn alone ,.e
calwd daniage or destruction and
stands tonight a grim ti'ntinel on a
scene of desolation. Main street and


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nsy oa-d WOM.

The newspapers and medical jour.
nal2 recently have had much to ray
re!~tive to a famous nmtilonair.', offer
of b million dollars for a new stomach.
This great mulU-millionware was too)
besw to worry about the coadition of
his stoaach. He allowed his dyspep-
sl to run from bad to worse until ln
the ead It became Incurable.
His mlstartuae serves as a warning
to others.
veryoeM who atfers with dyspep-
of tr a few years will give every-
tbag be ewas for a new stomach.
ftpme toIs ais ed by an bomrmnal
oat f the gatre iea. There is
me eleomeat mdul The ahbamee of
i- atr the Aetim of the gs-
e, Adds. Ty lose their power to
We a ww adde to sply the mi sa
tag d e- r- te the gastric
Jim OWr digAtve power, ad to
We eew tet Remll Dyspeisa
T I WO pelvely and peemaent-
y yi dihrmed smmd s, indigts-
*e sad 11p e1
We wait ye to try them and will
al YW meMy If yo are mnot mare
am -agil wth the reaMit
Piles, S aOts. Only at our store.
or bmy -a. J. W. MeCeUam & Co.,.
- sr I- MaiS mad UaIM streets.


POISYTH-N-TWOMAS.
Pw $e--re Weldieg eleomiled

A b ey church vweoNta weas ol-
@emald at their FrIt Presbyterian
ehreA Wedmeaday after oom at 3
e'doek. whm Mr. James Adger For-
sythe ofi Brwar4, N. C.. ad Miss Alice
Thesi c this e ty were salted I
the hbly eds of matrinomy.,
The church was beautlftuly deco-
rated with pa forms. pot plants and
Ido weed, the altar beag entirely em-
Ibeabd witt lovely evergreens, pre-
eatsing a beatful appearance.
lMg before the bmor of the cere-
meao the users, Messrs. John Hud-
diesto, Ralph Chapin. James Chen-
mat and Hubert relkel. were kept
t eating the lar geumber of
of the contracting partUea who
cad co-..e to witless the marriage.
The flowerirls were UliUan Clarke
aad Jlla Pattoo. followed by the pil-
low bearers. Jessie Chebnut and UII
la Powell, carry in two handsome
white satin pillows.
The maid of honor, Miss Leila
Craig Bowers of Daytona. prec,,dd
the bride, who was accompanied b.
her father. Mr. M. H. Saunders. They
were met at the altar by the groom
and his best man. Mr. DeHope Sadler
of Rock Hill. 8. C., when the Rev. T.
P. Hay performed the Impressive
ceremony which made them man and
wrlf-


AMUSEMENTS


t,.ret in an educational standpoint.
iand should niall means he seen and
listened to. an he deals a th hid Puil-
'ts t In a clean. It r', w yf i th i I- '
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... now in and his long experience in
Mrs. James McKinstry, Jr., played
the wedding march, assisted by Mrs.
Alstom McKinstry. while Prof. W. E.
Wolt played the cornet softly during
the wedding ceremony.
The bride was beautifully attired
In a traveling suit of toupe grey with
hat to match, and carried a large bo-
quet of white carnations, the groom
wearing the conventional black.
Mr. Forsythe is no stranger among
the c(tisens of Ganluessllt. ha, inig at
one time made this city his hume lie
s now engaged in the hardware busi-
neea at itre'ard and has just re.tnitly
had constructed a lovely hounI't it that
city for the reception of hib l brid.
Miss Thomas baah L-.en a re.ideuit iof
this city for a uumluwr of ),iarn and
b) her litaMUItitt ni inl rn ha.' Aw i ta
bout of admirinK fiii r % %i(- 'Aih li l t
antli) Kgi e' hi r tit| si, 1...1 ohil I.
gently graduated ii i iui .i, w.
(oilidtered oine of tiiie t n- ,1
complishrd mu-icians of tht. (itv. iJtiN I:NNOIt(
'l't h happ) p.i lir h.ft 1 Ih. Iiit.uii
Itralu f r t( h.'r foelut r.' ,i Ii i ti li.,,. i t. Uttili > c t., -' hiiai ,, f, l
ard. N C aund ill % ,t,1op t'harlhe toni. a hlie i the. aill l .-i ( t ,, it
fet' da) b I,- r it.. ll .11,l. f I e l ,* k ..
Theb prise. ith r t-i vi r u r r. tiiht Aill -. lu .f i t il,ti,
uua aud f jtH nitile.e, tO u .ait.i ig of vCUI | lh,.ir b. t lh iti t.1 r tili tl *t.i [1. ,
iglas. il % r t lii< t a Iu o mds a d IailAi\ r .' r. tin I t'I-.ec Ii w it
substantial treauce to presatit i frum friet-idsa Iit) --
'11 tIh,. it) aud out ChLhEN WNO AK SICKLY
No hlabitalloti. a.rt leatud l I th their oOs eWiU t
01). but a av t u m %her* b ko as rh eir own **@ for& 4d
t'i), but a I'-uerai liltlatlMU 9*t uI i.tr wr.' ~rtf ir ei ciWOte o b*oulr d w otr be
%tm. s bura two ft Ut r Gray'* beget ug.
ru fur all to a tLt'd Itla t-tultft f tAjlr, (bJr.. fo rt UAWU bwkeo t I. ,Le-.
thtr ti hurrh ". TW7 kweea uk> 'uM,- CM OIn. .f*i....


ComoUpaius ls iblag IM..Wdu. edeb
auadbitau~b Tvuwbio& TU-bK tWuI
Itit'd Print"d statloser) yuwant, bus I .~l.M shoW psU =aW uI so
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' U ..'. To' n 11 .1. I cba ip ill a i|'- ":. : *>, : lit,, '** l' ., .
t.* ,, ht of March the 17th at th. r- a:i i n ll .; :,. *..
Ta -,rt.arle for the Lyreumn C'ntr .. :-t tr.;.h i. n.,i i:jd r ,i.
I)o not fall to hear hinm. He ci ,*-
more laughter an evening than air NEW OFFICERS ELECTED.
one else on the platform --
Library Association Have Interesting
"A Trip to Atlantic City." Meeting Tuesday Evening.
The Wills Musical Coir.ed Co. wil; At the rooms of the association in
present the play bearing t.Uo hov the Graham building, on last Tuesday
caption on the opening night of their evening, the Galnesville Library As-
engagement at the New Baird Thea- association held their annual meeting
tre. The company numbers about and elected a new set of officers who
twenty people-mostly girls-and good will preside over the association for
houses will no doubt greet them each the omini year.
alght They come March 18th. Mrs. F. D. Warner was elected pres-
Meat, Mrs. W. L. Hill vice-president.
"in Arlasea." and Mrs. W. J. Denby secretary-treas-
TheM arrival of "in Arisona" Com-
The asoeianUon have recently pur.
pany, whieh will be the theatrical of- The associatio have recently pur-
ing, =Ader m tomihtt will be tt chased twenty more new books and
mt p eleasing tolat, wnntheadded them to the circulating depart-
most pleasingly unounced 1. the of the latet and
eoneert which will be renderedatycm"o the latest and
best Ictiom and will prove very val-
by the company's splendid cowboy ble t. S m a
baod on the streets today. The musi- a tl i meel
cal feature also Includes a first-class At this meeting t was decided to
orchestra which will accompany the vote Mrs. E. K. Foster an honored life
orebemanra which will company t embership she having been one of
pergormeanv theatre. situatedona's the founders and one who has done
large patvUon theatre, situated on the
Burnett lot, rear of postoffice, willgreat deal toward the association
reaching its present high standing.
comfortably seat a thousand people. Te omIatsp is doing much god
w h The asotate ex1ee donl much good
which justifies the exceedingly low n the city in the way of furnishing
admission price of thirty-ive cents for o interesting rea ing among
adults and twenty cents for childrenitme ers, n re d avi
It Inpo tIt en ts members, and more should avail
It te probably that a large audience themselves of the opportunities offer-
wil stteld todamt to wtee that ed and Join at the earliest conven-
famous melodrama.
ience.
The CrietlUe Glles Co. Race Sulcide
The concert at the Tabernacle Is not nearly the menace to increase
Tuesday aight under the auspices of In population that deaths among In-
the Lyceum course was all that the fants are. Eight out of ten of these
most exacting could have desired. death are directly or Indirectly caused
The following comments were beard by bowel troubles. McGee's Baby
among the audience as th'-y passed Elxir cures diarrhoea, dysentary,
out: "The best thing of the season;" our stoi,,ach aud all Infant allment-
"The best thing that's been In Gaines, >f this nature. Just the thing for
vile In ten years;" "Miss Lewis Is teething babies. Price 25c and 50c per
the best reader I ever heard; "Mr. bottle. Sold byW. M. Johnson.
Bachelder Is certainly an artist in
the use of the lute and piccolo-his EIDS WANTED.
solos were grand;" '"Miss Giles re-
minds me of Melba." The Board of County Commissioners
Every member of this company is will receive, at their meeting in April.
a star. Each one completely captured bids for a system of sewerage to be
the audience. Miss Giles was already constructed In the county jail. partie..
a favorite with the audience. She Ilr bidding to bubiult suitable plans and
creased her popularity. The other two- TpeelfIcations and price of au.t.. -
members were unknown quantities The Board reserves the right t,) re-
but they got their share of glory fuse any or all bidv. and to accept
Each is unexcclkd in his or her line -uch bid and such iolans a',ni i.'Iflua
tions as they may think I..-st. All to
ElectricTheatrebe connected with the city .sewer.
Electric Theatre.
Done by order of Ioard thk "rd
The vivid description of the Sin 'a- rd, iMrchr. l1f* o
Francisco fire and earthquake. fin.1 J. G. DAMPIER. Chairman.
Illustrated by views tak.i> at the time. Attest: 8. H. WIENGEI. Clerk.
as given by John Etinur at the Elec-
tric Theatre aa. so highly apprtciatcd Heavy, impure blood makes a mud-
tly the large audience, ire. ciut that at dy. pimply complexion. headaches.
times the silence amounted to a nausea. Indigeltbiou. Thin blood
depth where you could distinguish a makes you weak. sickly. Burdock
louder breath taken usual. Mr. En- liood Bitters makes the blood rich.
nor is one adopted to the field he is red, pure-restores perfect health.


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Da

|||N6**TALKED Da
WANT TO START
p:gm.T 100. IO

( INo Way Interfere With p
otmrpri New
! --' -*****


L farmers' ware-
Sspob"e of In The
Odt- possibilities
Sre is still another
8 -n establish a bhose
S$eohr seale, to be taken

a gatleman who has
nla this class of
Sa number that
S NeOW I such an enter.
S isbs tbd the Seld over
S- te yearsM with the
~e gsiebh a bual-
g10et that it could be
e prpition from the
S ay that hbe has al
PM |-se oetamoe capital
OdasVhe people have
WI & reorter in refer.
&i a -bees and many
i arS wvlflaness to take
Me of this kind.
!* -U m company should
g i so0 way Interfere
11 M f the d lanre con-
S ft noie and suffl-
qerate both the sup-
d g toery, sad on the
a wM prove a help to
IS Onhs way as It would
S Emabrmerso to come to
S wldM otherwise never
t ameramly are anxious to
oft O this started, and
I deol ht ny opportun-
g I father advance the
O f Galesville.
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UGWAL CIRCLES
Irtm Festival city
Railkea Rat-.
w Tork Symphony Or-
BM--W OrcbhetrI, four
,--mmt--- al fame will
Sppea"race ain Jack-

sprem Navad. Van d
--d Miller. tenor.
UIeqesalt, bass, are ap.
Water Dmaroech to all
f the famous orchbes-
Meet critics far and
l ed the artistic ac-
Sand brilliant career
Som. The phrase "tre-
@Nmm" is used by The
(Oote) Plain-Dealer in de-
SvocW al lents of Mr. Reed
Sb technique facility seems
W.ahuman. He tosses off
td of sixteenth and thirty-
ire with remarkable eabe
a vok'e. And hat is
-i lwith such feritr ,hat
le recitatites had the.
Sibaody. How many world
de that?
6 heb a splendid Indica-
I6 tWnt engaged by the
Choral Ox-l.ty andl
O" to make all reade.r.s of
lleielate that the f.-tiial
g test musical *elnt
1 in the State a is
for tiek.ts has as-
J portions. iand s clt-tt
s l tate evinces gr.at in-
"uat.
11b" h bave conaiaseitd l
railroad rates to Jack
Wl w6il do all In their mowerr
'r People to |MIn-d an en-
j t i lan Jackasomailll.-
U for ticke-t ,hi ull
1by fu11d-$7, for the.
Ur T1' T EIlimr.
lS Vlorihia

Lever,
6'a" l f houldl ,r, o ti .l, k
of tt If h *K 1A. 1'. 1.- g. I
try t) r c rt |f, ,
l our l\Y o r. ,,
b 4 health ,) ,,,
W'C- jht i ,. i
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L 40o uure real wustt.

B-- h a "utari" ujit o(
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IS BEST.


-WHY?
Because it ears longer anid
covers more spaee. If Vyu
want the whitest of white
paints, try Davis.




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PHONE ISVEN.


FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Gainse.
ville:
I am a candidate for City Marshal,
for reelectUoi on April 1& I have
served the people faithfully and *M-
clently, night and day, and my record
Is open for Inspectlom.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup.
port and vote of each and every cit-
sea who s qualified. I can only
promise the ame servicee as I have
ucdeavored to give In the past
Yours for order,
BEN T. ARNOW.


I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a p*ndMat- for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13 190. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, Irrespective
of party amllatiot, and promise to
faithfully and impartiallyt discharge
the duties of the oace should I be
elected Respectfully.
CHASE. C. WARREN.

I spectfully announce myself a
candidate for the oace of City Mar-
shal, to be voted for at the election
on April 13. 1909. It elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all, ir-
respective of party ailiation.
'CH A. M. DELL

FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year lI'm'. Having been Tax As-
sensor for four years. I am fully pre-
pared to fill the office, as my record
Aill bhow, the city as.e.s.nieiit hI;\
Ing been increased In that tinit- fromI
A little o e.r ($6,lo.I)lo to o( e'r $l iit
1 %as prtesenti d fromi running for this
office' last y .ar on amount of iceknes.'
and now re.,ectfully solicit your
votes. W. M. IlRADFORD.

ro the Voterb of Gainesvlille:
I hereby aiinout(ce that I am a can-
lidlate for re .-elhEtio to the office of
t'lty Tax A.--e .- r for the year I.,'.'.
ill the elt. (tion to be htld on April th I
l;:th and lao.-t tarnte.,tly re'iue.-t ) all to Kgi o,' )olr tuote and hupl'-rt
for t.e pol.-ition
'liantikilg ou for ouiir oa-t iil"rtr'e-
'i*. it, I r.luiamsi. Y turs -r) trulk
1: I( Ci l..- '<

TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
rake L.AXAl T\ 1. lI.l~uMl) .tL,.,
latblet t l uiti.g i. r. e f,;:I 1 il i
it fall., to e I- V 1' .O l
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Weinoeley.
Should be studied by every parent
If your child Is nervous, fretful, starts
n It's sleep, i pasty faced, has rings
under Its eyes. always seem hungry.
is not gaining weight. you can be sure
the trouble is works. White's Cream
Vermitfue s an absolute cure for
worms. Is it's own purgative. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

The amentlal difference between the
signisfcation of words and terms to the
English tongue which are almost the
amne ton etymology and origin Is a
great element of diculty to a foreign-
er who to learning the language, a fact
to which a certain attache of a foreign
minion at Washlngton recently teest-
led.
When the budding diplomattit In
que.stlion arrived at our national capi-
tal a year or two ago he soon capitu-
lated to the charms of a young woman
of the official set,. and they speedily
became the best of friends. A month
or so ago the attache returned to this
country after a lengthy leave of ab-
sence passed in his own land. A.lmut
the first thing be did on reachluw'
Washington was to send a note to the
lady of his admiration. wherein, to her
astonishnbent and litidnatlon. he gave
exgiresWion to thib senltiment:
**Once more, my dear friend. I shall
raise upon your unmatched eyes."-
Harper's Magazine.
The Origin of the Periwig.
The pertMwgl. whi b played so Impor-
tant a aurt In the toilet of a man of
fahblon during part of the seventeenth
and eijbhteenth centuries, owed its earl.
gin to Louis XIV. of France. When a
little boy (be suxceeded to the throne
at fire years of a ge' he puesewa d a
profusion of re.marknbly Imautlful
waving hair %hl. h fell In clusterIng
curls 'ver hipis huldher< The e iurtler.
ititaited the bi y LttLi:g ty' having heads
of falme hair to luilliatr his lnatiural
lok-L. uand when l.,uilN arew up he
aild |'tlld Ilhet e-.Irlw i: lli,-'vif
Imrtr' a the re'--'i if WVlli:nn and
I nry i, rll'- u i, re, w,-rn l *x ,xag.i ,.r
t," *.. i h I Ir li. 1 In i l li, %% i 1 *
t.il t L ,f ith ,ry Hant turtI ,t.-,. I,- :
S l.I l I,' i '. t l r t <;'lrt e lI dil-i'i,-s l
I I* f, ti e l.l.e 'Ist 11sei fI.


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PAPUAN COIFFURES.
Heado ln New Guinea That Look Like
Rising uns.
"One of the nm.-t Inte're.tlng things
that nmrne tiinldr my ohtervmation was
the ehl. m4oiiie.r in Ui I h the people
wore their hair." *aid n phli elan. de-
P. rllbing a vilt to .\ew ;Guinhea and the
leading trails andl chairacteristlk- of the
Inhabitants. known as l'apuans. "One
type wore the hair standing up from
the bead at a length of seven lachbes or
more. It was trimmed with wonderful
regularity and with mathematial ac-
curacy. The hair was greased with
eocoanut oll and painted nd. At a
distance It looked like a rising s."
Another type of the Ishabittsat who
wear their hair to an unusual fashloa
was derribed.
"Starting from the forehead," he sid.
"the bhair Is brushed back over the
scalp and hangs down to the wast. It
is a perfect mass, an intricate Jungle.
I am sure It was never combed, and It
was impossible to run the fingers
through it At a distance It looks lke
a cap with the visor turned downwald.
"One other odd type of hairressing
-coure. If you will-was observed on
this visit. The hair was gathered at
tbe froet am back, the brought to
gather above the head. where It was
closed nla a basket like cyltder. The,
end spead out about two these. Ap-
parently these cas are nyer esmrd
from the o "hadb BmaW e = uD .

"Why did you te0l the Masg0 1 of
that employment agecy that you had
Jst come overT' rM em serVMt sI
to another. "YTou t, e you knew.
You have had three *MatinM I New
YTerk."
-1 knw that" anl the Ski "IpV-1
tended to shea green as he would Y
hader tout me a -W pdlae. At
mout ofUt thse agmces the manaeMM
have green gtrl Obas thb' eoNcmA .
The sharks li the bues, of coMus
wll fleee them but the average maa-
ager is sympathetic ad gets them easy
places to start with. I l have a apW
where I am going. The woman thah
I have Just arrived sad that ae wl
have to break me W. BreakSg MI
means that she will do half the worE
while I wil Just stand around and
look on. It pays sometimes to be a
egremo"-bo -hlladelpb Leidger.


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THURSDAY,


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Production of the Metropolitan Sueoem


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

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I TI DAILY SUN: RAINKIVTTLI,I FLORIDA, MARCH 11, 1909
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
I'nd.r and by %lrtu, of th.' iow s
.__ n A and anthorlit v.*""td" In Me an nior
,S ,-:of:r the City of GOalne.:lle. 1 rl ODSd .GE I
PE AT Ihereby call an eetion to be hil 1i .efoe any sow ca.nal, the cause which pr.od-ces t must be
Man rm *Tsid y thCi 1hty on D As long as the blood, trom which our systems raive their necessary
forTeey, < the Ur13t teh Day of Aprilio. mlunenmt and strength, remains impure and contaminated with diea---
Sfor the purpose of electing the follow- ay old sore on body will remain open, andreuit everyeffort US"
a y r Ilag officers for the said City to serve beald t. The serves and tissues of the flesh around the p4acs are cfoti-,
for the periods set out herein. towit: ally led with unhealthy matter and nature is simpladispo ing of the DjM
P E,,E S 1R U VlOne Mayor. one Marshal. one. Clerk by draining it from the t- throughlthe 0L 7Th.e only cure for an
sot t a nd Trsure oe T rollector on sore is a thorough cleakntg of the blood entirely ridlmding the stsm ai
S P E T and Treasurer. one Tax collector. one ca. & s.. & heals oJ s or by removing every partic of i. ,rity
i'fStS .. fE. PlLhm 'sV V.,Tax Asessor. each to hold off ce for thecirUltion. It oes dow" to the very bottom of the trouble and a
8L aB yE. .ME.-= S a period of one year and until their pletely clenses the cirulation that there s so longer ant in writ rto
is. us successors are elected and quality i, through the sore, but the place is once more ourisahe ATic n d raw
r a tuf W Foyhur Aldermen. each to serve for a f.l blood. 8. 8& 8 heala the sore from the bottom, the place sooe jllhj
l-- n n- **I want to tol you period of two years from the date of with healthy, frm fesh, the tenderess Ihas all discharge c-ase,
W %_i Plmkh's V able their election. skis Ss its natural color and when & & 8. has thoroughly cleaned s
S i S Pm. a k One Member of the Board of Pu ri the blood th place pis nd. hook
U bow at St. wod a e d t hae s C ic o serve for the term oandfany medical advice ,fm to all wh, write.
I iee bea at M. gg g AIDf I di laie Work to r erve for the term of A
t ba 1 hd Ave years. WiCICA A
hMd two The polling place for the said elec-
a ond Unshall be ts the rear of the ma-
a third nlcipal building on East Main and
I redday Masonic streets.
froW ~The polls shall open at I a. m. and
close at sundown of said day.
49W A. J. DsCost D.A TELEPHONE TALKS
1Vi ;= s and A. S. Taylor are hereby appointed
SA I n sectors and J. D. Adamson clerk
or-am elects.osid ele Lt oUn Sy
ar, Witaese my hbad and seal of said
-t o tle lty or alss"lne. orlds. s tOtho one ef the meet valuho seatrM asirt n Ini vireus soctie of
S--weMW-th day o an, of our oervlee, o our sub_-eroers _, ,, ae unafor m a n o a
2 ar 1 11 H m m 1 M- HORATIO DAVIS, Mayor. to te pub-s generally, Is our e*e-Bi*nd Iln ther motheod f
h .l! es of mpl ot Attest: J. M. DELL, City Clerk. ue w&f te othn e legiWe t
wi Is M -- fi nes ef te Amerlean Telephone and Only by reason of te eti oem a
& an of ev Per COLDS a" ORIP. Telegraph Cmpany and tetheher asa. arrangement between the s N T
mne "b ME Hles CAPUIXN tI the best resew slated S*ell Telephone *Ompenle. phone oempnlem Is It possible in
B A I 6t dey-r.e.sa thee achg s a" feverish. We wn theens of milean of long a *ell Telephone *Ieet anim
l l M 1- y*eMm- ~ am-. -- c- th-e eoM oad restores dlamee tn*e In the seven Stotes ,In aek for "Leg Distanse and be pa
WW an estao for i animal editlo e ms. It's -e-ld- e .eta whteh we operatee and In adiditien eon emmunleatlen with almot any i m
otfh am thmu meodaisaly. lh 25 kad Na tat drugs eoanet any telephm Is'eor system In the entry.
ie- ba- I beft Me s ntores. wIth lines Ostanlng to any ether city This vast network of wifes, m J
Si Ina wMoi a Sell Telophne system Is Ing threIgheut the nation, @e io
I*aw os worth w me ho sme oes s a operas daily In o emmeree and so o s p ,
tbthem ho YOu-0o matter w11t it 1w- These long cleanse liNs sra of the poem by the banker, the farmer ao
01w sr Why a want a. will be a goeM investment meta moden and Improve od construe tnane In all walks of lif ad e
WTt y At? tion and ar e malntalsne at a hlgh plant here Is an Important Inak IN*
wia w we on,"Wecntm afs 1 askt rhu Ibo ltch, hIves,
II Dab IfB| m by be smedib advertaed herpes, scabloe-Doaa's u ent At -
SaSo uthern Bel Telephone

SI --AMIMTIAN1 AF N IThATK IN 1 All I and Tolaru.m k u nmh-*ma


IUIAIMI UI IIIIkAIU III JUIL

n-d w a" By A. W. BLAIR
S* Fds Agricultural Experiment Station
b-lltaf~ta---- flk-U Ik' w ^^B .&j~ h-k ~ b- wk -h .-RB--k- U.^^b~~


Plat take up the rater portion of their atragm Ia the nprm of
ItratOs, wht are tm I y simple substances whe compared with tbe'kumus
ftm whkb tdey are s largely drawn. TIeoe ftefW O are metly etOborated
'ti e -ao th~ah omaeteass they are sppied dttly la the term of
aItW at aM or Hmae at potash. It i Important that the farmer should
ed.i-. di. am ftvrable asll o mditis- a the femma- t of atrI
Sof *9swmiie; Wb r"*sol- a eadit ons assa a ot only a
edudll m, t mwy vTem a s o at pm
New NIates Arem iq*ve.-
Ntrem is loumd n i the humus o Mill, ad in the anlatl aad
v-stale -materials aed as fertiligers, but it e~ In these as complex omn-
peneda wbh are t soluble, sad thereor esanot be directly uaed by
plats. Teose complex substances mnot be balMM p taito simpler ones.
&d the amtr go must become a part of a empound that Is soluble. to order
that It may be take up by pleats. This is effcted by microscopic organisms
ailed bacteria. Tbey setse upon the organmc matter In the soil-dead roots.
stoas, leaves, grass, stubble. manure, cottonseed meal. dried blood. the re-
mains of animals, etc.-and break It up Into simpler compounds. somewhat
as if It had passed tbroughb a re. Carbon oxide is given off and ammonia
and water are formed. This ammonia is la turn attacked by other bar-
teria and converted through an Intermediate stAe, Into nitric acid. which
unites with a base (if thge are" sufficient bases present) to form a nitrate.
If Ulme, potash. oda. or jAanesia are present. then there may be formed
nitrate of lime (or calciuA nitrate), sodium nitrate. potassium nitrate,. and
magnesium nitrate-all of which are soluble In water and can be taken up
by plants. Nitrate of soda acts more quickly as a manure than mulphate of
ammonie. because the former is taken up more or Ietsc directly by the
pleat,. while the latter probably nearly always passe., by bacterial action.
indirectly Into the nitrate. That sulphate of ammonia i.n converted into a
nitrate is proved by the fact that when it is applied to the oil. there .. a
rapid Inresse of nitrates.
Conditioes Favoring the Formation of Nitrates.
The following are some of the conditions requilite* to tIhe fori iatitl n of
altrate in the soil: (1) the nitrifying bacteria uiubt be lire~.int 1:1 ufft'It'lt
quantities; (2) the temperature mu.t not Ie below about 41 derees. V nor
above 131 degrees r the nuiot favorable sarmth ItlingiK ali.t i:* or !** V .
43) sunlight must be abhe.it. i41 a reasonable sujpl1 of nolii.tlrre ih required.
16) there must be free circulation of air, aind 1i6 there ii.u.t tIn a base
present with which the iiltric acid that i, foriii d iijal unit. In tihr ,it
lence of a ba '. (this lnitric m id ra-" ( i. injin i"ni- l l Ii (tit .1 i a
.ltrate ar ,, firn i, r:ii % iin rand lan .il that. e11 ; .1 1
hun uii If tithe r o m ditii t 1r 1ac I.itI I- tie i iaie 1 l i.>i'ill)
antd In, larK.r ai.a.(lI I< ai l tI, a f< % nl hti. I,. ti,. -Il. -. thal. i at a
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Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Gratn, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
SOUTN M saS sUAIU --- OAINEVILLE, FLORIA
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be rtteewued.


ml atewm e know CURRENT COMMENT.
w' Therefore be ----
4 and advertie lIn The Chicak o Record Hvrald tays
People wboe prrtaci;A buas ess .t:
40=-. to keep basicess unw.ttled w.:. aTe
S s yesterday ot I comparatirely casy work u=ti i &.ter
ft- tg crops. but taid the adoption of a newz tr: sc.ted)e
o j mt, thus betag and in the m'ant:me thty- cax ha'e a
Ine chance to th::k up; n w wtetes
a for the promotion of unrest to be t-c
Speop who uca. but tInto operation bht' all the old dodges
AsvU with poultry. have been disposed cf."
oteI not the keeoest j The Washington Herald sys We
have said before,. and we say it a azn.
*' te public is with Dr. Wiley. atrt
i SMra lW Trelvet beens and oL t his pure food A fh:--wth
l Ies cotton., is the I him bcaue Lt is a:ngC hi.s w"-'A
Slll; d" we hope our int behalf ,.," the consun-er a ,a:nst tbe


Iftp 1l eear and beed it

I bltt ot The Sun that
r i the county is not
b be bIM el by a corre-
We am mily too glad to
SIt Is ftal hed us.

I WMam t of rmidence
eu-. a d the comi in
e t protfelocal men.
bit ee the attractive-
NM[ v Iand the activity of


unworthy marufs.turryv Cbhar pion
of the consumer are few and far be-
twee.n m this~ cuntr>. mort the pot%.
and it is no wondr-r Old lI.-ax has
had the crowd with him despite thb
stumbling blocks and the embarras.s
ment throw n in his way. The fight
for absolutec'. pure food in this coxin-
try has not ended yet. and it will not
end short of co p.lete victoryy Like,
the fight for civic purity. It is deot:ned
to hb a long one and bitterly contest
by the embattled hosts of greed and
hv)ocrisw Bunt it will win oumt ulti


S s Not are making mately; never fear for taut!"
tMe of returning home The Philadelphia Record sa.r9
4C a few warm days 'Geore Washington wa first inaucu-
lt we1 ek. It's dollars to rated on April 30. 17,9; h- bt cd in-
ft M M of them will run auuration took place on March 4.
1793. His Afrst term. thereref.e was
only three years, ten months and four,
SMpIe are happy over the days. The constitution makes the
Sft retary of the Navy President's term four ).aro. and the
Oh aWder closing the navy first Preridt-nt %as cltArly cheated
*l lact It would have out of one month and ttntit -?ix dalvaI
18 tb the Deep Water City of thtt ex-lPres.ident Rto-e':t callt-d
li ben closed There i 'a bull) tnime. Hut in Washingrtonsi
ft= the Gulf Coast so time thy did not mind a f.t datv
*itaed for the location of more or le-i atid StIat. letter of the' cou-t:tution had .ot rt
Iw'-conft fa.,Litnalatl It is true that
News is urgit,g the there is no way of r.turun.; ti the
6*4r. Mlrphree. pretid.nt of first .racti' a. d i..au:urat.:.;& Pr .->
MOC44W for W'oUan at Talla- >l. ts at a TImN- rUor. a..t> A .ti- ITor
pr idenct.s of t*t. Qtat. e.nair u ntit n.- w:'h. t .h,.Ii:,; a t
Dr. a MNurpbre- ha d. nui th- tirm '.ft ,r :i.ri. rn i .- u
l ability to do thiing.. asid -... rs thi, e on. i .t:: i 1.! t,1 .i t -%
Mll a heart. weClrolit' I. dat P. that %, r. ('tt t ff \la-:i!,L't..
l. rrom Sbhat ,.1 know. flrn-t t.rr. atnd .n!> a c-i ,:.t: 'i.a!
S People of Tallaha,,i., -ia eindit vil p t!l lI rl.it t tl.i
b"Sinsy object to giving
F "()U dA'iiih fI r thl I, .if ai.,l l l.;>d
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Cerificates


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Resident f Alachua

a Beautiful Howard

Valued at $3,150.


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TEST


County Wil

Piano, and 18

Furnished by


Tems & a ffrdi Pian Co.,.Sole Repre

suaem of The R. S. Hmowrd Co. of Miai,

The Ctest t he Cdute by THE SUN in

Bhalf i B & Safford. : : : : :


$3,550.00
One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the person
ding in te County of Alachua who receives the highest
number of vote between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : : : :


Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a frst or initial payment on a ndw Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
Toltb lig-SsMqeSNmtN tmlabMhIriMk ter.......SI&W08
Toe a MeMM ik Smi dMli Ilm t aN be W fo ir =IA for....... S...176A
To tki .*rrmu;d-NO-E.mfa-fi rk" r......- ..- $1SUI
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all reApects there-
Sto will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get

Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
or every cenat paid into their establishment for
goods which they handle:
The GiQneeville Hardware Co.
Phifer bree.
Hyde & Teoch.
WkMere Vtes May Be Cast
Ballot boxn will be found In the establish.
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
Sun oece. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Votina Contest Department of The Sun,
GOalneville. Florida.


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living la
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the cout.at or vouched for by onime reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative of the pro-
prietors of the above-named firms are 4*gtble to
participate in this contest, and will iarticipate sl
no nmanner.
3. In the eveut of a misunderstanding between
candidates or others Interested In this (,outest
such controversy may be referred to the Co-*
ductors of contest, who alone are thet persoB
qualified to render declilons.
4. In the event a candidate decides to with-
draw from the race, such candidate sill not be
allowed to transfer votes to the cr .it utl uLt-wr
candidate in the contestL


THE DAILY ST7N
$1.26-Thres months' subscription .................... 400 votes 500 votes
$2.50-Six months' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes 1.200 votes
$6.00-One year's subscription ............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 vote$
For a club cf 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 votN
Tltr.F i1 inu limit to th iti. iuiil.r of d iil .uac li v.lu it,*, t .it .l t' ** 't, '.
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00- One year' isubscriptiti. ............. .. ........ ..... vot
For a club of five oue.year i. ,scriptivLS ........ ... ... ............. .. 4.000 vote4
1 ln r I- < l ) h it t oo lH it, wi il *t r itf lt nit 4. ,w v o'i l itt t. tiit IIIn Y <"*<*' '


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TSII DREAMS


6-bpItYWthwmWh~ic h
iwk w isIn Sleep

$ swANBE EXPERIENCES

mo aWhoeb LifvetiNorsMa
I O oDreamef'of% a Few MO
lop4oSU Results ef a Oreenm
~ b..- Noted pavahoaoinaLa


W9--S w ....-. ... ..n. colnt cont 1tim ,of .yruip of Iig and
o*qivwfkt' of dreams which. as 1lixir of .S nna, the ('.hirwnima F:ig Syrup
a" teritli.tle Dr. Clarke Co. prwOwcse al,.n .thwal lines and relies
aOW at a life that has neither
F miW end ard Is bouded by on the merait of th laxative for it remark.
eWr bnuman thought can ablI suc~e*.
Sthe rapidity with whi h That sm one of many reason wb
*- Is the dream word. Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Suns is sivre
o! sdSwp and dreaming. we the mr ce by the Wel-anformed.
Matim.e a minute;
4e ti0 e that is scarcely To get its benefiial effect, always by
@ smresd we eas through the geuuine-manufactured by the (M-
1tWt c"ald not be dellkcat- fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for rle
-b sbd et esphr a IwNI by al mk"e" drn ista. Pres My se mo
a-- t pw botle.
lste telajt that t e 'ht
g- mprisoemed and under sen-
d Oath. e dreamed that he Wha Tmvelers Leave
i burm at a Pars street "Of the thousand and eight things
Iwg-n he wtuese-d a toan left at hotels from time to time." re-
lb at of hrrowlag Cweae marked the hotel clerk. "*rawor stnrop,
H ery @- of wkh wrbwgha bae the other commaidlth pushed
e/ highedMat pitch of ewaegW t cros the bo ter in point of uumibrsx


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I i he wd be foud tI bout 10 per cent of the people wh
e e Meep less than two aln- bare rauor strops In their grips leave
them behind. Of course the reason i
Ii west experiment. made that the strop Is hanging sp on a nai
S Ia t the treth of them out of sight somewhere when the ma
S11sel r was aroused from packs up. and he doesn't think abou
S is w drops of water tbeig IL His comb and brusb are right o0
l hi forehead. It took th dreser before him, and that'
to aompUsh this re- easy.
io that Incalculably brief "Next to rasor strop, tbogh no
Uo tie the man dreamed of hustling the strops for position. com
W se ewrrlon; of an accide t the nightles of both lenders. A goo
Ie was plungd into a lake. many mend back after them. but a lo
Itheles struggle to escape more people who leave them behl
t hilewed an the experlencea Just abandon them. After so long we
e Ieed to sbh before hlm, give them to charitable Institutions
g & u said to appear to a Then there are toothbrushes, slippery
- W1- in etmlly drowns. I combs. curUng Irons, oap boxes"
k11M bkhkkters. PfTemor clotbhebrusbes and a list of otber
10 fe Carnell unvlraesty told thilg, left behind lon-er than an e
1 atb o hi experlkce. As a pense aneount every mwoth. People,
S ology be Intereted are Just that forgettul."-New York
6 &-ams. like a true scien- P
*gee set about gathering data.
dto iaknow what caused Told it In Rhyme.
SwSlWe they came from. what The late Rev. John Skinrp-r, author,
tgasW mad all that. He deter- of "Annals of S otthmb Epl-''iarvy."
Swah himself when be lept first to a charge on
wake himself at once when trws. whence te wal s r'usem' l t e
myself dreaming something: nanff and ultimately to orfar. Aft
gI wit a notebook on a er he had left MontrmNe It reached his
b& mear his twd. be forced ear that in ill natured nsinuntlon
I wakes for several nights was circulating there that lie had been
wIe down. while the drkam
lWerevivid. his remora-tInduaqf! to leave this town by the
ot the details and by a study temtatlou r, o tter ini meaud t
the bed and his physic. at lprk. whlb. It would alar ws
attempt to arrive at the lentiful ln the ali, f l. new n-
C e of hin dreams. ( fcumlhi*Iey. Indign.mnt at such an as-
ie pitls on famously. One Prsa10on, he wrote a letiu*r. direaled to
It had a parti.ulnrly vivid his nr allrers, vildiaoler blaio eilf
sla arordance with hli prae-, harly from it. whihb he showed to
ibeed himself to awake and his grnndfathe'r. J,*hn Skinner of
edLangside. fbr hse to iprovl. The told
Write down clearly every- La -. n
it It. then welt bImk to sleep gent lenan bjcted to It .: to. legth
t the aext morning he arose e mnd pr4oinled the following pithy sub
I UMaaded to see th-it hlil note stilulte:
Maak. He r'meunNrerd pos- ltal Skiiner i .en of carnal mind.
V tMasku. -He r enr A As P'rin ** : uppl w.
t1e M o bhe had set down or l1..l- t-,' .t. 11.1 f I swire
11 the middle of the |Ire'oeding I;t. .1 : I r ati e cft M,,ntrome
P lexmt slibt again he wrote' -"Re:l;.ci.(: e. t-s of IDean Itamuazy."
4M11 DoW after hib dreams. only
f awse uncanny sensation 1 want advertising a a force which
1 0erming at finding nothing you can harness. and wihb which yos
Iclcrumstances met him to can drive your plans hud purposes
That night he Impressed to any desired destlnatk
ai before dropping off into Some article that is simply "in the


A- e m rut awaken with isb
r If not with that. with
W Omam. Subsequently this
ianepang command deliver-'
was preent all through
taMrlouaness W en the
of a vivid dream came be-
llleyr be felt hiufltif awaken.
8I 0 about writing down the
lt the pad at his table.
%11 h that from miimise ur, e
**l 1 louIwlta i ht' f'.t r'! lhe .ma
ale to awake. ullt.,ti,, hie
St t ih a t to be In full Inomes
*is ormnl fiaulties. His e.ves
*d the e ret was out lie
:hWf lying itn wil. where lie
I aN that night lls ri.lii t
Msan nhall h lo '-t, t., oe1 1 iu0 1 i
that tkW L b 4I l dil ..i 'tl I b.l
_'- ale tm h;a I u.,i,,l aIlt t ui'pt..
U b a ti) 5 l-,, o i'..,r that It
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JACUMmLLnA.


The
General Demand'
o( the' 1Vcll-Itaf-eriiii 1 #4 t:e W'wi.Iha"
at'.' ay lw-rn few a 'aw;4' 4e's~nta&W
effc'geamt Iiipia'l- 1xiaivo ~'r,-w'l)wy (v(know
value; a Lv~utivv lith a hye m j'i'uanscuuM~d
sacto for fawnly III,"-P1aiO(it-s em.
prncnt parts :arve kiimoan tea tlwvn to be
whoilesome andi trimly lwineficial in effect,
hcceptalke' to the -l.-te~m ant 1' ntle.yet
im np ,III If'?. it


The Yorkshireman.
There is a characteristic limpae (of
Yorkshire downrightnesss" In the pub-
llshed reminlacenues of an English
clergyman:
At my Institution to rpham a re-
tired colonial blsbop. about to take an
Eaillsh benefice. Mid: "Well. you and
I have worked both in north and
south. In what points do you consider
that they differ "Oh. my lord." I
answered. "I can soon tell you that.
If a Torkshireman thinks you a fool
be comes and tells you so to your face.
Down here they go and tell somebody
else." "You have exactly bit it." said
the bishop. *The difference could not
be better deserlbed."
Yorkshire regard for the pocket the
aforesaid clergyman Illustrates In this
anecdote:
A groom being asked bow long be
lived In the south replied. "Twenty
years." "What! Have you. a Tork-
ahireman. lived twenty years down
here and not made your fortune?"
"Eb." answered the man. "but meas-
tber were T4kshlre too."

Nerag Punny About It.
Scene-A drugglst's shop In a small
Scotch village, which. as usual with
drusggW' shops similarly situated. Is
the general emporium for all sorts of
merchandise. Cycling tourist enters
and paT bases a cigar, after lighting
which be attempts to draw the pro-
prieter Into conversation. but the lat-
ter seems reticent.
The tourist. nfter passuig some re
marks on the weather, asked. "Ion't
you feel trade dull at time. in this lit-
tle village. hemlst?'
"Oh. well." replied the drurglist. "I
"canna cm ul-l'il. But. excuse me. mlas
ter. I diona alloo smoking' In m!y
habp."
"'Indeial'" s aid the tourist. "That Is
struniue. You sell tfolni'.c anid <'lZirp
and still don't l-'rinit siiol.Iiin il your
shop It is renitly rather funny.'
"O)u. ionn." was tlihe rf'13|. "*tIrer*'
naething funiany aubLNt it. I mell a rsei-
i'. blit I i ',aia h,'l.o .ye lo c('o u it JUl-
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vind moirp roirffiel. anid It 14AI viait %ain
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a drl'.'inz civiue'tiltien setit a ball u
carry of =M11 yards. the Peoiond lks'.'rr
returting cthe an'dexet dlstsince of 2.n
yards. Vet neither of throse two pliay-
ers could ap3)raoios the driving Cape-
billites of gnod amateur go~lfer.--
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question not of "how cheap, but of "howpod."

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iaw'ows; Tat.alay matinve, ArteAs' concert; Tuemiay might, Cateine, got
CREATION ," with the Jacksonville Choral Society of 250 tralme vasm m d
New York Sympiaony (Prdam~tra mWi solojut. IKAiMON TICKMS $Llif
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SWf ImuiR Ig. kI.:ter seod NOW boear all wre done. Addves W~99es
PSPUAU M ILIMCAL Assomtroorc, k. V. Pierme, M. ID..4di W .
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THE DAILY 8UN: OAINESVILI !, FIOItRIA. MARCH II. 1909


CITYAND

CONDENSED

Wp GENERAL INTEREST
gy SUN REPORTERL

app0e0ed and What Is Goe
apppen-Pereenal and
in ene of the City.

j, NMaIl ticket at ithetfor rl

L Meltonl of .1Micaur11 '1 i-
i yesterday
C J. Perry of Rochelle a,
i the city y.sterda).
attention paid to ladles"
*g 3 oherfor'"s Restaurant.
the picture man of Mica
o a visitor to the cit.v yester

McCreary went to Jackson-
to take in the "Woman

g Mrs. Lucian Montgomer)
were among the visitors

the electric Theatre tonitt
gjhel a Whaor. also the high-
on" pictures. Ten cents only.
ma sesmb has returned from
wersb he went to Investigate
al ers for the A. C. L. railway.
IL alwis of Kanapaha was In
yastrday. He was en route
frlags on a short business

A Rivers of Alachua. one of the
Mm etisens of that section.
s welcome visitor to this office

SLilft Craig Bowers of Daytona
ft the city yesterday to be
MW at the marriage of her friend.
I A"e Thomas.
O1. L 8. Maddox of Palatka ar-
P Is lse city yesterday and will
ld t asext few days here visiting
t st, Mrs. G. P. Long.
crates; sawn slats; two-
pb1 -manufacture our usual
of excellence. Ask our lo-
Let us bock four order.
lmber Co.. Micanopy. Fla.
ir lest Worker, Society of the
hsbtirterian Church will meet
) IrnMooM at the residence of
N hma Robertson. on Alachua
11 at 3:30 o'clock. A full attend-


GaInesville Iodge No
t B. P. 0. 3.-Meets
tonight at 7:30 o'clock
i Elks' Home. Visit.
1mg brothers cordially
welcomed. R. & Davis,
5. M. Dll. Jr. Secretary,


N ONKEY MAKE MONEY!
SeamllUg and selecting a pair of
n uetyleF ina ladie'a-' Oxford Tihs.
5 Aiaw-'utb of latest shape--.
SI' ahciWal in Humf.r 8e S hoe,.
*U s*ew goods just from t he
6"". Prices tloer than enter before'.
1 i VU fully guarantet.-.d You can
kao tak,. 1, taklicg ad anti.it.
Ptkr.


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Cedir Ko- ) 1yte-rit. do) at. I night,.
at fluitherf~irds Be turanti


A DELICHTFUL TEA.


I#IE .% NlJ#, ,tol ..%I- Mesdamves Rolfa$ nd Scott Entertarin


trawt-;t. tiie aln l iai c? .



Sparing -
4;. ued ge itle hi r-a stawl 0if- itti nude.
I ireci INlljoi..Ki lr %a Iv App;l% to J.


Wednesday Aftermoon.



%ih lia i %et i-. aa=Iv~ie icat itiill -m a 6'i N.
adfez :e". and the 404.4 a-,14#1 a, a-i~
I' .t.jq i e-d bi all lorf'-mtw


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\\ I A 1i \-i # %.. i e i I, llih t I* ii
itI .ll ill.| IN tH .1 illl-li'i -- 1t11 t.)lt
I'!: niik- Chill Ton:c i1 guaranteed to
'uo,. (lil (** .r. .-eo>!s and lagrie~pe
'rim .2.-. Sold I) W. N1. Jolnson.
Th, large- :nmilid in.- .igihtl) at the.
-.!- e' i. i'T'h*:etr1 I- 0 0%w a high a|lire iaj
tian fIr .ohn Ennor and hisa tt% -
*logu*-.
It. F. Matthews. accoml|anied by his
,laughter. Mis Ellxabeth. of Tacoma.
were among the visitors to the city
yesterday .
Claude Devenau. formerly of this
city, but who is now making his home
at Ocala, is visiting relatives here for
the next few days.
J. H. Martin, one of the merchants
of Wilcox. was a business visitor to
Galnesville yesterday. While here he
was a caller at this office.
Mrs. J. V. Burke of Jacksonville is
in the city on a visit to her daughter.
Mrs. J. R. Merchant. and will spend
the next several days here.
Chickering. Knabe. Mathushek,
Flacher and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L. Hill.
Planos for rent or exchange.
G. W. Miller. member of the school
board from Trenton, is among the
visitors to the city. He is also a suc-
cessful merchant of that place.
Dan Chesser of LaCrosse was among
the out-of-town visitors to the city
yesterday. "Uncle Dan" made an ap-
preciated call at this office while here.
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. 1'. has been postponed until
March 23. at which time it will tw
held at the home of Mrs. W. R.
Thomas.
C. W. Bauknight. an extensive
merchant of Archer and one of the
largest cotton buyers of that section.
was transacting business in the city
yesterday.
Mrs. E. E. Cannon and children left
yesterday for &Saford. Del.. where
they will send the next several
weeks visiting relatives in that part
of t he country. 4
John Ennor. with his finely illus-
'rated travel lectures and the usual
moving pictures constitute an unequal-
led eveniinig' enst rainlilent. Then it
costs only ten ***nts .
"Dr. Thornma' Electric Oil is the
test remedy for that often fatal dis-
ease-croup. Has been used with
success in our family for eight years."
Mrs. L. Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Lucille ('olclough delemrted yes-
terday for Jackson) lle. where she
will s lenid the next few weeks. Dur-
ing her %iblt h,' will be Ihe guest of
her friend. Mrs .oel Tucker,. a form.
er resident of Archer
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by W. L. L4Grande; city water. elec
trick lights, sewerage. bath. and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. H. McCreary or Sun office.
Mrs C V McKinstry and little' on
have returned to their home at Tioga
after e,eeral da.Vt i,.lasautl'v Ipent
ithr r.Ilatl,.- here Tre-' werr. at(
conliiani.ld l, Ml.,ss Allie .'a or w ho
will .pe iind lie i xt wt 'k e her,.
Mrs \w I. 1111. 4r whl lha.- Iete
l>i tidli>g thee j,.e.t winter I11 tte .- (11<
r.. eirt -*llI te he "t he *tl ,t %'l;i lan i, *l.
elni N "' ,.-t. eIe '. Shi' i- ell
ll. t-a w it ti t il e 4 ,t l d a ill hi tk'
h. r v'ni(' r-. Put,. ree etlsrl' tli feetur.


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I % 1 uL : I k 1!- ,' I -t- `1 .1 -r 1 *i. -
Ii| I Ih ,'.i \, l ,ifr Ii!ilion ro ii ',
: t. lit kiiil-. il t ,, -' r.' ,-pli-i' .' I
311I11 t; oi0 ltltl I t.t cr1gr l, -t
IU .Ita ir of l iff< i. i t %.> ,i tie s f tli'
tre awiarded a daint% pin cilshiion I Mr:
K C M1l- iodl was the' a iner of this
lariz.. a while Mrs. tioch.t.t--e -. woi
the bN)tl)y
Dainty refreshments ,were then
-'r ,ed.
One of those rare plants known as
the orchid was in full bloom In the
conservatory. and it was greatly ad-
mired by the guests. some of whom
had never seen one before.
Mesdames Rolfs and Scott proved
themselves adepts at entertaining, and
their guests of yesterday hope to have
the pleasure of partaking of thel%
behospitallty agaln moon.

DIFFERENT SESSION.

Health Institute Will Have Three
iSeesene While Here.
There will be three sessions held at
the Health InsaUtute which is to con-
vene In this city on the eighteenth of
this month, and the ladles in charge
of the affair desire the hearty co-opera-
tion oT everyone In the city to make
it a succea.
It is to be arranged so that one
of these sessions will probably be de-
voted exclusively to the colored peo-
ple, while the other two will be for
the white people.
Everywhere these Institutes have
been held they have already worked
wonders, much good has been derived
from the meetings, and with the hear-
ty support of all churches. organism
tlons and the public generally the day
set apart for Gainesville will doubt-
less be a glorious success In the
crusade against tuberculosis.
The ladies especially desire that
as many of the citizens In the towns
and country as possible attend, and
take |art In making this affair all
that could be desired.

JJ. Hlaymans of Lochloosa is In
the city looking after his extensive
pirolerty interests and also paying a
Ahort %isit to his family.
Ten cents for a dollar exhibition.
That is what you get at the Electric
Theatre with the moving pictures and
John Enlior in his illustrated travel
talks.
.Mrs. E. C. Chitty of Micanopy was
among the visitors to the city yester
day. She was accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Belle, and they spent
the day as the guests of Mrs. J. Fletch-
er Hill
Stra)ed--One small. light-yellow
cow. about 5 years old, unmarked:
short crumple horn; left Trenton, Fla..
late Sunday afternoon. March 7. 1909.
For reward write to W. F. Love. Tren-
ton. Fla.
We offer the choicest accommoda-
tlona. food and ierice and are glad to
-*xtend commercial rates to our patrons
in the (cit. ad vicinity, vix: Single
lehazit r( M)i 2 ZJ per day; luxun
rious room.' with private bath. $3 00,
-itleh nie.l.-. 7.,H.; superior table
Hio~ard $,, hee per week. lirown Holuo .
.Mr I-ll za. I th Smith will la-a e to
ala. fur ()rnge, IPerk. where he' will
,I l hl < -i.l w a k ble-ore' prla C**'ll

*i i a i, el 1 lhid i .a i ticc;itl,, luel. regr, I
a.? la ? r h lllh hi. ti it le ii I r, .'-
liii lina t I \ w *' k- aeilill i i- t I hist
i. ".i ii0 I ,6t -,' 1l l It i I f all .l Fer i


-TOU HAVE 10 TOUR CREDIT IN THIS BANK-


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sii igdN (11will III W~t~vr find la eoriial welcome in
miIF1 4tlbkiiig r()4li~.

Ma~tke* ur 'laire.'i esadq uartenr-every ecolve-
mie~i(*4' ilTrdo ti te maike our place pe jen~it
141 oei;grtevaI .! t~it t Io- who call to Pee im~



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5C@t* PerULi

FOR RENT.

FOR RENT-ive-room eottage. A
ply 200 Liberty atret.

WANTEI-To. rent two cottages;
close In. Apply at Telegraph 1rie

TO RENT-- rulashed bhose, all ta-
provement. good ix; 20 B. Me-
chaane. Apply after 2:30 or P. O.
Box 25. Balls.

FOR RKNT-Fivroom eaottage e
block next to sgur; city water,
eklotr c ihts. bath room ad all
modw convenieee. Apply at this
office.

FOR SALLY

FOR BALE-Two five-foot show cases.
A. J. Vidal.

POR 4ALE-Typowriter ribbons, both
copy, and record. 75 costs sac.
SuB office.

FOR SALE-rurnlture formerly own-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Grieves. Par-
ties wishing odd pieces will do well
to call at 808 North University
street Thursday and Friday. Oso.
P. Long.


LOST.


LOST--One old Colts refbiver. 32 call-
bre. 6-inch barrel, rubber handle.
Return same to Sun office and re
celve $1 reward.

WANTED-MALE HELP.

WANTED- Young printer of ordinary
experience, who desires to better
learn trade. to act as galley boy. et
heads. distribute and set type oc-
casionally. and do general work as
assistant to foreman. Must be
steady and of good habits. Apply
at this office

WANTED.
NEW POST OFFICE HBUILDING-Any-
one wishing to supply the cow-
tractors with sand. crushed rock,
gravel. brick, or other build a m-
terial. or to make sub-contracts for
excavation. or any part of the work.
will |Ih-ase communicate with King
Luinumtr Co.. Charlottesville. Va.,
General Contractors.


SPECIAL NOTICL


ltiF'FMAN., the celebrated German
C( i h stallion. will muak. this season
ait Cra ford & DI % l' stables. Terms
re-duced )10 service fee. cash In ad
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OAININVILLE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1909


ONE IW lJlNAI A Y&AY


1ST BE "'lm THIRTY LEFT DEAD IN
NEXENSES rc .R THE PATH OF TORNAM
L01cOLX Neb.. March 9.-Ruth
Levl o deftdaughterw of William J.
W..m=. Bryan, was today granted a divorce
h "fr WlMan Leavitt. he alleged _- -.
SN,-- t Ey ibN km Town
MK LaSM "sand baIr elerel adppe.'-

trat'd to the .psupprt atb i wlas.
9 -ROW Nh ws-- wa dnsIt es. Mrs. LAv"tt M U BRINKLT. Arf.. March I.-Thirt Cypress avenue, two principal thl
Sl dreL .tyo or mor* ves were as ed eot, eaghbres of the town. are new am
Sixty peoe we r 4 a aed ad paseable sad piled hish with wreM
1| H i u1: piM mT, M-ropWerty timat..s to wrth Sl.* age from end to end.
-*MO.O was dest ased a s a sest at verfy business house i ia ruoe
-M CANOIP mFY, M ar V.- 1. W. theto tred whth wi eed thins M aSd thereis hardly a home that bk
Otft-, r aM tste cUy l11 a1 1t. aOftheh eamt tekw m heu a tst at lest -- the los of a r tt
w to N--ethr asB the uemas of Mrs. iertoee are whito people, as tlws: or wi g. The Arlington Hotel g
Ma t I m l J.i. bmestm Dr. Wad".S preach-M. Rd, totally e ebed hty
lot A10 .I0.e two ermms s mm 11 a m. at l Reed as d e ed. C Porter were registered there, but all esma
-low as&f mthe P besbdIsD s re m-ad at 7:3 Pt, J. L Srrett. Harry Slovall, k samred. The Briankley Hose
o--t" Jat tam.. He .* iMrs. = "hel Pllips. Mrs. Belle Southern Hotel and Kelley Hotel wes
.l i at--t----epMi He a i e H IDardea. two ehldMre of Mrs. Dardea all destroyed without loss of life.
f3ao Charles Prease, A. M. Hood. ad an Relief quads have been at work an
e li Ta .aw sMeatlMed uan. day earang for the dead and lajwe.t
S M J. W. Chamberlio Tae a Mwas Among the more sertoisy laeroed The Rock Island sad Cotton Belt Ra&
ni d fw nth istring.ar e: ways have placed cars at the dispeui
40 aead Wr te- L 3. Wade aonnl Maines 0. K. Dowle. side and akle ernash- e the relief committee and asay .pe
Sti- i4 S =- t g st8 oat Dr. H C. CrawMrd for a ed; Mrs. H. Masse arm breea pie are leaving Briakley. seeking a
S1b ft twy a e wwee He likes the climate of and seriously brulted- Dasiel Cam- temporary refuge at other points
At--0-g -_ s .tat e l Injured about head; Robert nearby. The dead were seat te
% JM. MlI Iee e 3.e l ws MetoaAt- Alenxader, badly bruised; Mrs. ClaMde Helena from which point Internmet
:06 Wa f *MimQ-M I IMmaks prtant o for e about body; D. V. Do- will take place.
n Cemsad a w days. mesfey, wounded about head; Johb .I
SSr the s. P.O ra. ocalIsWaddell of Memphis. cut about head; dre Are emete.
,o U gwm gtw dams at her hbo sear this Thomas 3N... badly bruised; Arthur aRak this afternoon in response .o a
m :MM of s AM Rose. crushed by timbers; Miss DWay I call n the citiznas committee. He
-on bd '40 Mrs. W. C.* Jhson has tu d Ro. seriously bruised; Mrs. J. Ihas the situation well In hand sad
Sa i froma a visit to frtads to Jae Morelock. both limbs broken: Mrs. says food. clothing and shelter are
re d to h. t John Smith. based about head aid t thi most needful. Hundreds
o: eat w =beep Mrs. 0. L. Baymrd is visiting chest. ward Uvingaton.hip d of people are homeless and are wan-
triends lIn Jaksvs be' r a few days. w dering about seeking a temnixrary
3SL. t S o a ha tw backI injured; J. A. Stewart. bruised abode. Three sieclal trains arrived
O dmatsd MM Ig ay *ml. was l a toward crushed. abode. Thr cal train arved
____P be staa dT he oy. oOo s reader of the ded and (from neighboring towns yesterday
Judge In o r* -eamMatss Oh 4 11iositURA Mrs. bringing reltef workers. physiclass
wd he 0 18 lie do h vlaitld Mriously inered are negro residents. bringing relf workers. iahy iciass
S adered a a e a W. C. Johnson. sad nurses. The Catholic church has
e8a"tN It is pow Capt. D. C. Hart has gone to Jack- DetrueteW .ie Terade' Path. Been converted Into a hospital and
o sal I. KlSaredes. -- onvilUe to spend a few days with The tornado hovered about the city here the doctors and nurses are caring
O 0 Aabn d ad |a g W e he h is daugljter. Mrs. Little Norwood. only a few minutes but Its work of for the injured. The citizn';i of
0"1 Wt S Nrw M m- W. R. Carter a1d 5 aiily of Bartow destruction was complete. The Rom- Helena have generously offered the
4| ga ne visiting Capt. J. W. Carter. an Catholic church, standing directly use of their homes for the destitute
o 4 f ~ t '--- da-_* dlam We are agld to hear that Miss S nlu the path of the storm alone es- Mass meetings hate been cn!led for
a* gp1 madar alad a e n 8M sSmith will morm he out after be coped damage or destruction and today In Memphis. Little Rock and
L. "t" the later. ig cofnaed several days ith an at- stands tonight a grim sentinel on a other cities to raise funds arnd Sup
s gO e gM*amimgajs; J. tack of fever. scene of desolation. Main street and pliee for the storm victims.


40 m aods of a sIma f Jamd
P g ab Vts a--d e-ihs 3. U L ea both
S d whem r Se etem Mr. Overew 's
ato. o aVe
Sis betoag resBa d that C. Hep-
sow busm whfto 'eatd g appolameat
.1 to i Aeamauils plimeipal dwty of
9WA b to t rlto reieads, hes
o w es bab sghare" by his op
00 ON t40 with being the ehedleat
s serea J. .W. Mythe, ersl nw
r so Now6 the w ro n tg reaLad. He
F N INS agmua several measures. how-
*er. to wh Mythe was reported
-i S m am CaL. HepBura's
MMR, Ie& be and the m ar lta
8eW p4l1t leader have argely ieme
l ogd mg er.


t IU Few Wea were and the los wW probably
OW-ad _reaIh AM.e. with about 910.000 in-
U W. The bame sumes..
"a 4b mlas- sa oe to The re started a great deal of ex.
WO M MatW*e aatesd,*aL both to Orange City and
1 em am ad)ob- DeLoad. may cities of this place
I d eideea s ad driving over to Orasge City to witness
S .mm the treet the be. The DeLand Breme desert .
big ther with a great deal of credit for their hard
M'aglpeod bt Miss work at the are.


"M btiof sthOr
WOMM ~in s ftsawe
damS be" Wid u"

obs as to un Nols to


Cad of Thanksa
We deire to express our heartfelt
thanks to the maua) friends who wo
khtdly assisted te duri a the recent
lIMeeS ad death of our sea. Archie
We appreelate year w kidases ad fewl
that we are due you a debt of gratl
tade that wi he hard to rpay.
00. WV.CA&MPEUL AND WIKE
qm mmmm umwm I


There is talk of a crate and basket -- m-
factory being built here at an eariy
date. We hope the parties will so
"an l a :i a B. McL. Grady's Store
&Lead and build. as this is a good
Bel for such an enterprise.
Blat Chty has returned home
after completlg his business course
to Jacksoavile.
stopping at the Tuscawilla Hotel for gh p
a few weeks.
The ame of baseball between the HIGH SPRINGS. March 10.-A bold ness is causing his friends much
Gaievil me ad Mi anopy Junlors did and successful robbery was perpetrat- alarm. I reported some better today
et materially. la Saturday. The ed in High springs Monday might. Rev. O. W. Thompson is still con
sorts here were disappointed. when the dry goods store of H. McL. Gaed to his bed. Much sympathy is
A. M. Chamberlin of Tacoma went Grady was entered and goods to the felt for him In his loug illness.
to MUa yesterday as a delegate to the value of nearly $400 stolen The rin P. C. Summers of Itirmingham. Ala.
K. of P. on veatiua. cipal loss was in men's clothing. shoes arrived in town yesterday, suniioned
Several now telephones hate been and hats The entrance was effected to the bedside of his brother, A. E
d here this e at the through a window in the rear by cut- Sutnmmer.
reldeace of W. W. Coleman. one at
S d tB ton un out the panes of glass. The onl>) The etertallimenit at the High
has run allia si frmatke clue found as yet is a pair of the School auditorium ilat FVrda> .v.tiili
Bi ruton lie hey his fave all connected trousers found near the clean for the be"iefit of the piano fuid %at
ionto. They have all onnct dlin establishment of a colored .., .;. *, .,,,. < hUt'Ces The plas iv the
with the Southern Bell exchange here .amed Iortair. lht has been ilated i. h& l-rh, -,v,y-.cci 5. rr.ilt"h
The invitations to the marriage of Ualiwdr arr Hbbt e eTl.ui d. a wlrl other ii mus lltwrs tal
Mrs Sue rillard Feaster of this place u Inder arret rr rc. as th d. as wa ; other r numTh l.rs,
to Mr Bfthau Allen fxon of Lake ,La!t niitht Mr % ratv 7F recei "l nathe tal of the school The.v vre-
ity),un t xte IMh of Mkarc. are out telerai from tihe- herir of Susan assl.ted by .sea.rall ladies sltth i-I
Mr. eate.r's friend h.r l.b h..r tne (.ullt> sai) "g that he had cal.ttir. cal numb.-rp. both lnubrumental alid
all easter hpp friends here h but theY ed three fnii at L .1se Oak who had vocal, also a humnorous rIadliti .v
Oall th1t hphinetss sto sible but thioe of the .tletol ii oiods tl their io.- Mrs. J C C ('ulI.,, and a n .Im -
certaily beate to e her lease seleia[ bIy HIIt Fai toth of which r,
Micknopy We extend <-o.gratulation Mrs .sterilin anr d Mrs P good.t
n advance P ld Wood lft ,,terday to attd th i -
r od of ld t meeting of the (Gaand Iodge KnighKt- As advertising ads the best market
Mrs. ( T Janell of flyatt is in ofA P)thlla "ii Nlll AI, or everything why not for your
A tih' ishliti .er-I h.s t% illh r hes lfa- OTal t persoalso.
town this miornilU n gr VI T
slurt I, II I. 1 4.a *lhe J i It llui I, OiD solution of Copartnership.
Realty Transfers. i; Y lgI (t;e- II Ht Ks. to J N
Probably tii other r 'itt li the. tal. (' ole I T IkMla.s and ile lo t The arm of 1the4 iThBrr ills rof
can bhos up tll tlh- real ,-h.tat. llie-, M Mi.ao- i 11l.ar A \VWilkle Mild lhul & Ma<-ble'l \\W ,rk. wa., thi d.% '1i-
to 'onpaiMll' Is tlh Iai> llt' Hil't- hand toI K.-,itlh Wea4lkr .i,. I1 *| 'le d N- *' mlYtuatl ,tu >its,1%t \% I
M .loIdas tihlre- hais- be-e, thiairteenilij s aid husband to N A ('C lli<,Ai lhir~t h.4 ,sh pi rtha. d te- I I 'nr '
chauge in re-al est.lat tihe- Iimeat.r A it ('ColmnI and sitel to J IH Me ofr A MI l.al5 -in All I,Illa. l, I
part of thin b ti> I l tGat .vlll phR.. Ri Hartille- alid sift to (; firm are I,.'ah. -t I, I i nur i *'
p 'ope.r W Voung. Sarrah 1. kobb and hbil assume, all habllitiv of the matl.,
Polulo lug l the lit. W I. Smith dru to W r Iklhow. I. N Mortui A M LARSkN.
wad wife to J F McKiastry, Jr. W W to W. T Everett M V. Marlow to L W BR DiUT
a to I. W Teming. A. 0 .Ste* J. aohl o GwaNUsw. as, g.... a ,... I


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HER NONCD3IT.A.L

IEADGUARTIRS f DIVISION

DI S I NOW LOCATED HE.L
ADVISEDNxt An- -' Raulear ao fSdy Wil:
f % E Bell Hold in This City.


16 CeN..

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ofkrme


Februy, .Iola


At the recent meeting of the Grand
Arm aO the Republic at St. Petersburs
t was voted to bold the next annual
a ampuaet In GOalesvlle, which will
F dr lg Webru.ry 1e10.
There are twenty-e posts In the
Stat, embraela every sectlos. and as
a marIty at the poets have a large
memberabI many are expected to be
in dmlmoss at the eaeb here.
At St. Perbers reu ns Alhb-
m seauy was "aar hr having o-
Ste b esummse. James or Are eh-
er, dseted the Furka
Deprotunt the euremt year. Dr.
F. P. latoek a tbf efity is Assinat
Ad-etans-esMerl a th State Depart-
mwst. These gsosemse have issed*
the mlwle tmv ,desigat-
ed as Omrsl Ordeers No. 1:
S"M.dq.emsi rDept. o IM. 0. A. .IL
*Gslesv~W v i a March 1. 190.
"1. With gratitude to my comrades
of thM Department et 9terta for the
m pre -a- of ttut ei lf emd upas me
la my election as Depaetm ut Com-
m dew at Florda Grand Army of the
Repubi, at the Tweatyelth Asnmal
I mammet belM at Slt. Pet r r.
Februeary 17. Ng. I berby assume
esumand. askig for the undivided
support of my coutrades in the depart-
". The b ad uartrf the depart-
me t are establnhd1 at Oas1 eville,
, PtarM s.


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P OmPUTS

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am"* S- -a o wes ab n
... oNm"a a am and
iggeieiaw.g be the

ci ommi weapons.
Uq o. bu pwimt Mack was
i e a warrant was

l~m Im ,-uIn dnom$nd
i I pi se itheh yo un
WOo D -a a nb m asrest He
OW do se'.set a .... ad"-
e of 3b as ass when the assro
p aSge saotalow pmN sA teak a
abe at 1e bemeshe was aware
so as soswarmes.
Tmg N o enrl puale bh i
dA"SINheS ;9awme down, the
sma fto toe 'd et hs ,me
9e the sheets Dr.
t Albdha wm ealm sad
sed n"siA, but was eamb to
b ,ts a bU *ek pstrstd the
No Is a1Sod he is kow reported
Is a serim egstess
anes a gd e sheeting at the
-e-, *is draebd that he estma
Wrned"hut is ese of hs
deaM a thi eme eat at the
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m- Mekt. the agre abot at Hague
osa aday while a deputy she l was
atenuptsn to arrest him. is reported
s a very serious condition. Passengers
fbom tat stattoo yesterday stated
that there wat very little chance of the
segr recoverit.
A ellASfWW Ivweet


A lare amber of young folks wIre
eatatalaed at the bhoe of Mr. aud
Mrs. J. Bruoks. Ma t 'Unio street.
Memday atteranmn. the oucasluut beain
the lebration of the Slth birthday of
Uittle Mie las Brooks
The Utle folks eajoyed themaueltra
la-me- ely as only aa asseublage ou
sich o eashs ca. and wver re-
nIctaSt whee the hour arrived fur d,.-
pamrta. Delciou refresasauta wervt
served
aes Itula kisaately. Cur pill..
Seema. sa"t rbefm. tettor. tech, havm,
6@VM -age -Dame's 4 am t. At
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-L. Theim efov g staff appotit-
-ea" ambe -rA usesmd:
or. F ei it R e t. t Post 5.
Ga/Re. een]
ml, ad As etlat QarMer-Master Ge
OeaL
-"Hea Mareott, FaPt 11. 8 AMng
time. Deportmn&t -per.
"Jeha scher er Pet 3, Key West.
Judge Advoeate.
"Byre W. MelJa, Post 29. Dade
Cty. Chies Mustering OMfcer.
"JsO. P. Porter, P ot 31. Iuterlacheae
dtemor AiMde4Camp They will be
obeyed and respected accordingly.
"By order
"JAMM1 8KINNIR.
"Department Commander.
"I. "Assistant Adjutant-General."

A *SweMe Jaw
Is not pretty wr pleasant. Whether
it's caused by noural a. toothache or
socideat Ballard's now Uniment will
redo*ee the swelllag and rel eve tu.e
palm. The great sad sure cure for
rfemau m, sts. buams. braisea.
saMs--sy sad all aebhes and pales.
oMd by W. M. Johoaom.
NOiese ofa taieafs to Apply efr Sp

MoUts is hereby cive that, at the
regualr melt.a at the Legislatare o0
She State o c i rsda, eaovesaai at Tal
labasse is April. A. D. 190. applise
uika wM be made for special asIalse
tio ftr th Tows of Newberry.
Alachus Mmsty. Florida. giving it a
special charter. providag for it's gov-
wamest sad prescritain it's Jurtadio
kai aad powers thereader.
"My three-yar-old boy was badly
oastUpated, had a high fever and was
ls an awful condition I gave hi
two does of Poley's Orioo LAxative
and the next morning the fever was
oae and be was entirely well. Foley's
Orino LAuaUvo saved his life." A
Wolktsh. Caslear. Wis. J. W. Mc-
Colami & Co.


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PULL LINE OP
NEW GOODS....


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WO asp! I'm a Imto oe t ~ ar fts-
bad erm 0ssunl! i,.sL ll.~g o~ ci Ue.t ihs
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Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun

PIANO CONTEST








tM ae may heept at &TaBs oaUnora&at eithr of the ltoes con-
aed wti the eesm. NOT GOOD AFTER MACH 19, 190






To Meet the Demands


Of our patrons and friends we have in-
stalled the IURDICK ('AS ItE(;ISTER
I.\ANKS. These little hiliks register
altUlauiits put into thl-ni. and show you the
l"lint(tunt .you lave in tilt-iln at all timeA.

CIM iN SW bt0wh| T 6MIs Yt hIu we
h* -h*hiMvp "u athm.


The First National Bank of Alachua
ALACHUA. PLOIODA.
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THE OAfNiVILLLE SUN: MARCH 11, 1909
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B NUEITATED


VIFIED OVER TRIVIAL
Or FHORWe TRADe.

sin Vietim of FPtlied ODe
Caused His
P"eelaulte .


nn received from ome of
of yoeng Martoa Setromer
*b that mhs act was
ls hi1lg hma self On last

dEwy of the ahir was about
sept that which led
ssf-kalllm. which, la part.

a a hoeree which he
a- attached to, but for
msinthe anmal had been
a t oue o m ore serviceable
the, amsmal was bought-
lNaed a great pretty. declar-
Ib add anot be fed, but his
6er Pam s at ation to his
edal t e aanmal after hav-.
bewr rds with him about it.
ato tearafit of the occur
a st e to tavestigate aad Mar
is departure for the house,
a -eared the gua and two
weat lato as adjotala niM
the deed. His brother.
u sot arst to reach him after
Sbutbe was dead upon his
to seemd shot having tore

soe time Sace, had bees
ra "I -led" do, and slawce
Ie least excitement wMould
S I to have som peculiar
Nothig wasa thaout of the
about the hnore, however.
eC mort ef the gu n was heard,
p raled te fact that the sul-


P PNAW-SEVERLY.V.

Mend fr of the contract-
iAm will be iterested is the
whch appears in star.
ea oft The Atlanta Jouraal:

J- bees madse. It is that
nMitag-oKf Min Marguerite
d Yhmsle to William D.
i. the evanaelist and orator.
Is to take place at the home
6Ie4te, na May sth.
so =ever y is the dUahter of
r Mrs. Edward Beverly of
G~ he is a devoted
mwoher and ikpossessed ofI
h M tra, both Intellectually
P"mnauit.I
SUphaaw is wella-kown toI
M wr all over the State of
end, la fact, throughout the
SMth. He is editor of The
M A &e ad It is through this
Sthat some of his best writings
l hes given to the public, and
"6 -1ve be the rowee of help in
b dweh work It many eases.
S Upehaw has worked as seal-
r tohr edueatonal work a he ha
Si r-reh work. He has made cam-
Safter campaign for Mercer Vnl-
i-7,t, Besie Tift College and the
eInl eollage In Texas."


GLIEASON MITH.


WThm was a quiet marriage cere-
--yF at the residence of J. F. Bunch
0a Mbday afternoon, when Mr. G. A
: k and Miss Arretha Smith. both
4 R*eky Point. were united in holy
b-is the genial Justice J. A. Carlisle
r the ceremony.
The marriae will come as quite a
Mrprie to the many friends of the
iNgIe. for while it was rumored that
"A was possible, no one had any
Sat Of the affair being so son.
Mth are well-known in this section
M r. Olason has bernu a uccessful
9F hIter of Rocky Point for m iay kn ..a
Sil. while the bride is the t.ter (iof
Mr. Thad Dalis.
Tbe couple haWe the ht-artlet % ih
*O their numerous fricund through
t this section.

Two Million Sottles
9t P*rry DiOi' Painkill.-r ,4*iI ,id
l5V. Think of it' Anld *-.rr l,., al
itu a isuff.ritng ami lr i liliii .
hk buuiia i betiug to h'iulil aiiilul IiI
'bs.' This l ceo ei irful uti-a iii Ii
F*ksdy jis the ii pain oitf hair.ir
a (Jror bruise it r-lit-v rhiiotliii
UM Or heturalicla It amir.e. ctel!
8atlpi rli di.arrho,, "'iwr' r- o. ii~1
Is* &a tjoi tle 0(i our l* I' b. jl.t
, rS Ueady for the ir -I ign of ) tru,1ll.
| fel beloltt l i 3s % "- it l amid
Is A s the, .1 1. t-i. iure
I s9 drual*t gkt*es )uu I'etrry l)isa


ScHf's


clothes the nerves and
muscles with warm fat,fills
the veins with rich blood.

It makes children rugged
and hardy and fearless of
the cold. It fills the whole
body with warmth and life
anl energy.

Thin people sometimes
gain a pound a day whie
taking it.

plwl L wuf of
lweom iMassift dr am ise
omw a &mdo. 4m 1 m ft" ,
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SANITAUM NOTES


Mrs. Prands Masi. a


recent victor


to the Sanitarium, has returned to her
home in W*beklgtom, D. C.
P. X. Heatwole of Virginia, who is
under treatment at the Saniatarium.
continues to Improve, and expects to
leave fohis home soon.
W. T. Gill, of the Soutbern Ezpress
Company. Is at the Sanitarium quite
111 with typhoid fever. He to beita
carefully attended by Dr. Colsoa.
Walter Bollstos, of the Coca-Cola
Bottling Works, is a fever patient this
week.
Miss Susie Mansell, one of the
faithful nurses, has been nursing a
patient outside of the Sanitarium this
week for Dr. DePass.
C. A. dePoix of New York. who has
been at the Sanitarlum during the
winter. coatlnues to improve and has
decided to remain for some time yet.
Mrs. C. C. Hudson of Jacksonvlle
is a patient under the care of Dr.
Hodges. She expects to be able to re-
tun to her home within the next
few days.
William Calhoug who has been quite
hi, is now able to be up, ad hopes are
entertained that he wil improve
rapidly.
A RelINlem Authem Statemet.
Rev. Joseph H. eperpma. Salle-
bury. N. C., who Is the author of ev-
wral books, writes: "For several years
I was a icted with kidney trouble and
lat winter I was suddenly stricken
with a severe pain la my kidneys and
was ooaned to bed eight days unable
to get up without assistance My
urtae contained a thick white sedi-
me*t and I passed same frequently
day and alight. I commeced taking
foley's Kidney Remedy, the pain
gradually abated and anally ceased
and my urine became aormaL I cheer-
fully r mm d oley's Kidney Rem-
edy. J. W. McCollum & Co.
Praise Gainesville.
A party of Pennsylvania people who
spent several weeks here recently.
writing from their home state that in
all their travels over the State they
were more favorably impressed with
oalnesville than any other section.
and were delighted with their trip to
Wauburg Lake, near Micanopy. They
are telling their friends and a larger
number 111 show up next year.
Those In the party were J. D. Strunk.
Frank Coller and Frank Herb.

Race Suicide
Is not nearly the menace to increase
in population that deaths among in-
fants are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or Indirectly caused
by bosel troubles. McGee's Baby
Elixir cures diarrhoea, dysentery.
sour stomach and all Infant allments
of thisbl nature Just the thing for
tee,,thilig bableam. Price 'Zc and 50c per
iottkle told by W. M. Jobnuon.

Will Go to Miami.
Lr.o.. Tue I day a lA11ly Bun:
til Iltt i: lIk ith, I. (C l. inch.,
II M T"olikl.'. J A ito .rn.it .-', and
Ir .1 II lli, K's c ill I,-,., ti ,.' for
11 .tllI te( .t | vit td th, '--ltlh the.

All\ I.t k ~ t' l tt* .,'1 I a r big
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NE60 VOTERS WOR-

NATE ITYTCKET

LKAVI ALDERMEN OFF FOR LAT?


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RR MYETIMNO O CLUsL


About One Hundred of Celered Race
Assembled at Joema 's MHall



From Wednesday nafly s.:
About one hundred aegro voters am
sembled at Johaeon's Hall on Mo day
nlght for the purpose of omahmkat


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M.-thrr ir~w'b -,Aertfloumder, for I h4W CLm
.aerrois.reai.,if 1-i..i ven&Sa~. M.iadaebe
MSA %%t aM., I T0t.eiiam. ho..rtief%. b sa
t,t *.tia mu 14 I.ti.rs '*l'. % Apr ma
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a ticket to be vote& for at the com-
la municipal oeletioe.
The meeting was called to order and
the original d "BI Nelson was select-
ed as chairman sad Columbus Berry
was made secretary of the meettn
whereupon they settled down to the
business of -onatnm the k tcket
be voted oa at the election I Aprtl.
Of course there has always bees
two feetions ammo th colored peo-
pie, and sometoaie eves more, but
those present are pledged to support
the following namee:
Judge Horatio Davas, Mayer.
B. T. Armow. Marshal.
J. Maxey Dell, Clerk ad Treasurer.
T. B Ella Collector.
B. L. Colsoa. Tax Asseomr.
There is till another eow to be
heard from, with LL B. Wiltn ad I
Martial as the prielpals, but It if et
yet known jul who tham tea welO
support. while there Is always a great
maay "stragle" am them.
The o nd rssm vote allays carries
with tt some eight, but snee the days
of the great RepMliena leader the
vote L.Us never bee a solid, and it has
generally been the ease tat the eadil-
date who -put up the most" wis about
among this class.
One thina is ae. the negmro Ote
wtll be bettohMoled very eleealy Jor
the next several days owing to the
election, but there is little terest be
Ita taSeU ln the matter outside of the
marshalsbip, as there Is so far but
Utte opositlon for the other oteeS.

H ew% Thins
We offer One Hundred Ddels Re-
ward for any ease of esart that eas
not be eaured by Hafe Catarrb COwe
F. J. CHWNIT & CO, Tedlede 0.
We, the mderl .ed, have mown VP.
J. Chesey for the lst 15 years, ad
believe him perfectly orabloM i all
his hbusinesmss tr00b ad Is
cOny able to carry ot aay eanbo
tioes made by his brm.
WALDINO. KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wheeesle m Dragg, Teledo 0.
Has Catarrbh Cre i takes antere-
ally. aetiag drectly p the blood
ead maos surtfes of the ys1em.
Teetimo- als ent tre. Prie. Tie per
battle. BoM by all drauggta.
Take Hafs Family PUlls for cometi

Card of Thamm.
Editor ua:-Pleaae allow me spae*
in your paper to sincerely thank the
good people of my a ei borood and
surrounding neighborhoods for their
kindness to me sace my great lose
by are on the 26th of last December.
Every building on my farm was burned
and all their contents I was fnancial-
ly ruined. Since that date I have been
placed back in a comfortable hpme by
numerous friends. God only knows
what I would have done had it not
been for friends.
I am sure that I am living among
as good a people as the world affords.
I owe them a life-long debt of grati-
tude. Bincerely thanking everyone
who assisted me I am.
Siacerely and gratefully.
d. M. IIREEDEN
Santa Fe. March Kh. 1909.

"Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is the
b-et remedy for that often fatal dis
ease--croup. Has been used with
success in our family for eight years."
- Mrs L Whitteacre. Buffalo, N Y

Had Peace Warrant Perved.
From Tuesday's Dally Sun:
C A W Thbnomas yesterday had a
peace warruiat ,wried on Mary Ran-
,msn,. a ni.Kgre-s who had thre-at,-n.d
to hip hkl 's'n'Img.I daughter Mary
Mll t., r, ,|iir'd to K\it" bo4id or ,.r e
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Miss Plorr StrAhslad......
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Miss Mary MeOliek ity..
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Min Mabel uaches, cty....
Miss Julia carter. cit ......
Miss A. GOr. Newberry.....
Mil Jessie thvaas. city ......
Mise MEtllo Beal, city ......
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo...
Mins mmma Hadson. city ....
M e A Beville ..........
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Miss lveam Staf. Waldo .
Miss OoMld Latbert. city .
Miss isale Sheppard. BIll .
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy..
Milss M. Prlaudes. city...
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Ong*m n pow psm meesea wasW m
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F. u he I tusd t to smft m he amndoele hads

IW FIMM r b MGM W Iy lloy am4 sI o 41S609 s ipmo
his hate tM The nld Id on h was ee t dne Ar wea mie Tuo l er Mmus. PTh
set petombs hea this seetlos mmdws hM e a Hr gg he shkm
s'eISo .. -.mstd wh. e h e sme. mm.ed lm ''
who Mas tM U sMe at age, vas se a d m i ass Wa l s m
nvIy p lWym t, a sn wa wm r kam-
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QT wikM Mra-rges t. dea hler et < M and Wim
Ot* KiW e Mt yherk eOtyE M. C.
n o TUI Mrb. DBarens v's berm De. Wt 843
SAsived her odmN*ia at meer
pt m aeftr: Aidemy. mad Turkv_ n -ol sc.o
Omn W m lkg&. op ws eas.d while a slrl sr
Ph -m-_s bees -ehigg the elders' wiveMs sad detv.
_Aed _ern a samstors fe the as aoo ms ose aslahes haa the osek
sew SGeueomet ibegms d1 wah md mded si -lpss threat
a 6t ,, wee win st msee. ea Rock HUIL 8. SC. bC e was curries S
this bm nmew mmuare, wil J. IP. amres. CuompaO r n, h Seoth
nol be Jamost wth Carellm VUtesrs, pm h woas homo
The seta- t sof mm0el1o woueadeda Sept. 8, 18m4. ne hase l-
Is eesed mmet ay day t eoomoe ways bom active Ia giving relef to
dw week, a as ws ad Ia theheh sak ad distressed ad propartag
wisfhel ert, work seem- the dead for burial. she was a eao.
-messed -mwher -ear 5t h last lstt member of the Presbyterls
Church for Afty-eme years.
O0ITUARY. Mrs. IBarrom was buried besiade her
m~ aWd daughter In Shady OGrove
3VINS' ON. Ia.. March .- Dd- cemetergy. meaartvistm. Rev. Wad,
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right. lea-miadsw h ters g
a"t SAO" rigto*metheb to
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in efthr words* Neras hb
11bow vhoIvte badly, us
have u" ma* shruaf
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SC60hm toPaua h. eM4 be
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gge hig pv~svwem84 right
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to" ONbI111 mIs Pss. o
in. In as endSnob an
Pon.a dinmheg. JIM5 Mm
of d Ithe ags efisias e "I.
Isapbindosm4 d so
Thee baehueknw bowheto
"~d 4 aM Vo Ylue.. by me
Warm will g8" vimeuao
thmeusuPh SwiS U11,mgeum
all vS be masbIs3MW 60
m24 arMvd. Einas mEMauia2
tho wouIn s 0 rig h
iSM In whish all MmOIdeasvii
hw*4 eoms ft a heady
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ftst Wmablat ftem, h -
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Skeg ALU %address so
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and lovia ell ghbors and friend
ered her grave with lovely &oe
She Imves a sslter. son and beu
hers to mourn her departure.
(Rock Hill Herald and YorT
Eaqulrer please copy. )


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T1heI well-kniownaanti estalIished SMjwcialiaitof Jac-kwso,iv jiltwill miake regular 1ir'
fe~sional visits to Gainteiviliee tvery sixty 'laysi. The I oetor' $hebTIlmne officepN.~J :I
St., will always 104.left in charges of 1111k,4.-iOtauJt, an lable' SIN-ialist.
D r. A rmstronig has 1wen aprito ti Icuit~nr f(or $i \tcei yvar* ida 141ngi.udtl utt. 4)f Iii' 1
the le~adIiing ( 111it.tiAnl()11(. 1 's f A mtric i, tu o~e'~tr g and 11,14 ielr ,Atudy40f~
of mirII1t-adiiiig "oImthltrm OiIW )1r. A liti-troig iUk iias *a grand land i ia'it I.!! I
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femdte nmes Ito het of reiodwen .


St Mlsre* houses, and the coming in
Of aew business and professional men.
0MUnue to evidence the attractive-
sas of Gainesvillie and the activity of
her citizens

Visitors from the North are making
the usual mistake of returning home
Sfply bweause. of a ft-w warm da)-
hrting the- pat %*,-*. It'. dollars to
dOgbhsult that liout oof the 1s ill rui,
nto a blizzard
Otte icrftt lick i o uur Alirir'ill if(,
i t rev.r i. (* 1* 4 taii re- r r,-i fist
God f.or tit. hllii, i t.i fior l.is wioulit
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I UIocttua ;i the blord ,A *.:a w i itior


THE UIKS OF WINEORAS&

Bradford county Is one of the fre
sections of Florlda where the wild
land in thickly covered with wiregran s.
This grass grows all over thte State.
but It is only on stiff. clamnmy loam.
inderlaid with clay. where the groMth
it hea&y enough to allow It to be cut
% ith a mower. This gras is not
propogated from seeds but from root
stalks. and where It Is once extermi-
mated It does not reappear again.
While young and tender It furnishes
good grasping. In the western part of
the county, since the great storm In
INK. It is fast giving place to the
valueless broomsage to the deterlora-
ton of the pasturage. In the eastern
part the wirerass still holds its own.
Since the depletion of the large
herds of cattle that roamed here o-i
the past. a new use for the grate
has been found and It is univertailv
Used for the mulching of straw-twr-
ry beds. Many men contract to cut
grass for this purpose and when It is
spread over the beds It preserves the
moisture so essential to the straw-
berry plant, keeps the soil at aa equal
temperature day and night and keeps
the berries clean. The sandy par-
tieles In the soil are very fnle sad light
sad are whipped up by the pelting rain
drops, covering the lower parts of all
plants, but when the soil has a cover-
ing of thi sgram the toree of the rai
Is broken and the berries are cleaneed
lastead of being covered with dirt. On
account of aearetty of wiresras else-
where very few berries are mulched
outside of Bradford county, and for
that reason do mot look so clean ad
bright our berries whes they ar-
rive in the market &ad do not bring
sech good prices. Furthermore, the
mulching keeps the ground cool and
this gives the berries a Arm texture.
allowing them to stand shipment well.
A proof of the natural fertility of
our solls is that where the wiregra
has be e cut year after year for mulch-
ing It does -t deteriorate but keeps
growing vth the same vigor. Since
the grass has proved of so much vale
it is being better protected from re
than formerly.-Starke Telegraph.

STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL CON-
VENTION.
-V
The Florida State Sunday School
Convention will convene at Tampa
March 23-5, the sessions being held
is the First Baptist church of that city.
Entertainment of delegates wfl con-
siat of lodging ad breakfast, and ar-
rangementa have been made to pro-
re dinner and supper near the
church at reasonable rates. Mr. 0. 3.
Mabry, Tampa, is chairman of com-
mittee on entertainment, to whom all
communications relative.therto should
be addressed.
Transportation account of this oc-
casion over all the railroads of the
State has been secured at a rate of
one and onehalf fare, plus fifty cents.
This rate Is based on the cert.fieate
plan, and those availing themselves
of It will purchase full fare ticket at
starting point and get from selling
agent receipt therefore entitling pur-
chaser to reduction on return passage.
Tickets on sale March 22-23 fnal limit
March 26.
Speakers of national reputation will
be present representing the Natloaal
Sunday School Association, prominent
among them being Hlugh Cork. Chi-
cago.
Every Sunday school la the State of
Florlda is requested and expected to
be represented.

Everyone rejoices or should rejoice
at every advance made In the condi-


tiun of the working classes The
progress they have made in recent
years is largely due to the wise con-
servatism and high chbract-r of most
of their leader. IHut soluetinmes a
man gains li'ade-r- hlip aid Ipoler
among them only to further his own
%lflhh endsl I'uiecrupuloutiy and to
the injury of the very people whose
intere.tsb hbe is supio-d to seroe, he
doet not hbeatate- to recki--lsly order
strik-. iand othir arta thtiat hli. )
ftlaiiii lll) lrof t I l.rc.il, -li.ar.ct ., C1' ii f w.) l h., ., i al i 1.1,i I, r A
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CURRENT COMMENT.

The Chicago Record Herald says:
"People whose principal business it to
to keep business unsettled will have
comparatively easy work until after
the adoption of a new tariff schedule.
and In the meantime they can have a
fine chance to think up aew shembem
for the promotion of unrest to be put
into operation ben all the old dodges
have bee disposed of." ,
The W esald says: "We
have sid and we say It again.
the pulMeoI vkth W .ey. art
and soul. in his pure od at-with
him because he is waging his warfre
la behalf of the consumer agalat the
unworthy manufacturers. Champles
of the consumer are few and fr be-
tween in this country, more's th pity;
and It is no wonder Old Bora' has
had the rowd with him, deespe the
stamblig Mblks and the o embarr-
meat thrown la his way. The At
for absolutely pun food a thio -m-
try has not ended yet, sad It will et
end short at complete vietry. LiAe
the fight for delv purity, it is destied
to be a yon anod Mtterly eateted
by the settled hoots of greed a
hypocrisy. But It will wia Ot ulti-
mately; never fear for that!
The Philadel Rcord
'George Washagton was Afrst iaugu-
rated on April 3, 1789; his second la
auguratlon ok plaes o March 4.
11M. His rst term therefore was
only three yar ter months ad our
a1rs. The smontituten mses the
President's term ear years, and the
arst President was early chated
out of ne month and twenty-six days
of what ex-Presidet Roosevelt called
a bully time. But it Wasalgtoa's
time they did at mnlad a few days
more or less, ad quibblng over the
letter C the menitlnm had nt yet
become fshioaable. It is tre that
there is ao way of retranift to the
l practice, a lau-ratg Pri-
dent at a time e seasonb or

the tem of Taft or ao his soe-
enesem thoe month aod twie olz
days that wera -e eo Waalet
frst twm; and SOW a m ant..al
ameand- t will permit -thls

The idea of making all sarts of
paper from th pulp of Florida pie
tree is not a dream of The Ga ines
viye Sun. It is a reality. The senior
of The Herald was ln Gainesville last
Wednesday and he saw the paper.
There were a doames or more kinds of
it-linen, boad, hook, ordinary letter.
antique falsh and others-various
tints, weights and grades. and all of
It was and is as good as say paper
made from any other material. Mr.
C. W. Chase is at the head of the
scheme with ample capital and Mr.
B. P. Williamson, his capable man-
ager, is now established Io Gainel-
ville and is perfecting plans for build-
ings a great factory there. Mr. WiUliam-
son says that the pine forests which
his enterprise will consume will be
rpilace-d as fast as his big mill can
use the timber and thus the supply of
material will be kept up Idefnltely
Arrangements are leing made to print
an edition of The Galnesville Sun on
this 17 paper.-Punta Gorda Herald

The Florida School Exponent has
i-hasged hands. Professor Murphree
having sold the same to Miss Hattle
11 ('arw-nte-r of Miami, who is now
e-itor and publisherr of that excellent
..dueti aoaial journal, and it *Ill here-
after Ie' printed at Miami. Editor.


The most beautiful thing about a
mother is th unselfases ad se -
saertife that she conastaildy ihews
from the very moment she Tig her
little child Into the wrM. the
sake of her children ad as the ase-
Gow of her love s is ever ready to
demy herset, to dispee with W
would give her salslmn, and to
make sacrifies isnnmerale. These
alties which tars y moterhod
houid awake s love asd gratitad
- th part of *llMe at thy
wIll over sekL to 1 n her tol iNd
n her ays wit giladses M y te
thaght tenderness, sreO amnd
help.


Po* N e- W fcW- CL *_ o
IYears. il1f 5s olo Une e&
Flerlda, has Sa a poente w ft
-e o- Q~-
of So VSiS w. el i

i0iet is 8Mi Vel i ea n te






os ftaft mM oGOMR a -of
odaf tand heo (aD vM dave
been delleadl bn6,win otd hofese -
wr bad thepeoplo to hf i gov-

dead awry 2w Mr. Oas -v eo d
of bin le easm ut" we INem





Ia" his mind.c ma
Withoe moehlems apowdes or sa
give no ropeo when be a maO -
lee amnd tmwde mwarhips war WE
pot es aesw eOL. It has adtwse
beera a dreadr tWa, bt t oaml
tmres wll a add to its w and IVO
it t une u s tlea S ot len l Iit
It i senou be to Ite ehs tih eI -



known. And y ie. n to trid of Snama
ships BOTA -t a.n wo ad t-po
betraying tihel piesbery Wea
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oamv l a twhehat as asad bew
o re its s ete sa ilow, t2he
grounds a atsed to the cwla ani








uf enateedor; the~ear fem wie
od the fre edrindnVery plmML
slc Gvoting akm the. sal6 of Iqa S
-a iotmer esing i Saontlm o oo
on these ae to t, rel oe s is not o
meoln aIm srn i th wd Io n
w4ch to lve


estabishbesa nationalotter y suMhas







it proposes doing. The lot sr Wai.
sms In this cou ntry wus an ee o s
th ruained hosts ot people wbom k
lgot into its clut ese sd k te the
determined work of ounr Govrmnt
for many amttoberide ofIe LCtua
in poor but & leotte would imOwer
sla it.


AIISPCAN WA



luring the Spai.s-American War.
many of our solavdiers me a red severely
from cramp in the stemarr ard bow-
els, due in most cahe to the change
of cli ate and the water they wof Tr
obliged to drink.
Mr. Geo. A. Lake. of DInnison. Tox.,
gives an interesting aco nt of how
he came to the relief t sme of the
men ia his regment: "Just as I was
starting for the war." says Mr. Lake.
"Mr ilaviu gave me a larje bottle of
Siluar- i.ln[111,.-111 I *4aad it ii t our
tru ,o C n'rilIt.i lr'ov ear cr.tflell- uitid
dyt-i', i%. aiw oll thliK I t!- I1..-1 II tNx,;.
fln' _', iij I ltp- if, I I.t. l .a of Trflii


NI iijaa c '.4e'Ulli sAn l lucholz han.- L, I a -V Taa,. Ca ialr'. U 8 V .. will
41,111. 111111I11 te) keeja 'IThe KkIMuJ14'ait Up la iv-% I W4 00' Alll' a () f 14 1ogia1'
tea owa highi autdI rd tt attat~iio-41 ulilar Lit. i I I i e -&-t it joa~rtiltil.ar
C iceeltct iiaof llf'.c T FI' M t i. A a tI e 1AI li i riii.Ir% I
1, .1,1 it t tIt, 1e1- jif' at o re itl)o .% .aar i A ft- a1114111 lit qc *. ouldi h:11 1
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No me hIrunning from om doctor to mlber! Sdct
the bet oee then stand by hi. No ue either trta
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clubs ea&h eosom6Nt W 8
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SN

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Daft "us" rd eNddhK c A h
was-No fe, as iins db1W at

bon ftm-t vwt to ftfDiora
me in a O"Amov beme Ws40 nwf e dSfe d w ho I S-
~iby m~ oa- WWRE a be be-ma
woo ba5 imS. s3epied OWN boohebeen -m e"f
do mISO w 1 yw ft boheW-
snw 3V. 3.Boom soDaft &"of is ld eerw I,"
ty. V"eto fthelpth1We plo. m W"M mI IPefta AMP t d
dam a ais on" km mm bee esub 6111 1 nobeinme it Woo
-t dedwdd o i the WINbe geumlid
A e nose-e Sle 60WM "vd& =-04110the day Of -b- -- Ie
am am"1iwvovbaternas a- --- UbN Law MOW ibeft W
OfMAa ftw ewr ornPoreto be 61"W eg atilooirsAimwb-
got mludbe km m m I-obe- Ohwh. ol f se dndo'
Along 11ku M b UmApIar N
AO C& CNW I Pefo eeonIl a-l boLbethaetme ofWhe~
baedSudod -auers 1W dohebmus W" booe~fl duen in the oeis~y.
an d ae dworotsida b f te o f aft ineOW e word es
hinge Usoft 40e 1fetinerthehowaspraldit SOONbe d164 i to

MU M In Nw"1 W I Nway e b" eepieb
a pwd" s O"NK OCE16 um st e numbwof lepm kaft
ofdmkledew- Ugot so ON ~

we ago% Is s stf We pe I" beuaft amWi n o4vum et

e In bems Wbft% le'sis em ieell minks smvem Dpsee
~msM Va~ be ui be'sembTO eJ011110T. Rebbfel ft 49AV
usmim. In Kn s fuufmaSONr. I "h 1m
_________aadwI hvii rpe Sr ashe hiesbe i
A @rpM alof m. kidedM ami hedo ri date amdthe ernie.-
oleoWafw SW sm Wob"ddekeees ~bo IN of040rowThe unmsewiVll
-w- Wpn m ft ad 6m g aP&Wesv b" 4d soo" le 2W tem bailt
beenadu oft -amoo- 1 o em t iemauert i,.em Yvk teve sa
UldftdL aerin emdobbe Ume" cash mepos ew in saWurn hby 0mpow
~MiS~i~s hern o 5u~ '~ ft ib dedelmdot sea eddilim be
do a Pomd* NW h ats of em we @N dM "W b=W1 Sesoothat have ahvaft Md Wiina i1W
411110 gm* benia waswe& 3byhithe 11Ceia hvig omfalmeos
sow d O em amM Bwle Power s=, O 1 P111111. 40 the day of Mr. Taft's bemgWualS.
S e -Miii. 8011ie, be tothe CiseeidatedGremory 0m many *OOM-t besdle- aseha
ai ~s mmeat U"pw .isodtwews cha-pem em the pr41vious i"amraoumm weather S
ad add& W s, g@ *ane aMiaer eight beto he oz. M~UM&Afer th
510 WS 90 W 6001 N"Meht ot about twelve poroLgr seat. 69-1901Ausoimt' Aspio of
4W a TM& W U690Ma Ce, or U1K o aclooof he ow.New Maesk. Judo. Weldon. MW ohw
# @6%ek a dugle domesof oons Regulia ms w wfy.~ mt ido os
ag""W" ao"O Treatment ow" ahabIteol Amastlosal oe~tgnwas formed
emmiladui.265Csets a box. 14in 1"iwith o simrH. S. F.
L M your iroa st, for the mt. MAcftria mdof the District at C omum.
bia as Its head, to Inauggra, a ays.
Certain Starke citinem claim to tematic movement to. a chauge oC
baysve m ghoots fooling around the inauguration date. Thatorallo
old rallir oadsops at that place. ineludied in Its membership Ad&Aral
George ewt-y. Gen. Nolses A. Niles.
TreeC. J. Hell.Frank A. Muasey. the
Umagaine publisher, justice John M.
CASTORIA Harlan. and many other progdinetI
b 4K-&IL a* nim ws oreend "t"etaes.Icldngtm kemr-o

ob t bu Dam"" f tallhn to aWe.. There were aW
M_ U06 UbmihWAl to him to "t psomworthyargmnt rsetdmij
If bm biprthy afigsumebt0a&MMAe" &.A .-Ag-aONs-


sloe t~fwfse ber



-i so man"a a


S- way. -"a &a waT
be"lty bd by el tree whet I BUSlINES CAJ
Mr. chon md i n In o e War DR. O00.-. WALDO.
and b te gOre War. He was a val
eat l. ad after the war be r- DENTIST
mWd to his erm. ea whMebh by ti-
dustry ad thrit he was enabled not -ma a-m 1ia Eat Ma I
O*l to Mahe a oed lving. but to lay Set Phe S61. Ales Le.e D
by nimetMag4 r a ran'y day. He
wa W "Uew sn la thems coty. and BAFI CLAr. TUO. W.I
w"M t AM reptd by all. OCARK & FIELD


IKM IU U M 1T STOVE


prim= 1w wow, sel

of Sdo- feY, by


r


at ot Johanmm's. -yr-old boy.
Althf. by holaig bi ona a hot stove
The caused woman said ia court
mat the child was unruly and she bad
reatesed to *t him oas the sove, but
had Mt aiteaded to in)eur him.
Mhe a ee awI le sOrd& .


Practice ol


LawyerM


Sll Courts.
Federal.


St


,M"bBK VUJ5.


Aeronaut Meel


s In the

PIM M SAN PEDRO. Cal. March 9.-While
hundreds. watched his frantic efforts
INGO to control a tgrat baloon. which was
tfit) l tariug him 4.,oMI fet high out
Jt-r the" Pacific ocean .Lmter PRklas.
An aismaiur aeronaut o )-&rs old. )t*
terday cut Uloo* bis llarachute and
druljiJd ltt the iaters of the outer
ate ae harbor to his death
Am the stiff tu'd carried him out
to sa t atimcnu hastily left the inner
hartor In lauich.e to rescue him, but
their efforts erfe u|sele.
I o"s As the huge bag arose it rartq.n.d
uAiA sad *a camrrt4e ratM dly out ovr the


CHANGE


NAUGURAK


the iea, ft s Mored th eel
- dm um feew mi mbh
eOeM a vwamse e wwe ia.
ta w mrw te deto hea dat a
at ta me s feta net a
bV a SeIsbe10 o r ai
idee e m a ta daIe

be rtew in vel s them. aM

Smops teme teve & ad sm--a
e .at.. "ees ov Mr. dett's


at se, wr ws suk le b
a *se M iaber at Osugrens wb


easi bIe i demls t me ia aIof




w- "r-demto '
ieagrnestU S A.
S -The -imer oas de is Chedm
betaw.r" Jmes H gr. o
Ge006. I e"Iodpe wln atbe
myy b wa m0s1 me
beamine Preeuiut is killed h




a ulwas adeibd anaisdt Imi
moo be t I aih umdeI n
em --*****i whch would
peaa e d o a Sm of t "i Iet
dimt at a mrn whe a we ml
RepMNAesdLv Howard of
HRe Lm tlm was or 1
Seede d e1 the fr sset of fth










__ me tr eeBlfom Gaii
swrI ep it a beak.l rt
Repres ntatve John W. Wokm
eacs....h.e. T mTe Ar at
tis I atteeded was is 1o81,
Garued wm grated.
day as a aval cadet I
Lthuln the dsese of W I
wbI wele thbk with slush.
ret id loarfltr eem e tm



w support a bill providing
chenglag sof the layr of laugrom
rb Preshie mtLs
epr. emtatv. David A. DeMA
otd Miset: "I would e i to oIn
change the date of the
but wreo not favor It niuless
red with It a change in the ti 1
th meetintl of Co -ress."
WOMAN BADLY WOUNDED
CHARULFTE N. C., March
While sweeping the Boor of a roa3
her home three miles from G
N. C.. yesterday Mrs. Eugene
ford swept a pistol cartridge into
re-place. The cartridge ep
the bullet entering the woman's
breast and Infliting a wxund
will probably prove fatal.
Read the wanm& a in tadas


U


ts Death


Pacific 0


water. Elkins tried dtespwrdittiY
guide It back over the land bY *I.v
lug fruow the bar bwiva, tout -~4k bon
toWIUUU %USfAr 4ut to b--,l4
( hutt. filled jaf~tesl 1%.t.&hd ll.
(ciaitalic.. uID t wV.5 E4UX111 I
vi.laid atad (arrit-d astuil furito I'
foll Ili the 'UCtajlt is i'~~0
Mau's lalagad lIkiyon cau'.
fin i, a t' h au4111At figeM(I) Ali
Autmio Tex. CIA.1t bis 0,jirso
lives His. body v %f- r r4S
A litle waat &j ill &com1
big rtW&t. *


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THE '"t E lFVf; E IUT: MARCH 11, 1909


Mareh *.-The Melrose
s-ded March Mth. much to
01 the patrons, who had
at est another moMth. It
d that y aet fall the
SndHmdtlo of the school
I ae been attended to. The
WM alatn hare charge
nest term, much to the
S0O the patroUs and chbol-

|ve bees received manoune
rtWae 0t Miss mHelem J.
mlMsvas, Pa., to H. H.
bM -. MI Ba al-er vw I
Smay .rlsdw while ae.
.aster, who a. .... hearty,


dJadhese have at-
ber to travel at

wod e seveat e ss pald

iaWa ', a-esa wi
i estmens of ice cream.
s a very pleasaat eves-
at cards, etc.
ast appreciative audi.
at the lades' Hal on
to esjY the eMter-
by Mr. a&d Mrs. A. I.
WesileM. N. J., who are
o whate ihers. Mr. Pear-
an over the Umited

.4 I- New York Pres Club
pa s. Most good thina
eto Meiro s but sueh a
destioa l treat has nev-
Way betfor. A ar and
was redaered by the
mI atettd couple and It is
Swebi was the beeta-
was a astu1psCoe af Its
@BMW mestiom should be
Sel a=I" and dramatic
f m the "Cargse of the
M Mr. Pearsal carried
m rlt into the fiGt with
R power of feeling the
he personated. Another
for its beauty was "Aux
W Owes Mereditt. Mrs.
Sslangia g was greatly
hr pathetic little ballad
I was cbef d' oeurre.
L. Waters ave a remtta-
a|ma M in his usually hap-
I thbo aert:* applause of the
Owing their appreciation
aof Melrose are certaht-
lrbt-led to Mr. and Mr.;.
1rI their kindness in giving
Ik alsmeat-it was a rare

SMr. Hamlyn save another
i ejoyable picnics oa Mon-




|IWay to Pronounce Hyomel,
H*5s ai Catarrh Cure.
q-1lists in the minds of
atr Of The Sun let us may
6aMe Is the proper pronunci.
amot wonderful ca.

0t Mak L& ye. are the acent
p IM la alneaville and they
Spa an Inhaler, a bottle of
16 d fell instructions for use.
Sail to cure acute or
* eaa. asthma, bronchitis.
O* $ever or coughs and colds,
W Otee you your money back.
11 who suffers from catarrh
04 a" offer as that. muMt like
OS, pt and wheee,. and be
* what Mr. Lowe. a reepected
O l Allegau. Mich., says of ly)-


I sed Hyclairi fur a 3 of
time I (Anll1A' that H)-
the germub of the dl.-evaev
SW e limuch 1.1,110't mild
511.1. From this expurieiktt
~~S~eito Ile a relinbtle retitt
O ~ei- r~at .iAndS r.eil.
D Nto d.%Il(.,. It1


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WAI M. IJ'OLET SOiV



GAINESVLLE TO HAVE


BIG FARMERS' STORE


At last Gainesville has the chance
to secure one of the most Important
ente'rises It has long needed--an im-
mense cotton gunnery to be located
somewhere in the city that will prove
both accessible to railroad and peoo
pie.
A West Florida man. realizing the
Importance of such an establishment In
this place, has been here for the past
several days endeavoring to obtain
the necessary building for the opening
up of the business.
What he wants is a large store
building where he will be enabled to
carry a general line which he proposes
to furnish to the farmers on *lme. not
only their eatables, but all classes of
merchandise and farming supplies.
taking his pay out of their products,
princl ally cotton to beralsed by them
during the year.
It is understood that a suitable lo-
cation has been secured for the erec-
tion of the ginnery along the line of
the Atlantic Coast Line in the South-
ern part of the city, but the party has
been unable to secure a suitable
building in which to operate his supply
business.
He will put in what he terms a
farmers' supply house, and will Induce
the farmers from all over the county
to come here and do their trading In
order that he will be better enabled


to have them bring their cotton hr
during the fall mgha.
CGalesvllle has ever been aa extra
good cotton enter, but with the -
after the goods tbere le o reason
why it should ot be the leadlag oeat
too market of the State, for nla mot
cases a large peroetage of the cot
ton raised in this ection to eveMt
ally takes through the hands of
H. F. Dutton & Co. now doing
busatess here. Of course they handle
principally the lint, but the new eow-
cern that is desirous of establthlag
in Galnesville would make a market
for all goods, both seed amd lint. and
would draw many thousands of dollars
to the city annually that now goes
elsewhere.
The gentleman from West Florida
has the mean to carry on the ex-
tensive business he proposes, and it
would be a good thing for the city anad
merchants in particular.
The mere fact that he proposes to
conduct a farmers' supply house would
not com, those outside trading with
him. an the merchants would reap
a benoelt fom the cash that the new
firm would pay out here for the seeood
cotton.
The directly interested party wii rem
turn to the city within the neat few
days, when The an will be able to
give more information as to Jast
what the gentleman has done coacern
Ing the project.


Pensacola Navy Yard


Wil Not Be Closed


WASHIiNGTON. 3March 9.-The order

:t.ililip.lhtg the* na.'. ards4 at : --j

~ .grtla) ert~ .% k.*d t1, tr.'ri ur % %IMe'. ir
St 4rutar) Ili er ajaid that the Con
pci. P.d.i.l dI1 e pcust iuiown id ollitert. froui
Floridis.and laI.Aikaiu 1had(1 isudc ri'i
ret-.tuitationa to bim t InuminI fiat Ihfiti


orngklal order was Illegal
% hill. hI. id lno doubt as


and
to its


Ity the case had been put before the
de.artmeut t In such a say an to offset
a reconsideration of It.
The depiartumet intends to keep
lohe watch of the conditions at these
%ards and a atatt.emeint h'is been railed
for of the aniuunt of work l iiprogress
114d cotitetllilated 1by them. It is not
lIprox)sed, for the Ipresent, at least,
to t. lid any shipsb to those yards. the


that auplignmeunta already having
S'K.tl made.


been


DIGGING UP GRAVES TO GET BONES FOIlTRAFF


W IAVANN Ali G(A, Mar It b --Juist
U D )~nm ~a abom tto Ani.i a a ustlract for uJ.li'. r
m2t, l. 'mIi pouitcidaof boua,. 'Jutx Marks,



~A.A D I jates froms cuffiluas. id sbeun ques-
Me, Uua. ad tat4UL be had been digging


')p grav rs in the colored cemetery to
get the boues.
lie had taken a large contract and
he calculated on being able to fill It
fully lat uighi If he had been un-
I.isudered The fact that he had about
,umpleted the work was eomded to
the patrolman while setadig asear the
patrol bos


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THE (AINESVILLE 8UN: MARCH 11, 1909


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n flsad Whao t is to


SEm:


t Waldo was Ia the

j. wMrtof MKicamopy was
la isGainervle

- sad Mesn Baker
See a shVot vit to

me wHO o Kamupy
0 visiers to the ty
** aspIsN dts

assi aset M The
Mwed Mst dabechrt


kw ra m Refhelle


wa*
Whee
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la ft may her
qsre he W eased mo
we he samS hf the

Ef North Oaleevtfle
& Vit to his bailly. He
Ih the phosphate

SSelolo, me of the phoa



S h retired to her
Sly after pl assat
weag to her slater, Mrs.

f Reddick was In

les anopy sad was a fr-
op saeevilei na those

Ut Alsea w
arday. He states that
S eminag up aine. but
S a number of acres to

f High Springs was
19eaday. He is the pump
h e Coat Line and his
him eo the so at all

Bradley arrived in the
rom her home near
is mew esgaged In the
W k ad ands the vochtion
Iad proeltable.
have a change of adver-
td'a y n in which they
at the latest phonograph
tat you call and hear the
e produced on one of their

f tt, who has been asso-
[l* G. W. Hyde Company
an has resigned his pool.
te e7tferday for New York.
I a travelln positkos
. I ClaaC u Company.
r, returned yesterday
Mt urp to Walde, where he
S his sea-0o -law, Chs. A.
.' UOf te *Seaboard cam
SMarks has been coaaned
I % OW several week with

f Ward. who has been the
Sust of Miss Irene Mo-
"t past few weeks. depart-
MW hame In Port 8mith. Ar-
il6day. IDuring her so-
Sse made a host of friends
1-mg set who will be de-
oft 4 return visit.


received a tele-


gram yesterday with the sad news
of the death of hise iee. Mrs. George
Dewsoa. formerly Miss S die Shaylor.
which occurred ito Atata. Ga.. on the
Sth ost. bhe will be burned today In
JacksuNvllle. She to the sister of J.
Dougtas asnd bm T. Shayler of Jack-
esnville.
f rom- WebMdats a .- m::
W. H. Andersou of Broummo was I
the city yesterday.
J. M. Mlnima left yesterday for a
abort business trip to Palatka.
Mrs. K. Turner of Rochelle wns.
here yesterday on a shopping e'xpe-
ditt on.
N. R. Mott. a merchant of Mwtcaopy,
was transacting business In the city
yesterday.
Mrs. J. H. Beville of Jacksonville
arrived In the city yesterday sad will
spend ainee time visiting here.
Mrs. Setroer of Rechelle was
aims the out-of4to lad tue asho
pIM hi Oasiesevle Wedaesday.
PIN-s CMBa Teae tis guoarted t
We abs tvoor, "s sad larippe.,
Prfew U S u by W.I M. ehas.
Mr. L. T. Arm w was a ase
to Alue yesterday sad wI Mspd
a short wh there viitg reaive.
W. uf depuy sher of
Aleasa, was a vser to the a y ye
teday. having games ews to bIhg a
prIme .
S hble- m aNm Ren ers t leew
"Iva, thmen gr ellat, rea r or
opermatlm. Gauesvle rr & MK.
chiee Works.
J. r. Barro8 of Wlath was In
GaleevllUe yesterday. He oeodusta a
rsoery business at that pIaee bealdes
hldla thMe poat ofm pnesmater.
Oeo. P. Morris left yooWerdy fre
Minami. where be oes to reproemt
the Waldo Lodge, K. of P., at the
State couvestlou to be held Ia that
Sty.
Mrs. P. M. Colaso and daughter, Miss
Pearl, left yesterday for Treeutoe,
where they will spend the next per.
oral days visitiU relatives and friend
1a that Semtio.
L C. Walker. tfomerly a deputy
ashbr o ths county. paMed through
'the city yesterday en route to Duamel-
lo, where he has accepted the post-
tioe as night policeman for that place.
W. H. Witherspoon of High springs
arrived In the city yesterday on a
ebort visit to his mother. He was
initiated Into the mysteries of the
Eagles last evening and now has wings
with good strong feathers sproutag.
I develop any size roll film for lI
cents; post cards from same. 5 cents
each; paper prints. 3 to 4 cents each.
One dosesn lot-cards reproduced from
any good photograph. 73 co ts. AUll
work promptly and neatly done. P. D.
Cox. High Springs, Fla., Box. 97.
Attention is directed to the new ad-
vertisement of Dr. K. H. Armstrong,
the noted eye specialist of Jackson-
ville, who will visit Galnesville regu-
er amona people here. having visited
the city for the past year or more, and
has many cases right here that you
personally know of.

Mrs. C. 3. Meltoo of Micanopy visit.
ed the city yeatorday.
Mrs. C. J. Perry of Rochelle was
shopping in the city yesterday.
J. H. Dye. the picture man of Mica-
nopy. was a visitor to the city yester-
day.
Dr. and Mrs. Luclan Montgomery
of Micanopy were among the visitors
to the city yesterday.
D. E. Godwin of Kanapsha was tIn
the city yesterday. He was en route


to High Springs on a short business
visit.
Mrs. W. L Hill. r.. who has been
spending the past winter In this city,
returned to her home at Winston-Sa-


UK TO TOMR CENT 10THIS BAN-


~ hsgood-will, kindest regards and hevt wish-
*of ealdi officer and director of the Buank,
said you will alwiiy's fikial -j t-ortijj tI weoitu in
OW'lnfkiujg roomsi..

Mike our place heat. 1uarte'rs-ev~ery conivt3-
86S0ct, afforditd t. i nrak our placei pleivaait
"md agreeahllt to thboe W11who eall to 60e' US.




~INESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
64THF E: ~W lR~4IKLA :"9


One of the


Sthe happw hoemeod tof a is a
fuad of iermatee as to ae be teatods
of pimut b e" a ,d hSIp NA
ruit hviug ad hIm d of the weodb

Pedhste fd andl emdmmae and

and which have attained to world-wkde
Wme 0t -ro-a h appo 1 ato
Wel-lIatoneod O the Wad; oAt d lai-
vkluae emly, but d thie may wbo avew
thelhap, fsedy fAtuionm add a am
iag the ibet the w aidt adwv
One d te podut dr that adM f
knmwi empemnt pmtp %m S.Il n
met, approved by pbItv Imand em
miaded by he Wd-lhsumd teo
Weamsa va B aw l wan I- lolmy
k widv ib tdo e wdnws u*T V tm
ad nir~ d Ms. To pt be bm
ents d-e bar b O e ml mm .
hmebd by a9th e rds eu &
Sandf r A mbI d t -

e. N. C.. yIorday. as is wtD
Pleaded wab tes ty enad wil mbe
ber writers he r atr lyIntau ae
aI V. maKbh emsem, pned by his
domsmer, tsi maObeth, atTasmm
wer atme as the visrs to e t

C. J. aRivers d Adb m- me the

was alwelsome w 1 to this ale
Yest may.
J. J. iaBma oft LeohMoslsb isl
the citym losag after his etemtve,
property interests .ad also palig a
Iort visitt mo ilamly.
J. I. Mana. eo the me m ets
of WilM was a abenes svi to
Galmeovae ytsteday. While here be
was a ealler at this emoi.
Mrs. J. V. Buare of Jackaemilfe Is
In the city om a vit to her W ter.
Mrs. J. L. Morheat, sad wil spend
the Ne s ldaysbher.
O. W. ller. member of the aebeol
board from TroutestIs I mng the
vl st to th city. HeIa o a mue-
easetal memirebat that ph1O.
Daa Caeme of LACrous was semos
the out-atown visitors to the city
yesterday. "CdneD i "a" mad aa
preCated cRll at this ee while berw.
The oreg lar mothlay meeting O the
W. C. T. U. has beea Poto med 10l4
March 23, at which time t will be
beld at the home of Mrs. W. R.
Thomas.
C. W. Iaukight., as zitealve
merchant of Archer oad one a the
largest cotton buyer of that section.
was transactag business ta the cit
yesterday.
Calhbae crates; sawn slat.; two.
pa e -a-maufe tue wour mal
standard of ezoellece. As ouKr bo
cal grower Le ut sebock your order.


eow about I years old, unmarked
short crumple hers; tt Trentom. Dra..
ate Suday aftrom. Marh. 1o.
For reward write to W. Iove. Trom.

Mrs. C. V. McKakstry sead Uttle me
ha'.. returned to theou hme* at Tlos
after several days plesmatly spoet
with relatives here. Tey wore ao
compailed by Miss Alli Taylor. who
will spend the mest week there.
Heavy, Impure blood makes a mud-
dy, pimply complezlos. headache.
nassea IndIgestion. ?hl blood
makes you weak, sickly. Burdock
Blood Bitters makes the blood rich.

Mrs. lDisabeth Smith will leave to-


day for Orange Park. where she will
alwud several weeks before proceed-
nlug to her Western butue. The man)
friend. of this estimable lady regret
that htr health has not been the beal
during |past few seek.k and trust that
I h eame may 4(Mn iw entirely re-
tlored

Sale of Seed Cotton.
Auditor Hun: I buv noticed the con
'inued debate n the sale of seed cot
tou to be allowed only n certain
Ioniiths of the )> ar
I can aee where this Is an advant
ageto thl. itiall planter as well as th ,
IAIV *' 1ue. or e,|e r- ;~ad chldreu
It ib a knoiu fact that as soon as
A f.. uen gather a few pounds of
uotion it is sold. and the money *pent
to ,arioua ways. some times for th
welfare of the family, but quite often
it Is nut Now let our la*s pruote4
tuothers and children
EAST ENDERI
Hawthorm. Marebh .


FORgYTH S-THOMAS

Pretty Chute Weeoding elm
Wemiesday Mereen.
A lively iebre weddmgl was eel-
emaled at the Pirst Presbyteris
church Wed myeda af eraoo t 9
o'dte. whe Mr. Joasn Adger V%
sythe of srevast, N. C., ad Mis AMlee
Thoma of this lty were ilted to
the holy bonds of marmey.
The church was beautifully deco
rated with palms. feris, pet plant sad
dog wood. the altar beal eatlrely em-
banked with lovely evergraes. pro-
atinug a beautiful appiraeo.
Leag before the hour of the eere-
moay the ushers. Meeasrs. Jeba Heud-
dlaesto. Ralph Chapia. Jame CowM
nut and Hubert Drelkoe wOWe bot
tbusy smesat Mg the largMe mmher
friends of the eotraetlag parties 1
nad em to witmnem tshe m1rnia.
The Sow girls were LUiam CaIbe
sad Julia PUtm. allowed by the po
low bira Je-sWte Choeemt and IM
Ia rowe l carrying two badsmie
whi *lM pillows.
The aidM d bof mr. Maim Ld
OCif R er of[t as p peded"
w ile. who was m i d
oher be. Mr. M. LS. anders. leb
wVSe mst at e Assawoa r b e pd
amd his bet mo Mr. B Moge
e layk rim, Ld C. e b ge.
e Wsmmo n wi meade IUm m- ad

murs. Jm e ~ey., &a yo
the wedd" Me m rs% e l ed Ibw a
Aisesw fldsl.ay. dayLtI L.
Wokes phlye the eer r- MIa *p
the weoddlog In*s1

The a be a t e as o



Mr. 9 ythbe Is so
the d Oems U eA-esv a
nem time made St t eis y t dt
in nmw ema end isn IN,

11ad somI1eta11d aom 1
city h utho aseteism oa Ms heWi .
Uim Tha7 has been a a 1
this dr idt t a number rme I.- o d
by her plhamst a emOc swa W S
host of admiring blead who su.
atly give her up. She had "V #u
costly gradated la mo dsnaMad
meondered em* of the aest m
evepinlhed mei-vt Uet he ",
The happy pair left S
traim for their f aure hemi i e-
vardL N. C.. ad will tep eo pste at
Charles m bwill v"t aWs
lew damys
the preeo ts received woee m
ous and pezpoveo, eemion.e of eat
glass, adlver. ner gaods, ad maMy
substastial beeks were lives In PrW-
areaee to pJroets from tMa& 0bet
in the city amd ouLt.
No invitateos weoe eoed is the
city, bet a omseral havtol was iv-
es for all to aMd the e---- mo es at
the church.
NEW OFFICERS oS aCT r.



At the rooms U me amoamtlem is
the Oraham buildMng, ae lIt Tuesday
evenlng, the Galasvle IAUbray s
soclat.on hel their msm l meitS8
and elected a new set of diese w
will presiMde ever the ameeda*em 108
the eumam year.
hrs. V. D. Warner was elected pmm"
Idoat. Mrs. W. I,, Hil vtepr-olddet,
ad Mr. W. J. D[8by e etarys-tes.
urer.
The uselatlom have reitly par-
chased tweaty mar. mew books aad
added them to the circulati g depart.
meat They oalst o the latest mad


best Actioa ad will prove very val-
usable to muebers.
At this meeting it was decided to
'owe Mrs. E. K. Poster an homered life
membership. she having beea oe* of
the founders and one who bas done
a great deal toward the association
reaching its present high standing
The association s doins much sod
.u the city in the way of furnishblag
good and Interesting reading amotu
Its members,. and more should avail
themselves of the oppi|irtunities off.r.
ed and join at the earliet (cunii*n
'en c

LETTER TO W. A. STRICKLAND,
Paradise wrorlda.
Dear Sir: iHere's the gist of the
paint question:
let Erry )ob painted IDioe takes
Itless alloui than of any other paint
.ud The paint that takes least gal
lousn ear loagest. ala>5). We (ca t
help it Yours truly,
74 V W DEVOE &f CO
VP 8 (Quaiuestille Hardware Cu. .ill
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