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
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01608
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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wmir*in, ha spkW!ty o atn
~ hm adh y aiter the Irish

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t to m t ta at ItU ls ports

IMh eled hOad ed mwas. wila b
IC Mbm -tl ar. N. ever beor. In
06266M e e -I s a& g a tetal bee.u
mal, Ybm was am advance of
--t-- ty-- $v- amtos over thek
-l -has .l.

e 1Wm e wa s in the e parts of farm
*J S Iheet rmketof the eaterprise
si hr the Waadham w ao t b

The bis ATrmer o ow takes more

t iatMay Bd Impring the
ShMem he Wela the resus will
muO e t a.e ilmi and e.orem instead
< illaggr e owners. Ireland will be

hr Amuleam mind can hardlyM

Bryan May Be

of people was In the hands of about
.T70 perwms. There are today 301.000
Imat farmers the Islaad and more
teim oa ef the la-d has passed Into
te puMesm eof those who will till It
"* e nal laws have he repealed
m1 the tifte system ei beeN abolish-
ed. Bvely e t that has bees evict-
e il Ireland during the last thirty
oars has be ratored to his old
I hme. aad the arrears of rent charged
agaIhit him have bee cancelled. The
lad emats have adjusted the rental
of N,138 farma and have reduced
them mere than $7.1.e W a year.
Mwre Om 1,0 families have been
elalld to paremlse farms with money
advameed by the government, to be
SpaMI la slxty-eght years at nominal
laterest. several thousand families
have been removed at government ex-
peas ftrom rod"ectve farms to
more fertie lead purchased for them
by the government to be paid for by
the lrmer within sixty-eight years.
"Thoan ads of cottages. stables.
harms and other farm buildings have
been bult and repaired by the gov-
erament for the farmers, and many
mUllUos of dollars have been advanced
by them for the purchase of cattle. Im
pleimets and other equipment."
Here is a complete list of the
achievements of the parliamentary.
party. as outlined by Mr. Ryan:
Land act. 1881. reduced Irish rents
by $10.297.37&.
Land purchase acts 1887-88 (Advanc-
ed for purchase of land by tenants).
Land purchase act. 18l1. (Advane-
dd for purchase of land by tenants).
$1 i. ,00oo I..
Light railway act. 182. $8.000.000.
Arrears of rent act, 182 (wiped out
completely I. $10.00.O00.
Laborer' seact. 1983 Ufor building la-
borer*' cottages). $10.000ooo.
Assually (for same since 18831.
$NW..W: total, $13.200.000.
Migration act. 1882 (transferring
tenants to richer lands). $5.000.o400.
Agricultural act. 1898 improvingg
agriculture). $1.000.000.
Annually (for same purpose since
1898). $U8.000; total. 7.47e.000.
Land act. 1903. amount to be ad.
vanced. L.00.00oo.oo0
Bomas under land act. 1903 (without
repayment. 940.ooo.000. Laborers*
act. 19106. 22,.100.000.
190I-Universities fund. $3.7."0.00o.
building fund. for universities. yearly,
$200.000: grant for education yearly,
$140.000; old axe |Iwnalono act. give-s #
Ireland. yearly. 9..:,.oo(M; remisiloni
of mugar duty saee, Ireland yearlY
$1.7:I.t )>; Ireland gain h l-gillation
this year. 89 :I6 o.imN


For Senate From Nebraska



Dr. Routzahn Will Arrive in City To-
wmerrow and Will Deliver Four
Lectures While Here.

The people of Gainesville should not
fall to take advantage of the opportun-
ity which will be accorded them to-
morrow to become acquainted with the
methods that are prescribed for the
prevention and stamping out of the
most dreadful disease with which this
country is afflicted-tuberculosls,. or
Through the efforts of the Twentieth
Century Club a one-day session will be
held here. and when It is consider.
ed that the exhibition is absolutely
free. and that there is positively no
fee attached to any part of the work.
alh should take advantage of it.

Dr. Routzahn. the State agent of the
National Association for the Study and
Prevention of Tuberculosis. will ar-
rive in the city tomorrow with his .ex
hibit. bringing all the appliances furn-
ished by the association for demon-
strating and illustrating the lectures.
Four lectures will be delivered here
by Dr Routiahn. The first will be
delivered at the public school from 2
to .3 o'clock In the afternoon for the
.Wnefit of the pupils of the school.
and front to 4 p mn. he will be at
I'nion Academy. ihe colored school.
From 4 to 3 o'clock the exhibit will be
held at the Tablrn.cl *. in which the
'-uncluding demonstrations will be,
made Ib-egilnningl at .;;;3 in the e'etal!i,.
It is earnestly di.Aired that all at
lend the exhibit. as tlh. e- i iefits to lIe-
dern-ed afe 1r.-"ad
At a slqpeial meeting of the' Alachua
County Medical Rociety) >eterda) af
ternootuithe following ri..clution.%.- 're
jnaninmou.ly iad qlte.d:
"Whereas,. The National Assoclation
for the Study and Pretention of
Tuberculosi i- conducting an educa-
tional caI|paixni in the State of Flor-
Ida. under the' able diret tion of I)r
Ioutlahn. a *'Whereas, The- Alachua County M d-
clal Society has learned s th pla.surte
that )r. Routz:ahn will conduct a one-
day exhibit in Gainesville. Thursday.
March 14. under the auspices of the
Twentieth Century Club. and
"Whereas. The Alachua County Med-
ical Society recognizes the value of
these public exhibits, therefore be It
"Resolved. That we heartily endorse
the work which Dr Routzahn is doing.
and urge the public and the physicians
to co-oewrate In the moIement to the-
fullest exte'ntl
"We especially recommend that the
ioulirc attend tue public sessions to be
held at the Tabernacle from 4 to 5
and from 7 21o0 to 1 p. m Thursday,
Marc I th
Adolpted 1i> ith- Alachaa A('unillt |
Me-dical Sxee' o -t a :t a ,lm(-ial in 'tatig
i-eld T'ii. %l.. i MLarch lei;i|


Gainesvlle Property Was Never So
Active As It II Now.
I 'e'' |, e,4I I litll/, I,, i;l l |. l,


Polled 211 Votes to 172 for AmeoIaegt

Canno Is Re-elected Speaker.

WASHINGTON. 1). C.. March 16.-
After one of the stormiest sessions In
its history the House of Representa-
tives yesterday regardless of party
alignment. adopted. by a vote of 211
to 172. a resolution of Mr. FItzgerald.
Democrat. of New York. whereby the
rules were amended in several Import-
ant particulars.
The resolution was a substitute for
one offered by Mr. Clark of Missouri.
Its adoption was accomplished only
after the "Insurgents. with the aid
of the iDemocrats, with one or two ex-
ceptions. had won a decided prelimi-
nary victory by voting dosn a resolu.
tion by Mr. Dalzell of Pennsylvania
making the unamended rules of the
Sixtieth Congress applicable to those
of the presMnt Conzire4s The call of
the roll on the Clark resolution was
followed sith intense interest.
Clark Starts Colloquy.
Such was the fever heat of mn-ni
bers that Mr. Clark of Missouri got,
into a spirited colloquy with Mr I;t
Zell. who had mounted the ro.-truni ti
read the resolution of the' I. ino l it%
leader Mr. Clark wanted h;i an erci',
e' :i3"i'v ion the' de-k. t'% whlih ri ri,
etdinev Mr IDalzell iobj.,-et.Ed. ..a ilu!
he had a rilitl to kno- w hit tih,, ,e':1-

'Ire contaimed Trhis led tio a: ctiitro
ver.sy with the Speak-.r. sthi'i late,'d
long enough for Mr. IDalzell to p-t the,
information he desired. and he .t.epI
I'"i friom thi i ltiihe ltl tn ld r.'-tiiin ed to

As analysed by parliamentarians.
the anmendment makes three' important

First. it establishes a "calendar for
unanimous consents." the effect of
I .. ..*

nesday by requiring a twM4
stead of a majority vote
Fourth. it in also clala M
amendment will have h -s
preventing favortisam by f'l
the Committee on Ralels i
Speaker Cannon is ,a, a
gard the amendment as a
improvement on the part o t fa
t.sat Instead of throwing t t 4
hlilty for recogniUon oa Wm
aside certain days for lta
lion of measures under
setnt; but he says under lb
members sill have to wa --
The election of House--
ceded the action on tle int-
plenty of votes to Gpa
Cannon of Illinois was
ce.i igK 2-'4 votes. as ail I
Chani (Clark of MIori. hS
)f \V.'< oni-iti. 2 fir Norriss
:(id I <:-x th fr h:eh of Wl
i\ \ I pIjlurn of lIowa. ma
\ll th. I1 r.atiic 1niue i
.or Cltark .o that law
repre,.e',,i.ted the Repuhloikn
*rt.Im ( i.1 ion1
'I he drawing for seats we
ed until tht;a.l and the
j ,4 rned. --

The Senate AsathB
WAS111NGtTON. ). C. M,
Wh* ni the Seinae assembled
ordiniar> e.-icon yestelyi
SeInators :am.-ms'rred to thl
When Vice Prebident 911
ed tl.e Senate. to order dh
we.r- tilled with visitors. ol
c(:ai .side hating a full

which It to enable a member to hae ,r,e-nl. wAhi:le but Iftem 1
a proposifloln brought Imwfore the ',.a, ii' :1heir e.at.
House without having fo Kg to the' S..a,,etir l.aFllctte 9P
Sl Haker for r'cogitionl This chanlige. crred.ential of his colle I
they ay. a Ill I. a re-lief to the Ste'lphe. non of Wi cnsila (I
iSpleakt"r. Ip.li il hint to the deakt I
'Second. he-n crnsidermrai n, of a bill Preld.nT. Mr. Stephest
is concluded and the pIrevilous (lu htn is ord,.red. the- rules heretofore Senators Aldrich Uad IW
han\. iro\id.-d for a motion to commit appointed a committee 14
with or without instructions It hae the President to lafr im
tbe-,. the, practice, to recognize' the meeting of the Senatle mi
member of the majority party to mak- hintm that that I)ody ws l
this motion aid thu. pre".ent the iiil cie alr m i essager bet IN
nority from olfferilg such Ilnsru(ctions .ina mullicate. The ih*
as it may desire. The- new rule gi*'.e re-.inlg word of the l
the minority the pIre-fe-re-nce In makingK 'r ('llannon. ad)oured lM
such a motion and thus,. e't;1ile the'-m che.. ),.:-,,'cr:tic Se gMd
to Ket a record 'ote on piroliNtitionts the' S<,uth *etre Iba tll
which would otherwise t, settled ie imng at ('caongr'.,mi on aC:
(',nelmitte. cif the' Whole' Holu.-se wlie.re- *1

lino --< 4 rid l4)1'- ii. po).-ibh.
Cannon Made Speaker.
Their' l iat I.rolt ,'-t- I h -r .l' l d l r-

I Ie). eett'te am So
Thc't'e nrlai''te' s
11. 'Allhih it hOfaite-re't log

Anti-Saloon Attorney's

Home Was Dyn

CHICAGO March t16 William J
hryau i an aInterhiew )e'ster4ay left
the lnpreshsion that he would Iee a
repvlue if not nll arctie rcasdldihte
for thw niU-d Stat.-. Se'iiatuorhilp frai
Nebraaka In 1911 t -u e'u.,'-'d Ela1-i I
Iturke-lt tejumlll ii
I do not kno ).-t* li,.-i ,r I shall
be a raddidate said Mr its |arc if
there MIu a Mgood IhalMt'* I, ,le4... iI..

ceti 11'titifid itlieg .li e III i441% '. 1 1 1111.ikI iit
lk-ie-ic ratlc' leai t i III to I.. .i e.ai
t lige t at ll)c'. ith" -11i*'1 0, cia a~
Al 'acCj 1,r 14 a'a oI k.%

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the Seciate sonai.- other Nebti.4eka 'A id'lc Ic lict i5'c 'i 'c 'i *i-c \ It Ii. I '
thumwurat U i laIIIpiteiav e' e et ttr Ows .i i ateail si-1.t1) of IcA11cill Aci A .e- In I lP. e. t. I a I I -Iii
to be a candidate- Bose-If I 'aseecield ,j u It A lit o fecujidc asedilctlcc~t e' 4 't feic.m. Ir,' C I A
hut may that I suijid iuande-c lia, tcar the- dc-4-iiadet (el ( l' ict101V Ilci, l I% i.tee. I ,'.I".1 F II. H-
cUsawtause accept thor icitmuiaatiolki lot- Iicisiactuff aais t'eel 'W4%' .e ihl.icaj.eac 1t1 d 4;C.1(11a- .I 1 I I ~~tte'
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Farmers' Union to Meet.

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SeMUts Thatm
Tm-i Vt ll be e lst chancsee to
OW bearer Jrm anor ia his
wmidf travleoge at the Electric
DWrta his soiour e en Mr. Bort
Is t1ere11hr mpUt iated his bearers
. ed tftI ins r that be leaves
1t to te ber4 a*al Util possibly
ta"t vIter.
i egetalmelt tooltht at at
*WGie TkwtIl will be moe of his
stMrtly taerts9 ad all weho attmed
aim rht Maim they will be highly
h $tkeen
P e 2 TetI Pet l alo be
sMew as usmal.

WINDse ,Comedy Cenpmy.
"A Trip to Atlantic City" will be the
oferlag at the Baird Theatre tomor-
row might by the Wills Masical Come-
dy Company. The Wills troupe-
mostly girls-will be here three
nights, presenting from their reper-
.oAre plays that are guaranteed to
The Atlanta Constitution said of
their visit In the Georgia capital:
"Wllks Musical Comedy Company has
more thea made good every promilne
made In advance of its apilarance,
bere. Three delighted audiences have.
greeted the perform. The peiopil"
v ere oire-"red for the event and really
anticipated Just an average show.
They have been most agreeably sur-
prlued, for there has been no offering
:it the popular play house this sea.
son that has received a better indorm-
ment from the theatre-goers. On
Monday night standing room was sold
to the late comers, the miatlinee on
Tuesday was the largest ilnce the
varly part of the season. when old
favorites apliwared. and the hou' on
Iluesda) light was filled to its practll
cal capacity
"The organilatlon is Indeed equal
to the famous Hijou Musical
Company. It is a big show in nunlmtbr
and there are no drqpes. Every menm-
ber counts. and the specialties are the
features of the bill. The chorus of ten
girls to an attractive feature. and the
young women are alre'.d in the. Music
cal Maiden class
"The conapaian) is simpajl the. cl'ver
oet musical show offering Atlanta ha.
had. It is thoroughly |pleasing the
audiletces. and its stay In Atlanta will
be a refreshing treat to the 'stay at
honies' who need something to quiet
the blues and dull cares "



W i KIIllh.- rI lrih. a ,t t 4l.r K(
veilterda atte a I hort \ i t- t 'I i
city and other I4l1iilt- 1ili hlu i i, --
Typewriter ribboln for aleah at thi,
office. The blt-t ilon the mark.r (Onil
seietly flve ceiitl All color-, aiid fort
ais on all btalidard iarhitris.
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te lit I a etit, 'h.r .&,i P.i I t ..I .
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There Was Only Five Votes oDffrc- j
in Vote of Miss Cupree and
Miss Ellis Yesterday.

Milse Kill. an, d hia|r.*. *t.
hate about equal nsuplort itl thi ,
contest as will b' Seen 1>). re.li .. .
the count for the past fe. di>. t -
terday Miss I upree rt-e'iled fti. more
%oles than Miss Ellis. .Miss l-,s r.e-
relving x 2.70.. and .Mi-s IDupre 2 L.'7"t
Following is the' teiJidling of the' (:in-
didates after yesterday .. count:
Miss Dorian Ellis. cit ).......1,3.7.!91i
Miss Iessie lDupree. city ... .1.341.19.:,
Miss Catherine Haille. city. 1.146.:,19.
Miss Florrie Strickland ...... 35.'7.7o.,
Miss M. Daughtrey. city......227.64111
Miss Mary McCormick. city.. 86.04M5
Miss Alma Pennell. city ...... 75.300
Miss Nannie Dickinonm. city.. 73.161 I
Miss Mabel Sanchez. city. >5.31.5
Miss Julia Carter. city ...... 5.4.Ai
Miss A. Groff. Newberry ..... 39.060
Miss Jessie Evans. city ...... 31.340
Miss Estelle Heal. city....... 31.320
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo... 28.205
Mass Emma Hudson. city.... 26.o.>',
Miss Annie Hevilke.......... 2o.03o
Mrs. 1. Ware. High 8prings.. 14.290
Miss Elvena 8Stat, Waldo ..... 13.31":
Miss Goldie Lambert. city.... 6.290
Miss LImle Sheppard. Bell... 6.005
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... 6.59(0
Miss M. Pernande.s, city ..... 4.26.'.
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ......... 4.134,
Miss Mary Thigpin. city ...... 3.ho.
Miss L Sanders. Hawthorn...- 3.653
Miss Ruby Albright ......... 3.10hi

-Shoe Social" Friday Night.
The IIt. Y. P. 1' is In need of cash
Itut we desire to do nothing rash,
So a "Shoe Social" we will hold.
A"qd our plan for this We now un
Just take the size which last you %ore
And niulti;,ly it by the digit four.
If th' size' of the- .h1e- \Ou il v. Ie l
Twelve cents is all the fee' would he'
We' will entertalini ith ong arnl ti::t '
Till you have had )iout liuit .. -
Strawberry cream for Ju-t a dine,.
('ake'. salads and W\'e -h r.artbit
i Lhat :, linti '
If anything pre ients' you comilig thi n.
"Th' prio it o) tir i.' .ifl L' I,'l l: i,,
ward 1.-.
Hut conicl If you fun --
%%'11l make )ou w-l 1 ,mict. rv% r 0Il6

Prof. H. A. Howell. of Havana, Cuba,
Recommends Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
A.s long ago as I can romeniber my
mother was a faithful uear and friend
af Chamiberlain's Cough Renmedy. but
never in my life haie I realized it"
true salue until now." writes Prof H
A. Howell. of Howell's American
School. Havana. Cuba. "On the night
if February 3rd our baby was taken
,'1ik with a vier) seere cold; the next
day was worse and the following night
his co edition was de..perate. He could
not lie down and it was necessary to
have' hime in the arnns eatery momllient
vnli then his bre-atlhing Aas difficult
I did not think lihe would liI. until
iiioriihag At lat I tholixht of my
:iiotlh r 'reni d i 'lCh.aimile.rlailn'. tC'Oiil
I;. i., .,. %lilJ h K.g.t'iv, anid it afford
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mm W h. l b% L T

To, the Voters of the City of Gaines.
a am a candidate for City Marshal.
for reelection on April 13. 1 have
served the people faithfully and effl-
cilently, night and day. and my record
Is open for Inspection.
It my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup
port and vote of each and every citi-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
e--deavored to give in the past.
Yours for order.

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. 1909. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affillation, and promise te
faithfully and Impartially discharge,
the duties of the office should I bt
elected. Respectfully.

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar
shal. to be voted fur at the election
m April 13. 19o.. If elected I will
faithfully discharge t e dutiw-- of the
iffce without ft-ar or lasor I re.
spectfully soll it theb votes of all. Ir
respective of party affiliatiou.
Si;.\SM.1. OEILL.

To the' Voters of tLe Cit) of Sille:
I rl.- ,'ctfui ly !. atinnon4 r .it\ -* If a
tanldidate. fur (ity Tax A..'-e- r for
the 'ear lDW'. lia'inlg I to Tax A.
-es'sor for feaur e.ar>. I ami fully ire-
.air.-d to fill thlie ofline. as;t li. record
f ill 'how, tihe' 'ity a--e- -ii,'nt hav
ing the ilncreai-rd in that time from
i l.tW. oi, r $,;,n n.e to ot r $1..0W,Ooi
I J> re i e \ atnt,.d fr>iom runia ing for this
office last year on account of sicke ebs.
and now re. M'ct fully -olicit your
%ote.. W. % IIBADFORD.

To the Voters of Uainesille:
I hereby announce that I am a can-
didate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1909,
in the' election to be held on April the
13th. and ineot tearnestly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position
Thanking you for your past endorse-
ment. I remain. Yours very truly,
It I I.H

"My three >earold boy w sat bad
('Onrtililatevd. had a hligKlh f' ,.r .i u ..-
iii a al l a ful c couli ilo i I I a rt.0 hiliI
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Gaineeville, PierM
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Breads, Cakes id

Hiaviling pair,,l I. n-novatled a
lBakery. we .Ire e..w prep'li l togiw
yeo' .x h lie't '-e r. ;er .. I; se oar u.
gron i -teo;, at ),,';r l.wir t very ert i~.

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Livery, Feed dOW

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i HMs Held Up the
ef Operations on
SI Pvblic Building.



I ,.. ariE5 and the red tape.
eeLr with the citizens can
fob* k ward to work coniniencing
government building which
a uder contemplation for

it -'the preliminaries in the
Were adjusted on Tn sday
Shed of the King I.umtber
W as approved and they will
6gemece the work.
gbs* time. however, that
lL i--marle were taking their
B eM. the contractor- have
W ~aking the necessary ar-
wlth the result that they
a gro deal of material In
ai mrn being prepared for
L--w-- of the contract occur-
h mgagt and they were expected
a-* -a"e work not later than the
Sthe are always certain
B^ U s seonmected with all under-
at thia nature and they have
%& #ta* turn for adjustment and

a&- W. ok Clark, member of Con-
g &m this district, wired Senator
w a Tuesday morning as fol-

seatraet and bond for the King
NWr Cupay for the construction
d a ftiral building at Gainesville
b1 lim approved.'
fMWat Information from other sour-
INiS the company having material
4gg was received, which gives us
eAls assurance that work will
bhe e mseaced without further


I-p mber ef Friends Asseamble to
Pay Last Tribute.
u seural services of the late W.
M essaved from the First Baptist
Sft esday morning, where a
mher of friends of the popu-
*pen maa assembled to pay their
,It aplects to one who had Just
eat into manhood and plan-
Sber a bright and happy future

p 11sd both orders attended the
-1ss at the church In a body. Rev.
SI Inrs preaching the services.
"a il%-ed Upon the career of the
VM MAN sad paid special tribute to
6 IO M- wife, and mother, who was
RM to be present owing to sick-
VW hichk brought tears to the eyes
4* Wy of the spectators.
Mdnc was furnished by the choir
*t M C harh and special mention is
0 0f tbh duet by Mrs. Jackson and
an sMaett
MIDiwNg the services the remains
Stakem in charge by the P O. E.
"Mveyed to Evergreen cemetery.
d tenderly laid away under the
'l wremouy of this order-the
18M of any of the secret ,ocietiet.,
I iasslUle.
612bal decorations were as large
P fI e as any seen in Gainesville.
L -d of the family contrlbut-
L tUh Ie Eagles had a special de-
i f** the emblem of the order that
Scovered the. ca,,ket It was a
i Ele nade or blu.' ,tolt, t Uj "'
W"Ve background, tuu'h,.ed off
oli of the 'al,..y sued whit.
I Uha Withl. le-tt,-rg "' O I' liade'
rO CA the rea.t of


~h ~iearrLou Beauchamp, Un
able to Be Here Tonight.
O tlag tAJ Itrweij,. ill,, l Iei
t lu 111t1- b rii Il I ,l

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;.4 lS I is nfow onl.

are inl position to supply
your wants in so'(ilt'IN.;
GI I).I as we c.arry th1
largest stock of IB1i-ha.ill
(;od s ill tli,- actionn o


on them you know what
you are getting. REACH
signifies QUALITY.
A positive guarantee with
every article bearing the
REACH name.
We invite comparison.

Wheolele and RetIL


TACOMA. March 16.-At Micanopy
on Wednesday evening. March 10. at 8
o clock the handsome diamond ring
which had been at Burnett's drug
store for the last sixty days was re-
moved to the o|lera house by Sergeant
Sanford Chamberlin of the Gainesville
Guards to determine its winner.
The exciting contest did not really
begin until about 9 o'clock. when
Flewellen and vicinity came upon the
scene with determination to present
it to the beautiful Miss Martha Eng-
lish. Although the efforts of the Mica-
nopians were determined and persist-
ent that one of their three contestants
should win, at 10:30 the managers of
the ballot box declared that Miss
Martha English had won by nearly
two thousand majority. After the
presentation by Lieutenant Gray T.
Jarrell. Mrs. J. W. Chamberlin and
Miss Nellie Reeves furnished music
for quite an enjoyable dance.
On Friday evening. March 12. at
the beautiful lake-front home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Chamberlln at Lettie-
dale farm. Mrs J. W. Chamberlin was
tendered a surprise birthday party by
Micauopy and Tacoma. The beautiful
parlor and sitting-room were thrown
open for the reception of the guests.
Music was furnished by Misses Reeves
and Ilobbitt. during which the guests
enjoyed an informal dance. At 10:30
dainty refreshments were served, af-
ter which "liHoe. Sweet Home." was
played. Wishing Mrs. Chamberlin
many returns of the day. the guests
departed. declaring her a moit charm-
ing hostess Those pre.enit were:
.irs. R. M. Chambt.rlin and son. Mr.
and Mrs ; T. Jarrell. Misses Reeve.
lrna Mct redie. MatbIl McCredie. a1.
,erne Ik)llbitt. Iola Maud Smith.
Martha English and Miss St. Clair;
Mesbrs McCredle. Rivers, Fontane.
Alexande.r Carlton, Slater, Jones and
Sanford Chambhrlin

Out last night? Headache and nerv-
jus this morning? Hicks' Capudine
just the thing to fit you for business.
('lear's the head braces the nerves
rry It. At drug stores

Thought He Knew.

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F -S I ;111,1 1 \I : c. N!e las h i .0'e 61.0 1

For Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly all diseae-,' of the skin such
an e-zz-rnai. better, halt rheum and bar
te.r,' itch are. hara-'terized by an iii
tent'- lth liliig and smarting,. which of
te'n mak* life' a burdhle n and dirturib.
-leve*. ail r. -t Qii ck relief nma)y Im
h.l I 0 api.ll mg' l .g ('ll,11b,)erl.aili's S al e
If all.ia the it illng au i At-uurtiuiK al

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1 I %i o 1 o. a t. i t ; --. IE t A At-t11iti
S1 ( d li.il -t< Ii, r (ii ml l Iitl illiffi
iin akiig hli r trip, frin MI-i1r,-<
S ..I' int oif the h'i a inthiio whif h the
Slid- hainkel in allimo't itmieir
tra;tol' im ase *
Mr \lillIean's iill. I ing built at
hi- -till V.ill mm) Im- a 5' ing the pjin.:
th.- foundations laid. th'- framiework
I i- made. and tht.- work Is now getting
I on nr
A party wa.s given I.onnie. leSha at
hib- fathers homen i his frieneils ho
:nurpri-ed him with music. ganmen and
refreoshni'n.ts. making it a dllthtful
wocra.-ionm last Friday night.
The ladie-s of the Italtilt church
served refreshments on the law n at
the church Saturday. in aid of their
Lawrence Hendricks. a well-to-do
colored citizen. by kindly allowing
turplentine hands to sleep in his barn.
lost I.,4M1 pounds of hay and fodder
and other feed by their carelessness
in letting the barn get burned.
Mrs. Della Jones of Jacksonville.
formerly Mrs. Robinson here. visited
her aunt. Mrs. Kitler. last week. Mr.
Jones is a successful merchant there.
Mr. and Mrs. Pet Hall have taken
rooms at Mrs. Judge Kennard's.
Orlando B. Weeks was ordained
deacon in the Baptist church at their
last preaching service by the pastor.
Rev. B. F. Green. This position was
held by his father. Joel T. Weeks, for
years up to the time of his recent
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce have returned
to Michigan, after a long visit to the
latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Re-
nault. While here they repaired and
painted their two-story residence.
which is now occupied by Engineer
Porter and wife.
Nathan P. Cauthen will be confined
a month yet from the Injury received
by the breaking of a chain In skidding
cypress. He is in St. Luke's Hospital
in Jacksonville.

A Religious Authoer Statemnt.
Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman, Saiso
bury, N. C., who la the author of sev.
eral books, writes: "For several years
I was alicted with kidneytroable and
lut winter I was suddenly stricken
with a severe pain In my kidneys sad
was confined to bed eight days unable
to get up without sslastPnce My
urine contained a thick white sedi-
ment and I passed same frequently
day and nighL I commenced taking
Foley's Kidney Remedy, and the palm
gradually abated and finally ceased
and my urine became normal. I cheer-
fully recommend Foley's Kidney Rem-
edy. J. W. McCollum & Co.
Why the Earth Cannot Explode.
The theory tois frequently advanced
that planets and even suns sometimes
explode and that the earth may some
day blow up like a bombabeJL No
celestial body the size of the earth
could possibly explode. If the entire
molten Interior of our globe could be
replaced with nitroglycerin and deto-
mated the explousion would not lift the
earth's crust. In other words, It we
aume that the crust of the earth is
trom fifty to a hundred miles in thick-
ness It would require something much
more powerful than even nitroglyerin
to burst the hell. It is necessary only
to do a little figuring to see that the
pressure of the earth's eret at a
depthb of from fifty to n hundred miles
far exceeds the pressure exerted by
the Uieewt |I-werful high expllolve.-
!!udmu, Maxim.


Phaem.gM. U OvessaSweet. JAaw*OwPVU5L
We camas acbt Jefule ia lie we imui es alsotof twlw no Sdsmii
Moslem usoon w 8v m
Wes&WtA M EaWwisMo
orsw. nowea m.do

We ba nowmanoadsa n

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I tl-irci- or social duties to such ian extent a
,,,, ,a gations to \%our family ill the matter

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Life and Accident '"'

IYu Can Be Carried A

.' SMA',f::, I%0 l~,Fbrord





That despondency in women is a mental condition atem
traceable to some distinctly female ill I
Women who are well do not have the blues, neither am
they irritable and restless. Derangement of the femal
organism breeds all kinds of miserable feelings such as back-
ache, headache, and bearing-down feelings. Try I L
PiBkham's Vqegtab CM-iu-Id--L There is no doubt thl
it has made many remarkable cures of female ills after A
other means had failed. There is hardly a day that am
woman does not write us that this simple old mdimioan
made only of roots and herbs, has cured her of a ueV,
illness after several doctors had done their best and faid.
Here are two such letters--read them- they
genuine and reliable.

Me I had no waw Ife n l T U N I
dielsuraged. I had gias up al hepe e evWhM

given ad- t e.a mm mIn g bt b am u 1 b l -m
Um. W. S. P*rtd. --m MeWs St .
B ka-d, M-"I was Msd bs k a
In my ack snd ai sad ..... -
deeterel1 uatil I was dis urage4d ad tfW-
get well. I reada en"memash ab 10 S~'A Imb ami Ve W
table ('om pouad and thmeet I woeld ft A.
A. ter takla three battles I never wwas a weR
I m rece..o.mmend- Lydia 3. PmkhamW V. ae M
e al my trendss" Mr. Will Yeumga, &
Rocklnd, Me.


For :I years Lydia* Plakham's VegflM
Compound s as bew the staudard rimed fer
female ill. No rkk woman& drft j teso -
hermelf who will met try this fame as ia&
Made exelmlvely from roots sad hert@ sad
hs tbouand of curesa e so edit.
Mr. Plmkham bylwt&s 3ll i wi o
to writ hae fo dst e me hI
d thonreda to hMr lth ftee t hat g
Address Ma.m Pidbm. Lyo, s

goods With

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f tow of Winter Haven has been
ad owd eadoers elected for

I' -
, ^ is to have another large fac-

sot M or po oups.

Ie ty s I e e ta .Ma a

Mw of o I oes i pavilu
A !Dahel Park, mer Ta *.
by Me last wee.


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IWO" ks sges semedy. It Is
-*" ld air. rm the
s-me-aw- -N ue ofd lmd

Breathe ol thisN asteptiMc air
On %* a hard rner tlahOr that
wt every GtA. It is guaram-
%e dh J.W. MI olc Co..to cr
nk. thMs ot =t thre al brol-
is r erwep, or mey oack. A
s--ampie etist is ely $1.0.

S, s W. OadtUM C h

BY9111111116 KIgad .--itt-ilima pair of
our liv*-I)t btul.In1,4411.- 4ife)td 1*1,
ell 'at 1. 4 1%i ( Uta b ito( l.11.' 1h :'-11Ad,,
bI '.-0. b, P-110.4 Ibilp- Il i S 11 .111. I- StkI 1 #

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Rkcprd Cutlcura Soap
ad Cuicura OinatDat
s ilvalcd rtcscrv-

at 1K'1k. nmay-

St b sy ktriuim bg u Jast above the
beamt. iadg Oetat death.

Tmpa waats a chage tla ts city
ehart. One of the priaelpal ehaes
eastemplated 1i the provision that
asly free holders be allowed to vote

SoMth Jainll e' I aftSe ay
sabstantial impeeromeats. As d-
aesd prevMs sor e the ato
11.8 e b oA the rpoas o1cow-

i s expect to be pa 4 by thatke
ewmaa p ishroy.
Laemaud Wood. a proumsent f oeln
man of Fotm de Ln. was ounad dead
la SaAdy ereek, ear wuasacola, Sat
hrday mlboran. and It is evident that
death was due to drowning. The
yRos mas wash at work at the mills
of hes fater on the banks of the
ereek, and it Ia the belief that he was
attacked with an apoplectic at. of
walch he was subject. and fell Into
the creek. Nothing was known of the
accident until the body was found, as
his absence from the plant bad not
been noticed.

Simple Remedy for Lagrippe.
Lagrippe coughs are dangerous. as
they frequently develop Into pneumon-
Ia. Poley's Homey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heals and strength
eas the lungs so that no serious re
sults need be feared The genuine
Poley's Honey and Tar contains no
harmful drugs and is In a yellow pack
ae. Refuse subaUtutes. J. W. Me-
Collum & Co.
Good Reason Why.
The Woun1 i huter 'Cun you ex
Iulaln wlu- It it thi1t a tt 'iiim:li hnnrly
rve-r thnknks a manii for &flithii her lil
trat in a street ,car, The\- M nii, itr
eVt-r er 's tihe* hti1 r ItloOLI I I t Liftr

Almost Got It
'"Ii 1t1 I ill ifT I Ii 0* Ii tf.I til 'tlh
limita f f th .rt iir r I : o<1 '
rtio-Lo I 11Mr "I I |

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Everybody in Gaineeville is


Old people stit(plld th ihufferitg,
~Ifiddle agt-. ('0ura3it-uOily fighting
Youth i.Futei'tiflK Inaatientl),
('hilulro-i, unable to iL
All In nui*4-r.% from nIl'i,
()III. a little -buctkm t i.- ?lri~t
Ciic hen a)mOU catchi .. cold.
()r %lite-ti )ou rta-hir Is II,- back.
MAI eII% (0.1ilI at-tiOns follo0W.
I 'rI narl itt-iordvir. tialto. to littt'ig t

1)oh \, i.thiti% 1101, ur.'ole (Itache J

00 l'titj'4%,1 iomhit-1ki' a' tilk
%it 1.1" W. M
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Women Suiler

much needless pain when they deliy us.ing (Ot i
for their female troubles. Cardui has I.."n, found to
relieve headIln.he, backache, pain in the side and dis.
ziness arising from deranged organs. It does naore
than relieve,-if used persistently,-many have writ
ten to say that it cured them.

I NK. V 11.1.EK. 1.iar i I h *. 't
('1I'n l'l' keit. % lit I ;itt'itdioii -f-+#., I
In lid IMr- II .A Ilcke t. It *i* Ii t i.,
urdiil) Ri l n l 1 111.1n
H I. \ il.-on of for iltal .io io it. oI t .
ati tTr. i>.s ll.i. h- r. In-l ,o ko
W .1 liamilllitn anid if. iof No wt l.r
r% %isit, d hli form r'- uainotlhl r ,
II A l'iik'tt -1i lit % Moni t "
(;;it -, \ ill0- ( oil lu-itl-i'.
l- \'Wairdl, i I l Oi.i :i lll i.larlit -
V r .and1 1Ir- Siaiilthi of I'aill .0
*sl 'Tit Si didalY< ititi frigid h. t .,
It#. W\ i.oii (Griffin of It ll fill, I .
ro-fe liar Itlit iiflttli-'it here '-indlI.i
i a file' |lreachh r timid all ii'jol i hl-ai
Ing him.
o 0 Thomas of Dution was o.er
here Slunday on U'dniu&i-" again
W Io. Pickett of (taini.vll*. attend-
ed church here Sunday.
0. H Sanchez in visiting relatives
at Trenton thin week.
James Knight of Cadillar vltilted
relatives here last week. Hli ;* now
engaged In Insurance work and finds
the vocation both pleasant and profit.
able. Ask Jim bow well he can whis-
The farmers are now very busy
planting their crop*.
Miss Annie Dudley was united In
the holy bonds of wedlock last Thurs-
day evening to Mr. Garland of New.
berry. Jonesville's loss is Newberry's
Phillip Bradshaw visited his sister.
Mrs. Joseph Jones, here Tuesday.
A. 0. Pickett and Miss Marie Collins
of Newberry visited Misses Stella and
Irene Miller here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Fielder visited at
the home of H. A. Pickett Sunday.
A. M. Pettit of Alachua visited rela-
tlves here Sunday.

Of good health should prevent sick-
s lastead of lettlag themselves get
iek and thln try to cure It. So long
as you e p yowr lver, bowels a"d
seaomach tIn a healthy and active con-
dito you won't get slek. Ballard's
Herblie relieves coastipatioo. Inactive
liver and all stomach and bowel trou-
bles. Sold by W. M. Johnso.

A R~al Romamnse.
Sometlaes there are Instaures tn
life like those In the story books: An
Atchison girl engaged berelf to a
peapter. thinking be was poor. and
disCovered on the eve of her wedding
day that be had $150 In the bank. He
had met toM her, wlahtaing her to love
Mm 4 hblimit alone. Atehisos

A Swellim Jaw
Is met pretty mor pleasant. Whether
IWe aeued by neuralgia. toothache or
aocaset, Bailard's Smow Utemimat will
redece the swelUing and rel eve the
pala. The great and sure cure for
rhamats.m, cuts. burns, brulaes,
scalde-any and all aches and palas.
Sold by W. M. Johnses.
A Zeologaical Qweetioen.
The director of the stnlogical gar-
dens was on his eanation. [Ie recel-
ed a note from bIl c(hilef assistant,
which closed thualy: "The chimpanzee
eeiams to be pining for a comimanion
What shall we do until you return?"-
St. Louis Republic.


It Wi Help You


n.L Maxwell Johnson, Tampa, Fla., writes: arl
me after doctors and everything else had failed. I had bees
Bfg with numb ella ever since I was 16 years old. One d
decided to take CarduL I have now taken 5 bottles and I eCM
that it has cured me. I advri all suffering women to give
*ai and fair trial."
Mr. Johnson suffered years Have you? Do yO M
DOtwiyuft awtall? TakeCarduL Give It a fairtrhL


With Mrs. Corinne Rlder-Kehey, soprano- Nevada van der Veer, dsh; &d
Miller, tenor; Gtaf Holmquist, ba.

Condutodl by WALTER

Fer Cmmuti. MIMd 1M il h il ad 2
APPOCIATE MKEMBFWHIPS. good for one re wrved at at each oe
$5. Make application now am books ck April lt and lar boxs a
mrae then pevail. Funds moot accompany application.
-T. T.* iLMEU N i K. m FNo.-

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The Fay-*Iale Vlsile.

Write for Pri',Tim, TOM


G. S. Merchant & Co.
e"ta"ere aMd Je bbert I

Staple and Fancy Crocerles,
Grai.Ga. radJe .ed ad Fertilifers"


-- -~AINVILL. fULO*&

Hglhet market prki paid for Chickens. Eggs and oeth* *

a Complete stock of Hay. Cora. Oats, Flour. BMra. k 011
Sed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very Se t109
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Nut llehlisd wevry momling ex-
d w ricyeawr in the city. or
ad the tvalted ltate, pwta5g
S &.six mouthi: It *, three
9r weA wtek*--'tctly ti

sll l tMaoltumnC ) tentt s line
sBatd S ta foreach addtitonal
a ertismla made known Zo

ie* ** eight page. forty
Iiabishe ld every Moud'Ty and
gh eis s all the sows of the
go SA 4 Se.erat2. sid will be
6m, fMealy pat of the I'aited
l jlp. t sa pestr--i advance.
bl b hecmede after a ~ rst
410sut .me, istem otherwt
aid". l. tis* mt okDw to am
#pywe fevertiluthl is ad&
eWspee PV.A.

h Africa will make the
p ger alder.

ag dl be very likely to remem-
N ft is. of March., 1909.

aggnady message" habit has
S*amefedn to the great relief of

NI a&gRst whle now there will
M-g1ai to get excited about
--*--^^^9^-- --laB
WefM of the England militant
appea to be: "Give us
S.S giTve as jail."

Si ew Tork City they are using
Sellateral for another argu-
gst race suicide.

AMlao is trying to raise a
Oad the old joke about hair
m t be dusted off.

MW0he g ts to be a President's
seNtary may be regarded as
M ad position for life.

I AtWn a State is better off with-
Mp Y Uaed States Senators. If
dj t believe it ask Delaware.

S1Is eamervatively estimated that
Mapehot pictures were
I a Washington during the

m administration is already
rliIa great lack with the Iwople
"W ags. The price has dropped
P drnitng the past few days.

S ty P ient of the Government
t *inlrs are for military outlay.
P* Mat or future. Can any other
S -a p ace footing beat it?

I lbrtma e indeed that the
'64" thousand shoe factory
0 at LY Mass., ordered out on
02W W te C the makers of rubber
ilO O 8 hoes this slush) spring


'A T" legislatuor complains thut
bl Stomached, say) The Mobile
j 'iw. As we tunderltauid the bitu-
I" Orad Old Texa, nothing ho
* 4 legislator with %oe aS to be'
"-S 1 approached. b

b the ix'ke.f,.eller, at Suiadau
M M begging for mouit.e) and lal.ingtK
%Pta for coutributi 4ia., m'uud- Iara
bWutl pernapilt o.*n ltaitndard
-II t w0 t lubrlcat, the' gudgeljos (af
b Sivai'm car land llake, it a Iierc

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0"" bues e fit Is dut. 's e la.e of tIaI,
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to" ut a eIa to aqiei11i
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which. for (etiiimm I.e e ;t., 9

1.111. i t~ 10% illtnall.;ifa~itdicate'.' sac
rifti.. el itart % grille iesle. "mlich ntii)
Ill- a -' .ii a, #-% @ r lIatlie'r eliws- it

the' flt-Il of thf woirhfl' vr .,it. t % %u -luiw that flr-It of iltl :i i. l i.s ait
S '-0;ttle' s EX .a'-i'i(' i H il I|i i, t 11114 o 4 :;i ric:m t :tilr thla t ;- ;i l 4N iAl a;in ii ill
K'tlTher lth' O)v'ide.it aImi t he Orie nit t' ll tit ia Alinaricain h rtec-gi inize ihat
and fetch .Ala-ka! fr irll th' N.orth to a ; a rul.l the i.i" l ti .*I. ted'l tet oflic..
know the.ni iwth it ~ ill ai.. t, :;i. what,. <,r their i|dK lit al fnilth. :ar, pa
islairl i aiid i. ,- i i t f (h,. S.)1";i | tricit iticerely d' ritroius of aidainv ingl
sea.I. ..o ( h;t Ti:;il Ilnth lIoik ;tit5 Si.i thhe tI..t initer'ats of the country. It is
aind the w',rlil know *.;ach ;ia h,. this Piiritl which so largely hil.ps (the
Also t lh- E a -itne'r nilma.v lh(k u|I)I)i nation to move, on unniffled and int
i-lo)iIl,- atindi try that he knows anot in admnini-tration may occur.
This is the, fundamenintal diff.er.nc*-
between the. Alaska-Yukon-Paciflc The' decision of the United States
show and its predeessorx. Ihut there district court at Kansas City relative
are others-the exi)o.ltonm will be to the two-cent passenger fare in Mis-
re-ady to open on time. It was ninety- i ouri will probably reolen'the whole
five per cent completed three months question bf passenger and freight
before the opening date-June i 1st rates in a number of States that have
and It did not ask the United States reduced them within the last few
Government for money. Equally sur- years. The decision comes as a
uprising is the fact that the hotel shock and disappointment to the pub-
keepers of the Exposition city hae lic. generally. which had supposed the
made an Iron-clad agreement not to question settled, and all the more as
raise their rates. only a few weeks ago the returns of
The railroads expect to carry 2.000.- the larger roads In Missouri showed
1000 people to Seattle this summer. largely increased earnings under the
They will see the most novel, and two-cent rate. Whatever the Im-
what Charles Dana Gibson has pro- mediate result of Judge McPher-
nounced to be. the most beautiful ex- son's decision it is clear that the
poilUon ever planned. end is not yet. and that the legisla-
tures may be trusted to guard the
CURRENT COMMENT. interests of the public without unjustly
dealing with railroads or any other
The Philadelphia Inquirer says: corporations.

* Equal suffrage' was downed by the
Iowa Legislature. and the women of
that State will continue to run things
without any interference by the men."

The Birmingham News says: "Of
course it is a great thing to be Presi-
dent. but there Is no doubt that the
man who is on the Job often wishes
that somebody else could relieve him
of the many perplexities and embar-
rassments arising from decisions in
the cases of many thousands of profes.
sional patriots who desire a little pie-
counter reward for having served the
The Norfolk Virginian-Pilot says:
"The demand for reform In the method
of compensating public official is
progressing. though thq headway
is slow. New York An to place
the sheriff of Onondago county on
a salary and convert the fees of
the office into the public treasury.
North Carolina has recently abolished
the fee system. practically, in its en-
tirety. We are living As hope that
this reform will eventually reach Vir-
ginia. It will be a good day for the
Commonwealth when it does."
The Hartford Times says: "Is there
any reaMin except the financial needs
of the Washington hotel keepers why
the Inauguration of a President of the
United States should be made an oc-
casion for military display and civic
paigealitry, like tI ** thlwnio -tifiilt of
a king? The pi-ople otlf France- and of
Switzerland dlo not call out an ariny
corps to pgaradie lt frint of their Ie-
Pres.identi after iinducting i the, i ilto
office' (Ob iously I he .- '.%%*'a.laliKtoli,
ct'Iel.hratl otll. have o ibutgroi n he it i
.s|I e-t th,. are t iinAid to) .-a .miE,
greater proporte iis with oI te' iini.11 aK
of eauch iir-A Prr all ill, unhleh's ('C
grre. shall irt o.-ed too regulate the-
a hole l.'tn-lim'NK 1. law amid ut i out thi'
.ictiacular fe.ature..- rThe v.r nelit.t
lt a.. etof Ithl. Ca -% will prul.tably coin
pr> l t ,lia to I dml n tI for- miani y niotre
i're-'delnita shall havo lte1n IIhauKU

How's This?
W', (fef. r O(i loiumair Ih llar- It,-
Award for .l1h .i-* 1*e 1ll raf t t I
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and you will save yourself a lot of
suffering and trouble. If you have a
sudden chill-or take cold-if you
have colic. cramp or diarrhoea, don't
wait a minute. Take at once a tea-
spoonful of Perry Davis' Painkiller In
a half a glass of hot water or milk.
You'll be saft and on the right road
to quick recovery. Then you'll escape
serious illness. But you ought to have
this tried and proven remedy on hand
for Immediate uae. ieing prepared
la half te battle wVen there pale to
subdue. New sihe botUas 6., also in
50-cent sises.


EItimat Furnibed Promptly aid
Work GuarmntNMd.

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it contains Nothing Injurioi The action ofd Dirl*m N
hound Syrupis mild and benin. it is adaptedto afoat. wB
adults of every variety of temperament and ooaitHt

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Leave Gainesville for Mieanopy, Fairfield ad lo-
cal point. South... ................... 10:10 a
Returning, arrive Gaineeville ................. 4:1p1

Leave Gainevville for Sampson City, Paisth,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all point North 8:00 p
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Protect Your

The only approved way to
do tlhii is to secure a com-
plete Abstract of Title to
each piece of land you
claim, and see that thie title
is perfect. A few dollars
spent this way will save you
Illaily tiilmes the amount in
cash and111 the satisfaction
that you get from the
knowledge that your titles
art clear is worth I more thall
the price.
Moral ), rai*t i, rry a*I ait
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Two mMoscWehurohes.
Us"out" -" phiaL
a erts Buny mw apape
Two otodarystoea
Ont'e Pooleric light plea
Tw o rat' biufacoU
Voalunter fie olsart oers
Two bletodp-I churc-hes.
AUmltedbaud u laitds& eli..
TWOirteen Sunday schoos.
Two veteR9icat urge@osw&
~r rea l esChta agt "Lk.
000 skmntvewr At dPArNici
Sev9 e a ummhbr i &a~sow

Pltrt-elass wweragie system.
Two foratUMr matufactcries.
Ve af9 m seurase agemlesM.
Two MTy7 ad feed stables.
O N erate mad basket factory.
0. Bks' Club r eadtg room.
Hardwood Mamuateturing Plant
Agricultural Expertimet Station.
Piert Wtater Bible Coaferweee.
ive dresmakinag establishments.
National Odd Iellows' Sanitarlum.
Three undcrtakl estaebllshments.
Two et the best botels In the In.
Two wholesale granl and feed
Two wboleale grocery establish-
Water "that has made Oaines~ille
The meet opera bouse la the State
outside of JaJumovillie
A Govermeut building snoo to be
erected to cost when completed
arpemters. msons, plasterers.
pat's., printers, maclaimlsts and la.
-rismein -alore.
Mre mllke of paved tree aad
puaslthle idewalks tham amy other
tow Im the Itterler of the tateo.
Amn sm eowrt bouse bulit of briek
ad some-e beaIdual stractaur-el
s lwVG aower beIe shrubbery,
bI b mmimst.o ee.. nrrouand.
A n ow It a mweattractive pie.

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utilul Howard Piano, and 11

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished I,

The Bh. Safford Piano Co., Sole Repe-

setatv of The R. S. Howard Co. of Mim

The Cntest to be Cductd by THE SUN i

BDhaf of Bush & Saffrd.


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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the perm
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the high
number d votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.

April15th, 1909

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* 0 0 0 0 S 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6

In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.

Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
Due Bills, same to be mued
These due bills will be

given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
Sto 9bat i sa bft ~ I i NOW k. a 6e M w sM i hr....... 20MW
To fe u u rM s q f.mi I .i a r ...... .. 11751
To as mntan bas Nm OWiVMh Oad Wforau khr........- ..$ 81
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the par-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give o e vote
r, ever ceat paid into their establiahent for
oods which they handle:
The Gaineeville Hardware Co.
Ph Wer area.
Hyde & Tenth.
WheM Ve ay Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish-
Its of the merchants giving votes and at The
Msa o0ce. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Oflnesvillc. Florida:

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$1.25-Three months' subs

Rules and Regulatieso
1. The contest is open to anyone Uv11" b
Alachua county who Is known by the coodUICM
of the contest or vouched for by some reputabd
person. to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the
prietors of the above-named firms are eligible 0
participate In this contest, and will partleilpat
so manner. *
3. In the event of a mlsunaerstanding betwe
candidates or others Interested In this cost*"
such controversy may be referred to the l-
ductors of contest, who alone are the per00
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decide* to iv
draw from the race, such candidate will not1
allowed to transfer votes to the credit of aoteor
candidate In the r-7ntesL

Cription ............ ......... .... 400 votia er 'a
400 votes 500 ve.W

$2.50-Six months' subscription ...................... 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription ........ ........ 3,000 votes
For a club f five one-year subscriptions (before April 1. 1909) .25,000 votes
For a club of ten six.months' subscriptions (before April 1) 25,000 votes

1.200 vow
3,500 voW
30.000 v1ot
30.000 voto

Tlij re. i- l'it) it 111i t ti ) Itietm in ur of Ilul, Is .ini

$1.00- Oue yttAr's subscription. ..................... .00 Wvw
Fvr A club tf tive ont-yair fcubbcriptluui 1. .000 Vit

distributing votes is undesired by te pr 0pr 0t0S
aoogp..... s *e # *O 9 oo^ oo0"00o goV "o *aoo*

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~ Aresagein H-'" "" FOR THIS MOTHER
D PI *Of Staple* iMrs A. 0. TOion. of Il.vermore. Cj1.
i I will ) Ihf rt' irm. I ritls. "I pik,.l fiil ftsin In) ,! Kr.
; o talk to the 'et *tep' one d-i a l1., l,.I k in wit ih I
owlt K nde'r alamNt Oi. 0n b.-cam.' ve ry aeIwrh Intr,. -t...
^gi s, tlI tl r.egard lo M1) ltl 1' ,r-l of five'% ear. (f age had
selan troutl d for a l atr lin.' with
Sce ts loss of apfpu ti. exl'elf.i" n11 rvvoitiless
I- t r',.*' (- ,. > and iuduel' s faili, Sh. WA a ll riun-
and we %ait to knit idowa and in a ,orry delicate condition
gotlft bring 410 celnt. %%'i 'This little ltok v'a4 ,...r cO.,| -c
rce V la w l % .iilt o 1 ; :-i\ !Y ..* 1:,1l l e I f thi u w
p r of ('" o tut. i : ei d t h ti 1' t h l of ) x :., : zz the mn ,.::a *-
S v, the ht l. p l We Ol* 's of tfl I :i.rr froj.t the oil.
1 110 nty w lhat iusr fath eltintl n'tii n. :h. ** o' no i;.s oil whhih Is
co 111 fo ln fo ch;ll.-.n i) ta..O.
S and s *l1 sh. e- l H we "Ju the hinz .'saild 'formylittle
and li,' f'e!e ] fI I'- daigh ie'r. :;.l I l tiu:i ly we.nt for
oti lea ? w linttl, of Vi:: I' t L h, ., :.-
01e11 thl:' t I "c' "1*I i e t-i e.;fuiiy Shi has gai!nd ra;cidly In
swietm. co4e' l*toslier'' atii ;'It esh and Ftrtn hi, i..l .t Le does Dnot
&up aloatitJoni de.idl' II,.' take cold half io s asily.
it iis sa.. that we s11 "I am extremely grateful for the
Wat the acreage this year I'ood it has doni, he r. and I h qp1 o nier
dlast )ear. and say we mothers w.; l-* A'-.. d :e..' o
uB p for eight )ear.. All a.ling ehildr en v.ll w l.e*n fi t.d ly ry
Makes a good demand experlenc!ad J'Jst gi'.e '.(;l& a trial."
fersf 8 need not think that VINOL Is sold in Gainesville by W.
ever allow them-se'le to M. Johnson. Druggist.
Sl "ottom. They invest two
when cotton is cheap. One of the Lucky Ones.
e--4t lb just as low a*s A lady of title. an ardent motorist.
e."-It .I Is very unfortunate In the matter of
ve bring on a an. splls. The other day. oby no means for
l- Wid bring on a an e i first time. n engineer ennle to do
i s hut their ,money u; various relmirsi to) the uiot,,r.
lo have a likely changee The little girl of the hbuwe wath-bed
l sT. Jt look back to old and Ithn remarked:
war times: Five years "I think mainma's very iun!uc-ky with
e Pint any cotton. "' livi'd her mniotor. don't you?"
t we could raise-we di1 "l'nlueky. did ye say"' replied the
S -rk,.t fur anythinK we,' ~'hanil'. Why. no: net partk-ularly
S O mrke hfora anything we unlucky. 1er ladyshipl's alive, ain't
lws. Now we haIe a tuarket she:"
n th.i caun Ie produced. .*Yes. of couwse she is." amid the girl
aggags are g'a t d;al I..terr. "Well." ws-as the rejoinder, with anl
Ui, ir one. .l-sses the' acrtIag( exae rel, vIe w h:il:e rf the bead. "lots of
pge| while the market is good our customers a nin't."
r an years of war, cotton sold Unequaled as a Cure for Croup.
I5 per pound. Surely after "Iesides btwing an excellent remedy
ymes. with a halfcrop during for colds and throat troubles. C(ham-
It should bring 40 cents. berlin's Cough Remedy Is unequaled
| e this subject talked in %.- as a cure for croup." says Harry Wil-
biit la the State of lliorida anid son. ,f Wayn,,..on. hid When gi late that raises ottoni Let a.&x a.4 the croul. y cogh alwars.
ir fi mall vho ac.epl, this plan this renmeidy will ipre s-.nt the attack.
fot r EBItder Naid the- ned,' law it is used succc.-sfully in many
SllIthed for mot.rher- and little thousands of home-s. For sale by all
a. I think I ieoi littl..- ,0i % ldre-lw druggistts
tgL. and ielie our 'il tic will I".
hbmeflt to ah'ne A F :n .' N: -
M are gettingK Ietter atei 'nnl I. ,, l *....
a Is hbeng r.-tire-d. l..t i- re t :t I I i. '
I t 4orng an thing l i;ha i will' Ii-,' .h' '.m ;. I
n the return, of Iro li. rit' I.. r f r \ I' '.
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SaW suicide A Pleasant Physic.
aamerly the menace to i nr'a- wr lhn .1ou w.,t a pl,:ast'tat Ih.yi'
MINa that deaths among in gie Chamlne-rlain Stomac-h and
am. LEght ,t of t l. f th-, Liver Tabl-t- a trial They arc' hild
*R dilrectl) or iniltr., t!.. :,,..el and gc'tithe' in their (action and :alIa.
wel trouble NI-<;. al. proldute a ple-,as.nt cathartic e.ff-.t
* Ceei diarrhou 1., cI tai iCall at any drug store for a samil'.
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istUrt- Jue-i t.th- tig i or ts
14h1( o-at. 1l'ra #- :.I' ii~i :o I( j. I"-r
~.Sod by V' W NI Jeui111-4.1

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Ike A ;& ii 5 .a .'', III II i loe taIII
d oasmun t : (d1 -,I I--- l'..j, !I1e..)
Suit a '-act-el -i-ta ee l
LU S lieIt % lo tic0e. f-tl i'es4r-
bp 1*~t-nr t !I,' a a~o oif 3 astr
b three' iel-ae'-N 1140%% 41eli)l40u a4-
s himati'
-V%*rWItfiwc ea k'li,
hW W 1) sh4 11s1le1'-4 .1i'.,1oleelel-
411* 8 1 iIht had i e'j I,;I%*'- 1111ii Ii'
UWbs or I eeeulitlta't I&* Ste40,04 it -


ibe studied b) every parent.
i**l is e i ..stm fr ,-Iful start-.
L akep. it i Past) fa-ed h.i.u- rlnKg.
P ell e .t alsia.t .~es 'l, hi|uiKr)
nt s 5 eight. ssu .can le .,ur.
WI1l is* woruia* Whitt. (C're-ala
SI an ab.toluti. it..- for
L Is it aI us L iural i%., Sold
d i i o.

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61h TO kave Alwajs Booh

The sun &ad vote for
~~ t"e PIanoOote

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k friiifnlui,;I
91 01 '- Of i''t :%l ii tee Ailicft m I% ri'.el
Ie,&: Ii" pe.r Ito-, 'ssnIiiiea& I he' iorls
''-i *'-1, 1-4 to.ii % i. I he' -jitter II
a e u1- 'lii;.' ''gIi4,leci f(''n .I ct -Al t l itia
ttc~ett %%:, % re',c.ii-Le'eki eecs Ae
lice' ,'l a -I e 114-I :1 i% i-91 he
`11 Noe I-*' icel r III#- "- j'e'r-0elu ,41 l ite'
entlo-Ier A' 41 on 1 1 of-I Ie'li've t ie're"'e fitv
IN ''I 91 '0 lt'

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I;' ~ ~ il e'%e~ e Iv tf' Ic' r:.-.v ijete "if

Good Liniment.
You will hunt a gKIil while e.forE.
)ou find a preparation that ih equal
to ('hanbewrlain's Liniment as a cure
for muscular and rheumatic pains. for
the cure of spirains and soreness of the
muscles. It is equally valuable for
lame bark and all deep-seated muueu-
lar pains. 2, and WO-cent sizes for
sale by all druggists.

Not Oucklike.
.MrI lYaet Ai diA d yolu Iii *leIIE'. 1.
aIl ylour liiinl,;ixld :i du k? .Mr .'ril
wnlliunk-Oh.. i' That wn wefonre
I found out that le'd never take to
water!-Yonkers tatesman.
His Clevenes.
Nell-Toung Mr. Bigwad is no foul.
Rlkle-No. lie's clever enough to have
a rich father.-Philadelphia Record.
How can any person risk taking
some unknown cough remedy when
Foley's Honey and Tar costs them no
more' It is a safe remedy, contains
no harmful drugs, and cureg the most
obtstinate coughs and colds. Why ex-
periment with your health? Insist
upon having the genuine Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar. J. W. McCollum & Co.
The 8 office for alUg cardMs
In the circuit Court. rEghth Judlellti ('lrult
Alachus Coustv. ir1tlda.-In ('hauery -
I.ttle M. Evant vs. Peter J EvansM UtI
tur Itvoree. roer orf Pjbll3atio
It at>aritagf by affidavit am:insed to the
bill filed la theb abe ovrt ated* rteke-oceof Peter J. K ans the defendant
the fin naued. I' unknown. and tb it there la
S) I erao., l the .State the aerv4ce of a subh
pauena ui o whbooi would bind a I delf endanit.
an that he l isover the asrei of two- tiy-tie
sear-: it r o thwe-eore orderedd that %aid DOo-
re',.; .' *er.'n nnt I .. .' 1 ). h e. t rt--
.vaire-tl o >i|ea iare t io ihe ItlJ ort C .ii. ai:s.i i lilk-d<
ll: *I it w tn ," b t W !W *.%. 'th dat
of A irl l Ii Iltm oth. rwime the allewratluo .
of -aidl bil. lil be take am confeas-d by said
It t- fu ther ordered- that tht imrder te- pIub
U.hed un.'e a work for e:,abt econfe-utlve
,' .. in The (.ain.-TlViIe sun. i. newm-per
priiurid'.icl In %aki courtIv and Stot.-
Tbi- .'etruarv e'th. 1i.I*
S H. WIE%.IEr. (lerk Cireuit ('out.
It M S. ltVKE D. .
A true- "'t ) i l> of ortirina.
a.! HI WIEN;.'. C(erk Circuit Csuit.
"Tv M CH VE I). ('
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It pays the farmer to plant only their best. It's a
quetion not of "how cheap," but of "how good.
1tr Set s Navte e. gtati of l PM e a M R ab.ft .
We- arr- Iim lee)king trd.lrnf orr I''a' ani l ,tir .t -ra~sali.e rAsdI. Wa
Atill lm- glad to mniel youn rie.' on reqtiurt.


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Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun





This Coupon nmay in east at The Sun offce or at eitlwr of twle lom e w
need with tlie e'ontet. NOT GOOD AFTER MARCH 19, IS


The L im Distanc Syst

One of the meet valuable ftateree
of ear servee, to our subcribers and
tl the public generally, Is our oennes
tien with the extenaelv le" ditanee
lines of U American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the ether as
sociated Gell Telephone companlee.
We own thousands of miles of ng
distance lines In the seven Statee In
which we operate and in addition .an
connect any telephone in our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system is
Those long distance line are of the
meet modern and Improved construc-
tiln and are maintained at a high
state of effciency. The Sell systems

Operating in varloes ssetis of e
ewsntry. are sniamat to S he gp

---arrangement betwe M W eiW
phone eempanies is it peus"te io ito
a well Telephone amOeet aiwemo%
ask for "Leag DMtUMne aad hbe pa I
emmt letls with met
In the s*otry.
This vast network of -wire erdih
In$ threulgh t them aes, is MaW
daily in emmeree and er uel" pM
peoe by the beakers, thm f1mlAr aO
cltiasem In all walks of 1If MandO e
plant here is an imprtant Uk In ft
-t chain.

Southern Bell Ti

and Telegraph I

MlOEieW vice. a n ato


Groceries ," Grain
No Order Too Large
Pl u 215 -Fl-U


Every Bottle is Stamped by the Government, which is a Guarantee
of Its Age .an. Quality.


Government s
guarantee e
With Lvery

Satisfaction or
M U-.-.e"

eW ..' ad,2 U~pRpe... Prpsi. 1t .S bsadMt ~. ~Mu1

* .dl %I' sit .el 1

Scace Ajents for the Celebrated State Sea Champagne








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Wire. Phone or MaL Y Your Order To-Day.

17-519 West ,CHAS.
Bay Strect



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Dorsey's Deirght Coffee
lg a I i ~ tC ~i~~' 1L i



TLAc f.:cs;, ro. ',tast iutl and
wholesome biscuit, cake.a:;, pas-
try arc :1A.de wi:h 1 o~ Al lik-
Siug PoGdce, and r-.t otIhcr ,se.
Royal is the only Baking Powder

Royal Grape Cream of Tartar l

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SS 4 Ha Happened and What Is Go-
1g to rap 4-PSersonal and
&oewl Item eof the City.

Ssn"y's Delight Coffee.
O & meal ticket at Rutherford's
A. L Vidal has re-turntid from a
iS t biae ss trip to Itronion.
Barrel of fresh Irish potato chipl,
jt arrived. W S klors'y A Co
Special attention paid to ladies'
ille at Rutherfor;t's Restaurant.
Fr, milk. creami. butter milk and
b~tar 'phone 2'il. F-ast End dairy.
T. S McManu.' oif Waldo wat- gree-t
g htis friends in the- city se. t.-rday.
T. B. Ellis. Jr h.-ft ete-rda or ir
short busint*.i visit to plointi -iith
M. C. Mdilntsh of lHawtheorin wa,
aimog the is-it''r- t, a G in. iill.- 0.
I will ha\e i n, Sp'rin. Milliir-
*Opening I'th andi lli. MNr- S VW
My Spriiin illll'ivlr (>io iin e % il
be held on .March I lh andi I'4th Mr.-
a. W i L1 ;itd; -
W. M. lX)ailli oelf IiiKh .il Siiiigs
Was looking afloi .-lorile lsiii 's at-
Sers he-re' ves-.te'rda;
E. F. Zeroiirr. tio le. io f the int t l.al'.t-
o( RLch lh. f t ^ % i ti i ;i, i ill'--
is thil t i' 3.. id ,
lIast li h *h .; .. i n, r I ,. i..z -
J.ae1 :. 1 i .. I i 't I

d' f i. l* 1 1 m ,, 't 1t
.ew dMS '1 r i ll- (;i ;lls
t4 1 CllA H i (* 1 u l! l 1 or1 at
the Ele.ctric T1,. i. ; ,,>iL:( (i!,. tI
centi. l ic:-lt,4 i f jtjs.tiil i| t i I'ii
liutlher F" I 4 noi ..toli t i ..f Ja ksoni
il le i iI tl. t\ t i141 .1 ft'e days.
the iet-I oif hl l iti,,.er Mr-. T II
iiih J,
Mr Gill .ii anId iiauKhte r liho
lhatet bL- ii 1h|1 .- f,,r th i past ',,e,-ral
da1 s during th.* illin. oif the. fuori*tr '
*on, returnild hiour \,.-tr.rnl
Mr, .1 V \. n r igil l. % h lie 1l4hi- > -4l
d aiti 'rieu,.l. i ,ll .t i. r lioiiii 1i \\'..t
IJ t 'rt ir, t ,,i i.hII | ,,i.-I l d6.l ll a .
> i,.; ..,. t,. i i, II r i,. .r 0,i# a tf
lterill, I I ,,, ,, I, i I I i irl
r.., '

for !(

few I, I
fui, 4,

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Dorsey's Delight Coffee.
Cedar Key <,ystert, day and night
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
G. 8 Shawl and to daughters r,-
turneid to their holint, at Alachiua %*-
(hood gentle horse and nice rubber-
tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
I will have nmy Spring Millinery
OIwpeing l th and llth. Mrs. S. W.
l ,e rande
M. Spring Millinery Opening will be
held on March 1Mth and 19th. Mrs
%% IleGram11..
Today beAing St Patrick )Day niai.
will be held at St Patrick's church
this morning at h o'clock.
The p'-rfect flavoring extracts IBlue
ltibbon Van!ila and Le'mon. Real fruit
favors. Pure absolutely.
Japonicas. Palms. Ferns and Shrub
bery; Pecan and Fruit Trees in sa
:ietv. H. S. Graves. 'phone 179.
Plank's Chill Tonic As guaranteed tc
'ure chills. fever. colds and lagrippe
Price 25c. Sold by W. M. Jot'nsom.
I.'ll V loimnail. ; uild A ill hold a call
(*d Iime' tii a .tt i 04' ,. l 4l'ry thil. afle -
miiIat ;it :: o'lok.k Full atteiidance of
nil9 liln rp- d,-sired
For lbut tei ('nlits you see tht lie lost
I-'autiul ilountrr fullY explaitied h%
.1411i iEnnor ind .lso the, nitition li ic-
iures I tilt, ElectIre The-atlre tonight.
.11i. Alice 'smiiii slo let.1 eSte-,t rday
.,>r O ta ila. li-re e h*' ill spetid the'
.* %t e I% r;il tl;i,\ li -itii:g he'r son.
\%I holdl, a la In rateli iMl.-ition in lthe
llrick ('it.
I anai or'ringi s.t-~ ral taiidatrd iiiiake
ui right iaio- at l.iargaili iri'e'-
ihile' Ithe la-I If ( tiit-linplating l. I,
ligK piano b I il I' 'rt.iii lo g' t Ill)
4( .-, \\W I ill
(' vi (T'. %ton. Ithe' (ontrartor of
.liack-,tk ii\ ll. wh lio la. ( ilit. ('con lilt'
able' work lire.. is amoniig thell- i. .-
il tlih. (Cit Hit can'ii o\ to look
lifter ollie' r'al estate i matters.
itn iilaiiinK l. So'uth Florida lNormi-
al Instiiutec' te(hI' rs c-mpll i'd b.
Ala'hliua C'ounti tlhe li>ail'( of .M is
Kathr. n Salenr ia.- uiiilit0litilnall)
omlitted Shli' i itrii ,ipal o ill It.- lli

Prot \ %K \\ltL and Marlin
niiAlthi lft ',ehterda. for a short %iit
too Highi Spling. 'The'* torlir i. tht-
Ilade'r for their W oodman'.- Itand at
iliat place' and int up to gl\ them
tlihir .ekl drill
No (;IANI Ol inig can( I iprlonis.-
mni frie'lnd. thut e'* ito ha illn e tock
ii and Ire'ttll\ hliing *lih as hats.
dlrv ~ !; ,| ;,, -, .rii n ml0 .l 1 T h. lIli .isar"
1 i ..i 1 111- ri .I liai- l lai .aar
,:, i | i. ,, 1, I l i, < 11 i -I, < ll l.a r ik

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l-r, iz- ;.;irii ti 4 I'i I;u \lnI iNi.t
to l'ik. ~- 'eak lt .Iolhin Eitiir t A. lit
at th. Klhectrir Th,-atr,.
R McClellan left yesterday for
%lachua. lie was called to enihalm the
remains of the father of Rev. Fostfr
at that place and will l|preiare the
thodl for shipment to his Northern
The services at Holy Trinity church
today will consist of Litany and Peni-
tential office at 9 a m. and evening
liravyer. with a brief address, at 7:30
p. In. Confirmation class ill Ib- held
at 4 p. mn
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjoining square. formerly occupied
by W. L. LeGrande; city water. elec
trac lights, sewerage. bath, and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs
H. II. McCreary or Sun office.
S8aunders & Earle's piano contest
is running high. several cross-tie and
turlwintine men having thrown their
feed bill that way for certain con-
testantst. Work hard and get the pi-
ano-iot's gl Angeline. dear. please go down to
John Firniture Seagle's and buy me
one of those big .-|Mpound cotton mat-
trestses. They onal cost $4.x.. P. 8.:
Angeline. you will have to pay cash
for it. for that is about what the. cost.
The- pay car of the A .C L. arrived
yesterday and made' the large niiuniber
'if .ailolye-'.s of th-' company y in
<;til,-e vill miionir. tiat re'achs the channels of
i.4,. i< r. .... .:.' ,t tin9g. i e' proudd

Accorrding to medical authoritlles
and proven by .statl.stics. lwrso.li us-
ing lRye Iread are not subject to ap-
penidicitis. We are sole agent for Os-
wald Jaege'r'us Milwaukee Pure R)'
Bread; 15 and 25. cents a loaf. Brown

Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
my case of kidney or bladder trouble
that IA not beyond the reach of medi-
ciue Cures backache and Irregularl-
ties that if neglected might result In
Bright's disease or dlibetes. J. W
McCollumr & Co.
The 'Pastor'si Helping Hlands of the'
Presbyterian church arte requested to
meet at the honie of the pastor. Re'
T P Hay. this afternoon at :: :1I4
o'clock This will bet the last imeting
of the 'church year and all minembers
irl' urKed to attend. as business of imi-
lprtali'e ir to comlite before the lbod).
MIr- .1 H Ford of Virginia wasi
amIilIK th'e %iM llors to the cilt e.ter-
da l. aind plile here a. a guest iof
Mr.- H i .1M e'rear.) Sthe t as lten
lonI aln extended isit to friends ini
mit ialini anid be-ing a former residents
elf litn l s ill' wasic lad of i the o p f o rl
I it Vl n .i aii ie-t a4 iiidnil r of lihe

"1I, I. A .t h.r ai liilt ,-k r at i- i ia S the,
9 ~ .A i I'.uui.ina iiil ?tra w hat. ande
l ,I I 1, l I ,', i i ike t h-no%
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*ach i srtlo. b st so advertia-
meat takes for les taa M seats. li
word make a liae; no tractional lu
every word over each lx eO ttai as
an additloral li a. CASH la advaeme
must accompany all order lso r w-
Utis In tLls column.


WANTED- Messenger. Apply Tele-
graph office


FOR RENT--Five-room cottage. Al'
ply 2W. E Liberty street.

FOR RENT-Two cottages; close In.
Apply at Telegraph office.

FOR RENT-One six room and two
five-roomn cottages in South Gaines-
ville., in front of Coffin Factory; city
water Apply at C(offin Factory

FOR HKNT Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water,
electric lights. bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at thip


r'Ok SAI.E -FiMe-roomi huisem In South
(iGaine'ille: lot 262?x2*i ft.; conves-
tent barn and stables. Apply to
I)ra)ton Avers. IP. 0. ilox 273.


STRAYEI). on March 10th. small bay
nanr.. star In face-. *ore on left hind
foot. branded on left shoulder. Suit-
able reward for information leading
to rcometr. J IR Kmerhon. Gaines-
ille- F a


one wlshing to supply the con-
trartors with sand. crushed rock,
gra l-. brick, or other building ma-
terial. or to make sub-contracts for
'xca;atiion. or any part of the work.
will pih1asw communicate with King
l.unitwr Co. Chbarlottesville. Va..
(Geiral C(ontractors.




OW SALAJ-Two esag -
UMalbemvtl; ta sa Mw
am* latl ag I ta mble to
Cash. Apply at S3m ee.

tOR SAILC- 19It O12lMS
a Weft Male L Lth e
dary lt. i o SO J --

en s.IApply aM tea 4M

WAINtll -t aL mHp.

WANTED-Young prlater t
expedreace, who deasres to
learn trade: to Set as gally
heads. distribute and set
csionlly, and do neral
assistant to fo rma .
steady ands .o fgodbaif.
at this oflee.


coach talUea. Wil na tis
at Crawtord & Dravis' *fbl
reduced-$t Mervie fe. s l
vanc". 1

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N.IE nmnl L 3

- -*mICa s K N Uw a

iloss M.

mltukg, BWki

Am mm

0I ratUbutU

I First National Ba

Established Over Twenty Yel
C;itpIitl, $ WlHM 9 .( M! .urlli-, $,',,(NM).00


....We Solicit Your Busines.

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'I w hd **l-\ il. kii-l,--t rfegar, andi t. t wish-
,f t.-ii ,', tlli',- r anil ,|irector of tie' flank,
.iol wI ill alw; .' ftli a .orlial welclonme in|
,iIr ,.tilking roomii,.

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