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: April 2, 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: VID01624
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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 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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VOL. XXVI. No. 1;






Another Example of How thePayne Bil "Decreases"

The Tarf on Imported Articles.

H WASHINGT(ON. April 1. Now come,
the ULdewenl-tlnit aatch mailtfacturrft tl
with a tAtatetieni it to th.' c 'o.ec *'i6:1V I,
addition to all the oithlrr 'joke r.'" in
the Payne tariff hill there is also
one in the watch schedules.
Wh''in the tariff hill wa'a re'irtedcl
th-l Wa\s and lMeani- Coniilitte'' ga\
e'\*,r>on to uii tlhr.-taiid there had
ltw, i real re'du(tn ll n it the tariff onl
ailtc'1-.- lHoe'e..-rT t' cth oluImnil here
.i,.- net rcdil tioi ta uld have appel r-
-** waa- I-t litlank Ti ,l ,hra- ihe liill relathie to dutie-A on i altc'he'-
wa-. lik.e that concerning coffee and
ia nllilller of artle'les. leo complicate '
a.- i(l It-. il m'aiiniigless to the av rag
I. r. on Watch dealchrs have nio had
liar'- to investigate the' latch sched-
ile--. iand report reduction llt o tc'h-
i- a.s Iuh olf a n!ih a-o r'dcltion"
on other article-'- cl ii,edl It. the ftiaali
er.-. ofil the '; i'a l' I lill
Thi' cautice'.- o wuateie-- a'i e ar tis
Shai.' e\* re\i-'ed soll- v in Ile ii;
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th.- watch trust it the Untite'd State*
are- uado'r contract no tto) r4Lil the
('rc-setla St ree't WIahte'en-j.'a .1 Walt-
hanni mcmnivitnt for lv.c than L14. Th-
New ork dealers who art, jcurchansiti
Anie-rican made watches abroad are
a-'ll1hag the a-aniv atch for $16912-11%
Iles that's lany retail de-aler can htu it
focr in the 1 united Stat#e'.
IUndier the' ElgIni Na' :oial Wa tch
(CompnaelY contrac- a retailer r amitat
ste'j "4-2 4Ia n ccd Eigiht- f4r 1eIvs than
$14. ThTe Ne''A % eerk cd. cle r imuo tuethem
.Otlrcejel a tmd ,*- I tiiiin in N*-vv Vorkf -wr
$116 .3 9.
The's.' facts A@.i-#. ill the jec .'i.simii
eel the' Ways miad Me'aans Ceenluatie'.
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Band of Smugglers Lose

$20,000 in Paris Gowns

Had Heard Sor-e Talk of Lynching
and Appeals to Law-Abidang

TAI.I.Ail.1-S Apri' I -The f,,!
low ing proclaiiatlion w;- i-'-ie'd .%**'*tr
ial.v Iorningli K I1 (1%. (;tith r.-i from the
Xeitcutlte office' .
"ill the- di-chargc' of hls dut) Mr.
'. M. lilg.stoi. sheriff of L, on could
t ;a-. oil .larch 1.! killed fr ia i the
e'ffTect of I guiinhot wound Thce negro..
\lck Morris. charge. d with the munur-
der waC arre,"tce- in (C-ogllia. March
.!*. anlld is now i In Jail.
''.ludgiK It II. Palnt'r. Judge of the
Third judicial di-rtrict. ha. ita. n di-
r-ct c d to t c, (l\t.ll, a -pecilt'; tc'rn of
,hi c r tilt court. in and for ILCont
< o ntlll ('cnllllle'll(ig at 10) o'clock a a
;in Monilall April .. for tlh purpo.-e,
,it tr\ iiir th il- ;aid lick Morris
'T'lc-rc h.:- ite-.n ~onl. talk of
S!\nchllg All laAw idcilli c'itize't i will
;It uoncl rcol'clgnizel t he' dilra;c.. if alln
n.cIh colr.-e Were imr dl. Th'e aid
Mick Nlrri- will I giv'Ii a Iprompcit.
fair .avii iim'iartial trial A- a Ipris-onc
-r hi w% ill i, I rto':.:'c< I, ilcouild nol e
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I.F: V\\.\\NI{TITH Kan. Ai.ril I -
It look I '..'ii I'lie td State ,. soldi eri.
ici lii.iit iii irle r aicnl ire'-.% rt plricon-
* rIii' in **. ,;i hit i lrariing a fire whlilch
I<, tl ,,' il loin h iii ili l- l thli Fed'
* ra. I alitarn irii-fili her-. e- .irl t lodlay
All cet thai- cil1 prIl-lionl i i re re march
,* oli:lt cfl thll ( I I cell houi -s when it
-* Ii, i1 t h tlI w t hc ol 'IrAiii ii e certainly
I ',oilt i le .irto -d anid were held
uii. h.*Ia % imilitar. iguardl until the
ir'. :- iiadc-.r control Then, afler
-,lh of ci t # I h! l U c lu-e'.s hadi ooled

-iti.lt tlh'e were- marchle.l back
a ta lie
'lh, lfiti wa. iai-ll -inil leer fe>rc lioild
niCitit l>. :a !it r\ wio fr, it hti- ii -tel
T h- hi. cii l 'l .I. '-,lliillle I I .lccl tIIe ill

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ast of the United States Troops Hve Left Ca.

No Cheers Up DeYart.

IIAV'AA. April 1.-The lat em-
hleni of American domination over
('0la disappeared at noon yesterday
when the garrison flag at Camp Co-
lumbla fluttered down the pole and
was replaced a moment later by the
lone a-tar. red banner of the Cuban
reIpulic The ceremony attending
the- transfer of authority took place in
thie pri senc.e of the American garrison
of (Camnlp Columbia.
At the direction of Major-General
ThoaallM H. Itarry, commanding.
Il.ultenanat Ita) ard Sneed. of the
Twenty-se\enth Infantry. advanced It
the flaigtaff and hauled down the col-
'irt The troops presented arms and-
the Cuban andd Americ'rn I'ands play-
%'d the "Star Spangled Ilannellr." A
t( ilian lie iii uc ci. t ilthet raised the Ciu-
hanl ol! r and the t re I ips ag.ai :.;
lult'el '"'! tra.iin: fer lof tihe c:itll, I;
Ila thu,- (cotmpletl 'ed the urban n troop
lue-dl the- r.;ad:idie and pre-en'teli trni-
wA Ilih t1ll A.nli'ricans. ninlll rinm c i
aloi't m.HI. ill heay marchilig clrdler
.%Winli ia-t. proe'.ding to the tr.tan
Irt- Suiiinmter and Me'elltan.
Thli- passage e>f lthe troops through
the c t) did not attract tie leIast at-
trel't! anl d! ad nIo(t more th.n a dozen
\ihitr- at ithe artM-ual witnessed the
I* t1 rk.l t imr
fi. tr.anll-port Sumlner. under com-

mand of Col. William L. Pitcher, has
a total passenger list mnmberlan gT.
The McClellan. under the commadl'
of Ieut. Col. Mllard P. Walts. ha
a total of 231 passeagrst, whIl
cludes a company of enuglerse. GI
and their famllles and the dvel e.
I(loyees of the army. All the sai*
males have been shipped aboard the
chartered steamer Progresuo wldeo
will proceed for Tampa.
The troops remained on board last
night, the transports salliln for New-
port .'ews at 10 o'clock today. MaJ.-
(ea. Rarry bid his me. farewell
audOthen, accompanied byr hi aia,
went aboard the Tampa bamer
*Macotte. leaving no t a siglw rope-
sentatlve of the Amerieas army on
Cuban soil.
The Cuban troops entered Into the
ioo:-erwlon of the quarters of the'
\nierican officers aad -- immediate*
ly they were vacated. all the buildlmg
having been cleaned and paced Ia per-
fcet order bt-fore the departure of the
\niericans. The camp will now be-
.n.me the headquarters of the new
l'uipa arnay and the name will prob-
ably bI changed.
.Maj ;en. Harry was given a fare-
well banquet last nlght at Hotel Mira-
mar by .Oen. Armando Rivas, the act-
inlg ronlnlaianer-ln-chief of the Cuban
l itnlV

lldin-tri:Al department of the prison,
including a paint Whopl. tailor shop.
carlpi tte.r shopl and laundry. The
liuildlingi. conialued many combusti-
Ide-- and the fhlapie threatened other
hulldianj The cell houses rapidly be-
canme filled with smoke and got suffo-
ratiliKly hot
W\henl thel fire. started there was glee
amotig the' Iprik.coitetr "Let It burn."
they *vellt11d. The- water pressure was
liimi. anld a. lthe w'atelr Iputtered use-
L '~-h) froem the ho.,... the prisoner
laughed and che'serecd As the flames
iared lthle (tclI houllr-e the tone of the
(rim.'li,-rs haliiKc'd and they s(creaned
'lFor ci od ;' .ake take us aay) and
,< c-i i. latli iia .i agl aiiin t th.e teel bar*
ill l I Ir or
I lie ri-cani i- were' niarched froin
Ic' I II n1,Li-,' aiiil c ld toIKTit.r under
i.-..a ill II. i -t ,, i ,l 'r I f thi.- eOe'i'l, ire
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Indian "Sharpshooters"

Slay Several Officials

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Tim Men Would RIve As if
e -msee Were After Him t
De Nim Harm.

p sreett Dorsey of McIntosh. who
i aelf anid eat his trhoat l an
war to sd Ir l fe on account of
psed shortage of 0 in his C-
eid eO Wedeesir and was

I a was era laty demented at
r durtaing eerta pertoda he
1 e hLimad and tfrtahteo. at

ratacmed 9 the purpose of rob
He wiud als state at thm-
sI o rn eIn abls ar g ba

him ad eat hL threat but the
(Lt hie st to hi wile. ad which
man u1 Wedtreweld uany the-
e a tmat of Ssidle.
S ae aw t om *sa er we s ued

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tw era eraeofrthe e mde alns
dt rw" t hathe. ad ia llwi pof-

am s Io t ht be ad atbecome
I or bmcetdcie which em
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A 4 W Tb lTi Nb.,d-

vwry hair dresa r should know
aeat Parelsa Ae,. the quck-sctlng
hr dreseb that doen st what this
pw teUll you I will do.
frigf nfeb is a met delightful
ad deret hair dresla. a feet that
WN be 1re606601d the momet t is
-r, l ae to he satp. Ther s not a
ptidet of atieinemss tI Kt;*It is not
felf; it has a deleate ad reaned
lgo. mad is a N truly tOerWatna talc
Mt W3ll ma hair rew, tf the hair
ist S ahws the iast sign of life.
Try a bttle o Partel. Sag. It
ll right up the hair In two

Partalia ae tI guaranteed by W.
M. Johaosm to care dandruff, atop fall-
og hair id snalp itch IN two weeks.
r money beek. It to particularly In
demand by women of refinement who
-desire mot. luxzrlant hair. that com-
pes adalratIon. Price 5 cents a large
bottle by W. U. Johnson or direct, all
charges prepaid. troo the American
makers. the Giroux Mfg Co-. Buffalo.
New York.

Making Rapid Prgraes.
The contractors for the exca'ationi.
Oe the Government lot are progressing
very rapidly on the contract and ex-
pect to have the greater part of the
work completed this week. They are
now down to a depth of about fliv
feet all over the entire lot. but con
alderable shaping will have to be done'
to the "hole" before it will be ready
for the comtractors to commence
their operations.

A Kncsker
Is a man who can't see good In any
person or thing. It's a habit caused
by a disordered liver. If )ou sAnd that
you are beagnning to aee thing.r
throauh blue spectacles. treat your llv.
er to a good clean cut lrocrwev Aith
Ballard's Herblue. A sure cure for
eastlpatioo. dy) bepilia. Indigellnton.
bllkouane.s all lirer. stomach aind
bowel troubles. Sold by W. M John

The Oldest Univers-ties.
TLe earll--t .c v 'It .. \ i i i'-t
lty pi ts fortlh i I t Ii 4i .
tttIge i ik-i Itat it 4 i i. l ,'
latisu tl l t'w ti. I i i I -' rt
date. he erter fr II Il ri lr'.
f ut.tr >i Itn It :ncl ,.i- i i 11 I
lli f-rd diti i .la k It .ii I it '. I
11 i t.Ud as Ulw11, 14.1 1 1 .' I I t !'
e-rro fo.uialtd I. ,% .it% I n -i
17lt t11 d K v llfir III ;rI ',- I
cbh rtrr ini 1-'i lh 1i I,- .t *' fi
llaid Sn '., ilt 3 % I -uA : ,lU l i' i P

Let a want ad neg(late a trade
for you-o- something you don't need
for somethta you do.

Raw Meat
Cooked Meat
Cheese and Nuts
Ham it chops
Coarse or fine.
No mashing or Fqueezing

Sly Sevend OI uils

(Coatinud from Page One.)
train loads of troops have been sent
from Chihuahua to quell the rebellion.
The officers were killed when they
tried to conaicate property because
of the non-paynient of taxes.
Regular troops and rurales were
rushed to the esene when the news
frst reached Chlhuahua and since then
reinforcements have gone out on ape-
clal trains.
The Indians cut the telegraph wires
and word of the uprising went to the
Sate capitol by telephone.
The country is thickly populated
with descendants of Temosachic In-
dians. The ranchers in the region are
known as the "sharp shooters of
Cllhuahua" and they are feared by
State officers. The Indiana and half.
breeds always go arted and are skill-
ed at warfare.
There has always been conslder-
able unrest in the region. esltecially
since the numerous arrests of re.-\lu-
tlonilits at Casa (;rullde.u A few'
)ears ago. '%trenit armedn T-otlmo.-achIic-
Indians In opl-n hattlei' tiit l nff a;
regiment of troop)i. killinKg nmiir tlhai
4mlH mnen They were. lt,.r foirce-d
back to a churcb. which as. steirnlttll
Iy artillery Iw-fre, Ihle It lid an.li. r.-
.u ld u.ed.

A Baby Show in Gaineaville
Would hat .i niiiy conttcteuitn. mut
It's safe. lo say that thie htlc'.lltlhist to
by would win the' Irizel No Iaby
can be healthy who suffers from
soruts. and Ulmot babl,- dio unlhe-s
they are kept fre.e froti the-mnl lith
Whitt (e a 'rnami Vri-rifulg,- Act.-
quickly s't milllal Is its own purg:t
ti e.. Mothe-rs. dlie t atl illipt tin rati.,
cbildrenri without \Whitte*. 'rc.a
Vermlfug.e I'rhk '.0 citai Sold !i,
'. ill. J lhns lton

Politics and Poker.
A man i li<, illp~ Inito I-,ili. a ocsca
stonally may ie co nipredl to a man
who engages In a ,Ike-,r girne n cn--
atonally. lie is Ilntile to run iuto a
professiotnul anlid I.c* r>rtedT The saft
rule is to keei, out e ,f iJ.lAtle aind
poker -Atchlwn i;1. I.-
She Throw Him Over Twice.
"Why hale >' lthri. iin e.vr tlr
I'itcoe *".
"(tlt I routld i. .r Iliirry a niaA
with a crc*,il4. 'it,
"Whbat c:c-ld. ti S{ c r,-r.k ld '
"I rant Mi ceiai ilagtrnzine
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While He Lives His Throne is Fixed
In the United State.
The part played Iy coal in the
world' affairs can well *e illustrated
by assuming the available supply to
be suddenly cut off. The huge rall-
rnad systems of Anerica would stop
at once. So almo would the electric .
power and lighting ln all cltile and
saubrbs. Steamablp serrvie would
cease everywhere. Transit facilitec
woeld be dead. Factores. imanutfac
tories and shop would close down.
Vast Industries like steel. Iron. copper.
etc.. would cease. Armies of laborers
would be thrown out of work. Malls.
srboolh. the nary, newspapers. foreign
and Internal trade-all would ceane to
exist. The triloly governing commer-
clal advance, beat. light and iower.
except a negllible amncunt of water.
oil. etc.. would Io annllhilateil--nll tbiq
until some other Iform of ioweer could
be developed. The postillilty of such
a cataclysm la neit Itlnenllltit. for enml
wlil reign for asnie time yet and in
destined to become a jwiwer whcwe ca
palilllties bare al yett Ieen c,-onillra-
lively felt only more faliiitl. than wild
a feather ,on Ihe hile lef canil c,.lflihaitl
The w *rhl -Ae 1s:l:ll l i' 'it t o-;l Ili tl ';i ,'* i It U ,i;
I ~*li,, ., n'i:toril i hl n t | ,i'-iit o I..,
c* .PL iI w ill i.i k. for : o ii lit Ii i | ei t i .-
a id unll rti ast i lut.. ai iit lil t -i \ '
of the '.rltl
'ITh'e i .il i !i'n s :,f ur,' '4l- ifr s ink
aIlil. t :t.ii o t f'- t d ihc' 1 i il: I I : tll
tI 'linl litirri*l a! thi I.ttik-i f hI ,
O h111 :i l t' : .l li f : IniI'|. :I.'-
Ine:riii t.j i. n I. l it i *l <' f l ., i. il p t
Itllilr T ih, I i t il t' if rin.: ,-suilr.,!t .
oif Ilie 1 '41 .l tlhl1hi I- ie i--W i t, 1|' "
t :l| il. kil.'. lw 'it li, i i *4 ii-
Ithror ie4' le it l fi ,r,% t r tic iliv' I uiltted
st;lilt' M ti. *i ill %i i. inI |

One-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At Il' a-t i ul.i h tt a oingIiK hil, c tii lit
Iio gii ti u e it'hit I> .- \ -mr," If
notl Ot nr- I tlit. ll. i it un-Ing wiili iti.
clig l (';t i ;i\, it 1 M( ,# I. > |i.to%
E:hll r ('urt .-,|tiriachi ;.ll1 l ctcc I
troulihl -. .aid- dig, ltim t.I,^ fr. Ifl
lin ,-. eMmIl foir t*., Ilthi g .l.iloil I'l ic
..e-* iand 5i"*- SclI II,% W\ M |ih:, oiI
Opinion of an Actrese.
l lil ll4.i, r4 r ..t n r -.' talked lilp lt :. %--mviiir r.iti, h .,Il Il
*stah, l l l i hl ,- .ll o.i il
ai tresa 'i Iil I ', 11i I t -'. e l,1
I 4.elc t i-r I ,' I'I l i !,ir 1 c

A cc. ..,

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SiceirT t~huli' Iii the .IianM) coCteffi

LDoes not

: )strao I

Cotqr~r tfre lair

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Put This Stove In

Your Kitchen

It iqs onderfully
convenitent to do
kitchen orJ (< a
stove that's ready
at the instant wantLd,
and out of the way the
moment you're done.
Such a stove is the New
Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook-Stove.
By using it you avoid the
continuous overpowering
heat of a coal fire and cook
with comfort, even in dog-
days The




..i" YO1K. Ai|ill 1 -. Iohn I
I. I! r has liotifli-d th.l ste ring
( t (I ohef th' VeRlt Ride' Ne'igh
i I1 OIlios. which he founded and
h *"j'i* -uiilrted. that It nitut find
ie ,er'.on or im-rlons who sill aS.
i Ithe' annual hurden of (.'.*io, to
k ,* I he ii: fitit tion, at'% as he' is no
lo..ic;r dipos ld to c;;ak this earl)
outlay. In coniseque nce there' i grave
danger of the collapse of one of the
most far-reachingl charitable organiza-
tions on the wett side of Manhattan.
Mr. Rockefeller erected the- West
Side Neighborhood Hlouse on a Islot
of ground he owned at Tenth avenue,
land Fiftieth treee. about ten years
ago. It has been estimated that at
least o1.0.o, boyh and girls annually
avail tbemnsel.es of Its advantages.
1 new Include night and day nurseries,
a library. kinderwartens. gymnasium.
tennis and basketball court and howl-
ing alleys.
When Mr. Rockefeller founded the
Institution it was with the understand-
Ing that the Fifth Avenue laptirt
church, of which he Is a member, was
to operate the house and pay all Its
running expenses. Three years ago
the members of the church arrived at
the conclusion that this was too great
a burden for the church to assume.
and they notified Mr. Roockefeller.
who has since carried the charge
He has no idea of reclaiming the
property. It is explained, hut does not
feel that he should continue to put up
each year $25.000 with which to oper-
ate the settlement in addition to
what be had already done.

-Augu ds te Spsiq d I&--


Siullii of ( le I)ollar an n upward will Iw
received on deposit in this department.
I lterest at the rate of 4 per ct. per annum.


.M. to 3 P. .---

ampa Jacksonville Baily


av' (*:iit-v ill< for Maicanipy, Fairfield and Ic.
. . l* l a r

t'turl SmttC, .lr\tity, Palatka,
i :kv' City', 'alo ii -Tia. t141all Poinits North

A. I. lnass. Gen. Supt.


4:25 PD,

#;.(IN p-
9:3(4 p b

L. E. Barkor. Traffic ff

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411hteic. jI ilays~~m1

* e c' .r li re 'tjII ~t't
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". CUSHMAN. Aoent, Gaiville, FIoi
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ArIvPrtise iI T'IE S5N

Food Chmpper



Steel Cutters.










Wick e alme Oil CookSove

is so comnucted that it does sot add pmaeptibly totbe hea d mofa .
It differ frm all other oil toves in itsubstaatial CABINET TOP,
with shelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food
hot, sad drop shelves for holding small cooking
utenil. Has evety convarenaceven to ban for
owel. Thrsizes Withof withoutCabintTop.
If nt with your dealer, write our mnelt agency.

a Lampa fo
Family me-om-9 Pcor-
eeient,conomMical, ad
a (s.e liRgt give. If sot with yor del1r,
wmn owur n agmcy.







Will Commrnce Putting on the Paving
Material Today-Trets Are
Slc ng Rrrrcvcj.

*r. .4t (4 i 1:1 rt ii i iit I -t': i le It( q '' Ii

For se'Tiral dlaysa 3 fort' of ni4tvi
.;I% I- 1). 11 I ..' ltliz t III
-r 'iii r, i I* -~
4 1 a 41 1 1 -r Ieel--tr f it? 1 4 ji e
a If png the- lila. ill sb-icAiia ik. h tut
Ijk- anii iilroe~e~d 2t-ita.r.ia
it has iw i 4)hi. "1 o 3.4- till.
A ce'ni'n1t glitter will e'lplaced
al.4 1- thtI tII tuthrughfarvon o b)I h i t b o
tiorh 1(id -oiith idfir *-and the iatctriail
to Im- tim-iid k% rt'a +lO n'I vilt, 1 anied.
She' road rotllIr leeiwig usved to xvit I hs-
lor4"urt' on (the' niateriAti to make' it
fc IIilJacl
%%'heu fiuia'he'd this stre-'t will afford
1 xr-at on~viiii11CI to ll liartie!-
4411nili n froii t li'it twe't Ii en of the city.
and1 will 3F4I\ C e'NIol cily njantage-
1iii l ti t he peoplhli a f tht. North (Gane's-

cant t Ee'A tra',.r#-, thiis route at all l .--
-0)11% a:11 01)d n t he' eiitlle'd to go
flit irih r niaud aind water. as has eif-vi
:I iiiel tit lll Oil Pleasant street.
Council Meeting Tonight.
Tlect (11 puncitll %( % Iill ilni it tonight
.a :::I$ o'clol-k for the- llj~tt~rei- (of ro-
-li4rn zan.%nan i~t Hi. to thei'regi st rat toi
114mkkl tIhat inal y ha i lie' .- itulire iji'rI.
A-rinkI k.ii lli tit.-Ii. thel l'artif- ihatr

lit dtr h m ; %ais r cpi
f ;C li, lt.r-uiaal.'ii ilt'ef t ae- i a0L.: .121' thilig
'-fol liii li ill 1ii .L. 1I. I; it 1 '1
111.6 -11 poll if(-#it ta. .* 'alla. (Illa
,i Il I a 10a- 1a. 111t -: T h..1L.\\11 t ('l111i 1
4',-- :o l I ll :



White Mountain



Solid Oak

Also Agents

for the


Cooper & McKee



Sin ed throughout
i1th Nep)tun" lining,
ith be hest non-conduc-
tor for heat or cold.



Ishe teraJ'-
mark which is
on every genr
ine bottle of

Scott's Emulsion
sold in nearly all the
countries of the world.
Nothing equals it to build
up the weak and wasted
bodies of young and old.
Smd tMbM 0adwlteineo. wb
lm of ie mbkcl t i k apmmr
iaamh iMOfew (fto cr pm .
Ca VOW 4 pbtm u. .
wf a mWw.td" n :g :: n
MK &r *WIoL am OProd L. KL T.



"Pat" Graham ard **Babe" Centor

Will go There to Co Sc. e
Old.Fiahion Stabbing.

S~vii tii'it-L intir# i-? taI- '1 tIt
If x411 (.1111% 1Iatt fit -% i', II Ia% 414-1i10*4
'aI-a.:t i:. a 1411

Eathi'r mlidl Rtit liiime. rt la' t m wiii a'hi toc
geI it i practice. u.ork. .anId (Captain;ra.
-IIa i 1 .I e .I -.....I A. I

*,a Ill 'l 1t 11 II lH4 1 1 I4 l illl Il|ll-ll df'
id4td it woulhdl 14,. I'-,t Ito la\, th
J. J. FINLEY CHAPTER. .'4lt,'.-t oil ts ,, E,!:.
For thel past wee''k the%, ha I lIothi
Cece;a*e. t lStato Convention at St. hen hard at work lira(ti('iiK and
Augustine Elected. ,.ac.h id, i co^ nflhleilt of i(tron. buti
An interestingly nimetini of the J J. i they. anr a .- *ntl matched the r Finle.v chapterr 1'. 1) C.. .was held 1oulht alunit the- fiial re-sult.
Thursday afternoon at the' residence -pfat (;rahani. the turdly little
if Mrs. Thornton Stringfe'llow. III hort~tolp (;f the' Oak liallp woll be- in
.ipiti' of the' thre-ate-ning as .lect of thi. hi.s old (ilpoitiln. diggKil|I tihe 'hot" ones
weather there was quite a large IUill- out of the' saond and lbullini: down line
(w r |pre-se-nt. Cre.'dentials were' Ireselt dri.... '-s Itai-' Ihlnton. tit flfee't-foote'd
*'d front four iil-w nie'niTers. Aftvr the- traisartlo n of lth' routine. ;ak' (tar of I.-ft 1l4d. illid it .tll N,
business the historical program was il-.asiing to watch their "l-eouliar kid"
take'i Up. 'ak' "'-ni in. While nt Ilthter of thes' '
Il .'l.at.es tI to lhe State.- 'll% tIli.llOi tia laid .s .laiini lIt v ill 'i-it the s'.iih rn
to is' h#eld in St At A .ti iu-lii.,. Ma.% :. ,',.1 i the, t elard, the'. % ill still it of
we-r-l *l.-rct-d as follow-: M1r.- .1 I. i,. .i amd ad i 4,,nugh Ito ke-e-p theit
Ke-lle-y. Mrs .1 \V Tl'in h Mr (; K t,.alli ahI.ead of the- (oil ,e., Ieho ,
llroo rii.- atlld Mr. .1 .le-dlln; al ( others of th I k IIt llallagrregatio:
te'riiatest'. Mrs. J \. l'atton, Mrs A. will li, ;ani.lig th l.:ui:-h. and th'v.
H iarlt-r.. Mrr- F 1 '. l H.nder.son and so utlt agiti..I ( oil. of the strongest
.Mi.s (;rtrtudl.. Mosr. ,,ll.'g,. t-alis .t i (r p out out by the.
Th.' t-halitcr tnjo *yd ai so ial hour Ini'..rsit "'- watlitr'- Mitche-ll. of
,At th ('I-,.. ot h, ni. 2-lit i. dirin ;ig last ,';e' ar ls Oak lfalla ill b onil the.
% hiiil tinm. d.licion.- r-fre. hiieit- job both with the willow and in the
c-,re. -erT' d by ine- host'pssi i, hi
Death of Col. B. A. Coachman. TO INLAND AUSTRALIA
('Col Itei.njanmii AIllIton ('(a t'101h.1n FOR YOUR HEALTH
dd lA'het Thutir-l l\ at his horn' in l
;,, -'-,JI\ilj' Il i itl. ti.li hi ,.rF. ROUND TRIP ONLY $1.00.
1 1 i, t' r 1 .ti rri l :i i li!n : ea r I ;a
.. I' .l 1. I -r .1 .; I|' :. 'I' 3 I I', r \ i II ,e i t' : ;I' '
i. lilt" ,uI aa.:,,,.1 li::iI.,iI pt.) l|"
;* e ', I, ll.t !t l a., 3 l : l l ill it 1 l- *" I o i6 .1, ';ll t t i:
r I. I..1 a- : i;i' u l ';i i rit a. r r ;i i I ml i oi '

r 1e l t Iii.-\h r i ? if''a i a t ia -
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i ,, \ l l t-. 1 ."4 I i, l .' t i l i l"

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"r l ..i, i .t Io :... h I ,I ,.I i:b ,'* Y I v' ll \ I t l ,' *11" I .,

!. ( i 1 1Mcved to Country. Si. l ,l,,'. i tl 1 e ( 2 I i ll L I l
\ I ( 1 I ,t,. t-- ;i I I ,,:>. h .... -t ri... t r h h o ,t
11 i ** *, i. ,| i 'n,' '1 I 1 1 I If~ t aii kill I tII g. r ii- it v i ri ii ;it h ,;:i,'
T 1 *If .- .1 1 I f a I i Vh r lit i I!.- i ;* :. i t. hat : '
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111aii oI If I 1 < i/. II- I itI. -t II, t11 l ,,, I.% l i, i ,!. r .!lr I, l ;IIli* a r.
__ ____ tiol of1" *il lrh r. of,'a.. i'osilc i old
M cved to Country.,r%(ll i c(i t \1"% fo l 11141114..

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fa.i a I 'C a hi." '(I a cia ijI I 1Ii!'

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I hti l ] i I 4 1 t .1 iit L .
IaI t pi a i a' id I a' It i4 i
a.- t .a .a t.a I.e a. 'a E~ial

Eminent Authorities Say
, 1 1 ..1 .. .. I .

S I f A t! : tr ,.,l
.II i ( I l r ;
S ..r .t II a t
Irl it At drug storef.

Qis DyspepsIa.
You Womeyr c I k da. Cives.
smedlr teW Iro b IutbWu, r tora-
adch, gioMah durew mad dcN JadarChe.
ISO cmCe a larp bo a

1 a.. i l i r i 4. r .. i .u
1 1 u' a\ I -t a(r .' a i't! !s





THlE S4 'ViTI'$LAI) ; l.%I I ol)E 114 W$,E

is now readywit hit it" Ietlw1 Iie (f

Ehdy-to-Wear Appael fhr e Win rmd

ChiWMr ii the Nw Styls for

(;I Vlues-rio atig Method
(;ooxl IValues-Accom modating Methods

Address all communications to

B. H. LEVY, BRO. & C


k-ArliS S. JORVAN.




Fire, Life and Accident ".-"'**1*


Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun




- *ie'I~,, mflw

I, 9Il

G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Grail, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
Iighest market price paid for Chicko, Eggs and etOe* Predo.
A Complete stoet o Hay. Cora Ot4s. ow. Brm, keal Cotto
Seed Meal sad Rye. We haadle oaly the VIy Mst goos
at lawest Preime sad mgwlrdtee &a mlay.




For .


I o Ir at *'ither tf tc 'todrt a mnt.
.N iT ,1,1) AWrFUi APRIL.:;, ,Ii9W

t 'I '- I # ..I% 'It Ia f e ecea It


1, AFINi I'N
M.c .1:1 j~~"t

Livery, Feed and Sale

Harness. Wagons, Suppies

Davis & Oliver




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t~w"--~ --~r~ booF

31'Ail! ki: (IAl

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*Y g sag ........ Gterasp e F..

m e ta Hayamae Moeek.
S-...... IN, -mtm ,

R apNO f leamwmw .-kame kto
S hN o tato -e eheerh ta a m
-- o =a& lim tAaM

amll., n ofo
fta s" de aN emns M Wtnbe
eans mL h

at Vog Matd I tM mitorU

I, Ad t7 i am mI tom a te

SMsete osf t amt Pho

StlodU ut -pt vhitto I
Avan se,, tw~r

m auit meweal t t aM

p heow a rlse m Cab ms t

SwaItMM of the UadvenitY

to la eti r-gat L4 at
t the e ig talet ISa
TeA ftS h Ot rmiew wr
b0 UlSve ty aIgmron tho
Rg i We ptmu o wlm a reat

M. Li aeee I1 sy is the mfute
Upsn eso heas a heard
a his geat l o usue n aor

O e ami a wepek srvi
gesdy stoe rsm ol thde afd-t
mNsbm&u aro hom d by

O 1U the -Is -m IF
s l Mmmi at lare members.

e et thse anrselts u theD

Ilet ball now is mestolraegS
MS emoei am the am Of i

h m bbvmth e et
LA se both ag ey is mew to
St ageLea to metre har the I

hebgl a ig the de
The -et mrisulats S
-asterM adiml rstate are

to take hp is duties as
Seaster tfem Mlmehe emuty,
he woul he plesed to have his

To peasse to hear fre amy r. his

The tariff bill mow before Cougrcsan

will likely have a hard road to tratvl.
The laterets which think themuelsc,
Injured by the proposed louer dutia*
will be sure to AIht as utruuousuly as
they always do under such cilrcuu
saaces. and then. too. there i ct rtAili
to be the usual trualle twbl.i .lj the
aIdtucat"ed the coU.mUllr uand tllhr.
of the producer

It in nol ho bu iuan)> Wt thillK II.
this life hblhb oI. hli tiihat ilt,
but the use .he ii.ikv, ,f tlih l II.
n ay be- r up oiils t1 Kt tl if l.~. I
hllbUei ur lihe-. ui J. htlli r tI it, tI i.!
he Ui4) ej uo) ) lie-l wi th ll ai lI

The lu illpie'lel r ll4 i n0 ln ,Ii .1 i i A
pruiupll) icruam i Iht! c ,i .. ,,.
Ia factor of C'ul .a ii **i'* 1. .

With 54 pewr cent HOATO I)AVIS. Maor
"Now prali, to Mary aind her lambni. Att J )KI.. ('.y Clerk
Who did the sabenme InLent. ,
To clothe one-half a girl inu uool K fITS COLLCTED
And oune half In M-'r cent
'All honor Itm, to MNar s friend AIYNER
And all p.rotc'tie l\ tac THID FLOOR
That clothe- thet rich Ine rn.l u.iI DU1i I UIt tI
And irap the' Imu)r int t;e slIaCIOSOVILLE. FLA

'tuarrl i-A lhf.. eeiteIlltit I, s, ee irif ', c
Idve jue. t Iu itileliK It 1 e e.111%
4cam.p bI.. e ilt. e- 4 111
I lleel ee r Sonoii t .. .
tI olilet ist11 4' %Itle I t eeI'I A. Io
Mil Al' c I.,I Il I I .
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Senator Var of North C(arollna "Th.' l'h1llmlhlr Il.'rl -'-
was oe of the greatet men the South hle il.ternli;rriatl e het.. 1 r: -
ever produced and during his Ihtbli e r.dicasll antithetical a- the Angl,
ife there was more than one nmove)- 'c(,n and the .llJapan.se ouight lnot to,
lent among mmen manufactaretr in ito; enc.raled. the- I-oIlI' of Sat iFrant
go over to tho Repubhlican upon the : n 4* nnl tI ho- undiuli e r<*-l-. o,.r
protection assue In one of his last .rol.o.d tunan of a <4';allfornhi
campallns. when Penator Vance I 1 th aln OTrtitl HSI.' h.r-ef ha-
reached a county In which there se.re'. r,!e,.r1r rharacterlz.4l the. utllronr tof
masy cottoo factones. he was ap- ""' protE.tants 'It 1- hut the cry oif
preached by a Democratic county ,rthlnking iwroon. hho In a ,week will
leader, who aid In substance: hait ftorlot that I xil d In their
"We have a very elo, fight In our mad ambition to clamor againstt somni
county this year. The cotton mill thing' l elre
people, most of them. believe In pro The Norfolk Virilnian-Pilot says.
tecttom but will vote with us on State "It Is to he hoped that Mr. Talft lr not
sames. I have come to request you to establish a new record as the w.r
not to discuss the tarll question here ppattic President. lHe Is credited with
today. It might drive off sotes six absencs from Washinlton dlurina
The great war Governor. who was the' three weeks which have' clape.d
always more noted for forlter In re since his Inauguration. and we have
than for suaviter In modd. replled. Intimation of several lunmm. r tour
substantially saylag: 'If mo(l of through the dllferent sections and a
your cotton mill people believe la pr trip to Alaska later on. We would
tectloa, my duty s plain. I must not Impose too rigid a rule for home
speak the tariff and give them the staying but absenteeism from the seat
trth that will destroy the sophistry of government is a habit In which
by whlkl they have been deceived. oleals may easily over indulKe. We
I woulM ot be true to my duty to have one Wandering Willie at large In
them, to myself. or to the party It I the country now. making his counsel
w to dodge here where preaching and oratory cheap by their common.
the trthL seems to be neededl. ames; it world be best that the Presal
The loal leader couldn't disuade dent shun the example."
him fron h purpose. He told his
eals: "Governor Vance will not DeOfnes Cann et Cured
otale to reasm mad we will lose the By local applications, as they can-
08mty. He Is determined to speak o anot reach the diseased portion of the
the tari." When the speech began, ear. There is only one way to cure
tee we not a few among the party deafness, and that Is by constitutional
leader who wer depresd. All remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
the esttS mill owners and employers. Infamed condition of the mucous tln-
dilaSeeted o the tariff, were out. In of the Eustachian Tube. When
The Governor pluned at aoce Into his this tube is Inflamed you have a
abjeot He told his adeace that rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing.
es had reached im that some of and when It is entirely closed, deaf.
aem were teaied to favor protection nes is the result. and unless the In-
--te detrtme of the robber barous- flammation can be taken out and this
"that he may take who has the pow- tube restored to Its normal condition.
er. and be may keep who can"-and bearing will be destroyed forever;
he proceeded to make the greatest nine cases out of ten are caused by
tariff speech In North Carolina. He catarrh. which Is nothing but an In-
arried hs hearers with him, too, as lamed condition of the mucous
well as farmers and business and surfaces.
profeesonal men. Before he finished We will give One Hundred Dollars
he had them olauhlng as he reekted for any case of deafness (caused by
"Mary 1Pad a little Lamb" with varl- catarrh) that cannot be cured by
atieM showing how protection rob. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
bed applauding his declarations for clr. free.
equality of opportunity and o ta- J. CHENEY CO., Toledo. O.
S all ot p ty o d by druggists. 7c.
toiea or private beneLt Ta Hall's Family Pills for consti-
Later Governor Vance fialshed that pation.
pom and read It In the enate. It
was received with shouts ot laughter. NOTIQ9 OF EILCTIOl.
eve Repiblicana senators leanlan
back i their ats and giving uare- Under aad by virtue of the power
raMad sway to ther mirth. Here and authority vested in me as mayor
Is the poem: of the City of Oalneavle, Florida. I
ary had a it hereby call a election to be held la
Wr Mary had a Itt lamb.
Her boe a no int.said City on
To = 16 wool beyoad bm worth. Tuesday, toe Ith Day of April, 1901,
Bringa per cent. or the purpose of electna the follow-
tIg ocfcers for the mad City to serve
"A p5aer irl aero the aa for the periods set out herein, towit:
Had one sall lamb al One Mayor, one Marshal. one Clerk
Whoe wool for less tha half that sum and Treasurer. one Tax Collector, one
She'd willllnay lot o Tax Assessor. each to hold office for
"Another girl who had no sheep. a period of one ear and until their
No stockings-wool nor flax- successor are elected and qualified
But mosey emnouh Just for to buy Four Aldermen, each to serve for a
A pair without the tax period of two years from the date of
their election.
'Went to the pauper lrl to let One Member of the Beard of Pub
ome wool to shleld her feet, lic Works to serve for the term of
Aad make her atocklg s, not of flax. tt. .ar
But out of wool complete. The polling place for the said elec-
"When Mary saw the girl's de-lln tlon shall be in the rear of the mu-
She straight began to swear nicipal building on East Main and
Shed make her buy both wooland tax Masonic streets.
Or let oe legs o bare The polls shall open at K a m. and
close at sundown of aid day.
"And mo she cried: 'Protect. Reform! A suno D A s oa, rtay
A. J. IaCoata. D. A. Rohbertisonc
Let pauper wool in free! and A 8. Taylor are hereby apllointed
If it will keep her legs both warm I). dL ('h r
r inspectors and J I Adamson cltrk
What will encourage ame?'
otf said 'lectIeon.
"So it was done. and people said Witnlees way hand and w-al of saild
Wherever that poor girl went, citv of (;aiirue'\ llh. Florida, thl. th
One leg was warm wth wool and one lith dav of March. 199

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PARTS OF FLORIDA e'"rc Ooctr ef Divity Has been
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Illiti., a n111d imw a Iiii -iiha\,- isrclia"
eord a lar;n. ;ract of (IthPr, ihvt. ran

4N )lt It 'a (l l 'cl I toe bring a larK#e
Church inof that townfr

the Norihw.t- and sell them small
truck frnl ll ron ti.a a t dterrd
Reuln J; il e Alelrou r.ght a head of
cabae ato Th Herald oitonce that D nd

quite a freak in the vegetable' line.
Thrde ca;ag \w ng tlo'edf f th e adir le rt-
ur," f r ir h l, i.,ltil .- ?,,ion.

ngll and twe.nt- f Iour distinct heads
we'r a lorged tlr.pot te. If i Orang)
other andel can grow trintyo a lar

heads ofv u-aleig NM111"n onE' stem. let
nchampiot ipttl.r to thm Mr. Milte fr
the North -t and e th all

According to th Herald offimate that
at Fort armrancas more thar A halt
iThell c badllr arto teId ewfor heading
uil. and twin ctiltfour dinstnct hll at
w'ort c forn'e' ar|o.n the s ,ma. If anyi

othnder i tron riatin ro fr whnty-four.
walks.f r-;thd nli- uildi ongs. etc. -at
them two m forward and takel thTh

quartermaster de'eartinae'iiu. whiclh has
champion oh all i it from iri Milwrk.has

re'cei'ved the' allotments made' by thhe
afordfor all forts a

aensaola hrranas more tc d a larger
amount for cmthe inttn ation of l-,inll at
Fork and for new waor th ay. anyd either
addition nearly $theo.Mnh will .x
|-*nd-d in a rropriatia, for whamr,..

the two forts inear lnsacola Tht h
quartnermast-r de|artmn).n, which ha,
charge of all iuiprosemenlilt work. has.
relved the allotnm*nti mad,. by the
War Ik*lartmno.t for all forts and
Pentarola has reci *d a larger
amount for the continuation of present
work and for new work than any other
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A1. W illiantlI.. I ti' drvon. J R.
F.animstr. Ifo H. It. Ayer. and Prof.
()nio nl. all of (;ain i.nill -il R,'v. !F lD ln-
Dt. D. I1. of Archer. Fla..1 IIR J. i .
M .-. I ).. of Alachua. Fla; Re. .I.
It. Ande.rson. Archer. Fla. HRev. H W
L.awrence Archer. Fla.; Rev. A.
Mleans. McIntosh. Fla..
Music rendered in high-talented or-
de.r by the choirs of the following-namn-
-d churches: Mt. Moriah Itiaptist.
Friendshil Itatlist. Mt. Pleasant M E.
and llethel A. M. K.. directed by Prof.
I). 8. sDays.
Prof T. I). ltoe,. of I'nion Acad-
emy. this city. delivered the princil|l
address. which was highly enjoyed by
all ire snt, and acknowledged to Ie,
an eloquent, logical, and oratorical
Rev G. P. McKinney. I). I). ex-
president of the Florida Institute at
Live Oak. Fla., was master of cere-
Rev. nt. Ileckem. I) I)..of Nash
lille. Tenn.. general secretary of the'
National Haptist Publishing Ikmrd.
was present and but for the lateness
of the hour declined to further tax the-
good patience of the large audience.
Frie-nds and members of Mt Moriah
Itaptist church showed a faint token
of their aplpre'ciation to all concerned
for the great honor done their pastor
and friend by the presentation of a
purse to Rev. Dr. Fleming containing
The occasion was the first public
demonstration of Its kind ever wit-
nessed in this city. The whole con-
gregation proved orderly from begin-
ning to end. only at times, when the
speakers referred commendatory to
the fitness of Dr. Fleming. then cane
an outburst of deafening applause.
Dr. Lewis pIresentation address was
both logical and humoristic. Rev.
Fleming, having been thus honored.
used choice. spicy words of thanks
and appreciation to all concerned.

Mr. F.

G Fritts. Oneonit.t. N. Y..
"'My little girl v. 't greatly
Iby taking Foley's Orino

I.atatie,. and I think it is the ie?'.t
remedy for cons tipation and liver
trouble'" Fol' s O rino l.aati\e* Is
best for wonie-ta and(l children, as it
i. njild. i,'-w-alit amid .ff' rllv.-, an. l is
a sphleidid slriiK mne.dicinie. as- .t
'l.';ll ,' s tht' '-%.tII i ;il (' ,ar.- the.
c(,mpleullXilon .1 \\ Mcl('llum & C'o

The Penalty of Kindnees.
The uumw wb, i-,l uboui tnhrettlaws
as much as be e-,'ull carry felt in his
I~Lkt'l for ua uii'Ltl TI T. coudluctur
waited ptieuntly while be extracted a
ipLkaget of iagirett.e jpupers. four
uil'.ilw. v little vad uf truing and a
t',rrL.< rtw
"'N,,Lilug J,,iu'." maid te theuled ouru
aud iuall-uleatltl) i,,t litereat lu thu
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'ay of the Transgressor

is Lard

The wise housewife specifies Cotolene every time in place of
lard. Anyone with a particle of respect for his stomach would
prefer a pure vegetable product to one made from the fat of a hog.
Cott/cnc is :'Aiays pure; lard isn't.
Cottolcne will make more palatable food ealan lard, and food
that any stomach can digest with ease. Lard is a friend of
You can prove every word we say by buying and trying a
pail of Cottolene. All good grocers sell it; all the great cooking
authorities of America recommend it.

COTTOLENE is Ouarante-d V our gr sherby.m-
tboriaed to refund yoVr
money in came you are an pleased, after having given Cottlow a air tet.
Never Sold 1 Bulk CottoIe is packed in pails with a air-
tight top to keep it clean, fresh andwo
some, and prevent it from catching dust and absorbing disagreusbl
odors, such as fish, oil, etc.
Caoo Nk ook p For a 2c stamp, to pay potai. we wll nI
-- you our new "PURE FIOOD COOK OOK',
edited and compiled by Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln, the famous Food Eaprt,
and containing nearly 300 valuable recipes.

Made only by THE N. K. PAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago

"Nature's Qlft from the Sunny South"
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Poisto JuMtieo.
A certain couple In a New England
village. each the parent of six children.
had meted out to them a kid of puette
Jastice In whhkb they failed to see the
The woman, a widow, pleading that
she bad no home and was therefore
unable to care for her children. Induc-
ed the local authorities to admit them
to an orphan asylum. The man. a
widower, pleading he bad so bone-
keeper and therefore no one to care
for his chlldnrn. induced the authorl-
ties to admit his siz ala). Terepon.
being freed from all Incumbranca
these two married.
All weat well for a few month,.
when the authorities. learning of the
situatIon. prmptly dispatched the
twelve chlldr n back to their parents
and, the woman uo longer able to rep
resent herself as homeless or the man
as without a housekleper. they were
forced to reeelve them.

People past middle life usually have
aome kidney or bladder disorder that
raps the vitality, which la naturally
lower in old age. Foley's Kidney
Remedy corrects urinary troubles, stlm-
ulates the kidneys. ad restorcs
strength and vigor. It cares uri acid
troubles by strengthening the kidneys
so they will strain out the uric rctld
that settles In the muscles and Joints
causing rh. sa~atism. J. W. McCollum
& Co.
Sun "Want" ada. bls rim lta.


Tuner and Rebuilder

Estinmatr Furnisdh I Promptly and All
Work Guaranteed.
References: Adn lre:
Je'- Fre-t Pi ano,('o. GAINI VILLE,
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The Title Question

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It pays the farmer to plant only the ber. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."

W" .f bob IM "4"bf d I" FM E MO
We are now hooking order for Pe and other eMaaoan euds. We
will be glad to send you priem oa mrmqwat.

W.e. MIX sEE aaIIBA Chnid, L .

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One of the mot valuable feature operating In varltoem ler t of e
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are unifoer In their equip
to the public generally, is our csnnec ment and in their methods of e
tlon wi t the xtensive long distance eating.
lines of the American Telephone and Only by ramn of thief lose trafo
Telegraph Company and the other as- arrangement between the Sol Tole
sociated Bell Telephone companies phone companies Is it peesible to go to
We own thousands of miles of long a ISll Telephone aimeo anywhere,
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long Distance" and be put in
which we operate and in addition can communication with almost any paint
connect any telephone in our system in the country.
with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, irdit.
in which a Bell Telephone system is ing throughout the nation, a used
operated. daily In commerce and for social pue
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer and
most modern and improved construc- citizens in all walks of life and or
tion and are maintained at a high plant hero is an Important link In the
state of eff..iency. The Bell systems, great chain.

Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

Iffcient Service. ReIasuae Rates

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Toa ts VotW of tk* City of G l
atsOmers: Ville:
"s''-- As MMagy a UaIe lle nder Knowe Goverfno--A. W. Uilchrist. Talla- am a candidate for City Marshal
T Wool. BMam. for re-election on April 13. I havt
Secretary of Btate-H. Clay Craw- served the people faithfully and effi
Slf Na trtoe slls yoy arra ictk. ford Tallhassee. cletly. nglht and day, and my record
Nahta tells yo all abeut It Comptroller-A. C. Croom. Talla- i open for Inspection.
OlW = Ir e n of te ore al.c t;bassee. If my service during the past yeat
h to- re I n et or too freq y action; Tlas arer-W. V. Kaott. Ta!lah .- has been satisfactory I ak the hi. i'
Sl heteoAny hrtiary trouble ttlls of kidney e. port anlid vote of *':tch andI ePt ry (citl
&P Uw eanw e to fi Sta M. Attorney4-Gneral-Park M. Trnm- ean who In qualified I crn ntilv
bg ar WOaWr and b Agw*r. httan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney mell. Tallahapiee. promio the satre P r\lo ad I halt
ItwTOl Two Metl 10 W1I I1 Commissioner of Agriculture-il. E. e. deavored to iie in the past.
Tell T lar I Th Relledill. People lu tbwise tnity testify to Mclde n. Tal.allai-e Yours for ord, r.
k ny 1 o1Sad I to l i1t hlo. Supt of Public Instruction-W-'m M. iI-;N T AR.NOV.
os letlsseii mtelet Jo... Ecktrt. Tholmpon mtre ft. Hollaw ay. Talla hate. --
we a id that the Ra1 ylolanl Starke. Fla.. ays: "I am very glad Pre.ideint of the E-nate-hIunt W. I take this met' ad of Informing thie
Vtht an er r tM of to recommend Doan's Kidney Pili ailrrin. Key V.-' public that I am a candidate for City
111 d1 Oe teo t to eeI 4 1 t1e al they proved of great beneft to me n- Marshal at the election to be held on
P IlOy fa tl taiIhri to whb The passages of the kidney secretions Carl yil O0mer: Agrll 13. 1909. I respectfully eollcit
l ut- were irregular anJ when the sere- Clark and Aait- L the support of all voters, irrespective
Sil tons were allowed to stand they d- vllle of party dilation. and promise to
posited a sediment My back abed Peslblic Intruction-Dr. J I.faithfully and Impartially discharge
a s obe ta t l t m lten- amselyad was v ery lame sad sori e Kelley. Gainesville. the duUes of the office should I be
StI. -- ta th sliath adfor th Um toed Sot o or tertf-P. G. Raey, Galville; Oili elected. Respect fully,
-ma It Rtmer the l I M o rTt rswaellm maorn Cosy Jaudge-H 0. Mason,a al- CHAS. C. WARREN.
=tloomil" so rma&rising wasUnm andlVille.
SWhi r ta I i t Alr th Iard o.f TW. Aumdnss--W. W. Colso n ; O FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
-t = -- to ate- Dst W Pins aildel to Ta. To the Voters of the City of Oalnes-
S S the WAS geSS; Tax Collector-W. D. Dicklnao. Tole:
Thlae ml a ca eeyo d ecmphleafte Mae mlGaloerlle. I respectfully announce myself a
Thebo ad tbe lameoosb d Ii
400 l r eh a-li al tm n hdy Trturser-eJ. D. MaIotheo. GaW.e.- candidate for City Tax Assessor for
A 1 Sgm i n a 41ad iyIkdneyte alec Twilleo. the year 1909. Having been Tax As.
0M d or to m =u uorm re thSupervisaor RegistratIoc-J. C. Me- easor for four years, I am fully pre-
0t s ew einU t1W oak r &U wdi th ler.Price e riw. Galnesville. pared to fll the office. as my record
N M1 i@ B o m t~t thed aoll IAerts. fretde nCtoe Trkes CoMety Conmmissioners-Jobn G. will show. the city assessment hav-

s Ol 0lll UllMl do all kt& th e or t.B United w Stateris. a Dnampler. Chairman, Hague; J. F. Ing been Increased In that time from
S~ iM m t llem b ts h Bu a -Dos'ea --. e Townsend. CampvMlle; J. W. May. a little over $64,I,0o to over $1.000,000
weilewve. wh Wo IIol r Ma IIv Archer: Chas. W. Summers. Trenton; I was prevented from running for thl,
ago ~ Pos tO.Pot A in no sa wy.u T A. P Calnnonr Oinesvllle. office last year on account of sickness.
Sa& mei 1 w11t" the "te sset cme Ibnt yooId Flempbls. as fit, Members School Board-R. B. and now respectfully solicit your
as d i 011s1" t a tthe tmontalns of Ethlopta. and ln Weeks, Chairman. Hawthorn; J. W. votes. W. M. BRADFORD.
a tm the iplaty of Arabia. The s' Moody, LaCrosse; 0. W. Miller.
tgownlana tem tre handed Illuim acd the wlih.i Trenton. To the Voters of Gainesville:
6F-samE etIan lt o Tt ra and rretd th p'`l: Stat Be eator-H. H. McCreary. I hereby announce that I am a can-
t 0111 0 O tioak es whch the Merndyer wh.' GalaesvilleCA.didate for re-election to the office of
m thew me e a ia y a v Maml ea n of tn k Ms obers House-tyd L. Carter, City Tax Assessor for the year 1909.
d s o "el a d te It i Mhe llmn s. CcIt .'Pds b wals matter T' aGalnesville; T. A. Doke, Santa Fe. in the election to be held on April the
SO common heliif trtoroo t.e irtewr'!-* t --*re- 13th. and molt earnestly request you

S11Ti oftt sls day tblt Wlsy was torn fron Ctny Ome: a1 to igte me your vote and support
t ac s n t ts Iv y e a distufrbance. New l for the potion.
o adg tgetorycpes oftThe aft World. MarsaMl-B. T. Arnow. Thanking you for your past endorse
Io aes imears feuets wh46 Tax Assessor-B. R. Col on. meant. I remain. Yours very truly.
~s t tbom lewed ap Durlag tthe spring everyone would Tax Coli:ector-T. B. Eills, 8r. HR COLSON
ila tll to. Iwt ---h bie benefited by taking Poley'sCKidtey Clerk and Treasurer-J. Maxey Dell
ln ay We say 1ouh egreht Remedy. It furnishes a needed tonic City Attorney -W. 8. Broome. BIDS WANTED.
k hftbein uIa Wsi a l to the kidueys after the extra strain d of Aldrme-T. W. d.
of winter ,,nJ It purifles the blood Pre o. K. roome. J. Bur The It nar! of cn t 'mi-in r
I s e eel c | t e Imprt ese from it. nett. E. E. Cannon. H. 8. Graves. 8. will rc ,.'..:t r 'ti it April
the Athpt P- ol ey' Kidney Remeldy Impart.. uew a .-son. A. L. Vidal. ids fr : >.tl of --% rag, i I
Make tO I1r ae T life sad vigor. Pleasant to take J. ord of Puhle Works-H. E Tav. coltIruct.,l in II county jail Irti.-
a si ttee ea e W. McCollum & Co. for. Chairman: W. W. Hampton. secre- L'iddinf- to u it anlt sital llc;ha I and
f 0 t PH T n jple 'llt'll- ;t~(l ld-r o-of .O-ahiw.
s Ilealtly. I the r eight h than In san "Wt ads r a. i. F. utton E J J The ard r ts it to rte
day Ti greaf a o teIn suose, a a u... tfu.e anu %or ;all bid iand, f*1, ;c ;.'
eIaMn th owmlnfbi thebtt ur eotIhillaladth:,Ithl il-ai
take place at dayti e k. They uldn't wFo l Him. r#%-, h A ', :i,'h 1 ;II m t' ti'Al ,
Sta f platm dtu rta Weltpi of tbhe M A tlorris I tl r he y ter.': *.*.*ei d .I a. .l.. i.i..v thiik at-tt All tt t
b- M Iol-at that t e I toRI Ir a V.ils.l I..,, .- I t o s sio mra" ia igh tli it'1, +t l 4, 4 oI u, it h i l,,, 1 ilt q .
2s a iat frequent whor a r'ior- lia ser !is, nI!t, -.i'(& It Id l n,.t iI, .ord|r ofr I' lird i ::id
t best cmereds to saowers or lul t.h, ir &r, t bhorn i- na iut t.Io- hIr-I i o, f M.arhi |'.*
woha s aci eedtogr o t hbIreet." their luiia, 1,se drianaiori n. G, .t T S in1111o.:e (ch:airds.m
tltny farther say: "lin rers aI no IL tr sr' .h- t Ill il. l 11. Iu. :1" Atte -t If \'I';'IENGES CI,.rk'
it that artlhqaaklnes are felt by |,Etitig n,.a- i tiit uit ro u, Sii. FlRE V-
li cnes aO kIpfard. Tbere are may pke Lies :t *l:ll,,at si;artd f i""ii thl
m d ofelr t-he sariner h or rand. ehow- .at el'Pse. 'Aa. ,a...** ,::i..I0. j,'-.11e it
1 U. T e timbers of the ve el re a k.a a "P' ll. il b16. hi. .*"" ..I 1 l t ,ua 1, "1I a a.,t
mTo eimt that ette onle the vegeli an ifB4Ito l 1a by a Ited t at'e- Aigt ol h' h 1l( t" CI e '
set Witboet their alars. There Is, -aLii 'I .i;,,s.oi p.,*spt .,1 ,,Lir.- C I T A
&be a sign Is the havena, for whom a cLleaer truiap. .i* I- ,-,ir \V h b,.tIr bl for hiant&Mal ad Childlr..
oshrk Is Bar at hand. either la the Tdid thi lh ,ria :.,r., 1 An.! TiLs ,,a Al
daytlie or a littl after suuaset a atil ifl^l hIi + h'l l t,'*', wlom th *ltrs chdet out a thie clear sky .il f ipro., : ,t k ,.i.' n ,,c r. .... ihl. 11.,1 enar-r te ta Til
dIria Itos l 'L tremor Tce water N Trm.. .ra m -t ici i sil r,.-.rv, -l. 1 !,t,,,+'I h,ai Ir.;ei i., fush''-? t a a. s jWtte'
theo ta rs h ae tt ha orut l, ba It i Trf 1 i ..,,i. :I, ,, '-, i e.u., cei eatd of trc(-lsi a
Is a dhliareabl odor." All leautiful. i l sahnl n rnante.n "l.,,k tri. 1:.1 d.n a ,; I r. i:t
IaI decribla ti- varkNl ktds of war*" Notisinalikethelniu lht gollN -o ,.*.rvt ,. k: i. .41u ,stn I...> nI. T o u o f i -ll
shocks and *lpedling os hI Investl- til taai.n% nel targnnuw, yo.. can get *1h .s ur ,u ur I ow, ,,,, T un omte for ca:llinge .rds.
th r l e olnos i CioMI, Crvakerry. f alanry SanDlR A R Lr --......
klke on th e tbI e ct tloy em arks ntil in Ttre *t .til l r f,, I. .- .. :....
fthat "arl d Id' ll'agI l tba fte; lees. e,.a 3 a ,,urel.,. t t .I IS FRESH EVERY DAY
oo the anglha of rall and walls pia" inner etr (or $I-; a*im 4j.-pierl If >ou hat l,; m d of brtat kl stE f r ie t T hoearti ,.II.- 5t .,. lil. moremensattt resneble tie roltg .own at first not. Your dollarr will buy nor Rmd to st.nithou a..l lull Th,. ""*,', I', d (ake 'k. ou
of wave i th most dangerlas. or mon thir aiek than ever Iefonr ienevr)" n, ri ; l .hl
whel t he otlioa t I as btalk n go 'o-. d pan1into ( ou- r rto *. Call ,,r'lh,,o. ,,, th. k -l E .S TA DAR ti A. GAil .Et YISTr .t -,I .. Oh nE rtin,|- ThAE
dur-tio. The Iatrite f e Nu.t a .u.r 1-ln e nt t VCO nil te.-- >:; bill ,.rl. ar a thrhli.- khlell tr*f 1 1 te1.1> l- ',rl. h ,
the papers have b nte st forth, bat it ln'" 'om ine, l. h**l.l.p J \W M.(1 ',,llult| \" t ,
ttere be no e.ape of vapor ,,f any SAUNDERSI& EARLE. -r- ------ r.h i..nlk ;.Il l..k.I In th.

for /.ry da.:- I h' y have l, ni. kn.,wu h t .' : :' it i-
to 4, 4tlln ,.* Ir tI o yers." | |
The btaloriso reodld lbe greatest l|l i|V- i +.-ih.. tolr.i ur.,,
"p gy ct ""be earth" a" bl x- TI | I UAI:
eamd il lHw di-trit ..f Mutiua durlnl | THE STANDARD MAGAZ,.Lu KEYSTONE BAKERY

Ibo c,onslBblp *of L.u luI Ml-artlus awnl I s I V j Phone 165. R. T. Schafer. Prop.
MIk'Ilu Julius. whe(,e "lto tueuntals -OF THE MUSIC \.ORLD- -
ru '1.d Ituoelt r. 1 ft tllh. UiU n a'h h
otler with a e)ry lioud crabs ad thent LO MIM CE SISTEM Fcr tCe Teachtt. the ;..-cnt. and the
receding. whie lu the dytile sunoke LO I Amateur T SYS
aud vapor lstued frim tIuheu" P'lityA
say te a.W .der .n alti e'est by "a 1 I: i .. TA A
great crowd of ltemanu kil4tbs and u 've-r tie mitH t- lr. at -'aa a. JND T A ING CO.
tatelers fllo il Ih.I Ahee itll:>l W >l au) i t e' **.- t 4 alaU asla lt CO
w e I, l l Il .. ,ast111t. ,%r
TLcI Msawe rlcter a)s' "TLae greatt \"im,,ist, i Ito a lsI"l II i ,I
eartliqualc whlblcb curreld it our t-r, irtl to Alstihe lint FiLLL I.INt OF
w ue ory was II Ibte reign to TllT rlun. .* ,'mertf,li fill P*ri l I I .. ,
by which Iwelio cities at Asia wc.re ('..Ir .ey. a,,I an l saternt.el.l .. t I *' ( NE w <*(IHM>....
laid prutrate ID cure ibght lurLtu '.' t l. i-'. I i .
the Pnnc war we hud counts uf i ,oU .. ..II ', I-
fifty seven -arthbluake itn uue yar I,!\' 1 l' Nor Ir tI ao evll liu-rely ce.,tltlng In rl I AW > al AEIW.l- ,1, a m IIA..M ,
the danger %blbb Ls prldured II the* *OT uT, TOWIKNTOl
moilon. It i n I u wlual or gre-u.tr rll l~esa &lslt Alrtrer subLcriptmon Price $1.50 Per Year aued 1iO% Vr'IE.E%
*ben t cuuidetd .as a pr ,y ti r l ,ll. ,I .ie ir oar I&,..e
The city of Ru u Uevr elrlrieDlced a
shock that was unot ltw frerrurter of 1 ; t .l
some greet sIIatllo l ah ii I4, t, tI i,..,. ) l I L'O ti ne6 ta
4 ocu takes ;a: g ood > Eas F"in W Te pIe Co 6" uaa' C e^ 'enas r
Ptaj. of: c rufe 5 te -: u v cIp OLIVER DIT SON COMPANY n a t., .d ,e
f h accouu fro Aritotle. but h OL CMPAY
efrsIes to eslltsI ar. co.lrnfrmd by TI Li lKt:x SJSI. Publihers, QII wil. Pleid
utljr Wjlters llerudoeu deerrltt. 150 Tremont St. Boston, Mass ( il.


Notice, I- h.re-h il tin 'h t ieI"''r
andb) bi irt .* of a f in.il d*o t** I"f fi"rf..
losulre of l-in tnale **dti re Ild.re'id ht
theW Hon J T W'ilsi. Jidge o*f tit -CIr-
(lilt (Court iFlg'.t.h Jiflticial Circuit of
Florida. in ad Ior Al.. hNi cilountll in
a certain chancery. caun *- th.ere.in pend
Int. on the 2.:rd day of F.',,ruar%. I1lt9.
s herein the (ity of (;ane' ll. a n mr-
ticipeiI : ; < i.et i it.... r tiii l s' s 0
I .f1, r i' '* i- *i f 1t 1
'rl '. rV4 tIIn

: ,, Itt ,It a .1 1 'll! .
(i h l !. r, Ir t '.ii;t e I r tin
C:t fif Gai.t ~ % W'c r'lT i 4bnt
SIO :h 1 it !" I ', I" '! I, i% 4 or 'r1 I ee 1 *1.
*f ln ..<-. '- 1 l I 11 *1 ;ilif IH- t I4
S ('il I)! ; .i + I'-! it .\l. rI I t I

ly. Fioridi.1 tim it
I (t One1Ir it I of tl-,' Me ('"rr Together with nil riil -iJsnuliar the'
to<,nen tetnances to the- tanrne Icelonginsif or IIn
n111'V. i- a l"1.1 e neitia:. T i-rIts :1.h
nsaie *alfle s iatt4) tald d< tre-c .tind
Special Master in Chancery
Solicitor for Complainant.

I'nder and by virtue of an execution
isiueid out of the circuitt Court. KIghth
Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and for
Alachua county and directed to all
and singular the sheriffs of the State
of Florida. I. P. G. Ramsey. Sh-riff
or said county. have levied slon and
will sell twfore the court house door.
in the City of Gainesville. Alacl! ta
county. Florida, on Monday. the 5th
day of April. 19 0. between the legal
hours of sale. to the* hlghe-t and btwst
bidder therefore for cash. the follhowinl
described real estate stitl;ate. and hIw-
iiiK In Alachua county. Floirda. towit:
The Northwes.t quarter of the South-
west quarter and the Southwest quarter
of the Northwest. quarter of Section
2.. in Township It. HRange 17. and the
North Half of the Southeast quarter of
Section 2". in Township 1t. Rangxe 1T.
Together with all and singular the
tenementss, hereditaments and alm'-r-
tenances to these same belonging or in
lanywise apllprtainillig.
The said Iproln.rtYv In in leI i'd uponll
as the pIroperl' of T. R. Pickett. to
-atisfy said execution n in f;or iof TThe
I ultoi Itank and againstt aid T t.
1' i~'t P. (; GKAMISKY.
tShe riff of Al:chuta ('cuti\. F'!riela
\V. S. ItR(H)Mr..
AttorIey fefr CI'lhintiff

I'l.l. ott. Dlvoii i:
In the 'ireu!t (ourt. lF'' th JudtIlq (',u.* ,
"ii r ta C il ';I .'* V'." :t. ;i I e" l .
.'hr I l '- l .t Irt: :, .r ef
]'ul -::vce tI Wr i4.t. I Ii ..re .
It .i'& -4'ariie aft I t 1 ,11 .* i the h:;l
Irvr the irft I 'ant tih ret i1n n i I re -*
, irrl *, 'h" -'. tl r .i' i.; liat IP tu.a d
'ife ..iecn I .4 In e, t r it f ir e I i t '-2!-

l> .t .l' .l r hid r .'? I n l iit l ,r i ,r t i.le -t r
t1'"t o tl I" Nor h iltI n h4Y
A .. l, -It :; r t 1nd le i
C c t. e ti ..r, c it 1i therefuor
*.. r-e i er I'ferisant te :amd
, hie. '. r.' ,.,r4 :, ..*i j ,ear etoe the it.. of
t'a rllint ftl kc d cuI.eal 'se on or before
ernd thI .It tat cif AI.rII A II ) I..
.,iifrralos- tile a*It'%tlaithn o a, ld >l.: ; i.. be
;a *"&en a. % onfe lt |.- laid d. lfermalr t
I. ie further rn-'ored. thlat tit i rdel-r twe Isu -
;.he ild no e i a e% k for four rewelt aVe
-f.,b If TThe (4.a n vile Sunr. a ncw-.rater
t101 I:'%: .'e tir ,l rieiint) and .to ate.
s H WIKN it MN. 'CHv ik:. i L) C
\ tr Ie .y of ordirina.
S. H WIl ;., rk ('reult s',urt
MH Si t .e*ethe-t for (nl J 11 IInnt.

li he Ilreult iurt rmIbhth Ju..IC 4i :r< :t
,.a'h.ua lalt' iv .ornia. -ln < harae r
I.ul~a! tIbf.n.t s.. TI t .a Citort, T ula.
it of the tiate of low &aM Hul n I,, P .ce
,tf Iludleli at ad In the lit' of lit,
5i.li Inf the tuie tf lowa )riler of l|ui,
It'itliUI. HI.. lee U el|t 1 lt.e l.:l<
It a.iiesearine iry la'l.t aI'iruie- I le t. he
till tilec cI t i ;1 t.ab te .i*u.d ti..riau that The
F..,-elth Trust i oniian'. .*'o rratil,,n UL
,te I er e .., l Ihe S iate ,i |ia, t,- edl.
fndaitlt tbrrra nai l I, C ne>n rr .tl. t of
th.r S.t f. ee, I" ,rinl a.,ld I ,t r, .iajl.n' .
rndl I:i. 'e ol leu'lce i l.,,. .atl.L ec, tbe
S.tatie e.r l *e i. atl it.h.t tli m s re,, i,. ., II
airte ,metII ti ( 1U t t.t ,
Ite 5 ate 'of l. : .,,- .. t h .. re. t. i-'
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Uni- T i ti .
University City.

G;i n. -\I!l. ij coe r i',ldel to be' th
moet i itelTirri itg a wel'l as th*. nio.s
Mbeattiltil I,\ In the, lintrtloer of Floi
Ida. It Is lcnat,.d itn th.- very cent.
of the' Statl half %w;t. bIliet -tin the At
lantic anld (;iill t'tl-, ts. iurrtc ilo -d I),
iands o(f -ui hI f,,rtilaty as to lie caaliabl
of prodlucliniK a threat varti of, croie-
itn the h.'art (,t the tru k krow Iim i
phO-llhat* aitd n;iaoal stor,. I1wit S!1,
ha- tlie Iie .duciati(.i.il HdI tatl:ia:
In th. State. go,,4l ch.l rchies,. wit]
edifnh* w hic.h arc. =ui, riir to ain
town I of it.s ..IZe it In hlr;la. a ith larKg
and I l (o-i tii:',i tt c ni;r ga tin-. has' i
clill;ate' whichh c11;il:i 1l I..' c ,i' ll.d ff,
h,.alth and ca'-tnurI'. All tile re' Iiatltur:t
iadlantaig's. coli.iies'd ith a lnKogr'.ir
itve a d litt.rl ill. : s iru ii(o>|olit.l t
citizeii-hi|p atc,' ur.' to make a bli
Thelre are many natural attraction
In clohw. Iroxlitiity to the city. somn o
which art Alachua Sink. I'aln't
Pralrie. the' Iievil's Mill Hop|,|r. War
ren's aCave. and Lake Newnan. all o
whicb are reached by private convey
81,Sprlng Park Stowk Farm. the larlres
and fine.-t live stw-k farm in the State'
I r only eight niiles west of the citj
and Is reached by a gmooo hard road
afTord iii a most pleasant drive.
The farmer'r of Alachua county, o
which (;aite'ville' Is the county seat
'"lie at home, and hoard at the same
place." The tellninerature is very uniii
form. scarcely ever reaching the nine.
ties in tiututner or the twenties ii
winter. The population of Gainesville
Is about eight thousand. representing
nearly every nationality on the fa(
of the earth, and straniers always
mIeet with a hearty welcome.
The U'niversity of Florida for younn
men and the National Agricultural Ex
periment Station are located within
the corporate limits of the city. Ir
fact. Gainesville has so many th'nte
that we must he pardoned If w. .t
a few of them in the following
nation of what
Gainesville Has:
One artist.
No saloons.
One Kgarag .
Four li,.Io.-.
* Four bank'.
Four dalrie.,.
One foundry
Water works.
Teln cnurches.
O(ts g. Iplaunt.
T0o till ho|l>s.
Tbree bakerie's.
Ten Ihh icia !.i.
Six fruit stores.
To r, gunsmiths.
Six re.tatiralliis.
()it. se.'A tire.
Itoiard of Trade'.
lx ldrnK g tore-.
Four shoe .hops.
State I'tleersity.
Ma(onic Temple. ,
Twentv law Ars.
Two painIt .hops.
Ftoiur ctiiittrattl)rs.

Two (u1<4 *r 're' h<.
1Six l 11.11- w lt.
(ir,,. 1|u !i<, ii lrrry.

Two c i ii. ir.

'r.Two I ;ti r.li
'ttor le l r i i, t h r -t

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A tI I i ,h I r- A '.
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Two fs.rtlllzr tiatuifam t ri.*.
ri%,. fire Inigi'ranc- ago neles.
% %oIio.r% 111111 wIifl ,jitabes.
M);.' i t t .tl ii-k t fat tory.
Aii -, El ir i hI rilfitit r two

TI ', of % Iw 1 %Iiii. tu i t Iii i n g t I I)t
TFo .hl- .ikigrain and Itit-

N ti.i t i 011 .i f)fI, I, 1 A llI
Th.- Mt'. 't oji. r.i hi u *. in the. State
A tomIt rilmo 14lit tu Id tiic tamlI to I.
Sr. cto. I to c-t % hena coulll-1iito-

.ti~ttier; j; it~to;. niAut htilats and la
More' tod il. "f paved 'tre'e't4 and
xr:atnolt:jle it, tidsalks than an oth.'r
to~is. In the' int'rlor of the State.
Au liC.e~e*( court hroue built 01 brick
and stone a ho-Autiul Ptructure andi
the lawns. floliea beds. shrubbe'ry
Contfderat" monument. etc. surround-
Ing It. make It a most attractive plc-


rahamm kIlllg Ia M Mainll traat I
11l Phoe 1I. Ail Long Ditan



Ofces In Graham Building, over
Saunders & Earle's store. Phone
No. 3.6.


03c oem Oateesvile Natme ha,
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S06 ovoe Duttom A O e. a
Phoas 2O. Gae-sllk VIg

&AINESVILLE. Alachua Co., FLA,
M0. io. Haymano Bloek



Can sell ljour ;It property. (au.-
proved and unimproied), pho lpate,
iruekinp and farmiinp land .-.. *
a list of wLat you (fer for sale. 2142v
&lid Solicitor in Equity
lRe Fetate, Co nveyancig and theI
eral Praetice. All tb,'inese promptly
attended so. (Othte tnet duortodetu
office. -0A:SIV I 1 IOwii'


Lalv eWI'

Practice In all Courts.

State ant

Omces o*er GtalseiU NtUwesl BW &

We Ask You
to take Cardul. for your female
tr ubles. because we are ure tt
M:il help you Remember that
ttLs grcat lomale remedny--


r( -f tz, thC=Ln ct
L 1 ...- ).S.It.l. J ri. 10
I&i l '.-- 10. t ..ckk C a &.
*I, f~' ...1 V Iit I~lh
l ? t .~ Try it i
Sold In J Tili Cl 94

au 00 .0 af f& Att'""""f 1 Aa 00t +5, f, aftA f &A1" ; d""gHi



In Which a Resident of Alachua County Will

be Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificate: Valued at $3,150.00 Furnisd y

The Bush 5 Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre-

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

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN in

Behalf of Bush & Safford. .


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 Decemher 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : :

Additional Gifts
In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $4 N Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be used
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano. These due bills will be
given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To de firsh m I i e doad to e ioNS vrl, a in W fr ad r.......ftU
Toi te seccr msi recemiig te mat t rote a l M fr ea hri...... ...$175.0W
To dlw mt su* txrhlhoeM rth* wkt. a d Mh for arm*for...... ..9 S0 S4U t
'l'hese dtil ,ills Ilmy Ie used by the Winners or canl Ie disposed of to anymore
for aiy value thel.yy ay see fit, and will Ie worth their face value upon the pur-
ellnse ,f (Ione of these new lpianos.
SI lii the event of a tie for ;ly prizO offered, a prize I-imllilr in all respects there-
to will le givel. egt' of tlo-e tie ing.

How and Where to Get Rules and Regulations
1. The rcontet is open to anyone livin laIn
o -S AI. hua county who AI knoe n by the conductors
o V of the' The following n.erchants s ill give on l t |t'er *. to them sell kuown.
for every ct.it Iaid into, their etabliahnb :it- (or 2. '. t:2l.l ee... attached or relative of the pro-
goods hblcb they handle: Ipr. tor. of the abiU eInaond flrms are eligible to
The GasnesvilIe Hardware Co. Iartilj.at&t In this cout.bt, and will parti(ipal t iLu
Phlefr Bros. 1io fItazl er
Hyde & Tench. t1. In the ev'.et of a misunderstanding between
canldldutes or ithber luterested In tbhis contest,
SV 4 Ru (uchb colntruvTr-y may be referred to the con-
WWtrI W I lJ D t ducr, torf of cnirt,'. who alone are the persoLs
Ballot box,.s ill be found in the e.stbii.h qualih.d to reniidr derlt.clon.
Ui'ntlit. <,f IthI liii re l..iiit IIIg tlotn and at Th.' 4. In the esni. t a candidate d ti.J >: to nu.
Hunt otli, t \ (,t*- s, t.t I. imazl ujust Ibe dir.ctied draw from the r., e,. Sucb caBId ..dte will not be.
to tih. \'u.tn z, ('cIt .-t i. artmU nt of The Sun, allowed to tIran fi r \it a. to tie crtd.t of auother
E;uiit,-\' li' I: rt!.i caudluale in the r..ute 4L

'T.' --E DAILY STT j
t ~t : NC Subrla.ritK
$1.25- Three months' su' sripticn ........ ......... 400 votes 500 votes
$2.50--Six months' subs riptio. ...................... 1,000 votes 1,200 votes
L $5.CC-0scc yi;e 's suLsci:ption .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 votes
For a club cf five o0ne.year subscriptiv b ( '. ). 25,000 votes 30,000 votes
S or a club of ti, ix.-mo,,th' ubbcriptiois ( )...25,000 votes 30,000 votes
'11I ,* 1. l i t i it It t i, i n r of ,C li,! .- r-lI i ,' ti -itii t li.t'v -,t'ure'.

S1 0C- O:, y, su s st ti .. .. ... .... 400 voteb
S- 1r .1 1 I- ,., -' ht. I 1 I ....... .. 4,000 vot

. Sol citing votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the proprietors
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VllId HAmB e- tha CM*.

rtpe tomatoes -very Bae
i li.
& Brtle
ArmnA d Micaopy was la
Petty t Melatosh was a visit-
Be city yaeerday.
t very oie fat bes f o the

moler of Newberry wa vt
S6w JoBlf et Lbe Vtow was a

I Wey e wll tave todra

Ik- n "'-- ;H:= _' ... ... .L
re., hi g ] g DRegn0
the VIorsmo to &e eir
V M gad f Xtter j-c ars

As ot ay l has ftemed
a sho t visito teads at Lake

mfa the vi0itoft to the elty ye
L. Dempsey. the etrmator. left
m a irt W beimem vit

f WIe ae ait to h ed eto t what
atoes avagsa M" Io. Look ar
-ap" &s Smday's paper.
g. Well f Platlh. wbo has een
Ill MrM. C. beMab a Ia the
tes days. rmelad to her horn.

W. Whte of COim, e the
citl s of toht plame, as
the Thwray vitars to
W. C. Jo.-la d MJi-mopy was
the Otr yetway. me wao m
to Jaulasonvle, whberft e was
.L ILntterlob d ICedar Key was a
to the cty yeseray. He as
essciated In bsalesw la that
or may yYears.
a moonlilgt automobile ride
$10 per bour for party of ix
smew. Phoe 3I,. or leave your
to Mller A Vdal's.
-e MaIasn and wife have returned
ia peas at visit to St. Augustine.
tbr went to take in the festival
of the Ponce de L~con celebration
Mrs. Itevllle of Jacksonville. who
been visiting her daughter. Mrs.
C. Lach. for some time. departed
tciday for (kala. whe-re she will
it friends.
D. (. larvard of Live Oak Is among
e visitors to the city. He formerly
red at Arredoado but for some time
I been making his home in the Bu-
ansne county capitall.
Dr. M H. Schlater of l Mkanopy was
visitor to the city yesterday. He
one of the most extensil e truckers
r that section and also owns valu-
le orange grove property there.


J. Mnems Invtes Publi to Call and
pent nMm Seeft
We have Just received a fine. li,.
of Kirselbaum's clothing consisting o,!
ierge. .Sannels. and sorrteds. in all
the latest shade- and styles. and ue.
would be pleaded to have. ),u call
'round and give us a look. We ill
anare you that the quality, workman
aip. it sad prkes are rilht The,-c.
celebrat-d K!r ti(hhi) t.. i. i: no .- r
fall to give cathrfa(l tt l *',1.( V r:.
al ay worn C'nmc nir -*** ui.* i .
If not ready 1) t) i. w, t;tke ;:r .it
ple asure In shoi 1 r;. e, r siz,,d.- Y4 :i
will always h( ;r ated: rxiht at cur
sture. Al.ay.. rarely to J. MANAS.4SE

Codflsh and mackerelI \.ry fli,
breakfast articles. Saunders Earle
J. WlHame of Alachua was tramns
aetle btalnes in the city yesterday&.
M. Woodrow and W. D. Richey of
OIls swt yesterday la Ganesville.
Ood4 etl hraere ad kale rubbe-
tied y for sale. Apply to J.
We have te very best Florida
syrp. Better order some now. anon-
der & Barle.
Deputy aerlf 8. U. Wyam of New-
berry was te city yesterday lOk-
ag after som buasnesa matters.
Plaks ahill Teaole Is rated to
are kdlls, fevr, .aod a"d lagrippe.
Price t5e. old by W. M. Jkmum.
Say It Plalaly--lhe Ribbon vanil.
la ad lemon extractas-r-d you get
th Boeet that omey and experience
can produe.
Deputy bSerif B. F. Dawkins left
yelerdy for Newberry and other
IpS, were be will be absent for
t nmxt few days.
If I were you. I would do as I and
'prtake of one of those excellently
prepared dinners cooked in Uerman
style at the Brown House.

Mesdames J. T. Manning and J. P.
Lovelace of Clark arrived In the city
yesterday on a visit to their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. I. Dempsey.
Automobile ride to any art of city
or 'nlversity. 15 cent.. after p. un.
25 cents--10o tickets to Inlverslty $1:
for sale at Miller & Vidal'. Phone
C. W. 8prouell. of the Gainebnville
Hardware Company. left yesterday for
Alachua. where he went on a short
business trip. returning in the after-
Have lcveral planom for sal*e at
bargain prices-amnong them an
"Eteyv" Upright in a black eboti)
('as. e-l(tore )ou buy a ihlano g *t Itni
prices. W. L. Hill.
Five-room cottage to rent on block
adjolnini square, formerly occupied
by W. L. LeOrande; city water. tlec
tnc lights. ewerage. bath. and all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
H. 11. McCreary or Sun office.
Mle4damiea Fred W KillK aHid (;Ge
K. Ta.lor. who have btcrii sp.ledluiii t(li
ipast 1.week here a, tih., gutiiI.. of the-
former's parents. Mr aiid Mr. ( K.
liroone. dieprted e rte-rdlay, for their
home In Jackscnvilil Thlue vrer at
companlied by Mrm. Kinllgl two iter
esting children.





The Contest Setween These T
Young Ladies Cortinees to C ,
More Intereeti- C-i'

I1 4ll inm a i i't |I #*, i 0*1
S ;iii t a- i ''I 't, d 1 p t i t i .
I ,- I 'uri.it i:ll-. < t I '

;i7 ('CJtherine t 1I:; iii. t : l
tM l IFlorrio StrirnlidcIlii .. .
MIse M. II.itgl ,tr ). 4: 212
Mlis Mary .Mc('.arml k cit... Ici 2'
Miss Alma Fenrnell. city...... Il
Miss tNanni ie Dicklnson. ritt. 77
Ml.Is Mlabel Sanche. city. .. 7".
Miss Julia Carter. city...... .
Mlas A. Groff. Newberry.... ..
Mias Estelle Beal. city....... 3.;
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo... 32
Miss Jessie vans. city...... 31
Miss Emma I$udson. city.... 26;
Miss Annie keville.......... 22,
Miss Elveas Staf. Waldo..... 1in
Mrs. I Ware. High Sprlngs.. 1
Miss Goldie Imbert. city.... 6.
Miss iule Sheppard, Bell... 6.
Miss K. Carlton. Micanopy... 5.
Mrs. A. W. Sargent........ 4.
Mvs M. Fernandes, city ..... 4.
Miss Mary Thigptn. city...... 3.
Miss L Sanders. Hawthorn... 3.
Miss Ruby Albright......... 3.


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A Strong Sermon on the Attonement
And Fine Muac Was Program.
The congregat ion continues to
grow at the Itaptist church. Dr. Mar-
tin proven himni-lf strong and safe
Hie tbliees light and frothy evtange
lism the curws of the age. His slIoganl
is to the "Old Ihook and the Old G;os
I el." Hlis wit, logic and aluihe., all
lpoilnt t) Christ the htinter' onil\ hqo|e
Ills rea-sonings aUl' local asid lhi
climax Is often drawati c. a.- he dries~
ionif nia)in- l .>t t (m' llltion ltlirmilgh
.-i al t 4 l. ,L:e oif < c ;ie< tliriutpigh
.1.c-ui. Chri t
Mr. and .iMr Suliotii.d ha. !r.-adl
won tnl h ear il t's f tlhi in-plil hi'. t .,ir
tlit- II Ill li .--( 1 ;po l:l I '11
-urlt.pa- sill. "' il 4 I i- t \ l.. 1I
Ai.i I :.- 1 ll 11 ;tlh ii lIll t h r
Mlr> o 1.41'tl, .i inm: lia. I. I conz the,
8v ,.a 1ir i i a 1 :<1 r
Ili itu. ; I gr ;t Mn-IMI ) I e h. Id ('hi1 '. ,.
ii ;ll. ir'g a1 chfortir of l :,lrn ,.f- t o \nilc,-
lh. r. G ( d t| :l.
'.ll-''l t L r-*" ar';':tt iui 'cr- f(ur *ri 'il ,-
I I n You rr* I:i'-in %i tH gr. .at
," f' f1 :i-t if .%4,1 ir. i, i '4, l '.. i th'. i
Tlh* \ ia.t 'I f ,r Ithe it'l li l l I I -r
,lav l'.oriiiiii: iil tI ii richilli *,11 Aviit
%ilid tri nowi[
Thi nlorliii.x ;a1t .*' th*e ~ ill itg
at the I'n.verlity The entire city'are- not oiinl\ ls itc.il
to attend all w.rnicr.-. which are- :; .;i
p ni andl7 7:3', p In Iiut eteryole ii ho
ean sing l I ii IIte- to j4o0in tie'
cLorui choir

The ladies of thi" Wonlaii (Guill
Pof o110) Trhiitv ('liure'l art. reqIue.sti-d
to Uieetl t hil afterr> l in at :: o i'uc k at
t Ie' c-hurt i
.Itll ro-ilc o .f l ir t il,. c aio .- fet
n ri & 0 ( ,- (c.eil .tl 1a Im.-f ro i.-t iw.f lchippe-'d Iwf II g,- la-
tIrlI' if ll-' l 1. ,-f h.i li |l4.11 l i i iia a
.31I h1iil l '1 S midl.l & r & :.ii .

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I ~gI emcV srhtbfskcr Wauco. It i leuhstC ati wa th I tac
U 02"= is Dlkeecktuag c-i tb.t.; I.'t %a14A -- i. aL.lLe-.. ft"'-.
05 : 614-1& b -ta44lbbl .; t j in'.-t I a r % t ii t cut hict& r)
AAMWOU61001Iltb b~t. PAIoled tb&&'4&Aee bd 41JETbbb-
E Ud te expuaw~ s-ry, 1to bW&D VOA
ME b Nh 1 5-4 "a4 at)-if .r ee-r i a to wuse to hicl a ra cO .
:se w W .44J. 0. a Ir cut ali t tbew at, r an e a001 -lk4 US a ." A
swe1 414. Fb..u I.. J,
r 4804N eaVr I Al ID DaViGIm vi, F"am CIC L" au
~J ~- C~ ~ tegf an ft esl

r C.W. &l DAVI% Qirri&, Fla.

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iTb jZI)4I-wiII. kuuin t"'! regstd4a nd'I fill t wI.e1ii i-
vs of eneb i of~iver Iandil lirtvete'r of tlb.' Haik.
111141 y*ou i ll *Ialwa%. fio*, t au cordlialut l emth'iiltill

81141 alaft t-alilt. to t II)4ls(. Who call to ".e( 1~1-i. 11




ch lnasertom but Do advertise
met taken for les tasa m 0 cents. BSx
words make a line; no fractional linm.
every word over each six court ting as
an addtioral line. CASH In advance
must accompany all orders for inser
tkios in tLis coliri

IA)8T--iletue'e1 lNrs? '+ store- and
moy home'. omie ci w liip. iilm-ral rte-
ward fm: returim to Ii.II. F. Wits
IA)tT-4)m 4e.1terdt, 1".l1-I'A e-ui the'
If detore, axel the liacket tire
four mw .' ch) 1.ilI 11, I-i;d. z'Al ulii ii
fe-r a iaClm i t.% i're-tuzrnitim;.111 itth!!'

FOiR hI'-',* I h*i' e-sxrotu atitwo
fine rkimr ctuixa,-s in Socutlh Ii
ville'. ai frontat of (Cip1iniFaect n c i'
wats.r A,I1i) at (' ICloin IaciCory.
FOR RI.\T Fi % -r rom cottaIag on
block v. t to 'egaru(. i:yv u iat,
electric- lagltm, bath rcen ioc ar
miodcurncouI'a eti efl4e.Ajpl.y at I1111


1 IIfll SA A., i'.allrof gemsl
%%i .&&:c III Ajeil"- ie) .1.iff
Irmi i Dt 4f imi'ts4I4, liak

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FOR SALE--Typewriter ribbons, both
copy and record. 75 cents each.
Sun ofce.
FOR SALE-Two cottages. u Soutb
Galaesille; terms easy at reason
able interet If unable to pay all
eah. Apply at S office.
FOR 8ALE-Corer lot 100125 feet
us West Main St. rorth had Bonn-
oary St., next to Jeff Kendrick.
Will sell at a bargain and on easy
terms. Apply at Sun offee.


HOFFMAN. the celebrated German
coach stallion, will make this season
at Crawford & Davis' stables. Terms
reduced -$10 service fee. cash In ad-

QUI''K RIESTORATIVE for lost man-
hood. Sitisfactiin guara.te-ed or
money refunded; .Acr iper bottle.
Sold by W. M .lohnson.



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(of :all thie princillil I ,1ri-
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C('mnty and City l ids.



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Souenirs, Sheet Picture

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'jtlotattmios ;.1141iliforriu1.1-

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