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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 8, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume ID: VID01630
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXIVI, NO. 02


GAJNESVILLE, FLORIDA, THRIISDAY. API'II, I. 19809


TEN CENTS A Wlil,
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SENATOR BEARD OPPOS-
%L 9%w % I m I


EU RATING U MASSEYTHIS TRICK WAS ANTICIPATED
AND DEPUTY LEFT GUARD.


Aleed Tt Orhdo lan WSat SOht on Coo-

stiAtia l GrNds-He Was Seatd.


AmM"" SCE PROHIBITIONISTS ARE
FROM mGn SHERIFF


Gave Him mall Chase of Few Min.


utos for' Arrest by
Sheriff Ramsey.


TU IMAKI HARD FlHT


Ati-S lea Lagfe I W. C EMkL

ku.afltas at Tim e


TALLAHASSEE. April 7.-In con-
trast to the ualnterestlng initial ses-
sio of the Lower House. the opening
session of the Senate developed a sur-
prst that has proven the main topic
of discussion n hotel lobbies and on
the streets of the State capital.
The surprise was produced In the
shape of a protest entered by Senator
Beard of Pensacola against the seat-
Ing of Hon. L. C. Massey of Orlando.
upon constitutional grounds. The
fact that Mr. Massey is an attorney
for the State Railroad Commission
brought him under the prohibition of
Section 3 of the State constitution as
construed by Senator Heard. The
Senate took a different view. however.
and seated the gentleman from the
Nineteentb.


The Organization.
W. Hunt Harris of Key Wehtc called
the Senate to order and ordered the
roll of hold-over Senators. The newly
el ted Senators advanced four at a
S timeawad with right hand ulon a Itible
took the solemn oath of office from
.Vudge Cockrell.
Senator HIeard of Pensaccla chal-
lenged the eligibility of I. Ma-.sve
of Orlando. The ('Chair asked Mr. 1Ma
uey to take his Fe-at in order that the-
matter might te considered by the
whole Senate. Mr. Masse-y took hii
seat under protest
Prayer was delivered by the chapl
lain. Dorn 'C Mullein mulosed to proce-ed
with the election of officer rand at
tachbet. M.r Mc'.Mullen. secoindcied dio
Mr. lIaaton of i)ade Cits nominiate-d
nir Hud.on for iresidelnt
.M Mullenl. Hien-tIder-si (f Eighth andi
Itaker of the Tw(e'ntie-th e.c-orted .Mr
itiddmou to the chair.
Retiring Pre-sirtit lHarris ipresent.'d
ithie Kgav l of of i to the.- ie 'i- ii
de-lt with al lrolriate wo-r. aadmi In
retcei ing It Mlr llltil, l i,;l ti i Ita iihi
tribute, to th,- ;adii allll trati.it il of thIr
retiringK rI'- l Idelit lie Ile di,.d ,i I
e-llde,-aor It th, |l p lper filling iof tlI,
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hope, Bbwever. that the Legislature
might differ with him. as he recogniz-
ed ability In Mr. Massey. He. how-
ever. considered it his duty to the
State to make known his objection.
Senator Harris of Key West urged
that the matter be referred to the
committee on privileges and elections.
Senator Heard amended to refer to
a special committee of three.
Senator McMullen urged that Mr
Massey be sworn In. as his election
was pirol-rtly certified to the body and
that no evidence had beteni introduced
to pirole the charge. He suggested
that Mr. Ma-s.-ey be sworn asb he had
a prima fac.ic case that he- was duly
,electe-d and that the case be looked
into when the regular committeesare
chosen.
U'lni motion of Senator Harris of
Ke.y Ve.st the mnatier was held over
until the Se-nate could complete its
orgatnizationi by swearing In the at-
tachic.- The oath %:as adminii.tere-d to
them.
A comnlittee conipows.d of Flournoy.
('rill and Le-ggett. was appointed to
wait on the House. and one. comlno)sed
of Weest. Heniderson and Whitie'. to
niotify the Goernor that the Senate


was iIn Iessiol
A recess of flve minutes was taken.
I-(nding the return of the ( conlmtt'ee
Governors Message.
SThe (;o ,erorm'i nie-maage was, r'eceiv-
*ed from Tallxot Whltfield. his ecre-
tary.
Sei.nator .M< Miull n1 hold that Snatlor
Ito.ard'l co Clitcetllon wa;lla untien.alle'. as
I r .M1a'-e'' wai- ell an attorlnie to
al aiid iniiir.itil%,e ardl tlie ( claim
i(tc tlIhat iunde-r Isu ch a contliitiion anI
att(,rin.e to a I. titrd (f clIiint\ c('iilii -
'tile'r- c(,uld neot hold a seat ini thie
SS ciate-
I s -,1ita r I{-.iarad cuig *'-t*' d a *-i'e' i;Il
'eil1111ii t'e*- (of fn\I itI( thli- Iliet lloi H;r
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Sheriff Ramsey and Deputy Bruton
returned yesterday from Kanapaha.
where they went for the purpose of
arresting J. W. L. Gibson. a middle
aged white man employed as engi-
neer at the awmill of T. J. Swearin-
gen.
Gibeon is wanted by the authorities
of Coffee county. Georgia. on a war-
rant sworn out by his wife charatling
him with lIving In adultery, the alleged
offense having been committed there
during the present year. but it was
stated that he- skipped out from his
former home before he- could be serv-
ed with the IMapers in the case.
Sheriff Ranimev. arned wlth the
warrant and the necessary papers.
took Ikeputy Ilruton and they proceed.
ed to the mill. where it wan eas.v
,enough to locate their man. but be-
fore making the arrest the sheriff
went around to tell the foreman of
the plant what he wanted when Gib-
son got wind of the affair and made
a bold dash for liberty.
The sheriff had planned for just
such an emergency by taking the
deplut. with him. the deputy having
lte-ni placed a ahort distance away in
that he, could stop Gibmon if be made
a dash to get away. and he was called
ul )n to In*rform this dut). for there
was a lively race between the deputy
and the nian from the mill acro n the
railroad and out into the woods before
he wah finally Irersuaded to stop and
let the offieer.. take him without
further trouhlle
He stated to the sheriff afterward.
that hhe wanted to way and would
do so if glie tt0 t jpIjortunlity. but
111a- will liarrlly ur at thli later


Sheriff P It. Ir e'xi- -et'-d here to
(dal afte-r the -i' (ari-r. as hes was notl
tn.di h,\ ir. u i| lit' arrival of Sheriff
till- wl tlV 11 i ritl,,r l ,terdalh .
anlcl hl I- itAnow i 1inih edi in jail hietre.
i .It III thI atn i.lI l of tIhe iffile *t I
te, ei rt ite l hi.c k te hi- olbl lia .- oeiatin
If Iii ( *e uitg .


'NEWS FROM ALL

PARTS OF FLORIDA


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TAI.LAHASSEE. April 7.-That the
prohibition crowd is active and pro
pose waging a fight at this sesam at
the Legislature In the aterest of
Statewide prohibition, is evidenced by
the fact that at a caucus yesterday
afternoon Hon. J. P. Stokes of Eecam-
bla county was unanimously nomnlat-
ed for the position of Speaker pro
tern of the House.
At the general caucus Monday night
Mr. Stokes voted for Hon. Ion L Far-
ris for Speaker of the House. and it
is said that his colleague from Escam-
bla. Hon. C. L. Wiggln. opposed his
nomination in the prohibition caucus
for Speaker pro tern on this ground.
The prohibitionists say they will go
right ahead perfecting their organila-
t(on in order to wage as elective a
campaign a possible.
They now have on their side Hou.
'. M Hudson. of the Thirteenth dis-
trict. president of the Senate. and with
a Speaker pro tern of the House they
twlieie they will be placed at an ad-
iantage.
in order to bring about the enact-
ment of legislation providing for
State-wide prohibition, the constitu-
tion of the State will have to be at-
tacked rst. It is proposed to intro
duce resolutions in both bonuses provid-
ing for a constitutional amendment.
in order to allow the people of the
State to vote upon the question. It
will require three-fourths of the lagl-
lature to pass a constitutional amend-
nialt. and a majority of the people to
decide whether or not there shall be
iprohihbt io
Thie prohibitionists claim more than


port of the t-ents it is exle.ted that
the ci.ntract a ill l let in accordance
wit'i plans already approved.

Dl i ll county Is to ha e an ele-tion
Mia. II t'I decide whether the county
halll in-ue' o ImiW.inm o(if l Mlnds for the
plurnle ,e- of bulildinlig Kno roads If
lle I.s-ie is a|i|rote)d it will nilalni hat
Il\ail illi do it sliare toward comi
Ill tliaK li.e rl',Aitl I.-taweeln Fernandlina
a.ll( Ji. k- it ll .

T'lwr i' e l KIi s ldr lllIg, Oillf ll lias.


receni1, l\ ti el 1 tugi c 11. ,i-ted Lc( th. Ie ( tIa
isle Iit i of thaie tw1 i dre'.ig .l-g Miallli iand
'ihleN, -;Iha;te liet-. l'. I ir'-t a ill work
ItIn, t, h I ill.ta l i ii, I ai l the* other
ll,' Ih c r i\ r I r li elh It lt. Iiall, d
I I .i. 1 .11. ,1o (i he 1411 r 0t i 1 d ie i,' at
I'rt 1 i I .t I I < .i-itill for a


half of the ea aa ll at sof
emnate. This delaib hi believed to be
abmut rreet. but whether or st
ea eallst mauh strength a M
reaoluatma providing fr a -eme
Uoual amemdmeut is nmetber qustesd,
However, It is flt that their ~ t
to lvoke saypathy have met with
some sumceep, a ablated bt tes
status of the present s oate of
The Aati-Saleoa Leagu aIl m
Womaa' Christian Teeprain n .
ion both have delaates ere. Th
first orgmaaltlos has etab-i-ed
headquarters over J. D. Cay's har
store. while the latter o ramlt
ha Its headquarters at the O a-t
tine House.
Asa simple eSort to eaiat sy atl
for their cause. the oar atlmesm
placed bouquets of Aowers ea eas a
the desks of the members of two
houses of the ielslatur. To a
of the bouquets was Ud a mad bear-
lag a scriptural quotates. Theo ma
berm of the two orgaissat o e rwe I
evidence and watched with later
interest the proceeding of the two
bonuses.
"I will urge that the matter be -
en up smultaneously by kath lb-a
and disposed of witha the a at
days." deelardd Ibasr Humpl-
of the Twenty -eveath strt t aat
night. "The matter sheab be -slttle
at once. thus alleviating the peo-
blity of Its bobbig up threat t
the session to assoy and Imaede the
progress of the agislatre."

A Ulttle wat Ma. WI&
big results.


demor'stration Just as th arrival to
the Miami was at that city. There
are now four big dredges at work In
the territory.

Qulncy Is to have a new Ire system
The (amewell system of alarr
be installed. The departr'
avc' three paid men. a chic
firemen. There will be t
wagon a thousand fee'
two chemical engines
#ary equipmennt for&

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to dopebes to jut wagis tis Iotd-
ad at beaern shag th tleme.nt

X. f taessieo the hamts m who4
ownd 6w omstegs"of a p ddsla i-
ama to be ba ay bohe fusht osee
md smth wat be i sandea t doing .
I ld to eespateg the mosey wheI
.IM wt Itd rhm, he repltio
a heWas "uatle omt, but waoul
usPsm woVIM What b is bolawyer aind I
S Matter.t
he peMtItss that was Presented to
MI eMatasId the lnaes o
mareaat bin the city. and
I the outlook the matter
Ard may be fouglit out


me=hat I O athe cARTdR.


a d-' 6-6 nwl


-'CALS i and none
hbis n~b& Amtrike. ahe'n
b116it41 161i among men
hj .k A d l i,%tcccunUudhed
md is b@a6 h a WO D h of beauty
goa owb 6W bd g a 'is. the dva
hei sun of
W. U. Johnson's jel) uapt
Drugl Store r mwaern
of dalth
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OpmuW Co. Na. V .YT.


Pfehead teo the- Uumiiiie'se
uwUeto 'e to IIe I i, I h-
'- A ova Into the far-off Pbk. i
longer ).*riihaagl ar itl a ielrhei
for a brighltr he'aivii toir ewinlee ug
ulesiird auad uota.&ud leewartl th. *' r
lar-it lc rix k "(m tli. Is.1-.e oer VA hI I: .
l.;trital tit ~s 1I, feeeaietele-i Neis I.g.
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Altheh ladigestn and dyspepsla
are o prevalent, mt people do not
theorohy understand their caa e and
eure. There 1 no reason why people
shouM o t eat anythilm they desire-
If they will only chew It carefully and
thorouhly. Many actually starve
themselves Into slckmea through fear
of eatlag every good-lookig. good-
Ssmealln s ooad g astig beod. be-
Seam It doa mot agree with them.
Dieting a Mt cure dyspepsla. If
we refutes every article of food that
4ds-rs with Ya. before loan we
Shave mthg left. ad Iad ourselves
Iebemil dyspetes.
We as care dyspe We are
em as-at ao this fact mat we gar
etee aa care, sad promise to supply
sIe -ed btee of all eost to every.
eme wbo wiN me It. who is et per
feStly satiee with the result which
IM preludes We eat as premises
ad put as e mder say oiatto
whatever. Surely. nothing eoM be
ftrer. We are leaed right here Ia
OaSeesfl e, sad r reputation shoMul
be saflelet assurnace of the gema-
aatm eO ea r eer.
We wat everyme In OGalaeavlle
who Is treMebd with Itdgetlo aor
dtpepusM la mY form to come to our
are sad get a box of Rezall Dyspep-
la Tablets.
Tabe them home and give them a
reasonable tral. according to direc-
tios. They are very pleasant to
take they soothe the Irritable ptoni
ach, stPregthen and Invigorate the di-
gestive organas promote a healthy and
natural bowel action. Immediately r,.
lieve nausea and all stomach irrita-
tob. produce perfect and healthy di-
gestlon and assimilation. and promote
nutrition.
A 25rc package of Rexall )Dyswpella
Tabklts furnish 13. days treatnltaIt.
In ordinary cares. this is sufficient to
produce a cure. in more chronic I
cases a longer treatment, of course.
is necessary. and delpnds upon the
severity of the trouble. For such
cases. we have two larger sizes which
sell for 45e and i9c. J. W. McCollum
& Co.. corner East Main and t'nion
streets.


babe (which was only eight days old
whe death called her home) and hosts
ot frI d to mourn her untimely
death.
Ih was a cheerful, happy and du-
titl daughter, a food and loving sis-
ter, a true aad devoted wife. Early
ah placed her faith In her precious
avior. which faith sustained her In
her dying hours. Her heartbroken
husband holding her In his armr. Just
before she went away. asked: "I) rl
Ing. ean you see me?" "No." cE nUe
her faint and last reply. "I arm going
now." and so the shadows of death
saut out her ision of husband and
home. No doubt the beautiful home.
of the Son came into view. and as
she passed *t,'ough waters he would
not alvlr them to overflow her
"he swevtly sleeps uudtr a niound of
flowers
Not far from the homrn of her youth.
And near th e place whl.re,. ith heart
felt d i itli .
She uscatltr.td thi Ibrlght he)ia;ll iof
truth


First of the Season.
Ikhlp li C'h.ianl rli of T.it eai.i 1s on1 .
of tIohme truckerr a waho i.a ;a alwa;oe a
earli. If not a lilt 1 I i t ad of hii nII ogh
I,r anld aulgtii (lnde'llii tr:at-ed tlhip fact
tia r ippjllii to Iotlhi Iplli t. -I rI d.t .t
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I W C. T. U. MOTHMnrS M "rTILN

Ver Inserot ing Program Redered
at Home ef Mrs. Theme.
On account of the absence of the
olctlal prru reporter of this orgsal-
ation, the usual monthly report of
the Mother' Meeting of the W. C. T.
U. did mot appear.
The organlaatlon was delightfully
entertat ed at the elegant home of
Mrs. W. R. Thomas on Tuesday at
teraoon. March 22nd.
The devotional exeretes were led
by Mrs. Margaret Gross. who also had
the literary program la hand.
The arst In order was an article on
tuberculosis from one of the books
of the Gullek Hyglese IJne for
schools which, by the way. shouM be
In the Ilbrry of every school In the
State.
Next or the program was a well
executed ptam solo by Miss Iabel
Padet.t
Mrs. Gros them presented three
sbJeets for dlcualton. The frst. led
by Mrs. Johl Taylor. was on "The
Reartg of ChIlMre." The one dis
passed by Mrs. W. P. Toem was on
"What Kind of Books LoulM Be Read
to Our Children "How to Treat Ner-
as Children" was the theme of Mrs.
weetaer. of Wlaeosin, and followed
by Meadames Padgett, Graves. San-
born ad Dorsey. Home Study." by
Mrs. McKlustry and Mrs. Gross, came
naet.
Soma by Mrs. McKinstry and
duets by Miss Ruth Doll and Miss
Margaret Merchant. Miss Helen Har-
rtaso and Miss Mary McKinstry.
were much appreciated.
Mrs. Arnold's rendering. 'Over the
Hills to the Poor House." was fne
vrm Artid as one of the winter
visitors from Alplleton. \\I..
Refreshmennts were s'rtd. as usual
which always brings thvc (occasion.-
to a p'lelaant colcClusl4.n
The ladies of the \W. (C T. I'. are
always glad to a elconim til.' lmothlrr--
younn ntid old--jd v.r',vone, 41.4- whe
Is lhtere'st.ed in -twial al nda li rI r;r\ en
tertaiin n'itl.l and ahllulll int i)ro.l-ici
Is alwal. nmade- for a larg InulIIe'r
'We hople our next Ill'tiiiK a ill I.' a-
great a success numerically and oth-er
wise. a. this oneI.
PRKSS RKPOIITEII Pro Torn.

oRney's Boys Tonight.
)o not forget that "Roney's Iloyv"
tlhe a concert at the Talwrnachle t;-
night at h o'clock. Remember that
the fame of Roney's concerts co \er
the entire United States. There i,
but one such company in the world
They are unique. unrivaled, and unap
proachable as a popular attraction.
t will be a relation and an In.
siration to you to hear the elvety.
lute-like tones of boy sopranos, and -
he rich, sonorous notes of boy altos.
o trained as to sing solos. dueti.
rio.l quartets and even in five-part
aruiony. like prima donnas Thet
will give the highest forms of e'ctular
and sacred niuri. lthe c(rnll, itiolii
if the niasterr., but niule that ail
la e,.s aill alpre irate,- anid eI.njoyI
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Is rushing along with unparalleled success. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday our store was thronged with eager
and pleased customers, and the rush was only equalled by our great Christmas trade. Each department teems
with newness and brightness, and add to this the captivating prices we are now making and you have the recipe
for the great crowds gathering here this week. Each day wil find special offerings for the d only in each de
apartment, so miss none of these days, for to do so you may miss just what you most need. HE FOLLOW-
ING ARE A FEW OF THE ITEMS WE WILL FEATURE FOR TOMORROW:


Laers .i Eakinileri lm
We can positively and safely say we carry more variety and Evitdenc amoun that thle usr for ribbon this Spring aw o so extensive ad vadM
yardage of Laces and Embroideries than ANY STORE IN FLORI- ch!aae'ter a. to rgivwe srance for extraondinary 7 Refmet a ma t o the My
.~ .i A1ribbwon art. now put for femininear adornamet-they r ia evidence from* -r l dy*h ito I
DA, and this entire lot-a store in itself-has I'en especially priced l art now rt for mining s orn g rt- .wami evidca -ti W I e
o ts w sPhne. Our Riblnn Departmnnt is nowr sIowin the newe Ribbom ia Seti", to rM
for this week's selling. iano and fane for Eastr. Tlwy. too, am sharing in tir SplWel Ea~ter Sse.

We have just received a new lot of Silk Gloves in short and By this week's express we've received direct from the Northern
long lengths, plain and enmbroidered, ranging from t9k to $1.98. market the newest and most authoritative in Ladies' Neckwear-
SPECIA.L--l;.hutton length, all pure Silk, black, white, tans and Fancy and Emblroidered Collars and new Sailor Collars, plain and
browns, $1.." value, Easter Sale price ........................ embroidered. Embroidered Lawn Ties, Jabots, Ruchings, etc.

H3sty Adts M Cm
Our stock in this ldelrtment is the most complete in Middle An unusually large assortment of these goods are now being
Florida, carrying all possible shades and ranging from H-K to $2.23". shown, and for today we offer lots 1k, 3ik mI 7C that will com.
Special values will !*, offered for today's selliig. man:d special attention.


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SMIL INr Yi/ DEP'T |,, Rl +-ady-,Tri,,,,el H.ats ranging in former price from $3'.5., ) to $.50---Your choice for the remainder of
this week at inly$~ 2.98. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
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I-TORSAL OO@M-S. POSNC. L SuIter. as preslMet pro teo of th
S@eaat. was a pleaslg and deserve
TALLARAIS., es.. April 7.-The eompliaent to one of that body's me
assembla of t the lgilatur tis able me mers.
year was attended by a meun smaller It is probable the Senate commit
crowd than the writer ha een for tees will be announced today. Owlin
the past quarter of a enetury. There to the larger membership and mor
were nt nea a many aspirants for numerous committees of the Hous
positeos at the disposal of the Senate the completed list may not be ia
d Hose as there have been at prev- nounced by Speaker Farris before
tea m es lo. md the "boosters" for Thurday
the candidates for President of the There Is Indication of a strictly
Senate and Speaker of the House business nessaou. and the members a
wee etweedigly few In number. both houses seem Imbued with the Idel
Ia-oveorpr Rvoward appeared upon that they are in Tallahassee to pro
I the ase Sday afternoon and Im- duc results and not oratory. and
mdlately est to work in behalf of there will doubtless be less playlni
SleMtur Hdem for President of the to the galleries than usual. The good
I Seae. The esoveror was ertti- roads advocates are already at world
Sdld by a few f his parUtlpa- and see confident that some goo
Ut in to i eMateot, but he o doubt work in this direction can be ac
to eaMad aps to astat his flrted t compltabed. Another serious and
"e matter. ad there is no disputing strog effort to to be made for re
t be reuadred SeaMtor Hadso val. apportionment of Seatorial districts
aMl aid. reward i s sm defat- sad Houe membership of the coua
hIe wrber. Id so determined to heep ties, a work directed by the coastiut
I th m11WH The section S Noe- tion to be reformed but which ba
Iar HMesm as arPaoisa officer of eretofore tailed of accompliamen
the Seate VI dmobt be heralded owigl to the wkde diveralty of pi
abad as aII sntiledM tration vie- ioe and the interests Involved. Co a
to. 9u b imt th eMas. however. ty division also premlses to cat a
lr OMcMM0 t nver lifted his more or less important igure and bills
vte or aised hIs hasd for or against for the creation of several new coun
either M or l Humphrtes. He is ties are to be Introduced early In the
hMe Ips hM promise to the people not session. The election of Senator Hud
to JMd the ate irs of 4 iA s. son. a pronounced county divlisonist
latae by dictating i such matters as as President of the Senate. might be
the lctko of pesMdin ofcrs, and claimed as in a measure a victory for
there is no doubt but that as man the advocates of division. though the
of the Governors supporters voted for quesoo was not very largely dis-
deaster Hudmo as for Senator Humph- cussed during the abort preliminary
ris Had Governor Gilchrist seen it campaign in Tallahassee which result
to do so be could have brought some ed in his victory over Senator Humph
powerful fluence to bear in favor of ries. though the latter is known to be
HImphrle. and no one doubts what opploed to county division at this
Iroward would have done had he stage of the State's development
been In Gilchrist's shoe. The elec- -
tio of Senator Hudmton is no more t .
Some nIltl gt.( hU('t a ttart in lift
ans OLtdminirtration vck.tor. than is
the electiop of lo .. IFarris( of Dual they hit a terrific Iace t 4,for the
t t o i. rr. o fnish.
a abiakl y ring victory, for as ardiet nih.
temperance men an are to be fonaud
fn the IHose were numbered among HEALTHY PLANTS
bid sUppolrters Parris is a ..elf niade equam the Mlt aretAl Attet. aOn
man. who has ni:de his ay alonft' in Well oeend o.
the world, and such nli.t art admlireld fld you ever see a roewbush which-
for their pluck sald energy lie II aid **. srpte the mn ,-t benefintnt environment
Sor t eir p-of smaair.sin*-a-il M atmraphere.
he was a sinner from the-' tart. and -,ecemedl never to achieve a healthy
his campaign was admirably .smin.aged tgr'wth"
by Col. Caulking. representative front A tn nf manure will not help a plant
by Col. Cauik rr tlv run that h.a a canker e*.ting o:t Its heart.
Nassau county. Ins fact. Farrils i the You must destroy the cause before yeo
only candidate for Speaker who had can remove the effect.
what might be termed an organia- You cannot cur Td druff and ald-
ames by rubhlng on hair lotions. and
tion. The other candidates were all Tuhbing In vaosMlae. etc.
"at ea" from start to finish, and the Tou must look to the cause of the
outcome shows that it takes elective trouble-It's a germn at the roots of
your hair which causes It to fall out
work to aocompllsh results In such 'wbro's H*rplicle destroys the ierm,
eotests as well as in elections where and healthy hair is the ure result.
the people decide the result. Judge tap d byr edape to Th ste pnd e.I C
tape tor smple to The Herpilcde Co.
Carter of Alachua saw the "hand- btt.ro eb,
wrlUng on the wall" early In the gane J. 8. Bodiford & Co.. Special Agents
and withdrew from the contest. as did
MacWilliams of St. Johns. But Rotwr.
oa of Suwannee and Alexander of \o-
lasia stayed to the luish, the former
receiving I and the latter 13 votes.
There is no doubt that Carter would
have received more votes than either R P
Alexander or Roberson had he re-
malned a candidate. WUu
The Legislature will scarcely get
down to real work before next week.
as there Is much preliminary sork to
be done in the way of ali|iMltItlug c('o 1
miltteus. etc.
The good ladies of Tallahaaseee
handsomely de chamber and IHoua'e faith lnio ere.
'ronmptly at Inns Tl u1redl.t tlI,th eanI
ate and Hlouse were orrgailzel i. i due'
con.titutlonal formi and hn- ,nffi. tr-
and attaches as naJnecd in hn M.hloan *da\
night.' cau'un ,.re delul> .c.td. autl Orandpa has traveled and he
iastalled The a,slnilnllatin unld cl.l I knows that the one whiskey
tion of lion 1 II il Itak, r lrt. a ll
sand etei.rua t,.. lai,,r frii, thIa "I. li|. which you find everywhere is
lieth diltricl. conp|)le d of eM.Iarionll ;alldI HARPER. Supply yourself
fe Cannot S Cured with this World Famous whis-
Deafnew Cannot Se Cured
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NEWS OF CIn AND TCS SCIAL '- TIN

COU COS interest in the Baptist Revival C
V I E DU SM OWv EStonues sn the increasee.
I-r Martin enisi nw at his. t-t
J IH Morton I. -ft .r-terta, for n i the- wo nde"rful pres.'titnnttiot of th" The
Iake Itlr here hT h will -,1 *,IPd th. i I,.reat dotri"e' ,rf Halhationt, i, race' umme
,next ..r.nl- .t .. ..i The .tn ri .ttr :stont at th' .ift'rt in., Yi *'. I
i. l r-, n il eI e l II. worn-ol
" .. r '"' ..1' 41 1." % Lr u i thaii general
SI. MlIinald of M I llI II mi h. Ite r.tr d'e l Th* anaemic
the. i ft% ,n a 'h t iit toW h rer IFEI'l in Our 1.1-. antd is%@* ->t1h H you frot
1 4 .Mihmn3ld who i the- uloiular i long. ho
'a hi. r f ..* ,,.h rn I e,.-..% oi ...l l I Ia.1 l t,,r ii iiter retat it s becan'
lary, itiI t ,,- Lyd:ia E. Pinkham's l(; *' plai lforI It itit' i** e'ire ms
1 D W.x 10A 4ai *1i tl d L IP 1 6. 4 61 | l \ S ,. .I o, ;. <;, V..,.. Vegetable Compound 1,,e aid ,Jle.. compose
Hadware. Con.iany. l,.ft ..e-.t.rday VieiUas.. W. Va- I feel that lowe The Tahernackl. lwrlTe. in i.. ..**.e- as
-r .ck.ontll. a her. hle will remain he last ten years of my lfe to .ydia in was larIgely attended Hlire the for per
for a hort Ohil. on iuI)ell..s eniln ct E. P kinam's ege- nuie i a Pecial feature The the syst
.ble ,. nl IC "I'csl f. tr Th( o
d with his '"' Eleven yearso I cho.ru is getting down to hard work to e e
All meImbTrs oef the. Mildre-d I., r-a a a walklnl and Itlnlal ome of the flnet aMonR g trned
Chapter are ur ged not to format the low. I h doee s services ever r dered In this city.
FaXM"r vs hunt to hb lven Saturday. carebutgotnorllerf. Tuesday night and last night being
o11th. from 4 to 6 o'clock, further no- My husband per l*tlwclally fne. Under the kadership
twice of which aill it. Ki 'II. smdu*d ame to try, of Mr Schofield they are Improving
hr Lrr- Yl ydi a:. F'nLr
The New York Racket. lhifer Itro. .i Eletable at ever v Mrvice Only a few more
are conductingI a (ir.at Easte.r Sale.. un IPIulanditworked daes. alnd the Ireatest opportunity
and sone rare Imrgains are< offered likea charm. It re- this city han ever had will end The
Read the announc,.em.nt of this firm lived all my pains city at large should cotvnJiment these
mand oiwry. I advise all suffering
on the fifth alxe of this Issue. womre to takLe Lydia E. Ilikhlam's great singers withth eir presence for
millous PFeel heaIy after dinner Vetablef compound." Ma. EMMA the next few days that remain to
TOnxu... .oated itter tas.te?- m W I..1. IVelnal W. VI. them here. All jlersons who sing. 14
Tone coated' Htter taste Con- dia kham' Vetable Co years old and u,. ar nv d to join
pilexion sallow. U l.i .r needs waking Pound. made from native roots and *
Iup ltoan Rerulets. curet billous at- w a. contains no narrotics or harm- in this chorus work. and get the bene-
tark .' ent at any dru tor. fu drugs. aul t* da holds the record fits of what time remains.
tack. ce"t at any drug store, for the larget-t nimnher of actual cures -
C(' H Iludson of Madison. \Wi' aho of female dliceasesof an similar maedi-
hats h-e-n slwndinx the palest wilnte r in cine in the country. and thoulcuallds of
voluntary testinimnlals are on file in
_ __ ithe Pinkham lalratory at Lynn.
MaI.. frior women who have ben
I l re d from lin ,.t every form of
S female cmiplaitits. iiiflammation, ul-
ce llratioti.dli,. lae-,iieit.tilhroid tumors.
W H irr Updritiet. eri.elie pins, backache,
i iiulpriMieon art Every s<-h ;uff-ri n-".tmanwoOwes it to I/I
herarl to) Inv, I.J.liA rE. linkham's
CRA EATT DE I 'V:t'tl :,,n.'. ,d : : trial. I
PUUIITLI Li ii I Ifr you would likPe-peclal advi ce
aIII Io I rIe, ; A write a coaltden-
SIPROTECTED trial l'tteri to Mr Pinkhanlm, at
.. Lynn .)la. er audice is freeg
and aM % WU)l, elpf.uL
l' lIa. I l.k- .r till r l -..


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ACCIDENT POLICY
Is-jitlc 1-v The Neirti Amer-
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Headquarters for
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tiiie ii '4 i*to Fa'ct. .''t the I a p-
ti-trchL r t relh tot iit r I-k'I flel t
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re-!-u it(o %t -t *td ;i (ect* cm to-ct I"-
V nA tfit -Ii ee litecmciet f.-.otic re.- it It .d Ait
e 'ine- e't % Itoe I titI~i l %a.or euof tfile- I fit
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1 I NATURE'S
TONIC
tvery gvat majority of peros aeed a toonic i the Springt r sa
r. ITh sterfm undergoes a change at this season ad Uthe t
I machinery is disturbtl. The general bodily weakra a titr
it feeltla. flk, appetite. poor dicntion. a half sick feeltg sU d a
run-down condition of the system, show that the bled tois w or
. and a blood purifying tonic is needed to build up the dsrag
and enrich the blood. The ue of 8. 4 at this time ms mit
ma long spell of sickness, and It will certainly prepay yro e t
t Summer. Many people have put off using a tonic until the
so weakened and depleted it could not succestully throw of Q
mad have paid for the anegect with a spol of fever. maria r oam
lebllitatna sickes. 8. S.8. is Nature's fal toms. It I a
Iton of the extracts and )uies of roots, lWrbs ad barbL wh
sad experienc have prove ar best fLted for a toaloto toh hm
It contalns no minerals of any kind and is tbhloru pudmtly
om of any age. 8. 8. tomes up the stomach ad dIM t, r
*m of that tired worn-out feeti aad i&parts v r mad
r part of th body. It purt. saad emriche tlh bed.
rttng and excreting members to better aetl, qLsi te o n-
A mar, sad makes e fee b et er la wa~ .
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HE SrTH'S LEADING MAIL ORDE HOUSE
is now ready with its new line of

Wy-tWea ApI fo Me, W .. -Ii

Chrilem in 'te ew Styles hr

Sprqi 1909

< uNol ';lu's-Accoiniowlatitng M<hodli


Alillr'ess all coniuiinulications to


I. H. LEVY, BRO. & CD.
MATAAl l 1GSEORI A


HIGH-GRADE VEGETABLE SEEDS

It pays the farmer to plant only the bent. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."
wr 986 as -d lsp Is.d -hFu .m.
We. ay riou lwMking ornhirs for fPr anl andl4her Wianonable lw'dI. W
'll I*. lau' to m nl you I,'"tr on r' i ure t. j .
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W. H. MISON SEED COMPANY

K SHER 8. JORI'AN.


JORDAN & CI

INSURA]
PORTER B1OCK GAIN


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ESVILLS. FLORIDA


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THE DAILY U8I: GAINESVILLE. FLOBIDA, APRIL 8, 1909
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ISCO ON APRIL 4TH WERI
LASMLY ATTENDED.

FP*ak Mwr Del ivered Pine
_-_ NO"


e. April -O Saday
4 the sbday school the
SptIs t church heated
birthday.
o mermitg Rev. Prp W
at The norida Bapt Wit
wlear d the "Adva-ue o
a st lue."
sme maestg serve everybody
livtdt to remla the boutn*
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mityp. hadly we e
be W t r to se t i. d
t-a& theed to a r


how
See or sea
p dMays gm. e l
SM. Mr. waide pl a I d the
ea "The Mae n &Tried to
Wv e 1110010 P100a,"
Was maooed to by aO appre

Mim Ptrl Ma who has bee qite
rwt teyphael to raply reeover-
Bwr Mrlaui wIl be glad whoa
b able to be out gals.
Mr. ad Mrs. eNory lthof L U b
C~tor Obre, retu.ed o their
Moiaday after a very pleasant
to the isteur of the latter, Mrs.
F Ostes. WhLe bhere tey made

Mr. H. C. Parker to bem after a
weeks'vit to her daughter,
C. C. Parker of aet City.
Partner Parker sad C. V. S110e of
College, at lake City, ro-
to their studies Monday, atta
days spent pleasantly with friseds
taetivee.
T. L Parker of Plant City IS o a
to is tether. H. C. Parker. He
quite stek and fried
a the change would be bws
b to him.
Wile Joer of the U. N.. Cla-
IL C., i Io m a fuuu r to
delight of ahis ftaiuly, trieds ad

ma Wll, mtir of Mrs. D. D.
oas. retired to r ome t
e today.
J. U. Deoach, the awmall man. Is
ia till to Ward City, where
bs bbe able to get quite a tact
nloe timber.
Parmers coming to town report
ina foe oodition and all are
happy over prospects of better prices
for cotton In the fall.
Mrs. Gertrude Davis and three Ilitlet
IrIe of Tampa are on a viast to
friend and relatives. The) will re-
man through the suninier

GRADUATES AT HEAD.

MisW Wimberly Receives High Honrs
at Closing erciaes.
Miss Jes ile Winilm-rl). a (Galinr-silll
Mirl who was Ii rni and re-areti ht-re.
bah juit iiompletid her tI-rui at th.
Atlanta School of IPliurmasiia. sd grad
united aithN hilh hoor,.. raiikinig be
olid I aluri a of tlir th i iret' cl ..
F I!u. wO I i I tI- q I'luiI of ftile -cili'kl
-h l le lli l ** r Ait l lm.t to i l.ct ll
In h i; illi.i l l i 11< I l' iu t l i t It.it>
.ll, ia lh. r. wli l II, -i t Ih l -iI
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'I A Uly L.kg
rAmls the llnmd of Astralla the
tary dav (Mlch horrtd to
rivaled i t emilasm. FIom the
p t MO Ie s to the end of Its tall
ti- i to covered with tuberles
adI -ip but In pte of its dagr-
i apmrame t t quite harmless.
It ms--- es about seven lactee la
Iemgth. It b a flat body, a eaMil
had iad a cylndricnl tal. It fre
qu-es sady places feeds largely on
ams ad I mere or lee diarnal In
babts. Its powerful limbs are fur-
Sated with stream claws, which Itb
am di dnta the aad, an which it
ft lies wholly or partially barte

TALK OF THE TOWN.

Nearly very One In Albioeu, Mich.,
PraMes Mle, the Memyey-Sack
Cur fTI Indgtion.
ALBION, Mich.-The people in Al-
bhs are elated to an unusual exte"
because of the many and remarkable
are which have lately been made by
Mioes a dyspepeia cure with a
orld-wide reputation. Everybody li
endorsing M-o-na. Here is what some
respected residents may:
Mrs. L. C. Cam says: "Ml-o-a
ed me of a stomach trouble that
Sbaothered me a long time"
W. H. MottU ays: "1 had doetured
for mouths without help. I used Ml
oam and slace slsnr it three years
ao I have been free from the di-s
tress."*
Mrs. eNm Overy sys: "For
moaths I had dyspepsla. bad stom-
ach distress, palns and nausea. Noth-
In I used relieved or cured till I used
Mies.

J. W. McColium & Co.. drurgisat
in Galnesvllle. sell the wonderful d>a-
liwela cure. Mi-o-na. for '0 cents a,
large box. and they think so well of it
that they will glve vour monu.y back If
It doc.bn't cure.




flOMEI


CURE CATARRH, ASTHMMA
Broaciti. Crosp Cougha and Co or
momay back.L Sd ad a td by
J. W. McCOLLUM A CO.


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The Trune ehemian.
"A true bohemlan is a man who bor
row a dollar and then Invites you to
lunhb with It."
"Wrong again. A true bohemisn I
a man who Invites himself to lunch
with you and then borrws a dolr."
-Kasaa City Star.

I think there itos cces Io all bosest
endeavor and that there I some vic-
tory gained la every gallant st. gle
that i imade.-Chardt Dickens.

Don't think that piles can't bxt cur-
ed. Thousands of obstinate eases
have been cured by Doan's Ointment
50 cents at any drug store.


NOTICE OP ELECTION.

Under and by virtue of the power
and authority vested in me as mayor
of the City of Gainesvllle, Florida. I
hereby call an election to Ib held in
said City on
Tuesday, the 13th Day of April, 190,
for the purpose of electing the follow-
ing officers for the said City to serve
for the periods set out herein. lowit:
One Mayor, one Marsihal, one Clerk
and Treasurer. one Tax Collector. one
Tax Assessor. each to hold office for
a period of one year and until their
successors are elected and qualified
Four Aldermen. each to aerve for a
period of two year from the date of
their election.
One Member of the Board of Pub-
lic Works to m-rae for the term of
file )ears.
The polling place for the said c*Ic-
tion shall tw IIn the rear of the niu
ii lcila l huildlig on ai.t .Main iani
Ma-oni tl btrtelt.C.
The lulli shall olw-n at S a m and
-loseL at sundown ii 1 said daI\
A J I ia'C-tlia. A. H tlwrtl-o
an:d A S Ta.i lr aru. h.rhl, apliniiaitl
it-l eItor-< andil .1 1 Alamiliin-s i ai .rk
4of -;:1, **l' t i in .
W I'n1111 ian\ i .lil :i'inl ual f -a iiif
i'At\ ( I(;.iili '-\ ill.. Florilda itI thi
I1tla o.e if M.arn I ll''.
li ill TIr Iil,, l a usr
tlloit{ V 141 ) | \ IS N'1.1% -. r
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$9.:.mi I)ade County.
cent due 19421 at 1,::4.
$1.4DHM) IhDual Count)
due 19121-2 at 146.
$',.4 ) Gainesvillhe :
1921 at lot %.
$1.7tm (;ainesville. ;
du.- 1912:12 at 141;6i
$S.o91, lilh Sp.rinis t
at 100.
$1So.ltm Jarckor)\ilhl ,
at 1409%
$l1.wi Jackson ille 5
at 112%
$h.:Io Jax. Electric C
1927 at 9k.


ack dof the ehiI ov-
ins of the dy is a
LIVER i .ie. A chain is la
strongly r then itr
weaLkel link, t ody
so stronger then itO
Lweaket orgal. If thee Is weakner of stomach, liver or lungs, there is a
wak lik In the chin lof life which mnv sgap at any time. tmen this so-called
weekne is caneeJ by lack of nutritio. the result of wekness or diseae
f the stomach aad other organs of digestion and nutrition. l)D ses and
wknesse of the stomach aon its allied ortgan are cured by the use of Dr.
Piere's (oldel Medical DI)wcser.rv. S he the welr or diJwe d stomach is
ecred. disease of other organs which seem remote from the stomach hut which
have their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and
oher orgs ut dogestion sad ntrition, are cured also.
The sarSO man ha a sfeeo st el eI.
Take the *e*re PeesawmeNde* "'D ser-
"ee11 a e d rema *have a t.M
ah &da d I roa a#"y.* &"Y.
Cvm% As ,v.--Dr. Pierce's CommoSense Medical Adviser,
ew revised Edition, is sent fre on receipt of stamps to pay
evpese of mailia lt oi. Send 21 one-cent stamps lor the
book i paper coven, or 31 siap tfor the cloth-howed tol-
ume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. 1Y.


VA IF 0 X


Buggies, Wagons


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Davis & Oliver

Sun "Want" ads. bring results.


Real Comfort In Every Drop

in every household there should he good liquor tor family o)r mcdlin.il pur, i.. Our iersonJ gu.irjntce is bchand
evcry package that leaves our houcs. ,And Ue knlo (%,u ill find r.al comfort in any f (f the following:


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XPRSs $X50
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Fla. 4 |It r

1'2 IW'r ccilit

per c(-nt dclu

IM-r cent due

IHr cetit 19421

IeTr cenit 1 92I1

lcr cenlt 1936t

u. 5 IM-r cent


2..5)o Monroe County. F. 5 Fla I-r
cent due- 191o-2, at 974l.
(Accrued lnttere.-t to I'- added I
We hae. for sale- all the. IeadliniK
hank .stockI throughout thlie State
A-k for quotationsi anid general infor-
matioll.
Stcwk of the Coisvalidated Naval

". It.i < shares I .r -al,- at lIt" ,

. .'.i m i lt. has a surplu- of $2 2. liciui
W ire t- .oiur oeil r-

AG WELL & ROGERS
Mutual Life BuIlding
I.e lium 1 I .i l ', I TV, I i ,u, \ '"_. '
JamksMril. w Fia

If It's prtited btatlonery you want.
rhe Sun office Is the place to get IL


The
Geheracl Demand
of the Well-nfor l. of time World has
always bee for a imnpl4, pl-saant and
efficient liquid laxative remly of know
value; a laxative which phyncian* could
Martin for family use lseaute itq com-
paent partF are kitrn to tlcrni to be
whobleom and trily I tnefcial in effect,
areptaLe to the system and gentile, yet
poempt, in nation.
Ish applying that demamn with its ex-
aeleat eoabination of Syrup of kip sad
ir fd n i, the California Fig yrup
M)t. prow s along ethical lines and rdies
Ste merits of the laxative for its remark-
agble a s.
That is amof sy reasom wTy
rof d Ri and Elixir o Senaus i s
te p nimlms by th' WeldI.ldoar
To It bes hah al dlsetw always ba
tIt Nm-Maetured by tn Ca (-
hoolk fyrup Co, my., ad (or Oak
i-as a- f ,b li, soes eANnteaob
Pwbs ob


Kisingl the Beek.
"Kinlng the book" In a rather late
devek)pment of the malre touching of
the Icpmc.lq witih the fillerr. which
dates frmi the slfth century. It is
Ilkely that the ki-, ans oerirlnrnlly In-
tended not) to Inire-ine tlie *olienilit y of
the "nth. but toI rslicil r affec.tlii for tlwe tIk The klwq np-
peirq to haive meIrte- linto f:asilioni to
wr:ril the petnl of tile %slt-iiltlth century
aid wolul lse-vni. frim1 wlhit G -orav'
Fir asny o-f 1r. th ha\e I en a 'rotes-
tant ltir\ ntil,11on. A r-.,illling to bim,
the unretforniil methl,.l wasn imiply to
bold the gnsplwcl will tree fingers
alore the lw-.k. typtfyine the Trinlty.
anl two wn tingaei low. t(pitflil tibe
twofold dcrsructlion of wOl and soul
thl't an rnph t ker Iinvoked upon him-
self It be swore falasly.

A Baby Show in Gainewville
Would have many contestants; but
:'s safe to say that the healthiest ba-
by would win the prise. No baby
can be healthy who suffers from
worms and most babies do unless
they are kept fre from then with
White's Cream Vermtfule. Acts
quickly, yet mildly--s Its own purga-
Uve. Mothers. don't attempt to raise
children without White'a Cream
Vearmige. PrIce 25 cents. bold by
W. M. Joahnon.


Staple and Fancy Croceries

GralI, Garden Seed ad Fertilienrs
OUTN MSID QOUARE -*- ,AINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

MHi@ut market prie paid for Chiekeme *e -and oth*~ Prodase

A Omilek toek of Hay. Cora. Oalt. Flow. Braa. kU. Cotte
and MIal and Rye We handl oly the Very Oeat good
it oMM im and grutme illm a aga,


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BONDS
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W S"ea r a wsamls.
Pegasesi seeskm t o anlmabsnus
am lWs. avo a" eegrah 6or"
p'@IaI, sina&ed so

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THE IIAILY BUN1: GAINESVILI F. FLORIDA. APRIL 8. 1909 7


LeTetd te Par.
Tere was an Engllsb farmer. a
OmerwqMtshlre man. who on-e owned
a telem.'w. The "oM man rremrked
to a friend at a Inral race mmtng that
the gentry nnwedaym had girlea for
both eyes and added that he "had had
me nwe for ou ey-e. a risht rood one
It was. but now It was an ufw at all
ao. not to hdfrie "
.'l.y i, -* :'" ik,.| t I, frh.t'
"W Iell." I *l. i! l.' t ,,r., n :*.ud oeu
I ounld w.e 'il, 4 u 1- en I ,uld seq
pelnti tlhe Itec tI;. of tif hut- .l five
mile off Itut :ll.-ti. ron Jhn. he
borro(wed -n,. invold i.. trfilt to se the
steple cof t'*lth,, r i !urtih. Iten miles
off- a-d tr'.;d -' di tri. 1 l ;ndl couldn'tt
And that smlrii id It. Ii It n'ere neo
er of ito 'e n:I~ I i I"re itU. lnt to 1Do
body."
As a Corellary.
"Are marriage. nmtde in beaave?"
"As to that I can't say. b, t I do
know this mucb."
"WhatI that. PI'le*I
Thwre'a lots fcr onrting dose In
curtch."- oluleville P('oerker-Jnurnl.

TMe il mi.S 9"

Sia t I ri n i 0.
Pill a bottle or omoan gi with yow
W Mr sad let it rtan twety-four hmos;
a brck dust sedi
meant, or settling,
atnngy or family
aaPeranmce o(ten
i'tmtcato an un-
healthy condi-
tin of the kidl-
nevs; too fre-
quent desire to
t *pas it or pain in
the back are also si mptomi that tell vou
* the kidneys and bladder are out of otder
and need attention.
Will"To DO
Wlat Te0
There is comfort in tl;e lknowlcdl e so
often txpreswcd. t!;.t )r. Kil:icer'
Swamp-Root. the rr..t LtIlI:ev rLnwdlv,
fulfills alnio,.t ct trvy i.' in correcting
rheunmati-,ni. I.i::i l th.. th i,. kidlncv,
river, llal.d.tr !l4t'1r, ryv T rt,'f the.arinaryv
passage. Corre-ts ria.nt'.li'v tloh h1 l W.itfer
anid scaldin m ti.rn n in I'-ni- it. or lhul
effects ftllowii,. u e (of li(;ur, uie or
beer,. a.i o\ -rte' tli..i nt ii lc.-.i,:.t n:-
ct'-sity ,f i i. i t I? il'04 ,.'l! to go .ften
thfr n,,, h the ,'., ,, ;I,!, t,, vtI u,' nm.inv
tities iurmii: the m:.ht T .i r. .. .ialn
I!ticlel:ate O1th1 t of Swamp-RMoit Is
%o ;cau.i ofits r u,:'it .,le 4 ,
health rst'.,,ri; i l AroI, -
rrttrs. It It 1 ,ei .1t ,
Iediicine vica 'huldi
hathethb-e A.t. S,Ii by
druggists in fift\-cent
Mtin ollr-.>l].ir.l/.S. -- .... ...,
You may have a impile- bottle sent frre
hv mail. Aidlrers I r. K iltalcr & Co., Hing-
hamton, V. .Melotlon this l p-r andl
remember the name, )r. Kilnier' s Swana-l
Root, and the aldres, Itinghamtun,
N. Y., on every bottle.
S


Art you of the Iln miler
who are ifr:iil that
tlither i- miw ii, defect ill
their title-,. ;irl with
tih it "1"< i i j \c \ ii-t, re,-
fll-' tb l l\ :iV .111 A
-tr.L-t 14 f Tit ll Seniil
for oiltr F :' I l t
,,i '"11 Ti T il,. 4 .-
tii." MNme are Su omd
as they who wiN t see.
\\e iha i the if iforiilt-
tioni till V i 'l titl..
---4 4iN'.I'l.T IS-

ALACNUA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO
4 .i, -\r i. F !.rol.t





TELEPHONE


LO-DISTANCE SYSTEM


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East Florida Telephone Co
The Le-Ou btace System


Field of Memse Ceem'lmel.ea
Perhaps w't Isa timtlated by a slight
derangem et ,of the serve, and good
things aMkl on the feld of battle are
sometimes rmolred. When "Rully"
Egann fought C'urrn with pltoles the
bulky .Egn mroeinilnnd that bli oppo-
neit was ae thin an a Ilnde of grass.
I-'tlt my ie I -i:ilLked ut upon ayour
twedY.' ui'1 Cnirriv "*i nd n 'r tito (,ut
1* ,4. 1 f 0 f ll f. 1 i. ( 1 niul "
It :; i "t .'l,,, ,, f ri h irer. tno
ILP n it or t f n i :nlT i!Tit' ainul
hlie e. *ni' ':0 I'l la t e nf I ;n;: in
91 lr ,t r ;i.:, *h -lih log'" r *"', ill
*re:'n I '" v no* -*rl fit I r ih IoiNl l,.r
*"ti' ri!t'4. -"f at il hi tnilrt 1 *- i were
rW ivi I:' l.i -'i*" ti of Il' fire
'i t I rn 1 ,': |t <'0url :hl- s w:-I.It. Tip-
*rt'ry. M 1,, F:I' ln d fllc*,n"imonn-
1 1TT77 Th' r ct at the uul!lser nas
I eIIs at ('l:,,:inl :anid '0nt1i to hare
'oire their werk very gravely and Ihon
*tly.. In IlndI r a recalll rule ft r **'lill-
pli. unprem eldit:ted en-u*unters with
'he small w.rd.n." There is a larre
element of nwunrdlty shout It all no
doubt. hbt even duealin has had Its
plaN s a ronch. Inefitrlet test of
mabood.-Black wood's Maastine.

You should not delay under any dr.
cumstancesa n cases of kidney aad
..... r aluuule. You should take
something promptly that you know Ia
reliable. something like DeWitt's Kid-
ney and Itladder Pills. They are un-
equaled for weak back. backache. In-
flammation of the bladder, rheumatic
pain. etc. When you ask for Ie-
Witt's Kidney and Illadder Plll.s be
sure you get them. They are antl-
septic. Accept no substitutes: Insist
Iil|oi getting the right kind. Sold by
.ill drnlgrt;.t :

The Hourgla's.
Inlte'nil of Iieii. chiole'lte nn l inlmply
'in lintacre's:;lig r-'ll.' the IhourllOwhA ii
vaIr; 1' f. r.is, is u i tilf'thi e iiltur.
ihri t, \ i .\% llI:l< s l iist i litl i .,ority
Sii '* lit i.l't f-,r t ai h ilrir -,.** :i
ll2..i I l ir al, .vig al 1!1 te'illl[H,'b ;' hi '.l! -
'\ I !0 : a .. ''i ti r el % l 'rT-' n%44
r ,t i. ; ': it .-r a r i' : le'r- a li.r I
vt th'10.1, t t. l d- ,f :1 l h
~a'l. la I i '\ l .*i 'it f 'I a a'fi a m il e4-



A Knocker
I a .' i ;. i %\\ 'i (r lm i't -'a v4)4i,4 il :nia \
|r -' i4,r t i!,,.:. It '. 1 1.;1 it r:0i.-*r i
th .a iil ,to r-i! li. "* If \ *t h ail tliah t
%v.n ;iart lo.. i itiil, t< -. '' thitoir
tt'r i,.: :h olr. **. tx a lo' threat i star lia
r to a; IwMn (''llan lIillard's lierbine. A sure' cur irfor
con-tiliation,. dy.-'iplta, Indigestion.
billousness. all llhar. stomach and
bowl troubles. Sold by W. M. John-
S.IL


Very Imprenesv.
.Noua.-:u IlI i..' Is t Illie's all nmu
lig I*rnT .lid .k- o -lie thIno. exotilas
the other day-he sat* a cormuiiuter-
just as the train was muorlu. from the
statilon:
**i.r John."
"'*esir:" unswerel the valet.
"1-1 think. after all. I weld like the
Iaslaralgun 'e.rv'ed as an climtree to-
ulght."
tiid It1h train nI.l, i.cld iasimll luthL
crreti Ijuhltr \v% V.,rk ITlli

One-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At 1 .t-t i> w h-it :a miiiii hb tl,- ought I
, i I .!I 1 uII i hI J t l r I .-- Ir
1i 1 r 'l ,, i -tei.. ,t .ii i a id l i i.
i'. a. "almim- I -. li t. h I ilm l. .i o


Ii o ~ai. ,i 'l 41. m t '.m fIa: .. ('[ftill
a i.. ,.n l I ir I. i l1iaa I1.i): I.. la


LaplAnd Rcindecr-.
1 ,1 11144 1
p00. 00 la 1 0 '~( 1~ 'il( 1(' .. 'a I' .' 1T 1 'oiiael.
Iv 1 .4 i li- a a1 il..- l e



%tm'i ..ml I!. .:o. m .- lraaita 1 ',a


rc hose rI a'-1' le



CASTOR IA
bor fafurts and Children.
The k~iid Youl Have AIrajs Bought
A :
rt oolo i r IC v


t. r


Better Not Get


Dyapep=ia

If y7 amr hlp Mt Kodol prenwu DyopepFI, by
effectal hlpin Nature to Relaee IodIgio.
Dut doe't trfle with l-dico--


A great many people who bare
trifled with Indlgestlon. have been
sorry for It-when nervous or
ebromle dysepela resulted. and
they have not brea able to cure It
tse Kodol and prevent havtas
Everyone Ia subject to Ildiges-
tia. stomach deraaemet foIows
stomach abuse. Jut a s aturany
sad fat as surely as a souad and
healthy stomach results apuo th
taking of KodoL
WhoB you experience ourseas
of stomach. belchlag of as and
asseatla fld, bloated seamatlon.
guawlag It the pit of the
tomark, aat bra (seacaed).
diarrhea. headee-s. dhilses er
threale tired feetir-yu Oseed Keo
doL And them tho quker you take
eodol--te better. Met what yes
waat, lot Kodol dat mt.
Oradiary poepia "dyapepla tab-
lets, physlc, ete., are mt Nkety
to bh of imuc beet to yea, I
aeutive allmett P p i oa ly
FO)Z SAL.3E T .


a partial dilter-and physles ar
not diesters at all.
Kodol Is a perfMet dl rte If
you could ao Kodol dgesIag every
particle of food, of all ktds. In the
lass test-tubes li oar laboratorek
you would know this ast a well
a we
Nature *ad Kodol will always
eure a Ask s tmmaeb--b or- r
to be ced, t rhetoa mat r,
That is what Kodol 1, zl, -
stomacb. whlle the stmmb et
well. Just a simple a, A. C



--,
Ke ol e aI r Ilst ti > e ers erw .nso wa u r a Asoa do
bamLr sa t It ha" e am tpus
aT a Vs a a t oLe m l esa he a

wiab ll b ow mosy w bead*-
ram buoomM6 Wt" r p-we deW


Kodol is prepared at the labor
torero E C. DeWitt & Co Ctaa
L' T I D EVCAGG TBS


Groceries and Grain
TO, IE Ti\IA)E ONLY

No Order Too Large
kth Phms 215 SAMnSVrL,. FLM






Tampa &_Jaeksonville Rail'y


EFFECTIVE DEC. It. 108.


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal points South ....................... 10:10 a m


Returning, arrive Gainesville .................

Leave Gaineeville for Sampeon City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North
Returning, arrive Gaineaville ................


A L. Glass, Gen. Supt


4:25pm


6:00pm
9:30 pm


L. E. Barker, TraSf fg'r.


FOR CITY MARSHAL.
To the Voters of tio City ef al6t .

I aM a emaddate for Cty Maral
for re-electio Oa April 1. I have
served the people faithfully and e
clatly. llght and day, sad y reor
la open for laspection.
If my aervlce during the pat year
has bea satlleltory I ark the sp
port ad vote af each and every eitt-
sa who sl qualsed. I ca orly
promise the ame service as I have
e.deavored to give I t h past
rToYw for err,
K.\ I r. ARNOW.

I take tlsr amt of aflorte I
pubbe that I a a eaaodiato for City
Marshal at the electle to bold M
AjpriU I. 1-$. I espeetfay seoelt
e apwt all vetes, Irrep ive
f party aIlliatlon, uad precise to
bietly ad lmpatially dis harge
ke duties of the ea-ke shou I be
elected. Respectfally.
CHAo.L C. WARR4M .

POI TAXl AO S-OI
To the Vter at the Cty of Oa

I respectfIay m- oem aslo a
eandidate for City 'Ts Ammo,
the year iw. Haviag beea Tax An
-eesor her four years, I m My pg
pard to ll *th efloe, r
will asow, the city as smot hav.
lag bee naerea ed to m l- A t-
a little over NOS.WO to over ~I,00 0.
I was prevented from ruaalng 1gr Si
office last year oa account of lee,
and now respectfully soUltt yto
votes. W. M. BRADIORD.

To the Voters of Galaevinle:
I hereby announce that I am a ean-
didate for re-election to teo offie of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1M,
;n the election to be held on April the
1.th. and most eamretly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position.
Thanking you for your past endorse.
meant I remain. Yours very truly,
R. R. COLSON.

BUSINKRS CARDS

DR. UFA). S. WALDO,

--DENTIST-
Greahm Bliding, Eat Mole S t aL
WIll Phewe 61. AIm Leag Disamsem

DR EDWARD CLARU
DITariT.


Olces In Graham Dubda ovr
saunders & Earle'as stora. hmo
No. 356.

D. DaV s a. monUb.


Ol. over 09" al vle Na=I ft*,
Pbom Mi.


D)BJ. J. A. ALDIMA.


TELEPHONE


The Long Dis


One of the most valuable features
of our service, to our sutscribers and
to the public generally, rs our connect
tion with the extensive long distance
lines of the American Telephone and
Telegraph Company and the other as
sociated Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of long
distance lines in the seven States an
which we operate and in addition can
connect any telephone in our system
with lines extending to any other city
in which a Bell Telephone sysenm is
operated.
Trese long d stance lines are of the
rrost rr'dern arnd In'pr.ved constru
tLn and .a'e rvs rtaned at a h ji
state cf e .ency. The Bell syste" a.


TALKS


tance fys!em


operating In various sections of th
country, are uniform in their equip
ment and in their methods of opera
Itir;
Only by reason of this close trafc
arrangement between the Bell Tele
phone companies is it possible to go to


2 9T18 T


Oae ovaw Dotta & OW'. --
Paoe i80. OGalessvUle,

W. Z. BAKER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
.. O8LICITOR IN CHANCET. .

(AINESVILLE. Alahe b OD., FIJS
Ooe ia Haymaas Blmk.

FERDINAND BAYER,
ATlORNEY AT LA W.


GIaseVIvLLS,


0 Vw*aana.


a Bell Telephone almost anywhere, Can 1il your litl property. (la~
ask for "Long Ditance" and be put in prod and unDmfro#ed), phaple
truekial ad farin hlands. Bad hia
communication with almost any plnt ua at ofg an lyou oerrform l le. l4ltm
in the (c, ntr y.
Th, va st network of wires, radial J3 A. OARLIOLE,
irg throughout the nation, is used AT7aeJKd'Y AT LAW
daly in c' "merce and for social puA
I .s Iy e tane r, the farmer and Ad ,l o m t
t .:' i., aI aj!i of Ife and ourt .
ik.1' Estate, Conrve yaneaI &lnd Hetr
St ,re '.i a an ;rnportant link n this elrl Pa- eral Pra'.tife All i,,ine** promptly
great chaln. attena.de* to) (,ler I-lt door to Ba
o(fC e (A IMayir a )' ioal A


'1 nu.%. W. liIt '114I


Southern Bell Telephone



and Telegraph Company


Efficient Service Reasonable rate.


(CLARK itFIELDING
L.twv..rtra


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"'. '.af ., af A Lc a. ShN Ls&. HIt".


m M--- .AIN. b"AVIUr. .: s


pI.MIU.1


-AL ,- -.


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HARTSFIELD GROCERY CO.


SALE


WESLEI


The Title Question


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TB1 DAILY SUN: GAINE8VILLI, FLORIDA, APRIL 8, 1909


5 m wm
llCRr 'u


bTTMeWOF 08 HMAL WINTER
MsURk U uw i REPORTERS

RR HaM Nqps i Mea WHha 60 Is4
be ft Paopeir"J sod
0"o Neom of me Ci.


ONa "Not Case.
.tr wOrds. Mimer A Vidal.
Too ill meet your friends at Mrs.
Tallavt'a
Barre of freah taratoca chips )ust
arrived. Dwwer & Co.
im-lis-m ema for latching $1 for
IL. C. J. tlame, City.
lme ew ad. f the Bard Hardware
Ct elsewhere la tsr paper.
The KM os s stre Om I headI
qmrtere am~ner velties.
er -e-r sh a ot dry atteris.
Apply to mast m t rMia elephoa Com-

elReoil magtee at Baatist hureh
: A gmet sm seMrviem yt t

L. T M. W meadnime has mme to
amAlvtw a sh t ieeb.e sa A
-ir tip
Ehtolr da, msadM, abb ts sad
for S e ebiln at the aW -
et Cu mere.1
IL T. o Shfer sad wife have game
to Abla where they will pay a
shWt viat to trkads.
I's Demmmy to se Blhe Ribbo va-
SMia aemt as it ne twice as far,
snd theo ver is perfectiw .
J. bIars, prantmN tr an d mech-
Mat of vla was tran tlag i sl-.
t o Galms rvlie Toueday.
N. emtertalamemt at the Electric
T'hatre tmihtL Go ad me the "Roa-
oy Boys" st the Taberacle.
Beat as rtamat of master movelties
ever b6 ght to GaamUvlle. Call and
me tihe. Magnet Cash tore.
J. A Kis tf Oraei HelIhts. a
tmber and tarpmatI maa of that see-
)o wa greatag his freads ia the
dty ydterday.
R. 0. Smal f Hage was a vistaor
to te lty yesterday. He is a promi-
met eIm 0 M d Juioe o the peace
mf thatm td ui L r
J. T. Masa" o Clark. ageat for
th Omet Lea at that post was la
te city yesterday e a ahort bulsiaes
and pleasure trip combaed.I


J. M. Trner of Lake View was
trnsmetlgi busloaes i the city yes-
tOeray. He saes that the farmers
a all busy at present with their
eropas.
I. J. Hamaand of Hawthorn. one
of the extensive busneas men of the
East Md of the county. was transact.
lan bumles inu the city yesterday. He
states that business is good in his
sectio.
The services at Holy Trinity church
today will consist of evening prayer.
with an address at 4 30. and a cele
bratilo of the Holy Communion at
7:30 In commemoration of the Institu.
tion of the Iord's Supper.
Mrs. Sale. mlter il-law of Col it A.
Thrasher. who has b be-n lqlenldiaiK the
past few wetks here Isitletli rehltt(ie.
and friends, departed )es-te-rda) for


her houmi She as delilghted faith
her tiuit and notU-d a gKre.t man i li
i.ro%, mtuuta Iin h.r hIril titow


ODORLESS



Is the one without
the odor. Keeps
things colder -
keeps ice longer.

It is a pleasure to
show them : :



iNI MM E .



Dereys D*light Cef-e.
Note the bour for rehearsals of
"The Union Depot" today elsewhere
nl this lase.
R. N. Owens yesterday made a
ahort business trip to Kanapaha, re-
turning in the afternoon.
No entertainment at the Electric
Theatre tonight. Go and see the "Ron-
ey Boys" at the Tabernacle.
Back to the Church-The Baptist
people are compelled t go back to
the church for tonight's service.
PaLk's Chll Totic is guaranteed to
are chlll, fever, colds and lagrippe.
Price 2M. Sold by L M. Jolasos.
J. D. Siford of Newberry. one of the
popular deputies of Sheriff Ramsey.
was among the visitors to the city
Tuesday.
C. M. Collins of Evinston was among
the visitors to the city yesterday. He
as oee of the extensive truckers of
that section.


Stop and get your child some nice
little Easter novelty at the Magnet
Cash Store and make the child happy
Easter Morning.
Clarence Camp of Ocala. a large
stockholder in the Canmp interest. of
the State,. ass here )eatetrday lookintK
after some business matters.
8 G. Wynne. deputy sheriff of New-
berry, was here Tuetsdavy. ha ingK te,'-I


..TOM ..


Deraey's Delight Coffee.
J. H. Kennard of Waldo was visiting
relatives and friends In the city yes-
terday.
W. J. Crosby, a merchant of Citra.
was looking after some business mat.
ter here yesterday.
Dr. H. L Montgomery and wife of
Micanopy were among the shoppers
visiting the city yesterday.
No entertainment at the Electric
Theatre tonight Go and see the "Ron-
ey Boys" at the Tabernaclo
Call and inspect our line of ladlei'
and misses' shoes. Our prices are
right, as well as quality and style.
Magnet Cash Store.
The Galnesville Furniture Co. ex-
plain how you can secure a $1.04mM ac
cident policy for nothing in a new ad.
in today s Sun Read it.
Meeting Changed --On account of
the entertainment at the Tabernacle
tonight the revival services will go
back to First Itaptist church.
Mrs. L. J. Burkhin. accompanied by
her daughter. .Mis Moselle. left yes-
terday for Worthingion Springs.
where they will saw'nd the next sev-
eral day s.
George Estabrook desires to inform
nls friends that he has again embarked
in the dairy business and would like
to supply all with sweet milk. Phone
178. Gaines\ ille Dairy.
Farmers. mechanics.. railroaders, la-
borers rely on Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts.
burns or bruises at once. Pain can-
not stay where it is used.
G. L. Thompson and wife have gone
to Newberr.. where they s ill remain
for the next few days. The former
goes on business while the latter will
visit friends in that place
A. H Sweeny. tra.elinKg passenger
agent of the Atlantic Coa.t Line with
headquarters in New York City. wa.
here' eterday for a few hoirs. He
departed on the tonoon train for jpoint.i
.,outhl.
All who ha.e pircha-,ed ticke-ts for
The' I an l -ll I pot t he prteo I se,,nte.,
.1 t tiMe elps r.t hlio Apritl 1.'th c(.n


aummnlloned a a Aitlie'uF iln their e, contr 'r ta.ke thtieir t ticks t. M1( siller A& Vidal
feiting caws w*hic'h was heard Ir fore ;id, hai* the -,'.t th,. de,' si. re.
1 S Commissioner ('u.hniman. .- r\d.
Geo L Taylor of 1almlie.r wa. ill j.l- rec','.l. l for t:.,-t r a (e.I'lisll t.'
the city ) .. strday Hi. atet that lili.. f I,, .,.- IT<1 iI lsItI.e
the ij -ach orchard ,ho t uip .a l t it I l. e ;it .ate 4.i hs ,-i." w,' ml tak
lorem'4- t tille. as a \ ,1 I rettl\ % i iti i al ,l .i ,i m I .. .. ] II t I ,,,, i t.. ,


and lthe' tree all ha .% n ah .tl 1il,.li.,t
of fruit upon tIth i
.Mr- A T l1 lai .- of .I. k-<'\ ill.


I 111 % I I& Ic o11 I I.IsIit -,-1.1 als 4 .11 1
IA tils Iis i- te & a t Kl e I N"1 I %%\ l-

tIse,sr it. i .I m 1 .i- r.at


C,,, WO WIs bor s~gj iii. zc'l-~ ;.&ll.
It Tom rmt I I our same aI & Id, r' e a U '.vi tta' 141m.I.
ooe us i" &:~1-. a0 Ie 0, M' '-It ', &I I-i~~'~ir. t:IL ..
AL'ITUAIJ %%' Li.V a
besI) Ur* flor e' 4UA-ih% t t..l
rgdhlaw'r isW Dla. % .rIa.'.f I'dA s l I *.' .t
inb .k beabomb.gUar, L.4' s\ ?..
b~C *' Y~U IbiIsCIea l I' *. '' at. .-~ -' .. ''': e'IA *
bki ea Ies AW1 d,&'g. -'be. r -
u ed-r&a" ebis le hA I .d s .. w. \ H Ii '
ApO r"T eM -te-1,0 1


I.'sl it I il,.IA. 'Io 55:'4Ito t


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The good-will, kindest regards* and l het wish-
e of each oflifcr l! il director of the Bank,
aiind you will alway-v fiti acord liai ie-lclel' in
our lbankilng roolmn.

Make our place hIeaaluarter s-very conve-
nienllc afforded to Ill:ke our place pleanantl
and agreeable to thllos Wlho call to see uz.



THE GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK


The Uni oDept."
MIaa Eliaweth Mellek. who will
have charge of the play entitled "The
I'nlon Depot." failed to reach (Ganesc
\ille yesterday. having nmiwed rail
road connection. hut will arrive In the
city thi morning. anmd the r.'he-arpal-
anllnutlcUiid for W\* d-tl'-day sill Ie-.
held today.
Those who will take part In the
cow-.lKy drill are reqeis.-ted to asnseml
hle at the ol'ra house at lo, o'cock
this morning. anid those ,for the Indian
drill will me'et at the olcra house at
4 this afternoon. rhe children for
the doll drill will meet at the- hom,.
of Mrsn Mc'Croar. at 4 o clchk al-.c
and will h' e.-ortcted th the theatre' I,\
her -ne, are urgc.d tol le- a- lreniit
an possible
In the c-sening at 7.:4) all memnl-rs
of the regular caste are requested to
meet at Mrs McCreary's.


..WANTS..


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PER LINE


ach lase-rtUe bt so adverfs-
meat takes for les tasa m eet& IOib
words make a lie; no fractisal Haes
every word over each six cor ti as
an addltUocal line. CASH In advance
must accompany all orders for laser
Jrms in tiia column.

WANTED- ELP.
WANTED-Messenger after school
Apply W. U. Telegraph office

LOST.
LOST-Hletween Catholic church and
residence of Dr. J. F. McKinstry.
one sRrew .ear ring with pink Italian
coral v.tting. Suitable reward by
leaving with Dr.r McKinstry.


NE 9: ILIBE


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FO- -ALL
FOR BALS.


FOR SALE-Pair of good
wagon. Apply to Jeff
front of Dutton's Bank.


mules and
Simon, In


FOR SALE-Manhattan typewriter nl
first-class condition, table and stool:
$30 cash or terms: a bargain. Ad.
dress Box 385. City.

BARGAINS IN USED PIANOS.
Fine upright "Steinway." used short
time: cost $i*,; In good condition.
Going at $.3,o.
Ie'nt, grade "Esteyv" upright. used
several years but good as ever; cost
. '$55,. Will take $2L...
A good square piano for $75.
Itefore' you buy any piano get my
lprices and save money.
W. L I1I. lL

MEDICAL.
Q'ICK RESTORATIVE for lost man-
hood. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded: .'Oc per bottle.
Sold by W. M Johnson.

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FOR RKNT. I1I
The Bn
FOR RENT-One six-room and two
five-room cottages in South Gaines- eat sho
ville. in front of Coffin Factory; city finest
water. Apply at Coffin Factory. rich n
"purity
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water. goods
electric lights, bath room and all poilbl
modern conveniences. Apply at this
office KE
Phone 165.


AN EASTER ANNOUNCEMENT.

J. Manasse Invites Public to Call and
Inspect New Goods.
\We' ha.ve ju-t r.-ecei'ed a fiine line-
df Kir:-ch iaum .- cloithitgi (un.-i-iti.i (if
S'r '~l. ianinel-.. ua ild or-(ted s iin all
lthe liate t .ldl. i'.- :Ilsl .t le' -. asid wce
' otuld e' lpl riuidci ail gi.e u! a loo)k We A wil
t-ti- r. 'in ti h.it t 0'.- qua|;sli aorkn.;i
-hlii tlit sil~ei 111i, a- :are right Thli-e-
-.1 -!i tee A KI dt hb..ii Ibe ll lu IIl *es l
I I Is t' ibi t i >I ii t i-. c ri
if ii, r' .il' t, eI, .% % o, ta.ke ;lr. .it


ESH EVERT DT!
read. Pie and Cake you
>uld be nutritious. The
flour, mixed with pure
ailk and baked in the
fashion." make our
the most delicious it is
e to produce.


YSTON


IE BAKERY
R. T. Schafer, Prop.


Miss N. Norton


Novelties, Books, Sttioer

Sovenirs, Sbeet Pictrm

ad Plcte Frates ,.....


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PIANO and OASN


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THE DUTTON BANK


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NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT


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First National Bank
EstablIN\'II.sed Over I.Twenty l


Established Over Twenty Years


UNITED STATES OEPMITOT

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Published Twice a Week-Monday and Thursday


VOL. XXVIII NO. 72 UAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THI'RSDAY, APRIL 8, 1909 ONE DOLLAR A YJtAl


LEGISLATORS SPEEDILY


ORGANIZED FOR BUSINESS


IF.L lmMtliS e d LL Fmrb S-k.

ar d l1-8-3 -1 9mmLs *


TAjLLA- AMm April .-After a
dayr hard wark u both sdMes Vre
rtk A. Hudsonot the Thbrteeoth da
trt was elected Presidet of the
Porida Seaste over Joseph H. ReHsph
irte o the Twesty4evemth Meday
might by a vote of to 11.
Seaator Baker of the Twestleth
vwa mae PresdMet pro tem by saeca-
matoe and Charles A. Plntel f Iake
City secretary without oppoetlem.
The ballot tor Pretdecy of the
SelSat as hrd-t t hall day aad tI
the afteroao It as kwa that He-
e had wa.
8iteen mo attleadd a secret eas-
cus of his fores at the LAoe Is the
afterNseo ad a seventeoth had beeo
p1reest at a earlier caucus.
ForC r Governor Napoleon B. Brow-
-rd declined to attend the caucuses.
but put forth every effort for his
fried, Senator Hudson.
The Seaate chamber wa crowded
whbe Charles A. Paley of Lake City.
former secretary. called the caucus
together shortly after o'clock. All
answered to the roll all except Cook
of the Tweoty-fth.
The cases orgaalsed by the elec
tioa of W1ilam W. louraoy of De
Funlak Sprta s as chairman.
The nomlnanon was made by Com
of the Fourteenth and the Senator
was escorted to the chair by Senators
Cam. Massey and McCreary. amid ap-
plause.
Charles A. Plaley of Lake City sad
J. O. Culpepper of Taylor county were
elected secretary and assistant secre-
sary of the camcs, respectively.
Frederick M. Hudson of the Thir-
teeath was placed in nomination by
senator P. C. Massey of the Nine-
teenth. and Senator J. A. Williams of
the Twenty-Brst seconded the nomina-
tion.
Joseph H. Humphries of the Twen
ty-seventh was placed in nomination
h)y W. Hunt Harris of the Twenty-
fourth, and the second was made by
it. H. Ituckman of Duval.
John W Henderson of Tallahassee.
A. Z. Adkins of Starke. and J. H. H.
Milligan were made tellers.
The ballot resulted in a vote of 2o
to 11 for Hudson.
OMcers and attaches were then
*-lected as follows: President pro
tern. Senator D. IIH laker of Orauge.
Howe nominated by Don McMullen
of Tamlp. Secretur. o( t*.. '.: .
('harle A A Fina- A-1 *-


Tomnad


rr4.e i g. ria r- kmaotis 1 a -1 -4 I. a~i llk
.A1. Iceur ouh. ra b ij urt-d Awl mitllih. r,-
art.- bw ii.5t I u d. r th. 411, lii i.- cf Itlo
(" liiid' 4,INra (I- Ic4pt % I(1414 %%.1 d,
cec i t i t. I *I'. A 4.-ri, itdic %% Ih h :- %%6-I,
tircai; hI itI i&.* cml -cf .%I-l, --141-'ii Ii-f
Isliht '1 icd4d ad ,

ItaIIk ,of Alccrde e-Ii

TiaretetesrLa-p e .utlde icteiOl-.I
TbIpis ekiwois W ItI1ac 4 l- L Iiijuril.
ar-e (;ciract. F'rjic lii tvlcvriiali ttlt.r
Atawr Ili ti-oflIht 111i .-PI
Central, amii ij M tr, ia:. iriizK xIi
Wit-bunm &1w railroad riclc4f!'-
The stcrn ahilt. of rhtort duisili ci
a&l it great % lot iti) amid tIAn erlc-P tit
u1ulishIng th.' c. l,4,1 c 41aMe d AU l0ll1
tier uS either buildiLuga lua1c.disI'I)


atter th o LuruC JUka d, i116116 1arftl( i


ary. A. C. Sellars; Bi Secretary,
C. O. Aadrews; Reouwg ere1try.
Mrs. I. B. Temns; Readign g ret ,y.
Nat Marls; Assisast Reading See-
retary, C. P. Smith; b-gressig Se-
reary, L. A. Smith; aollw Sore-
tary, Charles Ausm; Seroeat4t4rms,
F. C. Willimson; Messe-ger. imer
eCreary atf almeevle; Chaplala.
Rev. Sammel Morand; Doorkeper. T.
A. Morge; Jaator, Arthur Kersml;
Page, Jef Davis Beard, Job OsG
brill more Comtas.
The House.
TALLAHAM B. April $.-The
House ceaues was saed to order
Monday evenag at 8:06 o'clock by
Che Clerk Kellm. After station
the purpose of the caues, the chief
clerk called the rol, to which all
members answered present The
cnamber was Illed with spectators
eager to wltnese the proceedings.
The chief clerk announced that the
next budness woald be the election
of temporary chairman of the meet-
fag. sad that nomnations were n
order.
Miller of Lake nominated Hilbr
of Palatha.
Nearly of Lems momia"ted Mal-s of
Monroe.
Wells of Lacs moved that the elec-
tiso of chairman be by ballot.
MacWIIUams moved that three tell-
ers be appointed for the election.
The chief clerk named MacWUil-
la of St. Johas, Cam of Marion aad
Cox of Polk as tellers.
Ballots were prepared and the ele-
tion proceeded. resultUin in Hillbarn's
election by a vote of 37 to 32. His
election was thea made unanimous.
Newton of Orange. Stokes of Es-
cambia and Nelly of Leon then es
corted the chairman to his seat. The
chairman upon taking his seat ex-
pressed his appreciation of the honor
in a most happy manner.
The chair then beard nominations
for secretary of the meeting
Representative Thornton of Volutlia
misunderstood the chairman's re-
marks. and proceeded to nominate
James E. Alexander of Voluila for
S|-.aker.
Half-way through the nominating
speech he was corrected. but by that
tinie everyone bad appreciated the er
ror and the 81waker Joined in the
heart) laughter that ensued.
MacWilliams moved that temporary


%%I Ie i a -tIII f IPrlntA a I A c I fit- am arcih
.tliopi g III I--(S k:440kt (of! th'. c. 1,4)t bL.
glin .%t I. I I ja. it III Is .I lc-, e41ic of ttcciaw
kill*d1.1,41t 10t4 1e11 5.f '(At. to d&Awl fou~r of
tl I Ila1- 1


organization be made permanent; car
r"ed.
The temporary chairman announced
that nominations for Speaker of the
House were In order. Motio by Neally
of Loo that vote for Speaker be made
by call aof eownti was lost by a vote
of 42 to 24. objectlo belag that seh
a method my causw eomaftrtI .
Thorutom of Volula th Iaisted
his speech mnbmatt a Alarar of
VoluN for speaker.
CoWM.. of Nsami alm- d Farrit
of Duval CeI, easlm d elherate.
his masmlmatsg epee proved a mat
sl- wd I retilei @WrL To hIm
is posldb moe credit t fr the
.omi.natem hParris hanm aysme
else. Heb fo ht vaaatly lw Parri
ftr the etaet.
Stnkes o.b ha seesaded Par-
rW s mlmation.
Data of Madisoa pI~sed t a iuia
tim Roberes of Sawmase. There
beta o other aemr as- Messrs.
Carter mad MaeWlUlaas having pre-
bssly withdraw from te nrae, the
cair samn ed that the am-e
would proeed with the ballot g for
momimatiom of Speaker.
The vote resulted as f1llov: PFa
rtl. S votes; Alenader. 13 amd Rob
erson. 1I.
The apple whieb followed the
anouneement of the witer wasu a-
astted.
Upon motion of Wells O Leo the
omlnation was made lmalmmams.
J. 0. Kelluam was ualmously
omimated for blet delrk.
Charts Q. Rivers of Colari vwas
defeated by J. C. Mares for m tmas-
tke of asslitaat chie l ete.
Oorge B. rDkam of Orang was
Somnated for bill clerk.
Nat R. Walker raseved tihe s i-
at&o tfor reading eark by asslaa
tin.
Morris Michelea was over ww. 3
James. far assitant rediesl eerk.
Other mometlons folew: R. A.
Gray. reordlag clerk: Viotor Lawel-
IWa, measeaer; George Hawkins,
ser saat4t-ar4m; J. W. Allen. door
keeper; Rev. J. R. Taylor. hasplan.

THE GOVERINOW* MlSAeL

TALLAHASSIE. April .-The meee-
age of Gov. Albert W. Glichrtet to
the Legislature was sent to both
houses today. It is a leagtby doeu-
ment and covers may important mat-
ters It shows the condition of the
State to be good as to population.
health, and general progress.
Recemmendstleae.
It in recommended that the pure
food law be amended so that the
sheriff. deputy or any constable shall
have authority to draw samples and
send such samples. at the expense of
the State. to the State Chemist. This
would be especially beneficial in de-
termlning promptly the difference be
tween "soft" drinks and Intoxicaing
drinks.
That the Railroad Commission laws
.Lould b tra.ingthenued as needed.
and that there- iL no reason why tele-
grajph conamilAvls should not be placed
utId,-r the ( oIwratadon of the commii-

Th|ut a thirou(ug re-h alon of the 11i


4 4 Ipcbt*lea tib- U131c4.
T'hIAt Oicw lice-I I


of the exlre, s


b-4 t.- like thlat of Insurance-
itr'Jli.mlIe.%, asuch a leer cent on tbc-ir

I t L. t the # -% --ci I 1u 4 -4 0 Sd
I rij1.at) 4.1-t ticimi t I wiw.-ri-d
ThatLt fie rlmzsilaailass s Piejild lot.


tIcrt- Uiclilfcciid A111111 4-4 thrcuhh-ri
Iii,- $lite- Slid thlcL tlid hAr-d. -


Damage at Marion, Ill. 1.11n, .iimilir to that u.-ed II nl thLr
Il \lilt \ Ill April 7 i.ti i.-r.-ouil% .aSt.t an r.gardi couloitl li Kl ,t
S 1 t itaitt .tnlid c, i-iil, ra Ijlt irl,-rort) ,i, w lIe ,.t it .il i. Florilia
wA .k i a ii. iK'd a t(irikado tbl n i 'LI t.ti it r ,I l1t.. 'K' lax I b r.l-|ut ,0d
t ltru k ltI eh ) anl d % It lll t) )' ate-ldlay t I, 3 c i* m. p1. rI A tl If ttloUKllt adrI.#
'"l i.- t-,'rtism anid m anI,rere-d-l audd f, Illousd by tax ir ad. L-ablek
l.. avy rain'- The inoeitary luca I. Tlhat the blcrtage in the pe'aloun
1 ','si 'i The Mallou H at aUid Trust fuiod can onil) be tilet by culling doua
li.sk a thUl t.r of offices wrre part .1.i- l*ili"r but hlcould not appIly to
\, lla-in duon Tthe African Metbho tliho.* ap.o are t.**-dy and Inflrm
di. t (tl.arh was also w reeked. At Thl-.t c*ach ('ouiit> shouldd har (the-
i'tt-t.urK the M.-Ithodi lt church %an ilrlil>l.K- of il.ilorg such tale. an ua>)
llout do, l tw. d,'-,o d L bi t for good roads
SThat toun and city charters be
Mea "Wa t" 6A4. brtg r 4 uta. u.dd b) tthe couuclls of thv I a


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T?~AAt AWE ?.-ifeesmhe offtso sng s S d4
cikhii rowdI s Nd I a 104PM @NOW Uft has II u qp W 4
poe mob waghag a at Sb soesu of 1bM -iseft60 4~ a ft Ml
the Idbtue Inbe 1"a a es awrum b e S m
Sst u-wi -- 're --b tNn, ha wuin1w ras g 1Ina 4
the fat that at alar and------ --- W0~
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At themIami emma Mea&v 0t 41 41110 OW
M r to b fT 1 a ser a m ss F a 11d lli t 1 -0 1
risfo Staes vetad me USaUrN Sad iVin6"bm eso b
Is SOad that he em01118 rM& beam. Swat o n
hie Mom C. LIW451. e"rnsedbUnmVOW & 1K 01-
-eulmto the pmb N mar tms oft % fs 1110
1wr Spesker mpte ma N Otspsind. ha She u -Aft
The pr kaltlmlat o ear q wEa nwNm.
rigtw ahead padst tes er b. As a- Is 4 ha e
tim I einder to WNeOns ebve sIa Lw INN& 440%
Compalso n -peahsefl. fI -4 *w*
The mN hWave Sdom I. arsam" SO ft aglow
r. u. Huessen at asth. T'a~ s I m is' b s

triet. oW of t"sonaft sed Wil 49 sa I) 'w
a sposher pre b 1 of no olives obw fts a 06110"M
bell*ewe dhey wi be ~at as 6hme(Sofso e
vamine. leeldsI@ads
Isad tor habrifag mhCI St heeW
meat of edlboinfmposon sorL hin

u of tbe ata" W11 1have tobe.NIP
welked Mrst. ft is prepsed t fha ai. med dW* o
du. rreslot a bot e IN bo bo mw"6 W del *
eLw a r aed Walm a L urOpd
In eider hato ,10W th eopsple, at Sm so"
tate ha tvowe uS Sm d ouL Pat m 11 P
Will require tse~mwtb of60SmLeiobb hMir de1b Us he vp
late, to Pon a a bftl saul m dinod. mmues heam m an
amts. and a majority Sm thepeople ha o So IS
decide whtu r mo t thoe iM hMbe
probibitles. Aa" "a SLto assawas
The prohlbmeremIBMs claim Su


rtos townas elti, M- Im to
e submitted to the qualAe 'eW--l
as a referldum.
That an eoetlve law I. resrd to
lobbying be easeted to prevset eor
rapt practices oaeerala. er Ia eppe
sitlon to. or is suppo f. ws er
pending legislatit. or i oeoppaeltl
to. or to support of claims agate the
State. and providWM peoaItles or vi
h tlon of sch law.
That the annlversary of the birth
(* Abraham Laeola be made a legal
holiday.
That the law be amended so as
to permit railroads to tender trugapor-
tatkto in exchange for space In sews-
papers. when said transportatIo s
for use of those conected with the
business or their families.
The document does not aontals
any recommendations regarding the
liquor law*
Mayer'a Cort.


There cre two cae before Mayor
)avin yesterday morning but Il both
iuntance the bods were forfeited of
(, each These were wherein two
Ih-xreJ(-h bLecame inoled in a diffi
e.t.lt lin teI nortlherr lIart of the city.


ba JO eathe eea e h aI-asms

d Ia a4 v UU M m Me I

tshe reumaild -eer e m MMhamd
ow a Isaim bdM o mM
hBearod tere* ma ade S bhe
average te eaire et es -b sm
examislog bsaii.
The io a rea Aa oe -isd
lees p" mdad her gammu
Ori wloo ibremfa s ha Gmo
She is a alem to Clat & IL. V
gra 4a" beyelvrdyho he da~
Kim lai sad l ittle asphW. m
to Jaekaevills to maeet ad
my er brm JaIsdmvle hee.
S ke City gea the seat meetiod
of the lorlda PreI A4-ssos---.

The Clerwater drl ma ha
ru.-al fr, delivery.


TAMP'A. April 7 Halriey I. uow-
Il., furiuerrlt of Jacksouvlle, but for
the Iast fe w >',ar. r.aiding ius this
Sity I tollrlnith d runi id*' Iy hbtitiuag
lislus~ It at t(he home of his sister,
MrP It K ItHchard.ui iin lde Park.
abtoutl l orluck > )aterday mornuin
Mr FIowler had tobr fur a log i Ume
theb uadrtiUag( manager fur the
RhAd,. Pearce Furniture Company of
this e.tyl, latt%.rl) u.cuJ) lug thyv saue


position with the Tamps Hardware
(ompany. resigning the latter am so.
count of falling health sm- atho
ago.
He had sibace tsm be a ert m na
nervous breakdowa of the aspatae re-
sulUo In laciplet malahMa. He
came from Jacksowavlle several year
ago. in which city be was Imerly
with the i. D. Hubbard Commpa and
afterward with RhodeWatWh-ull
JPaltur Commarsy. O a, j


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go be 9SMe Is so d a Irso be usbe
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we bd blWsSO of h b
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one* ~ wn, sw M W 0AVATNU OUP.ETaft

IL-wlwI heU be a Uer COMMO*This Pert of

San baeSo AMsedg sy- The .xes"Mv wrk LW the mew
*a m e Gd otk w ovwsmet* b.ui~tsg asbers com-
muw se pki tol dM Id -i now awa an g the at
adloom w riVal ef r aseuactors to Proceed
Ass Oa 09t othrante o*us tuct.
Do w% &b dtlvw ave al&o ecOrDO
tt s rock to
*a 0 006 o oS f am"oritbeusd aed "w commence getting
M I h Soe sbws oan tUw w interim a as". M, I lact, they
a -L 0a maWh wSnd"mt have alredy be prepewrstm of


ftwsis"No I w lvf" Rowd
For saftnuo smo offaslg the reck ham gh here, Mwhr It
__ will he erabed.
- Mu. Elm. predILmI o the King
WUS -lame ~- pem, woL ar the -6
Soma So metal hIdrs Is eipetd is the alty
I -- .L Sh etpl o ntwe


W a*m mb Tr wmo D 41
-n-Me -ites o the b
4w. weaftis by inlau m "


asl-r Ot is e d tar b& as
Iw a is m .- have a
@me d ~e- e Ahn 7il-
T m7 Pt for s wtl-
it e it is -u t else. dlef-
meis as reseid, l mi theo i
oms =- be ttah mes o m this
on" -etomm es aI* mal emm.
&at w e -re shwe Ivr;
me ss ed at ofo ar oe ued tby
ml m woo i sb t hma mbut sa i-
sA" semi- ta he mm


r my es atof deaf tms (emased by
eah) that onat be cured by
-*---1 --- 'r

*we O rh CW*. Ised hf' orcl
meml rabel,
P. J. C WDT CO.. Toledo O.
by p for c sti-


Do oa e Mrs. ,Carter.
News was received In this city Sun-
day d tw hed death of Mrs. CR. Car-
a, wh died at her home at Citra
er a short Oasoss.
Me was a sIster of H. M. and C. C


bkgya&ad Mrs. j. r. Hillor this city
ml was wetnll-now In GainesvllIe.
Wish he ben MnSumerous Oc-

LEFtdsy Ashwas reported in a
6 m iame emaftion &d Conductlir Car-
Us Vale mad returned to ber bedvide
I ws er to be wlt her during chr

T, h tumoalservLices were acld at

W; ME& 00 A 1WM& 1041b

Md ftell"S. ,People paat niddie lf. e ua~"% ham%
0AW 3W. all 1mSd. W& s ome kidney or bladder a:iv,4!W.r tha'
lawtape the %*tality. U hich is u1? afts.Al I
kTmer i old age Yulo's id'.'
t In.~l~ PUMAZ M INS ruaedy roreOvcts uriuar) troubleat iii.t
@MAA SAW-NIIlA Md F 1 ulats the- idut.)ss aid r.'i. I
Na .d Ainw str*Wgb ad %l gor it curst a tit i, I.!
W W rhi trouble b) sirvtstubrnisig Ctit#L, lke.
o they sill train out Mhe ui .c.ia
that settlsN In the. rutisvits Iand )tainta.

ELI ul Tcausing rh.-auiaUo J W Mi~ullu,
Isn't thrit imjetbinig %bit baula a
ault ad CALS du fur )uu tUdd)I


was artr maW wI s WO m em M e

W. A. MeNally wll hav elarWg o
th eoemerato werk. havis been the
msse Id bidder M his elms of the


A ,t SOW Ia n sIerNs
WeM have many eomt-esats; but
s Mke to ma that theo bslthimet
bry wU win the prim No baby
ma ke heaIhy who mses fro
woarm, aid most bals do unless
they a e ept free ftr them with
White's Cream Vermtiage. Acts
queidrkly, yre ly--A Its own pur0
Uive. Moters. don't attempt to rais
chldrea without White' Cream
Vermitle. Price 25 cents. old by
W. M. Jobhoa.

In Sersh ef Hor Father.
Mrs. Rila McCrocklln of Pimento.
lad., Is among the visitors to the city.
She Is also In search of her father.
Geo. W. Browne. who left bome sev-
eral years ago and who. If still liv-
ing. It now in his 77th year. Anyone
who ha me hsim, or knows an thing
concernala his wbereabouts, will
plLese communicate with the above
party.

Silent Authrities Say
That outdoor exercise Is needed by
the American people. That's all very
sell. but how can people with rheumaa-
tism follow that advice? The answer
Is very simple use Uallard's n ow
ulniment and thr rheumatism will go.
l-alinl )you asi ry as a colt lves
quick and perIuaurut relief from
rhburut atimn. uuralgia. lamo back
Sold Lb \%' I JAlohnMIou

NOTICE!
To All Whom It I)a Concrruo: No-
LUce It bherb) stauO that slxt) days af
ctr thiA d.it t ther Il b a bill ll tro-
duc-d .t lthe lI 5 a0 rluoll of tih. Flor
Ida l.eiialature fur a aIn-cuil l. ftor
Aliachu (ouist) to irothiit lhl ht erI,
Ing i U uniliIg or killii f of quall for
thret !* d laa out of eAtIch Lark dur
lug the ouplu awu

V.'uruetr ui I.,rt.l rl) oi lr Tihuima,' EltItrl
Oil TIake the sting out of tutl
burati or brui.a at outl I' tu cal
tiut tta* vaLtlv it 1s usad


A Preeal PFarmer.
Joh Carter of Fairleld was In the
city yesterday. He Is one of tbose
who "struck it right the present sea-
roa. as be had some cabbage and has
sn abundance of melons and 'loper
which sill e among the earliest ship-
ped from that section. His beaas are
very promising and with good m-
sea he will be one of the most ex-
tersive shippers of the season. Mr.
Carter wa formerly engaged l rall-
roeding and by his clever knck he
has shows hi lf to be a Iood turm-
or as well.


Pine Ore". Plate Ic.
JItDON. April C.-PLte Grove Sun-
day school will have a picnic on
May Cth. Everybody are Invited to
attad and to bring well-Alled baskets.
It will be held at Pine Grove church.
aear Jusdo. MRS M. 8 W1LLU Y.
Chairman of Comalttee.

If you have bakache and urtiary
troubles you should take oley' Kd-
sey aRmedy strength ad bum4
up the kidneys a they wil a a
erty. a a sorlo kidme trWble may
develop J. W. Mcconlm & Co.


..VI3UVE TO 0 TETEAUm


The good-will, kindest regrds and best wish-
es of each offer and director of the Bank,
and you will always find a cordial welcome in
our banking rooms.

Make our place headquarters-every conve-
nience afforded to make our place pleasant
and agreeable to thoee who call to see us.


THE


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Our IrZwee

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THIB AINMILL SUN:: APIIL m8 t190
A-a


IAT WNME-AT SI

AT TAKhN E SEAT

PEOPLE DGEPLY INTERESTED IN
THE BAPTIST REVIVAL.

oSrvles Are to Me Continued, the
Taberate king Used in *
the Evening.

omr Tuesday' Dally amn:
There was a good attendance at all
thurcbesb n Gainesville Sunday, but
the conregatlone at the First Rap
tit iL the morning and at the Tab-
orsece la the afternoon and evening
were exceedingly large. The serviess
at the Taberaele were In coanectio
it the revival which was laugurat.
ed at the Baptist church the rst of
lst week and th ieereasil number
ef atitnd-at at aImest every service
demostru that te people are tak.
aS a deep laterest the work ot
Pastor Ro~ rs sad base whoim e has
associated with him. Tse Taberasele
was md a sunday afternoon and nght
*wlan to te greater seatingcapacity
t tis building, and it was almost
5l1d4 to standing room at both Sam-
day -ness.
The serious of Rev. Mr. Martin are
laterewta the people ahre. who roea
lMe te ood tiat is certain to a.-
aem to the dcty n a spirttual way as
a result at the meetings.
The song service l aIlo very much
appTecated, and Mr. and Mrs. co
aM have made a maltitade of friends
here. The solos by botL of tee
workers are indeed Inpiring.
The services wlU eoatle throw
out this week. the church begin s ed
Ia the afteroou ad the Taberacle
at nlght.
The public Is moat ordlay In&
vlted.

Ftley's Homey and Tar Is a afe-
guard against serious results from
spring eos, which Iflaome the hangs
and develop Into peumoals. Avoid
counterfelts by ilasiatlg upon havia
the aulneb Folly's Honey and Tar,
which contains o alurmfl drugs J.
W. McCollu & Co.


Capt J. 8. Jolly ad wife of Jack-
sovlle have been in the city for the
past couple of days on bausiess.
They came for the purpose of dispne
Ing of their home had have so th
same to Capt. H. O. McArthur, super
iateodent of the Atlantic Coast L e.

ITO0 CURES CATAIm


Hyomel Is nature's remedy It is
naliorised air. produced from the
llaighty eucall ptus trees of Inland
Auwiralia
You breathe I ln tI. a.i:: ,'
larough a lhard ru~ '
inll I tl. lh \ t> I i: .1

talurh a tliima '. Ir' Ithr tl. broi-
hatii. r cr i, o r ijimna'v back A
aw slii ot'l' i6. tit a' cnoI l $1 Cio



MI-Ot-IA

COres Dyspepsla.
Yo Iomfybackioidola Civosm-

ach. daomach dsbe"&" a "d ut hcadadrc.
50 ceMa ba ,I bo a
J. W. McCOLLUM & CO'S.


WORTH



MOUNTAINS



OF (iOLD

Dwri Chlge Cofle,
says Mrs. Chm Baclsy
Orfl itevll. Vt I was
through theCanofr ite mad red.
fI^ from n.rvoun es
another annoig


v-- --to.Oa s o-w

Iew n I-M tas I aimey
teuble -be I you ma
tWis ttter."-Mm. CNA FL LAT,
IL.tD. Grettvfir Vt.
No, II mS masim r woman's lrb

Lwe kw s f bwch S ws-e aee ru
Oetf feas t Semo Lks OMe eti L
PlhamtuMs V eabl t ft e
For mt e themasi ears Iha a be&as
cun--g daler Coi laa sh W oy
Mr, tf i th eora Iatreal J
ate oNtus lFot6 kl Ittllot
undequlled for tirry won e 8My
through the pern aa.of M
It eaot bt Mlto tOotry sy .
Plnlhams Vt abl Cos e o nt
u Ms Blarelaeay lt Io worth a -
ioud of NoU 0 thivu wiloA

I Nthcae anM o r



MCLO UNDER 41,11 SAIL POR
APPeARANCE AT NEXT TiERM

One ofE DehMdst Let OW With'
Small Ba0d4 Whki" Will S



Pron Wrdeuam Ially amr:
In the prelinltary heortag before
Cop)i Issioer CIshmas Wedesdayr
afternoon at the court bes tree of
the defendants wer beM Mlder the
charge of counterfelting and placed
uoder ball for their appearance at the
next term of court, wilch convenes
here la May.
The charge against Jesse Knight=.
was sustaloed according to the evi-
dence and be will be required to give
a $1.500j bond or remain la jail until
May. His brother, Simeon, was also
held in the same amount.
Joe Huode was let off with a small
bond of $920 and this will probably
be given within the next few days.
In the charge agalnbt IMaon War-
reO. the evidence was lisulficient in
the Commissioner' opinion to hold
ihe man. and be was discharged
The next session of L' 8 court will
on\ene In MIay, about the time that
the regular spring term of circuit
court Ill be In session.
DIistrict Attorney Cubberly wrai here
to look after the interests of the
(oiTriin

One-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At Ik-ait is shat a young baby ought
t(i, Mijil ill vistght. lkes )ourp- If
i,tt ihe-vre a 'm :.ona. hix u roag itih It.,
,h .. -Ii,# Aitpli C I%* at I M V( e-.4'" h I A 1
K r Ctirea stonuaa.-b azad bwA -i

tii ,% xgeicic ter toe4 e ti~,g blm~ae'i. l't If-#-
.".c Sid .'01c t4ild lo W MlJohi.sua

Notice of Intention to Apply for Spe-
cial LesIjation.
N 'a.o 1% I a h' ret)l gi a lith t at the
r. llar of the' o i'. l'alj oe itf
i., o.S, ', I Fhlrasl 4wa i st 'at
iala-- .II. .j ifll A Ii I 'e al.' llleti.A
a % 'a. al I niude for a'pa' aae I. a ia
a auaa fear tel C'I, a le. c eX4.aee'rr)
Alai 1144ioe&e.ualt I ) I o mrJAd, gh ual I t a
r-pt-ciAl 4 hiartt r jarui adaaag llfor it a 5ov.
a .iist ast Aasd pr, -t I at ati g at a ) radaeia-
lii. ad l,jsermtthere uadt'r

t ;t a. rAil' d" lalitjkItI -ofI ) "&I'mii
hIA4 bat lk h'. l(J44Ih. iclacked AILA1tta.14a
%ss tho eraa cut slid All1 nasalu Ialutr-
dtxk I mitl si M-Itaaised.'Use ae wllt1
U Uu&II -lire CLam klit I tu). lXuow
ulp CeDLI4


CAMuE WS

HLMT I SrDITD

PIRe WAS TOO PAR ADVANCaD
WHEN DISCOVERED.

Leei Will Eaily Reach Im10m Wit
No Inearsaee--Te Ae Rbelift
StOnes.

The Campville Brick Company's
plant. located at Caampvlle. was total-
ly destroyed by Are Monday morlnng.
the loss beinl estimated at about
$10.000. with no Insurance.
The principal stock ht this coneera
was owned by J. A. Maultaby and i
is undortood that be wleet
rer ad more todato pant to
take care of his beteass. Mr. Maals
by states that h hop to b r y t
begin operatoam withM te mat Ixty
days. as he has a arge mb r of
bi i eoatracted for weh e doesi

The plant destroyed was oe of th
largest sad miest SOmplet in th
ate. but a large part of the m le-
ery was old and caly parts of It had
been r -elpaha
Wih the ordr or the ew plant.
which has already been played, every-
thiang wllm hof th ery latet do
sa aad the capacity of the plant w
be iLressed to imeet ti merensed
demands ofs the bueaes.
Mr. Maultay e pect to be ru i
on fall time witha ti l ext sixty
days and a large force of me will be
put to work elearl away the debris
and Pking ready for the placi of
te new mochlieryl p its arrival.
The origint of the are is a mystery.
No one knew of the re utal nearly
th entire plant had been aona-me
but it is supposed to have caught ro
one of the many kla that were
buralang a process the brik have to
undergo before betag ready for de
livery.

A Karse~l
Is a man who caot seeo ood In ay
person or thina. It's a hait eased
by a disordered liver. f you lod that
you ae bea altg to ae thingA
through blue speckles treat yewr v-
ir to a good cl ean t pIeas with
Ballard's Herhbie. A sur ere or'
41 pS11101. 47p009 8 --116
blouses, anl ver, Stamsmah and
bewel troubles. Sold by W. MJo
-".

Very Imprese
Noureae Ull-he is at times an aglo
iux persona tlad ue of theee exotle
rhe other day-he was a romnmmter-
Jst as the trals was movlW g trunm th
itatloa:
"Mr--Joh."
-'essirr! answered the valet.
"I-I think after al I wolid IMk the
asparagus served as an etree to-
night."
And the train moved off amid ot-
ered laughter-New York Times.


Mr. P.
writes:
tbneflied
laxative.
remedy
trouble."
best for


"W. Mt. JOQl DO


I


Quaker Olkt |j

'
8 in tins is dthe bt ood

can buy. It keeps fresh swe i

and free from impuritie, o

matterhow long you keepitor

how hot the weather is.

b It's the greatest strength

maker and costs the least

. money. *



the ot chiM. Ar i



QTOhs Quab.CQICAOda


G. Pritta, Oneonta. N. Y.,
"My little girl was greatly
by taking oley's Orlno
and I think it is the bst
for constipatlon and liver
Foley's Orino Laxative Is
women and children, as It


is mild, pleasant and elective, anJ as
a splendid lrpring medicine, as :t
cleanses the system and clear the
complexion J W M~c'ollum & Co.

Attention, Stonewall CampI
You are reques*ted to meet at the
court house. Saturday. April loth, at
0l o'clock in the morning. ly) order
11iHATI() lIAVIS. Commander
JN( ( Mcl(;KEW Adjt.

luring the sprlir.g c( ryone would
I. tw .1 fnitcd by takilig Fole.y' Kidiey
It ellidy. It furaln 4ra. a needte tunic
t!j the kid-ys ult.r the extra truln
iof sit. r, ,. J it iuurlfle- the blood to
-*-' i-nlil.at the iti rp, tiritl,.i frum It
P' lf, ajid %ior''r Il'li .4.iit to take.L J
\\'. lMcullull A Co
-
Enough Sa:d.

iTher a l'r- IJ l'L, : llf
I i .ir t a ia tm I. it is glr su iie le
to rfull r nLttaiu

IIEI 4KMIEOF FU WUIM
Ifu i& teL%@ gl4a to t labat 'riraatt
der U KidL t iruat l'r arb e1t.1 a a j-0 W &.
I leafast Lrl, rfti rft ret im ,w asa I t" )r Motl
gri*d' Ai'ITKlIJAN L.AV. liahaste
Ie.lisot rediiutW a bd reJe- d be*s.ae
W'eaiewume tIaRiJi'"e llDAbUMeJI lsad u1-
oerauiLe Moithar brUfa Aisiralea-leaIf
ad4 b dr.jadai G ai& r Ui U rralet,
bUiw;r siat vIlk. Atidir. TMh Mltr
ucsj Cia44)u L4 Mig. )Asa VbwL


EW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT


I -I IANKIN; IIOUlt)S-9 A. M. to 3 P. M.-



THE SUN "WANT" ADS. BRING IULTS


SUllid of 4(le Iuollar and upward will.lb
received oil del0sit in this department.
I itert-t at the nrtt of 4 per ct. per annum.


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Wer e aois thei cary t dl.-



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tol p eMW-tl 111wil do aui-h to Ire
at tW hr eadl wrk no
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fas 'tac swr in ta h ae sidaroom.
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WS plos etb s %IIdo cuubch to pre
VMS tIrom 6"41y surk


a ft ealeas be a h rao tow
La- r MW-tag ai-aG r. I t pleaded
m a abe be MaOORa at Oa N
aI o he- I s ta tme bo e m
aA t a a hai s oMf a
soa aid as po We hd bem as
oe -ed _- ar-

ab omamt4 ao a a of r do

a aaier whose drieh meti

ah A. porda eat for *ea a
/oll the Pon& so o boa-e
d amA abded rame emi with
gfae- to aA t m m othr t. o aper
orae ly lir ise em r rhe
# I=*. hb taurtes about his
aag -asAand ploamtib s were o ad
a ke ba s sa derso merely lave st
ed as as ems er W hi rth les
@law~ t Ir the ase of his he.
We are pased tom s that the cra-
ads tIs ttabes p by the prem of the
Slae, w ob is elamelag for seem
thing to be se for the protect
sad preservate of this amiable and
vahahIe asuritm. OeC of ca
tmpaes propose a game Ulimitdr-
Ioeac year. t thiIs Is budquta.
Whet is anoed is a sCloed meson cm
the game far a prtd of at least te
ears, which. If eaforeed. would anals
ppl- the streams ad poeds.
Add to this a striaget prohibition of
the tralle alligator hides and their
beiag traasprted by common car-
rersd That is the only way of pre-
serving the spec.es. mad aaytblagl es
Is mere dalisame-Tampa Times..

Thorough mad latelligent Insvetiga-
ti late the 9 coadlUon of wuorkihsen
Ia New York City. Hufalo. ittaburs


mad other large cites
a ows that the working


ecnlusliel)
elas.-Iwo lii


those centers do not rece-ie sag*,-r
large enough to enable thema to live- lu
e ofort. Economic cotuditilna are
wrong which permit f tiu nu to
mass fabulous fortune. a lii th* ir
employee wurk for f ulriwrabl) iin-f
Sciest wages

The annual nviiit'nia g ofe Ih (',>il
('Comumisltluslier ad uk inl ItI l(.i A-.'
clati u of Vtl lidaa sill ilel tiA I, I I'
lathL on Tue.day Ai'il .;th Hilt.
and count) o1sl Ial Ilio.f(r l' of i'r
and offic ri of iu iiiii.rii.1l arlir il
tiral industrial traiai|Hitdlioii de
telopu euat., c I'tt iniprlc,, iiit ai.d ill
gIAd road* adiucatr of thr iltalt arc-
marnmeti) requested to Lt. Ire t. at

sa "W at" ads. rt really


Not aDmp of Alcohol

a wa w? A =Mein I d go_
of l k roWb--an
A mo-kow *a shi wadkm

i IY to Nd A mdt #~trr
rag;-Ywmm .*dod w a bstLI~ a

Mclw d A ft. =m =


U me elAO eto to I
TAL&Aa Am is.. A -The



M or am o w for uor as Al
Iae pea M 4 lA tmNi. Ta-e
Oawe sto MW-r tsA NM peapes Mr1
tUIMB at ao a of e Ato
am Mes W as ea ha wabs a paW-


@me" e Gowoor moe for I
te imte II a f See ao amber i
dao G mer omel am i and W.
ea. Wal to eart la s One .
SomowrMkass or AP.oold o af



oe iN adfaa teas to -dat i

sIo be srele d ts ba ta noe was -
mAb sM. -eowd -so bsadotlw
ble woo ,b uai is dto erbd to o o
fi thei msL TIS hrell a @ eo -
ator A Rd sspeha estr of
ith smase wn as ebt b herbsud l

sd Iaa an asotlhdho Mtem v
tory. Se bant thei Cose. isoever.
fAr hoverm Ollhrit sever id is
veke o raised I ebad tfr or a alst
other Hudsm or Huapbries. He Is
kasle his p e to the people o
to theddl in the aluen of the l e-
ltnre bay d. attags sch matters a
the ekerm co et prding olrttees. a
there i n o doubt but that as many
of t or dsrad 's upport)rs voted for
d ustor Had as for Bnato Humph- i
ries. Hadi Germor Gilto the pseen lt
to do so ble eo hai vo the st ome
powerfal lemItnee to bear In favor of


kemiy din7a A. b-~ieL
00d m wmmower j
mop esat Tunday WO 9m
sm-,md 1mose re d to me,
Alhm sod oA. man
M sul-b am a01 toi a* 36 o
C -
huS c"I omoe b sm 414dso
an se Elm O. a w. so A. I
md 1 Smmo A. 2 0 TWOW
t 1Wkem a om me E a INM=meI



ftnaw. e pammeot pm of a*
to s of o %ma

at- A1
__ WONhe amsmmad "day. OWW



0 11,1 --- Il" II
INNO141110of tA. no=&.
dA. smupIsd not 6myso he am-
mad by splabor VWris hr,

TmU*. bisd a of a a vui
kehumsomused..,sadA. membesof
betbheml bm -m Imrnedw A.he idea
tat Ibey aftto l-8aseeto pow
dwev sit, and aft crat"r.mawd
theew* WO demb hi e lees playing
to the galle sthusw.uld. The.pold
reeds advecatims am .abidy "t verb
sad seeb ccrsdent that9~sgm o
wag in i.'j, c'rectima can be se-
eempll. .. Auioteer zeriouse anJ
M* -- f-. L & fn ho m Aab U.. a


I


WAS HT -
ll/l/IrIn l
!!fil tillrrr


L


aamemu On APRIL 4T" Wma
LAM'ft A -v I I Id t aD
N .AALY AYT3D NV

Se,. Prab 4mU*' Dostvrud Pie.
r S


LACROWK. April T.-O- afey.
Aprl 4. the ga6n0 seu. f lte la-
Cre Setpki rhe Ielbrmed Its
twetO lth Mrtday.
a the mnte Re. Frash -
wam o. etThe Plmrw bptia Wit-
ams pr hed aa the Adv l tages

aer m mrl. s iW es everhody
wu oa"Ind to Nmn to h fbetate-





Mr at be IerY te I *a A day
p bu uiIn" wyeW Ote myar
er ba dans pOsN dse
lrV. Mr. mwt prn to t he
evastOR The M aTa hat Tried to
eamout meomaim ma" i


wMo ws malem to l by a appre.-

m Pearo ( Oc who hs lterm quit
Sick with tyh. Is rapidly eer-
t&er lendss wI beal tosr
r. H. C to er o boIe aftsor

erty Caeter. Oibol torered to their
hoe Moday after a very pleassat
wsit to the sster of the matter, Mrs.
L Ostees. While her, they made
mawy iends
Mrs. H. C. Parker Is b oe after a
three-weeks' visit to her daughter.


rapport it of Senatorl distrits'Mrs. C. C. Parker o I Ake City.
apporuo.n,. 1,t of Senatorial districts
and Ho m'nr ,rbip of the coun- I Porter Parker and C. V. 8ion of
ti av r ork dir--ted by t consUtu Columbia College. at Lake City. re-
tUo to + irf''tni but shirhb ha. 'turned to their studies Monday. after
wretoforte faiw d of acomplibhmant two days spent pleasantly with friends
oand relates.
oilng to the wide diversity of oin nd re
I n and tL- Intler-.t. irl(vied Coa- T. B. Parker of Plant City is on a
ty division also procnm to aet a viit to his father. H. C. Parker. He
ore or s im rtant fre a has been quite sick and friends
mom or lepss i laortsat faire ad blUs
for the creation of several new cons- thoW th the change would be bene
ties are to be introldaed early in the idal to him.


Hampinries. &adm s ocedoubts what
S n w av e dme ad he session. The electtio of Senator Had- Willie Joiner of the U. 8. N.. Cln-
sm I aL e do" Te de- s. a prouane coauty divisitoist. too. 8C. is home on a fartough to
S H. am. isTe l" p as President o the Seate. might be the light of his family, trleads and
amn ti s i ao victory n is la aimed as t a measure a vctolr for others.
an 060C0d 010ofSmo I. rr or Duv~a lthe advocates of dvisIton. though the Mr Wll, other of Mrs. D. D.
a electia of i Lt arrs of val t e m was et very larly d Weeks, returned to her howe at
a wmey stg victory Atr as ardt ease ri the short pelinelaary Stke today.
tter a to heI campasa is TAliham which res- J.. D la h. the awll man. is
to t oe r Aaer a ed to is terY o ever Seator Haiph- w s anill to Ward City. where
s s his aw i ris t- the er is hkown to ebe has been able to get quite a tract
a. who as m hs wa y am rlo opposed to oaty divisto t thi tibr.
hr tr pl c a ch ergy. He drd ta.g of th tate. deveopmeat farmers comig to towa report
ar thir placc ad aergy. He arc' roPs to me aoudlton aad all are
he was a wiser bre the start. a Oy PA over prospect of better price
bhs campaign was amirably malaget POIN o PARARAPH. fr cotton i the fal.
by Col. Crtau rersetat r i s veT sll Mrs. Oertrude rDavs and three little
Ka^i In tfer PWrigs Is the I mot~r4ru are still adminIs-
oay us aut. for ct CrlS w tho lth y of Tampa are on a visit to
wla m t er d na r g one--&Ati ata CO itutlo. friends and relative. They will re-
what migrht be termed aa orsanal'a oBA.-Aata Costrtuton. m tru th um
main throuh the summer
tioa. The other candidates were all
'at ma" from start to olnsh. and the The world Is getting bette r all the
oatoae shows that it takes elective time. The tobacco trust is going to M WANTD.
work to accomplish results in such raise the price of cigarettes.-Clee
eamtts a well as in election where land ILader. U I Oori"mO t Raihay Mail Crks


the people decide the result. Judge
Carter of Alachua saw the "hand-
writig on the wall" early In the game
and withdrew from the contest. as did
MacWillias of St. Johns But Rober-
sor of lUwannee and Alexander of Vo
laus stayed to the lnish. the former
receiving 14 and the latter 13 votes
There Is no doubt that Carter would


The woman's idea of a swell dinner
is one where everything looks good
enough to eat except the food.-Gal
estuun News .

Some conception of the expenslve-
ness of war may be gathered when It


have rceelved more votes than either is known that it cota as much mnone.
AJeander or Robersoa had be re-to are a 12-inch gun as an editor
gained a candidate ak.s in two years Ne- ark Nesi,
The Legislature will scarcely get -
down to real work before next week. A New York editor is buoily ngxag
as there is much preliminary work to ed in advocatlug the placing of ( i.,-
be dom. in the way of appointing comrn ulton a stated salary Hie Is ioms.ibly
mitte.. etc-. tired uf turning o%*-, that s.-kly nv
The good ladies of Tallahasa- le trle so lIwe*rfullr rleular


I


Are


Your



Eyes


Right?


sm to VJ00 a Var-Laet
Netie-atlo.o


Uncle Sam will hold an examina-
tion for railway mail clerks in the
'iciiitt of (Gainesille and throughout
the United States on May 15 Many
ambitious young men, with only a
ver) ordinary school education, can
readily pabs The Government wants
young men oetr I with common
sense. to take xaniilatioul for rail-
way mail clerk? and carrier. and the
(Joternment Posilton Bureau. of
Rochester. N Y. with its peculiar
kno ledge of the requirements of th.-
'xamluation. can ft an) youngg maa in
a bhort tiHoe to ia*s. A Guierunarlit
imNition meaivr steady work goKd pay.
an d a early vacation There I time
lu lrerpare for ihc- .Mla 'I, examtri-
tf ii ;nl nni% r, .>il r if Th.* hun can
Ket Iltll liiiirinrn.ttiii boi to proceed,
I., 1 r > l;.niI,. ,% ritlig The Govern-
11.*,lit 1',r i'i,,l- Ilure-au. 114 Powers
hlltK.i l't4.h-t r N Y who also prI--
pare, iia-ii fr et'liuatiou for I-,.-t-
offire- cl.rk.h tre.- del aro i arriers

The L'erglades dralnaus outfit h.,-
ret till) been asumeliated b) the cii
i'letion of Ith. ltu dre-dle- Miami .,il,
('alouaahatch.-e Thb flrat aill wrik
from tl.- l Maiain rie-r aud thei of. r
up the rli.r tfor wslhh It Is un iii !
Tie arrival of the latter dred<- at
lFort .i-er a%. the (Mocapiln fir i
detual i traitlou Jut a* the arrival f
the .Mit.iilt *s i t thatl cit TIt.
itr 1iul four hil drt-dlgcr at snort
the terrllor%


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Wtarm11 tat Nor 6enerliiy rlieke-. e-e ideas-ta euo-
&at, lout it sI eke-, tim I)e* vzjC to )ia to-, t t o! twiat
ttw oieo& It iv.

We Esnow Ekes by Whir. Sp*8IcuSeru

If itisavu.-asrw-I '.IIu I rIAI T 11, AtIar'A-
P- 'tifelor pr iac&1&.f -_ I I' e t t ita
AH tur tatnri' e- .4. 'a e .-.-


Bull 6*y-it's daqernm whin.eOM

we in ft"W



C. H. Coles & Son
Jewehrs &W.* h*Uo.La


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TMH l tAIJmIILLU BO: APRIL 8. 190I
-I


iATPWS 3 ESAK




TNHI TRICK WAS ANTICIPATrO
AND ODPUTY LrrPT UARD.

ave Him Small Ch as of Pew MI.-
stee Sfefe Arreted by
lheriW Rawmey.

Sheriff Ramey and Deputy hrutoI
returned yesterJay iron Kanapaha.
whire they welt for the purpose of
arresting J. W. L .ibaoo. a middle.
aged white man employed as enl-
Deer at the sawill of T. J. lwearin-
gevi.
Gibesom i wanted by the authorities
of Colee county Ut-ortu uu a n r-
ruat sworn out by his wife margin
him with living In adultery. the alleged
oflea.hsaving ben committed th
during the preat year. but it was
stated that e skipped out from bhi
former bhoe befre e ue cl be serv-
ed with the paper In the cae.
Sheri Ramsey, armed with the
warrant ud the neceary papers.
took Deputy Brtom ud they pro
ed to the mill. where It wu oay
eaouh to locate their man. but be-
fore making the arrest the aherff
went around to tell the foreman of
the plant what he wanted when Gib-
son got wind of the afir sad made
a hold dash for liberty.
The sheriff had planned for Jut
such an emergency by takinL the
deputy with him. the deputy having
been placed a short distance away so
that he could stop Gibson If he made
a dash to get away. and he was called
upon to perform this duty, for there
was a lively race between the deputy
and the man from the mill across the
railroad and out into the woods before
he wat finally ij'rsuaded to stop and
let the offllers take him without
further trouble.
He stated to the sheriff afterwards
that he wanted to get away and would
do so it given the opportunity, but
this will hardly occur at this late.
date.
Sheriff P. R. Le is expected here to-
day after the prisoner, as he was noti-
fied by wire upon the arrival of Sheriff
Ramswy with the prisoner yesterday.
and he is now confined in Jail here
awaiting the arrival of the officer to
be carried back to his old home coun
ty In Georgia.


A WUDE SPUANS IR

AmE

While changing from one train to
another a lew days ago a bride wrench-
ed her ankle very badly. She was
afraid she would be lame for some
time for the ankle pained her and
was swelling rapidly. One of her fel-
low passengers brought her a bottle of
Sloan's Liniment. The Lninment stop-
ped the Iali at once and took down
the swelling and next day her ankle
was almost as strong as ever.
Mrs. I. Roland Itishop of Scrauton.
Pas. >aysr:-"On the 7th of this prir.-
ent month, as I was leasing the build
ing at noon for lunch. I salIln-d and
fell. spraining my wrist. I ret'urnedl
mn the afternoon, and at 4 o'clhk I
could not hold a wncil In my hand
I returned houne at :, ahlock and pur
chaed a bottle of 8li n' Liainimel
and used it five or six times before I
went to bed. and the Inext day I was
able to go to work and u-e nay hand
as urual I thought -ur.' I would t-
laid up. and as w e are- bu>. I wan Tr.
much worried I cheerfully. reiucon-
nimeld Rloanin't I. lllna'nt to all Iw.r-~in
who may injure themniMelres in any
way..


A Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our dc1t- a tndl
lastilig gratitude tu o achl anid *-#er-
mnre feor it- mtania% ani l ud thoughtful .at,,
aw .d *.\ r -.' tm.Ion of > m' imi -at'ho < te' intle- d
tin iI thi- dalha uf i tour i. >lt,) Il d aitiKh
l r --t r aeid i t if Mrl l.It trule.
tart r wl ti h i twcurr AIlril 4th
V\'-r re -j..e < tf ll ai tld r.if. full
,,urs F: (' IH ilr'1Y A\I \MllII.V
CH(IIAII.t. I 'tAKItT':It

'Varsity Waiiops Them.

1ti l- r< twil* i bone f < "I* t l
A ift'1i r l 1 1I co r tof t* I to
v r 0ti | Th e re H t ., I' < ,* .l ,I ,
lt' t ,d. A "i 1,ut l < i l ul., I'r i I, t .I

l .ik litli- 04.l no l."*w r(Iais -I I |Ilig I t
t uA I h i h &I ,-,1 Ito A: a 1 : .1 1 1: ,
i r)> *4- i,i i l ls -


BURNING ECZEMA


QUICKlY SPREAD















-.
Started like Ringwom a Hand-
a i Sweled o T. Huumio
Sprd to Anm, Lt and Farc



PRESCRIPTIONS FAILED:
CUTICURA CURED HIM


"I h1e used MMe CusAW SMdlise
r a very ted Cawe wofa with erN"
pipe suamo. Abouto assen v eightee
yair she 4mt m ds-- dew d the

telt I wmatellage tohr htena dto i
ammiavry l L Be e a
a e paro l 0,.1111 mean m
iag to tbde ad a d e-er toe
emaid the tn east M my
O. Wbem thedeator aea a'11 40 I
wterd a the had and to my a
pra he teld me that he had ser ww-
pwinl ar MA a&goalsr np Wr ild
mOd s tine e theI. Af
in.f e hin Mm s abtedisemeIet
Isesaad ind oi te- a-

wIen to ea ilM. L
ldr = asm as Ia tm s,
mher. AMer d r


SnHjajieof beadgedtry the Cui-
BW0100t it a a besn- a


an found rb th At trial. loe-
whmed until I wao -@rph.N mey ft- re=


the disem and I have o nemm b trouted
wr.
"I LJ3y a~8 to 0lk th Cul
wh ano a e. I bvaMl a a eof
Clthe ticurI epa btmnt la my Ofamy -
a d foned of the bet rntal. Ito hel a



nror other mnury rapidly. I can
frwly and truthfully y that the Cutl-
cua Ramd*e ae es beta far aa my
renc went ith tbem and I am
tl reommndmg thi. f ing asure I
am not making a mistake. C. Burk-
hart. 234 W. Market L, Chambarsburg.
Pa.. SeptI. i9 Io"..,
f n d., re't J n asi an t-
Rrer I Hurem uroiltaStr*rs a ae)D Auet
gto ot f (Vtijr* ,U1 "= W ft ftW I. l"1.0
(<460.r? (,nlWI o H eI'NO r pk1n(i e-
ew Hro lT.e W. to r in 1bf OnI M af( (IrfdK -
ECl lI=lvr vria rl noG ob to) Pwi f (w 1 omd.
Baln1 "a l4" ^Dt 4 r lDno & (Iw.
"ObL r Ifn d IllfMUR. N(e
s-uciaw I'mV m arws 5"k a sf fDa.


dmmmm


Quincy has the spirit of improve-
ment. An electric light iad water
works system is to be Installed. April
25 the voters will ratify an ordinance
recently paused makis provision for
the ImprovePments.


SENATOR BEARD OPPOS-


ED SFATING OF MASF.Y


~WarPAW & a &W


TALLAHA88EE, April 7.--n aa-
trast to the uninteresting Initial ae-
slos of the Lower House. the opening
session of the Beaste developed a suar
prse that has proven the mai togie
of discussion In hotel lobbies ad e
the street of the tate capital.
The surprise was produced in the
shape of a protest entered by Senator
Beard of Pensacola agalst the seat-
tng of Hon. L C. Massey of Orlando,
upon constitutional grounds. The
fact that Mr. Massey is an attorney
for the State Railroad Commission
brought him under the prohibition of
Section 3 of the State constltutlon as
construed by Senator Beard. The
Senate took a different view, however.
and eate d the gentleman from the
Nineteen-th.
The Organiastls.
W. Hunt Harris of Key West called
the Senate to order and ordered the
roll of hold-ower Senators. The newly
elected Senators advanced four at a
time and lith right hand upon a Bible
took the solemn oath of office from
.Judge ('oxkre-ll.
Senator Iherd of Pensacola chal-
lenged the" eligibility of L. (C Mai4sey
of Orlaudo The Chair a-ked Mr. Man
sey to take his ueat in order that the-
uiattur nighi be considered by the
whole Senate.. Mr MasUe) took hil
im at under i rotor
l'r;aie-r wai de-li~c-redl Yv the chap-
lainlaatn (' Mulle-tn mio ed to proceed
wit lilt ht -le-ctionl of offin eri asind at
tacche- Mr MStMullh-i ,,-comld-d b)
1%r Illi to of lIhd, ('Cl Ioaliiitei'd
.t r liuil- ,oi, l or 'r-.irt ieilt
%! i l1 11 11 i ii S l<- r 4,o11 if l i'ct th til
I I L r .# f i "I'r% -. i. l m -. .,rl. # 1 % r


CATARRH DESTROYED I


MY APPETITE.


ONLY A PtW VOT S SPARATE
TMS LIADIIM

The Pew Ca" les Wer a he
Cee--ae Week Seg
WItN Teaft.

Today begins the last week of th*
piano contest wheH was tarted la
Doe.mber. sad k Is .rce to ay hat
from now until the dee of the poll
next Thursday night sn stome wll be
left untu~ed by eay of the ea -
dates t heir ndieavor to secre
every vote possible.
following is t stantina of the
candidates tb dAe:
Miss Beaese neeo a eit.... 1.79,4
Miss Doriasn Mi, edty ...... TU7
Mis Cather ne HaJl, dty...13.M.4
IMla Ierrve trlekndl...... Si-
MlU M. Deiaghwt e ely ....4. U34
Mi Nuary MeCerikc dty.. 1U-oa
Miss Almr MeL -y ...... I9
Mlr lamnoi In iser. lty.. J I
Miss Mnb1el iloia.e ty.... Tnm
Mils san Cmer, eMr..... nU8
Mir A. raff. ,Newberr..... 30M
Miss A. Irkland. WaMo... .Us
Mims astele ty....... at,$
Mis JeAle vans, eit...... .3U
Miss Nma mHud a ity.... t I
Mis Annie Bevile.......... 22
Missl vea staff. Waj..... am0L
Mrs. I. Ware. HL Iprwn .. 1,.49
Mis Goote Lambert, city.... 6.47
Mis Lmuane ,happard, ell... M6
Mss K. Carlto. Miaopyw... 5.L
Mr. W. largent........ 4.575
Mis M. Pernade, eity..... 4J.
Mias Mary Thigpt, city...... U. I
Mis L Sanders. Hawthe ... .&
Mis Ruby Albright......... 1.1T0
S


I


so -* WA MR oe-* %M
I r
"aid



wtal
*Attw bslof
COs IL emI @=@of f --l
dAW O va boon 46 raTimp-'
setb modkO4 dd 4056. Ago


40mase swan
Mr. Dewi 3Neft1s 3~

ow- yamMMwiflth b ofso
.---- -- ---s o o
asm" M =-- 1444Yo

Sea b~le. bvm=
n-o me


I 4 %F& aims ww a a ..

SMALL BOYS EDDIE,
and attach were then plced I
; omination and elected In aecordae
with the action of the Caucs of n iI-
day night. WTl A F E
k smator u910n61y of Desunlak
Spring moved that Mr. Massey he
swera in and Mr. Beard sad Mr. Mae. FOT WORTH. Tes.. April .-TeIsa bI IN r 1w-a1 u 9*OZ
sey holds the posttlo of attorney to a party oft mall anho and a carel esw ria tr .I to lhm
the State Ralroad Commisslon. He ly thrown eigareft i ge er erm ed. prate sel we a Ou th
quoted Sectios of the consttutato tted the Ae .of Saturday whve d4e- hda,. -gedwy frrap a e a-
prohiblting anyone holding lucratUve stroyed property in Suth t rt Worth Baptist- eur4chs a dS 1
appointment under the State or the valued at $0.,-. eased the death hpel and the OWa hr
unitedd States from being a member o o ne person. J. J. Newtm a bhak thI ames. eai-s t t She a I
of the Legislature. He expressd the employee, the serious isury of dis tased the nebastg pI of
hope, Bbwever, that the Legislature others. rendered n families- ho lawyer d-etrial CW---mA. B
might differ with him. as he recognsi- less and will ecaue the temporary bMuildn was -a kly a-- -it e
ed ability in Mr. Masey. He, bow- dlekne- of several hundred wortaumn large wa eb---ase- d eaI
ever, considered it hbl duty to the employed in the manufacturiag pleats -aer bue -ase bes- -e--- Is a
State to make known his objection, and business houss Iburned. lke fate.
Senator Harris of Key West urged All of yesterday and last aight the Thew ad of tIh Ten ad N
that the matter be referred to the burned district was under the guard ele rcroa e were eIt ai the Inw
committee on privileges and elections. of Stato troops to prevent looting, way of dth e. The ..n haer r.
Senator Beard amended to refer to and although worn out by their com- Par il,. e al eS a d nOe
a special committee of three. tUious labors, the entire bre-AghUtng hundred b ears were indte ad
Senator McMullen urged that Mr force of the city is still engaged In tw-at? iosas--u- e Wre r d
Massey be sworn n. as his election extlnlugshing. Sally, the burntina em twisedM le u- of ded l m I MaT
was properly certified to the body and bera. which, with the wind till high. the k a t heu6. and 010i pA
that no evidence had been introduced spasmodcally spring into a hbase. d proved a baIerIn i a a
to proie the charge. He suggested Yesterday morning a mas meeting of rimn" t toward the W 6ar e diL
that Mr Madssey be sworn. r- be had eitisens was held and relief commit trit ad dthaeG heversoi mtianns
a prima face case that he was duly tees named. However, because the parks wou ld it* roL ar eaImg
c.4-1- ted and that the case be looked fact that the burned resideoce die In ti sectIa. as qely wod a
into when the. regular committeesare trict was populated largely by those of a hatily formed hand of vOalu-
chosen. ila canfortable circumstances. the It~ lre n be on huad i oeeki I t
I'pon motion of Senator Harris of monetary relief needed will be small. Its Incieplay. Thus after burning lor
Key West the matter was held over four sour. the Se was Ially
until the Benate could complete Its 30 O ll r brought under estrol.
organuiatlon by bwt-aring In the at- The fire started ar May and Tucker The burned ara e approxaltely
tach(ie. Tihe atih was administered to streets. Driven by a gale blowing a mile sad a half n telegth sad a Iall
them. from the -outhwest, the fidaes quickly mile wide. A careful estate pae
A comllmitel- Cllcoriasd of Flourno)y. spread to adjoining buildings Atr the aggregate of tie os at I0AWA.
4filll alid l.e'Ke'tl, was appoilte-d Wto


141141 -oil 1. (hai .041 oll 1114. Ifo)Uht. &fill (Pile. coolillp w- L attortse) it) a bo rd of ownly coommijl t
.I r. t e ii 'rg P, i, it tr i :- p.o ttitoitt el ,f li t o I^Illc-iled rd e mial W hitney. to siioi i could ui t hold a st-t iu the
m .1. ,- 1 ,! *4,1`m11 I)II- tW [I'l ?-I itptlf iiOw lao' oneistr Mt t the Se-miate. 8- I ltm te.
I .1 1 1 1I .0 'AIItIt A11 11 itiIll *, 1-I~llSeniator Weard suggested a special
1l A me. -I of iflf %, n.l.ul sit- tak.*i. -colimmattte of fl o- but the ulotiuu was
I ..A 1-1i'Ii~mlo.tm* toil I, cit lisc (.e ,laclitt.llf. l it
41 Governor's Message. A naulloi that %r lazssey be sworn
o ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l s~ .... .l ot.f.d..-4. I.i., I n ucl -iso- 'A&, a'c .- lif iliz~toad to( i g iiis Lip a c nujaa aittc-e for
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Il.lI t, I I off ? 'ho1 i. ai ll.' moftKew '% .t J 1maia .1. .1lthe
1.S t-attlrIM-' t'l .1 l tI t hei 4 Sos m e %. itatoir I, o hi 1
I ~,'u -II.and e~ut. ll-i ~ s' uits-a~a~l,- a" A r.'s,olutiemi l~ o- m4ita r li-anti of
f ~' i ".1 oil4 1 tgot i.) h- I# .' Vai \r MAI.a-e s- caolisl. all attcooit'l,) to) I'ei1A oioIA that the- taiditmLL as aliputlm t
I *'- U .- : It.. c t. it t id ..ia41mall am IPeOar tie! 4 lAlIzII A c c,la,11iiiittee f Oilthin. ilu rUles Was
m. It.. 1411. .1 1hi t iii I o,,A tujIt ,tA Ao ll Wo14 6I IL e I 11. 6 1F ill5 iiiito-d MIc rs


lBard, Masey. Harris. Flouray a
McMullen.
Adjournment was then take-

The Meo .
The Hlouse was called to oredr at
12 ,'clock, noon. Tuesday. by foredr
Siierf lerk Kelluum. who Jprocee"d U
call the null, to which saxty-4v out
of alit) nine m ibe-rs responded pre-

lio I. Farria was duly eleete
tilw-aker and lotk his seat. AJr
brief 'asiou the H111 adjorwd I
til 12 01oc r k 'Wedaseday ao.


Mr.Joesep& M3.N k 4w b A"Le'
"I soldn" WOOD solooft &M
wehmbes" my mse w Gramm
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'avide alla m piedom neewlqo


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pieles very enew, sod I hit d lsea
ie and Ued ail dle ianm&
'"Ama t w e me that e w* ta*-

he advised me to t. Itsnd I AIaly
bouht a battle, although I disMed to
take paent sedilaes.
'IHwever, I teeadPeremveryagmse.
able to take,s ad edtlue, 1 l hit


"I am most grateOul to ye ar whts
y~ mdas te has dean for me."

Mr. Wo 9. oay, Lesmiegtea, I.,
wrttess
aue at I was well. I used mie h*cr


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SDo You Do Any ?

If ot, why not artims seount with ur bnow? The
S Fden BnMmring Lawlr make every stockholder of
bth eak lib to h dpon for twie the amount
' of -od owned. Add to third the manaement of
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If U04t, why0t aryt an S ount with us Dow? The
Fedual Banking Laws make every stockholder of
this bank lab"e to its depositors for twice the amount
of do&k owned. Add to this the management of
shre by our eildent offers and directors, also the
sequlw Inspetiom by the National Bank Examiner,
sad w eM feel secure in placing your account with


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Tlwr Whirkey tIlal Ma'k. I'. rss'ua,.
EXPRESS PAID.
4 PFll Qar ....................... .... 0
SPFull alrta .................... .. ..... 6.00
It ull pr- ....... .......... .... ....00
s the highest class pure m.-diclial ishilkey on thh
market at hbc a quart.



Race KIing Rye
We llU and )oee isprema Pai
4 Pull QuO art ............................. 4.00
a Full Quarts ............................. 7.7
11 ull Qua t ....................... 11 00
It is superior In every way to hundreds of brands
of Rye tha you will be asked to pay |1 &4
a quart for.


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SIm- Ehr~wiah ul WLuey
A Whilkey Your Phylcian Will Not Heoltate
to Precribe.
EXPRESS PAID.
4 ull Quar .............................. 6.00
Full Quarta .......................... .50
1 FPull Quarts .................. .... ... 13.

u h9i's Cehbratd

Private Stock Corn
EXPRESS PAID.
4 Full Quarts. assorted ........... $3 00
8 Full Quarts . . . . . . 5.7
12 Full Quarts ........................... 50
Thiu ahtwkey haA no .|iuall for quality, purity
aid price.



Glendale Malt
EXPRESS PAID.
4 Full Quarts ... .. .. 00
8 Full Quare* .... ....... ........... .
Sull Qar ......................... ...... .
It I. pure. mature and mellow.


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i, m Isr niots a trir ll64 ('4014. Npau .r ey i or rzftmm lr h- un f *t tl y ,,r '.r4llet.oC
icruet eeta~lua'w will ime woast 'iii f l'.j' All Ut'S] u s hipf"4 s ay..- .1*1 iilwD f tr"'u I Usiul 1,~, t' our ar
tin.Aw Ioy welil UP u&aci o ir.
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A d l .A. T.Iec11- of Meuiciaal Wh'imke. CllbArT.IAhw'A, TENN.
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MASTERS ALa.
Notice to hereby 1*0a that under
and by virtue of a dcrow of forecloa.
ure of mowtgaue made and rendered
by the Hon. J T WHills. Judsr. of the
Circuit Court. Elihth JoAdirial Clrmit
of Florida. In and for Alarhua county.
In Chancery. on the 2.rd day of
March. IlW In a certain cause tb.hrein
pe-ndang wa-rein F A lIy l rom.n
plainant and (;.orte Whitet and hbi
wifP. Emma H% hit. are doferdants. 1.
th.' und-.riTnd.d a Spec'ial Ma.t.r in
(hancery il well at public outcry
to the hlghept and htwt lidder for
cash. be for toe Court Houre door In
the Cit) of Gailn.*-ille. Florida. on
haoday. the rd day of May. 1.e.
betw r the l gal botrs of sale the
following described land. situate. I.-
ita and belg in Alachua county. .Flr
ida. towit:
The Northwest quarter of the South.
ewt quarter. and the Eat half of the
Southwest quarter of Sectio Four-
teem (14. and the Northeast quarter
of Northwest garter of ction
Twenty-three (23a. all n Toashlp
Seven 471. South Range Eghteen
(1, EMst. contaatnng 10 acres ore
or lesa. *
Together with all and singutlar the
teseiets. heredltaneuts and app.r-
teancesu to the sa beloutsn or
myrw e appertaintag. laid property
to b aM to satisfy sald decree and
mrs. Terms. sh.
W. W. HAMPTON. JR.
Special MastIr l Chancery.
W. 8. BROOME.
solcteor der Complaliant
SNKRIIPFS SALL
Uader and by virtue of an execu-
tibo imed out of the Circut Cort.
of the fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida.
In ad for Martri county. In a caa
there pendil whereI Richard Mre
Comathy i ptalautlf a P. A. Teague
and S. W. Tegue are defendants. and
directed to all and every the Sherlf
of the State of Florida. I have levied
upon and will ell before the court
house door In the City of Galnesville.
Alchus county. Florda. en Monday.
the 3rd day of May. A. D. 1909. being
a legal ale day. between the legal
hours of sale. the following described
property towit: Te North Half of
the Southeast Quarter of Sectioa Four
44). Township Ten I10o. South of
Range Seventeen (I7 East. In Alach-
ua county. Florida, levied upon and
to e sold as the property of the de
fendant. 8. W. Teague. to satisfy and
pay ald execution.
At OGlnesville. Florida. this 30th day
of March. A. D. lot.
P. RAMST.
Sheriff of Alachua County. Florida.
UMOftO AGEO VRoCIaWU11u.
la t"e C11r1t Cert. Lh J1 hi0r1l CedL.
Alaelua Omtr. TIrmae-la Clrewr-
YhD ogma sas. a Oworuwe sE i
I?-Mr at ib Vtue of We Lawe I tee
I ass f 9 eIorta a l a bvigb lIW Prlmesel
Pie Bet e laem the Lr ot GalOe-
W*d. Ala'- I C= I. Iris nM. J. Uor
Aa DOlO n aera e roller l- rean-
e Vme eoowh,.
t appearing bFSfidaw a.I to ah MUn
dB a- v-a-c-Yr that Lauwt
Kelar Del. ase a the defeaWatu sther
aamid. Is a n eI ttdofi the Sta e o IVwrl
de.a a roea"a ofO te CRY of Satevs .h
Cometf of Cheisam. Sase of ueorta. that
Wrvis of & a ,POO aUPs =hem Se bind
seM d-faaet M 40 at -I iefaleaiat b
ever th -of etweer see eoars to to
therefero rdewed iht sa me-rdiest
defemateM s0 ad e er koeby rmered to
GooWr to h 10 of eugof luat aO.a la mawi
ea 01s 1 or before Measao the im day of
May. A. D. Muo. otervise she aJfga-
*lms of aase MU wU b take 9 o- as jeoi e
w Oodetendaut.
It t laurkbr ordered th ths arder be pub-
Itlbod eM c a wooW l t our Oeees-Uv
we ks la TIh Gataes k e kef. a newsrpa
pubihdo a i oM ouaety ad I Stai
This Marb1 1u,. IML
b. H. WctN4L%. et Caof lt Court.
kr M W CKVSrIL. D. C.
A true eoty of ofrtega.
[S-lJ S H. WI'IUESt. (erk Cltuit (*uJrt.
y .M CHK'vE t" c
W. S KOOME. Sur'r frx C raMuaaaaa

NoUeC ii hreby silver tat four yeey
SEr t&e Irt IubN:ieUu bereouf EM (uTaiTJ
o@ ( eorce Pitrou 4. minur. w*l appl to
the CounIi Judtw of Alecbufa rousry. Lorida.
for amp oder ltu *lJ Lot <():. erCilrrl PnLs
of thb Cll of dUaieslle. lbIor for t-h r .ur-
*.c of poaylL debt lu tbe (iit) of GaiWe. .r.
prouerty of the kmdl i(;eore ICtterua.
alar. -'. A JA'KSN'
mrcb h. II <;u>ardlIof ufleo Pmttrhoo.

J. W. I'ATTON
...Civil EnLiin r ind Surveyor.,.
RleLLU I REAL CE5TATE
Prnmpt mitentoa to 11l basnoee.
OSlc,. ds d or NiorLh or TLrsgher'e
ollee. P. O. Bol 1M Oaineasvllo. F',.


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Slayer of Pensacola Offi-


cer Was Ly


PENbACOI.A, April 5.-That Dave
Alexand murderer of Police Oflicer R. J. Car-
ter is the belief of the police officials.
who have the negro in cumtedy charg-
ed with having killed the officer. The
order. which was committed yester-
day morning about i o'clock In a ne-
gro settlement, evidently followed a
fight between the oflcer and negro.
From what the police can gain the
officer was ridin his beat when he
Sas attracted to one of the negro
houses by disorderly conduct. He ar-
rested one man and dismounting
started with him for the nearest ia-
trol call box. and it was between the
uouse and box that the fight occurred.
as the soil showed sins of a scuffle.
The negro evidently had an open
knife in his hand when arrested and
in the fight be plunged this repeatedly
into the breast of the officer. Blood
stains on the sand showed that after
receiving his death wound the oaicer
followed the negro for fully fifty
yards before falling dead. Two shctr
vere beard and it il believed that the


nched by Mob

officer fired these J'i t Lc'ore drop-
ping, as two empty cartridges were
tound in his revolver. When the dead
body was found the officers had no
clue to the murder and believed that
friends of the negro whom the officer
had killed just two weeks prior had
committed the deed, but shortly after-
wards the wife of Dave Alexander
appeared and nlquired It she comd get
bond for her husband. bSe wasu i
formed that he was not na aill. sad
had not been arrested. The woman
was ignorant of the murder and told
the turnaey that Offcer Carter had
arrested her husband at their home
and had left there with him. This
gave the officers the elue and after a
search the negro was found hiding.
His clo(hGng showed evidence of hav-
ing been in a fight He stolidly de-
nies his guilt and claims that he was
not even arrested and had never seen
the policeman.

PKN8ACOLA, April 5.-David Ale.x
ander, the negro who killed Police-
man ('atrer on Saturday night, was


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CASTORII
fr Indfta m CU l

SUM a*


Dr.. o. P. Bargeat of Haltore
been choose by the commissloer
State latitutions to tae post of
sistaut pbhystla at the State oin
Asylum at Chttahbowee.

We often wonder bow amy per
eam be persaded s to takain aryth
but Iotey's Honey and Tar for couJ
olds ad laun trouble. Do not
fooled lato accept "own make"
other substitute. The sgemae
tals no harmful drugs ad is I
yellow package. J. W. McCollum
Co.
lank clearlns in Jacksovillle
the month of March were way ab
and previous record.

Don't think that piles can't be i
-d. Thousands of obstinate ca
iave been cured by Doan's Olntme
*. cents at any drug store.


6


Specialist


'Flit' \ ..ll-knii. ,wii an.114e-tal i-lie l $-cialist of Jaekmiinv lilt -will make regular pro.
rt.-i4io id i-it.. tol ( aii'--villk ter' vtit 'r v l aXY bys. The ~I hw(tor'o bmhonw(ffice, -No. 9 I~ura
St.i%%I ad way- I Q- left iiilt'liarge tof all As -i-itait, a lilt $;Sweialist.
II i- A ri-t rotig bl.ii-i-t-ni a lraut itio4nter for -ix t-een years awl' a graduItate of three of
thit Itatilinig Ijlti'.il ( 4ll.-g.- .'f Atiierivl, and iim soie- yearp sigi w as alla Iltlt-r-.stly ofIon ile
()f (If l- i-lealijig S ithn-r ( i I 1W. Arlii-Ireang liai. in- tle a griiIu I iid '! ost li)rilliant
% UCVV !-?i i iiIi I Irq ft --- t i i I ii i- o~qq r s t i .i olf % ie 4f he fi e-t lll ea Ii Ig 1 ) i -1

1liat-t wu'eI.rftil cturt-- ili comilicijtsidIt vvi, tri uld r. .11114 iti ullformi, o(f rilex trullt, such1
it! I it .i itldt. Istsm, iin ,r oti. I i-, -tsomiat'h iri I ll .1-. 1 nfact-iany i w rvow,ta reth-1 xtrimI it-lie'wlaac'
lit' (iu~t ii-~i ithout lrug- i )* 4t *ral'~ X i' m, sa-ii. t Ii-t r~aigitf- iiinlg of -rtss-e~ve., without

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bN4 d o a s won@% sm"I own* kn auk is *a
De. rbreo% WE 1 in fto
own bow& b. amel oLfW
k sas sio* NMI"" t mb=e~md

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am "M bed&wsam
V. Phm% Vwtdm- &Aft I. .-aden i


tohme bmm the pollo e sma at 3
o'eleek s mainie br a memsd
me.k quies rushed to the p
square a few yards way, a. d eb4
fIrm the ame peo that iL dr
bhaw was stri to ome weks ago
The mob was quiet and orderly. eut
determined this work.
Te m;cjo were takes .ua-ares,
and thoee at the station were quickly
overpowered. No one I the city 1p.
prehaded the lihtest treUbte. Th
mob lred one volley at the agro ad
quickly dispersed. The aero e -
yestertay.
*O0MSL DRAWS CNtOWO

-c oSa Lmae md md ert

rom Weasem erV Im m:
Perhaps the meet appwe ate1 d mer
m e the great .m tm bemo
delivered as ti ey wereo ne
hivem yeeday b Dr. MartNl. The
iIt tah at the heel I the alt.e
was~ M o t the tAbeut epm
ai oftn the otet eed w aeW h in

this ear.d ie M e there awt mear
dft tay. t am*Wo enm L
"sWrer atlhl ar the ity Btie
S I t -- nd-- -et peopts Oa mp I
ethe spewbeWgiving him aa
reprepetative crew.
The earver, it l ad pathe of the
services deeper" with ea ch mesed-
e ame, sad 0 thing but atg Mead
cam comet them. This is theo Ir
evaselic meeti e Is years, am
far a we know, the ely this
city hs ever had whet is free from
the sematlal ad appeal emly to
the reason of men.
The chorus whieh has been ormed
by Mr. Schoekll at the Taberale l i
making some of the ISeet musc ever
beard in the city, while the soles and
duets by Mr. amd Mrs. SchoGeld
charm everyone wao hear the v.-
eryone should bear these great Bible
sermons and beautiful songs. It It
the earnest wish of Pastor Rogers
that the entire city shall feel the
force of these great services.


-EWS ,Al

PIRTS U Lm


The R&al Palm H otl at MUiM Is
to add a new @ilt e oue MdA i t arM
Ias ourt durit the ammar t Is
avmee for keeping its gM oace

The strawberry crop whipped fro
tarke is 197 was 1I ears, In 198,
100 car and the crop the pre t
a aonm willbe about 1i ears. Thi
sl exclusive of local sip-eat* which
will amount to many cars addltiaal.


Mary John. a 8yrita womaa living
nl Palatka, last week foud a roll of
money on a seat of a Florida Est
Coast railway car just before eater
lIg Jacksonville. and handed it to the
conductor, who proulsed to return It
to the ouner.


Columbia county is to have a wet
and dry election on May 3rd. ICo
lubia's experience with prohibition
has been as satUsfactory as Bradford's
the county will remain In th dry
column. The matter s rarely dis
cussed here -Starke Telegraph.


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Bush & Saord---The Gainevill Sun

PIANO CONTEST


5 "VOTES|


F.,or


Address s__ |
Tlhi Coupo may I m* r ca at The k at eIther aof te d*ea
aincd wiL th l uaokst. (NT OOD ArFTI APIUL U, oIn


That the m at trainm, lw a
M UST ad 8U the A tahrtI OM-
AM, win be eatm ed d
there is -s fMrther de-ML
Divistorm Suerieamdt t HI. O. M
Arthur yeterda rweelved positive lo
structikns from heaqarter at WS.
miatom to this oeect and VM re-
quested to delay the nmr that the
service would be dkicotUaNed In te
aear future.
The mem--a furthr staed that
the traffic department had Met eve
.oasidered such a more ad weld
not ant(cpate saything of teo td
for some time, tIa act, as e as
the preWset buslaes hold up tu e
.rais will be rua, ad it tey proe
a paynta proposition threawg ti
summer meatbe they will beI e-tm
med throughout tI year.
The bustees deoe ts year ever
this rout has beea seen mtlg ow
markable, pleasing the tedlats l
measely, sad it is a aesred et
hat there wilU certalmy et be am
Lage made nat well iSto May at
eh earliet.


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w a 6eU. tW. V They ar weE
to* gageot se f atd w wbeo
"amo a&e Wl eme* seat hiu&
5LT. Meoosuoasepw of Newhbn-
bo W, uam thbe vwheme os the o ety
oea He em as a wines i

s w I -M* f -e s Bo t w im.8
C. A. &s no Uawthers. eme of the
peW6 ues plug ers of that s*ctes.
-s mam ae the trader. vi. Wai
Gaeleh unemy. me staBes that

prompesw eo a ee rmp are good.
06 W. J. D by has retarded from Jack-
sas lVe. where he west to visit his
teether. T. ieWby. He states that his
heather is readag very well but he has
@oe~ed greatly from blood poison
adt aeae t mO was reported is a
I the very catiw euaditlos.


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m. La Tbrwilse -ad am,
So k W WvedM imB the city to ul

r a AM weeksa SAN*e. They have
dh i to m-. thio s heir future
9Me oad will at ea e klk up a auit
-le haletim
P. W. TUoMphls of Oralos was I the
4 bO a a wbt W*hile IatWd*y lie
Is a knower rniut 4f Mk-abupy but
is M" sofmf t the lUve y buinellis
at OCIIs, ad4 was em routobe hba. froAu
tOhe teta, where he has bee-*- for
Ide past several days perckbalias a.

Mr. aad Mrs. Ialetl Uravo.s0 *hA
hlv he- Iom Is ta la livfur thew past
wAter, deported fSr their homwe is
torba yrasaterday The former is
eh of Cu Orates ut
rnth QGalesevlte asd Is well pleamed
Wti Itl a seeUe. He will returns here
snat eso
N. A. D. KKerr aad ewle of Nea
berrT amsg the shoppers vi
w the i ty auSrday The furmaer
dito o a esa that wlut sad iat e


W. f. Mcleadoo of Alachua was a
viletor to the city yesterday. He now
has a --sidable part of his mam
moth melom selu p and ha partially
poe ever them oe the replant, but
as the acreage to large it will require
some tine yet to complete this labor.
Nm 1huudogpes D O m:
J. Ii Keanard of Waldo %4 & li*elulsg
relatives and fri-euds In the cit> )a
terday
W. J ('rosby, a iaerchant of Citr.a
eas kmakiug after seiant lbualacmn uisl,
Wtse here )alterday
iM T A tlixfe'r iad 1if#. IIhaMe L to Alae'ua she-re! the) sill lc.ay a
lsh rt ll.t to ft iolld-
K S <) lia)'t ) 1. `. r4lA % i 'IA a
*l rtAPr I sU|Iaae illj l lir gili its lsite AfltI I1.1-0i
J V llarrta o lo. tllIs. tI* I 1a l I1., rie i
siat of tV1b110i1l Sam l1.ia11 -A ItimK la M Au
uie-sa Isa ialies ill II uSe,14)
J Ii Mtfard of .\ si air) oiwit of ilh
popular deiouti' itof 41 ii I t.ausAii )
*as alsMMalg the l'ito lta It) tilt)
'l'ueday
V' M Collisu of r:Vi.uit..l i as asuougi
the- tIlUa Ito lha e 11 )) l.1-1da tliet
Is Ute; of the lt. iltc tl U tberi of
that Mse tlou
J A Klns of uttirsge lleihls a
tUlmlber said twi-illaeis ai u of that .c
tila. *a* gre-tlii hib Ifriliads lu the-
cityi peterday
I 0 Ikeall of iaiue *awas a *tlo"


to. Oi amP e iafd. He il a M
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a ew herry. whw *e y w rmim
mea soe oa w segI The o eri e
am em inme whle he U lesan er w i
W"ha Iri n i place.
P. J. Hmmnda of Hawthlor. uo
at theSA Wemediv e abeesa me etf the
Ma- Had ta ,e mmaty., was tramsct-
lig bMim hi ne dty y esers ay. -He


aim. l Taer of Ptlmer was his
da city resordea. He states that
the c emerd wws up a the
presnO time uas a vwy prIty idgbt
ad wnes mU have a abinadame
of emt apes mtem
M A. T. Bales.of Jaekaemlle
is amrneg tl mentors to the lty &ad
whin e bae. i the gmet of MmsW. F.
Veem. o Is a gmarnmer eeat ON
cyrg. amere, ehe asma unhmr

Dest Ieoget the date at Deater Arm-
sm s the we mmew. ae ad Nerve
Seedlt. wil be a 89 amiesvle.
April 12th. Ose daY mi ewsNN
neems. These havaS ersseyes be
wlM st lgbte them without the

C. H. Hudas of Mdiseso. Wis.. who
has bees speeding the past winter In
Oahesille. ddeparted Oew his home
yesterday. He Is well pleased with
the city and the surroundlng country
sad will dobtlek- be as early arrival
here east season.
Mrs. Sale. slete4 n-law of Col. B A.


It wiUll OOi be time to


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Id tire oilwl \\ itSoilt
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014f t 80'$11 (-as.'LIce.'o 1.5 %I-eWA "101 ..m
'ti iwos.d through .. .Ii. cu'll'ELAC IDN TEI V 1L11
goqt asll(u h CaIII-IIIII (jvs f11% h rI
S11 r~t4 I W:i s o, &Ijjd I-- -vI TheI No \rth Ametr-
Neitfar is',,.ii. Ms. hotx. i! tI, r uS i 'A l A4,4141lit lI ,Jsur ca ('4.
f...1'i It** (Is 1.of ('I ie'gqa, Ml., gimmi(1for
*Ic.sci.- abel-i-' ttii: br~glittwLe~iist o wit,-1year ABlS~4 'IL''I'II
truth FREEI-.

First of the SeanR. k to rie our Iii'. of
Ihaljj hib t ih0llmg im aof TactaAiA,. I 8 out' Art u r .4,Jauiaz M attinig
Olf thu..s' U tau~t .r. a V l ,als.1 as'q
e'Arl3 If nut xa1111t ll, Ade.U(ofhi. neig11h %Squart-i, (rexx Uugp, IPo rch
twoar. areS again do- oiaeusctrAeto-d this fart Iiugs. lW et. ha ve 'a nick- a--
La) ashiicislua tu this peastat )eaterda) a
baskei t of cr) choic&A % t baus liv. 1311elt
has et-n bsh.1ippig for teIpijast sewvv-r
is)4x eas* said ksuus i"SIthatsolic of his SA
guudA atsarolhesliifriend. smuo pare- Ii CLi r u
viatc 4aaaie of this leader %fgetatL.r
abaw o w a a sii c b r assiv it Is. )Y4 a lerury, he lar iasid U I I
51fI wu a sumiler of thcm.


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m wha h spe- the T6E SP6cAL T
pa- Ir wees bIe, i i it i relate o
sad 0edta. *OAe p eamtrday Seor I-am in ath ou agm vl Mw
her homa le vans "dotdt with "oves o 0e ssaseft
r, v -I an I d pt many l JDr. Marts* @s now at hi. beet
se tS 4 I h- ba' e WlI b the weadIerfl prpmestation a the
J Ir. LTW ate MImpy'. 0em ofIe t &do c if of melvtam Iby u.
the Sag W e fbae that Phea re T l o -at the fttol
rwas aes t u bae y bt to bar Wedestay was ger than
Gaieet, Tue dy. He M ate. that ual. and the sat iet deep. The
tU& ib swr h hi" db ecm lad ,speaker ihad for his them. "God a
O--N Mawrb mbo om M PhR 3is O I. an s ave r* h a
SM there r eestly htm th sle livid a Stre laterprWtatm oft
of w a ase f Me h od's pias for us uatSI the etIUre
merm l hmand eNr happy. egs was electriSed by hi. pathee,
The frjllwtag k aam trarttfromA hole and ples.
S fo Dr Arl t as n rat from ev l The Tabernal. sr' ie in th eves-
knowst fe ArmdIrms. Ja ed g was" largely att.d.ed Here the
* tyc sad serve pised muse is a speIal feature The.
JartenvUle. PV. Dee. 17. 198 'Dr. O a s bgrubs down to hard wrk
Arm a, -Dear Deter- I w l a Il g of the s*est so
to ky eak yea brthe relef esaw ever rgde I th s city.
baee dviaa me heumah the treated Tusay a bt nlghtbei ng
ot my yes. I led pronally t I aw @M. M uer s the lad" railp
ight of my l eye. f d etMr. IlebeM they ame impretg
dreadaty -- km* -- and srt at e *perysMv-.Oily a bw smier
i-as : -but ~I haven tao Fewd y eamr at VISON I
m I. o n tr ufny ma that a ~ever had w OM& 11
&m aew elwVed me wmderftly. ft M -he ist ese
-et. toam *s me e*Aet.d that I easpat wkh sthe&r pbr
ean m eyes wr several hesN
m ber 10t td m et a Saew iWetom bel. ANI parmes whlo s 1. 14
-11 thma vw r s Iyar m apw are ltted to j
bad eampkednseveral weill amh thaIs schin wik. a"d eOt the hem.
-1. y a w96 -e p tm Si sa re. a m ALn of wo wt1- reinh
NtI l owl *aluKm In h har dly
Smy am Is t what wt k'# them.
' "I I-have ae t -h ye r treat-
m t. Very rptl. Mr. C. J.
Ma.Ne. Me Wot eD val stre~.

Igl& ALVEY eRTrUM eCAR L W_ -
pe 0A,.

FoM sALs-DwowP P $6sh. LI
Death is a pim reaper ad IL Wllis. Eviade. I b.
a WtE were be will USt*i. when
he will swis his eytle me. FOR SA S-ue M sbe. W3 perC
ia the mor-lag o her -aep. w besbleL J. 3 Hall, Orme pril,
womashood. while thme blsh of beauty erMl
was yet crimees on her brow. the dew
Oef youth g upon Uip.it t e FOR SIALE-- ted male a-
Hwer toidp St morng of Jo Juo t s Apr to Je f|h | In
rhig ove tthe boea of her masum tre rort oD 111241'1 lak.
I hobpe, the gri mneagesr eof death
am to the hoem o Mr. Charles I3
Ca*mter, C r. ia m tok *h C d oQUCIK RtSTORATIcE tr lWst m n-
WHt O iaway. be Ber. Isd hfmtle gusrasteel er
he Itsome! No mere to lift her m|-ey ,reum-dd:; S per bottl.
mim. p1re iOrehmI to tbe mamer Sod by W. M. Jeohmss.
hdm; so more to same w ith er
reus eye late the f ar4E sky: uas WATS
bamper yearning with a hbler her t

upward ,ad upward toward the eve WI pay a good prkiue tor them.
hetag rOeck on the bas of which the They an esily trapped. iV prieA
morel Cty Is foumaded. No agera ma my hien rsthi eIaIwrite to
sro. to love and be loved. to cheer C. B1 RRtty. CamwhabX N. C.
sad enda ort her hmem sead ea _
Nie is a ese0. knowing.
ftwing as the blessed only eaan m sead
kuaew and lo ve.
-----her h- e -nd de-ot. fo Acey* Y UNt
He pOhar is empty. her place is va t G
cat.h bob ~ Is demo te. for Ala
Getrde Carter Is dead. She was the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Chitty.
Miamopy. Via. or In Marion comn-
ty, Fl. Mar. 28. 182; was married to
Mr. Charles 3 Carter Jan.. 194. and d
died at Citra. lM. April 4. 190. .
She leaves a tether and mother, six Wh b Ili T_
brotbera and three sisters. besdde.s her he y Ca. ng Oe
devoted husband. and her trst-borne Gainesville Furniture Col0,-
babe which was only eight days old
when death called her hom|el and hosts P|y yo| wi rCeive a
of friends to mourn her untimiely card. 'lWen this Card Ihas
death
She was a cheerful. bappy and du leeta pun.hed, showing
tiful daughter, a food and loving sis- a o
icr. a true and devoted wife Earlr ii purclule) alOUning
she placed her faith Lu her Iore'ciow to $3011, return it witi 31
Sa ior. which faith sustained he-r isa
her d) ing hours lier h.*art broken celit'4 in stalilji anDi you
husband holdiug her In hi. arms. just will receive a
before' s.h, s .int asay asked liarl
Ing. can )ou s*e me? 'No 'arn.
h-r faint and lait r 'I ai 1,0a00 O
nses and so tIhe- .hadown of death
-scsl out he.r % iieon of huhaild .asd 0
huli No doubt 1,, ht. ji liedl ht1,i.




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