Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01625
 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: April 3, 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: VID01625
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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MAY GO BEYOND $100,000

His Efforts to Prevent Adulterated Foods Meet Dis- Hereafter Instead of LeaLsng Her C on g an Carged With the Tkft Lived e a
approval o Many abu rers. icts Georgia W' rk Thm0 Sar
approval of Many Manulctbdrr on Publac Roads. onv$90 Suq.

W'ASHI NG(INT N. AlprilQ. Quick to, It :alli rteuced 1,w Usliiaig alter ande
f'4i ) A till the alhancitiam'. ac .d Into reai%

them hy thhe rulimi of the National
;:uthorii.. s prnmiitting the uuse of bhn-
zoate of sodla in iunlimiited qlUaintitit'
ill foiod pre(luctl-. the' hbeef iacke.rs
h.t\I' rushelid tIlheir di'stltrend ni'at on
th* Iiirket
No Il:ttii r ill what s'cction of the'
,,'r:.4,1 r'.U. i \ ( li.h no matter how
i' i, t. ir nil i the lit. f lacking c( nte. rs-.
it i- onIl la .tilqetiia i of t ile'. 1 1 til eill
l.iiian'd el'e'-f \ :11 re-ach Iu. e Ipro\ il-
ing of our-eIlr%. o. ar a user o (f Ipre
-enrvld ii.att- It should he understood
thie order alnout which there is so
imch racompllaint has nothing to do
Sit h the freshh meat sold hy your local
Sitc tier
Mleat .ind nleat irodlucts do'tore'd
with I'lnzc)ate' of toda ha\le alreIadd
iee.t n plac-ed for al,' a ith dealer. ilh
anmi-t o( the laire rg P'-teriim citle."' Maian
firmi.-. Ihowme\r. riefu -Aed toe haiadle I|pr
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"W''ater costs inohinxg and tithe c'
real is cheap. The result is a cheal.-
ening of the product ad a lowering
of the food value Itut when wnaer
and cereal is added the meat Ic.ginis
to sur It to recent thi s ourinK
proce's.t that tHtWnzoMte of sloda nan\ hie
"If the Ibllona ni aker witit,- tol ,i-e'
a che'alp kind of ni.'.t leni7 i ***?,;i of e'.l.
will permit him to, do it
'Nsow that the (;,he \retie'imnt hlit ,-
,tn its sanction ito tihe' ii-'i ofi the- i
there is not tlh sllht lilt'- It doiit iii
that the' ceutitr', will spee.dils le, h1 lla
ed aith doctored goodi. lIr Wi'l :.
the head of the Itureau of (hemnil-lr
at W'at-hinKgto'i, hield Inl-izoiat of sd.
tol I-. chji (ticintllt liut :as o( erril.c d
!t I he re'f ,' I -r T ei- rmiimmt i-
t #')' oeie ,imw'. :a '% ti" ;rl I a :ke'lil I.
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ATI..ANT.%,.Al ril 2 -AI cvre
t trda % .'cirga:a m-hook of! the laust rag
of her chno r v. I4 le-%' 3p-trnt. IFronm
"lite' e'114 of the- State- to the e tht'r.
1imutmcire'd. of human beingsi w tret led
Ctjri t he' thr ca% riaius cie-lthie of milnes,
fron tI t lihe-u.at! vliet of choking kilihs.
frmcii the shirramw. (task atmniosiuhere'
of factorie's---out aito tcwl'% ,sunlight
froam the control of harsh anid ofte-i
itor Iataaskmaat'r.tIn tioII #li' .sr-ice'

S;.rCiza has wc State' jxaiiitevntiar%
iFo .r % ';ar, he]r comaI ictCI. h a% 4'1014 -11 old

luteo the. fac'Ccirie's. s he-ru Ipriiat' grtec'cl
sot.'tinim-s de'niamie'd atml cid ollec'tcd it.,
last eincte of huimaain flesh aid its naa
dnirei4)ft lhuimanim lelesul itit ft#a- St~ato-
dI.cidutd t t aliclish this traffic ill %%lilt@
%% -*-If .t$ Islack 'Ii 'e. so itt-telat1 eel
st.11il I l it, .1 *.6m, joi rmsitr.,it s ill 1wotrk
th.na fili tlie e-pulicI roadS.
Iii'holiatige' S e lint iii c effewet .t1ci(1.1
li ght t .%t., mite1 iild1 111 1 eam t ele- vill
%Il!t- oiero. rvolimra-d 0) thfIi.' coUttif''s
In %% ltjchII IIhem t ?i'. hall ice'. it ('11th
11.1!1 of efit ii.' iZ1tlc i.wt ct' r,
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It.11.TIMORIK. April 2.-William F.
Iotip. .tihl' iotonllg clerk In the office of
the c('itl regilster. continues under ar-
rest charged with emnlwexlement of
funds belonging to the city and fur-
ther probing Into the matter aplwars
to revrcal Mi evetn wore btate of affairs
In the city hall than had been ex-
im-cte'd. lowuis was given a further
hearlnil yesterday afternoon before
lPoice' Ml;gistratc' Jihansten. during
which State's Attorney A 8. J. Owens
state-d in asking that Downs be held
thIat tIhe annnlt of money taken from
the city would probably aniount to
SIiMI,,e .Magistrate .lohanssen held
the- acnuetie.d for a hearing thi after-
Ilmnn without ball Ik)wns' attorney
the.reuplliln secured a writ of habeas
crlum.s ;ad took Hici client before
.1-"' ," F9' "tkhrlrdene. the attrrnley de-
clarinRg t' holdiig of Ik)wnq without
hall ti, I*e :;n outrage Judge Stor'k i
bridge-. hioeve.r. tsultained the actiotl
of the magistrate. though upon agree'-
ment of tihe nttornevs for hth sl.-.id.

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91I'Ia rgo AIChi:tt1 4ott ii utole t vri ico. r;
"'et i.lie 1m 1 m t 11% us se 1m teootma".' c(it
I ~'itlln tile'- hee' a nk.,atil-l wh ~if

4,i". I11 e-. 1. ,l C the c. I. Ce t il e' h i tin l';- ro slliitis lie niade out d'-
-h.... I i tot ..ald %i ird : Iinm of I" lm >!.- tir -mll r'algim g freom $:1::1
t .lk i i to $.'iie lc's.. than Ithe, deup;its shuIld
'-.\ t .r i dl o hli r.- ut I'rl atl allst (if

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hate been and afterward changed the
hank teller's fiures In the bank books
to bhow that the full deposits had bee
Muchly Marrie
Ilowns Is 2 years oM and haa bee
twice married, his rat wife lhavin
died. He bas been living In a tyle
very far beyond the means of a PW
clerk, which he was receiving still re-
cently. when he was promoted to S
$l1.4I, clerk.shlp. much against his wilL
His speculations appear to trace back
to July. 1907. He has been knows
widely as a lavish spender. He kept
a couple of race horses. had a quar.
tette of prtie fighters regularly ai hi
pay. spent much money on prie fights
and horse races. sporting trips not oa
town. and on women. and dressed i
eximnnsive style. His home is spletdid-
Iv furnished. To some of those la
whose company he spent large surm
of money he is reported to have said
that his first wife left him a large
fortune. and to others that he won
heavily onl horse rares.
Ikowns is bonded In a local bonding
(onlpalny to the extent of $3.010. and
('itv R.egister Tbora to the amount
of $,cmt.Ef The latter bond, it Is
claimed, covers any defalcatlons la
the c'ity register's office, but this ap-
w'arm to he In some doubt.

Boy With Kite Causes

Trouble With Eleci

1 '6 1 l. 1 '1il : ; \pril \I iill
lC t aidi it l.i,. m, c'.iiim-i f.i r .im t it er exP
S it, I: it ,ni ;I{,, ,. lill lint \\'*1l i l idal ,
;i 0. I in on it iliien itn m ie i,. he dr ,w thinh lit i iil h nll to hii
I, 1 1. [-r.htted kile
I I l l. l'ti t im l i ( m tllla\ I tilt. r' I fi rl l c
1" I, I 4i- 1.o (4 1 1 1k, 1%ki1 r' frl-llit
ta' 1 i le-1 ''1tel Cf il t i. te l'lcia01 !
, I i. i h, 1im. ('eliilills I~ l'o 1 ('eo11
1 It l .ii ti h.urge l .- d li l ii i t lltll.
It ai 'ferfol to 1-ull hli. kite' |llow i tlhe
1! e\ N lldr w i l-e t o m tir. Iiegeo.the'i r a illi
Il1,. i.- i ll Ihil at t ,. iurtiflel ili tWa o and

.i\.l ill t it.n of li word.- lhich we-re'
V IV II wAi- ilec-, .-;1\ foer him "lIto

cl Ii\. t l ei
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Mississippi Negroes Offer

Assistance to President

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fil to ih. groi'cnd Shortly afterwards
I an old Kentl.le0tian strolled that way.
md notlicilI the airem. in the road
pickecod them'i up to lay them amlide. and
was. htimtlf, laid atide That he was
aict kill li sena l re'inarkbalibe but It so
h.Iip,'leiIdI that (the' shhck he received
a lieot unldul st ore. althosilh it
imaido himii .leatc the '.'cene in great
t':i-,,. Thie. or ly danl ag dionet was to
cial enit hlie lightly for alou1 t one-half
hoie r In ie ;hecoit:r> ilid:strial m-hool
anmd ai fe hesiterY nlill

.ir+ r'1t h i si how the results of hard
hatil l'. in which h. Iparticipate.d.
Mr It(e*' -tate that he' has traveled
Ih'l, ,li almllcslt e clrlsil-l) for the past
%i .11 .l l idthid- aillre0 ,ii 'r it- I|e.il. than a11n other stcl'liton he
hi.i ,.r %t I-e.'d lTh.e Ie'Iple all aloni
Il.' rI;.tI s. air a:l. ai; S. eSA d too him
S'I tifi- ..I6ii1.'.ha e -i illei f ieed a :5d a take
1 i % I li.l I, lia..- 4 ith i| i .ti-ire

Sl i i., .,' m, Somie article that is simply "in the
' .. i;ai'. at .oimr house might. If adver
i : i ; i! t. old to m ieiLule a bo Is assa
i 1i | telm -1'i **' ktlrit a te I .

Husband and Wife, Tired

of Life, Die Together


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He to Aaother Member
a"ng who OpenWe

& fty I. P. Dawkin ar-

asi f thetor wthat
B" dMKzi o IN A buse.

I-s -f 1r tu TW m any

i wh l w be give
beftro U. Commsluer

9Ir Ha 3. a. sad lmos.

Miakn e t turd a. wat
to be a OW of of or ere
VU wi re ted Wth me

OWor b thed were wt
S1 a step put to the

witeses han ve k b

itens a aM. meWd here A

eioos. ro em t by the
4 ftIs aIlmed tai this
M14 lla es iN0 tan d IU

be es as umer of a e-

tea o beenc n se oe The
Insw g.aes wore a to


Fla., April 2.-The mae

of ahis death, wh semm
oft d en at a o'delk at the

homd he fohad ed or th e lst
yeus, his matter dying win
N e was a kind.
O, a oeatd aeemA to h bisast.
wE be aend wo m. r nll
b6ee idhO sW evral meaths

Isthob l phtyslsms and s *.

e ma to at tes say. He u ed
a Valued e me Ire of the MadNO
ry Co.& e r two years. The
serviOes wre nconduted by
KMevN at the pvlyterfas
at I o'eok. the his body was
Sto Arrmado. where the Wood-
0 the World burtled bi with
services, all of thSe Woodmes
bore acompayitng the remains.
their esteem for him. His
was more tha covered by
powers. Besides his aunt. he
eme sister. Mrs. Joe McKlInmey
Ioot one brother. Mr. Cheary
I Waesboota. ad two unless,
PerrM ud Marion Ramsey.
r. sad Mrs. Joh Kln are thes
pd poets aof a baby girl.
W Ella JJo of Gainesville is
har sister, Mrs. Monroe Ven-

Swater tank is being made here for
two railroads. It will Ill a long-
t want as the engines have to go
the way to Bronson to get their
ly of water.
The truckers are busy shipping cab-
o and so far have gotten a very
price for them The heavy rains
s week have been a great beruefit
The friends of Mr. Baldwin will be
to know that he is still conained
his bed.
MLas Madge Newman of Ilaketlad
viaisting her uncle, Hey. H. iI New

Whether from colds, beat, stomachr
nervous troubles. Capudlue silli
lite you. It's liquid --Il'aaut it
take-acts immediately Try it t o
6e and ore at all drug stores
A eed os.e-
Lttle Willke Ildo' t ite-d t ., takL.
bath thought. maualuid W Va
Jurt I.itl ill
reain today uuJ got *ll < \m go r

I ujlwak t tw ruth. II-I 113U.IJ~
would, but i s wtj La I el.arr
dart a little the in Ur as I r' C

il. ir

No mashing or Fqueezing

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____P.ON. SEVN....


Sperlnt saft Jois YVeong eof 0"18
Was Here YVeteiy.
Suprviag Architect Jobs Young
2 Oeals was I the city Friday for
the prpse of looklag over the work
beLt do here by the contractors
am the ew Federal building.
He expressed himself as being well
pleased at the process made on the
eoeavatin work. but I of the bpnlaon
tht some delay will ow be ocession-
d tIl the Government approves the
uai, rock. brick and other materials
tat are to be used on the work.
In this event be said the delay would
hardly amount to over two weeks, and
the the work will be rushed as fast
as It Is possible for them to get the
material aad put t p.
As sen as the material arrive*
Mr. Young will spend at least half
of his time In Galneville. and In look-
lt after both this ad the Ocala
buildtn. will be kept a pretty busy

Atoendane Inereasing.
The largest meonregatlons of the
week greeted the speakers at the
Haptist church at both services yes-
Dr. Martin takes advance ground on
many of the controverted questions
of the age. His application of the
Bible to many of the theories which
are agitating the minds of the people
re clear, forceful and conclusive
He is as tender as a child in his ap-
plications, but fearlessu in denouncing
what be conceives to be detrimental
to man's best interests and contrary
to God's word. His wonderful exio-
sition of the Bible should be heard
by the entire city.
Needless to say the music is good-
it is exceptionally nfne-a perfect
treat and only praises of it are heard
by all who hate heard Mr and Mrs
Tonight the silpakr will pre..ih on
"Hell as Taught by Reaison. t' IIng.r
wol and the Ilib.l Serriacs .egin
7 30 preac(hlng I m.

"The' Il ot coialtlderste alfe I ivcer
tbe rd a if."'" .ill the h phliMoiloph r. ", **%a
4 w*oitan m hl asi- at to lat e' ll lir let
Itr'u : Wn~ ., r .-, .ilh.il i t- ll,,w ber
tlU'lo ltid Ill!i" to 1-*l IlllI "

A Hsay Term Defined.
ila.li to *lf'* I.* 4 .It l*'.%i I ', i lI

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K C i 1 iiL) r i @%. o t P l .11,
Tl'lsr, j~aM) I't- #p'.if.I ,- i a
'Ahich I,-'if hit?.raat rt Luyou.

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F *oarations Have Been Under Way
for Sometime for This Much-

needed Improvement.

Food Chopper



Steel Cutters.


Raw Meat
Cooked Meat
Cheese and Nuts
Ham it chops
Coarse or foie.

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The Atlantic Coart Line have corn
pleted arrangements to relay their
track from (aine ville south and will
commence work on this improvemennt
within the next few days.
Mat rial Ia already arriving for the
proposed changes and It Is rumored
that work will commence next week
and continue until they connect ith
the West Coast line near Itrookxvillle
The rail that has been in use along
the Florida Southern branch of this
system was considered too light for
the service it was performing and the
officials have ordered that seventy-
pound steel rail be placed on this di-
Just what the Coast ine Intend do-
Ing by Increasing this rail Is not
known, but appearances Indicate that
they Intend either running more trains
or expect to have considerable heavy
hauling along this route.
It will probably be the means of
having some of the extra large and
heavy trains run via this city instead
of going via the West Coast as has
been the custom for the past several
years. and It is known that when a
rash was on In moving trains to
Tampa they were run over the West
Coast prtcllpally upon this ground.
the rail here being too light for the
extra large engines.


Davis A Oliver Are Rushing Work on
Their New Stable.
Work on the second story of the
new stables of Davis & Oliver will
commence about the first of next
week, and if the contractors have
good weather they hope to complete
the brick work within a short while.
For the east two weeks they have
been busy in building the piers and
two walls for the first story of this
structure and now have this part of
the work about completed.
The improvements a'e very notice-
able and the new brick make a good
showing. The walls are very thick
and In every way the structure will
be one that will be able to stand all
the strain that will be placed on the
second story, which is to be used as
quarters for horses and mules.

Card of Thanks.
I desire to express to my many
friends my heartfelt thanks for the
loyal support they have rendered me
during the piano contest. It is now
drawing to a close and I will applre
elate very highly If they will stick toi
me. and rememnitr that I am in the
race to the finish notwithstanding the
many rumors to the contrary. The
vote received has bten a flatlerlikg one,'
and if the main ones will re-main true
and loyal they catn .(.t be lrprirsed
In the final result. Again thanking
ou and soliciting the ote's of all. I
amn. Very resiiectilely.
aisless % ill-e April 2. 1, ':

nHouea kidnlir r bl.lddr .:i' ortir thla'
".I|,' th. italitl s l h | I- Iia leir 'allI
lower in old ;age* FI .ii. itil a
Keu'li'(ndt carre''t-.- iriii.tri\ trctcul,b st n
ulate's the. ItIlt~ie .iin r -i .
strTlgKth anil ail r I i < r -. iii .1it
tratuh'ei, l tl -ir< r tai lt ni l&I .'t h' ( Sin l
)o thl 'i will htr.lUin ,lit thI III a it
tllatt *r tll l III ti r u llll-'l '- Illll Jn lllil-
iui-tili rlh. ,i .t l-li .1 \\ Mw 1 '.il '...
& ('i.
A Sravo Patnt
i ias i ; '. i 1 i I "
a s l '. i t Y. ( I i 1
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I -BANKINd HOURS-9 A. M. to 3 P. M.-

Tawpa & Jacksonville Rail'y


Leave Gainlesville for Alicanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South....................... 10:10 a m

Returning, arrive Gainesville ................. 4:25 p m

leave (;.ili ..ville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Ilake ('ity, Vatldosta, and all points North
Returnilg, arriTe Gainesville ................

I L. ralCci, Gie. Supt

(;:(i) pm
9:30 p r

L E. Barker, Traffic g'r.




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AI M.I CUSHMAN, .' i i, ,

A. M. CUSHMAN, Agnt, Gainesville, florida

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The Kind You Have Always Bought

In Use For r Over 80 Year.

ma ~seem wem- 5 -




SumNl of ille dollarr andi upward will Ih
received on deposit in this department.
I nterest at the rate of 4 per ct. per annum.




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The Kltu Yo Have Always Bouht, and which bas beea
a wue atr ever 0 years, has bore the s inatule
and has been made under his pw-
somnal superviulon inee Its linfauY.
AlEow soose todeceive you Is thu
All Cosuterfelts, Imltatloms and "Just--good" are bmd
Experiment that triSe with and endanger the health r
lba"ta a- d Chilre-Experence against EzpertLM

t I a haurmleos egUtaf tot Castor Oil, Pat -
gere, Drops aAd Seet nffg Syrmps It is latut.o It
stalms- neither Opinm, Morphine aotr bthe rcNti
mb-afee. Its age is I s guarantee. It destroys Worms
aMd aR~ Feveristaem. It cres DIarrhu a and WiM
Calse It relevs Teething Troubles cures Coutlpi
ard Fierlmry. It --smlilnes the Food, reguArie the
eiMch ad B ewel, giving healthy and matumil Mdp
The Ch lnasre PlMueA-The Mothers Friead.

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Til DAI lY 41 N: 44 A I k4 VH1*, AXIl 93,1909




Was Rjn W.y Into Miy Last Seascn
ard Proved Great Convern~crce
for Traveling PLLb ic.

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I ,.' t if ,l i 11 II i, .1 t'. i I l l l ls r
I ll :
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; .1 t ilie th 1 1 w tl lt i |<: > to
This nig ht er\ I'. I- ;i r ir ait *a '

if *'iRj ,' iv IIhIrc,,urt co.t of IIs broughtill
1' Ii te ti> l |. railroad of ti c -e iisto
;lnrtl I ro, t;ill' t.Ico iIth r I it in tlhe
Stlat.4 *ll.ti the' el ; .lIt:tKe- t r lit-I
dit i!,l. .-er c*e to a greater ,xt.ent

Ille is gre ratl lniiflted. it h.lk.- as
if '.uffi el .t ire '--'-urs r uild lle brought
t< te.;ir lil'Ii the' railroad officials to
i|l>eralte the. .'.rvice' tIle >lear round
Frclll an outsider's stand|oln It t er-
t.aily \ .c ias a. aif Ith< trains were a
Ii;atin I ro,,)ltiont for they handle
inearI* a' ninmucl business as the day
I.astl -'.(*a'-lonl Ith trains were kelpt
,;i until latit. in May and judging front
lth. 1.iric, anlloint of (business handled
1., tht'iii it wa-. a Ilaying proposition.
T'hii i- a chance for the OGalnessvilll,
;oa:iil i of Trade, to get busy and se*e, If
til.. cannot do sionli.hi ng to have' the
.-*er\ oilitilill dl.
Eminent Authorities Say
t al t otil dcoor \erri'ic, i- nl '-dt -ldi hI
ttlh' A ltoricai IH- oilh ''That'"' all \' 'rv
-11 lowI t ho ra | il e-ollil-eI' lith rbetai:1-


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Typewriter ribbons for sale at thi.
office. The best on the market. Onl)
seventy-flve cents. All colors and for
ase on all standard machines.
A. .1. Itragan of Ocala was in the
city yesterday. lit canr. upl to coii
e,'v the State irrisoimir., (-co ii.ted at
tihe sincial tn.rim of court to the. St;at,
con\ ict eamnips lh t. lc 1di ini that ciulitt
Feel languid, weak. run down"
Headache? Stomach "off" -Ju.t a
Ilaln case of lazy li\.r. IBurdeck
Ilkood Hlitters tones li%'r and sttoniach.
Iproniottes digel stion. lpurltit- tih' himlt d
If you ha\%e baackache and urinar%
trmilde.. \)out should take' Fol \ K'.
iley Horniiedy to ttrenmith.iti a'id lIuli
i. th, e ke 'ii )s k, ilr t y ~ill w t ir,'l,
,.rl.. a- ., n-rioiis kidue', t > hle lima,
d- \-loi .1 W M< ,(', ni &l: ; &



Tne Vote Was Light. cFur Le. j
Candidates Receiving the I.M
jority of Votes Cast.

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\Miss .z11ir e She, lola. k 't
M11,- N .tiii I ,.' k -li e- i 1 .t
Ml- Mai! I S.nin i i h, #. It1>

Mis- .llK. i (rlon. r l catio

Mis. A. (;r.ff Sargt..ry. ...
Mi s I-I Fernalh I,, clty ,
Mlis AI Satridoklr. Ia horn..

Mi-s RuKI Albright.... \....
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ft s (ioldl, I.anitwrt. il .
lits I izzih liehp ard. l'cll ..
Miss K. Carlton. Al(ranaly...
klrs. A. \W. armenit ..... .
kliss .M Frialdez., "ity ....
flis Mary Thi lpin. citv. .....
(liss I. Sandr.s. Ilanthorn...
illss Ruhy Allright .........

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Names Cause Confusion.
Ilei N. Owe ns who has for 1iimaw'
\e.ar- lt e. eimagced here iln diff.ril
,.(',iomtli. hut prinl('|.il,:ii It i thel d irn
tim-iine-... desires that lii- frieind- all
re imne-il r the0 flac tilt he i- not tIlhe
llitll Iwhoe hia- It4-e erlilelie.td o ha el
neither is hie inll iiiwai r Iiled tIi Ilt;
I.;Irt There i onsi-e imiilarit\ in
th. ilitial ;.: ::.: : c '..ili hl;"
. el- 1 1 I .- iiaiiw \ Itr ui i- cti t iiik It
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Fire, Life and Accident.... ,



ti?.-mi 1`4 11()%c 1 mtl lu aI ice'*)' o1 anllete- i er I'll*- .ii or Vii* I tl i- .iit En lull irei~ __
It- It #,ro N ?.iii: I t .iipe u -c' l~el1.ril SiRead the want ads. in toodlay's Him It
l.:lIillI;.l ,I Ill- I-11, Ill Il 111 11~ It,#. hall till- ;ll i
to a I N (.I()< kY ( I)ll~ cll
HeieE IS BREICT rem wourMNl
1111e 4 ;iel l i III. I tic e i ltd e.i '. '" i h -e d l iieiI I I tlleI I 16
I! 6 u t ,.&'v I till I tI reoteI ll 1tre11.i. I.
I-Ili lit ll ic it IA lit I m ~ od Id % ti l .1 1- 1, 014 41%oo .!j I I& O
S. I;iI 1 .1t' 1 I I ott'eil I- ieti c.1, a ll .ete td.e. v~ eri- e til .f wun.eo'It I I AW t
w il. IM I Ito II! t
If )you ba h lu.t ur found anything 1, o .titop it... I. I \t t t% .' e.. :. I. to'
Ie n t f I tI Ittk cII Iteeo: 'd etri. -. oo:' I,, 110., ter .e c f
t. (I 'III I, .l\ rt: 111 R Clum U M Pit- %lit-1)
4.c o C I" \ I Yto4 lit I W H I
ISEEll 1 1! I 't:
SEE OUR 1 :l- 1~,111~ ,,'~11
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LINE it. Ita
:s .1 h i''eoi t! ~1( 11' .t:,oI 1~! it11:.A'

White Mountain

Glass-Lined I & tao C Eei4a. I i

Refrigerators I Hill.

for the

e (I tili()UghO()Llt
N e~~~~t ilit, 111110)t~

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Plants, Choice Cut Flowers




20 Laura St., Jacksonville, IFlorda, or







40. -I~S ~I

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pays thl e farmuier to planiit i1ly 13'the Ie. It's a
iv:tiohi i ot of Iiow cheap,' "but of ''how good.'
Seeds Have the k itati mf PON ad IkIWL
are. It.om ImIZeping crndrs for l'vatuelp clwr mummablk' ted. I We
will he glad to wndl you ;tric" on rrftt.


Solid Oak

Also Agents



Cooper & McKee



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maj iil4mtem inm

) Lo m ...... S aw lock" .Ysal

EP. soma. I.L seam uw 0
sm* mm Vaud- sew, -rbse
I -x k U a "N muv a~ inths dir. or
bb "a aa m dUnP
69 W ba pu "douinks-al lme

smannaLu $woteram&a a Umel
I' -l~ -~ses -saa
II)~~ *~~lrr-~ us-',.

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L m sI anJ Ito U
MID I, MW levery ml UU MIR
"W. and naftim all Ow sm of a
u Il ammeNunni.we Usions

a hammud isw&B
m4U 460% TIM D adhwwtm
S trnRAN? II
'" vs~ rII 1

G aeis to beU m
w ealum Lun havbg Jui
ma w a spe"sAl rw of
it T- l- seOur the trial of

=We itl nw if -L-aeune
| ad oMthe f theI et lm teU
e mea al as owes"b41-at alssagle
h m h M M lat thIsew-
of t yaw, ad aeI a to

ml-wa YS6 1 the M.

Wmo i 's lito o The Pe -
eaig News Imsed e March
wa -meplet with valusiMe
h8eevWes mmy ssubjec".
I -eh embr Ue 8 page, and

&MlV wh U there I keeset.

twoemth m m aMa rte t of the
he fmmehs..m W a the
m Mag Imsb I. Is0. Iha bees
0he dOaMMO m4bree W eW I
10f pa e Po Ul utea aMs aA
ofl m relative to
Swkhe dd the ei m. d The to
alg e o f to q Mli SorU aad the a I
waft D IU 1U ri e orw t

Soo& h" hem de G or
SOa twOa eales but he seem
he l epaustoe Ir the Itom s mot
S M b ev he stl um ommt.
A lia wha r h a pirate hobe
MOWr te back s&g. Every
In awit we r ua l tn. some
spMln a ad henaooM sad a o8ed
m i tm k I o a e l seerbh fort oe
Sia emt. dsMats -e saN d ae a
vessels, p o aad other booty
SKid Iu pplarly supposed to
Sbriaedl The mmber of holes du
the rmad aloag the Atlantle coast
seki- g tor hidden treasure must
ro lte umeres by this time. and
rcelfeat in addition to much
te time wasted the deep root-
Slie that Kidd and other men of
ke sll ad cra bones did bury
qg aUntils f Ull-lotern gains.
Sif they did their discovery is e-
Semely salikely, and the man who
Sjst about to search a deep hole or
So Oak Island. Nova Scotia. will
pehably put more money into it than
be will take out.

At thi masons whea most houses
ate Audergolag their annual spring
saying and renovating why not eC-
terd the work to laclude the cit) or
towa? Attractive as many places are
we have eer yet seen one that does
ot dm it of more embellishment
Waste places cleised up. alleys and
Vacant lots relieved of old cans. brok
an bottles and other rubbish tretr,
Itrmmed and others planted she-re
masmary,. parks and other public"
places put in sood orde-r atid be.ti. r
preoided with seats and uther c,,l,'eii
teesW-these are some of hl' ,
ie which the "cit t.autlful' ,au i L
raised Tihe Imtu t c, t of t uch lII,
PCrormU% eUts a AU.Uail uil IttII e friif

li ",r) niadi) i'l.--'- e,'',. I.
asti- &ad ta IL r ct p.r t l ,l ..i U ,i

ag l a ta tu ii h t t, r .... .s I
NU nli ()Ull i UlltlA. A mIl,. .jls 4 j *
at tL*eel die*,&.Iar.le e i .1 flirt .it. I
,o wsoret ws 'Le- (. .e II L 1


AlMAer promlnent repre. 'tntative of
a foreign thustry who crnam to this

Ia as Interview an a leading Italian
newspaper Mr. Farranda stated that
many reasoas could be advanced for
the hih degree of perfection reached
by the telephone service nl the United
State. among them being:
"The number of employees is not the
old cause for the regularity of serv-
lee. It is to discipline that the good
results mut be attributed, and which
makes the system so perfect Fines
are Imposed oa those employees who
break the rule the Arst time, and they
are dailmissd from the service for
the second ofease. Notwithstanding
the dis aplia, telephone girls seem
well attloed with their positions ad
teleaphae comapalie have ise trouble
with them thai they do in tome.
"The primary reason for good service
is the l"r*elltioon ad the type of apDa-
ratus sed. which Is manufactured by
the Western Electric Company. It
is of simple coastrucUoo. really taken
apart al repalitd"
Mr. Farrada caused great astonish-
meat by the statement that New
York and Chicago, separated by a
distance of something like 1600 kilo-
metre. are connected by telephone.
and that for a three-minutes' con er-
satlon between the' two cities a charge
of four dollars is made. It t1 a good
deal." said Mr rarranda "hut I a-
sure you transmission is marnelous.
as I made the experiment myself and
was astounded "

There are a great many pIeople' who
do not know it. but more harm In
done to the health of sick i -ol*- l.
a stream of callers than h the failure
of the telephone to olrk wheii th,
doctor is wanted. wis-lI. reimarkc The.
Tamlp Timesi It should 1b the rule
to exclude from the sick romli e *\ r
person whitowe pIrre -r .tlicl -r i -
are not actually. requilre-d to\ the ('ca;

Deafmne Cannot Be Cured
it kx'al al plicatl onls. a& tht.\ 'c.ll ,
nut reach the dtir'-a'i-d irtiol 1 fi tih
ear There i* (u il> sin asa tI, kure
deaffnessl and that Ia h. c.in-lt'tr l. il
ren dies lthf'tcn.--- t- c.iu-,A l t an
iuiianied coidi tion of h. Ini ;. .
IIn l Of thf r tl 11.ta* h.ll I. 'lh, \ ., :.
this tult Is ii faii 1 I d hI. A
runit uIIIiK ..mrt 1:1.r ., t-j a .
lld li. i it 1. r11 .
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oematry to study the American ay of
dola things. has returned home flled
with wopder and admiration at Amenrt-
can methods. energy and cl.'-erne's.
The latest case is that of Mr Far
randa. a director of the te-lephone comn
plny of Rome. Italy le cani-e he're
during the latte-r Iart of last t ear to
study telephone conditoks in the more'
important cities of this country. Theb
interesting results of his investigation
have made the easy-going Romans
well-aigh incredulous
Roe has about .fM(W, telcjlhonti
suberibers. so when Mr Farranda re-
ported New York as having 31o.(hMo
subetribern. and telephone calls aver
aging I.t2A.00 daily. thee.w* h ingi ,..EiI
through 53 exchanges. which are, op'r
ated directly or Indirectly by 1.X.o'
employees. It was quite hb)ond thL
uaderstaadins of the Romans. Many
of them eehagesL in New York. he
t kave m ore ubaerben than
thee are n the whole city of Rome.
NotwtlhktaMdig the fact that the
tlephmebe hmusims in New York has
reached tsch eaormoua proportions.
t evertheese *asee to meet with the
aproval of uIcrtbera. These have
ltMssmd more rapidly than the popa-
latiM o the city. For example. In
10 there were ht b s.0W0 telephone
subscribers In New York. whereas the
population of the city at that time. as
giver by Mr. arrada. was I.20.000.
la 190S the total number of sub crib-
ora reahed 10,01 a increase over
6 of approximately 43 per cent.
The poplation of the city in 1908
was 4..0,00.
r is thI s remarkable development
of teolephoy conaed to New York.
Mr. Parranda Sads that telephone sub-
seriberas Chicgo number 154.000.
Philadelphia 101.00 and Boston 101.-

The Hartford Times (Dem I says:
"Champ Clark's opinion about the new
tariff being distasteful might well
raise the question as to when the tariff
has been palatable to many. or all. or
even the majority. The tariffs of 1 %M
and 1I24 were nettles. The Whig
tariff of 1%42 was full of exaspera-
tions The Walker tariff of 1946 did
please many. and after eleven years
was materially reduced. but It drecon-
certed the revenues in ways that em-
barrassed The tariff of 1.S3 was anu
abortion and pleased no one in either
party. The McKinley act of 1049
raised duties beyond any point hither-
to known-to an average of '.0 per
cent-and the Mills bill's average of
duties was also about 42 per cent
The Wilson and Wilson-Gorman
measures awoke all sort of dissen-
sion and changed fond dreams to night-
mares. The Dingley tarll ought to
please all who believe nl a highly
protective measure. but it Is plain
that t fails to do so As for the Payne
ill. It is well to look at it sharp. as
whm It passes it may be unrecog-

"I suffered habitually from constipa-
tlo. Doma's Regulets relieved and
strengthened the bowels, so that they
have been regular ever slnce."-A. E.
Davis. grocer. Sulpuur springs. Tex.

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At. Louism.di L & N.
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At. Idiampols P. a.
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6.15 p.
9Up m
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4S8. m.
1.41tl. r.

wit, TT 1%11 t i\t'i I.IIITM I T Tt.rv'Zh i-vact ati e ant I'uIrnan -'ii' v.u
III lo I lll ar cor I% I1 v %11 I&IIIA t- CInen pta I I
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It-.glItay St Jaem :,ilu. r a- :.'t 4

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Air Line Railway
I. e. t arield, LamIrler Williams anad E. i. Uaaraa, rrelvers
.' \ (' W I< \ <'\MID N. 80'THIERN PINES,
.1 .'.;! 1< tl '.. V'AS1Ii NGT(ON. UALTIMOil':.
I'lli \l!i" NE V YORK.
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A, B' ,c .S '' r BOV. STON Jr. Absstint I;
V CGr'tr, PJiaerjer Agtnt Ja is nvllle. IrFlorda. r

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Write for Pries, Ternis, Etu

L C.DAVS a co.
a204 West Ray St.
W. L. DENHAM. Agent

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The Philadelphia Record l)em )
says: "The steel trust has entered
upon a desperate campaign. with a
well-equipped force In the lobbies of
Congress. to defeat free importations
of Iron ore from the mines of Cuba
This is now a more important matter
with the trust than the proposed re-
ductions of duty on steel rails and
bulldlng materials. In spite of its
immense possessions of Lake Supe-
rior ore and Its absorption of the Ten-
nessee Company, the giant corpora-
tion still dreads the free competition
of the mines of Cuba. It is maid by
naturalists that the elephant trem-
bles at the silht of a mouse."

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n isipt. that eaclh t
%Umi ~tth ('ar'Ilhis1, relie'
n rg eretou,, Tt~ir VP. anaI that
d part of tile (; Gqvrnniouvit ftIndo,
thim militia I% top Hl ute-e III tea' 0IR
virment The, Ialatice i*V to,
1 1 -mital to ,iib pa' oes t e t niJ-iui.'Vtt'
I o ~iito( t rlt ooldli r- .ar.-tit )tt I
I'~ ~ %'*Ij~f*i I Vhs-Vr VAVV.,tticoint
aIli OwK he uarn i 'Viti111-
Th.. o, ea-hingtewin II. reVI1 -a
no juatlh'sa can the Pro-side-Wt of the'
I'nited Stat-se e-acajwe the- ro-ieotMitbil
itiex of adminisiriti;e tifin o f If ,tiptoar
Ieader-hill. fc'r ho- I- ditrect1 b iholtiln
to the ;e.eqle Ilou E''e er &.gre'ealtl% he
mlay unde'rtakef to arr the--. te' P''VI
'titiliti. ap. h muiu'nt i#e ,t thnu i tlliare-l'
Oplvort unit it conhetant?4 tue4fere' hint
as now. in the matter of the' tariff. I
what manner he seizes ilmin It. im
proves it. and becomes master of It-
Ithat will show o(f what stuff he Is



We brck Up Our Statements With Or
SPermal Reputatio sad Mosey.
lI t .iI

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M 1)rut: r 1 ii I It I i 'II ii I I t t. 'if Ie,'
/Iii~ WIA I I).. ill 1~j* of 441 114'i.,I i ii'(1\ t4?1 ti li

look it.i ., I. i i if
I, I .i~ i .* ?t .4r t t i II
too ill, 11 1

9 tI

SI 44 e. I L: 41111 4 1.!I I, Iii
11A' Ills! n e th. zit Ili- t. e'ri;n'I mid
t- It t to ,C in Ito h' ntlhte.ir .rthivit
f* of 634?'r r-m -irehi-. fi ed t* la

helr of t'h' world :. gre';:t,,-t re-c;arc' h
At i irL.t i/.;it '. i ha l>t. 'l form. ,I a;t 4h# i'i-t- It |o. **.- Ill th. e t '-t
-l.AI-l rH from the lake-iile- tomili to inter,'-t p.lt( oif the' lo.-t known intestinal toni's.
the' (;\eurti in lnt il thti' itIirovem' n'ii t Mi41 i it s lIartictlarly liromptl l in its
1111111- re!sulIts.
SHERIFF'S SALE. W\. want \.o to try Rexall Order-
,lie-s lon our guaranteed They are ex
I'nde'r and by %irtue ,of an exe'cultion
isvrued out of th' ('oulnty Judg"'s Court ce"dingly I,.lea'an to take and anr
of Alachia county. Florida. on( th-, Id',:l for chlldre.n The-y a.t directly.
l:th da. of February. A. I) 19c4*;. iii at on the nerv'es anid muscles of (the bow-
certain caume therein lending wherein els. They have. a neutral action on
(;. II. llrocklnigtOl. S. L ltro n. AIM' .
Broom. Hlnroc ngt.ronS. J S Sander- other organs or glands. They do not
son. .1 W. Scott and A. (. Griffin. urge oir cauws any inconvence what.
as Trustees for I'thlehem M. E ever They liositively cure chronic
Church. were' plaintiffs, and William or habitual constipation and the my
McCray was defendant. and wherein riads of associate or d,-i.ndent chrone
Judgment in favor of the plaintiffs
was rendered and filed and recorded alnrments Tr R.-xpll ()rde.rlies at
in the office of the Clerk of the (ir. our risk. Two sizets. 2.'*c and ile. J
cult Court of Alachua county. Florida. \ McCollun & Co. corner Fast Main
I. P (;. Ranmsey. an Sheriff of Alachua and nion street
county. Florida. have. lI .\i.d ulnri anl
Sill sell before the court house, d*'or
In (;rain'stoille. Alachua count r- of the' (cklawaha river The Ocklin
ida. on Monday. the. ::rd dna' aha is famedn all through the country
A I It* ,#. I 1h 4 i'..
Ao I a. IoN,. it i ail th- e.' ... as one of its mo4t picturesque streams.
of sal, onl said il:un all th(' t Ua
de'scril-jil real e-tat0.. I ii>ia and t nilK
in the (I olint of Alac'hulI anlil State. ,of i~Iere'serntati%'e John P. Stok.s of
Florida. towit: All of the- Northeat : .anxia has acquired fame in ad
quart,'r of the S.outli'-. has t ir.trr in adf
S.'ctilon Tow nshil, ,Soulth oif Raiig. ;rnlic', of taking his e.at as a le.gis
'19 iast.t l iig North of the Old Ilack later Ills kloan shark" hill is already
C're' k road. exc'pti, tlhe T,.n acrt- L.,t of w l ad ~ ert iseid
RHosstta Madision ;arid th' ()On- half
acre. IAolt btelonlging to tht' plaintiffs c('oni
taiinig. bl y e'timnation. thirty are'- of The' SI P'etersburg Transiportation
land. niore, or l.ss ('Comp~any has absorbed the- Inderiwnd-
Togethe.r with all and singular th, .t l.ine, of ste'amers and now controls
te'-neme'nts. hereditanlienits and allsurorta n f s
teinanc.s the.reutnto lhicolnging or a h l tran rtaton fac of
Iprtaining Said Iprop'lrty levied upon the' Tani!lia hay
a= the' pirojperty of VWlliam .McCray to -
satisfy said e'xe'cution and costs.
P tG RAMSEY. Sheriff. TheT a.t ('C st Ad'ocate is con-
.1. M RIVERS. Plaintiffs' Attorney ducting an out-of-doors campaign The













Gainesville Furniture Co.
Gal.fIsviIt r


Advo-ate advocatea eating out of doors
as well a s spending all the time pos-
sible in the ol'n air.

The' Ponce de Leon celebration at
St Augustine' brought thousands of
visitors. Animoi the events during the
celebration was the annual meeting
of the Florida Press Association.

A Baby Show in Gainoeville
\'Would ha.. 1iany contestants; but
It'-. satf' to ta that the' hbealthihest Iea.
, > would wini the' prize, No haby
ca i; le lt 1lthl ho i )suffers. froin
4 ,n ii and- ii'l ll- t j hti; ,i' do) uinle'-s
i th .are k1. '!t free froin therri with
%% lit,- ( r' .i 1111 V.' i iif gN Ac ts
uitfi kl. \'* I t hi i i It- AH n Ipiri':
I %\. M ,lh l i ,ile- i t ait. inlit teo rai- .
i l,,l lr. I tlit t \1 'lilt-' (' ri i
V\', II'11tii t' c t ', (', hit- So)ld 1>
\W \ Ii .1.11 i,

Why Sailor, Like "Scraps.'
It llIi. 'I.t 41 -, 1.60 15 041rt 1 ii lt:, t ireo
samIwr isit i tct e' h ill vo'iji c tIll rfi 4 ,r gti
erfI:i-rat N.r% I. ve. lake', a 1w. u'ar t de'
I1;1,1 ii 'lrfil n Ulf" %%]Irli tilt- blue'
triklit ft tre- rt Ia lmtIiil 4 kulueraunce
%%14 It t 'a 41 lc i I% I i'a 14 n .1d l'e'-rirk '-
, ,Isj j9 rat dI iii I I% ti I i is .,I c d i.
ilia if too uto mups I i, iwmllt A ~1111 1114-:11n

r% 1 %i cls. i # u l 1`r -1,cfI i s

,AlIf t t

9 ,,e .

f p : V r


Soig "School Pays."
lia loguie "ltashful Young Man"
Music Violin mslo hy Master Guy
llatif. wlth guitar accompaniment by
Mr. A. .1. Hlanf.
R-citation. "A Similar Case"-Mi
i'r%\a Thomas
Recitation, 'Watching for Crumbe"
Kathryn lIatimer.
Recitation. "On the Gate"- Madge
Dlalogue-"Mtice Play."
Dialogue "Red. White and Blue." In
Song "Columbia. the Gem of the
Recitation. "Curfew Must Not Ring
Tonight"-Minerva Thomas.
Recitation. "The G;host"-Mrs. Lati-
Recitation-Mrs Maude King.
IHalhgue-"Going to Mauro."
The pleasant affair ended with a
social fifteen nilnute'.
I'he .school. however. does not chmse
at onci.. as our worthy superintendent.
ID. J. I.. Keille'y. has granted an extra
month. for which we are very grateful.
Mrs. W If lLatimer continues as

He Walked.
"Good afterrini. .Mi-en Brown! Go-
Ing for a wal' Mlay I igo witb you?"
asked an elderly but ardent admirer of
the lady.
"Yes; my doctor says that we moat
always walk with an object. and I mp-
pose you'U answer the purpose!"
Two Million BottleM
of Perry Davis' Painkiller sold every
year. Think o iIt! And every bottle
is lessentin suffering and helping
some human being to health and hap
ieness' This wonderful housebhld
remedy stops the pain of sprains.
burns or bruises. It relieves rbeuma-
tim or neuralgia. It cures colds.
cramps. colic. diarrhoea. There ought
to be a bottle on your shelves Just
now, ready for the first sign of trouble.
The new size bottle is 35 cents and
there is also the cent sPe. lie sure
your druggist gives you Perry Davli'.



W. If ll I and si t uiiJ1
or('iip4 irat 14 111- :11 I

Just Now We Wis

LUy of GaineSvilh

\ -k ~1 ~etla



...... C arrbiItat--w t A t
Mr.'Joeph H. Coalam, 4W th Ave., Brookly, N. Y., trilts:
"I satfered fro estarrb whb completely destroyed yappetIe rad
weakened y entire system.
"I am mow erreadnd ebeerfl Ia spIrtto, all throh the agee ofI -
na, which has eCred m effeetally sad restored my appette.
"My only regret Is that I did not se Perfuam se- r rA 1 wOld bve
avoided all my previous suffering and mlery."
v v ,_,,,,,

Terpl Lfr. Steuuui Tre a
Mr. James O'Hyrne,. Madlisoa t,
Tupeka, ka., conductor Baste Pe Rail-
way and member Order of Railway Oa-
duotors, writes:
"I suffered with a torpid liver ad
stomach trouble, which made my com-
plexion very sallow, and I felt misera-
ble and tired all the time.
'*An aunt wrote use that she was tak-
lag Peruna with such good results that
she advised me to tr. it, and I finally
bought a bottle, although I disliked to
lake patent medlclnes.
"lHowever, I found Peran very agree-
able to take, and effective, as I felt bet-
ter in a week. I took only fve bottle
It all and I found that was all I needed.
"I am most grateful to you for what
your medicine has done for me."
asi--ry Ctirely ReWawed
Mr. W. N. Cawey, lamilngtou, IIL,
*Is wo weeks after heginaing yoar
teltmeat I was well. 1 ued nie but-


'tie of Peraa. My eas wa bowel
trouble or dyselry.
"I also tried Peaa for a coabg, -a
cording odlreetlon, ad It exceedea
co'gh syrup ever eued.
"I wish every oe asieked woued t
Pruma a trial."
Po--4M 8 a T6ed.
Capt. R. B. Smith, Oreeeaboro, Ga
"After using several bottles of Per
na I can reeommead it a ome of thei be
catarrh medietaes on the market. Asa
tonle It has o eqaal.
"Peras Is all that to elaimd fori it
CatMWm ef o8ta1e .
Mr. Henry Neely, firstt UIeotemoaa
Co. "F," Uth Regiment, O. V. I., Bo
MS, Treaton, Mo., write*: "I sfered
for years with eatarrh of the stom h.
SfeemA a aadertiwee aot ef PerUam, I
bought a bottle aadeverydo made ma
feet bette. Sevel battle eomple
ered me.*



Groceries Grain
No Order Too Large
h*h.unils SIILLLFLM




One of the most valuable features operating In varIousa act Ga of
of our service, to our subscribers and country, are uniform In their aeuip
,t(c'kr to the public generally, is our connec- ment and in their methods of op.o
I Hlri- tion with the extensive long distance ating.
S. line of the American Telephone and Only by reason of this close trafl
Telegraph Company and the other al- arrangement between the Sell Te-
ociated Bell Telephone companies. phone companies is it possible to go to
We own thousands of miles of long a Sell Telephone almost anywhere,
distance lines in the seven States in ask for "Long 0Ditanc" and be put in
which we operate and in addition n c I communication with almot any point
h to Uvy connect ny telephone in our systemm in the country.
S'with lines extending to any other city This vast network of wires, radia*-
'in which a Be'l Telephone system is ing throughout the nation, is used
SBonlS operat.d. daily in commerce and for scial pIm
These long distance lines are of the poses by the banker, the farmer awd
most modern and Improved construc- ctiatens in all walk of lfe and eur
tion and are maintained at a high plant here lI an important link In thsl
,i\ Ill1 otate of effiiency. The Bell system. great chain.
f l(Hi.- -

Cor ; -spond nc rL -Il-
Correspondence solicit-

N 1 L 'r 8- j

Jach sonvoHe


Southern Bell Telephone

and Telegraph Company

iEfcent Service. S am e lU W 1V.

-. -me a m


An Eutra Mouth Has Seen Gramnte
fine Eveceses.

~II l~ i I I ,,III L: L'.I :I: -r -4 I
I h. pI II m I, III*If iw

11' I '11a T v 1;11- ct(of r~'I

A Itm Pim-k--t H11-"1 1

Iltittat io "Thos f lilile's'' -i'an-
Itociiratiien. A'.Ittle' ltlee-%rh"--- Agn.'s
Dia lfunsu t'hf!-t nuts Are Rie.''
Itecitatimon 'in School Illvay"-Po-tri

Th <*

U~ U

The Lon Distance Systm


...--....... 1
mmum ejo mat .o

loR Apir .-The-l I

meem serlesw of eloems
to (eto ry oa ay ha
r, Mnarb U and uT. P r a
a m* tomb. Ith0 0bam
fta irW" fo tr ta ci Ue. a"
i w ich t" pep" e moved
sumb er of the entire pro
Siletd the snarc-r of Uthr of

bI pk ae 4umer war enjoyed on
sihel grouds Friday. and the
Sas gives ever to speakhtg.
Whs tler.' Tbompo aad 8baw
-!dirht addre.me to a most .

SCarrU, pstor of the First Pap.

8--9 -roMV I Oll m-
m at O n s re me aslm .

I *My. smd th
wd imstrmutive mMItto~mrs*"

llMW L-- Bamm= A

-0 gg"fgmy gmggggwa O f tg lr
*pi ay di s w rM heartil

044 a9bly applied s- t stage,
I f em t a. ag r begr sem
-e a KeWSar Bnmware ma
w, rwprweomts4 the megrs bride
MW wine.l The "per.

1 f lighter.
ho .".. s" Sboe. u.ler the
mi ofa PmelIpa W. F. K ag durJ
So 0inmo e tLP Mlleed. Prot.
Ss alU y assisted by Mises .s .
I St rke.mmad Miss Curr of I
bUCL Terismw sho mmu
maomt Io tIhe tmsdelt, ead ad
sleas seemed pased with the

"wa s Nm OW osoti
w mevrl weeks. The pkat.
have of at m red fer hwenr this
IK to kme Lmby some thaz
'96 N thtu d far IsIM has
ests wthm that of the emhi
of 1911L
rp "* ofvr w kin&s are go-
mildly bad the prempects an
brighter "the hip iip sea
drws now. The a e. t in
vry LUeb to twsr thi year tha

of the high school sadesta
day ta o Irda t Ity, where they



of Six months hd Fearful
Atack or Eczema-Spread All
Owr Her Face and Eyes Bean to
Swell-- Scratced Tilt B'-od
Cams- Reie in a Night Oad

W~ my t~e girl wee .iz umcaumt
WUd gi u91aa
;rY Y'~~ mU ;v:LosT1c onr bw
rllb l. I did not
~y any eSntiaegato
th= bto Busily the
Jnrr wetkr

i t' grrin' a lmarge
-4Which* I uard for two
Wask lout min-t.o(at
hit# .4111 Sl. *1
Ob mauke It wtrw* Twia. I v-teia t a
tu..ed rt7 d -r 111.,afte'r c'zarI11anatg III$-
hab% ew it aa.. o- &etgass lHe' &I%..'ve
elthae r'11,- dama'' sm- itO wi mi flieaIa
.:,rgd all '~4 I l Isc. .lte.' am lI..I L
hiegn S smll.I Iae'enwr v.'ty auakt..ti=
T 114. Ire'w maaS..Ial. I I=;l id4
1W Y a LAIe (14, th11W craille I.e
wrv :at b err rail-e ug The' tiie i
won m1'4tqn 4 *,II Iei 41it aaa it A
cTIe s~r aigis U.a *-- 14,I t utlt' it id.
tUir freohea ?m to-it.i i I t.., aitae loUt
they Wrs uwriv .1~ 4 tr. 16..' kalb I
paid tout frmi i ta.*ai i s1. :herty 1-.
With, tit prtISe(
"(ba. U1 I3V t ftwia-to to141( ni t.' t hII#
f(oaUmra Iia-It W ich 1 11*41 1 1.4 111441 1 % t
fwSilY wtad CI, I Ia. ac1a I' as.'.ha atII.g.-I
tog. The. n.'-at iLi, atuoi ug l.. o... *
Mao anl whate I.. Aaa-.4 i f ill *I,'i o .4) ag
lmmagna. how sitil* l *1.41 I %is- (14 & sI-ti.
Sawt Uwdods rti-itsj tt t ri. u 4 tt ia
sad 1 I(-.c at ki J'a 'IA 'a. h t a .
Ia"U. .4 i a iny lhgt.j -ni'f r at I ..-,I
01B Ckhll tA'4A It..,., St.al 1 I4 1 I,- .. g/
e uriV[ d&.eb .i- i e' I lt .- A 1- t.
thkelt.yawss(old auial *jtittm. selli .-.
thme' cUv aitim 1 k. ti4 .timh.ail I a,,I.
ig ultm ura 116la16 1 dalW '61 1. f
Cuitw Wi-wolK.--'., distiaaal I t*'%-f t.1 &I.

Wi tt. 1 t&1 mok .lbod Idiq' -(VJ4 I ~ I 1*
bhi--l I W il lV Vie 14.111 1, ?A. I ia -11,
It" As -81. 4 mot* &.


ea-.Md With le Law.
A etatl well known Mobile lawyer.
wrh as lae sad ibed something o
a a -- as a -theer. was at em
Srl I a mit lbthat caused t
eh n bIom He woa the salt for
bb 40= Lad theI ber vowed veage.
ams. "fa persamse of that ame," is
the las a f Trethul James, he
em dar west itoe the lawyer's or*
ad eoeeA hilmo to a tirade of abs
that wol have raised a sa t water
ab to dti from pare vr. smb
ws h tailt ti vltutprmtlm
The lwyr mwer d bm othlag.
to t s -pris of two or thrae men
who were eMat, but, fttig oat of
Mb char, b-e to bobble backward.
am --ay, tThinkg he was retreat
SllowedU him p, with more abuse
OW theeateak sstres. TThe kw-
Ynws eat minaly streak agaaint tthe
wal, wi he seddely stralightaeoed
i a k ayiltlr Oeutlkma. I call oa
y to wite that oi aecoumt of this
Wall I have rtrated a tfr as posal-
Mo a S ral law of boa lde),.
Aw eat a Darrtager and shot his op-

At the trial he was acquitted. bls
witMas beftg the men present at
the time of the klllin. who testised to
the lawyer's having repeated as far
a r pd-ie.

With Interme.
"Yes. I know that certalu pasen-
ger object to tlpping on principle; but.
speaking fir my. *lf, I believe iu It."
remarked a ruddy faced old man In
the corner of a third cl sM smoker. '*It
Is oaly ribht to ri-w;.rd ourtt.sy. uld I
always make It a Iloint of lrlinu the
guard of thbl train l:.x'wcut when be
comes to see If I'm all r ibt. although
I'n oaly a poor man."
The other paiaenlgri not to be out-
doie, tbherulian dived Into their lammk-
eta aid when the iuard lxppped his
head Lside Ilel da,'r a few uaillnulle
later bh* f<,urd hiii.-elf overwheluned
with llvir col-,as
Au hliur l|)l~e'l. ld the pas ir(-tIn
ILot iutl jule by tou, until the old manu
was Itt facii: a 'lru e comalier'-al
traveler. who lean d toward himI c-ou-
fidetially and asked hlilm how hl could
afford to grlve the guard silxlence ev-
ery il:a. he Itm L a journey
)Oht. do't wa trry r urne.lf Iabut
that." r* il :dc l .ed IIeh eld i.umi. **' ldan
may I .aluill E 't it Iack witl lItieres "
"'ieeW Wi'lI ylu '?l
**'Le ui.i rd ir a som oif luiUW l ,ib
dua GAl. A-

A Knocker
Is a man who can't w' I( K(oI in iuiy
person or thing. It' a halt caua.ed
by a disordered lir. If )on filnd that
you aire b'iliinlua to bee.t thilngs
through blue ;(e'ct '*r tea a vi'ewl l" it+--w 'iio urs*,**'t w il
llallarda t llerluaie A I-urcte ur lor
conMSlltatlOn. d s|H'pila. aligndltKlllii
btllous elites aII ll lit-r. atlnt ii.r .1:;;.
busiMel trouble- Solld i). \ 1M .Ihn

Toys of Revolution Tilms.
TI'- t*a ,f lIhr l"ri-rc Ii It i tielit :
peil d Wir a I U.i.. t r..tir of Ii4ta ta -
ril,.h llut T'Thrt'v uarn tl, i h .-
sluadoMw tl ib Irthe lpr h. l,,pir;i: ,-f
I. uli \V .I ad .M ir,, ii., ii li,
Ti Ula t1ur1 i l n t a .
iidaued ilJat. r n "l iii: r. iul i **' -, ,f
I,, n i t ili (II.i. L .I; ,. f !.i. l i 1 ,.
a l ejrt Ii Ia lit I, a ill a 1 I, ,1 It ,l'
tli. I'Lr t l ''i i al .' a,1 Whi
li ildr i lf lli., I. i I a I I .1 I J)

till, t- IL *t il -. .1 1 I- I la. % I f
II" I i al' a -t %. n.< \ a 1 f.

i, a i l l i a I .i -
,I f .. l I i .
41 V -I. I-

J. L,

il. k- t" l H NI : .. 1 ,1 .. t,. I :.
d t ie i> ili A I .,Wg W .1 '. I
t< -.- 4 Ar e P l I 1,i. I I I ,
surtual uitilitiuis I It .. I ff *
iiuuli>d. atl I) 104, '. .1 1 A it l ti.i:

dUU "Wa'd' ad LrazS rvztult-

Wl take Up normal courrev,'. Mi.ers.
Oangod Howard and Wil ('arltont and
Mtles MaggCl C(MasM-lI. d Knl1l.i1
Warden were amonr the unnlher i ho
will prepare to lt~cb. Mit* .ialle
Ranll also departed tSunday for
Stark. where she will coatlnuc hIer
stdles for two months.
Mlu Vera Carr. one of the assist
ants ta the high school. left Sunday
merila oa tbe early train for Colum-
bta. S. C.
Missl Elile Relnc-Ihl. mne of tIh
tecbher during the latt ItIrnl ct
nchiol. rwet ol t- iklll lew Monday on,
i iit. She III go to her honior at
~athe N in a few da) .
W. J. Cro.tby ad t naill of Citra
q'tendcd the hclo-lni exerirlsm- of the.
hl-h school Friday and Saturday.
iHe. Rafe of Rochlle lle fi d hi. re.u-
hir monthly a> olouiitninrts at Isl:ain
,aruoe Sunday and Sunda. %evening

Miss N. NortoD

hvdtKU, hefts Statlmrj

SoHubi Shm Pkr

iii Picure Rmms .

T'. F. IlIU



mmd ION mlrt '.
aw 11tow 1lK

-ce on Ge oesa .

n aawtt! InE(I io arlt )I
flia t*.. *all mw 1 melograpb'wattl



The rli 'ad. Plir and Cake you
eat ihouldb lIe nutritious. The
fintet flour. mixed with pure
rich milk and baked In the
"purity fashion." make our
goods the most delicious it is
I|osible to produce.

Phone 15. R. T. Schafr, Prop.



Lmry, Fed Md Sle

.Davis Oliver

Davis & Oliver

G. S. Merchant & Co.
Ietalklo ad Jebbar te

Staple and Fancy Croceries

Gralq, Gardeqi Seed aqd Fertilizers

Ilghest market price paid for Chickens, Egga and othe- Produce.

A Omplete stock of Hay. Coa, Oats. Flour, bra. seal. Cottr
Ied Mal d Rye. We handle only the Very Beet good
at Lowet Pries. uad guarsate satlrtctloe al ays.


Bush & Safford The Gainesville Sun





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, a 104011 % '1' 1l i so11I I-#e'

No MVn 1s Stronger

Than His Stomach
A srum. mnmo iesstrng all over. Na msn me he
se"u who ise .werien from oek fmsch with its
semqure d indigests, .r from o r fir xiseese
of ew eomach and it associated oros, whib ism
e diestiom mad anhtion. ew we rse sees-h
1W or Aisesed the. a 14% U theautrUtriitam
*esakd i food, whch is th ei' tAe all p ch)ical
strength. Whern a min "&tw feel justs rihj.l
when ho e dwmu sleep wetl, h-- "I. uncomfortable
being in the stomach after outno* is lanuuid, nervous, irritable sad despoed
n, he ;s los gh nutrets..n nee'.iM to make strength.
Soc k a swua e hnld DrO. PIforesi Golde Medical
Vis:ov-Cav. It cores e'-9-es ofI&* themUach dand *theP
*pf eo df e.IJoa a S -' a- ff le. enriches tho ble.4
DM'.fe'('P'fV tve Ie': lc.. -ghnthe kndN nid., awrfeish
a e- cnd C no Re '.~ 'C LTN 1rN D TR E.VGrtf tO
Y01- *t _,..! c-C' N u'aD'rf nostrum ea a muhstifute for this now
elcolic m*cdicine tot, aim f)M rebIio%, noA esn though the urnIe dealer
sy tbcr a. L, L,. 'ngtec probt. Indcdicns printed on wrapper.

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I t T.r l I,'.i ta t to i" *-us Ida T ii.,'-. himn- ('otilip;inll. AI lro|ileb d4l
corloratiin utndaer ti' I,amwn of the*
State' It of Fl.orida. of( it h I'opflli yi 'e
the' follua iIn0 1M hall lI-' tlh' Arlt l 'l- iof
IneorIer.> ;:mi,
T i, l 1 i- i%. ;,il n r i i:lit t l tih '
r .ii ir i. .- i. f I,. S~ t.l ief Flotrilda.
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hall IP4 lihiilln f I 1 -04 Il.I;mT .t

Article' I-Tho' g I\< r i.:at 1ir' (of
lth I l -i 'ic. T t'. nt.ll i '. If t( .r' '* -.It.
j li ll ui s i tr ;.i ii I' ix k- ill, t' i
('r.>m1 ',.h-i lr ( I Itir I ill1 ;milm' I..- -
!o1.- i.- *t f orn Illr ; k-I Allh. t1, Trl .%
-n Ia l iade 'it( Ii ll e iarlifli l, ald 1':1-,4,
4-f'liat it'i. tils length a bothi C *;oo iijwe .
lidtl H t e'r lnlt t .ill th' t cllnti' ll
lIIt nl:idlcfe a ('itr h.. Illill.lkirro. I'I -eti*.
1b111 : 'il-.m.5 M .anrioln. S'Iuitt'r. Lake'i
anudi O)ralnge d colinties. tl) ou I. ol-r'latv'.
(c .. e mand ra'tit 'tll' iotlwO all l l.i.'-
11th1 h i'I-ss -ha i lll' t 1 foi t II. o l 'ratt '.
!eira-' .a l ii re llnt tolQ'i (n tlle' la '.' Tand Ilr
ndirl in ll i and aiIll ki.IeI n t ; le I ri i
cio ;ni al's. |is lni ..th il t thi ',rin-ina.

liond nshll: hl -* I i. r ,liral tcoun e if
and I rftirmn haitru ho. l. aHi ll- irt. al
,.ijoy t l it either lirfil -i '. litl ,,ret- ;- ,,l
lthlin: Vas lnl.t Marion. 'idt int. ct-iiar
rin t)r;x.detii for ; tohe conducting the
iie.'t.. r'% olm-rati|on. (if the' bust,-aicP..
amid i ne'rall be' ive tcd 'a ith :ivad have
all the- is.w,rm grarit,4i. or hich unny
I.. h- re fttnd rr t tI lpho t e a'l' t'hone l co -
l.ii'i- uiidrl te'# lii.( i ofth lhe StaI l- 4
Arti, it. III -Th 'i amill int of thie iald-
tiln sh-tll haof |id r (l;colpan shall b do
Tand Thi.rrm hand har.l. diidied into
l'jy Iil other ir id .lara, wi of the' liar
or ifol.iws'' oFitve Iis of thid dollar usins
;a-td i ntlle lil h t vll std it h and havte
tr a.-iirl tlt It ,' Il'i lf 4-e cit Iii .' lth
:tllthv.'r ai I th,- ir,'t)r' n awhIh d .v

Trin Tho. I id DT riollfar. dlidld ntohi
.,l a t ir.oiaiid shar i-eli. ai of I iI lllart
vaIluf of T" n I tal. irs. to lw |ald in, as

S I,.follows: thousand dollar- in
Thar.Il irea I ,a ,lil allteii!l- 111 ,t% lr.oI-

'rad a t I l th lial n l -' I t' rIii 1.ai in li th

i: t i',r a I' lh e dir ector ,.i nill. de

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mialt rrva, ti l r. moll i at -l 'to r( C
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e ti rrv. r r a i et t l eker t .

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a 1 '. 0 .liele* 'ilt tit ub I lh alir el f(l,
1t I- e tie aile' r 01c tt .i enit us tla
I \ 't StI .k.rt (;:id lnt; 1, i".1,..
aaa art Ie ledan t. A r. Ve ale. Se

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'tfiar e-s tir'i liti;rd af H re far-.

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ate o l Filoridlt. to w t r

' OU i of hAl iu. ior rator- of .
aIr .or ..i i i .a nd th* I ,' t -< I, t ,. fI r .
it.nrk it'lrle o f with t'l( etni"a r i fl.

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for re .1 ta'I ;rII.II*'e-llTI -
eerie .. dtu Graham sue!d in, East Main Gtre Me h
Is og11..1 a ~r ot I ~l1 Sel Pik S I6. Ales Long Ditansee
I ii 1' t l-' l n it. 1 ,-k #-a i ` e f R E D W A R D C L. A RK
port iqijf t. of v'ach anti e'ie-r cmt-
sen s ho I. 4J'ialifiel I c.1n1 otlii DE.TIlT,
prontk. the' satn.( r't.'e( a' I hate
e.A ea MIe re d j gli\ S i Iii,. ;a -4t. hle M ce s in G raham Building. over
Yours for 40rd4'r, 0 aunders & Earle's store. Phone

I tako, this Iraetl.t l of itr:.frnlt!rg the I h.
pulIu that I amn a c.ti:liilate for City
Marshal at the 1l. ction> to lbe held on
Alril 1:,. lo. I r- .-ectfutll) mOil( it
the sulritrt of all ) t r. irr. ;,.t 'i
of Iart. afflliati.n miid ibreoml-e to 00cm
faithfully and Iiilart :illv dl.c'hargi
the duties of the offle should I be
elected. Re.lectfully. D~

To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
I resltectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year 1P'O9. Hating been Tax As-
sessor for four years. I am fully pre-
pared to fill the office, as my record
will show. the city assessment hav-
ing been increased in that time from
a little over $6son..oi) to over $1.000.000.
I was prevented from running for this
office last year on account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
votes W. M. BRADFORD.
To the Voters of Gainesville:
1 hereby announce that I am a can-
didate for reelection to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1909.
In the election to be held on April the
13th. and most earnestly reque-' ',i-
all to give me your vote and ...rt
for the position.
Thanking you for your past endorse-
ment. I remain. Yours very truly.

1M KW Yu AIhu ujm q
ears the
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oveT OLmee-lvU Naional 3m.,
PIbos No.



00m o v DUtom A OW&'. m&
pbome 290. minvil na.
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OM In Haymar Blek.



Cas sell your sity propeuy. (lm
proved Ma W impro-fei), -hm
soaking amd braf ins ldm. e88 dhim
a lies of issio oC;IorteIa. Bman
Amid solisisor is zealot
RoeZ' as"a Cmwmelamsm mO W de
oral Pmetlae. All busimes Ipreenb
satiemi to. 02.. mene lxdewto 1


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Pracutlc In

Treasre That kil asre
All i.'totlliiti. l"'-tll ui s o ornat a tl
% A ,rt4iu It like'lif,4i 11W I,! t yw"i p
t ho ro-al I-aIr gum ,I vanT I f-, j i c n Lt'
, m Ch mt('aihE r-'.'. mkcry, I cla-oAmn- and
ail),Imixti t ritilv eitm- at t ii1 4 Im ecr
all-I ourclo-wam limt
jiliEviovi, -ert- for S$12: Ml"." 4-ptio-v
nim n tici- A@,'-k tianIi *%tr I 'eeon' iti eery
4if' ,. a rtliait I t i;r -I ro- i t1 er'IPhIIIie'


The Title QuestionI

r 1

'*0 .4e a I i
..ele ,

as hey
as they

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None ar,. so blond
who w! :01.o see

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all Courts,

stat am

Oeoes oer GaiNeevis NesL emI Maes
Parties having job priting done at
The Sun ofce are entitled to one
vote in the Bush & Saford Piano Con-
test for each cent paid for such
work. Don't forget this when in need
of printed stationery. Read the ad-
vertisement giving particular re-
garding the contest and vote for the
lady V ylm mme

HAM a^

Tuner and Rebuilder
Estimat< Furnirlsed Promptly and At
Work (iuarailtatl.
Refervnce:; Altlruim:
J*I.Yr Finr1 h I'ianol('e. GAINEKSVILLE,
I.tElEl n O tate Fl.A.



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East Florida Telephone Co
The Long-0Ostance System

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$1.00 Oiw ytai l3ipt i'll
F. r A1. bdif! V 0:I~rta1 AI.Z S I I b (' II Ul15h

so e00 to "GOO



In Which a Resident of Alachua

he Awarded a Beautifl Howard P

Certificates Valued at $3,158.0 I

The Bush 5 Safford Piano Co.,

senatives of The R. S. Hoard C

The Contest to be Conducted

County Will

man, ad 18

F eby

Sole kpre-

I. of Mbai,

by THE SI in

Behalf of Bush & Saffrd. : : : : :


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



In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,
on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable Due Bills, same to be 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:
Ts k irst qa &i aIbt t t a rf. h a r Ir k r....... SWM
Ta d a Wc reI i it iri s, sha WU fhr r...... ..flfl
To h e Mat .a rciri t v, o r k r.. ..... ..* ~- 1~
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 respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get

The following merchants will give one vote
for every cent paid Into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gaineaville Hardware Co.
Phifer Bros.
Hy4e a Tench.
Where Votes ky k Cast
Ballot boxes will be found In the establish
ments of the mrtr Ia nt- is 'titg ik ote-n and at The
uit ofli e. VUotef- bse-t t mailll umust IWb dlre-lte.d
to the Voting Conti..t lk apartment of The Sun.
Gainetvlill-, Florida.

$1.25-Three months' subsc
$2.50-Six months' subscri
$5.00- One year's substript

Rules and Regulations
1. The contest I open to anyone living b
Alachua county who Is knows by the cooductorI
of the contest or vouched for by aome reputable
person, to them well Lkown.
2. No employee. attache or relative of the pro-
prltors of the above-named frma are eliible to
participate in this contest, and will participate in
no manner
3. In the event of a lasunaerstaadlin between
candidates or others interested in this contat,
such contruoerny may be referred to the coo-
ductors of content, who alone are the persons
qualified to render decilsoa.
4. In the event a candidate decldfe to with.
draw from the race. such candidate will not be
allowed to traniferr votes to the credit of another
candidate in the culteLt

I411 -ubcrrlbwr, New Rubsertbers
criptiou ................. .... 400 votes 500 otes
ption........... ........... 1,000 votes 1,200 vote
ion .............. ......... 3,000 votes 3,500 votes

For a club f five one-year subcriptliut ( ,, .. ). ..25,000 votes

For ii club ot teni bix-moi ti' subscriptions(I

).. 25,000 votes

30,000 vote
30,000 votes

. . 400 votes
.... 4,000 votes

'I 1 1- , ,t i, < )i, I i i i a l, ,i- I ,1 4 .1 I :,t, t a i t Itt.\ -. ('Ii r,'

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
d stributing votes is undesired by the proprietors

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To tha \e t.r- .4 h (',t,,,o GaI n#
ih i.t can~

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4Vor Iu AL IMW

i nspp..nuel -.

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grpet Mrs. Taaft's Redo-

eu for hatehtam $1 for
C. J. MIl. City.
alsed tea orty 40 cents per
Naders & awie.
ed that order today fora
erlal4ed beef. J. 0. Harrold.
y best erab m"at oly 15 enMts
ohelIs. aseders A Earke.
3L. tatoo left yesterday for a
bamsit visit to High Springs.
rWues pos-is bket graulated ru
Wr en deotr today. valley & Co.
W eSte t OctasoM ban of soa
a dlaer today. C. A. Valley & Co..

Well we are about to and out what
"Trade ate avagaana" is. L ok for
awrer nla Suday's paper.
Take a mooalight automobile ride -
ly $1.50 per hour for party of alx
I saven. Phome 3.3. or leave your
ader to Miller & Vidal'.
W. B. Taylor. of the Baird Hard-
rare Cjimpasay. has goe to Cedar
Key. where he expects to remain a
iort while to catch all the Iab that
Sme his way.

mll aweet potatoes only 10 cents
peek. Sanders & Earle.
Good sutle horse ad na1e rubber-
thUd bmgi for ale. Apply to J.

Just try some of those smoked
sausages that Salley & Co. have in oil
-oMly 11 cests pmond.
Plakrs ChI Tode is garantoed to
Sehi fever, f oeda am d laerippe.
Price teC. Sold by W. M. Johnaom.
See Here-Mrs. Tallant is selling out
the Baaar. Go get your hat, dress.
etc.. for Master while the sale lasts.
A. L. Dyal of Pernandlna is among
the visitors to the city, and Is stopping
with his brotherin-law. H. P. Hol-
Get In touch with as and try some
of our fresh meat. It excels the
Western product at much less the
coat J. 0. Harrold.
If I were you. I would do as I and
partake of one of those excellently
prepared dinners cooked in (Gk.rnia
style at the Brown Houe.
Automobile ride to any iart of city
or University. 15 cczta. after '' p'. in.
25 cents-10 tickets to I'nlr-!,r.iti I$1
for sale at M1lllr & \Vial'h. Phone
It Pays to Spe ify liae lllbon va-
nllla extract. I)ainty desulerts depend
oa the Savoring used (et Ilue Rib-
boa vanilla extract and )our %ucce!s
is assu red.
R. 1. Ioulek and wife of Kanapalia
were visitors to the city yestterda).
hb-s) wrre en route, to Alachua. where
they will visit over Sunday with Mrs.
Uouie's ilrentb.
J. H. Parker. who has made h.is
bhmte in West Florida for sonie time. *
has removed with his family to Gaines
vlle. They arei now pleasantly lo-
cat. d in the W. W :olson residence
In East Gaines.vllel


Fw TOMT OLT We Preu t a S tiri Offer of



These g4)4)Asl are elegri.;itly tiiale :andile~lalorattly trittuinedl with La:es m :liu Eloode~ ):riths
andI heullltitchod timwk'- These goou hlvlii, iiever IR 4 on1 toct itfer-.4 d1 fo -.. At-
thanm $1.25 to $1. 75-Ir today onilv...................I.................UB.

Urn Tuwo -uwd~ aid Nuway

MW's' Ui r#Ai Nqligee Shirts
III this 144l we Jan.t* ,It..ei Iji c *.. \l idhfu
4 Au 14eI. and ('l110 t11 t Iklr 'Ts. S1i. "e .'
eIrrijahe1Wsn cal ti-w.. f'r t% r3 111.41 i At -.i
knowsetheir ft*I*N--tiva nism-eo i %v \e i ow 'Acl Ii ll.
didcioua-the niagh 1116) 1a. ..' eca-' i' ff'rat.te1 ..I I titaI Ir.
Shift NW41D 1-eY 10111e1`11 114.1`1lcd-Cu St t11,4- a1 e i cl i 011 1A\'.e
aaanl simat ess.--aii 14,r IIse-r eaI Ittiisee _' I 0
$1.60 aueimt I171 '.aiiaep, tiiie 'layse. iiym

For Two Days -Saturday and Culday

---Hosiery ani Neckwer---

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"1 uight ietween llthe 1I4ours iof 7-, I ~o !,sI' IIOI 'O'""'jieri 4)1ea- eef I..AIII :'

omhb r bukmm Iwu, &Mue Cos Mudin lom"& CumI CosO ad kawers

tAJ rwell irI"i'. rimo. wi-I e %gji,4j., % r up. Lr1f

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S1h egt)4Im-wi, kiclhstl regarob, iiian dIt't wish-
t'!A 0! 'IC eahflicer iand 1 lin-etor (If the II1mik,
11111cY11 illRIWII ai~V-gtliti a cord~ial welcomeini'
titlI Illlking rooni"'.

IIIPIIE' ;f1, IkE41 t11 I; 1Ik. th411.14.vII, :i-. l. t
a114 id -Irev111. t o)lle* ta m stlie. w~ho) c1I'm I II Se -.


Ike* rm orm

Kippiered hrrt--three cans for
6i cents. aunders & t arle
Dr. J. H. ColMon made a bhort pro).
feasiokal visit to Rochell- yesterdI.
Mrs. Marguerite cMrlomi.ll o. \% iI:..
ton was amot the city ye).trday
Cheaplest acclde t ina..r.t..i e
Thomas' lecrtric Oil. Hopi t' (ic .Iin
and heals the wound All.A ..
sell it.
% .ge lab hles in seI':lion .i! .. .
.al Misant inll the grio -et liii t it ,.i1.wI
r I.a n d to fill our orti*-r f.r "r t

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.I II Parker I.ftl 3'-t(o rdl.r a
-hort lurmneiis trip to rHk c*
tie will hereafltir tin ,lii omi e.-(td with
a Jacksonvillte houpw, in i tra\'lani
capacity. making (;aiile.- ille. hir, held
J. M. Powell of Alachua was a vis-
Itor to Galneavllle yesterday. IHel I
the geiala and accommodating pro
prietor of the Sheffield Illous and has
hundreds of friends among the travel-
lag public who ae always glad to
rerch his place.
Miss Mary Groover of Jacksonvllle.
an attractive young lady of that city
is here on a visit of a few days to the
family of W. M. Bradford. West Ma
sonlc street. She has visited here be-
fore and has a number of acquaint
aces who will be pleased to again
meet her.
Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe-
guard against serious results froiu
spring colds. which Inflame the lungs
and develop into pneumonia. Avoid
counterfelts by Insisting ,lpon having
the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar.
which contains no harmful drugs. J
W. .:cCclluri & C'o
The G. W. Hyde Conilny have
another of their special sales advertilh
ed for today. Some exceptionally fine
bargains are offered the ladies and
the articles could not bel made for the.
small price they ask They are als:;
offering tempting bargains for the
me-u folks. and all interteste d should
read what they have to ray in their
aL. .. h., i:*I' I'
F. L. Steenburn and wife of Farm
ington, Ill.. ha:ti r.turneid to tlh-ir
honme' H P ra l.oart11 tilit he're' to the
fornim-r' brother. A. St) e*enilai
Mr. Stdieuburg was fornierl) a re-gu
lar i;: itor to the city but hish a.lr hia
firr-t .-it in 'liim tlium and i!. a'-%a
air. eal l rlrrf -ic. d with the, I it tand
tl', many fI liilx's I ian h, i<- HI !l de
cl t. ii 1 t lbe t i t'el iile "' IllI:. toie
lit Floril.t
The Iliiazana liouse is nilcI full of
b:iian ,as alpplelt and oranger.. anid we
ar- offering thet be.t banallna at fbiil
I Fr;ni(ci.-c-, has this wt-'k paid out
$.i' I. for the speclrl privili. g. of
.t-r. iit Iji. arlny of custonimr. at their
hoeni- anld a ill hi.reafter runl a iagol
oin e- ,cry section of the city It \lon
haeln't a 'itLonc you can call tir'
wagon and have your lantti litifl.i'
right at .our own door N Franellt i-c
the orlinal banana man.

Each lnsertion, but no advertise
meat taken for les toma S 0 enta. S
words mak a lae; no fractioaal liaea
very word over each aix coi tinl as
an addltloral line. CAhH In advance
must accompany all orders for laser

.Mrs. W. I. Jackson of Archer was tims I tLis column.
anmong thea lbuiits. a bitors to the cit
yesterday. LOST.
It Is with a deeply feeling of regret -
that we announce an OctagonSoap l.OST-ltetween Ior.-,y.'.\ store jnd
-ale for t-dv.i harsh f.,r ;, dollar nmy home. one cow lwhip. Liberal re-
(' A. Sialley & ('Ci ward for return to I. F. Watts.
Alir d I. Kimg. a fonrmr i.oiildu(tot -
on the S-ilhordl a liih h'headqcliiartr.- at I1 OR RENT.
\Valdo. wai- a r**-i im:l hi-. iNiuim irou. -N
friend.l .in th-. (it ye.ste.rda( FOR RENT-One six room and two
Hat.',e .\,ral pilanosfo Ior -aile a' nfie-room cottages ii n oltlh (;aines-
barcga n In rc -s :aioiIK tI hli a ville. in front of Coffin Factory. city
' t.'\ Ii right in a black eltolny water. Aipply at Coffin Factory.
.i-a I;.fcr e 'r- eu l .uii. a p'iani gx.t i -
plis ~% I iill l'O l RIENT Five-room cottage on
S- t ria I .t.ar block next to Equare; city aater,
ie t. a l electric lights, bath room and all
S (d1 *C.is f 1 I I- aniodern conveniences. Apply at this
lieI 1(i a I ....l e a t dlhilf I41;1 11% ;o ffi-Eie
!I tl..e ,I e ill. f F 1' i -tiViel-Sleall Soif
A 's a '( i e.l p iii ,il i l her motilit-r
\.I : :i Ai.... Io..,.r ..f li e FOR SALE

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i 1 ii>- 1,./"r \l- h i 1 ,I ri IrE, n ,

t l et I i ;la V. Ie- I 'ri I
ta .i o 'r M', ti tt l It I-,'1 ,, 1

It. II Me('rc-anry tor Sun of ice
I: I' W illi: ile-lI id F Ii f lia-e
I it e- n -..tttar f rir N York ('it )
ib i r' L It r wll i, l it wai t r the next
e'* e1-r;4l l,% o1 1 0 ite heiek L ifter
trie li 'ht-. ii-rai t i li a d aI ll t .
Ipod rn con t''L1nc'(' \W p l to .1r.-
SII MC l !yary or Sun offe el

th,' lIe'i,, k~ih Ah (-of,'i F eal iltlereida, I
1i I o. illi iaiii ,.,1 and frI i I Li',
il,kit lc i er le' i-ifor i 'lw York i 'lcitk .
' *\ 'ral "1( 1 l. I' l h l-vl ho t l iook after

i" ll I' i lie ll. 'l i < ol t a lhe'iIi T i s
,* I 1 e ..l i ,'. i l I t \ 'i i l T'T ho -.
I 4 1 I I 'i t i t 1 1 1% -1 1 1 1 1 iI l '

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e i, !' l ol ,h it 1.tj j :I t i i. i 11 'o
.he Ic' I A I iil l\ or F I I il l,
It 1 4 1 ? < .l 1t\rda l f n1 11.1k.
i ,i l h ,i, AI i ,I- .1 ;lit-.h kah W
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*'OIt SALI. Typlwriter ribbois, I ,th
<',py niid r < ord. 75 cents eac1.
1ill o;l~1i'-

F-olt SAI, IPair of good Imul. and
wagon. Apply to Jeff Simuon. in
I frot of Iluttonu' Itank.

*'O)R SALE-Two cottage u South
Ualnesville; terms easy at reaoa-
able interest It unable to pay all
cash. Apply at Sun ooffe.

VOR SALE-Corner lot 100xl25 feet
on West Main 8t corth and Boun-
dary St. next to Jeff Kendrick.'
Will sell at a bargain and on easy
terms. Apply at Sun office.


HOFFMAN, the celebrated German
ccach stallion. will inaker this sBeabon
at Crawford & Davis' stable Terms
reduced $10 service fee. cash In ad.


(1 I 'K H :Sl'(H{AL TI\l fa loa,-t nl.In-
lhi, d atb (iei tf l I i ln >i.> rernii.,-el or
i r I inAlA d .i,6 |. r l, I S. ,i, L, \" M lo Eh II'.o

\e'. .nrtilnx flnl4 the' be.t he rk.
f ur % \r) t.iiug ile. why nut for .f
*' re aL ii% 4r% ice, '

First National Bank
(GAINl-:E-. 11V.1-.1. 1- I IHi )A

Established Over Twenty Years
.4Jpit.l, $it1. tI MIN m. M urpl-, .0,thM MI.|


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

Jan. M I, lralaul, I e. I l ) ,r Ia-,.,
S. hairtl, \'l vr-l'r I ir. t wr





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J. Manase Invites Public to Call and
Inspect New Goods.
We ha'e just rectrihed a fiin' linr
of Kirschbaum's clothing c*mn.lsting oi
series. flannels. and worsteds. in all
the latest shades and styles. and we
would be pIlea'ed to have you call
round and give us a look. We will
assure you that the quality, workman
shil. fit and prices are right. Thewe
celebrated Kirschbaum suits never
fail to glte satisfaction-once worn.
always worn. 'Come and sete us. ev**.
if not ready to buy we take great
pleasure in showing our goods. You
will alwa! Ibe treated right at our
store, Always read) to s#,.r.' you.


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