Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 13, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01604
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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light oan ofer tfhe opd tment of
crowd to eefrm the ch b air to the
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"That is a S oot which has been
Happened p t thisre people who have
k T wept f lamed themselves about
the situation said Representative
VisteN- MldIAk of KMaima represent-
6g the Repubibea insurgents. "The
ftact i that WrIN revision is quite as
saf, and perhaps sti, if we go ahead
and win the Oght to unprove the rules.
than if we 3me."
Champ Clark of Missouri, the MI.
nority soor eadrm used even more

"There Is so let-up so far as, I know."
he sai, "to reform and liberallse the
Rulse of the doRou. The statement
that it is an attempt to prevent tariff
1hatim* Is a lme. I don't care who
makes the statemeNL It is a lie.
"The anxiety of the old stand-pat
crowd to expedite a bill revising the
tariff owa is the most pathetic thing
that has happened i this world siace,
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IMe pro-mieat in this section as a
*-Ig and juraltait He was at out
teSdtior of The harlow Courivr
1a mt i sad later, movtag to Tasipa
ho so editor of The Tampa Tribune
is-l a Tngismaesa by)birth but
rS a Oeved to Iorlda i*t
l .i PitA Uty. where he folio
Si Ipoe anad practice uf las
S M as e mag l to editorial work
, e O f ted to Tampa s.eral )-ira ago
a has uantil within e pat i cu years
am agi i la his prIufeslou
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WUMT SCIEMAGE

IN TENNESSEE CHURCH

WARRANTS HAVE BECN ISSUED
POR PARTICIPANTS.

Churh Divded Imt Two TetA ne
Whom Oppeelme Culmel
In Free Fight.

KNOXVILLE, Tens., Marah 12.-
Warrants galore have been swora out
before a Justice of the peace as a re-
sualt of a Aht at Zon Lutheran church
ia the Twenty-4th district of this
aosty.
Recorder J. C. killer of Park City. a
subarb of Knoxville. aets as preacher
at alom church, mad started legal pro-
Needla by swearla out a warrant
for Sol McCano. es the charge of
disturbag public worship. McCam-
moI la tura swore out warrants for
more than a half does members and
for the preacher, the last named
charglag asasalt and battery, owing
to the fact that McCammou was
forcibly ejected froa the church.
Prembinary heartags have been waiv-
ed adm the trouble has, therefore, not
been aired before the ,stice.
It seems that there has been a split
In the church for years. Some say
it is oa the question of sanctfication.
while others claim that the cause of
the latest trouble was a dispute over
who were entitled to vote to a church
election. McCammou seems to be
the leader of one faction, and tLe.
preacher of another. They were the
principals In a physical encounter. In
which McCammon was ejected from
the church. Several of the adherents
of each are said to have taken part
in the fight and developments v. t-
lively fcr a time.

Adam. They have bee:. dri:;a 1.
the seek Into the ariff revl-ion per-
formance."'
The question is, "Will the Republi-
a Inmsurgents really insurge when
the test comes Monday?" And another
equally Important one Isa. "Will the
Democrats all be li place when the
rol is called?"'
Champ Clark yesterday sent tele-
grams and letters to all Democratic
members out of town begging them
not to fail to be on hand at the cau-
cus Monday morning, and by no means
to agree to any pair with anybody.
The whip of the Cannon organlsa-
tion conceded last night that the in-
surgeats have twenty-two men who
will stand hitched.
Yesterday the Cannon men declared
that there would be only nine Insur-
gents. It will take only twenty-four
Insurgents. If all the Democrats are
present George Legare. from South
Carolina, is sick In bed in New Mexi-
co. so it will take twenty-Ave, but
Cannon, with the assistance of the ofrt-
cal pie dispenser of the adminlistra-
tiou. Mr. Hitchcock is out to buy
Democrats to stay away, and last night
Cannon was pinning his chief hopes
upon 5o-called turn-ro.it lh*mocrats.
The insurgent leaders claim that
they bae |t (W*ty-s<' lli in tbhey are*
sure sill stilck. anid that ther, are- 5v
en or eight lothe.r. s h) ar- doubtful
with rf-|'llliiu. te d nli'iai,'- Th,' h >r.,
of the lie.nua rJlti aml iuii irge-tit |.t .
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ation of Corporal Tanntr. nor di Is
spare the head of the Ladles' AxuNiy
of the 0. A. R. The Daughtenrs a
a special request that his remaga *
not quoted by the press.
The action taking the MNM
from Richmond came at the w -mm .
session following the orsaalsatig d
the convention, which took some ti.U
Miss Alice Baxter, the president, w
nla the chair. The hall Ia the Pk&
mount was filled with delegates
there was much suppressed sn I,
meat.
Mrs. J. 8. Harrison of Collona
moved that the convention ighew
forthwith. leaving the monfsal 1
Richmond. This motion was U
down by an overwhelming mlajwr.
Miss Millie Rutherford of Athelas
moved that the action of the en so
aon at Savannah placing the MaG
mw' in Richnonid bhe rescinded. th
motion was carried by a large >
jority aft-r very little discussion.
Mrs. (Grady of Savannah thee -t1u
a paper offer ring Andersonvile as a
Site. M 1sp Ida liolt of Macon presui
that city. and Mrs. Ltes of Asertim
urged that place.
Mrs. Harrison's Appeal
Mrs. N. H. llarrison made an aurt
pleha in i. lia!f of An Iorsonville d
Vil lHe)!i followed. o.;msuing Aad
-.oi>illt oil the' groi'!,d th3t If the
pr'iniirrTT't wr<' 1l"(ed ttere it weow
1w -:rrtnudi d woi-l. %M- atmo!,lhter* d
antae'iti-mi an'l that the, re~poniib
Ity for w hat night l':',- ni shou ld
he ilacred on it, It I 1 C's of Gem-
gia andt the, So ilh !%i-, Murllphy
Gaiine. ille' alnd Mi-- A'kihi- of Cor0dI
I l'th ioke for Ai,ii i -iivillt'A thS
i )K'aI iit'. TL w r .-sul'lxrtA
ir<. Italph of Auell.ta
.T%!~ Ne.i-hit of .lMrietta deae
that If the nionu.it.-nt were placed M
Anidersonllltl its educational vai
would be lost lecaiiue so few pOlO
would tee It .Miss Moore of Ma Us
made the last speech of the WorbiS
session against Andersonville. Th
final action was taken at the afterSS
| session


will not be made public until Coo-S
is organized."

Making Improvements.
Judge Syd L. Carter is havais
residence in Eat (;ainesville ref
ed and otherwise improved As -M
as the carrlnters has' completed t
work he intends hangg the Wobid
the building repa':iiind shen It we
INl one of tihe halld,-no'Ine't '1bo b
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ATLANTA. March 12.-By a vote
of 125 to 70 the Georgia division of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy
yesterday decided on Andereonville
as the location for the monument to
Capt. Wir, having earlier ton the day
rescinded its former action In voting
the monument to Richmond, Va.
The Ainal decision to erect the shaft
on the west side of the prison where
Capt. Win. C. 8. was commandant
during the Civil ar was reached
only after a long stormy session.
The vote stood as follows. Ander-
soaville. 125; Macon, 65; Americas, 5.
Thus ended a matter which has
caused great dissension In the ranks
of the Daughters In this State. The
special session of the Georgia divis-
ion held here yesterday was called in
response to nunicrous protests from
chapters ti all parts of the State
agatst the action of the Savannah
coarvetlon In voting the monumit.t to
a city outside the State.
Andersenvllie Wanted the Shaft.
A special appeal signed by the may-
or and prominent citizens of Ander-..n-
illhe was read to the convention urg-
Ing that the monument be' located
there.
The monument will probably be
erected on a little plot that has been
given for the purpose by the people
at Andersonvllle tront ol the office
occupied by Capt. Wirs when he was
commandant of the Confederate prison
thi-re.
The fight for the shaft was par-
ticularly hot between Macon and An-
dersonville. after It had been decided
to ta4Le the monument av.ay from
Rk l:nlond. and as against Macou. the
Augusta. Savannah and Columabus
chapters voted solidly for Anderson-
t ill..
Park's Speech a Sensation.
A sensation was caused in the meet-
ing by the speech of Lemuel M. Park,
chairman of the advisory board of the
Daughters of the Confederacy. Whose
request to be heard was granted. He
was particularly bitter in his denunci-


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the meeting. It is known that the
proposition to compromise did not
meet with general approval. A pro-
gram for the parliamentary procedure
for Monday was agreed upon, but was
not made public. Chairman Gardner
said after the conference:
"Thie meeting voted unanimously to
give the tallf hill the right of way
and decided upon a program embody
ing a defliaite plan for a thorough r.-
vasioni of the rule# This prograimi


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G nwe b e& Ms als poo.

V ar i m3alty to r14f tel of ths
-NO O ie ao.ve it sad overcome its
MW S atrugire years of study and
~I-M re Its wiM sMMregire a
g pat, a stroag pull and a pull al-
g together." As Virgil aptly observed.
Itb as eas y tht to i so owun to
ell, but to retrace owe's steps and
Sreemmnd to the Orm earth, thcre'ts
Sthe work, that is what requires la-
r.' Aad there will be absolutely
s- od assault from the efforts of the
exhibitlao made by the association In
v the national ausade against tubereu-
ise lawlesss they result In impressing
spen commaltles ibe necessity of a
steady. patlet fight whose result will
Saot be plainly apparent for years to
la JaelkaviUle aud nl Montgom-
... ,ory. Alabama, tbere have already been
fr- alao d teeaJ manaa ns to cow-
tiuse the work. Pessacoe e should fol-
Siow at, sad the press of the State-
as SCty as It is prograesiv-ehoald
ea pes all eseters of population to
swakes to the neessIty of the situa-
ut and join the attle aganlast the
bosts of Death'


Hu puw emie Dairy.
J. S. Goade has purchased the re-
Amiig* hai laterest ot his partner.
: ,. L Pny, the te bM a td Dairy.
ad wUl hereafter oemlnNue the busi-
es him L Ho e proposes to add more
cattle to the already well apportioned
antm atn feels cooflddt that lth the
ipevad service he will Iaugurate
the basla s will steadily increase.
He desires especially to thank the
general public ho hua e git.le them
surb a liberal lpatronase lin the p at
aud assures themn of firet<-lass treaty
meat and the best xgod., for tie mout,-
to be found a where.


Wanted for Embezzlement.
anpriff P. U Hamm.t) rteturticd scs-
tvrday (rom Pshitka usit 1) N
Stubbe.s, a)tuaejg ihite muiu alit) S54m
wanted oni a clearlpe of eteetwzulteiaeuea
The warra.gw %a* isaurnaout [A) J 8
Iks~urd uof hague. aged ha~t pir via,-
kwatr-d iu al~tkae. vS vi tsellait. P-ii ff
followted bimup A.aned lead fl~aticre -1
guad.-le-Hrfurieaerl) rt-P-0tlttIat lfitxi..
auid is well kbw%,, it, lee leaf ..*t I,41e
YeanIM~d *A.. t-liOn f 1t1-ie. IVtA
lmasinle do.. ial iiadlk 1, Ku.
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RaOe Sulcide
Is not nearly the menace to increase
In population that deaths among In-
tants are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or indirectly caused
by bo~el troubles'. McGe-'s Baby
Elixir cures diarrhoea,. dymentary,
sour .to tach and all Infantt ailmeunta.
of thiA nature Jut the thing for
te, things K tali-, lP'rice '.'5 atd 5oC per
bottle Sold by W M Johns.o
If It's printed stationer) you want
The Sea 0oce Is the plaie to get It.


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Souvenirs, Sheet Picnttsr
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T' e A., of Ciillsatlon from Wash.
Itstori. C1. C.. to Denver. Colorado.
beautifully lluat rated. will be one of
John Ennor's subjects tonight at the
LUectrle Theatre.
The lierra Nevada Mountains were
splendidly shown and explain d last
night and will for a second butiject
be spoken about tonight.
Spending one week a ith uu In
Galnesville, Mr. Enmor has given his
audiences food for edu(atioual thought
they would aot have betn able to ac-
quire even after months. and It is
to be regretted he cannot remain
longer.
Owing to several causes. this after-
moom will be the last one an which
there wiB be an afternoon perform-
ance at this theatre. Turn out chil-
dreu and enjoy one more daylight
pleaslreM ----
Lee J. Seaehamip, Marsh 17th.
"The man who laughs the truth
unto the hearts of the people" will
make his second bow to the Gaines-
vflle lyceum patrons next Wednesday
night He comes as the seventh num-
ber ot the High School Lyceum
Oourae. If you have never heard him
you cannot afford to mlss this oppor-
tuaity. If you have heard him. you
will be there to hear him again.
nl the past twenty years, Mr. Beau-
cdamp has appeared on aboat 2.000
lecture courses and chautauqua pro-
grams. He has filled a larger per-
centage ot return date* than any
other lecturer upon the platform
The reports from the committees to
the bureaus and The Lyceumite are
the highest of any man or company.
At some chautauquas he has lectured
two and three times annually for the
past six years. Sam Jones said:
"Besachamp will make you laugh and
laugh and laugh. He will make you
cry sad cry and cry. and he will makc
youe think and think and think."

The Now aird Theatre.
Manager Kalblield has secure-d oin
oi the very best companies on tha.
road this season in the John B. Wills
Musical Comedy Company, who wlU
appear,bere three nights. nith &air i"
day matinee, beginning next Thura-'
day. March on.
The Nashville (Tenn.) American
says:
"In a pleasing vehicle. 'A Trip to
Atlantic City.' the Will.s Comedy Con.-
plany opened a season of t'r.v' w k-
at the Mabonic Theatre Last night
There was a packt- house, althouTgh
the weather was far from he Ing con-
ducive to filling a theatre. 'A Trip to
Atlantic City' is a musical comedy
melange In three act~. in which many
of the season's popular songs were
Interpolated. It is a bard matter to
tell who is really the leading person
in the organisation, for opportunities
are about equally divided. The prin-
cipal fun-makers were Mr. Chas. Brew-
er and Mr. Walter 8. Wills.
"The chorus contained some pretty
face and figures, and Its members
could sIngl. and was compelled tre-
quently to respond to encores.
"The show is simply intended to
drive away dull care and to please
and In this the organisatlon succeeds
admirably. Between acts a number
of good pictures were shown by the
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Thirty Year;




CASTORiA


Apportionment of the County Taxes of Alachua County, Florida, as Sh IV
the Tax Roll of 19M8.
Total vSluation 1'bs ................ .... .. ............. ... ,(
T,.lw u.,iUatiuon IJ 7 ......... ..... ....... .... .5,73., -
Ii -~ras ........ .................. $ 347,"'
County Schools.


General Fund, P*ven ills ..
(-eneral Fund, Poll Tax
Special Tax Districts.........
Total ............ .. .

generall Fund, four mills
-ltk ial l)>.trict, ....


. .. .. 41,!575. c,
14, 7 #;.5.6


County Roads.


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Tqdsi- -. .. ... $:N), -$I!4
Total Taxes for (".inty i%.r V-0- ~t~.941.6f
Tctial Taxes f-,r 0 owity au rA a j -, V

tAm n4rt uiirAtolIy ('lapvr ter 1U2 -ctian:4, iLawpeof Florilas, I lwrv-by Owt~
that tw Allve And fi~omViIKip il ~te tuu.. sawl wiln-et apjimtioniuent(it oftiletam d
tLe' mo-wmrl uL&'s oi aai.1 toulaty a am joWjn y htile Tax Roel l t-r 1111.% uDmon AIDis
lily ofihte.
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floreid., this Matrb 11, poep. S If. WIEN~il$, clerk- Circuit C4"rt

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ing for is still true---true of the more intricate life of today.
The thing you want-whether it is a used piano or
home, whether it is a ready-made business or a lost pocket
book-is obtained readily through advertising, and witl
difficulty, or Dot at all, through other means.


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THE DAILY SUN: GAISNESItLF. FLORIPA, 3ARlCll 13. 1909


IAADCAMP


-o OF WORLD
OW----Mo


*IkSCTEO FOR
TWO YARIS.


NEXT


Assia5ry Also Elects Offi-
Eantrtained by
S Loal Camp.

bareb 12.-Testerday morn-
o meeStig of Florida Head
plkm V. Woodmen of the
igj Is Fraternity Hall. the
gw erse were elected to
Se nsaing term of two

M -g .wane of Tampa. head con-
1 iimaar; Dr. T. S. Anderson.
&~;r; L.L B. Bray. head bank-
L 3. avis, head clerk; Eppes
ae d escort; Charles 8. No.
w" watchman; Louis Johnson,

aftrnoon season Miami
mmae as the place for holding
eating to be held the second
t March 1910.
-t- 'the delegates enjoyed
'-nsidw ce at the Orpheum as
pIMy the guests of the local
oi after this they were enter-
g a vry elegant banquet at
ObrI&Ss' Grand Oriental
t WeNt Tampa.
1gtadmam's Circle, the Woman's
a the order of Wooderaft.
a laIeles meeting at the Ma-
m11 yesterday morning and
i the lowiag officers:
Ag m Wall of Apalachicola. ad-
us. Hattie Hackney. River-
o lad derk; -Mrs. Louisa Smith
orda, grand banker; Mrs.
VaSs of Madison, grand at-
i Mra. Corinne Matthews of
grand chaplain; Miss
i hl MP of Lake City. grand In.
8tpard; Mrs. J. W. Neville of Dun-
Pira, d outer guard; Mrs. Mary
M Oy of Tampa. delegate to the
n 0oves; Mrs. Etta I. Mills of
grad alternate delegate
S- -rame grove; Mrs. Mills of
Mrs. Williams of Grace-
ad Miss Williams of 8t Peters-

WeedUSa and Woodmen's Cir-
ibM their closain meeting yester-
T h sessions throughout have
d almt nlatrest and proft to the
at muec praise las being a-
M- leeal camp by the visitors
S11110"M manner in which they
b received and entertained
*Ab ading the convention in this
."4%L'


NE JUST FLEW.
fe L" Takel His First
An Automobi l.
(By Uncle LIL)


Ride in


k at M a long Ume to make up
IN td9 to take my first ride in one
d OiO verlasting gas carioles. So
~1iM or tsng I made my way to
Switch 20 cents In my pocket
4 1M & a round trip to the t'niver-
f T7 Red Automobile was stand-
i fro t of Miller & Vidal's and
!id blifless enough. I asked the.
I l of questions about the
I "--i- Mwr of his magneto and the
S 9his las wheel, and others
bd *4him completely,. made him
I k!owed all about it At last
"e fltAy to start and he began
the thing up. he wound and
S S tti I was afraid he would
S t mtala spring. At last he
i ethiug strong and irn
S.l"' at Once t began to cough
Si k a It It had the chlls& aud
T d. driver jumped to his seat
I a d Ute to get away fromP
a. aIwa wa e stalled towards the
I happWned to be the only
6 Oa that trial and I felt as.
SJ"ota D lo<'kniorKan or Will
b 1L Astorbildt. I sai rtal, that
/ let I had i erst- t .1rtai, th-
I 11W dl,,'ord a s re, cur,
Si rNed nati.c: ,tu .I ,,% i .5 wi,
N -i1art 1troul, E I" r~l th i a' -' a:
bm* wtl I. I'. a th,,l i '.Ik, '

tSi ar a""d f'1 'r unti! % %,
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a tl-ith ,.,* ,; ,t I ,
11& br "a d '* t, ,'
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FOR AGED PEOPLE !NOT OF INCORPORATION.
S| \,,ttlo |- her.ih" glh '.n ith t w .- the
tU',Ei* tI i it | i|1 6. n(l tao 11t 'l. to te.'
Old Folks Sboald beCareful s Ther Se- '' nr ,r th.. sett. of ri .rlila forr
8Lm 41 *tt la if^ r4 ,' r, I'" "t hi t)b' i-'..j'e to t heI.' lor-
tUh.. 1. Kaurt Masdea i,': T ,.h',.l,.on' (,r.omnl't. i. larol 'd
--- rora.tlon under the Iwlw. of the
Sat of Floridal. of which cotlpany
W ith n anrced ag, rcomns. linct! '. folloiin ,,hall b.e the Artli ., of
how .l nio.vlent and sluggiKh liv%.r n(,oriporatlion
naturee I'4 unable to ip'rform her prop- I This notice is given piursmnnt to the
er function and requires a..istaner r'r''lir*,m#,itF of the, Stte- of Florida.
Otherwise, there ins *ffrin arid the Articles of Incorporation ha'c
Otherwise. there la onlstant Mff.*rln ,,n filed with Secretary of State. and
from constipation and its attendan.lt art given below.
evils. Old folks should n. ver u.u, WM. R. STECKERT.
physic that In harsh and Irritating. C. C. VOYLE.
A. E. VOYLE.
We have a safe. dependable ard al Article I-The name of the corpora-
together Ideal remedy that i n artica- tion shall be Florida Telephone Com-
larly adapted to the requirements of pany. and its principal place of busil-
aged people and persons of weak con- ness shall be in Gainesville. Alachua
stitutions who suffer from constipacounty. Florida. but it may establish
offices and agencies at other places
tion or other bowel disorder. We are within the State of Florida.
so certain that it will cure thptee c" (' Article 11-The ge-neral nature of
plaints and live absolute satisfaction the business shall be: To operate tele-
In every particular that we offer theri phone lines from IBrooksville to
our personal guarantee that tNey '. s:1 Croom. Webster. Centre Hill and Lee,-
burg i n Hernando. Summer and Lake
cost the uter nothing If they fail to counties; from Brooksville to Trilby
substantiate our claims. This remedy and Dade City in Hernando and Pasco
isa called Rexall Orderlies. counties. Its length about 60 miles.
and other lines in the counties of
Rexall Orderlies have a soothing. Hernando. Citrus. Hilaboro. Punt o.
bealing. trengtheuing, tonic and regu. Polk. Volusts. Marlon. Surter, Lake
laUve action upon the dry, relax mus- and Orange countless; to own. operate.
cular cost of the bowel. They produce lease and rent telephones and tele-
a natural, successive contraction and phone exchange: to own. operate.
lease and rent telephone lines, and to
relaxation of the muscular fibres of deal n sany and all kinds of electrical
the bowel walls. generating a wave- goods and supplies; and this corpora-
like motion which forces their con. tlon shall have power generally to do
tents onward and outward, thus simu- And perform. haveor. apoirer and
enjoy all other property, powers sad
lasting nature In perfect bowel move- things as may be Incident, necessary
meant They also remove all Irritation, or expedient for the conducting the
dryness, soreness and weakness. They necessary operatlas at the business.
tome up and strengthen the nerves and and generally be vested with sad have
all the powers granted, or which may
muscles and restore the bowels and as- be hereafter granted to telephone eoa.
soetate organs to more vigorous and panics under the laws of the State of
healthy activity. They may be taken at Florlda.
Article Ill-The amount of the capl-
any time without inconvenience, do not t Artc of The company thaUl be
cause any griping. nausea, diarrhoea. Ten Tbousand Dollars, divided Into
excessive looseness, flatulence or other one thousand shares, each of the par
disagreeable effect. Try Rexall Order- value of Ten Dollars, to be paid In as
ls on or g ante 3 t t 2. follows: Five thousand dollars I
lie on our guarantee. 3 tablets 25 cash. and the balance to remain in the
and 12 tablets 10c. J. W. McCollum treasury to be disposed of in such
& Co., corner East Main and Union manner as the directors may de-
streets. termine.
Article IV-The term for which this
corporation is to exist is ninety-nine
ney. "Stop it, I tell you, stop it," I years.
hollored. but the words were left so fast Article V.-The business of this cor-
behind that I did not hear them my- poration shall be conducted by a presa-
self. Next I tried to pray, but could dent, a vic -presideu a secretary. d
treasurer, and a board of three di-
not think of anything suitable for the rector. The office of secretary and
occasion. When all at once we were treasurer may be held by the same
standing still right at the corner of peson.
the University building and *Mat Idiot The Board of Directors shall be elect.
the Unversity building and that Idioted by the stockholders at a meeting
asking me if I was going to ride back to be held on the ret Monday In
to town with him? "Never again- May. 19, 09, and annually thereafter.
n-e-v-e-r-you pie-faced, bow-legged, The Board of Directors shall elect the
cross-eyed Dutchman." Of course he dof vfieoethdent company be sident
did not hear me say that; I said: "No. fom amoug the Board of Directors.
thank you. I think I'll walk back." Until the at elecie, sad uAtil
their suceessors sha be qualfed the
following oilers and directors shall
Furniture fr Temple. conduct the business of th company:
The frst carload of handsome furnl. W. R. Steekert. Presidut; C. C. Voyle,
Vice-erealdefidt; A. KA Voylo. Secretary
tore for the elegant new Masonle Tern- ad Treasure And W. a tyoeker& C.
pie has arrived and some provision C. Voyle. and A. I. Voyle shall cow-
will have to be made for Its recep- statute the fIrt Board of Directors.
Uon at once. I Article VI--The highet ladebted-
Sther the con- ses or liability to which this corpora-
For some cause or other the on- tion can at any time subject Itself is
tractors have been delayed in the com- twenty-five thousand dollars.
pletion of this work and it now looks Article VII-The names and reel-
as if they will not be ready for at denies of the incorporators of said
rirporatisn. and the rubzcrib4rs for
least four weeks to turn the building s the with the number of
over to the Masons. shares subscribed by each, are as fol-
The first consignment of furniture lows:
is of the very latest and best that Wm. R. 8teckert, Galnesville. Fla..
could be purchased, and when these 46 shares. aleale. Pla.
people get In their new home there shares.
will not be a temple outside of Jack- A. E. Voyle. Gainesville, PFla. 20
sonville that can compare with the shares.
home of the Masons of Gainesville. State of F
While the delay in turning over the oanty of t llua.,td
buligl be a Personally appeared before me. a
building will necessarily be a ard- Notary Publi for the State of Florida
ship to them. they have every as- at large. W. R. Sgteckert. C. C. Voyle
surance that It will come up to all and A. E. Voyle, to me well known and
of their expectations when the same known to me to be the persons who
subscribed the foregoing, and several
has been (onihplft,.d ly acknowledged before me that they
There will l)e one or two more cars subscribed the same.
of furniture to come in and It is look- In witness whereof. I have hereunto
,.ed for now at any time, therefore some set my hand and affixed my official
pirovlsion will base to be made for its GtO. B EVANS.


storage Notary Public State of Florida at
All of their old furniture will remain large My commission expires Aug.
in Cautle Ilall. oter the D)uttoo Bank, 11. 1911
they having sold that to the other State of Florida.
lodges remaining in the building fr m. th undermined author
ifvy. personally appeared W. R Steck-
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY .rt. C. C' Voyle and A. E Voyle, who
ake LAXATI .ROM Quinine t-wing flrt duly sornu, say that it in
ake LAXATIV IROMO Quinine td.d in good faith to contruc.
Tablets Druggists refund money 11 Ii;aintainii ;nd Olp-rate- the' tel-ephone
it falls to cue. E W. GROVE'S sig- lin' t. moe-tione-d the.re-in
W\M1 It HT'PCKEIT
nature is on each box. 2:.c4 C i YIW
A E VOYILE
K.*, ,, r *. on t11. wah t adI .S ,r Irn, I, di l til,. lh,.-c i Ie fir,. Ir- .
t '. r I, s .,. tL.j, ai-, rt t .l I 't h ,I.i .. ) f lM arch A 1i i.*"*
(GitH It VA\S.4.
^h h i .,- tf Int.r, t 1to )ouu \,,t ,.',il. Sl.at. of lFl.rida a,
As ad fer .-lishg fnidls the bt.-t lmarkt. I ,,
for et.r thit; el--., Athy uot fur you,
sin "W\\int ad- brtng rs*ultsa


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ETBDlB S. JOiblA.


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


PORTER StOCK


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Byy your
to forget


I>Usinoes or social duties to such an extent a
o' 4 obligations to your family in the matter


of iniSrance@ unless w
Itmay take the liberty of
rtelmilnlinig you. Don't
forget to lave. your home
ilhsiurtn. A liou.e unpro-
t -'t,.Il Il\' ili-urlance( is
i'1_^ r ii-t ll l 'iii'cc to your
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THE DAILY SUN: OAINRITTP. FLORIDA, MARCH 13, 1909


It.NR


WwSut.w Mwm

~um~~4ems Ubtami At

9age RSaw-
.SE *1S to to 4hem
inwus "at a. Patrr
~~~as of the haima
3w hedins. aThe'
li to Nobb ms Mwhu


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EW wis. hoistobame. n
V~~~~s fJItothom "mh

~~ ,4,dma of owS3S eight

Visit.' we The sgis
~~ ~aby. am"Je is


SAVE NMONEYI MAK MONEY l
By aJiing and slecttg a pair of
Our mew styles l Ladles' Oxfurd Tie
MIm's Low-Cuts of latest shapes.
Mtses' specialist l Summer Shoes
These are new goods just frum the
factory. prices lower than ever before,
goads are fully guarauteed. You cam
made mo mistake by takling adantaL ag
of MA T CAr STO
THE MAGNET CASH STORL


rmw* be'Ike it Hai
PoeM5e ..


SS ESSIE DUPEE


STEADILY GAINING


ONLY 17J.6 VOTES NOW SEPA-
RATE HER AND MISS ELLIS


IMg& gOBW IOWW6*
Js9 sOP ,Webste vA"%
m 1i.6 L Iv. N.Y.0 wrW:t

My IMk h ew Mw m kM11-
f in J MM ie qmyiM -
WaM ee me die
bid so mes emsl mast is di
a- mla 8%@e =y a weight.M
uI til iety aim rew w sut w6tsU
t S I tmoM iitM bo .
m- I a bti bletear tly ery .
eWir M q eil, ea hl r -ftj
ato wh. tI Oea tpresse hriM


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m um einsm ta ti tr bee ds
S*- i. I Thew by 'my eperimes
*I ate to ewt asft No intoD" t
pIM le o ai. dI torU. Ie e .
trl rmoe rMr-* "e M, _
t as- ae who e d mo.
Mew ofSMM
-E ftM" e Feemie, I. 0,
ws.a bhe hbemn t af y a t

as ms p" m sa
M

S year l a remark.
e h erN a emor er to s
W s huI thSt b ~ 11te W has OrN.
teI whm Ms me was Grat esterel
M OW ehIM, tM a beeMir pAN abg
nw has : t tem M eOr a*t .ie

SassmALL PWlAY.





me Uurelly were well pesets.
The amewas marked by e
r .mber .at Obrimat plays "
dal s the soph. aM Glover Tayr
or as .h.bles.. V0l's se.adosal
le to third be breht joy to the
hearts d the Sophs., but the joy soo
vaamshed where Glover Taylor mad.
a Omohuaded stab to left Sell.
The game was very lose trom tbe
gOni"s to eam. 1i the seventh lannin
the Sophs. tied the sore, but the
winning run for the Fresbies in the
Blnth lsing. thas winning for his
team the laurels of the day.
The score by inning was as follows:
rrebis........02 2u0 21 21-s8
Sophbs ........0 0 1102 1 0-7
Scorer, Storter; Umpire. PMle.


Wormelegy.
should be studied by every parent.
It yar child is nervous, fretful, starts
I Its sleep, is pasty faced. has rings
aitd Its eyes, always seems hungry,
is not galaBis weight. you can be sure
the trouble is worms. White's Cream
Vermlfugo Is an absolute cure for
worms. Is it's own purgative. 8old
by W. M. Johnsoo.
North Gainesvlie Endeavorers.
The Christian Ideauor uti iety of
North Gainesiillh will fgie an rutrr
talumenL consisting of a social and
refreshnieutv at the ball on Saturday
.ailug. Marti h1J. The pru'eeds all
s' to the boietly, and evtr)out! i
iu.ited to count and bring th.ir
frt.uds. as the object is a worthy o111
asd the funds will be used for a sxoli
|>urpu~
For HEADACHE-46ieks' CAPUDINL
Whether from cold, beat. stomach
or nervous troubles. Capludie will
relive you. It's liquid--ilar ,aat to
take--cts tImidiatsily. Try it 1Oc
tic sad 6c at all drug t


The Contest Between These Two
YoVw s Ladles. rows More
Interesting Daily.

A good vote was polled for eat !, of
the four leaders in the piano con, 't
yesterday, .Mi s liesleIe i)u|pre gttiang
the largest individual vote of the day.
Following Is the vote as counted
up to 4 o'clock:
Miss Dorian Ellis. city ...... 1.274.365
Miss B lesi Dupree, etly. .1,?7,080
Miss Catherine Halle., city... 1,078,215


Miss Florrie 8trickland ......
Miss M. Daughtrey, city ......
Miss Mary McCormick, city..
Miss Alaa Pennell. city......
Miss Natle Dicklsom, city..


Miss
Miss
Miss
Miss
Miaa
Mias
Miss
Miss

Miss
Miss
Miss
Mime
Mrs.


Mabel aches, city ....
Julaa Carter, city......
A. Oref. Newberry.....
Jessae vans, city......
telle Beal, city.......
A. StrIckland, Waldo...
hMma Hudao, city ....
Anleo BeTvlle..........
I. Ware. Hlgh Sprniag..
vema Stat. Waldo. ..
OoMo LmlMet. city ...
LIsie Sheppard. Bell...
K. Carlose. Mleasopy...
M. Permades, city.....
A. W. Sargest.........


MKi Mary Tdplan. Cty......
Miss L. amand Haswtors...
Mt Ruby AlhJWlht.........
Miks Ktsai Thr .........


607.405
217,105
$6,985

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29,M0
27.9"
26,010
19'm6
14,125
13,315
6.2"
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4,130
to".
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Bern.a "toowsa that eant
re a ldoielml t
MWe


Furniture


in


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Prices


and


Terms


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Breads, Cakes and

~pies=
14j Ai Ri5#l gif l*d I'id -itivalkl (NIP
Ha~kery, es ww maw prts"'iLn a i fp~r
pm, ezvcwtli..nt inr Have, mbirma&.
gm st'il) &I j(iur dOW 0"5v ifr imil4fII.

KEYSTOE yER
IL T. M al?.Pel I f14i~


9-


Woman's Beauty
Some women retain their be ut y to an a
age. But women, who regularly endure pai
rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting 1
them.
Nearly all women suffer more or less wit
form of female trouble. It should not be eAL
Avoid the pain-treat yourself at home by t
Cardui, as thousands of other women havs
Begin at once and give CaQdui a fair trial


TAKE


it WE Help YOU
ft L ratio Uf!iUsU, Goreysille., triCarded
AT mffwod with female trouble~mi d was so A& Icm
emuyfeet Finally I to abtsscardV4 amdgnos
mm.Now I mahWet dsf my homekm

A? AML DR=G5


TELEPH


The Lq Distance Syst


Oe of tdhe meat valuale feetures
of our service to or subscribers and
t the puMbi ge"erallyt, i our ae.em-
tiV wieth th eatse 8 beg distame*
No"es S" th Amerisa Telkphone aad
Telegraph Company and ti ethe~ar e
socaited Bell Telkphlas *empales.
We wn the sedet of mlluse of bleg
dlist se Olin*es the seven States in
whisa we eat m-tan Ib addaition san
menet any t lephee in our a tem
w itNess endA to y ether efty
ln whih aD Bell Telepheen system is
Thee eg dstanse Imes are of the
meet modem mnd Improved eesntruo-
tie mn andre imai aled at a high
9t4a of eMalney. The Bell system, %


operating In varione oeea
poetry, are l unn rm Is i
meet and in their metabi d
aling.
Only by reaem of -i eeol
arrangemnt betweeS oa
phone empates i it pis n I k
a Bell Telephoee slals
ask for "Leftg Diaftses and ig
wnmmunicat whe sain i /e
In the country.
This vast natw rk adf U
Ing thr.ugheut tha me I
daily In sememe andi r if
pa** by the b mer, the
eitlases In all walks of b
plant re is loa p itkn* M
great chain.


Southern Bell Telei



and Telegraph Coo


Inh. Sm ug. IM -- b I


'a- ~


G. S. Merchant & Co.
Rmtallre amd Jebber Isa

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Gralls, Gardeq Seed and Fertilizers
OUTMN SIDE SQUARE --- GAINKEVILLI. rLOW0i
Hghes t price paid for Chickens, Egjs and eoths Pe
A Complete of Hay. Cor. Oats. Flowr. Bran. B GM
sd Meal ede. We handle oaly the Very &*W*P
at Lowet P and guaanmtee atistadaftl 6



TNIS CSUPM WILL NOT BE COUNTED AFTER MARCH I,

Bush & Safford The Gainesville S

PIANO CONTEST


5


V"OTE0


For


Addnu-,


Thle Cutiawiulu~ily 11.A-' .At iA
fukladw twi ,zth Ow N If' It 0 1


14
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THE DAILY SUN: (AINESVIILF, FLORIDIA. MAR(' 13. 1909


Punl

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M-Y


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Rut.(OICIVOO'ITW ROOm 4
* iSeinHa)manas lIoi(Kk.
Si,. I BLarWOWS 9tq
on, pubdOW "er E NOW imoring -
t~",WaWeiby eaTie Is thec dItY, Or
psadlS mted States. potage


i s Jol column tecetfit a lime
wds wets for each additional


,abetinus made known


weeka Is an right peage urrty
pow.- -Wied very Monday and
"d- a Wss all the mews of the
"e Md Agenerat, and will be
81M/e, oy partof therUifted
# fW e es ayr-4a advance.
bMh "i em due after rst
-if hideas set kuowm as t
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TUM DAILY lTWN.
f OGAUUM LLT iPLa.

PRESIDENCY.

( ~isolsa News.)
ft publication of the editorial
t -ed- "A Heart to Heart
9 MBoard of Control" The
gil W has been in receipt of
baoers from people to this
di t State commending The
Mews for the poitkon taken
apr mtat matter, and urging
etof the Aght for the e-
,bag a a at Galnesville who
ir pdM the desired results.
SW lof the writers object to the
to Resident Murphree as a
l- ressor," and think that
bI doing so The Evening
to sme extent, prejudiced his


Ab ebIklng News was fully aware
Wles possessed by President
nld should perhaps have
am mion of these degrees, but
ellimlO haas been gained gen-
that it was the policy of the
of Castrol to secure men for
Mth positions who possessed

Mna the Board of Control made its
s -I-Neth of a president at
6nUsM Dr. Murphree was urged
&a gwpr aa for the place, and it
si -at the time, whether with
1 1--M hmadatUon, that the Board
&M did not feel like electing a
lb dN I possess the degree
L .Da Ti e point The Evening
S ttemp ted to bring out forcibly
bt ed~ trial mentioned was that
A t Murphree, without high de
*k eMuld accomplish more as a
l"1is. *broad-minded builder than
b Ma S th the long string of de-
PIN but without that executive abil-
8 c-0eaMary In the accomplish-
L li of the work that had. and haw
S t be done at Gainesville.
P tmleat Murphrtce has lung had
Soi g to add "L. I." "A. M." and
'+ 3w after his signature. and a few
U ago6 he was given the degree
| LLU D. "on the grounds of him
bt UCbollrshlp, and his great serv-
10 the cause of higher education

1 *ndrstand the ioard of Control
i d to10 take definite action on the
4e of the selection of a pre-ii-
of the t'nlverity at Its meeting
"i days ago. and The Eveninu
i al tcerely trubta that it ill
'* r eulfully b(h matters* presented
SIt bekre any fiialt action Ir takpi.i
S105 is e'ver to bt- a (chaig'- at
V1ills eD now Is the. tine. and. In
Sbl" e opinion. Dr .urpbrce Is

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1;. llt<' ren-a l fmit n izr.it-l ri,'.
I-'ala ,ition (if Ira laid. for Ilns t (n ,. (
lined from soaruthalniK ouer eight iill-
lons. In the. hbe-Kiii i g of the. last cn11-
tury to not much be-tter than four
millions. ilthin a ip riod of :- .:
yrars. If Ireland could o.lir(, -1n7 t
eight millions of peopl.o. there is no
question that It can now. But mis.-
government. which e uitigh:tned Iritlh-h
stltesmen now. d. I 1' mr Io ) th. I I
out (if tit.' ilot i Iv ;l'an l *,fit the' i .' .-
to tef-k new to their tcnilaT'raiiitat atd a.-1ir ..&.a
\o:hilhg. In fact. call h- more distress-.
Ing than the way land' ri laimed at
great ex|l-nse a century ago has gone
back in the absence of cultivation
from arable to pasture, from pasture
to sedge, and from sedge to
bog. The whole process may be
seen even now in active operation
throughout Mayo and other counties
of the west and south of Ireland.
It might even be calculated in dol-
lars and cents that a nation loses just
so much by the emigration of an able-
bodied aan. and t1e sum of this de-
pletion may easily be carried Into the
hundreds of millions. It is plain that
the Japanese government recognzlses
the problem and the danger. Not only
does it lose by the emigration of its
able-bodied workers, but there remains
behind an Increasing proportion of the
Incompetent, aged and deformed.
while a growing preponderance of the
female In sundry population returns
Is one of the results well-known to the
historical economist.
There Is, in this attitude of Japan.
a strong argument for peace. England
positively encouraged emigration from
Ireland. and misgovernment drove
valuable citizens away from many
countries, as modern history shows.
Perhaps the best instance is that of
the French Huguenots after the Edict
of Nantes. They crossed the Chan-
nel to found the silk industry in
England. or, emigrating to South Af-
nca In the seventeenth century. be-
came In the course of time more Boer
than the Boers themselves.
Russia is committing this act of In-
conceivable folly by beer misgovern-
ment. With half a continent waiting
for development, she is driving her
citisaens to America: while throughout
German Poland, Southern Italy and
Asiatic Turkey the same movement is
in progress. What will happen when
all three races are absorbed into a
general American type only history
can show. In the meantime we are
getting ftor nothing the life's blood of
other race.

FORESTRY IN CHINA.


S* () i :it l' it nl fhia ri) liii
'hulh f.,Ill,, -il th. ','1ii \;a l ofr tr,'.0
Il' Ii '>.i 9Ie -l.p f.irnI rI nre-a r( nif 1
I t,'rr: theIr hill- I '-, ti* ardl.r
tIo hold tiinlugh sil In place' f!or farni
'iir. alid to htinl litl. wallr acrom
t !e v lla\s. to catch th-he illt hich the
annual fl(owxl< dl po.-it Two rcnturti-.
'ro. nn iy re ionmi of China which are
Nw birre.n. merej iiaying revenue to
their one.rs. Now the- tood supply
is ~o sear,-#- that little polds aret used
for building houses. and rootat and
aphrlle are<,n i' burlin-l a fil. 1
Over three- hnitldr-dI ( hi Tuesq ftudle'utt
frni ,'loet-.n |privlnca's are' being edu-
rc"told in Itoon ( Collosite for the uplift
of their country, and It is expected
by those in charge of the proposed
course of lectures that a movement
started there will in time spread
throughout the empire.

Col. Thomas J. Appleyard, editor
and proprietor of The Lake City Index.
and secretary of the Florida Press As-
sociation, has purchased the plant of
the Capital City Publishing Company.
and will take charge of it on April 5,
on the eve of the assembling of the
Florida Legislature. It is understood
that the State printing. Including the
daily journal of the House and Sen-
ate. will be printed by Col. Appleyard.
who has not only a thorough knowl-
edge of styles of State printing. but
is also one of the best practical
printers in the State.-Times-Unlon. '

A large apartment house is soom
to be constructed In Jacksonville
which, it is said. will surpass anything
of the kind in Florida. It will be In-
mediately in front of the First Baptist
church and In a fine neighborhood.

Marion county officials do not pro-
pose to give up a portion of their ter-
ritory for the creation of a new coun-
ty from sections of Levy and Marion.

Vagerte *f a Celd
You can never be quite sure where
a cold is going to hit you. In the fall
and winter It may settle In the bowels,
producing severe pain. In the sum-
mer it spy give you colic with diar-
rhoes of summer complaint. Do not
be alarad4 or torment yourself with
fears of appendicitis or Inflammation
of the bowels. At the first sag of the
pain or tra p take Perry Davi' Pain-
killer awaM. ,swetened water and
relief v4 some once. There Is but
one Palakiller. Perry Davis'. It is now
put up in a ur large sie as well as
the regular Se sine.


China. often called the most back-
ward of nations in the care of natural
resources, is to be the scene of a
vigorous campaign in the int.erets of
the forests, according to plans for a
m',ries of meetings which ill 'w held
under the auspices of Itoo ( College.
Wuchang. China. at Hiankhow. \Wu
chang, and lHiayang. lLater t here ill
ti nleetlingi in all the large cities
and important pIorts tith on the coa.'t
and in flht' ititerior Mr IHoa rd I{ich
ards. Jr. the' repre-t.iatie in this
country of the ('hilnese college, has
becn coh'(tllting material for these-
course's. uiid has just started to China


8.''. ral of the putlotelrapbh e ahoa lug
t he effect oif dt-feremrtatouianj Chin(iia.
,A which ace'mjiaaided the Plrv.,ad~unt .'2
last annual naessage to ('(nicuir.. fearui
* part of a aiet of tacreojaiv ozl it '.
* which aill be ubed in Illuistratitug these
hict u~rv.
('bliAAlIAI l)Ftb.abI) taken lt-r-s care

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Do Not Neglect a Cold.
Eiry Mold wkes the Lunts. es the IRV Iantd mAeNh I
system lesa able to w standd each succ--eding eo m
pavai. the way f r more snfm dai s
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3KcnTIVE DU0. u. Mu

Leave Gainesville for Micaopy, Fair*M ad w lo-
cal points South....................... 10:30
Returning, arrive Oainesville................. 4:21
Leave GainesviUle for Sampo City Itka,
Lake City, Valdost, and all point Noo *:*
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SAIV PlAItltI, FL()KIll.A LI.I.MITI:II,
SI:.\lt uAl!V Yl:.\l-lt-I['NI) ll.MIT'l:)
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MODERN PLI LMAN EQUIPMENT.
I I i I PIllmuluan Vesti-
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S- \ 'tinue; Pull-
I PIalll l each;
a' City and
Augustiut
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TWee blacmlth *hoa.
Three raillays system.
Elsht beaevoleut orders.
Two plawoopal eburehee.
U ated States lead lee.
Ow shemknal laboratory.
Thutsten Sunday schools.
Two ve.-riuarv surgeos.
O0. Pr9sbyrtun churre.
Two clear diauufactores.
Pour real e tat sagencres.
Volunteer a tre department
several Iaber COmipanies.
Three Mthodidti church"
A bras hand organilatlon.
Twu photora oallersie
Two m eing etare shows.
Wrb a Wa ter eaa.aa-a.
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In addition to the Piano there will be iuued by The Bush & Safford Piano (.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be mi
as a rt or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will W
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To ft sk rdi ft toa toeW sa Wf o r .......SMIS
To mo iO r h s On iMNO vm@ oar adh oru ...... ....7tU
Ts bOn Nd fbt i ndM bad uWfram or.....a.....- -13fl
Theee due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anycOe
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the !p
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects thew'
to will be given each of those tieing.


How and Where to Get

Votes
The following merchants will give one vote
or every cent paid Into their etablitsbents for
woods which they handle:
The Galaneswville Hardware Ce.
PketSartees.
Hyde A T"81.6
WheM VItes May Be Cast
allot boxes will be ouand la the establish
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The
ha oBeo. Votes seat by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun,
GalmeovUille. Florida-


Rules and Regulatda
1. The contest is open to anyone Nvi b
Alachua county who Is known by the xri
of the contest or vouched for by some rStI
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of thePO
prietors of the above-named Arms are e- lifi
participate In this contest, and will partIciW bm
no manner.
S. In the event of a mlsunaerstandla bgetW
candidates or others Interested In this 000"
ech controversy may be referred to We '
ductors of coantet. who alone are the pe"
qualified to render dedalas.
4. In the event a candidate decides to .O
draw from the race. such candidate will t
allowed to transfer votes to the creW4t u albn
candidate la the coateat.


$1.26-Three months' subscription .................. 400.. 0400 votes
$2.50--Six months' subscription ....................... 1,000 votes 1,200 WTO
$5.00--One year's subscription .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 VW
For a club cf five one-year subscriptions (before April 1, 1909) .25,000 ..tes 30,000
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30,00 v't
Th' r. is no limiit to tl i nu lr of c .]tlis .u -l c iit'-t;tit n '" -, THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00- Ont Neuar's &ubscripti. 400
Fir a ci.b uf tiv Ot e,. car It scriLticus . 4.

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is urdesired by the P"P
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SIn Which a R

he Awarded a

Certificates V

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One $400.00 HC
reilingin the Cou
number of votes b
April 15th, 1909


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resident of Alachua County Wl

Beauliful Howard Piano, and 11

abed at $3,150.0 Furnished I

afford Pano Co., Sole Re.t

e R. S. Howard Co. of Miu,

Mhe CoNte h by THE SUN 1

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13,660.00
)WARD Piano will be given to the pam
nty of Alachua who receives the higbt
tween December 15th, 1908, and 10 p.a
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORID

rTtuhh Vn4 FOR CITY MARSHAL.
ALL- ar ro the Voturs of the City of Gaines-


SAKmWAM Quality
Florida this lee- appeal to the Well-Informed in eery
per ot greater than walk of life and are P ntial t perne.mt
c csuet and creditable standing. Accor
i week 44 lots were ingly, it is not claimed that ,Syrup of r;p
obeh at from $200 and Elixir of Senna i. the only remedy of
known value, but one of many reaqonq
"" why it is the I rt of po r-'..i i :in I family
Fair il now olien laxat.Aves ii th" fact that it k beautiful exhibit ,; eenq an.l reliever the internal organs
-in which it acts witho.it any dehbilitatian
aft,-r 'ffectsu an.l without having to iucrea!.-
I O manufactured In tLe quant;tv from t::nc to time.
g a nw material being *
n m aterialbe It arts peaantly an- naturally anJ
k g a tsuly as a laxative, and its component

o Florida Pine Com.- parts are known to and approved by
e of State convicts physicians, as it is free from all objection-
ggm approved. able substances. To get it beneficial
| .. efects always purchase the genuine-
m 4n m e horses will manufactured by the California Fig Syrup


Co, only, aad for Wae by all diag -


DiN eluttle of Cpartnership.
The firm of the Galnesville Foundry
& Machine Works was this day dis.
solved by mutual consent, W. D.
Durst having purchased the interest
of A. M. Larsen. All bills due sal!'
Arm are payable to W. B. Durst, who
assumes all liabilities of the same.
A. M. LARSEN.
W. B. DURST.
Gainesville, FMa., March 6, 190I.


Simple Remedy for Laoippe.
Lagrippe coughs are dangerous, as
they frequently develop into pneumon-
ia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heals and strength-
ens the lungs so that no serious re-
sults need be feared. The genuine
Foley's yoney and Tar contains no
harmful drugs and Is in a yellow pack-
age. Refuse substitutes. J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co

D0ir3 Their Duty
The Teacher-('hiilrei we v':it t
rle" 4if ur'!v'rs l y d I:.,: u- ry
Perry's duty v.-- tio w! ., t'* V :' :
ard he did It Tlhe I'-t't tr i'' 9 u1It'
W -I s f it a t t :i ? : t hi l 1, ; 'l : ) "
quetftl-n. and thly did It. A'1 .'i ,at
heroes won their vhit<.rie' loy d,,i'i)
their duty. ('chlu.ren. we I ave or ;ic*
ties. Wlihat ul;,u!( we' to f. r the %, ak.
the suffering. tile I pr --d ''
('horusni f I'T :l- SAll in an' I1.k
em: ('l' !.ind I.e':.ter.

Lovers


Of good h alth should prevent sick-
ness instead of letting thimstelves get
eick and then try to cure it. So long
;as you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach In a healthy and active con-
dition you won't get hick. Ilallard's
ti.rbine rdlltves cui ciiliation. inactive
liver and all stomach and bowel trou-
bles. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

The T!'(..tivo Cmne.
Near.igh.i i 'll '-t I p~rfa:-l e the i.A'A t tliin" wll I,. s
lon an'.d tiresoine s'-A h from sinme
t:tlk:itll, e guy M tll .n ti' g,* Next---h.
I supl~se on. I'm the tal!:ntlve ruy
that has to make the simeeb.--'h.-uago
Tribune.
A Swollen Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
It's caused by, neuralgia, toothache or
accident. Ballard's Snow Liniment will
redo-ie the selling and rt! eve tif.
pain. The great and sure cure for
rh,.umatilm, cuts, burn.. bruises,
-cahl.> any and all aches and paius.
8)lId by W. M. Johnson.

Her Claim.
iM rs ;illlt '., I erv' Is a t:a',' i:,
r,.u r <,'! t r iI l ... r l, -' '
t* !ur M r I'' : r \\ .. I ,U --'e
F i t w r,- a I v. i l t .% i~. r ..d f, i3
t' r'v.n s,.r- ;. l .,| '- l..zr


during the coming
ar March 25th.

we tir that Volusia
a sto ear future fight
e Mt removal question.

IL Johason an eminent
SaWgsis. Tenn.. is con-
rbg"bgC in Tampa and

ig isa on foot to build a
hotel at St. Peter*-
3MC N. It is to be comn-
r the next tourist
so fr Ownexttourist


im Coast Line railway has
= I to Perry and ai erect-
s depot. This is the
tS to ran through Perry.
facilities such as but
Sla the State can boast.
nIs graded to that place
to complete the line

ever the Florida East
--mt the heaviest in the
e road. Not only is the
d Iirtstos handled dally a
i, but al'o the freight
11arwed to i:s g.lea tvt ca-
fgrnos trainloads of vege-
PI blag shipped along the
M dally and express train.
;APM. The truck growers
I Mbw Bat Coast are harvest-
I 4M already and the t.hip-
OaRaa hardly h -*un asx )t.


POSTED I

%tAILY REAL ES-
,BULLETIN is, Ip-
ViAh Bankers, Attor-
B1i iavestor.a in Heal
Let us eil it to
ft that you will be in-
u to what is doing
Late circles.
dpft books ar- crnlk.te
4041. PUNTED DAILY.
tharw you Ue 'kfet in ti.
SDo not take <.hh or
idhout mor iaranure.


I -COuNT

COMPANY
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4"' PH(MPH ATk


VARMs


alle:
; am a candidate for City Mlarshal.
for re-electiun on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and efm-
ciently, night and day, and may record
is open for Inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup.
port and vote of each and revery it!.
i.' l l. j i' l nn.'r e n ; i | .,r l. i a I lIAt
"" '** u ) r,:I \ I e In ttl he a'-t.
Yours for order.
... \ I .\:. 0( A


I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13. 19. I respectfully sol'.it
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
th duties of the office should I be
elected. Respectfully.
CHASE. C. WARREN.

I respectfully ansoumce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
shal. to be voted for at the election
on April 13, 1909. I elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
office without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solieit the vote of all. Ir-
respective of party *amilatkl
CHAB. M. DELL.


FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
To the Voters of the City of Gainee
yule:
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for .City Tax Assessor for
the year 1909. Having been Tax As
sessor for four years, I am fully pro-
pared to fill the office, as my record
will show, the city assessment havy
ing been increased in that time from
a little over $600.000 to over $1.000,000
I was prevented from running for this
office last year on account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
votes. W. M. BRADFORD.

To the Voters of Gainesville:
I hereby announce that I am a can-
diuate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1909,
in the election to be held on April the
1:th. and most earnestly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position.
Thanking you for your past endorse-
mtnt, I remain, Yours very truly,
B. R. COLSON.

A Religious Author's Statement.
Rev. Jo-elhb H. Fesperman. Salis-
bury, N. C.. sho Is the author of sev-
eral books, writes: "For several years
I wa.s afflicted with kidney trouble and
Is -t ahitr I was suddenly stricken
aith a severe pain in my kidneys and
was confined to bed eight days unable
to get up without assistance. My
urine contained a thick white sedi-
nent and I passed same frequently
day and night. I commenced taking
Folyv's Kidney Remedy, and the pain
gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I cheer-
fully recommend Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. J. W. McCollum & Co.
Of noise allne Is l'rn the I, ward
sense of ilhniiie. saud from sctt, n
PprIlngs aine the inward knowledge of
true love atid faith Maclmnmald.

How can any person risk taking
,oni, unknown cough remedy when
(.',l' t' Honey and Tar costs them no
more' It is a safe remedy, contains
no harmful drugs, and cures the most
,1)btinate cough and colds. W'hy ex-
perimnent with your health? Insist
upon having the genuine Foley's Hon-
e*y and Tar. J W McCollum & Co.

Want advertising l a force which
you can harness, and with ahich yo.
.an drive your pliis, aoid purpose.
' an)> desired desunatle


C ~ ~ IA liI '.id '1'i,.r c iiecoughs
Yor Inf~uts and chil~dren. 4 ~."t i- 0. ~ n
Tho Kind Yau Pao kAdais Bought I. tL1 0:0 .IWNit("I'( 41u& '
Li: 7`0 'iI'9A 1'A iN111TAX



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For COLDS and GR!P tt'6-
0143-AII &%-Wtswd .4t the dael.o
if c,1( \' ~ : L. t'tI' I .~jt .'4f .* .rf'h edte till L"ke 4

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IA, MARCH 13, 1(I)9


WELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN
WeMss w; *irfer wth disorder po ieI f thwir
*s sheul. wrat- to Dr. Pierce nd receive ree h e
aie o : physieim o over 40 r"yers e| p inee
-e skill' J sadl WmeenSul tpecialget is the disowse
W wanes. Every letter o4 t1 o sms the me s"
Wre sonaiderstiotia d is re asrd ser
*eaudeeial. Memy sm vely modest womme write
Mdly to Dr. Pierse wht they would *Werink ine
Miln to their looed pslelsa. The local p~ysleis,,
Sprettv sure to My that he en. m t do tgarthmb
wit'.-ut "*'a ranminatiop." Dr. Pierce holds that
ttw, di(atseual *manamati, l sree generally se***
I"*, sad that o womis, except in f e mes, shedd eubmit to &m.
Dr. Pleree's treatment wt ewse ye ritht the a~e, tf
your ow bhome. His" F oeeiat Preserielpas eum
V=befamwd., seme at them hem emat of
i is the oely medieae of its kind that is the produet of a really l*du88d
iien. Th one7 oesy e good emoth tha if maken dare S pri t ey
ent on its outside wrpper. There's s seerecy. I wi h e
tise. No sloobol and se hbebitorm;ag drus aem fond i kit. Soem sr
doe medicine deale. may offer you a subhsitue. Dou't Bke Ik. D 'e i
with our health. Write to World's Di spesry Meiied Amsssetie, Dr. .L
V. Pierce, President, Burs!o, N. Y.,-tak the advies rseived and be wuL


ABE 'T ADVERTISING-NO. 7


The Cannon That


Modernized Japan


By Herbert fta4.


Business is no longer a man to ama Ca
tact, in which the merchant and the paros
establish a personal bond; any more than
tie is a hand-to-hand grapple, where bone and
muscle and sinew decide the outcome. Twde
as well as war has changed in its uspect-il


-7
are sow fought at n ar range.
Just as a present day army of heroes wold
have no opportunity to display the ind'm db
valor of its members, just so merchant who
counts upon his personal acquantanship r
success is a relic of the past-a kiu d
Japan changed her policy of'ezcluusim to
foreigners after a fleet of warship batted
down the Satsuma fortifications. The SaAe
rai, who had hitherto considered their
and bows good enough, discovered that on
cannon was mightier than all the swords If
creation if they could not get sear eA t wue
them. Japan profited by the lesson. She di
not wait until further rampats were atter mo
pieces, but was satisfied with her en. experkg
and proceeded to modernize her methods.
The merchant who doesn't' advertise is
much in the same position as that in which Jamab
stood when her eyes were opened to the fact tha
times had changed. The long range publicity o a
competitor will as surely destroy your business as the
cannon of the foreigners crumbled the walk of Sat-
A suma. Unless you take the lesson to heart, ualubs you
realize the importance of advertising,not a asthe
means of extending your business but for
it as well, you must be prepared to face the oame
quences of a folly as great as that of a dW st who
expect. to survive in a contest in which his
bears a sword twice the ngtk of his own.
Don't think that it's too late to begin because
there are so many stores which have had the advatag
of years of cumulative advertising. The city is grow
ing. It will grow even more next par. It needs
increased trading facilities just as it's hungry for new
neighborhoods.
But it will never again support neighborhood stos.
Newspaper advertising has eliminated the strength of
leing locally prominent, and five cent street car fares
have cut out the advantage of being "around tMe
corner." A store five miles away can reach out through
the columns of the daily newspaper and draw your
next door neighbor to its aisles, while you sit by and
see the p)eoplle on your own block enticed away without
your leing able to retaliate or supply new customers
to take their plla'.
It is not a ju,' tioni of your ability to stand ~I
cost of advert' i,:-;T bLt ,f ) .A :. :i'h to survive without
it. Thel thi you h:av\' t -I-r is not only an
e t.tn3X ,)': n: y jur L :i: ... L:t liuhling 'l.at you a .
rfL J ld t'.,
A.\ -ir' .ng i; an i;:: :,: ,:, i ( t of which
is in t.'.., ii". p lrI,,rti. ,In it, :.t/ ,a St ./13 are tO
th"e J.,'1~ t I. A i, A it i j :' : :. r: 1f,r you to
( ;:i ~ i jlr pullicitV au., .I I .-\;,i .. \ .ill .1 ~ e for a
farn .: to '. itlac u\ r pir.' i ... r if he
di.coveri l t!...t le C ull 1,'.' :crops
by imt'l/,).,g it.


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THK DAILY SUN: OAINESVIIIE, FLOIDA, MARCH 13, 1909


O P NIRRAL INTEREST
@W SUN REPORTERS

jma Band What is Ge-
IWa-PesMLai adm
I ----*VI
bas of the City.

a md ticket at Rutherford's

Slt evenings ever at the

5El : a planter of Alachua
a ta esky yesterday.
g'I emt Elgin butter Just
f= *rin& & Earle
MW orders to Harrold to-
OrfM bash stall-fed beef.
i A.PTrry of Hammock Ridg,
Snla the city yeterda:.


5L, hm of Hague wa5s
'M visiti g the city

Smdoved. Swisi and
sm cheese. W. 8.


ye:ter-

Phila-
Dorsey


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Cedar Key oysters, day and night,
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
A pleasant surprise for everyone at
the Electric Theatre tonight.
Special attention paid to ladies'
tiade at Rutherford's Restaurant.
J. H. Palmer of Macon, Ga., is In
the city visiting his mother for a few
days.
Mackerel, smoked halibut and cod
fish, all fresh and the best. Saunders
& Earle.
Good gentle horse and nice rubber-
tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
Manasse.
Mrs. Georgiana Nipper of Newberry
was transacting business in the city
yesterday.
Remember the edibles to be served
1,y the Woman's Guild in the Porter
block today.
The i-rfect flavoring extracts-- llue
Ribbon Vanilla anq Lemon. Real fruit
flavors. Pure absolutely.
Miss Florence Italls left yesterday
for St. Augustine. where she will
.-pend the next vteral days.
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Joluaon.
Tonight sill be the bNst one >.et of


k JtJohn klnor's tra .logue.s. Come. to
WIL A. Pinaell of Bronson was the Electric Theatre and hear him.
01- business in the city yes- Kerosene oil only 121, cents the gal-
W lIon-onet or a. many ab you swa.l
b &0 lUrby has gone to Gra- Iut onl, l today at thli price. \V S
*im dhe will visit friends for Ikorr.-y & Co.
l Mr. J. F. Elwards of O(ala arrived


Lmertry and %ifu' of ~.
Ikbt.were anasmt, thet i. er:.
b dty yested ay.

kkMO of riwj 1.Lturt$sav6ill be
MIWmi after this aftemooana.


---1 at 2 o'clock the.
b1 1al church Aill
0ia 1 the Porter block


fI C. A. Neal and
SMMainst business
L Viittors to


ladl.es
todayerve
today.


J G White.
men of New-
the city yes-


I*. T ree of Belleview, a
- Uk of that section, was
Slily yesterday looking after
S matters.
a tIUbs1 in seasonn as well as
o~ staple and fancy gro-
'*C ea supply your wants in
B. J. G Harrold


in the (it) .-ie.:daty ai.d will .-iai
.onettilae here t iititig her daughter.
Mrs. T It. Stringfilow
Chickering, Knabe. Mathushek.
Fischer and Ivers & Pond Pianos and
Crown Organs for sale by W. L Hill.
I'ianob for rent or exchange.
Mrs W. E. I ow and little on. W.
E.. Jr.. arrived in the city yesterday
from High Springs and will spend the
next few days here viiitiug frih;d&.
John Ennor, from Washington. D.
C(. to Denver. Colorado. showing the
march of ci ilization and fi n mo ing
phitures at Electric Theatre tonight.
Mrs. Dr. S. I.. Robb left yesterday
for Chicago. where she will tlwnd
the next ietveral weeks. She goes to
take a special course in her profei

lir lob .McCall of Savannah was
looking after the trade of the drug-


3~jj~ ~*gie~tr in this 00t yesterday. Hiss many
UWSMEU. l ta- ioi.-frobla'are alWia.d14A
of Im ube a d a ntke0hs4'k t sri. ~ i i t.ed
T .twto rma #9 (r' C p IItalta Cjt i I ;.E le b;saA n 1116th t -
'84V SW f r e ei r% ae I..I- iat;1110ft t ure our a.ti
iw4-t'Wfrlg eti ncflAd ~i.a2~ti It\eaf e -t. ak our Il-
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MCAL SKIRT SALE TODAY


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('alit JA Kying(if Orinware itit. gt
I- Tie. g'u'ei--%ill. kilifdeit regards and beet wish-
of I Lo, roal '?Tafl ie me C,f t lA~t s "- w-ffefach officer anid director of the Bank,

Gtthtodrt fro If)II41A yo(ti will always find a cordial welcome in
want C hailre 'tall-fed 44-4-1. It full (our 1-a~nking FoomII4.
Pojualp the' Wextf-rua mat at n.urbh I.-
Tl'r it I~ u. ir e al-t.cost.f'i -t1k. fi jl i epa e i va,. '.iI j .arteri--e v' r y ce isi v~e -
l~ram -~e:h ic an It-:at It sawl it ha, 4t~ ~'~ItooIIImake (ourplace p11114iit,
jm-9.. :irri.e-d from i s-jotile ie r r-. 'W .S.
~ At. ~a~e'e~iI !&~to those who call to wee tl.q.
:'i~- C('rris. MIller. after a delight-
fu v(ta t ~ i.'jte'1 %eurnf dca%.-t .- ls NII'%' M ra
j I' a .tt'rt.cd It(# leer hlie~..* it, THI'E GHIIMIVIIIF ATIINAI Li


). r 4'labti Ifear todAe for a'-h (only.
anid no ot&rdrai rankei over the 1*phone. ___________________________
V ~ C0 SM i,-' om M M ininm


FaU" t6 finest, uwst delicious bisp
on"e cwit, a and pastry; coweyqs to foiod
~~ 60 mostlieakbmal fiut&~ctim


has returned


I ULNDU/fi UO
s_*PIAL NOMICL PERTAINING
HOFFMAN. the celebrated w TO AGLL JOBS
coach stallion, will make this season
at Crawford & Davis' stables. Terms *
reduced $10 service ee. cash in ad-

J 1. Situouton. an extensive trucker
.f Mlianopy. was in the city yester- U
hi.I He was en route to his home at- 5 --
t. r an absence for the past ten days
i', *4-orgia. where he has been looking
after his large peach interests in the Davis & Oliver
(GmiN*r" State. _._





First National Bank
GAINKSVILLE. K'LOHIUDA


Established Over Twenty Years


(Capital, $14(,(X). ,O()


lNiTE STATES EPOSITORT

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


i'&ahwr


Jam. M1. Iolrhamui, I rv
k. H .rd, Vt.t- l'rtv.


Ilouse.
Mrs. T. S. Dorsey


from a pleasant visit to Fernandina,
where she visited the family of J.
W IBrownsfield. She was accompanied
ion her return I) her aister-in-law. Miss
It.erti, lIrve-y,. who will \iit relatives.
he-ro for the. i.xt few days.
I i \\.alla.l,'. better kniowi atmonlilig
lh,"e ( .iit %.- .ll -l I i-ele aU "iHufo lit.."
t.i- rt tiir',,d fraim a tour of the- court
itr. IlaathI:eL: .cI ;a-a 'int for thel. pa.~i
tu r \i;t.%, t oN r ilore r lie' I 11mi au
f.ili !!, ',4g id "o k* amid ha- t,.',

t >I 1 g. ( I (> i k. % .l I h a I o nI
r JI l I. l f I of Iil. 1 ,t|p ti" II l.t .
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a III 4"')fdtt ~ l %%il k S'iutb
1.1 f.iI 1. A 1i11441111s ~te i 1 9)Neorill
ilo i.* ,aael, i k.I *reic. n. leWO
I % 1it 1 l,11-t 4C Cel4a, %%1 1 re-a fill.
Is,'ae .1~A I Iaj le 'akil.irdl'
talI at .a i Out .- A flli a al Ie !,,~r IL-
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Mr.-. Julia Pinner and children of
Palatka arrived in the city yesterday
and will spend the next few days here gg W A HS.
visiting the family of J. M. Manning.
This afternoon the las one for the5 Ca A
children at the Electric Theatre. Ow C t PM' I-5 oft
tag to circu-'tancee there will be __ I A L L
no more moving pictures in the at-
ternoon. FOR RENT.
E. Ludwig. the merchant and miner OR RlNT--iPve-oom eottaA. L
of Tioga, was transweting business In ply Ubrtr
the city yesterday. While here he ,y
was a caller at the Hartsafeld Grocery WANTED-To rest two ettases:
Company. close In. Apply at Telegraph Thfmm o 1 IU 0 DOWOn.
Cheaper than buying the material 0'
and preparing the food yourself sla the OR RENT-.r ais-room ai two t "UO )
way it will be at the great sale of ve-room cottage la South saiian yo wat| Is PO I
the Woman's Guild in the Porter ville. t I froaM o CoR PFactory; Gdty O i _
block this afternoon. after. Apply at Coffin Factory.
F. M. Ramsey of Wacaboota was In
the city yesterday. He states that FOR RENT-Pve-room ttage m Goo& In tis meta t
the truckers are very busy with their block ext to square; city watr 5B
cabbage crop and are shipping large eetric lights. buhl roo. a a S .l Wbe m
quantities every week. cwo ince. Apply at t wi
"Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is the a m -"
best remedy for that often fatal dis- WO AN "
ease-croup. Has been used with
success in our family for eight years." OR ALjE-Typewritr ribbeM, both on the you know
-Mrs. L Whiteacre., Buffalo, N. Y. copy and record. 75 oests oeS you m a ettil. 3 AQ
J. E. Moyers left yesterday for Sun office. .
Ocala, where he will pay a short visit _- g11i QUALryT.,
to hit slster. Miss Clara Runkle. one LOST. A
of the popular stenographers of the IVM
Camp Company In the Brick City. LOST-Near Bepnington. a yellow R A .
Henry Hale of Cedar Key was a btheded hal-Jersey cow with C it M
visitor to the city yesterday. He came
for the purpor, of visiting his mother $5 reward for the return of animal
and other relatives. this being his to my home or for information lead-
fqrit i-it here ia a number of months. Ins to recovery of same. ConasUne
Johnson. City.
You can find just what you want a-hsn; W -" n*B
for. Saturday dinner all prepared by WANTED-MALE HELP.
'he ladft.. ad oa ale in the Porter
block. The proceeds are for a worthy WANTED Young printer of ordinary
caube and your patronage is solicited. experience, who desires to better L W
W. N. Wilison left yesterday for learn trade, to act as galley boy, set
South lake Weir to look after hbl. heads, distribute and set type oe-
oraiige grole interemti for the next casionally, and do general work as 1m
fes da). lie has one of the large assistant to foreman. Must be B
and handaomest groves in that part steady and of good habits. Apply
of Florida. at this office.
Thaddeus Hague. the deputy sheriff e uAAA b Alig
of Hague station. who was compelled WANTED. W od 0 04,
to shoot a negro on last Sunday. was "b*T-:- A-J
in the city y..terday. He accidentally NL wPOST OFFICE BILDING-Any- T >Jin .
shot himself in the foot and can one wihsn d to cupply the o-
scarcely get about. tractors with maud, crushed rock.
gravel, brick, or other buImilding m.
According to medical authorities teri or to mate subxontraeta for FAU
and proven by statistics, persons us- -excavation. or any part of the work.
ing Rye IBread are not subject to ap- will please communicate with King W
Iendicills. We are sole agents for Os- Lumber Co., Charlottsville, VTa..
wald Jaeger's Milwaukee Pure Rye General Contractors.
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