Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01626
 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 4, 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: VID01626
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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Former "Cotton King" Favors a Chan of Ware-

houses to Carry Out is Project.



Family Reunion at ,Orange Heights.
Town Taxes Being Collected.
Personal Note of Interest.


I BM Becomes a law arvester Trust Wl Prolt

to the Extent of


AT.ANTA. April ." W\\'hn th
farmers of t(he South anid ithe (*llt-l -a.'
e .n-fn of the South s.:v the' err' f il.
Swill htw iuiiielelial.li aailabHl, iln i.lli-
k'nt volume forceer to pIlatce th.' great
industry of cotton production upon a
stablt. foundation. fre o' from the
('halice fliitult atiion.- of the market. r'
S lie\cd of the- ;it Hck-. of nianilpulators
lt il e I<.\ini the ig:iTtlt cropl n niloilI
til. ofI tliih se-*c'li'ni teo rosriPlnti ulint -l
h Iara-.e'd and tilir.-Strictud. to the. l-
gililtiifa sa of i I su'IlyI ail d lln.itiil
The- re -iilt should ic'all to thIl South
ain l iiaii.il a--hli saliil ralgirng from
l; l1.e iel 11411 to $.e: 1i.4HI.IMHIii.
lit thl,-' plain prm s Iaihiel .I. Still
tJi n)e ain hof dro\~i cotton to its high-
e'.-t market eIrice'' itl(' the' il \'air.
.e te-I.rdal outlinlle.d tile I. iirlip of hii-
~liit to Atllaita a nd the So.uth
('oi,tinting. Mr Sailli iaid hi.- ilan
('(tlite'lhl|l.tl''- 'li',. 're':lot 1415 itt 111il lIl
rco<,ne tulA lp la ,u-ilie .r .e'ationl lii lr- ;Li bl i li t it iii.-tl l'i('- .,1 e l
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Ten h'.llons Available.
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OVER $150.000.000 A

Some of the Larger Con
stricted by This Law frc
ing New Busine

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I a. :a.er in the South friai the' ninn
w ho raise-4 one Wale to the' n:imsl it,
raise's a thousand bales'
''A mnitniunh fund of Sll.smiimnpo sult.
scrilm'd by the most conse'rmativ' finamii
cliers of the' I'niteud l States is Iaalalale'
t 14) le Lqtivest.d in such iro~ncladl so
'urittic's asini.sure-' the' abhillty tidI re'
sjJi~t iilIwit1 o' %trthe'jplants jereotlidetet4i,
Sredee'ni their jorfpinni~e's aniel 4 ihelica tltio
to thc lut t cl;a ii b
"The' pee'olele of' lii.' @ S40th will it.'
xiii'n the' first (viol ot imt.% t~i~
ini this ji r je'('-t if I stil rigld I %, *-ti
i gation1)1 it c('4limllie&4Iit-e It iot Owir

Chain of Warehouses.
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oif i#4ltidC'I A aelei-etimprgimo ieiiIlie,
south? i *,i'hit itl iii inii ir awiel 'i11,.i
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Savannah Market Quiet in

Sea Islands Last Week

W\ \1.1 .April :: Arrange ii
are -i ;altt eeim,.le'te'd fur tlh' et.w;il
mili, t oll ;i i r.il fre i li\*.r. r, ou
I, t we iti nile' I a ircuit to)1I IIIe
%ard and wo'-ta.ird of Walidoi.
'A ll do aay 'Ait th ille, .- ll Ipotof
of (;raha.iin andi Monloi 'hla It will
s-' %lllt tihe dolla.'I- |p'r nlilIonth aiin.d
,*ral appill.llit-. want it
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e,,.t \\ASIIN(;TON. April :.-How doen a much higher prl'ce as the high duty
,It-h 'lt' I.iartac 'r ire In the. l'ua.ue triff piemn'ntN of theb few foregl Independ-
- o: bill" et manufacturers that the Intern&.
iorth S'l eral ('Coningr'snil'l ha\l ainswe'-red tilonal Harverster Comnlly I ermits to
  • 4',.'- w% ithiln tih last fe. days. IEach one. re- "Thee farmiter are making more
    i. s\ t;lld a 'jloker If the hill than anybody else. say the lobbyists
    I >'<,,i.,< a lawI the' Iinternational Hlar-, for the Implenmnt mIanmfcturers.
    ist. r 'Conllpany. which nexit t,. the The'y are able to stand a good. stiff
    ingl I l'ltl State'*' Ste''il ('olrporationi. it the- tax on agricultural Implements."
    Ior n,-It powi rful colmhin in the country. TheT farimerie reply by admitting
    will Irifit to tile' extent ,of trillion. their fltnanc*sa are In a healthy condl-
    a;. Ihichli will flow dtir'ctl\ it'nto t1, loff tion but that Is an Insufllcient res ,o
    onili f*tr 1 li lt1h' Po k'e't% of liilt proplit-r why the ReIlublican part) should l|e-r.
    or (cl a- A.ie rlIlan farnlrr hnlt therl to be' utreu'aonably taPed
    .Jol \'e hal%\' ttkeii car'c of the- farnll r." b the' agrli ultiral tru t.
    St 1,(lared ('hCllrnanii I'at.i- of Ihe1 \\nas The iahre of farm proIlnrty in the
    k .inil ineM.ll ('omllllltte.e.. jilst after hi. I'nilted HStates' In 1 li. the census year,
    :111, tariff ,ill w;A nI i.oetrd "The- duty was $f'.14.* Ml.N..i the value of farm
    a ,l n 11 agric'.lt;' il ii,,'iie, tills ha,- I'l.n a.nimials. $'o.2'.:1t ..l134; eotal $22.742,-
    er.,. |' it 11 2.<,, i. ,... I Ie- ".t* The t'ital capital Invested la

    it. I Il'. PaI.i. I.' pr :...lltfacturiln iindustrles in 1900 was
    l I i la I it ihe '.lr '. 1 ;::(.7'* On the farmer's Invest-
    i il i i i :t. I '1 4 lI.irro s.? !., !i i e'ti- thi rne A i% s a return In money of
    e**r r- i, ':r i uiiturail drill-. :, t! i(; I Io pir c .lit. htle, on the manufa"-
    ',llie ,- tli' iii' 'ilachii .11 :11 i f t '.r -r'. iihale"ti itt th e-rl was a return
    S l t' : -!i:Ill i. Ieer e i,t ad l; 141 7" t i ,i er e*e'st.
    I I t! hlaill ) i.'- it I loI 'Thf I'a tit' ,il111 provide" a 25 per
    S, i a t ', i folliA il,.' I'-. t *o' ('*'it ati '.it i r,-it duly on agricultural
    Si I.:% ,l Io r \ itr i it :i- imielI ''*I *' it'.e i \h i.iti III;Ieo1 1 frolli Ili Is iila lof Vigir l la. In prote. tling
    tit, .> !;tr I lIee. p. I' \ rna ilt;i a ainl.4t I'rol- leis Of the meaMsure
    or iol l.o ill.l -,.>-.* li tua or i u hiith di.inlliltatit agaliiKt the faruier.
    .)ti; ,li Ilke, anrtr l*,. Ilmportedi ficTm "Ei\c'r c('luntry whith manufactures
    ilIh I iiit 1 St. 1 1at shall Ie'. illeeortte'l ;ivric(lltural inillllni'nts bhas a duty ca
    it. If lii1i\ :ri cultural lin|llene.nls. and thus
    Thlii-. i a -o.m'inl r deduction of t, l:-4' co'lntrilc would hie coniop*lled to
    1*tr e.int :tit alor-iiin a' t Hi pr-e'selt pa a duty of .'* per cent ad valor;*i.
    I;lk 'iro\ ,ie- a aiN'lv of .** 'r cent The. Ir.- is therefore. protcltetd as
    i4l %'al.rlo inti lol ? ai t sii ll% :t eeniac Tne'r It folre front its real rl\al In
    Srlue i t ieoi for Ia.ter tli tIe blil I rlI\ itte. trade' andd cirntlnue's In It impregnable
    Ito :v ,iete oif '". o r r iit :tl \.:oil. r i m Iltitionl anid in Its ability to Impose
    '' *'+ c'ii i.i i lllrtiir i,.i t. l,2 I l it .;,\ rice' it idle-aies for It wares upon
    I- iil( reA .l 11 fl r i. a, it iii .iAt r t',. f:arlni'rs of this country. W hat is
    a ,. .I *,I The' at i:.tl I ik r i i4n t1 pu;rlsse' of th'- framers of this bill
    ; .7 e. teI l':,i' i% '- I ,lll .it,! r .i d- if it is n t tol de- eie the farmers?
    fe e*'1 "' I-I p 'n e'ac' arti'le' efni- \ hly eIro. hide for a mw'ming reduction?
    ill, *I.i iIl It pr.eIralph 4*; of S Che'd ile Wh not frankly say that the duty on1
    \ .5.- i, e iiiii h i ald alare' ilr.'.e articles shall Iw 2. wr cent ad
    \.i iiiifn lur. r.- of :itriciilt 'ril iii lopl aaulrcn. instead of hiding the fact in
    niliit- ;i'i '*-'ll Ii thli.Ir g OO aliroalc d tl ntr;ii.- of thil hill,. so full of con-
    :ilft r ls:alini% tran-ill rd 'i. i i.-I lv ii.ia iiial |.iiih and Ol confusing
    i;i tli tariff dcuti.es ain lipd .) othir ilithat W Ihn it flrst apipe-ared the very
    colntri.s froml I.- to 1. pIer e-ent e'lec-< wse-re- dcr-cei'ed as tio its real lm-
    i thl,.lt-.r Ihant th'- .ell the- .Lari Ktrade(ln I:lrl" The farnimrs iof tbli country are
    of iiiapl ir'lntil to Ami r ll ltan fairlnl rsl intillgiK t flI t! ; :-r. alii' to their In
    This- i, under the t'o Ijir cent ad %alh- t- 'rest.i and th"\. sill resent in no un-
    ir i llen t 1 lt ih. \ will ble a lel l o xtort Ile(ad andl de e-lc\ theIn "

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    gac.go- In the o'irangc.' -i*ihtl-hi at Wits-

    ,.%tf#r !'ii55m f-the' lend.' domaiaed a
    1-e114,'Iti 1%8gu,1119 lilt MiAJ t he. happy
    % In.. e liil' Ib ft 'all 1th#' 0; :~ train
    le-i I ..ikoLleindl fromil Ownr.'toa) 'itate'r
    t .:i l, la Ie %I'r II I N- acft
    )1~1111 d % o) % wco- wrts~j

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    No Mob Violence Feared

    For Mick Morris Now

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    I 1 i eerl I I" i I.ll t ri' l ill
    S., eI 1 lil I for I 1the

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    S* a l e > 1i e .1 1i jail .eel1t

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    l i, ', '. I ,i i l i ln i ilfl
    i iln iI .' .1 e t' i ilL li tea .l.iliel h the-'
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    M os oo lAue Roimedto

    ray awt att the e6sgil
    tr Se empeo e of heariag e-o
    St iees whose same had
    trIgoh ulam the

    min Clark Dla were ia at

    mae. aof Adienma ems.
    of J. Jay md D. Goa-
    m anmad na the iha, they
    hagsm -gpe rh
    was rested sun-

    gWm- U- thte emts Th
    iogglia e mha sa sawe P1
    lowI he ftrred i the efty
    INisa im i inrP it

    Oa to t v a11 4eabmt te
    nMrl M h hi1 pom

    1 iuWe1 ea elshmh, thneagh
    emmOaNalded that the
    oggomwe. hbe redteed: J.
    i So M ; m et" Rivers Is
    ml to $ s 0; Mlaryl elt-
    IM;S; Abd -pgmal pOperty

    W. I ashem of Arebhr made
    es oe OiNE toredee her
    adso mamer was irred ito
    aat mi ah wMit p we

    amaI a the mMo the
    pm m Fa bhe ar med at SA.

    Sao walod, fm hrI
    No amuy bod was re
    i si oIm ar ee moeis to

    -a d twlsam ist,

    s ome wet the pmeom
    ofM ot Anmem .

    amUNI11001 EPOT.P

    a mino as anleow M ki
    T@Nds Apr* IML
    adam hv Us heft Neaerk.

    ibmmB hd dires it iew
    by the s Im a of" a w

    S 11 Ti pla Yt d y te p
    oAfAVu -OTe "etI
    k bhooprosm asadmes aMw

    ilo oad obd ate De-.
    - a I a a m P o n MA I

    SLS wEE Wot m ad
    I s be tremeat the
    l- br ee h etwmtye tohis

    *0 bue awFe by tan
    fEt b b rewt f ed to mi

    oa MIsat Dr. oraham wu very
    i shed rwith the up-tomte
    bd f the lenitrtum nd says be
    spea a good word for it wher
    Shae hoes p

    . W. Smter of Humlbt. Tenn. Is
    treatmeat at proes. and e.-
    to remain for several weeks.
    .H. King of Morriston is a surgi-
    patimat this week under the care
    D. DePar .
    r. W. 8 Williams of Micaimopy
    l at the Sanitarium with a very
    haby Dr. Hodges thinks the baby
    ow out of danger and will imwirou.r
    r rapidly The little thing c ame
    y nea kinlg its eye s*aghlt and was
    rwtie quite ill
    I he Lauitarluu hasv ini'talled an In
    atur and Ill ruatl quite a iacd
    I of the poultry used.

    CAPUDINE Cures *ick Head
    SNervoms Headache. Traveler'
    ~aahe ad &ahes from Grip. St m-
    h Troubles or rema'e trouble-s
    y Capudlio--it's liquld-effcts lu
    Itly. Su by drugsts.

    Odorless Refrigerat'rs


    -m -A
    icomr CONESE

    Dr. ad Mrs. J. M. cKlastry. Jr.,
    have had as their guest Mrs. Dow
    of Hghf prtas for the pat week.
    W. N. WlM has returned from his
    grove South lake Weir. He states
    Mtat the Msoam has been Ste and the
    tres are ia a pretty omdltko. Pree-
    eat tiaeemsah potat to a very large

    Mnr D. L GraLam and little child.
    wro have be visiting the family of
    Cat W. D. Dickt-a for emM tUie.
    departed yesterday for Lakelaad.
    were they will joi Mr. Graham, who
    is ow eamected wlth the express
    S-O- y at that ploe.
    Cl2are1 Wrthllm has rotursd to
    the ctly frt Nasvi. Tea were
    e has been for the pat several
    mwths. He Is agamn connected with
    the A aof J. Manaes and would be
    pleaded to have his tiseds call upon
    i, a b he has somth "up his
    leeve" to show them.


    To paraphrase Casar's remark, the
    dlreetoire gow came-was seen-and
    has coauered. So fat ladles are re-
    daed. so to speak. to the necessity
    of either reducing at a very rapid
    rate or e lamIating themselves from
    publ view autil the hasion dies out.
    Otherwtie they risk belag ridiculous.
    Siace many fat ladle will not elimi-
    nate themselves, however, but, per
    eoatra. will inist oa wearing the
    cutvelees gown. no course Is open to
    this well-meanla scrlbe other than to
    tell them how they may eliminate the
    What is there, then. that reduces
    fat safely? What pleasant inexpensive
    article s there on druggists' shel\,v
    that can reduce a pound a day with
    out causing wrinkles or stomach ach.e'
    What can the pharmacists offer as an
    improvement over scanty victuals or
    ten-mile walks without breakfast"' I,
    there anything pleasant to take. asd in
    expensiir to bu) that a ll reduce ol.
    unifornily. quilcklv mind iinee iitl\i
    thirt pounds a molith Ii.re is- the
    answer Either write thl Ma iilai
    Co Ip )ny t'. Itrou Miitch or .-1k \siur

    lion Tabletl atil (fr "-. leItr llth. *,i

    the*ow s f' fat r ilducrr A eiar1 u u iIeistt II n 1l li4i. i .t -i4
    [ it u tht Irf i e < ro-f 111 1 .
    un.ii b l tr t fo( .1 m pl -. n .i r
    aotur |>robb| in '*



    Ice Pick, 15c up

    Gem Ice Shave

    Haley Ice Choppes

    Arctic Freezers

    White M'tn Freezers

    M r F G Frittiii. (Oesitek.i. N Y
    writv% l ) little girl '. is, xi i t Il
    11411 nit, 4 tci6 tc tAking FViesi*e%'s Oriji'
    v in'. i. AndIe I th ink it 1, 11e 10-ce-
    rviiei'. le 4 eite ljlaIii i uI l n l '1.1 r
    trouble 4riwie t I-

    iii. iifoo t .. ii .1. ii, a it

    The habit of anIouvrtnig adI t hat
    MIIMIS l to ec11 is ,ole' that a*ill ke.
    Ir n~t. c In the'li')ou a

    o u r o r t ~rh I t1
    Afraid to usc hi4r

    T'hen why amoit ..
    ik him it lic ..0 .
    dJ idrult, a h r, i...
    44: 1f14 ., I.-


    Ce'egatet Elected to U. D.C Conven-
    I ton at St. Augustine.
    i 4 tihe. ro*i ular lti -ti *i 'iniK f 'f
    S l ti h C'hl '* r I (' I II. I
    I hnll.' ef thl i'Pr- .iflo'it ThIm -
    i 't'rn ion th -. folloiA hiK i 'l. .iet, *
    lectet l to tlie Stitt1 c' elitention
    ,1 tito rnt'ii.e*n" at St Aiittuline Mr.
    it .l ('r.a;!r.. irer'hilni,.t Mr L W
    .e F-n.cll. I hairnian. .Mrs. Joe. Ma lnal
    S.Mrar*. A. \V Talir RandAi r- J .1
    Willianlli,. alternatesi%. Mrs .1 It
    Brooks. Mrs. A I.. Jackcon. Mrs J
    M. Graham and Mrs. Rvan* HaIlle.
    Ar the committeE which had charge
    of the memorial arrange-mente Incidentt
    to the death of Mrr. J E. Wainuright
    had made a nmitak,' in the date. the
    first Thurrda) occurring on th. first
    iday of the month Instcad of durinai
    the second week. asI Is usually the,
    case. and the Missionary Society of
    the First Baptist church having htben
    invited to Join with the chapter in this
    service. It was decided to hold a ele-
    clal memorial service one evening af-
    ter the meeting now In progressc at
    the Baptist church has adjourned to
    pay respect to the chapter's ex-presl-
    The credential committee reported
    four credentials approved and ready
    to be forwarded to the State Regis-
    trar. besides several others that they
    hope to have In before the convention.
    Mrs. W. B. Durst's name was present-
    ad for membership and the necessary
    papers furnished her.
    The amendment to be offered at the
    convention was then discussed by the
    chapter and the delegates Instructed to
    use their Judgment to the matter after
    reaching the convention.
    The committee on arrangements for
    the play entitled "The Union Depot."
    to be given by Miss Elisabeth Melick
    assisted by the chapter for the benefit
    of the Kirby Smith scholarship In the
    University of Florida for the coming
    year, reported the play well under
    headway, as some of our prominent
    lawyers, as well as Ticket Agent Good-
    vin and other business men. have prom-
    ised to take part. The doll baby. In
    dian. and cowboy drills will be a prom-
    Inent feature of the evening's program.
    The chapter was delighted to haWe
    with them Mrs. Judge Cox of Palatka.
    a prominent Daughter of Patton An-
    deraoa Chapter. and Mrs. Ola of this
    city. It is a pleasure to the chapter
    to have guests at all times, but
    especially to have vistlng Daughters
    with them when they are In the city.

    A Knaeseh
    Is a man who can't se good la say
    person or thing. It's a habit caused
    by a disordered liver. If you find that
    you are be.linnil to see things
    through blue spectacle, treat your liv.
    er to a good clean cut process with
    Ballard's Herblne. A sure cure for
    conamition, dyspepla, lndigestlon,
    bllousoess, all liver, stomach and
    bowel troubles. Sold by W. M. John
    on. _____
    Big Auction Sale Soon.
    B. L. Watson. representing the Wat
    son Realty Company of Greensboro.
    N. C. is among the visitors to the city
    He is here in the interest of another
    large real estate deal that he intends
    to put on in Galnesville in the near
    future. and will put on sale at auction
    several choice lots in College I'ark
    Mr. Watson states that he will also
    have something valuable to offer thl
    colored population in Westfield lots. a
    new suburb for them. iH. will Ibe re
    membered here uy many. as he as-
    associated with another company who
    operated a sale of lots in Vlast (;aiiel*'
    ill'. The famous tlin auc'tlohic-re ac-
    coniany him and Iroliim.e thIl IH-opll
    cunrle'thinK literes their Ito.''.

    A shoe with elegance and
    refinement in every line,
    and yet comfort is not sac-
    rificed for style. A fact
    true of every Witt shoe.
    Dressy enough for the
    dressiest com-
    fortable enough
    for the most ex-
    (W s.., on acting--lasting
    is f ,ag Its qualities enough
    tor und is the Sp for the most eco-
    of Wirr's Snone
    prlMtets h frtw nomical.
    dpwewn,ad =sak
    tbat Ideig qualicie iwo-hid.
    I rot A ahfrWittr Fn's, wI. Twfer trage nar stdas for S.w Sesisfstiw.



    ago. Wl WIoT SmgCo.. Us--mm.s Lwoebbue. Vs.

    --BANKING HOURS-9 A. M. to 3 P. M.-

    U U



    Ice Boxes

    Water Cool

    Water Filters


    -bum*8 %edge d Nilh--


    Sums of One Dollar and upward will Ive
    received on deposit in this department.
    Interest at the rate of 4 per ct. per annum.


    I- theLo 01c

    9.041. ceIlilt-'t li, like4. all

    (.111 l4 I Y I- .- c li t1I i jii t igi I 1-
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    Lest iecJj1.tjjt.

    ej I !ii I )eIt t ri1.t

    tcr ~cie- ll.r 41ieltl(i e

    A'M. CUSHMAN, Agent, Gainesville, Flord

    ) ~bI~IIII(C
    ~ ~C~i~l

    thalt colitaiwa.





    FRONT WITH 47.18s

    ieg Vo'e Was Wcie Sctttercd Corne
    the Whole Lsit-On y a Few
    More D.-ye cf Ccrtest.

    M '-!- iuerrie. tie 1iiq el
    \1 i NM l ghirm*% a It.
    %It s N .1 % \ .:Il ;, ti
    .,iilc e IPis ,'.lte-e-ii 4Iit
    0 ,, 1 S:iice I.- i t
    NI~~~~~~~ i- Iitr 'e m a'

    .N1ic .11111.1 (Cr ;11l1 N .I tt
    Al I A Groff(,. No-A)Hmir%
    il-. A StIric'klande WalI-lite
    MI i.Emma
    S11 i s Atmie 11tvvivllu.
    hti-;,) Ehent Star. Wlalffite.c. .
    M r! I art. Ifiiah Soiciaaae-
    1I .-I I vlilit' 4 l.aialm rt cit '
    M icslizzie Sheppard. lkl .
    111,11scr K (arltaea. Nticaiapy.ce
    M r- A W Sarg. tit
    11 iss M Ft-i erc~te z, city
    io s % tMry Thlgoema. city......
    M.iss I Hande'rs. IRllothorn ...
    1li-.s Ruby Altright..... ...


    ,. e'.*

    4.2f, '
    3,0 850

    fIn't there something which only a
    want ad. can do for you today?

    The Fatal OGem amd ite Isemy New
    Fafmt of Sel te.
    It Ia to riare't thing in the word for
    S11a1l to It n-e1. ".srialy bald. No mana
    wh. -e hair is not lead at the roots, netlI
    b I.,- l if h.. ill u,. N'ewbr)l,'s IlerT I-
    I'i.. t-. t, n W t<.pl' anili.- ptic. lierpi-
    .cih-l te,.tr,.y. ithe germ that cuti the hair
    -ff it thle tIte :.t. l1 ( !1.in tihe' Pr e lip .f
    d.yitAriff anl Il ie,- It in ;i ilrfectly
    h. .il'hy c-tnilltin e. Mr. if ,nett, In the
    1l.r lin.nlC li k. Itut e. Mlont i. en
    t:r.l' I..teld. in I'.-s ith n ia na iatul Iirrii-
    c:.I( h .adl r ni .'%,.I',l tIh fln, ii. I. f h.lir
    gr.- ith. and ii ti.r- v l4 l it 1 .4 ,rk by C' %-
    eCrzini hi is i le.ia I sth thik h ir an n.'h
    1. .. & da a d it % %V *%'k#- k i- a I tl: rni.i
    .':it .f hair ., ,I sh I. .,lh i' : Idrugitl-t,.
    -., rl le' in ,t .irct,-. fir .-irplet to Th'-
    Hrpl< ide '-,. iD tr .t. .M,. i.
    J 8 Iltsdiford & Co. Special Agents




    White Mountain



    Solid Oak


    Also Agents for



    Cooper & McKee



    L ind tlhr ethougut

    w\ithI N>teptune liingn
    IlC I)t .,t nofn-conduc-

    tor for heat or cold.



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    Livery, Feed and Sale


    ,armess. Wapus, Suppies


    & Oliver


    An Assured Success at Baird Thea.
    tre Wednesday Night. April 14th.
    \\Wih t .t Tr;ld.-s EItr; i v>;l vi m ci'n
    it of ill it Pifetir it wotild rei'lrre
    ,itr lilrce lsparc than The. Stin callt (tIs
    h*i Ic Itl' in thi is ue' hut in answer
    oI What isa 'Trade's Kxtra;aKantza "
    this l aIrtial explanation hal. Ihle'. i tl
    niltt-ld with a iromist- of further do'
    tailI- later on
    A "Trade's Extra\tagatnza iNl -Irioi
    thliig diffeiretit from anytihliia l,%ti
    .4ee'ti (i aiit'It illI' It is t o all mt11
    half hoiir. of tradi-lnt-iln'titi Ig hla';I-
    tir.. tlid one of the- niot luniila andl
    ,Mffectit t' adi'rtisinig sl'clin 1t'. 've r lre
    .-te'lltd. It is a gocrKg ',-os i.tspla'i (i
    vtwaiit> and talent. for the e-i tire tast
    i.. madc ti. I from G .ain;ie li >i li<;eal
    IT'rfornis r-. an d miii.let e4I- t'-rtinlI' ;t1 .
    .Adanile-ss F',leii affair tor e :i'h lul-i
    Ii0'- hoi e' t10 Il adl\t rtis.,tl i- r'fl(ir
    e' 1it' l1I eiiii 'll e1 of oul' r |oi l i ll ii,
    1ounl lll I li,.-
    All thei .ite wa'r'- .cial neianlit I-ni r*
    Inli htl I I.\1.l to ti r tl, tii. 11i \\1 hat
    a 'i Trh li I-:- lr;> .ieI:;tiix.i ;aei i 1,
    ei ', r iillil Cuilo 4 n llil of lel it i lii. -
    'iti rtaiinni-int re;ll\ i ~ until thl'\ tI;a>
    *m| :1i | ;ll i l,. e I lii i, Itil 1 i'rl li i 'I
    * ,k \\ (< ] 1 I i ":' i 1 ', i t I,.,,i ,
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    L ETTER TO PviC r

    "I.LRKI'.ItV Pni P) c CONTEST


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    Alvalee Makes Steady
    Evecy %Crk Here



    1. -.1.1

    1% 41119 10 11 m ,ill vo IiI Ii t I .h I
    I',i' net- -tw il c. hit, pa ickcit I-
    110 1 mig Ileeu )' ll %% .l ( liii t Ie 'I- 1
    tI IeIt % i e I ll I, I rItI I mh 1 k lII It
    '11.1 It % 1 le4 1 i t I 4III;I 11 1 1. 1:. !!
    /1 .11, 1 11I 1.i 1 t1 eI poll e' i't -I
    e it e t' \t reYiki- t i ti
    IS fii II' I
    It elif~t.,Iit I-. te cgl el4e

    111 OA i I L: i II 1 11tII d

    Anita 4 ;riff. \,'u tictrr lilt-
    Mlarv Ft-rurmande 4 01'

    Flosuie Gtratoes .. .. 12
    Emmal 1.4-v Ilindt-.4i I
    1. J ltt*IIKIIll~l

    A Baby Show in Gainesvtlle
    Wmietald havte man'v contestants. huit
    i"'. safe' to o s that the' havalthiecm lta
    It) vould wiin thil -prize' N) habab
    Cant w healthy oho tiPffvree from
    wori'-. and niost 4 loca lcj do nitloe-
    lieI art, ke-iet tre'' troni thmni o Ith
    WhIitte. Croai Verif tgc. Acts

    -hiid-i ak i't Imcc Wi tf,-'s ;etrcam
    Vv'ti-mi gq PriveL' -, c en:ts Stcld Io%
    N NI1 .1t o(I

    Fire Saturday.
    Alc ilaliri flro ai l Ilti\ : I|- l Ic iat | iI .it
    I Ith. ,o I'l:tz.i lcit :1I 1 I'* '.-tm 'rid.i
    ProiitIit tfI t 1e iti'[4 ;ti nte mit e< it ith iI i -
    I r i t l | ir t |l ife'p l i-- Tli, e fir y l Ik-
    e -iIe .I l te l i thil i e t l't r ,.f l kill eI ,.

    illil llll.ite ll |.1 '- tl ,iia $d

    If i hait. l.ack:lhe' iulld >inrinar\
    trou lel- *iu *-h liil ta.ke- Fie K'.:
    i.'V IctII 'AI i te tr'ite'ti. ;hid 10 1 il1
    ' the* i k''- t .-1 1 '. i I ii '
    * rl' ia aI -*r it.- kidi,'\ ir', ,ile i,.
    I s, o lWli, .1 \ I" 1. 4 '" llie .i'v A- i.

    $100 For a Name!

    We Want a Name for Our New

    Townsite in Fliria

    '1 Ih 1 .9 Ii.11 % ,11,e114 Ilk 11 ,4-' ile 1 ~ 1 4 1 .
    144 11. le lc 1 0. 1,e 1 --t lt- II1:4 1.'@ e:.or e4 Ar cI, -A

    ev'itett elot ii Itlea i

    Will ; etI,,lI ct eI' cIIslliliitt'er I"' I I,'l''t l It' t II tlime-.

    It e,1-A '- I Ie food -halllle- te l feiriti-l .1 b hey A ., airee )llf 1111-1"11411
    1' wct .llik itc t ... iurm.I it-,e'I t Ieis I-, iliem I f-t l it I I-icel "'l'et fifty7 % 64lI tel in O tla. i-
    "etli -o asf Inthetle~r tettliv a''., i It i I#th ir e411,11,1m4,11 IN- the. ,-t titailele', auI lto
    i. ect it It r-.eee- tttfurt-1 11icec f ll,. .01 ?le tilt) 11:tfa C, a I-et aitIm I 11 taZen
    10. 1-11rt Its.- *'.r-f1`11111 et-1; e1" ItleIeceIV- i'A Il In- ilt -6e I IT filter c*-m1-111 11 -1111 O

    TI it i-t I IIa Ledce II,, t..I I mlmtiI' ai-I a i Ise-( iN J o J as-k emsoi1l.I 1tI. ft I* Fi' t crieI
    Ewrt O'amle Railuay, eight mile'," i timrnim iv' a4 liam He'iT eecr elo Pale1 Bachl
    andl Atlanitic' HIei'l. eeeei titelcitg aiIm huntimii.
    Can" cm sa 5 156, 1363.
    &W in Ta ff b b to

    26ll1" Wullt M k FM, umll ^ul

    Hyde Co's. Easter Annou cmfrnt. IT' EE CIlT NT!
    W'v' call attentitii to the C WU lI nUid
    Cte'.- nnmagulflict-it I1a1ta'r Sale. Thu' The Dread. Pie and Cake you
    " nia,.ri2iiAng store' it. to tht frout with eat abotild be nutritious. The
    Iii, &:I- ii i. :e iofl tim. re'.oIm t o- tear fitnest flour, m ixed w ith pure
    1good- tcd. r -hvvmm in Ithe' Soath -i Crih milk and baked lIn the
    fauw, N# '%Ycork -t re iW niore ut, 'it .purity fashion." make our
    It,wilat. n m r, e taa'it~ and the goods the most dielcious it is
    hi it vIi l-i vill. emit tcl ofhIiagh radc immiible to produce.
    ~ ~ i~ E% r% it-ii'n '-eenit. toc
    ~ e ~e itf ha~ing the' KEYSTONE DAKER11Y
    le'-!-t tit Ii s Iis .% sarielow ,iiid ir 4-Mll rm 14M. It. T. Sse ,, Prop.
    A`11t, Al 1Aek. I k I IIi i I... E'aeimp. %li'e! .A,-_____________________
    Itol ht).%iii:: -ta14 111 1 -104 Ir II I I tI ) (I
    la'ct I he'i r I a-1t1, ec eitsn'411% i lv ) a d 3
    ,t) re:t-ato.i We%'e'e 4'-r' ueurloris1d to 3jjS jN o fi01100
    hut-* tOewg'ranmd lrea raisins far ieir
    xre-al Ew-lr Sall' e 'isit the- Iii (*
    Co'.- -e'r lici'- vhe'ek Iuu344 *mabe @11an

    l-'ol hlenmey anid Tar is a safe
    gaiid ti agaiii seriii ratml.ts frcoll
    slprliK (cldci. Ilch ililaiir' the. luiIng
    a;nd de-%e'lol into itinumanitiii Avoid
    couiilerfeils Il it st.-tinig eiIhn haInig
    i h e iiiii 4 h'ole islliioey andi T.ar.
    .,hii h ceiitainl no liearinful druK.- J
    \" I1. t eIthI,>ll i A.

    uwtiuuv 1m, MWSa

    am e Mmrr sees,

    "$ UhM.b lji

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    a o ms. i kr di w -.
    U0m01"U milow sellPsbmo

    MOwPI'i...... sl oBesas

    V. ~ S rmrusn sr)
    sum m. yuldw4 vMy Mreftqn,
    100f. dftwW iby wuiw isthe ty. ew

    E OPOW fm 40an ed" Sow&P~
    Ow be7M 9dewa =aunln: 01.s u5e"e

    ?uW L~ac less rM~s orty:I~mu
    or ofb usm tress e ogoy" i

    No 00m ieebt Somm Usm..ae-

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    r --.. afligad 6 ande w u-

    ~ eimel asel" alletooWms oft .
    rl -t (U the
    im 0e 4 n glg d win 10
    V~. INQ, ISOmePrss atmoIf ?

    ~ Av. buswd wofms.veI=;mminu
    I of elm..; admaDor hi- e
    of 3mm; Mbshipltre i

    db;I s Wit.. oImule I s
    Isa;mnaLmvn sbo e 61
    a; bSAOut Bei Thr DAInte d

    ed. so as swyo tafty

    VIM tdbmthe -----

    go be of abn b t ha~ gw
    11" two mouth&uau

    or-11 ndwft g spen imme w a
    wealeswe n i grat dafter

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    vsh t ther~ twow.fn*groer
    ---- L TM tbg-kS W* M me f
    Mm IN efdy mid by lei a i
    1&04- =4 OVOI, 91I IOSIM 09 SIOU IA
    Ila #ow i a* SK a. 61
    brow. nr

    Sao" Samoa--- I* ga seam OkitC w
    00rt~ rWlYa 09 hINOM bt It Is I

    r an M pOiuuft --e''ge the

    ''l s men; ad Sim ves; N
    Oft U n OY; Of CVMa ; MW6 W
    oft Ammose thm; M 151- ol. t
    NItrt~ atb ee. IS, IMa

    The casual mentio of the fact that
    pr eas 6t the hoLiery mde l in
    contry Is omi through a single
    aemy sheda a good deal of
    on the mystry of the Increased
    Sstockings, says The Phil&
    Record ther be one thing
    thae another to which Republ-
    Congr-smm- e are sabervieot it is
    If for-fftas of all the hoe
    SMl through a common agency
    Is practlely a stocking trust;
    wherever there is a combination
    restrlatt of trade there will the Re-
    Conugresmen be gathered to-
    to receive their orders-and
    leo other things, perhaps; not. of
    n, a a personal, but nl a party
    way; for the Coanreasmen are all
    bearabl men.

    The Jacksoaville TimesL'nloo is
    wrred ap sprit and groaas gr-ous-
    ly because of the proposed new ar-
    leagement of the stars on the 'ulted
    State Gag to form graceful geome-
    trical agures. coocludiug that such al
    arraag*ement is a blow at the wi
    Crlgulty of the State". But "'e think
    this grief unutln'er ear. E pluii>u.
    SunumIs the federal motto and Ihl.
    foriUuon of a sltu' dt..eai bL, IIt..
    Cumbnlatku of the stars carrlie. out
    the meaning uf the surda oune fr ,ui
    many Ik-'ide r. the b flagS I lluIJlll ',it
    a reprtlbentalt.li uf t.he I teti', In d.
    vidual peIteatiat le ithi it .-I,,, I .ri
    to (hee atars ilmd ith' erilfr. No iail
    falithul l'llA r M t Iji I i .l iith I rI .I I I
    bou gll t Mlii in Ul 'IIl IIh e h iit 1. il,- i 1i
    i blotIdIt out .lad tIh fla; ,*M, ti .1 j
    a scarl-t fi ld t Iii ialjo J 1 1 .. ,
    gre-al irel tlsag ei aed ea.: ,*. 0'
    ia g in. ri ug olil .n.cl Ie.e I.' .c.
    ta1t Rout and other alijull r I..l.r.
    Wuuld giII) sat the sigh' I'. i .,.41.


    IRebad segar sold in New York la-i
    year at an average prticek f 4 !*, ,ltll
    a pound wholesale. The samel artlcl
    sold In London for 2 7 <-'nts a IMunnd
    The average family of fIe' u*see In
    pomnds of sugar a )ear. whi(h i..'inii'
    that the American famill. p:id for eru
    gar last year at lea$l lot1 mrre thni
    the Hritish family It also niw'Haii nilll
    ions of unearned ,profts to the' uml
    trust. says The un' ~ Vashington cor
    It Is being pointed out that no ef
    fort is made In the Payne hill t,
    change the situation. The iinar 1i1,
    Uopoly was practically lwrmitted h
    the Ways and Means C'omnilttee' t
    write its own reilwlon law What did
    it want' Providing Inlmortatiolns from
    the Philippnnes was limited to a pulli'
    far below any poIswible dantl r tu, ti,.
    local market in t.e ai nitrl S ate's lni
    aopollaed by the sugar trust, the n:an
    agers of the trust were willing that
    the duty on refined sugar he reduced
    -bow mech?-Oe-twentleth o one
    caet a pound.
    "Why Is the Republican party pro-
    teettai te colossal profits of the su-
    gar trust?" is being asked. The public
    has no way of knowing. but may afnd
    interest a the frank words of Henry
    O. Havemeyer, who. as president of
    the ar trust. testiied before a com-
    mittee of the Senate that was appoint-
    ed to tavestigate the ugly rumors that
    alaed derculatlom following the mak
    Ia of t te tiff i 1894.
    Havemeyer was asked about the re-
    atIa o the tlrt to politics. He re-
    pled that the sugar trust made it a
    practice to cotribute to the State cam-
    palg funds of "the party which con-
    rols te local matters What Have-
    meyr allded to as "local matters"
    wa the election of Senators and Rep
    resetative to Coomres-where the
    ar Ia o made-and of judges to the
    wate Judiciary.
    The Deorats, assisted by a few
    lepubboa,. have proven that the
    ayse bill is permeated with fraud
    rom begtanlng to end. There is hard-
    r anything about the bill. according
    o charIge which frequently appear
    ad are substantlated n The Con-
    resskloal Record, which li as it was
    sprMented to be by Mr. Payne and
    he Ways and Mema Committee. The
    atemeat nued purportia to explain
    be eset of the hundred thousand
    Irds contaled oi th bUil is shown to
    ave beu as fraudulent as the bill it-
    LAdlas N. Uttaser. former member
    I Congraml resideat of Gloverville.
    I. T., a wealthy glove manufacturer
    Isaelf. is understood to have written
    e gove schedule. Whether he did
    r did aot e has buen in Washlantoo
    auatl the Ways and Means Om-
    uitte I" ft White House. Uttauer
    Sthe re aaNewd head of the great
    lovervfle Oglove-makin Industry.
    le stands for It In all Its relations to
    ebue afairs. He was known when In
    oagr u as Its representative. It was
    is special concern, and his great for
    ute represents Investment in it.
    Mr. Uttauer is one of the closest
    Brsonal and political Intimates of the
    resent organisation which controls
    me House.
    As a member of congress s hbe was
    De of the recognized spokesmen of
    oceph G. Cannon. He was one of the
    ien who made Cannon the Speaker of
    he House. When the fight over the'
    election of Speaker C'annon ansd the
    adoption of the Cannon rules start-
    d a few weeks ago. Mr. littaue'r was
    nat for He hurried on to Washing-
    >n and was one of the group of in
    ide managers for lwe'ake.r ('annon
    nd the rules iHe used his I.'rs.~iil
    acquaintance and Innfluence' mlesl cf-
    cetlvely To no InlMl do'e. the- hr'esent
    managerial clique owe moe for its re
    entlon In control

    What was Mr Littau'r'. ire'sard'
    ;l one canl Nay for a ce'e'itainiat) e'i'elte
    h. l aenaitivrs u(t the' '1l ii-. e sulaauiuat tic
    'he ojl thing thiAt i ki Lme niINhat
    be' Pay ufit-abil t r'i3ee'Iawdcell .133N( 11hed
    ile ill sue-h a %j hc ie-a.%11.1 ll cf
    edllarb III ike trs'a eid I% eieil- Aitll! ii
    ,rue' to) Mr i.itdte
    Mir 1.lt.1aut r It

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    1.- 1- 11 ilA 11.

    ' work mot and where i r 1.It
    ' r I a ielelii .,i.il ll i l. i con, e
    T' T littl1.- t. -tMw'e a n i.'t- n
    al' Iair rf oIt'ti ghliem to k.', l
    liniJers frnomi fr,-'eoli in the winter ,
    i hiinelre'dl lp r rc' nt .sldl'dl to, the
    I of f lth' cKi '' Th' -;anl ie tri,
    h*e'. ( eij'*'h %, i i~i m sirl or the. 4 h1 | '' lo< .' -
    1. 1 th- ni An m h elrii*e- As ipit!
    .*,.rt l* l mlLthnt with the hu nalreol
    S it i1, r-..o-e o- f .Iq r crasil, of 'lin* ,-' tti,- ii -
    S'lIu e *v' .c'he ll le tiek~ kr la n ahll lrtlvif lat
    tax clear to the 1 uti n ihilder
    aloe worn to thli' all


    The Itirningham Nei w IIs-ni *\ms
    "The bill to r-It,'lu ;Soitheri rert.l
    -entatlo Iin ('hnigre .s. u ed ne l r t 'ot
    idere-d seriounstl. No doubt the mceni
    whr froni New York has sometl object
    on the side. but there is. no prohbahlllit
    of the bill be'omnini a law. ('rum
    packerism and Kelferism have about
    run their course. They are grand
    stand plays. and the South Is not at
    sl worried about them."

    The current 1-btae of The Sanford
    Herald contains the announcement
    that a daily will shortly be issued. from
    that office Brother Holly say, thit
    the I."ople are Insistent that a real.
    live daily be furnished them. and jidg-
    Inm from the prosperity which has at-
    tended The Herald as a weekly, suc-
    ces Is assured the new project

    The PForida Legislature will convene
    in regular session Tuesday. The mes-
    sage of Governor Ollchrtst will be
    reed with interest

    Deafness Cannet Be Cured
    By local applications, as they can-
    not reach the diseased portion of the
    ear. There is only one way to cure
    deafness. and that is by constitutional
    remedies. Deafness is caused by an
    inflamed condition of the mucous lln-
    lng of the Eustachian Tube. When
    this tube is inflamed you have a
    rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing.
    and when It is entirely closed. deaf-
    ness is the result, and unless the In-
    flammation can be taken out and this
    tube restored to its normal condition
    bearing will be destroyed forever;
    nine case out of ten are caused by
    catarrb, which is nothing but an In-
    amed condition of the mucous
    We will glve One Hundred Dollars
    or any case of deafness causedd by
    catarrh) that cannot be cured by
    Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
    culars. free.
    P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
    old by druggists, 76c.
    Take Hall's 7amlly Pills for coostl-

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    tiggman Fuomisid Promptly and All
    Work Guaanteed.
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    W' buy andt sell Stocks
    of all the prilneip.lml F14ri-
    da Corporat iinas midState',
    Coun~lty 11111 (City HBowds.

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    Presbyter. in Church Joons Them
    the Night Services-Other
    Church Anrounce'ments.

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    S. r ice-r for tilh i -hu rch tot la\ will
    tI- as follow : Sutnday cooll :t0.
    At lt" s 'o o 'c k ;: man-.- flee.tl for liaIIIIR
    I-" I'>1.| Io 'e olroa'-hin g to. I r T T
    Mar'iti .1 inoior 'nion it 2' :* A : :
    a.,rt ic e.s a ill f t] ho-le! :t thet Tale r
    naclo A gr.-;t St u ong r-,rice- will in-
    trod uc,' the nliass-meetilig. when
    'aunago-list Martin will speak :n "'Mar.
    ril I.Life It;s Pre.f-iit day I)atKge'rs. and
    Evils "' 7::o I' r a gr-at mass meet
    ing at Talariacle'h All singers of the"
    city are estio'cially requested to join a
    chorus at the' Tabernacle today.
    Training is fre'- and looks supplied
    )moi Mr. Scheofleld has arranged to
    s-at Ioo, in the choir this afternoon
    and tonight.

    At Other Churches.
    Fir.t IPro btefriani Church. R v. T
    I' ilHa Senr ic('. l1::!: a m.; adnmi' --
    ti< o o tf th-. I, rd 'A tsup'r. off.
    minist,,rial duciation Sundi,.. I
    ::::: |1 i ; l-.s n e tll ol|ie'. "I' id
    C('ornllis'." No .\.nii service on,

    When Your Joints Are Stiff
    arid your ntlu'.l',4 sore from cold or
    rheountati..n. ahliei \l u slip or sprain
    a joint. strain )our side or bruise
    vyuri-If. Painkiller will take out the
    sor Always haleo it with you. and use It
    freeIly. The oldest. the cheapest and
    tine best medicine for internal and ex-
    ternal aches and pains in man is Per-
    rv Davis' Painkiller. and for over
    seventy years It has been the great
    standby for emergencies in thousands
    of families all over the world. Don't
    go home without a 50c or one of the
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    powcr to create power.

    As fire turns water to
    steam so Scott's Emusion
    transform thin, impiure
    bl(1 xl int(opure, rich blo l.~
    giving nourishment and
    vital energy to every
    organ, every tissue and
    every muscle.

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    ac'(ount of E% angolistic .-r eices at
    'I Lai;-rTlinc I
    First Methodist Church. Rev R.
    I rirdger. Sunlda school :: a ni
    I'reachiig 140:4.' fiollose'd Iby tho' lIArd .
    ,-.irranfnitlt and It, ol ('Commullnio
    .Le'ague at :; o1 p nm. Ke'enlinRg .rv-
    i .;;: .
    Advvent ('Cristian Church. Elder .1.
    T. Johnson-'Prcaching at 11 a m and
    7 ::. m. Subject for morning.
    'Holy Temnile Night subject. "The
    Four Kinds of Actors. and the Fve
    Kinds of Spectators Around the
    Cross." Communion and habtlsm at
    close. Young peoIple's meeting at 7
    pI. m before preaching Sunday school
    at l::3i0 a. m Everybody cordially
    Holy Trinity Church. Rev F. I
    Craighill--alm Sunday Morting
    jIra',er. wermon and Holy C'onmunion
    11:3i0 a. m. Sunday school Ip. ni
    Evening prayer and sernion :;o pI. un
    The icervicres during Holy 'Week aill
    te. as follows: Monday. Tuesday. 4
    a im. and 4:::3 nl; m Wedntesday.. 9 a
    ni and 7:;:: p. m with confirnmationl
    .rl:ai at 4 p. nm Thursday. 4:: I' p. n
    and 7:3to p i i. .(; ,d Friday. Io a m
    and 4:3oI' p n ; Saturday a Kaste.r EIV.E
    90 a. nm. and llol.) Itaptismn 4 p. ni
    St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Rev
    P. J. Lynch-Mass will be held at 10
    a. m. Devotion of the Holy Rosary at
    4 p. m.

    More than ninie out of .-.%er. t'en cases
    of rheumatism are. simplly rheumatism
    of the muscles. due to cold or damp.
    or chronic rheumatism. In such cases
    no internal treatment is required The
    free application of Chamtberlain's Luni-
    nient is all that is needed, and it is
    certain to give' quick relief. Give it
    a trial and see for yourself how quich-
    Iv it relievs the' pain and soreness.
    The nmedicines usually given Intern
    ally. for rheumnatism are ploisoounOs or
    \,.ry I rronig medicines They are
    wors., than useless ill cases of chronic
    and mlus.~clar rhc.unl.tiistn. For a'!
    It all druggiKts
    Station Staff at Titusville.
    IProf P II eRohlf. director of the
    Floorida Agric-ultural KxlrIo niimut Sta
    110i, (;allca \ ill' I "la. aas a ,leasa4ant
    c'.llier at Thei Adl\Hrat' office yest'Tr-
    ,ca lie. w%;a- acco' opllta;l Ii to iProf
    E: W\ Itiore r oilt a ilo)(gl-t anl I'rof
    It F Flod as-Itiant iolanoit ipl.siolo
    gl-t Itn ith' aft'eriooo i th,-, ge'titl-
    lii -l drno e- to IaCrai ill' ;aalii Mini.-. to
    |* \ni.iI*o the. ora.iin-. gri o\ a;ndl their
    IIt-*. e Iotunl.- T'lIt. r r. ,n.flt pIamphl-t
    .'0 \\hl l, 1 i little. t-to, ilol Ito- c.' r<-
    foall\ r .I t| \ier\ oran.ei groo r
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    'DoiAt Heat

    the Kitchen
    All the rccuhry amfl coook-
    la may be do.e as well on a
    New P~rfection Wick Bk.
    I Wm Oil Cook-Stow a on
    the bvt coal or wood rang.
    By uung the New P rnec-
    tion" Oil Se. the annoyaco
    d an overhead and stfl
    kitchen s entirely avoldede
    1. midsummne. The .uit
    construction the

    Cpt. N. 1. Cox. Prcfescro of C.i'
    Engor'eerng. Maiit Th:s Move

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    I 1 is. p, ti ,,al uloi-o rtiniti'o- feor nllu k
    I' th In I i 'tin room h .e ~ I I I lr
    Il.r l1 t to l i lrrn ii l shor t or itc m
    S 1, l t 1 1.4 1 4. 11 1 ito. ,. tt i tl- ll ,t
    ahothoh r ,e iII arc-hite .tIr.i ,L I m ani
    Aal o ,r ol,',tric'Ial ic ltaiiig co, cf., lr"nte r
    nml. an'll d I; loatf t l ffie' dr:, in .lt I I."
    has anl *xce ltionall' f int, outfit of
    dullie:aintIn s tinstrl ititme t f)for r r .Ant aig
    large nunitrs of couples of nh. or (of
    t.Ve0s written letters on short notice.
    Calpt C'ox will have ass miated with
    him a numb, r of the more. prominent
    engineers of the State. and the enter
    pris. hids fair to assume large pir-
    Best Treatment for Colds.
    "Most ordinary colds will yield to
    the simplest treatment." says The
    Chicago Tribune. "moderative la&-
    tives, hot foot baths. a free Iwrsplira-
    tion and an avoidance of exposure to
    cold and wet after treatment. While
    this treatment is simple. It requires
    considerable trouble. and the one
    adopting it must remain In doors for
    a day or two. or a fresh cold is al-
    mnost sure to tw contracted. and In
    iany instances itpnumonia follows.
    is It not oitter to pinl your faith to
    an old reTliable, prepamralion like Cham-
    It.rlain'e Cough lbemet-dy. that is lam-
    ols for its cures of co lds and can al-
    ways. be' del'onde'd ulit For sale by
    all drugi.st-
    "Roney's oys."
    We are pIleas ld to announce to the
    patrons of the LIyceunm Course and
    the music-loving public In general
    that "'Roney's Iloys" will appllar at the
    Tabernacle next Thursday night. This
    is perhaps the most famous and most
    enjoyable musical attraction that exer
    visited Gainesville'.
    There is no company like "Roney's
    Iloys" or remotely approaching it in
    either America or Europe. "Honey'
    ioys" are unique, unrivaled and un
    approachable as a popular attraction
    No other company appeals so equally


    Gaine eille People Should Not Wait
    Until it is Too Late.
    The appalling death-rate from kid-
    Iney disease' is due inl most caBnes to
    the fact that the' little kidney trou
    bles are- usually ungliected until they
    Itnconm e seriouPs The slight sn. nap
    torin. Ia t' lace to chronic di orders
    alllc lie' uaff,'rer get grad ua l l? illt)
    thl' gra'.p of dia.tt,.ee, dro, tr ., Iatllrlt.'
    Il)lsea'e. gra',.l or ~oIlte' ,ohler .erlou.'
    form o(f kidcnie y clniipaliqt
    If ou suffer fromln backache, hea;d
    aches, dizzyv I-hll.-; i if ho khine'y s*'
    re.ttouns atre irre'gultr of pa- age autel
    UTatil tgiral ill afi-laraIae', e' o lie a do'-
    la ilo-Ijl the kidol to'. at cu o'*
    Ik~aa a Kid t.) PIll.s ar, e 0--.dyal!i
    for kid*iiI,\ di co ,ri-r- tle'\ ur, wche re,
    other r f.tl ,'aer oeh li hlueidre d thoui
    lsalJ peo.',I. hall. r,'coslletenuldel the yili
    II, re i c i t!t rolaue
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    and so Irresistibly to old and young. ingenulty can suggest s embodied Ia
    for they are nothing leas than a musl. these programs.
    cal sensation. These talented boys
    not only entertain. charm and falu- CAPUDIN ftor TnAT MHADACIL
    nate. hut they educate. stimulate and Out last nalht? HeaAd Ma Sad
    intpilre the' children e..a riwht re .. eIas this moralagt ? HIlekl' ~
    their marvelous accomplishments In st the thiag to it y ftr bkr L
    music. e'**.teiall. vocal. Every charm- Cl- r's th hed-bmeef the ue aIT
    ing feature that long exrerlence and Try It At dng seMU


    Coming Tuesday, April 6
    Tw rftr I Aerra O- .maM I I t ot id hnP e-Wla di 1
    You Must Not Fail to ee It--

    OMN a nowa i a copu d W --, Cl hin cw -U iM im. ad-
    lnDlians. TIe Beit of Ito K ind on t!w IRosa. Hixty People-Forty Horms.


    ts of etach Ifli cer and director of the Blnk,
    I'tld you will always find a cordial welcome in
    ,ior Il nkinig rFOOIm.

    Make 4)lr lace leadquart er.-every con ye-
    ilillI('P afforde i to Illake our place pea-ant
    81141 agrevalp.l to tlaose' who~cal1 to see us.

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    Groceries and Grain
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    Widck mue fame 0 Cook-Sove
    E *um qOick work and a ool okitchiC. The New PaiecttOm
    has mutaatal CABINET TOP hf arming plh* and ehap-
    g food hot after it cooked. Abo drop lhes oa w to
    et ma il cooking temla tvey coasaenc, ee9 to
    hir haldg Wweol


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    Epoitif High Class Full Tailored Ready to Wear Goods

    as W.d as a Grand Easter Sale in all Departments.

    Never in the history of this magnifcent store has it contained such an elabor-
    and great display of all High Class Merchandise. Our buyer has secured from
    great Manufacturing Center the most elegant Novelties to be had and we
    reallyy marked them underpriced in order to guarantee the great patronage
    .on this store---that at NO OTHER STORE can you secure such VALUES
    3 THE MONEY. This is truly a store of values and the ABSOLUTE GUAR-
    OF SATISFACTION with every sale, is the best advertisement we can
    that no other store offers the inducements the G. W. Hyde Co. offer.

    Our Great Easter Sale
    Consists of a General and Special offering in every Department. Each De-
    ent offers attractions that cannot be matched elsewhere. In our Millinery
    rs we mark all goods the same low profit that we do in all other Depart-
    ts; thus it enables you to purchase Millinery in this magnificent and well con-
    department at LOWER PRICES than others who do not have the experi-
    help and management that our wonderful Millinery Department has. The
    that we receive many orders from Jacksonville and Tampa speaks volumns
    Sour superb work aud our correct styles.

    ,In the Great Ready to Wear Department 1
    We have every novelty that Fashion demands secured from the leading i
    ers and right up to the minute---not a Store in the State that carries so com-
    lete and extensive assortment of Fine Suits, Shirt Waists, Coats and Underwear
    f all kinds. We challenge the State to produce half the display, and to show one
    as many correct and full fashioned garments as this Store does, and what is
    ore wonderful isathe SMALL PRICE you can obtain them for. Our collection of
    ailored and Lingerie Waists were never so good as now. Our grand line of Spring
    d Summer Suits and Dresses are a revelation to all who have visited us, and

    ur Beautiful Tailored Skirts shows an unprecedented collection of the late makes
    1 at such prices that it makes one GRAND \STER SACRIFICE SALE of the
    eal fashions of today.
    Every day this week we will run special sales on White Goods, Embroideries,
    ces, Hosiery, Ribbons, Gloves, Dress Goods and Silks. The announcements will
    made often, but come each day, you'll find surprises awaiting you that will
    please you and you'll profit thereby. Special Embroidery and White Goods Sale
    Monday and Tuesday that is unparalleled. Special offering on fine Parasols and
    Sun Shades on Tuesday.

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    U. S Deputy Marshal B. F. Dawkins
    Arrives With Prisoner on
    Saturday Evening.

    I'--it%\ S i. riff \\\ i. of4 \V th. 'r
    h ; ; l l .1 i .. 1 e, 1 g. .. 1n Ih '
    the all'- ,,ed oeliillt. rri. It. I ili tl. N. \.
    h* rr\ ig.aniiH a ill I s l 'iilt\ lt iwn k
    it- thr ic ghit ti' i h t, r, I' i :l i

    pr -liniiilntr he-arinli v. liich aill (w-( :r
    tffor, (t 'onilui ik.itir Cushman oti
    This n:rikca fIor oft crll rc aow that
    ha. t-et-n roiunie d llp .and it i m tid.er
    ltoradl that the' reniaiining n* -niti r-,
    will s ; in itm l- apture-d
    The evidence in the e(se again t the,
    nien win Ilroiall. e Ine- brought lut at
    the preliminary. There are somne
    prominent citizens to test ifyv-in all
    nearly twenty witnesses will be here
    for this case. ahich shola. that th.\'
    must have done a good business while
    enlaxed in the alleged piassing of the
    spurious coin.

    University Civil Engineering Depart.
    At the Wednesday night meeting of
    the "Transit Club" a very interesting
    Iapeir on "Asphalt and Asphalt Pave.
    ments" was read by Mr. H L. Thonmp
    son of the Junior class and discussed
    by the member present. Arrange-
    ments were made at this meeting to
    entertain the club. recently organized
    by the Electrical Engineerli.;. :'i-
    dents. at the next meeting.
    The head of the Civil En.i.' iUn
    lID'partment has arranged to ,v,,elo.v
    all of the memlbrs of the 'Transit
    Club" who desire work in engineering
    lines during the four months' summer
    vacation. Some of these men will be
    emplloyed on drafting work. the ma-
    jority of them on some one or other
    of the numerous survevn which are to
    be handled by Capt. Cox.

    Objects to Strong Medicines.
    Many ip'opl' object to taking the
    strong medicines usually prIescribed
    by physicians for rheumatism There
    is no need of internal treatment in
    any case of muscular or chronic
    rheumatism, and more than nine out
    of eiery ten cases of the disease are
    of one or the other of these varieties.
    When there is no fever and little (if
    an) i swelling. you may know that It
    is only necessary to apply Chamber-
    lain's Liniment freely to get quick re-
    lief Try it. Fur sale by all drug-
    gi:.s-t .
    Dr. Tion Returns.
    Dr. G. It Tison has returned from
    ilirmiighamn. hhe-re hea' attended the
    nmeetlliK of the' Nationaial Ik'ntal A.se
    ilation. HIe deicl '.rc that it wa.' th,
    larKge't and mi-et lilthuv-istlc assernilt
    lage. in thei hitter of the ato, ilatlion
    lDr Tisoni ittope1'(d cvi r in Atl;ant; oii
    his return and aw .*,.e,.ral of the
    liai --' all- young llll l'OI, who ar
    itow attelndinK choeotll theTre.

    l'.'oIl,.' p.-' aidhill. lif.- i.ua'l ha; .'
    ,inl kltai' l cr liladd.-r .1.or -r th.r,

    lwt r in ol ae' Fole) .' uiiti* '
    Jt'-te.." ',co>rr' t- in itiar trouI lel -timl
    i til '- lthe ke li- -. alind r1 -t' '
    t i heiti'lh ;ilii i.4 t .i lt''- i ill il l i't ll' l .r i I i a i.
    .1 t \ i ll -Iren a ue t ir. ill C i
    Sh.tl '* t l 1 t i.h !i-i I e I- ;nti l l it
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    By Lydia E. Pinkham's

    SVegetable Compound

    <;;rdnlinr. Maine.-" have lieen a
    I great 'lefferer from or:lrlu,, tretallltl
    and a se ri female
    W.aknss. Th ('
    dctior sali I ~,uld
    have to go t(o tilt
    ol rT at ln, but
    4cell dlhnt bear t(o
    think of it. I lde
    cideel to try I.dia
    E. l'inkham's o ec-
    etabiC ('ompouiand
    .. atnd native" ash
    S- and was entirely
    Scored after three
    months' use of then."--Mrs. a. A.
    WILLIAMS, R. F. D. No. 14, Box 30.
    Gardiner, Me.
    No woman should submit to a suri
    cal operation, which may man death,
    until she has iven Lydia E. Ilnkhaln's
    ly fror ot ond herb a fair triaL
    This famous medicine for women
    has for thirty years proved to be the
    the female organism Women reid
    Sin almost every city and town in
    the United States bear willin testi-
    mony to te wonderful virtue o Lydia
    a Plnkham's Ve table Compoun.
    It cures female ti and create radi-
    ant, buoyant femaLe health. If you
    are IlL for your own ake s well
    those you love, give it a trial
    Ms Pilnkbam sat Ly=n Erns.
    elites all sek women to wrlt.
    beifer advise. eradvkisftv%
    Owed always helptaul

    Big Revival at M. K. Church.
    The big revival at the M. E. church
    Icoloredi, s now going on and It at-
    tracting large crowds. Today. service,
    as follows: 9 a. na. Sunday school; 11
    a. m. love feast; 3 p. m. Holy Bacra.
    ment and Ilaptism of one of the oldest
    citizens of (;ainesville. J. D. liebose.
    and others ;:;o Ip. m. special revival
    serv ice.
    Preaching at each service by the
    pastor. Dr. Those H II. Walker All
    are invited. E. MARTIN.

    Eminent Authuritiee Bay
    That out-door exercise Is needed by
    the American people. That's all very
    well. but how can people with rheuma-
    tism follow that advice? The answer
    Is very ample e use Ilallard's Snow
    Liniment and the rheumatism will go.
    leaIing you as spry as a colt. Gives
    quick and permanent relief from
    rheumatism, neuralgia. lame back.
    Sold by W M. Johnson.

    Good Luck.
    Mr. Rufgiln .% bllnak rat cRten t(
    our back fetwe iant light Mrs. Rug
    gras laid It rlring yovu good luc-k? Mr
    Huglins-- That's what it did. I hit It
    the flrut time I fired Philadelphia

    A Healing Salve for Burns, Chapped
    Hands and Sore Nipples.
    A. a h*alinK s ll.v for h) uris. or,'s,
    or' ,rc. iilcl'o- and chaplpc 'd hanil. ('hani-
    ,.trla.u s Sal\. is niot t .-xt-lle'nt It
    a Ill i. the pain (if a hlurni almost inii
    "'talitl. and unl-ss the, injury is % ry
    ,,% r',.' h- .als the i ,part. without leiav-
    ill a -car l'ri.-, 2.'P ('cents Fr sale
    , .all driiggi-t-
    Ill:,., I teei i er %. aiatt to see bhiu
    *ailii Il*igs Tlc:it- ':a- lsl dlne I.end
    Lim, a fiver -Illuitr.;itl Bits.

    For Infants and Childar
    Thl ld Ycu Haltl Al t Bl
    Bears their
    Eoullail; L .f,'

    F ( t ,

    i're IIe Vot. r. ef iof ('.t? >( !i
    ,ni a c;tit lil it.' for Cit M ir
    fo'r rte Tc l tlin ,ri A; ril I i
    . r % i| c i the |,'.|!, f! i ,'1 .' l :,i1
    < i:. tl)0 I.IK it :ilt l dt .ti, d a in r, e ,r
    is ope. ni for iw ie-ctleon
    If nly *r\ I dt rliaii the(. ia-t \
    hnai I( ,n itati-f;ctc,ory I aa-k the .ir.
    e'art and vote of eac'h andi c\ rr .
    zen ho is lqualltied I cain .1i
    roilrmle the e ice' s rc\Lc a I I
    e'. dceaeored to li'e in tiel' igast
    Your feIr c(rder.
    iI:F\ I AIINI\''.

    I take this method of Informitng
    publlic that I am a candidate' for (
    Marshal at the election to be hIeld uci
    4liril 13. 19O9. I respectfully solicit
    the miplort of all voters. irresle.ctlte
    of party affiliation, and promise to
    faithfully and Impartially discharge
    the duties of the office should I bet
    ,.lected. Respectfully.

    To the Voters of the City of Galoes-
    I respectfully announce myself a
    candidate for City Tax Assessor for
    the year 1909. Having been Tax As-
    sessor for four years. I am fully pre-
    pared to ll the office, as my record
    will show, the city assessment hav-
    ing been Increased in that time from
    a little over $00.000 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:
    I hereby announce that I am a can-
    didate for re-election to the office of
    City Tax Assessor for the year 1909,
    in the election to be held on April the
    13th. and most earnestly request you
    all to give me your vote and support
    for the position.
    Thanking you for your past vendors*
    meant. I remain Yours very truly.
    B. R. COLON.
    We often wonder how any person
    can be persuaded into taking anything
    but Foley's Htoney and Tar for coughs.
    colds and lung trouble. Do not be

    fooled into accepting "own make" or
    other substitutes. The genuine con-
    lains no harmful drugs and is in a
    yellow package. J. W. McCollum &


    ]OR. GO. S. WALDO,


    Grham IlM aumt Mam Ousts of
    Sell Pe St1. AlmsLeg sisuaee


    OMe la nGraham Budlsg. ovr
    aunders & arle's store. Pboae
    No. 639.

    I)L. DVzRzI B. MORiI,


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    O0o1 over DIttsoao A 's. aL
    Phoe m0o. Galaeevtil. P

    W. E. BAKER.

    ( tINESVILLI. Alabua Oo., YLAIJ
    oillm is Halmane Blosk.


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    Oa 01 1 OjUr ,Af t aropsrf. (AmO
    pruvt e'C. and .diluq rd). phoaphole,
    truet '- #and frmig.1 lands Iend his
    a list of wai you P.tV$-r f)( SLe OD



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    W'e have never claimed that S. S. was a medicine to work
    wonders, nor one that would cure every physical ailment or disorder.
    More than forty years ago it was placed on the market and recommended
    I as a Nood purifier, and today, after a long and successful career, and
    when its use has become almost universal, only the same hone claim
    is made for it-that it is a cure for those diseases and disorders arising
    from an impure or polluted bood. Time makes no mistakes, and the
    very best recommendation of S. S. S. is the fact that it has stood a long
    test and is now more generally used, and has the confidence of a
    greater number of people than any other bood medicine.
    The bood is the most vital force of life; every oran, nerve,
    muscle, tissue and sinew of the body is dependent on it for nourishment
    and strength, and as it circulates through the system, pure and rich, b
    furnishes to these different members the healthful properties needed to
    preserve them and enable them to
    perform their various duties. So ,sT us ia. a. ***e .
    long as the blood remains free from sivey I eas u ottms
    infection we are apt to escape dis- m ae edsU a m
    cs eleshes, prise** and
    ease, but any impurity, humor or i eseri esieei a snswmi-e
    poison acts injuriously on the sys- e,.at W h *om .U s
    tem and affects the general health. -*,i w u ". ".
    a" ev"m tuy. It Ie al
    Pustular eruptions, pimples, asamem fo ,she a---
    rashes, and the various skin afbo- ni S s aos f Ve m-
    tions, show that the blood is in a m -ises a" a aii
    feverish condition as a result of s ver v e bul me up oh e
    some humor, or the presence of an sWi W ,, o45,a
    to s a T amno ims
    irritating fiery acid. Rheumatism ime.i e a hi everw sea.
    comes from an excess of uric cid i nm S..
    in the circulation, while Catarrh, L as.,mmeesma&,s .
    Sores and Ulcers Scrofula and ___
    Contagious Blood Poison, are all
    deep-seated blood disorders that will continue to grow wore as lon a
    the cause remains. Bad blood may come from various cau smach a
    a sluggish condition of the system, imperfect bow and kidney action
    indigestion, etc., or the trouble may be inherited; but whatever the cauas
    the blood must be purified before the body can behealthy.
    S. S. S. is a natural blood purifier and tonic. It is made entirely
    of the harmless juices and extracts of rooms, herbs and barks of reco
    nized curative ability, and being free from all harmful mineral i a
    absolutely safe medicine for young or old. S. S. S. goes down into thi
    circulation and removes any and every trace o impurity, humor or
    poison. It freshens and enriches the blood and cures pompdy and
    permanently Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers Scrosla, Ski
    Diseases Contagious Blood Poison, and all otherblood diorder SS.S.
    is the most reliable and at the same time a most pleasant actingmedi
    ine for those whose blood has become weak and who are s fritn witI
    Anemia, Malaria or some other debllittlng sickness.
    A blood puriier is especisl needed in M e Spris to dease a
    circulaion of the impurities which have accumea-d durf d
    shut-in life of inner, and S.S S. S. Ii men rdlble ad cmr6 of
    good results. Book mo he Nood and medicaladvkice Sm.S. lsW
    sale at all drug smore. l23 WT I-,IUCU O, XWli-&ld. e.
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    Covew the mUi t& BronS-
    vile; eat U (kasaand he-
    youd; s.,t to ruwaawsn Ri-
    ver; orth to Alahua. High
    and Worthingtoa Bprian,
    Cedar Iey, ad all ilmmd.
    Memw and Aw
    for ODn Prim.

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    The an ofe for icesalg earea.


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    Are you of the numnler
    who are afraid that
    there is olle defect ill
    their titles, all with
    that for aill excuse re
    fus.e to. hgive ll Al-
    strict ofI Title: .Send
    for iur IF'RE lEoklet
    oni "Tlhe Tith. ict?.-
    tioln." NM 1rt m e iM
    ,n y in -- Nt m.
    \\'' lhi\ve tie ilifrlina-
    ti ll o l Y I'I title.
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    Sr nsd sad Whk S.for

    A Mearn parcat tm. norrow
    Il RIA.
    YM you dol't And Salley &
    oS alsoklug.
    N voted in piano eoi.tvml
    t"o st losN z net week.
    14 v~mug h am.
    hW -t Tka aM tSmmeat lug
    Isl b dw eeda.
    e what gumysse"buy it
    o wum. o seree votes.
    Bs caof Palatha Is bvist.
    Immila.r mn. OhmG. of this

    MEb aM X 0eramdlna IS
    r wti b. Uthfaumily oIL T.

    SJ. This Moeth-4Uoas
    b o umar. Mrs. Talent
    to s her.
    P. lavlaee of Clark arrived
    yesterday on a viit to his
    ther relatives.
    Palms. Dacaud Ubru
    aud IPult Tre In vs
    G raves. 'ploi 17T.
    ad grow fat la one way
    bLttr to get ore to sat for
    oer at Salley & Co's.
    oew advMertiae ts of
    StIw. A. U. Cashman and
    Hardware Company In this

    y Lakes Iuie. well-ftting
    am who care to dress well
    agents lu this city. L..

    moonlight automobile ride -
    per hour for party of six
    Phone 3i3. or leave your
    Miller & VIdal's.
    o and 8. A. 9Sipunan,
    specal agents in the t'nit.ed
    etee, have returned fruom
    parts o the State, where they
    e interest of the Govern-

    moutbly meeting of the
    Christian Tlempranice I'nlion
    held at th r:oonu. 1"; West
    street. Monday aifterutlo
    at 3 o'clock. that the butK-
    h Itran.artP4d Is ttnie to al
    ladles to attend the r-ilial
    Bt th IIaptist church.


    4. Man--ae Iwviwt PUbile to Call and
    Snoepet New *ods.
    We have just recela ed a flin lini-
    of Kirehbhsum's clothing r'mn-l.ilrg iif
    series. flannels and wor-t'eIl-. I, .all
    the latet shadep and Pt)l'j. and ae"
    would be pleasMd to ha%, .ou rall
    'round and give us a look We waill
    assure you that the quality. smrktii.ri
    shlil. St and prices are right Tl* -e*

    r e r. a d Ki.r- I ... "'i .i .

    If no t n \ 1i 1.. sb
    i ..-ure- in > !'< .: YI '
    1 r.l' I r .: *l ; r t i: r
    S r,' 1 .r .. r .,. t r ,
    .1 .': KN \:.1:

    Trade at P'hlfo-r Iltr a 4 tst.- r
    your s loiu h i I l.e'; (:"aii-t
    We "Set Stead' in the Hatl aaid
    give more for less cas.h. Sullen & t'o
    Mrs. J. P. MeDonell of Vill.ton Is
    in the city visiting friends and rela-
    Good eatle horse and a ale rubber-
    tjrhi begy r WsIe. Apply to J.

    Mrs. J. M. Powell of Alachua was
    ao the bsoppers visiting Ganes-
    ville Saturday
    A nlie pIano is a fine present. Get
    votes at Phifer Bros'. and help give it
    to your choice.
    Plank's Chill Toick ls guaranteed to
    care chills fever, colds and lagrippe
    ftnes Sold by W. M. Jontson.
    C. W. Stevens of Alachua. a suc'ce4s
    fll planter of that place. was. trans-
    acting business in the city yesterday
    Imply Delightful There's nothing
    Just like the "Hlue Ribbon" flavor.
    Always ank for [Blue Ribbon lenion and
    vanilla extracts.
    If you want to get the' be 't liate
    piece on the market at the lo hs--t
    pobsible prie. uow is sour thiue tt
    see ula. L C. Smith.

    If I were you. I would do as I and
    paAke of one of thoius exceilh.ltl.i
    prepared dinuers cooked in Gtrman
    jtyle at the Brown House.
    Automobil rido. to any part ol c(it.
    or U'niaersiti. 1.-* 2~.' (cc-it lot ticket, to u u tll r.-il.% .
    for sale' at Mill.r & Vitlal I- 'hon
    5 5
    Ilu n1 otDhu r c ;ItI 11 %i!! !4 t niiil thi
    advertinieliittiet oil hllatg rothcr Wild
    West Show, which i.- aid toI I). the
    b'it show of its kind tinw ton theI rnml
    She company is carrying six l leo'(tl,
    andd f( rt? herr."'

    It .. Ils'ckhail of ('analivills. wa. a
    visitor to the. city .'ntrrdau III
    states that bhie s-c-tlion is Ino* 1ltwl.i
    visited by more rain thanIs l iie,<-d'dd
    and the tarmicr's would like' tao s' it
    a little nmore cveuly divided
    Ikn't I' Big Words-In pIronmul
    gati 'g our e'hote'ric co(,tigtatiots. or ar
    ticulaiingK suiN racial sclltiatll Iiataitii.'-
    and pJhilo-iophica.l aI i' chtloticral cIho.'r
    latte.lita. bLware' of ilatltudinou Itilli

    nE MlIBI TE A d4.r;os t Ilt cur eectx' .'r-rt 1il 4-
    go be %e look& & tlustb.sb. it I-tIevb i clarified 'cltu'iaem. %P.a cimupri'
    01-011. uhi.9 ltS. M YAtlegi i aVoo. I
    e asy Cov-es mbif. SW4ofl6 t Iand a coucatazasted 'coiv'itc' It either
    ftee 5.1.,.. .a oar bu a ,"ab of
    givenswatw4eom r T ry t ,*-words. take adAWAaags' Of f Sllt' I
    *b~by ad le a68 a" lob** bieA.
    ta IK *41s 0.aSO&S. leaf Ir eOx (is. low' rice's ona all grim-eerte'c.
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