Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01610
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 19, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01610
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
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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qm tiA A Every bdtry the rni

6 arM TM*r hectee Maer s.

iiNiM6, M It.-Tbe Na. their partleslr liae. but their work
-pAIi ll i wI a caty of lob. Is above board. aud they are of value
a W b he i n WMprobabilty for to the CoamSgresman who really known
l b. eMla. lMbbers amd Wothiag about paper shot gun shells.
Md a k rgir W pressic aedd or pear bottoms.
S ** be.tal, aid are msM The aaloos and brewery Interests
dews ib Congress la nmistala what might be termed a
"I" lobby. It spend considerable
bhei I A of the M e*s moesy giving banquets to Congress-
1agg glty hae very Uttle ol mes. as do others of the bigr interests.
i thi ablkty S Congreus to The most dangerous lobbies of all
revise the trt lsbedUlet sie the Inavisible ones. They co-oper-
mi to I tO r pwtiMlar be- ate directly wita some member of
w be I sd Malter to better Cogres who Is under political obl-
i they anr rh here o gtlonms to them. Deals may have been
gp-glaN made before election, In which the
AIiI j b TTWO awre ttlebig manufacturer having a monopoly
M big bkb l ad l Invisble on some commodity had an under-
te u ey lobby ft whieh m usstading that his Interests would be
be al ho i l toe tianomers' looked after when It came to the re-
visng of the tariff.
i the tarnt medI Io oe- e The letters written to Senator For-
M e M a lObbyI Is law1rous aker by the Standard Oil Company.
si m e f dt people. As ag as watch were published lust before the
g to be my ltobbes at all, It last election teed to explain how the
that I ey are @A to be here. Interests of the trusts are looked aft
wn h eb am other ad per- ter. particularly in the Senate. Thete
n I hmM tanm e one lobby will communications. accompanied lby
aIt 'er fro m "gettiUg away checks for large amounts of nioniey
Si g 4eads." asked that certain measures tI loo k-
V wre. ef cofe .e, omie "bad" ed after Senator Poraker "had an
Their nthl lMethods are explanation ready, and after makiiig
dearest than those of it was retired to private life Wheth-
IbIeu ii who comes to er he absolved himnislf of wrongdoing.
fto mae a frank argou the letters served to show how it is
ofl I t why a rate as a eertait possible for "Invisible" lobbies to get
sabld be raised or low. in their work.
TI 'he \isaoni hill entered the Se'a-
V A little lobby is perhaps a cou- trial hopper a tariff reduction mn.--
et MBAt altirers of sole artibe lure satisfactory to the people md;
ar bM for lastance paper came' out practically re-.r.-4l iii
shot guI shells. pearl buttons or prn- I character and as the lbig intere st. ti
el acid. They coome to Washington I .ired. The "invisie"' lot to talk the matter over with their 4.d these results. but ho ilhi.' *"
4 gmeneeaa and endeavor to show curled them the public h;as no l .i iof
Ib why they are right in their learning. .ixeept through a'cid-iit
&LMaid. They stop'at a first-class ho- When the Senate g-ets the' Iall'
tel, eurry a pocket full of good el- hill scores of chaniee% will 1no doulit
and dartag their stay visit the be made in it. The expectation ip.
gin.lmloaal library. Smithsonlan that the tendency in the upper liiti'-
Al et, and take in the sights gen- will he to revise schedulei uplard
*"r 4f-b. They are looking out for it etead of downs ard

Mrs. Leaude's Opeoing.
Te mMUlmery opening of Mrs. 8 W
Or-di has been io full force for
the pt two days. and the crowds
that have throed the store show
t' alt t has b seen a mcees In every
way. Her haowaig conasated of many
o Ithe latest lIported and American
IpWtt hats and the buying public
appreciate her styles.

Elected Grand Outer Guard.
Col. Robert E. las iW was elected
grand outer guard at the State conven-
tlon of the Knights of l'ythias while
in session at Miami This iW a comnill
meant that was justly bestowed

The awake person reads the want
ads. every day--ad answers some al
most as often.

Jr.Jones, Hisora

of1~* Confederacy, Dead

T r a sand gvjl** -e. s..&Iie i.m i .I a.I '' i I t,

.,sisei 1, iliultli ti e -eas1. 1 I.1 1 1

. a tlfisai ls uof IIll.c 'ni'1i eeeI5 14 cite It
sv.aterdit) mtftoemtrpi eeat it e 4leche.k ltic,
huaw ii*et Isle. ees. legI"M1A-tue, hie,.
The bIxl' waill b. I ioS e-% icit) e~
Bu aiit n %& IIIt- 114 u11'..i lit, il li IciI .lit
will take'1lil4-'.' bI1atsitlla .af.0111-1141'ss
ftruim ('slwgry ilal-e1t 4-11,1tc1i1,I.1, 111,1i
city Thte ianet"Ilal.s a' 5.5c' We' Ill
deathb W" IWeitiIC' II;A

OLthe' 1'Ivelaily uf %'e irtitida l.d
Smoibhnau iaptistIils. ueloolc lg 11 t hI

~nsowzy ItslI1%44) lit- clilleeled Ill 1t1t:

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Miss Elis Leads by 28.850-Candi.
dates Seem to Se Gathering
Strength for Home Stretch.

Follow ing i the vote in the piano

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Ikrlan Ellis. city ...... I .: !,.
ltessie Dupree, city. .-l.-:*.rt;<
Catherine Halle. city ..1 .,lG.l:.

Florrie Strickland .....
M. Daughtrey. city....
Mary McCormick. city .
Alma Fennell., city......
Nannie DIckinson. city..
Mabel Sanchez. city....
Julia Carter, city......
A. Groff. Newberry.....
Jessle Evans. city......
Estelle Heal, city .......
A. Strickland. Waldo...
Emma Hudson. city....
Annie Hevllle..........
1. Ware. High Springs.
Elvena Staf. Waldo...
Goldle Lambert, city
Lizzle Sheppard. Bell ..
K. Carlton. Micanopy...
M. Pernandez. city.....
A. W Sargent .........

Miss Mary Thigpin. city ......
Miss L Sanders. Hawthorn ..
Ilien Itlubh Albrilht

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4. 1311


Entire Family of Train Dispatcher of Road mg

In the Waiting Room of Station.

MONTREAL,. Manch I .-Four lwr-
msos are dead and thirty more are
miore or less seriously injured as the
result of the blowing out of a wash
pilpe on the locomotive hauling the
Itoston expilels of the Canadian Pa
cific railwa. yesterday morning. three
miles out from the city. Scalding
steam filled the cab and the engineer
and fireman were forced to jumpnl.
The train, without a guiding hand
at the thc'ottle. dashed into the Wind-
sor street station, through the granite.
wall. Into the women's waiting romwn
and tIen into the rotunda. where the'
locomotive. after demolishing one'
lmiu;ile pillar, was brought to a
standstill by another.
The four persons killed were' sit-
ting in ihe wonie'n's waiting romin.
l arlet Mr- .1 \\ Nixon. .Montreal;
her 1.: \a :e r i .old i son anid e-y ear-old
dliughte r .;,iii Kl- lV illers. 1I? year.,
old. of Muitreal
A score of men were' knocked down
wtheii tlie t' in crashed through into

Ali i \,e i('ift!,' i tof t ,- a' il-t' cf 'I!e

S. ,' ee i# ill it \ ,* ,''.il Mi1n .imi ..r i ,e '
lol' ill ( l'-e- d :that i e' hre.;tk ,ini t 1
lETe FURLONG IN ;.ell,e :-a. wia n th,' fir,-- :ti'. -III
I'ir, Ist ('r i to [ii-d ~ ei.e i e l


~i. A I .1 M L.. h L l 4 I ~* ..tl,, ili-. Talks to Pcaia Star Man About
I,:"'- | In I '..- I I. .... -- Gainesville's Fire Station.
hand of hol -ile Moro- ;ialt; keld L .ii it llllcon it nt.l ililg on ll ;.iili ill*-,.
Furlong's detachmeniet of ionstabularhi "*irle e' rtnnt ad thle ntew building
at liordong oil March ,,. and after .r :s '1ha 1 i w aioii ihe future I-te-i
sharp tight eight Mloro- ;tid two mo-rni :in l t :e-. le h u l i a .ir a la- the. oll

Imers of the coni.-t:hlul:ir we're, left
dead on the field. whiie two soldierI -
and one civilian were' ouIelmiledi
A c('upan) of the T'\ nt'i Ifh -In-
f:ittlir and a de.tachei-tiiit of ceuts
haie ginlt to thle .aidi et i'urlohi .
force The diay alftr the. fighl a conl-
'-tat.ulari soldier de-.i--iteti :iftr ste.il-
Ilig fie. riflite ibeoliKilig tee Inll' mbe'r.
of ihe detachnitws


Given by Pupils of Mrs. R. A. Becker
Wednesday Evening.
The' pupils oif Mrs- A lhecke-r
gae, a delightful miisic.t'ile at her res.i
deiice' on North IGardeni street on
\\el'dn'.da. Almult Iort were' pre's
eit aiild after the u lone'rt de'lightfiil re
frrlihn-i,wlt' wocre, .s-.rtd
AIIoIgK s i ains we c.i4111101i dl.-'rlliti-
i l Ill. irk .l I A II .ia i ,I -.|Ie i #. e 1l e % i i|# ,i4 i
o'.ll fill t hil, t I M l- I 4R k- I 10 .
.I I'!, eol I rt'' i- iii .'s l ilt l%,t r

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il.- 'C ,w 5
I Mo\ia r.--. olne' atl l;ii ll,' i ll.
Ilui.s-l fflicentt fire fighter--. w ho ipetllt
>onel. da% .. in Ocala la lt week. gie,.
i t!hr- fi lo)l ilng illnt( r,--tiini iniiorlr i.
r ,,i .il-Dll li lei.; ri'i. ;t of (h'
I hiit, r-II: C'11.
Mtr Mloxtr hia- hlbiee ;ia>,,:itsit i l>\ I
tl f iel tire 4 hi. f .%r i K I: lisiso ti

landed in a snow drift practkicaly
injure.d. HeI ranl down the traft aj
ter the train Half a mile from who
het junilped C'rail found the pllIW
l. ingl ulnc'nsciou *s 1ii the' rails .
skull had been fraeture.d h'by t
eitiusneer failed to luring his tral S
a standstill before he. Jumped
iineve'r be- known. for 'Cunnlinal ithe
enginiee'r. has not ret'ainid o ilCmM
ness ansid it not e*xe.cte'd to live. Tbl
train crtew had no idea utiere wasaW .
thing wrong until the train was au
InIg tIheStation 1 he conductor. so
illg the e'ce'.sie s l|ed at this pD-
appli'd the airbrakes. They wenm it
st Ig eno'tiigh to hold the trsJalI w
the locoimotite p itllling against them
huti tih i did che-ik the pe1-d sg
Th*e husi-aiid of Mr- W J. VNi
i- :i traiii li-i.;ilacler of the Cafila
I';Pieitic at .%edicintie lit Alberta. Me
i;;.l -.'eareid le:i\. of -'thi.'ence to CMi
t' M-oitr-.:e l toi ge.t hi- f.turilv d
t % er.- :ill ;it th *- -fation to Nt
i 1 ;Iif''"r x\ it. lnft.-' ;reiraties.
"'i .i' taiii arrsi. ;I : hi eher ti s
.iftl.r t i' 1, l iit The nianglg l
t'. is. if hi- i'. ;si'! ( hiilr*'n ,we
1 'iia 0 ilt lh.- pial rforrmi ili< 1 he' step
I I fi,,hii th traiii

1:.",e- Itee -I #lc.e i iffTe'i' at Iw
If eei. Ie ,e IIIe- e ty t w on

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f' it;el5~I I 'A fe's 14 h'i 51
tg~ei ls ec I-,te !;'. ? leowi

te #o 'ra a tl%% .s\-to heeII'.ii by

1e ec -1140 th IIi' 5Ii i pal.011.ti 1"1110
4me Weiwki% lelsi th. 1lan. zd wM
0 % .- 111e, tire ti -'1, -1. 1,, e reof
fi l t 11 1e l iLi ihi) 1:' 'C) .4 it -

Foundation of Concrete.

-twitpi aecis erv'naisi :isld hs.. (1111 e'ths g I T1ill, mig ol'-to faeiemdits!ioe for tiM
.1te t-e-v-ae'g litv a e *la rms ~ tls iew -t.1tltgoe-jt I 1.1 a )h at'r is 10
which lht-thueorceughlsh % e itasi ntHtg pu'sit cw to t *,4'wci it etirM.14
lThe, tiello l I.,'f a ttlt t itlgthe. (h'jarl Ia A, s-Cits .a- ilili, .srt eftoe' t wed9
1110e111 UpC ill Kx~mlsia shsic lie l'sh Is ti iplt o-.et ilthe lerongkI.ic.er?.ill 111
fordf-er'd 11i.olgegfo.*..o lit-t, j .,--. -*) l- mto g* Lomi: t,: isa,~teer the 00
paiar~. of rubber INmitp.. Igt w e'1t rubbe)#r euisll -te era 4)14 it j.irr'of ith..1uSM
4Otiat tw.101, I % -s m'i-Ui-ee'lsd-r'. o( ,' %will 1t.1 e teeII lt.ee ll, IgIj I i bllI lit' rm
154g.-o Itilliscie#r .e c5 tstvlr.'e-'ses anti ll.a il. it 1 h, Ilt te' tifd
mve*'t ii 'eustsehrt- .All t he's'e -iiegl %io' rk is live'ing j'Iao ,e i
.srrt eelof tA '. ii i a4:1 I A!, I s''r -
orile'r ha. 1..*teeIw ilt leeter- twi tio. (etilatI A little iAnt ad %Ili l At ccomi
bic the'du- ht ft cr ibire-t' iise.wfirs, alIaermitsbig re i.

Democrats Decline to

Serve on Commnitte


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ba. age~t ms. sweet

asmbbe t make T-wo Old
t the Bird Theatre last
1mt fti theoadieMe.
Sas kbotter tthu the mual
4cf amedles. a. an d rpr
t Iby a e vwe and eapable
W as puaty enjoyed.
S o I. WM as *Prtf. Krettsmelr
ia.d mI h lamnter. while Harry
bi. NaI BaSrmbart. Dkik Thom-
~ at sor members of the caeu
m l la ngod to their respetive
.MhB u of Mim Knae Wi;.
==Daevin w" a mnoet-
IMbi iDavis wa s p.a dly
d her mdw"etS d 'AaO.

wm s apnd a ay beard
dMe w a whbe lsb good.
a ged pamae.
fi11 .s "A Trip ft A .
WWet is.sa t please

pIm S.- s and G toen.


vowPohma Team.
sumi d auba lf of the
to a meof ta afteruom
a As ni pWat w Oh w the w ys
Of* 1 ls wUI M tk boat
!k ltaI Wnshm ofr 0 lwerslty.
O 1AAlWOrI N -n doditleo
m d 4uef m at YwSery. They
w e bmes to m hard prac-
0 we a very"p ida ltap Same is
pglat. Thle la*p wMll be as fol-
0 9ebel-C. Evansi f; T. Dean,.
W 4. MNesI e; Chemnut. 3b: 0.
ipa oe;: U. Carter Ib; D. How-
I S. 0edwla. e; J. 5waasMa, Zb.
ui ndt--O. Taylor. If; C. Sia p-
ji ef; A. Barber. e; C. Bamberg. 2b;
L akl, e; L' Riley. Ib; 3. Taylor.
I. Moeedy. ; W. Shlands. b.
IW yb."" shouMl tarm out and ea-
wpi th boys. The price t ad-
oan ts 15 eUts.t

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IEectroc Theatre.
The standing of the I:l~- tr; Th ..
Ire for oreo-senlhilr iitl'o Itiiltt .ir<- th I
le.'t to ho ole .i,- iq1n I I..# %,'."], I
already etatNlshed In (;avi.ess il.. It
is also well kno st I! ,It i111 ,; r, ,
the leat objectionable' rr< c(itn nt ,d
tOat the exhibitions iven are niadu'
aup of pictures that If not amusing in
character, are educational or conve.v-
Ina a moral that sinks deelwr Into the
human mind than the mere reading of
a book would d,
It Is this casm of entertainment that
has made the theatre so popular
aIonM all classes and tae same metb-
ods will be continued as long as the
present management controls the exhl-
Tom*ght will be mo exception to the
rule. and the motion aims selected
will be of a character to please every-
1Musme P-etival seas.
Seat eoutracts for the Jacksonville
Spria MUsteal PestIval, April It and
S0. may be signed at the store of
Miller & Vhdal.

Red the vWat ads. ts tdta y't a Sa

Let a wast ad. aNOaus a tradt
ftr yo ~o tlmagm you dom't n ee 3
ta s*moddlg yu do.

f".tI ii te I :.iial ('olit-4 I % \ Iijt ~tL l O t. TheI*4:'I it rvT o ll ;-hi~ t

Realty Transfers.
irollowing is. a lip.dof d(I4e'Io.. It fill-..
record MiUtweTueasd~a) :and iijcliudmg..

to Robt. T. ile.m-ltono. if NJ .-, "I I to
Amielia Siunioua,11.. %IIL.. Thogia...1too.1
W. Jogica. J 1i MNartlin to W Mi
Ye~alesw. Nirb S.A ioxorthl o (1,"'
Dbaveis,.Janke* C roxton to I iA s lJ .ack
o.011 Wan ("bildt. to 1.411IA S4olt. C F.
(omodmau to I 8. Ashley%

Race suicide
Ias not nearly the Mnicace to iticreapwe
in Population that deaths. 1tlio in ~
ants are. Eight oiut oSf to'ii oft tliio'-o
(ti-nth are dire-ctly or iundiret.tly 4cAuc..d
bY boweciltru~blep. Nit ;I-* I, Iq0.%
iKliiir curt-ai diarrliowa. d *-,iotat
*ou riatomiach ii ad all itif att adm11:it
ofa thil,, IiAtur'. ji.-t that 11111.g fill
teett ha 1ag W Wb I I '1,11 o. 1 _' I al l og"#4 1
1u0tIle Sold to.)'W'M 'e Ni .lohi..t

Baxter Could Etit it

f i Fig''t Sl F1, 11 I ,,

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lb btt% lla -w1h41 1,,11 1 gF .11111i

disd M eia i Lot io lriialu ta 1 f, at tir i
dud Li tth- %%As t alairt-ly %% Htieflr~.0
g1)1t- ikul i4 tse 11.4 Itiaa 1k i l% ot.
C1Uiluw & CU

*rliir~di %ith 16.1on~ ol, bj ccfl E'.Iih-It
f or thu Florida Kar. .d~t C tiai- t IIi'l tiii
Thv t'arocie, it. bioig im 11 laded at the
*r., Ivor dI-k iandiwill Iw tor4Ad iii


Health is Worth Saving, and Some
Gainesville People Know How
to save It.

It Silicon Wcre a G,.is

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Livery, Feed and Si

Harness. Wago.I S.uSO

Davis Olier

NOON= of

Pig Sty or

Cotton Field? 7

Since Biblical : cs, the hog has had the reputation of being a very au.
cleanly animal. 11tow then can hog fat, from which lard is made, be clean and
wholesome, and nma.! '".elthful, digestible food? I/ si nm/v cannot, and does tot
Now let us con:is -r the ingredients of Co/wllol-n-Just pure, refined cotton
seed oil, and the ch ...t of beef suet. Do they not appeal to you as preferable
to the fat of the swim- '
Cotto/lee is an absolutely pure product, and will make palatable, digestible
wholesome food. Co/lo/cne is the best frying and shortening medium made
today. If the best is none too good for you, ask your grocer for Cottolee, and
do not let any prejudice stand in the way. The only way to
know Cottol/ee is to test it yourself.





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S ibtin and Chart Work
i'.gh t Was Largely At.
, t sand IIntesreting.
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Sl~ir~lorl,'s or consupli u title
t at w as in s .si ai .t.i r
Ie Ht conslderablle att-'ntlio
W meral public. -1 rgi (rwds
0e lectures givi. at the
I a fthe large talwrniaclr was
to hear this InilortaItnt nmat-
Slecture was git'n- at ihe'
g*W11 sl auditorium for the. bIl-flit
,dj *and its scholars,. but
Niou were prese'lit to hear tbh
which was very convincing
II instructive. From the
aWbel Dr. Routzahan visited the.
sbo where a like crowd
I~-dM him. and judging from
owM etterest given him his
was well received and the race'
Ib his lecture.
at 4 o'clock he ad-
citizens generally at the
the same line of argument
umwl mg. statistics being used
1 w m1 employed at the schools.
9Sveat lS he not only gave his
d bam it was demonstrated with
OlMAM which consisted of charts.
a =-s of tents and cottages.
oe "baullings. photographs show-
"*rBB leading to consumption,
O-s of living in the open
@ d a general stereopticon ex-
i dOwlag the manner in which
1Mbt with the disease.


WIm to Be Held at Home at 7
O'elsek This Morning.
A as illaes of several days
6 i-e sad relieved the sufferings
d P Florence Wainwright at the
biol eq Thursday morning at 4
*bi to the great surprise of many
i Iugft that she would be able
SNai the great strain of the opera.
fn Ud"k was performed.
NaK Waiewright was born in
l 4s musty, Georgia. on December
IL US, but was practically raised
l I lite, coming here when she
I tlSa young girl. For the past
Stl years she had been a resident
I ~sletie,. and was universally
lI amg the citizens, being up to
M M e Of er death a hard and con-
ht worker in the cause of Christ

whlm tilt a young girl her mother
OK.i vig five children, all of whom
S Isd and tenderly cared for. In
h6l0 '1 r life she taught school for
SlOlN r of years. but was united
1 -slock to Mr J E. Wainwright
*lUImber 24. 1,k2. and to the'
W BIoeI one child was born Mi .ls
IkWho is now teaching music inl
616 Usiversity at Del.and.
was the daughter of Mr Chas
SJi.s, who sur'l hes lher. liti ng at
"I VU-Fla.. one sister living in llos.
W I"ad leaves besides the.-
I di1er and two half brothers who
l a Pierson.
li bd been a member of the'
-t Chatreb for the past t..Ilty
e"ar anad was an a(tit. worker
"i W @W since bher residence' Sh, .
a Ot Presideult of Kirlby Sslilh
D. (' al,.o pre. ident iof
l Iai- Aid so
i he'im se"i res si ll bk, ;, ih.
tis U"ornln.g at 7 ,,- lo'k It
YIL Ib e. her pastor, lsr.eachling the.
1816 The lith..rne ,t %I ll e,, Ii
S" lly buryin graout ma St.ark,.
4" ro lrmain, aill o.t.. ,il,,,,,,. f ,11,1
Ib the arlmi I e ...I ....1 ,I

S l, -bearer .,** t I I, n, I .
ia d ar,. r, ,a.,, ,, ., i .,.
Iak11' l MIr k I,.ol, 1 : 'I 1,

JII (. \1 ICI I ,
b 1. l ,,
4 la d hv' ,
ta al ,

w>^ "t, o'
hs /) The ,

f4 L l -C a I

L^ttbel *

This represents a fair ration for
a man for one year.
But some people cat and eat and
yet grow thinner. This means a
defective digestion and unsuitable
food. A one-dollar bottle of

Scoff's Emulsion

equals in nourishing properties
ten pounds of meat. Your
physician can teU you how it
does it.
Send stb adverhPement. torther wftMlme o4
parte nii which $ Wwam. y"ur a.UJqeqa and los
cents to cover peter. anad we "il sad yowV a
"*Vmptk lady Alla o athe 'u-id" u a
SrOTT& ABOWNE. 409 Purl Street New YM

ter The Sun joins the community in
extending sympathy.

Kirby Smith Chapter, Attention.
The members of Kirby Smith Chapl-
te'r, ). C are requested to attend
the funeral services of the late Mrs.
J. E. Wainwright at the home on W1est
Liberty street this morning at 7
o'clock. It is ea'sleiially urged that all
attend, as the deceased was an enthu-
siastic member and ex-president of
the chapter.
MRS. IH. If. McCREARY. Pres.

To the Voters of the City of Galane-
Sam a candidate for City Marshal.
for re-election on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and efi-
ciently, night and day. and my record
Is open for Inspection.
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
sen who is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order.

I take this method of informing the
public 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 affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and Impartially discharge
the duties of the office should I be
eolcted. Respectfully.

I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of City Mar-
s1l. to be voted for at the election
as April 13, 1909. If elected I will
faithfully discharge the duties of the
,fflce without fear or favor. I re-
spectfully solicit the votes of all. Ir
respective of party a ffliaton.

To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year 19,0.9 Hlaing been Tax As-
bessor for four )ears. I am fully pre-
pared to fill the office', as my record
will how. the city asezsniett hav-
ing bt.n increased in that time from
a little o'e r $6ti.Oio to oter $1.oou.O4H)
I was prert\ented from running for this
office last )ear on account of s ckni-es,
and inu r.tlpec-tfully solicit )our
.l.te, W .M IIIADFORI)D.

To tlhe Vutetr of GaIne-ville:
I he.retb announce that I am a ('can
dldate. for re-'-l'ct- a4l to o the' offic- f
('ity Tax As.-'..s r f,,r the )ear I' :,,'
III thll- e t aI i to i tl. he'ld on April tihl
1 .th aid 1eio't e-;tari -tl r,.pe,-t (oll
all to Kgl tile' your Otlte au nd ujlIo)rt
for tIet- p .-1til ,iil
Thanking %,au for %ouir i.a-t *,oi ir-< t
Su.t. I rui.iin tm Your % r) trtl>.


111- t111 1 1CtIt Ilk (', ,

I i" it 1I. i ii g ft ra'- '
I, l.. 1 .. ,


AJcpted ty Frternal Order of Eagles
on the Death of W. T. Gi'i.
SI i .t. 1 l I. r t La .
I t o i \X. r t i i, i ,i 1 ,1 ir
r i; :, t o i r -* ;it A .1 i1t.1ll
I*in ;ltoI ; t l *- i1 i t 'hin 1 ,1m i: n midr
'. iI, '- .i i f l.i l r. i l .1 I th lit
'I', ; i, it l i,' f i t < it i "" 4
1* i 111, l l f. i lh l \* r* i It < | lll

ha%#, ilmt onl r n,,t sl ih a dlr-, lossn .
Nlnt a emirsonal lTreai ia ii Aith a mind of a<'qu|iisitl forc-x.. di-
r,*( our lait brotherr was rapidly adllic(ing
to the- front itn his calling ith the-
l.arge. int,-r sts. he re.i'resinted Itutl
the suni-urst of promise sat- darken-
e'd. thein ecliIpsItd by the slm-no mling
shadow of ID.ath HIe was stricken
down In the. lrinie of nanhtood and
the. flush of its success. but solaced
by the tender mislltrations of those
allied to him by tender ties. united
with the sympathetic care of tried
frai-nds and supported by a sublime
courage, and a subllmer faith. he bore
his suffering with the fortitude of
true manhood.
To the young and faithful wife who
was ever at his bedside, the sick and
afflicted mother in a distant home
unable to attend the ceremonies. and
the remaining members of the fam-
ily. we commend them to the great
words of Lytton:
"There is no death, the stars go down
To shine upon some fairer shore.
And bright In Heaven's jeweled crown
They shine forevermore.
"And ever near us. though unseen.
The dear ifhmortal spirits tread
For all the boundless universe
Is life- there is no dead."

In memory of his manly worth, and
qualities of heart and life. be it
Resolved. That in the death of
William T. Gill. after a short Illness
of three weeks, and before reaching
the meredian of life which gave high
promise, we sorrow for the loss of
one of our members whom we ad-
mired for his many traits and per-
sonal virtues, all of which won for
him high appreciation of our noble
Resolved. That deeply and sincerely
feeling the personal loss we have sus-
tained. we tender this expression of
sorrow at the early death of our de-
parted brother as a token of sympathy
to the bereaved members of his fam-
Resolved. Further. That on a page
of the minutes of the Fraternal Order
of Eagles be spread these resolutions.
that the city press be requested to
publish the same, and a copy be
furnished the members of the family.
Gainesville. Fla.. March 16. 1909.

Of good health should prevent sick-
ness instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure it. So long
as you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach In a healthy and active con-
dition you won't get sick. Ilallard's
Herbine relieves constipation. Inactive
liver and all stomach and bowel trou-
bles. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

Just For a Change.
"What I want." sahl the theatrical
manager. "In a getaliine novelty."
"llhitnellilg reallstl.?" anked the
pla.y wrlrht.I
*VYes. but I don't want any real
IeIgilllsts itr nr'jl an:ia :il a l stutrs or real
live stlM-k or r -al hImttles In It."
The rllywrlitht looked wearily
thoughtful and. after a pause. In
*I l.w w.eild It dIo to spring snone
tiltlig on ttw* pilolIe- with real actors
In it "'"- I.,nld n lit Bits.

OA70 OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itcblug. Blind.
lfleedilng or Protruding Piles In 6 to
14 days or money funded. 50o

S-,ii' art I* tI, at i ts simply "In the-
. i at N w,fi h ru-v Iilht, If adler
ft I I,."- ,,|Iil ti '. if?,or '-a if 1 Im I allx
t .m I mi klit.. f, r *a i
S .! S 0 I 1 1 I r

jij its I l11I'1t
-- -

4' J4Pl
. ~ ~, I i, i,nt dr^A fg?
I ....H1 .
-i,, t up


The Long Distanc


e System

One of the mot valuable features operating In vorios seetIlo f s

of our service. to our ebecribers and'
to the public generally, is our connec-
tion with the extensive long dietanme
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the ether as-
soclated Bell Telephone eempanies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States In
which we operate and in addition ean
connect any telephone In our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone system le
Thee long distance lines are of the
mt modern and Improwved onstrue.
tion and are maintained at a high
Oalte o cf eff-oy. The I Melsme

country, are uniform In thetr eN
ment and in their methods of sepe
Only by reaon of this *oes trs M
arrangement between the ll Te.
phone oempanlee s it pIselb to o W>
a Bell Telephome aimetany
ask for "LeOn Ditfame" iPd be put |
eommunleation with almost any pFOai
In the oountry.
This vNat network e" wIes,
l0g thremghout the setl No 1 m~
dslly I. I mmeree and fr1' oielgl pI
pea" by the beak*er, the arM&er a
smag.. is all webof Ot and aS
pla-t here Is an impmrtaIt flak 0I
*BraBB^*te -a

Southern Bel T




El.m" ft -111-m

b~we ho k

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It pays the farmer to plant only the bes. It's
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
of uk hi do b IhOf. d hl ia U .
We are now booking omrde for P ad other ssuboseh. We
will bes lad to med yom pri m-aem q -

W. N. 5M SEES WAT tblimL.LC.


W. V. M&NIV .



Siere. Life and Accident .x, .

SYou Can Be Camed Aw

Ily your
to forget

lIushiness or social duties to such an extent as
.vyour obligatioiin to our family in the matter
of IiistiruntC unless we
i-lity take the liberty of


fori-get to lhave' your ihmiii

iI I kI I"(', d.

Alalitsv' Iunpro-

les'~I I~ IA- 1I~itt' u

I I t .

I 11-ll1t-. iII

Deltoate danmpu

A. M. CUSHMAN, Al~ ..Ie, Florid



jrj14 11,1

rcriii~l ii y ou.



tmhae b t tave a new tour.

S l-e m ansow leainag the Ever
-bde" eta b erwlads.
V wimtn growers estimate the
'" v otabe crop at RIOEOO

Ow n- Or frmmdlwa* ne-
f -Ngt tblNlMtg are early ready
We emetctor.
^"e w twmresa e anat work In Co.
ea8 m=3f to am fort to have a
* ft ow y" eletido aefled.
AsM aert of Ms M has been or-
b oom is tmfod with

Staim8 t Au.iM tta em March

e r ds Iverr W.U.mm l be
t h la k the 15th of
TW alWers wM1 be employed
saw"m= esmostafaned.
h Samem News perpeys to
o a Wom's UU mt the
Sba is asm di m
10 to eiemmangyd o the bb
Am of Stetek
.a .TNkrMl J. F. Wlasrue.
o m' 5 d 'aththe- w-er of

W a dssm a lw olm Is seal
W bm@d OWL

nho Uabmme em~er Oi Company
of Mi rsmelved Its charter and
b -e Mt rmlmd hr forbusnes
8 a dit woeemmet
~ ~st ofts betaory ml oma-
P throughout that sc
pgta large wpggragof
b da-h yeaw.

Uain shaf. the ua a t beoy
j e 6 b h"om withn kpa
rS a mbWr t years died Therefday

V gA kM aw Yay Ib street ay
heS aal aD ot Mw contests
m arho e d~re s at hr ared

T A a irtl uao O hmeCUti. F-

W t Maphis Sert ar tenrLer and
*am e y ears a on I us. takes
n a, had Maek of brosohbis. I

n am dM with ad a rachi Ist coagh

m ael gthewus espdlly bed at
I eL I wakeure knd used moserpi
redlJs, but received no permanent
rWeo matl I used Hyoel. This
Ntedy I rta O lly infallible, and
Smy life. and I accord it the
atdit which It deserves. There Is
nothm too strong for me to my re
ad ting Hyoel."-Mrs. Ada Hopkins.
8 Ctter avenue. Coldwater, Mich.
Awust 22. 19m.
J. W. McColhumn Co sell Hyomel
S (pnounced Hiho-me) and they
garmatee It to cure bronchitis. ca
Star, asthmu croup. hay feer.
sahs aad oolds, or money b Ak
The prie for a compliti. outfit
aly $1.0e. which lacludea, a bottle ,of
S Hyomel and a n at hard rubber it,

Y Ia O LMA dk L COi~ adac .


Old People

It Strgthena &and vitowss
Vinel to m up the dipstie oran
akis ammUilation, enriches the blood.
and rejuvenates every organ in the
body. In this natural manner Viaol
replaces weakness with strength.
We am peltave it wil beseds
wbe^ Ui n alft*ta
wo w ivraf i t" cmr my.

t eeeont Pay to eat Hahty With
the Stewards.
-Nevew. ob, never. speak hiar words
of rembke to a steward e an ocean
liner." doeared a congreaman of New
Oawe summer I journeyed over to
the other Mde. The AMt day out, at
amaltlime, fonud that I had to em-
lbmce the table leg to get near eobgh
to operate with my knife and fork.
For my unpleasant seat I called the
steward to account. Most habJ waO
my criftelm Them I told him I would
have my mas inre d thereafter to the
upper cabia.
"The meat morana the cable stew-
aid told m of a betterroom a&d that
I asald get It IMMdistely. It was
mere costly and elaborately furashed
than the em I occupied with my trav-
*Mag compaulom. Them. too, It was
en the mate deck. I looked ow the
new room and decided to change. I
ad ipy luggage. with that of my
fMened. moved below. Whea my friend
found the new quarters he gasped with
horror. 'Man alve" hbe ad. 'this Is
the worst hole on the ship. Too and
I are In for a gemt big seasick.' We
got every far of the ship and good and
seasick too.
"The day I laded the dining room
steOwad met me om the deck. Much
oIlged fer chasingg' he mid. oIt was
at my MequestMmhaM 4me eM steward
got you to more. The entleman ahead
of you In that cabin and who wanted
to move gave me a75 to Ax the deal. I
thank you for what is a most ibrious
tlp."-WaahlMrto Post.

Simple Remedty fr Lagrippe.
LaMrippe coughs are dangerous, as
they freently develop Into pneumon-
ias. oley's Honey and Tar not only
stop the cough but heal and astrength-
eas the lunas so that no serious re-
suts Sed be feared. The genuine
oley's Hoey and Tar contains no
harmful drugs and is in a yellow pack-
age. Refuse substitutes. J. W. Mc-
Collume Co.
Waalngcon Irving. who wrote the
following lines on the value of trifes.
evidently believed In them as em-
blems of friendship:
"There is something. after all. to
those trifles that friends bestow upon
each other which to an unfailing Indi-
cation of the lace the giver holds Int
the affections. I would believe that
onea o presrved a lock of hair, a
simple flower or any trifle of my ite-
stowing loved me. though no show
was made of It. while all the protesta-
tkon in the world would not win r,'vy
confidence In one who set io value ,,ol
such little things. Trtfle. they may
be. tut It Is by suceh that character
and dispoulllon are oftenest revealed."
Should be studied by evtry part'nt
It your child is nerTouu. fretful..trt.
In it's sleep. is paity faced, lha, rihtni
undIr .it&, )o -. la ) A boi-ii l, uligr .
is ot igMaillilg e'lKght ou ('cait 1 t- .urr
the trioubith. worus \'. i itn (Cr. .ain
Veranlfu se is an abbolu tcurt. f,,r
o'"ito. lb it 1 own juri tiv 4 s1l

I'r -idt i hi I l'tt .T pl.i i t i I i!,
Slll 1 ti t i t 1trtzll 4 t >4llll I (',- 11
Il Il.-. all 1 1 1i 1 t l o 1 ,
in .tl, f.n tr tf yr., t u .tlillh i .: ii

Hicks' CAPUDINE Cures Sick Head
at he
Al.u Neriou ii. l.I, thi Tru l. i
II d. h. l ali.e ,, r,, ( .rl, St.,t.
ali (Trauinit l i. ',,, r. L i
Tudl.'lul S) olI b> druggits.

In Training.

"Arc Y4 ,11 itg too tiiita'le In
lifer ,f h,. cnpltal'" I ',k the
time friend.
"I don't know yet." anlwerper
Cutnr,>. "Ift drtf'tHl on wie'
mother nnd the r, fcan teach In
@at I e e ream. with a fork witi
dropping any "n my- Manday x
bosom."-Wa-milngtton star.

Not Out of Danger.
Wirorles- I hear ljenkq hn, been
TvTr ill. Iq he out of danncer yot?
Waglrl-Well. ho' evntnilps'it. Ilt
he wofi't it- o 'Isl f t l ,i,.'r intil that
pretty. nurue who hine peen tnkilnc < :re
of him has mone away. life.
Left Handed Compliment.
"lYo'ir lnasnr.'" Ohe said. "hare fvil
a rent difference In your appear-
"TDo y u think no?" he naked.
"Tex. You look w) Intelllrnt with
thwm on."-Chbicro KRe.ord-flerald.

It i4 as easy to drnw back a st
thrown with fr"ce from the band
to recall a worn once spokes.-Men

I as


If It Den't W. M. Johnoon Will a
You Your Money Back.


Yes, Parisian Sage, the most invigo-
rating hair restorer. cures dandruff
and grows hair. The women of Amerl-
ca, who have luxuriant hair, know it
does. and that is why thousands of at-
tractive women throughout the land
are regularly usin It.
or years this almost marvelous
grower of lustrous and beautiful hair
was confined to the elite of Europe
and New York City, but about two
years ago It was given to a select list
of druggists, and today can be obtain-
ed In any city or town In America
where society women of refinement
Paristan Sage is the most delightful
hair tonic in the world. It makes the
hair soft. lustrous and luxuriant In a
few days. It is perfumed most daint-
ily and is not sticky or greasy. It
stops falling hair, cures dandruff and
itching scalp In two weeks or money
W. M. Johnson sells it for 50 cents
a large bottle, and guarantees It or
direct, all charges prepaid. by Amerl-
can makers. Giroux 3f1g. Co., Buffalo.
New York.


AS."4 '(ATE M1IFMHFRSIIlPS.w-w b woo..i fo r u'#. ro rt"m
'sta~lke- al'flie t mtoIS I1oi w *w INok!.. lov-4.-~ ~ tio t~Ia o~
rate- tliOwnpi j irlas. F111141" hiss.?at- 0 4* IhhhIS11) 81110148,tlow.
--T. T. DAM ,INE 16Maim St., JadhumiJ-, p


Write 14o1,Primy, Term%, I

3D4 eut say f@.
TeFy~ p ft Vk~bkl W. L. DEN HAM, hpd


it I I I

"That Which Is Worth Havin I

Worth Advertising For"
The old adage that what is worth having is worth 'd4
ing for is still true-true of the more intricate life oft*Ay.
The thinJ you want-whether it is a used piano Or
home, whether it is a ready-made business or a lost pock*d
book-is obtained readily through advertising, and with
difficulty, or not at all, through other means.


Bush & Safford -- The Gainesville SUB








*4 II


Groceries Grain
No Order Too Large











GainesviNe Furniture Co.
Golne.ville. Florida.



G. S. Merchant & Co.
etomlilers ad Jeobbmre I

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Gratl, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
Mlgfte markt prie paid for ChiskM Eggs and l~ PrmeM,
A C mple steO k of ay. Crn. Oats, hme Bra, km. hL oCa
MnMd MK e ml Ry. Wae om ly the Very MS Mwb




W ilth M (',rin. l;iler-K, lI .y. -ra ,. N, ,|.| an r 1,-r. t
M ill.r. to-nor. .irutaf lli lii,_,.t l,.., dQt. );h

< nldu. tl, ly t, ALI : IT

eTr C rr 7


-m 1.t Ha&yman ltlwk.

gU. bplish every morning tes-
.,dby% bArTqre'r in tecity,or
Oiifd the t'sted States, poltae
09-i. esU 43simonth: i usthr h
goblet fre weekk-trictly Is

Sawsi local colain tocent- a tine
W suOtStf lor each additional
bay dVerwtlmsg made known om

Wepnitu ian eight page. forty
PO lo, puobhed every Monday and
-" aptaiM *all the sews of the
-,oe sad general. and will be
POW__ free, to sy partof the waited
t1for S *o year-ia ad vance.
"b beca e due after Ars
gj9awitbsest.us lernot betwisme
egb"ale. P~~ties not ktows to us
d o-lrd Itopy for advertIsis ia ad-

speaking. the country
^ M b never readier for an

AW ag Mr. Roosevelt has given
yt the first really funny ad-
that it has had.

ugu- anrmor plate for the Brit.
easy? ad the glad tidings to
F ieS Saturday Review.

iggugmr 's ucatiei is explained.
b ftp -bply getting to shape to
t mother great railway system.

agb Cochran censures the press
SPo great lealeney to public men .
itS a ever thrust at the muck-

Is i me satisfaction that the
imI t escaped from the Stand-
g 4S lWal Without being fined $29,-

Ut9k O mcratic minority in the
xM have discovered that they have
i the tarrd ead of Uncle Joe's

Sthe lavestive faculty of
b th matter of feminine
bew would fair women ex-

SArkansas threatening to go
Sleks as though New York
M hbe the only oasis in the
m "A m desert.

e Lite of Nevada recently
w W a resolution demanding
e Colaage of silver. Now we
Semter It unanimous.

AL beemvelt will carry a photo-
hMEg with the other things in
* AbriC 0a outfit. Has the man no
. 111t whatever in his heart for wild

7 oal

The Ponce de Leon celebration at
StL Augustine this year promises to
surpass all previous edftertainments
given in the Anciepnt City along this
line. The celebration will begin
March 31 and continue through the
two following days. Every event of
Importance connected with the history
of the city will be presented by
courtiers and soldiers in historical)
correct costumes. There aill be'
hundreds of Indians and Spanish. Eng
lish. French and I unitedd States troops
in the various parades The social

W. ~i'nt. Jrfunctions of the' week will also be of
W. ama. J.succeeds Dr. the ilt ost-t nte'rtatininx character and
cOflecor of the' Iport of' tlie'rv i55 nodoubt eof the'Ancie'nt
VAI18UteS. B.C. 'Mr. urant c~oniv'-% tit) kling ('rei dt'd %%thi t rd *ur-
saOdSouth (Carolina fatiiiljl ing tielf't. r#.. e'
"d PeamasfcI% i t'xlrexs'e'd-
=:7: _T he' lalkauir, art' thi'lt- polttical tol-
Thetise IL amovemuent oti toot ll it-calme' rii rgion otfl'ur4l1,H' and all thit
bs have CarterIliarrism, e'xtradit iiintulra tf'.'Iiiig tidi-quotuta i.'u' hs
P Itl into the' hi o s effie'e' Icr. .1 c- i e edIwc i -.' ill tt II.'tnimr- than
'Si ?the resahoji that jotp4' s ?ihjtlt hat S. r ia tor -;)m, (oil, r
Cha8W has bad a t thecgl tn Iel m~it r% in tIhatI reg Peewould it i djuge'
111 RePlbliCijm rcft or tietrin tbat Ir'.?i. hi Ic.i toi 314 ne''

itractle'- Iirijkt-i ii % r (ho. Blk'tianti tlqe'--
435 a enfoitrceed ill ,*, iech thiaii ..i .er a e.tothor utittiin thoe
81d 1g the Slzt. u! 'live 1,t1,1 mcci, n. 1 I e1it eA It ihut -ik
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crhanli:call! I% r ir l Ai A l |>ul4. Iil. -
andI work- iof art iioor.- tli.ia ltw,, Ii'
i t.r ohld are' I 'le l c ieion t fi .
li.t. while' thI e ilut% on c -o ee-., r.,
Tea It' tanned at % cr. tit4 1wr lionnd
and the' international r 'tinue t:i\ l le garail'e iit lreltt.1' 1 Il n cra-,ed
601 4 eli ;ll i3 on fho- e, leeilhlliiiK |,--
than three, i|oiIids tof the' thti aiti !'
In increased to Si $.o1.
Luintor -s 'cut .'M i per (fenlit and re-.
fined stigar has duty alrg,'d of flve
one hundredths of a cent pTr pound.
crude' g.pisuii. $141 l'r ton; fire brick.
10 lier centumn ad valor.em:; steel and
Iron schedule. from 44 to :SI# |ier cent;
tin places. 94) Pr cent; hacons and
hamns. I cent; dextrin and starch, one.-
half cent: wool. shoddy and waste. :,
cents, and boots, shoes and leather
goods from 40 to :l pelwr cent. bituiui
nous coea and agricultural implements
imported from countries permitting
free entry of these articles from the
United States are adihitted free of
Other reductions are on marble.
plate glass, lead bearing ore,. wool.
grease, barley and barley malt. flax
grill nettings, single yarns and
threads, oil cloth, cotton shirts and
collars and printing paper.
Increases in duties are made on
chicory root and articles used as a
substitute for coffee.
Cocoa. spices, coal tar dyes. Keene's
cement, asphaltum. flour spar. zinc in
ore. oier or willow. figs. lemons, pine-
apples. mercerized fabrics and gloves,
embroidery and lace-making ma-
chinets are to be imported free until
July 1. 1911.
Free reciprocal trade aith the Phil-
ippines is provided for, but limiting
free sugar to 300.0,() tons. wrapper to-
bacco to $3.000,.0o pounds. and I.,0.9o)...
coW cigars a year. The exemption is
confined to the products of the is-
lands. The Cuban reciprocity provis-
ions of the Dingley bill are continued
Provisions for drawbacks and method
of valuation are extended and broad-

ir.PFrFCTVE Do. IS. 10m.

Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South... .,.............. 10:10 a
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ........... 4:25 p

Leave Gaineuville for Sampeon City, Palatka
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p
Returning, arrive Gainexville .... ............ 9:0 0p

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S i o'I i I.t ;I I I \ '.,y.

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i S.i.!~ :iwt Ir h1.1- -0 lit I1 *o ti '

T I 1 I ( ,111 ii1' ; t| i l I A II ll' i il
Swill thir-t for li -m*' :iIt th i ti t w. ill n\,' thh '
11li\- brlianch of .pracr anlt. figuir.it%,,I'%
*I" king. ruIh Into e.ch other.-
arnias an.d ,)w e-ternalI friend.-hli
Those ('.'ntral Anie'rlc n pei-ople' like
t, Illa\ at lI'iig Inationis aidi the re
litilnl of oeie country wlthl another
I. a g(ood denal of n ionniity. mith a
little tragedy thrown in now and agail
%i\ tal of change'

More da light and the saying of the'
rost of artificial light in the reason
xcieni for the daylight saving bill
which has Just passed the Itritish
House of Commons by a vote of 131
to 94. On each of the four Sundays
in April the clock is to be advanced
twenty minutes. and the process will
be reversed during the four Sundays
of September. The purpose is to give
the workingmen more hours of day-
light for recreation during the sum-
mer. Its workings will be watched
with interest. especially in countries
where. as in England, there are large
numbers of wage earners. If it proves
a success the plan will likely be fol-
lowed elsewhere.

There are a lot of people who would
be willing to play the Good Samaritan
were it not for the oil and wine and
cost of keep.


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Oyster Bay is making a desperate
effort to stay on the map.

Protect Totur

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
is perfect. A few dollars
spent this way will save you
many times the amount in
cash add the satisfaction
that you get from the
knowledge that your titles
v* clear is worth more than
ihd prioe. j
Moral: Do not worry abaut
your title., lt have an Ah-'
streat ceum A m

Gainesville, Florida


Covers the mouth to Brooks-
ville; eaM tc Ocala and be-
yond; wevt to SuwannUt Ri-
ver; north to Alachua. High
and Worthington Springs,
Cedar Key, and all intermed-
M'MsUW and Answer
for One Price.

East Florida Tsl h eC
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~euIs'e melded to be the
am as umwon asthe most
gdoito Me tmoverof .1 Flo
IS 100111 t Isasvery estatr
f ~too% halt way between the At-
~M m0OmenCosts.surroun~dedby
ftut o mbhotUilymta o be capable
apeat vaiety of crops.
-hebanemet f htruckvgrowWn.
ft md ma alsItore,.belt h
so he so" goodchurehes, .With
des.. ubeh aretswpinrkmto aMY
two.of U IN s iFlorida. with 10110
whi SOON*matbe esseilsfor
p! 'All these alwi
d~se. eInbme With a pF1puI
aibmap sure to mae"abi
%.On e Nowany mamlwee tsetlm&
6 dolme predulty bto e Iy. ASSeOOf
6 wsh AkeAbm Ihas S ab, aie'
vfbebedothe vi m Nppa' War-
SCavMG lLab.Rw NWnI.an, a69
SN*d Wt privtho mvep
bam Isthe larges
smddbe a andbard o thel.u

d~Ie t countyseat,
at hame ml e W" at do aem
lb wm vary urnS
inIU or-dothe-an I
to m aar ~tumn Shto
ft w~a bmauty wesame,

r m u dt e n m lwe m f t m s l
w35WI Ut soft theassef. in
Om"elm,Ubhas Wmumy tbhwm
?vt e ma" beg ramiIwe a"
4 Ie of thm IN lhftlewlagemuma.r

PM bank

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Am m entd s Ir.
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ame e ebsu eswes.

TVo Advent church-.
Ome all aevpaper.
Two haardware tors.
Fe -eae phymildtu.
Two bolegry works.

IPt Baptlit churches.
Thee furniture stores.
Onb clsed torae pla L.

t)' ul'< fr< hlnht pulata
,'' h"f M l' th >houpe.
TI. stem .i la sysms.
I.':..; '. .u toleut orders.
Two EpiAcopal churches.
United Stat., land <,IrC.
One ebeailral lalxir-<'r
Thirteen und wspaper.

One Prfsbyterian churcb.
Two cilar wuauue stores.
0our real ms tate ahYucIt
Vogluteer fire da* rtmenL
TBverl lurattur at ories|l.

Three- M.'th,,itl* A bras band organgeatton
Two potoerah wspaller.es
Two miryuod psiture sho&s
Iorid d W winter C autauqu.
Ot. -1 n h -t ups.
T). -i *'*- systemAs.

Oneg 11 b i, liarmee ap ,c

irst-.claps Msewerate Pvntem.
Two fertillser manufactories.
IPve ire Insurance agencies.
Two livery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' Club reading room.
Hardwood Manufacturing Plant.
Agricultural Experiment Station.
Porida Winter Bible Confprence.
Five dressmaking establlhments.
National Odd Fellows' Sanitarium.
Three undertaking establishment.
Two of the best hotels In the In
Two wholesale grain and feed
Two wholesale grocery establish
Water "that has made Galnesville
The finest opera house In the State
outside of Jacksouville
A Government building moon to tw
erected to cost when completed
%arpeaters. masons, plasterers.
painters. printers, machlnlsts and la-
borlig men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
gramollthic sidewalks than any other
tovwuia tIn the Interior of the tState.
AN U.M court house built of brick
Oad smme-a beautiful structure-and
the laws, lower beds. shrubbery,
Coafederate moMuant. etc., surround.
tog It, MOe It a most attractive pic-


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Practice la all Courts

State an

06mmsee"wGamefs Nam e" soft ~


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In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wi

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished hy

The Bush Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,

The Contest to'be Conducted by THE SUN j

Behalf of Bush & Safford.

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

April 15th, 1909

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In addition to the Piano there will e issued by The
on a new $4(X00 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.

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Bush &

Afford Piano Co.,

Due Bills, same to be used
These due hills will be

given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
Toe d Irudom bthow timi u a, a thwn Iw och r.......SZ.V
T1o do bnud r ms uill- do elet Ml te6 @N fwd ...... ...SJ175.
To m .irmu, oe nt i t e, s Itv, w....... ..-. S15i
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anymore
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respect- there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get
Th- .Votes
The followlpg merchants will give one vote
tor every cent paid Into their establishmo.uts for
goods which they handle:
The Gainevillle Hardware Co.
Phifer Bro,.
Hyde A Teach.
Where Vtes MOy Be Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establilh.
meats of the merchants giving tote' and at 1 he
SUn office. Votea stent by mall mubt be. direct.-d
to the Voting Contest Department of The Sun.
Galneavill., 'F rilda


Rules and Regulations
1. The contest is open to anyone living 13
Alachua county who is known by the conduct
of the contest or vouched for by w Fmet reputbe
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro.
prietors of the above-named firms are rlgitble t
participate In this contest, and will participate is
no manner.

3. nla the event of a misunaerstandiiig betwte
candidates or others interested In thi' (oCteGtL
such controversy may be referred to the co-
ductors of (colltethl, who alone ar e th, t lr*)u
qualified to render decinlon,
4. In the event a candidate de( ides to w't-
draw from the race, such cavdid.ite *11 no1 be
allowed to trai-ft r tote' Lu tL e crri .tl t al-tL'<
candidate In the vcntefL


$1.2--Three months' subscription ....... ... ......


400 votes

$2.50--8i months' subscription ........ .. 1,000 votes
$5.00-One year's subscription .............. .. 3.,000 votes

500 vots|
1.200 votes
3.500 votes

For a club (f five one-year subbcriptious (before April 1. 1909). 25,000 votes 30.000 votes
For a club of ten six-months' subscription: (before April 1) .25,000 votes 30.000 vo'.e
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S $1I OU t -eai t'. I ubocriptiui.. .
I' .* i b I < livf (ii-\ r bill !Lriptiui 3 .. 1 :LI
S; t I i \'* li- mit -I- I I i l- t.. .. .. ...' -

Soli'Cting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the ; _. ,
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everyy. E 't itli nIil! hi, h id Alit h i f. .-
mhIl.lhale' orgi-inll7:li'in tl ht:i, If It n e..-
understood th.t tihes. trll,.t tere of
as many nations an diltimn.'t in n way
as among the white rnens. one hnlf of
his followers would bto entitled to the
naame and devllish reckleaness of the
most famed "foreign legiona To Mny
that he kept the vast theater of con-

test In hot winter, a continuous stew or
made the plains as active as a pir ul
party or a hornet's nest Is not exa1e4rr-
ation. lie kipt Forto Phill Ke':irivy ra-
tically ihnivesti for i 3t.Iar.I aid with
predatory lands. .1nt here' and there
over the plains. heif c.nrril cdits .'. nini.n
and de(stnrutilon to hel Itie-t unrllxpi. t
A'd quarters. Iposessini. as bhe did as i
iorganizatiiion that. c..idndiii4) onS erwit-
ting. iunile his force as effect te as
light horse& ea'vniry. Hoiweer. ihe tIn-
ventlive g enins :iad vo.ninreircial spirit
of the white ni:a in ib hoji :lind factory
was actively ei"tn*gagedl Il i'rodiu lug fire-
arnis so Ilipr-,vt l hlit. like the needle
fun In the iPrussiain' li-ands in tlie i
roipenn wairs of I*';I to I'. the-y 'cre-
atedl II his sinialt neillid ain :iastoniu ih-
iment thalt hI, c-auil iaitl INllice. or r
dri'amli of until ie' s %ff r'ne fr iii a f'iear-
fill dI iclo trati.iii of thi i f:a t .l.s.self
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flie pr'cresetit tlimer I sincerely rnerertI tint
I nl)aiot remeiniler. who avernitiaed
eliht or ten weapons nple-e PIowell
himself took one end of tbe corral and
Jennest the other, and everything was
prepared to give the haughty Sious a
lesson in the range. power and won-
derful rapidity of Ore whehb tbe nsew
rile permitted At the same time. the
Indiana had really surtri tIl them and
appeared In sucb numbers that the lit-
tie garrisou. from commander down.
(in hasty consultation decided lhat it
was a forlorn hope to think of escape.
though all were determined to fight to
the lWast breath
The Indians spread out and gallantly
charged. while the niin licdwly of In-
dians between them and lthei frt hlook-
**d on exultantly,. fully prepared to take
advantage of lan) opening P'.awe'll had
his ordlerm,. and. lijitliritvig IiS meli with
his own ceroolone. It w' : re-'ert d until

the yelling hordee' nie within lI.A. then
lf. then .i5l yard frois them. when
"I'ire. hysv. fire." was shouted. and a
penrft. t aI(-'t 4> f lame burse forth
II, r-e* il ri!-rs n t I illic. :iid t i driv-
liig si-t of haIill esi trun'k thei 'liharilng
ani:.1% To the Indians' 2ivtonaishliment
ihe' firn- id l 1 te!4 S1 Itt< aelt n .e %o!'iY. all
iiilil I alit a atilTilUtie Id to It-lhh f rtih un-
ilit,'rrlit'tl' The'n the fto e i rnle
:ir.i!.atl a;i t i ia:d .allopi: hiot. IlLk' the
1el 71n. s~j.iark fromi :I Tire'wo,,rk pill,
\ l.,,I t. iht. i-rratl r -islon eiid % It ih i a.itb
ila' ih effei't. wh'iit'h ni l ist the m iir
I rs lihurriAdl.y 4iasca 'd fromin The,
S- -, ;'t I l. e. ia ; it ler it -.ta i l, 1: ir
In;i., ni i tmias of h4 r- u iu i it id
1tlidl 9.1ailldttle-d Itlidi.iisl. .;i II li ti :a liriu "
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,Wu'd t ha l.en ill ,il r Iin a h:indl to1
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|',1-ipe tlih-t -,' 4- f the men threw mlls
,il', 4i ; their fna-e.i
I*Th'I1 nv -i rive-(x tedel for 0i% tl'pf-R hIl-
ois tiat I t 'ta. a' .9 aI h I ra atH at a
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s i Ii ; t it l' it i tr i .tc a f, I, ,o-ati l
i- I* il 1 lI1 F t'i, i ll ,ti f4 i .' l l I t "I
i i il l; i '' 1, < I Iti i t:rl% *,x IItu ,t l*
Ia t i I I' ;ll a. 1,, lh '. nt lt'eHg il' jato Ihr

Til I l:ci r ,Stiili fi eln the fort. with
I ti I n, i ..e'i i liIl the cillMtu iin e. and
:1 i f'',eil lurs1t in 1ti miidst of the In
4 i i: ii Rnis nnotlh.r puzzle. In the use of
a-iiia1 The prin, ip;il eTfort the Indians
S... he:' Ihien i.Ian to cnrry off tbeir
'w eieihl4l. whl< h they eventually sue-
, .lh'dtl In doltig after making a stand
f,,r :iawhile against Smith's command.
whtin. dishear': 'tne i:aid dIsmayed.
they muller. i rat il nC l':ptalin I'owl
ell In hi,- r. ; **rt anys Ithat another at
tack would have lteen successful. iow
Ing Ito Iae exhaust ea edition of
armnin. aminunition and men The In
dian hbad a splendid opportunity In
the open to check Smitb's command.
'tut. believin: In the Great Spirit's an
getr and that there was -Bad Medl
e-in." In the nelghhorhood. they
tlhuiihtm It Ieut to retire from the In-
fluell.-e of the "Evil Spirit." The Iodi-
ann lost 1.1137 mnen

A Religious Author's Statement.

Riv-v Joseph 1. Fesperman. Salls-
lury. N C.. who Is the author of sev-
ral books. writes: "For several years
I a- .afflicted with kidney trouble and
1i-t l'intt r I %;I.- suddenly -tricken
Sithl a s r' a iiin i my kidine's and2
i li-'- collnt..*1" tio l'd eight days unable-
ito ge-t i.I w without a.-Pistanle. M13
ir ne conaii.iilid a thick white sc'di
i rin tt andl I pa-'',d same freiqu<-ntll
'1 i). aai'l :iiihlt I commenced taking
'" ,*,' Kidney Riemedy. and their' ail
S' .all, a iatl -d land finally 'eiti!d
i itis irulin Il'.t ie- u a i rlliril l I i .' *- r
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I tele r .tlin l I., ii 11 1 if an eP ecUtiO
-1 -'i 11 ii st li. t i',rcult Court. lfghth
lidlit lil ('irui i ol f f lorniln. In and for
%la1 i;1 e t 'loi i u ti alndi dirtn -td to all
.t: il -iaii;i ar it.h' wheriffl of the fMate
of I.Tlria. 1. P1 ; itanisPy-. Iherif
,il iaid cullilty. have ledvit. ilion and
silll ,0Ell ht.forer- th. couit hoiue door.
Iii the. Cityv of (.iln ill-.. Ahuliha
e o. 'i 1'! r.,o, <.n '. ni i i\. f..- ."th
S *i f i I 1 *i **aI ti# lv- iral
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'*I *' i i l I i* g ;*9;it. ,, i,' i t .1 ; t ;l;:l ti n > i -t
I \ r I '. t ''. ':*i r #if iItI South-
*, i I iind I, ,* ,li''h% i,.-t miarter
if thl. \Nothts -t |iiu:ari. r ,f Section
I, ., T >w i hil tI : lit ,.- I1 and the
North .itlf ,r 'hi- Soatolhe-t quarter of
.* 4 lili .- '* iII i'I 1i lillp I '. Ratin p 17.
i' ,et e.t r with :Il! a:il .inigular the
in. Iiii.nt. h<.re.ditan, tits and aplipr-
n,.ilaic'. to thI ai' a- t'elonginig or Ia
inl, a I-* al|l ,rtnitlve
The .-aid pro.li rti. I. !nu levied upon
*to' the |Ir.ou.riv of T. R. Pickett. to
-ati-fy % tmd ,'eultion in favor of The
iilutton Ilank and igainnt said T. R.
Pieketlt P. G. RAMBKY.
Sheriff of Ahliehna County. Florida.
W. 8. ROOM K.
Attorney for Plaintiff

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a Anal decree of forw-
closure of lien made and rendered by
the Hon J. T. Wills. Judge of the Cir-
"int Court. Eighth Judicial Ctruidt of
Florida. in and for Alachua county. aI
i certain chancery cause therein plad-
ing. on the 23rd day of Vebruary. 1M.
wherein the City of GalinevilUe. a me-
nicipal corporation under the laws of
ime State of Florida. Is complaint.
and George Patterson is defendant, I.
the undersigned, as special Master a
Chancery, will sell at public etery
to the highest and best bidder for
rash. before the court hoawe door. It
the, City of Galnesville. Florida, o.
Monday. the 5~h day of April. 10W. be-
tween the legal hours of sale. the fol.
lowing described lot. piece or pareW
;uf land. situated. lying and being to
the City of Galnaeville Alachua egRi-
y.. Florida. towit:
I/It One ili of the McCarroll Plat.
Together with all and singular the
*.tienieuf. h'rteditame'ntq and appur-
'a ,ianceit to the same belongilng or In
tnywise ap|wrtainin Terms cash.
Said sale to satisfy said decree med
Special Master In Chancery.
S,.illictor for Complainant.

isll. T') tIVtiBC.
In l.e 'cir.'u!t('.mrt. Fabtlh JI4WIlalOlBsh.
'ihln hux '." rl I'".lrw Ia n (.t aeiri
Ither i ln in vt. rwt tIrvia Order Or
i'u.t ili, l.o. 111il of l ttor e.
it I'saor-inter r ha 0 i\aM iait a&Ierlened to the Mbi
4' *1 ir. the alb>vre ,Mate* teais.-e that 1IAet
li, ro th. a.l fteviant therrein nrnle.l l5 a rl *
ent ,Jf the State of i'Vioride. that be. the 91i
,Ie ,-..fr.t. taie hh r stl er.l.t fnew io're than sid
i '..' i iex' I'rec'liin' thin *i'plilvtr(tll or au
... r .,f Il't:.l'atil i .' t -'f %irs ttait Merv 4*** otf n eer s esse
' n.. 0la u14t> hiln. : )d that there i gO p-
1 li> title'r it Ioiilda a .ervi.- of as MMuesem
Pi., whom wou 4 l i d tsti de-fetndeat. sa la
i.v r Itr :.re ar f 1 l tiear' It l tlsrefe
.,rdh.l.-,' t t t Sao rr"Li. It 4efesdast lbi
he %. h.rrel, re i !rei' t, a|l1e1ar to t- Ihe &
San11 pilait flitd ir. -aost cause or bapw
Mariluv the .tn i aiv of April. A. OL
itnert the ttll*iratolW.nof sald I be
t I>t at. cld.ereii hr ataid defendai.
I' fui Iter ,rdiret. d tbht this aOtir hbe
i.hr i rter a well for four eIertiwv
weLe.. o In Trii iineavillve Ituea. a ewpar
iou' lished in askcil imBL and tlaie.
This Mt'*h itd 12ll
.. H WIENGMot. Clerk <('Irlt Court.
M 8. E caVeB. D C.
A tr'ir cse' T of Iailal.
"** an H. WIFN ~%. ('lerk ('trealt C- e.
H .t M A SON .No eltor for Comlaeblst.

Nottee o hereby stue that Mrs M. D Mat
ibauru. prehaar of Tea CenM Ms NI ,.
dased the Sth day of Awne. A. l. -L
- Lied iad oo*rtlaO l mr *9-
ad has made am aadmlM foa taxS, desi Wi
use la seeo*dsse with law. i iM e
mebrae lhS fobowulag eurtbtd proprwy
usft da A bAus eemiu. VtrMea.sowsH

tbe liweeiae of merh oersUa la 1 s ahe
of m'nhnown
UsleM ard e'eruetase shall he reademe as
cordia0 to law. las ded will theresa
the IBh dey of April A 0. is1e
Witaem my ofllcial itnr arte saM eal 1abI
the 4th day of March A lb 156.
ld I'lert Circult ('rut Alsaeth Op na.


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Tuner and Rebuilher

I. .. i ai -i l Pro-mptly and All
\H..rk iiirasatiltd.
I'.,, ... e.- Aelcin g:

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Breads, Cakes and

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I iand What Is -

l w s o* of the city.

S tick '" at ll',tl,, fr'li -
0 hS a of Trntit i.'- hi l the'

i picture's for tnitiht ;It
Theatre will I' lli'
ga stkM1 paid to lali"-
J 3^f ff'OI. Restaurant
il! c rera1 hl ,tt.'rt alilk and
VIOW 961. East EKad daily.
, ip. irrIs left ye.ste'rda) for
am bmesms and plleasure trip

-toe ihtlsb Ulov intg pictures
SIo*e Theatre. Read the bul-

Sfg. tegofellow returned yester-
g Ig a ort business tisit to

U Mmoes AlIen. two sister.- of
a&were shoppers visiting the

itblj lde yesterday after having
.I lo past few days here on It u-i-

I T. .Stralgfellow left yester-
Ir Jaksonville, where, .she' will
I hiext few da>~ \iting re'la
-m ai friends.
Coe of Raleigh was a isitor
Ige by yesterday. Mr. ('Con atnd
Sd Irea are m now visiting r.-la
S 1 It.L Petersburg.
ft Jaaiy friends of SHan l.-,inardl
II Oil to see hill ahhle t)o If
a Io rets yesterday after a se-
mak of indigo-tioni.
oaGi Lack'" lh 1 cake.. i.,-. w.'-ral
t ilto the fact that llie,' .ill>hIa,
I-- or vanil& tr.ax t- i ha- I.* .
at. OW1 by a!: ga(Nt grnw.r.'-
Ma L M. McCorniatk anil little on .,
ie have been ialiiig tlh, firmniei
am6 ratlHawthornl fr thit. I., t i* .
O lkys. returned hlonse .- -..tr ,.a
Im P. Jacrkii of AI' lr '. -
'ill a i the (ct) re.-t;rda. .l
- mseide'raIil, prohe.'i t I. .
Me for the lui(pol.- iaof l.. n~!; h' i
I asttes adjusted
s n C 1. Sh;;tv :i..i 'I ':1"*. I
.& W. T.1 ill. 1.: ',. -, ta., for
4111 Mr11. Gill w ill -it i. I ; A
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r .a f. r I h 1 ..1 'I !*Z ,,,ar..
f .. eld a r '.' A,, ,n \ort,

i at workr andll *'x;i 4 -i>nll to
bw theP iltplaau ill''ia.- ee..:,', ', 1
Athl gIrealt .kin -,. a- ai

Whal gailt. are ftr tilr h ,i., ioi, .atai<
IIpnrte" i ll I''d of Iti -,pe l i, lar
IM idd read vii. all
11 1 the 0 o* the (Gail:e-ilhl. Hardwalr'I
1hS17 The'. are aiAl.rti.ingag a hii
Sof 0 ur1 whiteI. tiani l .-I .l,.
I- d lask thal (il v call ;uio ,.e it I
0*0" pit.'.1 ii Kuarant,.. 1

on them you know what
you are getting. REACH
Signifies (QUALITY.
A positive guarantee with
every article bearing the
REAC'H name.
We invite ctlmpanrion.

Wholesale and RetaIL

Dorsey's Delight Coffee.
Cedar Key oysters, day and night.
at Rutherford's Restaurant.
The Electric Theatre presents a
splendid ente*-rt.aii'nment for tonight.
Good gentle horse and nice rubtber
iired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
Ml) IIIK I,'btuIiI ain \ dollar.,'
uiorth for tutn cents at Electric Thea
re< toiiighlt
I'lankik Cl1ll Tlonie is guara&iteed to
*ure (hill. f. e-r. colds and lagripipe
l'ric- 2.'7 Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Th.'II- \\'al 'rn.t (mt olild l lut .% Trinit.\
('1i1rc I u il In I .- t hii. atti rilmol n :it
: i rli: k .at tIli r. ctli A tiull .l t llien
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:n odet r-ovenitn of Apine..,ille ati f.It
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adjoining I quare. formerly \ cupled
by W I., L. lGrande city wat r. elec-
trie lights. sewerage. bath. and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. 11. McCreary or Sun office.
Angeline. dear. please go down to
John Furniture Seagle's and buy me
onie of those bin .oalt-pound cotton mat-
tresses. They only cost $4.s5. P. S.:
Ange'line'.% you will have to pay cash
fol it. for that is about what thy cost.
it. W Waits of Hawthorn was a
vi',tir tol (;ainesill.' ve.stf.rday He
stat,.. that the l>lante.rs there are all
aMiout through putting in their spring
crolps and many now have their corn
and cotton up,. alnosIt read\ for plo1
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any case of kidney or bladder trouble
that is not beyond the reach of med,-
cine. Cures backache and Irregulart-
ties that If neglected might result In
lrlght's disease or diabetes. J. W.
McCollum & Co.
C ( Whitnive of St AiugustiIn' was
.hi'ntl g thii' i. -.itt4ir. to th city ester-
day II. Is th' owmt-r of the' old,-st
house- il tIhe AnrIciI I 'it) and is.
*init e plroidl of this distinction Ihi'
also has onei of the largest alligator
farni- iiin F'ilo ed
1,. (. Mec('lenil.\. swho wi a firii'rl)
-olah t.dl iith R. C. Davis & Co..
liatak>.otti ll, i aniilagi tiat i ls. torr. Ito
*;.i, -.\ ill.'. kingg after thI in*i' reo-ts
ie I tI. : I ** i< l t ('% <1 0; it ** t 'f!
hu I ;i I r. '::t I'a n il m ii l a i been
r tce i\i.ig a nii .-hlar' oaf bu:-ine,-.
it S lr.i,!l,-\ of \ ai'ai i. -itor to thi- ( Ity I s..* t,.rda) Hlie
.tat. -, that the truc'kers ar- hit1..\ ..-hilt
pii < ahlh;iag iii tr lot-, hut gt1
lot'.* r,- aton the' t,-Il i ge -,i'lall) -'1oopl
iIp o \ r\ ihln:a hli.b orv It leave.. thI,
,I. ; tI ;til .- .a i t.-illt Ith fjrnil.r., are,

liomw ani any person rik taking
.-iti tlikilown cough re'nledy when
FPole-.'c HollyM and Tar cobts them no
tior,' It is a safe remedy, coittain.
lno harmful drugs, and 'ulen the most
tl. tia.:at' 'oaaghs anid 4oldx Why ex
ierint.nt wlth your health' Insist
liuponi havilig the genuine Fole'y's Hon-
e.y and Tar J \V McCollum & Co
i1 .t \aInld r-iI arothller lo i\\ II
\nlde. ~-ao .Ir I l.iall ig the'l i-tl il
to thai it. who will remain foar thi
lin. \t fe'w (lat- iHl' has. oiii r,- r.'ii-.o\ree Irlinia .1 -e'\ re e u of .40 *'
4 outr.i4tiil whlo' atteauuding Itslitea'
oiohlg,, i.t .laakso .tile .a d I.- '. tl \ ta
.rI Itronii.-oil ilnl i this plao c' to regalia
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LOT (INE-S7 New Skirts
received this week which
we pi.:.ee on alIe with the
similltl lot left from hladt Sat-
urdav. Thlese are Cream
Series, Hair-line stripeia,
Moli:irs, Pl'anamasil i Nov-
elties: also a full line of
tle liew colorings. Worth
tlp toI $11.18-Sale price.
SE 00

LOT TWO This special
lot consists of Panamas,
Serges and Stripe Novelties
in black, browns, navy,
etc. These were bought
for a Special-$3.98-Sals, but
are a good SN Skirt.
For Saturday's selling only
we offer for

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RENT Five-room cottage. Ap
200 E Liberty street
RENT- Two cottages.(' cloh- in.

Appl .iat T'.-l'graph office
FIO R \T O()nei ix roo)t and two
f e*'lroia cottage ill South Gaine.-
SilIle. In front of Coffin Factory; ci y
water Aplil at Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
block next to square, city water,
electric light,. bath room and all
muoderin conveniences. Apply at this
iffl e.


W" V I P. IIt Younglotrlinter of oreainar)
i ,a .a. w'-S ha, de'sirv it) eilet~er
I'~~~ buh t~ t' t 0.) 4 141t ht-ulov 1%)1.w 04,
hi.Lllc awlatielo? go .iia! se,rk;a.,

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WANTKEI-Messenger. Apply TW.
graph office.

IOIST-White and lemo ter. A new alanal ju t shipped
here. Please notify J. W. WelU.

FOR SALE--'lve-room house la ieth
Galnesville; lot 24tz$m0 ft.; teve01-
lent barn and stables. Apply to
Drayton Av.ra. P. 0. loI 273.
POR SALI-Wbhte stone-lined refrig-
erator; solid oak case.; good asnew;
caplacit) It2 pounds. Mra D. C.
Warner .-*1 W .lWain street. North.

HIOFFM~AN. the celebrated GersMa
('41~4!i-lhhi %II.l~l Akfe this sasoma
at Ci a % It .rd AtOn&%i'. ,stables. Terms
ia- 41two- *I to -uWe'r.ta'fee. rabh In s49
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First National Bank

Established Over Twenty Years
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....We Solicit Your Pusiness....

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urnl4114- ill. kintilo-it rewardl4 and heat wish-
41'i fit (dallh fifvCr ad ld ircetor of tihe IHank,

ourl lldlkitng roomll..

tale'! ~t 04141t-4.jil II' ll who''i call 4) See Ie'i~i.







Last week the buying incentive was so strong
that our department was thronged all day
and the purchasers were enthusiastic over
- the values offered. -

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