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 14, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01605
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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(tAJNESVILIE. FIARIDA, SONPAY. MARC H1. 1909


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ANTHONY.


March 1:1 -Alout 12


0' pIlS of a fire bell st.re herd and
Ot lsh tlbering town wa aasaIk.i1eel teo
Ad tbe boase of Ir ID A lAmaiilih e
StM. The laules had alrea. '.o,.iasi
late the roof of the kitchen lind diaiiix
rom, which was fatlli in italla- dij,
cuveorod by Miss tl atti- Carrill aim ,
slept la a ruom adjoiiingi ihte dliiiii
room. Quite Ia c'led Iathe.red il a
rasarkablb short time. iid a m.et-
ad li saving a soud deAl of theI ful.ui
tal e. but much atli s a tiis Tii. li iatiil
of the hbouA Se-re asle.ep unitlll th. tii,
had gailetd such lhead at lhat tlh.
hba no tlaw to Iuoe- No e cffrsi t.
made to eatlnguish their. fire it
vwald hav' btee uat-l.a e ti-lie ir ith.
Ihih"boriug hue.-s would doubt li i.


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Prestidet Cleveland refused to sign.
His fe's ambiten shad been to give
m people a iomet tariff revision.
d his defeat at the hands of the
tru->etrolled Senate was one of tae
kbeeset sorrows of his life.
I ertly after the passage of the Wil.
so ill Mr. Cleveland, with courage
mdamuted. wrote the following letter
to Mr. Catehiags of Mississippi:
"Tarit reform will not be settled
until t is honestly and fairly settled
Ia the nlaterest ad to the benelt of a
patist mad Mong snfering people. The
trets sad comblnations-tbe commun-
lom of pelf-whose machinations have
prvented as from reachnlg the suc-
ea we deserved. should not be for-
getae aor forgiven."
Probably the average reader has
misnlaterpreted the real significance
of the bil of the Ways and Means
Committee. As a matter of fact. the
res tariff tug of war is Just beginning.
The Grst step will be the reference of
the bill to the new Ways and Means
Committee. which will contain mem-
bers who did not serve on the old
committee. Whether these members
will care to make their points in com-
mittee, or reserve them for the open
House. mepot of course now be stated.
The bill may be reported back prompt-
ly. and the battle begin In the Comn
miltee of the Whole
With the bill thus before the House
It will be subject to amendment, and
.4A. aweniiments entitled to debate'
here are 391 members of the House
and every one of them will be interest-
ed in the bill. Men from the cottni
goods section. men from the sugar
and rice sections, and men from th.e
cattle-raising sections will all want to
be heard. and will be entitled to the
floor.
Probably carrying many changes
from Its original form. and some new
features, the bill goes to the Senate
There it is referred to the Finance
Committee. After examination it is
reported back to the Senate. and
there sla again open to amendment.
Next comes the conference between
the two houses with a view to comr
promising. "I'll support your sched-
ule If you will mine." is the general
rule. and the public generally gets
the worst of this policy. Finally the
bill passes and is ready for the sign
ture of the President. If he likes it
he signs it: if not he vetoes it. and
if he returns it with a %eto a two
thirds vote in both house's is neces
sary to enact the measure into las.


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UNIVERSITY N(


Several young g to :thli r- hlu-. re,
lntly entered ltheVil'. r-lt tto nio<,.
ily prepare the-mse.lles for their vo-
tion. They aret all taking the short


urse in pedagogy.
The edges of the driveways through
ie campus are being planted with
ecorative shrubs. The work is nearly
mpleted and already adds much to
e appearance of the grounds.
The last meeting of the Athenaeum
lob was held at the home of Prof.
rott on Friday evening. The best
ad a paler on "Agricultural Organl-
Itlons. '
Prof. Vernon's "CorresDgndence
>urse In Agriculture" has become so
popular throughout the State that it
as found necessary to secure for him
assistant. Mr. Esell, a recent Ii.
c. graduate of Clemson. was selected
r this position and has already en-
red upon his duties.
President S1edd left Saturday morn-
g for Island Grove to deliver an ad-
aess on "Education for Service."'
his lecture was one of the ueriets of-
red by the committee on extension
IorK.
On May 20. "Farmers' Day" at the
Feuntak Springs Chautauqua. Direct-
Rolfa of the Experiment Station
IIIll deliver an address on 'Diversified
arming." special excursion trains
Ill be run on that day from Petnsacola
id River Junction.
Farmers' Institutes hae been held
gently at Long Bridge. ltradloau
iunty. and in Patco county. At the
lrmer place addresses sere itmade tby
professors Rolfs. Scott and Blair: at
e latter by Professors Rolls and


Scott
A magnifi''nt trolical orlichi ( );;-
cidiuni lancilatunii is tien% in full
bloom at the' gre'iin hie u-*- :i. i at.
tracing iianiy v ..;it',r.
Dr. Straughan. of thel It ;reau ot
Chemistry. Washington. 1i. C'. left
Friday morning for his heunii.. aft.r
arranging for further expl.triment.-
with sweetcorn. The.- exim-rinients
are being carried on in oII opelr: tion
with the Experinient Station The
work was begun ti f' ',ars ageo
The station is now distributing pia('k
ages ol M-ed of the L.o'n h ean, a neiw
Introduction from the' Philippinei..
This bean rivals the v.elet bean, and
may even surpass it. The station is
also preparing to distribute in April
small packages of natal grass. This
grass topk the first premium at the
Ocala Fair. Like crab grass, it grown
as an after crop In the corn or vege-
table field.
The exhibit of the University and
Experiment Station at the Tampa
State Fair attracted a great deal of
attention, and now numerous Inquiries
are being received from all sections
of the State conct riling features of
the' dlisplai
Bulletin 97. on 'Funguiss diseasess of
the White F1 %l- ha.' .,,.t.e lpie'pared
to* Ilr lT'rge'r snid sill slieiltl .% ele..ar
l lulle'tI ;0# Scab1 l.f ;i k on C 'itru-.'
1has tjl'.t c'O te, fre mi th, I ,i '..- alaln i:-
laHwc rad.I for dlii rinitioll Th, ;ian
tln' r I'rn t F'.F'a 4 It li;s- iII thl elila,


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Es'OYSTER BAY GIVES


ROOSEVELT RECEPTION


Ex-Presdent uas Cordial Greeting for His


Many


CUldren Were Present.


OYSTER DAY. N. Y.. March I1.-- smilingly: "Time alone wil t
Ex-President Roosevelt and Mrs. whether you are to bte aforde a
Roosevelt were the guests of Oyster ol~portunity."
lay last night at a reception in the When 'Mr. Rooe.e\..lt saw the M
town hall. boys he was particularly paagg
For everyone the ex-President had Some told him they wished MI* -f
a hearty greeting and with many he cess In shooting lions and he reOM.
chatted pleasantly for a minute or ed that he knew he would be .W
more. Almost every mother In the ceksful. A bystander, who had bf
village brought with her her children. posing as a newslpalH.r reporter, W.V
.Mr. Roosevelt was especially pleased up to Mr. Roo Nwslt and. hoMlag at
to see them. a number of ipaMirs, asked him to al
The people filed by in single column. his name'. Mr. Roo.sevelt deUc
Soon he was busy shaking hands and saying he did not know what the W
exchanging greetings. The line, com- Iwrs he was asked to sign contalsu.
posed of men. women and children. The papers the' man held were drwp
moved slowly. because Mr. Roosevelt leed at Mr. Roose.t.h's feet sad gte
had something to say to almost every- man hurried out. The papers werea
one. court order directing the taklag
A tall colored youth remarked to Mr. Roosevelt's de;-osition in the eem
Mr. Roosevelt: "I've carried the of Peter A. Jule.y the Town TopWi
Roosevelt banner in two campaigns I Puli.lihing 'omiiip:nly. At the em.
and I hbiie tto I|a the honor of doingI clusioi of the reception the for0r
so agA!A, president and Mrs. Roosevelt dr
Ti t'- lr Ito< -evelt replied back to Saganmere Hill1


DONNiE MELROSE.


I' I t( S E. M a ruh I :' One' (of th,


tt!e. (cared part% gi i'to% ri- M M
('ochran and Mr h~.~:r- la- .11 at 11 #c

The' larme' parlor wa-4 lic- I art i- 't
-illy de'coratt'd with long herane lkie's(of
('hLrolie','ro- e's uao .'lis)% ~ a in'
Afu'r all the' giqt's#~. of %s hecian the-re-
%Aer'o vr em*r ttort) hioia -s' (I. (' I o,
lit itow% re'fr'c'.hiac'- %4 i~roe-o 'r~ e'e
c'a idec (14.. r% -. t 1i t -c i a 1e' 1 ira i qI MI ) tl
411't Ihio,.v' r*-.' jeet pinse'i iin thuiegan.t
eel' t'ut-'hre 'euehih'lf llec'Ae'-i.t, hlt-i()teither-
animse'd It h-ni -#-! % itIi 'e d 1.0 l
icamse's in ano~tht-r room Nnijmvereoa
%. 4-r.% 1 r't t.%lprim,' 'A *re' lcro-eitit-d lb%
the' charminglughi':tte'5% to the' haujl''
X% iinn. rs AItc~gt't her it mAa'- a Ilio.%t


fill ba--ket dinuie'r sUas *'joyed by all
Tile-MNIvro-.'vChap I' .'Tof the ChaM


.A doli~iitful iw~ciimadiut trip In Mr.
hlamil.%Wsin- iti' tr launch on Tiaeuiy
%%:I 11111f h 4*ii 1 '1- hiball loermct. Mr.
%N.stt-r". "e'?''r talking machine p"

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A gio~4id 1 r:a ii fit I ?. ilaheN fell a
WVeet-tie',.' i m, I?41 %%.:t- (Jill1% aloepr oit
hYv th.' f:irzii'r.. aid or e c1ge' gleemt
A Ili%%-ant' al at I he HPMM18
Ilibl. mus- i t'M -. I 1Atil"'utf of OveldL
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P N1 11If.teit1etitthe- s.'lklioU3 ai
lotcpi'iilai Iiiirjee'imi. 4ie-ml-raieor at NNv
iti~ er. .1%Ili toun i Xhm(W a'Mf. P114
g, tt cam. m.rfie 4 t i, tO lsk after the l24t1'
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Miss L. Mack left Sunday for High- Ihklek for trial and was much dbI
land. where she has accepted a sum-! |linited when the .ludg e ruled asliM


mer school
The Melrose citizens are much
pleased to se. the placing of the |loles
for the long distance 'phone The.
line will run from here to Camplille.
The cemetery cleaning on the 9th
inst. was attended by a large crowd
and by noon the work was all done In
the twest manner, after which a bounti


his appearing as attorney. He I
loaded to the brim with legal lore
as preparing to cross-exaimis A I-
ness to a standstill when the J8I0
asked if he had been admitted to 1*
bar r He had to admit that be ha
overlooked this preliminary a d tfi
court held that hlie could not CoIS
the case -Starke Telegraph.


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TRIBUNE

publishes its great Annual Spring
Fashion Number. This edition
will show the leading styles for all
ajes, from the baby to the grand-
mother. Besides the regular news
section, there will be several sec-
tions in full color, printed on fine


paper .


There will be a women's


section. devoted exclusively to the
styles and affairs of women: there
will be a men's section, devoted to
men's wear: there will also be a


Home Beautiful Section.
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AMUSEMENTS

Wills Musial Ce mdy Co.
On Thursday. March lthb. the Wills
Musical Comedy Company come to
thI Baird Theatre for three night.
presenting on the opening night "A
Trip to Atlantic City "
The Wills Company are favorites
everywhere. The Atlanta Journal
says of them: "Wills' Mulucal Corw.
pany are Atlanta faisorite.,. bitter
than il-tT ItMfore
Lou J. Beauchamp.
Go to thli TiTa rlatii lI. 4 \\'l' i l-a -
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He carried the audience by storm. If
you have any more like him. always
send them along. I place him against
any of them. Not only does he keep)
an audience roaring, but he makes
you thint and give you something
worth thinking about '
Electric Theatre.
Many of the ipatrois of the Electric
Theatre ha ling l M--n unable from onei
(caiU.* or aiiother to alteiid last h week
and he-ar John KiEnor de.-crilwh the
IIIel(Irs. i of our graniil cintll ra nd .il -**
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one and should not be overlooked.
Mr. Ennor has in his possession
the largest. most complete line of
photographic acenies taken direct
from nature that there is in Lthe
world, and his descriptions of th.m
ar. gfent, of oratorical liroduction
If i. ..ibl" v.,.r )ou e should t.I |ir*.-
-m tint. lli -ht?% illm'iotri-d Tht. iii
iInK I 'ctiure's will hate. tt,.ir |pla e in
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THE DAILY SUN: (;AINE81'iLLF. FL)RIIPA, MARCH 11. l9o,


LW.GILCHRIST

SU ATTENDANCE

,i r YOURSELF ON THE
ISICULOSIS QUESTION.

I O o Held H*er on March 1
N Ins tructive and
Seneficial.


-ag day Health Institute to b .
w is city on March I and
S of 19 promi ,'s tu( h for all
N oaPNM-al health standl0poit.
a .iNMbit is one that will really
tIagL, besides it sill t.ach .ou
118 dot eway how to combat with
IN -ie disease of consumption.
*Ii tilowing Is the Governors
-t-o.i covering the question:
,jW* iS Dow being conducted a
of education for the study
ag I-pmtlon of tuberculosis in this
S T uberculois has Ibeen well de-
S the 'great white plague.'
qa Uatted States census report
year ending May 31st. lIt!o.
p it total deaths of the white
so |W that year was h92.092. Of
S gbgr 69.,93. not quite ten jwr
WA IW &rM consumption. Of the
d aMe the total deaths were
jgA; 2,&W, about fifteen per cent.
UN&M consumption. The total
l ai Florida was 6.482. 5:9.
ho am 9 per cent. died from con-
gapm. Of these 559. 269 died be-
tag the ages of 15 and 24.
sTs State Board of Health esti-
ga that the money cost of tuber-
gfb, ticluding capitalized earning
p lost by death, exceeds $N. oI
SNpta. Estimating the number of
the In 1490 upon this, place the to-
I anal cost In the United States
MsI ,14,0,00 per annum. The cost
Io saftag to those who have this
uad disham cannot be estimated.
T State Board of Health states
tW ueeantists not only think, but be-
bw that the disease can be checked.
dI ot only checked but obliterated
Oi abced from the earth. If a well-
lNsnd attempt is made in the di-
a-In e of assistance. and with keen-
*td educational measures and su-

"'Kse-ighted educational meas-
we sow being conducted in the
if Umad the leadership of the Na-
10 AsociaUtso for the Study and
1ItWoa of Tuberculosis. This
AP is being conducted with the
SEWatl of physicians, health of.
6lbi 1h0mless men and commercial
dW. weme's clubs, labor organiza-
*, iehctl societies, fraternal orders.
ellds and colleges and the news-

thefore, recommend: That all
*0 Pule residing in this State take
640Wa tof the opportunities now
them,. without cost. to become
m" P1a0. and to preserve their
bib &ram this dreaded disease.
E- iat the executive office, this
OWI 4ay of February. 19414.
"Witn my hand and the great
Sof the State of Florida.
ALBERTT W. GICI'iR1i8T.
"Go% ernor
"S the Governor. Attest:
"H. CLAY CRAWFORI).
"Becretary of State
ll h.as. c Florida."

IURKHIM'S PIANO CONTEST.
~. Keel Maktes Big Gain During
the Past Week.
Wies.the band get up anid hustle
ly w1i1 be In tit.. 'alhitn' judging
e th ay 5) the iigh S, h lId5 Piled u, the (sole in the con
t as1'ig : the lua, lt e,.k I's ,. -
l lvaz' niad.- a g ine h..alt h
j- tO Iheac'h fl rst, aiel t. ilit,'re'u t
h m achidreK It t, ,,, te. i
UJull to ge .t ?,U-,
'Ilowlil i, th,. t.el,ulai.,d ..(.,,r,. ul.
b t ught.
I. n FKIi i, ,I.zI, I,,' ....
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A positive guarantee with
every article bearing the
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A SUCCESSFUL EDUCATOR.

Alachua County and the South Florida
Normal Institute.
It may interest the readers of The
Sun to know how Alachua county is
represented in the South Florida
Normal Institute. Dade City.
In the faculty. Gainesville is repre-
sented in P. W. Corr, the president.
and Miss Alys May Corr. teacher of
Latin and science. Hawthorn is repre.
sented by J. W. Sanders. first assist-
ant. lochloosa is represented by
Miss Ida Jackson. who has charge of
the eighth grade. 0
In the student body are the follow-
Ing: Miss Lois Mikell. Wannee; Miss
lertha Love, Trenton; Misses Do[aa
and May Ford. Melrose; James Jack-
son. Lochloosa;: ouise Cone and
Myrtle Sanders. Hawthorn.
The South Florida Normal Institute
is represented In the teaching force
of Alachua county by Miss Ella Wil-
son. Jonesville school; Miss Zeffle Mc-
Caskill. Center school; Miss Annie
Lee McDonald. primary teacher In
Hawthorn school; W. N. Gasklns.
Stroble school; by Miss Orrie Smith.
E. W Gideons. Clarence Sowell.
The attendance in the Normal de-
partment is more than double at this
time last year. New students are ar-
riving every week. The buildings
have grown from one to three. The
seating capacity has been more than
doubled. Already Prof. Corr is re-
ceiv'ing applications for teachers for
next term.

Colgate's Letter to Salley & Co.

New York. March o. 140.
Mesors. Sally & Co..
(;aiiniiu ll-., Fla
I~.ar Sir.- \'we ha. e had sent to us
a t'oi.v of ith daily Sun of your
toA I of f' .)eh 'th. Ini which ouu ad-
s.rti .td our (ta.igon Souiat at 7 bars
for 2-, c' -litr
\ ." r, -le tfiil .call ( our att' ltionll
10 tht. liiJltli r tIh.t I |it l. is a cut price
that %, 1*I nipt furlih our K ioa to
il..I* r- I( tut jric '-e taidl i.-iioi realize
ith tratde- ;ni .i 'k If 'tuu will oil t kinld-
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De ceaton Returns


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COUNTY SCHOOLS ARE -TOU HAVE TO TOUR CREDIT IN THIS BANK-.

CLOSING FOR TERM t ..e, ,,11 I.1- ,, n and wish-
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NOTICE TO



BASEBALL



PLAYERS


Tlhe setasll is now on. We
are in position to supply
your wants in Sl'()l l'lNt;
G4 )I)S as we carry tl.-
largest stock of lBaehlil
( od), in tllsit s'ectionl of tlit "


Glau and his overweight chorus
from the "Aeroplane" company have
returned to New York In what may be
described as greatly reduced circum-
stances. Not as to finances, let It be
said, nor yet in numbers, glory be, but
in avoirdupois-that Is to say, gross
flesh. The entire galaxy has lost out
in this respect, much to Its advantage.
It seems the people out West will
support slim ballerinos. and no other,
and our famous "baloon chorus" car-
ried, so to speak, no weight with them.
They treated that prize collection of
fat New York beauties with an unpre-
cedented coldness. Consequently. Glau
faced the problem of reducing the en-
tire front and rear rows at once. or
shipping them back-"excess" bag-
gage. It was a terrific job. as all who
saw the "Aeroplane" before It left this
tolerant town will admit, but our In-
genilous townsman tackled It and suc-
ceeded-broke all records, In fact.
And thereby hangs a tale worthy of
any fat lady's attentUon.
Glau didn't rdnearse his flock into
shape, nor starve them Into line, nor
yet worry them, verbally, into shadows.
He paid salaries regularly and let
them eat and drink as they listed. He
simply hung up a new rule in the
dressing-room to the effect that every
lady less than five foot seven who
weighed in excess of 150 pounds must
take a teaoonxmful after each meal
and at bedtime for about where her
bedtime ought to be), of the following:
One-half ounce Marmula. % ounce
Fuid Extract Cascara Aromatic. and
3%m ounces Peppermint Water.
They did it and in a month averaged
a loss of a pound a day apiece. "That's
a dandy receipt." says Glau. "Simple.
pleasant, harmless and a worker from
the word 'go.' Wish I could get a
railroad rate reduced half as good."

Will Have Fine Dairy.
( R ( Copland and H. N. Owen-
will ha'*e charge of the East End
I)airy. now owned by J. 8. G(oode of
ihis cito They will make many ne-
*t-sp.ar imiiprose'eniett there. anid pro
Ioo,* to d)lit" the fli,'N t htziitar) dairy
ill 11t h1'. SII1 oth ar,. '%ie-rl'envd
%orker- In th buu.l,-i's alid Ilh'y ho
liit .oi ir liAtroinalK** a S-urnllg )iu of
itie *I l .-i .r' ii,'.it IA r *o,-.lile*1 and i .
Th,.-Ir ljhi ci ulltum .r I s 20 aalld Ili.")
ill lha,ti ai all tim -i.n inllk. rea.li.
lutjltl r ,1 1 ,utt, I r maillk

Wormology.
rih,, IIl ,tu ':tud -ied by ,*.ery pare-nt i


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Bank,


ALL SIX MONTHS SCHOOLS WILL
END THIS MONTH.

The Eight Months Schools Will Com-
mence to Close Next Month.
A Prosperous Year.

Th,- public schools of Alachua coun-
t are now nearly all of tlose' taught for only .ix
month,.a ill t!. con ilht,-d within the,
next week.
A large- nuimblr of the sch l)s clos .
-*d during the lpa-t wee-k, lbut next
Meek nill witie'-ss the closing of about
everythingg except those that ha've an
'ticht-months term.
SuIperintendent Kelley stated Sat-
urday that this had been one of the
most succehliful scholastic years in
the history of the county, and he felt
that much good nad been accomplish-
ed by the competent corps of teach-
ert engaged by the board to look after
the destinies of the children.
The reports show that the attend-
ance has been remarkably good. and
schools that have never had much
marked up to their credit had the past
term taken advantage of past expe-
rience and done good work.


Left Fit; lack Siide
(By "Footlights.")


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JACKSON VILL3, *-ISA.
W. L.. PDWIHAJL4"-


KIBHNBRABE VEETABL SE

It pays the farmer to plant only the bee. It's
question not of "how cheap," but of "howfood."

$ orl bok b k iasd a h n Fm d
We are noW cooking orders (or Pas asd other m aae"n i We
wiU be glad to ared you pricem on maqt.


W, M. N S SEED C

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W. W. 3AUPM


JORDAN & COMPANY

INSURANCE


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llbr lankin romhlg-.

Make our plahe hearli uarteri--every conve-
nience afforded to make our plaee pleasant
and agreeable to those who call to see us.



THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
"TIIE NEW RELIABLE"



The Greatest vet of the Year

Spring Musical Festival
JadiM s Fb, FAO Ift a 2"

IEW TOUK SNMH1T IT-
Conductedl the Famous Inonter of the WorM'i
-Mater Musacia, WALTER



Asisted by Guutaf Holiamquit, bo; Read Miller, tleor; Mm. Oul
Rkder-Kelry, sopramo; Nevada van der Vor, als.
FOUR CONCERTS-Momday aatinee, omehstral; Memd ),
laaeom; Tomday matiae, Artkit' concert; Tuesday ht, sts
CREATION," with the Jacksonville Choral Soety of 200 t0ni0ed 1ae a
New York Sympiony OriMtrm and solosb. 83ANON T2112 L
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THlE DAILY IUlN: :AINMIt.L1, PfARIDA,


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A f the planters of
I s wae paing his numerous

O 3l SL oHMy, a meoeeosfal
W 4ie M wer of Wacahoota. wa
inmmn te lm i the *0W yeaS

g mI Aedle tof Miekaopy wa.
r i the o"y l&aHray. Hi to an ex-
g. e Ivelonb i of that seetiem

L. V. N. vice-presMent of the
(of AMf Navel Strem Co.. Jackson-

as ..Abut mm m.s.
P. b. OaeO mnd daughter.
0 IMM l nld yestw day tois a
3 i bm to Tfgain-



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l "As t' huahs have to wal.
a go m as meno m eaw



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tg ao .e eut ams e=la~
Mge r. r Cl,,neert ,ebster
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so be soelathoef oidI&a

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.. this lmpwait matter-Do It to

kAUnd Is wSee THAT EAtDACHLn
Out ant dlt? HesdsHbe and harv





eas 'This qsoas? icnks' ChasInreas
sst the imng to at mte for b-DeIto.


CTle'te beed--braa the nerves.
rIL. Atb4Mag ms.


SAVE MONEty!MAKE MONEY!
BlY Calling And bviveftilig a5,,li cl
OW. uew lot) I-oI." n lAdie,. 4 )atoiId'I I
MdeO'. 1A)% ('Uts of lacei cat II.14
miabra, apeiae III a' jlia t 1 141 4)c..
Tbt'.e' are Ise~ eesmil- ju-1 fh'll11'
factor), place.. l41%1-1I Mai. -aI 1i.o.
11"A4 tire full. gu..cacc ie 'I -ol
neake bta 1W.PA kt l ok. ie tjcir adc i A.1
ofII tib ole I
THE MAGNEv CA~w 'ORg


Soft's Emulsion
is for coughs and colds as
well as for consumption.
It's easy for Scott's
Emulsion to cure a cold
or cough and it does it
better than anything else
because it builds up
Sand strengthens at the
I same time.
Don't wait until you get
Consumption or Bronchi.
tis. Get & iott a


s41a a P m e w 3a

AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.
Divias Servlese Will Se Hold at All
Plaesm of WershiMp.
Serves will be observed at the
varm echrahes of the city today as
9oows:
First Baptist Church. Rev. 8. B.
.eger-- a-day school 9:10 a. m.
Preachg: 10:0 a. .:; subject. "01 v-
tag Man a Chance." Juilor B. Y. P. U.
2:3 mand Sealor B. T. P. U. 6:30 p.
m. Evening service 7:30 p. u.; sub-
Jeet. "Oatherlan Up the Fragments."
Ptrst Prhsbyteran Church, Rev. T.
P. Hay-Moraing service 10:30; sub-
jeat. "A GOepel Not to Be Ashamed
Of." Sabbath school, 3:30 p. m.;
toplc. "Aeeas and Dorcas." Eveninl
serve 7:30 p. .; subject, "Oppor-
talty." Mr. Tom T. more will slag
at the morning l M e.
First Methdist Church, Rev. F. R.
BrMdge-- -nday school 9:30 a. a.;
preaching 10:45 a. n.; LAsgue 3:30 p.
m.; preseblag at 7:30 p. a.
Advent Christian Church. Elder J.
T. Johasm--Preackdng at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. a. fSbject for morning,.
"Oettlag wpy sad God's Efforts to
Arsea Evenin Mservice. "Preach
tag to Spirtts In Priseo." Sunda
school at 10 a. m. Baptsm at night
Everybody lavitkd.
Holy Trialty Cburh, Rev. F. H.
Orsll -TMrd Sunday In Let. Holy
(miUalO 7 a. m. Morning prayer.
Utamy ad sermon 10:30 a. m. Sun-
day ssheol 3 p. m. Evening prayer
mad erm 7:0 p. m. The ofrtory
asthem at this service will be man
by Mr. Tomas T. iiore, mulesal
dirsetor or the rMeb tho e eae
beph rd. Jeek unville. The La, s
services raing the woo. wil be as
Vus : M day. 4 p.'t;,: T dv,
S,. a. a-i4 a.' Tier na a
services e W be 4M l -Womah1
AwMlary Day li a will ono-
sist f a elebatlmW of -- Holy Qs-

ith oarmatonn BelMas at 4 p. .-
ThMrWday, 4 p. m. Friday 9. a. a ind
4p. m.
St. Patrlek's Catholie Ch tch. ev.
P. J. LyMach-MaM will be held at 10
am. DevotUio of th Holy Rosary at
4 p. .


A Rellgiew Authors statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman, Salls.
bury. N. C.. who Is the author of sev-
eral books, write: '"or several years
I was aletod with kidney trouble and
lat winter I was suddenly stricken
with a severe pain In my kidneys and
was confined to bed elght days unable
to get up without assistance. My
arine contained a thick white sedil
meant and I passed same frequently
day and night. I commenced taking
Foley's Kidney Remedy. and the pain
gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I cheer-
fully recommend Foley's Kidney Hem
edy. J. W McCollum & Co.
Nuisance Should Be Stopped.
Now that (evrt*aii ,treet-i, ha .e t~. enii
* I'd. l.* I.t1 A V \Ic'I >i A il | rhiiitg
iof blc 'lei Oil their' 'hli' ialki. h l uldl
Itw riKilllh 'iifoir '.-l t(' ii l.tin ~ r.
miadet (i llh i i. jrle.r I4r lh oli i Fiil.ia
ulie" I rtt .alr l of ttfil i fri ll Ilii. l |i ,j
t''. F'ri'l.% .. lik ua ..~ i n i ill' at
Ill h < e i o'Ii |I itl-'- .&il til t i ls m. tli .t a ,

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MISS SESSIE KING ENTERTAINS.
Gives Whist Party In Honor of MI"
Ruaer.
A de-lightfil ('Iuii *<'pnt hilh Ai-
r-redly .-nje.ved and will long bt. phIle
anti) r.'nemtwred by those |larticipt-
inK was th,, whist larty given Tue~(I.i:.
**v'nling by Mi.n lilesie King In honi>,,
of her charming guest. Miss Ruger.
The pretty home of Mrs. .1 IP
8tringfellow (where Miss King li\,.
was artistically decorated for Ithe ..
ra ion with handsome |iot platits a id
(dog-wooMd bloom in |>rofui-loin
Ther wert stix tables at card-. :% I
a hty %of young peop|ile not Indulg: -
in the game "made merry" with sicrial
ch.at and laughter. on the comfortal''.
nmoom-lit veranda.
During the course of the game fruit
punch was daintily served by the young
ladies assisting Miss King In enter-
taining her guest and at the close
of the evenlna a delicious course of
sherry. cream and cake was enjoyed.
Miss King always excels In entertain-
Ilang. being possessed of a --acious
manner which makes eveiyo:.. t ease
In her home.
Miss Ruger, by her affable disposi-
tion and charm of manner, is making
many friends In Gainesville.
At a late hour this enjoyable party
came to a close. the guests reluctant
to end so pleasant an affair.


LETTER TO T. I. ELLIS,
Galnesville, Florida.
Dear Sir: How two men differ! N.
Avery, Delhi N. Y., had two houses
painted two ways; the houses alike,
same painter, different paaints. One
paint 6 gallons; the other 12.
A dealer there who was selling the
12-gallon paint, threw It out and put
In the 6-gallou paint.
Do you see why? The less-gallons
paint cost les for the Job by 6 gallons
of palat and 6 days' labor: $10.75 for
paint and $12 to $24 for labor (accord-
lan to painters' wagrs $2 to $4 a day.)
A dealer In paint at Malone. N. Y.,
was selling this 6-gallon paint, was
offered the 12-gallon paint for 15c less
a gallon. and took It! To make that
extra i6c a gallon, he saddles a loss
of $22.75 to $34.75 a Job on his cus-
tome. What If they find It out?
The people had better lookout for
that $22.75 or $34.76., whichever It is-
we doe't know what painters' day
wages are there.
The two panlts ar Devoe and anoth-
er sold at the same price by the gal-
loe. Will you fegte out that 12-gal-
I=O paint: what a &an can afford to
pay for a galeIn of it?
T2ie m-t 4 (If you fisre It
rhgt aswagin ese 2 a day: A man
could afford to put ona that paint If
.jey m 12%c a gallon;
aada wage o$4 a day, he munt
set WT 6 on. ,
Toerm truly.
IS -. W. DCVOE & CO.
I P. *.: Tse OainesvIle Hardware
Co. sell our paint.

u ati ads. bring resua




LOUIS KALBFIEIlP. l me and Mr'r
THREE NIGHTS BEGINNING
*M :L 4.u ^ AI, Ich

TEJON L WLS

MU=CAL CNETITACOMrY
(MOSTLY GIRLS )


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UNE MU KarTY CMaUS!

Tir'iay Nisht-"h Atlati City"
Friiay i --"rTw i0 Cmri"s
Saturday Night-"Sweet atme"
-PRICES 26. 35 and 50 cent--



Breads, Cakes and

Pies


SIGNALSOF DIIKESS

Gainooville Peple Should Know How
to Read and Heed Them.
Nick kidneys give many algn.al of
di tre'f.
The secretions are dark, contain a
sediment.
Passages are frequent, scanty. pailn-
ful.
Itackache In constant day and niaht.
Headache.s and dizzy li aire fr.-
quielit.
The' weakened kidne>In ne-d quick
help.
Don't delay' tU'e a awecial kidney%
remedy.
Iksan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid
neys. backache and urinary disorders.
Gainesville evidence proves this
statement.
Mrs. L. de' Yampert. 10i7 W. Arling-
ton street. Gainesville. Fla., says: "My
kidneys were disordered for some
time and I could find nothing that
would relieve me. My back ached
constantly and I was subject to sick
headaches, dizzy spell, and chills. I
had a constant feeling of lassitude and
the least exertion tired me. I read
so much about Dosa's Kidney Pills
that I decided to give them a trial and
procured a box. This remedy 'drove
away all palns and aches and I am to-
day In good health."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
states.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.


Will mild Fine HOme.
P. M. Colson. who recently sold his
handsome home on Alachua avenue,
has decided to build In College Park.
He has Just received his plans for a
large up-todate 8-room residence that
he will have erected at once In the new
section of the city. It will be located
In the block next to Prof. Blair.

A Pleasant Phyalc.
When you want a pleasant physic
give Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets a trial. They are mild
and gentle Ia their action and always
produce a pleasant cathartic effect
Call at ay drr mtore for a saDlie.


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Sdesredd by tarrirr i the city. or
SdS the f l sted states, postage
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mo= .,asn g Mratsfor each additional

Wgp lay&dvrtsingl made kowm sa

a* W5 *-as. an eight papr. forty
p lPSg, published every Monday and
d a2etasie all the amws of the
k-'I.L Stait sad general. sand will be
.. iiftree, to say part of the waited
Sso a year--4 advance.
bills bedme nsh after fre
tsg adWisement. nksesotherwise
11e1us01. Parties sekow to us
s1v-- wb p paty for ad titsE in ad-
bm THU DAILY SUN.
,GOAssaVAL., FLA.

e nMeslo ranks second o( the ports
i aoId States in the importation
il' handling last year no
i 1 S,-OO.OOO board feet. while
Tsrk. the leader in this business.
f 12.-0.000 board feet.

SIndolece,. youns man. It Is
0 9l f for the old to take lels-
jt teps, and to rise up from
a agats with remarkable delibera-
lid an audible groan; but for you
om is Intolerable. Be wakeful
I else the train of adversity
M ver you.
bme iOm do a great deal of work
16Mt stopping every man they meet
itjl hlm a minute detail of the
*i" vma, skill and cash every ler-
mnm demanded. Other men plow
p~frlty over a very small Job.
f sm eerd well in blowing them-
W f tbut nothing else up.

IWO-e culture is receiving more at-
Stafi t Io Alachua county than for
$= past but not such as this desir-
S. b &ft deserves. There are partieu-
hr paur of the county where all va-
Ides of the peach can be grown to
i estiNMJ, and we have for a long
Sthl't 1 to be a strange circum-
S' W' e at ti kuch parts their cul.
Nism has been much neglected or
dyNI abandoned. We hope there
I" t revival of nurseries and oreb-
*. It will pay to grow more


T1 ",l "'rice and rye,,' sl euphoo-
SAL ON etisens tell us that during
SV Wa the combination was success-
S* 11 by some planters. The
*' o rye made most palatable bat-
hr tead. Rice In a large number of
aill has always substituted wheat
lad to a great degree. and oat meal
e lhruely substituted hominy for
41* neakfast meal. Here we have
Of o the most nutritious cereals.
Whe can be luxuriantly grown all
S Oew Alachua county. Rice and rye.
ets and corn. In abundance, would
insiat every man and beat in the
S W*y. But nothing will do but
Swe must send abroad for the-w
Wiep;p and not only thece. but for
U of our sugar, meat, Irish po-
boes and onions. What aljet islaae.s
W 1 all are to the iE.at and West'

The 8tarke Telegrajch bayS: W"Vt
ate that several oif our -oite-tenora-
fig Ste pleased to refer to the de-


IS fthe 'lzite~d Sta-tes co-urt (cf
10 the' drainap. tax niatt.*r a'.,
a p iviory for the- Hiatt-.'That
il dPends It is tw%-er a great %Ic-
b" f"rthe. State ()r an% cthiaer ui~ i
*Vi"Om ~tou ring t4~it% f tr ina t1,
lUmsns to bew %a P.te-4l.4 It lliNa. ct141 i
Pea %iter facr i -,timic.. lairt, ll.
Of Iilkl.,r,bin-ugi i w nt % A I,,tu

bo" 4 11111e.10 11, all., a 'it fili al' ,1101 .4
16810f~atud docl.,i .11,1 ~ Ill~s a, :
i ~re~ t K ~ cltu r ,- -I I%% .!'' '" I
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OF UIVERgITV.


I'I "Ia. l' v,- ;: ,l ., 1 .. ,

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i9'' i:il 'li t *ti it i ll of '- ('f* inI
ir f'it if l I .1 t 11 -' I 1 a -
I, ,,l I'i I, I. .\ A M ; e I
ia l ,i. i I i lI I I I l .I T I
t.I 1h 1 a Im t-- | | |I I I II II I
1. a t, I ,p :< I. l *' ,' l S t.'. I :,
t l -I D\ ri' th, I Il,' lii. i of th h, ,.i l-, int
th*. El*.ir fili Ir, I'r lt -ltur thir, 1
fort llll.el ifll hi- (itil.llt facti T If
I .li n. '%.. l.iar! lt* 1r, I nto nih Ithi -
Iaq i f 0l I a lstro ide ri ef in t he alf f.
th,' T allaih.I ..- **.* *, *in ,iat r Iiit v 'i.,,
about rd. T!!i- ita', re s of therI'tli i tI
I ni ersi-t It s t he t w;nl' tli rei ir'.
horl Id h' not geit theman.fiithon Ifc



the most effective It de!'ve'lopingu thie
qul,'stloi ll t his o.ill of th c- r -, ',
I'h rld Th,, iit'r' t of the I nlit\ r-in
ar,,. of courlr param ntii lnt In slt'.(
Jili a p're-.'idlc t th. (,r' i llinig tir>,t:\
should !., to gt th,, nit ah< rani
he most .ffctive In d,.v.lopliini th
-.hool into a great I'niversity where'
the youth of Florida shall throng hby
hundreds every year to get higher
education equal to the best to be had
in other States, and In arousing the
pride of the people of Florida in its
hedalf to the end that it may secure'
an ample patronage representative of
all parts of the State. But adequate
scholarship and learning should go
with executive ability, and these two
in combination should control the situ-
ation regardless of personal prejudice
or preference in favor of any particu-
lar individual. It is a matter of large
Importance to the educational inter-
ests of Florida to have the right man
at the head of the State University.
for he who occupies that position is
sure to impress his Individuality upon
the school either beneficially or other-
wise. as is clearly shown by every
prominent Institution of learning in
America. We have heard no com-
plaint or criticism of the president of
the University of Florida. but the
article in The Pensacola News.is like-
ly to arouse discussion as to his suc-
cessor. and the importaase of the mat-
ter can hardly be overrated.-Live
Oak Democrat.
The Sun regrets to say that the Sen-
eral sentiment of the people of Gaines-
ville is that Dr. Sledd is not the right
man for the head of the State Uni-
versity. And this sentiment is not
confined to Galnesville; the editor has
heard the same sentiment expressed
by leading eitisens from every section
of the State. 1
Personally. Dr. Sledd is a fine gentle-
man. and is universally esteemed for
his noble traits pf character, but he
has signally failed to sake of the
University wht was' and la expected
of it Possibly the people expect too
mwch. but they age am least entitled to
better results than have so far been
obtained.
The Pensacola News has correctly
stated the altuaton: A man is need-
ed at the head of the University who
has demonstrated his ability to "'do
things." Dr. Murphree is such a San.
and if he can be prevailed upon to
take the presidency of the U'nlversity
the Hoard of Control should lose no
time in calling him to the chair.

Card of Thanks.
Editor Sun: Pleahe allow me space
in your paper to thank nmy kind friends
and dear brothers It givlinK me their
volte' which enabhld nti with a thank-
ful h,.art to rece<-i, the. rring In thhe
onltesat.
I cannot find words sufficient to
show my aipreciation and thanks to
\ ou.
I hope someday I may have a
chance to show my appreciation other-

I on

lfor sour kitd otem.


MiaI t iaacp' Fla NMarch I.'


How's Thas?
Wc. atiffar (hIcilusaci.dt Ihakliar- 10ta

at la curieA .%I t a ll l~e!-(~~t i fe



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TOWNS, PHOSPHATE MINKS,
8TILLJ, 8AW-MILLI and FARMS
Mmaoa and Answer
for Om Pricm.



Eth& TPhmC.


i N ALL h 041eL b
tA.j .


Death of Mr Srarks.


S, I \ A t : *. Il. t

I, i till.. ,f |ii'- l iihi ail t l I I, i -
li' t a 1 li i hi I UI l4,1.1 %I ,. 4 : 1
I ,it of a ht l ,1)-tTi.m- lh .- r. ,l ;i'i-
,* i. i rra ( .1 it 1 itl ..t i '. ',
i ir ( .' h.t1 V l .t i i lil t t n, t 'l. m it i t It
\\ -' al.llhtr| I ,.raforl',iiiig thl. churf i
ritual i. nft,,r which Maasonic honor-
krare iaial the" deadah. he having tbeen a
Soiiiul' t-r etlf l tiel 11ll I Awllge. A large
c( t('our-e, i )f I. Ol ltntEi ?.s4d the' in
to rneltit
The |cc *a'ne'd came to this section
frcnm (Gorgia a feo- years ago and by
aii upright life' and many kind action-
was highly e'-teiemen'd and like-d by all
who knew him. lie was a devoted
member of the Mt. Sinal Itaptist
church. He' leaves his wife. two sons
and three daughters to mourn him.-
Starke Telegraph.

At the last regular meeting the
county commissioners of Volusla coun-
ty received a petition asking that
an election be held for a change of
the county seat from DeLand to some
other place in the county. The peti-
tion contained more than a thousand
names, and it Is understood that New
Smyrna is the strongest candidate for
the honor.

A Harry-Up Medieise.
Every housekeeper recognizes the
need of effective remedies to be used
in emergoniete-w hen aopething must
be done right away. Buch a remedy
isa Perry Davis' Painkiller, for sprains
and bruises. for strained muscles and
for the aches and pains resulting
from blows and falls. Burns and cuts
arv Instantly relieved by it and
helped to healing. Its mission of
mercy began seventy years ago. It
is used in all countries and millions
of bottles are sold annually. There
is but one Painkiller. Perry Davis'.
Have you seen the new large 35c sie?



Protect Tar




The only approved way to
do this is to secure a com-
plete Abstract of Title to
each piece of land you
claim, and see that the title
iseerfect. A few dollars
spent this way will save you
many Wt es the a1MOwt in
cash and the sat on
that you et fro the
kno*lede thatQ yoM titles
are clear -i wzt. "ore than
the price. I
Moal: Do not wooftyabitk
your itle, bat lhav Ab-
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TELEPHONE




Covers the soniM to Brooks-
ville; -t tc Oeaia aad be-
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MF C TjVE DO*. *W. M.

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SAV'ANNA i. COLUMBIA. CAMDEN. SOUTHr I INL.
RALEIG. RIC('HMONI). WASHINGTON. BALTOIMOR
PHII.AD)KI.lHIf NEW YORK
THRIE ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY
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MCJ'ERN PL LI
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MAN EQUIPMENT.
\ I l\l Ti :l S-.!id Pullman Vest.
( ', (a.r i'. r.'atiloun Car and
S '.' i 1 St A.lloi tine; Pull
I* I .i' atlad Palm Blach;
S.. .i, r-ty City a&d
I a "e St AIIgusUia
a \a. l Siunday


For full information andJ er, i r ieservatione sall ea
any Agent Seaboard or ..,T~r B ( i TON. Jr., Assiatat
General Passenger Agent, Ja s e n.' e Florida.
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THE IPAILY SUN: OAINESVILLE, PLORIDI. MARCH It 194!9_


rTS FLORMDA


ln t.


job 9lY., bpmvef ts.


The Publety
haviag valaMe
g raivertislau


Club of Tampa Is
publications distribu-
the Bouth Florida


Lavy Brew aad Della Milmer. both
MNpre, wvw arrested In Pensacola
agid with settling re to the house
f wdb they were living.
he eM eoart amse at MeClenny
bs baee saltMby Otted up for use
- asea am I h. been rented so ar
to aru- the esty a substantial reve-
am


Ewe. Harriet C. Ft~iof Cleveland.
0k. am1Usd t rme sa tudy 0m61ht Of
o Memrieg teresult of
a bUfre a berse wb& oust ridin
01rr wi
T" Mooe3d IV ceeks ane be.
IM do btsu hes laeJksomvllle.The
' O b55 elova they have two of the
d Wk M wh140he've been breaking
1* buls tsatoasky.
406 the w mpig mies he. a
!"sof -bomYet theVegetable busS.
No ow-as fkuidss mo&s aS
t Vw 4WD p I* the ampasily of theor
~Yeft~amsow torear

"A M et 3odndemBankuof Few&.
Oft60 dd MIs am"O sock.
- s Wm It .Uws. Twestr
aftsYom NPtab Ueittlbegan
W ~a empica M;eekot


ow a a 06ale, dli .was set
ft e r a aplsism ad aleamp
me a tobe oemwld nearly SI
go" b W" D bouilstoa sihag, where
No-ow S sdmiallowe
40 um


so ao a *tr n mw fa reas


O W w sfenses *a .- M~9 saw
6. 16 saS o o for
Sa ama Ma as mSd ostv t-e



s -s -q-a a 4a fat.
Met a4M ear at te t*** hm*
m be Mat. o as smaae th O
A s" Ofs eds aV me to te
eAdh e br-at JackST.v
** 1 g a ljaIa g awskasA.mai m
*oa A thas ea eas aest r tea
Iuat~s a Jakmtll





Jir eaMa and tltnt rMebles. Cham-
aI a c ar e p," a Harr Wll-
a. of Waymtuewa, la. W- ayei
Ma sa a te ee py Wam apfaro he



i-s maMdy ill prevtat' te atUeck.
bteu% Wa""N oal daout tat



the di ot aomna. aer ose by alldro





TUse Usioed asa e Govrmeot ha
0et a stefor trouble new Ceral-
as a we for (ep," says arry Wil-
,of Varetewn. lnd. Wi given






S MUasdl ldents aret making an
The t to ed S tae Go vernment u-e as
a beilMIg a natertal the famous Miami
stone

Of x< o d L .tiu should preiit s ick
as instead of letting thituilv, < g'.
tekk and then tr>) to cure it iso long
as you keep your liver, butel, aend
astouiach In a h.Allh 4,4Il at11 0 ,,1
ditiltma >u) u o t t ( -! H -rbiue re .ll v. u t llliti > t Iii.i li I
llier aiid all iltm .u h i i.,t t. I t I,
bl lio. old by W M Joln3bi,,
Tbh want ads. do suore real estate
besaus than all other brokers cur
bIned -i fact, thry "start" m .t I'
the business that it1 broker. and
#m* kU6La


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AWONNIAT LAWS


ATIO3MUY AT LAW
A~d foslow m Ak~ft

~a. Anmuwu~a. PuMM,


va4m Aw.


is W. M EUw


MARK & FIE LDING
Lawyers.


Practle Ia


all Courta.
rederaL


State aNo


"omess es afmewrUW Maimlone


T. F. TuhI

UNDERTAKING CO.

FULL LINE OF
NEW GOODS....



&ad MON VIM2%I~.

Ihlh ILC a *(1 br .gts& t carderb

Qaiuseeville, Plor14d..


s e.e atatAf fmo ftmbgbAt s4


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Taw Netee.
In pursuance of Chapter No 4116,
Section b. Laws of Florida. I give be.
low a statement showing the amount
of taxee olleeted by W. D. Dickinsom.
tax collector of Alachua county. Flor.
Ida, for the period endlal Feb 27.
190, as shown by county treasurer's
roeipts on i e in my oflloe, towit:
TAX BOLL LION.
Ileea e ... Ip 21
Road Fd 884 06
Romd read. Speed 5 }. M W
School Fund ..... .........140 0
schooll road, weeial Distrietes 03 4
fthool Poli#, 1t .. .. 7100
Total.. .. ... 46 48
8. H. Wrasesa.
Clerk Circuit Court.


CASTOR IA

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Behalf f Bush & Safford.


Additional


*.~_ @*~~


TEST


* 5
* 5


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 mi
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will I
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
Y0To d si m-a t -isth a sa ih m t Iw r.......IW
Teo f .it u hbWt mom" Sill ssh sb f for ...... ...M

These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyov
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pI
ehase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects theot
to will be given each of those tieing.
mm


How and


---Vo------tes
The following merchants will give one vote
Odr every cent paid Into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Olaneevlile Hardware Co.
Phftrr ier.
Hyde & Teach.
Where Ves My k Cst
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish.
meats of the merchants giving votes and at The.
Dan ofce. Votes sent by mall must be directed
to the VotiUn Contest Department of The Sun,
(Oalnevllle., Florida.


$1.25-Three months' subsc
$2.50-Six months' subscrii
$5.00-One year's subscript
For a club of five one-year s*
For a club of ten six-months


Rules and Regulatihm
1. The contest is open to sayoes livt
Alachua county who is knows by the 05diin
of the contest or vouched for by some rVaNt
person. to them well known.
2. No employee. attached or relative o0.1tbhe
prietors of the above-named firms are *nI"
participate in this contest, and will partdci b
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunoerstandilan tNO
candidates or others interested In this c"
such controversy may be referred to thW
doctors of contest, who alone are the
qualified to render decision-
4. In the event a candidate decides 11
draw from the race, such candidate wi1g d
allowed to transfer votes to the credit 01
candidate In the c-ntest.


U -


DAILY ST.N
(i0l ,%ubsb .i fer Ne a
'ription ........... ....... 400 votes 500
ption .................... 1,000 votes 1.20m
ion . .. . 3,000 votes 3.500 r
ubecriptions (before April 1, 1909). 25,000 votes 30.000 11
s' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30.000 O'W


THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUN
$1.00 Oue yC ar's ubiscriptionl . .
F V a ltb cf five on -.ycar ubstcriptiuis ....... ... ....... .....


w vow
LLUO vow0


1__ It llli t fI Il t;1. .
Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the propt
:***o* *****oooo*c ********m**9O 00OO" *


In Which a Resident of Alachua County UW

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 11

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repr

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Mimj

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN i


$3,550.00

One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the pen
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p..
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : :


Where to Get


4w


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THE DAILY UN: GAINESVILLE. FOIDAMA 1 ('I 11. I. 1909


iUDLY TUMO OF LITTLEn CHILD'S LEG i

NAWAY TUMORFACCIDENTALLY BROKE
.ME& ob, n-sooH U.


I CAUSgS MER TO
.M uoo^.


Pm Over Bodly
14eer-- Hstt nB
~ sL Night.

d lne which ,. i,
"-^a- sfternoif I. s -
el-No Gth Gait, l l- ill
d uichn l it 1,i, 'th. l ie

s em frigliteiil ae,,,
C i Mr s. Bal.1' s :; ithrwni
Small wh -l.- oit the '.-
S er ber iHlNi Frh-inds
SW pcked- her up ail h.tad
a T hbomfe. anli whil
has hon done to
her. she is, still
Sdeall.

N*y she was injured
gl I.grnwd. but It its not
io Injured internally.
agr the treatment of a
efl ryathlugs Kin sIle will
ther sufferings.
g stopPiwd hefore It had
M W to the vehilh or
IMl hbt down the street.

$A AiMMsI, of Havana, Cuba,
p Chanberlain's
tReeme'dy.
s ags I can remember my
Ma flthful user and friend
mii's Congh Remedy. but
b Fw We have I realized its
a atil sow." writes Prof. H.
i4L dt Howell's American
Luin-. Caba. "On the night


i


FOURYEARS



GROWTH


Removed by Lydia E. Pinks
ham'sVegetableCompound
soumith fIeil. hid. "I ,l'., I : I V I k.
ham's Ve'ste .i e ( oiii..ii.ma ll i tI,, .
ai- a-t to ,.i1 ,. t
V1hhI;-l tliroII .I re#- l,
I'rtI as ital M A I .
(hiiru II,:f ih. ;ia *
OCpera ,lin n .e W
ll4- 11 .e. I .I na;l r)
glad t Lat i ,i ,,, ,
a frlei l'ec tadvict
and tbk I.cdia IE.
l'inklhian'as 1'tge.
table Compound,
for It as nlade nx
a strong said %ell
woman, and I shall recommend it as
lo aS IIlve.-'-MMS. MAY FRi*,
One of the greatest triumphs of
LydiaL E. Pinkham's Vegetable Corm.
ounld Is the conquering of woman's
read enemy tumor. If you lave
mysterious palin.hflammation. tilcera.
tion or displacenieit, don't wait for
time to confirm your fears and go
through the horrorsofa hospital ,,elra.
tion. but try Lydia E. Pinkham's lege-
table Compound at once.
For thirty years Lydia E. Plnkham's
Vegetable (*onipoutud, made from roots
and hers, haslwent hestandard remedy
for female ills, and such unquestion-
able testimony as the above proves the
value of this famous remedy, and
should give confidence and hope to
every sick woman.
If you would lke pecal advice
aboit your case write a confldes-
tial letter to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Lynn. Mass. Her advice is free,
iad always helpful.


7 3rd our baby was taken
ga8ry severe cold: the .next SEA ISLAND COTTON.
alrmaad the foliosin anighti
gi was desperate. He could Preces and De*nand Remain Quiet or
IM sad it was necessary to Savannah Market.
b I the arms every naonient. SAVANNi. (;G .Nlarch 1. Thel
ila breathing was. difficult nima ki t f Se.: I-l:iand- a- <4ip t early
1 t lak he iould li\'e nt il i th' 1 A .*k i ad It re,, .a;i.- otil ;
SAt last I thotilghilt (if 111 '.i.:i;.ll .a1it. ril l ., Iu.lit,.." s iti il lihe
imeSdy, Chamnherlaini Cough latci, ai r t, ,, whien iniire iit. la ciiii
MCh we gave. and it lffltrd- t". r.il t'ei;-il rilna th iaiel, rate-
l relief. and low three da.\i ,,ff. :n.i- f; 1r le- ..- ,' r, i l.e., utiit
I hb fully recovered I nlher t.W,,i ,,:rit o .f the. ii1,-it..i r.lioi .ted


C I would not he- -itte-
il lamyi a that Chaiinl-r-
iftl Reaidy. anid that onY I.
o life of our dear little lh.
lllall druggists.

SLL*eage Meeting.
Ilg people of our cit. aret


IWllned to our Iai etl
miltdy at '.. I nl.


tings


c-'im i-t.i 'I ccit h% t eria frhlac t lit, aet
ri'ir w~eid -iii tout te!' itI-[-@ %i 141w- li,.1
Iriect I-' i 1e1ci aloe~t o 'It -a u1.
ko r' 4 ince iii it' lluaig tor maihce.lc14eo
-na u%1 ;i ijai x neor, -t Ii a n fties o iei-a
%% Ic-i leia lwqhei aruintg ftor -'cities timi-c
aml hiiield-r'- ro-u-ia 't~i c eco i't am i .I iing



Sale,. for thie week witre' .h5lalu'-
The following prices were based on


factors' quotations aud
weekly on Frida). -


* rt Our Pattern."


n-U-What features of my plat-
SI Ad Weet attractive? Sec-
*MO epaUti of His life bard-

r the Mises Kenebrew.
we really pattern our
is ms


Fancy Florllia,- ...........
Fancy (;eorgia-. ..........
ix choice Fla's ..........
Ex. choice Georgias ......
choice e Ga.- and Fla' ......
Ex fine (Ga'%. and Fla'...
Fine G:L's. and Fla ...
Com (;as and Fa',.....


are revised


fa 26 t1
6:0O
618
& 17%


(fil
(9 1


('IIAIII.STON. S. C.. March I:;.-
Sea hands: Ke I itt%,21. t -x.lIprt
24..salei75 stoc4k. 1.460. Market


Mlnts.L


w.eaacd. .


B Sbbisu of the Skin.
id dlsesss of the' -kils sl.ih
f letter. salt rheuiii aid ha.ir
t6 ch'ara'te.riz.d I.. aln i,
bhe5 a"id salartiig,. wlhilh lof
* tfe a burden :iti dl.-turti.
t i re.t Quick r.lit.f il: i I,.
0Olyac Chaiibetrlii' n Salet
b N OW itchiig ail .-i, ..i. i,. .i
6liltl lMany c, .,,


?hcwgh, M e v
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,A SM'~APPEAL
V L. vim v wb ta.
IN, & a I.,ii. It i ks 4*-


of II.'r
fu I ~
4 1 *g. t bit


"O. fully flue. '..'. ex


simple Remedy for Lagrippe.
l.agriplpe coughs. ar dantigerous. as
lh,.' fre.juientl.% dellol ilUnto l ii'UIol
;a F'l0. Honeliy sand Tar noit only
-top- th.e cough hut heals and stretiglth
.I.- the lul ii -oi lthal l no i ,rsi i.' i


- I' t t. ie dI, f.eere d


I'.cc ll andie t


ie.ci ii!.! eli uce-.
IC, Ii
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LITTLE SON O GEO. DAMPIER


SUFFERS MUCH PAIN.


a Baby of Eighteen Months. and
Another Chid Was Carryieg
Him at Trre.


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1t r 1 1h t 11 : ,* I l
l ,r *, t : t \..a e'h :l i !! !i

I I w i- I l. :, in t ii i I I i I ,,il ,
h! hi i,' il l to larrl h i' i-nto t,,
-tr. 11 I li 1..kie.ii tl,- trip -I#-, t.11
.i id ii .'""i Iti. i iiler the' little t* llo -
leg giot < :mtiL t a:inIl t i-ted I:ul r hier
blod. itih the result that the mlin,
was broken just abtovt the ankle of the
right tht
No iph sician heing near the nirin-
ht'r.( of the family set the broken mtn.m-
ter as l--st they could and bound it
ii. but he, has suffere-d great lpain
sine the accident. Ilesidest lweing
inadl! ijiirrd i it will make him a crijl-
plle for life. and the accident is de,'i,1l
regretted by the little sister.

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head-
ache
Also Nervous Headache, Travelers'
Headache and aches from Grip. Stomn-
ach Troubles or Female troubles.
Try Capudine-It's liquid-effects im-
mediately. Sold by druggists.

FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
ville:
; am a candidate for City Marbhal.
for re-elctiou on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and effl-
elently, night and day, and my record
is open for Inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
Iort and vote of each and every citi
ten aho iW qualified. I cau only
promi.se the same service as I bate
e: deavor.-d to gie in the pest.
Yours for order.
lIF\ T. ARNOW

I take this method of hiloruiing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held on
April 13. 19S09. I resiw.etrfully solicit
the support of all voters, trr epectitve
of party affiliation. and promise to
Faithfully and impartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
c*lected. Respectfully.
CHASE. C. WARREN.

I respectfully announce mysMl a
candidate for the office of City Mar
shal. to be voted for at the election
oa April 13. 1909. 1U elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
See without fear or aver. I r-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. ir-
respective of parlp a5lVALU.
CHAB. M. ELL.


FOR TAX ASSESOMR.
To the Voters of the City of Galnes-

I respietifuay aaoeence myself a
candidate fue City Tax Assessor for
the yuar f!)W. Ha ing been Tax As
?.e.sor for four ) ars. I am fully pre
lbare'd to lI the office. as my record
sill iluow. the tity aisse.-smelit hiav
1g le t i. iic -a-eid In thliat time i frco i
; iiiti.v ou er $ui**nls.tm to ( ,er $1 4io npil
I ?. i j ,.re\i uIl d Ir in rii nila gK ifor ltil
ti>10 I- l. t i % lr ,i, (o f ittiit el e kle --
,ie l. leie i ', 1I t I illl e- le It \'ll' l
ll v' .. \ llt iiF< It lil


fe, !, I i .. I' of cfit Ice II

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~.j
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ILLW


MOR5


IN THE BLOOD
When the blood is pure and healthy the skin will be soft, smooth
and free from all eruptions or dcuse.%e, but when the circulation becomes
infected wih any unhealthy humor the eTffet is shown by eruptions,
pimples. bhils, or some more definitely mnarkcJ skin disorder, such as
Eczemn.a. Acne. Te.ter. Pnaorusis, Salt Rheum, etc
Humors get into the blood. usually because of an inactive or slug*
gish condition of thoseC members whose duty it is to collect and carry
off the waste matter and refuse of the system. This unhealthy
matter is left to sour and ferment and be absorbed into the blood, and
soon the circulation becomes filled with an acrid, irritating humor.
The blood then, instead of performing its natural duty of nourishing
the skin, regulating its temperature and preserving its uniform


softness, pliability and healthful-
ness, irritates and diseases the
delicate tissues and fibers around
the pores and glands and produces
some of the various forms of skin
eruption or disease.
The cause of all skin affections
can be traced to some kind of hu-
mor in the blood. Healthy cuticles
are only possible where the circu-
lation is pure; and therefore the
cure of any skin disease can only
come from a thorough cleansing
of this vital fluid. Salves, washes,
lotions, etc., cannot cure. True
such treatment relieves some of
the itching and discomfort, helps to
reduce inflammation, and aids in
keeping the affected parts dean, but
it does not reach the blood, where
the real cause is located, and at


best can be only palliative and soothing.
S. S. S. cures skin diseases of every character and kind became
it purifies and cleanses the blood. It goes down into the crculsdom
and removes the humors that are causing the trouble, builds ps the
weak, acrid blood, and completely cures Eczema, Acne, Teter, St
Rheum, pimples. boils, and all other skin diseases and afecdomL
S. S. S. is made entirely of roots and herbs, a safe vegetable rmaedy.
When S.S.S. has
driven the himrs
from the toomded
cooled and pwid dte

every symptom pumes
e 10 away, the skin s again
nourished with ric,
PURELY VEGETABLE healthful bood, ad
com fqrt is givea
disease-tortured skiaL
S. S. S cures Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, Nettlde Rash, and al odr
troubles due to a humor-laden blood. Book on Skin Diseases and y
medical advice free to all who write. S. S. S. is for sale a drug
stores. THE SWIT SPC CO,, AT OA.


Pat's Services.
4'lertyman i- P'a. there's a bole In
the roof of the lchurcbh. nnd I am try-
lug to colle-t money suftilcent to r-.
|Milr It <'ome. now. what will you
rontrillnte? Pat -Me serves. sor.
E'ler*_'rtan What do you mean. Pat?
You are no carywnter. Pat- No, but
If It rains next funiiday 0111 o over
the bole -Parunn's.

Poley's Kidney RBeaey will ere
any case. of kidney or bladder trouble
that is not beyond the reach of medi-
cine. Cures backache and Irregulart-
Sties that if galected might result


Iiright's disease or H*abete.


J. W.


Miss N. Norton


NbMltio, &B Staiol

Sveir SkhMt PIMctre

aid Picture FaM .....


INh gag Ub" SOr


LINS VILLA,


0 0 0 hIDl


It you kaa'e found anything No V
*IA adytor'i.md Ini th." Want eohLumm


HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.


:WNOLESAL U.


Groceries and Grain
ToI" T'I'lF Ti:.\11l: 41\l Y

No Order Too Large
lt Plhas i .216 AINESVILLE, FLOhMA


For ead=You"s I was severely
troubled with see*=&. lesmeed
pvlmelpally em $be shis bew..,
eaussd by a humor Listhe
blood. -Th eueeble would We
peais Mootwn otSU yel. iW
bllstwe, -awatseieby Iseb-
lsag, @to. I ftrid eatspa'iliae
so-..II*d bled puffivers,
salves. eimtmeags, seteusMad
treat mest uader a lomad phra-
clan. but methliug Md no W
weed. 3esemingd~eu~
left Or all this treamenet, eud
meet asB. S. I.5. dvewsimd *a
daT I desidedleT 116 is, dber
*Smuig Is a shert Whil Se
humrnerwas driven bfrom m
Permanently e*sod*&De
sewemomethe have 0elapeed,
sines I Was our"d MAd heWAd
me ladlessiom ease t" sa*e
disease.4F. @C.3SUN .
406VItsedem Ut, AUiAGMs@%


I HEAVY UUNI


CONSULT US
PERTAINING
TO ALL JOBS


UyDavis F OMId






Davis & Oliver


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TIH EPATINY SlTN: (fAINES1ItTLE, FIflRTfA. 31ARChII14. 1909


PONENSED

=6RAL INTEREST
SS REPORTIRE.



ptal a
4 -o~tf e City*

U lr's and ge't iot,*.'
Stcket at Rutherford -
as ^


' w ofAlabCua


was in th '


P.'
Sasee if he doesn't
SmV-
Wt John Ennor at the
SNr to galley & Co.

of Stokes was a vis-

I'l l d I Roheblle was a
MY Yesterday.
g qae, butter-milk and
Sm. bat Bnd dairy.
l. St Hagu'-' was among
m wL e I meeville Saturday.
I i epebtng of Mrs. M. J
i a Wednesday and Thurs-

Le s~r of High Springs. a
of that section. was In

s V. Eo. m of the prominent
SlNewbfrry. was transacting
Seo city yesterday.
S5Palm F s, Ferns aitd Shrub-
Saft d lFruit Trees in va-
I L, 5. Oraves. 'phone 179.
i a tdie wait on no man.
6'de wo-H's cash for our goods.
A Original Price Cutters.
lw-eOt shoes for stylish
Sd pa yths in Barry's and IHok.-
p I soe-makiug in the land.

Ota0 oam of Quincy was in the'
I al lIy. He is a f,,rmer eiti-
I Oll i$ MsMty and had ie.en here.
l0 Is friends.
r pill lM the new hats. silk
1s1 dress gRoods. etc. at Thel
We will be .le'ae.-d to hau,
all Mrs. Tallant.
galird A Davis ad. l-.- ii i .ot to
ia d because th. "hilie-r f.-l
Is The good thing- -jul-t fill-
I sad see where, hIe gt- th,.:
Whuaster A I PI~r'.r of tl'
1i I "left )e,t.rdtl o fr loitits
b I--Florida. I- ing :tallh-d on
S Cnianed (t'lh hii is -itlioi
etth coming s* OM style and patt rni- in (qor
hea wert-fo'.nd at lt.*- -.mnart
S West 'id'. ;uar. M.r.- NMv-

il C. rF Merritt anil th..re, chil-
"a have been .iting the. fain-
I 1C l. L K Webster in this, cit)
i Ii M few weeks. dep|arte.d )es-
b lr (e1*r home at Lake.land.


l O"1f 181,a 1t1 the sb<, If
"19t 00N ee t. tr Alien a Foot-
e4s. 1**s feet a4 make new or
crMe sceblnf swol en but.
I O'"Sh t 04 CoW rt Trs it lu-
k8 bS.. PMm md bboe tore.
42804- "M1 wl tul o@ ,O rF- E
*FIrr** U.6 eofbe FoOr-
OlU-PA D o.'w *nv t**ia
4111L Ume 4.LaR,r N '


N' ~t list. ect I b& I a I V.' '.1 ;e 'I I
lilac '.;tIie-.. re I'hc. i I


I stiT'i ri l s, r l i cf.tr '" o .K| L:
Iontitie at ;1all & (',* -
Cedar Ke) ,y-tr.r, day andi nlght.
at Rutherford's Iestauratt.
Ph*fer will save you 25 to SO per
cent on furniture. Investigate.
s'i 'cial at litiatl i I.6t11 to o l.i ,-'-
tiade. at Ruth,.rfir.'- R--tauita;i
.1 II Roe-hln k of M lrI -, w. tr.i,
acting I tIi- e .-- I.. i I t I
I: 'r t .Ir, l .,- t ,
.fi. -fl e! teo -r i i; 'lie ij ii, t .,.. r
(;td sol K*itl-' h. r- i-,te i i 'tue rui',
tire-d luti.i for .-..le Appl.% te, .!

T. c ;4 rf*-. t h ', .r:". 0,\t; .1 I :
I'.19 11 :i V it .1"a :1 .l l.4 ini, ) It- l ii .11
tfla or- I'lr ;.'. i .: .
M.li,. W iltli- W .liaia ti .\rr.I n ...'
is. in the, city %i:-lting .Mr..- \V T
('hesuut on Alachiua atn' -ti
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Joinson.
Valley & Co. will sell Octagon soap
tomorrow (Monday) 7 bars for 2.5
cents. Only 7 bars to each customer.
A. F. Harrod of Jullette is in the
city on a visit to his family. He is
now engaged in business at that point.
W. R. Carter of Bartow. who re.-
sided at Micanopy for many years.,
was greeting old friends in Gaine'--
ville yesterday.
Easter Oxfords and Pumps In nu-
merous pretty styles have been placed
in our stock ready for your Inspec-
tion. IA C. Smith.
Deputy Sheriff Walter liruton left
yesterday for a short business trip T
Newberry to summon jurymen for the
special term of court.
The new Hat Shop. opposite the
Brown House. Invite the ladies to at-
tend the opening of spring millinery
next Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. R. l.. IlouMe has gone to Ka-
nalpaha. where she will sls'nd a few
dae 'i l.-itinlg her husband. who ihs eii-
,iplho)ed the-re with T. J. SwearinKen.
Note the change in the adwe.rtise-
men of Phifer Itron.. Itankers. which
l .tel-ar- telewheire. Thly buKKggt that
>ou allow thelln to kt-.'p your books.
Our grand olei-iiitn t.iakes clac' on
W: Ali-du and Thu:rsd;fa. (')orne
.iroulind to the inew .-hip and get th,
pic t- i ainll 1 !-,. Mr.- M.1. 1J atlt.r-
o! 1


.More ne.w hats to arr'te. on .Mom(da.
:and Tuesday i.'. er bought such a
large supply in Ini lif --o tcou.- alont g
with thie- crowds ;id In- pie.as-d N.1rr-
Met ortanick.
I am offe-iring '\ral standard :akei,
o)f uiiright pIiaios a;t bargain I jric',-'
while they last If conite-i|plating bhu.
inig a piano Ie- -rtami Io (get nt.i
price' \V. Hi ll
Cabbage crates; -awn slats; two-
piece beads-manufacture our usual
standard of excellence. Ask our lo-
cal growers. Let us bock your order.
Melton Lumber Co.. Micanolpy. Fla.
The Dutton Itank has just had somne
nice gold l-at lehtte.ring placed on the
large sindowsi of their bank building.
Every window is now adorned. show
ing the' customers he-re to find then
Angeline. dear. please- go down to
John Furniture Seagle's and buy me-
one of those big 5o-mi*und cotton mmat-
tresse's. They onl. cost $4 H.',. PI S :
AngeKlateI'. ou will hae to pa) cash
for it. for that i. about what they cost


1w it edisglu~ttvil l,ec

t*ilt,-otheri fellow get't thlt


V (,(hii.t14iiSvc WhoTe 114,i


opq~t 4


we have ii. If e't~.~a e

Y" an t) 111.e Wl l., l we, have git. if
Y u What ti lel- A ,I j el 1i ;,11 11 I -,loll eta



~ Crafo rd & Davie -


Your Books for You


'1fer Brow,


nkers


THE


EW


WANTS..


5c


STORE


In values up to 12 1-2c

on sale Monday at ...


Three nights more. only. of John
Ennor at the Electric Theatre.
LOOK in our window and see Some
of the great bargains in watches. Now
in the time to buy a reliable time'
piece.' L. C. Smith.
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
nights John Entnor and motion pic-
tures. will hold the attention of all
at th-' Electric The-atre.


R 0. Williams of the Trenton school
w ;- iin lthie it) )~ terday. iHe- stale's
that the school is keeping up flue and
"hIe dtfe tilitdie good for this se-asn of
*he .-.;ir
According to medical authorities
and proven by statistics.. persons us-
ing Rye lIread are not subject to ap-
'wndicitl. We are sole agents for Os-.
wald Jaeger's Milwaukee Pure Rye
Bread; 15 and 25 cents a loaf. Brown
I oue. *.
The ne'w store of Mrs. R. Wilson
has an important announcement in to-
day's paper to which your attention
as directed. They are offering many
new and attractive bargains and It
would twbe to your interest to read what
they have to say.
Capt J. W. Carter. one of the old-
time settlers of Micanopy. was a vis-
itor to the city yesterday. He says
the farmers are very busy In hi see-
tion shippingg cabbage and that pro-s.
Ip-c('t are \.'r. bright for them to re-
At,' tilon l.aAdhit' See the line of
O( fti l.r in our itiedowi All lst le,.
th. lhItmalda at $1 ',o ad the- lNr
r uat $' are Ili,- tli-' i to II- had
Friii tat t'orlr l the- w e,.arer tino l nid
eIh itai n al profile Our little profit i i
.11 th, i l.r itl etI leap Vot,es with e'chi
-.el. I'hlf, t I'r,-
\\. ,t.t 'I Two [i l Ii re god Ilhu-tltite.
. i'. I i' ii to JU ll- i a .larK*g- te w
i,,i n l .k r- i;I :.- el -tie, It ft r C( hi
S .. lP rt ;i t (.a %%i \\ ll w k 'SuthI
I r1 "I i I, i.,, b- I i.' i h it N north





1 I 1 .1. a l .\rd atbluiI t the-
I t 01' I 1 I
I t, 1 ,, 1 1 A I- li It It, .


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All


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tur


yard Y All-linen; worth more than

5 cD double the price asked.


--
WANTED-MALI HELP.
WANTED-Young printer of ardtaW
experience, who desires to biper
learn trade. to act as galley boy, et
heads,. distribute and set type Os
e.slonally, and do general work as
assistant to foreman. Mmst be
steady and of good habits. Apply
at this office.

WANTED.
PIANO FREE-No contest. Pime iew
upright piano given to yoen lady
in exchange for three to slz wees'
work among her trends a the cit
of Galnesville. Must have abUlty
and be willing to make sales. Ad-
dress for particulars "I. B.," ew
The Sun.
NEW POST OPTIC BUILDING-Any.
one wisbing to supply the eS-
trators with sand. Mrshed reek.
gravel, brick, or otbr buldi terlal, or to make subseotatrsets 1r
excavation, or say part of the work
will please commulcate with Eag
Lumber Co.. Charlotesvle. Va..
General Contractors.

SPECIAL NOTICIL
HOFFMAN. the celebrated Germs
coach stallion, will make this sesbl e
at Crawford & Davis' stables. Terms
reduced $10 service fee. cash nla ad-

If you have lost or found aaythlfg
lo not fall to keep your eye oe the
-lanLfle.d advert.sins eotma.


I PT II JPER LINE

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT -Five-room cottage. AP
ply 200 E. Liberty street.
FOR RKNT-Two cottages; clmoe In.
Apply at Telegraph office.
FOR RENT Three newly-furnished
r:,onis. sultable for light housekeep-
ing. Apply 103 E Masonic street.
TO RENT Furniahed house. all Im-
provemient. good fix; 20t E. Me-
chanic. Apply after 2:30 or P. 0.
Box 2:6. Halls.
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
five-room cottages in South Galnee-
ville. in front of Coffin Factory; city
water. Apply at Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT- Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this
office


SALESMEN WANTED.


\-. .SMAN WANTEDI to hell to gro,
,I r-. druKgists and (ciife-clotoers;
!;-t i r Iit litth ii d ,expl -ieo .e Call
eri,&l ('idler t& KIAra<-t (Co. St Loiuls
ml-.'ol I I


First


national Bank


Established Over Twenty Tears


NIOTE STATES KPOSITORY


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


Ja.. M t ralmii, I r-
E. Pair t, Vi, .-l.* -


I g-Lae'r
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